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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta of Canada �win be rent asunder avUU Sn six months j that Sir Robert Borden will fetire from the oftiog, of FfllDAT, DECEMBER IB, 1818 L|b6i*l 6r'" Coiiiiieryatlve---4s gdied-* "Thk cauees ntikiiig for. t)ife aiid tlie J poHtlcal coiOultldn^l on -Avhlcli aii elecUphyla likely tp be ipught may be . -brieny/8un�ined..�pl>":. For some i months past it lias .beenj evident to �clos^. p&liticttl-tobserverfl lier,eJ,,that, . 1 has riot; beetn,! bavmpny; in Athe union government. After, patleiit-;'ly,� AVialtl.dg. Bor seven or eight ymontljs fdr Sir, Bphert Borden -to y cajry iout his .'pre-election pact, wkh I his �l.iberaJ colleagues, and make, a I llfty-ttfty division ot. the cabinet, LIfiifalS � Wftl'Tleunite l^adtr to press ^or some '.....�vsr�-***^i^i_'i'�wmt- to-jiifc definite action.. Keorganization on Leaclersnip of an linglisn- ^^^^ fifty fifty basis was frankly but Canadian Protestant firmly discussed with .sir Robert as .^�i. _ _ soon as it became evident that a i vf  � - military dpolsion had been reached OTTAWA, Dec. 8.-Predictions at the front, and that plans must tliat the-present Union government 1,^ la^^ for reconstruction in Can- unptr pic*ure .hoW�,the exterior of Alberta ward, Duchew of Conn.ught C.n.dian Red Cros. hotpit�l,jrM.. ..w.Bucfe., England. ThTs ho.pit.l, with", capacity of 1200 bed., i. built on the be.ut.ful grounds of Major Waldorf Aetor, M.P., .nd Mr. Astor. Thi.-beautiful .it. wa...cured through their kindnes. and They gave not only th. original building, which w.. a Urge racquet co,urt but tuen.d over magmficent lawt..,-JrivL Ind flolf course in ord*- th.t .u.tabl. bu.ldmg. m.ght b. .r.cted. The .nsftut.on .. a .mall town .n ^rivfts. and oolf course m uiw-*** vii�ik , . _�. itself, with iU own lighting ano heating plant, general stor..,-earpenter .hop,-theatre, reoreatton ground., fir. brigade, float of boat, on the-Thame., which border, the ground., and. a new.paper. , (The .ieond picture i. the interior of the Alberta ward, Duchew af Connaught hp.pital. T^i. was the- firat general hospital for the recreation of Canadian pat.enu and wa. for a long time the only ho.plfal for which the iRed C.^.. b�>iima .olely.r.cpon.ll.1.. Its growth speak, wond.r. for tho energy and liberality of the ,-7.51, of Canada. Each cot beari a,tablet showing the name, of the indivi^lual-'or aociety which endowed if;, A-larga atla. ,' Each Party Preparing ..... ......- J. "The tariff is�ie, with Its bearing prime minister to become chief fjus- on many others problems to be eolved, tice Of Canada or the Dominlpn'a made It neeessary In the minds representative on, the judicial ctom- gome, at least, of th^ Liberal mittee of the, Imperial privy council, members of "the cabinet that their and, that next suinmer will see a'representation should bo strength-general electbn fOhght on party lines,, ened unless their views "vrere to bo are .contained in'r� dispatch puib- a,itogether submerged by the- pre-lished' in Th6.' Toronto Sunday ponderatlng Conservative element. World 4ron�, its Ottawa correspondent. Furthermore, thoy felt that th4y had The article follows: a right to demaud the fulfilment of "The Union government under Sir Sir-Robert's and their own public Robert Borden, placed in power' for pledges for an equalizing of politl-a war job, hasneairlv completed its cal representation in the ministry, task, and will dissolve into its com- But when the question was discussed ponent parts'-r-Uberala and Consen- as to "who was to come In and who vatives-within six montlis. was to go out there came dissension. "That is ithe'�!most � certain out- Sir Robert, apparently-was in tliffi-come of present complications in the culties, not only with his party, but body politic diagnosed by the also with his colleagues In regard cabinet mlplsters themselves. Sir to aaklng any of the latter to make Robert himsfelf was given t(f nnder-.^w;ay for Liberal successors.. The stand by some of his colleagues lhat upshot of the whole WiscussiOflxsaid there would likely be a destructive to be rather acrimonious at times, riding and-/ending of his cabinet was that nothing Was agreed lipon, as soon as peace was declared, and and the prtrae^ miuister left, for the Immediate problems of recon- England, with everything still in fer-struction and demobilization were ment. It is imderstood the only temporarily solved. It is stated agreemeht was that there should be that Sir Robert, realizing the politi- /no "break-up" while he was away, cal .difflqultios and dangers ahead, and that matters would be left In - and* persqn^lly wearied of the conr abeyance until his return-it h'e .stajit"'worries ot leaderehip ufld^r does return as premier, ^eapecially trying tunes, is also pre- "Meanwhile each of the political paring to unburde^ himself, and 'wU\ parties IB looking towards the re-resign the premiecship within a few construction of the party" fences and months. _ , 'in inner circles, here that he will re- tlie lAurler Liberals 'are having tire to the. sefej^ity, dlgnliy and ^ome quiet pourparlers, looking to-emoluraents oft ^either the chief jus/warda reconciliation and a reunited ticeship of Canada, or of the , im- party. ^ penal bench as Canadarepresento-^ Successor to Laurier >tive on the priv;^^'council. A gen- "Quebec Liberals have declared} !'cral elation,: anownipb'w;eiv,at�18 knots; 5 . I �.�^Jpypi-.sinceiihis damage wafcdbiie tclJ her, "a^id after" the, put^r-iio}e^ in lier ! ^ hull had,jjpnly been:" patched up by | means of' a cofferdam la Stenia Bay, where she now lies, the Goeben has . ESTABLISH AERIAL > ROUTE IN INDIA LONDON, Dec. 13.-Major^Gen; . Salmond,.gener*tl officer commanding the Royah Air Forces in thic middle easti accompanied by Capt. � , . Ross Smith, has arrived at Kar-r achi, on the Baluchinstan border and is'ln conference with the gov-, ernment of India regarding tho establishment of an sierial route aiid % �ervice In India. ' These two aviators have juat completed a flight from Cairo to; Karachi, a' distance of 2,548 miles, In 36 hours actual flying time. 'FRENCH BANKER ARRESTED PARIS, Dec. 13.-M. Victolre, a :;,French, bankei*,:haq been ar^jpsted in �jTparis,: according to the police, while Preparing; to 'sail: to Argentina with 5,000 francs. His liabilities are said to total 1,000,000 francs. of notorious history, , the ship that Jf,'^"^^^ ^.''^ 'JT^^^^^ thrust through the Daifdahelles at the 1'"^^ S'Euia Bay. ^They big very beginning-bfctheHvar. to be for- sh^jis during.a. ^^eek.. One.wW^^^ the Turk a pledge and proof of Ger- "ear Odessa, and the two others were many-s power, and one that has.since ^L.^'''.^^'J" flTn�f,.!i, " been the cause of mdre surmrses and Marmora and the Dardan- preparation on the^artof the Allies �"��.'.^""^^^'tfl^^f^ than any othel ship in kU the eneniv, 1^��^,^ as-the Turkish "High fleets. The Goeben is now called the i ^eas Fleet"; the rest were the coast Yous by the Turks, a rame given to Sultan Sellm the G;-im. She has a Don't let a xold stay- ^ . ' it may get-worse! � PWceV piecR^pf.THER-::>.;.' UOOKIfB, juiX'M it comcm it* fn>in,fth=: b�it her, It'waa the ilrst time British officers set foot on her decks. There defense fleet. The GernHm crew left the Goeben on Sunday, November 3, in^fhesteato^' er~\Cracovado, for Odessa.' On its way past the G^man summer Embassy at Therapia the Bliip' stopped; and the band played, a-fuiieral,march for the German sailors and s'pldiers burierf- in the graveyard pt_ the Ehi- ^^l^^"^ ^^^^ of the. ^^gy ^j^^p^,_ so there" she'.lies condition of the Goeben 'that it was extremely interesting to see it for oneself. What has chiefly damaged' the ship are tlie mines by \yhlch she was, hit. There vere live, two in the .Black Sea early In.the'war, aiid; ttiree: during her sortie ;:Mid attack oh^,the; British monitors outside the Dardanelles last spring. In each case the outer hull of the ship was blown in, but the inner bulkheads held, and, thanks to. the excellent 1 name his crimes 'were comnttltted lila ' an atonement to make before the world will be ready to shake hands and call the incident of-a four years' War closed. WE HfVe Spats (Women's) in a variety of colors. Children's and Misses' Knee Length Gaiters. Women's 3-4 and Knee Length Tiaiters, black. Men's, Women's and Children's : ers in great variety of-styles. They make serviceable Christmas Gifts. Also a Spedal Line of Knee Length Gaiter, Uack/ior men driving motor cars. / and \ WOMEN'S MOTOR BOOTS High top and f/eece lined throughout has Neblln Sola C AA Rubber Heei. Price.....;............ "friggrator; brass trimmed beds complete with springs and mattresses; "OAK DRESSERS and stand; chiffonlas; bedroom carpet squares; dishes; glassware, pictures, etc. , v" s ' TERMS CASH ' PHONES 770-^9 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIAtED ;