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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN' THE LETHBRUXIE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH fipkhevik vs Menshevik Russia's Problem Today; What Will be the Outcome? bui this fsltcd. And in t'.ie meantime some o! the actions ol uow toverri- mtul made the tltuilMi more rtitfi- cull. Two instances may bo quotw. The new covemmeiu has a iirojwt or modifying the suffrage for uluiiictpall- Iks. Curtailing somewhat the uni- versal suffrage, one oMiifc standard arllrlcs yolititttt taitii of both Soc- 'lal revolutionaries and Social-Demo- TO CONFER 1919 GRAIN CROP 'mESHDMSEki E.- Playdir. Olficial Corres- Fcrcei in VOSTOK. Feb. >'By maill- opir.ion la Russia, so far as parties and groups. are se-ems at preseni in be uwre more crvslalized. tlian i. change in the attitude ot inrties towards the B-jIsheviki. ;v chaise still joins on. and resulting froS rcwnt political events. The pai'i- to fufht the Bolsheviks were ihe Soci- J on ll'.e o! universal fuf- to ruk' ilit country. To parties m'sh! be added tiie mill- tar.1 eksieut m.-narehist tenden- ciei. although this could scawely be sn organic! party. t'je Omsk cony d'etat aud the overthrow c.' the Aksentyev director- lies! question of tile day tuns became: YV.'.et will the Social Hevolutloaarits the Social'Deraocrat-Miwislieviks crat-Meushc-viKs. impression was Then, too i deep made only on party folk but.of the Constituent As- sembly afttr the December disorders in Omsk. As reported, these were taken out of the Omsk prison by a group of cificers auil shot. The blame is laid uoi directly on the Omsk government, but on the military ty which was instrumental hi crvat- ing that government. Some of the men eiecuted were iirouiuienr. am! Jo; Ot the two the Social Revolution- influential.'especially with tbe antry; 1 tan They Compromise? The. possibility-ot cajupromtee the most ot them were ensued iu ftrugsle against Bolshevism. Hate Tito difficulty in the way of com promise lies, however, rather in Match J. An, president of Iho Winnipeg Grain Kschauge. will go overseas to I join Dr. McUill as representatives ot jibe- .exchange M ihe allied trade- con- ference, where arrangements be v made for the Iiaudliug-ot tlic !SU- COPEMI-VGhX. -Malch Mf ,o newspapers protest iu strong terrrs j iu a few days. This action asainst the reported proposals of UcclJeil by the council ct Hie ex- allied supreme council to sive 1'olaml j i-haast- tliia morning. a corridor through. Uermauy (o lialtic. The Zeitung Aminl'aB s certaiu that an attempt I" 1 h troops at IJsnzis will he yosed by rotlitary force. j Wolff, writlllfj in.llie Tageblatt. that if the landing cf Poli.-h trojus can not be prevented, uo (iermau dele- j gates should go to the peace confer- eitcc. The (jermtnia declares that uoj [German government would sigu u[ containing the reporttJl I peace tieaty u. U-onditioni. i if- -he r Directorate o( Kive. the monarch.st essential difference of opinion than itMKiustaii masses follow the yeas-i the facts ?el down. The very Hadu-als? a ruilltarv- dictatorship is cbhorrem I SO Per Cent. to the dcmtH-ratlc elements. They; lnMSM'aro comnoied the with! would rather a faulty popular I peas- were J government than prder at ttic nanosi Tho lvorWcgmeni lt -ti la to the tea- wor Ven ev .hairman was the jdebciei of the Kolchak group. An el- the and the slogan fort seems to have been made by some ttat the ops-U.ueut Assembly, jot the Ka De a comurom.se Watch tiie Tongue of your Young! 1 Your little Pets need Cascareto Clxldren think Castirets just dandy, ''T'-'. ate safe and mild citharticauidy. Sell for a work" evfry time. luniicr ay itself, while Hie latter will re- sult ill ihe restoration of the olil re- gime. In view these facts it is not sur- prising that the tjue'stion of some prac- agreement with ihe Bolsheviks Clean the places. Do away with th? Me, vyhkii isikeeping your-little onsaoss, feverish and sick. ChndfEhiqw Cascarets, because toGxm A a like eating candy. Cascarets act better than-fastor oil, catend or pte on the tender stomach, liver and bowels. .Casorets never pipe, 1 never injure, and da not disappoint the wprriea mother. Give harmless. to children qnryear cJd Each box rorlains fuU directions. United radicals. The peasa, m> St) per cent, of the iau poiiulation. are little1 concerned with poliiical problems and liave a idea as to various forms o' sovern- racut. The most vilal tinestion for nc-ui miii ilipin fc the land a-feusjla came to be discussed recent- men. .5 tne aim v bv the lUnstan.radical parties who i AH over Hussia the have Ireviouslv agaiust liolsUevism. taVn of the bu, that The reasoning of these radicals may me rly he longed ,o the lamllonls. ud brieflv summed nu in the foliowins are likely to stick to thai I, ml enns. They damned Bolshevism, j with imslii and mam. bo .1 rather irst. tor the concluding of the Brest- .itovsk treaty, which was a national and humiliation for Russia, and secondly, for dlsuersins with bay- onets the Constiiuent Assembly in December. whith ion of the democratic iirinciple. But ,he Brest-l.itovsk treaty eiisls. no more, and that cause of conflict has disappeared, and far as the other difficulty goes, tie radicals think that, while it micht be hard to secure from the Bolshevifcs a Constituent Assem- bly elected by suffrage, it would be more feasible Ulan to eipect the In HMJ'frroper comtruc- tlou of the "Bridge in .wui mouth" calls for a high degree .of skill and UntKtledte. And of iuiiwrUics is the mater- ial goes iuto the wort. work In dentistry Is dis- tinctly an American irqprove- me-nt. Trained in America's fore- most dental colleges our skill is uuo.uEstipneil and the material which we employ is of the best. These two; factors permit us to KUarantee our bridgcivork tor liflccu years.. THIS MONTH WE ARE GIVING OUR REGULAR We Practite h b Art Drs. Bruner, Richards High Grade Ammam Dartvtry PHONE 363 Ott Elk., 4 Doors from UtkbrMje Hotel, LETHBRIOCE, ALBERTA V CALCARy 115A EIGHTH'. AVENUE, t' i CRISTAUL BLOCK. is a-bout to go beyond theoretical dis .._POUSH Save Leather Keep your Shoes Neat AND PASTES etACKlwmn.TAH AMD ciission. It ie .stated that Spiridonova leader.of the Social .Revolutionaries Jeft, who was charged with be instrumental in Count Mirbacn's assassination and SmprisouelTby Uie has BOW been' releas ed together with some o! the leidini anti'BoIshevilis radicals, it Is' alS' slated that some of. the Menshevi leaders have entered the teulral-S' viet. I Trouble With Ukrainian! A large part of the Ulrraine is bein controlled by the Chekhovsliy an Pelliiira governments, that is by U raiiiian Social Revolutionaries and Social-Democrat-Jlenehsviks. While the atrueglc betwetn and the Bol- sheviks seems to go on, there have been rumors of peace pourparlers be- tween Petliura and. Lenine. These ru- mors found partial confirmation in a ater report of Ukrainian envoys' go- ng to .Moscow to discuss eeonoinjc luestions. 'Another not less important report is that representatives of the constituent Assembly, including Ciier- nev, went to 'Moscow for negotiations with the Bolsheviks. If a workable agreement is readied between the Bolsheviks on one side anil-the moderate Socialists and Radi cals on the other, question aris Ing, will be more than one of the strength the united parties will have as compared with the groups support ing the new Omsk and Denlkeh: gov- ernments. Without tbe support of the masses the proposed the Bolsheviks and moderate Socialists will be unable to effect, anything. The most important question is: Will" the too much to expect him to supp parlies winch misbl include seme jis former landlords. The Social ne- votutionaries, who are pre-eminently the peasant's Socialistic party, had the support of the peasantry in all (lie elections of the list .two years, not because the peasant understood their program but because their sa'.ution of the land problem appealed to him. The Ukrainian Radicals auu ou'iet- Sot-i.ll Revolutionaries con- trol over CO per cent, of the Russian, population at present, eo there is sooc1 j ason to believe thai a possible radi- -at union would fcold important conse- for Russian politics. If a general election B held through- ut all Hussia It is. nirt likely that the Jolsheviks hire n majority, as jeir adherents are drawn mainly from le city prolelsriat, not irijni the ntry.' Tliis fact appears to give the Allies their cue. They have stated hat they will not support any anti- evolutionary bodies in llussi-j. They might go .'ariher and declare that, without dictating to Russia its future crra of they will wel- come a'government deriving its inaiv date from the people'on.the basis of universal suffrage. This would put the Bolsheviks in-a .dilemma. Russia must nettle ber'bwn .'problem, tliat is evident. .'But il the people bt Hussia are encouraged to settle it wisely and quickly the'Allies can girt' at least that much valuable assistance. Tells How to Stop Bad Cough me OMU. A li you hive severe coujh or chest cold accompanied with soreness, rthroat iicfcle, or difficult breathinp, or ii your child wakes up during ths nisto with croup and you want, quick bclp.try this reliiliie old hofit-made eouj-h remedy. Any drusfist' vou with ounces ot Pmox.lop. 1'uur '.his into a 16 -oz. hut- tie and fill ths Lottie with plim laled Eucar syrup.. Or you canuseclun- i iniell tUtfAl ajllljl. iled molasses, lioncy, or com 6Uad of sugar sjrup, if daired. -Thil makes 10 ounces ol really r Btead of sugar sjr'u'p, if desired.. makes 10 ounces oi really remancanl coujb remedv. It tastes, Rood, and ni j spite of its low it can be depended upon to (rive quick and lastini! relief. You can (hi) lake hold of coujii in a wavy that moans liusiness. It loos- ens and raises tiie phlppm. atops throat tickle and soothes and the imtaus mrmhrnnes tliat line the throat and bron- chial tithes such .promptness, ea-e and certainty, that it is really Mtca- Pinet 13 a and trafed compound of pino extract, and is proftalily the best known mains of overcoming severe throat and chest cnlds. There are man v worthless ihis mixture. To avoid (iisappoimraintj for omm of lull directions and don't accept anything eue. Guaranteed to ?ivc absolute satisfaction or money proBtilly refunded. foot Co., Toronto, Ont. any, titne, your car is in the, or on tne it is liable to sustain a damage or damage somttKing else. The most exacting precautionary measures do not make your car immune from accident. Don't take any chances. We policies, which protect you from l whether by fire, theft, collision, damage or personal injury, j I No cav should be without this protection. Act before it is too late. SIGNER i )GETT LTD. Head Office: Branch to M. P. Johnston, and K.- Pliones65l and 1191. GibbonV and Co.i'an'ti aOtedcliff to the Storter Agtnciti. HOUR AppnxiicJtHlnd KidtieyRtorMii often cnneoi ud people nctfl tboM iMdittacisMGan Staff Colic OK In StOttC EBOWS 12 IketnxMe. MuUU'.i Specific will care without pain or oper- ation. Ftr it all Ktiumniended by J. O, Utt.br A Modern Shoe Hbspital Don't throw away your old shoes. Givt ihein a new ittese on chance to serve-you, Jusrtecause the heels are run down corners or the soles arc dwn fo men that their possibilities arc exhausted. Kf'nd Ihcm lo and we will Mturn Ihetn III mnro months o( eenrlcc. We'll cull your ahocs, and tSem and agtin. FRANK MILES 511 Foarth PIMM1717 ;