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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LE'IHBKIUGK. ALBEUTA, MONDAY, JANUARY HI19 M'MBEK 21 GERMANS TO RESIST POLES-SERBIANS ARE DEMANDING RIGHTS Col. Theodoreftoosevelt, 26th President o! U. S., Dies Suddenly in Sleep ,'f A HERTLIMG DEAD Great American Succumbs Attack of Inflammatory of San Juan Great Fighter in Both Peace and Sons Overseas. Serbs Protest Against Treaty Adriatic, should bo continued by the peace con- ference, Serbia would to Ihe finish." lie added Serbia Aid not enter tiits war lo become the vassal of ntiy nation. She cannot agree to Ji.ivo Italy con- trol the territory In question. OYSTER BAY, Jan. Theodore Rocscvelt died in his sleep early today at his home on Sagamore Hilt, in this village. Death is believed to have been due to rheumatism, which affected his heart. The colonel suffered a severe attack of rheumatism and en Year's Day. but none believed his illness would likely prove fatal, i The former president sat up most of Sunday and retired at 11 o'clock last night. Several'hours Ister. about 3 a.m.. Mrs. Roosevelt, vjho was the only member of the family at Oyster Bay, went to her husband's room and found that he had died during the night. Mrs. Roosevelt telephoned to Col, E. Rocsevcli, cousin of the former ArKldcnt, and he cam- to the Roosevelt home immediately. Telegrams 'were dispatched to the colonel's children, who hi other parts of the country. .-------------------------------------------------Q Ywa of tin., colonel's Major Hermit art; iti service uliroad. Arc-hit1 Kooscvcli ami Ms lyfi Xyw Vert last night for 1 u'iie n: thu wi failier 111. Kihd DerLy ana her two children i-.ru in Aikc-n, S.C. Deiasts for ihe funeral have not COPENHAGEN, .Jan. Count von fomipr licrlal tiorman chancellor, died Saturday nisht. He Ini'l btou ill for several is late torby. Te j condolence ami sympathy lo ]iour in from all parts of tlie country lodjty ;is L-O-JH HS -.Ju- IHMVS: of Tol. UnQstivelt's ik-jlli Ijeeiime kncnvu. The furjnor president came to Iiis hoinr: on Sagamore liitl mi Chrlstaius Day. but a week later was MricXen with ;i 1 s-eve-re yliiitU of rheumatism nnd scJ-i from ho licet) suffer- hitf lor some time. Tlie rheumatism affected his right hand av.d it camc imicli swollen, llctemaiiiod-jn Pursue Fleeing Bolshevik! OMSK, Dec, capturing Perm, the Siberian forcee under Gen. Galds have pjffued the retreating troops toward Glaxov. It Js reparted that ihe number of prisoners captured has reached and that an enormous quantity of several armored trains also ftM into the hand: nds cf the Siberian troops. Will Use Every Effort to Uphold Irish VoW HERTL1NG Former chancellor, who dead. NEW YORK. JA A rfiiiiWi now exists'In Ircbml. r.tid nvtry ul the Irish PCOJJU- wiU Ukj usc-i! to hoW it, MtCnrtun. "You liuve seen the s'atttnont of Ihc new.English secretary for will be yruUfi.1 will her Dr. MrOuvtim declai'Oil that i-'ioni rKviian tin: people of Ire- land had i i lo vute for nUon from Ktigluu'J. 'i'nis. ho said. as tfio "envoy of ihe provisional ior the sweeping victory crr.racnl ot dcchutd in the Sinn I'eiti. a, a hero night lo ronammaio DlariKvl Lyuclxj to that of Poland, but and I.iAiu ;ill iironi-jsuul the IrUli rcpuMu: as yet hail not intnt Sum Feiners, upon their eleu'j bc'jn recognized any other nation, tioii ti> the- British parlii-Hiem, j He liuil Uie fn'sli here had raised :i fund of ?StOOii.CirijJ to carry out ill "sir program. Would ltfaUld.-J.ribh Cam- cot sorrclary, iliss JosepUinc Siricker. see him, life colonel ivis IVJiss StricKer said lo'jay Hut one had any Ehat deatii iv.is GO near :it hand. Felt Death of Son Keenly momveallh Under British Protection (hat Ihc IrU-h question will lie sel- "Self-determination should ,n Ihc next six months eith-j plied to tlit: Irish people er pcaUeiiWy or saM Dr. SloCartaii. in Ireland itr.j not afniirl of shedding blood in our righi- anil if Eiu'Knd attempts bo ap-- coming within Prosiilertt Wilson's dei'brtd Dr. McCarlaii, "1 uelieve that President Wilson has Hie to insist uiion n republic in Ireland the peoplosr of the Uie republic with- V TOROXTO, Jnn. the def- inite trraty of peace is signed witbir. orty-dghi liours befure his death nfxt fcy wionths, you will find ttiai" Will Fight jthe Eormnr iircsldcint had been visited Pales I Ins be the f by of tiia cinfr.H legally gtcuroi physicians who slutcdi hc f nun il tho c ul oa e 1 app are ntiy in euuuiiJiVn colonel, lie F. him and and LONDON, Jan. is about to diplomatic and mili- tary measures against the Bol- shcviki government, according to a German official statement re- ceived by wtrsless today. spirits. Thft niighcd ami joked lio Qxn'-cieii lo ro- neiv ivci'd-chcppiiif''expcuitions on liis I [til estate- One of the things that is believed to have contributed inorfj Ihnn any other to Hit- tfijynol'j; breakdown ihc ileath last fall of bis son, Queniln Uoosevi-li, ihe JM. Jji Kraticy. I'roiid of his son's acliieve irtcirts, Col. Kaoi'cvelt bore uji under the sorrow doatli with tndc. Friends say, (liat tbn lather "dill not crrry his Imsvt on fleevc.'1 lie suffered I'.iDst silcncu and irieil lo [orfe'ci tli it n ever j iheni hy phmgint; harder i into iiis v.'ork, 1 At Half-Mast BASEL, Jan. former German army to exist, says the Norri Deutsche Altge- rtieine Zeitunj ot Berlin, as 150 divisions already have been de- mobilized. The demobilisation of the units, the paper says, >s proceeding rapidly. WASHINGTON', .lau. were >tcd a: tiic the; ain't nil public buil'Jingj; to- day upon thu annnunQemenl of the death of Col. anil In rospi'd to Ihc (c> llic lornjcr jircsi- dent and commandir-in-ch't't of ibe Jew ta homti TCCOK- en. Cnfchley of, Coch- rfihc, 28 Years Old, Given The C. "M. (i. LOXUOX. Jau. y. l The Heard of and Immediately.'Sought" Armistice PAHIrit Jan- hurried Order of Coinpanion of St. Michael to request tlie-armisticfj wiieii sue saw ar.tl St. George has? bcim conferred j lhat a ntvr alileil ofTcuaivo -.van to be These by Clarence (lajupon Brig.-Cen. A. V. CHtchley, ofllauncliPd on tho Spin, prvamc-.t of tbo Canadian Xion-tthe cavairy: Colonels Hugh Cfiistiolm, Monti-eaK at Ihe mceling in the inctlu-al service; William Simson, army Allen theatre yesterday, were the SIR- nal of- an oinlnirst. of applause anr! cbcers. The meeting was one ot a series being held in connectlou with the ICIh annual confereticc the (e dt rat i un of 7. Soc i e I ics of Canada. One of tbe outstanding features of tbe meeting tlio unanimous pass- of ing a Manning vole of the follow- ing proposed hy Ihe presi- dent Kesoived that the Zionists of Canada call upon His Majesty's government to place before !he peace conference- the aspiration and historic claims of tbe people with regard lo Pal- estine, lo Ihc end lhat il ivas the Urillr.h governniont's. dectiration of Nov. 2, ondorsctl by the allied governments, (here he oil such a iiolitic.il and economic con- (liLioii in Palestine as assure, urjlor the trusteeship nC the goverumcrii, ihe development of Pal- servicu eorps, and Karl Folgcr, ord- nanco. Brtg.-Gca. A. C. Crllthlcy, t'.M.G.. i'j the qlilest nf Major C. A. Crltch-i ley. home near Cochrane, Alia. Tbe father ami three sons en- listed at the oiitTiiug of'tlu; war. Ono t-on, J. A. Criti-Tiiciy. a youiger brother Criu-hley. was hilled sonio lime ago, Another brother, W. R. Critcliley, holds tho rank of major. At the outbreak of ihe war J'rig.- or rain e front on Nov. 12 cUfJ.tfQO men tinder com- mand of Geo. ile C'nstclnuu, says the Excelsior. k American and French (roopa, it says, we re c once rUra ted on the I'TQ nt L1 e uveon Briey unci Chateau Sauleiis. Tbey were supponed hy guns of ail calibre and hail 1100 tanks avail- able on a front of about 45 ciiJes, Duke Albrecht ot' VVurUonilmrg, tbe CJer- this front, had men anil only man rommaittler on available only Bolshevik! Are Committing rVAnf1 1 iUliU Ull Jan. names 6f Vllns, Lcinfatrg and Kiev are being written In'blood red letters along the wetter n frontier of Russia and scores of smaller eft- its, towns and estates tying bo- Iween the cities also are bejng delroycd by the BolaheviKI. Ac- cording to trustworthy report! reaching Warsaw, the Bofihevlkf .ire adding tortures of the dark to the customary horrors of guerrilla warfare. The Poles arc making n gallant di fensc ot rvilli limited (np girls and hoys, hi N'ovenibtr i-iUzc'na nldcd the Poles in ?aving thu from the Ukrainians. The archbiohop of komberg is (he alateiuent that fnketi'lirfsrfucra ih'e attaihers urn tnrlurcil. Thft ftrchbishop say.-, that tlie cmeltles of the Jjolsho- vfftf have no varallol in modern his- tory. i Kiev, the UkrAfiifan caiiital. which hua'hren relatively ouict for tlio or (ire navy nnri at every anny poslfj a lid ramp at Jmwe and The Fun.iral .OYSTER, HAY, X. Y.. Jar.. The hour for the funeral of- ficially fiscd today at p.m. Wed- nesday fur Uie home services and 2 p, ,iu. at rhrist KjiisctijuU lierr. At llii request of Mrs. it I will he private-. He will Im hurled at Yonng's Memorial Omelevy. Oyster Day, In a plot -selrcted by the colonel ;nnl Jiis wJfc Miorily after lie 3eft the Vhiie Eniloii Kooscvelt, cousin of HnosoveU's desire Miai lior hitPh.Tiid tiuried as ,a privctd for IHIs reason ihe 'funeral j would ho private, he said. It 'Mrs-'. Roosevelt's desire rils'u Jewish communities in I'ales- thc rights nncl political status hy in any other country. One ot UIL; speakers vras Dr. U. MosseiiBohm, director ol tho in Jafla. He height greetings from tlio Jews and high tribute lo the Urllish forces under Gen. Allcnhy, freed Ih'e Holy Land from Ihe Turks. At a mass meeting in Massey Tlall lasl night KaWil Cohanivltz, of Winni peg, TVUS among the tor in the Flying He a voting man, being only 2S. IIGSIEPSIO UEHL1X, Jan. ti. 'i lie tani in Quarrel WilH LeaeJei' Who Refuses to Re- linquish His Command. AMSTERDAM, Jan. Thft airdrame at Lswica nsar the city of was stormed ort Sunday by Polish trooos, according to R dispatch from Posen floni-h llldcrs, of Ihe bttt Ihe Ilplfttiayikl alrte't hare reacneil nn ngrncmcnl IlitllcJ Slates, candlilntc by German Run's and Gorman Runners and T-cninc ntid Russian Bol- fmcc ?ince. was brun in York on 'the 27th of October, 1S5S. He was from which he wac In, 18Sf'. then for n year travelled In Europe, that jlhc which he published hi? lirHbook mutual imlc-lTho M'ar of 1SU'. ly arc destroying the city. The al-.shovlkl troops urC spreadlns arc estimated to ninnher iiOO, xotnmandcrt by Kormuv Premier Tho terms ot Iho alliance liaU'een of Ihe Ukraine, who also Petlura iind the Moscow government chalrrr.au of the Ukrainian peace are said to provide delegation at llrcgl-Mtovsk. The statfis shall retain t Ukrainians threaten Iho water snil pendeiico and lhal no obstacle ahal! ilGCtrlc supply of Ihe city, while food be pcrmUKut to prevetil the Is becoming very pcarce. Only n few tug o! Iho Bolshevlki doctrinej. The of the civilians have been able to cs- Ccrrmn troopa in t'ne Ukraine nppear raps from (hi city owing (o Hie poor lo have been unable to move-their railway Rtiryfcc. The I'oliah troops arc -nnnSlmiia. Stores Valued nt 1S.OOMOO being aided In (he defcnsn tut Uio, cUy rmiMcS ftjrrs sain to have fallen into by many of Lcinherif, Includ-'thcf of the HylslievIM nt Kle'-, (CONTINUED ON G) THE WEATHER Fair and mild, 44 26 OTTAWA, Jan. T. A. C.'rcr- ar minister of p.gricnlture, nun tie- olinnl the, rcijural of the civil str- vicf federation ot Canada i> ac: on a boarl of ar-j Mfivt'pn lo rlcal ;ho V.MT Ijofiygi is Ini-t tKit the goTprnniiiiu lias nnaMc fo ngreo with Iho riow of UM federa- tion, "U of t-ourae, quite for mo. s niembtr oT tho gov- ernment, ID arccpt your proposal (o net as arbitrator." RIGHTS TO JEWS I'AftlS, Jan, of hive been granted Uumaflia to all Jews born in that country, il Is announced in a letter writlch to V. An Lone sco, Hum an Ian minister to Franco, by M, itothachlld, head qf tho central Jewish committee in France. AMSTERDAM, Jan. Spartaciie. group Sunday evening made another fttempi to seij.i the reigns of power fn Serlin and occupied the office of the Wolff .the news aflenty. The last', lelegram received from'.tr-ii" Wolff Bureau an nounced of its office. advices say ihat ihc Spartatus occupied the offices of lulf s dozen bit] newspapers, in- cluding the Socialist Varwaerls. licrlin, who rcfnsfid to vacate hid post. Ilerr director of (he Vorwaorts Publishing coaitiany. -hns 'necn njipoint- ed ID snccocd Elthhorn. It is reported that Uie government (led to ndopt drastic measures to siipprfss the activities of tins rad- ical Socialists throughout Germany. RAISE TORONTO. Jnn. ago fi.e ilciinuniics !n their churches! in Ontario and tlirwigii ihelr hegan, raising ;i fuml to turn) over to Use government for sonic1 charitable purpoflds, as a mark of their appreciation c' Canada niKine; their tdaiius on the governnwni for exemption Irom r.'.Uitnry service. They raitjcd tliey will herr in a few (Java to tiecidft on tho form of lite offering. After Uteir nonfcrentT IK-re next week a delcga- lion mny "op Eftnt to Ottawa lo lake up Ihc niRtter tkn goYeninient, OMAHA, Nehr., Jan. 70 KILLED METX( .Jan. 4. Seventy worn kilted ns a result of aSi RNiilosion oE (ire damp in a Kri- Harnear insurance agent, having only .day Thirty bodies have (hup one artiu murdtired live norsuiia a'ldjtar been recovered. Five men wbic connuitled with a slioi gtmj killed fvnd entoinbcil by a cave-in Saturday night, it 'was discovered to (at anatlic-r ujiilc. day when the bodies were foumi ini WilBiir Johnson's farmhtmsc 6n IIol-j. SEINE FLOOOEO pian's Island. In Ihc Missouri river, j FAKIS. Jan, Tfie per- noar little Sioux, Iowa. Ho wasislstent rain's have caused a general rise inel. Ths general told that. Iicxttiought vhc ret rent ion ot tha I'reseuL Kovernincut was ber.t Cor Ilia time helng. It w.i3 his amhitlon, tho general addcit. lo make tha incut succeed until the clectioi-.i then "1 will, pevve ihe peopte t'io utmost, i GHEAT NEW KINGDOM OK SERBIA FOKMEU" IMRlb'. -fan. new gorerniaent lias termed at Ilelgradf, hy rep- rraeutylivca of all Jugo-Siavs, Serbia, Monleimgro'.Hostila, .Dal- niatia, Croatia and Slovenia. entente iiosvers and neutral govern-' netording to the JouniP.' OCR' have be .an ititovmcd that liingfluni of St'rV.M :t HOIV tiic unitej Tiinglora. ALBERTA LEGISLATURE MEETS FEBRUARY 4 angry because Johnson's daughter nil thy rivers. The- Sclni is con- Ittsoil to" elbpd n second time him. Johnson, his and young son, as well an ihcir daughter, j The nuay? 5ml suburbs ot Mrg. -Mabol Jones, and her child were [under water and navigation- has ivith jslntiHy swelling and lisa risen- to their degree llial is consitlercd slaln; mo.it teased. CAT.OAKY.i Jan. ses- siun ofvthc provincial Icglsla- tnrc been called lo meet at Ihe bulliUng In montoit on Ty.eadiy, Febrnarj" 4. This is somewhat earHey than 'tho usual' session, but usually February Is the monlb' selected. The govcrulnent lias made no atatcmtnt about tho- legislation lo bt submiltej5, tut IL is generally expected that Iho program wiil not he very lieavy, ;