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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK 1WELVF THE LETHBRIDGE DAITA' HER At i? MS OFIE1BLE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 35; Iu2i No Means of Transporting Food To The Starving Millions are the only means ot transport in these 'remote -sections. Mules and muleteers a luaximuav load. .'ot food before the of the. stricken areas. I AM (s 'urgently, needed djeiy cent that ran be -spired on.this .prosperous coiitiueut should bo sent to Chlun for fsuilna relief.. Prompt measures will yet.'iave millions of Soviet Agree To Nov. the and nether millstones of cor- rupt and merciless exploitation of big interests." said J. II. Eugie, of Topc-ka. Kansas, arriving by the Kaisama -Maru and to his departure from the Orient toured Jqpan, Korea and China. "Ihe Chinese people present a pitiable spectacle." "And into the bargain." lie said, "five chief provinces with a popula- tion of C3.0W.OOO arc affected by Iho famine. The devastating flood iii thtt Yellow river district, followed by two cropless years, has exposed the remote sections to imminent and inevitable- starvation. Grain Is. abundant in but transportation, facili- ties are wholly inadequate. Hallway cjileage is meagre, autoiiioblle roads i are lacking.'air relief too impractic- able and distances are great, pack1 trains, mule carts aiid wheel barrows BMSSBEDTINE5IORIE! CHATTERER DISCOVERS A HUNTER BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Investments To kill for food is Nature's law Am! understood by great and email. Put killing harmless folk for'epbrt 1 do not understand at all. the ited Squirrel. LOXJlOX. Nov. supremo _. O Cliatterer the Hed Siiuirrel was buey. st as busy as it was" _ Squirrel to be. Having dis-: principles oil "which foreign capitalists that through his own s.elBsh-! will lie permitted lo eiploi'.thc natural hc haj cheated himself out of! riches of Hussia. even a share of those fat htekorr nuts j The soviet government has Srown olra csrtaiu bis eel requests from foreign capitalists to afford sueii: rights, the ipossago aUtov'autt soviet Russia Quires of- i fleers of experience in the forces anil j largo, "material means in order to ere- ato .within Ihe boundaries of 'Russia an .iiteihaustitjle source, of .raw ma- terials for .manufacture on' the spot and abroad, c law permits for- eign