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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. IJ-I HHHIDi.l.. MMKHl \ WFPWBgyAY. DECEMBER 26. 1017. NUMBER 13 AT FRONT �NATION IS. eEKINO TIM URGE TURKKV TO MAKE PEACE. , Bombay, Dec, 24.-The T\om-bay Tlmeo hag rooelved �.letter from an tnctiaii fitntcHinan of high poiition, pnlntlnR out that the heart ot Mouleni, India, 1b grieved to'find that the principal Iilamic alnto Is warring aRainst the British empire and RuggestinR that Indian Mcilems should jointly urge on Turkey the deglrablllty o{ peace. Greatly Cheered by News ^ That Nation Is Behind ^ Them in Fight SEND A CHEERY MESSAGE HOME Canadian Army Headquarters, Dec. 16.-(By the Canadian Overseaa Coi-roBpondcnt).-"To our comrades and frlonds In support In Canada, this Christmas inessagc is from the Canh-illan corpfi from every dlvlnlon, brigade, battalion and man. U la our deeply sincere wlnlrfor a year of future bapplnens and tor our early reunion. Wo feel today that the race behind us Is of BUcli strength and Inag-nitude that It will Inspire each ot m to fireater deeds and will surely load us to the goal of victory, peace and homo." Such Is thu tmunago to the Uoniin Ion Irom its fighting men In Franco while to the fighting men themselven the corps commander has sent the following message: "The corps commander has taken }it,�i;Zc;:m,^.sire?%irer ?;i'a^^\"o'\rret:L"nf.'ll?^of'^i^""'^ ^� ......\------.........I sion, today to a representative ot the coffee wo had at least two year's sup- 10 liNY FAMILIES A total ot 1300 was turned over to the Nursing Mission by the Herald as a rasult ot the yearly Ooadtellowa' ENE' FiD TO KEEP flSI WITH fPT Other Allied Countries Must "Make Up Great Shortage for This Brave Nation MUST DROP OUT IF NOT WELL SUPPLIED London, Dec. 2(5.-Captain Sir Charles Bathurst, M. P., Tspcaklng recently at Chetlenhani said that the food shortage In Franco and Italy, as compared with a year ago, was something like 30 per cent. All tliat we should have to make up, and If wo did _ ------- _ ,---- - not they would bo compelled by sheer Christmas fund campaign. _ A^tollar \.^ant to drop out of the war. and the German demon would be triumphant. Owing to the-cumulative effect of Incites nf Rhinn nnil-fhnfr 'nrrnflR- MeKicans Raid Border Town, Kill an American Marfa, TeMIr 0�o. 2I^PIgMlng , was ballavedtai'ba In proflraaa today twanly milea aouthweat of here faetwaen United Stataa troopa and Maalcan Mndlta who (ootcd the L. C. Brite atdreand ranch at OaldelBura:. yaaterday, killing Michael Walah, ttage driver, two of  hie paaaengara and thgotlng Sam Neill,*roreman of the Brlte ranch. El Paso, Teaas. Dec. 26.-Mickey Welch, an American, driver ot a mail stage* was hanged and his throat cut yesterday by Mexicans arho erossed the line, raided the border town, Can-' dolarla, and -held up tlio malt stage. After killing the driver the raiders looted the mall- aacks. The body ot I Welch was taken to Valentine, Texas, ' according to a tategram received. Two Mexican passengers In the stage were reported to have been shot. Guarding Patsaa Marta, Texas, Dec. 26.-Amartcan troop* today were guarding all outlets to Van Horne Canyon, where 100 Mex- i lean bandits crossed thu American border on Christmas morning, raided the postofflce and general store on the i Britt Ranch, 27 miles .soiitlitast ot ' here, killed Michael Welcli, � votoran stage dr.ver, and his two Mexican passengers, wounded Sam Nelll, foreman of the ranch, and carried away booty estimated to be worth ?7,000. After the bandits had passed over the Rim Rock,, which rises abruptly more than 1,000 feet above the Rio Grande, soldiers who were In close pursuit tired many rounds at them and are reported to have klUod and wounded many ot the Mexicans. The shoot compelled the bandits to abandon the horses on which they carried away the loot. Colonel Langhornc, In command of the American forocs In the Big Bend, expected the pursuit to be raaumed at daybreak.- amount was raised last year. The tol lowing further acknowledgements were made: Miss Alta Hutner, $2.00; S. J. Shepherd, %BM: Master Millard Alexander, 25c; P. Lund, ^3.00; n j trend �1.50. I "Thero has never before In the history of the Institution, been a Christ-roris when so much' good haa been done, or so much good cheer dlstrlb-; uled as the present occaaion, as a re-I suit of the Herald Goodtellowa Fund, and outside contributions," declared BIQ LUMMfl VARO BURNt the losses ot ships and their 'ncrcas ing diversion to military requirements there was going to bo 20 per cent, less shipping for the carrying of commodities across the seas for this country in 1918 than In 1917. Butter and-'fcacon were likely to be the scarcest In the Duluth, Minn,, Dec. 2C.-Fire yesterday destroyed the Rice's Point saw mill and lumber yards ot the Alger Smith Lumber Company, causing a loss pt )600,000 la buildings and lum> her, and cut oft atreet railway communication between Duluth and Super or through deatnictlon of the Duluth end of the lnt�r-atate bridge. The V > NEEDS INVESTIGATION ? ? ? ? ? Toronto, Dec. 26.-After lying at the po.nt oC death in the general hospital since Saturday, Miss Marion Stone, aged 21, died In that Institution at 7.45 this morning. Norman Jol-liffe Is under ayrest on a charge of conspiracy and a warrant has been isbued for the arrest of a Toronto doctor. Ho is confined in a local hospital with blood poisoning In the arm, On Saturday police officers of the morality department took an ante mortem statement from Miaa 8tone.  spring, and there was no prospect ot "r* broke out In throe places at once, these being made good. The stocks according to the watchman, and the of ten had run down to something like vollce suspect that It was o� Incendiary a little more than a month's supply, origin. The Herald's, Goodfellows Fund man in the Canadian corps all good iJc,.nij wislies for Christmas. He trusts tliat' the coming year may bring with it the , , -, � . . - attainment of our great objective-vie- J-ea^'hed the splendid total of $285 00 torlo�8 pcaco and a happy return to f"?, this was the means whereby tor-our near and dear ones In Canada. '-v-tliroe families hiA a Christmas dfn-TUla is not n mere stereotyped wish, "^r, who otherwise would Behind It lle.n the deep appreciation * hundred children of your splendid work which has ^^^n I'^^^^^l'^}^^^Santa Claus carried to such successfyl conclusion " '  � by every unit In the corps and also to a full recognition ot the sacrifices that have been made, the difficulties overcome, the hardships endured and the high standard ot discipline maln-ta'tiied.i .Your actions have made the Hod It not been for the fund," said M'88 Tilloy, "yesterdoy would have been Christmas in name only for these kiddies. Aa It waa. It held � deeper significance." From the (ftrthaat point south in the city, to the ontlying points of No. 6, natho of our hcmeland one to be rev- no needy person was overlooked; that ered, respected and jionored now and IhroughQiit the years to come." Message to Borden Ottawa, Doe. 26.-Sir Robert Borden has received^ tho following mes-nago from � the overpens forces of the | IJowinion: r-. , "Th B. message from the Canadliiti > .iiorps from every dlvialon, brigade, battalion and man, is a deeply sincere wish tor your future happiness and our o.-.rly reunion, coupled ^'Ith the warmesL feelings of gratitude and ap- i preciatlon for the strong and splendid verdict ot support recently expressed throughout almost every part of Can-j-ada. We feel today"that the force behind US Is of such strength and magnitude that It win inspire each one of is to eroaler deeds and nobler actions end will surely lead us to Uie goal of Victory, peace and home." la the only way to get the real Christ massplrlt. Wasn't'U worth It, Mr. GoodfoUg^* ,y Ths Mission wiiih to thank most heartily, M.e9Bra./8he!th .and Dixon, who doUvered the piurcMa In tbair cars. ply. There was about 10 months' sup-about four to five weeks supply of sugar In the country. That came down In May last to from four to five days, supply. We were on the verge ot a ' sugar fam'ne at the beginning ot May. Three months ago when he became chairman of the sugar commission there wa.s abciit five weeks supply but he was glad lo say that now there were over eight weeks supply In the country. But. notwithstnn.V"" economy in the use of sugar was more necessary than ever. The loss of fruit grown in this country had been colossal and he v,'as proposing to ask foi- a special allocation of 40,000 tons of sugar tor the preser-vat'on next year of homo grown fruit and tor home mado condensed milk. Milk should be used only for children More Snow Would Help Ob-struct Enemy-King Visits Troops HAIG'S GREETINGS IOGEN.PEM PRAYERSFORPEACE OF POLISil LEADER Amsterdam, Dec. 26.-In an Inters View In fhe VoBslsche Zettung of Berlin concerning the selection ot a leaded for the new kingdoni of Poland, iProt. Kucharzevshl, the Polish premier. Bays: . "There is a strong leaning along certain classes tor what might be called Borne, Dec. M/r-Pop* BMedlct yea-tarday received the mamlian ot the Sacred College tor an exchange of Christmas greetinga. In anawer to an address delivered by Card'nal Vincent Vanutelll, dean ot tba eoUage, the pope renewed his recommendations for Incessant prayers tor paace. The Holy Father ezprasaed hope for a brighter future and rejoiced at th* Ubsration o^ Jerusalem. San Francisco. Dec. 26.-Unlaaa ap-prorfmat*ly ten thousand iron workers employed in shopa here and in Oakland receive Inunedlatoly a tan per cent increase in wagas they twill atrike according to statement by B: W. Burton, preaMtout ot the Iron Tradea CouncU, madfli pablin today. It la said federal InterreBtlbn waa a*ilcl^ted. Many plaata fa�rn bavo tiaen engaged in inaawitvturing prt^HBca (or the I^ondon, Dec. 26.-Field Marshal Halg, according to the official an- Italian Arinv Headuuai't^rs in Vorth 1 "ouncement, sent Christmas messages iiBuan Army Heauquaiters in ^o^tn- various allied commanders. The following message went to Gen. Pershing, commander ot the American expeditionary forces: "From all ranks ot the British ar-mJes lu France, I send our best wishes for Christmas and the new year to our comrades of the American expeditionary force. We arc proud to think that the new year will see Americans and British fighting In France for the de fence ot civilisation." and Invalids., nothing >rould ,be mora.f^y �lrPjfne accertiMf�j�brjthe ,aJr-ealculated to brfag about socialunroat; ooara and .^omUBory tor tht> th|kn a scarcity of milk. The govern-. ""''y' meht were going to take steps to see' ithat people did not get more than a ration of sugar, and the food controller appealed to those who lived In the country and worked In towns to carry their sugar allowance with them. ' BELIEVE KAISER IS INCLIKNQWTO Toronto, Dec. 26.-A apedal cable to an Austro-PoUsh solution of the quea-. the Mall and Bmplre from Rome aays: tlon, especially as the Poles are almost unanimous in their opinion tliat no ., The Importance of the pope's allocation on the occasion ot the Cbrlst- inember of the Polish nobility should' ma� rae^Uon ot the cardinals con- he. chosen as king. Emperor Charlea coiinmandB personal sympathies lu Poland and there are many advocates of the plan ot having the emperor named king of the country. On the other hand, there'are many thoughtful slats In the admlaslon that bis peace proposals were hot axpeleted to lead to an Immediate end ot the war but only to render poasible peace negotiations. Owing to the fellnre of his proposals, the pope will not Msnme further peace Poles who would preter an independ- ialtiatlTes, ent Polish kingdom wltli an Austrian, "His allnslon to the llher�,tlon of erohdiike on the throne. ' Jenuolem la considered most slgnltl- "We cannot jiostpone the appoint- cant It praetlcully amoonts to an ot-nient of a king until a suitable basts flclal annoancement of the popi^'s sat-of suffrage has been adopted. In the Isfactton. Newapaper commenta da- Ibterost of the country, and partlcu larly with a view to the establishment ot ia Polish army wc niust undertake the cholco'of a king before that time, end afterward submil It to the approver of the Polish parliament to be cru-�ted. ploro that the pope Ignored the Invasion of hlB own eoantrr." Amsterdam, Dec. l�.~(By mall). ~ Eiirly In December Gemiany suffered trom storms and cold, weather, says the VosslBche Zeltung; the severity of which has not been equalled for many years. For more than ten days, rain, snow and wind worked general havoc. Interrupting telephonic and telegra- London. Dee. 24.-There has been ... no comment In the English press on' ""/V the statement by Lloyd George on the "i"?;''^ tamper of the Prussian military casto J",,P*"'"";,,,!^"Il and their readiness to dethrone the ��'>*i f"'�? ta.m\\in are faced with kaiser If he resisted their war policy.! "."^y clearing awaythe snow There slon that there is o good deal ot Indirect .t . , . ,. evidence to show that the kaiser Is In-1 *?''^?.'r,? �' ""'^'^ �H�i,, ., ,,,.,�ed by the fact that there U not ?L"l^?'*l^''":i'^'li.4*.^!l^l-'^ sufficient labor to distribute coal In dining to^moderate counsels. Perh'ikps, the premier if challenged, couMI not produce the chapter and verse |nr his statement, but well-informed neutrala who have left Germany recently have declared it to be the common idea In that country that the kalsor Is out ot sympathy with the crown prince, Hln-(^enburg and the extreme war party. It Is noted that while Ludendorf, Von Tlrpltz and all the lesser fry are making tre'quent speaches, the kaiser remains silent and he is more in the background than during any other period of the war. Certain atatements in national, liberal and socialist newspapers suggest that they have knowledge ot a division of opinion in high places The Vorwaerts demands that prisoners ot war be uaed tor clearing show and similar work. AHITUDE Boston, Mass., Dec. 26.-Secretary of War Baker la right In stating that the German peace manoeuvres should moment Induce the United Canadlani Army \Headquartors, Dec. 80.-(By vtiie Canadian Overseas correspondent In Flanders)-The Canadian front was quiet over Christmas. Our patrols recently have been active, D^hlle bur artillery, trench mortars nnd machine guns have been a trifle busier. Poor visibility has mado ^ro-plane observation dttticutt, in tact threc^ow flying enemy machines, m's-taking the trenches, swept their own irenphea with gun tire yesterday. Montreal, Dae. Mi-rrRsyment of the second ihatollment oT'Qanada'a Victory loan tftlle die wMfcfrpm today, and will be one e( the fcgavleat trana-actlona ever haadled by the Canadian banks. The Initial tnitalment ot ten par cent, due on Deo^mber 1 last, called tor in excess ot MO,WO,000 to be transferred from present Bccoufits to the credit of the goyeminent., Transfer in connection with the seoottd pay-mpnt of tea per :o�flt vi'lll he Smaller in view of th9 Jntlnatloh that only subscriptions of $1,01)0,000 or less will be allotted In full, ^ut in addition to the second tenipar cent Instalment, which they are at liberty to exprau not Jor ^a ^^^^^^^ p ,Uons ""ffirts of coerWn of the kaiser by ' VlaV' O^^^^^ the iUltary clique both at the begin- ^?�i!,'' *?'Z and I �cornUed au nlng of the war and In the aummeir.ot ph|?S? f, wn^iand thllryaar when MIchaolls. who waa a poMty bnmltsry tnatteta In England mere man of alraw sot up by Uldgh- j � dort, and the mUllary party, waa mt'de chancellor, were credited In several well informed quarters here at the time, and recent happenings art'.believed lb have been afforded some ibrt of continuation. * . MNECESSIIY, * SAYS LOltD RHONDDA London, Doe, 11,-(By MbU)-i~; Tobacco is a necessity, not a luxury, .declares Lord Rhbndda, the food control-, ler. In a atatement published here., "We must have tobacco," be said. "I believe thai; Its loss would be a hat- ^DAMAGE ISimOOp ;,Lonit Beach, N. Y., Deoi 36.-Ffre to-hda� destroyed four frute. buildings trohtihk the boardwalk, which parallels theitathing he-!,�ad. buriMd inat ftfiiMtton ot tkt �Mk. -the prop-IM wM asilaMtai it'clMO.OM. 7*0'^0t the structiUM were apait-laent-htouses and twenty-two families #ere �|sde homelees. Reports of in-ctoaililtm wore being Investigated, tile ittthorltles said. : : : UNIQUE MKMAat i'Lbridon, Dec. 24.-^The London pap-onal m'sfortuns. It means much jbioth era Anaounce that a ^'unique and hls-to the manual laborer and to him;Who tbrio"' Christmas message will he aent works with bis braina, Men Would froiii'Orent Britain to the Unlt^ States Halifax. N.S., Dec. 2C.-A contract tor clearing a large section ot the area of this city devastated by the explosion of December 6, has been let by the reconstruction committee to Cav-Icchi and Pogano, �;(;cordlng to announcement made at'^Ionday's board of control meeting. The board decided to interview the five cabinet ministers who are corains to Halifax from Ottawa "to see that their interests are considered." At the suggestion of the relief . committee it was decided to memorialize the Dominion government to prohibit importation of liquor Into Halifax tor three months. PAINTER DEAD London, Dec. 34.-Felix Moscheles, the painter, died at Tunbridge Wells on Sunday.^ Mr. Moscheles Was very aoUve In the cause ot International ar-bltrolibh and peace. He was a member ot the lntero|itionaI Peace Bureau at Berne. Not So" Many People Now Are Willing to Submit To This Goveinment PEACE NEGOTIATIONS HELD IN STOCKHOLM London, Dec. 2.")-Thero have been occasional assertions In recent Petro-grad despatches that the influence and power of the Bolshevik was waning, but never with such unanimity as In a special despatch dated from tho Russian capital Sunday and printed today. Nearly all make tho point In one form or other that detection from tho workmen's and soldiers', organization is growing constantly. Among the causes alleged are general lack ot authority, the Increase In drunkenne.ss,' the reluctance of the population to work and tho scarcity ot foodstuffs. The main desire of the soldiers la. said to be tor peace. The correspondentg cite instances of Bolshevik troops refusing to march, declining to attack tho irkrainiiins and permitting the Cossacks to disarni" them without resistance. Fighting, It is said. Is the last thing they are willing or intend to do. A hostile spirit is reported to survive among the Baltic sailors and the Red Guard, but tht>. former are not numerous enough to conquer tho Ukrainian^ and the Red Guard Is largely untrained. It Is reported, therefore .that war against the Ukraine probably will not nfateriallzo on any serious scale. / CALLED FROM CAPITAL. Ottawa, Doc. 26.-The majority of tho cabinet ministers will be absent from the capital during tho present week. Hon. C. J. Doherty, minister of Justice, leaves tomorrow for a tort-night's rest in the south. Hon. Messrs, Carvell, Maclean, BaUftntyno and Reid and Major General Mewburn are en route'to Halifax where they will niake plans tor the (;o-ordlnatlon iot the efforts ot the various departments over which they preside In order to bring the quickest possible relief to the stricken city. There will be a suftici-ent number of ministers in the capital to hold cabinet meetings but the business to be disposed of will probably be largely confined lo routine. GETS MILITARV CROSS Kingston, Ont., Dec. 26,-Word wos received here today that Lieut. J. Patrick McKenzle, ot Saskatoon, Sask., has been awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous bravery in forwarding dispatches at the front. Lieut. McKenzle enlisted in Saskatoon with the Cinadian Engineers and'whlle in England was transferred lo the' Imperial artillery. Arctic Explorer Returns SQUth After Long Absence eat a great deal more if they did'not on Tuesday. ..... , , have tobacco. I hold that the deprira- Vaklpg adVantago of.the snow on the 8Ubscrlbi�rB by .thousands ,vlll elect to i tlon* ot It would work great dlscdm- ground, a; small party of Germans en.! take advantage ilt llie gbvernmeni's dfiavored to approach our wire drebsod offer of a dlscdiint �>� iinUolpatea in- In white. It waa dispersed by our stalments and>,will7,urn. over the full however, is forecasted by the n�W|>iiScMr..�.'.................... auohliiu.guns..... ' baiHac�due.uB.tb�lc.i^biprl(Ptl9ii^- Ik^Hpers. ' "''^'-.fgrtfMtiPair-gml Geli. Sonie system of "rationing" tobieco.i'HifH -IS ^1 Ottawa; Dec. se^-VllhJlmar Stefans-son, the Canadian' explorer, and his party are safe. A message received by 0Jaiii-^ uary when all the d^elegatos now. at Brest-Litovsk ar^ expected in the Swedish capita!. ^ In consequence of'the postponement of negotiations at Brost-Litovsk by tha Germans who were not ready to reply to the Russian terms, the Itusslan delegates are expected to await the arrival of the delgatlon from the enemy powers which is to participate iu a conference tor discussion of the poll-' tical aspects of an eventual peace con-; terence. Various explanations are ottered to: Petrograd despatches ot the purpose of German concentrations o' troopa In. the southwest. One suggeatl9n Is thijit part ot these forces will be sent jto-Asia Minor. It is predicted a :large force will be retained In the sottthwept,;; to ^asur? possession of the valt|al)^9)' Russlp harvest;. ; v^.  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