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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME DECEMBER 1918 NUMBER 209 AGREED TO DEMAND THE SURRENDER OF EXKAISER PLOT IS TOME HUNDREDS HOMELESS IN JEWISH TROUBLES Friends Hitch a Plot in But It is Nipped in the plot to re store Imperialism and secure the re turn of Kmperor William haR been dis covered In according to a dis patch from Amsterdam to The Ex According to the which filed at Amsterdam on the chief men behind the plot are Field Marshal Von ion Stern and von It they instructed the Prussian corpa ko carry on a proem peror beginning Immediate ly after the demobilisation of the troops was Large sums of money are said to have been placed tt tho disposal of the leaders by mu nition The plot collapsed owing to the fact that secret service meiu over heard a telephone Many arrests have been made In Berlin and other while the government has a long list of who had planned to seize members of the present Connection No direct evidence of William Ho fienzolisrns connection the plot hasbeen it but it is believed that the outline of the plan was brought to Berlin by two of his suite who recently went to tho Ger man capital for the ostensible pur pose of taking the matter Kruflp von U Mid to have been in control of the von Mackensen Is saiil to Bavii attempted to induce von Hindenburg to but the lat ter saying he intended to retire after the demobilisation ot the The whole Prussian is was in sympathy with the CONSERVATION fopd administrations conserva tion work for world rvllaf campaign got Into full swing to day over the It opened yesterday with the In all the churches of a message from Food Administrator which outlined the nationa oppor tunity for renewed sacrifice in feeding the people in Europe re CTsed from German Caught on the Fly WANT TO SEPARATE GERMAN ELEMENTS Constant n Theodore former AustroHun gartan ambassador to the United has arrived here as the dele gate of the united committee of the Austrian peace Ills main purpose is to present to entente powers the views of his who are seeking to prevent the incor poration of the dermau sections ot Moravia and in the CzechoSlovak and the Halianiza tlon of the middle which Aus trian pacifists believe will stultify the league of nations by creating the greater are homeless In as the result of pogroms against the Jews In that It is reported that many people have been and Three churches any 60 houses were burned and wholesale loot Ing hns taken The trouble Is said to be extending west Jaroslav and south to as well as to many towns in western and eastern SLOVAKS NEED Want Allies to Take Full Con trol of Campaign in Siberia Now R FREEMAN BY ACCLAMATION Pint Under Form of Gov For the School Board A SERIOUS situation has arisen in vhe city as a result of the influenza In a number of cases where the mother of a family has been a vle tim of the the father is left with several small children and it seems to be impossible tovflnd women capable ot taking charge In the These are not cases for the Childrens but still It is something the community should endeavor to set Someone should take it Arthur THE ANNUAL POULTRY show takes place 9th to 13th at the poultry fair We have a large entry list and we ex pect the biggest crowd In years as the show will be on during the time of the big King of the Letbbridge Poultry and Pet Stock For Commissioner of Public Utilities Freeman elected by acclama by Joseph Baalim and John Puille tehool Board Nominated by by Davidson and by Robert Sage and Fred by and For Separate Cehocl Board by Sehl and by Long and by Sehl and Above are the nominations municipal held at the city clerks office this morning between 11 and 1 No surprises except in tho case of the public school where the entrance of Hogg and In addition to Davidson andx John who are standing for has pre cipitated a Any of the four candidates may dropout within 48 which would fill the three vacancies by Freeman was elected by as commissioner ot public utilities for a threeyear the first acclamation under the commission form of government in He has already served one throeyear term in having been first elected In Decem when Ut defeated Com missioner Arthur There be no separate school board all three vacancies being filled by Long and two of tho three retiring are reelect while Sehl takes the place of who did not seek If an election is necessary tode cide the school board it will be held next Monday between the hours of 9 and 8 that the United States and allies will soon reach a decision regarding their policy toward so that Czecho slovak troops in Siberia may be re leased for the occupation of waa expressed in an Interview here to day by Professor who has just arrived here from New York on his way to Prague to take the oatli as heal of the new Cnccho Slovak I have just received the he that the Magyars will resist oc cupation and organization of I hope the allies will send troops to help us occupy Slovakia It is necessary that our armies be brought back from Italy and Prance and I want our armies in Siberia to return but this I depends on the decision of the I trust the allies and the United States will soon formulate a definite plan about HAS BEEN DEPOSED Nicho las of Montenegro has been de posed by the tha Montenegrin national according to a message received here from Prague dispatch was sent from Prague by the Czechoslovak press bureau by way of Copen It says that the assembly voted the deposition on Friday and declared for a union of Montcneflro with under King The family of the king was included in the act of Wilson Addresses Talks of Part in War 4ressto congress in joint session to President Wilson formally an nced bis Intention to go to Paris for the peace spying the governments have accaptsd prin of enunciation by him for peaca and it is his paramount duty to bu president said he will be in touch by cable and wirelecs and that coiigreas will know all that is to lag on on the other Referring to his announcement that the French and RrUjah government had removed all cable restriction uponr the transmission of news of the con ference to the president nutd uti had taken over the American sys tems on expert udvico HO as to wake unlnod system exnreaaed tha uofa that he would hava the cooperation ot the public and of saying that through the cablM and wireless constant coun sel and advice would be He said he hoped to see a formal declar ation of peace by by the time spring has Railroad Problem Much of tho addresi van devoted to railroad for which the president said he now had no solution to He recommended careful study by saying it would be a dissarvice to the and to tho railroads to permit the return to old conditions under private management without Tho president declared he stood rwody to release the railroads from government coiurol whenever a satisfactory plan of re ON P4QB 5 will now possible gradually to unfold the record accomplished by the Cana dians lii disembarking and embarking troops nt English All admir alty official out that the Cana dians had shownan unequalled celer ity from the beginning in handling troops from ship to their finest record being the disembarkation of men in three Once at 500 men had passed over a small gangway every thirteen Again at Liverpool officers and merf with baggage had crossed tho gang way in 19 Seventeen per of tho Americans landed at Liverpool wore handled by tho Cana Captain of ia officer in charge of em RUMANIAN REVOLTS arest is according to re ports from Berlin received Peasant revolts are said to hava broken out In all parts of Ru ALL HOME IN YEAR for every poiflble every Canadian soldier should be back home within a it waa stated today at Canadian naad PORTO RICO HAS FLU SAN Porto Governor acting on the report of the Porto Hlcun minister of has ordered all churoiies aud theatres to and has prohibited public gatherings because ot the in fluenza U is estimated hero are cases of influeuztt ou the HeralFs Christmas Cheer Fund The Htiald today again inaugurates ita annual GooUfollows which has fOr its object the bringing of Christmas to needy homes in the must be that the Rotary Clubs Christmas Festival for Soldiers next week has no connection and does not interfere with the HeraMa annual In the Rotary realizing the groat need this has already donated towards Heralds The neM for the Heralds which is administered every ypar by Miss the Nursing is greater than according to Miss The epidemic of has left many homes in the city in a needy and there will bo little Christmas cheer for many unless tho Goodfellows come forward even more generously than they Have done in the past and send thoir subscriptions to the Heralds already donated are Rotary Sale or sit ticket through Hudsons Bay Total to CALGARY for majtor and cicy commissioner were made today in Calgary for the election on next are two candidates for Mayor running for and Alderman For the pres ent is candidate for opposed by former Alderman Numerous candidate also were nominated for v seven vacancies on the on the hospital board and three on the school MACLEOD For ac j tf Fred JoseBli Cun six to be Public Stew AIcNicholi Burke acclama New Rival for Billy Bishop Western Men Are Decorated I X TRADE RESUMING NORMAL COURSE BOW ISLAND For Fuller three to be elected For school Schonert three to be MAGRATH For For three to be For school Olive James Parkin son Turner three to be CARMANGAY For accla Messin Miller four to he School Hummon three to be TABER acclama Blenner Patterson five to be School Geoi Walker acclama already briefly announced by The Lon don Gazette contains in a recent isauo a large number of honors awarded to Canadians in the Royal Air Details follow Major of who bids fair to rival receives the bar to the He received the last and has two bars to the Military in addition to other Up to The Gazette be had destroyed 33 enemy and has frequently led formations against the enemy with conspicuous Burden is gazetted simultaneously both with the and the He is a brotherin law of The ia for having accounted for 17 enemy nlachineB Charles formerly Mounted awarded the bar to the secured seven machines and brought down nine in three months after having brought down son of Senator brought down four enemy machines and attacked two kite bal one being driven v son of Canon shot down a later tbe same Say forcing a two seater ty son of Sir Frederick drove off seven enemy craft and continued bis attacked by a larger both he and bis observer were but drove off their assail Edmund of western with Ills downed a zeppelih in Eng has destroyed nine machines since Lieut of a Saskatche wan received tho Italian bronze medal for military The is awarded to for distinction in 28 patrolsami 12 spite of a falling off In Importation of goods In the manufaft ture of war the de crease In the ouotoms returns for the month of November 3 about the same in the previous would seem to indi cate that the trade of Canada fa beginning to resume ita normal PIE i OLIVER ALIVEJOILL Report That Son of ExMayor Was Killed is Shown To Be Untrue The welcome news that son of exMayor William is not dead was received by Oliver this Tt will be remembered that received a message some time ago that his was reported the casu alties coming into The herald office contained his name as among killed in Oliver wrote tiie department of militia tence at and a letter came In reply confirming that Oliver had been killed in This much to a postcard written by the boy and dated No vember after the date on which he was supposed to have been reached Olivers stating that he was quite This dispels all doubts as to his TO ALLIES Allied Council Has Been Coin Problem of Extras dition from Every Conceive able special cable to The Mall and Empire from London says i The war cabinet sat ysstar writes tha lobby eorrespon dent of The Dally to con sider a memorandum which prepared by law of the crown as to the lagar and constitutional process applicable to the request of tha alllss fa I Holland that tha exkaiser shall be given over to allied Lloyd travelfed from eastle last night to attend It Is the apondant that the memot andum follows long and etrttut not only of tha quaatlon of but also of other processes that might logically be The British government has In communication with the alllad on tnlsj It Is understood that In ctple they are agreed that the render of the exkalser should required of although It Is declared that all due forma International law should be served in the A further policy of the Is understood to that kaiser should tried by an in ternatTonal court for hid part and hie complicity in the BY GERMAN TRIBUNAL num ber of the sotdlers and Work msns councils Germany havi requested the German govern ment to have farmer William tried by a Gsrman tri according to a news agency telegram The It la will submit the question tot the national For RAYMOND WANTED TO LEAVE NO TRACE OF For Councillors DeVoe Frea Three to be For School Two to be PINCHER CREEK Separate Public Three to be V CARDSTON For Accla third For Four to School John Two to be law and mile 47 British for eign office has published a paper giv ing the details of the sinking of Brit ish hospital ships Glenart Cns tlo Guilford Castle and Llandovery Castle by German submarines in Jan March and June of this A copy of the statement has been sent to diplomatic represen tatives in all neutral the foreign who drafted the aaid Thero can be little doubt that the Gorman commander attempted to slaughter all witnesses of his crime ami to sink the nhlp without leaving any tracey according to Count Lux burg6 notorious CHR1STIANIA Kor wogian press is discussing the re quisition of tons deadweight of shipping under construction or con tracted for by the Norwegian when the American shipping board in voked tho law of Tbe newspapers assert that for 1C months Norway has received no no interest and no compensation for the use of the and adds that hun dreds of millions of kroner have in this way been withheld from the Nor wegian efforts to reconstruct tonnage which Norway lost in her defenceless fight against German submarine war Imperial war graves commission or which tha Prince of Wales is president solved that isolated graves in watf areas shall be removed to cemeteries where they can be cared for With regard to the removal ot bodies to their native tha points out that to empty identified graves would be H colossal work and opposed to the spir it in which the Empire had the offers of and Greece to adopt our Tha commission feels this view commends itself to the majority ot British SHELL PLANT DESTROYED shell plant of the Minneapolis Steel and Machinery company was destroy ed by fire Sunday with a loss ed at fully covered by insur One man was burned to It was believed that the lire was not of an incendiary RETURNED AMERICANS NEW British steamship sister ship of the is in port today with the first large contingent of American troops from Shortly before the Maureuniia drop ped tho hospital ship North ern with wounded sold iers and includiug 40 passed up the bay unheralded aud clocked at SAN Deoi telegram asking President Wilson to state exactly what he means by commutation of my death sentence before he leaves for the peace conference was sent the president by Thomas Mooney from the state prison here 8 DAYS LEFT TO E duys remain or the Germans to evacuate tlie bank of the Hhiue frjin to French and allied forces which crossed the German frontier yesterday have received strict in structions as to their attitude toward German population in the occu pied France will be rep resented by contingents in all enemy to an uuiiounce AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCU either frisndty marked tha entry of Dlekmana army Into Germany Tha frontier was crossed sarly In the day and by nightfall the Americans had mov ed forward 12 reschlnf Radgen on thi lift and 8aarholi bach on the The Hns tended the 8aar river ana through Sasrburg and tha situation in Germany brought about by the fornwr act of National of acoerding U a dispatch to The impratatoft a that the Hohemollarna die only bscatiaa thsy and nst bscaUM vlolatsd all ;