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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT DAILY "HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH BUMSSIBSIEM Churchill DtiLs With Situation in look is Dark LONDON. March the situntion in Ilussla, Spencer Churchill, secretary of war. la the bouse of commons last uisht 'raid lhat events during Hie mo or ibree months in Ukraine liad extremely disastrous to the French. lie paid they had entered from and gone some dislaix-o froai ihe coasi when tbey were loufruau'il by superior forces en red hosiiJ.tr from the people. The ary out that tMs Litter feature was someihioj "whit-li must be lully weighed, as it dan ger which might result from rash or ill-considered action." Khersou autj Niholaiev have been iakcn and is being defended ty French, Greek and Russian forces BoUherik atla-As, he The position of the Bolshevifci "far Odessa, he pointed out. has Rumania to very direct threat of iuvasipii.. which, with the Hunjansns advanciug'ou the other side, has made the situation very Uiifii-aU- In speaking of Hen, ItenHuue's the sjtJ that h Great Bri'.aiu'i: policy to give it support, but! net to involve any British He! that ivuttiue is "fighting (Je-speraiHv-Jor his native land aud (or- the world's civilization." There U aj British mission with Gerf. DeniX.nei and uiectical supplios, munitions, Iii-i slructors and technical advisors are' boitiE He saij that Geu. i Drmkiue had suffered a severe re-! whiic ativsuclns toward Novo I Tvtierkask. but by striking back to- jvr.rd ihe I'afpian, be had successfully taken The British reum control of the Caspian, but is a Bolshevik at Astrakhan. where the nartwr is at present, ioe- Lcimd. TO MARK WE Kttft.vs Above Ihe 1 and Pout Way.o Smlll detachments of Urltuh troop? the In- sirevn j dia are livtdtcs back without serious ftehtiiig Bolshevik emissaries seefclns to aliracire and spread dUlnrbauces j Ihere. j LONDON, Mar. (Correspond- ence of tho Associated toous are used as buoys above the clouds to mark the course of the long distauce airplane mail service from near Boulogne. France, 10 Cologne. says an announce- ment of ihe Royal lAlr Force which is operatinc ibis service. Each balloon Is marked wiiu sign? to indicate 10 the airplane pitot its exact locality and thus euablD the pilots lo shape their course anew when the weaiuer bad BAITS STRENGTH Evrryrxxry loves a baby and ertijibody wants aburv- ebntly robust There are nurrjr young ciuldren to witom SCOTTS EMULSION tiiia IB IM! latermk durtBf wnld be hctar AJmirat Kodak's ,nu.cs in ___ ,_ f-utvKms head. The poHco roport in the first investigation Vast Xoveiu- bor. which was conducted by Albert, resulUM In a i of accidental death and in the I report it was remarked that tho steer-! fnc gear of tile automobile appearal! in good working order, j Sersl. Ilirrick lias found, ft is i eJ today, lhat while tin- overcoat was I uot pierced in the back by kniff or] bullet, the coat, vosi aai! under-1 wero. It U Ills belief the dver-j coat was, put on the boay .ittcr the; to hide the evidence. f Kacharek left a wlfts and five chK-1 dren. The motive alleged mur- der has not yet bttn rovcaled. thai he bad death. The police were 1. vesttgatton by an t received by the clerk o! the court at BatUc'oiU. which was ;i'nl on to tbe e Uuilius headquarters of here, Ile- CONTRACTOR WITHDRAWS ..OTTAWA, March it under.; led to further in- tint in erder-in-councll has been j irionyffious tetter finat ai j, result of which J. njVlT T' T" tor lhe Obsc-tvcrs I UeorEC follow. L lin ar? to rejion inf up lhc due ia leltvr, "J T ot vveilher a'oovo ilie re case jj -lh. Bntisn have a UsuntuI of men ;am. the speed and cireeHon Kas Tl.e police as a symbol juwantee of, of io pais Ais information ,hlt Ka'chareh was first beat- lhe authority ot Admiral KolchaK. The dj6 nearest vireK'ES station government has supplied Admiral tninsmission lo the airplacft pilots. L-halc's armies with a very A chain of stations has] __ jber of sorae.caEnon uml crEaniiC1] routc-i tori i munitions by the ivay of the Siberian transniissiDii ot weather reborn and1 railroid. It is jnteuden to continue jj{ 0[ is comuvll- tiiis support bv sendinj technical In-iej )0 a ;0-rCeiI landing lie is ox- j experts lo Siberia." j peeled to report his location -By wire-1 The secretary saii ihat Hungary IfSf cr telephone, to the nearest wire- j Imd undergone a serious -poHtical j less station so that a truck can] [change and suowfrj a disposition to be dispatched to re'cover tao mails j i resist the will of the aHies "under the and render assistance id the airplane.! garb of but that there; As it is the intention ot the was no official confirmation of the! Air !Korce to maintain a nisrit mail! rumored invasion of Hungary by the (service on this route a chaiu o: light-1 Bolsherlfci. bouses have also bei'.i established and j 'Polami. with Germany behind il is announced, that the bM-[ I said. WPS in a very anarchic condition 11OOTS ue tor carryms sijnal Arthur, the contractor for Railway, withdraws .from fir. ticipatien in future.cftftstruction work. This will be taktn over by the beard of management of the government rijlwjyt, which, already announced, has tiken steps to call for contracts for ties. ami might degenerate unacr BolsheviS 1 urcssnre aal attack. He pointed out that, ihe.pofllion'of Rumania was also lights and remaining aloft at night as; a further guide to the t Should a pilot Icse his way in the] BolsheviEm and anarchy. Auction Sale ORVAL DODDS hich icas .to hive jbeen IpJDOJTQW is OT.-ing a later (MESNfll Out fw the Bis Sak of CATllE AND HORSES On SftTURDIlf 28 TAYLOR MU11NC CO. STOCK' VARDS loue of.anarcuy, that country having clouds, arrangements have teen maife Buffered terribly in the war and beins i whereby he will be able to get a. com- of food api all means of AVIlh a wireles3 station whlCl1 receive tllrccHonsj Ifaat efforts wouW be raade to aid Ru-jhou' lo 1'rocetJ to the nearest lauding I niinia vWch he fedded. was ihe isround. vrlrslpss gniiiance is ex-i aaainst the advancing tide of j USCftli 1Q Wpat1ier orj E-mergohcy landing grounds have1 been located aToug the route in adili-' :ii3n lo the regular terminals and the airplanes, carry pigeons to'he 1 in case of.accident. Tliis through service from .Marquise1 to Cologne presents difficulties lie- cause of the ranre feet higli between the.fUt country of thern bYance and ihe valley ot the stretc'u o! hilly country j ha.3 Fow places suitable for landing jand pilots flying above it frequently leDcoutttel" clones acd bad .The Royal Air Force his for some- j time been carrying mail regularly be- jtween Marquiie and Valenciennes and Xauiur, Belgium; and between Valen- ciennes and Spa, the headqvtvjters ofi U. S. CoaUHtioA Upheld at ferent Views PARIS, March' (Xssodaled1 United States View that submarine cables are-not prizes of war the armistict commission. was tipaeld by the supremo council III OT1TF yesterday. The question was nresent- rlilrl IN ed in a roiwrt'oy a cover- LU I I I UlUlnil. ing thrte main points. the com-! OF g three main poi: mittee was unanimous that cables! could be an act of military t necessity; second, the committee-was divided'oh the question as to cables were prizes of war like "war-' ________- the British, French and Japan- j ese iioidms them to be prizes, and the Disturbing Statement Made By United Spates and Italy .aidus tue op- Hm Winston pMiie view; third, the committee irasl M _ 'unanimous that the United States May Need Soldiers .other third parties should be consult-{ eU on the final disposition of German: va bits'landing on their shores. The! councU'finally toe view that; cables'are but are subject to the same disposition as other pri-j rate property. K is in this form, that< the. suuject will be drafted lor inser- tion iii ine treaty, j The decision -affects 13 German cables, including those to the United; States several in the Pacific con-; "necting former Gtrmsn colonies. j to School Desiring to Hold Sctiool Fits Commencing in the Spring of 1919 The Department of Agriculture al Edmonton pur- poses giving ihe organization, manage- ment and financing of School Fairs through the Schoci of Agriculture at Clareshcim. This notice tias re'crcnce to the territory In Enulherft Alhtrta esteoding from the main lino ot the C. smuh to the boundary. Briefly, the plan is thai a cmnmiltee of interested citizens shall IIP orgioized al the cenlrc at which il is proposed to holtl a Pair, which committee itill share, with the DepU. o[ anil Education (he work and cspense of the fair. A xroup ot from eight to twenty, fire conrenlenl lo the centre be selected. Garden scedi wiil be .through to .tKc; of .these The pnplls will plant Ihe seeds at home, care (or the gtriCTs daring the summer, and In the tall, eihlWt samples o! the fKivclf at a Kalr. Ofrls nill receive recipes and Inslruclloni! In comectloa itilh the sewing and cookinj lhat they will eihlhit at FUBTHSfl PARTICULARS APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO W.J.STEPHEN, Principal, Sicliool of Agriculture, LONDON, March tfr-e Military Service Act in the houie of commons today, Win- ston Churchifl, Mcreiary of declared that t it whole of Egypt wai in a virtual ctate of insur- rection. The potit.On was so dangerous, he a44ed, the government had to apoeal to men on the point of to return and save their comrades from being murdered. A Similar Opjfirorr the Red. White and Green Package is Familiar to All J70R- over twelve years 'the original Red, White and Green corn flake package has been a familiar combination of colors to all Canadians.. During all these years millions of Canadians have enjoyed TOASTED CORN FLAKES ALWAYS make sure you are getting the Kellogg's Toasted Corn Wlakes "which are only sold in the red; White and green package. Accept No Substituted 'Imitations. Only Made 'in Canada by THE BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO., LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE AND PLANT LONDON, ONT. tlic lionse of lords last r.ight Viscount M liner, tho secretary for the cjlonles, said. that in his oninlon the country was still -far from a certain and well es- tablished Tieate. Therefare', he de- clared, the army and navy could not be reduced. Details of Trouble CAIRO, Marcli official reports of in Ef ypt ancrft1 that two thousand in Tillages were sacked. The railway station al Gallon was wrecked. On March 14 UHitsh soldiers wwe murdered and a rnoh 'sacked and burned Btation at El Kefcah Kl Wasta. On March K Iho express from Cairo waa" pillaged! and .sereral trains were sacked. An employee of the state railway was On IMarcll 11 the mob raided police station at Jlinlct camp and re- leased prisoners. It then attacked station and the military nickel was obliged to fire. Thirty natives were killed md !3 ivoundeil. Several thou- sand native: attacked the station and the troops and pollca were obliged lo tire again. Twenty-two In i Cairo were Wiled and SO wonnded. The dWrderz in checked with tlie least uosslblc use of forte. j Altogether, 65 natives were killed and eight wounded here. NOTICE to FARMERS Owing to the advance In local butter market we are mak- ing the following prict.i in cream till lurther notice: SOc per Ib. of Butter Fat Ur No. 1 Sweet 48c per Ib. BtiiUr Fat for 2 Sweet Cream. 46c per Ib. of Batter Fat fw No. 1 SMT Crean. 44c per of Batter Fat for No. 2 Stw Cream. CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PKone 1576 PERUVIAN CRISIS PASSES Peru, March The caW- n'frt crisis has ended tiiroiigli the appointment of two new ministers. F. I'anlwi, member of. the chamber of tleputtea a lawyer, Iiaa been made p.nidler of justice, and A. Wreza Velgw, mtaister of rcturntd i way. Ilrat civic for was a success etcry The Robinson Folding Bath Tub Oiiarantecd for ten ycart, oO In. long, In. wide and IS In. deep. Comes up rnad7 for mt. VVnen not In Uso lan be folded and pnt awiy. your own best frleod by having one in your Prtptld Agents wanted. i w. n counts, Block. Alderta. I.EVM MtOTKtM UMrrtu TOtONTO R.C.Harvey'sHumane Docker Having used tbfs docker with splendid results for the past .two yean) 1 am rlacine it on the market. It cuts and scars immediately and prevents bleeding t have (ottrid this docker dots not.retard the growth'o! the lainb as is the case in tho old method, ot docking, which puts ths- lamb hack one month. My-hiimanc docker can be used by any FOR SALE BY R. C. HARVEY 631 5th Street S, Lethbridge AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK. IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS 1 ORCGSON, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 1st AT MIS RANCH, N.W. SEC. 1, TWP. 2, RANGE 25, W. 10 MILES SOUTH OF CARDSTON, NORTH OF KIM- BALL ON TRUNK ROAD THE FOLLOWING: 40 HEAD OF teiral ot slock ami vouuc; i team baj- drivers. 2000, Ibs.; 1 team sorrel mjres, 2000 ibs.; 3 saddle 3 ot 3-year-olds; Icam3 al and i number or other joone stocli. fA HEAD OF cows, Iresh; 16 cowl, fresh in spring; 12 head ot i-year-oWsfl 2-jear-olil I bull; 22 oead yearlings; a number of calres. _ sets breecbinr Inmess', 1 set crooper harness; 2 sets {low 1 set driving harness; 2 odd 4 good saddles and bridles; spurs and chspps. good wagons 1 democnt (We-, 1 Sludebzker Inisey, totiBiie and shafts; 1 net of bobi sleighs; 1 1 jrassey-Harria binder, 8-teet; 1 Deering arili; 1 Maawy-Harrls cultivator; 1 hand cultlTator; 2 disc harrows; 3 steel harrows; Cociihofl Jewsl pkiw, H in.; 1 Great Wesl gang plow. 12 In.; 1 Rock Island plow, 16.In.; 1 hand plow, 14 lo.; I JO feel; 2 raowera, Ti feel; 1'lbn'giw' scraper, nearly new; t steel barrels; 2 barrels "salt; 1 set false guards for milk and cream, tester; cream cans, separator, churns, etc.; and -a- lot of other articies too numerous to mention. SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK. early and fet early. TERMS "FREE LUNCH GEQ. P. PORTER- AUCTIONEER T..S. H. MAY, Cltrk AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM S. A. LINOBUAO TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE AT COALDALE STATION On FRIDAY, March 28th All.M the FAwivf Stock ud V 1 grtiy. niare, 7 years, .weixhlni 1200, In foal; 1 danole y-.Batre, .4 years, weighing 1200; ,1 filly, 2 years. Chickens. 2 iiortsblc harns, 1 sppaialor. new. 12j2< ami 12JI8. TERMS OF pur sent. cMh, and time will be give sn bankable plper miturlnj Nov. 1n, 1919, ,t cent. D. J. MtSWAlN, Clerk.' L.VALLEY, Phone fSM, ;