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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald HINDENBURG BIGGER II DEFINITE POLICY ON HE FREEDOM OF THE French Expect Announcement of Some Definite Policy Argue That Britain Wont Need BigJTeet WILSON TO GET BIG RECEPTIONS LONDON King Victor Kin of Italy left at mul on his way to visit Italian in With his depar put aside her holiday at and consideration ot the conter arrangements began in earnest POSTPONE THE HUGE SEIZURE OF LIQUOR IN VANCOUVER the authority of March war the yerterday liquor estimated to be worth 000 at present at the ex port warehouse of Henry Woot ten on Water The lot made up of 95 of brandy and nine of It was taken to the police where It will it is said during the 90 In which the legal ownership may be prelimin ary peace conferences at Versail les has been postponed until the beginning of February the earl says Marcel editor of the Echo de postpone ment Is he to changes in plans because of President Wil sons visit to England and the re construction of the British cab which will occupy Premier Lloyd George as soon as the result of the elections is announced on Preliminary exchanges which were to begin in Paris ac cording to original also have been Government Decides on Doable Pay for 6 To All Discharged Men i f OTTAWA government has passed an I the effect of which is not only to double the ncriod of postdischarge but also to double the rate ot All rlischamed after 11 are affected by WAN Foreign Min of Italy remained in rarto but will start for Home to return early in F The Italian king Will start on Sun day for going directly from Apparently the other powers are looking to the United States to bring forth a concrete proposition concern ing freedom of the Probably ihe delegation has not atreed upon hiany of the suggested plane having this question in but there is reason to believe that the proposed limitation ot construc tion craft to lightly ar mored HUe rcyenue whose eole purpose would be to pro 4iot merchant finda of this plan say there be no further need for heavily if nil nationK were 9 ch an equal footing by this NO FOOD FOR sucn All men discharged 1 By the new aiTangement every private who is single willj receive a minimum of a month for six monthsafter payable The minimum to the married man j will be Officers will be paid in proportion to rank on ithe same The postdischarge pay will approximatej over j LIBERATION OCCUPIED TERRITORY TO HOLD ELECTIONS soldiers and workmens at Berlin Thursday adopted a motion providing for the opening of negotiations with the allies for a the liberation of in order to THftNEVER German Government Has Ac cepted Military Leaders Plan for Peoples Guard Which Will Increase British plea that neprts treat navy to defend her idrocates of the pUn ot IWMHiii cottstMiction say Hoover Will Send Ships to Bel France and Serbia First Hoov British Now Has Manyi Airplanes Capable of Carry i ing 37 Passengers i via minister ot air in a speech at Manchester sanl we now hnvo substantial numbers of able to carry seven of a crew and HO passengers without stop ping at a speed of 100 miles an Hesuggested that big shipping and other transport organizations should actively interest in the development of commercial Lethbridge Doing Nobly By Christmas Cheer Fund 500 JS UV er American food will j wnen was concluded no strong enemy of the sea would tfot require Bhe could protect her OiBtant posses sions by troops transported on armet This is only one ot tin plans advanced to Spen the discus and develop the views othe Count the Spanish pre mier was In conference for half liour with President Wilson last eve nine It is reported that the premie invHed the president to Spain but no official announcement as to Wilsons reply has been Premier Clemenceau also conferred with the president for half an hour tlurong tho Tho Sorbonno will confer an honor ary degree upon the president late this Great Reception are being made tor an imposing mili tary reception for President according to some of the There a guard of honor at station he and he will be greeted by King Wilson and the King will then drive to Buckingham Palace through streets lined with They will ride In the royal Premier Lloyd George will be among the persons taking part the welcome of H is said that Iho route oC the procession will be as extended as come into possession of ot German which will C employed in TeyictualHng devasj portions of Bel gium and now destitute of These ships were taken from Germans by the armistice commission ers without pledging that Germany would with At present no supplies will w sent to work of the allies planned Hi neutral countries In the meantime it is be caa subsist 6n food ftored for the use of their army and hoarded by A survey of the food supplies of the central empires is being and only after the entente allies needs are provided for wlil any assist ance be given tho countriou of the central the air state should sell its superfluous planes suitable for conversion to com mercial 1 uses to private firms cheaply 11 Is lordship said the air board must The first es sential step of the new Already acknowledged Western Canada Hard ware A Friend Florence and Billy Earl and McGregor and Bonfadini should be to organize ministry international flying This would involve an inter national The articles this were already drafted and wewbe ing submitted to the If they approved the an interna tional conference should be and he had reason to anticipate that within the ntxt four or five months the principal nations would have reached an agreement on this momentous oppor tunities tor turning tho MidlandTiffin 10 PROBE An an that a full and searching inquirv into the ramifications of the whiskey ring which is alleged to i have been operating in this was made today by AttorneyGenera Port Bay centres by war as at this moment here are something like bushels of wheat In storage at those novti in elevators or on boats navetied up at the docks for the win possible BO as to permit of a great popular Ac Royal George has received from President and Wilson an acceptance of his Invitation to be hiH guests at Buckingham Pal ace during their stay in They will be quartered in the royal suite customarily used by visiting and will be entertaned after a manner similar to that in the caso of royal A meeting of the war cab inet was held attended by rep reseutatiTes of all government depart ments to arrange the details of the presidents visit which will last from until Honday night or Tuns day Itinerary outlines of President Wilsons itinerary during lite visit to England were announced On the day of his arrival in the president will to como to light as a Findlay disclosures anil to bring the culprits to The situation is a most unusual as there are something like fifty Canadian and American these with three or four others at Goderich and on the alone there are approximately bushels ot There are bushels in tho KILLED HIS SON PORTAGE LA Dec aged was shot and killed hpre yesterday by aged after which the latter attempt ed to commit by cutting throat with a raior and shoot ing It believed that he will Gunn feared that he goina to dlt a of a protracted aecordino to to the and did not to leave the boy behind in the care of the FRENCH LOSSES soldiery lo dine with King For Friday u dinner at the Guildhall is on tho pro On Saturday the president will to Manchester and on Sunday he will attend church at his mothers birth Returning to he will leave for Franco ut noou on CHURCHDESTROYED Fire westerday totally destroyed the Roman Catholic the largest church In this The loss was partly by first ship bull on tho Great Lakes un der the Canadian governments ship building program was successfully ceremony at m today by tho Collingwood Ship 1 The name I given to this ship In tho Canadian Tho dimensions are Length over 2fiO feel lieet dead weight i NEW FOREIGN MINISTER i BrocWorff German i minister to has been ap I pointed foreign minister of Gar many In succession to according to Berlin Total Little Bobbles prayer has been His pathetic appea to The Heralds Christmas fund the other datouched many heart and one of the first to re spomVfras another little who has al 804 been verr this his was able to give verv tangible evidence1 ot his quick sympathy for Little Yesterday this little boy sent to the nursing mission a new pair of trousers and knickers for Bob My mother sent them to lie Hut they were too small and I want Bobbie to havo them ilv mother died a little while ago just after Bhe sent me and I am living with my I Little children have been am on the warmest sympathizers with The Herald fund this Yesterday the Wee MacGregors were told by their father that they could havo a Christmas present each or they could give the to the Herald The little kiddies decided they could afford to do without their present this Christmas and so turned their n over to the Some other little kiddies will benefit by their generous Many Compliments The extremely generous re sponse of Lethbrldge people to The Herald fund this has been the subject ot very compli mentary remarks on every On Thursday it was the subject ofspecial reference at tho board of trade and the fact that The Herald fund has been the first of the many funds being conducted by western newspapers nnd other organizations to reach its is specially com mented In a season with unsatis factory crop and the utafiiuition created by the epide mic of it might have been expected that the fund would I no new such a gen 1 eroJty is particularly The spirit of of Christ i muri goodfellowship appears to be abroad iu a remarkable degree this and The Herald fund lias benefitted Total The fund now totals very close ID With this sum every needy family in Hie city will ro celva attention through the Xurs ing this is the only medium ot relief in the it would be deemed a favor by the nursing mission officials if any one who knows of a family in who might be out of touch with the would notify Miss in order none might he overlooked on Christmas The mission has handled the problem of city relief now for soreral and this has been found to ho Use most satisfactory way ot dealing with the holding of next MGE Has Superceded Nova Scotia in Production of Fuel This Year iii Hie Hrialil is now the I i iv j chief province in the This is by tlie official figures up to her n Hitherto NbVa Scotia held first but the figures tor the first nine months ot the year show that Albertahas the lead on Nova Bcotlaby about date tho western IT LOOKS LIKE A DANGEROUS PLAN Ger man government has accepted Field Marshal von Hindenburgs plan to form a peoples or national according toa Copenhagen dispatch to theDaily It is said that German army under this plan will be a stronger force than All Of ficers have received instructions to keep the details Women will be employed for auxiliary ser Where It Will Meet mayor of an nounces that the German national as sembly will meet Chief Burgo master Vagt ha gone to Berlin to make arrangements tor a Financed by Rueeia Copen question ot whether the German revolution was from Russia is agitating political the imputation being that the Inde pendent Socialists received large sums from Russian Contributing to this discussion some of the Socialist heWspapers nave printed what purported to be a wire lees dispatch from Adolph Up to Ihoabove provinces had produced ol ail tho coal mined Canada this vear her production To date Alberta has increased er oduction over last year by nearly 40 per This remarkable advance has been due to the restric tions placed on shipments ot anthia In the cite coal to the i coal lias found new a purpose of discussing the It remains to be se ity of calling a convention of the comj to anythi i OXeCU W lie i iic i i niittee of Die provincial exeeu live ot the Peoples Prohibition Asso ciation held a meeting last this being the second within the weok In view ot yesterdays announcement of the decision of the government to appoint Justice Clement as commissioner to investigate the al leged illicit importations ol discussion largely centred around this It was the general feeling of the executive that it was vital to tho in terests of the that exCorn nilssioner Findlay be brought and tho following resolution was passed That in view oC the appointment of a commission to investigate the recant abuses of the British Columbia Prohibition Act and the impossibility of obtaining full details without the presence of tho wo strongly urge the government the importance of bringing Iinfl loy back within the jurisdiction of the There was also some discussion us to the scope of the commission and the advisability of the prohibitionists being represented by While no appointment was it is derstood that tho prohibitionists favorable to the It also decided to urge the gov ernment to adopt the original MIS gustion of the executive to appoint au independent nonpartisan co to administer the The convention like tho same extent when conditions become normal ALLIES ASKED 10 mer Bolshevikl repraseatatiTe In Ber toRichard and Hugo of the German Radical tlon to the effect that while JoHe had not paid the German interests they were well aware whence the money had Joffe declared that Oscar German under secretary of had ttwtrol of roubles for the furtherance of the German and that altogether marks bad toeen placed at the disposal ot the German revolutionists by The Independent Socialist news paper Frelheit says that party decid ed months before the revolution to accept money from and resents Joffes Hugo Haase denies the Bolshevikl s emis sarys allegations but Hen Barth up to this time has baa noth ing to say regarding Zurich newspapers today printed a Vienna dispatch carryinfl the report that the Austrian govern ment in order to avoid fresh dis has asked the allied authorities to occupy the Austro Hungarian The sendlnfl of British and American troops for this purpose was re un art siou to administer tiou of the calling of was loft In RF KL V Dec in discussing his visit to Paris said today can not remain isolated at She has always mauitaine Hie of relations with the SYRIAN INTEGRITY turned to the soil and factories without I Caught on the Fly delay and continued I botray no secret when I say that the problem of demobilisation pre sents itself thus have have HOLLAND TO BUY CHILES NITRATE SUPPLY we RIO Dec loan government has Chi completed ne are going to demobilize re territorials and heads of turn tire 1819 output of nitrate in This information is contained in a dispatch received here CAUGHT ON THIS FLY Geo T WKATH13B in the northern part of the province is very similar now to what wu are experiencing on his re turn from LETHBHIDGIS looks bettor tiian ever to have been many iliaugtis since we went and all or tho just buck from NO TIME should be wasted in get ting u fund started for tho establish uieut of a soldiers memorial for Leth bridge ami President KotiuV Cluli 10 IHE BELGIANS brought here from Cologne marks in which being restored by Ger many to The armistice with Germany provided for the return of the cash deposit of the National Bank of which was removed by the GERMANY SHORT OF SHIPPING PROMISES Instead of the tons of shipping demanded of Germany Ly the allies to carry out the pro visioning of that men tioned iw the the Ger man authorities will be able to collect only ac cording tp German advices by way of In here to take advantage of the invitation given me by President Clemenceau and For eign Minister Pichou and left them with good 1 believe my visit to Pans ad vance the interests ot my Spain does not enjoy absolutely trail quillty at this moment oC the Cuttilonlan for which I hope lo fiiul a satisfactory FOUR NEGROES LYNCHED MOBILE two of them ac cused of the murder of L Johnson here last taken from the jail at tonight and ac cording to information received in All four are reported to have been hanged frorr the flirders of a bridge spannng Chickasahay Vulcan Man in Play Was Stab bed By and Bled to Death Held for trial on a charge of man slaughter following the deaW of his best friend under peculiar circum Goorge ot is trying yet to figure out how According to the story given The Herald this morning by the provincial Hunter and his Charles both of went into a store in Vulcan on the evening De cember 17 to have a Itap pears that Hunter had a very sharp knife with which he was cutting some behind counter and In a playful way made as if to push Hunter in the same spirit of presented the point of the knife to wards and in some unac countable manner an artery was sev and Thomas bled to Tt is understood that Hunter did his best to staunch the flow of but finding he could do nothing he called a doctor and then whole story to the provincial An inquest over the remains ot thfl victim of the accident was aud the result was that Hunter is aow under arrest ou a charge of ipp t Hunter is deeply over the and his satisfied that he will be rr came around from French I have convers WEATHEB Minimum and a ;