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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 3.1010 WASHINGTON'. Jan. wnr the cemllneA British and Am- erican floats hail such tt domestics fyperiorlty over the Germans [tut they did not Care COKS out and fipht. Admiral Rodman said, in recoiLi-; mending the destruction ot tlenniu l "If that oouM be maintained when tht> German flfei vras tn eilstnice wouU 02 the object of addlcg Uieir stiiys to our I irhen the danger of attach ing us been j Tha expense of miiutminlng the j ehips'vouU ba enormous. The are entirely different trotn those ML the British and American fleet. They are equipped witfc different guns tlnd ot i The eipease.c-t making them corref-1 to ourj would toe ilmcsi pro-! LlbiUTe. i "Furthtraiore, there !s no object fori the allies to keep them tor protection. By the time eta build now ones end again become a competitor for tie world's largest fleet, ships will have become obsolete ar.'i; have to be, thrown away any-1 tow." i Admiral Rc-JmEU said ftioald be taten out In the North Seal and Bunt, "so deep Itiat they could, never be found adding that if tie allies fceut them they would soon lied "tiat ttey hava a heni ot Tfc? admiral thought all the surrend- except tie capital ships ahouM be tept. "It -would be foolish to tbe submarines, destroyers nnd Ught he said, "M they will fcc very meEul {or to come. My belief is ttat everything worth while In the German nary should be kept, but everything that can be dis? ipensM "with should he discarded.'" 'T.Tien news oaine from Paris receut- lr that tie American peace delegation vt.3 disposed to favor sinking German crait, the statement was authorized here that the plan as wholly undesirable. EDMONTON, Jan. provin- cial soreranieat will build two sani- tariums (or civilian cases ot tubercu- losis in Alberta If rlsa jointly agreed with the IXn-.iluIon gov- eninii'at Is carried oui, alter the pro- posed hospital ill Calgary opens noxt spring, Premier Stewart nuiJi? this statement at a meeting of the re- lumed soldiers' cow xL-si on today. The premier ?sld alsu thai there seemed in be SOTCO confusion between ibo provincial and foiieral authorities iu regard lo appointments in connection with the new labor and demobilization an si further information from O-.tavv- is bslfis atkvd- present difficulty wilt be cleared by a legis- lative ac: as 10 rights of the iiros- pectlvc RADICAL REDUCTIONS COPENHAGEN', Jan. Riga dispatch to YostiEche Zeilung of Berlin give s n s to ry jvessiml s t Ic of the situation in the Baltic province. The Bolshevik', it Is said; are well equipped vilh. guos, ammunition and food, while the forces opposing them are virtually without the very neces- sities ol life. Tbo Gercian seldterr, the dispatch roEuse to fight and even those cefenrllrig tbe railways are de- serting their posts, making an ly retreat of tbe German troops fin- i i It is reported in Berlin tint 10 O'Vt volunteers, well supplied materials, are on iheir to the i Baltic provinces. HAVE BEEN MADE ON ARTICLE IN THE STORE TO CLEAN UP IN QUICK ORDER AH Surplus Stock and Winter Goodi have in miny cases been REDUCED TO HALF PRICE. PV Jl-IJ PRICES LOWERED CONSIDERABLE ON OVERCOATS Just the very moment one needs warmer clothing the Royal Store features the thing? yo'-i have do- laved buying due to weather." Reg. to coats Reg. to Reg. to CLIPPING THE PRICES ON MACK.INAWS The better grade American Mftehioaws, in a variety of choice patterns. Values 512.00 to At and ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLENS IN A Man's Silit Sale A walk out of these tiae tailor- cJ garments fit savings from to TLut sounds liky business. Every Roya! Store Suit a Pure Wool Suit. 1ri thn ivprk Uelow list a few Reg. to at Reg. to at Reg. to Reg. to at Reg. to at Extra Navy Blue Serge AU wool values, Clearing at 521.50 533.75 STARTLING REDUCTIONS ON SWEATERS sweater has lo shelf In order. Qalle n cJ pull OTcrfi RDd All ot tto tetter Krades. lislter corns Koro'a lio Itet ot rices Ifcal'll them Tiiore In hurrr. them thrci PEOPLE HELD UP SEW YOHK. Jan. .3. Shipment freight and particularly Coodstofia in- tenied for Aincricaii troops abroad paople, em- "liargoed from parts of tiie coun-; 1ry through the ports of PMfadelpMa and Kew Yort, for export by order oC the fediersl focvj aaminlstraiiou. today. Food and supplies are accumulated en the piers of New York to such an extent Uiat It is Impossibla for It 10 be handled and for cargo space to PC provided for Its transportation abroad. Similar conditions are declared to ex-' Sat in. Boston and Pblladelphia, wltn tte situation "becoming more serious. Three principal causes are One is the strike of freight handler's Ttas reported spreadioe WASKKCrTON, Jan. Officials at loci a4nilnlitjatlonr ths railroad fcarulDl strati on and tbe shipping board today professed ignorance ol embar- foes announced by officials In New Tork on the movement of freight to New York, Boston and Philadelphia. REGlN'A, Jan. vrcre re- caired fren: tr Inspector Reid, head of the Saskatchewan divis- ion of the Dominion police, to dis- band the immediately. About, 40 members are affected br the order, in- cladfne two pec tors anil one chief inspector. The of tiere daties R. K. M, P. Inspector resigced as heatlj of the force yesterday, tut is still in comma nd. ARE DISSOLVING THE GERMAN HIGH COMMAND BASEL, Jan. German armistice comrmisioners, according to a Berlin dispatch, have transmitted to 'the allied commissioners a'tiote'fcsylng that on the wtslerA except for the peace time garrisons, there are now 20 divisions, of which the have been discharg- ed. It Is added that the dissolu- tion of the German high command Is proceeding. GOOD NEWS from the SHOE SECTION Xeirly 200 pairs are doomed for clearance a'- a MERE BITE OF THEIR FORMER VALUES. your oppordin- to share in an erent that ha? w ;l the earmarks ot t-olid calf and vlci lii'd in Uucher and Balmoral style. Cbocolalo brown or Wack, Goodyear soles anil N'eolin soles. Values froni SS.W to Si.OO. At and Warm Wool and Flannel Shirts in Great Dsraand. January spells colds to Ibc 1111. warv who do Tiot protect their chests against tlio icy blasts. Here's chest protection at Its lowest price. Values ?2.00 to SHS; and 300 SILK TIES 300 Tie latest novelties In fin? woven silk. You'll recognize them as Dollar Values nt once. 300 to clear at 50c DRESS SHIRTS Several hamlrod of these have to go regardless ol IheJr form- er value. -An enormous variety of patterns. Only the better ma- terials such as Arrow, etc. Out they go alt at one jiriec' WINTER CAPS Ho also nt a. fraction o! their regular worth. All wool, interlin- ed fl-Ith fur flaps. Values to At S1.65 A Special .Sale 1 Woolen Socks DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK THE ROYAL PROMINENT CALGARY WASHINGTON', Jan, TjOdgo, rf JtaEsaclmseUs, replied to and denied, In the senate today, the charge made by Senator of tiat the Republicans -p-ero at- tempting to emtemsa PreiWent Wll- ion and prevent unity in the senate. He declared peace negotiations shouM completed as QuJcVJy as possible 5or crory day's delay madt it more dif- ficult to mate peaco with Germany. LOUSE KILLED MILLION Jin. 2-0( the insect: responsible for (ha death or disable- ment of nundrsda of thousands in ffar zon9, tbe louse la declared unanvmotiely to bare fcean one of the most deadly and to hava counted for tl least million persons. MICHIGAN SIXTEENTH STATE TO RATlPY THE U. S. FEDERAL DRY LAW MAN DIES SUDDENLY CALGARY, Jan. Tr.any 'rlends of TV. IX Patterson, southern manager of the R, J. Whltla Co., Trill be much shock- ed to Icara of his death at Carlelon ?lace, Ont, on .New Year's Daj-- Mr. Patterson left Calgary on December 16 to visit his birthplace, where he to be married on Christmas Day io one of-Ihe most popular ladies of Corleton Plate. He was smed The following resolutions for thoi homes for Ibe boys where they will U. F. A. convention hare been" pro- have a prospect of earning a llvell- Whereas this local TLCWS -with con-i tbe Jnlluenza on December 20. TvhicUicertl the ever increasing number ot Chin; booO. Resolution from WHc! Koae Local [No. C7U, Youngstown, Nov. 21, 1918: later developed Into pneumonia. inamen who arriving l that the Small Debt's Act amended to read: Any action Hi hrought under the Act shall he lafccn motbtr and brother, the Rev. anfl as tbey are entering into at the court stUlng nearest (ho laat drew Patterson, now at wlilte labor in Ihe known nddreaa of the indcblor, couver, -Another brother Js Tar'ous etc- 'n view of Hcsolution Trom Valhalla Local No. Inroiiattons at an early date. Resolution Trom Valhalla JH4, Valhalla, Dec, 2, IMS: whereas Use Er.tcrosts that are hene- titled by a high protective tariff are carrying on a very strong campaign in support of such a high protective tariff to retained and even in- creased If possible, and, Wbcreag such hfgh protective tariff !s againat the best Interests ot Uic Dominion at largo for Its Tutura de- velopment and prfjgrcas, anO, NVhercas we believe that Uie most Odd Odd Pieces Winter Underwear Ihb" licit makes' nucli ng Penman's, Slantietd's. VIE FEATURE ESPECIALLY 36 SUITS OR PENMAN'S HEAVY RIB COMBINATIONS AT, PER o or SUIT..................AoOJ No. 312 FIFTH ST.S. Be of chilblains, protect your feet. These socks will fceep Jnckfrost out. All colors. Reg- ular to S5c, r at 55C (tho fact that thousands-of our Iio; with an artillery It is very1 lifcely that interment wiil made; in the faroiJy plot in i 114, Valhalla, Dec. 2, 191S: on our btnilf to Wrjerea, farming is tho bania _ tju. a tnari'R country, and try ot our o.' Alberta, and "that these will soon be returu- whereas everything iiosslblo OH THEFT CHARGE he dniie to tncourago extenilon ol MON'TREAU -Ian. J. K. TIl's Iocal resolves that the Minis- farming operations In our province, PlamoniJen, ot Ihls city, Immigration he nqucstcd to bro-jght before the police court on a matter closer Whereas ih1? Ihreo great Tactora charge of theft. Ono Daniel Loewet ol'a'so n-iih ri-siiuct to alian" y.'blch make thj reiurna on the same repair parts can lie used on any mnlce of- implement, nnd. Lie U further resolved tliat a com- mission of experts bo-appointed by the Dominion Government to investigate the neods-of tJiu farmer and to decide what the standard design phall be. 'Resolution fro'ni .McC'af.'erly Local Xo. 4 Kdgtrton, 2, IMS: Wliereaa the revenue ol this prov- ince fs supplemented by .1 tar, levied exclusively 'upon land; and wltereap the Act.Iniposjng.such tax UiscrEmiD- nles rural lccloralc ol the Do- a .h., all f tlils5; this city had him arrestfcd on a charge lion from Kurone, uo. railway uncertain and thereby beeping many of retaining of a trana- company granted to_ from engaging in farming ore hail, action in thts city. Xotary engage in foreign countries drought and treat, pleaded guilty, saying he was a yfc-, under any Urn of herd limes. LAXSINO, Mich.. Jan. 'TThe Michigan lejhlaruro today r'tifled amendment lo the United constHuUon, pro- tor a dry nation. Uotli 4 houaec-arlopled tbe roioluUon withont debate, and the only opposlilon Carrie In tbe house irhen Ibree vote a cast agalnat the proposal. Michigan i; the Kth state to ratify the proposed prohlbi- lion amendment to the federal cooatltuUon, Twenty tnoro stales must take lifce action to adopt the amendment as pro- posed by congress. DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST PERUVIANS CONTINUE Peru, Jan, tionj against I'eryvians roniinuft in Chile, according to ur.c'licial reports rectired here and stjRm.shfps are ar- rlTinj; at Mollondo and Calao n-ith many Peruvian- refugees from Chile, Victor I'errc-rra, a loading jruTJan sugar jiruducer, announcoa vubllcly thai he will ship no more Thererore he It resolved by Ihia on from Harvest Vale Ixical veulion of the U-F.A. that our No. Uowellj Xov. ?.tj, J'jiS: ilattve commitlco be inilrncted to Whfrroa.i in all cast's where Ihcro i up with our provincial goveramont the has liccn dejifinrlents of who i advlsabiHty of enacting and putting Convention of U, K. A. thai struct end authorize our executive to enter Into negotiations wllh all Ihe different organlzationa ol tbe g various provinces with Die view or taking joint action to finance nnrt carry on a strong educative cnmnaign, ra the prolecUvo tariff, and its clfect. have rnadfj the sujiroruc sacritice En tbJs war, tlio govcrnmc-nt has made provision into lorcc an Act providing for pro- vincial insurance against damages to LONDOX, Jan. the allied to Jake 2000 airpJanes from Germany-, in accordance with tho terms of thn armistice, means militarily crtpplfpg Cermanr In Ibe air beyond ,hopo 'of early recovery, while Immensely tug to the aerial strength of tha al- lies, says an Aviation export. This' ia emphasized, he says, by Ihe fact that in (Ire months of the hsavleet air fighting of tho irar Germany !ost Jn aerial combat Kith the BrltfaJi clusively'for thb p'rodiictiDn nl fo.od. I alone something like 2700 machines, from Hgrlney Local (hts total mnat fto added the de- struction wrwigbt hy the Prcncli an'l American air forces. 57, CrosflflchJ, Dec. 2, 39IS: tho different from Xo, 457. Ilowley, Alia., Dec. '2. Wlicreaa tt IB known that the Trust and Guarantea have exorbitant cliargoa for handling the affairs o( dying tntcatatc. Unsolved, lhat we the Unlleil Farm Kcsolver] (bat the time Is now rirf. for Hppolnlltjg farmer candidates for efcfl of Albcr- la, and that definite, steps be taken to this if lid! All farmer cnnrHilatc.i mu9( be pledged to lire Plat- form as atloptcd by "he Canadian Council ct Agriculture. FORMER SA3K M L.A, DEAD i, hul no pro-'] uops by hall, anrt froal, th1 vision nor any rocognitlop has been j amounts lo Lo paid on account of, crs of Aifcertn pelitioa the J'rovincial J MOOSB JAU', ,Ian. rnarla to who liav'd not os tiihnr ijf Hie three elements Government thai affairs of tills kinil -Tleaurlrcaif, Caron.'formur M. might be limited lo coet o' seed, lie it funlior resolved, that thn con- ______ ,-._- ____ vcntlon go en favoring such siigar to Chile ami urges all Peruvian r-hnuli mako act for our province. upon their joya who liavc Ihrrir live.s. Thereto ha it resnlvtid that the and rice producers to do the bo handled by more i on a systematic, basis. Involution from No, UO, HalkirX, Dec. 3, sonuj consi'leratlon for thy Ilcsolutlon from Valhalla Whereas agricultural implemonts iider A. Thunder Creeh constituency in "eg I s la live asaeuv riled this uiorning on a Canadian pirenta I hoy boya (or the aacrilltc JH. ValhalU, Dec. 2, 1318; I'acltic railway ir'aM w'tilo en route io Ror-ncsiler, he ivas Untcr -very largely Into the of going for an HIGHER FEES FOR LAWYERS SASKATOON', .Ian. Tilglicr .....____ scale of fefis for lawyers, uniform companies and Kpficulalor.i adjacent CJrando and, legislation in the vre.Uern provinces, [to the C- I'. K. hert arc lying this locality will noon Whcreaa of the settler.i in thisjfeert production nnd ivliercaa t great Kti solution from llanvrbl Vale lyjcal part of Prairie district as army of able men are til pres- o. S3 1, Nov. 30, located from 'JO to CO miles from rail- 1 cnt engaged in thft sale of repair parti Whttr.-as vast areas o! land held hy reail (owns, Cloirmont and i lor agricultural Implements, anil, Whereas we believe that by stand- ardizing all machinery used In rroduc- uniform or "tlock ?ystcm'' ol and provision will havo to ha made provft he the hesl and mast Import- lion of food atuifR fi b.Hing benefit feea In all jails ol (or our soldiers on (heir return who ant and dairy country} would he conferred on both chewan, the establichni-jnt ol a aro desirous of going In for farming, in the Peace Hiver district, as an abun- and consumct. ot archivists of Saskatchewan rlccl-i Therefore Ijt it rcsolvej that in- dance of UK- most nulrltloua wjlo Ilesolved that we iJnlterl Farm- sions, and other impnrtant mailers aUjad of taking thf; buy3 into the In- grasses grow here, en of Alberta in convention asscm- were Lroughl the convention atcessiblft ivat-fi Itlver country, Ihe Therpforn It resolved that wo re- i bleO, demand that tho Dominion Cov- oC (fie Har Cfjvcrnmcnt jietitlonpd epcddiily asX the Provincial and a law rtmiiring tiiat nil at Its opening seaaion litre this morn- to confiscate all thU lan'l, pay a rea- minion participate In the Germin electiono. He afco will freedom of the press srtd freedom of far as fs compatible with the main- tenance of order. FROSTS IN CALIFORNIA SAN ,Inn, .wcalJior accompanied by n. killing frost this morning will continue throughout Urn ntalc tonight and to- morrcw, accordtag lo Iho United States weather bureau here, Smudg- ing alill la being resorted to' in soathem C'aJIfcKrnla to cave tho crop. .TRIAL CONCLUDED CWCAGO, Jart. being on the witness stand for three days, tha examination of Victor L. Berger, of Milwaukee, who with four others Is on trial, charged with conspiracy lo Interfere ivlth the govf.rnment'3 euiillon of ihe war, waa conciudod cloy. ;