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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. ALBBHTA, TllrHSDAY, FEHUUAUY C, 1919 NUMBER -IS Bolshevik! Troops Are Desalting to the Allies ARCHANGEL, TuesUay, Feb. itubborn resistance of the American and Scottish forces In the Tulgas [Cgion ap- parently ts disturbing the morale of the Bolshevtki troops and has temporarily halted their advance. enemy lost so heavily In the attack on the Tulgas position on January 31, that the Bolhsevlki refused to again oo and held a meeting at which they openly debated the question of deserting to the airies. Several Bolshevik deserters already have made their way to the allied lines and from these men details of tha meeting have been learned. Britain Urges Right of Domin-' ions to Be Represented on Executive Bodies. PARIS, Feb. steps for recon- ciling differences between the greater and lesiar nations at the peace conference, which were be- gun yesterday, are continuing day. In'addition lo winning four additional places on the commit- tee of the society of nations, It seems probable that the lesser powers also will be granted ade- quate representation In the execu- tive body of the society as well as the legislative sections. The smaller powers are insisting en being given greater share in the sacTety, and ptana under con- sideration 'are being revised to meet the situation. Use commission on the society of nations, meets tonight representa- tives of Poland, ItumanJa, Greece and Czechoslovakia he present, gcthcT with IhOFft of China, Brazil, nelglimi, Portugal and Serbia and the Last nighfp session of Urn commis- sion lasted'trom 8.30 until after 11.30 o'clock, the.chief point he Ing lite constitution ot ihe executive Qjody of tho'society ol naltons. Wish-" (Countries, resented their having been excluded from the iitoposcil to giTCl aUcgethor, to th'e (ire groat powers, u rid two rcpre-l 'so nUtlveJf.'to'r. smaller coup I rtes, mak-J Bolshevik! Govt. To Pay All Debts PARIS, Feb. supreme council on receiving the accept- ance of the Russian Bolshevik! government of the invitation to attend the conference on Islands, Immediately made ar-' rangements to send a Joint com- mittee of two representatives from each of the five great powers to rr.ieMhe representatives of the Soviet government. The wireless dispatch from the soviet govern- menl accepting the invitation WPS received by wireless last night, while the conference commission on a society of nations was in seti Ion. Commission Meets to Discuss Advisability o{ Lifting Food Blockade on Enemy Coun- tries. London Strikes Spread to Railways and Traffic is Being Rapidly Tied Up Now Fit; Carries Off Indians By Hundreds Brilish Government is Maintaining Its Attitude of Non-inter- ference Because Strikes Are 'Unofficial in Their Eyes Largest Body of Railwaymen in Britain Has Not Yet De- cided to Strike, But Many Lines Are Already Tied Up. PARIS, Feb. supreme allied blockade council lias been organized to arrange for a relaxation of embar- goes upon imports Into enemy coun- ACKNOWLEDGE FINANCIAL OBLIGATION Feb. Russian soviet government in a wireless mess- Germans starving announcing tlial il is willing to: 6.-The doso personal bcsin conversations ivth the eniento he ha5 ma'Jc of renditions in with the object of brinKlng about a Germany has convinced Liciit.-Col cessation of military activities de- ol -the Uu'led Slates .medical clares it ij .vlllins 'to resefve FMple financial obligations regarding the arc actually He lias just I creditors of Russia ot entente nat- returned to Paris Irom a visit to Gcr- jollities- many and said that while a superficial Tho Bolshevik government is like- view of the country gives the injures- wise willing, it declares, to place con- sion. the war has not hurt Ger- cessions in mines, forests, etc., at lie that-country in Ills opinion, disposal of citizens of the entente, pro- has suffered more than any other. UISIIUSIM Ul ui iuu VILLUNH., jnu- Tided the Eocial and economic order Stujyine the B.luMlon as a of the soviet government is not at- ian. foand that many fccled bv internal disorders connect- ponohs, THE PAB. Man., Feb. 250 deaths from Influenra and many alek And dying all over the north, the Indian race In northern Manitoba It threatened with ex- tinction. Three weeks ajo Indiana were free of the scourge, according to the reports brought in. ThVdog mushtrs say that the epidemic has taken 107 >t Nor- way Home, 125 at Cross take, 20 at Red Earth, and it Is taking a heavy toll at Pelican Narrows. At this place In one house 20 Indians were lying on the floor sick with four dead bodies amongst them. All were too ill to remove the dead. Inspector Jackson of the Indian agency has wired for immediate assistance. Eskimos far north are unaffected. The Pas Indians are also frte from the disease. So far the epidemic has kept to the out- lying tribes. 1 with these concessions. of Heart .Failure During Night at His Inborn at Y.M. C.A; ing the Ecven in all. formula The death1 occurred and unexpectedly on 'Wednesday night of A; V.: nged ,5i.. wcjl-know.n real estate'and Insurance man of tho city.- DeMl) was