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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N'OLUME XII. UCTIIBUIDGE, ALBERTA.-' THUHSDAY, DKCEMHEN 2G, 101S NUMBER 13 -3 REYOLT REPORTED QUELEDf WILSON LANDS IN ENGLAND Greeted-at Dover by Duke of Crowds Welcome WitK (he King. LONDON, Dec. Mrs. Wilson are In Buckingham'Pal- ace llils-aflernoon alter a journey from dials: to London, during which they wero accorded all the honoris ever liven royally. Never lias a royal pro- gress, cicent HMO o( great national ceremonies, esclted such interest hero as the. Aral slate vlllt of nn American lu'eiident The drive of the short procession from the station to was made through lined with guards u( reglraentn In khaki. Fresh flags USE ZEPPELINS TO CROSS THE ATLAKTIC I PAHIS, Dtc. Ger man Zeppellnc will be converted into merchantmen! to ply'between New York and Hamburj, accord- ing to the Echo de Paris, which lay? .that It hai received Its In- formation from reliable- sources. Herald Fund Near ARRIVED THIS MORNING Letlibrldge njtu ,vno arrived Homo "from overseas this morn- ing were: Bauer, J. O. Mathers, B. Perry, W. Perlilna, J. Stafford and I. A. Tiircott. The Herald's ChrlitmaB fund total lite Christmas Eve hail reached This amount was turned over to the Nursing Mission today. Half of It was spent 'for the hampers for fflml- on Chrlttmas. The other half IB being reserved for a relief fund For these families for the balance of the winter. llnal total of (ho tuud I> } A Iricnd sent }1 to the Inuil laic Christmas Kve. Tho llou ot Jack and Dorothy McC'aftcry read ?3 in -ilia paper Tuesday. This should have been ?5. This luukes the total as above mentioned. I AGAIN 10 FORE Danger ofiCerman Domination No Longer, Canada May Have Own Navy New Revolt Breaks Out Against the Ebert Govt. in Berlin; Sharp Fighting Occurs in Streets; Reported Quelled _.---------------------------U T, Sailors Seize Royal Palace and Stables, and Stand Off Govf, Govt. With Liebknecht are Finally Forced to Raise the White Flag. VJCTOiHA, Die. eand men. under command of Brlg.-Gen. Ejlckford, leftihere to- day for Siberia on board the stearnihlp Protesilaus. Won't Take Com. overhead and covered the butld- while window's, balconies, side-' walks and open spaces were tilled with people, many.of. whom wore the American colors. It wac'a. brilliant ' came'Iho sovereign's escort ol troops'.victory over tlie Nationalists lu the cavalry, with hrt-. recenl-parliamentary.elections exceed- Then came Ihe carriages with en" the highest hopes ol the Sinn Fck- King George and President Wilson and ers. It Is believed tlial when the firtaf plete Separation from England DUBLIN', Dec. Sinn Fe'in Tons.of Supplies To 13c Sent to-Uelgium Monthly LONDON, Dec. edi- jtorially Sir John JclllcWs forlhcoxn- -ing visit to to aiJviBC uj on naval tie Times recalls II that 111 C'auaill: the Question of naval policy was some years before tbe war the-sport of political parlies which defied control'oj either AVar has swept these dis- puted and.all so? resources of the Dominions .were wllb one accord placed at Ihe dtspuial of the British WASHINGTON', Dec. damage ivrttueht in Belgium by the '.queen Mary, Mrs. Wilson and Princess count Is mndo on Dec. 2S, Uie armies described in a i 'Jlwy. TheBO were fallowed by Hree 'felnors will have won a majority of1 m Dy fom] Ihe IrlBh seals. the Dover tiou because DOVER', Den, wore a tes til epp'ejirauCQ wilu its decoration and Us snliaated throng J resdy to welcome com: I'res'Ueiit ind Mrs. The TIJeJ' i c. Hoover, .ivlip, w, h WimM1 u Polaiin European dir- commlssl011 lor hl I'ojnera. elected to the lust' completed a survcy .i__ "Bill that splendid memorf sholiltl not obliterate the fact lhat the prob- Kut Wants Immunity From Criminal .Not Make Much Himself VANCOUVER, Dec. 0. Find- lay, former commisfiioner uniler the ProbihlUon net In British Columbia, Is back- In-Vancouver today. He will he tern tlie Dominions' share in the the, star witness at the inquiry belore. ,B British seapovve'r in peace times has Ihc Times says. It continues: "The broader question ot peace con- trol ui affairs in the Damlrilons Large lined tlie. adniiraity'vplBr and ite approaches! lon( .bejorc'the. president 'caitti'iiSftirtJ Connauglil, wlUi'iiis'i EUitc, accomnr.nlcd by John W. tlic American Ear) Read lit ,u nuiui, bas.s o[ thB-foGd'-adtniuiJlratlou-annoiihced" Ibat herealtcr IGO.OOO. tonsil hardly ho usefully at a .balance o" lb.routt.pHt; -.hasj Micred.-'OTfce "Britibii admiralty' ii-c i ;w> nf Mir, n f, I Eu D in IK iRciuuiug v. uuiu ue m LUG years before 3915 was cf thrfj' to Mcb ruonlh.: As' CDJiccnUale all ils stlpa, to one of -their ___ B TCn nnn n.n member 'UlieS, .his seal. ,Uay supplies, including he [in the years before was compell- ;h.: As-j: require raEainst-Germany in llic Norlb Sea. inr, HrltlEli ambaasador to the United Stales, Lord HersclieU and ijie uinyor o[ Dover. were on the pier to meet'llio visitors. The mayor presented an ad- dress'of'Welcome lo tlie president, President Wilson then reviewed tlie of honor Irooi thc naval garri- son ot- Dover. The scene In Hie harbor as ihe presi- dential vessel.entered was an animat- ed out. Airplanes and seaplanes in largo numbers circled overhead while thc warships in the harbor which Joined Llie shore, hatlcriea In firing the salute were'gaily decorated. As President Wilson walked lo (he train :L .dozen girls, wearing the American colors, strewed roses In liia path. All this lima the airplanes had .been hovering over tJis pier nrnl tlie station end as Hie special iraln Lear- Ing the -president headed for the capi- tal tho -airmen headed [or Lon- don, accompanying the train alt the JiM-cplylo the address welcome, President Wilson said: have conie through many seri- ous limes together, and, there tore, can regard each other in. a new llgtit as comrades and associates, because nothing besides men together pass- Ing through a like condition can reach a comnwm undoraUndiuE and a com- mon purpose. H Is therefore with deep 'emotion and great gratification lhat I tfnd myself horo, afforded Ihe opportunity of matching my minrt with the mlnda of those who with like .hlenlion ftre proposing (q do the thej can that can -be done in Ibe greXt sctllrmenl ot smuggle." Will Make One Speech DOARD 30X'3 SPEGIAb TRATX EN' ROUTE i TO CALAIS, tho Asso-, least one iin- pdrtanl addreas may he eipeclcJ from President AVllson when be la Sn Eng- U may'define Ms Ifne of (houglit more clearly on the issues in irhlch Great Britain is so deeply iu- teresledr He take tho oppor- do this in Iho course ot con- ferences Tic will hold with Premier L1oydv George, A- J. Dalfour, i-ecrc- ,ter. foreign "nnd Andreir moHt; prbminint' leaders., is to con-i'J'is, f- voVe an Irlah nssembly: early In JanuarirTlie -That threat hag been, laced, and its draft a MtloD the tons now on char- to-lhc rcliel commission, applica- tion for additional totitmge lias been made lo tlie shipping board. land whicq would-be: laid betoro a Completd seporation. and a- repub- lic wholly Independent of Great Brit- ain is proclaimed by some Sinu rein- Justice Clement liiio the operation o[ thr nlleged wlilokey ring. He may poa sltilj' be called as the flrsty when the Jnvps'llgallon opens tomor- IOT.'. Fludlay, it was unrlorBlooU, bus agreed to lay h'arc cvRryiliing 'on from', Jurlier prosecution, .lie will" ten the "whole story, report from Vic todni'. Ffndlay had not voluntarily re turned he would, probibjy bean BERLIN, Dec. Political leaden In Berlin, Including who' Ire not with the present government, were tpdayjo .beliftvt that the government wis no longer Intact at the the happenings cf Tuesday. The hold that Pfcmier Ebert was responsible for the predicament Into which tht ernment was forced Tuesday. WANTED SAILOR'S GUARD BERLIN, Dec. Tha organization ft sailors prepoied to the gov- ernment ago- that It be authorized to organize a uLTcirV guard .of men, the Lokal Anieiger' says It IB Informed. The suggestion coupled with a demand for greatly Increased wages and back pay ta November 9. Tht government, the paper adds, declined to entertain th> proposition. LONDON, Dec. The mutinout who had holding out in the Red Palace at Berlin have hoisted the -flag and have allowed lo leave under guard, according to advlcet from Berlin jent'.to the Exchange Telegraph correspondent at Amsterdam. Government troops, the mcESiQ- adds, now occupy the palace and the royil LONDON, Dec. 25. The Alexandria -and Franz haye openly Joined the revolting sailors In Berlin and It Is predicted In sent from. Berlin late ChrUlnnaa night, that nearly entire Berlin gar. risen will support them, leaving the government without Theae advices were sent by, the Exchange Telegraph correspondent ut Copenhagen. They stated that, large numbers of tailors re reported to be comliig from lo join lhelt had a long conference the' result of which WU.un-V known.. danger- exists no longer. The conse: quences or its destruction-will be DEC of ihe quesliOajs which Sir- Jolm Jel have to discuss will; 'I arrested tdflay. Leaving Victoria nine days ngo, lie stayed several days in and' theii -went to Portland, e j wLere it Is said lie ifsed the name of Dom.nlon soveriimentB. will not anticipate that discussion, except to say tliat concentratEoa ot the Hrifish ilrlJilng force at sea hi borne waters, guvo a powerful iraunlae to the. Australian determination lo create a local fleet unit. Meanv.-hile Sir- John Jellic-oo's mission Is parlic- ilarjy welcome because it shows n close loUMi la belue maintained be- tween Iho adcuiralty and Ihe Domln- ons. .There were signs the war-that relations. Iictwetn them bad are now on tbelr way across the At- STRATFORD, Ont., THc. ]anlic to advices received lowing n.incetiirE of the Maclimlsls (by ihc department. TIrey are Unloa anti Ihe Trades- and Couucll, appeals were gent to the Islcr of justice and theMiilnlster labor asking lhat Arthur Sliidmofe, who is serving 30'days In Jail far having objectionable 1-HcMttire, 'Tan- on'ihc anj HIR Tuni- adlan in his possession, bo siail ol oli.clnl advices slate that the large Cannauia, irilh 315G persons JDJI of whom 3050 arc soldiers, ani with 93- oiiiboard, o[ whom n35 belong to. the; C. E. F. The will. It is uxpedod, dock efeareil at once. "Tho ralnUter of justice replied thai he would not moyo in-the' matter, while the minister oE.labor stated lhat the proaecutiou was not instigated by '.he federal government. H ia now threatened -ihiu unless Skid more is released a strike will be called. Definite word of this Is Dot available, bul H Is understood that thc local union, has received aulhorlty from the international union to sUlko. AVheiher olher unions will Join or not remains to seen. Cunard liner Atiuitai.ia, with 5000 ortd on boardT will arrive at Halifax about the second weak o; the year. Jlia d.Tle of her sailing, however, is yet uiiavailable. Men for the arc us follorvs': otticcfs, 249 .other ranks. Fire ofi'icers, 130 other AMERIGA'S FLEET IN HOxME WATERS KEW YORK, HflMlng from Eurcpcan including nine super' drtidnoujhU, with the PtnniyL vanla, natphlp of Admiral Mtyo, commander thc fleet, eKort, wlM arrive off York hfirbor just In time to peace review by Secretary of the Navy Daniels, Thuriday morning, THE WEATHER no olficare, 170 olber 220 other MEXICO CITY, Eilraord- KFT powcrn in fiflhncUl Uavc extended lo Presldelit (.'arranza by the" cbtmber ot Thta r.c- tlon was liken after Ihe.prealdent hnd sent a to ihe outlin- ing Ibe necmUr' lor 'jiowers. the naw- jituthorljy P-63lienl cipectcd soon caltlc snd other animals nro ranks. ranks. v Tuqisjan, 5S Vancouver Seven officers, 41 other ranks. officer, 23 other rants. j officers, 32 other ranks. H. White." Further fighlfng was anticipated as the Spsriacans and the sailors'- are Mid to have decided to attempt to force the guards to return to Potsdarn. The [alter were stationed in ttie Under den' Linden. SEIZED ROYAL PALACE According to an dlipatch from Copenhagen a To Intimate frleuds Findlay ts said I detachment of BOO sailors formed.a guard and iclzed the Red 'Cactk, one to hafre declared, along wtlb an ad- the former royal They blocked the, main itrceti and entertd--- Ihe public buildings and arrcited. rjerr trie'rniT.tjiry cfrrnmander of Berlin; Hcrr Fiich'cr, his adjutant, and Dr.'Eongird. The republican guard machine guns and artlUary bombarded the castle. Holes were madel'iri the walls, the were dettrayed And alt the windcws were smashed. The balcony, from which former Emperor William once made's speech In which he declared: "I know no p jecorae lax nnrt mon was appj-oat-h to nore lu: real frii once there Ictlon." REFUGEES FROM CHILE. LIMA, Peru, Dec. is es- timated that Peruvians have fled from Chite to Peru and ivla during ths month as a result of the crisis between Chile and Peru. Every from the .south is bringing scores of fugi- tives. Dltpalches from do. south- ern Peru, report that a Chilean airplane flew over lhat port on Dec. 21. Ills Eli i ft, that be hfld hcen caught at Hie first "crooked" lurn lie, made. -Tic- snid to haye declared Hint nothing ot ihe importa- tion o( more .than one carload of v.-b'skey In which he ,waa The was founij on his person when arrested at Dlain oil tbo night o[ Doc. 1L was bis entlru urealth, he staled to friends. Out of Ihip he paid his fine, bis lawyer's fee i left nioney with his wife when In Seattle Jic had only a hucdrcd" dollars lelt. IN ARDENNES REGION PARIS, Dec. Tom- car'e spent Christmas Day in Ihe Ar- dennes region, tlie last porUon ot French sell held by the Germans, and wrested [rom them in the closing dnya of llie war. PHONE LINES CUT, BERLIN TO DANZIG BERLIN, pec, between Berlin and Danzig has fcficn interrupted since Tuesday evening. Attempts to. communicate with the Baltic port by way of Poser, have failed. Danatg was occupied last week by Polish forces from France command .of Gen. Hatter. GREAT WELCOME PARIS, Dec. French mis- sion to the Caucasus received a henrty on its ayrival at Ekatcrlao- dar and Xoro Ro'siskoe, adrices re- ceived from -LJic Caucasus show. Lethbridge to-be Headquarters Mbunties All South Alberta CALGARY, Dec. special dis- chowan will- coyer part ot uorthern was partly smashed._The guard eventually made on the but the sailors -were still holding another large'building.'at the tlmt tho dispatch was filed. The square in front of the catlTe LONDON, Dec. persons were lulled, in the street Fighting which began in Berlin on Tuesday morning, according. to the latest reports from the Ger- man capital, transmitted by thi Exchange Telegraph correspond- ent s.t Copenhagen. The republi- can guards tried eeveral times to take the royal stables .and. the headquarters of "tho. revolting sailors, but were Military Commander Arrested BERLIN, Dec. 2G.--Hcrr We.g, the uiilltao1 commander pit Uerlln, .T i- NolonotlS LOUIS Evangelist littered with jtOMi mlWles. iraa arrested Jfotidar by Bailors cluriue the In'Vhlcn many sailors arid. "giiaTda were killed ind "wonndtd, was re- leased shortly before noon today; JIu I spent (benight in tba bastmect" ot tlie former "rbyal Etables. Some'of Hie more were in-Iavor of ItnmcdialQ excp.utloii of. but cooler- heads- olipbsed this pL-m. The tmllIUry however, -waE not spared hiimltiaUon. and some of tfie sailors proposed that he be locVed uu in a small chamber. with Ibe dead .bodies bt aallorvaiid other, victims ot fighllnETl That lic'escaped violence or-possibleV death was to tha lolercesslod of Socialist leaders with" (be" sailors.': ,-FiflT aallors, It is concealed In. the red :troni- whicli irere driven oii. by the rapttbljcaa pards: Twelve hundred sailors holding: out in thc royal stabtes) have 'senT out Vofd thai -the bnild-: would hare to be destroyed lo Thc Calgary Herald says: 1 Manitoba. Plans for the reorganization, of Southern Alberta wilt In Koolenay, the south- Caught on the Fly THAT JIOOSB, horses. Norti.vest Police, j east corner oi" Uritisn Columbia and whoso authority Is-now extended from :elong., Ihe mala line of the C. R. Port Arthur to tlrlllah Colunib.a, i as far the iipuer Columbia river, now been completed. The famous i S'orthcm Alberta will Include thnt torce wlH be at once recruited up to portion "of Britlsli Columbia e.iEl of the'adthorlzetl strength of J200. Thcjlhe Rocky Jlountalna as well as rrmiinfod snnartrnric nnrlhtirn Mhfrln (o laaue a until ___ Import duties on foooatuECa, articles ot primary ncCcsaUy to the on ngrfCoUuril Implements And [rrigaddn macMtiery- ConslUutlonul reforms-- invc .been ed by which thc o[ several secllons o[ tbe tnnsl'.luUon Kill be THANSPOBT IN OUARANTINE HALIFAX, N. 3., Dec. to lJU hour thft .morning no word his fnm Ot- tAwa with to the North- IkTfd, quarantine here with: up- ward ort sort o( Influenza malady, which Is called and ft uaual- carrlM alt qiillc .1 nuir.t' But ag ibr llio possibility ot Infection from hinimns, It la Dr. 51- V. Galllvan, Dominion vcterlnsrlan. "1P THE OPINION of Ja3. 3Inir, K.C., of Calsary, sbouM hoM goort In a lest case In the courts thai tho Tact that properly up for lax sale fails to tho ctiy does not relleye ihe original onuer from liability 10 court prncecrtJngs lo recorcr the taxes ing on the property R3 long aa the properly rests In the bands of the city, U would he one of the most Im- portant decisions erer lianfled. down Died of Heart FaUnre- Record -Had Dioilnted police sqnadrons overseas l be. l llomc and will ba al- to rejoin thoir old force. Thla ill likely rcaVe the recjtilred 1200. Tho :hcadqnarters of the reorgan- ized will be as follows: .Mani- toba. southern Hegina; northern Saskatche- wan, 1'rinco Albert; southern Albsr- ta. nprthora Edmonton; Hritlsh Columbia, Van- couver; YuVon, Dawson. Rcgiha will continue to tie the headquarters. There be 250 men at the new posti of Wimnipee and Vancourer. Too foils ct Macleod, Balllcford, -Vaple Creek ind Peace IHyer lie occupied as outpotu. irl'.l be at Cilnry.'The and Micfeod headquar- ters used. The Manltots post- will cover and north- in the .llardle. -wesleru Ontario. Xorlhtru Sukal- norlhern Alberln. If the above report is coftsct. Lelh- bridgo will stand to benefit greatly. This will mean Hint tho force hllhcrto maintained here with this Mounted Police will be largely increased and work of the force not only from hera to the boundary and the boundary, but north lo the main line of the C. R. and along Ihsl Louis Evangelist, a wcllfcuown Ital- ian character in the Deliaw district, who has a record In police circles, was founil dead Id Itlo shftcl; jiorlb- wcst or Jleilaw yesterday by ueigh- bors. Coroner Humphries" "of Leth- hritlge was called tnil, hy Cnnst. O'Hil- lorrai, who had been notlflrt -of the flnil. An Inquest was dccUled unneces- sary as the doctors declared .Iho man was In court ao.ue years ngo In a'atabblng ind Was fore surrender. r report was in .circoiiUon at o'clock this morning that the marines were ezpecllns heavy ToInrorcftBiflnti from'Kiel and Sailori and Cfnh PARIS, Dec. of the clash between aad gdv erament troops In Berlin Mt'tbe 'o( .'Dec. "21-34 dispatch received by Berlin' of Efforts wen made, la .vain, to lie ta Inve Bertta'ad ev tne cartte vhere they estab- front of the raralatlpp. ware reformed that they wwllo not recede, tielr pay It they did not lemTe the castle. Tho Imtrlnes eventually charged with sending blact-hand Icrs to the Judse. Ills wife left him to IIie-mlllUrT some years ago and obtained allmotty. Since- tinie Evangelist had been living alone in 3 sliack near Hctlaw. Yesterday, having seen no smoko from tiiu sliack for two days, .nelgh- went to (he home and 'made the gruesome discovcrj- of his.body. The lino both east and west to the had evidently baen dead Ihree ders of thc province and into-B. C. Ibe west and for some distance norih of Cilgarr; will tx: ail directed from there being 10 post con- templated, at Calgary. Supt. Pcnnyfftlhor of. the torce here received an intimation on Tuesday that the pay of non-commissioned of- ficers .men of the force had been incrMSfd 30 cents n day. It Is likely lhat 100 men be stationed here. JAPANESE DELEGATES SAX I'RAXCISCO, Dec. Makindt head of the Japanese dele- gation en route to the Versailles peace conference, arrived here today from Japan. Thc parly, which Includes sev- eral high officials of depart tomtnow for New Yort." lin -'demanding, titt nuu-lV. ba paid to them. At the same thae a dc- tachmen', of nuriaes aUUcked tae sotdfers occuprlnff tlie valrentiy buildings, in an eichaKe of macailne Kun (ire three were and tour wounded. Laler-a wu aer.t io chancellor's: palace (a UM ill. nation Tjith Chancellor Ekcrt, jUch- an) Banh. secretary of tke I cnl-Soclal-Deraocrvtlc aaa Swtallit tfcfi mchsttg. Tke under trrest. cat after a, sion they thev. TV.-, taarttt commander also was arrtxted amoaut of nxwey ki (be aarico raj ;