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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xii. NUMBER 12 'alloual trailsport wbrkava1 fed- cratlou has presented to aU tlie.nium- clpal and tramways a demand for a- worjiirig -.week of -M the veeltly .wages. ot tbe redtiraiicn ot engineering aai) shipbuilding' trades and repfeaenUtWes-.of the. einnloyera recently beld a at wliich II- vras. decided tliui LOUT Troek without .unr hi ciisllnB wages-' coristiiiyted reasonible at- tempt to readjust woT chief of the German, rjigh fleet; t VEce-Admiral Bachmann, commander of the Baltic -and Cap.t. Hlnkt, 'director of the dockyards at Kiel, have been dis- missed, according to a telegrain from .Berlin. bleu saw "IS boy 'Hie or Christmas dories. And the rial iiiewje the Cliristmat w, that God Itas bteswd tvcrylodg. for Ilia! ifti-i the'tiurdm of the ungd's simij on tfief lint Cltrislma the wide tforld. GE IHRttfSOFl VILLA BREAKS OUT EL PASO, Texas, Oec. Vllla'a ma'n commano', .which passed through Cusihulriachlo, Chihuahua, Wednesday, destroyed worth of property of the CutTMining Company, on Ameri- can corporation. Villa was pur- sued by Gen. Hernander In the di- rection of Parell. foil) tlta'hicc to Clirisljt'fre these tnen from Ihe eu iscro'a'io (he.firsl.ltcralfls cf (he neiii'.Kintj. C'n risings A. ffic 'feitifatiofaoad -'isilj. of old In (he Election -of Professor jMacNeill. or Dutlin UnU versify DUBLIN'. Uec. Sinn Fela scored a mirXed vJclory today-liy the election of Professor Johii' Dublin 'University, .as tbo'iinlver ally In pLirHamcnt. .Ho received .twice ag many voted? as Professor Conway, llio TvaUbaa candidate, Protessoi- llacXcill, although'- he took no pnrt 'in the Irish rebellion of 191G, was lenced to. tonal servlltiile for Ills as sociatlon n-llll the' SJlun.Fjin. move nt. He waa released later through government j German Writer Says Nation I Still Strong Re- sist .JVIeasures. LONDON, Dec, (Special cable to the Mill and Rellancg on Prtildtnt to ptnuadt Ihe entente pawcrc to deal with Germany that a orderly government may be astured, Is urged by Theodore Wolff, editor of the Berlin Tage- blatt, (ji a remarkable Interview Bit-en by him to the corrjetpon- dcnt of the Copenhagen Polltlken, which hsi been tslcBrspbcd here to the Dally Exprell. f "Wevjlf the entente ..suppose that Oerrnany hat been so- humbled as to be powerless, Ib Is- a reckonine, '.for will not be towtd threilt. Germany will rite: again and will beVxtronej'facto'r jri'the EurOfrfan farnlly.-Her centnii flill-, tlon'it she ci'rj- net he held s '.A' Famous Pianist fo" Government Aid of; The Dec. Jan Paderewlski, Ihe rainoua i'olish pianist and prominent 1u; the.-yrprk ,ot Polish reliabilitatioii, to- day an boar'd-ft, BrllUh cruiser thai liad'been placed at his disposal .by tho British government. -Tbe .cruiser con- tinued ler voyage tor iormer port of oiitiet ol Poljnd (he Baltic) with M. raflerewiskl and the British attache, Col. on-, board. t i BerHngske eipressW the 'belief, that PedereTviikl's lulssipn id to found a new I'olleh govcrnrne'nl uader cntento IN i PARIS, Ullott o( Major-Gen. Cbarles' D. wio wn injured In the it LoDroares, north- itl Parts.. MotiUy tttcrnoon. ireil laproTniieDt daring- lhnd Pauline Crianey.............. X 2.00 O. E. Kennedy 3.00 VH. E. Miebacn......... Jack and Dorgthy Mc- Cattery.............. 3.00 Wlnegene Brandew..... 1.00 1 Standard Bank ef Canada 11.OD C. P. R. Shop Empleym 2S.60 G; Swantnn 1.00 F; E- Stsrke -SO JUarJorie, May and Muriel SJM rftnry Hatiworlh V 2.00 t'.C. H................ 6.00 Mr- and FL Wad- 'Madeline and Edtth Hall-' worth.............. 2.00 RMemarie and Warfnrm 2.00 RtoyCe and Edith Craig.. 'Total a i evening Toe Herald fherr food WllUclcse- Bttcr the much has becu -dobMcd 'this year as in. past years, -and Th'e Herald anil the N'urslng Mjssioii officials tnkc this op- of Hpresslug their great LONDOX, Dec. (or Hie baniiliel to" be. Given nfght honor ot Prosldenl.Wilso'n arc similar lo those mnde Cor the Klng.b Denmark during bis rccsnt visit 1C London. The substitution of thn diuiier to b batrjuet which -was .to ho given .'a Lancaster House on Saturday.'nigh means that it will be raucb :smalle and more Intimate salLerin.gMthei Went mceling only.a small'., body o men from Ihe Tmnerial'war'cablnet. U has been decided lhat ilr.'-Wl son will tline with Kins Clporgc. a Ruckingham Talacc on Monday 'even gratitude to the citizens lor their gen- palace crosity. Many families will bo made 'o'clock happy this ChHBlhias and'coratorlable througlwut the_wintcr a result and lhe this luerosily. Not. .ill of the -lund is being spent on Chrlsiuas cheer. In fact '.only about lull ot it Is. being (or ChriBlra'is food Ihlngs to lha needy balance lieen n-isejy reserrftl by lhe Xurslns Mis- sion officials lor'corhforts for the most needy' ramifies' Jhrpugii (he winter. There: "Wilr uc calls' -fur-.uicce, and every cent of the fund will satisfactorily apejil, then! necii ,fear'. bC Ilial.- .Tomorror, 6S. liwUies.ln.lbe "illy', will, receive a re.rjit. ol tbe fund. Beyond that', many of tnesij families. Vill lie. looked alter during lhe- real pi' the vintcr, and reoefvvi the necessaries of llfe.tbat they arc- 1 n.orniug. pass tiroug y to Uie i for Dover. WILSON TO'GET FREEDOM 'Of ROME PARIS, Dec., freedorn cf the city of will be stcwed upon President his visit there. The city council yeslerday voted to- tion as by Prince- Col- onna, the mayor of Rome. The resolution was aiicated by ?ccU- mation. MEN. i_; not in a.position lo provide tor odcers ar.d men of tfiie Amejicatj.ovt selves. v jseas homo j Trench liner an army i transport, rearheil here today. Among Hlfh THE WEATHER. remarsablc 'record.tht bai Low over made. Just abcit four u Fonort: 214 offtccrs and Fair; no changi. l.oOl wounded men, of as ir.cnlal hom 223.Tei-c is the Rtcord P Some Great Yields Hiye Been Produced on These One of Iho moil iraportmni. larni ales to bs recordtd in Houtbem. AI- perla for a. lone time, ud me ;stabIlEhes the. sUbllltT arm lands' Vioro-than in', nounced tills mbrnirig, when illebncbj ops of the iistrict, 'Solil at ilo'narcli ajnd tijfiilins; i200 acres i'n allj''for '.s A Record 7his price eslibllshea probahlj' During that time he his built up riol only a beautiful .'.jarni home, bot one of the most farms In the country. -According" acreages Khich.have been kept is the average crops on tieM farms tnd those in the nelghborhoMl lor Iha, past 11 ycsrs liis 25 bushels oC wbeat. In J915 Mr. ille- bach look off busneli cf wheat In 1916 he got kfther about SO.fXW bniheils. In 1917, a less Ihin average year, he wld a toil! o( of jmttiti off ths Tarrosy bastals ot Nfot Going to any meiris going to. leave; the. dfc- Irlct, Ho EtilLhas'. large' Mrmtt here, i He Is dpvpUng bis ilteaUM lo g'arage hbsitt-ttaiithkb be recently aciuirc'dr'and be also still nolds large cattla fcis.cs In tWtSin- trict'otrVMch tie Irranrrl at the present tlsie. Mr. Handy, of tbe has farmed large' Irecti iu for yean, and Is lpe4 to t bat" data farming. ,Ho is uith bis ncir purfhi ;