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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VE, ALBKRTA, WKDNP.SDAY, DKCEMBKR 2-1. 1919 SIXTEFA' PAGHS NTMBER 12 'Icbiscite Taken Sunday Shows 75 Per Cenl of Population in Favor V1LL ALLOW K1UME TO nETEKMINE FATE No More War In Europe Hope Of Premiers PARIS, Dec. his address before the chamber of deputies yeeterday Premier Clemenceau states that the alllts would main- tain a barbed wire around Russia, notably by aiding Rou- manians and others along the frontiers. Resuming hit discussion of the London conference, Premier Clemtnceau said: "Mr. Lloyd George toid me 'if reached an understanding there will be no more war in Eur- ope.' I replied hap- pcnSj you can count not only on me, who am temporary, but on France." HO.MB, Utic. consequence of oulits regarding the first plebiscite Fiunie, another was talvun on ay, the renuUa being that 75 per cut. of the votes hclny cast in favor ihe Hal govern meat's propos s, relative to the future occupation the clly, according lo the ,1'ajor Oiuriali, choice d'Ariuunz'o's cabinet, 'id the basis of nErec- ient was as 'oliows: 'The Italian government, will kcr its possession the whole of tin riuisUce line, reafiirmlng the Fiunie to determine its own fate. Tole Is taken of the wishes of Fiume, expressed Oct. 30, I91S, and re- f firmed Oct. 30, J9U', and it is larcd Italy vrill flever accept pjiy thnr solution. Fiume receive fi- ncial aEslsionce so that it will lie ic to establish its life oud to re- me its aciivities under the regime a free port. During the transitional period, H is !d, the Italiau government wll) not crnse ita sovereigu rights over tlie'- independence of which mil in be dilntnislied or vio- leti. Tlie gbyernment will not ac- ept anyv'jpluUoii tending to separata o .surrounding territory rom thtt'-rflipthec incaa- vhile wiir'occuny a'tid guarantee the legfity'of Viuhie and its territory vith regular troops, which will be ex- uaivcly.of Italian nationality. The fghts of ilie local, militia which the jfy of Fiunie has established will be Gsn. Badoclio HcporU :ROMB, -Dec.. Baf; laliiin chief of staff, arrived lien rom yiiijnc and conferred witH Pren ar Nitti pud King Victor lOmniitnttcl -ater the premier a long inter Had iieen Ailing For Some Time ttut Death Mras No( Expected Forty Candidates for Municipal Honors al Windsor Chat- ham Has Over 20 LAKOR FOR MAYOH, HAMILTON WIXUSOK, Ont., IKC. names were Jilacctl in nomination here ttyjay .for the twelve seats on the (.onncll Ihc srentest number in tlie city's history. Mayor Winter was re-ok-ck-d by acclamation. Big Field in Garnia SARNIA. Dei-. 2-i.- Sarnia I uoniiuattons niRlu brouj-ht out !he larsept iiumber of in the history of the for ylucts ou tlie CHRISTMAS, 1919 How Lethbridge Will Celebrate Not far.s'K years has celebrated Christmas as it will be celebrated tomorrow. For four yaara wlille the war raged the Christmas spirit was'tinned with a note of sadness and a longing for the loved ones who wert facing shot and shell In France and Flinders. Christmas, 1918, was marred by the 'flu epidemic which wac ranging ut the ,time to which had brought sad- ness to too many iiomes throughout the city. But Christmas, 19191 This year people seem to have made up their minds thnt they are going to enjoy themselves to the full and up for lost tinis. Even the H. C. of L. is not belsit; allowed to raise his head to spoil the spirit of the festive, season which has mads itself so evident during the p2St week or so. Lethbridfje is going to have a Merry Christmas, too, because the spirit of giving seems to have taken hold of the people. The Christmas Cheer Fund, which fias become an annual institution' in Lethbridge, is over the objective today, and through its aQenEy joy will reign In many homes tomorrow where otherwise the spirit ol the day would be absent. "Secure Ir. tht knowledge that the Isss fortunate have been wetl carrd 'or, Lethbritfgians may therefore eat their Christmas turkey in perfect peace of spirit and let themselves loose tor the first real Christmassy Christmas since 1913. Here's the way the big day is being recognized by the various insti- tutions in Lethbridge: Nursing Mission Santa Glaus Miss'Ttlk-v. superintendent of tun Nursing Mission, was so busy when hy tbe Herald thai she Imd little Nominated. On January 1, Mayor I is doing to diffus liaui NOEbilt auil the ilisaion is to The MACLEOD, Dec, well known nd prnmfaonl figure, tn ihe life of Sacleoil has been taken away In the of M. Campbell. K.C.. which ook place tonlshl at Tils-home at S 'clock. Deceased had hpcn ailing lor le last two vroelis, but It was not onsiclered that there was Anything crlously wrong with htm. tn.fact he lail been out anrt about during tbe ast few days and many met him on ho sireet day beforft hia death: IB appeared tn be Indisposed all and tort to tbe bonne. To- varda evening ho was feeling very ,icfc anil the doctor v.'as summoned ut by Ihe time he readied the iiidoriiutnlc tltifcet. when 23 men wore linib to talk nboui what the Jlisskjii diffuse Christmus Cheer. devolving the main burden of seelnti iliat Santa Claus visits all Iiomes in.; the city, and-ac- tion is the tliere. How- Tilley slated that, Lliunks to kindness of the 'arm and would re- turn only after fiaVing obtained a do- rfnite of tne Fiume ami tialic legeased hail passed away, was'due- The late M. K. C.; was bom fn llarrle, Ont., and hud been In MacleoJ for twenty years. In addition o uracUslng Crown Prosecutor. Ills .-wife- Miss Kortright and a brother soino :ime In iubjitlon' to -ttie widow, the dereissd leaves two.sons. Ilugli ?-nd had .A-sister of -the Mr. Camnliell is Mrs. TJnnlngy whr> for soni'eiime waa inl-Iethlirlfise. Mia mother.Wa's also well Jo nianyin Ivolhhriclge. ;Sh'e jnri-lT'es her son arvd has her'home -in The late irlcutifiet! with" .'artlyilips of Macleod. As "an biri-Unier'-he known to all'In tlie'clty aha'pul- He wtil 16 missed In whom his breezy disposition sinl sen- lallly' alwaj'3 appealed. "CY" SLOCLfM the .real Santa ClauK Booker K out atwr.a-fourth f aud they are doing successive term as mayor, and. is jNo fltiC( inir A i i i r iliellcve, Has lieen overlooked- v, t v: V, I At nieii -'sre1' running Wr Hie of control, as Eollp' Alderman Calvin" rjavin editor AtchCEon. Alderman T. C. Gleado Controller .Tnttsen. ex-Aldermen Lanes, Alderman T. G'Heir and t Matron M. Uubbs fltvtlie for Christ ha- sil.-nllarges for Cunst M and one aduli Ste Is arranging a fine.spread tor Sny Four After Chatham MaycraLly -CHATHAM. (Jin., DPC. yeraoits wfire Tiominaied for mayor, IS for the Btty 12 for tUe buanl of education, six for the water corn- mission and one for the public Titili- tiys conicnlEslon at Ihe municipal numl-1 V- iier patients ami in. addition Hie Ko- w lary fMnh IE p.rranging to proridu the Tlity did not farnet ihe adult uallcnjtf either. "They have neon very sairl JJobbs. Christmas in tht Churches Tne. special Christinas services a treat for the remaining 90. V biy Christtiias flmner with roast rk and apple tin; piece All Counsel Objected lo Judge's Charge to Jury Which Was Strongly Against thp Prisoner. WINNIPEG, Dec. jury reported at that R. B. Russell was guilty on all seven counts on which he stood indicted. The first count was "seditious the next five were for committing overt acts and the seventh was "committing a common nuisance. WOULD EXEMPT HONEST STRIKERS WINNIPEG Dec. is expected thai some time during Ihe morn- ing jury in the case of R. B Russell, strike leader, charged with seditious conspiracy and committing a common nuisance bring in their verdict. In a forma! statement before the jury retired at midnight the foreman indicated that it was possible that a decision might, be the jury the judge conlended thai sympathetic strikes were illegal. "Those who take part in an unlawful general sym- patrrttic strike con hardly hope lo take benefit from clauses ini tne cam hen exempt honest strikers, honestly striking, m an honest strike men extmpi r.v Mh.r thinos his lordship cited as d he sad? An ong cS.r t hinos his lordship c.ted a, that Sprkad djssension throughout the country and M.U. concluded hi, charge to the jury ha, rr n: -s go to the court of appeals. Justice Metcalfe's Ctmge Dec. lordship His ctaige definitions o! seditious conspiracy. .Wed ha. th. accused the jury llle found that llussells inten- tions were bonaMe. (bat he had no malicious motives no gulUy mind. It would have lo be shown in the the sinker. W. A. Pritchard had heeri called one of the most active speakers and workers in the Socialist parly Mid issued propEgairta for the One Big Union. Ho atateii .lohna was another of tlie Ked3 had gained Control of the '1'rades anil Labor Council, one o! the delegates to the Calgavy conference. "As for 'went on Ihq evidence that there vras a cnmmon letter lu the mouth design, ho said, otherwise there j which leaves a hail taslo is: the-.evid- not a- ronspiracv; The act ni a i-nn-1 nf secretary of .tho suirator prior to'the time lie ami the j tomm'iltVe'." llobluson had mused met was evidence aEOU.Pi tlio j (n responsibility r for If they found the jmiseu i swore that he did his duty mi others liaiidocl lugeUier tor an II- lha clly churches will for the most nations hereiyefterday. ing "Cy" 'Slor.uni, turf- man and ivell Known racehorse owned, horau here last night of heart disr" yc-avs old. Slocuni was Stevenson anfl Rriscne.' II. lied- ti'l'd elected (o tbe public utilities 5. S.'Candidale -.TORONTO. Dec. .'tbe tiret time in llie history of the separate school board, voting hy lot iviil be iu order in commission election, hut there is lo be only oni: contest. H is in ward five and of the candidates is a woman. In all Ihs other wards the trustees held on the Sunday follow- Al the 'Anglican 'chqrclies of. t'ne former, and at 7 In the latter, with matins nt II. At St. Patrick's tbcre will be the midnight mass oil Christ mas Eve w'nich will be repeated at tbe 11 a.m. service on Ch'ristmas Day. Taere v.ill also Ire tiie parly jnorriiag servicfts -.ritli u special service for chlHrcn at S.45. At the Salvation Army Al (be Balvntion Army citadol sef- Seeding Wheat Rain Stops Him io The Ilcnilil) COWLEY, Oct. Invin wfis seeding- fall wheat this inovning on his farm nciir here but was stopped noun by a heavy shower of rain. All the I frost is oul of the ground and elected I dong with the rest of HENRY FORD PLANNING EIGHT DOLLAR WAGE TO HIS LOWEST PAID LIQUOR IN ONTARIO 'RESIDENCES TOHON'TO, Dec, ycator- afternoon cabinet -car, such you rftasrve the of your- hopes Ood Save the King. THE MAYOR AND COMMISSIONERS, The turning back of proftte in- to And profit a for the flnFshsd products is the rnainiprfng of the Ford idcn ?nd he noiv btgint to see his cfeur to do it. By next summer he bellevei he will have paid off the he vfhlch lo buy out minority stock- holders ihst ha wili.then bt Able to go ahead with plan of paying his huge Army of employ- ees the highest uniform wages of any concern In the world, number cu families. At.thf Barracks' I Soulheni Albcrla is cnjoymg Al Ilic ll.X.W.JI.1'. barracks there j summei. xycallicr for Cllfislnias rtill ho a dinner lield al 1 o clock at! which all the members of Ihe force and friends will be present. At Gait Hospital Heyrmd the Christmas, decorations flml gifts and special dinner, to in thfi Gfllt Hospital. At the Jail liivors1 charges al Ilic pro- TinciBl thai fund H htliilnKjinni: sunshl't. flo such Tiomes ou ttia ilaj 1j Tlift lucd now slan'. Prev t, icl owlcdgert 5567 (0 t Union No i 20.00 Constance and Winnlfred 3.00 Bryans I'. C. W" y. o. Hyde lloycc and Kdlth Cryuf. Jlr.iflnd Mrs. J. T. Ken- nlngei' 10.00 A Friend, Illghworlb, Sask. S.JJ Klfhby- Co. and Slafi 17.M Occupants of AlfjcrU niock: T. M Hurt 55, f. II. n. ?J, Jim Harrison J TI McOnj ?l fieo mvh 3 A T 51 Waler !5r03 P C Krncrl' (t, JI.l'.P. Me 1350 .1. H. I'alerron n.OO Mr ailtf MH Tom '3.W f'harHo HyniondR t Od Wesley, Marfiaret nr.'d He- Ijcwa lloyt f .Tofat to date ;