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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Thi: LFThORIDGE DAILY HFIULD MONDAY, MArtCh 29, t020 MiERsoN miMi mm RELANO IS yi IER iPOSliUIY IJOLSHEVIKI CAPTURE CITY OF NOVO ROSSYSK LON'DON. AlBrrh 2ft.- !-:;!>;.\.niu,; ?ho iirovlsldiis of tlii^ IviPh IIimiic llul Bill. Mr. Mai'l'liersoi) .itnu.i rl);u ti )-ecciit events in Irohimi liiid ciiil-. l4rpngt.lione(i the vlf-w iIlii .hi uml-ddotl Ifolanil wns iiniirs'iiilc Ucfe:-ring to tho propn.siil fni- Iri.-ii iini;i oil, which is onf> of ilio point-; in tlw hill thnt luis bRcn povt>iiM> ;it i;i(Uc I, lio aald tlie Kovorumciu wii:-(c,',.- p Tsons ilop'rloil from Ir--Kiv.il ,iro not liroui:h; to trial is ..111." i! is; � inipo.ssilile to gt t til' );i . c^!i;:ify evidence" as ibe re:-ull ( ;� ! I'fi-ori.'im anil iiil'.mniai ion in Irelimil, the premier declared in answer tn a 'liie'--i i()n, �| ho premier said the Ravoriimetii j Mould fi'i' protiiiso ;o ccir^e d"porta-i iions from lroli\iuI duriiif, the disens-' sums of tho Iri.sh home nile b'.ll. i NOVO ROa.SYSK, Uussla, Maroh :P. (IctiipniUni of thti city by Bol-MhoviU foreo.q occurred Snturday morn-Ins �' 1" ocloelf. ThousiindH of Gon. nonikli\e's volunteer soldlBrK ir�nt over t.i the Movlot side and most of tho remainder v.onl on hoard ships and dopartod for tho Olmoa -with V>*nl-klpo. Tho only ghlps which rOBlsted oocu-PHtlon of the city hy the Holshovlkl were Uusslan. which tlTt�d n tow shots [It I lie s'oviol forces. \"iriit!illy all shipplnK of valno was lemoved front the harhor before tho Helshevilii gained control of tho city. mi BOARD W WOOD DOES NOT HOLO OUT OPE EOR EARLY OPENING OF Sir George Foster's Statement -Questions About Board Answered in House WESTE FLOUR MILLS Canada is Flooded With Flour| -Great Britain Wants Rcduo-' ed Prices - French Dock; Gangs Will Not Unload Can-; adian Flour-Good Call Fori Wheat. DUTCH GOVERNMENT PREPARES FOR SOME TROUBLE ON FRONTIERS CAIXJARY. March 2?.-H. ^\�. V/oo,;. vreatdent of the I'. F. A.. Monday i nnrnias could give no iudlcation when local mlllOTi -would receive any fur-ijier export order*. As already uion- i Uoned, th� Calgary mills, as indeed j nthen In the west, have been idle for i tho past week owing to tho lack of �tport orders. Mr. Wood ha.* just attended a tQeeting of tho Canadian �wheat hoard in Montreal. "Canada I* pretty well filled v.-ith flour," he aaid. "while the Tnitod Btatee has five million barrels that they cannot sell." Mr. Wood was agked how the present situation in the absence of export orders was solng to a'ltuci Can- i ada, to which he replied thnt there was a demand for wheat but not for flour. He had, but llttlo doubt, hov.--ever, that they would be able to sell whrt'c. surplus fiour they had. Great Britftiu. he said, was the only icuro-pean countr>- that would take flour and pay cash for it, but Great Britain would only mUe it at a reduction in price from that of wheat, French Situation France, for instance, .said .Mr. �Wood, would not take tiny flour, in fact ho was informed that there wer.^ only two ports where tho dock Kane's would unload any fiour at all. I.abor organizations, he said, were demand log that all flour for domestic consumption should bo ground by French mllla Upon heing presped on the n'lestion of the export of Canadian flour, .Mr. "Wood stated that it might be po.tsihle that James Stewart, ehtiirman of ilio Canadian wheat board, niiyht bo ai-di' to get rid of the stirphis on hand :ii a fairly early date. The outlook, however, indicated thai local millsi would not restart to grind In the near futufo CONFUSION IN RUSSIA THE HAGUE, March ,27-Preparations to meet any emergency at the frontier have been made by the Dutch government. Plans have been perfected for the in-st,- -Tito special commission appointed by liio national congress to iniinifo into llie recent disturbances In ;lio I'linjah hits published its report. It ."ay.s tliat Ihe roninii.ssion finds flaron Chelnisford. the viceroy and governor-notiefal of Inilia. incaptiblo of iKddinj; hi.-; hif'h office anrl demands his rocal). Tho roporl declares that no conspiracy designed to overthrow the Itritish government has been proved. It finds that other incidonts. nnnioii in the report as the Satygralia anil Hovvlati incidents, were not ami-liril-ish and that the fnrAs did not jn.stlfy 111 ii 01-is WARSAW, March 117.-Confusion i and wretched conditions generally j prevail throughout Russia, according ^ to a dispatch to tho British representative.'! hero by a tcohnical expert who has spent months in Russia. There Is absolutely no wheat or llax in Russia for export, he says, and ; wool is scarce as sheep throughout the country have been killed for food. Tho expert declares counferfeiter.i are floating largo quantities of Hrltish and American money throughout Russia. In some unknown manner rlic mail car attached to tho London huund Huron and Bruce train eauf^lu causing considerable damage. the proclamation of martial law connection with them. The .\nirit2ar affair, In which slaughter occurred when a crowd nativt>s v,-as fired upon last .\pril. d'-acribed in tho reiiori as a "ctilcu-latcd piece of Inliumanity unparalleled in ferocity." The report demands that Sir 'Ml-i:hael 0'I>wyer, British lleutMiiant-gov-enior of tho Punjab; Gen. Dyer, commander of tho British troops of India; tvo colonials. Deputy Comniis.?ioner Smith, anil two Indians named, shall 1)0 relieved of their offices. Thi! re-jietil of what are known as tho Uowhui acts and the punishment oi" i-ortain minor Indians are also demanded. Dominion Development of .Vgri-culture Not ^^'orryittg- Seeding Outlook Kright OTTAWA, March 2!i.-Seeding pro.s-l)ects in tile jirairio iirovlnces tir> very fair, us far as can be jud'^ed at this early tiate, it is said in tiie department of agriculture. There is a good supply of wheat, oat and barley seed in the wo.st. It is fairly well distributed and in good condition. Good fall rains were reported from most districts and nowhere is it anticipated that there will he insufficient moisture for germination. Some districts are fairly dry and depend for their crops on weather conditions early in tho season. In giving out these details, Dr. .1. H. Grisdale, deputy minister of agriculture, stated that no difficulties are anticipated in distributing seed. Ti.ero Is sufficient to meet every do-mantt and it �will be available where ic is required. Crop prospects throughout tho Dominion are apparently very good at this date. Arthur S. Porter, manager of the' Canadian General Klectric Co. at: Hanill-on. who was the chief eaiiso of i having the inquiry into an alleged ' (�(Uiihlne of grocers instituted, has j been a.-ked by tho com))any for ills j fopis.^nation. FLOODS.IN NEW ENGLAND l.iOSTO.V, Mass., March 29.-Swollen rivers caused by the thaw in the northern mills districts continued to menace bridges and riverfront properties in many cities and towns in .New i-ingland today. Points along tho Mer-rimac and (Connecticut rivers and their tributaries reporterl that the water had reached tho highest mark in many year.;. Several mills at Lawrence were forced to close because of flooded basements. Part of Rockaway Bejich, N.Y., after the great storm wliich snui^cd four hotfils aiwl; everal iron iwers, doing about $2,0j00,000, damage. BRITISH MINERS Members of the Ladies' Lacroase A.?sociation playing an exhibition game at Paddington. near London, England. l.ONDO.V, Jlarch ::!�,--Thc mluo workers' repi'o.icntntives in jonforeiico lioro today, decided to take a ballot if Uio niomber, crease on gro.ss earnings, with a min.-mtim flat advance of two shillings fcr all workors over 18 yeaivs cff ago, ona nhilllUK for workers hat.wBen 10 ntid IS years, and nine-pence for workors under Itl years, 'QUAKE RICOROED VICTORIA, B.C., March 29.-A oloarly marked record of a seismic, diaturbanco is reported at Gonzalca Observatory, commencing at nine mlii-utos past nine o'clock laot evening.' The vibrations continued over an hour. Superintendent F. Napier Donleon reports. The earthquake was located '.ViO miles away. Columbia Easter Music J^S Christmas gives us the Music of Joy, so Easter gives us the Music of Triumph, Scarcely in any other field of special music can there be found more joy, inspira-tionandpraise than in the wonderful Columbia music of Eastertide, Your Columbia Dealer will gladly play these splendid Easter Records for you: Easter Chhnea. (Lake.) Dawn of Hope. (De Casclla.) - Colutnbia Stellar Quartette - Columbia Mixed Quintette Loat Chord. (Artbur Sullivan.) - - - . Tho Holy aty..(Adams.)..... Memoriea of Eaater. Part x. (Robert Hood Bowers.) Marie Morrisey and Columbia Stellar Quartette. Contralto and Male Voices. Orchestra Accompaniiueut. Memorie* of Easter. Part ii. (Robert Hood Bowers.) Marie Morrisey and Columbia Stellar Quartette. Contralto and Male Voices. Orchestra Accompaniment A�nu8 Dei.  - -. .....Paulist Choristers Salve, Regina.........Paulist Choi-isters Cuius Animam-(Lord Vouchsafe Thy Loving Kindness.) In Latin - Charles W. Harrison Stabat Mater-(Inflammatua To Thy Holy Care.X In English - Coltimbia Oratorio Chorus Largo. (Handel.) - : " r Lost Chord. A Ugend, - - - J Sing Ye to the Lord. When the Roll is Called Up Yonder. Softly and Tenderly. AVw Columbui Records are oni ihe xotk and soth of every vionlh. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, TORONTO Prince's Orchestra Prince's Orchestra Gatty Selkrp. Qathedral Pipe Organ Gatty Sellars. Cathedral Piix: Organ k Patrlist Choristers  Paulist Chori.sters - Earl F. Wilde, Evangelist - E^rl F. WUde, Evangelist / D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1513 AND 322 Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 5th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. 0150 42 ;