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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA. MONDAY, UKCEMHER IB. NUMBEH 5 I'l Iw I Plenty of Time Yet to V Give, to Christmas Fund Already acknowledged Or. L. T. Allen 5.00 'Peter .10.00 Ruth, Frank'and Jean Gal- bralth 'L. Aileen and Arlys Miller... 1.CO Gwendolyn and Westren zS of Cavalry i Vtiiigiiiry of Army .of Oc cupatipri to Cross the Rhine Mounted Men 'With'Them, COLOGNF Dee British or the first loJu enmei Ihe Ihina'as a vanguard tir 'he army.o: Lcurilion A Iboiib mil Miakt clad orEeme'n, with full Inttle equipment, isuel over the riv r f-om Bonn and iftolOnne and went lo establish 'he n Beml circular line is lic- 1 swung about theso two lo a .Sdet'u ti about One ol Knglish horsemen, wl'.h-ar- Jlillery armored can, was sen: cut while Canadian.cavalry i rjaqe tlie reason for a 'great re the BrlllshGen anil his staff; 'Tlie'rcvTeiv was held under the huge equestrian staiue ol Ihe for- mer emperor. From this potat, (Jen. .his. Irnops begin last inarch of cccunstlon Procession Thousands of; Chilians including man) former officers anil soldiers were in the'streets leading to thi bridge, watching Ihe procession The .endless ;ine ot civilians stretched fa iway through which the parade Baited For more than an houf line ot horsemen passei the rtUfwInt point nhilo nearby military them across the llbine. Tho peopltv were quiet I aiid respectful. When the parade w.as i.lbout halt a passenger train from Ihierlln came steaming across too rail Eroad bridge... The people-, on board Crushed to the windows of Ihe cars Cind'iJatchert the procession Tomor prow a considerable bbiiy ot "will arrive-tor tha.formal occupation. 5 Gin Ferguson Ihe fmllltarj governor arrived, and estab MB headquarters In office near 4 the calhe'ural. lie was Mlendeil by. r Scottish Infantry and pipers.1 who later t escorted, him to. government house, f Field-Marshal Halg is expected to nr- rive hero neit Tuesday for an iuspe tioll. Uedley Total _ With an objective of' The Herald's -Chrittmas' fund fcr the Nursing' Mission the mark.' There, are ten days left, and there should be no difficulty' in passing the mark Christmas Eve. Not all of this money will be spent for cheer for the kid. diet, 'although much of it will go for the Chflstmas hampers. A certain amount will be set aside for the .distribution of comforts to certain families during the balance of the winter. The Crystal Dairy have ginar- a brick of ice cream for each hamper which will be sent cut by the Nursing Mis- sion on Christmas Eve. FINLAND HKST GE'I' WITH THE ALLIES LONDON, ress via Manner- elm, the president of Finland, (eft Newcastle for'Htlilnafors ay to office. In- erviewed by Rtuttr1! correspon- ent, he said and aim was to set the; bJtat'term! poss- ble.wilh and to secure he t.icognillon. of the complele ndependence of Finland by all Ihe powers and So a definite arm of government based ofi the co-operation of all parties. He had conferred witK the leading statesmen of London snd Paris and was delighted w.ith his recep- tion. OTTAH V, Dec 16 was leuay to an order In council increasing Keithiest Police force to Its auth oriiM strength ot men In addition to lU duties ia territories, the force is further assigned to Saa lutchewan British qolumbla AlanUofci and tHat po.tion tarlo embraced iu Military District ho 10 The force" Is, also lo IB the oper "dllng" Sn Bnch territory 't The duties tantS arc to be of federal "HilJn SfjlbB'tntiSTattonai Txrandary i of all or passed under tho MWBUfes Act for the protec liofTot public u lo aid and the ciul police In the preservation of law and order whenevo- the government of Canada duects The 8rder proceeds _ The mm ister (tit- prcslaent ol tha prnv council) obsenes that the L----- TALY'S RECORD'K "SACRIFICE N l with a only with men called to the approxi; mately COO-casualties In the war, Oen. Gugjlemettl, military attache of Italian war mis- Blon; address at a Red Cross rally'here last night. Of the 1 tho tfeneral 000 were killed .willed of and were'; permaneritjx disabled.1 ICaiser Re-uses to Leave His Safe Retreat in Holland would Vrf to the Dutch govern Iroller reports lhat owing lo th changes whlcli have beeii mad appreiiclision has arisen in th minds of Ihe meo-bers of the.forc and qt the people of Western Can ada as lo the permanency ot th rorce1 and lhat the commisslone aad comniroller are of Ihe oplnte that it will be very .'difficult secure the additional requir- ed lo bring the force op to Iho of necessary 16 nieet'tli'e slluation unless :-th'c uncertainty as to Jufm-B, of the force is removed. The minister concurs' inNthe MCW 'of 'the commissioner, and comptroller and recommends lhat.' the comptroller be-authorized io stale to Ihe commissioner ami to Ihe force'that is'no inten- tion' to'termlnate the life of. the force, mil lhat ils future' is. assur- id eilher as tiio basl's'ot a jieniian- ent federal .iinliceifOTce or as pne of the mounted units in the per- manent force in Canada hereafter be decided.by the gov- ernor-in-council." WLSHEVIKI r REOIME BoHhevlW U" at present art d'1' whether to th-ir entire the Sweden nival who 'Uofi Kameneff to abandonment, bufthey art Per >-itgn IMinlAer.-TchApWnn and M. '-Radilt, who :urge holding out, to the last, Caught on the Fly W ALL the years I over Southern Alherla L have never seen water in oil the rUer so ow as at THAT havpiest lot ot hlldren I ever .sow..- The notarlanj jn't be praised" tod greatly for their goodness to Vm, Lamb, probation otiicer. AMSTERDAM, Dec. PoPand hat, relatjonl with Ger- many, according to a.-teleorarn re'ceiyed from Warsaw. Poland., as a renabn for the rupture accuses, the German authorities iiv occupiedsprovinces of acting con YEA11S the Prts. of Fdrtugal Never Hegiiin- ed Against The Crime Dec. _______of D P.ICS president of Portugal made sure ot his aim when he altacked the president toiia> Dr Paes talking with a number ot ministers at a raiLoad station here when the yours uian approaihod the .group Jle succeeded in reachinB side ot D Pae and driving pis tol fired potalblauh st (he pre i- ilent Dr Paes reDimed con The killeii bji the Croat! and anolher man inspected of. complicity" In the crime, was ar- rested i Jlfler I ror aclion. lnlon lo relaln conlrol In tunes; a Ihiek glrdV; of Of ihe. forest national Ight and heavy fUntlng forces were' rapidly'thrown around us. We were The threat! The most bolW discussed molion i every wheel of In-Uas Ibat demanding- the EOvemmenl istrf In Ihe Dominion would be lift ils ban on iho. Socialist press and if the-order-in council order-irele.se all political prisoners In Can- above suppression were The.motlou was camtd by a big tfthdrawn. Between 600 and- MO j Majority. rule-mostly of well to d.i appear-1; Olaer resolutions passed demanae.l >pic Oia abolilion of child lator, under 16 v.irloas soldiers' orgf.nlzntions .IKA, could secure Hmileii collections. s been invited to participate in lib These were merely', suggestions for lo years, free cotupulsory edncalioa wllh free hooXs. of the further production ot prison and In -these senUmcnls echo.: Symptttiy With BoltheviKI MOXTRBMj. Dec, tcllbrt M the Labor-party of Can.Mustrial inslltutior. prpdiicts which held the "second annoal conver- compete against t-rganlied labor; abol on Sunday the and Won ol military, training aid Iho ibor Cornicil hall here. Ono bun- lejchlni; of military history and Weal silly five delegates Ihe schools and colleges. conference and enler suggestions, FRENCH DELEGATES PARIS, Dec. The Echo that the; French delegates to the peK.e conference Ificluf'e Premier Cle. menceau, Manhi.l Foch, Forflgn Minister Plchon and Leon Boiir- -former preniltr. U adds that of the Frtrwh commiitlon to America, probakly may be liscusslou. "At-the close of the conference it was the representatives of Ihe provinces couM not agree the provinces' of the prairies sub- ied ihclr views as lo liie question tltlicr forma] resolution cr slate t-jil. "As yet life federal government haj reached-no decision regarding the settlement of Ihe. question. The nianer Is still nnder cocsHerallon and Ihe Virpose of Ihe government Is to lo. fitftl an solu- lion of ihe problem." -PARIS, Saturday, Dec. Gtrman republic as a republic can.not be.trusted; declared former Premier Vivian! in a sosech tonight, at :a "dinner given by graduates of Columbia University to mobiliisi! sraduatts "I" Coalition May Have 400 in Next Fein- 'ers Show be Woman Member LONDON, Dee. In the-British eleotlont will not I be counted until Oecember Z8, I and until that date-alt about the result are turmlie. J LONDON', Dec. the claied the rioVel conditltt under which yeslerday's elections'-vera'licld and the necessity of wailing for a fortnight before tha Ballots are counted, there is very little indulgence in speculation as to result. It is universally admitted lo he almost a foregone conclusion lhat the Lloyd beorge coalition has heen victorious and probably wll> have four hundred members in tho house of commons. ;T Naturally, wili raany millions oi ew voters, -women, as :men, here is ample room for surprises, and the lOTemment party Till teel doubtful lo its.success, it several cabinet, In i eluding' Sir JTIC Odies liret lordj ot tHe Albert. ej president of Ihe boird ot trade anil kxhurd Shorll chief secretary have been elected i (jreat cunoslt> centres on Ihe strenglh of the Labor icte which un der'uev, conditions 13 an uaknown-J quanlib 11.1 that Ihe -women of England" maittb supported coalition candidates >t wouli be no errrpnse jf It is found 5 that in the midland afid irJastrlali countries the women" vole supported Labor jt.wis because the-Labor party determiued fo test its strength that t refused to compromi e with I ibewi candidates in the Ihree-cornered con stituencles, although" such a comprom- ise .-would. have given tbe; anli-CoaH- ttotiists much greater strength in Ihp new par lament The I abor partv hopes to win over 100 but It In bel lhat had Ihe election been after the peace treats signed the -would se cure'd at least 200. Political.speculation Is chiefly con- cerned with tho reconstruction of. the cabinet after the election.. One rumor crcuils Premier Llojd George ;wHlv favoring pt too.firsn woman The name ot Mr Fankhurst; mentioned tkii con- nection. Men oftei remarked that IheK votes were nullified their -wives supporting opposing, candidates. ports go so far as to end that the, new house of commons has been niaini r chosen by-women., (v Many Wojnen Vend LONDON', Dec. Sections Tve're shlng number ot women novelty of possessing the franchisa appealed'to Uiera.in Uiei the women flocking to .the booths in eroVds outniimberinff- the male voters. In some districts. Many were a'ccompanled by- ihelri husbands, but Itfe majority I went alone. In the worWni class ,dis- Iricls mothers in'many cases JooS their families along.. Generally speaking, Ihe women re- garded their.new responsibilities very, seriously and showed themselves he fully acQuaiated with 'diire dt.voting. -In.some-.constllcen- cies 'competition among women rto achieve, the distiriclion of tha first-" to record Ihelr rotw 1 In big-crowds lining up before tha ''boolhs opened. A remarkable KUUI-; ber of Infirm, women Jin spite Ot the persistent rain which, prevailed virtually over the wholi country. Strenfllp of Sinn Fein L I1BLFAST, Bcc. fealuro' Salurday'g elections In Ireland war) Iho slrcnstli shown by the Sinn Fein. It is reported here lhat Cardinal I.oguo and. Archbishop Walsh bolh supported the Sinn Kein. iioffiaf.nf John Dillon. Irish.Na-., Mayo-, li'aa-" Tr-tinn Hio. fln-al fillint The .writer, .after menlionir.K_ the I X ticipated when thV final count Is; htimlllaUon if the situation ami Ihe f.- v vy C- brusquely, dwells S VT Conlrol ot Ihe merchant ma- rjnc Is demanded by a sailors', council, formed at Hambnrs, v a Tyron 'esptct to retain ill >ruso.uey i eec e, ant ,hejr oeat3 ta tfie Joseph supeiflous wounding of our according lo a nerlin uispaKh 'd lo lo ihe Berlingsto Tideiide ot writer this cily. Ings" at not being more GoA-1 lo sintail the ships it .the forsaken than Scapa Flow.-and demand Ms not compiled wj---. forms his- readers lhat food The insislS -las scarBe'in Britain thai Srillsli sailors financing be borne by tne ship- -Hijh lin. 'xalionillst .for West Belfast "hss heen re-elected by several majority. THE 42 buy ;