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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETimmnoE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY Retrospect and Prospect OTTAWA Deo 27 year I'los sfrviM in tie tleparimei'.t o! National. 5nj may jus'tly be "pronounced Ae leadership. If Western CiMda most glorious in the history ol Da the tattle ground, in Ihe Sell, and in the workshop the Dominion lias to herself will do next decatlo to moutJ the national lif has Iht Vision. energy -non triumph? greater than any j the spirit that tyv'.ftes tht> new brfU Vracd her annuls. So Si, may d, tor ranaJa. wh3t it mv with Bead reason be said thai 1'alted Saw, today is coins tar Lur-1 191S the hlgfc mart la ope. f.nd old Oanadi to new Car- aifan lllstory. f IhM As early as 1S15 Canada had won pie tamK. hiish MUUary distinction on tbe bloody fields of Flandere. the fame ci her gallants sons' heroic defence at tho flrst battle of Ypres having cstab- lished !nr all time the glory of Can- adian arms. This was repeated on the same batlle ground in June, 1915. In 1316 and 1S17 alo Canadians the battle field maintained their hten name. But tneir crownlnc effort came in the and tell of tlie present year. The bsltles of 1914 and 1S15 iiad been of J defensive character. But those of Ais year, vihidi began in from of Amiens and ended EO glor- iously at Moas, wire as fine 'of offensive warfare have been wit IXXVWXN. Jan. t the grv-teji to Ullled eubmarlDW durlns (lie war was _ attack by friendly A sub- to be an enwnr Jan. Vress j n.faen by the ships of allied from Renter's has re-j amj u up to the submarine iho folding la re-1 to recognition signs IE ehe was ganl lo deiiiobiUzaU- fecilns at least' men and women who were engaged in Britain's But if it was a deatrovrr (bat sighted _ _ _ the submarine, vras always making ffort aud ol whom al- tor the HUte craft by Ifcf l'-mo ivaJy Vet released, including signals could IHJ shown. A M foMiers and re- J war prisoners ainl tnu- niiion worJier.-. ffcp three uo venting demobl ihe tize of ifce British nr lirl H 1111 1 which must be for the present Kr HM flN I This already has been U UL HLLU wttleJ l-y Koch in coasultiiica with allies hoWlng tne western lities. Secondly. tV.e machinery slight hitch in getting up a flag or la firing a rocket would mean the suo- msrine would be forced to seek safety beneath the surface. Probably the last attack of this sort was iflsdc by American doatroyers on i a nevi Prttish submarine of a large type. Phe was being tested when sight- ed by the destroyers and tier made for her at full speed. Something hap- pence; to the slunsl system and the der-water vessel submerged iad never been dremed of as ti -the reach of a', least this jtneration. and tr.es So it is that, today in proportion to forward with :uauy services working face. mil Ds on at th-j slaildara Uian lllt> j .-Sho not need sny mora test f'elitlne Should existing strain t InB after that the com annfes lie relfeTefl. there will j numler replied (o the officer In charge EelEctlTc'baslsioE ilw submarine base. duiinHIlzailau to the ludustrial I 'litr population, Canadian industry Thursday's -va? fit tends a lia? a war record thai challenges the by ?s members, and showed an in- "world. Of this there tan be ntx ques- creasing interest in the activities of The war work of the Imperial orgacizaticm. The president an- while later it may he possible Jdnnit'ous Board in Canada lias not tiounccd that the board had hcen able ,Q work on R joninl_0u basis, brms- eqqualiefS en this continent. At 1O through M4S on the roveaua inff then de-1 lie height ol operations it is saH froja and slatel collectively. lo have Btooi nest ID the Slandanl tlle n0tices of fees for 1S19 member-; Ono grent problems ia trsns- 'pll Companv and tbe United Slates -Wp5 }iad -Deen out He hoped j over the Steel Corporation, the greatest ia- ttlere Iv0uie be a hearty response. o{ Marshal Koch dustrlal corporallon of its kind In j pHce of Wh.at lhat on a selective bz-is the One matter which received some at- j Riaximum he can difcharge froai the teution at the meeting the price army in Trance is daily, while j of wheat. The president stated that OQ a non-selective basi; he can re- t c _I-A fl5BOOO bushel? oT Anslraltan wheat j ieaHP daily with the same In nauooa! finance Cau-da iS ieen landed ia Vancouver wUhin! portaiioa iaciiities. By opening erica. It was directed by a Canadian. Vhose acibUnt! were Canadians, the jlck cf tne energy and ability of the land. W.VSIUS'OTON. Jin. Democrat of Illinois, speaking odav in flip .senate, chHrgec] Kepub- lean leaders with conspiring for pol- llcal purposes (o discredit Presfdeut AMSTERDAM. Jan. 2.-A dispatch from Berlin says that the people'0 comi-jlsiloners IQ ngreemect with pecretai7 ol finauce, hate decided that I secretly 01 nnauce, nave uocltteu abroad lo thwart h s war fhouM bo coUcctej ln iy gSvldg European negotiators toprcsafon Itat the senate opposes his ilaus and deceiving iho American iubUc, Thefr object, he deolared. Is o "prerpnt llio president from ac- any The speech was in reply to recent utterances of Senator and Sen- itor Kcox, loth Republicans, crltltiz- ng certain of the presldf-nt'3 fourteen points ol peace aiid urging that cou- [deration of a league ot nations, frae- of an extraordinary war Uvy for the ytr.r pecocJ, that there phall be au extraordinary levy on the increased value of property antf lhat all property remaining Piter tfio col- lection of war jiroflts ihalt be subject- ed to a large general loiy. JAIL OELIVERV VfADIVOSTOh'. Jan. lorn of the seas and other questions ated sympatlillars fe deferred until after the peaco con- MAY REMOVE THE LITERATURE BAN OTTAWA. Jan. action ot :he government In ordering the re- lease of Arthur Sktdmoro probably will be followed by further considera- tion of the situation In regard to the oru'r-r-in-councll prohibiting the circula- tion of objectionable literature of cer- tain associations. Tho primary pur- pose ot the order-in-council was lo prevent circulation of any doctrines which would tend to curtail Canadian war effort. carried out a jalt delivery oa the- night of December 21 at Omsk, IKTi capita] of the, provisional Huselin govern- ment, ar.l released 205 priionarc. OFFICER DEAD VANCOUVER, Jan. Known u the Ballon' and Soldiers' Protective tad Independent Parliamentary ue ot Canada, ontnlntlon tm tftxttd In with nm- Incatlona across contin- ent, (or the o( fatnetlttinx rv> rueu ml tketr through direct UiiiUtlon. U Is a political party, pure tnd elm- pie, and will not Interfere with eitst- iog orgaalEalloDa or their worklag; It will not oppcie- any fc-na o? goveni' meat pi-ovidlng that goveniuent cireA Ihe i-eturneO men a fair deal, Mem- henhlp will take In all mldleri ivad Ballon who have fought In any war- In the British forco or alllkd armies. The direct primary will be the clan of nominating candidate! for pirlK. meat or the legislature. ST.CAT11AniSE8.Jan. SCHOONER ASHORE HALIFAX, N. 8., Jan. schooner MarJorSe Austen, Capl. ol 170 tons, Wright, a former Toronto MOWS- _eDt ashore las, KBar paperman, who has been captain and rlTer ,j w Parreboro ilore. Biy oj ciuartermaster at tho Polish camp tor Tha crcw wa, BaT6a a year, died at Xlagara-on-lhe-Labo this morning from pneumonia. CANADIAN WAR PICTURES SEARCH FOR STEAMER SAN" FRAN-CISCO, Jan. 1'a- cific ocean has been "zoned" for a distance of miles out and from San Diego to Vancouver, B.C., by the owners ot coast-wise vessels In order that these vessels may seek Ihe Standard Oil Company's fanker George Loomis, long overdue at Coos Hay Jan. Press, via Dealing iiltti tho ei- hibltlon of Canadian war pictures which Is lo be opened at the Royal Academy of Arts on Tan. 4, a corres- pondent of tho Pall Malt Gazelle saya it will he a spectacle of a aal- ion'fi supreme endeavor portrayed not hi colors merely, hut giving a true insight into Its unselfish sacrifices. From tbe landing of the first men at Plymouth to the capture ot Kach vessel, including eight Standard Mons on the last day ot the war, no Oil iankers, has been given a partic-. phase of Canada's war activity has uiar route. I been" neglected. idy, Tha crew waa i MRS. AMMUNDSEN DIES CAtXJARY, Dec. O. J, Am- mundsen, who Injured la the auto accident, In wbldi her husband was killed near Mldnapore on Snuday, died ia tho Holr Cross hospital at 10.30 tbli torenonrt. Mrs. Aminundioa nev- er regained consciousness. o This week BANK CLEARtNQS Samo week list 635.7S3 Jan. t the state department today announce that returning Russian prisoners oi j mssage throush Antwerp it would he on vomln? out of j "--------.....being offered Ing performance.. And jet Caaada did to relieve the situation as much as industry, and it is expected this without apparently straining her- 1 possible. will cume later. ECU Strong, but not friiitic- efforts I A resolution (torn the. Saskatoon -were made to set subscriptions, and board of trade was also endorsed ask- jet no one would think of saying that inE (jje Dominion government to pmy in doing what tier Canaaians 2iieation through its resesrc: touched the bottom of the well. bureau to finding a use lor the smal The r.'ine-ijbiance of what tes been coais o; Alberta iy means of pow done during the last four years should jeringi and also to look Into the ques- j stlraulate an, gird Canadians for the 0( waste in the us e i v- caliEtaients in the Gc-r- 1 himself that he would not remain as jmdertakmgs that of Canada's Ions consump. [or 1 go bjck (tj Jan. general election has given derr.ocracv an opportunity In tlie pres enc gDvernment to change tlie face of the country, said Premier Lloyd; George here The premier said that unices tbe country did Its fcest to CuKill its rromises ha pledged di5tmgtii3hed American said recently, H. Cran-fordand W.Lloyd' Vielther this .the 'United brleflv on tht Tuatter, showing States, strictly speaking. is under- taking work of rseonrtniciion. It is rather a Xothins peen destroyed. There has toe rely lieen a UlyeTainn of labor and capital the imporlance o' this worit and yet, in some respects, it is not as difficult oriel that there is a large field for search along this line. A letter TTSS received irora G. Leech, secretary of Ihe Locsl next vreefc. ENGLISH ONLY tered out and sent home, according to the Frankfort Gazelle. Parish and Helmbeckc-r's ahfruo'r at Fon William Etroyed by fire. LANSING, Mtch., Jan. clearing ratification of the federal prohibit [on rag de-: nmentlnient and enactment of a law The origin Is at pres- requiring tbat all coursea (n MIchi- >1arnoch reported Sccre-iary Daniels. Ijstore the- U. S. upon Itie legislature today by Gov. hoaic naval committee, discnsscci the j Sleejer in hie second inaugural ad- posEibili'jM of raakins all naval TOE- dress to lhat bfldr. since the outoreaK 01 -war nave i lolans re a! lied either their poten- 11 n-ealth or how lo use It- Sow they 11 3 to new tasks with a conscioyi- Wi WB "been considered slender resources; for only since the outbreak erf -war hare Canadian till come of t'nelr real GtrenctU. At that it is doubtful -whelher this conntry loday'is conlronted by an uniierialcing i anything Hie as great a: Ihe buildinj ul the C. P. R. was to the Canada ol nearly 40 years ago. Nevertheless in the development ot resources, Canada, neit to OPPOSE EMPLOYMENT WOMEN started, die.l ol mn-jcna al 3.10 Wed. TORONTO, Dec. 31.-Afler a leng. nesdiy alternoon. He had been 111 discussion, the Grand Army o. for ti'i days Canada at Its mealing in St Georges To keei the navy "lit and on last nlghl recorded ita oppoaftlon great fleets, ane biserl on (Jie Pacific an'3 the other on the Atlantic, vvill be cstf-.biished next summer war parr.es joint i to the employment of wcoen al any. what as essentially temae wl" ,c waa plenty of male on lhc WASHINGTON, Jan. gov- eramtnt'a IDSS in operatinj; the rail- manc-euvrea as a ol a regular program of training. David J.ubin, ot Snn Krancl-co, founder of the Internjtional LVfVCHINQS TUSKGEB. Alii., Dec, occurred in the United ao corapiratlvely undereloped, and be- oetwcer, Hie aggicgate amount ing an attacK ot gripi-e ahe is capable of becoming the'lte government wil be compelled tr. The Swedish oartiuc M-rao'a, irom hoae of tsns ot million, of people. In railroid companies as rental for Xow York for Santos. Urazil, prevf- wort o! detelopmrat Cuiatla must the use ol their so-call V rtported sunk in a collision on from now on move a great leal faster Kuaranteed the net in- November 4, h.-is arrived at her dcsti- thaa she has'done for tbe reason tiat corae lhe Kovemtnent will n- the United Slates Is selling a pace In fte railroads. H will takn tho race for world leaderjhlp that It fix more of rocclpla from the Increased freight rates to permit the gOTSrnrnent to recoup Us H Is believed. deficit docs ool Include the whlch 53 negroes and four persons, is an Increase ol 24 OTer ]917. ot the number were I sums-be'.ween JIM 000.000 anil al s-tw Tjound to keep a neighbor such ae.Csn ot lion. adverttflnt fcas jtuttfti4 colt ni the tonal and method by which a tnan> reason can ba and cltrected. Tlio Minister of B this. Hie ovn words arei PRINCE OF WALES TO VISIT UNITED STATES l country in the world today, the TJnlled States seems about to enter Taul Railroad and Ware- CommlHfilon today rnJide inibllc a (Icclsloa denying application of HAS ANOTHER MYSTERY Ont., Jan. Now Year n-as uzliercj in by a rnjs- (erioUF! miin'.tir. Tonty Marlino, an Jan. about 25 years old. was fotinfl LONDON. Jan. is understood that King George and Queen Mary assured President Ullson that the! Prince of Wales will visit the Unltcii! HtaleA during hla comlnR trip through the dominions, according to a d jwlch. to the Mali. faully _llflt ,honly 2 mnrning at thr, the concensus of tho best opinion Is that these prophets are wrong.. If TO KEEP SCHOOLS CLOSED VICTO1HA. Jan. arn Dec. Charles A. ivhose pas- SUPPLIES FOR CANADIANS VI-ADIVOSTOK, Dec. (Bv W. Playfalr, Canadian Press corre- The sleimer Nlng Chow d here with a cargo of milt- tary supplips and 61 aacVs of mail for the Canadian force lit Siberia, The Xing Clow also brought a ahipmant for the branch of Iho Iloyal Hank of Canada, the first dlan financial inetltuUon to be repre- sented here. Manajner Hae arrtrnd a week ago via Japan, TROOPS IN CONSTANTINOPLE >Hhin the nett year or two Canada chlidrin in tho city, of sobool tor lrl a Grace htr -who are suffering from church expires this spring, has re- that Price, medical health officer, j ceivttl ?nd accepted an Invitation to back. But clivhlon raay work havoc. lias decided Ibat the schools wiii re. pastorate of ('enlrul Methodist leave -fa tho period of rec-nnstructipn Ihe main cloied unlll such lime as condi- church, Calgary. Ho expects to yrest'-may.'rfaJer Canada splendid tiona warrant opening Ihcra sgain. his new eharga ID Jlarcli. Jan. battalion o! French have been detailed lo occupy the SUmboul District of Con- Rtantinorle, wlillo a lirltlah batlallon will occupy Pcra, tho European dis- trict. Hailan'Toro.es will occupy arc- other (llslrict of the city. "The wonderful success of the Loan due in large measure to their (the press of and un- tiring efforts during the whole Mr. E. R. Wood, Chairman of trie Dominion Executive Committee, having oversight of the campaign to raise Victory Loan, 1918, said The Press publicity campaign will rank as one of the most remarkable and efficient publicity campaigns ever undertaken in any and Mr. J. H. Gundy, Vice-Chairman of the same committee said: "I have been selling bonds for a long time, but I never found it so easy to sell them as at this time. The reason u the splendid work the press has done. I take off my hat to the press of Canada." The succesf, of Victory Loan, 1918, and the knowledge which Can- adians now possess of bonds arc a straight challenge to the man who doubts the. power of the printed word, in the form of advertisements, to sell this applies not to bonds alone, but lo the goods you are interested in selling. ;