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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'GLUME X1U. TWELVE PAGES LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FMDAY. FKBRUAHY 13, 1920 W'ELVEPAGES NUMBER 51 Appear to Which HM Had Aiy SEBA5TOPOL AND OTHER BLACK SEA PORTS, ARE NOW RED OBJECTIVES CanadaZtemanefe Her Representation In Assembly of League OTTAWA, Feb. l3.-Canatk has given Great Brit- ain notice that it objects to any change m the covenant ot the of which will prevent the Dominion from being a full-fledged member of the league and having a vote the assembly. After a meeting of the cabinet last night :urgent were forwarded to ihe Imberial auhprities protesting against Ureat Britain d the reservation to the peace treaty which now is being considered by the United States senate Feb.- It-VThe pursuit by the Bolshsrlkl of the rennanU. ot Into the Crt 'luui, the laiinchlnc of an on Ihe North. RussUn froet Jn the sector, snd tie conclu- sion oltii LettUh opera! kms atritest ihe Heds are'- pointed to by the' mill- tary observers as the most salient de- velopments of the past week> opera- tions reported to' the war office here. On the' TfoMern sector ot the South IlusEla front -the assistance ot the volunteers against tha Bolshevlkl ap- pears entirely to have collapsed ..with the 'He'd occupation1, of .Odessa. The Reels -an'wff pushing toward the Dniester alons a front of 120 miles. ..The reports show that the Dolshe- Yikl raftered disaster IB their attempts to force -thy -line, of tho Don and 'Mahilch'flvers, having lost heavily In men killed or made ..prisoners. The lled.vhoweverX'nrc making rapid pri- In the steppes' feglau, probably attracted by tho possibility of occupy- ing Sebaslopol and Theodessla, Black Sna ports In" the Crimea, end seizing (ho Potrovsk railroad.' The taking at this line would constitute, a serious threat to the antl-Bolshevlkl com- with tho volunteer fleet in the1 Caspian which has its base ot Pefrovsk. The British. detachment Is withdraw- ing from Batum to Constantinople. .The 'advices 'do not state whether at; which 'rebenU risarded' as -had Improved, warranting' the drtwiT-otvthe British, or' It it has Almost Saskatchewan Farmers Won't Enter Provincial Politics :For One Year SASKATOON, Feb. four hours strenuous and, at times, exctung debate in which was mix- ed condemnation and praise of the provincial government, the Saskatchewan Grain Growers in convention late this ifteraoon decided to leave entry into the provincial polit ical field for one yean Body In Sask'n _ v wori'ir'and the British. compe'llid to j Th ere" hiv e been no open Near With Oatiral Board Narrowly 'Averted, in jiiberta: SASKATOON, Sask.y Feb. (By Canadian Press. At fit teen minutes after twelve .noon eighteen hours after members' -of the Grain Growers' Association in conven- tion here had decided to place the whole question of the. provincial poli- tical activities dMlieorganlied grain growers In the. hands of> coinmltfee of five, the association nnanlmbnsly re- scinded their, previous accept; efl the absolute 'resignation' .of tne Irom its duties and passed the work over to the cenlral. board. in conference 'with boirdot en's section. V Amid a Kena of exelteiiieBt, like of which in any tie Mtoclatlon in hii'tory, 3- Bl lecretary, charged the MWclatioK Iwlth iwini; the of clique: who were oat A. MAKARG, M. P 0" JUrlB CiecSc, the Sas iitchewan GrsJa Growers, elected to that poslUoa tot the cl the annual iowenllon now I session at Saskatoon MODERATION LEAGUE WANTS BISPE.NSAR1ES _____ BDlfpNTOiV, Feb. Jlodcrailon League provincial. government for restoration of the Alberja Liquor Act to Its crisi-sl form before' .the amendments oi 1917, provision ol'govern- meut''dispensaries, arffl the nioval of restrictions on the use ot beer and light wines Prem ier Slewart promised consider- ation. v frontier. DuiivT? I afesif KoichaWs- armiesAIn BIberia, by the been iaVen over .provmcUvl monl. The city la reported quiet, that their chabf Lost Province of Schleswig is Once More. Part of lAhish Nation COPBNHAGBX, Feb. In a conn cllof slato in responao to an enthus iastlc 'reference by Premier Zahle, to the" result ot, the plebiscite in the .northern sono 'of SchlcswIlT, King Christian recalled with emotion iiis graniiiuthur, K years ago, voiced tho Borrow o! the Danes over llic dismemberment of their country, but had Ibid them to cherish the hope list their 'territory one day -would be restored. The kins added that his father also hud. hoped to live long 'enough to see the nation again united, but had been denied this privilege. is my happy, if undeserved for- tune, lo seo this glorious raid icing Christian, "humbly thankiniqod, and in, fond remembrance of thoso dead and living who fought -lo' pre- serve Danish Schleswig. I Mud the In danger of splitting the..; Into a thousand pieces. Mr. Mirssolnian cnargeO the dele- gates with sitting silent while the cen- tral "board; president' secretary, were being made-lhe objecls ot in- slsypus attacks'an'doI making no pro- test when' they' were.'misrepresenled ind maligned. 1 Mrs. Flalt, one oMlie three women on the committee of. five, told the delegates that'under no clrcuinBlances would Ihe women, appointed serve on held In check by Japan snd Persia, Captain Steventon curried copy of tho Bolshevlkl tlon nationalities and eye-witness sf the horrtrs of their rule. At Odessa hs had seen 12000 corptet and In another town had Inspect- ed torture chamber where six thousand wemen and children been done to death. ANOTHER SINN FEIN ROUNDUP, DUBLIN, Kob, Several Slnil Fclnera were arrested In Ihe course. ot.a round-np by military iowei ;