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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915 1IKHALD [i '.Dec., by Kicellnncy Lxiu Tslne wlnlsler of foreign attain, the Chin- I'EC delegation lo'lho' peace conference t Versailles arrived here today train t.ho Orient'on'th( Japanese stfimAlv KuM-a Maru. In addition to bli ei- of' the.'parly ytre OuauK counsellor In.tho inlnlslrr "of foreign afmln, and Chang-HVuiri (Bun and. Tchou, ;T.iong Jlsn, BtcroUrles, and a retinue of eri'anlf; ialnlBlerr- accent- junled by hla wife and Madame Lou Tslug Betthe, n, Belgian lady their daughter. The party oi Cblneio flstejniea fl'as'rael'-ai the wharf hy Liang- Ythl.Vco'riJul' for the republic cl China Lec.Jfocg Kow, of Vlclorla; 11 IB jsjiillency (Inclined, to be In hit King- kl stallii-on tb.it at mi llmo departure frd.tn Cnlua to to In- rvlowoJ, "rpUtivt to. Ite mission's. owalon'iho Internal affairs, of the Tar Baif .f'OTpblft.'.'''' Ouang that (he party .would nl.Washing- ton Lij Ucrlteu Sulos i-ablnet en route, to' Yorlr, where (he mlislon "fill, e'muark direct for France.: SAX FHANCISCO, Dec. mous letters threatening He Jives of ol tlio China. Mall Bteam-' ihlp Company bavo peea received by every director. It vni revealed Sun- day at a meeting ot tho board follow- Ing (he murder Saturday iilglit Df t'out Wlnf, one o! the directors, wbo was tbot fatally us be led his store In" Cfllnatowu. Recent tone Yvars havo no' connec- (Ion 'with the- shootlnf, Alexander M. GardUnd, tg the president ot ibe company, latil yesterday. said be believed tbe killing ot Pour Wing would bo accounted to certain dlBgruoUed ilocfcholdere. A reward o! his bcei) or for the arrest and convlcllon of Ibe murdirerj. DENY THIS REP6HT BABEL, :'Oft, Dtnlil hit been received hire of a report that Henry Vllllane, chief ot the com- mlailon itnt to collect evidence .Ihe conflict between the Ukraine'a'ni Poland, had been iSot and killed by Ukrainian sol- The report originally came in a'ltlegram'froin Lemburg to bureau at Lauzanne. Tf FOR CHRISTMAS AT THE Paletee Confectionery Rfly'_Cenla. to'Ten Oolljrs Buik-thocolatei or Soft NEILSOh LOWNEY'E'i: Mixture .ol Home-nude Candies -l2ic and Up Candy Sticks for Kiddies Choice Fruits 5 Cents ti V-00 Bananii, Grjpc, Frflt, Oranges, Figi and Mixed Extra Large, Delicious Appiei V Ibi. ''fir 25c .1 -v f- MALAQA-'GRAPES BtJREA.ANJOU PEARS LEffiurtiJfflS BEULIN, Dec. Houreolte party ore endeavoring to erect n solid honor oi AH ront against the Majority-Socialist In sponuenls In lie coming elecllons t'j Ihe national isembly. Tho elections are oply four weeks away and the former right arid entre partlen arc mill much dlaor gaolzcd. The Socialists have an Intact party irganlzallon and have a strategic ad- because they are noiv In'virt- ual control of tho; government. An add- ed factor Is that Ihe Ebert-lfaase gov- .eut has been Btrengtbened hi 1U poaluon by tho jactloo of Ihe recent revolutionary cougreaF, whloh only widened the Jurladlcllon of tbe cab- inet, hut placed lat IU illjposal a, ser- viceable central committee o[ gold- .era' and .ivorkmen's council. This la interpretliifi as raarklng Ihe flefeal gt llic ultra-radlcal ploned by the proletarian eitremiils. The provisional Boveruraent will Iho time before the elections' lu re- torlng order and alleviating economic conditions. An tbe Mnjorlty-SocIalMs are'Virtu- ally In command of the central govsrn- monls and dominate the- Ueulepanl- governora Ihroughoul they probably will carry Ihe election aa a solid majority Irrespective of .ihe future action o[ the or the Spartacus group'........ Prledrlcb Neumann, a 'Progressive leader, In the Taeehlatt recilln that (lie position of' Ihe MaJorlty-So- lallsta Is similar to that of the Na- at the time the German mplr'd was founded; !'e eEiluiates-that he Hadlcals, who polled 35 per cent, rf all Ihe votes Jn 1912, may be abla o increase' that to 50 cenL la view if the current political transition, to he left. The national assembly will be called to order 10 days alter 'thu elections which will January- 19. This period will he used in collecting Ihe vote and arranging technical ds- ialls. Tho session will continue eight wacke. PARIS, Dec. l.orj NortLcIllfe, cbalroisa of ihe headquarters of the British mission to tho United Blatei, and Kctl'nd'B greatest pub- llilier, nlfht gave a reception In honor of American newspaper corre- r loroncc during Ibolr rerenl sad bercavr-inenl In Ihe death of their daughter, Isabel. Plural tributes were pent Qa folfowt: Heart, mother and family; pillow, Mr. nod Mrs. n II. Huyl; cross, lit, and Mrs. II. S. Hcbl'cii: plllov, Commercial Tclegraphcic' Union; star, Maple Xo. 1, Order of the Eastera Star; star, Mr. and Mrs. Kred Kenny; broken wheel, office and me.BECliger elaTf; ajar, the Knight-Watson Itanclilog Co.; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. (Jakes, Cal- gary; epray, city school teachere, Mre. and Miss A. Johnston, Mlsccs Lord NorthclHte cald Ihe gathering of American newspapermen In Paris WAI the greatest ever seen In any European country. referred lo tbe pro- poied league ol nations, which, he some people had regarded it aometblni pretty good to atoill, tut practically 'Impossible ol attain- ment. He (tve It as Ms belief lilt thll was the most Important ol the of President Wilson and Mfd be frnfi hopeful that means would bt found lo make it practicable. CUCUMBERS... Special Prices For Today and Tomorrow- TfOBACCO FOR THE BCWS ANO AID FOR THE NURSING MISBIQN. HINCKS- AND i, WILL PRESENT PLAYS -By W. W. By Dattj McGeocb' "CINDERS" By Uly Tmifcy "TrirPaVGOERS'r: Pinero IN -THE MAJESTIC THEATRE December 27th and 28th To raise buj.lhe boya of Tobacco. by Ticket 5t Cevb Each 5yV A write the name of on (he btck l logelhcr with your owe hame, hftnd It In al the Theaitre anj we'Jl Vdo liic'resf. He'll get U yovu'ca'nrioi altenA tBfl'pertb'rtnanco buy B ticket and mall 11 lo Mr. Allan McAlpln, SOS 7th Are. A. So.. any.ilmc prior .lo Dec, 27, a. will go forward to tho boy. you If you wish the proceeda'of the tlcVel lo JO to the Nursing write "N'uralnn Mission" on the back. Tlcktta !eft blank fill help the tobacco fnnd. TvT VERGAIULEI CAPITAL OF 808'lETV OF NATION'? PARIS, Off' foreign affairs committee or the chamber Is cor-.aldsrlnfj a bill which would make Venailles the capital of the propotftd voclety o( nations. The bill It backed by the deputlea from and the deajrtrnent of It prtpotei to put El VlrMllles at the of at the conference, giving them of extra UrrltoNal .right and Venilllea the permanent centre of propgied cf nations. CITY AND DISTRICT Mra. R. E. Herbert, Sir. and Mrs. Moseev, Mies Impctt, Mr, aud .Mri. Decber, the Hagell family, MtBS.CIcli McKay, Vancouver; Mrs. John Taylor and boys, Commissioner and Mcec'n, MIES Hosle Little, Mr. and Mrs, Maunbell .Medicine Hal; -Mrs. Williams and Olive, Mies L. Hlchardi, the Citizens' Lumber Co., Red Deer Friend, Mr. and Mrs. T. il. Huff, ilr. and Mrs. fico. B. Macliiy, T. Y. FHfgerald, Swift Current; Mr. and lira. Qulnn, Mr. anil Mrf Mac- Mlllan, Mr. 'and J. V. Manches- ter, the Lethbrldee llcratd Printing Co., Mr. and W. B. Held, Silas Flelt and Mre. Trenhotme, Mrt. John olurdoch, Mr. and Swansoo, Mr. and Mrs. Tcrrill. ilN THE GREATEST RESORT HEC10 IN THE WORLD f a land com rah- Blon agonl, or tbe DepirLmonl of Nat- urftl Reeourcea, was cmc of llic vic- tims of the eteoplnj; car BW heur Flail on. He hud t Brooks. We Offer for Prompt Shipment course, 'ifith Hny'.j'i party trijjsei Vfcil, president ot the Um ers of Alberta, when asked the probability farm province 'forming one unit dependent .political party ing supported by the Labor "It has the of the organized farmers Canada, both as Individual units and as a Mr. Wood' Vnol to build any political chlnery. "Not being a I dc whal they may do In.Tu'Uitf Funeral of. Mrs. Ramtay On Sunday at 2.30 p.m. In Ihe Sal- vation Army citadel the faneral ser- flce of the late beloved comrade, Mra. Ramsay, was conducted by Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton. The remains of our'aged ulster were brought to tbe hall at 12.30 p.m. Many floral tri- butes, consisting of wreaths and sprays, were In front ot tbe platform. Atler the opening sons Hev. Mr. Cur- tls'praied; Mrs, Adjt. Hamilton read the iarortte Bible chapter of the com- rade, tbe 61st PEalm; Mrs. Hardy sang a solo, In the Arms, uf Slater Mrs. Rogers, an old personal friend, -spoke a few words ot Ihe food and 'noble Christian life "ol the 'deceased Adjutant Hamilton .detlrereit a abort but touching ad- dress on hlB subject, "Let uot your heart be troubled; In My Father's .bausf are rnany .mansions." Al the band played the army dead march, entitled, "Pro mated to the oongregt lion ''..stood.- ;Ttte tlurtel was full of soJdierj. in respeclful nwrrV'qf Ramamy. 'The prtv- the Kail (o (he' ;WM led by At the Members of Uie local corps sane "ifok- tor Adja- rjad Concert concert at the Co- aj decidedly the 'of productions, and m'nch-oredlt lo those -whose Master Geofrey violm selection delirtled Ills audience. He plays wlti iincli feeling aid, 'merited, the hearty received. Miss Jessie Gay'i uldralun' soprano v-olci jJ thrilled tbe'lltlweri. 9he fl-ie a yen I artistic rendition rfr "Nou e Ver" and "11 Mls'E rare 'mual cat ,ta lent fftdber Terr good traJnlBf. "The Children1! 'and "llolher Machree" riven, by-. Mr.' .Leo 'M. Coombs. a 'Tolce and sings with 'feeling. "Mother Machree" el- Oallverad Prices on Request. In acme one caie It may not to matter to you who getc your If you get the hay you winf, but in the long run it will pay you to ice that the greatMt poaslblR part of [t goes to the man who the hay. If you want to tee that he fe it all yau can do so by buying direct from the growert through their pwn Bales office. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED Ltthbrldtfe, Allxrti 3am Mcpcctar, Ware houte at Coaldale. Don't Waste Time Puzzling Over What to Buy Him Visit our store arid the'solution of the difliculty -will Le.simple. We have a fine range oh, TIES, SHIRTS, GLOVES; HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, FANCY WAISTCOATS, HATS, CAPS. In fact everything-in Men's Wear tb please the most fastidious. Our prices, are reasonable and our stock always up to the mmute. A gift of one of ourties the ties of friendship. THAELL The TAILOR GC8 THIRD AVE. S. T TWO 8TOHES FIFTH'STREET SOUTH 1 I Candy for Christmas PAnis n.ec. ol seve'rai allied -'powers' aria States cbhference in'Paris' early In cohaldet trie- future of intcrnatipnal. the Paris announces" (jrem't Dritiln, -Italy; Belgium. France, and the United Slates will he represented at'lhe conference which win questions of how to prevent airplanes of different iialionalllfcs Worn1 crbli- Ing customs barriers and' 'to pre- Tent postal or comrrfercial' airplanes from hiins transformed Into bornhlng machines within u few The result of the deliberations of the conference, the paper rwjll have to .be accepted by Germany :and her former allies in the Ireaty. Lord "SVelr, British secretary of slate for nlr forces, annouDced Irr Ixinrlon h'ad drafted for an InterhsiUon- al air convention'which iiad'rje'en' sub- mitted to lha allies. >eclalljy dellrtted the audlecce. Mils jay.va'n'd Mr." Coombs sang j'.'The-Tales ot Hoffman." Miss Lucille Harvey read "Our Hon- Diad" and' "To My Mother.' She "has marked ability in dramatic promises to beco'me an ar- Ih her .line. Pte. Wm. Stolt 11 the of good voice, and "There Is a- Land" with great dramatic feeling. sHe 'Vent over Lcrpv 'And captured' hla headers, com- ing back with "God Send You Back: At'the'Piano Miss McKinnoD and 'Mra. Waddtngton aBBJBted the mnsfcal numbers In a most artistic FORMER AMBASSADOR DEAD PLVEHUKST, Dec. ler Klnea Page, former ambaisador to Great died bere latejait nf alter an Illness of many weelcE. Mr Page's health began lo fall nearly rear ago, and he garo up his pbu u American representative H the Courl oE St. James latc-fn (he Page returned to Ihe United on OcloBer 12, anJ WoTaJ-dlrect' 1 ly from the steamer lo A hosplla] In i New York. For a' lime his showed improvement, but late.in Tember he suffered a relapse.. Early this rponth he.rallkd and -two trwlir agti he WM brouglit (o a while he to groW iilronger. but Buffered a second relapse. Jul TbiirsdAj. Most of the members or Mr. Page'n were .nln Tiren death came. BERLIN DENIES IT BBRLIX, .B.oH.cU'.lr dV ntcd the Gennan government haa continued lo aidress notes exclntlTe.r la the Untied States afler rectirltf Ihe request of the gov- ernment thai ufnclal (rom (n iorsardsi almuHaneouilr to all tbe boilIIt btl- rnRriner. Tlic silver collection meaEyrBte wflh.Lhe l audience preaeat. Card of Thinks Mr.-and-Mrs. Wrljht wlsli to Lhonl all thoie who extended Eucb great during Ihe lllneaa and sad death of thetr daughter, aVd'also for the faeaut.tul floral trl- ,buieiat .from the (allowing: Father, mother." brothers and heart; Wr. and-Mrs. Godfrey, Mr. and Mri. G. Coulls.-Xr. and Mra. Bar- clay and famllr. anU Mre. Mit- chell and {Brolly. Gone but not forgotten. Where our treasure is our heart is aleo. 1M Can) of Thankt 'The Grail Aasocia- lioa beg to Ihanfc the following tirnt lifla of tupplln for the Veterans'i Smoker held last tori ay: We a tern Ltd.; R. W. Wallmcc, Ltd.; Brewfof aed MaJtlng Co., Ud.'f Ixinch Cajidr KUcHeb, Olympic CoofectloiaeTT, Btlt> Dallas Hotel Lelhbiidge Hotel'Cijir SUnJ, Alex- ander Hotel Cfear Stand. Cartf of Mr. and Mra. George Robison and family ulce this means of f.xpren- toff Oaorts ami appreclaUon for the kindness and nympalhy. Special 'Xmas (Wixture coniaihing; j a sample froiii every variety in .he store. per lb. 30 cents The purity and perfection of our. candy is svell known. We make every bit ourselves raid our large sales insure a continually fresh stocV. Varieties to suit all tastes, young or old. Fresh Made Jellies, We have alio a large stock of fretti ChocoUtet fancy boxes at very reasonable prices., for the We offer a fine selection in the fnrit HIM. Mixoi Nnti, Onng ei, Apples, Busuak, Fin. Fancy boxes of Cigan ia 10, 25'uii 51, at low The Alexandra OO'OOtl S. joj pooa i'MVr 3H1 Nl ANVN MOH Alexaniln rUtel Bkck fifth Street ;