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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THK LKTHtmUXil-: 1UH.Y UURALD MONDAY, MARCH ing the people who are likely Ut ''83'- Exery mau wua joins the Hod aray I is suic ot U> own food, and also self itosd lor his wife and children. :army is fed betme anyone else onJ (out" vreporiiott to classes. Even worSwet set nothing until the army has crmtigh. fa largi- nuuibers of join the army tor t'ae sake of setiirs Tiie London Wesiminsier Gatelte lhcll have ,j at il for ftar recently a interview en- j of iosine iheir food. HesMes. if litleJ Truth About i eivcs a graphic account of the life the r.ussisui people are leailinjii wiv Mder the rule o; ihe Holshevlkl. Rule By Soviets 'ifwlish Trades Unionist Givti Intimate Details of How the l[ Russian People ftn Uwkr Rule of the The t "of the Gazette H Mr. auv irioks ility are not only pun- ,ej 'ana sho: theiniclves. but their and parents are ,.uu stand almost anything ier than see his -wife. mmm CMMTfl Trmin'Uft Kails Into Swilrh the cost of I'oaouclinB business ot the "co'u'iitry of the- Dsral year vouuuracinc -April 1. An Interim supply bill covering prob- ably oue-sitth. ot ihe whole estimates will likely be agreed upon by tho gov- ernment aad opposition at tho of the week. This woulil provide government with all the funds ed until the end ot June. onsideratiou ot the Leader Told Audituce war resolution wilt also1 ItMMIEIN mastim be moved by the minister of nuance at an early date. U is likely to be de- hareJ at some length. an unionist.I and parents starved to death. went to Kussia before the varied ihe use they make of this kind ot broke out to install certain new pro- j is devilish, cesses in connection with the print-, Picked Army j SASKATOON, March and lithographing trader. Mr.; -Soldiers have to be careful, tor' mfn killed and one seriously in-J Keeling was admitted a member of th, ra are lets of spies among them. jurej when the engine, baggage and i union, and psfsias Then besides the regular Red army espress cars of Canadian National all Ills lime among the working i chpre is 3 special picked army which Railway passenger train Xo. Sas- classes, he hud admirable Ke.s everything- it watits. food or jiatoon" lo lefl the rails at lies ot seeing the whole course of j anything else, and all these mtu know crashed into grail) events fiucc the downfall of the i j( they don't tight they will elevator and were burled under sev- from the ranks of tht workers. He: so Ihey fichl to save their mvn erai ions 0( jr-iiu shortly after 10 spent ISIS In iravelllos about Raifl.v food and to prevent their wives anil 0VUwk this uiorninf. The (lead In- the interest-! of the llolshcviki. j children frooi starring. That is their vha regarded him as :ra and way ot keeping valuable man. anil it was only after) "Kow can'men at the top. 1-enine. from ilie country. Ho was in Russia j tellisente sit Ihtre for the whole pc-rioil ol lie revolution] and lei this so nn: are they devils or 'until the Pih ot January this year, i was asXed. O. Metealfe, engineer, Saskatoon; Operator Uishop. returned soldier, Wlseton. Seriously injured: -f.. aitvmtui-es narrow J Trotsky and the nt all. y Armstrong, fireman. Saskatoon, tscjpes that he nunaseJ 'o escape events, is supposed lo have in-1 xone of the passensers on the irain were iujured. faulty Jvreiius w in the interview v.-jth the West- j "I suppose _vou would say they are mlnMer liaie-lte H makes the follow, j children ami (tie remainlEg ber ileiiendents; 614 wera cabin 1.016 steerage. The steamer sailed Iron Liiervool on Mardi 15 and in ado the puuge eijlit days. it up, privileged wreck caused by a iwiichi which'turned Ihe traiu on a) siiietiack when it.was purling into Ar-j The engineer was just-besin-j nins to apply the airbrakes, and ihel turn was too sharp tor the Bpced of i into wbidl lhe trato' and crashed was almost full ot grain. It I a feVv, starring the many, and shoot- ing Afked how many could fae found who would go.on day after day adminis- y thU diabolical system this J spectacle of helpless under I their pyes, Mr. Keeling paid: "Most of I nro.quite-younp. some notorious-j ly had manv mere boys j whom ive'-would call hooligans. One hurst, sraotherfug the two men. died r.t 1.35 p.m. LOCAL BRANCH ALBERTA-MUSICAL FESTIVAL HAVE A CONCERT TO BE HELD IN KNOX CHURCH Oil THURSDAY, M'ch 27 AT 8.30 P.M. 3 Church Choirs, Large Festival Choir, 6 Soloists Cents. class aud scarcely anylhine others. 1 knew how to deal with _ uu tmr syui. i rvutu iu utrai i> tin Class tour the former ricli Ruisian should Mr has ,3As ierroriziOE lave cither goi out ot the country or Long List of Resolutions and Motions on Ap- propriation Soon i starved 10 death or shot or have tusntd themselves into workmen in order lo get !ood. I cannot tell you mere, for nobody knows. Other claEues are those that get some food- ami those ibat get'hardly any cia'lly. -To gel food you must in wilh the and tteu city put you into the first It is reir difficult to set there. 3iid_iery' easy to get out. Tney degrade y_ou for sllehl reasons -which you caiicot clfeeoVer and then you starve. trades unions have been degraded be- raise they opposed the Bolstieyiti or offended them eomchoir. No'Private tCns -has cards and says Mr.'-keelms, "but all private tradi'ns Is forhiaden and nearly all tie shdps in shot.-'Tfifre are a ftK huQdred. municipal shops, and yen, are supposed (D receive a nslf- poiind of bread av day. .Potatoes, butter, meat and susar are filed, at reasonable prices, but as a matter o( a long time pest nothing has bten 'sold- bdt and even fnairlianed for several days in 'De' cember. 1 nave beeu sii days ivith- out bread, three days without any-j thing to eat eicept ihe so-called I public dinner, -which consisted .of] "watery soup, a. small piece of salt I fish 'and one eighth of a pound ot hrewl. Sometimes they offered ine oats as if I was a horse, trhen there bread. All children are in the first class. Jor the Bolsheviki is tttil all cbildrtn should% be the al. .the state, -srhile ihcir parents.go-to but the children are'starving in great numbers. "It you'are not in the first class, or are degraded trom it you lo j 'prowl and try to get food' wcretly, but this is a punishable! olfeace for n-hicli sometimes people j may even be shot. People go to the' couo'lry. lakinj anything they ihint! the peacants Vill lake in exchange -for food, and get a bag ot flour, or few-potatoes. But'It is illegal to go j out ot. town without a permit or tor buy.anything -when you ger tnsjre, :the Tied Guard may stop them and them as they come bacfe. and. if they find anything, confiscate it and, often arrest (lie people and carry them off. 1 saw a -woman -who had gone to the country and got 20 j pounds ot Hour from her own native place for.her children, who were starving. She was eeized bj' the guard at the station when sht was trying to gel bafi and they took it from her, although she fell on her knees and Im- rilortd tbem with tobi lo let her kusp only: a few pounds. "Then ivhen ahe found it xas no she Hirew heraelt under a train and Tvs3 filled. Money No Use "It maXes It worse lhal you have j quanlltles money in your rocket' but can buy nolhinc. _ I -have had rouMes worth sterling in mr packet, and have not been able lei liny a piece rj( bread. You don't trouble about money. You pay fire ahilllntjs (11.25) a lump tor r.ugar It TOO get it. A workman's wages n monlh at the old values, but though he can still huj a for be cannot bur a WJ1 of bread for People wio have.food will not sell it (or roubles because they are worth lasj and there is nothing to buy with ..thwn, so the Bolsberifei cannot get fowl, though Uiey are trying to, and having iritli Ihe peasanis in cbnsequence. 1 pelteve myself there i< food in. HujsV to alire, .for the Harrnst b'trt It csnnot be' got It It ail boarded aid oonceaM. ".Nhie4eatlis of'tlie kwp ra Ihe-Bolgtierikl to to like vnld do io get riil of Iheaa they hoir, bnt xou hare to c IMiSbevlM art clever atwt'are teed- NEVILLE-OF WESTERN CANADA LOSES SUIT FOR LIBEL IN LONDON LONDON, March dian Aaavcixied operations in real estate in western Canada aarned him sonic notoriety, haa unsuccess- fully sued the Daily for libel.. -The basis of the action was critlcam In tin paper plaint .tiffs promotion of the'sale ef an estate The jury returned a verdict in favor of the newspaper without reaving 'tht box. OTTAAV.-tr March by private members will engage the i attention of parliament this afternoon.; Monday being set apart for the ness of members for several weeks subsequent the concltisiou of the debate on the afldress. Private mem- bers have a long list of resolutions and motions for returns it? order: paper and several of them'are likely to be considered today. There is a possibility that the esti- mates might be reached for the first time before the .house adjourns and if they are the civil government votes; will be taken nji. The fiscal year ei- p ires -in another week and nothing has yet been Toted of the estimates tabled Great Dispersion Sale HAVING SOLD MY FARM HOLDINGS, I WILL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SALE AT MY MONARCH FARM, ONE MILE NORTH- EAST OF MONARCH, AND FOUR MILES SOUTH AND TWO MILES WEST OF NOBLEFORD, ON N. W. QUARTER SEC. 8, TWP. 10, RANGE 23, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN. On Wednesday, March 25th 19W, COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK W, -THE FOLLOWING Live Stock and Farm Equipment THIRD LYCEUM ATTRACTION SCHUBERT SEXTETTE OF CHICAGO, U. S. A. One of the most brilliant Ladies' musical organiza- tions before the known throughout Western Canada. Program featuring both popular and classical selec- and instrumental AT KNOX CHURCH Tomorrow, TUESDAY at 8.30 p.m. 7Sc On at Armstrong act! Raworlh s Jewelrj' Jloie, or may be obtained from any member of the Lyceum committee. fiUd of Higb-GnideBerf Stock Cattk lodhead and Z year old steers; ISO head i; 2'ana Syear' oU heifers; 275 head of cows front 4 to trade and roistered Hereford ana These cattle are of hish grade breedtaj of the beef types and are all dehorned and will be sold In lots'tosuit purchasers. A number ot milch COWE, now mllkiiJB and others to bo fresh bter. oa .will also be ottered. 40 head work stocS, comprising 20 head ot mares trom t to ot age, bred to registered Bullion, service tee mares are well.broke to harness' and weigh, from HOO to.iSOO head of geldings, well broken, 4 to 7 years of age. weighing trom 1100 to Ibs. This stock will be ready, to go into spring work cs 'hey have been receiving grain for some-time prior to date of sale. Farm Implements One Bull Dog power fanning mill, as good as.nbw; one Fosslon hand power fanning mill; one Vcisoul grinder, 11 inch plate; one Fleunr Ensilage cutter, J4 inch blower_aUachmeat, and thirty feet pipe sufficient for carrying into hay lolt. This machine i, In perfecf order tirf with jt seM havo The Robintw Folding Bath Tab fw ten. years, in. 27 In. 18 In. deep Comet tcfl? lor use. When not in tne can M folded and pot 'rKtid by having 'one la your home. Prepiil naoB ncafl al trice, Ageafi wanted. W. R. COLUNS, GeienI one Armstrong well machine, with complete string .or drilling tools and 400 feet ot 54-Inch' steel cable. This machine ia in shape to ro lo work at once; one ten-horsepower Stichney engine, portable, and whicli hai been used principally to operate well macnine; three Hi h.p. Macitoba pumping engines in good working order with' pump jacks complete; one heavy service rump jack, manufactured by Ontario Wind Engine and. Pump Co, worm drive; one double corn and bean planter; one Emerson riding corn cultivator, indis- ptnsablo for cultivating row crops of all kinds; one walking John Deere corn and potato cultivator; one surface packer, 10-ft. one Brandon packer, Campbell subsurface; .one Boss wooden harrow, 24 feet widn; me steel lever barrow. C sections; four Me- Cormick discs, 16il6 tonguo truck; one steel land roller; four loot cultivators with extra nhovels, com- plcle; two flmerson triple 13-inch bottom gangs with breaking and lubblc bottoms; four 2-boltom John Deere gangs with slubblo bottom; one 18-inch John Deere stag sulky; one 16-inch Deer high lift sulky; ono 16-inch Stag Deero sulky Kith breaker and stubble bottoms; ono Coctohult snlky -wiih slubhle nnd breaker bottoms, complele; one i-bottom Deer engine gong plow, slubblc boltom; too tield feeding wagons, complete with in good order, one for 20 head of stock, other J2 Indispensable for tettiinc ivork horses in field noan hour; two Van Brunt IS-runner press'drills: two high-wheel 22-riinner V.atr Brant drills; one International inaoure Krnerson manure spreader; two complelo blftcksmith outfHa, inclviding anvils, Blocks and die setB, saws, hammers) Trrcnches, drills, etc.; a large quantity ot 26 and S3 inch woven hos'wlre will also be two Owens' smnt cleaners with sels ol work harness, in good order, having been recently repaired anil oiled; one 8-secllon spring tooth cnltiva'tor; Titan ten-twenty kerosene tractor, complele, with self-steering device, extension mnil lugs And threshing pulley, In good condition; some steel drums, oil pump wllh hose, etc., useful around trsclor; thrco used l-'ord cara, these have, hfen used by us In Ihe- operation of farm and arc in good working order and repair, two arc 1917 model touring ofio TJ17 roadster body wJth truck box; one Do Laval cream separator Xo. 12, capacity <50 Ibs. per hour; ono Fresno 4-horsc Bcrajicr; one slip scraper; a large number of cvencrfi and trees of ail Mies, small tools, forks, shovels, etc, loo numerous to mention; 6 dozen Wyandottc strain hens; a quantity of potatoes will also be offered, HotmhoU Famine, comprising Stoves, Detlu, Cluin, etc. Free hot mtals served all day on tiie ground. Parties torr.ing from a disianco on Inc. night trains arriving at Monarch will he met by conveyance It wo arc notified ami sleeping accommodations secured. Arrangements arc belnir made wllh the n. H. Co. lo have ttock CITS placed at Monarch, anrl bedding will bo provided stock yards enabling any one to ship same day ot sale. OF' Cash. On horses other equip- ment 8 monthV time'will ba given on approved notes bearing interest at All under 525.01) net cash, and over tbst Vh discount will be allowed. H A. JOHNSON. H. E. MEtBACH, Proprietor AUCTION SALE of FARM STOCK I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. F. O. PICRCI ,TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, MAR. 26 AT I O'CLOCK SHARP On the north quarter, Section 36, Tp. 7, 21 30 Head high grade Shorthorn heifers. years old, due to fresh in psid May; 5 cows clue fresh shortly; 2 milking; 1 high'gratle Shorthorn bull, 4 years olil; 1 stag. 1 years old. IW'J Ills.; 12 he.irt ot steers and hellers, 2 years old, Shorthojn lireediuj. These cattle are nil ot the Dewell type sultablo lor or lit'ef, Ileds imtl Roans In l -HORSES: 1 Hoan mare. S yours old. 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding; 5 years o'.cl, 1100 1 s'.i ot heavy trucks, suitable tu carry cook TERMS OF per cent tJlh, the bslanw to ipprov. ed joint notes payable November 1, 1919, wUh 8 per cent, intsrest. on all credit amounts or 7'per cent, off for cash, on 'the credit Amounts, v LUNCH WILL BE SERVED, F. G. PEARSE, E. ENGLISH, J. A. SMITH; Owner. Clerk R.C.Harvey's Humane Docker Jlarlnt; used liij. docker with. splendid results for years Jam pUdng it on the market. It cuts ancl sears immediately and prevents bleeding r have found this docker does not retord growlh of HID lamb as is thb case in' the old method ot docking, which puts the lamb back ono roonta. docker can be OM4 by any one. FOR SALE R. C. HARVEY 63 1 Slh Street S., Lethbridge Unreserved AUCTION SlkLl I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR: ORVAL DOOOS-K) SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND .RESERVE At HU Farm, Located Two Mies West of Schocl, aid fire miles North of the LetUmdge v ExpermenUl Farm. Oh THURSDAY, M'ch 27 AT ONE O'CLOCK, THS FOLLOWING DESCRIBED FARM EQUIPMENT; fj'an grey mares, S rears, Ibs.; J grey 7 HOO Ibs'; 1 bay mare, 5 yours, 1250 1 grey 1500 Ibs.; 1 grey, in'aro, 5 years. 1200 lln.; 1 sp'.xn bays, inare alicl; gelillns, 1 bay gelding. 5 yeara, 1600 1 gelding, 8 Ibs.; 1 spun ponies, colls lit side, ics.r' 3 2-ycartOM colls; 2 yearling colls. 1-mllk cow, Some Hog3, 24 Pullcls., 6 brtcclilng harness; 2 sets lead harness, nil compleU; I'; Imperial dang Plow, with breaker nnd stubble JS-lncK P. fe O. sulky plow, with breaker and stubble bottoms! i nearly new S.fl, McCormlck binder; 1 nearly now 4-ft. JlcCorinick mower; 1 t-tt. beering hay rp.ke; 2 S-fl. .McL'ormlck discs; I set four section sice! harrows; I fd Boss'lijrroffs; 1 Van. Hmnt rloolile dlsi. press drill; 2 Webber standnrd gauge Bat- ons; i sfcein Wchber w.igon, hew; 185-liushcl Old Dora. Inton 1 dump democrat; 1 slnjsls buggy; I Stewart liorso clipper; 1 llason fe Rfsch player piano, iicw; ntkei- household goods nn.d cqulpmcnl. ALSO A ORtAT OUANTITY OF SMALL ARTICLES TOG NUMtROUS TO MENTION. TERMS OF SALE, PETER UVALLEY-Aietionetr D. J. MCSWAIN, Clerk. PHofcf; 1801, ;