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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xu. A1.BEHTA. SATl.'HDAY, FKHRrAUY 22, Nl'MBER 62 The British Want Heligoland Wiped Off The Map And Navy Sunk Germans Will Continue to Fight Poles in Spite of Foch (WANTS B. C. SHJT IN TWO PROVINCES MRLIN. rita.) troepi front tht mi BfrrrbMim have a to National Ancnv offfotek ortWr to terri- tory Mid by In accordance with the condition! laid down by FeeK in which a line of. man and was defined, Th Rufar section." The chancellor li quoted as saying that "notwithilandinif nil the food the RoUIiera' and councils hare flone, flurlnf ttie first weeks of Ihe revolution, blushed with shame violation ol the press." OTTAWA, Feb. cour- an! foresight on the purl of legislators. Ard thanks to the entrgy, and ready crT our people, the transition from war io .cluofas will not weigh fttavily upon So says Qcn. Arthur Currie in a meiflage to toe Can- adian which In first bE "BAck to nevf monthly 'magailnc jointly by the repalrtnlioo and Uic depiirltvient. of aoldicri' civil The first. Issue is just oft the nnd contains, Ici'addltEon to the HIM- saeo from Gpn. Cnrric, an appeal from J. H. launched Ihe work of the repatriation committee. A com- prehensive outline of the work of committee and Ihe departments assoc- iated with It; angles by Hon. J. A. C'alrtfrr and Senator T. K. Blond in, as well as ranch Intoreatlng Information on the subject of provisions for re' turned FUNERAL OF WILFRID Details of tht funeral of 9k Wilfrid Laurlir today will be fftund on Page 9 of thff It WJK the moat ever hald fn Canada. KHIISIO ASIWCWCIL b. ecpnottic s > come will PARIS, fOTOf Mtirt-.tbi. referred to the economic council, which WM appointed by the confer ence at BargeatKm of President Wilson, It wai announced tonight in an official communication which ws j follows: creation of neutral tone between Rumanians in TrinsylrioU was war council. ed that the as a referred lo the f "It was decid reiult of the leiilon of the Polish diet, at which Ibe powin of the Polish president were comnretd And at which Igcace .Tan Padenwik) ctolalroeil at ot tilt fortrniint, should tlie Potteh jorernnittit." Low Forecast: Nsrth winda; mow. Local Registrars to Have Prop- erty Defined Territories Now I Stiff 5 H! IV HerMdt BDMOXTON. Feb. closer of- ficial on the vital gtatiBtics ot he province at in a liill in- in legislature by Hon. A. G. Mac Kay, minister of municipal affairs, this bill receiving its initial reading Friday.' The main amendment mafle in this act relates lo the appointment of local registrars. Heretofore local registrars liave been appointed in difterent of (he province, but thews liar! no de- finite geographical area or tcrrltorj- ivhtch they responsible for. The (Sp'rlal'to IleraU) CANARY, foil. connection Ti'Itii Ihc rosoluiion jicsee'I yesterday morning at District IS convention ot of A., the o' justice for thu dlpmissal of Super- intendent I'tnnt-fnUier and Detective Lobb, the following telegrdm sent last night to Hon. J. Doherty. IS convention, now in has information and evidence that members of om1 union are being uajuaUy. iKreecutcU by Justice of the Peace I'emiefatlter and Detective Lobb of the n. N'. M. Utlibridge. who arc not to onlorca ]aws fully liut for own personal benefit. WejasK imniodiate removal ol ?aid persans in Interests of. law. onlcr and justice, 1m mediate reply to our convention can tafec action liorcon would lie appreci cled; in minlEter iioiuls out thai because of (Signed) ".THOMAS BIGGS, the large extent of the existing inu- "En. BROIVXE. Stc." nlctpal 'units and ofrthe Tact that a] The following wire was also sent lo portloti of .tho'province is Moore, president ot the Traile unorganized, it is impossible for tho i and Labor Congresg, Ottaua. of Ihtse districts "Ulstricl JS In convention solicits to rtTlstrar. There- fore it the secretary- treaauncV ot'overy school district shall he a local registrar, except, as to cities or in school districts of which cities torni a. part, In which case the local registrar Trill appointed by the gov- ernment. .An the new act vi 11 re- quire to report fthlhs, marriages and deaths to the provincial'-department days in which Want (o Capture City Before The Arrival of the -Jntcrnaitonal labor and socialist conlefr-encc'hejrl re- cetilly In Bcnie. Lord Curzon, preal-' dent of-tlte-council, vrltli llie iiremlcr; A resolution euhmittetl by (lie dele- gation dealt with (he Tespcnetbllttjr for the war, the league of terri- torial questions, an intevnationaVlabor charter anil prisoners of vrar. Another resolution with tlictaAovshtp. It affirmed the accented iioliUtal princi- ples ol Socialistic ideas SB opposed to nnd favored tiie pointaicnt or a commission oil Inquiry to jiroceefl io Russia to investigate tho situation. war lesstus tbe men's desire to work I coal mine yesterday, when It. Barbei of 1003 Factory slreet, was struck b a mass or railing coal. Death occurfe at the general hospital last at 11.30. Coroner Bord and A jury arc visiting tht acene of (he accident this evening, and an will be held. Munich in State of Revolt Assassinations. Revenge Killing of Eisner WARSAW, Feb. (AiioeUteil Matter, Opposition Accept- ing Govt. _ .'VSpecM 1 .EDMONTOM, Feb. ing pracUcally two entire on the.question ot technical in which there was sen era 1 accord amongst all the speakers that .auth education was moit essential at-all times, and so In order to assist returned soldieri back into' salable civilian work, the provincial government witnessed ctoshis hour Friday "night by i withdrawal ot1 all the amendments and also tbe or- iginal resolution which was proposed" to Ihe house1 by Dr. Blow, member (or South ursine the Immediate establishment of a provincial institute of technology anfl art In the city' of Calgarj-. With the entire honse on Ihe quf-vive for t Aivlsionl long r debate suddenly ttrmlnatM trith- out a vole of any kln4, the opiipsition considered in momontii that the itatemeuts of Prtmter Steirart; and Hon. G; P. Smith, asturing continuation and expansion of In Lithuania nnd iii the provinces eastj of Urest-LUovsk is proceeding active-j j ly. The Bolshcvikl have been drlrcn Feajr nounced (bat (orenmcnt rfltml m to make fit Ing Mfer by large n amber of atrdr them military 'aoaae M ;