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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DNESDAY. DBCBMHRH 11. HARD PEACE AMSTERDAM, Dec: cushions over the proloniallor, the irmlillce betwee.i the allies ind Oermany will begin at Treves on Dumber 12, accerdlnj to the North German Gazette. All ship- ping en the Bhlne. la now unoV.r the control of in Inter-allied eom- mlnlon. Churchill .Says Govl.'Ready To Settle Irish Question on DUNDEE Scotland. DEC.'. Spencer (Jnurchill, minister of "spcaWne horc lot'ay cniuliislAd impossibility of co- ercing Ulster-In Uie homo rule'for. Ireland; 'and said', that the proccnt .government 13 anxious that the prohlein bo solved as soon aj diseasing this feature til the election CHmpalgu, Col. "Bsfpro the war ive had reached a definite agrcemelit with tlie leaders of llic Nationalist parly lhat IJ-nter was nol to lio coerced. It' never was Iho policy'of the Idle Littoral govern inent-io take cdc'relro steps In Ire land Why. do nol the Irish lenders come "forward now and lake up Ihe j 'ot responsibility ol -govoru-1 liicnl Urlllsli Empire? Why IS MONM X Opportunity for Everybody Miners' He Cbmpk'te Change of Officers LETHBRIDGE VOTE M; Chrlito- pher Reel, McFagen, 202; Dlckenwn, 118; Liind, 48, 27; Browne, M9; Lote, 32. Coilhurst glyes'Chrlstophef 117, Bluji 121, and'flAei S: _, v. For -.1W'. .Clarke, Christopher, 39] Blggi, 88. .'J For Luh.d'. Tariff Preference Question Not Discussed at Length in British Elections Little Affect in Canada. LON'DOX, Dee. frees cable tlic appeals now being mado to the British electors there Is; to a degreo unknown In former Ken-'- era! elections, a disinclination to ei- y.ptoll supposed "colonial" opinion, or at least a failure'to do, Apart rom the speeches about the uollcy of reference, there Is nn almost lotal hsc'nco ot reference to Ihe iiossiblo earlns which the Isaue of the elec- ions may nave upon the relations, bc- wecn 'the British government tmil hose (it the overseas dominions. Little Bearing on Canada The preference policy lips Illlle bearing upon .Canada. It simply amounts to a promise lhat il- Great, Ilrilain Imposes proU'ction." on any, ar- ticles It will make rato lo overseas' There however', a further pledge that, dulles will not be levied upon foodstuffs, so luat- tariff' remissions would not Canada to'any grent extent. Llllle' alieuljbn, hi fact, is Veins paid lo tariff and tuition, liallle is being waged .011 Ihe issues from Hie war. Audiences .lie f, lo ovoYlVo JSOO mark. _v t U'dl IK over ?CO were received, and ooostcd Hie ark -ihe Herald bopcs to mnke il S500 Christ mas cveT Sanli la Hoping too, because ho does, not want to one Tillle kiddle. Already acknowledged Women'iv Civic Club Mill Peili Miller............. Miss BtwKtt................ Mn. J. IL'.TurTiey airllV-XirklHary Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hogg Buddie Hott Ralph Williams A Friend Myrtle and'Harry Rose-----. E. A. bevenith 5255.32 10.00 5.00 A. 10.00 20.00 -10.00- '' -.1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 PHOTESTS ITALIAN ADMINISTRATION 5322.32 Dec. 11. The Juno-Slav national council of Zagreb, acting as the provisional Government for all. Jugo-Slav ter- ritory formerly Incorporated In Ihe Auslro.Hungariar. empire, has sukmilied a protest to the alLVsd governments gainst Italian ad- ministration in the occupied .tern- to.-ies of Dalmatia, Islrla and Gor- izie, accordinfl to a dispatch 're- ceived today by thp Jugo-Slav press bureau here. BELGIUM II ctii3ient'i'J most anxious tliat tho IrlEli u-' Cni-u'nrrl vlirorniis- QVl5inE IrQlIi 11IU. n a I son demanding, as ebon as llmt (l abolition of coin lion is becoming increasingly grave. Must Keep Up Blockade Of fiermany Dec. shal Foch has refused the request of the-Oerman armistice be to com- municate with the provinces Weil by, the allies. 'The: chief "declared it was necessary to" maintain the'blockade of- Ger- many by the arrnis- .-i-'- loflcoVcrete are than ffrie In Mr. Wilson's "foiirieen according The 'Express. President news- paper sayt, has information show- .Ing definitely that Great Britain cannot surrender the right of the contraband 2nd right to enforce blockade. It i.; understood that Mr; Wllion's proposals do not include the aban- of any of these rights, and ihafihey are generally in no to British In- terests as has been supposed. A Norway Opinion Holland Controls Territory Which Should Be in Hunds of Belgians Count Czernin.Tellsj of Strug- gles of Sorely Beset People to Have Germans Accept VII3NKA, Dec. Czernln; former Austro-Hungaclan foreign-min- ister, today discussed, the struggles ot Austria to end tho war and. the prob- lems which must ba settled betorft peace is made secure, lie. palnled Gen. Ludenilorff, Ibe nunrternuster- gencral ot the German iictalor of tho empire's jcjicy 11 tho last- days ot Ibo conflict, as tho man who Blood Lelween tile" central empires and peace on