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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIT.SIUY, THR LETIinmnGK DAILY HBHALU PAGBTHHKB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa Explains and Ma's Happy. Wellington BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Offlco Phono 1206, RESIDENCE Phono 1093 MILNE TRANSFER Coat C.O.O. Prompt Phono 1345, 410 13th Street ft 230-2 Phone 1930 13tri St. M. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.O. Canada Food Board Licence 9-11108 No. LISTS IS ALLEGED Seventeen Prominent Men in Munich, Kavariu, Arrested By Soldiers' Council '.MUNICH, Dee. pnmilnunt 'men, Including one non- Due- Citizens are Informed taa. m-onilnunt men, inciuum6 VIBHUU Bavarian duke, were arrested here utterances aim earnest acts had been f sentiment. iod a proof of I last evening by 20 uienibo ohnci) Tha arrests causvu .'.u jrreatost sensation experienced by this city since tho revolution. Officers say thev wero arranging for Ihe re- mitting' of citizen soldiers, but the police BOCUEC tlietn of aiming an at- tack at "Misting Institutions.1 It is reported they apparently attempted to destroy a. number of incriminating documents which tho liolico seized. The men were- later 1-oleasqd. The nama of only one ot tho men detained la known. He Is a Munich publisher and is accused of distributing arms. This morning It i.-ac that all hut two of the j.u f- Bread Cosls Less to Produce Here Than Elsewhere in 1'rovince It is uot likely that a fair lirice board will be estahllshed In Lelhbrldge as is being done In other cities In the west under tho Dominion government council IB liow tax the line j jj'j Majt Coimnc.ditic9 In tho city, that bo ,._ 'Another order lias lieeti issued post- afternoon. "If the future had nothing for us masters, re-tiawulliiilng the parcel but a new attempt to keep the word to Greece and to the Kalian nrov- at the right noise by a balance, of ct Oadiia, Trovistl, Venice and power" the president said in Ills I vlcenza. speech, "the United States would take no Interest In II, because she will loin no combination of power which Is not. The silkino In Kylands Co.'s wind- ow was measured last night in tlie iTtsenco of a member of the Herald alaft who was asked to make the awards. The silklne measured 729 yards, 11 Inches. The following are itie winners of tlm prizes: 1st, mps Klddls, 621 Ulh St. S., estimate S yards., prize 5150.00 fur coat; 2nd.) Jaf 0. .Viclson, CanUlon, estimate [irize silk dress; Miss Barbara Garrelt, J249 4th Ave. l.elhbridge, estimate T25 lirzo waist; 4th, Geo. Close, city, estimate 725 yards, prize shopping bag; Mrs. ti. KlEchel, 1st ive S., estimate 725 yards, prize Si.o'J silk hose or gloves. Prizes were awarded for first estimates, so who estimated 725 yards were Bivtsj awards in the order in which their estimates, wero recorded. Estimates, i-anged all the way from 12 yards to 7 000 yards. Mrs. M. G. Collins, who ALLIED HEADQUARTERS IN RUSSIA, Sunday, Dec. (A3- sofiatcri Throughout the past month it ha, been generally quiet on all sectors of the front. Bolshevist forces attempted rec- ently to raid the allied line of com- munication in 1he Shenkhurtk reg. Ion and there are signs.'1131 inforcements are reaching the enemy. The morale of the Bolshe- vists, hov.'tver, Is reported to be extremely low, the enemy's army being Imperfectly clothed for the Arctic winter, in contrast with the American forces, as well as the other allies and loyal Russians, who are well furred and blank- etled. Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., O.M. EYE, EAR, HOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 1J1-123 New P. Burns Building, Comer 8th, and 2nd SI. Eaat. Calgary. Office Phone1 M2S18 Residence Phone M2077 Interns and House Surgeon, llanna-tta.1 Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Hen ,York Cltr, 19IM314. Bpeclallit to Calgary School loader In the alleged plot. Tho accused men have giveu out ,i statement In which they say that iho citizen BOldlory which they iro- POEOU to recruit was. intended to pro- tect the rrpjont government against re'aotiointlea; Spartacus forces guard the public here. tho brldse leniiij lea and Great Britain, declared the president, which was based on the principle ot frlcnosttip. ami thlt led men to give more than was demanded. The partnership of inter- ests which had attempted tho Koverit- ment ot the world had broken down, he nild; as' interest did not bind men naLu, BO together but separated thorn. Com- raon devotion to lie right was no Herr Auer, speaking today before thmEi insisted, that could tho soldiers' and workmen's council, defended the plan to raise clv.llan soldiers anil reminded the oelegites ihnt on tbe -nltlil of December J, ho was otucked and forcrf to realm he received no protection from tbo police or sny existing military or- eanizatlons. Herr Avar's resignation later declared void by the Ba- varian cabinet, and lie continusd In office. During hla speech he pointed