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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl UDAY, JAXllAUY 11, 1010 THE u-yrimninr.K' jT( 1 JU. A THIRTEEN I H sip L.i Bed With Rheumiliim I Until Hft Took OX Jan. Amster- dam dated Thursday, cnn- of further activity by in the provinces. They apparently control iJuSscTdorff, whVre. fceVe'i'hl-pnmiinent persons were iirrp'steil vvhtlo- many -.outers only 63- I'apcdafjFe.H crvMslng'thtj Rhine. The Alueuster Atizciger reports that Hit; stormed tho prison In Murnstcr 150 criminals. At during a parade ol strik- tin; airings seized all newspaper (he Generate as toe iicd Fiiif. Thn Mutbelm Ilerr-Stmttcs.- tho 'Industrial mag- AvfiV.ehlered" anil ransacked by a Jimli utiich-TOl.lntcr dispersed hy-iae Arrwroot (A -biscuit espcpially made the growing Sdm Mor Trie deliciouily irlspSodi Biscuit or plain North West Biscuit Co. KHASN'OYAUSK, Siberia, Jan. 10. to a Hussion colonel, Bolshevist forces numbering about were entrenched in villages to the south, "being equipiicrt ivitli can- machine guns. Russian troops artvancoil against them, having been reinforced by troops from an armored train here. This force, num- bering about SOO, ivas repulsed, los- ing 30 men and officers. At Irkutsk it was learned that Gen. Sentc-noff had advanced frnm Vcrk- hcneudinsk to Misavaya. There was some apprehension there as to an attempt to send troops farther west, as the situation is uncertain anil civil war is general in eastern Siberia. It said ;hat unless the rail- road is defended by allied troops there is danger that will be cut off from Vladivostok. There are wust of Irkutsk, Food Hoard's Work In Develop- settlement of tho conv.'ovmy be ing This Industry'.Will All Be Undone VAN-COUVBH, Jan. Serious de- velopments Sn the cost of living situa- tion In Vancouver aijfl' serious riling of British fish and industries, particularly, arc 'an- by men envied in theso in- dustries should of in- creased express rates -.dfrawn up by tho Kspreas Traffic'; AsBOciatlon be granted. The proposed -of eipress( on fresh fish in carloail-lpts Ls Tromj the present rate ol :per Hundred-j weight from .Vaucoyycr to Xfontreal to 59 per hundredweight, or exactly three tlrnea as much. 7b'e'sreoretary ot the Canadian rielieries1; here that, such action undo.nliich of the -work of (ha uortince if there is to be concert- ed organization agaiust the Uolehcvlkt In Siberia. [food in developing "nnd Not a Corn or CaHusjn Feet Apply few drops, then lift them off paTn, ing n-market tor Pacific coast fish on i ihb prairies in order to'conserve meat. market, ho "said, had not hccn 1 long enough eslaMished to slant! such ;a Jumn'lirprices oa would be nec- icasary to cover Iho proposed [clous rise In express charges. "And both tic add- ed, "ft thfiEo.-incrcasos are granted, the coaf to Vancouver people of-im- ports from tho east ts bqund to go "P- "Whllo not admitting; tho need of an the, decretory continued, "everything else. lias gone up to cost ami It is possible, that the express 1 companies fire entitled lo some in- crease. Hut compare what they asking vrilh the tncrcaso granted the American companies recently. The express on fish from Seattle to Bos- ton, a longer jiau? than frcm Vancou- ver to Montreal, was ThU hns, been raised to J3.40, not quite J5 per cent. Increase. "It seems to he went on, "thatj the Canadian express companies gel what they ara aafcfng, a lot of food' win travel between eastern and vestern Canada through the United Hales. Jan. (Renter's) In v MR. ALEXANDER MUNR R.H. No. 1, Lorne.Oot, "For oier throe years, I waa contlned io bed with During that time, I Imil treatnu'ofc from a number of doctors, and tried nearly everyllilfijjl advertised lo cure lUieuinatUui, without receiving acy benefit. Finally, I decided lo try (Fruit-a- Before Iliad used half a box, I noticed an improvement; the pain was not so severe, and the swelling .started to go down. (OnlitiitfJ fating thit fruit tne- dicintt improving- ail ihe time, and now I can walk about two miles and do light chores about tha ft box, G for JO, tiial size At at) dealers or scut, postpaid on receipt of price by I-'rait-a-tives Umited, Ottawa. a An economy that Is a pleasure to exercise Drink a well-made.clip of delicious. Jan. inquiry Is being; concluded today thij recall ot certain ami the summing ot Major Wesiuuro was recalled thi morning. He toM J. V. Orcle that only duHiiK tfcii inquiry hud he learned that two baths near im- perial seamen's 'juaru-rs ucre avail- able for tlic privates. lift had tteu them on both ins JUT lions, you ask if they could be i I "Did you at any lime-point out the! accommodation hi-tihing was j fit ihe Mr, Ortln exiilanicil that owing to )ine misumU1 rounding daily reports officers in charKo officer commanding- ihe troops f hail not been put in. Major West more 1 had thought tliut Cajn. libu'lford I ouM do, ami vice-versa. "Thpy should Jiave been producer! long said Judge "In view ol what have boon dis-cuss-j v Is most extraordinary ;hat all this stage they should have been Mr. Orde outlined tho resolution 1 leading to tlic inquiry. The main i complaint, he sniii, -.s-as as lo short- age ot food. Complaints of poor lily of food had not been home out. in certain particulars com-] jilaJnls that food was not properly coojted had bei-n estaldisshej, lut just how general this condition was did not appear There was no estab- lished suggestion that the shortage of food was duo lo an insufficient supply on board or to aoy desiro on ihe part of tho ship's company to stint the men, Any shortage that i exist he considered due to the sys- j torn of serving. There was, however, j abundant evidence to show that while there was plenty of food on the ship the men did not get enough served to thorn on their iihUes. There was serious cause for complaint of the method of serving food. with a meal, and it will be found that less of other foods will be re-, quired, as cocoa is very nutritious, the only popu- lar beverage containing fat. Pure and wholesome. Walter Baker Co. Limited MONTREAL, CAN. PARIS. Jau; statement over Iho slgqyturp ,of Stephen I'ichon. the Frejich toretgti ni'nisler, reads as fol- lows: "On January 5. unit, the Brit- ish embassy sent me a Hn'tlsh propo- sition which also was sent to Rome, Washington and ToUlo, suggesting the o( a message lo liie govern- ment of Iho Soviets at Moscow, to the go'vermnents of Gen. ixo'ichak at Gen. ami Xi- chol Archangel and aiso to all (heather governments stituled bv the, different Hussiaii na- Uonallttcs. "lu case the various Russian EOV- erntr.onls, including that of the so- viets, should comply with this invi- tation they be to send, to. the peace confer- ence, V "While rcddertng; ,fun homage to the generous spirit of universal re- conciliation wjth which the, British MEDICINE HAT, Jan. Al- berta Federation of Labor in conven- tion here today fixed Sunday, January iwyn. 19, as a dale for general mass meet- labor it xvas most difficult to combat. Ufa SJnSf, auO kind- suggestion was that if selling could tc con' not stoDMd a wffMonr reslrlctions on freedom of SDCCCH and press, nnd especially to ile- manfl the innuedlate release of ail prisoners. President Wheatly 'proposes to ex- tend an invitation to co-operate to all ministerial associations, forums, wo- man's organizations, organiza- tions ard similar bodies throughout (he province. a yesterday entitled by this pro- "A league of a program for the French goyerninent is the peace conference, Gen. Jan, Chris-- utiable to give Its. approval to such a lian Smuts, former member ot the) suggestion. Avhich fails to take into Uritieh war cabinet, says it is tne principles which have sary to view a league of nations notlnot dominate its policy and only as n probable means u prevent ithat of