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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r MERTA; WARD, DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT HOSPITAL i'lllDAY, DKCKMBEH 101ft schcil- Ju qucccMjou lo SJr Wilfrid, who'Js. uled for unit euiuinar. v rcajy retire na HOOII ns llio Icoy- "TiM cRiKea making for Iblu Rixl btbhu .tor, ijio, liigw 'mosaic' can Ihe political comlUlons on-AvhLh EUI Tim ghl chief' realizes'that" election is IP bu fought ho ciui never loud a united inrly to b0 briefly summed UIK For somo victory ngalu, niul he U said lo bo jtaat it lirifS bcot) evident lu willing Lo unite his (olloverii with i'lcefe observers hero, Ihpt of llio Llhorul Unionists, ujl Im Uulon i ,raotilli3 not been liuvcuony In .the government. After valient- for scvuu or olgiil (or Sir Holjeri DcmltM) to )iU'pro-clccitoti wlili f his' Ubor.il collcaBuoa, nitd iuaka u I division ut the cabinet, bv Frank Carvcli die CputJorvatlve slild of Ihu cabinet tlierojs a tt'ek'uhifiig- look '.C.ELLWYN for Sir ItoljerL Hor4iHi to'tllrectcil towdirdB tlio eiralxbl party mail, for It la realized Lbul. In' llio Inevitable parly conflict lo coniu _ _ _ they will have io look lo.party con- UhtljilU Will" Keuniie Ujratr tbe Jailer .began lo vfpr aouie (BollUalloii nnil organization .ir ilioy of :m Knjcllsh- nny rifiy. basis was frankly but Canadian Protestant firmly UlscuMeO Sir noboi-l as EOpu as -It bocanio evident thai Born Son Airs. Oil, Victim of i'ncurrjonla OTTAWA, Dec. "The to llm par If ..ailcrbhln [A bntnt; quietly military decision had IJCCH rcm-hed Cd, but wjth extreme cnulloii. There rcdlcuoua Qt the from, anJ that plans mast.ara several .rivals niul tact Iti Tho tiad news was received In dlffl- 'dly today.by Mrs. W, A, hi there would likely be a dOolTucltvu to bu rather acrimonious at limes.. demand al yesterday's quotations rlllliijj and ijen'dlnj of hts cabinet was that nothing was agree il upon, as soon as peace ivas declared, and- (ho Ic_'t. for Iho immediate problems of recon- England, with everything sllli In fer- sinictlon and .demobilization were uienL U Is understooil the only leuiporarlly solved. It fs slatcj agreement was that there should be that Sif. Robert, realizing tho. poHLL- no "break-up" while ho was away, tal .difficulties and dangers ahead, ami that mailers would be left In '-aud- Wearied, oC tfcc con- abeyance unlil Ms return-if lie vortles under does return as premier. ;tc3pecially Irving, limes, la also prc- ''.Mpanwhllo each, ot llie- political lo unbunlep. himself, and will parties it looking towards the re- resign tho preuilership within a-few couslructfoQ of the party'fences and months. -'It..- la generally believed defences. Tbe Liuoral-Unlonlsts and, -Ma, inner, circles here ihat he will rvi- the Laurier- Liberals 'arc having tire lo the s'orouily, dignity1 and ?dhie qulci pourparlers, looking to- 'emoluments of Neither' the chief JUST ward-i reconciliation aud a reunited ticeship of Canada, or of Ihe im- pai.ty. p perial bench as Canada's -repreoenln-( Successor lo Laurier -on .tho A. gen- "Quebec Liberals have declared era! and.- uis return ot a (heir Avillingness to fall In behind an straight.'.party either I'rolcstanl leader of lio pueunioniit In KVancc- Corp. hnd been ut Iho front sincu lu the wur, hdvlug 20th Laltcry. Ho was a Lclh- 0 born aud was about 22 1 nf ugc. Ho saw conslJcrablo Ightlng during his term Ihc fronl, aixlVna believed to ready for dlacliargo anil trip home when lie caught the Influenza which developed Into pneumonia. Another brother, Pto. Gordon. Ellvi'yflj olsu ut Iho front. Disturbed maaOy COHMS from some form of intigestioa. Stnagtbn stomach end ttfanakta the fiver with COUTM of the 01 i------r--------- _ :Red Cross Its growth epeski for energy and libsrality o_f Ihi. Cinada. Each cot bun.i labHit'showing narnc of Ihe individuil ;.6r locialy, indowed if, A Kumber of Ihe staff Cram TAKES THE 'YoUs sp'rile from when fhe. Raglaa itor. 'The 'GermiinT 'u" WASHINGTON, The on July 10, 19H, informed 130" Gtrms'n .i.civiVan -'attaches, conference; In Berlin Lhat a world war would. started soon, CapL G. B. Lestcrj of the army intelligence ttitlfiid today before the senaL: cenimitlsa- (r.vsrtigating 1 arid brtwfrs' propaganda. Thest employees were then dispatched io ?Ji pirts 'if the world, 31 com- ing to the United States to stimu- late pan German propaganda. declared. He said .-This Informalion'came from an un- rarrieii now interned in thlt ccunlry, 'c -The German propagandists I landed in'th: -United Stales in Augutt, the same boat with 'Dr. "H. F. Albert, known the paymaster of the enemy pro- paganda system in this country, -Immediately formed the nuc- kus for German propaganda. NEW YORK, Dec. Carlelon, president 6r the-. Westera aim ol the.rtidy.bul the Tdrfeg' liiltik Union Telegraph and Cable Company, Lt -was a srirtlc Vllhqut has been placed "in charge ot all llochen hit three ol_qur marine cable sysicms of 'the linked but still." plates OT, Postmaster-General Burle- aahpre, they sayT iap ifce'-'Xijryows EOD, it Vt-CarletGn's only becau'ie tee German bas accepted the officer neslECtei the I which was declined by Tarklsh'pllot who had George G. AVard, vice president ol the of Ihe Straits.; LThe Gefmaa miatook Commerclsl Cable Cuaipany. i the position ot. .sonic and! _-_ his TJurins the-six nay a OFFER J5he the Goabea was raid-1 f .led day and rilghl-by .Britisli aircraft. Dec. Mordec Her own were her best defence, j offera lo give ?lrOOO to a hospital Two BrttUhMionibs struck the ship, and "sUo pay "the expenses ii any one on the'ame'tif one'oJ the'lbrpedo- j audiior in llie province can show net booms, the other Hi Ibe base of the .he ina.de profit out-of the Cellu- alter-iunnsl, which it holed. Neither "promotion. He reiterates be dj4 material damage. The-only bombs and. seat the company we had available-.al thai lime were loo1 ;er j small. lu'e" got off she hatj hundreds .of tons of in; I biiL'made-CuDsiamrnoplE nn- GOEBEN VISITED kriols. lozt isECi Ship >Very Much as the Germans .'-Kvfr. since, this damage was'dqne ID her.'-and after the outer holes .in her hull h'aiLy'only bscn. patched np by The FOOT TOGGERY SHOES FOR ALL AGES MAKE AMOISE WHEN fOU COME SACK -I MIGHT BE (SCENE HUJDANBS ril-Y AND TOMORROW liitle wooded bay. loathe Bosp'orus lies beeu several times to Scbastbyol and a great Mue-Ercr ittrahip, Ihe Goeben, i .5 TnAish "Fleet lies.in PraclicallA- the rwbo'le'-of Trhal jf the Torhish Fleet lies ii milc'SUuia Day. -Tliey losLMh'rfcc, big ESTABLISH AERIAL ARGUTE IN INDIA LONDON, Silmond, gtnervj officer command- Ing the Royal ATr Fojxts In the middle cart, accompanied by Capt. Ross Smith, has arrived at Kar- achi, .'on the Baluchinitan border and ic'ln conference] with the gov- ernment of India regarding the es- tablishment of sn serial route and service In India. v _ These two aviators hive Juat corn pie ted a flight from Cairo to Karachi, gf miles. In 36 hours actual flying time. 1 FRENCH BANKER ARRESTED PARIS. Dec. Ylctolr-, a Freocb banker, been, angled m noiorioua hislory, ,the ship ihnist -throagh the Dardanelles afibB; Qaa WBS verj- IheMvar to and thc'lwa the Turk a pledge and proof ot Gcr-j t doed b iu -4 one that has since Marmora aad the Darrtan- the cause ot McHncj; The antl Brealan wero preparation on Ihe pan of me Alliei Turtish "High .ban anv olher ship in the rh. the coast Fancy Glassware and Chinaware fleets. The Coeben la now called Voua by the Turks, a-rirae given to Sultan Sellm Ihe llrim. She hag a Turkiah'vadEiiral, Arir Tasha, on board. and a Turkish crew. This morning, with a British naval captain, and a niajor-genunii, I went lo jrSit her. It'was the first time British officers sat foot on her decks. There hare Lcen so manj" "account of tbe condilion of the tibefaen 'thai It was extremely- Interesting lo scs U for one- self. What bai chiefly damaged the sbip are the mines'by which sh'c was hit. There two Jo Sea early In'theVar, anil three during her sorlie and atlaek onUhe. Briiish monitors outside the Dardanelles last spring. In each case the outer hull the rest defense fleet. The GernSin crew left the Goeben on Sunday, Xovember 3, In'tbe steatof Odessa.' On .Us war past the summer Em- bassy at Therapia the ship slopped, and Ihe band played .a- funeral march for the German sailors and s'pliliers bnrierl- in the graveyard pi. the Em- bassy chapel. And so there she lies at last among the lorely TrpoJed hljls of this bervaliful Bosporus, .harmless and captive, Ihe great sh.lp'-.round which much history hrttils part'of the world war revolted. We left'Le'r with her red Turkish ensign atiU..ahowlnff after her tlove-grev hull had Faded out ol sight a blown io. but Ihe inner Pan's, according io Ihe police, while 1 bulkheads .held, anil, thanks lo jireparjng: to sail to Argentina with His liabilities are said to tolal l.OQCMteO fmncs. Don't let a cold it may jet worie! of the ship escellent construction ol the TCSSC! and the raullltade of her watertight comparlmenU, the damage was local- ized (o Ihe opening of ears in hor Oiiter hall and the flooding of com- around Ilioro. We went down Into Ihc stokeholds a see the bulfcheads. The Germans had great confidence in the resistance ot their rnaleriala. The curving plate? ot steel arc nol'even supported by timber baulks aga'lnsl the pressnre of the water beyoiid them. The effect of I2ie punctures of her ouler hull however, to rctJace the speed of the Goeben probably to 15 knots, so ibat as a fighting unit she has lost a great de.nl of her value. When the loft her on Novem- ber 3, they out of her, moreover. all the plans of lie shfp and hpr en- gfnes; so ihat Ihc Turkish crew' on board can the details her mechanism by actual inspection. The Germans rarritd ofi too. All the fire control and other scientific Jnslni- menis, EO aa to malsc the ahtp useless for as long aa possible. Story of the Sortie From cflirora on board I heard Ibe slory of Hie Goebcn'a fam- MUST ATONE (From Iho Chicago Tribune.) Two of (he German olfkera wept. Ahother rnlsed lila hand Jo shake with a otftccr. The latter re- Cusetl. The German's -hand fell limply lln turned away, grimly lu hla native lq his sid.y muttering tongue. InM one brief of '.he paragraph ot Ibe fleet's surrenngr U cbmpressctl this lignro of Genhanj 3 abjctl condition. The hla'.ory of tn nallonal relations scarce affords parallel, M was the' commander of a Gennan U-bost. with the Eng- liah oftirer lo rraternfze even lo the extent of graaping a rirotfcied hind. No one Maniej the Englishman. An hont-st Ilrilish hand couM no more clasp that German pirate-.hand than ncbltsi nations coulcV now receive back into Ihe fol.1 Hie old iroUenzoT- lalntcd Germany" npotl iferrns of and equality. The Ger- rcan officer, like. Ihc nation In whot-; name bis crimes were committed has an atonement to make before tbc world will nc ready lo saako hands and call the incidfnt of A, four closed. We have just opened up large range of Fancy Glassware and Chinaware. These are very useful as well as Appropriate Gifts Misses' and Children's Hats at Special Prices We carry a coir of Fane; and Staple Groc- eriu at Popular Prices. PHONE GENERAL MERCHANT 526 13lh St. N. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE HAVE Men's, Women's and Children's House Slippers in jrtal variety of-ilyUs. make .'icrviceable ChrlstmAK Gifts. Spats (Women1 in r, variety of colors. Children's and Misses' Length Gaiters. Women's 3-4 and Knee Length Gaiters, black. Also a Special Line of Knee Length Gaiter, black, for men driving motor cars. WOMEN'S MOTOR BOOTS Hleli top and fleece Hncil UirouetonL has Nealia A A and Hurtlicr Ucci. O.UU W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK THIBD AVENUE SOUTH AUCTION SALE Monday Next, Dec. 16 COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT On the Premises, Comer of'llth St. and 6tb Ate. S. JUDGE IVES' RESIDENCE FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Anil effects incll'.lins: SPLENDID PIANO by MASON I RISCH; very haniUomc dining sailc (n iu'iialuTi v.ik coniprtslnj btiffcl wlti leaded Blaas iloors, rounrt extending iHnlng table and BCI ot sli dining chaErs; very hne CHESTERFIELD, mU- onk tccrelalre; 5-SECTION BOOK CASE In Al condition, Vi- cul oak corauletc -with lop nml base; vorr handsome '.4-cut OAK LIBRARY TABLE; '4-CMI osV: Eccrstalro; U-'IK osk liall mirror; HANDSOME WILTON RUG, Dxli In now conJIUonj.dlnlng room niff. 9x12; minion onk convertible csrd lahlc; scwlns niacblnft; BRASS BED complete with springs and OSTEHMOOR MATTRESS; Kllchtl! cupooanl; COOKING RANGE rltlcil with fas fixtures; Trlgcralor; brara Irinnneil roinplctc with springs and cs; OAK DRESSERS ami s.'.anJ; licdroonl carpel Oiabcs; Elasswarc, i.ttmrea, etc. TERMS CASH PHONES A PROMPT ATTENDANCE Wit L BE APPRECIATED ;