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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOI.UMB XII. GE, ALBKllTA, BKCKMHRH 1 J, l! NUMBV.K L EUROPE- JOIN THEM BOLSHEVIK1 MARCH ON CEI 'GERMAN LEADERS ATTEMPTED TO STOP THE REVOLUTION .Old Country .Elections Are on Doubt About the Result is Entertained. LOXOOK, nee. lor the election o[ jiarllainent is la ireis througliout Great Brllaln. In-, ditallous arc (Nat Premier IJoyd Ocorgo win control a majority. Tlie-Dally Expieaa csllrantCB that KOVernmcDL will win scalj, Unlonlala'315, aud the Uberals vlillo Uie oppoaltion parlies, incluil- Lfthor, will secure 212, giving (lie. premier a majority o[ 163. Woman have lieeii Rctlvc in Uie campaign. Thefo Is Inlcosu rivalry icU-een Mrs. I.loyd Georso and Mrs, wifo'bt (he former clau-- ccllor of Ihe' exchequer, who U n jiaufieii s'upiwrtbr of former Premier Asqultli. Supporlcri of Premier Lloyil (IcorEo liave vigorous campaign III' South recently in The Intlcr's own toDalHuericy, nnd llioso Me- hi reply'crlllclzlns the premier. Miss Eiliauclli AFquUh admitted in some of her speeches lhat elec- tors BomcUlneE made cAndid ahout her fatlier, out, she added, "he .iloesa't Mind." Donor Law's (laugh- 'ler look.part in tlA campaign. Miss Chrlataljel the noted Buifragette. volors that when ihe woman's regime pre- .vallocl In parliament every house, no lustier how Braall, will ue lighted, ic.ilcil and served BT clcctricily, The British parliament, she assert 'WJIl ha-rcsponErble lor the elec- tricity tliat turns tbe maagles, cooks the niealfl'apilTvarai tho.htuiees. Why fliould :'ijoraen. drmr coal-' 'scuttles bvcrfiteim' iilff fpend hours.over old lashioned only'eRt Christmas Fund Rapidly Marie BELGIANS IK DUSSELDOflF Rlitr.ltch T'rus Dec. portion "pf Dusstldorf ly- ing on the bank of the Rhine, hie by Bel- gian also held the great. the river, Machine control the croifilng and bank6 of the rjver have on the bridge and haw been reinforced by barbed wireTbarrien. AlrMdy acknowledfltd Elki Lodfle 106.19 Mr. and W, J, Mau- ghJrt................. Joieph 5.00 J. Trelivlng 1.00 MM. A. G- Robertson and t 'Alan................. 10.00 Lei Me and Stanley Snell.. 2.30 Robert 2.00 Billy Ewart 5.00 J. 200 Herald :____...... 35.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. Barntley.. Mr. and Mn. W. Matthews 5.CO Knl0hl-Wation Ranching Co.................. Elks lodgo made a very hnndsume donation oE to'the HcraldX Christmas ilay. This money balance lield by the lodge In the treasury, r-iand as Llio'lodfce.fs now practically Jioii-cxiatetil, Die Lalaiit-e lias bepn turned to Hie moat worthy cause of providing Christmas cheer tor (he needy ones. The ia Leiug approached, TUe fund al- ready totals over and lliere should bo no difficulty hi rating ihe balance. The object in raising tlie iviilcli Is llirfB limes (be sum gin- crJlly nlmcti at by Herald, H thai noL only every kiddie bo look- ed after on Cbrlslniiie, Lut that n sum of least be provided for the Nursing mission to alii in carrying forward Llic ciira work of relief wllb wlileh ihe mission lias betti burdened as a result ot the recent epidemic. Many famil- ies liltlierto with a steady incouii! now have Unit income cut oif, and -are facing a rather uncertain fu- lure. These Immlics will need lit- tle comforts frnm lime to lime throughuut the The '.Mission ordinarily receives an annual grant Ibo city of but tills will not comni.vnce to do tbe Virork timL Ehould ba done. Tlie Mission is Uie only or- gfiulzaLIoii ot relief maintained in the city, anil ndbly has its vrork- been accomplished. The work fhovild npt allowed lo suffer .through lack of funds. Armistice Is Now Extended COPENHAGEN, Dec. German armistice Iia3 bten .extended until 5.00 o'clock on the .mcrntng of January 17, According to a dispatch from TrcveB, allies have notified Germany Uiat they reserve the right lo occupy the neutral zone east of tha Rhine from the Cologne bridye lo the Dutch frontier, accord in] to OCCUPY NEUTRAL ,20NE COPENHAGEN, Dec. Gfrman armistice has been ex- tended until o'clock of the morning of 'January 17, and Ine advices from Treves. How Him Leaders Tried the Revolution ctat ta Mai K and WhtcK thow for -.the tlmV the Italian. Tells Story of Sensat- ional Hold-Up jn'.Restricttd' IlelU up" at Uie point of a revolver by 'n 'man wJin IB to be an. oltlcer v of the law, ami Torccil lii In cash, Angelb Vehllt, nn Hnllaiii-.camo to oily police ttatlon yesterday with his story, and a warrant has now been, issued for a man named RltcMe, on a cliarg-el at robbery and assault. who the' ihe Into the handi of tht Berlin It ippears that the grcalctft'effarta were di- rected toward, preyenilng -tailors who mutinied at '.Kiel and burs and who 'killed their officers from retching An attempt WVt -made .to cut off all railway communication be- the n0rthwnt -and Berlin, but Uiti did all the effertt of tht 'military au- thsrilica, To what Itnflth the Berlin com- ;'shown by cer commanding s.1 Neustarft- Although it was that some cf the revolting salbrs wtre. travelling en ordinary trains "on, which were many women and trie order was given to' derail 'those trains and fire, on them'with machine-guns until It WJS evident that not'a human be.-. ing remained alive in the' care. On receiving this order the officer commanding at Neustadt collapsed and was carried away unconscious, No one among the' military on Ihe spot would un- dertake to carry out the order, BY PIS Reform British HouseLords Editorial WHtvrs Escel Them- selyes in Lauding France's Distinguished Guest PAKIbYHcc-. President made lila-rii try -.Into Paris at o'clock this 'jiiordlug. The preEldeut'.s arrival at tbe-'dapital was greeted wldi a salvo of Artillery in salute. Storlei PARIS, Dec, The Front pages of iB newspapers morning de- volcd to details, of tbe neceiitloii to te accorded President- Wilson today. Pictures of PreMdeut and .ire prfnicdA nevspdpera. Long Sctonnting chara-clei1- lattcs of (lie outlining his and the work lie has accomplished durius llie ivar fill the In attention is paid to Jar I 'that Americans have tic Var, Uie battles oi MlUiel Argonu'e being, described, EdKorii) fe LONDON.'-Dcc. reform of the house of lords will bt ruie of the lasks undertaken by the Coalition ministry If returned to powrr hi the election taking place in the United Kingdom today( Chancellor Conar Announced at Glasgow yesterday. Ir. Law jald lliat tbey bftllcveJ All i newspapers editorials welcoming Wilson''" and 'iiSBiH'inij Hid pteaideiat "of" ihe tifcnrty zeceplfoG. thai a second chuiuber vcMi adequate strength necessary in any demo- cratic country, but if ivas not lhaL it should be hereditary. The I'haiiccUor further slated thai the Coilltlon'government intended to ;ive upper house tlie j t lhat. could alone come ITODI direct at-1 cess with the people. llonar Lay reiterated his previous announcement.-! that ihe government would sec lhat the. Empire's imval :iy was not Imperilled at Hie peace' conference and said Mfat he was wot of Uobhcvlsra in the United Klngdoij." Preniler Lloyd. George wound up his iiuiialgn las I night with a speech at CarnberiveH. In which" lie objected to Lhe party" because it .rtJiT.nqf labor ot the ifuHcd[ Kliigdgni.- "it only.represented A ana ol laVor, lie said', whose Votes be largely cast for the jianisay MacPonnld and were not tnnniiul work blbi sr the My wife never visited auy Ger- man prisoners.-' Ai I-onl Robert .Cecil was lieikled by soldier.-; ami replying to ihclr Questions declared' thai the gov- ernment diil not hurry Llic election to tbe soWlcrs vole. Have 11 Army Divisions-ami Arc Joined by German Soldiers in Russia. PARIS, Dec, Bolthevlkl. troops, consisting ileven In- fantry dlviGfons and cavalry and artillery, art marching toward central Europe on a front ef near- ly 4CO from the Gulf of Finland lo the Dnelper river, according to Korne, The advance btflin on November 11. tne day rnan signed. German soldlen, tht adylcei add, are joining the Bolshevik', who are reported to be deilroy- ing everything In their and taking material left behind by, the Germans In (heir withdrawal westward. Reports from Europon lals in the lait week re- ported the BolshevlK' advancing throuah Esthonla, which Immediately south of the Gulf'of Finland. The are to ht meetinfl with but" alight succeii. party was not being run by'real labor, .but .by pacifists Bolan'eyikfsts. It irould not -bo aafti lo Irnsl "the- destinies- of a great em it until it was able lo over- United- Stales lisa filor iouslr'o.fought in the great which -convulsed Europe, that couhlrv lo continue L. ______ _ _ itself in'.-Knvopcan problems. Hence-1 sonaljjr it> criticise MaeDonald, Snow. fonii the French anil American or Iho others, bur lie could say will'know each othbr better. Our! tliat II they had thtir nelgnim and wlsnipiro to' it until it was lo interest throw, Jliis sans, He itirt not per. tnialleat villages will raer'the American soldiera. The Amei- for their parl, will carry homa .sa the trains witrftrieir innocent Wlh them, incmuvies .of'Fraucc, 'as well as 'ihelr '-'ovrV 1o. tLink (Iiat President. passengers passed through unin- terrupted to Berlin. Caught on the Fly BELIEVE THAT, a. memorial I -h'oldup artist Is hag'HOI yet lieoiT erected, flnd.tliaL suclf a I quite established by (he clly police, should-lie .Sabred to ad Ihe mm Is still at hut memory ot the Wnbrldgo .boya wlio rtlchle Is believed to be his name, liava we may nnd rurlherroore, It la Mate.I by (he bc frce- 1 -believe thai every I-oKce it la their belief that Ihe ina'1- VPman. and'clilW of (his. city jiiau Is a spollor'seni down here from srlint these boys liavc Kdmonr'on In Iran J clone for thorn would conlrJbiire ac- Tho Kalian claims (hat tlie man' conllns lo llielr.mtans .for this pur- ftcM in the rod llglit dUlricl, Rnfl Toultl sllov each Just a Her having left one ol the personally revered: their, memories. Ijnuaes, and.Torced Iifm to Iiaml over Thc is (a .wtirlby object, 1ml nil hia chased him across !t be a civic propo- thc Hvcr on the ice, firing seven sllion teel that il should not ho Bhots alter'him. Tho lioltl-up arlist nssofctalcrt with the. fftelrngs wo hnvc than made Ma'getaway. honored'deid.'; 1 would like _ ________' to-sec Ihc or'tHe'Eoard of Trade or the Rotary "Club'take Ihc GEISHISV.C. SANK IN COLLISION mailer ,ip in this.spirit' JOHX. LONDON, Dec. Buck-" Ingham Palace today the King, who by Ihe Duke o( Connaughtf decorated" Lieut. Thomas Dineaen, and Scrgl. Raphael Zengel, both of Can- adian ipfnnlry, with the Cross. Sergt. Raohael Zengel, is from Wootford, AUa. thft crass ?.t lAmiens, when he-- tackled gun emplace- ments 'single-handed, officer and dispersing the i men. Zenfjs! had been in France 15 months and had previously- won f the Military Medal. .iVlieh'he will have relumed lo the (While House, recall in..his medE- taiion the Image of Paris which u-fil The Journal des DcbalCi; ESTS: 'Treaiilent Wilson's greatest desire ia to Lrnrg" about n (aeling peace on-jtiBllcc. That goal is also ours. Krecchmeu must upc Ihclr ut- most strength to brinr aliont the of Ilia I Ideal, Americans lo our assistance In the name o[ 'certain princlplei which involved Certain conditions. Thc clanger is past, 'but the iirlnclpleE and condi- tions remain 'puLilisiies nn address ot hal JofTre to President Wilson. Marshal writes: France been 'orer-run ant] German have now liatl wbole coDtlncut under their I'.sel and Ihe rjiaiiiiel 'ports would liavc been in ;ermaJi- hands. Ex-premier- Asi i liafl anolhcr strenuous dny yesterday touring East Fife and., artdrcssfns eight at most oJ which he was severcl> heckled, but votes. o( coiifidencc sub milled .to them; ViTsre gassed, at the vollng was unial- AT a. mceiiug al Lcvuii hecklor Why dirt yiur, ivifV the Gcr ma a Mr. Asqulth replied: Is a inost indecent sugges recollecting all Me and thinkiiiR of all he do. Thousantis of French lives' vere saved by ihe in- ten-ftnlion of the Vnilcit States, [t nice owes an immense debt of 1 is with nil my lic.irl that I trill joiu America, trhich gave us tomorrow' in Ihc cry of the whole viclOTT. H is witb sincere Joy lhat' French people: 'Long Hve we sec President Wilson arriving, Slates; long live Wilson.'" .J SAN Hoc. JiTiy Etearacr Scheme, of the llontl- cello .Steamtlilp Company here, was fJREAT RECEPTION _- ftn FOR THE OLYMPIC HOPE T0 SETTLE 1T Bay In a heavy fog early lodav. -The j I WITHOUT A WA. Scnome remaiDed afloat half an honrj IJALITAX, X.3., Dec. I _________ after .ita's" All tho pas- ijiunt 3Ur liner .Olympic ar-j Ucc. himperbr Cbarlca, .is is hy lei 100 In number; 15 crew rived here morning with over dent Wilson's note lo the Chilean icra were shown Ihe oorre- exprcssing: Hie desire sponrtcnl by CODDL Czernin today. questions al issue between Qnc of Ibc wrlUcn jVpril, Austria Was Near Collapse But Huns Ignored Warning ___ of Ihe Schome. irtlh Iho ex- Canadian soldiers nmtjgavcriiTflt ccpttdn of Ivvo rcnortefl Jjsl, civilian jMUEtngerj. I thai llio taken oii dandeii nl Qcnpral WOMEN'4 ADVISORY COMMITTEE I The liig arrivid off Ihe 1 an'l Chile be amicably arrahgcrt 1917. I --VltlNXA, Dec. mi t Czernhi.hcr inoral aiipporLvid a very great tlie Tornier (artor. Thc can oot .nilnlatc'r. wrote-franfelr of condHfons hope for new reJiitorccinculF, Delay 'in his Tfilh former is to pur disadvanlage, our cne mles .liaTis nioro1 lime ami can wait loader than we.'1 The Idler 4hen. outlined Ihe Iho coin hi E offensives ag.iinsi BULLETINS EMPEROR CHARLES BARRED FROM SWITZERLAND_ MUNICH, Dec. Switzer- land, it fs understood declined to psnntt1 foririer Em- peror Charles of Austria-Viun- .to reside in Swlteerllnd. The government liquid to have-cited Irje'expErlencei of Holi land as part 'flround ,CALL AMSTERDAM, Dec. stantin 'Fehrenbach, the relchslag. has J a" meeting of that. assembly, serving of the place of says a report from Berlin.. MONTREAL STRIKE, ENDS Dec. V 13, strike of policemenj firemen -ri'iid waterworks 'engineers nnd fncin-. er.ator came end tonin'it at nine o'clcck, ihe ani-asing traU. Director at Public Safety Treniblay; hJs assisiant, Arthur Mann, and Ckiief of Detectives J. A. Bellnnger, will not continue in r their present capacity. SUDDEN RECOVERY1. WASHINGTON, Dec. than soldiers in France suffering from shell shock were cured hy news of Ihe iign- ing of the armistice, Surgeon- General Ireland today told .the senate military, committee. Out of 2500 shell shock the general said, alt except about 3CQ were well on the way to recovery almost Immediately. BRITISH ADVANCE LONDON, Dec. official stale muni on the operations of the British army of atcupalion, issued tonight, says: "Our advanced troops yester- day crossed the' Rhine and com- menced .occupation' oF ihe Col- ogne bridgehead.'- By- evening had reached the general Una Obcr-Casscl Si'egburg Otfenthal- Opladen." tlie lhat harbor Rl S o'clock aod'Ia now uro- govcninienl's answer to iho the central powers trere ne.irlnff rip- the French antl IJrjtiih, t cgedtng lo pfcr. As (Me is tbe-ffrafc trip of llu of the women's advisory Tfilltee of Iho.. repatriation' And cm- she paised up (he'harbor Kith a per- forl inndeuionliini OL Tvhlsllcs am -t message were .ihc chamher o( deputies today. The preserve ncact and lo carry out ihe contllllnns of thc'-9crnlaMr'' as "el! as Jias ot Ancon. which, it says, (he'reached the end of her resources. feat. II I "When these orfcnsives arc stouitci] H "P aSTcetiicn-L rcaclipd jv.-illi .-htierJta before lo am thoroughly convinced Hut Ihe change ihc military situation to onr eninshlnE pouil baa reached.' Against Sub. ConnL Crerliii CAN'T USE MILLING WHEAT FOR POULTRY OTTAWA, Dec. int object at helping lo conserve Can- ada's supply of wheat an order- rn-council has been passed Tng that no shall sell or purchase any vjhesl fit for mill- ing purposes for feeding a? poul- try. The only exception is wheat grown together with -'other grain which cjn be separated for milling purposes. i ot the aubcommlllee, wiiich will Include, two" mcmbora, Mrs, Reid, of Monlrfral, and Mrs. A. BoKlhjr, or Ont GERMAN PEACE DELEGATES DKRMN, D-ic-, no names a'ro mctitfohftfi In connection with the U. S, DSMOilLIZATION Dec. lenlay closed Abe bearings on the rcao-1 tho 6 ii- luKon rcqneslinc American dele-, empires are' ON' IRISH QUESTION upheaval njH occur in liic C0rdliig lo lelicr.- tliai Knglantl IVASIUXGTOX. Dec. U. -TholThat -wonU nc far worse lhari a be lhat Amer- i relations conimmeD ijiCJ paralyzed by. the pro- of the submarine warfare. The _____ ...____ _ -__________ nplfes are unable lo conclude peace j ter ended wUh Ihe solemn .warning; in Ihe United States lo the peace conference lo s'np-j Tvlthtn a ICTS" montaa then the peoples "We" arc at fcnd of our rp- atrthc. rale ot 15.000 men j pori the right ot freedom and lnie-ro( Uie empires; .will do il, and a wave Germany can not'count on released from ,thc nnny cTery rtayjpc-ndence and self-delcrmtnalton o( Oerman, delegates, il fa ktiownjCrn. March annouqced H C'hairmaa Flow] later, an (hat Ihc government has the subject i still anticipated, that a.rate CO.OOO! nounced thai the Commitlee iinyii is vis i mciUum whrn full IT, week. ihe of' revolt Milt Jiu-cep acvar all. (or our support .Iwyond Ibc latter part of ivblcli.cDr brotbera been Tignt- Ihe cijmrng ot iiie IJcioru ing; Perhaps months vlH pass be- _ God and before yonr people il is your fftrc Amcrlcii'can'throK illic slrco'glh. sscrett (a. drfend jour people. of. her ballalfcos Inio ;tbo fjglit, bill your dyrasiic ideqls anJ tbrone." SEMLDE Fnli marte wllli- v Thli meet time ID .Juuurr- The.jurp- Yincial ia. Xdnkonipu oti Mumliy to decide the dates, dent ot -the branch, will lie iu altebdanca it this meeting.1 It is will close (o tliifiy at the con: ventlon. Each local Is entitle'u to send at least ono JLItw'tlui locali over 100 ciiii send tiro, and VUli- 500 allowed, Kllh one (or crcry iOO lu'emoers OTEI- tile first 500. In this Eamoiiton and Catfiry will each liave four or five The enlertalnmentcommiUeo of (he board of tradi, -Hoiary cliib.. J. I D.D.B. ami other orginUilionsI' ara meeting willi Uie Veterans next, -week (o iliscuss pinna 'for ta< of'lfcc delegates. II Is tho i-onrenUon will be-In session (or, lour or live days, as ninny problems of Tast importance tho returned men be ihorouglily threshea out. The; ses- sions will lielil .in Iho assembly room of Ihe local Veterans' dub. 'I FRENCH ADVANCE PARIS. Dec. official-ilale- raenl issued by the war ofiice tonight relative lo the advance of the French nrmy of occupation reads: "Continuing their march, Iho Iroops ot the 10th army, atier having.occu- pied KreuEnacIi, passed, on Dec. P, the line u[ Brelzenhelm-Sprendlinzcr, Kichloch-Uiehclnhehii-Odernhclm: On the same day advanced elemeuls ea- tercil fit? or Mayeiit'e." NEW TECH. SCHOOLS TOnoNTO. Dec. .H.--AI a diiinsr of the RnglneeriHg aliiTrtinl of sily of Toronto last nlglit, Hon. Dr. Corly, mloi3ler "of-education for On- tario, outlined what may prove to thev foundation for a scheme'of technical in- dustrial education in the province.; Ijr.- Cody hinted at the probable establish: ment of Industrial and. technical schools in Drnnlford, Peterhoro an.1 Iho Catharines, Wclland and Thor- old districts. TO FIGHT DISEASE' CHICAGO, Dec." Geori'e Vincent, or thft. Rocke- feller Foundation, which 'Hat' an endowment of an-' nounced today that the organ'tea-' tion, after devoting Us activities to four years of.War'velfef and army welfare work, in'Which it expended will im- .resume 6f at- lernpting to rid the wfirtd of dis-. ease. The peace program adopt- ed by the organization contemp- the expenditure of of dollars annually Tn attacking human ills in every part of the world. BOARD OF CONTROL WASHlxaTO.V. Uec. ler-General last: night ap- pointed a hoard'for the operation of the telegraph and 'telephone services under government control. U.-. Ucihcl, vIce-presHenl of the Ameil- can Telephona and Telegraph, corn- (s fhalriiian and llie other mem- hers, are K." A. Stevenson, superinten- dent ot plants ol the American Tele- phone and TeltErapK company; G.-M. Yorkp, vice-prejident of Iho Western L'nlon Tclegfapli company, ami A. .P. Adams, prssldenl of tlie Kansas (My Home company. THE WEATHER hia'n Low chjnfte in" ;