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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECEMBBR 2, 1918 ALLIES, AGREED TO DEMANDfHE EX-KAISER HUNDREDS HOMELESS IK JEWISH TROUBLES VIENNA, Wednesday, Nov. 27, ire homeless In berg the rtault of pogroms egalnst the Jews In that city. It Is reported that many piople have been killed, and wounded. Three churches DO houses were burned and wholesale loot- Inj laken place. The trouble It uld to be extending west to Jaroalav and south to byoz, as well as to' many towns In western and eastern Gallcla. Ex-Monarch's Friends Hatch a Berlin, But It is Nipped in'the Bud. LONDON', Dec. plot to re- store 'imperialism and "cure the re- turn 'ot Emperor.William has been, dis- covered In a die- patch tronr Amsterdam-lo Tho Ex- press: According, lo the dispatch, which was filed at Amsterdam ou Friday, the chief' men bented .the plot are -Marshal'' von: JCaekenBen, Gen. Stern and Gen. von .Arnelm. It they.-Instructed the Pnistl.au corpii.Vo carry on a pro em- peror agitation, beginning ly demobilisation -of the troops was completed. Large sums of money are said to hayo been placed at tho disposal of the leaders by mu nltion makers, The plot collapsed'owing to the fact that secret service -men, over heard telephone conversation. Man> arrests have been rnado In Berlin am' other cities, while the jovernmen .has a long.list of suspects, who hai planned ;to 6ejze members ot 111 present government. Kaiser's Connection No direct evidence ot William Ho hansollern t> connection with tne pic found it in said but It i believed 'he of the pla i nas Berlin by two of b suite recently to tho Ge man capital for thtf ostensible pn pose ot UklwT tie matter up Iloi Ur KniJi> von ioh'en la ml to "been In control ot U financier, arrangements _ Marsh von Mackensen Msi skid nir alternated to indues Marsha! v in a needyYondllion, and there will be little Christmas cheer for maiij families: unless Ihc- Goodfellows come forward more generously than they have dona in the past and send Uicli- subscriptions to Ihe HcraW a Amounts already donated are: notary club, 5150; Sale of Masks C.P.H. ticket offices, through Hudson's Bay Co., J1C.25. Total to aate 5106.25, Want Allies to Take Full Con- trol of Campaign in Siberia Now etiguo of nations by rtater Irredante. 1 J LONDON, Dec. that iho United States and the allleB will soon reach a decision regarding thel pulley toward Russia, so that Czecho first Under Com. Form of Gov Foi the School Board For Commlaaloner of Public Ut'litiea M Freeman (elected bf acdaiia br Joseph L, McKelvIe A. M Dowsles B U liylands, A and Far School Board cresting-the I Slovak, troons in Siberia may to re leased for the occupation of Slovakia was expressed in an Interview here tc- day by Professor T. G. Hassajryk, wh I has arrived hero from New Yor on his way lo Prague lo take, the oat as heatVot-ths- state. "I have just received the he salJ, "that the Magyars will resist oc- cupation and organization of Slovakia. I hope the allies will send troops to lielp us occupy Slovakia territory. It is necessary that our armies be brought-back from Italy and Franco and I want our.armies in .Siberia to return too, but this I realize, depends on the decision of the allies. 1 trust the allies nnd the United States will soon formulate n definite plan ahout Russia.'' ..4 B FOoi CONSERVATION WASHINGTON, Dec. Z.-iThe fopd administration's conaerva- tton world rellaf caropajgn Into full wing to- rfay overLthe-country. It opanvd yesterday with the. readlnj) In ill the churchea of a message from Hoover. which outlined the nation'l oppor- tunity ifor renewed sacrifice in feeding the people ih Europe .from German Nom'aated by B lind J -.N tlitchie JohrT bj H Daridaon and R.-, B. C.' Thomson. J. B. Robert Saze and'.Fred :Hick. R. R. by ,D. Simpson and K 4 McKillop For Schoel Board D. J. hy E. Sehl. and Lonir... J. iy Thos. Long and J. K." Smllh.-'. Thos. Lonj-rNomlnited by E. J. ehl ani D.'Jl'McSwain.'y CaiigKt on the Fly :'A SERIOUS situation has amen in ihe city'as a.result ol the innueni epidemic, lii-a number ot cases'wher the mother of a family has been a vte tini of the disease, the faUier is lei with several small children and i scdms to be Impossible wome capable of talTing charge In tbe bom iTh'ese'are not cases for the Children Shelter, but still It th community ae rigiit. SomepoB should take it Arthur Higlnbolbain. "THE ANNUAL POULTRY sho Jakes place Dec. Sth to 13th It poultry building, fair, grounds. have a large entry. Hat and we t peel the bisgest crowd'in years as t show will be on during the time the big carnival." H. Ki of the LethhrWge Poultry and P Block Association.' CALGARY CALGARY, Dec. for majtor .and. jcicy commissioner were mado'.'teday in Calgary for the election on .next 'Monday. There ara two candidates for mayor, -Mayor M. C.' Cdstello, running for re-election, and Aldermai K. C. Slarshall. For Samls, tho pres- ent'incumbent, U a candidate for election, opposed by former Alderman A. E.iAV. Fawkes. Numerous-c'ibdidales also .were nominated- vacancies on the council, five, on the hospital board anil three on the school- board. MACLEOD For mayorrfr-Trenholm -Diction, ac- For J. B. Gardiner, E. MuiSoon, Alex. MacDojiald, Fred it- Cun- -n In )jC Ne'w Rival for Billy Bishop Western Men Are i' Decorated NORMAL COURSE OTTAWA, Deo. iplta of 3 falling off In the importation of goods need In the manufac- ture of war rnunitlona, thft de- crease In the cuctoms return) for the month 6f November la ebout the same as in the previous month. would teem to Indi- cate that the trade of Canada la beginning to resume its normal course. Allied Council Has Been Cori-t ,sidering Problem of Extra.'- dition from Every ConceSvi able Angle. LONDON', Dec. already briefly announced by cable, The Lon- don Gazette contains in a recent Issue a large number of honors awarded lo Canadians in the Royal Air Force. Details Major Barker, Warren, Man., who bids fair to rival Col. W. A. Bishop, receives Ilia nnr to the D. S.'O.-'.Hc received the D. S. 0. ningbam, 'F- Public Day, H. Stew- art, R. T. McN'iclioll Separate H.. EJteaman, B.-J.-lluldoon, !A. J. Burte (acclama- Nicho-- las of Montenegro has-been ide- poDed by the tha Montenegrin national assembly, according to a message received here' from Prague today. The' dispatch was sent from Prague by the .Ciechc-Sloyak press bureau by way of Copen- hagen. It says that the assembly voted the deposition on Friday last, nnd declared for a union 'of Montenegro with Serbia, under The- klns was included In the iict of last Februarj-.-and'has'two bars to the Military Cross, in addition to other decorations. Up to July. 20, The Gazette states, he had destroyed 33 enemy and baa frequently led formations against Ihe enemy with conspicuous success. Lieut. H. -J. Burden is gazetted Bimiii'taneously both with the D. S. O. and the D. F. C. He Is a brotber-in- Bishop. The 0. S. 0. s" nwardnd' f or li nvi ng accounte d for 7' ip'nensy "niachinef I'ebrnary. Capti Charles" II.' forhierly Mounted Ritlts.. awarded tfie_ bar to die D. and. brought down "lithe In three after having brought down BOW-ISLAND For Hurd. J. M Gratton, Geo. Allen, V. W. Brown T. R.-Blaine, A. W. Fuller (three to be elected) For school A. Bateman Ij- Feme, F. Brown, A. Miller, H T. Schonert (Ihree lo be Report Thai Son of Ex-Mayor Was Killed is Shown To. Be Untrue The welcome news that" Pie. W. T. Oliver, sou of. er-Major WWIam Oliver, is not dead was received by Mr. Oliver this raormns.- It. will be remembered received a message Etme time agoithat his sou was reported missing.. Later allies coming IntoiThaFHerald'ottlc months seven. Lieut. G. B. Foster, son or Senator flown four enemy machines and_ attacked two kite loons, one being driven down. Lieut. A. E; D. .larvis, son of Canon Jarvis, Toronto, shot down a machine, two- contained hie name :aV.v among. TORONTO, Beo. apa'claf cablo to The Mall and from London .today aayi: I "The war cabinet aat writes lobby correapon-' dent of The Dally News, 'Ho con- alder a memorandum which has- been prepaid by tha law effteeri of the crown ai to the legal and constitutional proceM applicable to the request of thai allies .to Holland that the shall be given over to allied keeping. Lloyd George traveled from New cattle laat night to attend th4 meeting. "It ti the apondent addi, "that the andum followa long and esrefifl atudy, not only of the but alao of prooenea that might logically be adopted. The British government has befn In commuhlcatlenL with i the allied 'govarnmenta on thla quevtlon. "It Is understood that In prln. clple they are agreed that the aur- render of the ex-kalser shoujdjie j required of Holland, although it Is declared that all due foriria of' International law ahould bettob' served In .making'1" the requeet _i "A filrttier policy of the understood to be that the, This ihorning, inuci' I lo Mr. .Oliver's joy, a postcard-.wrilten by Uie hoy and1 dated "No-" vember date .on1-vrhlcn ho was supposed to naYe-bee'nikllled, reached Mr. Oliver's stating that quite 'Thla.ulspels all doub'ls1 as to his fate.- Above are municipal jield.: lit tbe city Dtlic? 1 No excep n the casa of tlie'.public Bcb'661 board the B. Hogg nd Dr. LoYering.'.'lri addition -to R Davidson 'and'John Scott, who re standing pre- ipitated a -ot' the four candidates m'ar''.drppvont-.Kithin 48) hours', which Hie tliree vacancies byiacclamatlonl-- Freeman was elected >y accftmatlon' as- cbmmissibner of public utilities term, he first 'acclamation..election under he cbninrission'-form'of g'oyerniuent n Letblffidge. -Heihas already served possible gradually lo unfold- tn one thret-year. term capacity, record accomplished by qann- havta- been first Reeled -in Uecem- dlans in disembarking ami embandng when :he defealed Englisn ports An adimr- missioner Artlinr Held official out that the Cana- There will be no sepa'fato school dlans had sHown an unenualled ccler- b'oard election, from tilled by acclamation. Thos. troops Irom ship to train, t ic r finest wng ui.i D. J. McSwaln, two'of tbo record being the disembarkation three retiring members, are re-elect- men In three days, ed, while K. J. Sehl lakes .the place' Once at Southampton, oOO men. MAGRATH Benhion, For Hirie: For councillors- ru, tuuui____ -D. -P. Fowler, J. A. ilercer, J.' II. Bridge, A. Colemiin, later the same Say forcing sealer 19 land. V. Siuparl, son of Sir Frederick Slup'art, drove off seven enemy craft'.and. continued'his patrol, j Later, attacked hy a larger formation, bolh- he, and his observer were wounded, but drove off their assail- I "ait: idmti? "it1 -For schMl iruslees-llrs. 'Olive-1 western Canad a, who, with Ills Benhlou, C Jensen, James Parkin- brother, ..downed; a zeppelm In Ens- son- A ilerky, T.-J. Dav-ies, O.iland, has destroyed nine macbraes 'Bluiiiel, J. li. Turner, (three to lie since March, CARMANGAY P.'Teskey, accla- councils' in Germany have requeated the German govern- have former Emperor, William tried by a German tn- biinalt according to' "a agency telegram The government, It la ataled, will submit the quaation to the national-assembly. matlon. B. Dean, Geo. ed, wie e a ie p ol'T. D. seek hao passed ever a small m-Art- hivtn.llt nllnlllAq A ?f1 1 n at Francis, O. MacKay, C. H. Messin- W. Miter (four to be School W. Folk, L. J. Cafter, J. F. Snider, G. II. Tiuckley, B. D. Huinmou (three to be TABER R. Vickery, acclarni- ilori. C. Millar, Thoj. (V. Harris, W. A. P'orteous, Wm. Black, .Vas. Head, W. A. Dlenner- Hasset, Thos. Patterson (five to be School Lieut' C. MeEweii.-oi a Saskatche- wan .battalion, received the Italian bronze medal, for military valor. The D. P. p. to Capt. W. O. Hogcr'.-'.Sfra'thjfonas, for distinction in 28 'patrols'ami'i2 combats. nomination. every thirteen Again Tan election Is necessary to- de-' Liverpool olficers and cide the school It will baggage had crossed the mert hours of 0 a.m. and -8'-p.m. Sneddon Wilson Addresses Talks of U, S. Part in War Liverpool were handled by the Cana- dians. Cc.ptain B. 'S. Courlehay, of Hallfai, is officer in charge of em- barkation. NV ptt. In an. ad- fress to congreai in joint session to- tav .te-eMdeint Wlison formally ari- hisMntehtlbn lo go to Paris for the peace conference, the Wed gorernmenU have accepted prtn- of. enunciation' by him for peace and'it is-Ills paramount duly lo be present. .u uo nuviEiii Much Of addresj devotcii to said he.will be railroad problem, for tfhich (lie have tlie co-operation sof the public and of congress, saying that througS. tho cables and virclesa conatint coun- sel and advice voulit be pntslble. He said he hoped t6 see a formal declar- ation of peace by treaty, "by the time apring has Railroad Problem 6 ne; presiueut uo 4ii i II.ULJIVUI, fu, NIC Clc3e touch by coble and wireless and president said lie now had ho solution that know all that Is go'-j to offer. Ho recommended careful Jan on on the other side. Referring to hi! anriounceraest ihat (ho -French and British fsoTcmmcsnt had removed all cable restriction upoa1 the transmission of news ot the con- ference to "America, the president said lie had taken over tbe American sys- tems.'on expert advice ao as to maVe ualned system available. eijreyed the hopo that lie RUMANIAN REVOLTS COPENHAGEN, Dec. arest Is burning, according to re- portt from Berlin received here. Peasant revolts are aaid to have broken 'out in all parti of Ru mania. x CHRISTIANIA 'Buc. wcg'an press is discussing the re- quisition of tons deadweight of shipping under con- Iracled for by the Norwegian accouift, when the American Chipping >oard in- voked the law ot requisition. The newspapers assert that "for Norway has received lib damages, no interest'and no compensation tor Ihe use ot the that hun- dreds of millions' of kroner-; have .in this way been withheld from tbtf Nor- wegian efforts to reconstruct tonnage which Norway !ost in her defenceless fight against German submarine war- ALL HOME IN YEAR LONDON, Dec, for every posiible contingency, every, Canadian coldTer ahould b-e back home within a year, it waa stated, today at Canadian quartetj. study by con grew, saylni It would be a to the country and to the railroads to permit the return to old conditions under private management without .The president declared he slood ready to release tho railroads from government control whenever a satlsiactvirry plan of re- PORTO RICO HAS 'FLU O.S: 5) SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, Dec. Governor Yager, acting on Ihe report ot the Porto ilican minister of health, has ordered all.schools, churches and theatres to cloEJb and-has prohibited public gatherings because of the in fluenia epidemic. It Is estimated there are cnses of Intln'enzr on the Island, Geii Birch, V. B. Walker (acclama- RAYMOND For Pack, 0. J For M. rowclson p. .'-N'.. Skouson, S. Card, p. G. Galbraith, FrocJ Tlepsrass. (Three'to be For School H. Walker, A.. W. KirXham, L. P. Skouson. (Two to'be PINCKER CREEK J. Cillespie, W. R. Lees, J. E. Wood. Acclamation. SeparT.le J. Braniss, J. i. Wood. Acclamation. Public A. Ross. W. II. Jackson, J. J. Olllespie, E. E. Saville. .Three to bo V CARDSTON Tor B. Pitcher. Accla- mation, third terra. For Y. Card, Dr Srolt Brown, J. A. Haniner, D. G Gland, E. J. Wood. (Four to be'clect School A. John Perry, J. II. Anderson. (Tiro to be British for- eign omco-lias published a paper giv- ing the details'of Ihe sinking of Brit- ish hospital ships Rewa. Olenart Cas- tle Oullfo'rd Cistle and Llandovery Castte7by German submarines In Jan- uary, February, .March and Juno' o! this year. 'A, copy of the statement has been sent to dtpiomaltc represen- tatives in all neutral countries. Mr. Baltbur. the foreign minister. drafted Ihe statement, said: "There can-be little doubt that tho iermaii commander attempted to laughter-a 11 Witnesses of his crime ml to: sink'the ship without leavln; ny traccJ according to Count Lux- jure'S nblorlous phrase." WlEATHEB Hijh Law St ___ Dec. Imperial war graves commission .of. which tia Prince of Wales is president -hasi re- solved -that isolated graves in areas shall be removed to cemelerie's they caii be.cared tor-reverent- ly. -With regard to the removal 08 bodies'to their native conntrlesV tha points pnt that to egipty graves would.be ..a colossal.work and opposed to the it In which the-Empiro had--accepted the offers of France, Italy, and Greace to "adopt our dead." .Tho com mlsaion feel a this view commends Itself to Ihe inajqrlty the Britislj people, SAN QUENTIN, Calif., Deer 2. telcaram asking President Wlison lo "stati exactly -what means by commutation of my death sentence" before he leavea for the peace conference was sent the president by Thomai J. Mooney from the state -prison here today. SHELL'PLANT DESTROYED MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., net. shell plant ot the Minneapolis Steel and Machinery company'waa destroy-1 ed by fire Snnday with a cd at fully covered by Insur- ance. One man was burned lo death. It was believed tliat the fire was not of an incendiary origin. RETURNED.AMERICANS NEW YORK; Dec. British steamship Mauretania. sister ship of the Lusitaaia, is in port today with the first large.contingent of American troops from overseas. Shortly before tho Manrotanii drop- ped anchor, tho hospital EWp Xorth ern Pacific, with wounded sold iera and marines, Including 40 passed iip the bay unheralded and docked at OF OCCU-- PATION, Sunday, Ma demonstratlona, eithir friendly hostllei marked the entry, of Major-Gen. Dlckman'a army into Germany today.' The frontier waa croiaed early In the day and by. nightfall the Americana had mov- ed forward 12 mllea, reachirif Radgen on' the left and Saarholi- bach on the right. The line en-" tended the Saar rivtr anal through Sairburg and Trevea, I'AIJiS, .days remain for the Germans to 'evacuate the left bank of Ihe Rhine fr-jm lower -Alsace to Holland. French, and allied forces which crossed the German" frontier yesterday have .received strict in- structions aa to their attitude toward Ibe German population in the occu- pied lerrilorics. France will lie rep- resented' by contingents' in' all enemy to an announce- ment. PARIS, Oee. situation- in Germany broujfct about by the act of renunciation, the National Zeltung, of Basel, dispatch to L'.lnformatlofl, says.. "The imprewiwi that the Hohanrofknw were mitsed, only becaMC they faiM to conquer, and nai WcaMM ttivy, violated aH ;