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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta h i KATUIWAY BRITISH FORCES NOW N DM Briefs IN 111 CITIES New York State Holds Fete Day irv Honor of Great Ally and Permanent NEW proclaimed an a holiday in New iork by was celebrat ed in this city today by a generous display of the Union Jack and a ser ies of dinners and The Pilgrim Society gave a lunch eon today in honor of the British army uiid navy and tonight many prominent Mrttons and Canadians will be guests a dinner under the auspices of the Sulgrave Institution and the Canadian Special services will be held in near ly all the city churches The morning devoting leading editorials to the gen erally pay tribute to the loading part played by the British Empire in the great Under caption to a great the Tribune America anil Britain Stand today loyal and seasoned We have fought a gfeat fight shoulder to shoul with one purpose and with one will Together wehave won that Together we shall stand whfle generations now living shall The great has proved that England MidPrance and America are bound to the same route and seek the Name With very human differ ences of based on our sev eral Intense we find our nelves united In a common faith and hom right and justice to all Tlie Times says In keeping today IIB Britains the United States can MtMftftdteiluateiy recognize afy honor the individual multiform re energy and the quiet and supreme courage and thol tenacity and impreg nable resolution of the British Without them the Potsdam consplra THIRTY KILLED Thirty perions were killed and BO Injured today when train carrying on collided with trnln near Chateau ARMY ADVANCE Dec Ptrshlngs report for Friday on the advance of the American army of occupation into Germany fol The 3rd army advancing along the entire front today reached the aeneral line UdelhovenDocweller LaubacliDrieschTodanroth Wor GOLD FOR THE KAfSER The president of the Hamburg sold iers and workmens council has declared to the Zeltung of Hamburg that he knew positively that 90 bags of minted gold have been sent to for William the for mer German ENGLISH LANCERS British forces which entered Cologne to day were English Lancers and armored motor Threa bridge heads ejong the cupled by allied Cologne held by the ArKteh and Mains will be occupied by the American troops will garrison the bridgehead at Cob between Cologne and Send in Your Donation oan and Marlon Harrisand of show at their home procee Eleartor and Bobbie Fleming Try and DUIeie Llppingwell Three little children managed to scrape and Soldiers Councils are Running Coun try Rapidly Into Financial Anxiety Is being wliown by the Ger especially the press over the financial stability and even I the honesty of many of tho hundreds j of soldiers and workmens councils now conducting affairs in this coun Reliable reports say that the disbursements of these councils for the last two weekstotalled 000 If this rate of expenses continues to be the usual cost of operating the it will ex ceed tlie total German witli Its enormous outlay for military up by several The Bavarian Gazette says that the trrdav fox The Heralds Christmas Fund for the poor ch on a Hhow in tleir This enterprise dnserves better suppar fo tlie The Heralrl tfppoals to tho Krownnps to gel behind he Cheer Fund stronger than ever this because iiwrt is so S Th Nursing Mission is anxious that not a home should be over looked and we are sure that the Goodfellows of Lethbridgo feel the same way about British Army of Occupation Takes Over Famous Government Fully Expects A lies to All of May Succeed Solf at entered Cologne 4 oolOoK BtTMLL Give Him Up Friday WPS of the allies DISCUSS ALLIES OCCUPATION extraordinary Berlin on Thursday Full Penalty of the Law Will Be Inflicted Upon Military Defaulters Arthur Meighen referred this morning to var communications that havo reach h regard to the The Will that Hohen zollerns Be Interned in East Indies nw opens np for the state the Gazette if the workers j and peasants with at least members in Bavarian become active and spend t l0 marks a day per The Neueste Nachrichten demands an It says that soldiers i who formerly served on their soldier tvPrtmicH pav are now drawing COT Prmce obtained by th j hVve In some cases displaced officers tori would have Wherevertho published here and are paying themselves halt OI inBo f it ilsn whel Are Not Qrievihfc Over Holland Now interview with Frederick the i former JSSrU drawn colonists of freedom on many of pioneers and distributors of made such and asserters of the ling reputation a in imi u plays of anger from the press U really 8Rya tho Ct I t j much It questions also whether paper money is not being surrepti ously This newspaper uses the situation for an attack on Kurt r uieir uciun i The the over his tlight to praise the essential com munity of political and moral Ideals between the two nations should make them firm and permanent allies in peace as in The Herald says the celebratioji cannot be observed with enough en thusiasm to do justice to our valor ous and powerful The pointing out Germany s curious misinterpretation of the Brit lih says Evidently Germany considered all of the British outside of one as liabilities rather than Vo the German mind Ireland was in herself a stop to Canada was something to be seized by the United States at the first op India was a land of mur ready to Australia was large too far off to be con South she not grievances The German conspiracy In Ire land quite neglecting the Yankee peril that tho kaiser talked of to his sent to Prance an army who at the second battle of perhaps the reddest chap ter In all tlie and the other do minions responded with the utmost ma The Augsburg Evening Gazette comnionUng on the conviction ex pressed by the that President be able to bring about a peace of justice for remarks that it fears Fred erick William is badly the It says the neighboring south Germans are growing suspicious of Bavaria and are expressing a desire to separ ate from necessity of drafts under the Military consequently leads to thedffiWrtction of the activi ties of the fflffitary there is no amnesty in respect of offenses com mitted against the apt prwfciitattona and It is the to these The law to the utmost practicable extend will be enforced against de faulters belonging to Class both those whofailed to register under the proclamation of ami those who having registered failed to These men are subject to severe penalties which may be adjudg ed by the civil or military tribunals and instructions have been issued to the Dominion police to apprehend anil Tuosecute all such employers and others sheuld bear in mind that the regulat ions prohibiting the har assisting of dc sorters v and absentees without The Sun concludes Perhaps some Friends in Calgary report W better known his Lethbridge ft lends as has been decorated with the Military Harris has been with the 31st Hatlalloni in France for time Btfore the war he wiiSWith Bow in the Insurance Stevenson Too Friends in will be pleased to learn of the honor which has come to John former over man at C Gait who lias been awarded tho military cross tor effective work done at Canal Du It will be remembered forces triassacred Armer lans while evacuating the towns of Olti and Ardahan in the according to reports re ceived by the Vorwaerts of In the fighting in than persons were In some towns the entire Armen ian population was The Turks Tner troops to plunder the IN PITIABLE CONDITION Amer ican soldiers released from a Ger man prison camp In West Prus sia landed at yes terday with British prison ers of many of whom viere in an emaciated and a pitiable the allies insist upon the delivery of the former German emperor and crown prince to an international court of Holland will but will first urge that the allies content themselves with an understanding by Holland to in tern for life in oneof the Dutch according to an Amsterdam dispatch to The Ex P it is will auggest that William Hohenzol lern and his son be placed on an island in either the East or West where they will be guard ed by a Dutch Wants Compensation It is also anticipated that Hol land will asked for compensa tionfor permitting a violation of her neutrality by allowing Ger man troops to be passed through the province of Limburg on their retreat from and receiv ing German supplies from Ant This says the may possibly be the cession of certain terri tory along the Belgian frontier owned by Holland since per haps the southern part of Dutch the population of which region is claimed to be principally railway Coblenr in w f A Miicnmcn InC JO quoted Reggie Campbell Paid To Italy and Was Decorated by King For Great Feat One of ihe of the war thrlUlng hero stories cUpUvoung son of Camp bel K C of who has jus hSird oV the exploit which brought such high honor to the When Reggies Jiugu enlisted with Secretary Browne Says tpm pany Has Come to Terms Operators Say There Never Was Ultimatum rufiARY Dec a to Herald morning by Secretary Brown of Wet 18 of the United Mine Work ers ot the Japanese that were employed at No 15 Gait at Lethbridge have now BAL1PR01CES Esthonians Want Protection Against Invasion of the Uolsheviki defeated his So had a satisfactory developments was the young IS togo to tho front that his fatliei supplied him bo able I with money to go to the hope that be would join the Bin O IIOIH JLM 11 i m Bnginnd again he wasdisappoint board turning lnm bv two refusals of his No new strike developments are reported today other than a denial by the Gait Collieries that neither a UP Calgary office ot the company nor atVhe local offices has any ulti matum oeen issued by of Local Union ot to the effect that if Japanese em wireless councils of in joining u British Agrees to Principle Itanan army Long Contended For By Railwaymen British gov the iTmlnimtpil bv two reiusiun i in joining one of the services of the of cQal mines of thd district is being con I Italian 1 Ho was not in the front lines owug to his physical bat day the opportunity came for him to dis play thu stuff he is made The Anstrians delivered a very strong at 011 a and it wages staff of the railways in the Un ited Kingdom in fulfillment of tho HCI V HJC lYUIfiuuiii Esthonin and Courland have sent an j given railwaymen recently appeal to allied and neutral govern tho of the board of trade ayptttL uu ments urging intervention in the Bal tic provinces against the invasion of Russian Bolsheviki according to a telegram from Tho who have invaded part of the are killing and burning as they The variaus ports 7 fllOJ 1 110 3UII CUUlIUlaOO U14 of these warriors were fighting for j tne Canadians a great attack but it is more likely that wnen the crossing of this canal was first of all they were fighting against resulting in the capture of V nnanln WftV TO Cam tho Gorman empire Ihey were fighting for the that vast coalition of which England lias the honor to bo the centra und the speaking voice In world which is dearer to some of her other uacuwut Peronne and opening the way to Caught on the Fly PROTECT TDK Mid tho her Protect the of the provinces are filled with lives in anticipation of the arrival of allied and neutral warships to protect Vniiounoement was made In Lonlon early in the week that British war shins had reached A Paris dispatch Friday gave the Petit Journal as authority tor the statement I that British warships had entered era when young Campbell and two Italian comrades organized a party for a The Herald has not the details of the but it Is known that the Macleod soldier and Uis Italinn comrades were able to beat off the killing a great number of The feat was re mines 01 uie r sidered seriously by many and local coal dealers report that they have hundreds of orders to he filled today and early next WING ON MONDAY Though little interest In the school board election on Monday appears on number or the surface it is generally conceded orted to Ki KVictor of and lie thnt there wHl be a fa rly inuitm Hiid Indication Tho 8liour day will come into opera ion next All existing conditions ot service will remain unaltered ponding a de WK V VI up to review wages and other condit of service of Leaders of rallwaymens unions ex press satisfaction over the govern youiiK mmi the highest decoration awarded in the Italian Fuller details of tho Macleod boys feat will bo obtained by The Herald declared that llug I i dccoraUoil Uis Harry Dawsoa an that Scott and Hogg will be elected with large major itles The polls will be open from 3 till 8 Only two polls are be ing one at Central school with Bentley and Car Ulein great rt a real whMi a Military Medal and his other sen ii hero of the Italian is one of tin and proudest Harry Dawsoa and Pawsons in turn is therefore all the more Imt whloh is dearer u nomo in uui tion u inereioiejui dominionsthat even England I uted by his Lethbridge It 1s that empire which we honor to1 day for magnificent contributions to i the victory an empire which even Kngland knows perfectly for the first j i and which Germany too The World publishes a striking cartoon showing Uncle 8am with lUritlsli flag in his patting the Hritish Under the picture are the Good old boy PROMOTBD TO CALGARY Halifax lias been promoted to the position of chief provostmarshal REPORUHAT BRAZIL IS in circulation lu LiWft tonight were to tlie effect that Brazil had begun to mobilise her was no it to the Let those who are foolish enough to do so pay their but be careful about making the other fellow pay up you might hurt Ills and scare him from coining back when the next vac ant lot boom Protect the owner of vacant and soak It to the people who havo builtv homes and places of business for themsnlves and They should havo known and they must lie punished for making the foundations for ab sentejs and for persons who do not improve their Everything must be made ready for these wise to come nud reap the benefits the men in Maclend for Francisco i will leave to for mitlon of an international jury to try of the 8hour day affected all tin j rullwayrnmi In tho United including He said that committee to investigate conditions and wages would begin its enquiry after the general PUNISH OUTRAGES AGAINST WOMEN demand thai mistreatment of Belgian and French women during the war be punched made here today and that action Wtta tie former German emperor la which such Out wlde support in tha ilatm impossible In the in tho at1 of a resolutloii by the extumtivo l and heat of the Soak it to any weejc minis reorgan citizens comments on the new saya Attowieyaaneral af1 of a resoiuuon by the executive has tranuimttod ot National Women B to the ministry n charge ghfjrtiin Temperance which of murder inada nislnst former jig annual session VIIT Madame Prisur wnosfc IS MOST IMPORTANT Bal secretary of state for foreign in outlining views on the peace conference said he believed the question of a league of nations was the most Important work imposed on the The prominence Wilsonhas given the subject a valuable contribution to civiliia he DEI EIGHT BILUONS EMBARGO REMOVED embii8 on enrperor by Madame husband was kilHl in the torpedoing of the mail steamer The ptlcrntygettertil sai4 thM he roimd the churge inadmissible in ihe s malt shipments has been removed by the Canada Food und tlie ex port and import department will now favorably consider applications to export malt to the United Central and South the West NoAfoundlaaii 63 38 will demand of Germany i sterling for Great and her dominions rep for the aeeordlnfl to Dally The newspaper uyf It understands that Premier George will maks this annowiwe mtnt in a speech at lesdi WANT trades and labor council last night endorsed a resolution sent VattWUYer council asking tUaftlW thoritiea remove the cnlelly for eign language and aiuf ;