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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 15, 1920 THE LETHRRJDGK DAtLY HERALD PAGE SEVENTEEN at Third Inter jConferenre by the Extremists HAUJ3, (Jelaiany, Ocl. fully four houra last.night M. Zlno vleff. chairman of tbe executive com mittea of the third Internationale one of the four bis .chiefs of sovle Russia; Independent Socialists at their convention here to Join create a revolution lu. Qerniany and help carry out the proletariat. program for a world re- Toititlpn.1..'_ ROYCE ACQUITTED CAIflAHY, Oct. 0 11. Royce was .acquitted o( a charge pf murdering Anna PLAN FOR THE DEEPENING OF THE ST. LAWRENCgTOR OCEAN-GOING VESSELS. Gordon, hli by the Jury, ilr. Justice At tbe' tne Russian's address tlie radicals of the parly ani the audfejioe the packed galleries stood ,neads singing the iwhile the Conserva- slowly, out of hall. A great] ovation was Uien accorded the Husslsn.'with and cries "IxmgMiive the Internation- and the waving of hats. It is ex- pected vote-as to wbelher tbe In- dependents will adhere to the Moscow organisation-wtti be taken some time today.' ,Tie .Russians are not over- anxious to' become tbe.central'authori- tative iribuqal communist late raaUonale and would gladly re- linquish .the nrivllege to some other Zitip'vleff. Y.esterday's proceedings at the con- gress were'vefy'bolsterpus, Herr Ditt- man's vehement denunciation of Rus- sian commuhUm1 exciting the eitrem- lats'to.tie boiling And Then lite Body Was Sent To a Celebrated Ettglish dispntfl yrhlch, says the DatlyfBpViSs's; become the art, BensjUbta of modern has "arisen oTer the portrait of. Lori Levertnlme, painted by Angnstu John. Wflen the; portrait Lord Lererhnlme found thaf It woul fit In the space he wished to.ptace H; so, according to the Eipress, b cut the head, out of the canvas and I left the remainder in the frame, et- tachmg acIabeUn.hIa flwn JanOwrtt- lag, portrait p'alated by Augustus John" Owing to an1 unfortunate misunder- standing, says the Express, Lev crtrtlme's housekeeper in ki! lord- ship's absence sent tho "remainder of the portrait' back to Mr who wrote to iord TJeverliulme. demanding an explanation, for sncV conduct, which, he 'asserted, constituted "the grossest and most deliberate gratu- Itious Insult! I have eVer received." Lord Leverhulme replied, apologiz- ing handsomely and explaining: how the mistake pccurred Mr John, tow- ever holds tbat the nulilatkra of work of art is unjustifiable, even if the mutilator happens to own the picture, whereas Uird Lenrerhalrae maintains th.t to do ba llkis wflh it, since bought and paid for It and owns the; copyright It ii pointed out tbat Lord Lenrer- hulmc expresses DO opinion as to his liking or disllkias for the portrait GENERAL; STRIKE IN TRIISTE TRIESTE, Oiet Nationalist de- moai'trationg followed the calling of a general strike in this dty yesterday A newspaper oficuit your tastes GENEVA, Oct. Thomas, dire dor-genera! .of the .International Labor Hoard has left for i'arls and thence will go to Berlin, Warsaw, and Prague, where he will, get in (ouch with the workers' and employers' or- ganizations. He ulsp will confer with thf Oorman, and vak governments concerning the rati- fication Mil application ot the conven- tions adopted .it the International la- bor conference >dt soma (Imo ago la Washington, vL WKcn you have seen'if, you will fee eagev to rtear R play. When you have heard it plag, gou will be eager to possess 9. Any McLagart "dealer gladly give yoa as complete a demonstrnilon as gou desire. Ask hhn to erplafn it's many, exclusive and Important leoiures, chief among them the McLegon-FIekher Reproducer, the Tone Arm, the new aratematic stopj ond improved record filing devfccs. THE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH CORPORATION HMFTED STRATFORD ONTARIO Willis Pianos, Ltd., Hull Block Distributors for Southern Alberta ;