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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCEMHKU u I j aW BOtSHEVKI MARCH ON tWBAL JOIN TBffl TO OP 01d Country Elections Are on Doubt About the Result is Tor the election of parliament In In pro gress throughout Great dtcatlons are that Premier George will control a safe The Daily Express estimates that ins government will win 435 and the Liberals while the opposition includ iflg will secure giving the premier a majority ot Women have been active in the Them is intense rivalry Between Lloyd George and wife of the former chan cellor of the who supporter ot former Premier Supporters of Premier Lloyd ieorge have conducted a vigorous campaign in South recently attacking McKenna the latte a own and those of Mc Kenna in replycriticizing the Elizabeth Asquith admitted in some of her speeches the elec tors sometimes made candid about her he doesnt Bonar Laws daugh tor also took part in Miss Christabel the noted promised the voters lhat when the womans regime pre vailed in parliament every no matter how will be heated and served by The British she assert ed will be responsible for the elec tricity that turns the cooks the meals and irarrnt the Why should women drag coal scuttles she or stand over a team ing wash spend hours over old fashioned which not only eat burden of the wprld cotila Je Christmas Fund Rapidly Nearing The Marie BELGIANS IN OUSSELDOWF Rhcnlsch Prus I Of Ousseldorf ly ing on the woHorn bank of the Rhine haa Nan occupied by Bel gian Mo also held the great bridge across the Machine guna control the crossing and banks of the river have beenjatablished on the bridge and reinforced by barbed Already acknowledged Elkt Lodge 10619 and Mau ghan Joseph Morgan J Trelivlng 100 Robertson and Alan Leslie and Stanley Robert Needs Billy Ewart Whitesel Herald staff and and Matthews KnightWatson Ranching Co Total The Elks lodge made a very handsome donBtion of to the Heralds Christmas f un4y yester This money is the balance held by the lodge in tha X and as the lodge is now practically the balance has been turned owr to the most worthy cause of providing Christmas cheer tor the needy The objective of flOOO is being rapidly The fund al ready totals over nnd there should be no difficulty in raising the object in raisins the which IH thrre times the sum gen enflly aimed at by the that not only every kiddie be look ed after on that i gum of at least foOO be provided for the Nursing mission to aid In carrying forward thr extra work of relief with which the mission has been burdened as a result of the recent Many famil ies hitherto with at steady income now have that income cut ami are facing rather uncertain fu These families will need lit tle comforts from time to time the The Mission ordinarily receives an annual grant from the city but this will not commence to do the work that should The Mission is the only or ganization of relief maintained in he and ndbly has its work been The work should not be allowed to suffer through lack of Armistice Is Now Extended from OCCUPY NEUTRAL ZONE German armistice has been ex tended until 5 oclock of ths morning of January and the allies have notified Germany that they reserve the right to occupy the neutral zone east of tha Rhine from the Cologne bridge to the Dutch according to advices from BY PIS HouseLords How Hun Leaders Tried To Stop The Revolution Italian Telb Story of Sensat ional HoldUp in Restricted Area cial cable to Torailta and Which shew for tha first time tha authori ties In Mrtln made frustrate the revolution have come into the hands of the Berlin It appears that the greatest efforta were di rected toward sailors who mutinied at Kiel and Ham burg and who killsd thsir officers from reaching An attempt was made cut off all railway communication be tween the northwest and taut this as Indsad did all the efforts of the military au thorities To what Ungth the Berlin com mand was to is Editorial WfHws Excel Them selves in Lsrtiding Frances Distinguished Guest Wilson nade Illsentry into Paris at oclock this The president s arrival at the capital was greeted with a salvo of artillery in Storiea front pages of he morning are de voted to details Of the reception to be accorded President Wilson Pictures of and Wilson are printed W m the Long Accounting character istics of the his policies and describing thfl work he has accomplished during the war fill Reuters will be of the undertaken by theCoalition the election taking place m the United at Glasgow yesterday The reform of the house of lords Kingdom Law said that thpy that a second rhurafcfcr with adequate man bnlievpd My wife never visited any Ger Lord Robert was iderable attention the In addition is paid to itaMirtthat Americans Have playwfetti tfte the battles Mihiel and the gonne heing Editorial cer commanding at Although it was that some of the revoltfng sailors were travelling on ordinary on which were many women and order was given to derail those trains and fire on them with machine guns until It was evident that not a human Ing remained alive in the On receiving this order the officer Commanding at Neustadt collapsed and was carried away No one among the military on the spot would un dertake to carry out the so the trains witrflheir innocent as well as their revolutionary editorials newspapers herepublish welcoming president Wilson t France and asBuring the American Trtesident of the hearty reception awaiting him in Says the that it should be The Chancellor further stated thai the Coalition government intended to give the new upper house the strength hat could alone come from direct ess with the Bonar Law reiterated his previous announcements that the would see that the Empires naval safety was not imperilled at the peace conference and said that ho was no afraid of Bolshevism in the Lulled Premier Lloyd George wound up his campaign last night with a speech at Camberwell in which he objected to the name Labor party because it did not represent all the labor of the United It only represented a smalt part he whose votes would be largely cast for the Ramsay MaiDonald and PhllipBnowdon were not manual work The Labor party was not being run by real but by pacifists and It would not be sale to trust thedestiniesof a great em Have 1 1 Army Divisions and Are Joined by German Soldiers in Mf consistina of eleven In fantry divisions and cavslry and are marchinfl toward central Europe on a front of near ly 400 miles from the 8ulf of Finland to the Dneiper according to dispatcher fram The advance November the day the Gsi man armistice was German the advices are joinlnfl the who are reported to be inn everything in their path ana taking material left behind by the Germans in their withdrawal i Reports from European 1 tals in the last weeK hava re I ported the Bolshevik advancing through which llea immediately south of the Gulf of The Russians are said to be meeting with but slight ernmcnt did not hurry the election tu escape the soldiers the States has glor ioiiBly in the great struggle which convulsed we wish that country to continue to interest gang Snow wfsT Biro to it until it was able to over He did not wish per itself in European He nee BonaU forth the French and Amencan peo aou o BULLETINS EMPEROR CHARLES BARRED FROM SWITZERLAND it is understood has declined to permit former Em peror Charles of Austriablwn gary to reside in The Swiss government ia aald to have cited the experiences of Hoi land with former Emperor Wil liam as part of the ground CALL REICHSTAG stantin president of the has convoked a meeting of that re serving furtherindication of the time and place of a report from VEIERANSINILLBE but could sa Belgium and forth the anu 7uur thev had their way Belgium anu iber the American The Amer i it for their will carry home I with them memories of e lovtj to think President AVilscn Caught on the Fly Held up at the point of a revolver fov a man who it atleged to be an officer the ami forced to disgorge In Angelo on came to the city police station yesterday with his and a warrant has now been issued for a man named on a Charge BELIKvE THAT a memorial ot robbery and Just who the ghould be and that such a ta has not yet been memorlal enouW be jeered to the quite established by the city police memorv of Ule Lethbrldge boys who as the man is still at nut jave their lives that we may Ritchie is believed to be his free j bolleye that every nnd it Is Btated by the woman and child oc cUy thai it their belief that I lie appreciates what these boys have I man Is a spotter sent down hers from ry Kdmouion to trap k when he will returned to the passengers passed through unm will recall in his medi 4Aoriinf tO i wliifll wfll terrupted to done for them would contribute acj cording to their means foV this pur The Italian claims that the man mA gUow thftt we eacn iield him up In the red light onally Just after having left one of the rfho is a hut forced him to hand ovei n eventuaily ft civic propo all his caslir then chased him across R houlfl not ho firing seven rno holdup artist would like to see the of the Board of Trade or the Rotary Club take the matter up in this JOHN than made his SANK SAN Btearaer of the Monti cello Steamship Company was sunk In a collision with the bay General Frlsbee in Pablo Bay In a heavy fog early The Sehoine remained afloat half un hour GREAT RECEPTION FOR THE OLYMPIC GETS HIS Buck ingham today the who was by the Duke of decorated Thomas and Raphael both of ths Can adian with the Victoffa Raphael aged is from He won the cross at when he tackled machirvs gun emplace ments officer and dispersing the Zenoel had been in 15 months and had previously won the Military Germany would have by now had thR whole continent under their heel and the channel ports would have been in Germau Expremier had another strenuous day yesterday touring East Fife and addressing at most of which he was severely but votes of confidence sub milted to them were except at where the voting was At a meeting at Lcven i heckler nsketl Why did your witv visit the Cai man Asqulth replied That is a most imleceut says SEVERAL DAYS tation the image of Paris which will greet him The Journal des Debates says President Wilsons greatest desire is to bring about a lasting peace based on That goal is also All Frenchmen must their ut mosl strength to bring about the realization of that Americans to our assistance in the name of certain principles which involved certain The danger is but the principles and condi tions The Iatln publishes an address of Marshal Joffre to President sssr JT Hr we see President Wilson States AustriiTWas Near Collapse But Huns Ignored Warning recollecting all he and thinking of all he Thousands of French lives were saved by the in tervention of the United It HOPE TO SETTLE IT was All the pas1 giant White Star liner Olympic lOtf hi number 35 crew rived hore this morning with over members of the with the ex Canadian soldiers and option of two reported civilian passengers and taken on the General Frlsbeo aandeil at WOMENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Tlie big transport arrived off the harbor at 8 oclock and is now ceeding to Unr As is thefirst trip of the longer than The letter Alien outlined plans fyr tlio coming offensives against tho Frtuch uml am coiitinutxl When these otfmmlves are slopptl 1 urge that an agreenuiiu lie with America before i MONTREAL STRIKE ENDS The strike of firemun and waterworks engineers nnd erator department employees came to an end tonight at nine the men agreeing to arbi Director of Puulic Safety Tremblay his Artur and Chief of Detectives will not continue in their present SUDDEN RECOVERY than soldiers in France suffering from shell shock were cured by news of the sign ing of the Surgeon General Ireland today told the senate military Out of 2500 shell shock the general all except about 300 were well on the way to recovery almost BRITISH ADVANCE official statement on the operations of the British army of issued says Our advanced troops yester day crossed the Rhine and com menced occupation of the Col ogne By evening thy had reached the lino OberCasselSiegburg Odenthal expressing tlio desire Ihrt questions at issue between Peru and Chile bo amicably arranged 101 and thu governments were read in he doputies The v to tue declares the gave the emperor warning that niiswer to the central wore nearing de Olympic to Halifax since the signing governments desire and hnshakeable I of she was greeted to preserve peace and iwas made this morning of Ihe per she up the harbor with a of the womens advisory com of whistles uml jnittee of lUo repatriation and em Hjrens Tho of Um water u Bloyment committeB which will have front blacU with cheering riiarge of many Important matters It read SelfDfceit ulile tu I am thoroughly convinced lhat the change the military situation to amashlng point has been well as has riiiating to reconstruction and re mitrlatlon ot CaanUlau of will be chair man of the which will include two Helen of ami ot DELEGATES no names are mentioned in connection with the JL js r the subject Harden guard stationed at the to Keep away mill i as won as ion to curry out Hie conditions of the end of her Tventy of it tho polilicul authorities do goveiiiment must solve between Chile circles and TiMir without the necessity of ln of people who had DEMOBILIZATION CONGRESS TO VOTE ON IRISH De Birlln aro I Against War Count explainod his dislike ot German submarine and recalled u thu emperor slate I inenls made by KitldMiushal Conrad visit lo another winter i THR riem occur in the cording to that Knglaml t I am convinced should Germany i von lloetxendorf whilo on u visit attemiil another winter un i The field marshal house foreign relations committee yes worse than a dis advauiagoous If the eovereigiis of central would be thai Amer ica would be paralysed by ppsedy submarine s 1 tieiujany cau on our support beyond the latter part of the cuiuing of tho 13eton March still fun vofe on early next mentum U CANT USE MILLING WHEAT FOR POULTRY the object oi helping to conserve Can adas supoly of wheat an order incouncil has been passed ing that no shall sell or purchase any wheat fit for mill ing purposes for feeding of poul The only exception is wheat grown together with other grain which can not be separated for milling TO FIGHT DISEASE George president of the Rocke feller which has an endowment of an nounced today that the organiza after devoting its activities to four years relief and army welfare in which it expended will im resume of at tempting to rid the warld cf The peace proaiam adopt ed by the organization contemp lates the expenditure of of dollars annually in attacking human ills in every part of the Full preparations wilt be made with the next week or so lor the enter tiiinment of delegates to tMi provincial conwntUm of the Orest association to told in This cbnTentlon will meet some time la The pro vincial executive meets Bdmontou on Monday to decide the Presi dent Lougworth of the Lethbrldge will be in attendance at this it that there will he close to thirty delegates con Each local Is to send at least one Altar that locals over 100 can send and with 500 three are with one for every 500 members over the first In this way Edmonton and Calgary will each have four or five The entertainment committee of the board of the Rotary the and other are meeting with the Veterans next week to discuss plans for of the It is exported that the convention will be in session for torn or five as many problems vast importance to the returned men will be thoroughly threshed The Blons will be held in the assembly room ot the local Veterans FRENCH ADVANCE PVR1S official atate nient issued by the war office tonight relative to the advance of the army of occupation reads Continuing their the troops of the 10th after pied on the line of BretzenheimSprendlingen On the same day advanced elements en tered the of a dinner of the Engineering aluiriini of the Univer sity of Toronto last minister of education for outlined what may prove to be thev foundation for scheme of technical training ahd in dustrial education in the Cody lilntetl at the probable establish ment of industrial and schools in Peterboro and he Welland and Thor old BOARD OF CONTROL Burleson last night ap pointed a board for the operation of the telegraph and telephone under government vicepresident of the Ameri can Telephone and Telegraph com panv is chairman and the other mem bars are dent plants of the American phone and Telegraph company vicepresident of the Western Union Telegraph president of the Kansas Home Telephone THE WEATHER Hlflh no change in 1 M ;