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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1^1? , LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD mi DEIEGAIH , ,THREATEJ(LWES )� VIctori'Aj �Dec; 25.-r-Heftiled by Hid Bxcellnncr Talng TBi-�, ^IntBler of fdrelgn affair*, the Chin- Jse delegation to'the'ipeace cottference t VeraalUea arrived here today froni the Orient'^tt,the jBt>iinei)e gtieatnship fiuwa Maru. In addition to his ex-.Cellencyr the members of'the''party, )were Ouanp, Klugk|,. counnellor' In ..the tatniatry'foreign iftalrg, and Chang-H'i5^|ii,(i Sun and. Tchon ;T:�ong ^{an, s^creiariea) and a retlmie of ervantgat the wharfs t)y Ivlang' yilil,'{q(^Wl>'foi'' the republic "Of Ohlna Vancduven^and LoeiMong Kow, of Mctoriai " i%ehalf'thkt at no time A/iice hVff ,iWt>�Jftiire tr�|m China *ad tIiei,'nilnlet|f?"^oh8ented tof be In-prvlew^ � rPJ�tlY' tft, the ihlgsloin:'B.J ylewB[on"th* Intemltl aflaira.of' ine' Far BMr.fdiiublft?.-   � : ' ^ Ouang ISlngitLitiited that the party i'WouId poielbjy .�tOP*I:ftft at ,Washing-�ton td ciBnteRryit'^JheV'Unit'ed States �;ablnet en route.tcrf^ew York, where the ral�slpn'wli,V embark direct for ..Prance. ; ; , SAN KRAN018CO, Dec. 23-Anonymous letters threatening the lives of tlie^liractorsof the China Mall Steam-' ship Convpany have f)eon received by every, director; it wag revealfld Sunday at a, ineetfns of the bdard following the murder Saturday night of VoBf Wing, one.dt the directors, who was efaot fatally as he left hi a store lii' Ohinatowh. . " Receipt ton* wars have no connection V^ith the- #hootlng, Alexander M. Oar^land, ,Mui9;l;ant to the president of the company, aald yesterday. Ks said he believed the killing of rong Wing .would be accounted to certain disgn^ntled stockholders. A reward of $10,000 has been offered for the arrest and conviction of the murderers. DKNY THIS REFbRT ..BASEL, Dbc. 23.-(Havas.)- . Denial hat been reealved here of a report that t.i�ut.-Col. Henry ; Vllllane, chief of the"Rr�noh com-' mlsaioni (tent to collect evidence : concernino .^he conflict between ' the Ukralne'and.J^P|and; had been thot and kilted by Ukrainian soldiers. The report oriQinally ca^e , in a'teleBram'from Lembui;a to the! Polish bureau at (.auzanne. I . j- ;� ; ; FOR CHRISTMAS At THE lonery ^-."j^M^iv's.. J. Fifty Cents to Ten Dollars .-u0dtit^OT Soft |(eil.�Oljp�P-lrA'N0iQQ''r'-AND - ..^r-.tbWNEY'8"j;. , ... ^K- ^ , B* i . ^"'ifMR; RICHARD HINCKSAND PARTY)' 'r -^fi ,Wli-U.PRESENT i' 'I ' ] :' '^f �'^'ENTiTLtoi;^ ^ , ,' � l^'THECHiMJGELINq" - - % W.W^ Jacobs ''f HE^COtiSAMRATORS" - - - ^ Br Daily* McGeocK ; 'CINDERS^?- - - feiily Tinsley ! "THrPlAtdOERS^' - - -. - - - - By1;;W. Pmero lH-THE , Decembfr 27tk i^nd 2$th Torals^ ti^n^,,^ l^U3f;t|ie,,hojr8 ."Ov^tj .Therel,' ,a pre|[^eii|^ of Toljaqco. f !l. ' " !� , ,. . '* '*" ' � .' I ' '"' '' ', ' . � ' '' fV ji BUY A TICKJlTp.iy.rlte tlvey,n#me,p|4thaij|.(^^^ back j tdgjsther with your own riaihe; hand It'in atihe Theatre and we'Jl { do the'retf He'll get If'you-cinTiot'aTft^^ buy a ticket jind mall It to Mr. Allan McAlpin, 308 7th.Are. A. So., '^njr tfra^ Dec, 27, jaad a parcel will go fom^ard to the bOy DISTRICT Funeral of. Mrs. Ramsay On Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Salvation Army citadel the funeral service of the lata beloved comrade, Mr�. Rsmaay, was conducted by Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton. The remains of our aged sister were brought to the hall at 12.30 p.m. Many floral tri-b^jtes, consisting ot wreaths and sprays, were In front of the platform. After the opening song Rev. Mr. Curtis prayed; Mrs. Adjt, Hamilton read the favorite Bttile chapter -of the comrade, the eiflt Psalm; Mrs. Hardy sang a solo, "Safe in the Arms v of .Jesus"; Sister Mrs. Rogers, an old personal friend, spoke a few words of the good �nd noble Christian life .of .the deceased; Adjutant Hamilton .delivered a short but touching address on hts subject, "Let not your hesart be tPoilWed; In My Blather' .b0)>s� are man^ Tnansions." At the! close of the sef^lce'the Uand played the array dead march, entitled, "Pro-jnoted to Olory/^Whlle the congrega-ion; stood. citadel was full of ts in respectful ,... ., . unsay. The ptjo- |^;e�fi8iottHrrom thc( hall to the cetnetAiy . \wa� Ted by iheybKni. At the grave iaif, the;:uember8 oftlie local corps sang ^"--'"Rock of Ages,x;ieft for Me." Adju-tuilti^amtlton ti^ad ttif last'rites. '^K^ai^iibtt. and) Individuals are,- ot cour�e, Wood, president of the UnltS^KtrmS! era of Alberta, when asked the probaBlifty ot J.he farihSjIlis province forming one unit o^''W (a dependent political party which!''!*^UfeJ  ..... ing supported by the Labor prt^ ^1 J:/ .y.VV ? .wrtJ^.. ts���,- v, PJIRIS; Dec. J^,�7^Representoj6iy^^ several, allied powers and �tl>#^VtiitiBd states :wIll'trol9iajcbhfi)rence'in Paris �^Vly In 'the'ne'w;;'3re^j^,.tp Cohaidel- the-future oi internatlpivat a)r .navigation, thet,EchOide, Pa.ri's announces.* drea't Britain,-Italy; Belgium, France, and the Uirtted States will be represented at the ccfnterence which wilV study-th* questions of how to prevent airplanes of dlt^r'ent nationaliti'es frtXh' crossing customs barriers and' ho^ 'to pre-J Tent ppstal or commercial'airplanes' from transformed into ^ntblng machines within a few mlhutiwiv^ The result of the dellbera^gns of. the conference, the paper aMSf i-wjll have to be-accepted by Germany'"^nd her former allies in the pea^Q treaty., . Lord Weir, British secretf^ry of state for air t6fc6s, aAnouoced in London' Frlday7ihat'!thev^rlflj(g board'^^ K'ad'drafted aj'ticles for an int^ritft'tton al air convention which hadfljeen sub the aijies. ' - former ambassador o'eAd' ; PINEHURST, N; C; Dec. 22,^Wal-ter Hlnes Page, former ambas^^do;'. to Great Britain died here late., last .iilght after an illness of many weiek's. ' Mr. Pago's health began to fall neitrly 1. year ago, and he gave np his pott ail American representative at t|ie ;Court of St. James the summer.iMn.' Page returned to the Ifnlted States on October 12, and he'was Wovi^'airtect-' l}r from the'steamer to a Ifospltal in, New York. For'al time his'conrfltlo'n' showed: improvemekt, but lBle..Jn J^iTor .yember lie- suffered a relaps'e.; Barly this month he rallied -and -two weeks*| ago he was brought to Pinehurst..For a .wjiile he seemed to grow" Sthonger, but suffered a second relsmse. Ja*i llbuTsday. ,: i^Iost of.the mejpbers,. of Mr. Page's family were '^mt'a Jaiva when .deathv^came. � best of the season's productions, and jrpilectfl muchioredtt to those whose .eflWtts WdfeMtr'^neh, Master Oeofrey �J^&j4dlngtonultt>hls violin eelectioas 'delighted his audience. He plays with '�iiaiidh't^eling and ^merited the heartf ^.ivep^s received. ' Miss Jessie Gay't beautiful coloratura-' soprana vole* thrilled the listeners. She gave a vetf artistic rendition lit "Nou e Ver" and "11, Baclo," Miss Gay poasesses rar* 'musical, talent aftd:lier sincing denotes -very good training. "The Children'* Friend'!.-and "Mother Machine" wer* (riven., by. Mr. Leo M. Coonibs. Ha ha]^. a .pleasing voice and sings with deep feeling. "Mother Machree" et-pebiall/delighted ;the audience. Miss Oj�y;.TaiM. Mr> Coombs sang "Barca-rpije,'"..In.'.'T^e 'Tales of Hoffman." Miss Lucliie Harvey read "Our Hon-oi>ed .Dead" and'"To My Mother." She has marked ablUty in dramatic tfrf,^and'promises, to become an artiste^ ih her line. Pte. "�Vm. Stott it thh .possessor of a good voice,' and eaiig "There Is a Land" with great dramatic feeling. i^He "went over the topy -and captured tois heai^ers, coming back with "God Send Vou Back Ip'Md."  At' the piano Miss McKinnon aind Mrs, Waddlngton assisted the muslipal numbers In n most artistic nShrier. The silver collection was icaijcelycommensi^rate with the large audience present.; Card of Thanks ^ Mr. .and'Mrs. Wright wish to thank all those who extended such great klndheases during the illness and sad death of their daughter, Madgelina, dnS' also for the beautiful floral trl-.bui^, .from the following: Father, mother, brothers and- sisters, heart; epraya,. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. G. CouttsViMr. and Mrs. Barclay and family, Mir. and Mrs. Mitchell, and ifamily. . Qflhe but not forgotten. Where our treasure is our iieart Is also. il-1 seRtii*! Wenies (t . Card of Thank* The Great War. iVoteraqs' Associa-tion beg to thank the following firms /or'.gitts of supplie* ior the 'Veterans' Smoker held last Saturday: Western .Grocers, Ltd.; R. W. Walhice, Ud.J Lethbrtdge Brewing and Milting Co., j;td.';' White Lunch, Lethhrldge Candy kitchen, Olympic'Confectionery, Bllta Cigar .Store, Dallas. Hotel Cigar SUnd, Letiiitirldge Hotel'Cigar Stand, Alexander Hotel Cigar, Stand. i Card of Thnnka  ' ilr. and Mrs. George Rohison and "family take this means of. BERLIN. Deo^^,2�!,-H[t lB,ofl|olf)ly|l(^ nled that the German goverhment his v continued to address notes ez.blntjvely > to the United States after iVacfivinf' the request of the Washinpta4';goV-.' ernment that official .commi|^Jl Our prices are reasonable and pur stock always up to the minute. A gift of one of our ties will strengthen the ties of friendship. 60s third ave; s, Si- RES �3ft5 FIFTH'STRee-?; SOtiTH ll^ Candy for Christmas, Our l^cial Xmas Mixture corrtaihi^jl? f isample from every variety in the store. per lb. 30 cents rhe purity and perfection of our caiK^ is well known. We make every bit ourselves MMi. our large sales insure a continually fresh stock; Varieties to suit all tastes, young or old. Made Jellies, Mixed Flavours. We have also a large stock of fresh Chocolates iH fancy boxes at very reasonable priices.^^^^ Candy Canes for the Kiddiei. : II We offer a fiiie selection in the fruit fine. Mixed Nuts, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, BananM, Rga. 53 55 967?29 ;