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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ha|irq Ql^jMet:^^.^ . .v^ proleste* to^Kalmlkoir and also coip-('CAIJ .ejlta %*Uj^'iwtel i-ere'guard There is city of tei be convinced :tfii^-the citizens do not the war cabinet, desire him to 1 hold' public office, in the canhclty^-bf a member of the school board -at;, any rate. The ratepayers iprOvpd'.-it .yesterday by a third succeflBty|) stinging defeat to jthe tune'?Sf i^tee to one. The electionrj^i Biassrs. Roy Davidson, John Scottj^arid A. ,B. Hogg to fill the three vAcanicleB on the board was a''fdrego|i'jB; coiiclusion if the people'turned .'out to the~poH6. The , people did turn-jput very well, in the Y'r neighborhood, ,0% 430 votes bjeing Speakers in Britain Emphasize Necessity of British Retaining Their Present Sea Supremacy/ LONDON, Dec. 10.-One of the grav^ est problems at the peace conference will ,be.^based on what is meant by "freedom of the seas" and what con-ceasibhs Great Britain is going to makeih that direction, said Sir Frederick iSmitb, attorney-general, in a speech at Liverpool'yesterday. He added thathewa? engaged In preparing a memorandum on the subject tor Mayoralty Was a Close Contest -Samis Had An Easy Majority , ; "America has rendered brilliant service lii the cause ot civilization," said Sir Frederick, "and Great Britain is bound tO: approach the conference with a-determination to concede everything possible to American sentiment and .American views, haying regard for national security and existence of the ^Empire. "Americaiis must remember that the seas are tree W ievery one izi peace time and that to none has that free only election promised here'was for pdUed;� and .TMe&rs. Scott, Davidson doin been denied. , In.time of war, Sibe^l^^ Otani, the ceas,ed>iknf D t>^.xJLi^ Stott BBviflHOinvwoMW fleem howeVeiv one might as well talk of the freedom bt the lind as the freedom of ^he seas, imagine Belgluni', northern ifree- CALOAR\'; Dec, ro.--After oue ot the most exciting conte^its ever witnessed in Qaljjary in a municipal campaign and in wlilclr''a thousaiiJ votes more than lastyear were poUed, Alderman R. C. Jilarshall was! eleottfT mjiyor over hw opponent Mayor Cos-teJJo hy a majority of 194. Commissioner Snmis ,wou an easy'victory over (3X-Al(ferman FawUes, taking .'i irr'-jr-ity of over 2,500. Tile total vote poll-efl wr.., G 660. s D. B. Black beaded the l)oll Iij.first choice, and with McCoubray, was declared elected. The counting for second choices was still proceeding this afternoon. ; � � ' .  CLARKE IN EDMOI^TON EDMONTON, I >ec,  10.-Withi a majority of 487 Vvotes,; ex-Alderman war' Joseph A. Clarke Vas elected" to tba time since he hai  ^'"^'^'^^ Serbia talking about in nol? '*rJses.. g:-eat coerfclve and primeval mayoralty of Edmonton for 1919, in nart or thpMtv^��'ceB assert themselves and the reg- succession to the present Incimibent, �P^SntR irr Wni^ Ion 'aw Is abandoned for the Asser- j Mayor Evans. Mr.-, Glar^e .hfed;.a ma-'nfaM ok tbB-Aofrd of,naval and military forces. Bel- Jority over his opppnpMt ' alderman piace�-ooara i,,,,_,,,, j,.,,,, .,,, ,,_ . .wi-i,^ r.hnriPR wnsmi. at. minst of;ot.hB.*32 -,.jelt;t)A)ien, former bi'ii^ l''�"nc{s, encollern from carrying out his in.^.>. t�ntion, received : a t woundi It r aald. / , J Mi the Total 406 368 127 380 279 1008 12S7, ESTATE $70,000 ' COLOGNE, iDec. 9.-French and Amerleari.trbbpa officially entered Aix laX Chapelle today arid took ever the occupation of that Oer-man city/from the Belglana, Allied flaga were flown in the Frederick William Placer where the allied ganerala assembled to take the aalute of.the troopi. ' Millar and D. P. Fowler.] said Dr. G.'C. eroelrtian, in speaking The schocl trustees are Jas. Parlilri- - QUEBEC, .'Dee. 10;-A daring rofabery.^a8,:commlttad here yea-terday afternoon when $20^000 In cash yvu taken from the a^fe In the office of Arthur Duval. Mr.. Duval had-.left hla office for a few minutea'and had failed to-loek the :faa?a;. A' When he returnad the hnoneyi^vvaaT'gone, and there waB-no'-traoe;Of the-thlevea. at the dlrectorsVjuricheoa at'tlle formal openlng,^>f the Winter'Fair here. "It la trurl*^ the'Bpeaiierreftld, "that Britain has increated-her wiieat production from B'7 to 93 iniiUion since tfie ,war began,,:but much- of this �'/ear'a" crop was In-the field for two months after cutting,-^'time beoame'.BO blacic and .badly,sprouted it was unfit for Human coastimption. KngliBh.wh^ iHalways aafi, and in a year like this � v.ery ,i�bot, Fonthls son, John Turner and Clias. Jenson. ma(5leod MACLEOD, Dec. 10.-R.. J. G. Gai\ diner having dropped out  of ,the-al-dermanlo race, the following six were elected by acclamation;-' G. .T. Mul-doon, Alw. � McDonald, Fred Thewliss, JoseVh Stenson, R. Cunuiughaui, F. A. Morris. . �' � v . BLAir^more ' BLAIRMORE, Deo. 10.-FoUiiwlng*: is the result of the elections for : SALT LAKE CW%, Utah, Dee. 10.-^Although'he controlled mll-llona-'of dollara while praaldentof the Mormon Church, .loaeph f. smith left Vn estate, of ,leaa than $70,000, it became,: known today whent petition of lettercof teata-mentary yraa filed. The will waa not filed'with the: petition, but j ,i,D lu ua oiv^iitou i."*'. 7lnr,f)myrna^itll|'eonjtlnua' to op-prff�.,the*(9rafk pppulatlon there, . ..�ccerd(n0ltQv:|nfermation--reaehlng ' thiif a�iil'omelgl 'Athania'' nawa reason JEJngMeh.ifarjtuew-aay, they; will mayos-Oxw^ councillors for Blairniore: again; drop swheatvsBd.Aget. back into, Mayor-W, A. Beehe,. 57;- J, G. stock as aoon to poBatbla.?': Ewan, GO. Id dealijijrFlt^]lyeiltock^,X>r, Creel- Counclliora-A. J. Morency, 55; A.'b, man said Bntland iB,-to)nf cto be prac- McLeod, 51; J. A. McDonald, 48; .Y.^^ "I THIT^lC ANY MAN who tries or. election three times, forcing an election every time, should pfiy. the "It lias been, recognized for more than 300 years that a nation which is supreme is as much entitled to impose Its \M'lll marltlmely on Inferior enemies by blockade as a nation stronger on land is able to impose its will militarily on a weaker.nation. "I afia not sure that Grfeat Britain will not have to say to the allies at the peace conference: 'We shall be quite satisfied with such a definition of freedom of the seas as will enable the Sritish navy in the unfortunate evenf 6t. future wars to do exactly what the British navy, aided by the American nav}', has been doing for ; the past eig;hteen, months.' " ' Must Police Sear' CAMBRIDGE, England', Dec. 10.- The establishment of a league of nations will not result in the development of a World in which no wars will occur, armamepts will be necessary and reason supplant violence, in the opinion of-Sir Eric Geddes, first lord of the admiralty, expressed in an tonight. Under the most favorable condltioiiB, he declared, it was to be'expected that a police force \ , he added,,) the British-navy had performed that function faitJifuUy and impartially prfiveritlhg,tIie-freo nations from being crushed by'Germany. He regarded it as inconceivable that, the supremacy of .^he British navy would ever -^bie;'surrendered.: The first lord: expressed belief that Germany .should .be made to refund the full cOstnof the'war and pay for all the. damage shb had done by sea and land to t)ie uttermost farthing. tin, J. J.'McKenzie; ;A.'R,: Jtcl^fttiinr and Alderman C. H. Grant. SASKATCHEWAN ELECTIONS RBGINA, Sask,, Dec. 9.-The foUbw-iug are the results of' the mayoralty contests in Saskatchewan,:aa far aa received here tonight: , Prince Albert: Samuel McLebd, elected mayor! - Swllt Current;. J. A.\ RoUetson, elected mayor. \- . � \ - Moose Jaw: Samliel Hamilton, elected mayor. ^'^ i-^' Saskatoon: F. R. MacMiUan; elected mayor. Reglna: Mayor Black, 'electedi " CHARGES AGAINST V SABUEL GOMPERS .cittle: "�Uieep, on  t]>e. dther hand,.;arfl in- on the 1919 council. ' The ^following 45 the, result of the! oreaalnK, and thJ6 i'dSaSite' the fact ejections for school trustee?, ior .the that the highest prl"c�.,�or wool m ^^^��}, "tsirict; A/ Ham- BDKJand la only^SDc a-ponnd',- "^0�- 1^7; W. H. Chappell, 149; J. T?.."" '^'^-f'^ � porap.. McPhall, 107; M. Joyce, 64; -A. Mo- �>1. -V! HAVE A LITTLE TAFFY �NBW.YORK, Dec-IQ.-Charges that Samuel Qompers, president of the American CFedejatlon, pf 'Labor, while in thia', city  last '.Saturday "knowingly participated vlut a banquet served for by atrlke-breakjng .waiters and cooks"' LiniEMOME AMSTERDAIVI, Dec. lOl-^TheV Lokal Anzelger, of Berlin^ aayr-it-learna from competent aoijireeB that Marshal Fofeh haa agraed'.te. postpone the date fa| dicate that the delivery of German railway material l^;.beft,ig!carried out very slowly, but without open objection by the Germans; . "Milk, however, fe. �5.40.a'hundred,S ^^'3'. '^'VViknev 'l^ t Wit ppundfti at point'ofv,deUyory.;i:Bi;eed-/i..,wg^^ oo'. p m" Chri^anh^rs m^^^^^ my Fifth street prop- ers. It was annohnced last night.' Tlie Ins cattle are alBO'-^ringing phenome-' frst 'three nrmedweXeW tn ^'^^y- '^^^^ year It Is aomelihing over , central/federated union of this cnV w.i WiSi;.-. , �x iw-�,KA-_i "J^st taree named w^re oleptd^ Ij-to � j8Qo_.._:.Tjjog MoNabb. - . oOmmission form of government. The have been drafted'for presentation to' othjsr day I waS looking over some the national e^:ecutiye council of the of'^my old tax recolpts. , BefoV� com- federation b>:, the;International Feder-i mission government I paid |1,700 atlon ol,Hotel^ and Restaurant Work-j nrnn- ava 'it time aytnrtimrtaA loaf nfo-lif ^ ! nal .pricea,..fi4. Bbotr^horn&: selling . at one'an avar�a;e of |1,400. "In' Jipraea,' prices l^ay almpljr soared^' B^^ie paying fl-,000 each for a teah) .panyHtli';dlaBi)jt'p>ith their amploVwkt^i arbitration, ef-fo{4a y�lfl/b�fnad^te .fiallvi general' atPlka. of jiU 4he alllaHi'.tradaa in OttaVIra' and^'Hull ^before /the' and ot the 'jJre.eK;' ' ^0 J'l DON'T MIND taiildlttB a montt-ient to a dead 'n]an;':vbut'^'da object to'-baildlnga inqoume^i!^''-a-'man that la; BtiUA a.lfte, no matter -#(0 be may be. .You newer know wbnt^e-is.going EDMONTON, Dec, S.^Dr,,s:Clarenoe' __________......-r.^-- ~ =___o William B'leld, one of the lea'dlngVBur^ Uo do .jiiflore h*-Wiea;;'-i-A'^Prbt�ilneni; gepns.of this city,.died here ^diayjot'i (Jitli^ni^iRCUBShSB,the .question of a cancer! He waBy42 yearg of agj^,),' - " , ' . iSTREET CARS tied up HAVANA). Deo. lO.-^Street car traffic cea^ed-^OQ allrllnes in this city Bhortly;tafter midnight as a reeult ot the gpii^ei^nment arbitration commis-.Bloi^^to Bettles'tjieTdi^Bpute bejtween the Ouban�,-S�^j^^X;'Qomp8i^y and its em-'�>lfW�ijjk^"--v.;y^vV':;:i:;;t:':^:;^^ ":^ LONDON, Dec. 10.--ArchibaM man's' that the surrendered.'^: Gjel-iita^ warahips would be retjjr^fd.v.-to.^O|gf>, many after>peace. was slg^'ad; .thtt it points, o� course,', to a, com'pJ^^te.^jBlt-apprehenslon of the:infieritlow'bttlie iiiies, "for ip IB cer^^la:i'thteitfie�e' ships will never again^fly, the German ensign." '�..^.�^j.,, Gerntan submarines should'cege'.ita exist. : Mr. Kurd auf;gBBtaV'the)&&^ be broker/, up and: the partSvUBecl ,r6ti(ii^�r yuTBpaes,  - '.: ' ' ' " ROYALIST PARTY PARIS, Dae. 10,-(Haivaays~f Prince Henry of Prua8li;bratHier. of the former Qapman.emP9ror;^;:'( , haf proclslmed.ttic eatab||�hmtr>t ' J > ofViroyallatparty-in9ai!r;'|h�>.BC to Hb'evA Express. These experts .arrlrdd..>anf^' left Amerongen in. a rather myBterfo,d�;i; manner. ^ - ^ ,11 It is, understood,-according, to, itheiifj' dispatch, that Herr HohenzoUen^^illaj writing his autobiography and :a-his-.>i:; tory of his reign. He'^wlU explainrtal^:; attitude before and during the wirii^lt.t is tald. The book, which' will be long) ir.. is intended for ^pabllcatlon; orjf; If; Ita Ji?;: author is tried before an international:/; tribunal may be read ^ as a part'ot:tai9>. .,>; defense. -� / . How They Are Living.;' , AMERONGJSN, /HoUand, Dec.: "r.ij' . Since; his formal abdication V^^ilUanii Hohen!iollem has ataed hia , unjifQrm T � and appears regUlarlr r age has been reduced. In' ntunlt^r-^ta. 18 for himself and the former iem�. press, , The family life of the ej-empcrOP >:V" and hlB' wife flows as evenly artliM^: Of any middle-aged couple who inlgll6.i' be enjoying, a .quiet country hoIida7�4^; Their- rooms aa the first floor of the iii' castle oonunand a wide^ view iOt iji'e: f.' landscape. They dine with. tireiP, j-;:;; host. Count von Bentinlck, beln^'Oftei)! :? joined at the meal by the dount^8' :i brother, a noble residing > in a .neiglir boring castle, and spend mueh j.oc^,:": their time together strolling throu^ - � the caatle grounds. ? r ir;;^;,' Yesterday Herr Hobenzollem .fweplj for a walk into the country while ibis .fe' wife explored the neighboring; malr-;?:" ket toivn 'of Wage.nigen.: Today tba'Sfi-ex-emperor visited: Zuylestein, a: Ben.'(!>l'T>: tinick family property; wb'ere he!, In*" Vilil dulged in tree-cutting for^exerolsei , '^v; Wild Rumora ' ' i , The quiet of-/he'viliaie hers- J* occasionally startled by wild nunoreTsWs of plots upon the former: empeTor;;a'';*;:p. life, but the "auaplciouBi person.'found.>:iir> lurking around the .castle" generally ' turns out to bo ;ti bannlesa ''Hewste paperman' in search ot copy. AnotUer.'; rumor/^one: of .which Inojcontirmatlom can be had,: is that::eHerr IfoheiiziSl-'; lern has bought a.:VlUa In the Migbf; borhood. The entrance- to tbe casf iaatiU strictly guarded. � i i EN of thri khtpping;and fc|#4 altuatlln ^1 ,aa' aet forth An ' �Bntering;;areu'nd;^ -^Amerlea^^'i'feod' .. laada allied 42 16 77 ;