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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 102S THE LETHBni.DOB DAILY PAGE Bolshies Likely Soon Clash With Japanese Eastern Siberia Will Be Next Battfe Bol- .shksioHelp Jail, Bolthe- forces which have.reached Batll station, almost 400 "ill" of Taiga, aided, by Clilntae according to a Moscow dlipatcli (jnot- Int advices from Clicllabtnsk. U is the Chinese will opera's in the coastal region. The Bolshevikl expect soon to en- iounter Jttp'auese forces sent to crn Siberia anil the Moscow ills patch statea tha sorlet forces will not un- dertake any ifgresBlvo action Ittieil to vroroko a collision." H however, that "the menace of the JayaaMe aud of the- entente in the west will compel tho soviet authorities to devote' a treat part o( Its forces to military purposes." While Polish and Lettish forces driven ahead north, vest front ind h'avo. lorctd the Bo! sheviti lo retire at a number ot points, their offensive Is laid .by Mos- cow lo be "merely Odesfa been occupied by Ukrain an troopa. assisted by Galldan units it Is reported. These 'do no to Ihe commercial classes how hey should conduct their affairs, should become a useful court to decide on the evidence laid before them on any commercial rua'.Wr. All agreements made either by mail ufactu'rers themselves, between the manufacturers, wholesaler, or retail- ers, should be laid before the board of commerce and If necessary parties should appear to giro reasons Y.'h) the acreciuecls were made. All price contract aireemenU re- garding tradoiuarkod goods, should bo laid twfore the board (or final ratlnca- lion. That charges could nude to the board by any person subjected to un- fair methods of trading and those en- gaced In unfair practices dealt with. Further suggestions made were Ihm appear to he fighting as comrades of tbo UolshevltJ, although they are j Ihe board should be given authority to opposing the troops formerly com- manded by (Sen. Donlklnis In southern JtiiBsia. Advices slate that Dc-ulklne has dismissal Gen. Schilling us com- mander of aatl-Bolshevlk troops In Odessa and appointed Gen. Ignatle-f commander of tho sarrlsou with or- ders to organize the defenses of the cily. Bolshevik official rtforU ntite the Orenburg aud Ural rectos: have been cleared of opponents and thai tho Turkeston front couM be considered as being safely held by cartel forces make recommeudallons to the govern nent If any commercial legislation IE ouiid to ba operating unfairly; that all agents.or subsidiary agents lu connec- with the board should be abolish- ed; lhat all classes of the communlt} juyhtg or selling merchandise- shoulc come under the operations of (he lioard; that the bnard should devote, ihelr Unie LO seeing that the proper channels of trade ara not Interferred with, and that all statistical reports In connection with commerce ghouli come under tho direction of the board FARMERS NOW AFTER BOABD OF COMMERCE Jan. Canadla council of agriculture, tm official sta1 od today, Is preparing a ease agalns the board of commerce to show "how production from the land .Is being sci lously dlalurbed by Us actions." U will bo presented to the board o "BOBBY" MsLEAN A champion Ice skater, who is one of the skaters who is an expert in fancy skating. AL tlio age ot 15 ho won the international ice skat ing championship, and at 19 was the possessor of 119 championship lilies. He has won no less than V> Inlr-iiia-i tional stating championships, and Is the holder ot nlue world's amateur and professional records, lie Is one of the Rations of the board in regard to re- tail merchants have not disclosed any combines or excessive profits; that the element "of competition among retail merchants prevents undue' profit-mak- ing; that conditions ot merchandising In the various parts of Canada are 60 varied that no general regulations as commerce or the Dominion govern- beet fancy skaters In addition, ment about February 1. BOURGEOIS HEADS FRENCH SENATE IPARIS, Jan. Bourgeois was elected president of tho Senate by that body on the third tor. tho choice of a presiding officer. Ho received H7 Totes agaiiistr12D for An- ton Duboat, the retiring president of the senate. Tho other candidates withdrew after tho second ballot. Hoard of Five is Suggested" Oiher Recommendations to the Government (Hy'C'anadlan Vcus Leased Wlrt) OTTAWA, Jan. of the hoard of commerce waa urged to margins of profit can bfl made _ on the government today by. n delega-1 which will he the merchants j FIRST ENGLISH LADY tion representing' the Retail MereU-j that the orders of ants' Association of Canada. The dele- j hoard of commerce have resulted in gallon asked that Ihe board should be j a great deal oi disturbance in retail remodelled so as to consist of: A'con-j trade circles and that Ihe uncertainty fiumer, a producer, a manufacturer, a as lo what further orders will be made retailer and a chairman with Judicial! from time to time is still more dlsturb- e-xpcrionco. In regard to the last ing, not only to retail merchants but namedj tho delegallon suggested tho. to manutcaturers, wholesalers, hank- retention of the present chairman of i era, the laboring classes and consum- the hoard, Judge Robertson. Theyiers. resolution follpwBi.'with the aclivi- recommendations as to reconsiitullon also asked that the price-fixing ac ties of the board should cease. Sir George Foster, In replying to tho remarked lhat the ap- pointment of the board of commerce was an attempt to settle prevailing un- of Ihe board already On the question of profit-filing It provides, textually, that "thoj operations ot the hoard of insofar as the filing of retail prices and profits Is MAGISTRATE FELICITATED BY FIRST OFFENDER first woman Jlagls- rate, MJSE Ada Summers, Mayor of Stalybridge, Cheshire, took her seat in the Police Court here today. She had only three delinquents be- lore, her, and as their offense was merely that of permitting, through negligence, their chimneys to bo oh 'ire, she discharged all of them. One of the defendants, the first tried, evidently pleased with her lenl- rest resulting [rnm the Increased cent concerned, be suspended; furthermore of living. It might lie that the hoard that the board as reconstituted should was nol a perfect organizallon, but no be entrusted with .the duties- apper- OUQ was perfect, and Sir George felt talnlng to an "Inlaad trade commls- tbat the board was doing Ita, best lon.! However, Iho delegation had presented their vlaws and necessarily an answer could :hot be given Ho, Some Suogettloni A series of further suggestions as to bbw the board of commerce! "would promised full consideration of the o( to Canada" were representations' made. laid by the delegation before gov The 'proceedings were brief. The ernment. These mainly: delegation presented a resolution j The board of commerce should meet adopted at u special meeting of the] properly appointed commHtees from IJominion board of tho Retail Mer- 1 tno Canadian chants! 'Association of Canada. Theltlon, the Wholesale Merchants' Assoc- mcetlng, the resolution was at- latlon, the Retail Merchants' Assocfs- ency, congratulated the new Magis- trate. tendcct by representatives from provinces throughout Canada. .No Combines Dlicloied Referring fo'the board of commerce tho resolution claims that tho invostl- allitionl the United Farmers and other organized commercial to sec- j ure proposals how trade could be gov- erned by proper regulation. Instead of the court attempting to MEXICAN VILLAGE WITH 3000 PEOPLE WIPED OUT BY SECOND EARTHQUAKE MBXICQ.CITy. Mex., Jan. ff Joaquln, a village of inhabitants In the Jalapa district, -slate of Vera Cruz, was destroyed this morning by an earthquake, according to ad- vices out by the depart- ment nf agriculture, which gave