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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME-SI. CiE, KATl'HDAY DKCEMBUH 7, NUMBER'301 BRITISH FORCES IN NOW HOLLAND Will GIVE UP DAT' IN THE U.S. Telegraphic Briefs THIRTY KILLED 1 PARIS, Dec, Thirty persons .were klllfd and BO Injured today whf n a 'train carrying soldiers on tezve collided another Irajn near Chateau Raux. York Slate Holds'Fete Pay in Honor of Great Ally and Permanent Friend.f XEW YORK, Dec, Day, proclaimed as a" holiday in New York Mate by Oov. was celebrat- ed In thh, city today Ly a generous display of- the Union JacK and u ser- ies of dinner a and fetes. Pit grim Society gave a lunch- eon today in honor of tlie DrJUGli army lunlght many prominent 'Uritons.'ontl Canadians Mill be gucsla at a. dinner under Ihc auspices ol the SiilgrHfg Insill'JUon ami'Ihc Canadian Club. j Special services will Lc held hi ly nil lhe'city churches tomorrow. I "Tlio morning newspapers, devoting leading ctfllorlala-to tLe subject, gcu- erally to the leading part. played .by the Empire In, the great war. Under ,lhe caption "to s great Tribune says.v "America anil Ilritniu stand today loyal and seasoned friends. We have fought a gr'enl fight shoulder to shoul- der, with ono purpose find with'one Trill. Together won lhat tiilit.. Together slaiul wnfle fiener'aUdiiB ii6iT'IlvlriV buuii.'euuii'rc, "Tlte-Hreat-war-bas proved lhat America are bound to ,Ula frame route and seek the RBDIB human dlircr- c'ncea jol baaed on our'sev: urat liitcnso.'nalioriaHtiea, Wo flail our- 'selves; united In 'n eciinmoii. failU .and lionv.oLrlght ami Justice lo all men." The T tinea f'Iii keeping toi'Cay tho Uniled Slates' can rec'bgniio aiojc- lionor'lhe 'iiidlTldiial .multiform .skill, the qule't and supreme'courage and devotion, fenaclty and Improg- natJic Fts'j'.utior. cf 'Jin RriUsh.people. "IVJthout; llieai'ihc PotsJaiH consplrir" tora. vould.hare won. Wherever. Iho U. S, ABMY WASHINGTON, Dee> Perihlna's report for Friday on the advance of (he American army of occupation Into Germany fol- lows; "The 3rd army advancing atong the entire front today reached the general line Udelhovcn-Docweller- Laubacti-DrleschToclanroth- Wor reslMch." GOLD FOR THE KAISER Dec. The. president the. Hamburg sold- iers' and workmen's council has declared to the Hamburg (hat he knew, positively lhat 90 baflt of minted gold have been icnt Holland, for William Hohenzolicfn, the far- mer Carman BASEL, fee.. British forces which entered Cologne to- day were English .Lancers and armored moior cart. Thref bridge- the cupled by allied Cologne. will by' the Bri'Jsh Mtini will be 'occupied by the French. American wjll girrltort Iht bridgehead 'at Cob- lenjc, between and Mains. .Workmen's and Soldiers' Councils arc Running Coun- try Rapidly Into Financial Ruin, MUNICH, Dee. Geneva.) Anxiety Is being shown by llie Oer- inin, especially the Havarlan, press over llio financial slabJUiy and even the honesly ot many o[ ilie huntlvcdR of soldiers' auil v.'o.rkmcn'a councih Moiv conductlug In this coun- try. HcUable reports lhay the ol these councils for the hurt-two 000 marks. If this rale of expenses conlinuca .to bo lhe -usual cost of ojjeniling lhe government, it will ex- ceed the total Oeruian tudgel, with Its enormous outlay for military uii- by several liinea. The Bavarian Gazette says iha't tlie money difficuUies of tho councils are Send in Your Donation Already ackhowltdaed ,Chai. 2.M Lois Latftrop, Norfcian and Marlon Harris and PctCr Smith, proceedi of show at their home 1.07 Eleanor and Bobble Fleming t.50 Try and Dulcje Llpplnowell 2.00 j Three Hille children managed lo ecrane together J1.07 in (n-nulcs yes- terday The He.rdlilr9 Christinas Fund [or poor children, iiullhig on a "show" in their bom p. Tills enterprise dosorvos belter support. Tor Hie "grown-Hffs.f The HeraU appeals (o Iho grown-ups to jjel behind ChrlBltfiaflChecr Fuui] stronger Iban.'cvur llilx'year, because the uetMl Is KO great, The Nursing Mission la anilous that not n. home atioulil lie over- looked, and we arc sure ilia( (lie G'oouielftws of Lellibrulgc feel tlie same way about It, British Army of Occupation Takes Over Famous Rhine. City, I German Government Fully Expects Allies to Occupy All of Eisner May Succeed Solf at Berlin. Full Penalty of (he Law Will He InflicleiTUpon Military Defaulters OTTAWA, Ucfe! Arllmr Meigiieu reterrea-thiB mornln; In var- ious communlcat'lpiis Dial havt> reach- ed the.Eovernment -with regard to tlie Holland Will ive Him Up Ask, However, ihat llohen- zbllerns He Interned in East Indies constantly growing moro acute. -Tho prosecution of roflllary'.iieraullera. The financial problem was slmpief in.'' tha [acting" Justice stales tbat hoglnnlDg, because, H is said, Buspensiou ot occupied -state bulIdluHs hostilffles consequent upon the nrhiis- -which'iVere healed apd lighled Iias.'bien-arfiingetl with a the old'fiiaffj nn'J requialtlppeil slate, vleiy ip the submisaion lo lhe enemy ilividual but have, now I tics police, there is.iio become so urgent LUat serious conso-janihesly'-in [ijuenccs are, threilcoej. .I.KJtleil against the.' "Au -nnilreamea Jot' pcrBpnctive.1 opens up [or the stale- th'e To prosecute lufM- .Gaicllo contlaucs, "If f the.- workers; I (o utmost prflclicalilo and at least euforced gainst iO.0110 members ,n S.COO Bavarian faultas heioilging to 'Cla.ii-1; boll: communities, become active oud spend ,thoseVho'Iailed to register iniUef Ihe JO. nianu-a flay person." I'prociaiiialioa 61 Oct. 1917. anil The .Neuesle Nachrichten demands J registered failo'd lo of empires, Lu lid erg ot Associated Press'was" publlEhoti Iicro an nccountlnG. It says that soldiers These w wlio -formerly serred on llielr soltller Uwvprb Vwrniiipn wllli. pay arc now ,and liimwy IrtoSs V'1 I- in some cases displaced officers !__'.. i___ :-----1 democracy, soldiers sailors and of 'freedom on many makers of eammonw and, distributors- of pioneers eli-gowmraent, J in part tod.iy, a'nrj 'has .drjivn out dis- plays ot anfeer nresg. "II the really made sucli beginners-aiiJ flisserlora of the ling trcjmlaUonva says' ibo of ..free has Xenealc belated CXCUBCS and otlemnls .lo..'ilear" him- spread, Iho American peonlo salutes and (h'om loJuy. jself iuako siclK-a dlegusiins- Irapre's "To, remcmbe.V1 their deeds Is to Blon that no on'e.iwllhiie.e'il to .grlcvo praise- tkpm. The aympalhy, the over his UlglU lo (lie inimUy .-ot ossc'nticl cotn- and morn! ideals licLween llic two nations ahould and permanent ajlies in peace as in Herald, Ihc celebration be.observed with enough en thusiastn (a do Justice la our valor- ous and powerlul ally." _.Thc .Sun, poinling out Germany's curious, luislnlerpretatton of the Brit Jsh "Evidently .Germany consldereil all 'ot-Ujelirlttsli Kmpire, outside of one island, ns Ifabfllttea rather nss'elB. -To the German mind I rot a mi >vis in lierseK a alop-to Kngland. Can art a was something lo be Eelzori by the Uriipd Stales at the Urat op- portunity. India was ft land ot mur- nmrlriK, "ready to rise. 'Australia war a large Island, too Tar off to be con- sidered.. Soulh she not Grievances? German conspiracy In Ire- land failed. Canada, quite neglecting the Vankeo perlHhat the kaiser talked of- to his dentist, sent (o France an army ivho the second talllo o[ Yprc.i, perhaps Ibo reddest chap- ter In all the war, and ihc other Jo- inlulons" responded with the utmost cnUiualaam." -The Sun concludes: "Perhaps some _ by the lhal Prcatdent would be-, able lo bring about .a. lieace of iusilce tor Germany, remarks (hat.it feara cci'ck. 15 h'adjy "iiilalecl. The- Augsburg on :Cpn.vlcLloii cx- and arc paying themselves half .as; tne Domiuton po'iice -to apprdieud an- _ ._ such offenders iurrepti-1- employers --and much ngalu. ;H questiona also whether piLicr niaucy Is not "being ously issueil-_ This newspaper .ions prohibiting- the hianer, the Havanau pieraier.. It j or assisting of defaulters, dc SRVS tnc neighboring south' uennaiiy uses in mind that the reguLit Ihe situation for attack on are growing suspicious of Bavaria nuil are expressing a desire to separ- ate from her. sellers and absentees FrrenJ.5 in Calory report HmtCapt. W. M. HarrLs, known 'U Itlu Lclhtrli3gf) rfiends as has been decorated with tie Mlllt.iry Cross, Capt. Harris has liccti with the I'rtllallon] In France for-gonie Btforc the war ha yrus'With C. D. Muiv ninn, In Ihe Ittauranre hnalncss. LI. SttyenMn Too Frjendg IQ the.cfLy -wMI.bft pleased (o leirh of the honor Trhlchfhas cbroc to LleuL John lormer over- man sjt No. G ml .Gait.-. ColUerics, vho lias Liren Awarded tlio inilttarr cross lor effective at CanpJ AMSTERDAM. Dec, forces jnassacred Armer- while .evacuating tht towns of Baku, OHi and Ardahan In the. Caucasus, accord ing to rep or U. re- ceived by the Vorwaerts of Berlin. In the fighting in more than persons were Wiled. In some towns Ihe entire Armsn- Jan population was exterminated. Tthe Turks troops to plunder the Armenians. IN PITIABLE CONDITION LONDON, Dec. Amer- lean soldiers released from a Ger- man prison camp in Weal Prus- sia landed at LeiUi, Scotland, yes- terday with British prison- ers of war, many of whom v.erc, In an emaciated and a pitiable condition. LONDON, Dec. Ihe allies inEist upon the delivery of tlie former German emperor and crown prince (o an court of Holland will yield, but will first urge lhal the allies content themselves with an understanding by Holland lo In- lern-.jhem for life in one' of the Dutch colonicSj according to an Amslertiam dispatch to The Bx- press. Holland, it underslood, will that Wittiam Hahenzol- Itrn and hie son be placed on an East nr Indlej. where be guard-' cd" by -3''Dutch- licet, it Is jl.o anticipated that Hot- farid arked for compcnsa- l.ion'lor perrhiltlng a violation of neutrality by allowing Ger- f man troops Lo be passed thfough tSe province of Limburg on their retrtit from _Be1gium, and ing'German suppliei from vyerp. This cem'pensation, rays the. correspondent, may possibly be the cession of certain ,lsrri- ttiry aloiig the Belgian frontier owned by Holland since 1839, per- haps the southern part.'of Dutch Limburg, the population of which region to be principally AMSTERDAM, Dee. Brllljh troops entered Cologne >i Friday afternoon, DISCUSS ALLIES' OCCUPATION LONDON, Dtc. An extraordinary meeting of the cabinet wss summoned at Berlin HIT Thursday evening to rlilcurt the pcKlbllity of the allies occupylne Berlin, cwlno lo Germany's alleged Inability to carry out ihe terms of the armistice, according to Amiterdam advlcei to the Express. AMEHiCANS AT COBLENZ AMSTERDAM, 'Dec. Five American ofticin nrrlved it on Thursday and conferred wilh the burgomaiter, the German commander and the railway authorities, according to the Cobleni Gazette. The -newspaper slates lhat the last German troops '.vill (cave Coblenz on Saturday. EISNER TO SUCCEED. SOLF LONDON, bee. Kurt Eisner, the Bavzrlan premier, problbly will succeed Or.. Solf as' German foreign minister. on the subject. are now proceeding between Berlin and Munich, according to the Cologne Gazette, quoted in an Amsterdam dispatch to Ihe Exchange Telegraph company. -f Reggie Campbelt'Paid Italy and Was Dedoraifrd'% King.I'or Greai-'WiiV-f- s _____! One of the most thrilling stories at the war has for it's bero Reggie Camphell, youiiB son b[ bell, K.C., ot J'acleoil, lias just heard ol llio exploit which -brought aucll high honor to tlie When Ilcgcie's hrolher. Secretitr.v Saji .pahy Has Come to 'Operators Say "There Never SVils Ultimatum: 7.--AccordipB- lo i slalement made lo ,Tlie Herald tiiia by Secretary ferowa of trict N'o. )S o[ Uic Dhited Mine AVork- ers o( America, thii Japanrso Iknt emnloycil at No? GalL coalr Camphell, enllstcil with mint at have now leen the younger umdo desperate ef- forts (o iic lakcn on. this strength, but lack ot proper yhv.ic'al comlltlon defeated his purpose. So detcrmineil uas the young ilfen-OBh' about I? "go lo the frquL (hat his [atli'or supplied him with money to go to Knglaud in Hie hope luat he would he aule to join Hie Imperials. -IJut in Kngiand again lie was'dlsaupoint- ed, the .medical hoard turning him Esfhdnians Want --Protection 1 Against Invasion of (he liolsheviki J Dec. wireless councils British Govt. Agrees lo.Principle Long Contended For Hy Railwaymcn LONDON'. Dec, British gov- ernment has agreed to tlie principle of UnrJ.'iujileil by ,lwo retuaals ;'of his withdrawn hy the Canadian Pacific Railway. .'Die ilispule nj rar.as'the' are concerned has therefore liod a satisfactory termination: No new. strike developments are reported today other than a the Gait Coliierlei that the Talgai'y offio company; nor local ofMcea any nlti- issued eiecnKVo of Local Union No. U. M. W. 6t __ ___ ,A., io the clfccL lhat if Japanese em- 'offer to serve, the young man paid jpioyees are not released by Mondiy his'way lo HRly, where DC" succceiletlU strike will be callscl oh Monday in joining one of tho.sprrlces of lhe morning. Italian army. lie was not in the-trout to his physicaLriisahllity, lint the opportunity came for him dis- play tlic stuff lie ia made ot.' The Austrians delivereJ a very slroug at- tack in mass on a brtilEehead, and it threat ot z lift-up' of tha coaW: nines ot tha district Is helng cpn- sidcred seriously by .many u'nd local coal dealers report' that' they have hundreds oi orders Id he filled today and earlr week. nn S-iiour (lay.for all memncrs of the j looked seilous for the llnllan derenfl- young Catnpbell tiud two a party All existing conditions of service. remain unaltered pending a tie to a lejegfcim from Copenhagen. The BoIahcvHil, n'ho have invaded part of vlu are kllllns and burni n v ,_ they aav.incc The various uorta "Tes of both sides, which Though iillle liilerest In the icViool beat oil the Anslrians, killing a great: election on Monday appear! on _ nnniher of I linn. The feat was re- the surface It is generally coric'edt'il l lo KiDK'Victor of Itnly, and-Jie of fho' provinces are fllleil irith fugl-1 "P lo review wages ai lives' In anticipation ot the arrival ol ,nd other condit- Ivvaynien. set nimielf pinned on the- breast of the younj; Ilie awarded in Ibe Italian army. decoration alllwl and nculral worships lo protect of railn-aymens unions ex- Fuller flelails of .Iho -Jla'cicqd boi's llial there Ttlll be a fairly large polled, on Monday, and indications ara that Messrs, Davidson, Scolt and ivlll b? elected with l The iiolls will he open from 2 saliifactloii over (he BOTern-l feat will lie obtamctrby The Herald i a.m" till S p.m! Only two or these wflrriora were Cigbtlng democracy, but. t't Is more likely first ot all I hoy flghlluf agalr.s't Da Norfl. H vlll reHiernbcred tho German' empire and, secondly, Ihey n-cre' righting for tlie cmplrf, that coalition ot which .diin s madi ta jren t f at tnok wnen'ine cVo.isIng of this canal WAS efftcleil, reiultlng In" the capture of and opening the way to Cam hral. l.lent. StcToncoif .wu-wllh the' lllh CBnadlan. Eorlneers In.tb'ia pro- 1 .1 pi v I ailCmi OP [hf TV UU U1C 1 1J "PHOTKCT THE C. 1'. II. .Hid. ,t ihe n other land speculators." "Prolecl ine govprnmeut- ahacrilcc owner, and soak It la the! lhat' UritiBh warships had of tlie Es lias the honor-.lo be Inc.centre won forineople who live in r.clhbridge." "Let tbo speaking voice In world 1he Canadian Irmy; and Ills decora-1 those who are foullsh enough lo so; but la dearer lo some of j, uwu id therefore all i ha more pay their Uses, hut'he careful about: tl dominions lhat even England harself. I Di- LethbrWgs friends: making Ihe oilier fellow pay up; you IJ Jt Is that empire which we honor to-1 (might hurt Ms feollnEs and scare him f UJor Hcth offir.n faw.itzatlon of Ihc PertrUn cibtocl vrill.tax proposals ol Ihe Mayor and Com fl( lhe front. coincide Vareh'i departure, j cy was nf the 'mall ered.lbe conrls, f; Prleur klll'sl jn atcanicr Sussex. Ilie al QC ihe PUMSli OUTRAGES AGAINST WOMEN CHICAGO, Dec. -A demand lhat mlslrcatnient of Belfilan and French v.-oraen during 'the u-ar bj purriahsd nude hori today anrt lhat aclion be lefcen which. will render such oul- rages fmpoastble (n the future. In the form of a resolution by Its executive LONDON, Dec. Bal- four, secretary' of stale for foreign affairs, In outlining his; vlewi on the peace conference- today, sajd he believed the question of a league of nations WIE the. molt impartanl woi-x imposed on Ihf conftrsnce. The prominencs Mr. given the subject is n valuable contribution to civiliia- tton, he sVd. EMBARGO REMOVED OTTAWA. Tiec. The emWrgo on committee or the N'allonal Women's shlnmenlE has been rcmoTcd by which lhe Kcod Boaidi una yic es. closed aoQual Eession IHE AVEATHER Hijh Low........................ f mild. port and import department will now favorably consider applicants to csporl malt to Ihc United Status, 53 Mexico, Central and South America, 33 OH ihc and' JapAa LONDON, Dec. Brrtsih will demand of Germany COO.OOO tterlinV for Great Britain and her rfomlnfont ai for the vfirr according.to TW Mail. 'The it unferaundi lhat Premier Lloyd George will mike Ihii anrounce-. rr.ent in a sfWMh a: Leeds loctay. WANT BAN LIFTED- MONTREAL, Dec. I.pTbc Irides and council endorscfl a resolution from'Ihe Vaucevrer council aefciut; federal thorlllei TcmoTe chleflr SocUlMhc M Tor- ;