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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913 THE LRTHBHIDOR DAILY HERAI t) PAGE FIVE -j------------- Ludendor.. Had the Nerves HOAltl) W CONCILIATION FOR WINNII'KG DlSl'UTK His Hush For Fcut'f, So Intel' lirctcU by Prince Maximilian Hook Kevelations f IlKltUN'. Aug. "white book" published' at Weimar- cm Thursday contains al! tho documents relating to lhe period Trom Aug. 13 to Nov. 11. One ot the most important negotiat- made. loin dealt with by the while book Is I _ H.: at' the. war could uas and the military verdict must be adhered to because 11 the situation should be made worso by President Wilson's an- swer, the would seek tu dodgo responsibility. Trinco Maximilian inquired of null- larv headquarters if they were aware thai peace action under the pressure ot urlilary distress would mean Ilia nf the German colonies, Alsace- OTTAWA. AUE- minister ol labor lias created a board of concilia- it liuu lo deal with Uio dispute between tlio Wiiiniliee SI reel liu'lway Com- pany and its molormen and conduc- tors. Hon. Justice iMuibere ha-i been appointed chairman. J, T. llalK rcprcsi-m the company, and It. S. Ward Hie employees. 1'revloui lo the strike In Winnipeg, a huaid was con- stituted by tbe miiiisttr lo deal with this dispute on an application from is on a lavish scale, ami some striking scenes are promised. -rue Delicious l.mie Dev.r u ad- vertised by Universal a- Hie sveatest Mae Murray lilrture of its scriw It tells of the adventures of a etrl in the tenements, with n natural talent .for dancing and HARVEY'S GREATER MINSTRELS SCORE HIT AT THE MAJESTIC i An audience that liUVd the mail Tills will Indicate to-you that I is -i bic. treat In store tor nillions of mlinirws. Wlillc "Todd of I'lie Times" does contain such iproarlous comedy as "More ,ud .Mr.' Kcenan plays a totally m remit kind or character, al tin- sanm, time there is aomo ot n-sem- blauce, ana "Toild" will certainly be welcomed as a retreshiim change Iron) i llie heavy irraliiallc features in which Mr Keen'an has recently K'C-li btanvd.'. -Todd of Tbe Times" will shown j at Slarland Monday and Tuesday. j 'pin on.hmed be- t board !s cun. Ceased it, but i'trtuVwUm ili'rapp'li'cul'li'n'o'ril'ioVra-jvfrV last curtain and IhoroiisMy pleyeet and Mr. Ward has bet-n se- every bil or the great show Germans to roraam m 1- re cli ami thus retain a uledRC for He negotiations, the document, show The lo rtart .nesotiatioiis ubl be throushu neutral was uHercd 11 roueh this conrorencc. FitlJ Maislial von nlndrnlmrs was still rtlrect appeal to Hie Honing the lea ot wo 1. 8 neutral jioVr: Meanwhile. Atisi had. lo nested or l plans fbe was inakliiB. w ,wsition .was not 1 -rihed, but their Stl M. tti way to prcVcnt Aus- w a scparaio peace tailed. allies agreed to Tcesi- 14 polnls? (ho German Vcearded tlie war.as ended. Tbe c book out. thai vrberever t dclu.. lhe armisflce was >psc protest and between Hcrli.n and the J ilU (till VI vnv ".--T-. September 21, the honk reveals. Mitor ot the Springfield Times whos dream of life is to brf ManaKing Ed tor "TodS" is a plodding master Joui-nalistic technique, acknowlcdg uc! their struggle for Independence. iUV. v _ I Tt-ml mine til rmination j To the .Ukrainians, in 2-1 hours and lo a to sanction fuilher A ia'sued by th? is an- nounced ill liic, preface, because the iiooplc want lo know Ibe truth. Firmer -Kaiser's Declsloh The former emperor's decision lo sccli according lo documents in Iho -white booh, he con- sidered necessary bccmisc bcliercd Hie people were holh Jinwilling andjin- able to continue Ibe war ruler's conscience was forbidden him bloodshed. i Itijhc offlci.il dlsciisEion of a direct nppcal lo' lhe llnHed Stales it was n-recd lhat Washiiiglon should lie des- ignated as !he centre of peace negol- iationB as a matter ot politnncsa. Aus- tria was consulted by lelcnlionc re- Kprding Iho proposed appeal. On Oct. 1, Field Marshal ilcnbuw-tclegraplwtl to Vtce-Chancnl- lormin Payer slating lhat if Prliico jladcn should form a 'government he would agree In delay an nppeal for peace unlll nexl m6rn- Insr but llial the PMCO of r-r'bc sent imtne-diatGly If Ihero'was any doubt about tho formation ot the .Maximilian government. DelaysWould Be Fatal On the same day, Orocner rd- ported thRl Ocn. LudemlorlT had de- clared tli'at delay would bo ratal, thai llie formallm, q! a new government should not be awaited and lhat a break Inline-military; lino ,was poss Ible at aiiV rninuln and then any peace ntfcr.'oblnlhcii would ho unfavorable Oen. Orne.ner said H was his impres slbn that had lost hia n'ervo completely. i Prlnco Maximilian In nulrcd If Von lllndcnhurg was unabl fo hold front. rccolrcdyan NEW Wilson, "Uie taitesf man in the wetslilus CSO pounds, is ill Holy Cross llos'pilal, paralyzed. Ilc'w'as stricken last night when on exhibition 111 a circus side- show nt Oimvy Island.. The amhu MAJESTIC .-Tonightat 8.30 Harvey's Greater Minstrels Prices: 75c, 50c ul1" I lance summoned wrfs loo small-for war. The German lids bulk, so an auto truck was obtain- said lo have cj; H took Iwclvc.mcu- to carry Wil- son. Wilson had'been on 'exhibijion at Coney Island shows for two years. Be- fore that ho was with llarnuin ii IJalley's. He is 2S years old. Ills niolhcr wcisbcd 135 pounds, and his lalher 110. BRITAIN BELIEVES IN IRRIGATION LONDON, Aug. The commons unanimously gave third nea'dlng to the government's Soudan loan bill, guaranteeing the interest on the Soudan loan of chiefly for acrei in the Soudan for cotton growing. SECURE-BRITISH SOLDIERS FOR AUSTRALIA PERTH, Australia, Aug. opening the Australian parliament the gover- nor slated tht government 'was negotiating with, the British, gov- ernment in order to secure British ex-toldlers.for land settlement. ZURICH IN GRIP OF STRIKE i front, lie rccolrcdyan