Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TWELVE u-n up rum SATURDAY, JULY Spiritualism Gains Followers A. Conan Doyle, British T A 'movement which appears, to t In the case ot rain orr35 in.tie'-rase, of woman This sphere was tfec one to which those who had lived-average decent higher, gre-ll 'inner went ihodgh wonld nllimatel most phenomena could be obtained "the light BuJ the best results vere lives passed after deatll; angels went i MhijTja in dark Because of the chance to win through ButHlie sphere lie described was tie one Io which had .gone every one oE our dear bovs had died, in tne war, simply the fact of their martyrdom for the cause of freedom.-- The j Messages from sphere showed that those who haft "passed, heyond veil knew no more about God-than Ve did. He was; so infinitely lofty urroundmg the medium a noi being occupied with the j icb canjed it was. more-avail' able for ithe psychic- On tlie principle a Tvireless te'legram I an according'to Serguls Sassauoff. the foreign minister ot the Omsk govern- ment. A detailed explanation of this [policy and a general outline of the j political plsns ot the Kolchak govern- ment given today to the assoc- iated powers thy M. Sassanolf, v'ho recently, returned from London, where he conferred with British offlcials. The foreign minister said, was made because Admiral Kol- chak's reply .to tie allies. In which ho promised autonomy to various .slates that have, broken away from old Rus- sia has caused much discussion. Laws regulating the status ot nat- ionalities. Minister Sassanoff said, necessarily .would be Incorporated in be framed for Rus- sia, by the constituent assembly.'_ it idmirai'Kolchak sucraeds' in reaching Moscow. Consequently, he eiplaihed Kolchak's. regulations or de- cision -can not ha considered definite until approved.by the assembly. However, he Kol chak con templates radical .decenlral izatloii in -reconstructing. Russia which was.; hopelessly cenfrallied uu der the' old regime. the most liarmtul delects of the old he said, "was the endeavor: to" direct the details df in the most of the grei j empire through ,a far removed bureau cratic centre. new Russia the local govern ment. Is -'to -he 'the fundamental ;basi inMifc. rBi'perience is teaching J.tba the-local" govera.tneit is the dalioh'bt efficient'public structures "it.Is Admiral Kolchak's "purpose, to could be sent twice far-by nighl told-Umer p; and How.ai resi- st Irfpnt nf ToiMiridsp renewed It is easy io say a thing is matter Io prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand every test. TRY IT. Winnipeg Trades 'ouncll..This is not correct. ntiag wltu the One Big Uuionvthe Vinnipeg unions have Automatically rokeii away.trom the internationals rn, nd R. KIg'g is organizing the "loy- 1" u'nlonV to maintain the former iv-0 we HELENA CONSERVING WATER ____Juty 34f-AH Violating the sprinkling 5 in Helena -hereafter will into police court-and, if !ound guilty, subjected to rang- ,to JiOO and up. to SO. days .It is announced by _ "oners. The pi Is p'rpvided in the water ordinal The commissioners have'decided on extreme nieksurea'as a.means of pre- venting the irrigating .prlvl- legesy Eaya Henry Kaill, couimissioner of streets Sad pnblic Improvements. ccci oy- penalty ance. 1 AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 1225 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH MONDAY; NEXT, JULY 28A COMMENCING AT .1.30 PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including: Set of solid oak. dining chairs in roun'l exWnslon table to match; mission library fable; lapejtrr morrin tables; "fine leather rocker; splendid tapestry rock- Brussels' carpet square; drop head Seiving machine; Con- Xoleum rug; spHndfd hedroom suite comprising brass bed .-with cdfl springs nnif felt nfattreu, mihoganv mahogany dresi- ff ing lahle and chair, mahogany taUttxatr (Mil sold In Bepsrate solid oak dressers, white enamel beds, complete with tprlngs and mattress, quindfy linoleum, coal range fitted with burner; kitchen table; pictures; plants; garden ;hose; tolled set, sealers; dishes; Vathtubs; 60 volume books; Mtcien requljifes, etc SALE AT 110 PROMPT -I TCMMS CAiH WITHOUT vTmn Our O OARUSTON, July _.. f... Edw Jj Vood and partv reiurned from vi ifmg'the northern wards of the Mberll Slake on Mord.v eiening itst. All arc pronounced in their eipresilons'of the enjovable time spent Thev vi'ited Octon oodnou'e (just soirtfi of I'ire Coulee, Starline, Champion, Glei Chen Calgary ann Frankhurg Most of places ore m tho "dry dU but' eiceptionai' crops were seen' at Gleichen'for' this-Tear-and there are fa'yorable'crop conditions on much of the Creek from Claresholm to Sfavely The country south ot Olelchen on ,the Blackfoot shows bet (er'moisture, 'condltioni .than, farther south, due to local ptorma irrl gated farms ot course are in the lei'J ih -'jc" _ Meetings tvere held at all the ward1 and branches nam'ed.'fi'C'in one service at Calgary in the evening Io two and U-uallj three ai most o! the othe points, while the.people are somewhat denreased bv the conditions most of them express tti is organized Cardwell tetri onal phnciple the 100th became the .emcester regiment, it has al vays continued to bear the .eaf .on tne 'still possess he alfter service plafe presented by ;he. Canadian sovernment to Ihe IC.Qlh regiment, nearly 60 years Jgo, late Kink Edward, as Prince of Wales, reviewed' this regimen1 when islanded m Curiously enough, thls'Vrevieiv; look place at Shornccliffe where.lhe grea majifrity of Canadian soldiers In the earlier itagei of Ihe war alto found a; temporary late Kirg fjrsf; public en gajeme'nt as Prince REPRESENTATIVES OEVA4TATEO DISTRICTS TO CONFER PATHS, July of the will-meet In a congress here on" Aug. 31, It was decided tod'ay: by eenitort tiea Lof the Invaded deBarimanti. A prellmlna'ry raeetlng-irill ne'h'Bld'pn AoRust 17, to make 'fiirlher afrange- menti Scencru tke Canadian Pacific Rockies Your Holidays -at I the.Beauty British Columbia. Hotel Simthcona Rates: per week; per month.