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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN' THE LETHBHinfif. DAILY IISKALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY.2-i, Oanatlisn Frees J.ftsKi Win V-IPTOTHA no vvh od- y'tJ passions rs s, v.-U'i i'Mwt. r.rd if flight modification ol' thai policy. I beliete it couM be secured." imilar per cent, ot the Hod iinuy Is not "Hed" at all. but is neutral, ao- to the 3taff of the HanrtelsWMl, G. Xypels, who has just returned from na extended tour through Soviet and who says about per cent, of the officers, who are largely urnwn from Iho train- ed military men o' tto old upper class, ivre "czarisL" in in-linetiou. Tht: only ahcut 20 per cent, of ihe sc-ldlefa and 40 percent, of the olftc" ers thoioughty attached to tbo soviet the'rest neutral or czar- hsis. one of the neutral observ'ers perrnitu-u '.o Moscow anjj other foviet cHies recently, gives Tnuch nj I icformnticn conditions j'there in u Aeries of articles now'run rJng in his paper. In general, he observes lhat there arc two kinds of Bolshevik. The firsi class, he arc cranks with a lo' of adventurers and rascals following their track. These people, lie says, nre rain, hut If one knows liow tu treai them, they are ns wax fa one's hands The second class are the true'theor Ists, the'adherents of Marx' principles who -are serious, well-meaning people and invariably treat one fairly. Explaining his statement that niosi of the Ked army's officers are "Czar IsL" the correspomJvnt declares by cause of their military training they have been to serve in the Bol- shevtki army by various methods, in- Defense Counsel Again Hints That No Witnesses May Be Called By Him UNPREPAREDNESS A "tenk: is an assistant tn cbaeocter tuiMing, It establishes wniideacc, ihdepesidriioe andLprida which the Way to SUCCMS. Open an account to-day and be prepared. '4A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAJD-UP CAPITAL RESERVE F-UND LBTHBR1DGE. BRANCH, R. T. Bi-ymncr, Manager. imprisonment or close sur- who cluding veillance of their families held as hostages. Easy Bolshevik Gain CHRISTIAN1A, Feb. Uefugees arrived at slate that tie Ket. we want, ask'e the Daily Chronicle, "or (Jo we want 10 continue the blockade with Ihe risk of iucurriug the hostility of the Kns.s'iau government and uiry reprisals against the Letts, Poles, Romanians, and Mesopotamia, at the sarcie lime depriving the rest of the world of the Russfan grain supply? Surely there is only one nn- i-wer, peace, wliicli would bo alto- gclher better if Ii could be obtained on the proper terms." views are ta Daily News, which says: "Since there seetiis to he no war with Ku'ssia, there must be peace. By what right does a handful of politi- cians condemn (heir democrat-lea to needless hardships und the democracy 'of Russia to hardships fourfold more acute, by prohibiting a natural and. beneficial exchange of com- "We have to make up our minds, frankly, to a resmuptiou of nays llie Express. "There is only one government with any authority in Russia. The choice hn3 become one between .rnnnuing one's head ngcinst a stoue wall and overcoming pre- The Manchester Guardian says that, If the soviet government is as un- successful niijionents' publicity Varxlo from Murmansk agents have told us. then why not Bolshevik forces which1 throw Russia open and let the- world .ssaulted ana captured at the latter the failure, and the failure die of tort numbered only five thousand eon: po strong and assert that losses on both sides were slight. Two Russian steamers and several small boats suc- ceeded in escaping with refugees. Capture Vessels Feb. capture of ice-nreaklcij and oilier'naval craft by the Red forces which are over-running the Archangel and Murmansk sect- nsequent The continued paralysis of Russian trade tends to make Central Europe a hotbed.of Bol- shevism, Guardian declares, keeping up a i widespread state ot starvation, whence nihilistic commun- ism always Vises> !L argues that Cen- tral