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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta OMENCEAU FAVORS WroilCY OF BALANCE OF POWER Germany Says Each Nation To Bear Own War Costs e gate. who sloned Hie armistice on conditions that there shojld be mtric ,lo Indemnities, according to Mathlas Erzberger, speaklno here '0lUWSr dances and war costs, he said, must be borne by each nation it.elf, unless "xpreuly mentioned in the notes ware Germany beinB obliged to Indemnify Ir. nnllco court on demobilization, In lhe chamber of Lloyd and Mr. lialfour. on he- his wife deputies today. It is expected lint all halt ot the British nation. As a re 'anil or preceding conferences between Dec. Uu.- the Hull Saturday Antoinc IMS and second wife, Mies C. 1'arouin, I'dsoncrs will be repatriated v.illiin a were each sentenced to three months month. in Jill, without tho oplion of a line. A. Pichctte, who pleaded guilty laking prrl in a bigamous marriage with MM. I-aurine, thi got off with a fine, which he paid, and the father of the very much marrleil may be said at once, however, that the" dominions havo made it perfecl Asiiu'itliians may re-unite under Prem- ier Woyil flcorse. ]y plain that they hills to presonl Q, candidates who to Germany for payment, as well rs members of the last house, 55 lhe mother cmlr.try and the power- associated with Liberals. 25 Xnlionalists, H Lahoriies. nine Coalition Liberals, nine (.'oalilion Uiilonls'ts and fix Imlcpen Caught on the Fly was live cojncil 01 uie Aiuencan rcncrti.. for trosl to got on me jou FldcrflOle nctau 1110 esssniiai icaiuies tion ot Labor at a special session here' fended sentence ,his VIMlr hc-3 hcrc al ,asl lhe ot the pMce settlement which is ae- cm, hart to rav or 5-j.. ........sired by the British nation. The outline given by the Times of iiiesc terms U accepted as in tbc main Saturday rsjected a proposal calling for the formation national politi- cal labor party, hut voted lo send delegates to toe International laVior conference to bo held at Versailles ccit moatn. THE WEATHER Hioh Low and cold. while his son had to pay a fir.o of J25. TRANSPORT StRANDED LONDON, Dec. Ameri- can transport Tenadores, which left New York for Brest on De- cember 18, was stranded on tho rocks near the Itle d'Yeu, In the Bay of Biscay, on Saturday, Ad- vices state that those on board are being rescued. tho rei'Tescntalives of th> British do- minions the British case in its broad outlines, as it is to he submitted to the allied peace conference, hail been defined, and it was tb'i? possible for the British prime minister and the -------------------------------------------torclen minister to submit to Trcsi- "THK liiul to a long Wilson wilh frankness and on- ,_ .jjC cidcrflble detail tho essential features ,............----___... the nt the joys of realization will be ?.ll the cr because ot the long Secretary Clark ot the Curling Club. Work It one thins Lcth- lirifige will hare lo piy more attention Real Ditference> Tliese-couversations, In which the ,ients. Only the followine remain of of Internalional iiolicy the Nationalists: J. Devlin. T. f. was'KOns oveK rovealed no fundanicn- O'Connor, t'art. Ucdmilnd. P. dittercnceS of viewpoint. Upon p. O'Uoherly, K. S. Kelly. J- wbal is the heart of the problem cf and T. Harbison., For the mne securing a prnnanent and just ucifast seats, six L'nionlsU, two Lab- Ihc c.lllink into, icing or a league o: or and one Nulionallst were nations, tliero fo complete an reiurncd. Thn Vlsler constituencies agreement in principle that this irllly reiiirned 2H I'nionislF, eight Sinn of sentimenl became the clilet tlicuu fcincrs nnd seven Nationalists. correct. British Case "The British case is sirens in o! President Wilson's subsequent! speeches. At Ihe-Guildhall on Saiur-l day he declared -bis happiness thai lhe practical leading minds of Itie world hr.d accepted Ihq same princi- ples and cleared Ihe ground tor the foundations >hc new International T, the anco of lo in fiilnre. and In tliis connection the assertion ot the traditional Ilritish address of Leslie i'ideeon ot Winnipeg: view of maritime law." says the paper, hero on Jan. Oth should be heard by Is cn.ually strong In Its determina- every man and v.-nman in (he cily who tion to secure the incorporation ot ia TJaalim at, a league of the Intel-nation- today's Uolary luncheon. Jal liv "Ot lhe futurd. It mafccs few CEN GOURAUD HONORED Dec. who commanded the French army lu the Chanipr.gnc section In the final daya o! the war, has been'awarded tho Grand Cross of the Legion of Hoaor. FRENCH ARE PLEASED ance oi'iiuiiei- oijn PARIS, Dec. results' of the substitution for it of "a single over- j Ilritish elections afford 'the greatest or-ler be (jr-i'ined as f.i a theory ut a bal- ,cd the new as the whclmingly powerful group of nations who shall be Ihe trustee o! the peace ot tho world." Statements so emphatic in their pleasure lo the French press, except the Socialist section. "H is the mot fortunate event since the signiu? o the armistice." says the Temp.s "Po- -------------hiliral courage, likn that of tile mill ON PAGE j Isrv, has been recompensed.." dent of the board ol trade; Charles i'. Master-man, former chancellor ot the: duchy of Lancaster, have also been de- feated. John Dillon, tue nationalist was defealed by E. De-Valera. Sinn Veiner. for East Mayo, by a majority __ of over 4000. Find Seat For Asqulth LONDON. Dec. ivirc- less Premier Lloyd George ?nd the Coalition government won. .a more sweeping victory In the gen- eral election than had been eipected.. Not only was H. H. Asqulth, .for- mer premier, defeated, hut bis personal. following In Ihe house of coninlou.1 has been reduced to 37. belioyed that a new seat will be found for by one of bis followers who will; re- sign his seat In favor ot the Liberal leader. In the defeat ot Reginald McKenna, Walter Runciman, Sir John Simon, Icrberl Samuel and. Thomas McKia- lon Wood, tho front of the opposition bench Is deprived of all Its principal occupants. There havo been jugges- lions that Mr. Asqnlth might retlro 'rom politics as a result ot his defeat, mil this view is not encouraged personal friends. Should he retire, tiowever, he. probably would suc- ceeded In the Liberal leadership by Mr. McKenns or Sir John Simon. Barnes Elected Geo. N. Barnes, minister.of labor, baa been elected over Bol-_ in Glasgow, by a large major- ity. Sir Hamar Greenwood, Canad- ian, been ;