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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MIMIMCR 2 191R COWJF UK The Tiger of France Lives Through Years of Unhappi ness to Realize Greatest Aim of His Many Families Need Help Previously acknowledged DeVeber Veber Arthur Keseler A Friend Miss Lllyan Schweitzer Dorothy Terrill Helen Hubert A total of fnm from redeemed Fremlrr Clwnenceau delivered one or the remarkable speeches veheard in the chamber of deputies The dealt wth Alaseefcor jnn and premier vas grunted with The chamber was quietly fllMnssing the question of minim in when the nged premier made his There hearty ap plause from all sides of the house as the old tiger ascended the tribune and began hl3 address in a low Tolce For me in this which at times lias seemed miserably Raid M it has been permltte that 1 should travel over the stage o crime which has been committed fce tween Bordeaux and wna has been accomplished surpasses any thing history has ever registered he The redemption of AlsaceLorraln has been the goal of my A youn girl to whom I epoke In Strassbur Bald to me We may now J We have wept Ion am Silence rouhl cope with such a Many times have I felt life not worth but since young girls trom Al in the exuberanca of their kissed saying my Jouiney of life is Bomeono will tell yon about these heroic sacrifices which have lasted half a We must go to the homes ol tho AJaauono Leaving the Premier Clem enceaU hurried to his office In the ministry of war in Dominique walking spiritedly over court ot the Bourbon palace and as the 54 steps leading to his office wlUi youthful When by tho correspondent immediate ly on his arrival the premier showed not the slightest sign of exertion as a result ot his quick trip from the chamber to his SECRMiNT THE GREAT DANGER Churchill Says Each Nation Should Know What The Other is Doing Vote For District of Still Uncertain are donations to the Herald tffOR ML BE MAOEIOCAll men Program for Carnival To Convene Reichstag in Ord er That May Have Semblance Parliamentary German cabinet anticipating a refusal by the alliea to deal with the present government and the soldiers and workmens according to the Tagiblatt of is consid ering convoking the relchstag to give the government a LATEST FIGURES CALQARY the returns of half doien districts far Christopher is leading candidate for the preai ilVnor tWr United Mine Work in in District The Vlve Chrletepher 336 Reee and Per Oiokeneon with 388 and Browne is apparently a general and It looke if he Is sure to be reelected He already has 766 as against for Beard and 150 for There ars 34 unions still to be heard BLAIRMORE VOTE For PresidentsChristopher Biggs Ress Clarke iDlcklnson Lund For Brown Lote by tin above He still requires 05 votes to give him a and he race is still Taber voto s reported very and while the ther owns in tho pass not yet heard Lethbrldge Fornle Blalrmore Chris nc the Tage blatt may be expected to be gin next Stiffen Attitude of the support he is receiving from tne Prussian newlfr arrived Premier Kbert Thursday 8 to Vic tory Carnival and Friday 8 to Victory Carnival and Saturday 8 to Vic tory Carnival and Saturday 2 till Soldiers Kiddies Christmas Carnival opens at 8 Dancinq starts at Doors open at Grand Drawing takes at 11 oclock Each person gets a ticket on en Midway consists of 20 games of chance and Street five of will run each evening on the red me from till the crowd is all at the Starting again at 11 oclock five cars will run until one oclock or suchtime as the crowd is all Jitney service from the end of the car line to the main British Has Decided on its AttitudeReady to United States All Freedom in Its Naval Little Possibility of Real Disagreement Between the L wd Nations at Peace ive Biggs a I By an error in the vole given to the Christopher secured tho highest vote the in The proletariat must be prepared the Ked auoted to The Daily Mail from the Ebert govern nauon uu vices and arrests are 84 88 31 121 244 no in 19 128 27 FoVaecreiarytreasurer tne unaerwonran esami leading In three camps with a total of Spartacus hB Maire with Beard 345 and Lots nation on mes Count a Tedious One Fpcclul tci the election oE officers for the ensuing year in Dis trict IS involves such a multitude of names Jor so many offices as to the counting or i ballots a moat tedious 2 More than ballot papers had is the Extermination of Savage of The War LONDON British government has decided upon the attitude it will adopt at the peace conference regarding the freedom of the according to The Daily Express The news paper refers to the American naval program as set forth by Secretary and says Official circles In London are satisfied with this and with the graceful to the British navy by former President ROOM velt Admiral Sims and other The British govern ment is ready to concede to the United States the freest plans in naval and it welcomes the idea of extension of American seapowers as one of the best giiaranteesto the peace of the orrul the war SIP has not unlyao I most y cooperated in carrying out tha blockade of In the stages of the war the blockade icax not necessarily so complete tlie United States raised so mitiy questions about hut in later the was complete wit a the cooperation of the United Without blockade success cottld nofl have been without blockade Owmaay might Suppose this situation snonla exist It la Impossible to sap pose that the United States would the blockade which was so essential lor success should noUbn That would stultify thing America did in the It would be reaUy an insult to United States to suggest that sue would in future advocate any war such as i1 I IHUltJ Ulttll be printed to fulfill tho requlre of the laws regulating J I nrwl nt fh p lirRSellt Wlitmil 576 174 mens and the present writing the tellers of Gladstone Local are LUI1CI o i still counting tlie ballots cast for In ternational Because these levnaLiuiiivi By the results of the voting in Dis thingfi returns from outside locals trlct 18 of the of thus far not exp0oted to be ready for pub 4 li ft f r 1 IU fl fi w J in this and Viscount former Bccnjtary ot the complete blockade tor foreign speaking Jf this be here last deyoted ftW tnat probably what address to a discussion ot the free Presldent Wilsons mind is that I ONDON to Tlui dom of the He Bald in thc seag should he ae rnov1 dlmcuities1 be red lo any nation observing in WHson and Brit and CU Vt LIU 11 to V mans are circumstantially tween t should he denied to any nation Snatch from the ConRtaiUluoplu isu 1 think it is a treat If that oorrespondVnt o The Morning Post plty that so much has been said an out lg tne iHeTays the like those o rrepdom of tho s con to the whole Question and ing Ultie nQt be discUssea apart from the of the freedom of correspondent otthe dealing among other things of the war regarding they appear to German7 used rrimea war the correspondent their own purposes in a sense the tinnea nf H 10 tiiy became the which we have never agreed Hence its But when President The followingfigures an if the UL aro not expecieu w r ivmimt ne Christopher is leading the for another twentyfour correspondent in proof o highest belng so niany candidates for in his speech last night protest K oi tno outrage nresldent bv a substantial begins to look asthough ed against the election of a servlie dep0rted and oy meang haye tQ be take of comraonfli Baylng that in his oattalions and de given by the au agreement as to what it Without Distinction Freedom of the seas iu of i but this does not by any means dicate that he Is elected In It will be necessary for him to secure n clear majority over all the other three and he crsIdlrrabVBhoTof this as shown 1 Tlcrc ow i wj iiiit v it begins to look asthough agaiust the election of a servile k deported and dead 1 Kreeaom in a secondballot will have to be taken hou e ot saying that in his oattalions and I H We to determine the us a presl there would be a drifting to deported In the period hc nuvy llfts been in dictatorship or al JKU HIP to determine the us a pres cafTe tnere WOuld be a drifting to 000 dported in the per oa mivy llRS in dent must have a clear majority all d dictBtorship or l tlle great He says the sjon 0 exerclBB its influence and t c votes cast for that officer in the diswhfie glvlns credit to the present gov have not been checked h r 01I llle agPe to tl trlct lernment he said that the people complicity of the u has that influence 1m nho menu here is substantially as men who pre lmve been demonstrat for the freedom of the seas of offered what he de scribed as a practical suggestion in regard to a league of nations during ici ernment he nun The result here is substantially as t sure thatthe men who pre iuthem have been demonstrat for the freedom of the seas wired the Herald yesterday d the government should both Klng Constantino and M nations without Hees leads here with 191 votes n who would make success pos go he alfivms have The Ulliled I has some Clark second with Biggs third He ijOrd for the anleiioration of the lot ot forbidding foreign ships to with SS and Christopher last with MOII nommlssloner Vis M I the United btates ana i V readiness to continue as fore the freedom of the seas time of which has been carried out by for as to tlie admission tf foreign vessels to coast more than by any other jommerclal and tt the conversion into a free COSTUTOBD ON Tho only local heard from commissioner is victims Winston Spencer lne no uiuj count is Blairraore which reports Christo minister of munitions pher Biggs Clark 27 and Rees Premier Lloyd George and Walter former finan j For the vote at Becretnry to treasury and Blainnore is follows Browne Ljbera M p tor Beard 70 and Frank Lote viscount Grey said that even th In the two reported tn to minister to Bol the peace con front and aerial Secret armaments have In the past been a great lie and the course 1 suggest would remove one of the causes that led to this fearful SEND THEM BACK TO THE FATHERLAND aneae are hold 5s a Press from Heu enthusiasm was displayed at meeting of thousands of citizens here yester day when a resolution was passed Itronflly advocating the repatria tion of interned enemy particularly and aleo the punishment for Illtreatment of allied prisoners of together ith the retention of the former arman colonies In South thai la china Joined the War for the cause ot right and nud she will ask right and Justice for tho Par She will urge I all the but whether the Jap V vJ r magnificent success that these men MoPegan had achieved would be Impossible RETAIN 1HE OPPOSE FURTHER of former i Speaking on relations after the war between Great Britain and the Unit ed Lord Grey said If there is competition iu naval shipbuilding between Great Britain ajsivs i believe a between America lems relatuiK to iciui Great Britain We must s between the United States and Some other countries have rules of never had a regulation like have been mori completely 1or the freedom if the seas iu times ofpeace than any other In Time of War It the institution is one of tlie freedom of the fens of then I would say this The United us we all most gratefully has taken part in the last I two years of the Without the States we could not have had I the success the allies liavo now 1 1 cannot emphasize that too nor express too much admiration of SIRIKL il the United n IMPERIAL REVENUES UHOE SETTLEMENT ing Secretary of State Polk wade public at the etate department to day the of the note handed by the United States recently to the presidents of Chile and Peru urging that the two South American nations owe It to the rest of the world to compose their ENEMY PROPAGANDA mation reaching the state depart ment today Indicated that the gen eral strike called In Cuba is a re wit of the and enemy The report said or der was being maintained in af fected The German Imperial revenues for It Is reportsd from have been paid to all the former royal Ing In Germany who are entitled to The Vosslsche Zeitung says the former German em peror has authorised Ellsl Fred his second to rspreaent him In all matters concerning the former Imperial NEW RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT der Feoderovlch former Russian Issued a denial toe5ay that he taking part In thc movement to form a new Rus sjlan government MORE LOANS TO alums losns from the United Mates Increased today to 1 by Ml additional credit Credits new author the amtunt to Are to Remain Forever Under British Rule Walter colonial gave reasons why the German colonies should be retained by the Uritisli Em pire in a speech delivered yesterday at He recalled the German atrocities upon natives and especially the disappearance nf SO per the native population from Southeast Africa during the German Mr Long read ft statement from live chlofs of who said that after their experience with German occupation and after two years of British occupation they wish ad lo remain forever under the British fluK and begged for an assurance that the Germans would never be allowed to return to carry out the horrible threats of vengeance they had made when tho Hrltlun drove them roads to private opeWtlon continued behind closed Lh heic juWti A RAYMOND MAN IS REPATRIATED Herbert of Hay who enlisted at Card ston with tho and who has been a prisoner of hus been to the lists issued NO TRIUMPH ABOUT ENTRY OF PRUSSIANS lin welcome to the Pruesian guards on Tuesday wee rnther than accord ing to Berlin advicee received It was generally observed the troops marched under the German national colors and that the bands played Deutschland uber allies and not revolutionary CREW OF NIOBE TO BE DISCHARGED is stated here that the crew of the Nlobe will be demobi lised next and that about 600 men will leave for their homes In different parts of Naval officers asked for confirma tion of the report said that de mobilisation was alresdy under on a small Whether 600 men were to be given their discharge papers next week they could not tion that roads be continued until although causing the railroad lieads no was expected to enter largely into their discussions 10When a policy for the railroads is agreed upon by the which is made up of 21 members represent ing all thfi large roads of coun try and 80 per ot the railway will be presented to the lubor leaders and owners of railroad securities and then reported back to the several for their meet ings ol i he committee are exnecled to last for several GERMANS STOLE MACHINERY lei named have been arrested by the allied military au thorities on a charge ol1 receiving stolen They are declared to have gathered together a considerable quantity of machinery stolen from BANK CLEARINGS High and mi This Same 1917 A A A DUTCH EXCITED OVER POSSIBLE LOSS PROVINCE people living in the southern part of the Dutch province of Linv burg arc excited by repeated references in Belgian French newspapers to a possible sever ance of a part of that province from Fortynine masters in that region have tele graphed to Queen Wilhelmina expressing their indignation and assurlnrj her of their firm alle WILSON TO ADDRESS PARIS address which Presi dent Wilson will make to the American probably as as arrival In is ex pected to be one of the piost im portant during his stay in and is being looked forward to by who hope to gain from this a more definite idea of the presidents exact position regarding numerous vital WILSON TO SPENP 48 HOURS IN PARIS length of President Wilsons official visit in Paris has been fixed at 48 according to The re mainder of his stay Will not marked by any state majority of the employees of the police and water departments of this city went on strike this morn ing for higher The citys firemen joined tne forces of striking employees from waterworks and gsr bags departments this making the tleuo of the publlo services here BIG SHIPMENT OF GOLD FOR THE ALLIES received from Russia by the tc more than has arrived In Paris and been deposited In the Bank of recording to an official statement from the French ministry The money is credited to the common account of the allies in conformity with the terms of the ESTIMATES five and a half billion dollars more of bonds will have to be issued t6 linance the government thia Sec retary of tho Treasury McAdoo told the house ways and means commit tee today iu discussing financial ques He based this on an estimate of in ana members of tho committee eaid tin estimate was not too loLF RESIONt the minister of foreign has handed In his resigned which has bstn the The secret arys retirement 4tM net ceme as hto rsletlew the straining ;