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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1918 NO is ft and wllI be no issue of The The kindest greetings of the season are attended to all readers of The Delegates Arrive to Enlist Aid of Allies in Restoring Ord er in Unhappy Ocorges and Vladimir brtli former Jlnssian are among the prominent Russians who Have ar tlved In Paris to assist the movement unifying Russia and there with entente The Russians representing many have ewpattntly reconciled political differences and are working toward a common Neutrals arriving In Parts from which city they left early jn say that condltlonsthere are constantly growing worse and 1hat the position of the foreigners is especially hard since all the neutral legations have been Neu tral caretakers In charge of embas sies and legations are unable to obtain food and probably will be forced to invasion of Esthonla Bol sheviW considerable pro sress with their penetration of KB ilionlan the official state ment of the Bsthonlan republic for Monday They have 25 miles west of bake anlhave forced the Bsthon ians bact in the Wesenberg northwest of Lake The tier CHARGES AGAINST MONTREAL OFFICIALS Martin yesterday made charges that alx two lieutenants one engine have been draw ing their salaries from the fire though they had not been The mayor claimed that these officers had been prom issd over a yaar ago by Chief but thai no ao tion been taken and mean while they had drawn their salar though absent f ram the The city eommfssloners arrf Investigating the oharges OF HI ALLIES Christmas Message text of the1 statement The BoUhevIkl taken Dor retreating King Vetoed To Have Ridden Awny Back in Procession cable to the Mall and Saturday without mentioning the Kings Intimates that II s Majesty vetoed plans for having Field Marshal Halt When Field Mai Foch did Premier Clemenceau recently attended the con enulne jof Halfs riiaoeTfttni smile isal nTWe to him Id Marshal BrUtah Many Prisoners tho one of the prisons of Pet 3205 persons being detaln ed by the according to Kussian advices received by The prisoners comprise the following Condemned by peoples 1 180 awaiting trial on accusations of breaking rfelshevlkl 330 ar rested by Bolshevik authorities with1 out being accused of any special 1504 arrested and no accusation made for more than two 260 Imprisoned for more than two months and authority for arrest before all tnings Is d loyat was ready to run after the 10th carriage if anybody was ordered to do so by tne war Happily a very august person who was In France at once vetoed the arrangement which prob ably would have provoked a riott Will Direct Supply of Food to the European Nations That Are American food anrl Edward chairman the American whipping called on President AVilson by appointment lato Hoovers visit was in connection with the problem of provisioning sections of Kuropo whore great food exists or is threatened as the result of the overrunning of the countries by Ger man troops or by exhaustion from the inability of the inhabitants to find labor to work the It is probable that the work of supplying will be retained under one head the inter eat of rapidity cT action and This it seems will le Hurley talked with Wilson on shipping One feature of the problem under is the application of the French government for permission to rehabilitate its merchant marine through the use of American ship building plants which were developed to meet war The French gov ernment has Andre when lie wasFrench i high commissioner to the United reminded Wilson that France was in the common of the ententev to complete i ly suspend the construction mer chant i Tardieu mt the time told the president that France could not even undertake to replace ships destroyed German or submarines If she turned her shipbuilding plants into munition factories to supply I entente armies artillery and am HC explained that the end of the would find France almost without ships and pendent upon foreign countries for tonnage it her appeal for aid was Uv 13 fffaboW lilli 1 ClnistJs And real ii I1 or i ike Christmas tnat bod has uas thtturdmi of the angels song on J inorninfrwhen for lory In tod and good of tlial crtffirst to o few fiiejiiniun earths surface than ever before rrlebrn twns gives fitting ample for personal and pMtic the unsfHakaUe love of Clod to and of which incarnated that love in J iko changinn nnd ggjgj g fj W V W HEATS OF THE VILLA BREAKS OUT EL Villas main which passed through destroyed worth of property of the CiisT Mining an Ameri can Villa was pur sued by Hernandez in the di rection of Cu sticvnerua MHHK 1 the jjrd I that the JllCIf IVGIU UtrifU i In the Election of Professor MacNeill of Dublin Uni versity Sinn Fein scored a marked victory today by the election Professor John MacNoill 6oe Dublin as Bity representative in received twice many votes aa Professor tho Natlonalls professor although he took no part in the Irish rebellion of was courtmartialled and sen fenced penal servitude for his as sociation with the Sinn Fein move ment He was released later through government Caught on the Fly THE LATEST announcement in dicating that the postdischarge pay Is to be graduated according to the length ot service and according to whether service was over seas oiC should remove many of the criticisms yeterans against the Now If the ments announcement that the whole pension matter la to be reviewed In dlcates anything as generous as the postdischarge pay scheme the ans should feel much better for Christ WORKING TWO eight hour shifts hi succession just aa good a Christmas present as some Ive had Our power house staff is badly deplet ert by the epidemic andI am doing my besttto fill Free IN SPITE OF the talk tha the rtu Is fraglng we are recelv ing reports of only an average o three houses a day where the epldemi has Whole families are goto but I repeat the type Is ver lu comparison with that of th first Due consideration is being given this but it is understood the chairman of the shipping board is disposed to withhold American shipbuilding facilities all foreign countries until the final peace treaty is is our prawii a 4k Jlfct German Writer Says Nation Still Strong Enough to Re sist Oppressive i Special cable to the and Reliance on President Wllaan to persuade the entente powere to desl with Germany so that a orderly government may be is urged by Theodore editor of the Berlin Tage In a remarkable Interview oiven by him to the dent of the Copenhagen which haa been here to the Dally We supposed we were te ha given over to brutal be said our course might have been Our front was un broken at the time of the We stand fast by President Wilsons program real peace not on the dictation of peace and we the president to persist In We shall demand that AHaca Lorraine be given the voting and determining for ItaaiT the future government and we shall urgp the same prlv lagea for the German eastern provlncea and for the entente suppose that Germany has been so humbled as to be it Is a mistaken for will not be cowed Germany will rlae again and will be a atrongtfaetor Imthe European Her central poei tion ia dominating she Pot be held New of song Peace on Famous Pianist to Head Government With Aid The Allies jan the pianist and prominent mthe Polish arrived here to FAMOUS FARMS LI v IN HOME WATERS ij NEW fighting fleet from Including nine 1 with the Pennsyl flagship of Admiral commander of the as fe will arrive eff New York barber Vk lust In time te great paace review by Secretary of ths Navy Thuraday OCLED IN UPH or Milioraeh who was injured In the fall an airplane at north Moaday afternoon i great Unprovement durlnr the In the accident the pilot of the who a British officer IrtUal ess unions througli ut the United Kingdom agitating or 44 hours a This would mean eight hours a day for five days ot the week and four hours oc Satui The National transport workers fed eration has presented to all the muni cipal and privately tramways a demand for a working week ot 44 hours at the present weekly Representatives of tbe federation engineering and shipbuilding trade3 and representatives of the employers recently held a meeting at which was decided that hour week without any reSuctlon In existing wages constituted a reasonable at tempt to readjust working An agreement wan entered Into be tween tho employers and the man pro viding that the unions should make 111 efforts to insure that in the unset tled state through which the country haa to pass the greatest possible out put should be It was agreed also that economic conditions and tyatema and basis of pay should be tho 8UbJect of early consideration and that the parties concerned should deal with these conditions from a br6ad national It was pro vided that agreements for avoid ng disputes should be entered Ittto Im mediately with all of the trane The comwomlea ot a 47hour week has been passed upon by tha engin eering and shipbuilding union and a count of the ballots shows It was ac cepted by to MARK THE GOODS dlan via Vlctsry legislative assembly has passed a that all M clearly with the country of tnelr The bill will prevent German asods paaalng the customs being Admiral commanderin chief of the tjigh seas fleet ViceAdmiral commander of the Baltic and director of the dockyards at have been dis according to a telegram from is have but to believe it with the simple fMh of shepherds to be wntle lid this is the needthat world it i trofo nd significance dfd the prophet speak of His coming lo Stlenations that that a I suffwnt Swonr tie So of the of borninBehlehcm is the world This is the gloriowVhnsfvw and be a joyous to us we receive ilm all and do our best co convey it in its to the wide thA naltic with the BvHish military on The Berlingske Tldende expresses the belief that PederewlBkls mission s to found a new Polish government under entente Ubsllad wait goods are liable to and also sub i TOBEINIERNED French troops of occupation havfc Included a suburb ef Frank in their and contrary to the promisesof Marshal the chairman of the German ar mistice commission The French commandant had or dered all males there who were not residents before the war to be The Herald Fund Closes After Remarkable Record ie of The Germans have not completely complied withthe clMiaeof the armistice providing for the deliv ery of all their ac cording to ths which eint out particularly In this connection the prmssnee at on the Norwegian of submarine cruiser This is a vessel of the most recent displacing credited with having made cruise of four months and half without taking Already acknowledged BohfimianCiseh National Warner Bill and Pauline Kennedy N Jack and Dorothy Me Wlnogene Brandow Standard Bank of Canada Shop Employees Swanson Storks May and Muriel Henry Hallworth Bi and Mrs F Wad Madeline and Edith Hall Metemaris and Wolfram ftvycc and Edith much has been donated this year as n past and The Herald and the Nursing Mission officials take this op Dortimtty of expressing their great ratitude to the citizens for their genj Many will be made nippy this Christmas and comfortable hroughout the wiuter as a result ot his Not all of the tmia s being spent on Christmas In act only about half of it is being ised forChristnias good things to tha needy The balance has been wisely reserved by the Nursing Mis sion officials for comforts for the most needy famines thrpufh tho There will be many for and every cent of tho fund will wisely und satisfactorily thero needbe of tUat 08 fttroijiea city will ruceivo iA a result ot tlu thftt many of VHJ V looked ater during the the and recelva the of Ufa that they not In T fiMnnN the bamniet to be given Friday fin in honor of President Wilson are similar to those made for the King of Denmark during hla recent visit to The substitution of the dinner to be Riven by Premier Lloyd George forthe banquet which was to be given at Lancaster House on Saturday night means that it will be a much smaller Tnd more intimate the wes ident meeting only a small bod ot men from the It has boon decided that Wil son will dine with King George at Buckingham Palace on Monday even ing He will leave the pulnce at uHie oclock Tuesday pass through linen of troops on Ids way to Iha star tion and lalce the Uain for WSON op freedom of the city of will be be stowed upon President Wilson his visit The city council yesterday voted to take such tion as Prince Col the mayor of The resolution was adopted by accla RETURNED Tbe Herald Christ tiheer fund wllUcloue alter the High rnont fund ovor about four times THE WEATHER Forecast Fair no 10 NEW 5J865 1 olllHera and meu of army home the Frenchliner now army reached here Among them were 214 wounded officers wounded of whom 333 classed as mental is the Record Some Great Yields Have Been Produced on These One the most Important sales to be recorded in aouthernuM berta for a long aad one whicU Sblishes the stability Of farm lands more than nounced this when one of the oldtimers o sold his famous ch and crea in for sottethlng A Record This price for large tn lands In southern bach announces that tha tho Monarch have a large part of the loins their own ana D a who haa been farming for the past yeat afc has purchased the largest por Califorrilak and it thusiastic over TheMiebachfarms are among most noted in southern Threa sectiws adjoin the famous Nobl farms at the balance be ng at adjoining the site of that Mlebacl been In this district for the past years and has farmed these farms since that time he built up not only a beautiful but oue of the most productive farms In the acreages have been kept In the district the average crops on tnese arms and those in the neighborhood tor thJ paBt 14 yeaw baa bushels of In W5 Mie bach took off bushels of wheat rQm Ms In 1018 alto Igether about worth of the getting tousktw 01 wheat Nflt Ueava Miebach not by any going to leave Lethhrl1 He Btill has large He avothig his to the Ford garage recently and he wiw iiold3 leases lu irlct on which he at tho present ol the has fanned large tracts f for and U to la with his new ;