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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TT.V THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALb TYPICAL PEACE RIVER COUNTRY MONEY NEEDED FOR MAKING REPAIRS TO WESTMINSTER ABBEY llouor, ilta Lie hae, received a ivu the IVan i'f duii, lingliuij, slalln: very extensive minster Alder. It it will require at lea lars tu do all ihc 1 HO l tinlcution .from Abbey, Lon- ihul there must euairs to; estimated, that sf ime million dol necessary work. It would be were tuatle from every corner of the Em- pires that: this "resting placa of Hug- Uud'e Kings'' should be preserved to the Eniplre-oud act allowed to decay and become a ruin It waa further Suggested that the Ueuteuant Govern- or of each province ofeu a branch ft IhU Kestoratiou Fsnd at liOrerumeitt Hoiiss. and that the people of provlnye -bo solicited to contribute to thfs xer." (uud His Honor the Xieutenaut Caverow of Alberts! would be pleased to receive anil for-j ward to the Trustees of the Fuiidr anr.contrlbutiou which the citizens Ot Alberta iuay feel pleased to make. TbL pho o SEALED MM TOURIST (By; Msll.l keeper! returned to China sine? remAjiE the oue countr Scaled the establltfe'nenj of the bolenevTs rt to the iH'alwir tourist Until nnJKlme in Siberia Those Associated Press cui-respondent ami who .escape ihr'ongh tSo bolshevik cor- Brptuc" rrcenth made ihe dou iravcl across Into Chlcj mile-journey from atd holshevii agents cross the 700- Siberia, nto proper laile Gfrhl desert in tnelr trips to rnd Moscow and Petrograd in d ..croi (from ihc Vlidlrostofc distra- ins Finrueh frontier no it was oldnorld caravan route Kussii, for ijtore -than tae Associated Press conespfrnd J cnl used to ente- Siberia, I'After ASmirsl .defeat lastj by train, automobile, horse and steam-) liar "Russia and.'parcel Siberia again i boat from JPekius to A erkhue L dlnsfc were united but tho Tied force did L on tha river where travel not follow lip tueir successes bt end 1 by the JTrans-Siberlan railway agai i Irkutsk, -JScJtterat. remnants of I Is possible. KOlchaks forces retreated on font loj Wireless diipatches from Moscow .1 c nargos. f >r inters and fluking fuud.'must met, these burdensome, 'l-jclns these conditions, gov I i ha- decide] borrow ins the al uad lo proriile jrealer sums from'rev-s enuo' than hitherto.' -ThV present! ceadweiKht'war be reduced) b> definite sinbing funds, for onlv bv means 1% it hoped to deflate credits to lower prices'- 'returrc to coadltioas of sound 'finance." t reduce further i UiiQ minimum NO CLUE TO s Chita where tnej joined wilh ihe Ccs btate that sacks and leglonancs Somcnnrf and Ihorc again cstibliahcd si) anti barrier (.Then Sihenan port, feU to local revolutionists who ex iheir sympathv for the sorlet retime but ft was uuSerstood In VJad nos'lptc, tho Vtempt to establish a soriel resime in fir Fasleru Siberia was to ho postpon-d Until alter the departure of foreign Sfborja remained divided, the imag nvlng.iit, the Inko Baikal aad fjantime proy.nces, while helwetn these districts Semenoft and Scmenotf has of refujeea from ool shevlsm ara gatherea In Irtattt The'r onn desire Js to get out of territory but tbotCossacts -will not illow 4hem to pass alongyhe >ail tav lone, feanng agents in their On lie jolher sWe of the barrier if refugees gathSred at and II rhiu during Ihe last years in to'cross tpssack belt into soviet) Sib'ena 'SDifllctilt living ceased his acti-boUbeTik activilles; It is "reported, even as'xed his 'orces to ha incorporated in lha bol- iheTik-armies." Such action would mean an ojren way into Siberia But Asia never will compete with Europe for the favor of tha hattle- 3eld tourist. There can be no '.aw days'-tours.of tho battlefields in war is a sclenco of great as well as ot guns and men .and strategy In a day Russian irciies more "ground than some armies covered m years of var Tho Admiral Ivolchak a 'orces from Perm and Ufa ended miles to the dis- -anco across the United StatCi, from longest -e- j-eat in military historr. And the distance tram the Kolchai. front in :he Brals to the other Russian fronts is that of the breadth ot Europe I i- 1 fhisn reads-libfenerii to rtha stories -Th's waj contained in a report by Sir Jostph Mark Sheldon, commissioner for Australia, frojn Premier W. ll'Hughes The total revenue was if which 000 was consumed in extcndHtms exppndllures oi Jhe'commonwealth totalled f 1 905 745 000 More than 18 per cent, of the cost was met by revenue and tho war loans "Anstraliana taxed lightly dur- ing the ivar and when money was with Great Britain, and Blntas 4s 13 shillings and 9 pence per capita, Compared with. 23 pounds 8 shilltogi and in Oniat borrowing abroail is ont ol tio'o.nestfon ou ac count o'f alnStfsl tmoSlblllve cost.'shl'e lecoraefc more each successiVo loan J "College Ecjucated" Ingersolls THE Maple Lerf was the first Ingersoll It's still gdmg and going stronfc., You know about .the Maple Leaf, of course. Meet his traveling companions, Waterbury and Reliance! Waterboty, a debonair IS and suave, tng and stylish, Re'iarice, aatonislunglyshrD, ur- bane wnb a sophisticated ness m his every movement. Lie the1 Maple Lraf they're dependable, durable, likeable, reli- able. Bu t they have th'e finish, refine- ment 'and appearance They're Ingersplla with col- ac- curacy and 'performance. xWatetbnrr aad1Rehancfe an designed to pvelngsrsoll service along with greater stBftrineBS AH atalowpncet' ,l' i ry t9.2S Ktlofce fit it 1 1 1 Modeh fretn to T J -t Helping Humanity Ik. BETWEEN ik W atl old ilkvet, Inm rormulB. been handed down from generation K Etncratcon. TRV IT. It may cost .fewtenta more'but It II AJ- It I made from tho AND ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT Haven't Yau Tried Them Yetl Then You Don'f Know What You're Missing! NATIONAL MAID BREAD Baked 1n Our Kamonsi. KleclMc Ovens. WHITE BROWN RAISIN Try These Clhh-am.on' Rolls Layer Cake. Jelly Rolls Cup .Cakes ai! kinds of Small Cookies Taste Better Becaiise Baked Differently. Lethbridge National f i System of Baking, Ltd s- 5TH ST. SOUTH The Bootlegger we do about him? THE ENORMOUS PRICES t he bleeil. hu victims for MAKES WHILE for him to take, the risks, and bring law ana order Vote'control of the Liquor Traffic under our own Provincial Government Have our own VENDORS ONLY handle all dis- pensing, OCTOBER 22; f PURE LIQUOR .IN SEALED PACKAGES ,j AT FAIR PRICES That will TAKE THE PROFIT OUT OF THE BOOTLEGGER'S 'BUSINESS and" he will away v f LET'S DO THIS VOTE "YES" And Do It Right! Inserted by the Social Seivice League i fechnical lidnKtwi INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BAY AND NIGHT CLASSfS WltL OPEN ON NOV. ,8TH, COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Tractor Motor Electrical Power Plan; Steam Mining Farm Mechanic CORRESPOND- fee Railway Architectural Jleitanlcal TELEGRAPHY-- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS ACCOUNTANCY- Short per torm. Rcgulir Courm S10.00 torm. Farm Maehbwi; Farm Caipeatry Farm Engine Bktterr VUtbf tachiiie' Special further Information and enrolment apply to Provlntltl Institute of Ttchnolojy arid Art, Eut Calgary. i O. A. CAMPBELL. Dlrtctor (of Teehnital Educa- tion, Parliament BulMlitflt, EAnmton, Get him to tell you about the early days in Southern Alberta. These i esidents'of many years can supply the material for the best stories in the What'will be the Southeui that will win the prizes? The winners will advertise the efficient of Jhe training received in the schools-they attend. r l" 1 i i- The Competition f .Dec. 10 f- __ T s THERE WILL BE EIGHT. PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS 1 First Second 50.00 Third prize 35.00 Fourth Consolation SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Years First prize Second Third 20.00 Fourth 10.00 Consolation prizes. _.r. CONDITIONS {1} Competition Kill be con- fined to ijonafid- residents in Southern Alberta i i (2) Stones must not exceed .1.500 Stress will 'bo placed oa the particular Interest of the contribution and the particular" 'narrative lorm In whlcfa it is urittcir Heganl will also t'lve'n to lllerdry and grammad 'trohstruction; (a) CompetUors miisl not pi- Uch Iho paper utpon If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once. r which etorj is written. The name and addresi fat, to be written oa