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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME ALBEBl DECEMBER 191S COAlinON EATED KIEL CANAL British Warship With Allied Commission Inspects Ships in German eral Orders Wire teM an allied com mission which Inspected Oermai naval baiM and airship and seaplane etatloos under the terms of the ar the British battleship Her rules has returned to her home port During a trip fraught with peril many Ovrman ports were vlflted and pre llmlnary arrangements Tor the aur of German warships wen 4 dramatic episode of the voyag pamafe ot the Kiel canu OB December accompanied by the jkntish destroyers Verdun and Vice The Hercules gave the German the bank of the canal the flrif sight of the British flag sine whin British cruisers Germans who watch ed the imps for the most Indifferently but not Infre quently woman ana children wared their not the nightest response from i Discipline Low Discipline on hosrd the German warships is very according to officers of tha They on the first enemy ships that the sailors were lounging about and the in bad condition j a result of This was In direct violation of tlje terms of the and drastic action wag taken by the Inspecting He CONTINUED ON PAOB 0 LloydGeorges Sleeps Country Pacifists Defeated Sinn Feiners Win Many Seats in the South of Ireland ARE TURNING OVER LOCOMOTIVES NOW eon dltlons relative to tha dsllverf or railway rolling stocks ars being carried out satisfactorily between the Germans fn a alngle day ears and 203 locomotive were turned over to the BEA PACIFIST IS DEFEATED PHILIP SNOWDEN who hat suffered loalition Has 274 Seats Out of 353 So Far Announced Former Premier Asquith Morden George Has Huge Majority in His Home Simon All Down to Woman Elected GREAT LEADER WINS EBERTGOVTJll NOT BE ABLE TO SIR JOHN 3IMON Formsr who has been RAMSAY MCDONALD BEATEN Press dispatch from election totals at 4 oclock this afternoon stood as follows 396 Ramsay the overwhelmingly de feated by the CoalitionLcborite CHRI3TOBEL PANKHUR8T BEAfEN Christobel Partkhurst was ExMlnisters defeated include Herbert rtenry Hobhouse and Whip AN EARLIER REPORT LONDON indications at three oclock this afternoon were that Premier Lloyd George and government would have an overwhelming majority in the new house of commons Of the 353 whose elections had been announced so no fewer than 274 support the The new house will have for Of the members already 198 are Coalition and 76 are Coalition The Independent Unionists have elected eight members and the Asquithlan Liberals only Labor has 35 the Irish Nationalists the Sinn Felnert 26 and there are four ASQUITH DEFEATED fornWpremier and leader of the Liberal has been defeated lotfMm seat in the house of commons in the east division of LLOYD GEORGES MAJORITY LONDON Lloyd premierand leader of the Coalition has been reelected to his parliament from allThe who stood as a Coalition received votes to for Austin son of Frederick the Harrison was an Independent Poles Want Passage Through German Lines to Combat Bolshevist Troops ital of it threatened by PREMIER LLOYDGEORGE Whose Coalition Government will have a huge majority in next ASQUITH GOES DOWN the continues to deny the existence of a develop ments appear to be rapidly ap proaehlng the point where the EbartHaaaa cabinet will no longer bs able to assert Its au The Berlin newspapers reflect pervading all The Voaalsahe for says that the six men who sign for the government lire no longer the government and It calls upon the nawlyoraat ed csntral council of soldlsre and workmen to responsi The Tageblatt declares it would lie to pin hopes to the national as aarably as a constituent The Lokal Ansalger believes that the crux I to be found In the strug gle between the Independent Social and tha Spartacus group for con dayligli today there has been honsetohouso fiKhtlng botweea oppOsinB Ilitilsliin forces in a French which landed from haa taken The aided by i volunteer Russian had been en ww abled to aitend the French zone on In order to preTtnt tha meeting tue waterfront to over onethird of of the national It tlie including business sue to the probability of a repetition of of opposing Russians the erents of with the result are hidden ty houses from which Ihat the Radicals might form a new they Veep upa continuous fusilatle The extentOf this casualties or the exact sUuatlon throughout the city 13 government dominated by tieorge Ledebour and Karl Die the organ of tha In dependent declares that the vosttlon of the cabinet IB critical and Ihat It Is not likely to survive In Its present The Tagllsche Rtmdi hau says It Is highly uncertain if Wbert and Scheldemann will ba able to SUM the situation for OWN NEGLIGENCE cor miers Jury yesterday afternoon tie that Joseph who shot ut Minto last nisi death through his own Jsmes who fired the was freed from all Wulker IB ntlll held pending tlie decision of the Cam Sir Eric 1iKat lord of the defeated the by to Sir Albert president of the boarc of was reelected for He re ceived for candidate of the Na tional Federation of Discharged Soldiers and Countess Elected Markievicn was cd in th3 Patrick division of The countess was a Sinn Peiner and a prominent figure in tho Joseph was elected over DP Valerie in KalU divisions of De Valerie was one of tho heads of the Sinn Feat movement and is at present in He was elected in East Clare and was also nominated in Down Ben Tillet Wins Renters Ben the noted Labor was elected for North Sal Snowden Defeated At Philip Laborite and was de The result there was Sir llonry Coalition Coali tion and Philip Blackburn 1ms two Henderson Defeated Hen hinder f the Hritlsh Labor and former member the war has been de feated for reelection to parlia ment from tho south district of The was Coalition Frank i Early Results oilock the election returns thow ed this result Coalition Inlon 127 Coalition 66 5 li Irigh 1 Sinn and one Suffragist Defeated the Rus holm district of LIVING IN MONS is higher thun Pethwlck a leadiiiR sutfra it is even In In a letter from was the result there Tom whvln with the Cist he uulng Coalition Union said that 11 calte of Feum soap cost six A battalion of infantry occu pied Mannheim by order of Mar shal Foch in to watch prison camp near where allied prisoners await lib according to the Badische Landea The paper adds that this stop wai taken because of the bad treatment of the pris several of whom were FRENlMElRI INODESSABATTLE ion returns received today show the efeatuot a woman niarlotte sister of lord lieutenant of She as defeated in North Battersea by tichard Coalition Jorrls received votes and wlio was a Labor Preui er Asqnith was defeated by Sir Alexander a Scottish laird and vho has served four years with the iritish army in On two prev ous Sir Alexander had been defeated by The rote was Sir Alexander Cn Women Failed Viola Carrnthers sister of the Wilson Delivers Great Ad dress in Guildhall Rings True With Tone of Peoples i day In the historic OtfMhall at advance of ceremonious gathering of Great Brit ui Ing to a Warsaw dispatch to the Mall under date ot The Polish chief of staff lias demanded of the German Generals Hoffman and Falken ains most distinguished statesmen President Wilson reaffirmed his prin clpte that there must nolonger be balance of power which might un i nettle the peace of the but that liayn free passage the future must produce a concert of trains over lUies now in German hands from the Polish frontier to Tho LI tO fclllUl V power which would preserve it FORMER PREMIER ASQUITH Special cable to the failed Mail and important In her attempt to gain the seat for the practical result Mansfield division of for1 from the visit ot the Spauish and t merly held by her The re sult was William f CONTINUED ON PACK 8 PRESJISONSSTRONG FAITH IN PROVIDENCE Count Romanones and the conversa tions he has had hero is tho placing of the 455000 tons of mercantile Ger man tonnage interned in Spanish ports at the disposal of the allies in their efforts to revtctual not only their but their Tho question of utilizing this ton nage already lias proved fatal to the political life of the predecessors of Count so powerful was the proGerman sentiment encountered in but proGermanisni is no longer popular in Caught on the Fly Wilson today received a large delegation from the National Council of the Evangelical Free In addressing the delegation the president said I am very much and might by this beau tiful address that you have just and it Is very delightful to feel the comradeship of spirit which is indicated by a gathering like are quite right in saying that I do recognize the sanction of religion In these times of per plexity with so large to settle that no man can feel that his mind can I think one would go craxy if he did not bslisve In It would be maze without a Unless there were some supreme evidence we would de spair of the results of human coun 1 ruui iiir i Germans are also asked to Promote tlie rejoining of the Polish and Lith uanian railways which were cut by the If the German reply is the Polos will begin a march Into Lith for they are determined not to allow the Bolshevik to captuwi Vllna without an attempt prevent The Poles have telegraphed the ing them to send officers to rfccom panv tbe A later dispatch from Warsaw to the Mail says the Poles have to the request of the generals for a delay 24 difficulty of communicating KINGS GIFTS TO THE PRESIDENT AND PARTY Wilson celebrated his 62nd by a round of Officia ac King for a blrtn day presented the president with a magnificent set of books and at the same time gave gifts to every member of the president s official The women of the natty received brooches and the men stick set with diamonds forming the letters WILSONS TRIP TO BELGIUM Wil sons trip to to a visit to as the guest of King probably will be deferred to the end of it developed CONSIDER MOONEY CASE SAN The labor congress to be held m Chicago January 14 for consider ation of the Thomas J Mooney case will confine its action to the main and there will be no consideration of labor pollc ss that do not deal directly with Mooney and other defendants In the San Francisco Preparedness Day This was empha sized today in a statement by Ed ward Noland secretary of the San Francisco branch of the In ternational Workers Defence The presidents Oulldhall was so reception at the spontaneous and Proclaim an Irish Republic while a box of shoe dressing costs two la This was utter the armistice wont into NO SPECIAL CHRISTMAS rates given thia year und railway travel was lighter thin Christmas sea son thuu I have ever ticket In the Unmtford and Chiswiclc dis tricts of v Oliver Htrachey was The result there was Grunt u Canadian und Coalition Woman Defeated first u lee DENIAL OF REPORTS ABOUT VATICAN Osserva tore the organ of the prints an emphatic den ial of statements that have appear ed In the Italian newspapers con cerning tns formation of a Catholic Italy and re ports that Pope Benedict was to leave the r Ital ud by but place to Utmost Harmony Prevails A Happy Augury of Future minnM conference between PrMident cordially assured all the statesmen with whpm of the tude of himself and his colleagues over tha Thursday at Deter during the journey to London and in this hearty that it carried an unmistake ble note of friendship and admira When he erosa to speak there was a prolonged outbawt of applause v and cheering and his talk was fre quently punctuated by At the conclusion of his address the au dience rose with accord and 1 and It kept up tha applause andcheering as passed The prwsldanj raiftlved a notable Vlafttt his ot poljlta that gdtre applause his Be armies of the aavoctatM govern ments and hie declaration that people throughout the world want peace and want It toy but by agreement of The distinguished government anil other officials received by the lord mayor before the presidents included Premier Lloyd Field Marshal Sir Douglas Foreign Secretary former Premier An drew Honor chancellor of tlie and the ambassadors the principal allied After President Wilsons arrival all were grouped on the lord mayors and Prasldwt Wilson iri his next to the Duka of In the course of his speech the president declared tha soldiers had fought to do away with the old order and establish a Tha old he had tor its centre the unstable caltod tbe balance of determined1 by competitive jealous watchfulness and an antagonism ot The men who have fought the said the have been men of free who were deter mined that this sort ot thing should go now and Vj A suggestion for a concert ot pow ers to replace the balance of power was now coming from every sort ofi The concert to the president must not be balance ot power or one nowar of the group of nations set off against but a powerful group of nations which shall be the trustees of the The minds of the leaders of British he the president were moving along I In the same lines as his and their thought has been that the key to peace is the guarantee of it and not the items of The items of he would be worthless unless a concert of power stood to back i them No such potent union of purposa has ever been seen in the world lf the president as that which now demands a concert ot 1 I am particularly happy that the ground has been cleared and tlie foundations continued the preu because we have already ac cepted the same These principles are clearly and iuitely enunciated to make their ap plication a matter which should afford no fundamental The peoples of the the president want peace ami want it not merely by the con quest of but by agreement of Such an the president characterized aa this may 1 not final enterprise ot 1 There had been just a hint that tha presidents address would be the key 110 the conferences he has been koW liiK witb British statesmen and the address as it wan today was interpreted in confirming the pravimu that those conJereacati vwy satisfactory fioui tbe if ;