Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
[VOLUME xn. ucmiuuur.lv, AUJKIITA, imusnAY, JANUAHY 2, NUMBEH 18 ALLIED ARMY IS SUCCESSFULLY BOLSHEVIKI Mlied Force in Siberia Suc- Govls.Con- I cerned Ov'er Russian Silua- lion Monday, Dec. 30. allied force composed of Americans. Russian? ami Poles yesterday advanced H mites south- ward along (he road bordering the Onega, river. They met with con- siderable resistance Irom tho Bol- but more than a dozeu villages and not stop until they had taken iho Starling fidrn llic village ot Ka- lovangi early Sunday morning, American forces look the village of whcro Uiere is a monastery. They continued tho advance in hot righting Sunday anil Iiad not yet been halted up to lato Monday. Sleighs aro bs- JiiK used to transport the MlleJ RoJdicrs. The advance, the first attempt of tho winter, was carried out under .semi-Arctic conditions anu In the few hours or daylight 'which ob- tained In Ihc region. The village of Gogoll !s approximately If) miles south ot Ihc town or Onega anil about 40' miles west ol ihc frozen swamp which forms the al- Hei) position along tbo Vologda railroad. Tho railroad along the allies advanced lends in the general direction ot Vologda and cresses Die railway Hue at ait jjuyoHaiit slralogic centre from Tvhk'li the Bolshevist have been An important part in yesterday's fightinK ivas by a Russian na va J briga dc w h Mi )i an been trained br American and British naval officers. The Polish troops who participated in the lighting distinguished themselves in .the early slays cf the tighUns alone the DvEna. The Poles and Russians uro Silled ftilJj haired for the Hoi- tilieviki and neither ask nor give quarter in combat. Annihilate Bolshevik Force'D horns.! VLADIVOSTOK, trains RC-veril (AiBOdated capturing iIlH nwHoeuvn- vas la the Ural mountains, (Ion. at tho head of the Czeuhu-l V-ii.iew ;u SloTafc and Siberian forces, virtually! of ihc liolrii'jviki Ten i destroyed Iho Ilolshevlkl 3rd uriny rejjmu-jits aro .yiiid to luivo j 'fom -ivhlch ho look j Ltcu LUiuiluintod iiii'l cf ihc jen. (ialdn's troops capturc-il an; i-nciny ;muy was driven tho, armored train, from which -Nikolai Kumar Troops [JLISS lUrougli nilim n "ihc lUissiaiH ar-'i .f-stituiu iiiut in a sorious condition party iken prisoners. j In addition to the prisoners' rcpoUed, Gen, C'alda. captmul railway car.', machine gune field 20 UUt OHIO 0'> ffiHrHOIECIED No Real Peace Unless France is Given Tramiuilily in The Future PARIS, Jan. ils Xcw Year IB M BIG SI Expect Will Required to Take Care of Soldiers' Pensions OTTAWA. Jan- minister nf editorial yesterday, the Temps said: finance has furnished Sir Robert Ilor- have the right to found peace: mi csUiLiate oi the total on something else than a hypothesis, amount of pension Certainties required. Peacs will JOKE. The commissioners tiro not he sayts Llbcrlc, "il it. does of the opinion Hint tlie maxhuticn ot will not be tor IS: months or two They probably; will remain ct this maximum for fivaj not France IrunquilUy." No Real Difference LONDON1, Jan- p LI ring the speech ot Premier Clemeucoau hcfore years and then gradually reduced. he French chamber oi deputies ami til their termination. WIlEOn's aiWrcBB at Man-, All acturial cstiraaics a total Chester, the Times argues UICTC arn ot calculated Aindnujenlal discrepancies helwecii.on a a per cent> or ;hc two men. The Times Fars: pa .1 4" pi-r cent, or ?3i5.- "All tliat I'remicr Clemenccau says' on a 5 pt-r cent. These' of tho wo may, represent thn amount of money call Il-bctween tha poaiUoua ofla? OI- at ,ho mtc3 BRIG.-GEN. J. S. STEWART. Frailoo. is simple truth, j inlcre3t motioned, should lalse caic France sees and feels what a Ger- of Canada's pcnsita ohligatioiii arts- nan invasion means and demauds ati- ing Ollt Of solute security against a. recurronce of the (Jaiiger she so narrowly escaped and the sufferings she yet endures. "Mi-. WlUon is equally delerrainejl to deliver her from two evilp. Where! Premier Clemenctau appears must. marktdly to differ (mm Sir. Wilson is I in Ms confession oi a certain-Fkcn-j to the adequacy of anyi means cicepL one Io secure llic just of France. LONDON', Jan. af- fairs aro causing Iho Srioaii for- eign offico 'vsr.il.'iOrabJo anilely, pays Tbo necessity of a definite nllicd pol- icy ns to Russia Is extremely ur- gent, and H has bean UceldG.l that iho Russian question ivill be tho lirat to be discussed at the con- ference, it IB saiil. "ft Is lire- stinted that all tho fllltetl nations aro overwlictraiTiglyvagfiinst Armed intervention by an expeditionary say-? ihc newspaper. "Thn Urtlish government has t'Idetl that an expedition it> Im- nosslblc, preferring to encourage ihe creation of a sleblc Kovern- ment in Univia, although llic origin of f.itfili a government ij at present qiiKe obscure. Iti tho Tiieantlmc munitions nnd Uisltnc- aro being tent to tho true nation armies tho son 111, lu Si- beria Riid Ihc forces on tho hor- of Poland anil Finland. of food were recently eent lo northern Hussta for (he people living la ilialricU under al- lied control, Thero 13 no likeli- hood tho allied forces on UK- llusElan hcinp withdrawn.'1 i German Army Has Been Sent Out to Meet I at Posen is Causing Great Anxiety at are Now Invading Delegation is to Meet the Allies Regarding the Situation. COPENHAGEN, Jin. Polish srmy of men is marching on Berlin, to advices received here quoting rumors at the German capital. Gystav Noske. of the Ebert cabinet. Minister of mllltiry affairs, is said to have ordered the bth guard division to meet the Pol-s. A TEARING RAID GENEVA, Jan. Polish army which is marching toward Berlin lias as its object "a tearing raid into Genniny." seconding to the Polish agency at Lauzanne, The is well arnicr! and is supported by artillery and cavalry. The army already has occupied important centres, in- cluding Kreuz Drieten and Posenau and has captured a large amount of railway stock, with little resistance. FIGHTING IN POSEN WARSAW, Die. has continued here and there in the city of Posen, German Poland, between Polish and German troops in the past few diys. The fortress of the city has been occupied by the Poles, while more than German soldiers have been disarmed I.OXnON', Jan. hi .-pair. OTi'ing Io tliu invasion of Klioviat troops and the apparent dLU'ertncc of the western powers tu plight of (he country, according to a Warsaw dlsjiatrii to ihe Mall. After dealing with die DoleLievist men Lice ID and other tlie fajy tho situation is made by intcnial dlsov- iu I'oHnd. Factories In ail Ihc industrial town? have destroyed ny tlie (lermans, ami thousands ot I'oles who were sent to Germany tlur- .ing the war are returning to find Leader of Movement Now in there is no employment for them. Bolshevism I And tllls TCSUlta -n tho lay was a speech by M. of the note lie viki mission to Gormaay, .who has lust been created a Companion! who launched a strong defence of An i is.ni.u., nas juct ut f St. Michael and St, George. are taking the law into their 'own it" is said, anil are terrorizing iheir former employers, compelling tticm to give them money. Odez ('3 In the hands of (he Ked Guard, which, concress of ihe SparLacus group to- has Bhot somft of tha ottlcers ol thu Iteil Ciur.nl. The government lieadetl liy Josejjh Pflsudslvi Is TveaK. ,Ror- reBponrient .says. "U is trying to icon- Spreading West BERLIN', Jon, A feature I Bolshevism ami declared liio Russians ___ not fear an entente invasion ciliate lie declares. The correspondent concludes ,b _ __ _L_ i -.I i.. u- i Jlo corresjionaent concludes r 11 the invaders would hecome in- ,hc return of Gon. I wilh llic germ of Hatter's Polish arrav Irom France. Uirne, ftlacdonnell, otewart, and G. vi ri ITT rVAch H i I C5I1 ll the snrno reason, tieranEO it woulil Vafen aEsuming a grave- cliarac- I -LONDON, Year's honors from.th. Kin, today jirogress woslwanl; The Rus- lin. LarEO parts the srovioco ara workmen, Ilailek declared, vera in the halllia of tlle Polelj and J with iirUe at tl.e prospec'. oj i troops crO3scd !rmtiet a LONDON, Jan, mcnts regarding British delecatas to tha peace conference and offic- ials who would advise them which has appeared In some newspapers as being of an official source art unauthorized and Inaccurate. The prime minister and the Imperial war cabinet, the Associated Press learnt, have not yet decided on the composition of the ptace dele- gation. Until this Is leUled and the delegates have met, no announce- ment as to the officials who will advise them can be made, The- list ot officials Is inaccurate and omils the names of some men to whom tha war cabinet has entrusted the and preparation of some of the most important questions for the coniideratlon of tho peace con- ference. PA.itIS, Jan. giving ilclails of the Armenian massacre in; Turkey in (he fivfe year's the Con-! slanlinoiilti correspondent of llic Paris' Parisian said at one place Ar- menians were concentrated for alleg- ed strategical ro.isous sit Dorger, Arabia. The Turkish authorities (n Lieut-Gcneral Sir Arthur Currie, commander of Canadians, created a Knight tomrr.ander of St. Michael and St. Georgfr. Brigadier-General J. S, Stewart, created a companion of St. Michael and St. George. (C.M.C.) Brigsrfler-General W. A. Griesbach, Edmonton, creatdrf a Companion of the Bath. (C.8.) Maior-General A. C, MncDonnellr formerly of the Northwest Mounted Rhino against Anglo-Saiou capital- ism. Tiie Vo53ische Zfitung, force of the Poles. U is also report- on the presence of Hailck in Merlin, ihat.thc Polish gorerament at War- German troops there must, it is slat-- cd, retreat in the face of a synerior Police, is knighted, being created a Knight Commander of the Sir Louis H. Davies, chief justice of Supreme Court, and L. P. "It ia io how Jic came io ho tvthniUeo1. lliing is. what ia to bo done now that ho is [here among us. Apparently iho Otir- _ court, have been created privy councilors and will now Consiantinoiile thought Ihc nutnher addressed as Right Honorables. was too hijjh and gave orders tiial j premier Lloyd, of Newfoundland, becomes a Commanrfer of St. Michael SO.OOO of iho Armenians It out of, and St. George. tlio w.iy. A Long List t harlcs LOJiiiollv, _. _ In HLO Mush Tillaycl (Ho corrcspon. i loa" li'l of, Service Order :-lirig toward resuming war with tho .lent mMs. rooM 2.000 Ar- aro'gaVuel. the Hod.ls. Col. It., liurritf. l.ieul, tentc." i "i lowinE'llonors litins given Canadian! Colonels Albert C. Joiner. Join. Honl-l A nrnm inert member ot tho new Ifljll I1HU ItlO I saw has ordered mobilization ol Poles Jan. iroups liavc onlerea Frankfort-on-thu-Odor, M man frontier no longer 13 efftdentlj-: miles cast of lierlln. says 3 Herno snarilei) against lorelgn agents, striv-. ilispatch to the Express, -s-Mch adds ing Io rol> tlie Ciermar. jc-ople of peace that the Poles have occupied Beuthen, and to incite into (resli war. Tolera-1 I'tussian Silesia, and Hrumlierjr. lion of Haclek would lie Itie first stoii >n tho province of j-O'cn, u'2 mile-- northeast of the city of Posen. ProtCEls Intervention PARIS. Jan. Journal publishes a letter from Petro- SOLDIERS WITH SUFFRAGISTS IN WASH. inn. fcciica wara cuaclcd latt night in front of (he White House, ivhen of St. Micliae! nnd McKwen. John Jlclntogh. Jair.es Mc- SIox, Ernest Morris. Edward Oliver, ROME, a New Year's message to America, given Io the Associated Press, Pops Benedict expressed the 'hope tha: Service; Sturgcun Campbell, Medi- cals; W. M. Uerlram. Manitoba; Stratnn Ohler, can Northern I'acific. nslmrc Hnskalchen-an: Kanrlcb VOHK. Jan. Atttfri- THE WEATHER CHURCH HE-ELKCTI3D AS TORONTO for "directing the fight against sta" hut declares "that of (he revolution is'sclid in, the Jiands of I-iCnlne." Polish Delegation PARIS, Jan. official Polish- delegation. consist Ing ot Messrs. DrusKit. SoUolnicXl and Dlugoszowshi, lias arriveil In Switzerland and is ex- pected to reach hero Friday to la? Polish interests before lljc peare con- ference. Efforts; v.-IH again he mada Jo obtain complete recognition tor Poland and assistance Io combat the BEATTY AND HAIG COPiiKIIAOas', Jan. Iftrl BAD FIRE t.loliXnecht wna Riven a sharp rletc-at r in Ibe Spartacan congress In Uerlln (SAW, Out., .fan, loss in on Tuesday, tcconlfne Io advices re- a fro at the cold storage iilstit at here. Dr. Llrtiknachl ailvocnt- Oletinc anil Moore, l.imitcit, cd p.-.rllelpadon by Iho Sparlacns ek- slarled last nlglil anil was still burn- neat In tho election of members of Ing tills afternoon was ri'aceil al tho national nascmbly on the proanrt 000. H Is believed to liavc liccn lhal Iho party might be ablo to in- caused by olcctrio vires, fluenco the composition of the USB bjy, Itoaa I.nxembgurg, one of Bpartftcun leaders, replied in a sjie doclarlrij, nrald thunilerous "lhal Iho nieclfng ot tho nalional mutt bo iiruvcnlcil at allftnrneil from Vn.. v .cro he by will lio clcvnteil If) the peerage, coatff." Dr, proposal was de- feated by a rote of G2 to 3. j WAS IN UNITED STATES OTTAWA, Jan" iontponiery C.imphell, Hugh Mnnroe. Charles Scott, llaiors Wil- liam Alilorson, George education in Canadii la one jc. A. II. It. Cameron, W. D. Order of Iho British Empire. Tho Herchmer. 1 utmost U. Holililns am "THH WHOI.K QUESTION' Uurgcps, V.'IHfam Webster, N. Armstrong. (icorge Kisher, John Grlmsby, Htdley Hill, William William I.etllcc, accordhig to (he Daliy Mail, it la willlair. Macintosh, C. Palmer, S. Albert Richardson, William Norman Kobert McKwan. Hns-1 jiaCKriy nt the Board of Trade lunch- soil Illrcli, James Mci.eod, Kcnnetii C011 today In nrglnE the mcmlicrs to Murray, Charloa Konlnson, William DD pvcaent at Iho luncheon HOS; llohinson, William Thompson, Harold jThlirsdny when K. 1-eslio I'Idgeon, staled that Cencrats Horno. I'lnmmer, jr. Havlinson, anrl Allen- I went to preside nt Iho annual The nicriiiiK of the American Association I Kr Labor j say that these lion- proiiably accomranicil by iH of money Robertson. Thomas Ulton; Charlea Maiwell tind JIatron licrtha onshby. Bar Io Scnico Or- and Major past international president of the notary I'luhs ol America speak on that (subject at a luncheon being ar- ranged tho local Kotary Club to be held In tlin Y. M. C. A. "TUB QUIBTBST NEW YEAR'S Day I have ever seen r-incc I have teen in llnrtly of tlio clly police, wrro four tamlidalcs (or mayor, and oral superintendent of the Long Is- ihc total vole was as follows: Churcli, land IlallroaO, bnt for Hie past fivo 2S.02I; John O'Neill. 16.227; W. H. years general manager of tho Oraat Shaw, Thomas Koslcr, Eastern Hallway of England, has ij? nrc controllers for lfH9; gazetted Knight Commander of Order ot Iho British Empire. order was conferred in recognition ol tho war work ot Gen. Thornton. became a British subjuct in 1916. nd Sanniel McBrirte. GfeRMANS MUST SALUTE AMERICAN OFFICERS COBLENZ, Jin. tomorrow all German civilians and soldiers within the American area must salute American ers. Failure to comply makes the Germans to arrest. An or- der to this cited reached Coblenz fruin the American advance gen- eral headquarters at Treve GET THEM SAFULY OFF NEW YOHK, Jan, before nightfall of the entire company of home-comlno American troops from the trans- pert Northern Pacific, tlramted off Fire Island waa expected by lals at the office of the vice-ad- miral- who stated that transfer- ence or the men to army, and naval craft projrejjtng rapidly, "i.