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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 5T DECEMBER 1918 Herald Fund Near Greeted at Dover by Duke of Welcome With the Wilson are In Buckingham ace thisafternoon after a journey from Calais to during which they were accorded all the honors ever given Never has a royal pro except those of great national excited such interest heio as the first state visit of an American drive of the short procession from the station to the palaces was man will be converted to plybetween New York and accord ng to the Echo de Pwlj which sivs that it hat received its in formation from reliable The Heralds Christmas fund total late Christmas Eve had reached This amount was turned over to the Nursing Mission Half of It was spent for the hampers for fami lies on The other half is being reservedfor a relief fund for these families for the balance of the The final total of tho fund is A friend sent to the fund late Christmas The danii tion Jack and Dorothy MrGafferj read in the paper Tuesday should have been This the total as above ARRJVKO THIS MORNINQ LeUvbrldge men arrived home from overseas this morn inK were Stafford and New Revolt Breaks Out Against the Ebert in Berlin Sharp Fighting Occurs in Streets Reported Quelled Thif makes AGAIN 10 FORE Danger of German Dominatio No Canada May Have Own Navy lly Forced to Raise the White thou sand under command of lefthere to day for Siberia on board the Wont Take Com plete Separation from England hiing overhead and covered the while side walks and open spaces were filled with many of whom wore the American m It was a brilliant came the sovereigns escort of troops from household With hel mrta Then came the carriages with President and ta that Sinn victory over the Nationalists in the Tons of Supplies To Be Sent to Belgium Monthly final the Sinn a majority ot facTbefore the elec the theU Nationalists did not oppose wrought In Belgium by tlie armies is described in a cable received by the food adminis from Herbert had 25seats because wmiam European dr did not oppose ot commission for relief in FINOUY READY TO IELL EVERYTHING But Wants lAmunity From Criminal Not Make Much Himself many whoi of the happenings Premier Ebert was of V Find former commissioner under the were followed by three Arrival at Dover wore a fes elected to the haH just completed a survey tal appearance wltfi Its decoration and commons will not take their f in the liberated country animated throngs ready to welcome h witf tlie which Qn the basla ot Hoovers report President and The had to post as an entrance fee tho fooa administrationannouiced to signalled by the firing of when a a royal Large crowds lined ber his oath and his r the admiralty and Its rfe immediatepurpose ot the long president vftfecordlng to one The of with his accompanied by John DavJs tlie American fcarl Read British ambassador to the Tjmtea draft a national hQfnro a Lord Herschell and the mayor WOuld be laid before a of were on the pier to meet the J conference of all nations day that hereafter tons including worn shipped to Belgium each this program will requiro con deadweight tons of In addi Aa most prominent is voke an Irlah nationalist the MO 000 tons now on char early in January The assembly would lief applica nr IrnJfoii for additional tonnage has been Jt UU OI i The mayor presented an ait dress of welcome to the President Wilson then reviewed the guard of honor from the naval garri son The scene In the harbor as the presi dential vessel entered was an animat ed Airplanes and seaplanes in large numbers circled overhead while the warships in the harbor which joined the batteries in firing the salute were gaily As President Wilson walked to the 1rain a dozen wearing the American strewed roses in his All this time tlie airplanes had been hovering over the pier and the station and as the special train bear ing tho president headed for the capi tal tho airmen also headed for Lon accompanying the train all the ne completo separation and a repub lic wholly independent of Great Brit ain is proclaimed by some Sinn Fern edi torially Sir John Jellicpes forthcom ing visit to Dominions to advise on naval the Times recalls that in Canada the question of naval policy was some years before the war the sport of political parties which defied control of either Laurier or War has swept these dis putes and all sea resources of the Dominions with one accord placed at the disposal of the British that splendid memorf should not obliterate the fact that theprob lem of the British seapower in peace m notNieen the Times It continues The broader question of peace con trol of mwnrt affairs in the Dominions can hardly be usefully discussed at a moment whole balance OL seapower throughout the world has bebn Hie British admiralty in the years before 1915 was compell i ed to concentrate all its available ships against Germany in the North That threat has been faced ana its danger exists no The conse quences of its destruction will be one of the questions which Sir John Jelj fe t said he used the name ol the now occupy the palace and th royal 1H V iUi illCl Prohibition act In British Is sibly bo called as the witness when the Jnvestlgation opens tomor Alexandria and Franz have Berlin and It In They stated that large made to the shipping OR WILL it was has ncreed to lav bare everything on rSe of immunity from further He will tell the whole according to a report from Vic tora If Findlay had not voluntarily re turned he would probably have bean ed Leaving Victoria nine he stayed several days in awl then went to licoe will have to discuss with the Dominion We will anticipate that except to say that concentration of the British striking force at sea in home undoubtedly gave a powerful impulse to the Australian f H wuite To intimate Findlay is said to along with an ad mission ot his that he had been caught at the turn he crooked to have turn he declared lowinga meeting of the Machinistsi by the mliitia I heyaie lowing a nersons more transports carrying Canadian troops arc now on their way across the At according to received powerful impulse maje He said to have ueciareu 0 determination to thathe knewnothing of the Importa create a local fleet Meanwhile Uon ot more Uian one carload 01 Sir John Jellicoes mission is particvbiskey in which he was ilarly welcome because it shows a The which was found on hib lose touch is being maintained beperson when arrested at BUun rnf tween the admiralty and the Domin There were signs j before the war that relations between them had become lax and more once there was approach to real Labor tho OarmanlawSlBB rsons In reply to the address oC President Wilson said We have come through many seri ous times can regard each other a new light as comrades and because nothing besides men together pass ini through a like condition can reach a common understanding and a com and the Tfades appeals were ister ot justice and labor asking that who is serving 30 days in jail foi Carnmnia objectionable Can at the 29th andjhe Turn l TttUWn UlU VjUI sent to the whom 8050 ate ana aid the minister of tne with 932 ol t Arthur wnom 535 belong to tho me it is dock official advices state VW Ml mon It Is therefore with deep emotion and great gratification that I find myself afforded the opportunity of matching my mind with the minds of those who with a like Intention are proposing to do the best they can and that can be done in the great settlement ot the Will Make One Speech ON BOARD PRESIDENT WIL SONS SPECIAL TRAIN EN TO the Asso ciated least one very im portant address may be expected from President Wilson when he Is in Eng It may define his line of thought more clearly on the issues m which Great Britain is so deeply in He will take the oppor tunity to do this In the course of con ferences he will hold with Premier lloyd secre tary lor foreign and Andrew adian Forward in his bo the third of January of n t o t II of justice replied that he would not move in the while the minister labor that the prosecution was not instigated by the federal It is now threatened that unless Skldmore Is released a strike will be Definite word of this is not but it is understood that the local union has received authority from the international union to Whether other unions will join or upt remains to large CARRAMTS is o Cunard liner with 5000 ode on will arrive at Halifax about the second week of the The date of her Men for the west are as follows Carmania Seven 249 other Five 130 other REFUGEES FROM CHILE is es timated that Peruvians have fled from Chile to Peru and Bol ivia during the month as a result of the crisis between Chile and Every from the bringing of fugi Dispatches from south ern report that a Chilean airplane flew over that on IN ARDENNES REGION Poin care spent Christmas Day in the Ar dennes the last portion of French soil held by the ind wrested from them in the closing days of the of he stated to Out ot Further fighting was anticipated as the and are said to have decided to attempt to force the to to The latter were stationed in the Under SEIZED ROYAL PALACE According to an Exchange Tele9raph a detachment of 800 formed a guard and seized the Red one of the former royal They blocked the main and he pubUc builS and arrested Herr the commander of Berlin Harr his and The republican guard with machine guns and artillery castle Holes were made In the the were and l the were The from which WllMam made a speech in which he declared I knew no was partly The guard eventually made afraid on F holding another large building at the time the dispatch was fllfdfront Qf the with and hi he paid his his lawyers tee ia 179 other MEXICO inary powers in financial matters have ixtended to President Carraiwa Tunisian Vancouver Seven other othei 220 other G2 other 41 other This ac AMERICAS FLEET IN HOME WATERS and loft some money with his wife and when in Seattle Jio had only a hundred dollars PHONE LINES BERLIN TO DANZIG communication between BeHin and Danzig has bfsen interrupted since Tuesday Attempts to communicate with the Baltic port by way of Posen have Danaig was occupied last week by Polish forces from France under command of GREAT WELCOME French mis sion to the Caucasus received a hearty welcome on its arrival at Ekaterino dar and Novo advices re ceived from Uie Caucasus The square in Dec 100 persons were killed in the street fighting which began in Berlin on Tuesday according to the latest reports from the Ger man transmitted by the Exchange Telegraph correspond ent at The republi can guards tried several to take the royal stables and the headquarters of the revolting but were Military Commander Arrested the military commander of who Lethbridge to be Headquarters Mounties All South Alberta Caught on the Fly been extended by the chamber of deputies tion was taken after the president had sent a to the chamber outlin ing the necessity tor suoh powers Under the new cattlo and other animals aro suwer President U soon ho plague are all tn ISHIIH a decree removing until June imvBea suf Notorious Louis Died of Heart Police Record Louis a wellknown Ital ian character In the Retlaw REPORTS THAT animals aro suffer NEW fighting from European including with Pennsyl flagchlp of Admiral commander of will arrive off New York harbor just In to Uad great by Secretary of Navy Thursday to Issue a decree removing 80 Import duties on arttclos of primary necessity to the country on Implements and Irrigation Constitutional reforms have been proponed by which the of neveral sections of the constitution will be now been completed famous THE WEATHER High LOW 35 12 no TRANSPORT IN QUARANTINE to a hour morning no word from Ot tawa with to North In with up ward of and chin lying in the harbor awaiting a decision or U to Jfivery winter horses suf fer from a sort of influenza which is called and it usual ly carries tiff quite a But as for tho possibility of infection from It is Dominion Hi1 THE OPINION of of should hold good In a test case in the courts that the fact force will be at once recru ted unto the authorized strength of The mounted squadrons overseas will be brought borne and will ba al lowed to rejoin their old force Ih la will Hkely make the required that property up to tho city does for tax eale not relieve falls the Tho headquarters southern Alber northern Van to bs the original owner from liability to court proceedings to recover the taxes ow ing on tho property as long as the property rests in the hands of it would be one of the most tin decisions ever handed down of the reorgan izedlorcVwYif be as follows Mani Winnipeg southern Hegina northern Prince Albert Lethbridge Edmonton British couver RcKiha will continue There will be l50 men at tho new posts ot Winnipeg ami The posts Maple Creek and Peace Jllvcr will be occupied as and Mijcleod headquar ters will betooUi usedThe Manitoba will cover Manitoba and north Northern Alberta portion of British Columbia east of the Rocky Mountains as well us northern 1C tlie above report is Leth bridge will stand to This will mean that tho forco hitherto maintained Police will here with bu largely that I he work of tho forco not only from here to the boundary and along tlio but north to tho main line of tho and along that line both east and west to the bor ders of the province and into on the west and for some distance north will ail directed from there being no post cou templated at Pennytather of the force hero received an intimation on Tuesday that the pay of noncommissioned ot ficors and men of the force had been increased 50 cents dayIt is llkel that 00 will bo stationed who has a record in police found dead in his shuck north of Retlaw yesterday by neigh Coroner Humphries of Leth brldge was called by OHal who had been notiflrtl or tne llml An Inquest was decided unneces sary as the doctors declared tho man liai dkd of Evangelist was in court some years ago in astabbing and was charged with sending let ters to the His wife left him some years ago and obtained ol mony the Mounted sinco time Increased and was arrested Monday by revolting sailors during the fighting in whici many sailors and republican were killed and was re leased shortly before noon Ho spent night in the basement at the former royal Some of the more hotheaded sailors were in favor of immediate execution of but cooler heads opposed this Tlie was not spared and some of the sailors proposed that he be locked up in a small chamber with the dead bodies of sailors ami other victims of Mondays That he escaped violence or death was to the intercession ot Socialist leaders with the Fifty It is art concealed In the red from which mostof them were driven on Monday by the republican guards Twelve hundred sailors are holding out in the royal Both groups have sent out word that the build ings would have to be be Evangelist fore they A report was in circulation at oclock tbis morning that the were expecting heavy reinforcements from Kiel and and of the clash between sallort Ud gov ernment troops in thejilght of 2324 ia a Berlin dispatch received by way of Efforts were in vainto induce the to leave Berlte tiitV T living alone in a shack near having seen no smoke tho sUack for two neigh went to the home and made the from bors Kution en route to the Versailles peace arrived here today fvom Tho which eral officials of will deyar cYuesomo discovery of his The had evidently baen dead three JAPANESE DELEGATES Makiuo head of the JupaneBe dele iieclally the castle where they Ifehed themselves from the beginning of the Tbey were Wormed that they would not receive pay if they did not leave marines eventually occiipUd headquarters after 4elega tloi to the military comroanaeAot in demanding that marlu aid to At the aame time de achment of marines oldlers occupying the In an exchange of gun fire three were killed our v n Later delegation sent Jo chancellora palace to tlM nation with Chancellor itrd secretary ot entSoclalDenjocratto tloclalut The under but after ft i siou they released commander wat ;