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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta >7olume IT. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge. Alta.. Monday. December INQUEST INTO THE BELLEVUE DISASTER 1 ONLY THREE fari; TWELVE'KILLED IN A DYNAMITE EXPLOSION NO CHANGElN SIZE OF MAJORITY British Election Campaign is Almost Over- O'Brienites Have not Gained any Strength In Ireland HEWANTEDTO GET MORE MONEY Cause of Alarming War Report to U. S. Congress Washington, Dec. high! is learned that the admin- istration does not concede the possi- bility of war, and is not in the least ______ degree concerned about the condition j eut complete with the exception pedestal in Ireland and played THE UNITEDSTATES IS NOT LOOKING FOR WAR NO CHANGE IN CAR STRIKE AT WINNIPEG London, Dec new parlia-j land.-. -This on., a tremen- of national defence's. Not only docs of tnree seats wMch are being con- President and his cabinet believe ,-lhat aEuanned_conflict with Japan is entirely out'of the Question, but also consider that'la war with Germany is outside the range of possibility. The sensational, tone of. the secret re- port .sent to Congress by the War de- partment finds no response in White House-or among..the members tested today in only, one-of. these con- stituencies, Wickburghs, Scotland, for which the member, -'R. JVIunroe, is a Liberal, is there any possibility of a .'conference change, and so' the. House moiis will be made-up of i Unionists, 270 or 271 Liberals. Irish Nationalists and 43 Labor mem- bers. This will make a coalition, ag- of the cabinet. The unfortunate error j of 397 or 398' the which resulted in the substance Of this coalition a majority of 124 report becoming public is not charged SamG ia'the to Secretary Dickinson, though that unannoanced returns official fully assumes the responsibil- urday's pollings were made ity ior it as the head Oi the depart-} day. They chan 'his game more efficiently than "his own press dirt In O'Brien's opinion the only pos- sible issue of the present embroglio be the resumption of the veto on. a broader basis. He MAY PURCHASE THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL Temperance Syndicate Negotiating With Mr. Murray A deal is pending by which the well known 'hostlery, the, Alexandra hotel will change hands. According to Murray, the; deal has' not yet been closed, but if, it does go through he ?V sSRS'j vux ..-srs, fc tesia-jr OPENING OF INQUEST AT BEJIEVUE MINES Miners and Operators have Lawyers on-'ice-President Stubbs and ir-ember Of the district executive, will be in constant attend- ance; With all parties so. well 'represent- ed there should be a-thorough.sifting -4-hn _ znent. The real blame is said to rest with General Leonard Wood, the chief e.. Th VVilton division of Wiltshire returne Charles. Bathurst, Unionist, with of staff, who is supposed to have giv- majority of 587; John A. 'McDonal( rert such sstn 'COULD NOT SPEAK ENGLISH Man Arrested: on a Vagrancy Charge to Break Open Cars John. Wuroieck appeared'at the no- Jice court 'this morning on a vs had been aroun'ii had repeatedly-been warned off c' P K property. "In. the early-hours -this constable watched him 'break the seals, off three stand- ing on the-team tracks. The first was a carload, of groceries, the second a carload of hardware. Neither of these suited the men's idea of a comfort- able place to sleep. The third car .However, turned out to be a load-of ''baled hay. and this was right in his mit Unfortunately, just as he was "hitting the making himself comfortable by means of a ho-se blan- ket he had in his possession, the con- stable climbed in and yanked Mm out again., At the police, court this morning Wuroieck could not speak a word of' English Mike Popsum, a Russian wno happened to be in court, said he Had seen the fellow loafing around for some weeks and had tried to speafc to Him He thought'he must be a Fin- lander and he (Popsum) could not speak that language. Police i and Sir John Eeiiry, Bethel, both Lib 'erals, were re-elected in'Falkirk Bbr oughs and Romford-division of Essex respectively with -majorities of 2031 and 326 London, Dec. comparative failure of ,the O'Brienites1, campaign against-Redmond is "a .'feature of-the" a'score of candidates but their strength in- the new'parliament has .not been, inereas- ed. O'Brien himself was a candidate constable stated' in three constituencies elect- !y one, Healy, his without a seat O'Brien. affected' ablest-, lieutenant, is In an; interview.. Mr no surprise .at--not doing better. He said that-the utmost had hoped for was 'the addition' of one or three new seats. "In my said Mr. O'Brien, "the success of the Redmonditesw is almost entirely -due to the attitude of the, .English Unionist'press which-daily referred to him as the dictator of Eng- was Liberal, one Unionist and "one In- as follows- dependent Nationalist is Liberals ___._________ Laborites............. .Nationalists Independent Nationalists Coalition Total Unionists, Opposition Government Majority .Govenrment majority "when, house dissolved before the was 122. London, Dec. results elections .held yesterday we're St. Au-i