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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XH LliTIimUDGK. ALIUUITA. 1'HUUY SKPTKMHKU NTMUKU 230 GO VT. USES STRONG HAND IN IRELAND CAPTURE OF WHOLE KOLCHAK SOUTHERN ARMY BY BOLSHIES This is Claim Made Hy Wrings Total Captures Up To LOSS OF UKRAINE BLOW TO BOLSHEVIKS BOSTON POLICE V STRIKE BREAKING.. Kept. sllnn- tion of. Ihe HolshcvIM In lluwia Is considered hoiiclcEs, accorillng ir> cooimtinlrallona reaching tim Ukranlan mission al Herne. Tho uvacuitlon ot tho Ukrainian gran- ary Just before Jiarvoat. it Is poinled oul, means a heavy blow to the Bolahovlkl. Steps havo Lcen -taken to incorporate all Ukrainian- prisoners relurninE from Hungary, and Turkey Inlo Pctlura's army, the- Holshcvikl. SepL re- mainder ot Admiral Kolchnk's southern army In the region of Akllublnsk and Orsk, lins surren- dered to Ihc Bolshcvlki, it ia rlalmcd in a Uolshcvlk wirclesa from Moscow today. This raises "the total of Holslievik c.inlurcj Trcin the Kolrhak forces within a week lo 45.000 men. ft Is dedared. A llolshcvlk wireless message yei- U-nlay claimed the rapture of nearly prisoners from the Kolchak soiilhcrn army. To Jay's soviet communication also niir.ounccH tho capture oT a number of prisoners in Uie northern Uvina .Theso iirisoners. It ia dec-tared in the olUcial statement, Included some Uriliah troops. Russian Situation Summarized Sept. IB authbrllatlvely announced that Ihc j Poliili-IJthuanlau ndvnnco (.award Dvlnsk checked by the Bol- fhoviki; -who havo forced llie Poles back In the J'dlolak nrea to syabi. Uen. clcarlnK up the area, belwccii and. Mos- cow. HlY cavairy norlh ami cast of Kief Is advancing Inward Clicrnlgcv and is wilhin 10 milog of Ihnt city. Dolflicrik counlcr-offcnslves al KJarknoffnord havo failed, hut fnrlher tast (ho wins of the Don nrr.iy nnd Gen. Wrangel's troops on both hanks of the Volga, have bccm com- pelled lo relrccl before powcrfyl lint- shcvik attacks. liolchak'fi poslllou In t continues to improve. Tho position on Iho northwestern RUE Firm 'front ia not mammliy changed. HOSTOX, Mass, Sept. Applications for reinstatement, have been maO.o by a "nuui- Ler" o[ striking policemen, Superintendent of Police Crow- Icy said LoJay. 1IS1E MYIHGUEOF Parliament Will Name Committee On G.W.V. Bonus Ottawa, Sepl. I I. 'llios. Longwortli, Lellibridge, Alta. Mailer arranged salisfaclorily lo ih'e War Veterans on ihe spot here. A Parliamenlary Committee 'is lo be appointed lo enquire into ihe entire mailer of re-establish- ment and make report this session. W. A. BUCHANAN. The above telegram was received this morning by President Longworth of the Great War Veterans Associa- tion here. "I am very "really pleased willi ihe-butcome of the said Pres. Longworth. "A thorough investiga- tion of our request is what we have been asking [or anc now we are going to get it." Troubles In The Balkans LONDON, Sepl. has re- plied lo Ihc message from Presldeni Wilson demanding that disorder cease in lhat country, declaring thai all measure B will bo Inkcn lor the maintenance ot order and security in AnatoTn, according lo a Conslnntin- oplo dispatch la ihc Exchange Tele- graph Company. i Turks in Thrace Revolt J.> PA11IS, Sept. delayed cfated Press dispatch from Athens. dated Sept. says that ihe Turks Inl.> i western Thrace have revolted I have, been Joined by the (Jroek rcni- nants tlicre. Montenegrins Fighting PAH IB. Sept. 12.--A. Montenegrin of- ficial communication issued at Paris says that, fighllng conllnueg fiercely throughout .Montenegro aKalnsl the I Serbian Invaders who liavo suffered j severe losses. The Serbians havo soul 15.000 reinforccmcQls by way of Bos- nia and Cnttaro. The communication complains ol atrocities upon Montenegrin men anl I womeii. Sinn Fein Agitation Receives Setback as Result of Police Raids MINE STHIKE BREAKING Premier Lloyd George Launches Campaign on Hehfilf of League LONDON, Sept. Lloyd George in a speech to be livened In the Guildhall, October 1, in behalf of the league of na- tions union will inaugurate a cam- paign which IE to be carried on throughout the country during the autumn, ending November 11 with demonstrations every town sud city In the United Kingdom. It. is isld by. promoters ihc movement will-spread to other countries and that November 11 be made "League of Nations which also is armistice day. Those whb-wj.ll take part In the campaign iQ the. British Isles nrc Lord'Robert (feellr" Robert A. Lys- te'r, Sir William Seager and other members of paritament. British Press Comment on Mines Nationalization Is Critical of Labor's Action SCIIANTOX Pa., Sept. Tbc Ilrst. brent in the ranks ot tbc Btrikiufi miners came night when nieml-ers of chri't: locals of Delaware uinl JluJron employees voted to return 10 work Saturday. ThOFe locals liavc n iiieinliership ot Two Irish Members of Parlia- ment Placed Under Arrcsl in Dublin CHURCH IS DESTROYED AT FUNERAL SERVICE NEW Sent. hearse bearing the body ot Horace Traubol, pocU 'biographer and literary execu- tor ot Walt Whitman, had jusL drawn up in front of the Church oi llie .Messiah here late yesterday anil .arge conKregntion was ivitUiii await- ing tlie services ivhcii fire lirokc from ihcfinpo organ in tlio chancel and spread so rapidly IhnL the intc-rior soon was a mass of flames. The cliurcli, whicli was almost n-holly destroyed, was one ot HIP oldest in tlic city. IL was founded lu 1S25. LONDON'. Ren. A. (20 years the trades congress has ifisss- "cd a rcsolutioii Favoring nationaliza- tion, hut yesterday's TpLc suppocLine; !Slr. Snitllic's demand fur compelling the government lo nationalize tbe coal liill. the Fcr.relary of war, for tis dec- iridnslry brings variety. Tlic Daily Telegraph j igraph speaks of the resolution as equjialent ol a rleclara- i lion of. ivar upon conslitnlional gov- eminent. The Dally Graphic dcscri'ucs it as i-. diallcnge to the nation. Several other ncivapapcrs InstEt iliat the only body which can "compel [Kelly, a volunteer oflEcer in the north laraMon oE.; yesterday regarding the 1 delay in the evacuation. o[ northern 1 llUFsia hy Uritish forces wns delivered Jamca Henry Tnoma3r laLor her of of tho sessions-o( the'trades union congress here today. Mr. Thomae moved a resolution demanding that the troops he from KUE- sin. Recrclnry Would Guard Canada's Auton- omous Authority RcgavdiiiR Entry Info War OTTAWA, Sept. house divided at 1.15 a.m. on Ihc Field- ing amendment to the peace treaty resolution, with Ihe following re.- sult: -Against, 102; for, 70. Churchill, said Mr. Thomas, had not ansv.-ereil Iho recent indictment hy LTcut.-CoI.. Shcnvood the government is parliament." Tiie Morning Poal Ihinks that J. II. j Russian relief force, that JJritifih lives I Thomas, Ift i IP nr LI pr A IU Tl I I I jnnlicipatcd th IU IlL LLLU 1 LU r.-oulil he con vei Htitiah Lnbor Leader Who Was Dcfcalcd a( General Elec- tions Gets Scat LONDON, Sepl. Hen- derson, llic labor leader, who was de- feated for re-election to parliament nt Lho general election last winter, was elected In Ihe houso of commons today at (lie hye-clcctlon In Wldnoss, Mr. Henderson polled