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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTHDUIDGE, ALBERTA, SATU y m.. Lloyd-George's Govt. Sleeps Country; Pacifists Defeated; Sirin Feiners Win flany Seats in the_South of Jreland British Warship With Allied Commission Inspects Ships -in German Harbors Sev eral Orders Issued. LONDON. (British Wire USB Bearing an allied com million wbtoh Inspected Gerraa natal and llrahlp and. leaplin sUtioni under the terms of the a roirtlca, the' British battleship He u'ules returned lo her home per During a trip 'fraught tori] ma: German pertR: -wore Tlgltefl and pr llmlnary arrangements for the BU reader.vot :0erman wanhlpa we 'A 'dramatic epleoilo of the voya the papaage ot the Kiel canal 18, accompanied by the Hfjuth destroyers Verdun and Vice- fave the- -of. the canal lueir Brltlih Hag since 1914i' British trailers j Gerinins ivho ivatch- for; Ihe most: carious, but; notf --fted AUK TURNING OVER LOCOMOTIVES NOW PARIS, Dec. con- ditions relative to delivery of railway rolling ilockt being carried out latitfictorlly between the Qorinanj. In a itngle day cars and 200 locomotives were turned over to the PACIFIST IS DEFEATED oalition Has 274 Seats Out of 353 So Fa, Announced--] GREAT LEADER WINS Former Premier Asquith Morcien George Has Huge Majority in His Home All Down' to Woman ElectdjYjet. PHILIP SNOWDEN Pacifist, who has suffered defeat. steimersT1' TheVe" Itie BlUhtost reaponse' from 'iY.lf1'1 4' f-'f-f-ffk.'- h'Mrd Aoj Germali warships low, (iccOnlloB to officers 'ot lis'Heroulea. lotmfl, on Ibe 'ships boarded, -that 'too sailors' were lounging about 'sMpa'.Wcre in bad cafiditlon reEult-ot noglect. this was In rtlrect' violation of ilie terms o! the armistice, and drastic action was taken by'the -InBpflCtlnB officers. He Former PostmasleriGe'rieral, who lias RAMSAY MCDONALD BEATEN 'LONDON, Dec. Press dispatch from election totals at 4 o'clock this afternoon stood as follows: Coalitionists, 396; non-Coalitlonists, 144. Ramsay McDonald, the Soelalisl-Laborlte, wat- overwhelmingly de- feated by the Coalltlon-LcborUe candidate. CHRISTOBEL PANKHURST BEATEN LONDON, Dec. Chriilohel PaAkhurst was defeated. Ex.Ministers defeated Include Herbert Samuel, Henry Hobhouse anil Whip Gulland. AN EARLIER REPORT LONDON Dec indications at three o'clock this afternoon were that Lloyd George and .his government would have an overwhelming majority in the new house of Of the 353 members, whose.elections had beenjannounced to far, no fewer than 274 support the government. The new-house will have 707 rremfaers. Of the members already; elected, 19B are Coalition Unlom.ts and V6 are Coalition Liberals. The Independent Unionists have elected eiaht members and the Asqulthian Liberajs has 3o members, the Irish Nationalists one, Felners 2o and there are four Independents. ASQUITH DEFEATED LONDON, Dec: H. Asquith; former [premier and leader of the Liberal party, has been .defeated fori'his seal in the' house of commons In the east division of Fife, Scotland. v LLOYD GEORGE'S MAJORITY LONDON Dec. Lloyd oM.he., Coalition-government, has been re-elected" to his.seiCliv parliament from Carnavon, Waldo. The premier, who stood as a Coalition Liberal, rsceived votes to for Austin Harrison, son of Frederick Harrison, the writer. Mr. Harrison was an Independent Whose Coalition Government will have a huge majority In next parliament. Poles Want Passage Through German Lines fo Combat Bolshevist Troops LONDON, Dec. threap Ital of Lithuania, is threatened by an advance ot Bolshevist troops, accord- Ing lo a Warsaw dispatch to the Mall Wilson Delivers Great' dress in Rings True With Tone of People's Wishes. 'i .t I Bin's 'moit dhrtlngutahed statesmen. President Wilson reaffirmed his prin- undcr .late of Thursday. The Polish mujtnoildngor o4 chief of staff has demanded of the 0[ Oerman Generals Hoffman and Fatten- j peaca.ot the tut lhat hayn tree passage Mor Polish troop muft prolluco ,-concert oV trains over Urea now In Oeraanimnas d -e8erre it. from the Polish frontier to Vllna. Thu Germans are also asHeii to promote the rejoining ot the Polish and Lith- uanian railways which were cut by the Germans. lithe German reply is unfavorable. Dec. 38. day in the historic iremoolous The president's reception at. the Guildhall was so .and. hearty 'that It'carries an unmistake-, tie note ol frleadltip and >clniira-- lion. Wien s'peak there I[ the Poles will begin a march Into was a prolonged outburst of appyl__- and cheering- and his talk fie-- quently punctuated by applause.- At ASQUITH GOES DOWN ,''LONDOX, Dec. Cam-', bridge. Sir Eric Gcrtto, lord of the admiralty. Coajftirfn Ion1 return! ZURICH, Dec. A battalion, of infintry pied Mannheim by order of Mar- thai Fcch in order.to watch the prison camp near, there, where allied prisoner! lifi- eratlon, according to the fladische Landes Zeitung. The paper adds that thti itep was taken because the bad treatment of the pris- oners, several .of whom were murdered. received, touay the nan''candidate; Mrs. BERLIN, the government continues to deny the of a crisis, develop- ments' appear' to be npldly ap- prpiehlna the point where the cabinet will no bo peace iii the guarantee'ot it find not the items of it. The Items of it, he added, would ba worthless ualess a 'Concert :ot power stood to. .back (them up. No such, potent union of. lias ever been seen in the world i lore, the president said, as i now demands "a" concert of power. "1 am parlicularly happy that the ground has been cleared and the. foundations continued the prei-.. Idenl, "because TO have already ac- cepted the same body., principles. These principles are clearly and def- initely enunciated to make their.-ap- plication a' matter which should afford difflcUHies. the ___ :e ami lerely by the con- by agreement of an achievement, characterized as may. 1 not say, final enterprise of hui.ianity. there had been just a'hint Ihat tho III, vvmcn saya um> AMC Jst "with the auaury !president's sddress Thursday OoverUdufing the journey to London ar.a in this city.. p to the conferences he has been hold- ing with British statesmen and the address as it was delivered today was Interpreted in. American .quarters as confirmins the previous intimations that Ihcse conferences htdibeen very satisfactory the wrinl cf view. ;