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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 44 J News That Nation Is Behind Times has received let m statesman of high pointing out thit the heart of MoBlerai grieved tofind that the principal Islamic state is war ring against Uie British empire and fltiggestlng that Ihdlan Moslems shouM Jointly urge on Turkey the desirability ot Kill an American i mitftt Other Allied Countries Must Make Up Great Shortage for This Brave Nation MUST DROP OUT IF fit 1 8 10 NIANy FAMILIES battalion and o the yearly GOodfellows Bl Welch ol a itaria WM hanged and his throat cut Who crossed the border Can andheld up mall stage Sir Charles re cently at Cheltenham said that the food shortage in France and as compared with a year Bome thing like 30 per All that we should have to make and we did not they would bo compelled by sheer hind us such strength an were made Miffs Alta nltude that It Will inspire each oi us Shepherd Master Mlllard soeritfotftS peace s ft PSUch Is the message to the Domin ion from fighting While to ths Hehtlng men themselves There has never before In the his been a Christ muchgood dlstrib lowing message corps commander has taken this opportunity ot sending every of ficer officer and man in the Canadian corps al good wishes lor He trusts that the coming year may bring attainment of great and a happj return to our near and dear ones In This if not n mere stereotyped wish Behind it lies tile deep appreciation of your splendid has been carried to sucH successful conclusion German demon would f Owing to thecumulative effect of the losses of ships ahd their rtcreas Ing diversion to military requirements there was going to be 20 per less shipping for the carrying of comtnodl tie across the seas for this country m 1918 than In Butter were likely to be the scarcest In tfie and there was no today were guarding all outlets to Van Home where 100 Mex ican baHdlts crossed the American botdef on Christmas raided the postoffiee and general store on the Brill 27 miles southeast of killed Michael a veteran itage and his two Mexican wounded Sam fore man of tho and carried away booty estimated to be worth After the bandits had passed over the Rim rises abruptly more than feet above the Rio Grande soldiers who were n close pursuit fired many rounds at them and kre reportedto have killed and wounded many of the The ghoot compelled the bandits to aban don the horses on they carried away the Colonel n command of the American forces in the Big expected the pursuit to be resumed at 0 NEEDS INVESTIGATION ly ing at the of death in the general hospital since Satur Miss Marion aged died in that institution at this Norman Jol liffe Is under ayrest on a charge ot conspiracy and a war rant has been issued for the arrest of a Toronto He Is confined in a hpspitdl with blood poisoning In toe On Saturday police oft cers ot the ment took an mortem statement from suit of Herald GOOdfellows nnil outside declared Mta of the Nursing Mis today to a representative of the i j The Goodtellows Fund and over a chlldren were visited by Santa Had it not beeit for the said 1 Hafl yMUrday wpuld have rioatroved tfafc Bices Point saw J and lumber yards or the Aiger Smith causing loss of and ium s cut off iitfeet railway com Duluth and Sup1 rough deletion of the Dutoth the The places at and the tat So Many People Now Are Willing to Submit To This Government PEACE NEGOTIATIONS HELD IN STOCKHOLM A a full recognition ot the that have been the 1 the hardships endured and Vf ma4rt standard of Ajj it v d Your actions have made niVouV homeland o south in the one to i to saoe to Border Ottawa Robert Bor forces of the IJomlnltin v battalion and Is a sincere wish for your future happiness and our early coupled with tho Warmest feelings of gratitude and preciktion tho strong and splendid verdict of support recently tat pressed throughout almost every part of ada We feel the force be hind us is of Buch strength agd magni tude that it will inspire each one of Is to greater deeds and nobler actions end will surely lead us to the goal of peace and gf worth GowafeluVw Mr Tha Mission thank most Who dollf of tea had a little more than a months but more was now As regards coffee we had at least two year s sup ply There was about 10 months sup about four to live weeks supply of sugar In the That came down in May last to from four to five days We were on the verge of a sugar famne at the beginning of Three months ago when he became chairman of the sugar there was abwit five weeks he was glad to say that now were over eight weeks supply ponntrv economy in the use of sugar was more necessary than The loss of fruit grown m this coun try had been colossal and he was pro posing to ask for a special allocation of tons of sugar for the preser vaton next year of home and for home made condensed and w ralculated to bring about n a scarcity ot melt were going to take Steps see that people did not get more Utah a ration of and the controller annealed to those who lived in tne cSSntry and worked n towns to carry their sugar allowance with c ss BELIEVE MIS INCH1 federal Airplane4 Mort Snow VVouid Help Ob gtruct Troops Italian Army Headquarters in North ern the Associated entire mountain where heavy fighting has on in recent fa having the unusual experience of a holiday season with greenslopes and summits and little or no snow One o the generals on the siW that every foot of snow was worth divisions in obstructing the Marshal according to the official an sent Christmas messages to the various allied The following message Went to oen rer commander ot the American ex peditionary forces From all ranks of the JBrltiSlv ar mies in I best wishes for Christmas and the new year to our comrades of the American arv We are prouoto tmnK inuv hn new vear will see BHtish fighting in France for the de of have beeri occasional assertions in recent Petto grad despatches that the influence and power of the Bolshevik was nit never with such unanimity as in special despatch dated from the RUs Btan capital Sunday and printed to Nearly all make tho point in one form or other that defection from the workmens and IB growing Among the causes alleged are general lack of the increase in the reiuctance of the population to work and the scarcity of The main desire of the soldiers said to be for The correspondents cite instances ol Bolshevik troops refusing to de clining to attack the Ukrainians permitting the Cossacks to dlsam them without it is is the last thing they arewlli ng or intend to A hostile Bplrit eported to survive among the Baltic allors and the Red but ormer are not numerous enough to conquer the Ukrainians and the Red Guard is largely It is re therefore war against the Jkraine probably will not Materialize on any serious The Bolshevik the grad correspondent ot the Morning Post appear to becoming con scious of hopeless while the correspondent of the Dally Newsj OF POLISH LEADER an View in fhe Vpssische Zeltung ot Ber lin concerning the of a lead ed tor the new kingdom of the Polish prem The Father exptftsjed future and rejoiced at Uw liberation i is a strong imclasses for what mightbe called en AustroPollsh solution ot the ques especially as the Poles almost unanimous In their opinion that no Semperdf the Polish nobility should be chosen as Charlea commands personal sympathies in Poland and there are many advocates of the Plan of having the emperoi king of the countryOn the of he popeV allo of the Christ ot the cardlnato con ton that hU peace to lead to war but only poMible peace Mn further peace Poles who would prefer an ent polish kingdom with an Austrian archduke on the We cannot the appolnt roent of a until a suitable basis Jias been In the It flow m to the liberation of contldwd mpet algnlfl an oi aat da inva of a Polish arwy wo niust undertake the choiceof that une to approv al L6i 0e Polish parliament to ue cru London has been in the English press on I tte by Lloyd Oeorgejn the twnper of the Prussian caste and their readiness to dethrone the Siser If he resisted their war There has been much discus ot and It blleved that there Is a good deal of indirect evidence to show that the kaiser is In1 dining moderate he premter if could not produce the chapter and verse for nw but wellinformed who have left Germany declared It to be the common idea in that country thai the kaiser Islout of sympathy with the crown Hln denbnrg and the extreme war It Is noted that while Von Tirpltz and all the lesser fry are mak ing trequent the kalwr re mains silent and he is vthe background than during any other per tod of the Certain statements Jn liberal and socialist newspap ers suggest that they have knowledge of a division of opinion which they are at liberty to of coercion of the kalsejr by the military clique both at the begin ilng of the war and lu the this year when who was a mere man of straw set up by and the military waa made were credited In several well informed quarters here Uve recent happenings areJ9 llevod to have been afforded some port of Oemany suffered and says thrvoiitache Zeltung thejeverlty of not been tor many vaara For more than ten Kand wind Interrupting mna teiegm ohlc whole country waa m the grip frost which almost stopped In With each fall of r Berlin families are laced with duty ot clearing away the snow in frdnt of their This is oc caBlohed by the fact Is not sufficient labor to distribute coal in take away or handle goods at the The Vorwaerts demands that pris onels ol war be uied tor clearing and similar This is one Of the mildest winters have ever said the major In charge of the weather branch of the high and from a mili tary the weather conditions are of the highest importance both for our ttoops In their eftefct on the enemys transportation hlrn commantt at ail rAijor pd nted out thetnoun Kind Vfeitt Dec Victor Em with uhls troops and ibe spiritvonly served to give Strength to the Italian wms In struggle which they are successfully bearing cheer were re ot the Verdunifront nf nVir batteriesDUt attend Ot me getic reply of our batteries put to a vigorous bombardment o In the region of says to days official the region of Quentin Upper Alsace French patrols penejrat edGerman trenches Everywhere the was VHMHHWH Aimy Canadian Oversew v i Can and will be onf ever handled by tfte inlilal on war Baker is right in stating that German peace manoeuvres should notfor a moment Induce the United States to slacken their preparations for war is the opinion ot Charles W of the Royal Qeopra jai Sodlety and a recognized au Itr bn military raatten in England il tn this for clearing section area of this city devastated by the slon of December has been let by the reconstruction cqmmittee to Cav icchl and to an board ot control The board decid ed to Interview the five ters who are coming to Halifax from mtaSo see that their Interests are At the suggestion of the reliefs committee Itwas decided to namnriallze the Dominion government proWWt importation of liquor Into Halifax for three PAINTER DEAD Tunbrldge Wells on Moscheles was very in the cause of international ar Duration arid He Was a mem ber of the International Peace at majority o the cabinet ministers will be absen from the capital during the present minister of leaves tomorrow for a fort nights rest in the BaUflntyne and Reid and Major General en Halifax where they wil make plans for the coordination ef forts ot the various which they preside In order to bring the quickest possible relief to stricken There will be a suffici entnumber of ministers ca pUal toehold cabinet meetings ness to be disposed will probably be largely confined to f GETS MILITARY CROSS was received here today that J Pat rick of has beeV awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous bravery in forwarding dispatches at the Me Keizle enlisted in Saskatoon wlHi the Canadian Engineers anrwhile land was transferred to the Poor viability has made aeromm ww K opwvatlpn difficult tn Vt baceo Is a npt a M clares Lord the fopd control In a statement loss to ftppraach purwUf flr offer i hi VU HIP works with WB Men wowW eat a great deal more It they old not I hold the the paral the and twwtytwo Repovti of In Arctic Explorer Returns South After Long Absence Stefans andhis A message rScelveu deputy minister of announces from the that the there to that the will now flwr way to wait tpr steamer will s the government s same system of full la Uftt ot Awtlj ex It was thQUghtUwt he would come out either via Bound and Labrador orthe Bearing Ap parently he has not chosen eltHer ot these routes but come over Se Ice to Herchel pM from there to by Vfajj at His party oppjiigi twentyfour wen The Canadian AroHo set out for the north U wai ed Into tne northern southern The nortUertf dlylslqr to explore unknown 9f fort carry on northern They base on Banka or auas Shortly tle wag There Is ti tremendous and opposition to tho Bolshevik among all Men formerly them are turning and is a I of There is much tails pfi meeting the present period ot with counter measures and bomb throwing is Biiggested LThiS is Jibt merely Idle talkiis1 those Whdsay It are those whoj already have thrown Reports of civil waractivitiesi continue to be Bolshevik government declares defin itely that Its troops have captured and are thieaten rig tlie Ukrainian hold on The Cossacks report the strengthen1 ing of their hold on the Donetz tfone of the is more precise than the recent reports of a similar In the npth Ing more is heard of the efforts at reconciliation the Bolshevlkl and the Interest in tlxa convening ot the con stituent assembly is said to have re awakened remarkably and demands convocation are being it Is report edj by even the most Ignorant classes and also by the troops of the Petrograd It appears that the Bolshevik are try although to shift some of the discontent on military units from the A Reuter despatch from Petrograd says that the Probrashensky regiment has declared its disbelief In the intention the Bolshevik govern ment to reopen the constituent assem and they refusedto relinquish theirguard of the Tauride Palace un til the assembly The Semen ovsky guard regiment has resolved not to arrest members of the ent assembly no master what orders It vl It is that theBoK shevik intend to control admission the assembly byissuing TWS is sharply opposed by the Social lutionists who are credited determination to convene the bly in any To Meet In Stockholm Social lutionary majority in the constituent assembly has decided to convoke tnati body on January according Petrograd despatch to the though the Bolshevik government1 hai said that It was determined to prevent the meeting of the assembly ent of Bolshevik repre sentative in a the Post from the capital confirms reports Stockholm will be the scene ofthq con tinuation the ItusBQGerman Ha says that the in Stockholm will begin early inijajij ary when all the dplegates ireatUltovsk ftra expected in the In consequence ofthe postponement of negotiations at BrestrUtovsk by tttQ ierroana who were uot ready tp reply o the Russian tbe Russian gates are expected to await the al of delgatlon from eneniy powers wblcn is to participateto a conference for dlaousslon iloal aspects au eveutual peacfl Various explanations offered despatches of the DUPOD vl v l Dart of these Asia U Is force be to aawst pp ;