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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY THE HNRmGE DA1L? PAGE KINB5 1'- ULABORMAN MM, IMS ABOUT NIHIADM (Loalai CateMl Ward, M.P.. WM at ay Barnard' at Tbla aariatac Ilka naex trosa the TbaawUM oalK Italak a tat- lower ot Noraaai iWIUkav taw ______ la tha waM, jpoeaa. and at intiirrali JsrtttM public men adiraaa tka aaaav Dera. AMenaaiu Bo water, the evMiuiily what he otuht to. Adasiral :CoHthak that this dmtr fail. li Majeatr'a Govern- had to part from Tllaiili' iisiliriii ill' It with honor (Cheers.) i' to .talk on the because one thtiiuiaore difficult, and that Wtiy.h4 objected moat strontly .0 the or tbe Priiie Xlnlatar her: He did not object Prime. decision that It was; Irapoaaiblt for the suggestion that the reason tireat Britain was vlthdrawiuE her ahea now was because she wished .to Russia divided, (loaad warring elements, Ha was convinced thai that was "aot the the Cabinet, but Ml waa vafortuaate that such a reference atiutU. have been made. (Cheers.) A Better Colonel 'Ward aald he wondertd If it was possible ta bring about better conditions In HusBla. Be thoiwbt a trial should bo Kus. >ia waa so important to tho countries of the world, and .especially to, the) Britlah Empire, .that we should, save her-if we pos3lbly could. Admiral Koltchak bad declared 'that Us sole object was lo secure order and to fire the people a plebslcite to elect'a Con- stituent assembly to decide what.tbe government the country should be. the Bolshevists really professed to be democrats, or to have the slichtest retard principles of democracy, one Iher would prepared to allow a-plebis- cite ot the Russian 'people te'norally to decide what their-future govern- ment should be> He did not know whether such a thing would 'to them or not, but ha did think'that Russian statesmanship could >o valoped that It would, havev: some asttKeatlone to" make in tretard to the setttemeht of tha V Rns- ian question. We.could slgu aa many 'arisian Peace-Treaties we liked, but there would: be no peace Ip the world until we had secured idierual order In the lata Tsar's dominions: We could not allow 180 millions of people o becoma a proy to our recent enemy. (Cheera.) Russia was a country of Illimitable wealth. One ils own knowledge was prepared-tb undertake the task ot restoring order HOW RUSSIANS TRAVEL TODAY The above photo shows what railway travelling is like In Russia. Tho rolling stock is worn out and service so infrfriuenl that every train is packed i suffocation. Au active runner, it lo saM, could koop paco with the train s. Koofs, tenders nnd cabs of locomotives arc olten crowded with passengers. in So wealthy is the country lhat 1C she could only he given abso- lute possession miles a particular region in the north Ural even ventured .to say that if she could get hold of another concession which only involved a very imallpaft of the territory of Siberia would undertake to frank the entire debt ot the Russian Emplre.'old and new. And had this country to to derelict? be left tbe happy hunting ground' of the Hun for the future, and was British influence''to disappear? Prom every point of the point of view ot the tuinre commercial development of our foreign trade and tha interests of the workmen of tbe would be a fatal blunder if such a thing ever occurred. (Cheers.) All tie asked was.thongh'lhe Government might de- cide that' it was impossible to render WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH further material least we would assistance, t bat at rto" everything we could to maintain our -friendly 'atti- tude to this great people. (Cheers'.) THE KING'S KISS cauM of her financial and her war' to any further usfortuuute, in hte Opinion; ould to the ;the late Lord r ______ TleSPrinie Minister snf- that It was the. policy of lord Beaconafleld .to prevent Rusala, from being too great and too powerful; and he (Colonel Ward) cooW. imagine how both BoUhc.vlstB' and .aati-BoUhevUts In Russia might twist 'that phrase into "Stabert" win pay these extremely high prices for Alberta Furs rsi HifWTHUWtt LARGE MUSKRAT .Whiter Fall UltelM MIN Fine, Dark 2S.OW.2MO liMhlZW ILNtoUO riot Mill SUIned in um Ian in ITS nis I ITS ma IJH.TS UStoJS l.Mt.51 S and art quoted for ttsmtdiate No. 3, i, tni otherwlM cradinS iWns al highest Fot oft othtl Alberta Fun, write (er Wssfarl the and tMonU marlMt r Wad Ift fa It. it bm M t AO art THB UHACST HOUSE tH Trie DCAUN4 CXCtUSiVCLV I'M NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS K4 DOftALD CTHtfT 171 WINHirCft, CANADA (London Times.) While waiting for'the arrival of the Prince, the King, who wore the" unt: form of an admiral of the versed with the prime minister, and Lord Rwujing, (jueea Alexandra; mov- ina; about among tbe sd.many congratulations on her'-bfrth- day. The special train, drawn by an engine decorated with tb e ostrich- feather creat of the Prince, drew in to he platform Just before 1 o'clock. The December gloom-was so pron'O'ihced ust then that little natural light pine- rated the glass roof of the station and 2ie only illumination came from lamp's. A3 soon as the train stopped the Prince stepped quickly from bis sa- loon, and smartly saluted. He looked alert and well, but ai .when he out on his Journey of. milea. The Klne moved forward, and father and son heartily shook An expressroh ot emotlon'unusualj "per- haps, among Hngllshmen followed. King and Prince looked each other squarely in the eyes for a moment, and then' the King suddenly laM 'one hand affectionately on his son's shoul r and kissed him on the cheek. With a happy smile the Prince, pass to his mother, seized and kissed er hand, received n warm embrace, d then, without any restraint, re- rned her salutations.. The hand of e Welsh Guards ten yards away was aylng "Cod Bless the Prince of and a guard ol honor ot'lhe ams 'regiment stood rigidly "at the alute. Grouped in the ere the representatives of empire nd state and city. But for ent all was forgotten in the intimacy t a family.greeting.. Queon. Alexan- ra positively hugeod tlio ith a fine gesture insisted first.on resslng his lips to her hand, aud then irrendered himself to a dbmouslra- on ot affection and pride: Queen Maud and Princess Mnry in turn ndd d their welcomes, nnrt then 'the accompanied by the King book hands and said a.few words'wlt! iie ambassador, and Iho statesmen. The reception occupied nearly ten minutes, and at the end of it the proceeded to Inspect the guard of honor. Dnrlne the ceremony tlic King, with Prince Albert and the.olher members of the royal family, remain- ed BtAriillng on the platform. 'OLICE STATE THAT DOCTOR. ADVOCATED TRIAL MASRIAOE IXJUISViLLB, Dr. ChrlsV opher 0. Short, charged with killing "Miss Biiznbeth Ford Urltflth, his of- 'Ice assislanl, anil central figure In .ho moat mysterious Loulsvlllo miir- dor case in many years, refused lo 'urnish bail bond 'at. 'lite' c6ti- elusion of arguments on motion' for ball in police court licrc today, nnd elected to stay In Jail pending his ex- amining trial later In the week. A feature connected wllh Ihe 'cose which excited great Inlereal was Ihc police Announcement lhal Hcholt. In effect, hart Advocated R trial marriage of (Irlffllli, his one lime fiancee, ni.j a sotrller. 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