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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB rHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa Explains and Ma's Happy. By Wellin.^ton NKfHX H6 HAS m INSYWC*nOWSfl> ,, 5Ei?vB EAQ-i or wen^^nH papers "THOSE P/�)PE12S ON 'Eh,�K^'A r u^^^^v - -�-^ BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone............ .12091 RESIDENCE Phone ____. 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Servler^ Phono 1345, 410 13th Street 280^28 PLOITO DESTROY LISTS IS ALLEGED Sevent4e�n Prominent Men in Munich, Bavaria, Arrested By Soldiers' Council -MUNICH, Dec. 30.-Seventeen jroininont man, Including one non-iBavarlau duke, were arrested here last evening by the police, assisted liy 20 men\l)ers of the local soldiers' coUnolI. fno arrests caused the sroatest sensation experienced by this city since the revolution. Officers say they were arranging for the re-cniitlnK ot citizen aoldlers, but the jjolice accuse them of aiming an attack at "existing institutions." It is reported that they apparently attempted to destroy a number ot incriminating documents which the liollce seized. The men were later released. The name af only one ot the men detained Is known. He is a .Munich puWIsher and la accused of at reinforcements are reaching the enemy. The morale of the Bolshevists, however, 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 fijrred and blank-etted. ORMER FERNIE ES DO ALL POSSIBLE especial to the HoraW' PBRNIE, Dec. 30.-Ben. Smith of this town, received the following tele-gram this morning: "Vancouver, Dec. 30. Inform 3o% Longden and Ed. Mar-sham that Ed. Brooks committed' suicide in my room, during my absence, nearly severing his head with a razor. Jim Woods." Ed. Brooks went from Fernie several | months ago to enter the militarj' ser-' vice in compliance witlv the conscription act, and ha^ been in tlie training camp at Westminster. Mr, Brooks has some property here and had been an alderman, serving for two or three years. He had the backing of the labor element in particular and was a resident of the Annex. He was a native of Wolver-Irampton, England, and was about 34 years ot age. i Nothing Is known here as to what caused him to commit the rash act, and the news was a very great surprise to his friends. , I Mr. James AVobds, who sent the wire ' is well known here and to the travelling public, having served as porter at the ; Hotel Fernie, and was manager of the hotel for some time during the change of ownership from Wallace to Wyatt. WHAT CHINA WANTS. NEW YORK, Dec. 30.-China will ' ask ot the peace conference the return ot Kiao Chow, the former German controlled pi-ovisiou captured by Japan early in the war and a re-ad-justmont of international trade relations to place China on an equal plane with other nations, Lu' Cheng-Chiang, Chinese minister ot foreign affairs and head of his country's peace commission, declared on his ar-riv,il here today on the way to Paris, i --.- j PROMINENT TORONTONIAN DEAD TORONTO, Dec. 31.-John D. Ivey, president ot the J. D. Ivey company, Limited, wholesale milliners of this city, died suddenly yesterday. He was 66 years of age. Mr. Ivey was a director of tho Dominion Trust and Guarantee company and for some time chairman of.the dry goods sections of the Toronto board of trade, belnji- a member ot the council of that body at the time ot his d^ath. WON'T TALK PARIS, Dec, 30,-Amerli-au peace commission circles would make no commeut today on the statement made I by Premier Clemenceavx in the Cham-' ber of deputies Sunday that President Wilson bad agreed with the premier's view relative to the assurances given by the premier to Premier Lloyd George on the British fleet and the freedom of the s-.,us. LONDON, Dec, 31.-Great Britain is doing everything possible In providing ships to take American soldiers back to their native land, according to an official statement issued last night. The statement reads: "It will be remembiered that the British navy furnished ships tor the conveyance ot nearly 60 per cent, of the American army to Europe. Having given all the assistance in its power in this direction, the British government is now doing all it can to assist in the repatriation of American soldiers.' "It is hoped to carry In January from BO.OOO to 40,000 American soldiers in British ships." COLLECTIONS Have you any slow or doubtful accounts? If so, you need us. Make us your collection de-' partment. We are professional money getters, we make a business of getting money-^yoiir money-for you. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 6 Macdonald Block, Lethbrldge Phone 1616 Hay - - Straw Buy Your ftlay and Straw Where it is Grown. QUALITY GUARANTEED. PRICES RIGHT. Phone or Write to J. B. SHIMEK COALDALE Phone R 217 License No. 12-316 CANADA FOOI> 'B0A(i9 LICENSE NUMBER S-Ofl SIXTEEN LIVES LOST MANILA, Dec. 30.~Sixteen lives are belfeyed to have "been lost when the USnlted States  ship .Quantice was driven a'sKore >in a storm Christmas night oil TablaSi^lEfJ^nd, 25 miles oast of Mindoro., Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. ^OR , Castings and Machine Work REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED .TO. MAKERS OF ROLL AND PLATE GRINDERS LAND PACKERS AND DEEPWELL PUMPS HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE; COAL, C.O.D. Cicada Food Board License No. ' 9-11108 287-0 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.O.. CM. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlc� rooms 111-122 � New P. Burns Building, Corner 8tb Ar% and 2ud St. Bast, Calfcary. Office Phone'M2848 Residence Phone ltl207T Interne and House Surgeon, Manhartta.1 Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat Hospital. New-York Oitr, 1911-1014. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinory. Sales conduct' ed l3 any part ot Alberta. P.UVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Date* and Rates CairTtie Oowaley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phone 1809 f reel &illiott SKeet Metal Work* Winter ^111 soon be here and bring with It the cold weather.' Have your furnaces overhauV ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace Work a apO' cialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. � Lathbrida^ AltA DRAYING Of All Kindt WesternTransferGo. Umlted WTIO. �. P. R. 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