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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME/XI, - LETHBKIDGE, ALBE^g^,' SATURDAY DECEMBER 7,1918 NUMBER 304 N NOW -"BRITAIN DAY" IN THE US. BRITIBAY" IS mmm N ITS. CITIES 'New York State Holds Fete Pay itf Honor of Great Ally and Permanent Friend. *' NEW YORK, Dec. 7-Britain Dny, freclaimed as a holiday in New York tate by Gov. Wliltman, was celebrated in thls^ city today by a generous display of'tbe Union Jack and a series ot dinners and (elea. Th�^ Pilgrim Society gave a luhcli-con today in honor of the British army tthd navyand tonight many prominent 'Brtjons. and Canadians will be guests �t a dinner under the auspices of the Sulgravef ZnatltUMon and-the Canadian Club. -I - Special services will be held in nearly all tlie city clibrches tomorrow. The morning newspapefs, devoting leading cditorJala to the subj.ect, generally payv.trlbut* to the loading part jilayed ;by the British Empire in, the great war. Under ,the caption "to a great friend,!-" the Tribune saysy "America; i and Britain ^tand'today loyal and seasoned friends. We have �\ fought a gi'eat fight, shoulder to shoul-''vder, with one purpose and with one vefy human differences �;pf>ypuld). be- able to bring about a peace. Vf...Justice lor Germany, remarks thatijlBars Frederick , William i?' Ijadiy "inlsied. the old staff, and reciuisitlpned state automobiles. When money needs arose^ however, dlfllcuUies began, says the news- __..... paper, which at first were, met by. In- .leads ..to dividual well-wishers, bjit have now Hies-of'the become so urgent that serious cpnse quences  are� threatened. * 'An - undreamed t ot view tp the submlsWoif to the enemy ot ternaa of peace.idlspeDsed with the necessity-of- fujrf^A drafts under the Miliiary ServiCi^^^fend coiiseqijenily ion of the, ictivi-It^.pollce, therpilBvno araneat'y'^ in respefet- of otteme^fifspth-'. mitteO, against the^afit,^]p2!�P�*�t*�S^^, porspectiv? ' and--it.^" the ^u^j^^lfifljKJSSye^m^ji:"] opens up for the state-treasury,'.' the '1;b .prosecute theses oftfeiil^erB.' .Gazette continues, "If ' the - workers'| ' T&e'law-to the utmost practicable and peasants' eouncilR. with at least � gxtBhfc wIU be enforced .against de-30.000 members inf 8,000 Bavarian -fauHefs belonging to Class 1; both spread, i;tho American people salutes and thanks theni today. I'To.irfemember- their deed.s is to praise� tU,emi � The syrapatliy, the coraprehenslbn.i the 'essential com-inunity � of > pblitioaV and moral Ideals between; the two nations should make them firm and permanent qJUes in peace as in: war."- i The. Herald.^ays tJie . celebration "cannot be .'Observed with enough enthusiasm to do justice toi bur valorous and powerful ally." ,:Tho Sun, pointing out Germany's curious misinterpretation of the Brit Ish Empire, ;s"a^s;- "Evidently Germany considered all ^ot- the iSVitish Krepire, outside of one island, - as liabilities rather than assets, to the German mind Ireland was ill lierself a stop to England. Canada was something to be seized by the United States at the first opportunity. India waa a land of mur-muringj ready^ to rise. Australia was-a large Island, too far off to be considered."." South Africa-iiad she not ; srievances? . , ("The'" German conspiracy In Ireland failed. ,iCantida, Quite neglecting the Yankee ^erll thatUhb kaiser talked of-'to Ms dentist, sent to. France an amy Who wrote, at the second battle of Ypreft, perliaps the reddest chapter In all the war, and the other do-ininidns responded with the utmost enUiualasrii." .. � , The Bun,concludes: "Perhaps some CilPI.WM.IIH communities, become active and spend I'O marks a day per-person.".. - * The Neueste Nachrichten demands an accounting. It says that soldiers who formerly served on their soldier pay are now drawing . salaries, .and have In some cases displaced officers and are paying themselves half .as-much again. ^^It questions also whiether paper money is not being surrepti- ously Issued. T^his newspapei-. uses fauH^s those w^o^failed to register under the proclamation of Oct. 31, 1917, , and those ,who-having registered faile'd to repprt These men-Are � subject to severe-penalties which niky be adjudged by the civil or military tribunals apd; instructions have been . issued to the Dominion police to apprehend and prosecute .all such off|enaers. -lilpreover, employers and others stiiulia'bear in mind thdt, the regulat-  -^-V---^_l.lt.lAI.--.1.., ___1...,. the situation for an attaick on ,Kurt joiig p,iohlbitIng the employment, liar Eisner, the Bavarian piemier.. It ijoringvor assisting of defaulters, do-says the neighboring, south-Germans ser'ter8-^ii.nd absentees without leave are growing suspicious of Bavaria and are expressing a desire to -sepftr-ate from her. - Friends in Calgary repbrt that'Capt. W. M. Harrte, better-known, t.-} his Lethbrldge ff lends as "Bili;'; liag been decorated with. the Military Cross. Capt. Harris has been with .Ihe Slst Pattallonj In France. fof-Bome- time. Before thtl>lch-liaB come to Lieut. John BteyjBijBonitprmiBr overman it No. 6 mine,''.Qaii6.'.'/Cblllerles, who has been awai-dei^ the ihilltary cross tor effective -work.dbnBsat Canal ,. , . Du Nord. It will be reinembered that, of these warilorsv wore lighting for the Canadians mwle ,a. great attack deinocracy, .IjBl.lt is more likely that when/the ci-bssinf-of th|B 'cafial was first of all thpywere fighting against effected, reiulUng In the-capture of 10,000 AiENlS WERESLA'UGHB AMSTERDAM, Dec. V.-Turkish , forces massacred .10,000 Armer- . iansi^ whilies^evacuating the tow.nsr-' of Baku, Olti and Ardahan in the � Caucasus, according to reports re- � ct\v*4 by the Vorwaerts of Berlin. ' In the fighting In Baku, more than 3P,0OD persons were killed. In some towns the entire Armenian population was exterminated, T^he Turks ofrmitt., patting the I British Hon. JJiider the picture are jtheworhs, "Good old boy^" REPORTlTBRM LlMAt Peru,,55$c.C 6,-Re^^orts in c'irculatiou In. Wmfl. to'pljsfrfr * were to the effect^that.4 B'raalJ bad .begun tp moblllice li4r trcotti > Thej-e^was s-no official ,potfflriPBtion.> , Fi-anciico^Varela, .eerwTlan minlstei', LONDON, Dec. 7.-(British Wireless sepvlce)-^The councils of LIvpnIa, Esthonia and Courlahd have sent an appeal to allied and neutral governments urging intPi'ventiori In the Baltic provinces against the Invasion of Rua-aian Bolsheviki forces, according to a telegi'Hm from Copenhagen. The Bolsheviki, who have invaded part of the.provinces, arc kiUin� and burning as they advance. Th�i variJHs ports of tW provinces are filled with fugi-1 tlves in anticipation of tbe arrival of allied and neutral warships to protect them. , A Announcement was made in London ejirly. in the week that British war-shins had reached Libau, Lithuania. Holland Will Give Him Up Will Ask, However, that Hohen-zollerns TBe'Interned in East Indies LONDON, Dec. 7.-If the allies insist upon the delivery of the former German emperor and crown prince to an international court of justice,. Holland will yield, but .will first urge that the allies content themselves with an understanding by Holland to In-ternv,them for life in one' of the Dutch colonies, according to an Am]|terdam dispatch to The Ex- ' .'press. ..; Hdlland, it is understood, will au^gest that William -Hohenzol-lerji and his soh.be placed: on an j. i�MiBd!i|n. eitlier, the East or West, ^; lndi**V whiire,.they->itill be- Bward>._;^ ed"l>y;ia';Oulih^^le^t^ : Want*.-Compensation It is aieo anticipated that Hoi-, land wlll^be asked for compensa-tioh'Tor permitting a violation of ,her neutrality by, allowing Ger-^''mah troops to be passed tKfough tlie province of Limburg on their retreat from _Beigium, and-receiv-in0 - German' supplies ' from Ant- ^ werp. This compensation, says . the correspondent, may possibly be the cession of certain .territory along -the Belgian frontier owned by Holland since 1839, perhaps the southern part of Dutch Limburg, the population of which region is'claimed to be principally Beliajan'.,. SH m IN COLOGNE: 8S OCCUPAI'N J British Aimy of Occupation Takes Over Famous Rhine City -German Government Fully Expects Allies to Occupy All of Country^-Eisner May Succeed Solf at Berlin. ^ AMSTERDAM, Dec. 7.-British troop* entered Cologne at 4 o'clook"' Friday afternoon. DISCUSS ALLIES' OCCUPATION LONDON, Dec. 7.-An extraordinary meeting of the German cabinet was summoned at Berlin on Thursday evening to di*ou*t the powlbtllty of the allies occupying Berlin, owing to Germany'* alleged Inablli^ to carry out the terms pf the armistice, according to Amsterdam advice* to the Express. '. AMERICANS AT C0BLEN2 AMSTERDAM, -^Dec. 7__Five American officer* arrived at Co^tenz on Thursday and conferred- with the burgomaeter, the local German commander and the railway authorities, according to the Coblenc Gazette. The-newspaper states that the last German troop* .will leave Coblenz on Saturday. . - ) EISNER TO SUCCEED, 80LF n LONDON, bee. 7.-Kurt .E^ianer, the Bavarian premier, probably will succeed Dr. Solf as German foreign minister. Negotiation* on the aubject are now proceeding between Berlin and IVIunlch, according to the Cologne .'Gazette, quoted in an Amsterdam dispatch to the Exchanga Telegraph ^' company. Reggie Campbell Paid \^ay, To Italy and Was Decorated by King For Great Feat British Govt. AgreestoPrinciple Long Contended For By Bailwaymen ^ LONDON, Dec. 7.-The British government, has agreed to the principle of nn S-hour day for all members oi the wages staff of the railways in the United Kingdom in fulfillment of the pledge given the'railwaymen receijtlj' by the president of the board of trade. The 8-hour day will cbme Into operation-next February. I AH existing coudilious of service, will. remain unaltered pending' a decision of a committee of representatives of both sides, which wlU-^e set lip to review -vvages and other cbndlt-lona of-service of rallwaymen. .Leaders of railWaymen's unions ex-pr'eass sutlsfaetloii over the government's action. J.'Hi Thomas, ieneral secretary of the national Union of Rallwaymen, declared that the settlement, reflectied great credit upon' the "PR other absentee A Paris dispatch Friday gave the Petit , , . , i. � ,, toun aL as authority fot- the statement government ,and showed it. had a de^ that- British warships had enterechJetK provost-marshal lor j will leave'for 'V^r^iiih}nKt9n next, weefc'one" who is fool enough to come to those who are> foolish-enough to do sb pay their taxes, but be careful' about making the other fellow pay up; you , might hurt his feelings and scare him-f I from coming back wMn the next vacant lot boom starts." ''Protect, the owner of vacaut-iJroperty, and.soalcTt to the people who have bullti_ homes, and places of business for themselves' and othprs. They should have known better, and they must he  punlahed for making the foundations tor, at�-sentes* ^nd for persons who do not improve their property. Everything must be made ready for-thesej i'wlse! people to come nad reap the.'UenefltS; that have been, made ready for tl\9wil' b^ those'who have born'e the btirden.' and heat of the day.", "Soak it lo'ahy- 1 wei(tep Oanadai with headQuarters at! to assume the poa^^of Puiivlan; minis. /Lethbrldge to live and do.buaineaa-'* " � ' He'Will be succeeded here ; ter to the 'IlrJt^'Bt^teB.Vl^AvTe'-organ-1-^A citizen's comments on the tnew fC?|Jgary , ibyt'AIalpr; Watson. Both o/ficera saw |a�>yl6�.^at'^the' front. ijl^jatlow of thelf�ei'.uvJapTtJab]n&t! wlllj-tax proposals of the Mayor nnd Goii^-);ere4itlie chrtrg 'fiblnclde wUh':'V8"^el4'al;idepBrtiire. ,j mlsslonerb. ' - .jPrej^ch'courts. ; P^RIS; Dec. 7.-(Havas)-The for-ni!|JMon otan international jury to try ttiif'rormsr German emperor is gaining ifridJis support in France/ Uio, Matin ffayB."'AttoMiey-GeneraliLescov3eu, after ian Investigation, has; transmitted ,to the ministry .lustlce tUa charge of^lrnirder'made agalnat the former eirpferflr-by: MadamO' Prleur- w'ncfle husban^ was;kiil'il in the f^rpedoing of the .mall steamer Jausse'x. The ;8,t( arafy-gefleral' aai4 jttW he oonsld-�re(|!.tlie charge lnadmliS(fal)lfl ih . the was a gopdan)^ury fbr-4h8 future. Mr. Thomas pointed out^iat tlie principle of tiis ,8-hpur day,.affected all the rallwaymen in tho .United Kingdoniv incltjdlng Ireland.',, He said that the committee to .investigate conditions and wages would begin its enquiry after, the"'-general elections. PUNtSH OUTRAGES AGAINST WOMEN CHICAGO, Deo. '7.-A demand that mistreatment of Belgian and French women during the war be purflahed 'Was made here today and that action be tfken which will render such outrages impossible in tlie future, in the form of a resolution by the executive committee' of tjie National AVomen's Cbriktlan Temperai^ce. Union, which closed'itj^vafmual'session today. XHE WEATHER High .. ............. 53 Lbw^:., ....... r.:V=;r  � �     ..... 38 ! fol-Maat^Falr. and mild. Ono of the most thrilling stories of the-war has for its hero Reggie Campbell, young son of W..M. Campbell, K.O., ot Macleod,. who has just heard of tho exploit which brought such high honor to tli^e taTq.ily. . Wixen. Reggie's brother. .Hugh Campbell, enlisted with- the Canadians the younger son made desperate efforts/to he taken on the strength, but lack of proper physical condition defeated his purpose. So determined .was the young man, tlien-only about jsLS, to'lo to the front that his father supplied him with mon^ to go to England in the hope that he would bo able to join the Imperials. But; In England ng'am he was'disappointed, the .medical board turning �hlm down. Undaunted by two refusals of his offer to servo, the young man; paid his'way to Italy, where he succeeded in joining one of the .services of the Italian army. . . ; I-Io was -not in ihe'front lines owing to Ills physical .disijljility, but one^ day the opportunity came for him to' display the stuff he is made of. The Austrians/lelivered a very strong .attack in -ni'ass on a bridgehead, and It looked serious for the Italian defenders when young Campbell' and two Italian comrarles organized a party for a counter-attack. The Herald has no.t the details of the .fight, but it is known that the Maoleod soldier and his Italian comrades were  able to beat off the Austrians, 'killing a great number of tlieni. The -feat was reported to Kinff-Victor of Italy, and-lie himself pinned on tho-breast of the young ijiHn the hteliost decoration awarded in the Italian army. Fuller details of the-Maclood boy's faat will be obtained by The Herald and published later, but suffice to say that Mr. Campbell, Avltli one son, Hugh, just home from the front with a Military Medal decoration, and his other son w hero of the Italian forces, is one of the happiest and proudest men |n .Alacleod today." LEAGUE OF NATIONS ' IS MOST IMPORTANT STATES THAT MINE Secretary ^Rro^ne Says "jefemn ' ;, pahy Has Come to TermsW; , i''/. Operators Say There ""^^ '. Never Was Ultimatum  C.'VLGARY, Dec. T.-AccordipB. to as statement made to .The Herald tiiia , morning;by Secretary Brown of,'Dis-> trict No. 1.S of tire United'Mine ;Work-: era ot Amerlcaj th^ Japanese; that ; were-employed at No.* ji Gait coaV . mine at Lethbndge have now been withdrawn by the Canadian Pacific ; Railway. The dispute ng far.asithe;' miners are concerned has therefore: had a satisfactory tennlnation.  � ..... .... ,.' ..^ No new strike developments .are.', reported today other than a denial by the Gait Collleriea that neithersit-the Calgary olfic* ot th* company; nor at tthe local ftfflces ha* any; ulti--matuni been issued by th� executl-i^e-of Local Union No. B74, U. M.i'W. fit; A, to the effect that if Japanese em-, ployees are not released by 'Mondiy a strike will be called on Mondjiyi morning. ,';�': �, and local coal dealer? report that-they have hundreds of orders to be > filled today and early next -week;.; i- , LONDON, Dec. 6.-^Arthur Balfour, secretary of state for fofetgn affairs, In outlining hl% view* on the ipeace conference.today, sajd he believed' the question of a league of nations waa the most important work im.oofed on ,the conference. The prorjiinenee;'Mr. Wilson'ha* given the subject.Is; a valuable contribution to civilization, he jald. " EMBARGO REMOVED OTTAWA, Deo. T.^The'emb^i'g'b on nialt shipments has beqn removed by the Canada Food Boajrd, arift; the export, and imjiort department will.snow favorably consider :;appllcationa'. ; to .export malt to the,United,,gt^tes, Mexico, Central and. south I America, Culm, the West Indies; iNe'^'foundUECl andjapan. . � .. �.� :.;'.\ :. " - Though little interest In the .acWpf -. board election on Monday appears .qn, 000,000 aterlinV tot Great Brjtaln.-and her ifomlnlpn* a* reparati(?#.<; for the war, according to ^TjJlfi i-Hl'! Dally Mall. "The newspaper ^a^iyf ;'t5;^-It un�eratands that Premier Woyjj.'!' George will make thi* anBOiinc.et-;;%75-jJ ment in a peeeh;at'l.eed*'.tpa