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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Delegates Arrive to Enlist Aid of Allies in Restoring Order in; Unhappy Country. PAklS, Ido'c. 28.-Prince Goorfe* LvoK ,and VJadimJi- KokovsalS, b3tU former JliiBilan .premiers, are among tbo prominent Russjfins who liave ar-Jlved in Paris to assist the movement of unltyl^ng Russia and restorih^rder there with entente aid. The; RuMians hero, ;represen^ing many parties,* have eppatently reconciled their, political ai-e extended to all readers of ? ' "Ml King Vetoed Plans^ )Viw To . Have Ridden Awny rfafck in , ProceBsioii . . Will Direct Supply of Food to the European Nations That Are Starving. PARIS, Dec. 24.-Herbert  C. Hoovor, American food administrator,, i^a^d Edward N, I-Iurley, chairman of, tlie American shipping 'board, called on President AVllson by appointment lato yesterday. Mr. Hoover's visit was in connection with the problem of provialonmg sections of Europe �whore great food shortage exists or is threatened as the result of the over-running of the uountrles fiy.Qer-man troops or by exliaustion from the inability of the Inhabitants to find labor to worlc the soll.^ It'is probable that the work of supplying will be retained under one head m ths interest of rapirtlty of action, and efficiency. This head, -it seems certain, will lie Mr. Hoover, " Mr. Hurley talked with Mr. Wilson on shipping subjects. One feature of the problem. under consideration is the application.of tJie Fi'oncli governments for permlssioa to rehabilitate its merchant marine Th(^' Christma's Message (Bv Hbv. C. 33rCiiAGG, B.t).). hlcss- everybody,'' says ilio hUIc boy in one of_ Clm'ies^mckem' Chnsimds stories. And Ihe real niessaga of the CMk^mas -is; that God has blessed everybody. For thai was thei'^urdmiof the angel's song on- iUe-first Chnslina.^ inoTniri'b%%tihenlUey cried forth, "Olori/ to Clod in the highest. and'onMrth peace; good will toward men." And tiianl God. that. crf^irSi v.ttcred to a feto shepherds upon the liills of Judea, is-'heing heard and listened to over a wider area of the earth's siirfac'e today, than ever before in all Hs forlorn and r ,^-^,^r^^r W /d^Ai^ioi' 'through the use of American ship- '.n'it^^l^-nd'^mfliJ^^-S^ plants which were developed sheT�MM�ra.4makins considerable pro-' 1*11^,^�.T* R^vfp,,^;^!^^^^^^ meet war needs. The French gov- sross^^JOiftheir penetration of Ks- f.^.^l-f niml' itfl^^^^^^^ ei-nnieHl ha. already, through, Capt. tliopiari''territory, the official state-j tJ^K^^B a name Inl^^^^^ Andro Tardleu, when he was-trench n^�t o^th,?Bsthojii.u republic .^or | Majesty v^t^d^pj^^^^^^^^ ^Ln'""^^ TJiey hfaye taken, i: miles ^est i�lce; ye forced .the 3>tU}'i;>;i- iLfkke: Pelptisi - jThe Oei^: MhIf region tare' jtiVement onr ftjjga-. Vbe r statement jrew'dV; - ' ,>Tli^.Bbl8iievlkl hay�u.1�ken Dor; %'^K^ihf'^9>^?''^ /retreating ' ' � Many Prisoners t LONDONiil^c; 24t-In tho ,;'KreBtI '^f HalVs' IZ'^lZs. greeting;must biye::maao*�fl*''jsn^il^i Inwatgly at-the ^ . ------- interest of the entente^ to completely suspend the construction, of mer- a ttiC3.f^eekfi a|d; ^'^^^^roc^^sio things ^rs^ftntiya^ penitentiary, one ot the priaons'of ?et-' ^ ^rm after the Ibth carriage if ,roprlid, 3205 persons are. being detain- anybody was ordered to do so by the �ed' by the Bolshevlki, according to war council. Happily^ fc very august --.....- ------- '-'France, at-once Russian advices received by ..Reuter's. Person who was in -t:^ uivv,^ Cslpt. ,Tardieu mt the time told-.the- 'iS^rirttuh ''"^ertake to replace ships -destroyed J'--'by GtrmaiL,tor .Austrianvsubmorlnes ^JI If'She turjied her shipbuilding, plant*: ^iWiib rt? Into munition factories to supply the' iiprpns, ,wr-1 armies with artillery, and'"aim- munition. He explained that the end of the war, therefore, , would find Prance almost 'without ships, andiida-. pendent upon foreign countries -'for tonnage i-t her appeal for aid was unheard.. \ . ^ before aU iert in,||SjidAlfe^gnMt perem'ent. during: i^e r^�4kCcident'the)(pilot of,-t^^^ i,^^toi1iiras fi BfKlsh offijpejr) -IjONDON,' Dec.?i3:r^.(Brlt^Bh . .tire- less Bervice)-r-Labor. unions, -throughout the United Kingdbmaraf agitating for 44 hours a week/. Tliis f would nfean elglit hours a dfcy^for five days of the week and.fbur hours oa Saturday, ^'l - I The National traaBi\Drt.workers' fed-' eratlon has presented to all the.municipal and prlvdtely 'ownid ; tramways a demand for a'wqskiug-:week of 44 hours at the present weekly wages. Representatives' of .the federation of engineering and : shipbuilding ^ trades and representatiresvof tile employers recently beld a n^jetih'gWwlilch it -was decided that ^a'^iforty^even hour week without ;any.reaiiotion; Jn e;cistinB wages'cD�latit))ited:;a' reasonable at^ tempt to re-adjuBt.workingrfliinaitlona.,| An^^atreement:,waB; enXeted; jiJto* between the employeVs an^'thij m'en providing that tHe unions sliould make all efforts to insure tUat'fn'the unsettled state thrpug3i;;wla447rh6ur week has been pasaediupoti by ths, engineering and shipbdllding union and a count ot the balldt{i shows It Vas accepted b^ 286,S4S to'146,620.; FLEEIDISiSSEDj COPENHAGEN, Dec. 24.-Vlce-Admiral Hipper, commander-in-chief of the German. t}igh seas fleet; Vice-Admiral Bachmann, commander of the Baltic fleet,. and. Capt. Hinke, 'director of the dockyards at Kiel, have been dis-. missed, according to a telegram-from Berlin. - - MARK THE.iaOOD Mm *ir|l?br^;i^g'lsi&?5[ffi'fc?(7^^^ a t^ll^f�^m>fi!}^B that >�. the ^country of t thalr; origin.-.'The' bill will p'r*tf�ntA'Qi^�m�n^*(|[eod^ after pawing>.^hi .eV>ton)� being .labelled "wadaii|^^Mitr*Hii�"- and I Ua^ 4 toi fpifeltMra^ lind >a ao Pub- CO'PENHAGEN, Dec. 24.-:Thp. French troon^ of;, occupation rhayjfe, included NIed, a-suburb ef Frankfort, In their zoj|ie, and contrary to the promiaesfof Marshal Foch, the chairman of the German armistice commission complains. The French commandant had or-, dered all- males there who were not residents before the war to be interned. ,' i .. the uris^iedkable love of God to men. and of ihe^uiispeakabla ^ gift lohim i^cwrnated that love in Vhnst. �fi4^i:by year, amid the changing seasons, and amid the vicissitu^esiof the centuries, above the- claslh of contending armies, ovvr bloody battlefields, through -plagtie stricken cities, over-; tragedies -of sin and sorrow, through hells of ' cruelty, oppression and fraud, ilie Christmas bell'- peal^ut t their gla^.tidings, and the Christmas morning has dawned as remenibfonoer of God's great purpose for humaiiiiy and harbinger of,Us eventual and inevitable fulfillment. A far cry - it seems to us in ihehovr of Faith's weakness, a fdr cry in both directions, far to that fair morning wfien to the affrighted shepherds came ihe sweet and certain note of the angel'.-i - message^ and stitt farther to thaj, glad day when our earth shall gloto-with tne full ftboding of tlie sun of Righteousness, and 7'ejdiee in the full reigning of the Prince of Peace. Bid that morning is coming;'every r\.3vr Cliristmas attests its coming,'andiCi/ery neto Christinas brings it nearer,  Andiihow much the GhriStma^s means, Christmas w ihe ' festival df^-the common peoplVi. The common people hoard him aladl^^'Ii was.jiptrio the throned king, pr the proud . 'couHief^,.of{f,ho robed:,priest, or the learned-scribe, or the rich niercii^nt, that the;glad news first came; but to ihi3 , humble shtAhe-rds of Jmea. Good,men doubtless were these .shepherdsj-^ut the, mem keeping^ watch- was not in itself a spirUuat^^n^ercise. Love and labor,--service and sacrifice are .,: the grandjtaples-of lif&.Andhov) significant in-ike light of, ihe jc^^^riykars aroitlese .words. And to men so occupiedi. meed tkvttdv^t of His Son, The first worshipper^ toOmo thd'hnee ioGl^tJi)er.6 these men fromthe fieklsy � They were/also ilie^fn^ihieralflsqf the:new,:^ing.. Ghr\^ie^i^i&,iKe f.eSiiva^af'/.goOld^-VJi}k^ OnJ^of-tli^e old ' commendaiorsUiomplaink ihat'idhen ffKe.'dngeh safig,na.,ghe- '�. �loas present] to write-.dovm the �/liusic.'. We^ know that for 'perfection in', the liberal arts, architecture, sculpture; paiiii-ingsi literature, poetry,'and aratory, antiquity gives, us our �iest models. But not so in music. Mwic is the expression of..' > '-embiion. Without lofty impassioned feelings Uiere-^can be no^. lofty and impassioned m,usio. Whatever the music of the ancients was, one.thing is certain; it could only express the emotions of a people whowere-".wxthoutQod,and -without . : hope," Without Jesus and the Christmas, men miqht sing of erotic love, of.'war, of unholy Gods. But ihe noble and spirts itualmmib of our ChHstian psalms, hi/nins and'^spiritual songs; of our chants and anthems^ began with the angel's song'Peace on Earth.'" the.'.university representative in parliament.; He received twice as many votes) as Professor Conway, tho Nationalist candidate. Professor MacNeill, although'- lie took no part 'in. the Irish"rebellion' of 1916, was courUmartialled and-sentenced to. penal servitude .for ;his as-, sociation with the' ^Inp.. F^in'. movement. He was released later through government amne?ty�'-,':;. , , Famous Pianist to; H Mrs. H. B. ' Chisholm, Warner ... 5.00 Glnty, Bill and Pauline . !CK�ney ...... ...... X PARIS, Opc. 24.-(H^va8)^TIlfl.' Germans have not >com|fie1iefy^'" compiled with"the cl^Use''of''the*' armistice providing t^d'Fthe.deliV-' ery of all Hhetr 'subinarlnesK.' afcy^ ' Oordlngto the' MAtlnv!wh'i^ft>fi>4lntsU out particularly In tMm conneetlonf-the priase'fiW'af TrondhJen�,,:-oFi.;' the Norwegian^ooast, of su^ma^fie f'-� crulser U-157. This is a-viessel of, ^ the most, recent type,' displaclngiv. ~ 1,800 tons, credited with havrfiip.. made �, crulrfe of- four month's dfKi:.'-'-^ a. half wlthoUt'liiaking port* Mrs.' D. E. Kennedy ... V^.E. MIebach ......... JacK. and Dorothy Mc- ',"1.! Caff ery......;... ... /^-Wlnogene Brandow .... Standard Bank of Canada Ct P. R. Shop Employees ' 6.' .Swanson ,......... Fi E. Sta,rke....... Matlorle, May and^iMuriel H'eijry Hallworth'iiv.....  feVC. H................ Mr. and Mrs; P. Wad- '"^dington............. /Madeline and Edittt.Hall- ,-vworth .............. ;'R"bs�f?Ti�rieand> Wolfram ''4fcyoe and Edith Craig.. � :*V*tal'............. 3.00 2.00 2.00 25.00 . 3.00 1.00 11.00 29.60 . 1.00 , -50 , ' 5,00 . - e.OQ - .AOO .fi' 6.00 2,00 . .J?,00 , 2^ f TiiJeT/evening 'Ifhe Herald Christ-ItlitaQ :.',eed?^j3e. flQ,jteiar-'ai? tJjat.- .l^omorrow, G8 .,f|;myjQft� in tilie: citywill,, receive Chri^^a>ainjPPi!B'aa: a;;,rQBult; of. the funij. t'i^fiyopdMh^t! many of thes� fumlUeW|>J)L %^,lpo>ced ^{ter during tbt'.rf8t''iiPJCivi}i| -ft'lnte;?, an4 recplve! the n#cesi^lfi?'jof'l^^efctljat.they are' ing. He will leave the piilflce. at. ullie o.'clock Tuesday morning, passi through lines of troops on-his way to Uie station'and talce the t�.ain, for Dover.- not; in ^jjQsiHogj'tQ j)rp.v40BK,~D:e,; sales to lie recdrdad'in eouth'enii AI' berta for a long tims; aad ond'^yitlclt ;j^atablishes the. 8tabiUtr7 lands in southern A\l>erta. ' UlriSi^JHe'' ^ bach annauncee tbaf,'ili^>i^yliotil;,..ol|.V}ia'i,v j been farming for the past yeait at' Ghin, has purchased: theilargest^vpoTfo tlon of 'tile. farm. vJIr.-.|Iaiiiytcomei : ? frpm Merced,-CaMpyrflak and Uf'/nf ;i thusiastic.over hi^a'unjka�e..-;,J5;,vi.'>.,.' The'^ Miebach-tarjns/are - ^mo4g v-th* '' ' most notda-ln BoUttterd'JAlb^rtftTf^hteir^: fi^^ sectlojis adjoin the .famous Nobl� ' farms at Noblafordi�*ke=.balance;.-be- 1'', ing at Monarchy adjoining the ^io,wn.i9':/^v^^ acreages whlcUv have been kept Jiv^\tliei';%: ^1 di8trict,.thi9".average crops on\U�e�e , ^ farms and those in the neigbbot'liood 'i for-years,(ftn