Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME XJI. LKTHBU1DGE, ALBKRTA. THl'HSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1910 NUMBER 42 Are SlOil DECISION ON COLONIES QUESTION STIRS NEST No Indemnities, Is Decision No Indemnities, But Full Reparation by Germany, is Decision Peace Congress Decision Reported lo Be That Germany Will Not Be Asked' to Pay War Debts of Belligerents, But Must Make Full Reparation to Devastated Countries, Germany Must Be Forced to Release Stranglehold Nations Dwight Hillis. ST. CATHAIUNE5, OnL. Jan. tren if Germany has concert pt Presi- dent Wilson's famous 14 points, they still beat'us f'O per cent. (Jfc-rmany 'lias prepared lor jicatc far more care- fully than she did for, declared Her. Dr. 3CcwHI -Dwlglit Hfllfsp-' plied In Ireland; Large bodies of troops have been.drafted to Tlp- perary and other olaces. All pub- lic meetlngt'of any kind are pro- hibited. and others are' beginning .to' realize the.con- that murder and sedi- tion, bring in their train, cfirhmerce'being' stopped until the people.come to their senses. ARCIUNOEU Jan. (ho enemy palroU aro in touch with the. American and allied advanced pfjsta'W all ssctors, there is a alUc' lull In actlylty on tile entire front: Dolshevlld artillery la still j shsllinfc.on the and yesterday' showed slims ot acllvlly. in the sector. Enemy 'palrols which ap- proached 10 within about two tulles of tho Vdga position held by ttjc allies, retrclUd tvhcn shelled. Y, T., Jan. MacKe'ntle, commltsloner 'fof brings word from Ottawa of reoWtlon In the btrshlp of "the'Yukon council from ten.to three, making one mtrnbtr ..elective from south, ern Yukon arid twi from northern Vuksn, with provlilon (Ijat north-, ern Vukbn be reiulatfon effittlve after the tilting of thia Canada's cf the was one cf-the ing figures of western police and mill- tary "circles for many years, lie" linil many friends, in southern .Alberta, having at one time been stationed at Macleoil with the Mounted Police. He was "born at Purbroofc, 'Slracoe coun'y, cm January'5, IPlfl, so that lie was Just 70 yc-ara old. He was pdttcatt'd at and al. 'the America Commercial Col-1 lexe, Toronto. He married in January, 1890, Jlarlo Elizabeth, oltlosL daugh- Icr of (lie lote Kolit, W. HanroM, of Vaudreiill. P. ho was appointed ensign fn !lie 35tli Regi- ment in 1866; rjualilifil at tho Ko'yal Artillery Scliooj. Toronlp, will) (I. Irtli Regiment: lie served "during 'the Kenlaci fiaid, 1865, and with. Cnl; (now P. M. Viscount) on-tho lied Hirer EijiedMon, 1870; he" Jollied "A" imtlery, 11, C. A. (with first-lass cer- tificate) in 1871, and later, 1873, on tho organization Of (Jio Royal JTorth West Mounted' Police, joining that body as Iroop sergeant-major, arid accompanied the corps on Its march to the Ilocky.'Mountains', 1374 (menlloncd In general ho was mido fnsper.lor In 1S7J, and sup- erintendent in 1885; commander of tho police on the conslructlon of (he C. P. n. through tho Rocky ilbun, tains, e.tcept. the interval of the North West timpsifn; he commanded -the Cavalry and scouts of Gun. Slrange's colunin In West .Canada In.lSSS, and was present at the actions of Frenchman's Culto; commanded the mounted force in the pursuit of HIg Bear's hand and Iho Wood Creea; (CONIJKCED ON THE LATE 3IR SAM STEELC MAINTAIN YHRES AS PERMANENT MEMORUIJ LONDOiy, Jin, Wlreleu of the Belgian government to maintain Yprei, the Kent of acv< era I battle) bttwten th: British' and Germans, In lt< treient com ditlon a permanent heartily by., Brltltii V and public oslnlon.