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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fAOK EKillT THE Y MKIULD. FHIDAY, 27, 1910 .A RUSSIAN ARMY OF REAL PATRIOTS 1517. its fouuii RiSila were did. 1 tfce into power, tad I horrible nature r( ths v j wait-h hid gripped Ttuiau became clMr to a of I the OU Armr decided (o baad iclTea together for-the resfzeratiaa. of their country. From tbe they ?eallitd that tMi could only be dosa bj flfbiloc: had to be Killed; -could Tw no parteyinr wiih IL Tley, therefore, iwolvert 10 form IbsatfKej lalo an With Gecera. et ttielr head, they faughi tbcir war dovri to the south, and at Res- TbU forlora which iho bo- fiianlug wu ouly onuler no more thin 100 roubles to tte of was ih.e nuc- iron) which bren fcuili up ihe Arwy which now. under Dealkin. numb en savers! ihousini men, mini the Govermueni of under which order has teen renored lo larg-? portion? ol Soulhera and South-Eastern Ru55ia. The for Billion, or ine Arm- ies of Great Britain been called a miracle, but Kl'.cheasr's difficulties for every Sport ana Recreation right stales for Lawn Bowling, Golf.Tenrus, Boating, AxUtomobiling in sKapes that insure- comfort for the feet. -You can have severkl' pairs o of .leather shoes. See llit 'the name n sole. ;p r the price, of one pair eompcrej wilb those of Atexeleff. Tte Uuislau volunteers hid 10 fieM froru ibe start in order lo be- come an Army. begin without A bait. equipment, transport, cr stores. There were no Asters cr iovitios men 10 was no inducement j except pure Tbe Annj had aothtng 10 oJfer ihe recruit he Jotaed; net. arms. Yel It grew like a 9Dowba.ll. From tium to time thoie n'bioh hid succeed- ed in arming themselves would Mtu-k i force of UolsheTitL! and. God wllHnj. troulj c.vaure siHVTieJeul srmi lo equip dralt ot tiro or re-1 cruha. Nerer bai tbe ul of irivr been 'n such condition. iiorjr or tbe Toluniwn miVvi in epic ai full ot imgftdy of her- oltm. Their amount TO iDEitthioa; like 15.000. The fivat "Kara- r jllotr Kgiioeni, wbicli it the presintj counts 500 haj seen o.OOc1 throush Its ranki. uml of Duih" bus lost durlps 4 Mmllar period -raeu of all I who fouglil siJu by side for the ol Russia. Of itie first ItiS-1 j ers none are leti. AlercieK. who foini-l j ej ibe force, was carried off by ilj-, i ness while his was still Eling {or exislPiicc. Kaledin is said u have coininiUed sutrldfl at the Ihoughi j ic( the misery which bad ormLiltei. j Russia. Korniloff was killed hi re- j p-.lins 'an attack by, a force of Uol-' I who Irad in IhE- rear if the army on Ihe shores ot the lllack j "United i was thaiitss largely lo the eialied I and ihe aluLesmKnUKc su-; j saciir of its first leader, General Alei-i I elelf, Ciat ibe Volunlter army acquir-; i cd at aa early stage ihe inotueulum 1 Jo! j eousirucme political force. Its moito, Russia." owius lo its J simplicity, was powerful enough tc mate itself heard and accepted above :he din of political cofifuslon'. It to Ihe aiDiy.noL only-ibc "officers and soldiers who were siill willing to fight foi- a comnion nussian falberland. but. the spokesman ot all moderate political parties Tvho saw in a uniteil Has5ia only corner-stone of every practical poliiical programme. Alter General Ale.veietrs deaih, General look he ablv carried on his predecessor's uiii- iry and polllicdl wort. has already performeiil some very use- The army not only colds i ful prac-4.ical work, of whlcb. the1 most a i-OGtinuoua fronl in severa. I noteworthy is the removal of all tecon- bul aSio furnishes detarbmenU for the! omic between the (erriiories policins of the territories it has re joccupled by Iho armyand i-onquered from the BolslieTists.'Ji ia and training new troojis; and throngh its "Special Council" it i: itia.1 you wip noif Fortune ecnptyhind r SOirniHOHT, Kui June Tht Drklih Isbor ririr conference i'dofled n cillln? tor ibe lon o( Germiny to LUe E 1A1WIFIED PRINCE ALBEHT, Siti., Junt Thai Canttilft'a pcAce not t4ke urxtu ahtr the pe of i members without portfolio. of NktloDi and the ImatedUte mliloa by Ihtr of the prorfilona of ibe treaty wLJcb are not wilh 'the raade en behalf of the allied fovern- when the anufet.ee was ono vote. Tba rtwIulloQ-which -was introduc- ed b.T4J. Haiaity Mac Don aid, alco call- ed upon the labor movement in con- junction wlih the SohaUita' luteroa .UoBAl to hiilte n victory campaign la. support, ot ibs policy enunciated In ihe: resolution as the ttep to- Ward ihe rerlusincAlion ,of peoples and the .inauguration of u neis- eri co-operation and i wilL I Had padficil, mishl sp'eak worthily for j ih? whole nl Ttusaia. The fofroiir'of this aspiratipu c-ati liest'lj'e (ell In the words ,uf A woudcr- Uil" speech uiide by 'General iJcnftQU j'Jusi.before the arm ice was dbclareil I'oil' Ihe wtsierQ-ironf; -Anil .noi; wherj Ihe hour of Ihe end _ of the world war te uurtr, all tbe i SULes. in the persons .oi-.their best men of counsel invested with the con- Mdenee -of .tlie-itatlons wJll-dprliio IJie "i'fite ,ol'lhe world, by, whom Vlll Rus- j'sia pol- j luiefl all lliaf.was holy to us? tfy those I who .spat: uppujlhc lUissian soul ami crashed 1L with the. dirty Bolshevist.! j IrcaL-herausly-j., by parliament indkatti la telciraiu'-rocfrli'ed.. (ioiUyl by Mayor XcLeod from premier Rorden In swer to a reiiueii for JntormtUoc tent lo the y re rater a few no. The ineiisxe says: Tour telejram 23rd. Wblle wo hive Dot kbaolutely decided (be ques- tion, It Ii She ciltbni- lion Ttlll tike'placo oeea and oa JL day tlifid by the Klnj'J proclamation. The Ireit. In muil be lo tbe pirlla- mean of the Brlllah dominions before U Ii j So mo tlmo BKO the iirpvlaclkl pre- uiitr out letter lo all tke cliles. ind'juuDicipiUtlei in Inco (he diy pt ih of to be obaerred ,a holidiy, oiioy munlctpilltlei IJBT roade lo inucdlatel the .Hleclnj oi It Price, 01. CaD-Annei, a leturred loldler. hit Toot IB i while Corking a anil vas fcUIcd. The composition of Ihe council and he polltical-recpTds'; oi its jnembers arc such as. to inspire confidence. IL j (he Crimea, I fie tJie Knban. U ia now unifying in these- lerrilorles railway, post and .telegraph exploita- boginninc lo shape a policy to carer all forms of organization in tbe New Hu-isia. The "Special which is attaried lo tho Commander- in-Chief, 13 compi General Dragoi jraiitical oL the commander- in-chief. Lutomsky, General quarlertDasler- (now tions tariffs, ami preparing to tmclerlake the coalrol of export anil import trade aad oi tonnage. It is nP turned' upoti their falherlaiid and with j enemy.made for! themselves-a' temporary, and epheui-1 era! prosperity? Cly ihost-, finally, who honestly autl.'unselfishly rought (or tlie Ealvation ol'the country, hiit still speak in different JfiDgu.ifCS aiitl j up to cannot agrte with each dlli-' 6r. During more I ban stx years of two vrara anj during the revolution I have oflcn enough looked death in the eyes anil liAve suffered enough njoral tor- tures, but when I think dishon- our, of the lerriblp iha.1 in A Message to Mothers who are Weak, Anaemic, Nervous, Run Down QNLYlafriotherknows I ioied as follows- j bank, considering the issnc of one cur- nr-lrorr, presidenl and "kms oiler to goTerrior-gencral ot General Ko'icano'Jsky, stall.1 "M. ?azonoff, M, foreign'- (tlep- EO eslahlishins a central All-Russian coming Court of Nations nofcprly (o defenJ our couutry uoiv us she lies in the dust and is torn into shieds, lo cry with heaVy, un- her, (-jr mother, bur dearest our we must carry li'cr to the i International Court, so UiaL she'mav pointed the OmakxB- eV.en itl-d voicc. WDat ana Ekaterlnodar .Governrconla at i soclaL-and co'mnjercial life- No Voice at Peace Council !ti x. The refusal of. tho.Peace Conterence tc receive M. Bajonolf, who ivas ap- E'" Paris, has been a billet- ment Husziansjrho have remaln- erj io the allies ant] to the ideals for wiich Ihe allies fought. It was the trade anJ indnstriej. hope ahd aim of the pioneers 01 the M. Shnbersliy, transporL .-_-_-- _. M- TcbeUstchev. justice. volunteer army to raise the honour of their cooutry out of the mire Jnto M: been which BolsheVlsm had trampled It, and ed Professor j to create an clement when the Astfoff anil Feodroff, [time came for Europe to "be-settled i Why Pay tQ a Ton for Your Hay HOW TO AVOID IT! There is only one way to aroid it, and that is to buy an irrigated farm with'the bay on it and cat it up yourself. It is still possible to obtain a few hay farms at re a sonable not for long. We are selling hay farms every dry farmers are buying the land to get the hay. Do Not Delay! EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CENTRE OF THE IRRIGATED DISTRICT. CROP FAILURE IMPOSSIBLE.- The Garden Spot of the North-west WE'INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE COALDALE DISTRICT _ Suggitt Agency Townsite, Coaldale Offiet R207; Residence R810 people mand. The loaders' of the volunteer'army have been branded as "reactionaries." II anarchy the object.of progress and (he corubaling of anarchy ia reac- tionary, then tie tillc is a juat one. But if is so; seldom has the cause of reaclion found sucli derolcd and champions. how hard, spmetirries, is the burden-she Has Day by day, paliently and cheerfully, she ahouldcis the manifold responsibilities of the neglecting Keraelf in the cffoit (o cue forlhc of And allhough atie KideB her own' and Anxieliei behind Jmili'ne face. iheie time when her ticAlln'ccTa undermined, her vitality Ker tc- carqca '-Ifftfls she 1 go on any longer. h it in cue! like aucK a v.-oadeiful efiect. M'lncarnit new i new blood, new- f BecAUte Ja a resloriilive tinri a blood, iKat it Joclon ftcam- mend Don't Iri your duly buftim ruin yo-ui Id youi uiet ud ipoil TOUT loeki. Don'l'iiifftf In Jtfu il'ici-- fl.lO'mnd TicnJIculj-. Winiumii CAB fire jou I hiuUS you rraJ. Tht of WMUBH baie be bj- llie racdictl {of niny ytut. WiDctrru'i hii fimaiu Tor thkd of cuhirr. lai'ified thitil hu iMMed U Accept BO vbbhrtn. Buy rtU ink KM bn BB- uaiUried (or ywn. 017 you> UnJe of To-diy. Aik jrir a jbrutfr 'trt'w- A tfrdairlfi-r. ant XrrTf-fttJ- Or COLEHAN ft CO., 1'onn.kXD ST.. TcioVTO. I Silfl c S. BALI, RuiJenl RiimJ. KB. ,79. VETERANS' DAY RAYMOND .JULY 1st. GRAND AWAKENING, 5 A.M. BAND SERENADE AND GRAND PARADE, 9.30 A.M. PROGRAMME IN OPERA HOUSE 10.3C A.M. MARTIN WOOLF, M.L.A., ORATOR OF THE DAY. AFTERNOOii! 2 O'CLOCK, SPORTS AT VICTORIA PARK. PROGRAM Racss from 6 Ics H yean; lit 2nd and 3rd print, ll.M, SOc, 25e. quarter mile tor under 14 yclrt of nd Riding wilh 6jddk, Profdilorul; J35.M and I Riding with Saddle, amltcur; J26.00 and Mll< Horn for All; JI5.00 ind 110.00. Yard. Foot 55.00 and Riding! per 3addle Horse Race; and t3, Clvll- WO Yardi Relay Rici; Vgteran 10lhr-Calf Roping; Mile Hone Rate; Free for of War; Veterjnl va Civilian. 6addlt Hone Race; yj mill; 110 and 45. Pony flact under (4 bundi; mtil be by Rider; 15 and Walk, Trot ind Run, Frtt for All; 110.09 and Entrants Fafe 10% of flnt Admission: Children Free under 14 years; AdulU 2Sc. GRAND BALL at Opera House in the Evening ;