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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THT5 LETHimiDGE DAILY HR5UT.D MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 io German Throne Didn't Sven Pretend to Lead Armies; Burning After Girls Hts Chief He Wasn't a Bit Particular Till He Met Gabriefle. Tie Iov8 fairs of tha ex-crown prince oJ Ger- many nro remorselessly pilloried !n a book Just jiiibUahed in" Paris, entitled "At Qorman G. II. Q." which bat re- ceived in a strongly-worded preface tho eudorsora-at of if. Maurlco liar- res, one of the most of lirlns French writers. ItivaB at CharJevUle, a town In the ArdcBEOs, which had the ques- tionable honor of being his headquar- ters from March, 1917, until the collapse tbat Immediately preced- ed tho armistice that the most notorious of his c-iploits look place. It was there that he earned lie. tills of Geudrc Da M. Beurier." the soa-In-lnw of M. Bearler. that Individual a keeper of a house of s disreputable resort. Before he obtained that dlstaiction, however, he had mads ihe town stories of his doings. Sought Only the Girls Prom .tjio beginning of his so- journ Wilholni made no pretense of holDC the !cadcr-of his nnnles.' The only conquests' he sought irero tho.-e of feminine aiicctionB he uot faalSdioas. Ho freqaent- ed Friuture. a rosdalde inn on the outskirts of the town, of au- euTiable repute. He made the rounds of ihe lowest czbarois and he roiuc curious acquatatances in the streets. Scarcely any person irss of too unsoTory a reputation to recefra passing One of die women whose name "was listed with was well known for her relations with officers and orderlies of his staff. La'Frletnre was a morfl attractive headquarters to him than the o8ka Khere hla Staff performed their fane- ho .ratdO' tho acqualn- tence'of a. certain' Mad am e Claudot who became a sort of chief of staff Tor hloj ih his campaign of gallan- among hsr func- WopS'Kas the STiperrUlon of the ha especially prepared !or tbe.reception of women visitors, tor he saranlc from receiving them >t his official residence, the Villa Renaudin. This Inn was in the p-ounds of U; Fftlle, aad from the farm a spe- cial Tas laid to bis second house. The path, became known to ttu toini by a name elsewhere made traffic and carious. Le Chemln Das Damei. Wlheloi 4M not restrict him' asff U> this house and soiue ef hi- ex- perience? felitiwliere in early da.ts were unhappy. Wvrisre't The Dr. TVeiel, prlrate phyjlciau to the Kaiser, had become attached to c jlfl In the neighborhood en whom WUhelm wai mored to thrust Mi at' j tentlons. He ancounced his Inton- lion to Tliit her, tiiiead of the Elrl, tho doctor birr- There was a stormy end it ereo reported tint tho pair came to Mowi IQ any casa so much noise was ffisde' about the affair tint the kr.Uer hearil of it. The doclor wai sent to froal {or tiro months and "vviiheim ordered back to Germany to slay with his wife twenty days. His carser as a rover In tbs! tovn cor.tlmcd unlit in 1917, hs the slrl who was des-j tiaed to cast rivals in the Beurier, daughter of the diridosl already His first meeting with her vas characteristic. By tho Intermediary of Mms. Claudot. tho courtship. For IS rueasajes cftiuo for the] girl f enerally, says the author, Wllheltu behaved lllte an school boy. AppareQtlr tho girl did' nat return this paeado affection until la impatience, he menaced her with rc-movsl to a camp In Germany. Finally the' girl was installed in at small house, in tho town and thenjce-1 forward, TVilhalm neglected all of his other friends for hsr. a Sorry End Tho infetifctlon lasted niAny' months; in fact the abrupt end that came later to thalr relations, was far from, his ceelcing.. To hiraj lehe was "ia to her he was Grind." The town called them: turtle He spared no pains to mate the sordid HyU endure. The little .country housB near his residence was luxuriously] furnishes up for her. Aa artist paint- ed her portrait. Ha himself delighted to pholcsraph her in coquettish dU-' habille. If he could only remain tn France after the peace was signed. he useil to stsh for; he professed' to hava no Illusions es to the pros- i pects of the war. The Germans were beaten and well beaten, ho said, and he never.-would be emperor "of "Ger- many. His oxample had caused-the''Ger- man Eoldlers in the town tb.'behaye with even srealer grossncss tfiiti fore and there were EO many scaadal- I ous incidents that the i kaiser was drawn to his son's affairs 'and it iras decided that Cabrletla; shonld remored. The pretext was that the girl was nupectsft of n'py- Ing, A copy of plan of operation: for offensive of July.-1318, was miss- Ing and she was alleged to have tak- en IL She all? was accused o! having communicated with two-French air- fflWEMS. THOS. BRADSHAW His Recital of Glorious Deeds of Dominion Arm.v Creates Friendship for Can. NEW YORK, Aprn epesch delitered by Genera! Sir Arthur Cur- riet coiomaader of the Canadian corps on the western front, and now tor-seseral of the Canadian military forces, appears to have left a deep impression here. General Curve's rerilal of the- of Canada's flghtfne men was heard rinance Commi.-sioMr of Toronto. by gaiiiorinK of members vrhom it is rumored Is to undertake of tj.e car.adisn Club and their friends btg Government finance undertaklBjs lhut has !o bear any speak- st Oitwa. er during the past year. Tho ble ball- room of (ho DHtmoro hotel was crowd- ed, many Anioru-acs lieing present as of of tho club. "1 never before n-altied eiten1. of (.'aiisda's sacrifice in the cause of said one rAmerlcan guest afterwards. "The forceful way In which General Currio of the ivoiKlevtul'Kork of tbo Canadian corps made a deep itaprcsstoii uppn me." General Carrie's speeclt really was a simple, straightftffivard tribute to the Canadian soldier. He told of men In the ranks, of their suffeVJns and their heroic qualities of self-sacrl- flnd service, lie put fonvard no claims for the higher officers, said little or nothing ot himself or of the others who had directed the battles. racn. who bad been forced to descend nt-nr the town.- But It Had to Come Wllhelth protested vigorously and plficed sentries to guard her :'.nd it was reported "that s.tairs his doctor who he suppossJ lo be in league against her, but at last he to the separation. Tbe girl wets'taken away by motor car July 3S, internea for throo weeXs. at Liiie, and.then transferred to a chat- eau In Belgium.' Wilhelm was incor.- Eplable, and it was roportad that he to pay flying visits fo her b? away In Oisjuls plan (ell through. liad, hcnveveT, one brio! pricve for the'glrt; during her !u.' Tho Canadian Tommy was Ihesub- tornment at she was permitted oi address, am! ho kept his to reutrn for tiro days to him. Keyed .lo.a high pitch of m- was their last meeting but II was .a! tno aAlovo- by no means the ond of their ?e- men la the ranks- i.ft... ii'llbelm found somo la- lle story alter storjr of m' Iblo- "wcully in rSS- To wiicl1 corse under his per, her tie allofnce el o.COO a mmib llttlo bh. of hero- he had nrbmlstd her 'lsm anvthlng which _ A. "U el. I Tif.c hfidn ftr naoh waa nas Eail1 and each waa r DISORDERS IN CROATIA. to..thc- an'd- nude JiSer '.'my .So, j where she lay "hidden' unoer an sumed name until XoTcmbei-, 1D19.J VIENNA, April conflict! NOTT she is back home oFsistine: in j between troops and peasants in Croat-! the administration of her rafter's, la arising out of tha refusal ot Ger- eslebiisbmeni and, says tlis catlior. I man-Hungarian peasants to respond to welcoming pollus with the tama the call to the are reported in I smile sho'reserTed for his fallen Agrain, JuEO-Slorakls. dispatches, ac-! cording toi which.the iroops were at-' tacteil bdilles of farmers armed witli-nies ahd', scylhesJ Sonio hundreds are said to' have been killed, highness. Is It NourishiM? question every ful housewife asks in making chit tier iobd list provides the entire nutrition of the food and barley. It is a wonderful builder of body, brain and nerves, comes ready to serve, is delicicms and economical t Supremely Nourishing There's a Reason9 Made by Canadian Ibstum Cereal Windsor, Ontario, wliile many olSore-'we'fc vroiinded; The disorder Is wideaprcad anfl there have been wholesale- arrests ot the mutin- eers. BELIEVES PEACE TREATIES ARE ONL9 TEMPORARY EUDAPK3T; April Albert Apponyi, returninK here frooi Paris lo'dRy for a coaferenco with Admiral Horthey, Hungarian regent; and leaders, declared flut'peace'-treaties between the allies and tho Central em- pires were only temporary in natare'. 'My Impression is." ho said, "that no alHed statesmen sincerely belhvo tho of Hungary to be becier than it yrss a month ago.? MONTREAL SHOOTING AFFRAY IIOXTKEAL, April Lan-' -c.J Lsaiio, 2S, were here I'irt -.i'zti' In r. cffray, 'tv.-o ol'jcni nrc beliiK aoujbt by the p'ollc'e." Both victim-; taken to a lioapttQl, where it was later reported that ihb'condition of _ neither was critical. The trouble was i caused by an orirumenl over a watcli. G. T. R. EARNINGS April earn- ings of the Grand Trunk Railway sys- tem from March 21 to 31 were 115, asaliist last year for tho: fiamo week, or aa advance of FIGHTING IN AMOY AMOT. Clilna, April hun- dred soldiers wcro killed and many wounded iu a mutiny of the troopa In Antiui province, according advices received here. Ttio fighting Is con- tinuing and the InhabiUnti fleeing in terror, the 'llspatcLes add. ELEVATOR AT BAWLF BURNS CALOAIir, April Quaker Oats elevator at Hawlf, Alta., has boon destroyed by. fire, according lo a mos- sags rocelverl in Calgary Saturday. It is that bushola of oaln, uo-d at have been destroyed. WOMAN SUICIDES VANCOUVER, B. 0., April a gash tn her throat, and a Hood- Blalned razor by her sldo, Jlre. Vf, B, Untro was found dead In her homo horfi today. Hhe harl been In poor health for somii time. An inquest T.ill he held. IN A HURRY The maid having failed to appear lo take. Tommln homo from klndergnr- tun, toaoher thought it a good op- portunity for hltn to learn seK-rell ance, "Now, Tommic, you know Ood Is always with you, and you must think yon. bavo hold of Ills' hand." 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