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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. AI.BEKTA. "FHIDAY. JANUARY 10. IS FALLING BEHIND LONDON, Jin. nil f.lltn In the month In over muUrl.l by the Mrm. the armletloe. A check- Ing to d.te knows n ahortege of gone, machine 1-000 tNwh morti.rt, 600 atrotsn.e, engines, neW lorrlel and railway can. LONDON, Jan. I.loy Beorse. Andrew Bonnr Law, chancf of the exchequer; A. J. Ealfou lecroUrv of state for loreifin atfair snd Oec-rie Xlcoll llarnes, JirlTy coun- illlor. have baen appoinlail envoys lo peace congress by the British cab- inet, wording to the Express and the Mail. Dominion Men Sir Roliort L. llorden, premier a! Scores a Victory on freedom of Seas Question! LONDON, Jan. di.paleh via R-iiUr'sl-Meis- -.3-3 from Paris Indicate Wot Clemence.u .r.d Lloyd h.vo scored a on tht question of UK freedom of the seas tint Is Htlely to ba uld about this question wnen me Mtt-sl p-aee confertnw The Spanlrt-Morccco ejection also hss been settled lo Ihe s.tTjfcetlon ct England and White Star Co. Issues Statement On Recent Complaints of Soldiers Peace of'World Must lie Based'. Wail on Something More Solid Than Theories QUEBEC. Quebex flee of tlie White Star Steamship company lias issued the following statement in connection with the Northland case: Jan. _o____ (.en.ia'i emperor are advised in a xpefial report by a' aub-cotnmlltef! of the commission charged with inrjuirins into violations of the laws of war, apiKiiated tv.-o. i months ago. The parent body has '____ _ great deal of TrarX through c! Australia. its sub'Comraiiues, each of which iUIKheon today at LONDON', Jan. I'resi dispatch from Oeborne IloR- Release of .Many s Nov.- in Jail in England White Star Line, after making thorough Investigation anil after William Morris ..rcmtcT ol Australia, and lien Louis m ouf.n Who, premier ot Ihe l.nlon ot Soutn s repovt of Ihe Uric., will he colonill rojroscntalives that ivho will hove seat-', when the con- ,_ (hll foundation to takes up business ot [he compla'tat; i., nnrainlons thev represent, 11 U1; 'UL'BLIX. Jan. A ..onftitueiii assembly, tin- rta-.n ot whirll his not been fired, will determine- the i> constitution for Ireland. lo was assigned some parL'cular p'aaae munmt ou the ore uf departure! fgia s laT tjf violations charged enemy ;nr the peace conference. Eltd ha was zt ul elcctr countries. Plans for a tribunal which a jiras believer h! the of.nat- Brl'Hriarl'anu-nt ure in jail, will try cases in which violations of ion5 and ths brotherhood of man, hut f ___ i___ __. i. ihrt InC- oinu i-uine.j the law of war ve already tjjen we ousht not to forge: It was ths sat 'red name of the Prince ol Peace the li 3Rill. As Small Nations According to tho Kip-ess, an inter- istius decision was reached by the "Tho Northland had been duly in- spected hy the military authorities, at Liverpool hetore embarking on the laolnet in providing tha! the Domin will- appear .at the peace con The- Sinn Feinei-j arc confining, their activities at present to securing j _-------_ "onToT'the moat JUficuit rinses o: wiu-n iragim 'Tfiui' i situation Has Cleared And tho war has been ih. mqulry iato ill- Woody md an d that j uemandtng'tlist the i HM bluMUO treatment of prlsm-crt, their eicploy-' iio Bolshovikl had ureacsed Russia, inroiisnoui iiei ment behind the firing lines, illesai In blood In the Dirr.s ot the brotner-) imprwont.i --..-ernnient method ot warfare, misuse tie Fed hood of man. Therefore, it was nee- rumor flag, iiointianimcnts of bospi- essary lo guard .aealnsl trip everything waa founJ clean. n; Mini Edith. by trnpt.- phrases. nni hi Crst olits order slid equipment anj fVyatt. The sub-i Like many. atl6thcr criminal. Oer i ana rjjan. tu- cuu- ui.-vc comioittee bavinB this in charge many has turned' Wng's evMence. Das Nationality, the leading Sinn Fein up to stAndard. "The orderly officer Inspected ___ r----- me UIUBIIJ already eiiimined nbout denounced kaiser, pretendine lie, .lemaad [ress as small nations. Tho delegate? eacj1 ,jny al7.'ayn asked if iii.troatmf.TiT r.f Tiri-.onars. nT1A bu ulll go lo Purls on Saturday for Ihe Uiere were Rnv but iiirponi! ot ntlending sittings ot the nter-allleil conference. 30 Delegates PARIS. Jan. la probable that lliere wiil bo 80 delegnlM at the peace Ehip orgsn. says'that neg ions raay provo adequate, igaorcd. the Irish people the prosratn presented less brought aboard by In Offenses at sea are being dealt with j of tho world, ARE ILLBEFfllflfOK II eftsr the. destruction ot their vessels, were toM they would be dealt with I tho sinking ot hospital ships ani- PARiS, Jan. UUlt news although fragmentary r.nd somstlmts eon the Ebert government has won i victory over .udden. impetus given the government'. hy the .upport BT loyal elements numbtr. with the I oovernmenfs success. In the wnaulnary fishllng of I the Soartasans are rspo.-ted to have .'Jffered vary heavy lo.Hi. i GOVERNMENT FORCES IN CONTROL BERLIN, Jan. Qovtmment force, trf Ini i control of lhat section ol the Inntr city n Ui6 I and Friedcrichstrssse. It ha. Issued enitr prohibiting .11 prooWBM. 6TATE OF SIEGE AMJTSRDAM, J.n. vf sLooe ha. proolalrTiB' in accorrflnp to lat. dtspatoh- e> from thai city. Tho lion proh.bly vuai by Iht Ebert govomrMnt. ,ii "GOVT. TROOPS VICTORIOUS COPE.NHAQEN, Jan. ernment occupied' all the public building. >nd thou- tands of troopi are .till tnUrlng tht capital. The Berlin correspondent, who e.ln- ed tbli Information, declares thai the Spartaeans havo bast] beaten and that quitt WM partly restored tnifay. Some Hot Flghtlnj' BEHUN. Jan. Urine, irf which artillery has oeen employed, has been heard in various parts of thr, city (luring tlio afternoon. den Llaien, Wllbelmstrassa aBd the tec ilon around tho relchstae have been scenes ot'especially ths picture Is mtKJi s.iirli. te'to'that of -yesleTday, hut the situ-, ntlon appears-to. be- improved gome. Ail is Quiet gain .....jotiat-l GENERAL STRIKE if tlie BUENOS AYRES. 10.-A general slrik. througlioul Argentina it mlanloht. BITENOS AYUBS. Jan. 1 o'clock this uiornins thunderstorm and a heavy rainfall cleared tne atreeU of the city of idlers and witil'J half an hour the business centre wai, I'a. quiet as if the .dls.ordep jOl.the [day and the evening before hail net haopened. 20? Cssuoltlss latlona iallert Into the congress when Biieclal cpon which they are esperti ife'iiniler corisiacration. It 13 prob- ibio lhat 'Lord Harding, former vice- loy''ot indfl; 'Sir Louis fcti ambatsador to Turkey, and Sir E. IV. Howard, British rnlnUler to Swlt- will appear tor Orcal llrltaln extra delegatos. Bernard Baruscn, rancc McCormicl; anrl otbor special- Kla will bo called unou liy, Iho United !Ulo5 peace commission. Changes in thd pinna hitherto con- ildered were auggestea'today. They loncerned principally the nunibBT ot lelegntes to to given the smaller pow- ir's. Most ol those which coclareil tar oU Ihe central powers will have hree. These nations are Greece, Ber- lin Portugal. Rumania, IJraill. and Khina. Polind f.nd rill have two n piece. Countries Hitch simply broke of! relations with Majority Over Both Knoll jltoar of the central powers will tavo n( Ed. (lie delegate. ivlews, without Bret taking the oppor- as the .indiscriminate bombing and the wilful or reckless of hoapiteJs. All the nub-committees sail have I large massee ot evidence to helore tlnsJ reports art: issuej Seal- Ing with charges to he preferred and the rcEponsibilily to be attached lo Individuals. Almost conclusions, therefore, may not be rozchcd. NEW VORK. Jan. 10-Wlfi harbor operallons virtually at a standstill ana the citv facinB ths posslblilty of rc.tchtag the hunger point In the neli 48 he-are as i coTUseqience, Uw bfal etrike cornir.ltiae ol lha Workers' .ArBliotiou pis today to tale action roMt .fcoretore, may not be reached In a A a !th rejlonti railroad Mjorlty of cafes for como months. 'a ad it la said that It is not to bo as- g- jlh hi, reguost lo iumeii that practical stops have rcpreienUtiYPs at a con- been taken to secure and arrest of- fcndors. OK i'AOE 0) I Knight of Ed- monton HAT. Jin. oi the Alberta Federtrtton of Labor lor the eutuins year wero elected this afternoon. F-or president, F. tliHiffi use Conferences Held in Relative lo Market- Canada's Grain LONDON. Jan. (Special cable r iv 1 _ y She strikers, who are alleged to have to capture them.- i' committee misht take upon it. who represents tco holding the gate and. Ihe ralchstag early today to attempt to arui- jwlnrv The jdchjiag building Is the trouble, but were surrounded the Uni- of Berlin, 590 of irhom ors lo the yards on time: OYSTER BA.V, N.Y., Jan. fheodore Roosevelt's will, made In SIS, was rctd to meipors ot the Uly Saiamoni Hill. AHbonili fe veltto ol tt. former president's j was not ffiifie known, it 3wSSfejS the Trades aod' against the Ruthen'ans, ap- tne iraae. amrtatim to be Bjron W. Btllo the astnlmous i vvevr vw vv tndorstood, lo nmottnt to aot Byron W. Bellamy wss ban lAcoordlcc to Attorney nMinimnnq rhofcii! leorgo C. OoW, ot New Yori, sad tho will, docum.Bt fill tho entire ejtato, Tiih the ex- Option ot tiw funJly tllTor will ball In trust for the vrtdCrW ferlng hor lite, aal rive, her pawor f dlepos. ot It by rhe tWt L In the sver.t larot no will, Ve estV.e.l! to bo divided In krts araong tho children. CWfwy wsj telecttd M lh uld In the press, devote to transport demoblllietlon, and that Wtltor Lono will bs !ir7t lord of the admlr.lly. J. R. Clynes Is given Ih6 portfolio of pensions by the parliamentary oorrespondenlB oY the pnpera, Sir Frederick E. Smith, attor- ney-general In the Coalition obi- net, It It reported, will be lord In the new cabinet. FrclheTt of Ilcriin. Out of a of act10n _............_ nearly 1.060.000 the Ir.dcpondonl-. an addltloai! pollcit tower than 1K.OOO snfl tailed to elect a sinele'ropreseiitallva. The fcourscoije pirties eierlnd EOV- LONDON, J.n. British NorthurnbrU (truck ii mint eft Mlddlesberoujh Thura- wid It Ii that mcst at ths lort. A bolt wliti .urvlvorl end etjht ds.-.d ti.o at Kpwton Abbot, Four boatt which Ittt the ahlp with .urvlvor. are missing were .wamptd atletnptlng to rnsKa .hore, Unty-two reivcwntP.tivos and the 'ority-Sooi'iiis'.s'tlilrty-nino. Tho lattsr [rolled Isss than ono-lhin! ot Iho pop- ular vote. MASKS HAN FRANCISCO, Jan. an poal to tho public to wear gi'ino musks inado today by Wilt- Ism Haielor, health officer. In view of the Increase Iti Iho nuniljer of In fhicncn CTMS. WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS i DItAKDON. Man.. nalion- .1 cirganiralion of v.-oracn alotig Ihs lines of tho tlnlte-i Farmers anil Grain idrovrers' Aniodr.tions was curnpleted at the ciTiYorilion licre Ihi3 morning. Mm. Marfrtiishton, of mother of Ih3 srsln crt-.vers' n-. nC, is (lie was by a vote o! 36 lo 29. TWO KILLED Jan. tion of unfrmpToyod Ir. Municrf Tuesday wat taken In charge by ultra-radicals favor.ble to the Oerlln Spartacans, led them lo. an .attack on tho foreign of- flca. The effort waj repulsed, person, were killed and six wounded. Oinsdhn Council to cocJ repietentatlvsj to Loadon. vphere they could keep in touch wila Dr. Robertson !n an advisory during tho ilellberstloos enii ol nny Inlemalioiial food TIHC CaugKt on the Fly (COHITHUID OH PAOl fi) As It Is rocognlted thol In tonn ouslnescts there Have been consider- nblo alterations in tho staffs owing economic e4id tmslnosa con PARIS, Jan. tenllon I. being given the Russian situation In peace conference clr- cTet tore- and a commlislon. to go lo Russln It. being con.fdtred. It wouTd cxamina Into the entire ooljtlc.-.l, economic and military iituatlon. opc-rHIIoili ol r.ny food, lhe Eiocullve, Comnltleo ot boarj innt any be established by the. rccon3Uuctton coianilUeo alwgosU poioo contorence. Ho alto said that m1jhl ho wM u ltl Mn lhe Canadian government would be vmw taXo early steps me Canadian government would be [he tako early steps, prepared to sstojuarJ. tho Interests of ncivlso (ormer employocs, >o tho grain trido in Canada by atiordlcg j{ opportunity for em-j plojment In other dlrecllonu were lo j ovtry posBlblo opportunity of merclal Iradlnj. Fair and STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS. -I rf Scaialtnavian arrived al St. John at S o'clock this morning. 38, CJramriisu arrived at Liverpool on jJanuary Sth In the lls'nl o( present Indications d estlmatos ot tho world H Is Ml that a ready and avilia-Mo Cartel for Cauada'a wheat crop ueit acoeon will be RsanroJ. even under contlniisil restrictions anil limitations of an loleraaL'oniU hoard of fXMl con- trol. It Is also felt that without a, guarantee for tie 1515 crop. Iho of Canadian wheat will not de- cline materially he-low the present j-rice. ofTer, tho man coaccrneil would hove tho cbanco io take. "THK MINISTER OF EDUCATION'' TORO.NTO. Jan. lO.-Rov. lien failed to invlle representatives ot Iho Spenco, charged iu the police court city to tho conference over school Ihta morning with a breach of the grants al Edmonton next Monday. Had ilcr-ln-council in Hal ha had copies o( wo been invited 1 think every council the temperance book "The 1'arasile" woulil have tolil him as I would (ell In hia posscislon, pleaded not guilty, him that there should' be Iwu ropre- W. E. ltaincy; argued tliat Ihe case senlatlvcs on every city school iioard hail been disposed of before a higher from Ihe i-iti' llnr-.cuurt. An adjournment for one ;