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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta XI. LKTHBKIDGE, TIIKSLUY, DECKMnKtt JO, 1018 NUMBKR 300 SUICIDE ROUTE BRITAIN -'RETAIN MASTERY OF SEAS P. S. "arid.! Japanese Military Authorities., Co-operate lo .Suppress .Cossack Terrorist .VLADIVOSTOK, Dec.' liresslon of Gen. Kairolkoff, comman- der of llie Cossacks on the Usuri river front, by7 Joint' action of [lie American and Japanese military authorities has removed 'an elemenl which threatened open hostilities at'Khabarovsk. Thi silualloii'-lmd--become tense. It had lU'orlgln In the arrest and e.veculloi by Kalnilkott of apparently Innocent Inhabitants of the region. In gome EVERYiplAR WILL HELP i J A Alrlidy icVnswiedged................................. Occupinll AlberU Block............................... 34.00 Dinlel.' children i The Herald received a very erfcouraglnp donation from the occupants .of the Alberta Block yesterday. T. M. Huff undertook to do tbe collecting, and secured the line jiuin of J34. TLo Herald expresses on behalf of the Nursing 'Mfsslon appreciation of this gift. Nearly every one In (tic block at Uie tltno tho collection wag made, contributed to tho fimcl. The follow- ing are the names: T. II. iluff, 15; Jnmea Harrlsc_i. C. K. Scarle, O. E. Prosier, J5; p, B, HOES, ?5; Eoullon, fl; William'Wither, 5'J; Q. B. Edgelt, J5. Total, 534, The Herald yoiiM like to sec oUicr blocks in Ibc city (site up Iho lead, anil would be rlsd la announce hie donations In tomorrow's Herald to this fund, the need lor. which ly fo great tills year, do not'want one child In lo )jp without cheer this Christmas. Found 22 Plotters, Including a Held Britain's Mastery of The Seas Means Proper Policing of Ocean Trade Routes Defealed Fojr the Third Suc- wssiieTime i There Is least one-man In the Speakers in Britain Emphasize Necessity of British Retain-' ing Their Present Sea Supremacy. Dec. 10.--Onc of the graP csl problems at Ihe peace conference will bor based on what is meant by "freedom of the seas" and what con- cessions Great Britain is going lo make.In that direction, said Sir Fred- erick Smith, attorney-general, in n speech at Liverpool'yesterday. He added that'lie was eiigagcd In propar ELECTED Mayoralty Was ii Close Contest Had An Easy Majority city of Lelhbridee today., who must (nE a memorandum nil ttic subject (or foe convinced that tuft cllizcns do not the war cabinet. him (ft bold publl; 'America has rendered bTllliant ser- CALUAHV, Vice. one of llie most exciting contents ivH- nested in Cnlyan' in a municipal cam- paigti and in wnlcli'a IhousanJ votes thiui last year were polled, Al PINCHER CREEK D. B. Black beaded Ibe poll In firsl was a" foregone; conclusion 1C people -lurnecl.'out to The people dM turn out very well, In the B.eas iu Pcaon' clarpd' elected. TUo counting BERLIN', Dee. dStmatle quel to Friday's'alieBiptei arrest 'Of instances. It .is allied, bodies of the llle 'members Vn lie soldiers' and candidates up, but Ii K: .Saville vrllli- Ylcilms of executions' wero left for council.- 'occurred today "av'ng A: uoss, ll. 'the dogs :to cat. Iwuea the one of Hie Warned Him Imore.fftjhirmabie.places on Uiitcr den I.earninEJifane state o( nffalra, the Upden, sras.rjSJe.d'by of thf PIXCllBIl CHEEK, Dec. The neighborhood of 420 votes being and thiit lo liono lias that free only election promised here was for Scott, DavidBOn. llillar and D. P. Fowler. said Dr.'G.-C. Cree.lman, In speaking The school (rusleus aie Jas. Parjitn- the directors.1. liirichw'rr.irihe for- son, John Turner and Bias. MACLEOD MACLEOD, Dec. il.-J. C. Gar-, Britain has Increased; ber-wheal pro- haying dropjed out. oi ,tho" al- duc'tlon trom 57 to S3 ,rnllllon since dernianic race, tho [ollowliic six were ttL iti. inu lui- g inal tha Fair here. I "1L is. Bald; "thitl LAKE ClIX L'Uh, Dec. he controlled mll- lions'ot dollars while president.of the Mormtin Chureh, 'Joseph T, Smith left estate, of less thin it became k'nown today when petition of letters of testa- mentary was tiled. -The will was not filed with the petition, but five.executors are- named, all sons of the deceased. Forty-ceven heirs are mentioned in the will. QUEBEC, "Dec. daring robbery here yes- terday afternoon when In cash WAS taken From the Mfe In .the ifflce y Arthur Duvil.' Mr. buval had'-leit his office for a few had.filkd te- lock the svfe.. When he retumtd the monsy- jnd there the'thieves. FOCH-MAY VISIT U, S. NEW YORK, Die. That may visit the Un- ited States Ms duties per- mri'wn by t ub.'tguri received hert today Hylsnd from manhal In re.- tftaiH last .Saturday "knowing ly participated In r a banquet served. for by slrlkc-hrenklng .waiters and .District: Ham- Ot my eld lax receipts. McPhall, 107; 11. Joyce, 61; -A. Mo mission rovemmont "The Rotarj" Clnb has D. O. JlarkAy and orlc, and as they patched Geneva report that Ger- elected bj" acclamation. Tho hare never undertaken anyihirir nmi exchange tu Swilzerlanil has fal WANT TO FORCE thfng happened In the school they iisvcu't tral over In good style, leu BOOTH TO ARBITRATE board elicllon. B. Hummon drop- shonld receive the exchatige. it Is pine oul, leaving C. W. Folk, risen slijhtly In Switzevlanj. Carter ami F. J. Snider by AMSTERDAM, Dec. Lokal Antelger, of Berlin, Mys It learns from competent source's that Marshal Foch has agreed to postpone the date for the. surren- der of all German locomotives un- til February I. MAY' PROLONG ARMISTICE BERLIN, Dec. En- berger, head of the German a'rrma- Mice delegation; 'announced today that the French sovernment has requested the'German army com- designate envoys-to con- fer regarding the prolongation-of the armistice. The delegates will meet at Troves, in Rhenlaen Prus- sia Dec. 12.and 13.' VERY SCOW ABOUT PARIS, Dec. from Saarbruek, Phenlsch In- dicate that the delivery of German railway material It, being carried out very slowly, but without open objection by the German. conimiBsion form of ROTernment. Tho have been drafted .for proseniallon to other I was looking over some the national citccullve council of Iho BefoVe com- federalism by the InteniationnI Fedor- OTTAWA, lavtrnnwirt UkM tltn ta tin J. Boath Cem- snny-ts submrt tfnir dispute ITnlr irbltratlan, ef- fofti will msJs to cill 4 ml strike of nil the trades in Otfewa Huil the snd ol (he DR.' FIELO DEAD EDMONTON, Dec. Dr. Clarcrce William Field, one of the leading sur- "I MIND bolldlir. a cnl lo a dead bat't do oblect a mootuBcnt to Dan that to baa ._ __ ______ __ ______ eccns of this city, died here today driC'isslta.the qutsllom ot cnncer. lie was 4i ycari of ire, STREET CARS TIED UP HAVANA. Dec. car traf- fic eeaaed on all lines In ihls cilr Is sllll alite, no mailer may shortly .after midnight as a resuit of be. kuow what .he Is going tJic arbitration commls- lo do before Prominent, slon to settle the dispute between tho. 'oi'tner Monarch CaugKt 'iii Act of lo Do Away With Himself. LONDON, Dec. HoheftwMern, Ihe fornwr German vemperor, hat attempted TO cam-' mil suicide, following mental precslon, according lo the Leipzig Tageblatt, which fs quoted in a._ Copenhagen dispatch to the Exj change company. A member of the former emperors who prevented Herr enzollern from carrying out hit in- received a wound, it said. ROYALIST PARTY PARIS, Dec. "Prince Henry of Prutsia, brother of the German h.u proclzfmecT the. etUbfTtmrtept of a roytlltt party in parmany.'Vc--1 _) 1 cording to report! fromi HoilantL Writing Biooraphy. p. Amer- zollernj International .liiwr ''-irUh' cassed his personal iug Lo an Amsterdam 'dispatch Express. Tfcesg experts -arrived. left Amsrocgen in a rather -iiiysteTLaut: mauncr. It is understood, -accardiug-. to the. dispatch, ,lhat wrjUnff Lis autobloprapby and-tt-hiE- tory of lils reign. He' will explain hi a nLtiludc before and dorine; the Is The boolc, which' will Iw long, is Intended crj It its author Is tried- before internatiohaL. tribunal may be read as a part of bis defense. How.Thiy Are Lfvinfl .Holland, Dec. and appears hi clTiliau. clothes about" his retriat here, -as dp, the members otJifs suite. tntonr- ago has 'been in number .to 18 -lor hlmsclt auil the former press. The family of Iho and wife Hows as evenly that of acy middle-aged coaple vrho might be enjoying, quiet country Their rocraa on toe first floor of ibo stle command a wide, Tiew ,pt the landscape. They dint Kllh. their host, Count Ton Bentlnlck, bemff olleu joined at itio meal .by the brother, a nobna resldinff in a neigh- boring caatle, atid mnch ot their Lime tc get Lei- through tlio castle groundB. Yesterday Horr .TloUenzoHern .-went; for' a walk Into tbe country .while his wife explored the neighboring mar- het town 'ot 'Today the; ex-etuperor visiled Znyleetein, it Ben-. llnick family propertyj where he diilgcd in Iree-cuttlne for. exerclii, Wild The rjuict or (lhc' village hen U occasionally startled by wild mmora' of plots' upon the former emperor's life, but the "suspicious person found lurking ti round thG.'caatlc" gtntraUy turns out to be a hanoleit pape'rman in. search ol copy. Anothf-r one -oC.wbtch no coafirmitlOK- can bo hid, is that' Herr Ilohenxol- ;ern IIHB bought a rill i In the Ijorhood. Tbe en trance to He cast is still slrtclly gutrded- x LONDO.V, Dec. naval writer'in the Dally Tele- graph, today saya, with reference to Ihe idea said lo be held, by aome Ger- mans' (liat the surrendered German warships be returned lo flir- mntiy tvas signed that It points, of course, to a complete nit- apprehension ot the ot t'ae "for ft is certain Chat, .ttieie ships will niiver again (ly the German ensign." G era ,ac submarines snould Cease to exist. Mr. Hunt they be a. Cuban Railway company mid its cm- [broker, .up and the used (or other (MMNEEDS LONDON, Dec, tuney of itf- shippini and food ttoitMt) ss set firth In centering iround N. Her- of tne Amofkan board, snd rtertert MsWyer, the American food allied food tteitt to thsAl- at irves ;