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The Cordova Daily Times
Member of The Associated Press Yoi IV. \n. 23 CORDOVA, ALASKA, SATCRDAY, DECEMBER 28, I'.MS PRICE TEN CENTS IRISH REPUBLIC IS DECLARED IN DUBLIN LLOYD GEORGE RE-ELECTED TO HOUSE COMMONS BRITISH COALITION GOVERNMENT WINS INDORSEMENT AT POLLS ’ x v 7Zi!»r~ • ■ - - ■ —- -a LONDON. Dec. js (hy Associated Press).—All indications are that the coalition yovernmeiit of Lloyd (icorye have been re elected with overwhelminy majorities to the house ol com moils. Premier Llovd (leorye was re elected from ('aernarvoii. Wales. Former Premier Herbert Asquith, the Liberal leader, was defeated for the seat from Fife, Scotland. The first returns from the election, which was held Dee. 14, are beyinniny to come in. They show the defeat ol tin woman candidate for parliament, Mrs. ('arlotte Despard, sis ter of Viscount French, lord lieutenant of Ireland. She was defeated in tin- race for a seat in parliament by Richard Morris, a coalition Liberal. Tim election results thus far show the coalitionists have returned members and the non coalitionists 144. LONDON, Dec. -_’s (hy Associated Press). Beariny an al lied commission which inspected the Herman naval bases and airplane depots, under the terms of the armistice, the British battleship Hercules has returned home from a visit to many Herman ports. W hen the Hercules passed through the Kiel canal tin- H o' mans alony the canal saw the British flay for the first time in more than lour war- Man; tl iiuan women and children waved friendly salutes at the Lap. ROLLING STOCK AND EQUIPMENT ('()|>1 d.XX, I)••<■. '_!>■> (1 >\ Associated Press), Heiieral Per sliing has is>11ed rules for the guidance of the inhabitants of the regions occupied by the American forces. Heretofore the Americans have not interfered in local affairs. The new rules say the authorities must know the exact w hereabouts of every individual inhabitant. They are informed that they must not sell liquor to soldiers, and that a military court will punish any one attacking or impeding the Americans. Turning Over Railway Equipment PARIS, Dec. L's; (by Associated Press). The armistice conditions relative to the delivery of railroad rolling stock are being carried out satisfactorily by the Hermans. In a single day thirty live hundred cars and two hundred locomotives wore turned over to the allies. PARIS, Dec. ID (by Associated Press). One of the most prominent delegates to the peace conferences said today that the exchanges of the last tew days have resulted in an agree - mat on the principles of virtually all questions, including the reconciling of different viewpoints on the question of the free dom of t he seas. PremierClemeneeau has informed intimate friends that his conferences with Colonel House and President Wilson have re -idled in complete understanding. JAPANESE TROOPS TO WITHDRAW FROM SIBERIA HONOLULU. Dec. 28 (by Associ ated Press) A Japanese cable says the Japanese government has decided to withdraw its troops from Siberia. Dr. \V. II Chase, local health offi cer, will inoculate, free of charge, till ’.•>r'iO" llesMlI" to feeelv 'll In loo. 'ion of serum, ns a preventive against influenza Dr. W. W. Council, asslst itit health commissioner for the ter ritory, will also give free inoculations at the general hospital. PARLIAMENT OF IRISH NATION TO BE AT ONCE ESTABLISHED __ ' *•-* *> LONDON, Dec. 28 (by Associated Press).— Posters have appeared in every parish in Ireland today announcing that the Irish republic has en tered upon its existence, says the Daily Express. A central Sinn Fein council is to be established in Dublin almost immediately, which will call itself the Irish parliament. GERMANS WANT TO COPY OUR GOVERNMENT (iKXKV.W . I »• » i l)> Associated I '!■•■; * Ipoi \ * t roii. .’main imli i ati that the pr* '-< t:t government plans in constitute a federal republic mi virtually the sain* plan »is that ol‘ the l liit« d States The plan providing tor two chain hers of congress and a president to he elected in the people will not be reported before the congress provides ; tor tie abolition of tin- nobility NOISY WELCOME FOR SOLDIERS NK\\ YORK. Dec L’s t by Assoei ateu Press i New York’s harbor whistle chorus, which has screamed a noisy welcome to every transport returning with soldiers from abroad, has been ordered suspended as a menace to navigation by tin* captain of tb** port The spectacular water curtains shot up by the lire boats and the playing of hands tit the piers also have been prohibited. The noise wa- said to Interfere wit u tin* work of warping vessels into their dorks. * NKW VOltIC, Dec 2S (by Associated Press i Thousands of Armenians are destitute and starving throughout Persia, und hundreds of thousands oi dollars monthly are needed for them, according to cables received from rep resentatives of the American commis sion for Armenian and Syrian relief ♦ FREDDY FULTON WAS TOD FAST FOR LANGFORD SAX FltAXCISCO. I for 2S (by As sociated Press) Full or. won the de ! cision over Langford in a fourteen round boxing contest here last night Fulton's towering body dwarfed that of Langford. ♦ The steamship Northwestern will leave here tomorrow morning at 1* o’clock for Seattle. TROOPS BEING DEMOBILIZED VERY QUICKLY UA.MllMiToX. i,v, > (by Assn clahil Pressi (ieneral March, chb-l of staf of th*• army annoum d to,la» that more than eleven hundred thou sand American soldi* rs had been d**> ignated for demobilization since the armistice wa signed. II• • c\pecte i. he sail, that om hundred thousand more ivould he designated within a ♦ ENTERTAINS LONDON. Dee 2s (!)> Associated Presst. Forty American newspaper correspondents who are \isiting Lon don with President Wilson were en tertained at luncheon today by Lord Northcllffe at tin- Times office Lord North* lifle. in welcoming the guests, said ,th«*y would find absolutely no hostility to the Lniteil States her. Sliould tie re b m.o::ientar> instam•. of irritation, they would spee lih fade aw ay Differences about the coming pmne i-onf retie, s would disappear. Lord Nor?helif;• concluded, in the capable hands to which the\ had been e:i t» mi* j bv (Ireat Britain and tie I nifed States. ♦ INTER ALLIED EXPOSITION SUGGESTED FOR PARIS PARIS. !)or 2s i bs Associated Pre.-'Sj. Tii*’ iiiunicipal council is to ask the government to fake teps to ward the bidding of ;*n interallied colonial exposition here in 1920 or 1921. MAXIMALIST’AGITATION BRINGS O'JT CAVALRYMEN MONTKVIDKO. Dec. 2N I by Asso dated Dress). As a result of the Maximalist agitation, two cavalry regiments are encamped about the central railway station here, and sev eral other regiments are eneamped at the outskirts of the elty. SENATOR JONES MAKES JOURNEY IN BIPLANE WASHINGTON. Dec. 28 (by Asso ciated Press). -Senator Jones of Washington left today for New York In an army biplane, of which IJeut. Logg was the pilot. MUST BE CONCERT OF POWERS SAYS PRESIDENT AT GUILDHALL Id ).\1>(>X, Dec. I’s (by Associated Press). Speaking iti (lie historic Guildhall, before a eereinonious gathering of ling land’s most distinguished statesmen. President Wilson last night renflinned tlie principle that there must no longer be a “balance of power,” which might unsettle the world’s peace, but lie allirnied that tlm future must produce a concert of power to prevent disturbances. A spontaneous and lieartv reception was accorded tlm American President vv lmn lie made his appearance on tlm plat form at tlm Guildhall. President Wilson declared that dm allied and American soldiers bad louglit to abolish the old order and < staldisli a new order, dim old order, lie said, bail for its center the mi 'table tiling called “the balance of power.” deti rmined hv competitive interests, jealous watchfulness and antagonism of • nterests. lie said the nmn who louglit the wai wciv > i fee nations, w lio were determined that this s,>rl of i hiim Me mid ■ml now and forever. livery quarter and every sort of mind, eontinm If P ■•■lit. is now suggesting a concert of power to r« p I a ■ nice of power. Me said the concert of power must In ; -ingle, overwhelming, powerful group of nations whir si Al i th trustee of the world’s peace. British leader', Im aid. c h'liking along the same lines. Idle President said lie was happv he,-aim.• the ground had been cl'*nred and the foundation laid. “We already have in cepted the same basic principles,” lie said, “which have been clearly and definitely enough stated to make tImir application a matter which should alb-rd no fundamental difliciilt. The peoples of the World Want peace. Hot hv conquest of ami', but hv agreement of mind. ” Lloyd George Shows Unwonted Enthusiasm dim Mailv Mail 'uv~ that President \\ f-m and Id mi r Lloyd Gco|-"e held Ml • • Ip III <■ |} imeessfui eo|l I’el e|lee v <-r day. It says that Lloyd George was rarelv so ent h U'iast ic over the results of any conference as lie was on this occasion. King George Extends Felicitations today is President Wilson’s til’d hirthdav. King George was mi early visi t or at the President’s a pa rt nmn t s to w i Mi him manv happv returns of the day. Belgian Trip Postponed PAIv’IS, I tec. l’s Mu Associated Press). President W'l! son’s t rip to lb Igiiim, which is to include a v isit to Bill" I.- a - tlm gimst ol King Albert, probably will be deferred until soum t inm in .lanuary. 1*■'♦•iim1 nf fireworks will !>*• r«a<|uin‘d \11 regulations relating > * plat • mini, iridium ami palladium ami nm, pounds tin roof are revoked ami m* 1 i t lier lieens«- ol p 1 :i t i11u:i■. "idmtii and i1 ■ llmiiu in will be re<iu I red ♦ CORDOVA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT Following ah- He- mini. . ;,ml signments of members of the Co. •lova volunteer lire department Fhief 1). T Phillips. Assistant Chief C R Uevei Hose Company \o. l \\- j yp. Donal I. captain; C. 1'. yjj,.)., | sergeant; !i. Cottschalk: I. M l-aska, Jack Sapiro; Jack Itav. ,■ \\ diking. I-M ltiehmoml. Hose Company No •> | , , ,, lain, (ieorge Dooley, sorg ■.■m . Dinneeti. Chester Mellison. Kean, Hol.len. F Sullivan. Fred Fredric k-,.n Fred leaver. Hose Company No. 1 II Italian!, captain; Fred Schiller, sergeant; Hull Bollinger, lands Belter. II. A Slater. Frank Ripley. Tad Matson Raymond I loyt Chemical Company No 2 (ieorge Mosser, captain; F X Jones, set geant; Charles (lame. II. I O’Neill. I. Wain, V. tl. Vance. Chester Davies. John Nelson ♦ Subscribe for the Daily Times.