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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAUPCKMBER SEND TROOPS AGAINST POLES Jo Consider a Uniform Nava Policy For The Overseas Parte of the DISTINCT NAVAL POLICY e 4 CASUALTIES A MILLION Russias war casualties num ber according to a telegram received here from Petrograd Of this mini were The disabled men number while others were The Russians taken prisoner total I Hindenburg Masses Troops Against Polish Invasion TIED MAN IN CHAIR by Poilih forces last is In cable from John ment by the admiralty of the early departure of Admiral Jelllcoe on a rlslt to the overseas for the purpose of their govern ments on is the re Sensational Robbery in Worth Diamonds Taken itlon of Anothe Crisis in Germany Now valued at were stolen from E Michaelson and Eastern Town ship Bank Building this morning by three masked wfco werpow ot undertaking which was ered the night watchman and blew the Ted at by the representatives of gafe with two the overseas dominions at their meet1 The robbery is a senrtttonal one ing here last following he About oclock this tnorniag the submission to them of a tentatve watchman of the George for the noval defense of the was called to the door by ftftBlre by chiefs of the admiralty rlnglng Of the As soon as with a request to that ne opened three men stepped up made by the Imperial war eoni htm a suitcase one remarked ference in give this to the woman who clean xereniv 1 As he said th Passes the Mark Already acknowledged Hunt and Nobleford MeNlool A The four King Girls Margaret Kenny Kiddles Friend Employees of Post Office and Ostlund Smith Henderson Vera and Ralph Collins Bruce and Cecil and Roy Clemls 500 500 order is not there NEWPE RULES INF J to he built and HIV 0eWaW v by the dominions on a permit close co onarttion wittf the British The memorandumfa this point salflv It is thoroughly recognized that the character ot arma ment and equipment and the methods and principles of adminis tration and organization should pro ceed on the same lines all the navies of the For this pur nose the dominions would welcome visits a highly qualified repre sentative of the by reason of his ability and would be thoroughly competent 1o advise the naval authorities of the dominions in such Aa naval matters come to be developed upon a considerable scale by the dominions it may be necessary hereafter to slder the establishment for war pur poses of some supreme naval com mand upon which each of the do minions would be adequately repre At a meeting of the imperial war conference on Friday this memoran dum was Sir Eric Gedden replied that the admiralty welcomed this expression of desire on the part of the dominions to secure the great est n eaiure of uniformity that is pos sible In naval training and types of material throughout the empire Sir Eric announced that with the approval of tfie war Vis count Jelllcoe would be appointed to There he wag tied in a cfikir obtain ed from the robbed officeami left biitsfd tfi wJHle the three thieves were busy Tfie firm has been lesshare tor only month and NEW YEARS DAY pension regulations come into force on New Years They in the main Total With only one more day till Christmas The Herald fund has passed the and incidentally has passed beyond the fondest expectations of The Her nId and the Nursing Mission oHv The fund will close Tues day evening at 6 and a contributions until time will ho gratefully for every rent ran Im made full fe John has gener ously donated a loaf of bread for nvery hamper that goes Christmas Kve from the Nursing which will he a help with the ice cream from the Crystal and the other food things and comforts purchased as a resultof The Hemld will make homes happy in Lethhrldge over Christmas where the usual Christmas cheer was only a faint or was not even thought of a tew weeks WILSON AGAINST DEADLY WEAPONS READY FOR I Hohen zollern has arranged for himself a Christmas celebration after the tradit ional German as far as the cir cumstances will according to advices to the Dally Express from Amsterdam The arrangements ate religious ceremonies on Christ mas The Idea ot using the Til lage chapel for has O recommendations made by commission of the house of com whose findings were published some months But these recom mendations have been supplemented in threeimnprtant particulars The coming into force of th regulations is fixed for January 1 All existing cases may he re viewed by the boaAl of pension com missioners in the light the presen Special provision is made fo cases of exceptional In special cases of hardsh new regulation which are covered by the pension and in cases in which special relief should be the commissioners shall have exclusive authority to make a recommendation to the gov and the council shall have authority upon such recemmendation toward a pen sion or to afford In other where a case ot exceptional hardship the hoard of pension commissioners may recommend that the cabinet make special The commission of the house made after hearing Liquor Police Guard to be Collected legal authority which could not be secured on city police constables and plain clothes men stood guard throughout the night at certain warehouses in which large quantities of liquor are suspected may be stated authoritatively that President Wilson will oppose in the most direct fashion proposals from to glpk the warships surrendered by Gei many under the terms of the armls tics Since iword came from Paris that American delegates to the ference with British support intended to advocl e destruction of the enemy vessels to avoid contention over then the has been British Had All Manner Terrifying Devices Had War Been Longer of In the course of representatives Russian m State of CoU and dustries Have Proved In formation fram Rueele een flrmatlon of reperte that the ao clalization of industry there complete Official tlce show that in almost all the 513 and factorlee controlled by the have con siderably exceeded Dur ing the four of 1918 the government peld out over to cover and has been obliged up to the present to advance over V under Technical that Russian Industry has been crip pled for many to come by the Bolshevist whole question of Russia is under serious consideration by the Renters Agency learns from an authoritative source in Lon i No lias been formu lated and nothing can be settled de finitely until there has been an op portunity to discuss the matter vita President J In the Riga district army is operating under the political control of a Moderate This government in close association with the Kuban and both work with two government in to cussed with much Interest among Am erican and allied naval officers here officers found reasons or There is reason to hope that tho ion of industry from a to a by the allfcft Will Winston Spencer mm unlty between these various Ister of said 61 governments in southern M The diflicultieB which on uie Bol9heTlB o the armistice appeared so is the restoration ot found to bo A late and sat ana have been less serious than found to expectea uuauviiioB omcers luuiin being stored Sensational wting auch a particularly running into tens of thous difficulty of corporating Into tands ot are expected At navies craft of German construe that he viewed the plans as altogether will be held In the drawing room ot cas which will be converted Into a Ml1 proceed early in the new year to visit such parts of the empire as ex pressed a desire to he included In his mission in order to confer with and advise tho overseas dominions authorities on naval matters in keep ing wttto the of the memor AH the dominions having through their representatives expressed thejr satisfaction of the Ad miral Jellicoe will depart early In the new year for which he will first All the dominions and In dia will be visited in The oeder of his Journey has not yet been Hut it Is presumed that he will not reach Canada for some considerable period of time Caught on the Fly The exemperor desired to have the court E nest von Dry come from Berlin to preach the sermon at the Christmas Eve but the Berlin the has refused per mission for the chaplain to go to Hol WAN 10 SETTLE GRADUATED PAY TO MEN AHB HAVING trouble getting cars to bring in hay from the but this weather is working for Had the weather been as cold as some Decembers I have seen iu there would have been hundreds of dead livestock on the prairies by Aa it we are saving a great deal of money and bringing the stock through in good shape Madge River SUGAR RESTRICTIONS prac tically off in time for Christnius The few remaining will be taken off the beginning of the I have Mceived word to that effect from the feed HTHIS IS THE sunshine 1 have seen since 1 have been Yoi have tne pick of the weather In Leth Just returned from an extended burliest trip lo tin Vaclnc coast orderin council was issued Saturday by the cabinet authorizing the pay ment of a war service gratuity to ie payable to the navy and land forces in pluce of post discharge Under this to be paid is graduated up to six months pay and including With South eastern Poland is Very Serious JUt it V ooo estimated at close to The names of men prominent in anti prohibition circles are mentioned In connection withthis place and it is said they have left the In addition to suspected it is also alleged that certain cartage companies have been mixed up in the alleged whiskey ring and have been engaged in moving the stocks from one place to Events Moving Fast Events are since the police made their raid at 843 Market Street on Friday and even before that it was alleged that several men con nected in one way or another with the various actions of the whisky ring left AttorneyGeneral Parrls has been In the city In constant touch with the police commission and Chief Mc He left last night for Before his departure he announced that Craig would be the govern ment counsel at the Inquiry which is to be held Into the ramifications of the alleged whiskey while Fln1 lay was He also stated that the Justice Stew would probably open tho first sit ting here on Friday Disclosures are likely to be madd in the inevitable evils and inconvenien ces of the transitional period have not been so severe up to the as When the firing stopped on the western front we hau DECIDE TO RECALL II We had also a whole series terrify ing some of a most Intricate character and weapons nnd devices of a most deadly which were In readiness to be used by our m the 1919 had it been neces this ministry was at full strining like a running horse in a race as he approached the is anx ious to roach an amicable agreement tho Czechs regarding the claims of the latter to Austrian and a Polish deputation will soon go to Prague to discuss the accord lag to a statement issued by the Po lish foreign minister and printed in Cracow Tho minister also says that no efforts will be made to solve by diplomacy claims to Ga licia by i Regarding the southeastern frontier of Poland the1minister says the silua lion Is very He continues has forcud For members of the laud forces who have served any time which means on the for pay and al lowances of some recognlKed overseas establishment and were on the strength of tha land forces on active service on the date ot the gratuity is graded as1follows For three years service or days pay and For two service and under three 153 days pay and allow and diplomatic with Ukraine are at present 1 It will he a lUHsllou of until tho matter is Poland is ready to defend tins Part or hei where Poles are in thu ma by every in tuoii WICL REPORT a few it last of those sajd to be implicated in the theft ot sonw 300or 400 cases of liq uor from the car Former Commissioner Findlay is alleged to have brought in in violation of the federal orderin It is said that this liquor was talsen in motor trucks across the line at Blaine and the Washington authorities are now working with the provincial and civic police iu the mat One System One system used in bringing in car loads of whiskey to Vancouver wan alleged to be as follows Goods were purchased from tho distilleries In Tor onto for sliloppd to n wet cleared of inland rev enue and freight charges and in a free Then they were shipped to Vancouver and billed for the purpose of export to China and Japan for In Vancouver the goods were at corialn the contents tampered with and But in 4 stead of actually putting 400 on Uhe the shipper would put 8UO I and give Ihe pursuer or other oflicej u receipt for 100 short The indir ect warning from file American gov ernment has resulted in the decision of the German authorities to dispense with the service the notorious min ister Von at Mexico It was learnert officially today that a bint was transmitted to Berlin recent ly that it wss difficult to reconcile EckhardtB continued antiAmerican and antially propaganda with the new German government protestations of regard for the United States and re peated appeals for food rtdence of Bckhardfs influence in the Mexican seen today in a report from Ambassador Fletcher thnt El a has IMI i published a denial of the ministers The state department lias been nil vised of the ultliouRh evidently there hiis been no official announce ment it at Mexico Is re ported here that Holland has been informed by Great Britain Of her intention to send to the British army of occupation in Germany by way of the River Scheldt and Dutch WILLi SUPPLY FOOD The left For less than one 9S Uuvs pay ttuil ters of tho various recep or Idea apparently was to protect them selves iu case or an 20 10 Social ist newspaper VorwaertR predicts the main part of the disclos ures of Adoiph former Bol shevist ambassador In shortly will be forthcommo n view of the former Russian dip lomats declaration that he no to Hugo for eign minister In the Ebert cabi the consideration duo a for mer friend and political Hsae jetinoni votfe Vy da clarion that the latter merely plitd him With data for in the NOW TO FINLAND Steady progress In the establish ment of a popular government n Finland on a comparatively stable basis free from German control has resulted In a by the United States and her al lies tofurnish that country once with foodstuffs for civilian of pounds of fcodvtuffs to Finland was an thoried by the war trade with the approval of the allied EXPENDITURES OF THE WAR TRADE BOARD dlture of the war trade board from its InccBtion to totals It Is estimated that another will be required to meet accounts and expsnsas to tlis end of the EXFEL AMBASSADOR von Gcr mnn m i ni t i to Luxemburg since 1C HI together with tcan from llio mtptry the ducal Three Luxomburfl f have left the i ior Development has been a steady flow of eminent and loyal sians of all parties In the direction of London and Paris for the purpose of setting up an organization to deal with the Bolshevist problem and tcv be on hand during the peace confer Want Aid Paul leader ot the Russian and foreign minister in the cabinet of Premier which was formed after the overthrow of the imperial has arrived in Paria Witt Nicholas former ambassa dor at and fow Rusr representing the varlona cal parties exclusive of the and the extreme loft of the Soclati The Russian say they have come here for the pur pose of interesting the entente pow ers in the restoration or order In Russia so that a government may formed which will reunite Ruwla ami recognition from the world Bolshevik Retreatm9 of the Bolshevlkl army on the burg front In a Decisive battle by an army of loyal Russians was reported today in an official dispatch the Russian embassy from the Omsk f oW The message said the dlsor Bolshevik were northward toward Perm and that thla was the 8rst independent action of moment against the andt part of a campaign that was expected unite some of the loyal districts Russia and Much war equip ment and booty was The embassy also was informed that Attamanda DoutoJfCommander of Cossack of the Orenburg has Semenotf to sub mit to the authority of Admiral director of the Omsk govern It was indicated in the cable gram that the people of Siberia were united In support of KILLED BY FWMB8 two LH aged 4 and were killed by that escaped from a coal home Saturday aged the who wae overcome by the was taken to Hes pital and SAY HE HA8 FLEP Karl of head of the German aniline is reported to haVe fisd to DwisBurg looked uon the MHK bttwesn cnciorf and of the mill active of ;