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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta {VOLUME Ml. JFR1DAY, NOVKMBKIl U, 1UW NTMBEll 283 Decision May Interfere With the Dorpat Conference Now Held BOIiSHEVIK OVERTHROW AT BREST-LITOVSK S, Nov. Bal- tic states Conference it Dorpit haa teen advised tbnt Finland haa decided (o aid Oen. VudcnKcJi with thou- sand soldiers IQ a ncvr ntlempi. to lakb Pc-troaraJ trllhJn (he nwt few weeks, This development lale today may lerloiisly Interfere with, nnd ncrliaps. speedily bring to an end the efforts of (he Halite Elates tlelefjalc-s lierc lo reach nn agreement with the Russian Uolsherikl, BotshlcB Overthrown LONDON, Nor. Bolshevik have been overthrown In llicsl-l.Ilovsk ft soviet wireless dispatch from Mos- cow today adfnlts. After IlRhliag the Insurgents then? for aig'it days, iho dispatch says, tho IJolshoylkl with- drew' "under ground." (Tlie expres- sion Is Commonly used tn Huslea lo! indlcale (ho tczipor.iry abandonment j o( nn attempt 1.0 control, tho defeated elements scattering nnd abandoning open organize! efforts for (.he time Tho communication nssorts that tlia Bolshevik nrmr in Siberia has captured tons of grain. Another Announcement tn (ho message Is to the effect that tons of oil turned in a fire RI Groinyl, In the northern Caucasus. Attack Petrograd AgaCn 'WASHINGTON, Nov. Preparn- another attack on Fetrograd ivlth concentrated forces desuito Iho curly winter ia wcalern, Russia, arc be- ing made by Gen. Yudonltch, ,ol tho c army, Sped fob..pjcas.rff1 "'jiorU'received" here today staled. Gen. J'..YmlenHch wag BaiJ (o be confident of his ability" to Iho oily, although Jils-forccs have been drawn upon- for duty elacTThere. __ Conditions In Petrograd were re- ported to bo worse than over. In Ihcj event nf llio captuiM of Iho cliy by Gen. Yudcnllch's army tho Flpnlsh government has agreed to sunylr tlio population wlLh fuel and provisions! According to reporls, Troiaky has written a letter saying Ihnl the dan- ger threatening Pclrograd.' has been averted, but .not removed and that, Ixmlnc speaking tn, Moscow has de- clared that he puts every hopo In Iho Workers of western Kiiropc. Ontario's Farmer Government Who They Are, What They Are O. A. C. Graduates Predominate 4 4 "J1 TOKONTO, N'OT. followlcc are aomt- of the personal char- acteristics, of tie Drury cabinet efforn In today: B. C. Drury: A firmer who hna been actively engaged upon the Drury hcratitead at Crown Kill, Siiacoo county; graduate of thp On- tario Agricultural College, and a, prominent figure in the movement for years; ran 09 Independent-Liberal In 1D17, but was de- feated. IV. II Jlaney, K.C., attorneyeeneral: Toronto who has been prominently Identified with moral reform movements, having taken R part In Iho .inr asalnst race iracfc gambling; a Lib- eral. Jl. H. Grant, minuter of education: Carleton counij farmer. Rrad- uilo of tha OnUrlo Afrlcullural College and iho University of To- ronto; has bad experience In, county adtntnlstrailoc; for.- mer Conservative. Tettr Sraltb, provincial treasurer: A well-known Porlh counly alock farmer; formerly a school tenchcr. Has had c-ipcricncc as town.-blp clerfc; R former Liberal. H. 0. Nlion, irovinclal secretary. Farmer, Branl county, a grad- uate ol Uic Ontario -.Agricultural Collcse and nn energetic supporter of the United Farmers' movement; former Conservative. C. B. Dlggi, mlalatcr of public works: Uuns big [arm in "Weni- worlh county, an OnUrlo AsricuUurnl College and business college has liad wide- experience. In county and municipal adminis- tration. a Liberal. Manning Doberty. rnlnlaler ol aErtculture: Peel county stock raher and nn authority upon agriculture, post-graduate (n agri- culture) from Cornell li'DlvcrElty; was a lecturer at. Ontario Agricul- tural Colic-go; formerly B Conservative. Hcniali Bowman, minister of lands, forests anil rnlo.cs: Farmer at Ixmp Bay, ManLloulIn. Tte first United fanner to elt (n the legis- lature, having ueen elected In October, 131S, Walter Itollo. minister of tabor and ftcal'.h: leader of Independ- ent-Labor pnrty group; a broom-maker by trade; editor ol Labor News; a Hamilton-man. Henry Mills, member rrlthoul portfolio (until department of mines is Locomotive engineer at Fort WiMiani, formerly a miner, A member ol Fort William of education lor several rears. LieuL.-Col. Carmlcliael, minister without portfoli-j: Farms near ColHsett'cod, Served overseas lor lour'years; himself on several occasions, BULtETiNsjLETHBRIDGE SUB-DISTRICT ALMOST JHITS MARK FOR WHOLE DISTRICT Veterans WantVote On Bonus HINDEN'BURG CHEERED BY BERLIN STUDENTS VANCOUVER, Nov. floubls bcijig set aside by llic ac- tion of lbcT Dominion govci-n- incnl in finally rejecting any sug- gestion of a furJlIici1 gratuity to vclcrans ot, Ihc grcol war, Die incniljcrs of llic local branch of! j Ihc Great AYur Veterans1 Assoc- I iation InsL niglit decided to ask MJie CXCClllivc of IllC j aviator who. with James F. .Munroo, organization to BERLIN, Nov. Field Mir- hal von Hlndenburg, who re- cently arrived In tho capital, wax the centre or a demonstration last night, when he Inepected the guirdc and caiieti at LLchterfelde. Qen. Ludendorff accompanied the field marshal on hli Inspection. A torchlight parade was held and the band played patriotic music, while the ttudenti cheered Ihb field marshal. Victory Loan Workers Sec One Goal Subscribed Till Thursday Night, While Objective for Lethbridge District Under Chairman Shepherd Only Chairman Harris Confident That Three- Quarter-Million Mark Will Be Passed. RAYMOND HAS FLAG AND FIVE CRESTS; CARDSTON HAS REACHED FLAG QUOTA 'Hat Airman's Body Being Brought West OTTAWA, NOT. body o[ Utul. Unrry Dobbin, the Victory I'p lo last evening f.ethbridKe Cltv and Coaldale had purchased I64S.T50 vorth of bonds. The cam n Is .itlll going Ftronff. RS ehowu ly (he fact thai subscriptions (otaJJ- ng JPS5P fflinn Into iho headfjuarlers Ijr itiall Ibis morning. On Thursday or tills week a state- ment was Issued bj- Calgarr Jiead- uaricrE allowing the following pro- ress made up lo that by poinls In Somliern Xlbetta: lo have LllC Doiuinion left Ottawa this morning on eminent tost (he feeling of the CflnHdIiln Pacltic trflin on flic question. It was the unanimous opinion thai Ihc association must take a stand hc- jfore (he country on (he question land must seek llic of public opinion in its proposals.. alrmao. Hal, tUo lionie of iho dead -herc interment inll take place, on Monday. The remains ivero p.ccompanled by Ted Dobbin, twin brother oC tlie de- ceased, nnd Cunt, Ilussell Smith. A small party of Lieut. Dobbin's closest friends were at tlie Elation. They were Mr. and Mrs. George -Coyics, CapL Muckleslon, Harold Sykes, Sir. TO LOOK AFIER Dr. Tolmlcj Minister of Agricul- ture, Suggests Appointment