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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THF. LETHHUDGE DAILY MHUID I'UESIUY, DECEMBER 23, VJI'.I gHKl FRENCH DBVW BUIGEIS The storr of a soldier wbo M dtpuly of [or 45 hours extnonllnary- Om the Locsasaur list ol can-Iulsles tor at Iho Xortli wai t Veralers. a cspuin ot anil uierabtr oi Lesion Hid ol Ike do BMrn. Wbtn ibe radical coa- TORONTO THEATRE I'HOPRIETOK WILL TWO MILLION DOLLARS TORONTO, Dec. connection' (m ncml from Montreal, ff.rt Ouil taa Trans-Caaada KNIGHTHOOD FOR CAPT. ROSS SMITH to Ihe Sect thai the arnmjiaif iw Theatres. Llmltea, ai desire lu bays a can- 1 Ontario of Ambrose Small, LONDON. IXc. hood la 169 Order ol tae Urlt- ha bis ii: bis but. in anT veriii- i f" cur.on cf liis ai j deputy 'iste V.M-V. Afipr Hint ibe chamber ol tne league of nations has -n-Bat appears to he a crlsls-ia of Marine and Minister of War Both Send in Resignation THR HAGUE, Dec. de- w probleraE, closely allied with the result of Iho formation RHEIMS, will be celebriltd Chrlltmaa Wwmlnj In Hhilnu CardiMl Luco.n. .Ravi of ..tlKll.-w'cpt Urrltory haa arranfed chapel, a wooden and wlndtwi have .In the by the of monumenU and Frkntit of the'Cathed- at Rhelma at an exptnac of mora than .FiUy ehlldrtn Inm Ihe city, who 'ie supported by the Cross have been reheanlng Chrifttmia carala for the atrylce. STRIKE.IN.MADRID MADRID, Dec. members-o the trades unions la this- city- hay tfeclaeij to support the ilrite'et tb street car employee j: The p'roKram of the'trades "unionists "coBtemplale isresslre "strike In-all Industrie which would affect non-union; until complete stoppage of work Is effcctei car. ronis? :o accept l decLire ifee jiqw inembPr to be pable o' Ills mandate in Bol5bcrifel miniiler of for- Offer Madr Foreign Minister Troops Evacuate l> Tomsk L' LO.XrJOX. Dec. Tchltcherin, Russian Dec. offer to the goterument to bs- I; tin innnediaie to c.in- ('.cicde a wirelefe received .here from MosebV. Isb government was reauestedMu in dicate the lima and place it would like the negoLifltlons to open. No Offer to Kolchak IRKUTSK. Dec. council of _tlo ministers of the all-Russian gov- eminent has issued a statement dc- nying reports tliat lie Bolsherlki hare L' peace to Admiral Kolchak. head of Ibe Kovemuent. and to Gen. Deaik'lne, leader til the anti-Bolshevlk forces OD the Eoulbbrn front. British Take Balum .LONDON, per. forcei llcTC occupied Batum and Baku to pre- i- vent the -Turks from.penetrating the region, according to 3 Mos- "cow wirclese dispalcb. "K- Tomsk Evacuated 1KKU-TSK, Dec. clly ol .Tomsk, western Sllebla, has been evac-. ;1: ualed nj the Siberian troops of the h all-Rasslan EorernmenL General erac- jj: uaiion of Tomsk began Dec. 16.' j. .Professor: Kennfth G- MacKir, ot the. dtpartmeDt gf dairy husbandry, ;i.; "UriTersily of Saskatchewan, has tend- H. ered hla resignation to thu board o! K lOTcruors as 'A protest against dis- inissal of certain professors. Dutch government. Closely lolloping Iho of JouUiEir Hylevllde. minuter ol ine, last -ifeeX, Altlnj van Guesan. I minister" of war, ainonnred his reslg-1 I nation today when the Dutch states i i general ameadeJ his wir reduced the sums aTfiflable. for The -ba See I geperallj- pro-" vHed-for an-army of the approilmale strength ol the BOT> Icrnmcat had taken Ihe aland that the [world "irtatloa was still leiIons and. 1 neccssliated a large.. array, Boctallst members, leid hj- Depaty Marchanl. opposed Uie budget on tue ground that the league of nations -would end the necessity for armaments. H1CH DETROIT Dr. S. E. Birdsall, Oat., Taj paralytic Niagira -yil a victim of KOH1BITION IK TWO U. S. CITIES not or ttrttjfc rKtamd, wtera Is _____ cralaiM BUtN I 4M aal a of It- toticatloa. 1 al chlto, koMi, na- taaramla wMfc a.wer had total aadalawa, fiat M aw iloai 414 aajkodr attaaaft to pndnra a irint What waa a i or to tor Wt awauM the ck mi I to a ureHr. 1m CVmUatd twi man Mia4 tku aajwbwe. ka lala part at ccnati7 a aatioaal to A aarf two oft duty, aid ta wkam Linatoaaut cot d KJ- mind to Uie of prohlbl on on toe community. formerly ad as a dally await SM pritOM our warahouM. Now ha- town Is rnora ar- erly than belore. MT munn anurlng frlanda tell me that lOrnlnt'abseQleelfB of workmen be .j'jse o( Saturday and Sunday drink ns has practically disappeared. Sav njs hank deposits have greatly 111 rcned. So I am still igalntt pro- bIMtlou on tho Btore ol lair play to eryboar. but yery uuch In favor of t as a practical good lor .this com- immlly. Financially, It hsi not burl us. lor mosl ot Ihe saw 'it coming long baton It and took steps 1 did rot Mltr. .Mkhliau la ttoitha prljjr Co that Ikvre had acra la Uvtaplt srrVsta for 11.179 for dri 43.S33 for ailsdrairuion, and la ilrtl yav of prohlbhtoa, Mar. 1. Detroit tururet iJIS arrwts for. t.loolel. amata (or laMmaecnors and 4, for dnnkenjMCji.' Althovh m police they ara gi'-'i to me by AasocJa'i-tn 'represenLatlTft who to l ,lhey IB Detroit, when ao Saaday la amour the best thlnirt had to show Ifetrlot. ]le praduceJ a dlpplnE Uomper's charge, and Kalll the head of tho Amcrlcau as far frc-m rlsUt ou linihiblioiv Michigan as oa Mbor mattars. He also islil Hint Detroit mnufacturtng concerns ware having 'e'.rer accldeati and no-Monday tuora- ing On lull one Ihe tad William A. bead of the Auto Unloa, In acoord. As Io Iho lack ot Logan :o LI and we hare better ibe uhlrm, LUe men tilk bet; ter and think better. Thor also pay thelu1 union uuch uora and regularly than-ever There was DO dis- tillery Jn DclroH prodMtlon. The twenty-two bnwertw tWre hail annual oalput ol oalr a aallllou barreU and onlj of are noualcoholio Reran i-o Dotrott had bartendera, most o( whom hare lato f (Br sUfl correspondent of New In the phops de loje.ot which'De- troit has the rush ol trade walilm'K for ChrMmai. In a "popnlar price" restauraat rannhuf; thirty feet back from tie sidewalk, but so .narrow that