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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUB LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920 fcbe Dei-alb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and PubiUhen THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED IZt 6th Street South, Lethbridgo W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Tcrrance Business Muaag TELEPHONES Office........... tutorial Office dethronement of tlie Ciar have uol yainu'd oui in thi1 measure the people i expected they wouH, They k-oked io benign government after! auiaiTiitiv' ml i1 and Mere sorely appointed 1; uiuy ihat they ap> pit-hk'iidixJ a i1 t'iiiHition ot the samo conditions in ilu- triumph o( ihv' forces. In regard to tiiose particular forvos thort1 was iho sus- picion ipi'tatl abroad that their suc- would mean the ion of Human-hy. This May have bfcn tho of Bolshevik propaganda, but tlie iHiteraic Kuasiuu peasant can IH not been a death from 'flu In Tatier since Mr, Harris was appointed to the board ot health. 1 Curlers Still Busy i C'urllns for the Kwlns sbleld IB in full swlug at the. rink at present [lime. The McCarteoToHon rouibiua- bo described .is an old Parlia- nnougli; he-re it. would be absolutely intolerable. Four-fifth9 of tho flax grown in the lacntary war-horse. The House of Commons lo him is n congenial atmo- sphere. To bis oihcr abilities, parlta- inenlary and forensic, he lins the dis- world was harvested in Russia, linen Industries of Belfast and The empercd only by ibe thought that she removing to the ranch miles distant aud would often be able :o revisit her friends in Taber. Mrs Danforlh will make her home with ler son Leonard, who relumed 'from overseas last summer. Mr. W. A. Bleaner-Hasselt invited u number of her friends to her he Friday afternoon to meet her guests Mrs, McCorvio and Mrs. Hick of Loth bridge. A very plea-sani time was re ported; Mrs. Hick and daughter returned to on Monday. On Monday afternoon Mrs, J, Robinson entertained Mrs, Blenner Jfassett, Mrs. Mcttorsle and a number of other friends. Needless to say that all wore treated royally and made feel delightfully at home. Just a break in this afternoon tea business and. because our society lan- guage- is failing us we beg to an- nounce that iMr. Tom Paterson return- ed on Sa-.urday from Winnipeg where he has been spending a couple of weeks ostensibly taking, course in electric welding but in reality mak- ing note of the Winnipeg bonspjcl. We understand that ho is much Deacon Dubbs" on Wednesday, Keb. 25tb in the S. church. Messrs. Birch. Kddie Price, W. Kusscll, Chas. Francis sdell, and Misses Hose Boyson, Kllza Pieroon. Julia Kusaell, Pearl Johnson and Lovou Van Or maw are among lijuse taking part and the guarantee of success. The sacred concert on Sunday night at the U.W.V.A. hall by the young people passed off most successfully despite that several were prevented from taking part through the prevail- ing sickness. Master Arthur Hani- man acquitted himself with distinction chairman while the Johanse_n Junior Orchestra excelled iis past re- cord in the several selections given. Travelling Library Secured Girtman deserves the com- mendation of the whole community for the way in with true bulldog grit he has stuck to the proposition of getting a 'travelling library from the University established in Taber. At the last council meeting he re- warded for his pertinacity by being instructed to arrange for the secur- ing of such a library and that. the council would assume all rcsnonsj bility. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. IJilligiuener re turned cu Tuesday morning from two" months' visit lo friends hi IhV Western Slates. Mr. J. llardls. McLean of Xanto'i a returned veteran is the iatesC'acquI aition to the Hamilton bank staff. Exploded What might have easily proved a fatal accident occurred to Mr. El Campbell of the same bank on Tues Feb. 17th. While handling a re volver supposed to be unloaded went off severely wounding two oC the fingers on his left hand. The bone'b however were not fractured and tin wound's are progressing favorably. Mrs. J. Doran. returned from dee depended on Russian supplies for three-fourths of Ihoir total raw ina teriala. They vrere at present only half-employed, and their storks wore i running out. Itu.sMa had also ex- tinction of being a Scholar of BallioT I rorled quantities of butter, rind College, Oxford, very prized dl i- fcinctton. 'The Paisley election H regarded as the most important one hold in Cheat Britain sinco the General Election, and completely overshadows the result of thero was no hope of supplying ;nt adcriuate butter ration until those bources were again open. If it was possible, with honor to our country, lo resume trade with Russia. wo couEd undoubtedly open up a vast avenue of wealth and employment much discussed Hpen Valley clcc- 1for !f we I1frt- ilon. snpwa tho triumph of l.ibemljsm over 1 ho hat] in comnumica- 'Lafcor and the very small weight in j tion with reprosenlalivea of the popular estimation the Coalition Government has, in the very poor Showing made by ,the Coaliitonis-t can- didate. In the election of Mr. As- quilt Paisley keeps up its tradition of being ii Liberal constituency since the Reform Hill of 1532. and a strong- bold of liberalism at thai. live agencies operating In RussiH. When he first entered into communi- cation with them they were mainly in UHI ierritories unrlor the control of Koltchnk and IJcnikin. To- day they were ofteratinR in territoiy under Soviet rnlr. While agencies were not. .favorwl by the? Soviet Government, and every Kimplaled diaposinp of his rocks Ins 'runners' are no! in it with the whirlwind performances he witnessed at the bonspicl, and he even wonders if will stand for him as lead on his rink. We understand also'that iti Winnipeg tho sweepers arfi mount- PEACE WITH RUSSIA -'The old adage (hut :he third who Interferes in a domestic: quarrel jiaa tho united force of the disputants turned on him is illustrated in the how policy which {ircat Britain is adopting towards, Russia. From may hi paid to be a worldly point view llussia ia (o he left to "stew in its own Juice" and to work out its own salvation by thi proposed nyn- Allied Interference. The policy hitherto adopted to- wards Russia by Greal Hntriin has been as chaotic as the ctinoti'.- mmil- lions iu the land of the Sovie'. There lias been no deHnitn policy ;nn! atlempls at most have of ihe experimental ordi-r with (hat have not met will) tlio anticipations of the same. The in tin; armies oE Oenikinu ;ind Koltctiak have been placed has. no doubt, help- greatly in the flection jirrivcfl at hy Mr. (loorge, Thf? jieoplp ot Russia a whole liiivr- 1101 risen to tlie occasion, evidently not being able '.o chooae between the two forces. Event. iiin 1 1 mud) res s Hi" piny as il (v.isr iiiul by him. The three i ivtro dill of fun ami wholesome nl ;m'l Jto one from ill wrch arc- on solinni duty stage friyht alrbnugh it was their firai .And tliat Mr. Alt-x I'aterHon. j time hcforo rtif- (ootlights. No single Willnril the Hudson family j one can IK- as (lie best as all ami oMu-rs wlin were 111 arr; did excopMonally well and Magralli proinl 01 tier talent. The evening as uHl Eintl a npat .sum was boncfft of the ul The recent ho.ivy smrw.sLo! ut ilin- j biM !H tuptecl trrtffio Monlrrnl fuut I tnp (li United States point.1' mighf hen linu' in ihoii1 (Irtst rifle ShfinflriL- t'nr HOIIM- of the i Kri 'TV cicihriiliU; scores, ciive riu ;ind i ('l.ih. address fftPt i the Kail 'in Chin of Knox T'irci on "prevention of did- Wuol Or-n: Tho noxL meeting ot hib Ii" vva will fake the form of a It-ap year j tli'- .sfK'Jiil. j Hattirdfiy af V.'o nole O'lr rojjH't-lcd Mr. W. 1. Ihirrh Itr.s br-on led- j Mnrf-nrr tiiririK in tlu- sciidi country OH tin-; ol 'Hu atui its oxtcrrnlnalton. Wa iiru] fi ilail fii- is not pfitpiiling hia j n, brnnzf! ;iro maXiriK Tolmtf nirit; tu church Mrs.' s. Taylor rotuuK-il lioinf) on spending sonioltinc! visit- bfjr ruoiht-r in Salt Uiko City, BRITISH ARE AFTER TRADE IN MEXICO WASHINGTON. Fell. Hrlllsli firms arc offering unusual concessions to Mexican buyers in an effort to sec- ure thu trade of Mexico, according to consular reports received yesterday. of Manchester cotton mills wore reported to bo offering shipments "on open at sixty (lays, ivitb no The net account being carried nt G per cent, a year. Ontcn) for white'find print cotton goods are helng particularly sought. It was said- Claiming it tttim