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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xiu. LETHBWDOE. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920 NUMBER 237 BE SURE AND REGISTER BEFORE NINE O'CLOCK [Taken From the Soviet Forces in Aggressive Offensive SOVIET SEA FORCES CLAIM VICTORY OVER GENERAL WRANGEL LLOYD GEOfcGE WELCOMED BY SWISS WARSAW, Sept. Polish forces .continue to advance east of Vladlmlr-Volhynsk, southeast of Srest-Litoysk and occupied the towns 'of Porczkov and Chorostov, accroding to an official statement .issued The towns of Kam- ien'and Kaspirzkl, north of have been taken, the Russian sov- iet armies losing prisoners. TAKE FORTIFIED CITY WARSAW, Sept. an Important fortified city forty miles east of Vladimir-Volhynsk, has been captured by the Poles, who have won successes along a front of approximately 240 miles, according to an official statement Issued here today. Retirement LONDON, Sept. ofti- i tlal statement from Moscow received i by wireless today admits u Hussion re- tirement', in'the Lemberg region. Ill pays: "In the region of a re- of fierce' fighting, our troops re- tired to the line of" Sckolow, Stanis- Jautlok, Bysly and Kameti villages, 'flie fighting is continuing." Victory .for Soviet Sea Force Sept. for Ihe soviet-flotilla iii the-'Sea ot Azov over-General.-Wrangers naval forces Alberta Man Soldier Settlement Bd. First photograph to reaoh Cahada-ot Lloyd Oorge's arrival at Lucerne. Switzerland. Hie visit was eilt short by the exigencies of. the Irish situation and the threatened miners' strike. Radicals Held Rest For Deliberately Planning Outrage In lifall Mreet latent from today. atent from u tho .laud figfiUng' tcde a Betback'.aM in jt.lie neighborhood of Oriakhoff. irrigation Rkst Develop Through O'Leary, is to he the. 16.succeed the.'late L.ega'l.-' FormerPremier Government Aid! Of B.C. Is Bead SEATTLE, Sept. bf a national program for the reclam- ation of waste and arid lands, plans for financing jmd carrying on Irriga- tion projects. In the west, and deci- sion of proposed soldier settlement schemes were principal subjects be- fore the Irrigation and Development congress, by officials of five northwestern states, which met at the University ot Washington here Thurs- day. "The limit of great development (__ through the efforts of individuals and j ellifca in tin private initiative has been Mr. Heaven declared Henry Sazzalo, president of the University of Washington, in wel- coming the delegates on behalf Gov- ernor Louis P. Hart, who was unahlo to be present. "From now ho con- tinued, "these greater developments projects will require larger co-opera- tion and greater public- financial aid." VICTORIA, .Sept. Robert Beaveu, premier of British Co- lumbia, for nearly, "twenty years a leading Dgiira in" tbe'political lite of this province, and cue-of the most energetic mayors of Victoria, is dead at his homo here age of 84 years. Robert Heaven Tvas .hor-n" at Leigh, Staffordshire, England, on January 28. Ho was-the son of the late Kev. Jumcs Beaven. DJX, who occup led the clmir of 'riietaphyfiica and University- ot Torotlo. was educated at Upper C.'anailii College, Toronto, where he graduated. Jlo was attracted to Victoria hy the gold excitement, went to Cariboo and returned to enter business here. He was a member of. the.early admin- istration of. the seventies, and was premier from 1SS2 to 1883. He was first elected mayor In 1892 anil flllecl the office In 1S93 and" 1895. Former French President Leav- ing Fratice fo Uesido in Belgium OTTAWA, 18. Major John .Barnetl been appointed a chairman of the Soldiers' Settle- ment Board in to W, J, Black.' Major Barnett born en a Carlelon county, Ntw Bnins- wlck farm, and attended College, Halifut, he was graduated In arU and law In 1905. He went west In the follow- ing year. and.took up the practice of law at Innlsfall, Alberta, suc- ceeding to the practVcc of Judye Carpenter on hii elevation to the btnch. Major Barcetl enlisted In the 187th jatUUon and went oTereeas as CAP-" and adjutant ot that unit