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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta __________________EIGN OF IjERROg 'EFFUSIVE WELCOME ON FRENCH SOIL Switzerland Would Have Nothing to do With Kaiser Inhabitants'of Brest are Firsl lo S, Prwktait to Europe, HAIL HIM AS THE GREAT CHAMPION OF 'WORLD JUSTICE WaihCnglon, with Presi- dent Wilton on board, the harbor it ihortty noan today, moved harbor through lines rormtd'by She anchor a off lumvltoui .THE HAGUE, Dec. X4dand refuted to admit the for- mer Gtrman emptror when he (led from Germany, and Holland ta have, fallowed the ex- ample of the republic; declared M, Rftvtniteyn, a revolutionary Kcwlallit, In the loyver home of the Dutch parliament today. former he con- tlnued, ahouldj net be handed over to the alliea, but ihould'be sent to Ginrxny for trial by a peo- ple's i tribunal, The Dutch workers will op pott evr.ry at- tempt .to draw Holland Into, a war on. the question of the fir- mer emperor. Mf Grocnendaa; denied the charije that he favdred the annex- ation by Belgium of part of Dutch Llmburg. He said he had spoken jeGlfnuly on that but, he added, he knew why his home been searched by the authorities. ALLIES MAY YEI BoUheriki .-Are Committing Fresh Horror's in This Unhappy Cily Russian Monarchists Are llusy I'loltlnfi Now on Neutral Soil A'New Objective of For The Herald Xmas Fund Count Says All Their Proposes, Were Over-Rul- ed by German Leaders. r' Ciefnlii, loraier Aus- foreign .JuJnlsler, lias made luibllc'lh'e-subs'ante ot a series ot notes kept.'fo'nHlM "lion llie jicpo- tlattoDB He show how -AualrlatHuiigqrr'A policy was subordinated .'teKOerrnuny. Tue AUB- trlaii peace con- ditions wllh.Hufista contained the fol- lowing A First: The, ol hostil [ties. Slioiilil-aRalii'veacc he not concluded. .--------j BREST, Die. Oiude in jjreetlitg President WlUon lie IjtnrteA-ufere today, MM: Mr. Presi- "L feel (he deepest emotion la WASHINGTON', nrliod com: (116 QUULab luo uvlduvilni, lull ul IltJl, I llfi lu d IV UUI3JI -ir'l ;.1 to adylc'e'a'reicliliit WasWnff- paper. Dagons Xyhotcr. np- i hav'e- UlQ self-d fit era! nation. Ion throngli ofBclal channels. Execu- pears' Lo corroborate :IaEt I Tblr-d: iluns are to he numerous, vie- rumors that Russian are' damage caused by you the >re.coina of the population. .Tlie shfp brlnglm you to Ibis port fi Lhe under the iusplws oE-whlcli Ihe- lesions o[ Tour paclflc ,lo. arms In Ih'e'-cauJQ 'o[ ia dependence. Under the iUipIces to Ilia fofiDjnted oi, Europe the dial- fort rajjay priests -and. jmeeting'here for tUni Vat tlie laEl few Stockholm Heporte -from. Fe-lrogrid; dateiS as'lias been Iho centre of unusual Rue uillilRry the- trade late as Dec. 5. said to emanate from oracfarEources, that..n.a much or which hns been kept' dark.' Already acknowledged 32 filajor Jack Rosa Chapter, 1. O. D. E 15.00 Mr, and Mr'i. G B, Mack ay Mackay 1000 Jean Mackay Bobbie Mackay 10.00 Helen Mackay 10.00 Arthur and Mabel 5.00 A Friend McKenrle and Menzie ____ 10_CO ,Mr. and Mrs, Good Fellow G, Oagterom olOO Master B. Bonntll 2.00 Gordon vflutherford( Iron Springs Xrthiir Higinbothiim 10.00 for this rea ic- BccUltif nnd our _yrhojfr people win tfiriH-v'pt 'iaan wrho Is ihe" champion of'thuJr is- jilralloris- IpwarJ Jastlce antl' liberty. "This olii Breton' city "his" the tionor; of first saluting; In order, lo per- jietnalc this honor to our Uwcendanip, the municipal council has asked roe jo address elc- Jor being .prfVileu'ed to Incline .before Illus- trious democrat- who the dcstiritea of the of the United The mayor then Ifie on- grossed address of the cumuli, which sa ill (n part: .tbVflral lo wel- come the of the United States to France, we respectfully sal- ute the, eminent, statesman who so nobly personifies the'Ideals and the rights ot rtau. lu order to perpetuate this event (iirbugfa tha 2Ees_ve direct thai these 'proceedings Lo deposited in the cILy nrchiVea. Long live Presi- Vlent, Wilson. L'ong live Ihe champion a jus national juslics." roinid saKlfoT'rMrttirftoQyiu tiiat cily iag the period" tof reaction I to grasp." .against the proGermnn nhd .cleared the vray for B is till more ;ctuc. reacliouary, 'Alexander" Pro- igntlons' ol neutral 'who .yras turn 6 wept Petrpgrad in'-tho'cvcnt U corns own lives, In caso ul allied occupation the" city. It The Sfi-eiJ _ eil by the BoUhovlki lor.a time, but it IiS now said to be sa'fc. itchier pi- Ihe political of IhtifoTcIpi office. advices. i' Caught on the fly "TALKING or a.public llbriry. why :s it not possible for each school in Iho, city to huve a llbrnry and si- nge the boohs every so 'So far as a public library Js concerned should he done unless It Is done on a permanent and satisfactory fiystem.-TGeo. president of Ihe boaruof trade.-- ONE of the mildest.-If not Lhe mfldesL winter I havQ evcr'sBen Howman, uno of-the plJ- llmera and lurmcrlr' observer liere. V'Jicoiint OTTAWA, Dec.. 13.r-Fcilcral mia- iRtera are malie any coinnienLHs" to tkVreUreraenL ot Hon. W. n. [rom Ihe Saaknl-1 chewan goTernmeoL J. j CaMer, .pf ami colonization, Ti'bocc 'land selllomcni scheme la 'the rellrlnf: pro vine Ul Is not In the capital, lie left Mflfedoy far. Ihe mahlhnA prDrlnces io cWifer the pTOTincIkl -mlniaicrs. Mr. ?ftl- 'der's explafried at the inter- provincial conrerinw, .and la to nnvo I .the Dominion Isad1 money to the tor Uie i .of prl- vaUly-owned .Upd. .lii- aeltlers (he t be prijiirtd'lc furnish FRENCH IN ODESSA PARIS, ines have entered bdcisa, uFiu uive received 5 cordial wel- come from Ihe people there, ac- cording lo the Matin., reached ith Germany Uon occupied territory. --r- 0 prni an general how-1 Cbiyit Czercin 'said, ''decJarecl that thjivs'-woulu agree cir- cutnstances: lo the evatualioii of be- cnpieil territory before the tonchiglon ot a general peace." i Had No 'infiuince -Tlio former minister declares that iiB'.could exercise lio .pressure .on Gor- whoui he-nail "to beg 1m- iriediale fooil sunplien, making the threat oC separate peace futile." Germans, he .said, .announced that they would inarch on Felrogmd If lhe'Hu3slan9 did yield. Atiatrlu's proposal to Invite delegates was by bpecial tiinpalsn lo i-alsfi Herald'5 rial tins cheer fifoil'lo Is being ojicneil tn- tlay, lu ordtr tuat many faniillcn, hllhcrto fairly ivclJ-to-clo, hut irho have lost their bread-winners inrough recent uiiroi-Lunadi epidemic of influenza, will bo able lo draw some comfort from the fund. tliiE mark was rtecidc.l ou by The Herald latt eveiitng In .consultation ivilh JIIss TiJley or the Nursing Mission, who has again emphasized the groat neeil oi the fund this year. So euccets- iul ha.s The.Herald been with the fund -thusTat1 this seat-on, and so eeherous Llie .public proved already that'-it is believed IHllc difficulty will-bo, realized in rais- ing .the 51Q00.1 If this sum Is ob- tained, It mcana. (liatf fn addilion TO. every child in evory needy home in the city rccelvlns toriie those families iviip have bread winners t-nruforts So dial TlJu lli> raid nfti no hesi- laiion in scdinfi llie iuarft tit with Tillcy 'I'hp Herald Itains of many. jiiany hiBirtncpg of who have neon aocuatcmerl to a slcaJy iiu-onio, wljo now have lieen loft wjlh liuld or notlilns-, and are at a loss as to rtifelr [jlmiS' for (he future. :UJss Tllley tells The Herald of Inelance.s during recent epidemic where fathers Lave been lakun co the scarcely a u'ani- iiig, Icavinn "ifir also ill, and nevi-r lo sec them agiin, In many oi these csisca, ilieie is A dollar for ihc bcriaveil lani- ily, not even a (cw hundreds oi insurance. Cages are "numerous ivhere Inaurince puliclce had laps. cil only a few weeks or a few inonihs before Ihe (leath of tho lioliler. This W3fi i rcBuU. ot eo'jisc, of tnn BUddouriese with which llm epidemic attached many lie 011 le. j It Is for sucli cases ne lliis, 03 well as for the two hundred or more children who "depend upon The Herald fund Cor their visit from Sfiita Claua every year, that The Herald is making an ex- tra appeal this wceh. _ Without Police, Cily is .A1-- i most Entirely in'Hands j the Lawless j STRIKING POLICEMEN 1 'GIVE SOME AID "IN- STOPPING LOOTING v .p.- ali-oAdy'1 raieeJ, ovci'.ifSQil DS It stands today, llian has i-aisuu" In 'previous year, pulslde o( he 'special don'allon of "5 lot) mado hy- thc, itoftiry 'club -this year. tionfe, hai-G Jjeeti' yourine- into the office, and the'imbllc apvenr to lie, in a specially generoiiii mood thbi reason. -The Joyg irioiv- JD'JJ ,thal ueacc has once more the -world, and the Rrent. aynipulii y, "iai, poun; out for ihosy who .liave lost loved ones hi the poorer off in thia worliVs'-gooda 'DS a-, result, and Tor those who '-HUyo suffered great Mdnc'ss in-lhc'epjdeniic, Is greatly STREET CAR MEN MAY STRIKE MONTREAL, Dec. TK- posaihllity of the ilrike of pdlict- tnen and firemtn ipreading to the Montreal Tramways C9nipany Mnted at 1hlMtem pTOTlncep it Ihe con- succesa that men eutwcqaehtlr imaed a ON.EYEUY HAND PS; Dick- against the combined lola'l ot 1.273 ison., j {or Ihe other three candidates. .BERLIN, Otc7 Arno i. i r.i_ T, nn_ spectre of hunger is visible to "every eye- Inquiry. In the factory diitriclt, which are! motl Important, practically for-the maintenance" of tranquil- ?7; Dick- And'llie pais towns lo give him hi? ityr showi them ,o be able to inaon. 6S. ,'ht? majority, and lliey afWenUyMiarc j PILLAfiED BY ORDER'- Oh s. sumcient vote lo give Bellevue him Ihe clfar innjnrilr required, a S8; Christopher, Eccond ballol will have to be taken. tlccs, US; Clarke, S'l. Chrislpplior counted en I.elhbrldgc SecrcUry-ncaril, 79; Lote, 02, Michel I ?o; Roes, 120? tilarke. 27. Jjot coluc up to e-tpscUlions. nic.VensoTi hna a bis majority for vice-president, and hia election la -to ES Etcralary-lreas- ep Germany on the pld wpr ra- lldns fW three la five' weeks only, of the tion 'of the old System. If no food the outtldt to Ge'r- miny by that-.time, a practically "obstaele will dc- vekp. KA1SSRIN ILL ZCKICH, Dec. Ad received here say the time ol tilt rints in Derlln'lhc raunll- ions in the no'rthu'rh out- skins oi Iho rlly were pillageil by.or- der uf Dr. Karl 'Iiiatl 'of the SparLacna groivp ,o( Socrajtsls. This group is organizing and eyhorling to revolt. The advices say that. 43 mpetlnps hare been cvnnnum'cd for the present week. Dec. thlR morning: was Etilt. without and11 a result the..strlke of the employees oMhese' oC. the aerrices. ItcporCs ea'rij inUicaling'that thieves have'not let the opporttrnilr slip, 'Vhile- It is. said the city Is crowded wUh pickpockets. The of Mendel Mu- Hek, 1703 ,'SL Caltarlne street 'eist, opposite 1 flrt station; yras wrecked and its Tvhple stock iafrleil A. fojy'.yarita lurlner west the froiil the" Ijurier" Movie? Picture Theatre', was likewise wlhdowsrpt a passing car-.Tvere Jihc car itseU vms damped, >rrcchagc-blockea' thc'.lnillio [rom 9. o'clock until} Striking The disturbaiicc that'' Tivonl was telephoneil to Mayor Mar- tin, ffhp cn'claj wp-Capt- Carle, head of the "policemen's union, Ihis-oi'.'f in ,'orfler- tliLit' thu policemen" and Ilremen iiad no sympalhr with, the called' up a nutaber-ot and-iiey. mnde a. desCeut apon Ihe, Mallet storo, which' iras -then OTcrron by' about 100 The licenieri filet's tattered the crowd, by flriiif''iheirVrevblrers' in the air, anil then indlvldualE. who were removed to pallet! .-bead-, locked, up.. -Mr. Maliek, his 1033 at aerl Inf. -tha picture shon'.clafiB UiaV'M, damage has doiie'.tQ i Troepi May Act. 11 bcnftinc known that-the.ncn ne--- Innrlng lo nil the mllilarr forces were -confined to 1) arrack a yesterday. llncluJinp the tvro depot I garrison battalions and district flint what Instructions they had, re- jccivcd unknown. There ia 'no doTiliiV however, thai In ot con Hag ml; on. or undue disturb- ance the ill he ready if called upon. policy fs not ffTipreiuacy, but Eecurlly. I do not Irtlteve a "conflftt between America i and CIrcal HriLiih BOMiblc, Wo jmt.n Hifh ta or any on Low Vnllcil W_r.Ai jthdrc be ,-i nfew'elccllon thai-frcTri-Blaifmbrt; fur president' or District 13 oi rncoiiipkle tnfl reiorta from M. W. of A. Additional return's a ftK'places indicatn, tblrt 39 receive by Tha Herald this mom- O.rlsioji.htr arc for In- add rhrifttophRr's and has "a for j but Lc now lacks 36G an cccrettrr-treauircr. BONAR MAY r GLASGOW, 'the, Law r.inouneeti ht'rtE .'today "that it waj he. yireujd-be'. of the excheipujr "i'o' take Ihe budjtt Tht forrner German efnpretc has auf- attack Doctor bai been Mvrr.oncd frfm. feerlin, dlspr.1- received here. TAKt PART PARIS, Dts. Frwicl) labor will rMt f.kt part In feM of formally welcoming 'Prfsi- deril Wilton lo Plrls. ij'Thi FERNIE, li.-C 'mu W Invwtif itftMi if th, Hifh Cllt cf1 LlivRfl CwrMitelon ia of vnfaa to thV if District ElftrtMn, of Wrtmin per fey, making tatal iticraate amral crtitvd cvnii per toy. ;