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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ir^e* Forc^e of Cavalry is Vanguard of Army of Oc-:r cubationto^Cross the Rhine -^^W^m Mounted Men With Them. - \ COL06'nk,';riec; 16.-British cavalty ?i- the first' tfrnis. lodiiy ci-ossea :tlie "line as ,a vanguard for 'he army ;o: aoiipatlon. r A thoiiBaiid KhaW-elad liorsemeii, with full battle equipment, piisiied over the rlvar from Bonn aiid Cologne and went to establish the Srttl^n seml-clrcutap line which is bc-'Bwung about these two cities to .a depth ,cf about 30 kilometreH.'^ One ^UviBion of English hornemeh, wi';h-ar-^tllleryaqd armored cmt., was nent out ftrom'Cologne, while Cunadian cavalry 1^ was taade the riiasoh for a great review byOhe Briti^i_Gen. Flummer and his staSf, The review was held undei.9t, Ontario embraced in MillMrylBlBtrict No. 10. The jfoi^^/iKjalsoMo be ; the .o^ylicer-f.orc�f(iper- Tbe-Aritie^^tmiaii^'tife to-be: l-f-Snfdrcenii&l ffbt', federal ^J^B^^^|P^^y^'-rtid,�rotec-- sAti-ii-iiU^di^U^p^ilBiBd^ Minder the - -^Var Mensufea-Atst for; the protection of public safety.-.'4^- :,"Th,e minister concurs 'in.(the view of the commissioner and comptroller and recommends tliats the comptroller be-authorized to state to the commissioner and to Ih^ tt^^i-ce'that there is no intention to terminate the life ot the -forces-but that its future is. assur- ' either us the basis of a pei*man- ' ent federal police force or. as one of the mounted units in the per- . manent force in Canada as may � hereafter be decided by the gov- , -ernor-in-cnuncll." , - \ � .;_-- _::_ ' '-v'' ""� Caught oh the Jly rive here next Tuesday for an inapec- Ilf ALL, the years l,l^ve,tr Hloh. ~ over Southern Alberta I: have GERM AMSTERDAM, Oec. 16.-Poland hat teverfed reiatlona with Germany, according to a telegrim received In Berlin from Wartaw. PoIand,i as a reason for the rupture, accuses.'the German authorities in i occupied'provlnoes of acting - contrary to Polish interests and working � vlth 'the Bolshevlki. At the request et the PoIJsh govefnajent,. OoVemor-Gensral Be'sspler and the entire staff of the Oerihan mission will leave'-the territory of the Polish republic. '' have travelled never seen the'water.-In all ^ the rivers so low as at pre8ent.-r-R. Wi Bradshaw, (Magrathlr . .(THAT WAS^JFHE-liapplest lot of childVen I ever saV. The >)lotarIuj can't be prajsed''tpd greatly for thefr goodness to theL Boldiersv Wddlca.- Wm. Lamb, probation off iter. 10 PROCEED WIIH Hon. C.R. Mitchell Statesj^cflve Construction Program^Will .-'Be Undertaken . . ACTAWA, Dec. 10.-*ipi7:; J. A. CaU' e'r,.ihinister of immigiitibn and colonization; today gave out the followinr statemeht dealing with the' question or ^'ijatural resources of the' western provini3.es to'the Canadian. PresH, Limited: v.^V . - ,- , � . "Nntaerous; stateinenta :are>appea^--lng':,ln'the press ot western iCanada to the effiTt that thrfederal 'government rha^jlreiused to deal with, the,question of-itjiie .transfer/rpf tlie natui'al re-^^sources to the prairie proyirines.Those res^onBlhle for these statements must TORONTO, liQc. Hi.-"When 1* the they do not represisntHhe exist- ,-FlVE YEARb AGO/Wben the coun-' tU"e arrives the province of Alhbrta SnSrf'^^^^ oil-appoinTed aiBitleens* assessment 'wiU be in line on the matter, of tak- fac'ts: . ^ ', committee I moved .lor. an Increase, ing care of its ,?oldiers during theTe- "''Early'in the year it was decided bv In^the aBBCBament-OH. huiW^^^ saiJ Hon.' order \that owners vpf.. outside prop- ~, , ;, \ , , . . erty might be placated so that they '^""'''^^^ -^'j>'l>ell, provincial treje^ would hold their property and keep �rer of Albejsta. it from reverting to-the city.- 1 could "VVe"hav/heeu marking time in the not get a secpuder. Jhen, ,bu^ I', sea west the last three or four y^aVs so now that thp council has come to the conclusion ed was r FINLAND ^^N^S^^BEST TERMS.iroiN GET WITH^HE ALLIES LONDON, Oeoi^llB.-(Canadian Press via Reutir'aV-7-Gen. Manner-, helm, the preirdent of Finland, left " Newcattia for'Htlilngfors yettpr-day to assume hl�- new office, interviewed by Rduter't correspondent, he taid hIK'pollcy and aim was to get the/^iwtat terms possible,with thealllif and to secure the ri?cognltlon.'ef. the complete independence of Ifinland by ail the powers and to attaifaliih a definite form .of govemmcftt based ofi the co-operation of: ail parties. He had conferred vftitK the leading " statesmen Of London and P^ris , and wat dellghted;-.yyith his reeep' tion. ' 1 J ONTROLLEO MOST 0 LECIi; ITALY'S WONDERFUL RBedjp^ SACRIFICE NE\y YORI^pici.' 16,:7^ltaly,, with a populatt'ofi'^ only 36 000,-000, and Wth 5,500,000 men called to the co art, 'Buffered approximately t,500,0pa:casualties in the war, Gen. Otiallemetti, military attache of th~�;i.#ajlan war mis-tion, announepo^W^an address at a Red Croat ra(i|yfhere last night.  Of the .1,600,0q0>piiuaities, the (leneral taldrv wiMixlmateiy 500,-000 wert fcii(td>ft?Vlled of wounda and 500.000 were^; permanently ditabied.' JBbUSHEVIKI T4>ly ; , ::>*feN REGIME -BoMhevikI V ll' ' pretant arc-'C whether, to r6alme,,ai navdi- ati has'arriv �Nikolai; _ , . . , L'eon Kameneff ;�r�^^taid to favor. , t&r-The Ruaala at dlteuBBlana their antire the Sweitith igrad, who prepiier,-j�nil' abandonment, but^ 'S��|5t(y.V|far:.MInL >|gn MiifliteWcreb Ratfek, who urge the latt. r�t�k^or-!n�and M, lOldIng . out jito: > > � SIIITEMENT ON THE IIIRESOURCEJ Kaiser Refuses to Leave His Safe Retreat in Holland , ,.; .  ._______ -r: � �AMST^ROAiVI, Dec. 16.-William Hohenzollern, the former Germari emperor, the: Telegraaf *ays It understands, has reused tb leaVe Hpltancry after official Veprcaentations had been made that hit continued presence in Holland wat likely to Involve the country in serious dlfflcuities. The^'former emperor, the paper adds, was told that his free departure . wau/d be a'matter af gratification to the Dutch government!: E SURE OF 1 AIM Pres. of Portugal Never Regained Coi^iciq^spess-Outburst Ag&inst The Crime aJSBOiy,.,Dec. 3/5.-(Hava|.)-The atsasBin of Dr. Paos, president of Portugal, made sure of his aim when he attacked ithe president-today. Dr. Paes T^*^ talking with aniimber of. ministers at-a railroad station /here TVhenJie young man approached the >*roiip; r:3Ie;^�,u^oedpd, in reaohJns, tha side- of Dr, Paesi �and. dra.wlng a.pI�-^ toii^flred. potatblank at the. .prest-'dent. rDr. Pies.never regained consciousness. ^ The murdeier->was killed by/~ the 'icrowd,'-and another' man, suspel^ted' of� complicity in the crime, was arrested;' i.  ; i � .:,.�)" Alter  the> minister of the interior-had'B,ssuni'ea the office of president, Alfredo Mugalhies, minister bt ma.; rlne.--*wa8 charged with thp'i duty dt"] heading the foreign of fide, which [portfolio-was home bj? Dr. Pass in conjunction-with the preBldency. The I government^thus constitntBd will remain in, office 'until action is tajkeii by ,'the 'chamber . of, deputies, whicli h^s been called to meet tomorrow. _Po)ios, authorities suspect that the crime was planned by the League'of Republican 'youths> There is a unanimous protest; against the crime on the part of-the population, and demonstrations are foreseen. Union labor leaders Ihave^ lieen placed under ^he prbtectioiuof the police. , COIVtPLAINS OF TERMS ' LONDON, Dec. 16.-^(Brltiah Wirelets Service J-Ae�eKl(nfl,jto /dispatchet received ' hare ^^ta^ay ' from Amiterdam and o^Kip^leltlaa, Mathlas Erzberger,i leadef^gfrvne^-German armlttice corrimiitloni hat' again complained of .the! teyefit/ ' of the armistice.tferme, ;He;S|fi|( be the!first published account of the surrender "07 the 'submarine fleet is printed in the - Hamburger Nachrlch-ten's nar/ativ.B, dated Scapa Flow. It says: -'>���-��� ''Morning,-Nov. 21. Powerful-,Bril;-ish �flfeet, encountered ^ the German idea 6ug- OIN CABIi Coalition May Have 400 geati in Next House-^Sinn Fein-'ers Show Strerijgth-^May be Woman Member Cabihef^ LONDON, Dec.. 14.�-Thrf vota f in the Britlah eleetlona will not be counted until December ZSi '� and until that date.all etatement* [ about the reiult are aiirmlie. / ' -XiONDON, Dec. 16.-(By the "asso-J fliaied Preiag.)-^jonsiderIng therioVel conditiifn nnder which yeBterday.'s electioiig were'held and the neceBsitx of wailing for a fortnight /before- fher Bkllots /ai-e counted, there iB .very-little indulgence in speculation as to the reeult. It iB universally adiiitled to be almost a, foregone coneluBfpn. that the Lloyd George' coalltioli'l:a� been victbrloua .and probably wJU have four hundred membora ia tho new Uqubo of commons. i Naturally, with inany millionB oi pow voters, women, as.well atiinjten^ there is ample room tor Gurpriaea, and the (OTanuneat portr^irl^ (e�l doubtlul aa' to Its, anceeirt, aven serartl memilMra  ot, the cablniSt, :{n whlclv un dernew �- '� quantity,;; �the i womo^ support?idV:,cottntion.'- ^�tt(lldat�,t^�ilfel'S, .wotiid be no-'anrpriBe'if tit'i�^found; VANCOUVER Dec. ie.-T-,wai- tcr C. FIndlay, late prohibition {commistioner for �British ColumA faia, who was dismfeted from Office by t'he provincial,government last week, this morning pleaded ' guilty in the. police court to. the charge of illegally importing liquor into the province, and was sentenced to a fine of $2,000 or .six montha' imprftonment. S MONTREAL, Dec. 16,-:.The Montreal polrde and firemen, who struck last week, law now contemplating anotherv'tutpeneion of . work because .the thrfe' offlcialt of the public tafety.department. Director Tremblayit Attjatant Director M.inn and, Chipf of' Detect-1 ives Belan'ger have not been'dlt--mitsed from office as ^promlted. fleet.' ; Inyol^iiitarlJy the. "At an eayy date the govarnn^tfnt'Pf will Uold a 1olut conference -ivltli tend land at the same Ume. have iVbor'^SreseltatLra^^r^mploSS ^1^' welf''" "^"'^ of ail-classes, of labor and other or-i""^"^ - gani.ations Interested in thp, future w MI,?.,f�f�^'i'^L;^'f^^^^^^^ MONTlvaAi:..,,Dec 16.-LouJb Walrt-� present, claiming, to represent 16,000 |iroan, nssdmhlyman fronviNew Tforlt, I organiaod workers. By'a Ijirge ma-jwas the principal speaker at a ;nJeel- jorlty a resolution waa iPassed pro- 5ing,;hpld here; last night,-at which'testing against.: thq.'se.nding of Cana-,...... , , ^ucai B"vc...m�.iu i� yie. �[- fratsrna!.,�ympathy. with the Russian dlan troops to Sitieria.: demanding ^^ii"/MH^h'^n'"?^ ,^ ' f^ot that it might be advisable for the Soviet gpverament,.vlth .the Socialist their withdrawal, and sending greet-;"Mfd.^i MftchoU, for the purpose BoiHlnton to retain control.arid'^'hwVei-^ernment of. .Germany.-condemna-inga to tho Soviet/government - "oi^ of the Canadian government lor j Russia and the'. rovolutioriarlea wit'h'--we'^k"^force.a Wgaihsf this ! nibd^ ern'glanf force.-/ ^ " "What',"'i the narrator' asks, "would we hrft 'have;, driiie''with this super-' of lof fanning the rights of free speech,' Germany. a.-prea8 an(] i-assembly' to the Bo-l Officers were then olaoted for tlio l-Demooratic.Federation of Canada'Tfenauing year, j' J frefely 'discussed. The threat! The, most Jiotfly-discussed motion made thal^V every wheel of in-1 was -that demandin(r the. government Btry In the Dominion would he lift its ban on tn^.^Sbcialist press and lopped: If the^ order-in-oouncil order-1 release all political prlsbiie'rs in Gan-the above suppression were not ada.' The m'otlo)iv^'aavcavrl^d by a big ithdrki^. Between 600 and � 7jOO BopleTr-niofltly- of \woll to do appear Dce-r-^cbeere'd'these sentiments to echfa., ' 'Sympathy With Bolahevlkl � rMONTBBAU. Dec. 16,--The Quebec iQtiijn.-'^M! the.:Iiat>or>party of Ca�ij: �a ''Keld ;tho >econd annnal coniren-on^S.unday" at the Trades and �iw'^ Council hall here. Onp- hun-a: and Blxty-tlye delegates  were inajdrlty. . :�' > . : Other resolutions passed .demanded, the abolition of Achildlabor,Vnijder 18 yearsi free'' and icompulsbry- edilcatioa. wltlv tree books,'the'^pr0hil)ltlon. of tlie fiirtbac production.of prison and Industrial Instltuilon prod^Ql3 ^ \which compete, against 'or�%alBisd labor; abolition of military *':triinfn'gi/aid tho teacbinig of military--bi8lpovy/aud ideals in the sphoplB Bnd.oolleBejii � �� the front. ^Representatives of .^thp, gOTerument in the future, if it so de-y.iripus so fliers^ organizations alsg feired, could secure limrted.collections, have been invited to .participate in: the These rWere merelyl, suggestions for conference and enter suggestion^;. FRENCH DELEGATES' PARIS, Dec. 16.-(Hav�t.)^i Jhe Echo de/PaHfii,.>i.i.r ir,f;.n. ,. ' � Dominion to retain control.ftnd''bWner-i-. i oflboring into the whole auestion and flKio of ihp fovMt rPKervph �ht4nnoi aB � * * � > officers: jand men's impoton^ rage � . � v . against the enemy am? thosre.re- > 'sponflIbl!S'''fo'r.-t'h''eli'-.'ignominy, refers election been; poBtponed''until after the peace treaty signed, the party, would have se-' cured at least 200. Political speculation is'chiefly con^: cerned with the raconstructlon of l;hB. cabinet after tlie election; One rumor' credits Premier Lloyd. George .wilh^ favoring the appointment of the';ifirsl>' woman minister. The name of jJTrs;^ P^nkburst is mentionM ta tkla cpnr Inectibn'. , . .'^/.:,^, :.- 'Hen often remarked , that ttaefit votes were nuUifled by their, wlfe^' supporting opposing, candidates,TRe*t ports go so far at to contend that^iths^ new house of commons has heen maiu^: ly chosen, by women. - -\- Many iWeman Voted V .LONDON, Dec.: Saturdijj'af. elections were featureo^y the.vaBto'u-iiAiing number of women voting. Th*' novelty , of jtOBsetting the franChtsa' apnealed'to tliem in i^U parts 9f;tlia oountiy, the women ffooklng to ,tbe � booths iii crdwdB 'andVoutnnmbB^iiis' the male voters in some diBtrictB. -Many were accompanied by  .Ahelri huBbands, but the (inalorltr.iwent: � alone. In ihe working claims '.dis-; trlcts mothers In'many casea took.;' their families along.: : Generally speaking, the: women te*;' garded their new reaponslbillties Tefy^' seriously and showed themselres^W:. be fully acquainted wfth. the' prp'ce-, 'dure ,of. voting. -In.-some constituen^--'-cies competition among women -Aav-achieve the diatinctlouvof^being tha, flrflt to record their'Totet rasnlted^ in big .xrowdB lining up before the' bootlia opened; A -remarkable ai&i^-ber of aged.jeven Infirm, 'women vote4;^  in spite-pf the ^perelstent rain w^hiqij.-prevailed Jrirtually over the it'^iiM V country. ' . > ''fi ^ 1. Strehgtji of Sinn Fein 4.. 'v BELFAST, Dec. 15.-The featur^iifif 1: Saturday's elections :in .>Iceland iVfkap. the strength shown by ttae:^inn Eei^;^,-! It is reported, herei that. Cardinal'Lpgdti:v;rejected, .'and dwells on "the superllous" wounding bf our feelr ings" at not being permjtted to fly the German., flag.'.. The writer states tbat'iio .'Pla'ce cpiild be more .God; forsaken than, Scapa Flow, and iii-forms-biB^readers that, food is ' so BcariSe' jb.'Britain 'that British sailors tried to buy br^ad from (he G^'^man qrewt...; r , .� . , V .:� plet'ed. The Sinn Feiners'poUa^^^ SAILORS WANT CONTROL' in the county an* olt3r,(,<*y' OF MERCHANT MARINE * ij*?''""-.,?"'* J" Cprk. The norUiweat-^ Dec. IG.-^' < Ulster Sinn Peiners will carry the.ojly. lol of the merchant ma-  Derry, three seats In Donegal and, is demanded 'bjr p^jsiilprs' -* NorOi^est Tyron.' : k icil formpd at Hamburg,' * The'Unlonista expect to retnlji*^ C0PBNI-IAGJ3N, * Control * rjne * council, formpd. at'Hamburg,,,. , � * according to a Berlip -dlfijialicU"!  JJ^eir seats hi tlie norUi JoseplJ � to the Berllngstke Tideii^e'^of ^ J?!':.'^?!'?^!?^.'!^*?^^^!?!.^*''^^!!: ? this city. The council thieitemiv^ re-electpU byVsfveral .tJw.ueMw^ to Bint all the aixisld itj_ti\i_^^ majority. . y ^__. ^, ;,-'^^C�f(| demandUs not e^imilted '.w:iT)ii- f thi'^b^'.^jgh ......;^..'.'w;,<4e,., The council . inBieti^;! financing be ^onie By thA''BVp-'--^v,-^ign............; ,,.. i&i^ owners.. . i ' - Low .......-----^.^''I.V.r,C-*" 80 16881786 18681347 ?03923 3768 ;