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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rovn TUB LtfTKBRirXJE HWULD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1920 Che Deralfc Blberta DAILY AND WIBKLY an'd LBTHIRIME HIRALD PMINTINO COMPANY, LIMITKD Ml Mi W. A. fntlitvl and Mtoxice Director MM Terrcnce TELEPHONES Offic. 125: Office 1224 Audit Bureau ol ClrcuUtlon inMcription Rates: MIT, WNk .....I .11 DlUr, .....7.5 by mail. year by msll. per year LW br jnall. per rear to U.S. Z.O hem the right ul wnrcsslnj their pinions. At this a ball wai called, and theso wo men at once arrwlod as memlei of tbo People, and shot. Tfcelr Yet QUlreiing bodlea wera tumbl- ed into a busMly-duff shallow hole, anil hen "votlnt" rwumwS, with the ult that the adult yoifu- itlon ot the dlitrlct a uu- vote for as waa iomo time, later duly mtde known a DoUherlst newspapers, both ID tte ctpiial ot that and !a Petro- a4. rule and tutiorlty baring beta at Karagil In tuch le manner, the now thoroughly cowad peaauite were ordered to elect certain committees for the proper con- trol ot all local attain. elections took place under the supervision of the Provincial Committee, the three Coomlnara called and under the at the rabble that supported It. There vai no pretence ot anything lifce ot opinion nor ot ballot. In moody alienee the cast their for whoever seemed to find' most fmror In the of tho C.'. W. V. A. Open New Hall- Popular Couple Young People's Banquet (From Our Own CorresoonJenO TABRR, Jan. annual con- Eressiloua! meeting ot Kuox Church. Tnber was held on Wednesday even- ing January 2l3t, Mr. Robert Ander- son occupying tbo chair and Mr. Leslie son'n nnd Ealoa's EtWng and sum- mer catalogues ire fit hand. On Sunday. Jau. iStb, a daughter was burn to Mr, and 'Mrs. Fred. Turf, ley. The annual conKrejatlonJl meeting of St. Theodore's CnuKh Trill be held 111 tho Veterans' hall on Jau. 2Sth, at 8 p.m. W. A. Porteous leaves. to conduct a big auction sals Ponpta on 4tb. Mrs. and Miss Porteoua will accocpinj hlui ou the trip. The Yousc People's Guild of Knoi Church on Thursday evening last iat down to a binquot served thorn and their teachers by ladles o( the con- ercgatlon. After tho good things of the table had been fully enjoyed a irlrf program was rendered. The the evening was spent In games PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN gauR o( armed around them niftlans the who stood ____ot eiplrjr ot on address label. Accept- ot papers alter expiration data in authority to cofclttiue the where .-tho two .luckless anti-Bolshe- vists had been to summarily 'ahot and burled. If the Bolshfvitts disapproved of any candidate they simply disallowed BOLSHEVISM AND FREEDOM All the advocates of Bolshevism, whether In America or. Europe, place at tho 'orefront of their campaign, freedom for the oppressed and art equal for all. Reports conijng out of Russia eslab- llsh that Bolslievism in'practice is not freedom at all 'but' Is .downright op- In countries rule: under a franchise that IB wide Pi'dple of_21 years "of age, who' are citiiens of the countriv.__tjnfler such a franchise, labor, it is strong enough; car roprescntativ.es to a Jegis lative' Ilia" the House of Com- or liko tho Legislative AsBem tly.'in Ontario, even can control goternmcntl lite do'ae in Aus tralla. On tae other hand, in' Russia' UK Bolsherlits do not allow freedom o opinion to be expressed by the ballot but by fear through the power of the rifle and the machine-gun. An election Kenton acting as secretary. After a brlel devotional meeting conducled by the pastor, the Rev. A. C. Bryan, re- ports presented by the auditors, tho Sunday School, Ihe Session, tho man- aging board, the I-adies' Aid. the Wo- men's Missionary Society, the Mis- sion Baud, the Young People's Society, the Choir and the Pastor. These all showed that despite many adverse clrcuuiilsiiCcS durlus.iho ;iasi substantial progress had been made nloug every line. The total financial receipts during the year were 43.G91, and wera raised as follows .The Man- aging jiuard. by and Is candidature. If any returned man ailed to meet wtth their approbation Women's Mlsslouar) the Sundav rt n Pchoo plalo collections I38S.OO; other sources f 165 00' tho session for the budget hev cancelled his re'.ura and ordered ilH00'' U'e new "election." WMi In this way there was secured a re- 515500- tne'.A uru o( the moat disreputable and.un- irlncipled men of the neighborhood. The committees thus elected wera many In number and various in fuuc- lon. TherSj was the Committee o' War, the Committee ol Public Kduca- ion, (he Committee ot San.He.tlon and "ublic Health, (he Committee of the amusements. Mrs. W. Prut I, Nafcusp, B. (A, died rom sleeping sickness. Tte SwKt Canadian Co. will build a cold storage at Heelnn. Organized labor elected sis inem- of the Moncton, K. B., city coun- IL W. J. Thompson -will be the new president of Edmonton board of rude. Dr. B. W. Gustln, for many years a physician. F Gco. W. Green Instal On If Franchise Rights Granted (Frem Our Chm RAYMOXD, Mayor L. Puck is in Edmonton this week confc ale ring with the otficlals of the depar on SSSO.CiO; nic-m of mimicipa! affairs on quw sUtal towani Crnis- tion a plant- The result of lhe iiiayor's investigations at th .Nlchol Mission (capital will way toward de- leading .St. Thomas, Ont dead. Terjitjr from heart (allure result of shell thocK sustained on active Charles F, Nelson, member for Blocsu, will move the address (n rtp'y to the speech from lhe throne In the B. 0. legislature, and Of. W. H. Sutherland, member lor Kevelstoke, will tocond It. Two Peterboro Her. J, H Webb, Murray St. Baptlil, .and Ret Jas. Rollins, St. AndreVi Presbyter ian, had Uielr salaries each Increasea by ent of tho American redwaUoo of and Is first ot he makers'. international If the govtrnmetit net grant the gratuity demanded by United VeUrans' Presi- dent J. of the league, told a gathering ot returned rueu at Ham- Iton, would to on M.OflO rnaks deminds for the gratuity. He said It would not be a disorderly mob. but a body of men who would pro- tent their demand! with q.ulel deter- mination. J. V. Egan, a tapper, who became Wm. fcr thirteen years'lost la a blizzard, was killed by his] editor nud proprietor ot Ihe Parkhlll dog after ho had teeu overcome by, Cazette, died recently. irald and exhaustion, according to tiio 1 theorj" of Jack Ford, his partner, who Increases granted to St. Thomas'brought the news ot his tragic-death Collegiate leachors, Inspectors, Janl- to tors and secretary of the School Board will amount to about Kingston Is to have an Industrial The announcement la of the resignation of.vMMs. Eobwta- MacAd- ams, tho office district Commissioner, who will also act ai director. Koine branch, of Iho Soldiers' Settlement Board, Edmonton, the re- signation to become, effective Febru- ary 1st nexti The Canadian Pacific Railway .will spend about ot a mil- lion ilolisrs at. Moose Jaw this year in Improvements.-The-new station for which the plans arc now out will cost secretary the UoaryVot'lrauo, hia salary to bo J4.000. Itev. Max Arndt, a well known Lutheran minister, pastor ot a church in Bridgeport, dted suddenly at hla homo In Kitchener. the Bank of Hamilton .will grant The folloivins are some s'atl "jciiilng whether-'-the r.mn'iclpality will 'I! grant a franchise lo Killison Milling Poor, the Committee ot Land, the Coru- mlUee ot Forests :and Natural Re- sources, -and many others. Their lame was legion, so to speak, ami wherever one turned or whatever wished to do'ono fronted -by sonio committee. Supreme power was vested In the Eiccutivf or IspoIUom. whose .business It to decision! of all other committees nnd to allow or disallow tbelr measures. The Itpolkom; was vested with the Ufa and dealh over all per- sons residing-within, or travelling through, its. district. The.re was no appear from'the Ispolkom.! Us powers were boundless .within Its- district, and, as tie result most arbitrarily wielded. --It's members al- ways went about armed. If at iny time a committee man be- came obnoxious to the Ispolkom he at once removed and another man In flat country at tho present time is i was appointed In his place. Thus in not an expression of free opinion by the .course of a few weeks all these a bonus of 20 per cent, to single em- a >loyees ar.d per cent, to those who quarter ire married, to he paid monthly. El MeCormick, bnd manager of tho Waterman Water >ury. Reglna. liandllng' school sup a non-oppressed people, but Is opinion forced from an oppressed people in (lie Jice of armed forces o! Bolshe- How do we. know? From an .'-'Eye Witness" writing about a village elec- tion tinder the Soviet, we read: The Tillage of Karagrri (a Tartar ward meaning the Black Fore situated In the Okhansk County of the Province of Perm. 'Llke'most north' Russian villages, Karagai consists of a-few vary wide streets, unpaved, and cleaned, (rightfully muddy in wet.weather and horribly dusty In dry weitb.er.'.It consists of 140 such home? few shops, a smith: a carpenter's workshop, a church, tchool, and a lltlle hospital that serv- ed a tract of country nearly as nig ii Wales. In the middle of a com- pacy of about 130 of lhe Workmen's and Peasants' Red -Army came to this company was composed 'of Moldavians, Auatriana, Chinamen; in its ranks were, sail- 'orV and, soldiers who, after attempt- ;ing! to" .''fraternize" with Ihe Germans, ,'iuti jo'ugbt safety in prisoners '.of war who did not wish to return to .their native countries; workmen who '.lad found looting more to Ihelr taste .than working, and foreign adventurers Iwho.bad Joined in hopes ot getting I'acmerthlng for nothing. Every man armed with rifle, bayonet, revolv- and bombs; some carried swords addition, and the company possess- a machine-gun. This motley company streamed inlo Tillage In requisitioned country' ..carts or mounted upon requisitioned ('peasants' and billeted them- selves upon the inhabitants. They then sent out into all tha V neighboring hamlets a verbal notico .to all adult males to attend a mass at Karogal on the following ;day, after which they ate nnd lhe liberally iat expense ot the villagers, and, .-havlnc posted, sentries, went to sleep, i arly ths next morning they got up 'their machine-gun on a bit of rising ,ground that dominated the village fcnd posted ibmselyes round the greetn (n.the middle of 'which was a 'teodeit little, 'monument commemo'riit; ing the liberation of'tho Berfs by the Alexander.ll! '.This they do- "molislied. tlio men of. tho village and ]surrounding, hamlets had asrcmhlcil the. nitmber of or perhaps the meeting was opened. The 'three Commissars who were the lead era o( this company of the Workmen's -'nnd Peasants' Red Army made snitch .ES. Those were followed by others ot .the company, who each repeated what hie predecessor had esld, though used lhe high, sounding anil stereo- phrases In a different order, ipr laid more emphasis Ihon any olher rlad done upon some particular catch ''Word. If any of the peasants attempt- ed lo he was caution ed to hold his tongue, lo llslen and to learn, AB soon as theao speeches wen voting was ordered. Every citizen of the "Unsslan Federated Soviet Republic" was to record hln yolo whether he wished (o or not. A line of joldlers was formed across tho 'Village green. The peasants were told that to go to this side of the line commlltees became highly paid tools n and would be supported Mr.'.Mnnarg tho'uglit lhe1 west was.coi siderably bewildered 'by She many --3 cast is just our old friend la grippe. Inar.Itli on e Not any more wijlcomo for all that. service Kmrna Goldman is back in Potro- grad and says ahc- is enjoying herself. Well, no one objer-ls to her enjoying herself so long as she does It in i'ctro- grad. Lcnino has decreed that work in what lhe Russians need lo kocr> them out of mischief ami al the same tlrao nl! to keep them has decreed thi a week shall constitute a day's work. Xo wonder Canadian Bolsheviks don't want to go back. It cutnn ID 'I iie debaic. nl Ilic club on Monday evening, "rosolved lhat Immleralion is rtetrlrr.enlal to tho hist welfare n( Canada." was won by ihe ilisacr, V.'icr r.iu! by three school staff being tho ;il the o( Ihe brides parents, all showed con- Mr. and Mrs. 1'. nlso'a mnnivf'inent over previous ihowlos, no Icr.s 011 the''part ot tho and he. had not made up hi mind whether the Hudson Bay, Ucor May or St. Lawrence 'vas tin .mnti feasible' fo'r bringing the Caria-1 ,ian. prairlcg mark jets. idiot lied by Rlfhoji Haynca In tlio presence ot ;i r.iimbor of frlqnd_s ot both conlraciin? parties. Alter thi! all sal Oown to a repsst. The rost of tho cvo- nlng was fjinitl !n a happy social Mr and Mrs. Price wltl way. remain in Tnbcr and at the northcml The many friiinds of tho yomiK unlto In wishing Ihcni ami attne same tlrao iil'l good fr.rlKiie tn thdr marrieil II o from Mirvinr So be and Ihny will, holh ne halo from sinning. So.be wncn the anniversary at 12 Hours seven days j cmm on lhc cflgo of tne year a day's work. I and AinDrlcsn are not no auro that the world intcrostiiiB bovrorcr lo know- that all the proletariat dreams of a to vote for Bolshevism, while lo two hour day nnd being one's own boss jo lo that siiic of It was to vote have Bone tlie way of all oilier radical tlier is elyslan (ic-ldi other region np cool, wo opino for 1 nol to speak of Ibo 1'cvonrt tho.r.lyx. Hill Two peasanls promptly moved lo side of the line, declaring they 'weuto'Dfti--vole-lor ihose- who-denied l5 the bosl Hfc Uio nrlter, M'cLcan ot Winnlpcfi nrrlvcd In town on Saturday to spend I with her Mf- "nc! Mra' II. nnard KimfliCT-imibl nigh "tor'Simp [osors, Mhvr unvil, Mian II 'Rev, t, j', nL th noxt Ir. lli'j Monday p.m., on I'owell is who a worth, cents, Thompson' and May- r- winners, well o! Calgary will local church on Sunday i'j evening, and lecture on n-niitj! at tbc 8 Mhfir people we Mr. a lecturer nnd HIOPO lend will get their money'ii Th-.re will bo n chargo o( 25 A conservative man-doesn't carry a lighted bomb around with him, searching for water to'put out the fuse. He gets rid of it as quickly and gently as pos- sible, then goes away from there. Not-all of us know that we are packing around .with us every day a perpetual source of trqubl? that may produce disease or even death. -Ninety per cent of human illness is caused or aggravated by a clogging of waste in your bowels. By an entirely new principle Nujol will Ictep the poisonous waste moving out of the body. Every other form of treatment either irritates or forces the system, Nujol works oa the waite matter instead of on the system. Nujol prevents constipation by keeping the food waste-soft, thus helping Nature establish easy, thorough bowel evacuation atrcgular the healthiest habit in the world. It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to it. Nujol ia sold by nil druggists in sealed bottles only bearing Nujol trade-mark. Write Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New 50 New York, for booklet, "Thirty Feet of Danger." A New Method of Treating 'an Old Complaint PLAN FOREIGN VIKNN'A, Jnn. members of Hie Aiislrl.in ministry, taking with them tho plan ncloplerl for a foreign loan lo Austria, will leavo here for Paris'on Suii'laj- next. Tho mtnlalerii Lowest Level Yet Reached Touched Down Too NCTV YORK, Jan. change rates nroppofl lo another low level today when demand bills on the pound sterling dropped lo ?3.53Vj, or below yofiterrtay's low rccorrl. In Iho first ImlMiniir (lomaiid ster- ling dropped to Franc checks opened at the new low ratn of 13 12 (or lhe otf 20 centimes (rom are Dr. KueF.rh, the (Innnco, -yesterday's rloso. Lire checks were aii'.l Dr. Lowcnfelil Hnss. minister at 15.32, or 18 centimes Ihe Interior. Tlio negotiations will bn condncloil through tho allleil re- nnratlons Instead of tho council ol ambassadors. yoalcrday'a record German marks quplel cents and' An" ono cent at '.31 of EXCHANGE AND LETTERS OF CREDIT This Bank offers peculiar advantages in handling Foreign Jvxcliange and issuing Letters of Credit. With Branches in every part of Canada, as well as in several important cilies elsewhere, and withcorria- pomlcnts of high standing in all parU.of the world, it is able to. place many advantages at your disposal. 4f THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHDKlDGiy imAN'CH, Brymne'rVManager. When You Travel, Even in Canada carry, your funds in Travellers' The Merchants Bank. cheques are often Money may ba lost or stolen. Cheques, on the other hand, are cashed by banks, hotels, transportation companies nnd stores at their face rallies, .enable you to raiso ready money wherever you happen to be. If lost, they of no value to the finder; if utolen or des-' troyed, they will be fttm charge, lisa them for your next journey, TS BANK Head Office tmanirtal, CANADA. 1384, I.EIHB81DGE BRANCH, R, J, DINNING, I ;