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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIII: TKN PAGES LETHBRIDGE. ALBEr.TA, FRIDAY, DKCKMHKU 20. 1913 TEN I'AGKS NUMBER IS Anglo Jap Alliance Favored Marqni Okuma Urges Rtoewil of Trwty Which Expire If 1921 CANT SEE STABILITY IN NATION'S LEAGUE TOTOO, Die. (he Asgoclat- Ohuma. Japan't sUlwman, stroat17 In IftYor ot a, renewal of Ihe alliance; which enitiis In 1911. tterlilon ud proTlslonj rhould be In with Ihe new requirt- of the situation, hq Mffl, In accordance with the prlnd- Hff at the alliance, Ibal Iwth Japan Britain ihbuld maintain peace fli Fir Eurud India aid protect their mutual interesli, should remain Afrtld UMfUl lent Sl.ble -With Great Britain and America pj Iti, centre, the league of nations ha-laid to bare a greater posEl- Willy than 'the Holr .Alliance." be continues. if holii eotutrlea act with mutual tlon, the league liny be influential. Once run counter' to each other, howeirer. the results can lot caa not see. at the present the absolute stablllly of the league at natloni. with 1U treat population of' nearly can become a power. If a great leader should appear) eren (hough lha te.rrlluiies of Poland and. Finland bare been cut collapse of Rus- IB not enough to naie thi Anglo- Japaneao alliance. BCJitcMMry. league of nallona can not se- ihe complete abollUou of ama- toents 'and'all th'e naltoni' are 'now for tKe perfection ot their na- tic-Hal de'eueg." iPEACElHfliil U Reply- to Christmas ,GicetliflB Nations Mart Not Be Dertroytd What Can You do With Your Old Car? Don't Scrap the Old Bus But Use it in the House Negotiations to Put Treaty Into Effect Next Week German Delegation Will Be Headed by Hen- von Italian Delegation Will Arrive in Paris Monday for Last Act of Great War Council Meets Saturday. PARIS, Dec. begin here early next week between the allied and German delegates, preparatory I to putting the peace treaty into effect, it was announced to- day. The sessions will be held under tire presidency of Gen. Lerond, a member of ihe French delegation. Herr von Simson will head the German delegation and the Italian delegates will arrive here Monday to take part ur the deliberations. The supreme council did not hold a session today, but announced a meeting for tomorrow; New jSpithetic Fuel Is Cheaper Than Gasoline i testa, between New York stf mafi, 30 of gasoline, IS of "ether, ana1 "four'pi toluol. Ihe re- mainder pirti'.wera.not.siren. Mall plane. No: 35 wai nsed In the cated. -Economy'of lubricating' oil waa "shown 'hr.-the- tests.''..After iK. hours'in.lhe.alr. the two motors werp lorji down and which tbe.'new. fuel had been used was found.In fine condition, with deposit of carbon. mo; of Ibe cap. (MS present In Rome, the patriarchs, archblshopR and ecclesiastical la] courts lathered at the Vatican jester to present Ihelr Chrlstmaa greet ings to Pope Benedict. Cardinal Vana lilll, dean of (ho sacred college, who headed the Tlsltorv delivered a short ftddreia, voicing the KenCIment of hla Colleagues and liimself...The pope re ylled, returning Ihe greetings and re- calling the urgent necessity for aid- ing Ibe poor-children of war rlcUma. 'xTfve necesBlty for said the Js.demonKtratcd by the Inanity the efforts o( those who vainly try to lire mankind peace and welfare, forfeiting or ignoring God. Peace can not Us obtained by tho Iddlvldaal and liy tnanklnd, 1C. there is not order In botK.-f Thera Is no order without any acknowledgement of Ihe dominion ot Cod over his creatures. "Today the spirit of Independence ku Inraded all minds and leads them to Today there Is no shame In iMklng amutetnenls against the belkfa sorrows of others and there is no limit lo the illeslpallon wealti and bringing up of Ibe MBTcea All this nhowa that modern, society itiempted to set ItMlf sbore Ood, pmslng from liberty tolerance (o dlvl- from 'division to ostnclzement of Ooi- "ALutlBf, true peace Tnnittx based on Joat allUnees among the peoples, while vanquished nations mull be con- demned lo nuffer InerMablc penalties, bat not he saffl, WILLIAM OSLER UNDERGOES OPERATION CANADIAN VETERANS STRANDED IN ENGLAND 'tONDOK.'.Dec. (Canadian As- sociated lo a ques- tion u to'whether he was aware that thousand] of Canadians, who looli Ihtlr dlsch'anfl In England, are now 'strinded here au'd whether arrange- meats can he made with Canadian ffoTemmehl for free passage for Ihnso rleirrlng to go home, Col. Amcrr. un- for the colonies, said the men had eipresilr waived Inelr rlrfhl to free repairlatlon. No donbl special of would receive Ike Catalan high comailiiloner's. careful cnelderallon and such should be com- ratiDkaled lo aim. CONST. CHENEY OF R. N. W. M. IMS FOUND MEDICINE HAT, DM. R.W.If.M.P.' dtueh- mnt at Riflaa, wu tonled ifUraoro aixjul 11 nllei nortneatt c.t AlderKm, Ho wai irmted is k de farter, broigbt to tan Hat In (ha kre- nlni; and latn on (be train to Reglna. Coener, a-itlinet mm nd Is latferlm from choll ikock, hlrei a (Mm la Hcjlo4 sereral weeks ago- and BALTIMORE, Mi., Following; recerily.. disconcert- logrcporls regarding ihe health of Sir William Osier, ih.B super- latAodent- 'of John. Hopkins hospital receired'lhe. following cablegram, dated Eng- land, from Ihe eminent Cana- pbrBlclan-yesterday: operation. Hik- ing good fight. .'.CnristtrjU tjeetlngs :all. old -friends. (Slgnei) "irtlilam Osier." Major NcKeeyer, Who Downed 45 Hnii Kfiehtaeg, Saccuaha To TORONTO, Dec! A. Jlc- M.. C.f Llslowel, Onl., crealted..wtt> Tlctorles orer-45 Oerman macblnea U tVe late war.'and one of Ihe Canadian Kir men, dleU In.Toronto General HcnpltRl early this morning at the age of 2a, aa Iho roiiulL'of an'6perallon on- ono of his legs. Major McKcerer wiia lulured In an RUlonlobllc eiccld'enl at Stratford r.omc months ago and' a' fraelureil 1C did not kn'lt properly and Ihe second operation prfreA falal. v Major James Mckeerer, Vancouver, la n brotner. C, N. n. lARNINM INCREASES TIN.MILLI9M lit YtAW TORONTO, Dec. NarloBal Wilwajr grot, for 'eadhif Deo. 2l were I2.MJ.317, behc ..iecraue of from.tlMJM of tke corres- Ttelt. of; last rear. ,The total (tan January 1 (o jttr tftrt of to tfci l OLD FI'RE .CHiif oitt MONTHIli'n' Die'. wilriel Fire CkM.W. J. Heifer Main bene He had Much Speculation Seems To In- dicate M. Millerand'as Likely Person M.VIVIANIIS ALSO MENTIONED Is He Mating Peace Treaty Basis For Presidential Candidacy? WASHINGTON', Dec. (jlont'rea! Jennings llryan U cominK here liejtt wefik to confer fljth Democratic senators on the peace treaty and (o participate in.Ihe mect- Ipg of the Democrallc national com- nilsslon on Jan. S. Friends ,pf President Wilson :wbo have prosperlivc acllrl- tics SHEBCE! tliat Mr. Ilryan may bo preparing lo' allcmpL to Joke the lead in Democrrtllo'polltiCK aiul'tlial th'e redl purpose of Ihe conference is 10 put him in n place of prominence''in Somo critics ol .Mr. riryaii go as far as lo say IhhL the corhruoncr atlcmpling lo gain -leadership 'of the parly Ironl President Wilson...- Mr. Dryan is rlolng hla utmost lo 111- [lu'eiicc speedy action on the trccUy. PAniS, Dec. Poin- care's successor Will be announced Jan. 7, according to Ihe'lnfcrencc Bon- druwn by the. Parlslen. presi from Premier ClcmenCeau's statement. In the chamber, that his cabinet would definitely resign on that dale. U I; a (also deducted from the.Paris declara- tion thai ho will he a candidate for the presidency, which means lhal lio be elected virtually, ivilhoul op- position. _ Speculation regarding Ihe, "Tiger's" successor. In tho cabinet is consequent- WESTERN EVENTS WU.L STEADY LABOR .UNREST ly eclipsing dlscusilon- as to Ihc piusidcnt of Ihe rcimbllc. Alexander Mlllcrand, Governor of Alsace-Lorraine OTTAWA, Dec, Gr D. minbler ef labor, >j who returned (o the capital from the west on.Wednesday-evening, wja In hit -office Alked In rtgara to trip, tM, mlnliter nid that he tW' adjuitment which had Wen a'rrly- ed at between the coal mlnerv jnd operatori in District No. II, at well at tho Irltli In Winnipeg, would have iteidylng effect ort .UM labor condltlona In Canadi. He hid no further comment to miVe on Wtilern trip. ONE HURT 4f j. IN C. P. R. WRRCK '__________. FREDEKtCTON, N- B., DeC. 4 wiy pMsenjnr train the rtlfe catering tho Junction1, ttili 4 4 morning ploitjhed fufo an- 4 fntn In Ihft No a 4 trot it mu barlJy Injured, AJBaby and A Ford Baby Girl Born oh Maurctania Is-PotMVwr-'.or Bc- Pairick Leahy Montreal is and Wife Held Kor Killing' Dec. Leahy was shot arid" killed'in'a fieliL occurred Ing at 26 DC Monligny, street and-Ylclor Uiipuls' wf re T iinqn ,-hargoil wilh wWla his .wU_c 3 aL prcacnl beiDE af vllncsg lor Ihc sorohcr's InqUesl.-. Dtipuis and l.eatiy wcrC and 'i OTlK'i -Doc. man-aboard'. the Cttnurder in-yes-i terttay SoiitTininpion, was" WHlifim- from the; land'oI-thriEL-antl Ilarfy Lnuil- eK'toTirnJce-his-home In America. His -diatinction carno through his IjfiJiTB-the'-nJlm-lipppy father ol-'n baliyborn oh'-the'most rlol'oua day of 'the- -Monday, when his tlie stress ul weather, added Frances M- A at-. Icy tivthVpassenger llat. The 603 first cabin passengers, 2-1 liAUrs hirth. oE Frap- filled'wllh the phllanlhroiiliy 'of Chrlplmag tide, swiftly made' up-a'-purse 6lr the allies Lbat Lbc dispositions .lie treaty of fic-ace nrc applicable from ;hfi moment ot the treaty's eulry Into [orce, .whether, ratification Ttbo United Stales has or has nbtioeiuTed. -Jre'pieased Ihnt admits in 110 ing party ian the'non-pa'rtfcJ.'-, paUon ol 'lli? Uiiiled Stalcg In" 'the-; first-'depoail of "rat'fleallori as.a inj .atlpi-.-' Jallon; or-ibs-jfeare.' the htkrmfubttoh.ot Ihe through Ihe 'diiorl He died al- fnbsl 1i' at a hospital, Two Titles were fount! In the house, both-coritalhlnir crnpty shelts. The dead mhn soldier. "THE.HEAVENLY FEET ASSOCIATION" KAIFENG, China, Dec. (Correspondence of the Aaaoclat- .hsen launched here to aid in.add- ing step against: .the China custom of binding the .feet female chlfdren. t .have .been composed by member a de- crying the practice ,of fool bind- ing, and. studenti, of. boy ichools are being aiked; 10- take.- the pledge: Twill not.marry a wo'm- an with unnatural.feel." The ncmt of the new erganfra- tinn, literally translated,