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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ffcratf VOLUME XII. LKTIIHKIDGE, ALBERTA, ...TUESDAY, nECKMBKJl 17, 1018 NUMBER 8 Govts. gays the Problem of the Jews in Poland is a Most Difficult One to Solve. Santa Clause1 Fund Must Go Over the Top in a Week Ingrim Mr and Mrt former Eccrctary of Btale-for Ibe 'colonies, In, a letter published tn ibo Westminster, Gazette. Ito wrllei;'Belgluni, the "61 pflBonera and the CiBcliMO'nV'qr CapV-' Fryalt and yiiu are" acts that can'be to lha IndlT- Jdail persons'cpjicerne'd and cau by LrF liuuals. When, howavor, we go Leyond these iiGreoas, re spoil sib Hy IB altered, Tho former Ger- man emperor and Ihe liigher Ger- man politicians mual be surrender- ed first and then punished. 'For this procedure lliero arc nioit am- ple These can be put away where they .will liavc no further chance ot bring- ing nitschtcf on the world, or they can be executed. In other word's, y. Is Important that legal lecli- ''uicalltics must uoUJje allowed to djvert tbe haiirta of Justice, as they may tlo, In a field in which., there Is DO basis of previous law to govern procedure. Th3 respon- sibility must not rest JurislE, Miut with Eorernm'ents." SITUATION IN SMYRNA KEPOKTE1) EXTREMELY CRITJCAL ATHENS, Dec. situa- tion In Smyrna it crit- ical, according to newspaper dis- pa.tchts from Mitylene. Young Turk officials have posted ban da at vsrigua places about Iht town and these have been bom- barded by the allied fleets. mm IN NEW PRESIDENT OF -PORTUGAL EJECTED LISBON, Dec. Can toy Castro has been elected president ot Portu- gal in succession, to Dr. Sldonio Pact, who waG assassinated late Saturday night. Itepoftg-'of the notes exchanged before tlie ultimatum of July, 1914, sent to Serbia hy Austria will be printed hi tlie first volume. Among Ihe.more Important do ca- meo IB to be published will be Iho dispatches oE.Cp'unL Tcchorsky, and Uoijendorjf, laller German am- bassador to "Auilrli at tlie time the war began, but niJ yd BT eloped uioni Jews .only. ihuapjifeCieclis and I liegan 40 yfeaxs ago, -Vere urged-to" tifc'o up Scores and'orercoiiib Jewish competi- tion.'''- N Caugn'toh the Fly "IF TUB PROVIXCUL gOTenuneul ivould InVesso Us "school grants to a jlze coaimensuralo vllh the educa- tional .needs of the people there Government Says His Intern- ment Was Demanded By The Allies lax COPENHAGEN', .Dec, larahal von commander .bo no need for the school forces In Rumania, has for about which there been. Interned by the Hungarian n much kicking. The -EOTera- oniment. according lo (lie Azeet, of icJiool Budapest- The Hungarian govern- la reported tr> have Informed ment'Js too niggardly In Us cranU. more so lhan In any other proTlQca in the Dominion. The peo- lhc German that hi a mtern- ple should mafco "Encb Jf protest that .went JV demanded by Ihe the forced to .Olbor dispalchea received here from grant3.'-Mayor Haidie. Hungary say that the Romanian, have 7-_____ i disarmed and Interned the rearguard HAD.VISIONS of a million Flcld Maralftl 'W "'Mwkensen's lara today when' I filed on a certain thai, through an error of a friend'o( mine, 1 was led to be Ilovo was'close to the cUy limits. Ihe figures wero finally straightened out my million-dollar "quarter-section fras away out near p- Jfiddlson, secretary ot lha A dispatch from Berlin on Novem- ber reported inat Field Marshal ron Mackenaen had arrtve'd there with lila staff, and lhat his army was marching through Austria-Hungary to- ward Germany. On Decmebar 1, IL was reported that the Hungarian gov- ernment lud decided (o intern Von 10 U1U LIILIIIUIJ uuapnaL III U .s almost a. certainly, now lhat ambulances; wWle n number hero n-.ll Have lo hs a now eleclran. ol :otll'or6 were lo lhl. or president of nlstnol IS, Umted ]louse or lo ncaTny aoclor5i All line Workers. The results o[ last ippears solnc i0 nism, iolll civj. Tuesdays election are not hy. any [lliis anfl were more or ICSH means all in, but the returns ire. But- xsevcrely lujured." In a number o[ nctent lo imlteate o new clecllon will Inslance3 soldiers slarleil trou- bo'nctessary. Tho only camp which ble the'town but were las been heard from In quictiy sutducil. Llguor is at. the' Held is lhat of Mountain which o[ all thc ,roubie. gives Christopher, a sninll njajorlly. _j__ Christopher ia therefore sUll lea llggs by ti fairly large majority. lia vote is not yet nearly l enough to give him a dear "I THINK IT IS me of. the raL..... things l.haTo ever hetnl that lah postofflca Dioney order be cashed In Lethbrtdte. The neamt, oftice is poet- ufricc, "Why Ehoald ire have lo lo Hie Calffarr postofflce to do buM- anrty. The" o Frankforl a re (led -KINO WENT TO A OIRL SHOW PEACE NIGHT BUY-LAND FOR SOLDIERS VICTORJA, an- nounced by the mlnliter of lanrfi ithlt mornkij thtt'tht provincial fovcrnment hii Ukcn.ow acrti nf land known M the a, O. .L. Trv-the nbuthcrn Okana- belong to Land Company run from of to the International boundary-llni. purchase.has been contuininMtd under Lsnd Art for binlflt of rcturnod wldlcn and for the dtvelopmtrrt oT thc gen- Dec. fipODdeDce of .Iho Aaaoclated amitstice week Kins Oeorge hid not beea In- theatre tlnco the out- ot lha and lia.1 not partaken of Intoilcaili ainoe 1915. On (ke night of the i o[ the ariniitlcQ hc_ had champagne with his and atter a lonsV list of theatrical attractions he.Kelveled something one ol the moat popular "girl' Bhawa, irblch he seemed lo on- Joy. Lyceum Opens Tonight Mayor 1'ardie TV 111 open the wries algheit sfftss at th Lyceum at the Mafei- lowaat poiaftla o( Ihwe the Bertha tbo Cooctrl Co., fill 1 ren ind .the clU BOYCOTT ENEMIES PARIS, Dec. The general syndicate of French fiolefrvten announces that ft has decided that for "10 years it will not receive a native of, enemy countries as an employee or cus- tomer. This decision will be transmitted to organizations of hotelmen in all the allied coun- tries. DISORDERS IN TURK CAPITAL ATHENS, Dec. dis- orders occurred in Conslantlnople week, according to a dis- patch From' the Turkish capital to the Embros. A Greek sailor WAS killed In front of the mcsque of St. Sophia. .A detachment of Angle-Greek troops Bent to the scene order. VILLA ON WAHPATIt AGAINSTU. S. AGAIN Dec. formation has reached the 'Ameri- can government lhat Paiicho Villa, the Mexican is planning a "demonstration" In northern Mexico, wltfi 9 view lo ascertaining what would be the attitude or the American govern- ment toward a renewal of his oper- ations. Understood ,Tp I Ik Under Contest For' Breaks Show in Quebec QUEBEC, Dec. incipient i'lol, wherein a halt-score of relumed soldiers Ironi overseas iiartlcipated, j occurred "in St. Roche, A sxiliurb ol] thjg; Tbe trouble started In a; TaudcvJllc aiid. picture house on St. JoECph; street. H Rppears a soldier Trom an Ontario unit Just arrived "from oVe'rseas started a show of his own. in' the house. He defied to-put'him out. In the end some turned'-soldiers who were In (he.'halt BldeiT with their .comrade and start- cH'-lo clean out Iho place, and nioyc by a free-for-all struggle, which ended in iite streets municipal and military po- Kcp their batons good Three of ihe soldiers ivcre rushed to the military hospital in ENTERED WIESBADEN PARIS, Dec. Gen. Lrcomte, commanding 330th corps of the French armyi enlersd Wiesbaden yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. The troops were reviewed from the steps of the city hall, opposite the statue ot former Emperor William, KILLED RUSS. PRISONERS ''Dpc. soldiers at Cracow are reported to fired upon Rus- prisoners who refused to work', fulling .six. and wounding the 3lullgart' incident occurred .since sign- Ino.of-the armistice'between the allies and Gtrmany. il Mercliiints Must Live Up To Act This Holiday Sonsoh Ebert Says Gbrmans Are Not Concerned About Ex-Monarch iver all clber ran did ales, and H cot nnilcipa'lett ihaL cam pa will give him vote. It is understood lhat the V dilrlps which businesa es-iaaVlshnients might kept open were'niadc last holiday Reason chiefly bo- cause t'.ie1' act U-UG neir- rind neither ihrf merchants nor th6 pulilic had lutrt- tinie to become aceustomed ID it. This objection not appealing this no.ex- tensions "K'Hl he allowed and all stores and offices will be ex- liecteti lo keep to the usual schedule. A change in the.regu- lations nnrtcr the ricL is Wng( coiisiilnreil ?.t present, wrtii chances, it is uudcralood, of be- jog put into eftcct Ht an daic. The law as nojr iu forcu permits retail slorcs lo keep open until 0 o'clock pu Saturday eve- nings, the department is con- sidering the removal of thla wcefc-" und exlra, thus puttliig Saturday on even terms with Ihe real of the days. No definite decision in this 'direction, however, has yet been readied. Delegates to Gcvmau .Work- men's Congress Assemble in Hall of Former Prussian Diet. DEKUX, HOP. central ton- gross of delegates from workmen's from many pai-ti of Germany opened today In the build- In s formerly riserl by Uio Prussian 'diet. There were three women auioog tho 430 delegates. DurliiK Hie organization of the" con- rcfs IL liccarac evident that the hide- pendent Socialists and ihe group were jrreatly out-numbered. A significant developniEni was that none of the IniporlnDt p'osls in the cpngres.4 were given lo delegates from Ilerlln. Thr; Spartacus Rrouri made ailempt lo inlfAildate the congyesa. Early in the Besslon a rcsolulio'iiVas submitted that Dr. Leibknecht ..and Rosa Luxembourg, leaders of the Spar- lac'us eroup, ue invited to altend-tlie conRress as gneels with advisory pow- ers. Presentation of.Hie resolution caus- ed, a great tumult tbroughout tbo hall. The (ollowers of Dr. Lelbkneclit and sueclalovB in tlie gallery Joined fn the uproar'which lasted JO .minutes ami threatened lo' result various, fights.- The resolution. VJaa_defeated. five lo one. Today's seseion, olhcnviae, was dc- voW prniir mcidenls: A.contest expoctcil Tuesday when question of summoning a coracB up for dismission.. v A Great ptfeat -N Dec. nieslins tne Independent SqclallEt pany'has decided tliat vote (n'fftYor ol u. national.assembly'.. Thti Ucrlln tu-'' VIENNA MONARCHISTS NAME A .MONARCH a Monarchist meeting yes- terday, which was attended by a number of 'Archduke Maximilian, brother of foriiier Emperor Charles, was named at the successor to tht crown. The Socislkts, a dispatch from "cn'na adds, intend lo' take sharp measufes againjl the MonarchiiU. PARTS, Dec. 17, jalors who liavc conflncled an ih- iniry'irilo tlic shpotins qtFreucH D.riS; oners or war al Hie German fcrisoTi camp at Lahgeusalta, have fdrwafil- cit (heir report lo ilio -French aii- ihofitles, according lo the nal." The ncwspajier says the report declares lhat Ibo altitude of the.pris- oners did nof justify the rutlilcfia methods yie fiennans. n? gensalza the prisoners erected theatre. Before leaving the' prison altempted to tear'it aovrn, ami wliile they were thus .engaged upon by Genii an senlries. Thirteen Missing After a Tourist Coach is Burned WINNIPEG, Dec. people are musing fqilowlng. iho dcst'rjcllQn bv fire ol ent tourist co.ich in tbe Canadian Paslfjc train No. 4, which at p.m. yesterday (or Toronto. The fire apparently iti'rted In a berth occupied by n family party and quickly ipread to the rest o? the coach. .The risl of the train Is uninjured, il woufd appear from C. P. R. officials will iisui a statement later in the day. The identity of IJec. _ninior.s be bellcr for him and for the country the missing is not known yet They arc all ipt the war oITicc haB Icen for some (o let him get out ol the uniform I lime in possessiou of a new engine" of q'iilckly us ho can. It woul I cost! The vice-president ni iiiu Caiioiilan wlio weve rescued are sligiilly in- dcslrucllon more deadly ihnn I any- much lo keep him in ihe array.- Pacific'Kallwaj- issued thc following thing known and calculated lo make can not those of ua who stayed at statement1 regarding lhc accident: j Siiju-'rnileiuleril Sierens, war Impossible it Iho nature of it ia home be taxed lo. pay these men for "Al-Cf.07 a.m. todfty the second .Suricrintcndcnt Temple disclosed and its effectiveness prOTcrt.j enolher six niontos as boons lion of 4 stopped for trdln'and other oTficisls of .th'a company is conflrmcrt by Ihe former wnr ratnlslcr, Ilrig.XJcn. ,Seely. In -an election speech. Hcfcrrlnp 10 Ihe conscriplion con- troversy he said: "If Iho nntlong of don't end war, modern science, mcchanfcal for uhnt they done? I believe afHonhenr Elation, 120 miles have leli "special .Irajn ot Fbrt WJlliani. Condnctor to hold a IhvesUg.ttloa' Inio ol Fort In charge o' the caupc or Ihe flro. From Ihe'-'M- enlilled to il. and U will roako his Ihe train, -walking bncfc to the train. 'ports of suTvivorV, U (lames bursting from the fron: (hat the tiro started in the curtains it ought to be done. A man may gel weal a lob tomorrow, but even then he Is mind easier about the future it he is end ol tonriEt car-No. 62S- At once, of R berth ticcupled by a taan.' his The minister admitted Thai, it was H evident. !hat the coach would wife and baby. It might be surmlserf Ithat they tsd iecn IryLng and chemical, will destroy .civilization' Important not lo encourage a'luan to be rapidly destroyed. and probablr the wiolc c" tbo human become A loafer. "Some- of ihe lines! "TSe train crew and the engine 'for Hie cbili with a spirit lamp or race. I have fpecial reasons for know- Include KUCH ot t9 Irrln. S- Cobb ch tr, wbo fill visit tha cliy darJap Those who hire not winter, altridlons are helng Uckels Tor thla series of extractions 10 the cily by committee will be nblc to do from 7 tizens on the eamo principle theatre. There will be jlciily circuit, the object bo- of lime Etlll u> s'cc'nre a ecnson ticket (be rune, (hat or providing (ho for the whole aliroctlons. is noljnlis'lhis opportanll Ing Ihh and It Is known lo Ihe prlr tearing flrsl-cUss and or- minister aa well." Mini music. -----------------------__ men lhat ever lived had pone to crew immediately bursl into had El SAIL FOR HOME QL'EEN'STOWN. Dec. American lorpctto boal aeniroyers saH- South Africa and had Tiaver done a and rescued as tnany paEsen-j When Uie Ui T a Hgot lor tome reason day's wort he the curtains cers as they ccultl rcacb. We resrel of (hn berth it tvouM tie lo CHICAGO, DEC. eflorU or several members of the llalicn labor nnEslon.-novr on R tour of the United to address a meeting of fffllJsn Inbor men last -Eight started a furious fig'.it .tn the hall: Tha .rouble was attributed Lo radical taUsia and liolaherllti among thc auil: Several shola were fired with- out jlolng any damage and tnlvej and chairs were used as weapons until lO1) and flclectiTes arrinA ancj pr-f'-i tho conflict. Several men were injured, but not. seriously. Tha oC tire mission wcri? uahurL CLOSERIO ALLIES PARIS, Dec. Is u Inf- ponant noTement under vay la pollllMl anil finandll .cir- cles, according .to a dlapatcb from The Hague to the JliUn, Indlcttinp ths [orelgn policy of HoiUnd Till assume t nev direction based an clos- er relations with the'entente niUeei. The leader of the Dutch economical league, !n a speech at Hlrlem, decltr: ed hl5 party recornized the Slyer that, as nearly aa CRQ be lo conlrnl lthcm. i IS UNFOUNDED MCcrtftlned at Ihe moment. 13 "N-amcs and addreisea ot the'rei- 9cbe1dt >hould 'ptcrnalioMlbeili are in Using, Although Ift'cuM and the inissing. ana-tho result urrA-niPB here ihe rapo'n just poVplble insi" several ot ihcse of for home The Dritlsh admiralty from lAlbach t6 the effect, tbat an escaped Irlo the other coaches anil be Rfrca oil to the press at- the High vessels signalled "good bye" to the American squadron had -Arrived not reported thcingelire.s to ihe earllcat possible ihe slale-ltow finia j rr.cnt J Fereca ;