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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta POLICY OF ALLIES IN RUSSIA IS PACIFICATION; STOP BOLSHEVISM ICONQUEKOK 01 i CO.MM1SS10XEK HAS J'AI.KSTIXK KCYl'TJ IN CAlUOl PARIS, March PI- chon, itilmtttr. In thi chiinfer laM that ajalnst the wi. not l declaration of Ittiwli. ad- drMt, whwh madt In reply 'inHrswIIMIm nwde on day on Marctl Cxhln and Ernest Liftnt, wu biUsrly orltlelicd by dcputlM, for x tht 4lMr4or In the chamber. AfltV pointing out thi.1 tht Il4d In RUMll not a war, but i "pacliyliii" iwlfcy. M. Plchon said: "The RuMlan quMtlon Ic vital as'It'Is nfctmry In the Interest of oeaw to' route of If we do the day re-awak- will find herwlf.the ally of Germany.'.' The 'MMlon suspsndsd from 5.45 to 6 o'clock when the Socialists their attacks on the sptaker. During fin. Pichon's address premlsr Ctanrenceau en- the chamber, it txlng hi: first visit was wounded by Emlle Cottm on February 19. M. Mftutet, a Sccialist, who it one of the for Joseph Calllaux, who it, under charges of treason, suggested during the So- cialistic attack on M. Pichon that "it was necessary to oppose one Ideal or another and not to dodge that of President Turbulent scenes continued un- til the close of the session at 7.20 p.m. In thinning his defense, For- eign Minister Richon, said that the Russian polity of the jovern- 1 ment was unchanged since his Isst on the subject three month's aflo. He laid the govern- ment had no desire to influence Russian internal polities and that the French troops hart been s-nt to Russia-to assist the Czecho- slovaks. The present ruling group in Russia, he continued, had refused to call 3 constituent assemb'y and had suppressed all liberties. AIL the allied nations had sent troops to Russia with the intention of suppressing anarchy and establish- ing a normal government, which would insure peace in Europe. was impossible, he declar- ed, while Europe was threatened by a in which were many German officers. At one time during the foreign minister's speech a score of depu- ties were on their feet crying out against the opposite parly. Tlie galleries wfre crowdid with many- soldiers, who occasionally protest- ed against the persistent inter- ruptions of the speaker by the Socialists. New Plans To Deal Wilh the Sit tuition, in Cora hi on Danger CANNOT SETTLE FATE OF WORLD Decree Promulgated at Belgrade Gives Rise to Uneasiness in Peace Circles' 1 Trire- motaures must be taken jiy ike conference, in of Hmytirr olhtr niflfi ot the contrml lie TMipn. The'newspaper snnests the foHowint proirinl for the conference: "tie "illtes no -longer..prelmd In settle' entirely tito of the entlr. World, MBit fee! that it is to wire w "qawlitms and lurrce .will rMiktHw -ot W 'allied ttUt- tsry. forces, and tile gradual abolish ment of 'Germany to be fixed and decisions have to be taken with-regard to-Uaiian demands. The ituealtons in'which Bebjinm is'inter rsted Java lo be solved, as well as the territorial, dal.ms if the-Czechs. The Poles, Jugo-Slavs and Rumanians have to 'be conciliated.' Common dange make it easier. It Is necessary t( jitj-iVhit' the allies liave risht ttunl-cipdlilteB: along Iho ronlc of thb proposed national highway through the Crows Nest 1'ass. nro asked to inert In convenlion at Iho C'osmopolllnn Hotel. Blairinoi'o nl 3 p.m. on others, that dclegalcs will he present. It is desired to secure the co-opcralion of nil interested from Medicine Hat to Special communications have also been sent to the I'roVincial and Dominion members of parliament to be present or lo otherwise assist In tarrying out the project to a sufcejsfnl completion. play Serst. 1'axman homo. Fergl. rasman'a liomeeonnug truly had a double meaning to the people of Raymond, first because he is n return- ing hero and sccoml his long absence from Baymoml before llie war began, made his fricini.l anxious to see him. Mr. 1'axman and his. mother cadi took up a homestead ifi tho Tabor country east ot Fincastle1 in IMS and The years following proved vorv dry ami also the soil-being sandy, [crops would not thrive without plenty of moisture. The -apparent failure of hcllflld. coupled with Ihe partial failuro of 1500, besides the liaril nsht to since there is a well settled Irlct all alons country Iravcrsed; IK a'dviinlagos vvlll bo manifcld. Tlic Crows Nest Pass aulohta are of Ihe effortsi OT tuc 01 tne iunn.-nt.nMi INI..IC enlhnslaslic In support of itf and tnc> ami tWt it a mat- been arranged by the Crows sure lhat their comrades on he Cto' thai "VefTort.. ot the AnlofTobllo Clnli of which J r-i-onorali- in Hie carni.il! LUI9I 01 Trnica iuv Argentlni and Austrtllt owing to (ha governments lo cooperate in bin ding lark of Khlpplng facilities I arrf maintaining a first-class national A considerable portion ol iuls.holhighway through Ihe Crow's .Nest wld, now been llo spoko; Puss. of Ihe efforts of the Canadian: JMIJIIS of the ciinvi-nLlon plans nave r co prslrlo proYiiiro'ttijtri ImV not born Smllh of lilairroorc s srcrenry. fiiflv rc.-.Iim.ljKjcauao of nnfavorublo! Word hns already licoii re to veil t___.. t'apl.lA T Ill hrllljtM weather conditfona CranhrooV. prairio will en opwale in Hie carrying dill of Iho Oampaljn Io johieve sue oesslul completion of thu.Crow's Xcsi was too the adventurous-spirit of Mr. 1'axman. so ,e tool; to the railroads and lumber camps (it Jl, C., .10 nnd relict for his molher and con'folnlion in Ilia oxyn tftcrls- Ad'tlmo wont (in with-him mnvitis from pluco lo place, his where ab'ouls became unknown to uis moth or. whoso letlers' nearly always ro turned, yet sho'carrled that undaunt eil belief lliat'hcr son yet not wilhslandins certain reports lo conlrary. Enlitted Under Assumed When Hie war camo on ho onllate In tho 50th Baltalion at Calgary I nndcr the assumed nania ot A A. Kolnt; that same fall tc Knfilaud, where ho slaycd for llio win tor of Kinl 1X16, In tlio fsll o Ihe Isttcr year lo France im lu) u-ineiiuft n3 obtaining information that saved is ovrn batlallon from destruction; wo gold liars for work done at Ihe stcning posts, which also entailed cry great danger. IJesides Sergt. Paxman. another old imcr from Kaymuud enlisted in the Cilll Hattallon. This was .Walter Uorrycssa. who knew 1'axman In Kay- nond and in. writing lo Bert Kirtiham, mentioned Andrew as he is known -irourid Kaymond. Andrew hearing ol lie draft in Canada in Ihe spring of I 191S and knowing that his yonhgost trother Douglns. would be caired up n the spring or summer, wrote his mother about !t..givinr; Douglas ad- vice with regard lo which part ot tlio was nest to join, from this irnJ on Sergl, I'asman's letlcrs. In- creased in number until his meeting wllli ills molher and tho one who has hcen wailing for him all.loose years. As he stepped off llic Irsln, the band played "Welcome Back lo Dear Old _ pan ot 'all back, according to a Warsaw ois- patch to the Telegraph. II is stated ;hat the movement is evidently engi- neered by ikdsheviki, supported by Ukrainians, who seek to breol; through Hu'mania to establish contact JIoscow and Budapest. while (he crowd tarn lusty cheers. Up town the crowd demanded .a "speerlt" which forllicam'e in. tones {hat showeS Sergt. Paxroan is., not yet entirely well, but which did show lhat ho really appreciated Ihe lifarty welcome home. A short speech from Mr., Whrtbec verv appropriate and to Ihe pbtnt. Ho is.Ihe rliairman for Hie Welcome Home Committee. DEAlHINHfllEL F1TTSBUHO, March were bunil jo dealh juesta-at the Restler hotel, nearby, i wore forced to llco scantily clad to tlio alrcet early today when Ihe ArA-, more Lnmber and Supply CompsiBy's plant at East PitUburg wns.destnTjed hy fire. Tlie men perished irtth six borses, Irappfd by Is.tbe her plant. The IMS Is 'cslinatett SUNDAY MOVItS N.Y.. March Foley bill lo legalize ciMH lions o< molion.plrlnres tms report- ed ycstcrdsy i? ;