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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 11fi ttAILY ALiERTA DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT HOSPITAL HKCKMBEH Lfllftrftl or Is solicit In snccGttlon to air who Is tor iwfct road Vo retire as HOOH tho kny making tor Htfo stone Jor he moimlo CM ho the political on which an Tho old thief realizes tlmt election In likely to be fought may ho cnn never load a united party to be briefly summed fm nomo victory nnd ho M mild to ho it hflfl been evident to willing to unite followers with close political observers hero that that of tho Liberal hoatled all has not harmony In the by Frank WILL DISSOLVE Dor seven or oil for Sir Robert Honlen of the cabinet there Is A welcoming look to directed towards the straight party carry his preelection for It Is realised that in the f Liberal co and make a inevitable party conflict to i r J drialon ot the they will have to look to WIH Reunite the latter began to prom tor some solidatlon nnd organization if they of an Eiwllsh are to sumve the tangles nnd dlffl m in nnniian yie fifty fifty basis was frankly but Protestant firmly dlscuseed with Sir Robert as BUM DIES IN FRANCE Lcthbrldfe Born Son Victim of Pneumonia soon as It became evident that a leadership beitiK quietly ttonvaas Prodirilona but with extreme There rediiiiotis nt he and that plans intisf tliat the present Union Rovernment bo ror reconstruction in Can of Canada will be rent asunder with in sis months that Sir llobert nor Each Parly Preparing Tho Had news was received In tlto city by that her cuttles of tho reconstntctlon j HOII Clarenco had died The question na to tho partf of pneumonia In nrfl scvertil rlrala and fucMfina in both presentSir Thomas White Is tbe acting prime and he looks n llkoly figure for a tariff to prlmo minister to bocomo chief ins on many problems to bo tlce Of Canada or the Dominions matle t newsssnry in the minds representative on the Judicial cbm of nt ot tllr mlttce of the Imperial privy members of tho cabinet that their and that next summer will sen a representation should bo strength Kcneral election fought on party enert their views were to be are contained in dispatch altogether submerged by the pro lished fn The Toronto ponderatlng Conservative World from its Ottawa they felt that thdy had The article follows a rjght to demand the of The Union government under Sir Sir Roberts and their own public Robert placed in power for pledges for an equalizing of politi a war baa nearly completed its cal representation in the and will dissolve into its com nut when the question was discussed eral side Premier Jlartln of Sas Oraham and Frank Carvoll nW all sald to be acceptable to Sir Wilfrids Quo bee CALGARY LIVE STOCK large run of cnttle in There was a lie Calgary yards today and prices ruled fully as high as Jack Ciihill topped Conser as to who was to come in and who i the market with one steer weighing onent parts1 Uibenila and vatives within six That is the almost certain out sir uouert apparentijwas in nuni The bulk of the prime come of present complications in the not only with his but steers went with good butchers was to go out there came which sold nt t Sir Robert apparentljwas In diffi The bulk of the prime The upper picture exterior of Alberta Oucheee of Cennaught Canadian Red Crose Tap This with a capacity of 1200 it built on the beautiful grounds of Major Waldorf and This beautiful lite was secured through their kindness and They pave not only the original which was a large racquet but turned over magnificent coune in ordv that suitable buildings might be The institution is a small town in with its own lighting ano heating plant general carpenter recreation fleet of en the which borders the and a The second picture is the interior of the Alberta Duchess af Connaught This was the first general hospital for the recreation of Canadian patients and was for a long time the only hospital for which the Cross solely Its growth speaks wonders for the energy and liberality of the of Each cot bears a tablet showing the name of the individual society which endowed A number of the staff are from body politic diagnosed by the also with his colleagues in regard cabinet ministers Sir to asking any of the latter to make Robert himself was given to for Liberal Thfl stand by some of his colleagues that upshot of the whole IHscussiOtf said there would likely bo a destructive to be rather acrimonious at rifling and rending of His cabinet was that nothing was agreed as soon as peace was and and the pflnie minis tor left for the immediate problems of recon England with everything still in fer i structiou and demobilization were It is understood the only temporarily it is stated agreement was that there ehould be i that Sir realizing the politi no breakup while he was cal difficulties and dangers nnd that matters would be left in and personally wearied of tUe con abeyance until his return if lie slant worries of leadership under does return as trying la also pro Meanwhile of the political paring to unburden and will parties to looking towards the re resign the premiership within a few construction of the party fences and It is generally believed The LiberalUnionists and in inner circles here that he will re the Laurier Liberals are having tire to the dignity and some quiet looking to emoluments ot either the chief juswards reconciliation and a reunited ticeship of or of the im penal bench as Canadas Successor to Laurier on the A gen Quebec Liberals have declared cral file return of a their willingness to fall in behind an straight party government either Englishspeaking Protestant leader milking frbm to cows prime and heavy van around lioifers making tho same Stackers and feeders continue in Rood demand at yesterdays fed and mads Hllwyn had been at the front since rarly hi the having enlisted with tho 20th Ho was a Leth brldgo born and was about 2J yearn of He saw considerable fighting during his term the and was believed to haveYocii ready for discharge and trip when he the Influenza which developed into Another Clordon also lit tho DfeturM conMt from MOM form of towstfcn the liver with a coum of en July informed about 130 German an attaches in conference In Berlin that a world war would be started of the army intelligence testified today before the senat committee investigating German and breWeYs These employees were then dispatched to parts of the 31 com ing to the United States to stimu late panGerman Lester He said his Information came from an un named now interned in thia The German propagandists layided in th United States in on the same boat vrith known aa the paymaster of the enemy pro paganda system in this and immediately formed the nuc leus for German TAKES THE JOB jous sortie from the when she sank the Ragfaa and NEW The Germans alone knew the president of the Western aim of the but the Turks think j Union Telegraph and Cable it was a sortie without The lias been placed in charge of all Uoeben hit three ot our mines marine cable systems of the United but still remained Shu States by PostmasterGeneral Burlewent they in the Narrows it an noun cert at Carletone only because the German navigating office here He has accepted the officer neglected the which was declined by Turkish pilot who had steered him out George vicepresident of the of the The German Commercial Cable i the position of some and Ij Branded his During the sis days i GRANT MORDEN OFFER I she was aground the Goeben was raid i eel day and night by British Morden Her own guns were her best j offers to give to a hospital TWO struck the and also pay the expenses if any one on the 4ide by one of the torpedo auditor in the province can show net the other at the base of the he made any profit out of the Cellu which it Neither lose He reiterates lie material The only bombs j and sent the company we had available at that time were too j another GOEQEN VISITED Ship Very Much as Left the Germans FSTAfUKH AFBIAT ESTABLISH AERIAL By Price in London Times a little wooded bay Bosporus lies a groat bluegrey the ot notorious the ship that thrust through the Dardanelles at the very beginning ofc the war to bo for fiunllg a week i the Turk pledge and proof of Ger manys and one that has sincn of more surmises and othet the ufflciall known the Turkish I The Goeben is now called the j When the Goeben was got off j she had hundreds of tons of water in1 side made Constantinople uni j der her own at 18 j j Ever since this damage was done to and after the outer holes in her I hull had been patched up by i means ofa cofferdam Stenia where she now the Goebeu has beeu several tinips to Sebastopol and Practically the whole of what is left of the Turkish Fleet lies in this little Stciiia They lost three big One was near anil the two others were torpedoed by British submarines in the sea of Marmora and the Darrtan The Goeben and Breslau wero n Fleet the rest were the st ROUTE IN INDIA JYousby the a given to i I Sultan Selim the She has a I Ueinm Arir on I and u Turkish This with a British naval captain and a I went to visit It was the first time British officers set foot on her There have been so many accounts of the condition of the Goeben that it was extremely interesting to see it or one What has Chiefly damaged the generaj officer command ing the Royal Air Forces in the middle accompanied by Ross has arrived at Kar on the Baluchinstan border and In conference with the gov ernment of India regarding the es tablishment of an serial route and aervice in These two aviators have just completed a flight from Cairo to a distance of In 36 hours actual flying itn crew left the Goebeu on November in the steam er for On Its way past the German summer Em bassy at Thfrapia the ship and the band played afuneral march for the German sailors and soldiers buriediu graveyard of the Em bassy And ao there she lies at last among the lovely hills of this beautiful harmless and the great ship round FRENCH BANKER ARRESTED Sea early in the aucl three during lier sortie and attack on the British monitors outside the Dardanelles last In each case the outer hull French been arrested in i of the ship was blown but the inner according to the while bulkheads thanks to the preparing to sail to Argentina with excellent construction of the vessel and the multitude of her watertight the damage was local ized to the opening of gaps in lHr outer hull and the flooding of com partments around His liabilities are said to total 1 Dont let a cold it may get worse Place of THER jutl M it comci from tbe over the affected A lirsliM wsrath will ouce be iling to the of the aubjc 4g W went down into the stokrUolds to see the bent Jnner The Germans had great confidence in the resistance of their The curving plates of steel are not even supported by timber baulka against the pressure of the water beyond The effect of the punctures of her outer hull to reduce the speed of the Goebeu probably to 15 so that as a fighting unit ahe has lost a great deal of her When die Germans her on Novem ber they took out i all the plaua of the ship and her en so that the Turkish crew tin can only find put the details ft lusr mechanism by actual Tho Germans carried off all the fire control and other scientific instru no aa to make the ship useless for as long as Story of the Sortie From Turkish otlicers on board 1 war We left her with her red Turkish ensign still showing after her dovegrey hull had faded out of heard the story of tha Coubous fam war MUST ATONE From tho Chicago Two of the German officers raised his hand to shake with a British The latter ro The Germans hand fell limply his Hi turned grimly muttering something iu his native Into one brief paragraph the story of tif fleets surrender is compressed this figure of Germany s abject The history of inter national relations scarce affords a It was the commander of a German with whom the Eng lish officer refused to fraternize even to the extent of grasping a proffeiod Xo one blames the An honest British hand could no more clasp that German pirate hand than noblesi nations now receive buck into the fold the old flphengol lurn tainted Germany upon terms of brotherhood and The Ger man like tho nation iu whose name his crimes ware committed baa an atonement to make before the world will bo ready to shako hands and call tho incident oi a four years BE SURtTO MAKE A flOISt WHEN YOU COMC BACK I MIGHT BE KISSING YOUR Wlft 3CENC FROM HU30ANPS ONLV AT THE EMPRESS TON ifcHT ANO TOMORROW Fancy Glassware and Chinaware We have just opened up a large range of Fancy Glassware and These are very useful as well as Appropriate Holiday Gifts Misses9 and Childrens Hats at Special Prices We carry a complete range of Fancy and Staple Groc eries at Popular MORDEN PHONE 1366 GENERAL MERCHANT 526 13th CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE The FOOT TOGGERY SHOES FOR ALL AGES WE HAVE Womens and Childrens House Slippers in great variety of They make terviceable Christmas Spats Womens in R variety of Childrens and Misses Knee Length Womens 34 and Knee Length Also a Special Line of Knee Length for men driving motor WOMENS MOTOR BOOTS High top and fleece lined throughout has Noolin and Rubber NELSON SHERLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH AUCTION SALE Monday Next 16 COMMENCING AT TWO OCLOCK PROMPT On the Corner of 11th and 6th JUDGE IVE8 RESIDENCE FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And oriocU including SPLENDID PIANO by MASON A RI8CH vtiry haniUunio dining suite in mission onk comprising buffet with luudecl Kiuuti rouud extending dining table and But of sic dining chairs vnry mahogany frame mlH Kiou oak secretaire 5SECTION BOOK CASE in Al cut ouk with top find very htimlKomo 4 cut OAK LIBRARY TABLE Vicut oak tseorutalrc Ucut oak hull mirror HANDSOME WILTON Dxlu in now condition dining room 9x12 misHion ouk convertible card table sewing machine BRASS BED completo with and O8TERMOOR MATTRESS kitcliou cupboard COOKING RANGE fitted with gag futures rrlKerator brass trimmed he UK complete with springs and mattress es OAK DRESSERS ami stand bedroom carpet dishes TERMS CASH A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED ;