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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 20, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN COVERING NEWS BY AEROPLANE Sixty Million Pounds' From Rossis Passed Through Vancouver VANCOUVER, B. C.. seemingly unrelated! items appeared recently In news dlipatches which re called an hitherto unpublished end ro- mutlc. story ot the wir. The scene centred In Vancouver, but under sorship rules the story could not lie published at the time. two It en 3 were .A Heu tcr despatch In which Mr: Novltsky, former assistant minister ef finance In the All-Russian government, 'hinted at the huge amount ot gold which .shinned-throysh Vancouver dur ing the 'Including pounds: from; Vladivostok. A EUte the sale ot the obsolete nov orameut Rainbow to a Seattle firm.. Both Mr. Novlisicy and the Rainbow wereicsntral figures In one o! the most' interesting incidents ot the war so tar as It affected Vancouver.- The first shipment of Russian gold amounting" :to about ar rived herein the February bt 1916. It was In tho: form ot bullion'encased in boxes abo'ut fifteen Inches long, six Inches'.wlde'and three of :'four feet do9pp. H'was loaded at Vladivostok jor transfer to the [mint at and carno across the Pacific In a big Jap- with _Novllsky In charge of the treaj ure. The.'treasure: warship never came into harbor. Far out at .sea off Cape i Flattery' In a half, gale warship was met-by the little'Rainbow and the. previous freight transferred be- tween the heaves of the rollers. The most-elaborate measures" o! secrecy were'observed and It was three o'clock of a VmOrning dVrk and wet, when the Rainbow n'oMd her way to Shed One of the'.C.P.li. docks here. Awaiting hereYwere Mr. Peters and Mr.'Vlckers, head of the foreign de- partment bt the Dominion Express company, who1 came out especially to superintend the transfer of the bullion across the con- specially selected crew of trusted men had been warned to be on hand'for special'duty-and marched down to the wharf'after midnight ilefN special without any information ol their duty or destina- tion. Awaiting the -Rainbow a train of coaches disguised as a silk train with five special express cars. On each'of theae cars was loaded. 000 worth of gold. Pour men armed heavily with rifles and, revolvers re- ceived thV cargo "from the" sailors. IJach car'wa's then closed, the doors heavily barred and guard mounted. The guards stood equal shifts through- out the A telephone system connected the whole .train and when any of the. sentinels wished to pass to tho diner or to any other car they did so only on release from official car to.the doorkeepers. These doors were opened when the train was at a "'standstill.. No' guard was permitted to show himself at windows in passing through towns. The train, at ran lt> absolute tha men doing their night work by flash- light, J.LI- I This was the flrat of four or five such .trains-'which passed through Vancouver during a period of a year and .a-half, the details being as.fol lows: i 1910, January 1917, August, 1917, vv Canadian Itfheat KeptOatOflLS. president linmedlately to enforce the! 'anti-dumping" clause of the present! tariff law by placing an embargo ag- ainst tljo Importation of wheat andi flour from Canada. The directors alsoj went on, record as being heartily Inj accord idea of issuing per- mits for damming the lakes' and de- veloping tho water power la tho nat- ional parks for irrigation purposes. CHEAT FALLS, Oct. pro- nounced" slump1 in wheat prices the last few, weeks which has caused Montana farmers -much concern, aud Khlch li asserted to be largely duo he "dumping" on the American tet of one of the largest crops In the 4 Canada without tariff or olbor restraint, led the directors of i-> the Great Falls: Commercial club in'4 session Friday afternoon to Montana congressmen to urge the I BOLSHEVIKS FACING INTERNAL REBELLION PARIS, 'Oct: dispatch to the Hayas agency from Cop- Says a report has been received in the Danish capital that a elate of siege has been proclaimed in 12 Russian de- Including Moscow C- aad Fetrogrid. v v, A HALLOWEE'N DANCE i SIKOKOTOKI CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. 2U.92D MASONIC HALL Cannoneers' Orchestra. Hector F. Gougla d, pilot; Cecil Lament, reporter, and F.'EHIs, mechanic on the special aeroplane sent by tie Winnipeg Free Press to cover the bank robbery case at Wlnkter, Manitoba, 71 miles awayr when communication telegraph onfl telephone bSI on the main street of-the city. i Starting oat, he got Into a little i gamo of "draw." -where he: was eev- ftrated.from some ot his "long and being peevad at-'ltils ;he wsit down to a place where the trlgUt lights shine at any'and hours and proceeded to drown', his 'sorrows in e cup thatiche'ers but.also Inebrl- ea. When lj% came'.to ho found at he had been. "rolled" and that s bank roll-had gone to. the Never ever Then was the time ho "went oyer First- he the. "joint" nd then made for 'the "great ont- oors." He gotVpnto: George street, nd the first window he came to, ang! went the window. With me- odical precision'he 'continued to mash every window along the street, aylng .no. favorites'.: Clothing'stores, rug stores, hotelB, butcher shops, ataurants all looked alike to him. e was out to. .smash 'em even ough It was a procedure. proceeded three blocks along his extractive way before he was gabbed.'.'. The reason he was hot lected before was that the hohr was a.m. "all on morning. He sted in feverlgb. 'condition in. the cells all and also unda> night. In the police court Monday morn- g he was fined and costs On is settling up for the broken win ows, the damage amounting to oine he-was allowed to-de- but not sorry. Prince George Resident Enjoyed One of flistory's Most V Coetiy Week-Ends Int tho city with of about and a big Idea 6f "lotting 'er well known citizen oHbis part of-th country; started: out to celebrate wit disastrous results to himself, h bank roll and a number of window GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will inifce this cate fsrorlts fclth you, too. the Yale The trouble with the average f IS nbrella ia that atout uIns-tenths oE s cost. iV for-the handle. Leonard Oil Relierts Dtabeu, Stops Bed Ntisti H Is not put in the ears, but Is "Rubbed In Hank ut Bara" and "Inserted in the Nos- trils." Has had a Socceisful Sale since 1907. For sale In Lethbridge by J, D. Hlglnbotham Co, Ltd, Proof ef SUCCM will be you fcy the above druggist ARTHUR SALES CO., Toronto, -_ Ont. This Signature on Yellow Box and an Bottle HEDI-EV DRUG CO. .Hariufacturw 70 Fifth New York City A DELIGHTFUL DRINK i Here's a cool, refreshing, like- able tor. child of adult. It's a LeveraKe that you can with, safety and enjoyment serve at yonr table or to your guests Try it'at yiur favorite fountain, today.-: A 'FULL LINE OF SOFT FLAVORS UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART LEGION, IN THE MOOSE HALL, HIGINBOTHAM BLOCK EVENING AT B O'CLOCK Gents ?5c Ladies 50c Good-Prizes and Refreshments Hpn't You Tried Them Yet? Then You Don't Know What You're Missing! NATIONAL I MAID BREAD Baked In Onr1 'Famous Electric Ovens. WHITE BROWN RAISIN Try These Cinnamon Rolls Layer CakV 'f JcHy Rolls Cup Cakes I and all kinds of Small Cookies Became. They're "Baked National System of Baking, Ltd. 467 5TH ST, SOUTH ALBERTA PROVINCIAL SCHOOL OFAGRICDLTDRE" AT RAYMOND OFFERS COURSES IN Agriculture and Domestic Science CONSISTING OFT i AGRICULTURE DOMESTIC SCIENCE Animal Huttxndry Mechanics Veterinary Dairying Poultry Firm Horticulture NO TUITION FEE Cooking, Sewing Laundry Home Nursing English 2nd Arlthmetb Hobeehold Management Sanitation Dulrylng V'. 1 Poultry Physical Culture NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION Courses extend ovey two winter sessions of five months each commencing Oct. 29 and closing March 26 Open to boys and girls who have reached sixteen years of age. Calendar of and Application, of Admittance Forms obtainable from: 0. S. LONGMAN, B.S.A., Sujit. or School! and DemtastraUon Farms, Edmonton BIG JUBILEE DANCE IN WIEGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE THURSDAY EVi, OCT 21 On this date .the farmers of the Lethbnclge Northern. Irrigation District will vote the deben- tures for the construction of their big system, an act which will for Southern Alberta Come out and help us celebrate, v DUNNING'S ORCHESTRA Per Couple, Including Refreshments TH AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements and Household Goods WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF JOSEPH R1SHEL, N.E. OF SEC. 2 MILES DUE EAST OF ETZIKOM V S0IRDAY, OCTOBER 23 O'CL.OCK SHARP High Grade Percheroru Gray Perclieron; tlud.i'is, years old, weight Ibs., well broken; gray more, 8 Ibs.; gray mare, 8 years old, Ihs.; team gray marcs; 6 years, Ibs.; team brown geld- Inga, rising 4 years, Ibs.; gray mare, 5 years old, Ihs.; gray gelding, old, Ibs.; gray mare, 8 years old, Ibs.; brown mare, S Ibs.; rising 4 years, Ibs.; black gelding, rising 3 years, Ibs.; 2 brown fillies, rising 3 years, two 2-year-olds; 1 colt t One cow, 6 years 1 heifer, 2 years old; Deering McCormick mower; Deerlng hay rake; John Deere gang plow, sulky plow; heavy haiid-blowcr with nest, post drill and'an abundance'o! hand and carpenter tools; .1 breaker, 'steel vdrag, new wooden drag; 11-foot grain drill; Hart Shapley Mulr gis separator; Old Hickory wagon; buegy; galvanized steel tank; new; "Home Com- fort'1 stove; double disc; 4 sets harness; set heavy harness, nearly new; 2-aets breeching-harness; 1 set plow wool mat- tresses, new; I'Ostennpor mattress, new; 3 now Kant-Sag bed springs; 3 iron cupboard, 2 table, and other articles'too numerous to mention. TERMS: 25 per cent, each, balance 12 months credit on ap- proved joint notes or bankable paper with 8 per cent on all credit 8. per. e'cnf off-.for on all credit amounts. No rtserve. Free lunch, at.hodh. C.G.DENTPN, i J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. AT 8 O'CLOCK DR. A. S. GRANT f The noted Prohibition leader, will speak in Knox Church on the Dr. Grant is a very eloquent speaker and every voter should hear his message. Mr. F. Layton, the organist, it arranging a program of music. Shall the importation and the bringing of intoxicating KJn liquors into the Province 11U be forbidden? Shall the importation and the _. bringing of intoxicating IPO liquors into the Province .103 be forbidden? ir THURSDAY ;