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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGS FOUR THK WOULD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY .21, 1920 letbbtibge Ibcvalb letbbribge, BtUcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THt LETMBRIDQE PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED SM Kti South. Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan Pmldnt and. Manages Director John Tomnca Buaip'Mt Manac lokhevlsl Wo aro offer- i4 fiction .m tif.l'iu and if Mir U stories provo to.> wild for (he _ OL-t i gutllbmiy of British public. arc liy an entirely (iifterf.if. The Is AETNA SOLDIER NOW REPORTED AS KILLED Raymond Jiipani'se Fulls From; Outi Load of Hay and Breaks For Funds TELEPHONES ttwlrwu Oliiu (25 Office Audit Bureau of Circulattcrtt Subscription Rztei: 4eHvered, per weak .....I .15 daUvsred. per yet.r 7.50 by mali, per year Weekly, by moll, po.- year...... 1.50 Wwkly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 The one tUfng ntv.vssary is ihaf. the' (HmnLug iruth -should at ad costs be or, falling thai, be ed away. who havo an inti- mate first-hand knowledge ut country, aud Bolshevist J cannot tie by tho plausible 1 fictions OH them by a harass, ed and doomed despotism, "liaise the I 'jTi? jllorkavUV tho Allies are toM mid alt di'wsKoVthc weiuheVlVn's J will lio well." frosh to tiu- stixk- Ilut Pcirogra.l is a city warmed. the warm all Russian i-itio? :iro. by wood. Onlv oiv-ui HjiHU la wuh some hav. ihc- ttt-il sitiutrm: is wood can bo burul in tho jiotctos ftl n> stores liuiH inlo the rooms of rich s ituulo to your and poor at ike. And lia? ont by 1 j-iotkriurn. Con lieen imported Into IVtrograiJ. The has been shiupcd. in an-J- forests of Russia over one-third i I ute supply wilt Ifcc forest land of the entire globe, j !v bllt if ions-ex- OTTAWA, following men and officers are included In tixlay's casualty list: Infantry Previously tt.oiiimed Miaainy, pro- I sinned dead, now ropurtel killed in J A. H. Ktfimedy, Hauv Cavalry 1'rc-vlously Reported Killed and Missing. Dead, now reported Killed In Jensen, Aotaa, Atta. When the absolute absurdity o! tt-nde-I. the- situation "Raise bibckaito" wali as a mean? grave once more. Those vlio havo Mr. Lait Transferred (o Strath- of Chas. Court Case UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Has Sales of DO' Land There as High as Hundred and Twen- ty-Five Dollars Per Acre of eipirv of subscription at- dally on address Inbel. Accept- strated. of ivarniiug Is poinie-1 out, j and ihe ridiculous attempt 10 fo'st thp lacK of luol on to us Is demon- of-payers after ciplration date b our auibority to ccnliuue :hc sub- the argument Is quietly changed, and switched off on to entire their stock aro determined to j carry them through the winter if siblo as the depletion of tbe country, is sure to nuko t-attlo high iu the j spring concourse of people followed the. fun- A "lowil member of tho eral of Mr. Cha's. Scott to tho grave im Wednesday last. Tbe servirb was con- (From Our GKASSV LAKE. Jan. A largo tTinates ,var vto, on ia .s parud.d i P.M.to jir. MV. Bmellier an imanBvrftrabio .irsument. How can and the operation pro-! appomtcd president and Mr.- James any sane persun v.-ith an unbiased ceejcd tatisfactoiily. Stewart vice-prestdcnl. uifnd, 11 is said, expect the Bolshevists A campaign for funds wfts Inatltut- Mr. manager ci the Union Dank h'ere, being transferred to I'etrograd was never brought from those parts of Russia, If one's knowledge of tho country is sufficiently intimate to be nblc to point out that vasts forests arc within easy reach of the capital, and that under the Monarchy these were al- ways adequate to the needs of the Petrograd district, the statement ia was arranged before OTTAWA, Jan. Cana- dian move for trade In thft new' states of. Eastern Europe Is Indicated In; th- ap- polntment of T. D. WHgress, form- erly Canadian trade commissioner at Vladivostok as trade com mis- slonev In Southern Russia, Rou- manift, Poland, Jugo-Slovpkla and Czecho-Slovakfa. The duties of Mr. WilgrctJS will be to open up avenues of Canadfan trade thrcUghoui this wide area and to estabrish a central bureau. It .is as a permanent arrangement, however, that the territory in his charge shall be extended. G.T.P. EARNINGS The widow of the late-Ward H. Bqwlby. K.C-, Kitchener, ta dead. Tho C.P.R. station at Schrelber, divisional ndlnt east of Fort William, was destroyed by fire. Jos. S. Grncoy, connected with the Michigan Central Hallway for 39 years, died at St. Thomas. E. A, Fox, manager of the Prince Albert branch o! the Bank of meree, has beon transferred to the branch at St. Catherines manager. Malcolm Leughlon, been In Customs Department since 189S, haa been appointed Customs at Sault Sfo. Marie In succession to tha-Jato Hatty Pluminer, who died last October. That the Provincial Government proceed with the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway sys- tem from Prince George to Swan and complete it during tbe ueil two years, was the .request of a dele- gallon from tho Vancouver. Board ot Trade, which waited upon the; mem bers ot B.C. eabhiot i Col. H. J. Orassett, C.M.G., chief constable of Toronto, intends to go to England -about the end of March, and It Is probable that he will remain there. His resignation from' the po- lice force has been anticipated for some time. A committee of Montreal as given a report on thp question whether dancing may be indulged in jy Presbyterians. The report slates hat the attitude of the church is 'to leave the .matter to individual judge- ment and conscience, apd the commit- tee consider that the altitude. should nbl be departed from. A note oT warning is sounded, however, as lo "certain types of dancing, tho pro- priety or moral tendeucy of which Is IciTlni on April 8 (or Uw.OrUM will ot ud twenty mwnbere. Included IB the party will be Chrii. presi- dent ot Board; T. W. ntteier, J. D. Malkln, John Hubwr. Hsrbfrt Mc.V.lr, J. D. KMnu, 0. W. Hurrow-er, CbM. Hollowaj', eorta ot. CbJlllirtck. A. B. epburn, Kojr Brows, Smilh. facturlni O. to 8. Timttn. who will duct the ptrtjr 1 greeted with smiling surprise, but an we, tho late comers, aro reaping ,t prcs5cd ,or_ ot reward, living in a city with moden, I Us Rbsolate .KcmacT. Tho propa-l comforts and assurance of greater bMei noj rct development. _ svstara, you are told, U so disorganized by the millions of workers wlio refuse to accept tlie dubious biessings of the navf civiliza- tion ami incidental accompani- groat scarcity of food and-riotlung. Mr_'FTlAalss was Money and clothes are asked for. The R ,clvai.g response hers is reported- io be sal-., drlink isfactory but Ihero Is 'oppor. ,af. Thp -same tunity lo help. _______ interest as Mr.'Krante Is well I known citiiens and it was also al- i leged-'tnat council were speiidinff tho jcarce money of tbe villaee to Ills Mr. ANNUAL MEETING] Proivse prosecuted for the village and Mr.. Franks was defended by Mr. UalL .The principal, witness: for the MONTREAL, Trunk Railway traffic earnings- for January 7 to 14, 1520, arc 1919, an increase of 26S. Is There A Dead Piino In Yonr Home 1 AN on trtrich you tued to pUy, bat which you dont now? Vi'hy not oc liber- al terms for a MASON A PLAYER PIANO They glre you OEM power to pity the bml muiic of any compoeer or Jazz. At the keyboard playing is noi Interfered wllli. We sell Uiete also ory to home NOBLEFQRD. SUNDAY. SCHOOL HOLDS THEIR annual Tho Lethbridge News, ihe paper that "Si" Snunders founded was one of the earliest, publications of the west. It iiot only gave the news but plaved a part in ihe early battles politically in this part ol the west. Like the men Q'. those days it spoke out bodly and fearlessly when oc- casion demanded. "Si" Sauriders' death will recall to zdauy old timers incidents in connac-. tion'with the early cays, was u man with characteristics al! UiB own. Jle was a good and faithful citizen al- ways. He had roamed pretty well all over the continent before he settled down in A Iberia. Once permanently located ho worked hard and all his old friends were'happy when be way able to spend his later days in a restful life. of school. hcl'-I at the home of the Secre- tary Mr. Cranstoun on Monday even- ing last, was well attended. Every- prosecution. was'.JJr.. .viUaga tdn 'dollars' fine and expenses vraa given. It is good to see our council to clean the village of look now one was veo' enthusiastic as .a; drunkenness. school Ihev have high aspirations for to proceed Against ,Us source the coming vcar. The following incidenlally gamblln- dens, licers were elected Secrctarv-treas- Kev. Dr. Perguson wiU conduct nrer. Jir. E. C. Cranstonn; Teacllers, ln nrer, .vr. L. LTanscoiin leacners, ments ot torture, murder, and outrage, I Ca ,ain Rev w H church at 3.30 p.m. that the necessary railway transport :jlr E nubie Mrs Jlrs Miir-! n'e Aid meet at Ihe .ray, and Miss OrEnnlst, of on Thursday, But I'MiEs llerlha M. Hunt. is impossible to arrange. This appears unanswerable. the real fact, known to all those of long residence in tho country, is that Tiie adjourned meeting of the con- gregation of the Xobleforn United Church lo be held last Friday was ntyi the ivarnjif.g postponed on account of the storm. uf 1'etrogran was never transported I Further noiicn ivill bu given in this to the city l.y rail. It lias always column and in the stores. been conveyed by water. Thus lite last wniuc of the Holshenst ag'uators is swept aside. Xo continues Hit: chaplain, Rev. K. D. Ferris of Granum will be here on Wednesday evening to hold a Young People's Rally. 'Ail tlio young we think this in- cludes all.who feel young are cordiilly invlted [o attend an informal gather- ing in the church on Wednesday i that the Bolshevists by every Me at eight o'clock. Mr. Ferric BOLSHEVfST FABLES ANSWERED have heard U said by certain people that there io a deal of Htv tton attached to the stories of Uolahe- Tism as they come out from Russia. On i the other band it bns never been argu- ed that in the other color (o the pic- ture the 'Bolshevists themselves rue not boyond using fiction lo set thorn- Bclvea right in the eyes of the world. A sample nf tho latter Is fflveii by a -writer, ihe Rev. R. Courtier-Forster. late Britten Chaplain of Odessa am! tlio Ruastan ports of the Dlack Sea. He cleale particularly with the cry raised rateJy of the perishing condi- tion from cold ol the people ot Petro- grad. The story is an illuminating one, in that U shows the working of the Bolshevist mind in this aa In all things. From what, ho relates, if there is fiction, in ivhnt comes out ol Kuwla then tlio Bolahevisla ihera- aro to a very great extent the authors ot Ibis Mclion. Tho diHptaln writes {hat Petrograd Ss without fuel, the houses nnwanned tlio aurrlvJne population perishing of coWi the city bold fast jn the Ircezing grip of Ihe rigorous KuaMan winter This Isr the great essential fact ack by Russians and Jlofenc TlaU Tlio old wooden Btreotp survived In tho more, ancton parts of tbe capital through ceni of HID much-abuEed moTiarchlcai rule have, on' uccounl of tlie Jack of fue since fbo Bolshevists became all powerful, been torn dovnv and dc mohillshed. Oreat quantities even of furniture In Ihfi hoiififts hnvrs broken up for heMbg purposec on ac- count of the dcsperato >iecda of tho JiolRhevIzt population. POK people rtaliy nudersland the Irito reaeon for tfils deplorablfc Ktato things. Every effort made by tbfi IlohhevJtiiR' to suppress tlie (run explanation of the slate of Tftroprriid. Directly nit Miniiiry onft becomes lost In the fog ol subterfuge seek to rlliiio the v.orld and deceive the workers of Every Imaginable evasion is drawn across the trail in order to prevent the democracies of tho world from knowing (he incontestable fact that I'clrograd is perishing with cold be- cause the peasants and forest workers neither hew the xrood nor trans- port tlin fuel to tho capital while the lalcd Bolshevist regime continues to roh them of Iheir liberties and grind hem inlo slavery. Tbe Russian workers possess an infinite capacity .or passive resistance, and this .the liolshevist administration has roused there to a degree w.iich no Govern- ment hns ever done before. The bitter opposition of the prolet- ariat (o the system of and Trot- sky has grown from a stream to a mighty river which threatens to en- gulf Ihe lied enemies of democracy in overybelming destruction. Hence a hurried peace must be made even at specialist in his line and can be recomtn-sndcd. j Tno Community Club debate on "I'rnlcriion vs. Krce Trade" will be held in the K. ot P. hall on Thursany cveriirjg. bosinruns at eight Everybody come. I Tlie Ited society meets at the jhome of Stewart on Weilnysdny 1 afternoon at three o'clock. The Women's Institute are holding ,i parcel post sale in tlie K. of I', ball. on Friday evening. ,A-good program T has been prepared and refreshments i _ uruh'jr, the cost of concessions. Tho will hc served. Come early and avoid the rush. I.OtJISVIIXE. Jan. 700 barrels of Old'Kentucky whiskey went to Davy Jones' locker Just off New York harbor last Friday, it meant not only a potential, loss ot the figurative value of Ihe liquor. Iwi the possible necessity of the owner; being obliged [o pay the Uniicd Slates government a tax of npproximatety n a tonally for not gelling it 'outside Ihe three- mile limit by January 10, according Louisville whiskey tiding of the dis- aster here yesurday. whiskey, the properly of (he A few lovers nf chess and ranis met i Illvcr compnny, of at Ihe Ijomo of Mr. W. J, Buchanan on j Kv wis lightered Monday evening for a fricnmy game, j lo a on Ihe last TURIN FARM LANDS [Frfim Our Own TURIN. Jan. IS.-Zerr, weather and hay h.TNling are not a very pleaeanl combination but !he Turin fanners arc iryiiig lo look cheerful under tho slrnin. Everybody was be- cause the flanre which was set for expo; t ilay of grnce. The-, barge sprang a I leak ami sank. Ilaii H gone down Iwo rnile-s farther wit the tax of ?fi.CO a galton'Wonid not he becanao there no revenue lax on exported whis- key. trade unions of Ihe world must never i Friday iiiiihl, had to be postponed for lie Rllcwwl to learn the [rtitli. The lie direct must bo given to tho actual two >'.eekp. C. flrcen was in I.ellibridge Tlinrs'lny. and reports that Mrs. Green faclJ. Hldlculc and contemptuous i is aftr.r operation, sarcasm must be poured on those who Spencer lias sold his entire daro (o expose the actual altitude of i herd, IS bi-ail nf tattle lo n rancher Ci'lgary. liusslnu workers to iho Bolshevist last rosiicriii lo tho misrule. The Bolshevist agents abroad i ln" tO LOSES AN ESTEEMED CITIZEN COWI-I'.Y, Jaii. funeral of the late Mr.-. White was held in the ___ Kplscopal church on Wednesday after- noon nt 1 o'Htxk. Mrs. White (Mar- gnrut Juliet Ilin-lianan-Whlle) was the willow nf Ihe l.ito Frances Buchanan- Wliitf. r.I! r.S., of Annat Ixidge. TrrMi. Scotlan.l. The service was read by Ilcv. A. MaOilchael, quite ,1 nnmiier b. int; present lo pay [heir tho deceased. The ere bcaiillfnl. open to serious doubt, and which aro offensive io tho conscience of tho A Vancouver of Trade part} Helps appetite and digestion. Three flavours. to good st KEEP if good rnust reiterate striry r.lter Elory to account for the freezing and unheateil condition of Pelrograd: any- thiug will do so Ions as the world doos not become aware of Ibe real truth. "r, i. M. I'an.-fin wns n business visitor in Thursday. Tho many friends nf Mrs. T. !J. Kniui will be lo Jfsirn lhal she is rapi'lly ctvcring frotn hor opcra- tinn. rn lhat two real cslale trans- Xot only in this maltcr, hut In many j actions been lomplnieil recently, cowoi! and hus liia -ma olhers nlso, the workers are using all means lu their power lo bring about the downfall ot Ian administration which Ihey lion I" Albert Henry CiiFky ]an raiu'li 1. M'-i.-i Miss Kiiu I-obsmkcr, and liHHMCil of his I in. and Mrs, faille come to loathe and deteat, and which i left Monday for a visit with Mrs, has Itself nllerly incapable, of j producing the first requirement of j NQ OFFICIAL CONFIRMATION sound governracnl, adequate nrgnrlzii-1 OTTAWA, .Ian. lhal flaini Chnrles Koss agninsl lion _________________ r Willi liis c-jiperinnco In UK; rity lial! in David King ,V make t'li'igs hum in the vIlliiK" voiubllily poured out by (iic cil of Co.jldnle. government h'an hceii out o; lark official confirimilifju. Sir CliarlM lia.< been In nt'Kotlailnn the dciiarliiicnl of jnstlc'! fur Ihu piist fi'V. bill ti.o iniosltoi "f Ins yd. come before GERMANY HAS DECIDED TO CAPITULATE TO ALLIES BASEL. Jan. German cabinet by Prince Maxl- mllan of Baden as chancellor had decided, before the revolutionary overlure of November, 1918, lhat it would make an offer of sur- render the enlentc, according to Otto Landiberg, Malorlty Social- ist leader and secretary for pub- licity In priSinl ministry, -ic quoted in -i Cologne dispatch, ence the .sealed pack- U. S. PAPERS SHORT ON NEWSPRINT SUPPLY WASHINGTON. Jan. Stales in the Middle We.-t will bo 10 licr cent, short on their piippiy r.f papfr. tlio alato lleliartmcilt nninninceil as tlio result of an p by the Canadian covmnienl ui. M ship- ot to the I'nll- ed Slaica from Urn plant of Ihe Korl preserving icioos contents tidal goody. orLasts KEPT RIGHT ;