Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE Till-. U'TIinmnGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVKMBKH 1, 191S Thomas Uradshaw, Who Has] Large Holdings Here is Visitor in City Mr Thomas er of finance for ihe i-Liy of Tor.vuo. ivho has Leen visiting the district, 'n vrh'.di In- lus Cuil Of optimism as let the fmuro !'ri'-- peels HP u jamr.oy from New York ihnru.vU lue Slaies IK- Joro coining we si ami 'roni what liu obsenej IhiM-i! UI.TO will ta a n'v-val of tbo laml boom in Southern AU-rrla rauiFd by tho spread of prices belwcL-ii land here and in tie Slates. The ebeapiiors or the land here, as compared In liind over lln; border, be views as a bis drawing card. i Mr. Bnu.Miaiv ivus at cne crsl of ihu Lifc-ln- Euraacc- Co.. vnirh large lendc-i ofi money in HJC and he. Lhereloie. j is in touch wilh conditions heiv. Every lime he coincs west, vliicJi j ]ias been in itic hiblt of uoici; auhu-; ally lor pasl fifteen- In: says it makes him feel younper as a result of the stiEDsiiht're. H has a buoyant influence anj breaiiics of optimism. If anything Mr. is more incluicd" lo pessimism Than lo op tun- ism mid he looks (acts iti Iho fiice, but In rcganl lo prospects litre lie .eire.- IVKV freely lo the optimistic spirit. Hungary Under The Heel '.Trjiu Special Corrc-spondeot. oflJie London Times.) For prjcticjlly litre? weeks noiv I have liiod uuJor the Uolsheyist tyr- aniiy-, and 1 lionc that llic To'ilowing record o[ crcnls ol 1 hnve been mysElf ftn cye-wilness may give a co- herent picture sudi as il ivas .virtually impossible, to give in such telegrams as either I have for me from Yienna.'-'or were allowed to Jc-ave tliis country atter they had been delayed or mangled by the censorship here. If there is one idea which must be' drummed at c.ll costs inlo the heads of those peoples who have not your throat sore and your bead ache Is best treated by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy IL Is entirely d 13Brent from other cougU medicines, tor It not ocly EOPihea, but also heals, restoring the affected' parts lo a healthy condition. HER LIFE I Afler of Suffering wilh Dyj- miff wns MLLE ANTOINETTE BOUCHER 917 Dorion St., Montreal. "T am frritin-j to tell you nv Jife lo csr for lliLs remedy relic red me when I hid abandoned all hope my health. fiFfffd terribly Dysatfsia. I hid it for years aail ill the medicines 1 took did not do me any I read about 'Fruil-i- tlves1 gocd for alt Stomach Troubles and Disorders of Digestion 50 1 tried them. After finishing n feiv txtirtlYreliefcdot the BvFpeps'-a and my jeoeral health was rrs 1.0 red- I thank the great fraii medicine, Tmit-a-tires', for this iroodtnui relief." Mile AKTOIXETTE BOUCHER. COc. 3. boi, G for tri.J siie 25c. At .ill dealers or sent postpaid by Fruits-tires Limited. OtUtra, Oat. Nov. 3 Bolshevik wire-loss Moscow received here contains the o! I he latest o! tbo Bolshevik minis- ter of war. to the KvJ forces. II COQ- cluic-i as "Anny co til minders and com- missinuarie.': "Tlia soviv't rspccts from you the greatest foaccnlmlloii of your "Onwiml. not give tho rncmy linio to rest. Drive him. him. bent him The hour of wilt come Ihe oft'il lias been The says the first rirt of] the ot the KoJs has been com-i pletcd wltk the fllnglug back of Ihe I Toe (roru 1'etrogriid. I "Now COUIPS tho seconil half ot the task Tho annibilnHon oC enpiny ust bo carried out uilh tho same cce5S. Tbo ot Yudeniifh's hopeless. Do not glvo him n >reathing spell. Harry him, defeat hiui until he is completely destroyed." yet. succumbed to the virus of Eol- JJRI it is ih-s--ihat so far g Rilher truly democratic or SOD ialist, llie "dlctalorahlp of the proletar- lat'Ms absolutely and directly opposed to the first principles CL freedom. Political freedom is Absolutely coa iistent to-tfay in Hungary. .That this should be La-ttc case o[ the, arislocracT and bourgeoisie ?oe without and is, indeed, eiprcs; In the Decree number published on..April' 2P Trhereby the Soviet Government granted the active and passive franchise only lo the people, further dclined convenient vagueness as "all those ol cither ECS Trno have completed their iSlb year and live Iroru work useful lo The bourgeoisie, and the aristrocrr..! are ipso facto pariahs for whom no consideraton whatever is to be shown, aatl inlo faces the proletariat j should; In tbo graceful language ot the People's Commissary Szaaiuely, I "publicly spit." For the time being they are not eyen allowed to leave the country in peace, since they might carry away money, jewelry, and other valuables with them, and these pos sessions of theirs which are being cou- liscaled vrilh ruthltss and rapid sfiver- ity, are in poiut of fact practically the only readily realizable assets now left in this nnnappy an-l bankrupt countrj-; Bound and Gagged But It is ihe aristocracy and bourgeoisie who bare been de- prived o[ all right by the-handful of Jewish Dilators who constitute the In marked contradistinction to tha method followed in -during the period that elapsed be- tween the revolution and the elections for the -Afsenibly, the Central Coa cell exercisea ?i uidlatorship tem- pered by public meetings and debates, newspaper criticism and street demon- Hungarian proletariat lias been absolutely bound and Eed. Any-scope for parlicipalion in the councils or debates of Ibe ruling gang haj lafen away from the work- ing classes. Xay, further, not a few of the proclamations of Ibis Jewish Mafia forbid tho working classes lo interfere la ncy way or to utter any kimi ol criticism under pain ot being harmed hcforc the revolutionary trib nual. N'or 13 this a mere manner of WINNIPEG, Nov. Ihe Electric RaiUvay stands to make three times as much money under the increased fare award as it will take to meet the additional wages outlay, is the gist oF a letter from W. A. Hunt, city solicitor, lo the transporta- tion commission is to meet to discuss street railway af- fairs. General Manager A. W. Me- Limont, of the street raiUvay, char- acterises Mr. Hunt's statements as ridiculous. BEN TILLET MAY SPEAK IN WINNIPEG TVIXXIPEG, Xov. OL the Trades and Labor Couneil have com- municated Trlth Ben Tfllct, prominent British labor leailer, now in "Washing- ton attending the Industrial con Ter- ence, and announced today thai he is expected to accept an Invitation lo speak here in aid or Ihel abor party faction in the civic election campaign, speech. One man ivbo is alleged to have uttered something derogatory about the Government in a barber shop was at once denounced, and he a carried off to prison, under the escort of 12 armed men. A second man was imprisoned [or bavins mere- ly expressed a doubt a? lo the stabil- ity o: ihe present'regime. The government makes no secret of its in tent ion lo strip all citizens of their rights, and such elemenlary rights as ihe right ot assembly, and :he right to utler an npln- on and the freedom ol the Press have avowedly been suspaaded. ASTHMA COLDS ffHOONKG COCCH 'PiSKODiC CKOliP IJIFLUIMA BP.OKCKI11S CHARBH I bra .......___ctore throat, ar.d yiopa ibo i You Don't You Lend In deciding how many Victory Bonds you will buy, remember this important point are not are lending to your country! You are lending at a good rate of interest. You are lending on the highest security. You are lending to mantain your own and your country's prosperity. In your own personal interest you should make strenuous eiforts to buy as many Victory Bonds as you possibly can. You couldn't put your money in a better place. You want to save does. It is ihe only way to get ahead. And Canada needs to borrow your money to bridge the gap from War to Peace. It's your duty to lend. Take the proper view of this Victory Loan. Say to yourself: "I am going to buy all the Victory Bonds I can pay for now and in the next ten months." What if it is an effort to pay for them. Look ahead a little. 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