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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JMR 10 Herald CREDIT FOR NEW BRITISH COMMONS Plenty of Time Yet to Give to Christmas Fund jrge1 Force of Cavalry i Vanguard of Army of Oc cubation to Cross the Rhine Mounted Men With cavalry the first time today crossed the fehlne as a vanguard tir he army o A thousand khaklclai with full battle equipment bushed over the river from Bonn an and went establish th British semicircular line which 13 be Sng swung about these two citfes to ef about 30 IiHvislon of English ar Jftillery and armored was sen out ffi while Canadian cavalry tip was taafie the reason for a great re view by the British Plummer and his The review was held under the huge equestrian statue of the for mer From tills Plummer saw his troops begin their last inarch of OlvillKiW Wateh Procession Thousands including many former officers and were in the streets leadinR to the watching the The endless line of civilians stretched far away throngh which 1 the parade For more than an hour a line of horsemen paaeed the reviewing point while a military band played them across the The everywhere were quiet B and When the parade was I about half over a passenger train from jj Berlin came steaming across the rail r road The people on board Irushed to the windows of the cars land itched the procession Tomor Irow a considerable body of infantry Will arrive for the formal I the new Jmilitary and estab i Ushcd his headquarters in offices near sithe He was attended by IV Scottish infantry and who later escorted him to government Field Marshal Haig is expected to ur rive here next Tuesday for an Inspec Already acknowledged Peter Lund Frank and Jean Gal bralth Aileen Arlys Gwendolyn ahd Westren Hedley With an objective of The Heralds Christmas fund fcr the Nursing Mission has passed the There are ten days and there should be no difficulty in passing the mark before Christmas Not of this money will be spent for ChrUSmas cheer for the kid althouflh much of it will go for the Christmas A certain amount will be set aside for the distribution of comforts to certain families during the balance of the The Crystal Dairy have gencr ouely donated a brick of ice cream for each hamper which will be sent out by the Nursing Mis sion on Christmas POLICE FORCE INLAND WAfcTS BEST TERMS If tJAN GET WITH THE ALLIES ED ID It Canadian Press via Manner the president of left Newcastle for Hilalntfors yesVsr day to assume his In terviewed by Mtittri correspon he eaid hir policy and aim was to get terms poss ible with the alllM and to secure the recognition Of complete independence of Finland by all the powers and to establish a definite form of government based the cooperation of all He had conferred with the leading statesmen of London and and was delighted his recep ITALYS WONDERFUL RECORD BSf SACRIFICE OF VOTE was glTea to IncrfeAilng tho Northwest fifouitod Potter for co tek Its auth orlkfrft strength of In to present duties in torritorlei the is further assigned dutjpln Sas Brjtlih Manitoba and that portion ot On tario embraced in Military Dlitrict The force Isalso to be the only federal police force oper atmrln The dutiee too tWW are to of federal protec ntrti boundary of all or under the War Measures Act for the protec tion of public ly to aid and assist the civil police In the preservation of law and order whenever the government of Canada The order proceeds The min ister the president ot theprivy council observes that the comp troller reports that owing to the changes which have been made apprehension lias arisen in the minds of the members of the force and of the people ot Western Can ada as to the permanency of the force and that the commissioner and comptroller are of the opinion that it will be very difficult1 to secure the additional men requir ed to bring tlic force up to the of efficiency necessary to meet the situation unless the uncertainty as to the future of the force is The minister concurs in the view of the commissioner and comptroller and recommends that the comptroller be authorized to state to the commissioner and to the force that there is no inten tion to terminate the life oE the bat that its future is assur ed either as the basis of a perman 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 NEW with a population Ofj only and With men called to the suffered approxi mately casualties in the military attache of Italian war mis announcsJ IK an address at a Red Cross rally here last Of the 1 the general opMJxImately 000 were killed trslled of wounda and were BOLSHEVIK MAY AliMlOON REGIME Kaiser Refuses to Leave His Safe Retreat in Holland STILL IK ABOUT of Portugal Never Regain ed Against The Crime BoWhevlkl at present are diseueajone whether to entire Swedish naval who has arrived Nikolai the and Leon Kameneff aresaid to favor but they ed by War Minuter For Miniver and who urge holding out to the Caught on the Fly the yearg j ttave travelled oyer Alberta I have never seen Uie water in all the rivers so ow as at has severed relations with Ger according to a telegram received in Berlin from as a reason for the accuses the German authorities in Decupled provinces of acting con trary to Polish Interests and working L with the At the request the Polish Governor eneral Bessetor and the entire staff the German mission will leave the S territory of the Polish mm ON ni MIRE THAT WASTHE happiest lot ot children I ever The RotarlaaJ cant be praised too greatly their goodness to the soldiers probation Mitchell States Active Construction Be Undertaken the today gave out the statement dealing with the question committee I moved for nn Increase in the asitssment ou buildings in order that owners outside prop erty might be placated so that they would hold their property and keep it from reverting to the 1 could not get a seconder 1 sea now that the council has come to the ed was It is the only way that we can keep the owners of vacant property paying Wil of qntural resources of thewestern provinces tothe Canadian Lim ited Numerous statements are appear ing in the press of western Canada to the effpct that the federal government refused to deal with the question of Iho transfer the natural re sources to the prairie Those responsible for these statements must know they do not represent the exist ing situationas regards this arrives tho province of Alberta griefiy following are the 1 a1i upon the request Premiers Martin and Stew that the question of the transfer of the resources would be made tho of discussion at a general pro conference to be held later in the which conference was finally held last At the conference it was intimat of president of made sure of his aim when he attacked the president Paes was talking with a number of ministers at a railroad station here when the young man approached the fie succeeded in reaching the side ot drawing a pis tol fired potatblank the presi Paes never regained con f The murderer was killed the another suspected ofcomplicity in the was ar i the minister of the interior had assumed the office of president minister of ma was charged with the duty of heading the foreign which portfolio was borne Paes m conjunction with the rlhe constituted will re i main in office until action is taken I by the chamber of which ihavs been called to meet raid Police authorities suspect that the crime was planned by the League of Republican There is a unani mous protest against the crime on COMPLAINS OF TERMS Wireless Acjordlnf to dispatches received here today from Amsterdam and other Mathias leader German armistice nae again complained of the severity of the armistice He aeks for the raising of the the liberation of prisoners of and the Immediate opening of the peace tyarahal is hae recognize the soldiers and mens Uiuua ut i the part the and demon strations are Union labor leaders have been placed under the of the tabor Expresses Sympathy j With Present Russian k claiming to represent Lan nVsomblyman from New organized By a large ma IwaB the principal speaker at a meet jorlty a resolution was passod pro ing held here last at which testing against of Cana rtternal sympathy with the Russian dlan troops to demanding BoWet with the Socialist their and sending greot government of Germany ings to tho Soviet o Ron of the Canadian government for Russia and tho revolutionary banning the rights of free j press and assembly to the So1 Officers were then elected for tho emocratic Federation uf rreelv The threat The most hofly discussed motion made that every wheel of In1 was that demandingthe government istrr In the Dominion would be lift its ban on Socialist press and imirj releliga politlcul prisoners in Can ing rare of its soldiers during the re1 construction suid provincial treas urer of been marking time in the west the last three or four years so far an expenditures on public works is said Mltchejli Now that the war Is over it Ts ex pected that tho government will ceed very actively with the provin cial telephone construction Mrf Mitchell said that a very1 larga proportion of tho soldiers from Alberta are moii from the and it IH possible that many of them will return to tho land when they Voach the At an early dute the government will hold n conference with labor representatives and employers of all classes of labor and other or Iganizatlons interested in future welfare of the returned added for purposo of I boring Into the whole question and I ascertaining from the mon seeking I employment thebest way of Hiking I of the men who huvo been at tile Representatives ot Uie vnrious soldiers organizations also have hueu invited to participate in Ihe lonference and enter Interned Sailor Rages at What He Calls a Trap Set By British Fleet At me coiuvrtmut ik via seems M ed that the federal government agreed be Ule tivst published account of the i ho Tf IS principle of the transfer of the whole discus UC LllR ov surrender the submarine fleet is printed in the Hamburger Nachnch sion proceeded along the line ot dated Scapa H ter late prohibition commissioner for British who was dismissed from of fice by the provincial government last this morning pleaded guilty in the police court to the charge of illegally importing liquor into the and was sentenced to a fine of or six months ANOTHER STRIKE Montreal popee and who struck last are now con templating another euspencion of work because three officials of the public safety Director Assistant Di rector and Chief of Detect Belanger have not been dis missed from office as Coalition May Have 400 3cati in Next Fein ers Show be Woman Member Cabinet vote r In the British elections will net 1 be counted until December and until that date all about the result are J the AssoJ elated the novel condition under which yesterdays elections were held and the necessity of waiting for a fortnight before thr Mallots are there Is very little indulgence in speculation as to the It IB universally admitted to be a foregone conclusion hat the Lloyd George coalition has een victorious and probably will lave four hundred members In tho new house of wltli many millions of new as well as there is ample room for and the government party will eel doubtful to IU 1C sereral members m eluding 81r Eric ttnt of the admiralty Sir Albert Stan president of the board of and Edward chief secretary forN have been Great curiosity on the strength of the Labor which tin der new conditions is an While believed that the women of south England mainly supported it would be no surprise if It is found thai in the midland and industrial countries the womens rote supported It was because the Labor party determined to test Its strength that it refused to compromise with Liberal candidates in the threecornered con although Buch a comprom ise would have given the antiCoali tionists much greater strength in the new The Labor party hopes to win over 100 but It is believed had the election postponeduntil after the peace treaty WJB the party would have se cured at least Political speculation is chiefly con cerned with the reconstruction of the cabinet after the One rumor credits Premier Lloyd George favoring the appointment of the flrstj woman name of Pankhurst Is mentioned IB this con Men often remarked that votes were nullified by their wives supporting opposing ports go so far as to contend that new house of commons has been maim ly chosen by Women Voted says ish encountered which the transfer must be All the provinces of except the j prairie maintained thai I Involuntarily tut they had an Interest in the matter and gesic that tho prairie provinces should not be we U permitted to retain their grants in lieu j with of kind and nt the same time have ern giant Powerful Brit the German idea SUK CANT DST THE transfened to them their natural re the uumitor would sources as we not have dono with sillier Teiitutive suggestions were made abundance of snisill cruisors and ne by the federal government to et The BrHish fleet received feet that it might be advisable for the Dominion to retain control of forest national topped if the orderincouncil order ng the above suppression wera Between tiOO and not mostly of well to Uu appear these senUinants to With Bolshevik Quebec lotion the Labor party of Can U held the second annual conven pn ou Sunday at tho Tradee and tbof Council hall One bun and sUtyftve The motion was earned by a big Other resolutions passed demanded the abolition of child under Iti free and compulsory educutiou with free the prohibition of furtbar production of prieon and dustrial institution products which compete against organised labor abol ition of training aid Iho teaching of military history and ideals In the uchooU and FRENCH u Ths Echo saya that the French delegates to peace conference Premier Cle Martha Foreign Minister Plchon and Leon Bour former It that Andre Head of the French commission to probably may be parks and water powers and in the public interest some provision might be made whereby the federal government In the if it HO de could secure limited These were merely sugsestlous for At the close of the conference it was apparent the representatives of the provinces could not agree fl allv the provinces of tho prairies sub mitted their views as to the initiation either by formal resolution vv state As yet tile federal government has reached no decision regarding the final settlement of tho The nutter U still under consideration and the purpose of the government is to endeavor to linfl au equitable solu tion of the us with for torpodoos in tubes a thick glrdl of light and heavy fUnting forces were rapidly thrown around We were The uftir thu humiliation of tlie situation und the officersand mens impotent rugo ugainst the enemy and those re sponsible for their refers to tun polite and scornful atti tude of the British officers and It states that the soldiers council was brusquely ami dwells tho supevflous wounding of our ings at not being permitted to fly I the German The writer states that no place could he more Goilr j forsaken than Scapa and his readers that food is so j scarce in Britain that British sailors tried to buy bread from dc 1 German republic as a republic can not be declared former Premier Vivianl in a soeech tonight at a dinner given by graduates of Columbia University to mobiliied graduates and SAILORS WANT CONTROL OF MERCHANT MARINE Control of tho merchant ma rjiui is demanded by a sailors council formed at according to a Berlin dlsnatch to the BerliiiBstko Tldewue of this The council threatens to siuk all the ships if the lemundMs not compiled The council tue financing he borne by the ship Many elections wore the aston ishing number of women novelty of possessing the appealed to them in all parts of the women flocking to the booths in crowds and outnumbering the male voters in some Many wore accompanied by itheir but the majority twent In the working class dis tricts mothers In many cases took their families Generally the women re garded their new responsibilities seriously and showed themselves tu he fully acquainted with the proce dure rot constituen cies competition among women achieve the distinction of being ftrnt to record their votee in big lining up before booths A remarkable oitlin her of women in spite pf the persistent rain prevailed over the Strength of Sinn Fein of Saturdays elections In Ireland yraa the strength shown by the Sinn H is reported here that Cardinal Loguo ud Archbishop Walsh both supported tho Sinn The defeat of John Irish Na tionalist leader lit Mast is an ticipwted when the final count U The Slnu Feltters pOlM v lieiivy vote In the county and city Dublin and in The northwest Ulster Sinn Feiuers will carry Uie city ot three seats in Douegal and Northwest Tha Unionists expect to retain all their seats in the Joseph Nationalist for West been reelected by several thousand THE WEATHER 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