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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHS1MY, 20, 1918 tllR UiTiJBIUDGF. DAILY 'IEUAU) PAGE SE LONDON, Press vln (lucat of ail tales of Ihe achievement! ol DrltHh Bubraarluci 111 war llfflo Is now corn- nlolel by IhO otllclal story at alnk nol damaged, gba subaiei'iSJ to 100 feet nnd continued on liff-cpurio, but became unsteady Vnd, 80 ihe was to, thfj'j'urfice as she cou'd no longer be rtlled.upoiJ miller water and only (h'ree Allies of air were left. A opened from ot ami a iholl hit Juil over the room, tbo'upuir 'Int A lurylvor of ihij EH "Onlere wore below and we run'Ihe fcr hill nn liour, only few hlttltn _ cl the turnout siibniarlno EH, off It tiie Dardanelles .early In 1918, with llli itm loss otjier new commander, Ueut.- wordi In' Commander er new wori Wnllo and seven ot her Only R .ne'coildj liter I looked for Mm hla tody. at u" C 1J' _ boldiers looked for ana. um The K-H loft Mudros on the evening by roll Into tho vat of Jan. 21! anil proceeded up tho Dor- er anj ult dinolluu to nearrri for iLu Uoehen. Af- tut) (ink, lilllluK nil, I be tor diving under lubmurlne nets, found that the Uoelxu, which lha ran -nemy had .moved a few hours urev- sandbar cloie fp ilio niely. hid gone, so Commander Turki picked up the lurrlrori. Vhllo lurned back, keeping a sharp (fxindon Times.) Tho cMtallbn of l> enab ne thoBO cutruBted with the earn of BoWlcra''graves in Franco ond Ibu other thealrei to nrocowl moro riplJly than before with the moois for Iho conatrucllou and malr.. lenance of tho groat number of war cemeterlos which arc required, from iline to time. Iho War hm nude Known to client th6 llnop on whlcL tho imperial War Grovan Com nilBllon liaB been carrylni! out tank and further Information now at forded by Iho belated Issue of Lieu S'f KMderlc Kcnjon'5 rtvlw'ry 'rfp'orl, dator] January 2) enemy had -moved io lookout for enemy craft. A torpedo Oral at n alilp, wlilch It trantplred carried the Ooebeu'B ammunition, Ing n heavy aiploslon which oilln- culshod the lubmirlne's lights ImJ inning Ibs foro hatch. Leaking badly, the submarine aroao to wllhlu 24 feet cf tho surface. Tills drew n heivy nrc, she was lolegrnm says. CIRCULATION HY AMSTERDAM, Dec. clrcu latlon of note! lacreas oil during the from marks io marts, Ing to a lUteminl by Herr Simon Prussian Ilnauca minister, BeiMr Since Ilio Commission gave a gen- eral approval lo Sir Frederick Keif 'on's proposals In February, prourcn IBB been nude on Ibe lines of Iho re- port, but In various rcjpecta ejner- enco haa leil lo development or flcatlon of eonie of his recommend- ations Tho work Is being carried out ilio cast of tlio applicant; b'jt llml the inserlnlloi) must bo ol the uaturo u! a or prayer, that tho ('ora- sliall hare absolute sower at election or acceptance.' An inicrlptltm lor (he great war ilone' which Is lo be the monumcnl ot control Interest In f.acli cemetery ins besn by Mr. Kipling, and will to mntle known very shortly. Progress lias been made nut only In iloljlum and France, but In other coun- tries, Sir Itgliert Larimer, A.IIH.A., who liai been appolnuu principal arch- lied for Italy, vlsllud the remc- lirlei In country, and (he prepar- ation of 'or them Is In hanu1. lie IB alio on Ihe poml of proceeding lo ElXBt In order to uiMso tlie. Egy- ptian Government In accordance wllh Iho iiropotali ndoplol by the Commls- llon. Arrangcmenlt are also being nude to send a'rrljlleuii out lo Poles- tine, Macedonia, Oslllpoll und Mcio- polainlu. Borne, of the architectural staff who -111 vfork under tno supervision of the principal architects In-franco, Hol- glum and Italy have already liccn at work for a considerable lime, and IL hopeil Ibat ft corps of architects will aankfulncss. ilouud many a licarlli hero will be a glad reunion of fauii- lee long divided lo whom loved onoa ittvc been, restored. Tha thougiilb and affections of H great body o! our people will still to overseas lo gal- am bUEbands. soul ami OTTAWA. Dec. Tho following Olirlslron from Kir Tbuman While, ecllng lirlmo minister, was loued this evening: "The government extends enri ami nearly gruellngn to tliu yooole of Canada uuou the occasion of thU jieraorable Ohrlsimas Day. moro than foul years o! I In. lionl dcatructli'u and relentless wa rocoTdcd In annals, peac again relgun lu Ilio v.-orld. o Ihoiiiindii of Canadian homes tods he'arn bo upllfled In loy u" I tuoii be formcil In carry out UK. advaniiemenl an upon lug spirit of good-will and hunuplj-y-; between man ond man. If this nf thu (rultn of the war. 111 will nol IJMH wholly In vain.' ChriBtmas dawns iur eyes bUEbands, ami I Lbrough the gloom and darkness from Chrl.laias mil.t once more ho wllkl, the world is abroad The hearts of all tholi- tlu- gleam ol the mar of Uetlileheitt. with of i now bopo a nevs- glory for mankind." MORE 8OLDIER8 RETURN ST. Dec. with returning soldiers 'ellow dllr.euK will go out syjopatby tu thoae ulip hallow and cn> shrlno in memory thoao who nobly went forth at the call o! country blil will return uo more. Lei HB, at a tlon, re.wlvo never lu forget Ibe ilnbt of initltuile owe to the aor.hod here during Ihe festive seasq lixve'llio (Irainiileu on TucBday eftornoon ami tho Corslcan ycslcnlay eftcrnooti. Tbe former brought 107 ofllcers ind S33 men, tnreo niirBlng sisters and 47 civilian passengevi, aod the latter 44 officers and 713 oilier ranks, besides (9 IMli steamers brought h Urge consignment of mall. heroic soul of Oanaila wiio fought BO valiantly In our lollgvrs, and the words convey u eipecled thai picture ol tbo cemetcrlc. when o( lhe fallen will be- i (om lmg aBBUule their final form. general appearance o a Drit- indicated t" Iho forecaBt of Oh cemetery will be that of an en- h pearcd 'j-he closure with plots ot grass or How. V acatlcrcli SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Obstrvjtion Caee, Stind.rd and Tcurlrt Sleeptrt Excellent Olnina Oar Service. Tickets sold durlni'Dewmber are good for 60 daya. be granted by a payment ol 15.00 for tach FOR FURTHER AND HEBEFWAflbNS: GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENOER AGENTi'CALQABY. ometlmes as avenues along lhe sides t lhc principal paths, sometimes round the borders of'the cemelary. 'ho graves will, wherever possible, ace lownrdn Iho easl, anil al the easl- ei n1 end of Iho cemetery will bo a great allnr-nlone, raised upon broail Btaps, and hearing some brief and approp- riate phrase or text. Either over the stone or elsewhere In the cometerj will bo a email building where visitors may gather for shelter or for WOT. ship, und where the register of tbo graves 'will be ket.t., And al some prominent spot will rise the Cross, as Botao (rases, as lor r-iamule at Illgl Wood oi- round the Bulte lie Warlen durt, It may be possible to enclose CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BY-LAW No. 328. A By-law of the City of Lethbridge authorizing the and wle of Treasury Notes for the sum of to be debated Series "C" and "D." Wl a: bv 1 of t'hftpler 34, eluding Council may -by Bylaw r ina-J "1 uun, 11. r-......- _. vay 0[ ihe Uily Treacury Notes up he whole locality anil convert It ralcj iaxc5iiue to ihe 46ncl complied by Ihe loc.1 union, of inach- the aroouni .ho deb. tntende.l Mond.y jhlch .J. Anally passed by the COIupUCll D> MIU iiiiiuii.-. .111.11. .L.I, Inlsls upon unemployed labor which, he created, anil slalemeat of Hon. -Mr In wMch WaHy passed by he. 'the sixth v li.annoar rtf I HA 113 5vv 14D WU Rna ICIC raiaUIU (1UI "Wil Ihe nesl-of-Hln or other person or or- ind is avl IS'ins Iho main canlzillon (such as a rejlracnt or a between dcrts ,C. P'rifi? Mlglous communily) whose claim Is .in noij "the' City" In CierVs clficc in the Cil by the at [M-recovered, i DON.VLD A. CUT Clerk. J ;