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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DKCUMllKU 1918 -Great Nation -is Proceeding n 'i i ni___l BAVARIA STJCK WITH THE GERMANS LONDON, Dtf, 3.-Kurl the Mvarlan premier, It loalnfl aceordlna to Munich nd- vlcn received here ol Am- Vtraam, Copenhagen and Berne. A the Dally Mall aayi Bavaria It gradually reaching the conclut- I in to ill unity wlln the reit ol Sermany, father than seek Thli alto reportt of of grow- ing hoallllty toward Elmer adding there are tight In Munich that crleJi It approaching and lhat action favoring tome form of monarchy may be taken wUhin three weeki. Hon. C. C. Ballaiityne An nouhces Great Shipbuilc- Vk I- A I i i Pr .TlfP Program for Canadian Ships WoH" FORCES ARE Still GlailHS ing BuiU. Friday, Nov. !5.-The disintegration -of the former Auslro-l HuiiK-Jrlan empire goes on apaco and IS accompanied' by lighting here "and there'aiid the dcpredallons of mail- rsmllne' bandits" Meanwhile the toot! situation becomes more perilous eacli day. Czccho Slovak forces arc reported to have occupied Uodenbach, near Ihe German (ronllcr, thereby culling otf from Vienna larso stores of provi- sions IjelonglnK lo "u: Herman-Aus- republic. H has been planned lo those slorcs to Vicuna ot Munich. The Czechoslovaks lilVc1 EafrlsonTd Ihe larger part of Ciornmh-Bolieiula.aiid are said to be nresaliiB 'toward, the of iiifper The runldlty of the Czecho-Slovak' cdvancc Is Illuslraici hi- the report'ot f. woman of Vienna -who went to Raali, 50 miles southeast anil found Ihe town occu iilcd by Czechs. -In-the south the JupJ-Slivs Marburg, which claims.! be'a'fJormaX-clir. liave c'filerwl' Ine provinces of ..IJiIa.jLEu-Slj'ria.'; I-; JE the roles -con ''tlnuVtHelr light with 'the- Ukrainian; ihii afe.'advaiicinE over the. Carpa- Ihla'n- the frontiers of reported ,to be robbing-the'Jews as they eo. i Rumanian array has inarched Into llukow-ina as tar as. Kolnmea, on the lllver I'ruili. iLls claimed In Vienna Ihal to limit the H'liuiaplaii sphere in Bnkowina is pB.lwB.nlly calm. Tlie? win ler snows'have come, and the Vies tauranls and holels are lull of wel dressed -people.. Bill over all is otuiosphere'ot -Intense expectancy. Feeding Problem -Mlhoueli ilie-new government a pears to be" composed' of. cqmpelon and Koll-lnientloned lueu, Ihey ar liolug overwhelmed by Ibe proble of feeding anj koeplnt; warm persons. The price ol food continu 10 jump.-'A piece of choeolale small llian riu" American silver dollar sel for Th'ereMs also a lack of fait, :iniTpork is sellluK at }3 a pound. 'Have Robbed Men and women who go inlo neigh- boring slates lo obtain tood and bring 11-lo Vienna say'thai they hive hem robbed" at tlie frontiers by Czecho- slovak or -Hungarian sentries, a'.- .Ihougu bolh countries have plenty, ot food 'A Jewess who has arrived'in Vienna from Polish Gallcla. says she _i. i__.i (ilia AWIS Still Claims His Rights _ f OOSTERLAND, Holland, Dec. have' not renounced any- thing and I have not aigned any document the former German "crown prince, declared to the correspondent today. "lam former crown, prince tald hit Inter- viewer, "that we lost'the war early in I comp- ered our position hopelen alter the battle of the. which we not lort If the bhlefs of ou'rrgeneral staff had not suffered a of nervet. "I tried Id penuade-the gen-, eral ttaff to peace then, great -tacrifice, going Foch has sent a new ultimatum lo the German armlS'ke delegates demanding that Germnny-give up the rest of the to, according to an Exchange Telegraph dls- naieh from Cwenh.utn, transmuting advices frorr Berlin. P Malhb. Tnibirger le.der of the German armiBllce orote.ted Impossible 'and asked lor a respite. The ultimatum wplredI with whal result it haa not been learned. IliQ Dominion eoverninciu'i jBprriintlle marine- feet; lie fioneer and VoyaBer. wefo launched from' the'i Victors-Shipbuilding _pbnt Borden, wife of tbe prehner, this monilnff.- The Pioneer, Ihe keel of wlilch was InliT on July U, Is ot S 100 tons deadweight, baa .twin deck's jliid a speed of knots. The keel ol Hie Voyager wna laid In March. This ship will be ready to proceed In few divs. She is of tons.burden I Government's Policy At a luncheon which followed the lion. C. C. nallantyne, fed- eral nilnisler.of marine, outlined the shliihulldips policy ol the govern- ment. -announced that the gov- ernment' hiid under, construction i3 steel vcssclE. .Conllnulng, lie said: war is now practically at Dec Renter's ditpatch from Berlin confirms Ihs Ihe time limit-of which is_ 24 hours It says the German jrmlttlce commission) offered to ai toon, at they were repaired. German ncwe- a'islacomotiveE ai toon at they were repaireu. ia dlapatch, polni out there is no hope the Diplomats AskProtect'n LONDON, Dsc. diplo- malic corps in Berlin has asked the German government lor pro- lection agalnsl the anarchlslic propaganda of Ihe SparUcus group, which is agitating lor the general arming of the'proletariat, according lo an Exchange Tele- graph disnalch from Amtterdam. Dejtfoyed The Documents IncrhpUiating The Kaiser -iinis rice German foreign office destroyed and..its govern- ralne. Bui I told to mind my I Announce One Scheme of Ke- construction Which Will Employ-Many. Men- Allied Nalions'Will Make Joint Demand on Not Expect a Refusal. GERMAN GOVT. HAS NOT YET DECIDED ON TO BRING PRESSURE LONDON, Dec. Britisli war cabinet and the French and Italian representatives in Lon- don are in agreement as to the proposed punishment of Hohenzollern, the former German emperor, but have decided lo lake no action until Pre.ldent Wilson arrives in Europe, The Evening News tayE it learns. The allies art nnt. willing .to allow .a tochnicalily to prevent bringing William Hohenzollern to trial. II Holland refuses his-ex- tradition without the consent of Germany, the newspaper adjls, pressure will be brought to se- cure ccnsenl. LONDON, Dec: demand'.'for ibe surrender ot William Holienzollern will be submitted to The Netherlands', government In the name of oil Hie al- lied governments, occorilnir W Tae views of Fraffca ;und Hnly have been own buiineu and conMn'e my ac- com'mandlna my ar- 'mlet, have proof of'this." T there n lever to uuj "Deulache; hope that Ibe manufacturers wae mDI1 iif rminlrv realize' tbat LONDON, Die. there In a .cille'd the I ment arc confronted with tremendous peace problems. To retain otif present! roluriie of trade and lo take Hie place I of the vasl sums of Lhat.Jiave been expended dnrine Ibc past few years in Canada for "munitions. It is Imperative that Canada should vigorously go atlcr cspurl Tlie Kovei'iimeiil lias laid ihe'way providing I suoiislbilily uowfesls upon the mana- 'fa'turera' ol Canada lo rise lo the oc- casion and lise every enf'rey Id Eecucc export busiueVs. The United KingJom. overseas Dominions iind our allies are more' sympatlielically liiclinsd tbtn ever lo buy Canadian products and-I CLARESHOLM b.-.l.ewis (acclamation) ler and- E. Talllson, Jfti McKennv. Norman Holmes iMEOICINE HAT -J_'n cement, slriiclural, steel bridge i __ _ Dec. a.-TrThe decks were the 'Ger.-aM largely''al. many 'a poweKul this new league, It here, II enpected promote the German aim "in trre L-nairt war" of-con- quering th. world. According to a .aotr, the league will undertake the .p.retiminarj; work In the training of young men for Ihe air aendoe.' .Flying. are'to be eatab'll.hed.- for .the t''Practlcal 'and-theoretically In- .truction" of boys .from 15 t.-1l- yearc old I Dec. The uecxs were the demob- Medicine lint, .Dec. Ther emproy'nwh'l of. rclurncu i Le (onlest for nlderman In'on confer- ciut Hat rd sli. whe of, the 'crimes.' "hot-be' dispoiea in ILe-lvay. She will not be .asked I Herr Iloheniollern under'" ordinary.-6ilradlllou'.laws, but moniinV __ ic w.inl it-the confer-, in Medicine; Hat. liM-d sli. where Aid. the J. J. Marshall, J. Hole and J. M. Coop thi's ii tbe best have that the.'way is made eisy for Ran- was robbed ot She made to sign i paper declarin she had voluntarily contributed Eiirn lo soldiers' charities.' that the aaa to pet her full I amount of materials that to. tor the restoration of dcv- aalated France and Belgium and also to .get her share of Ibo amount lot producls of all kinds tbjit'will .he wnnteil by these countries which have been engaueJ in warAdr tour 'years', Iheir pnptife In'Every Port. With tlie lead Ihal the governmtnl has given and Its determination' sisi'Cahada in every way eio.orf trade, 1 very.near fntnc'e-thal the nag'.of nier- ciiant marine may be seen' in every limporlant port tliroiiBhout the carrying to these disUnt countries production of Ihe mine, neld; HUH in iolnied out, to transfer tuiil the hospilftl board were also acclaina'tlon as follows: let N'o.-'li: Blaclt H. S. Irelaurl Separata-' district .No; '2f. Provincial control, but with Uo-jlessrs J.-Cbd'inlerf. J. McDonald mid direction as co-ordination I hiley iolnied out, to ranser tj- ac eneiiies in the mailer of finding cm- .distric for tiic retunts-i to tlie L Q_- chRin of employment offices w sepirale' scl provincial control, but with Do- j. cuoinere- con lainiin- -direction as 'co-ordination, L iiosniial board: Messrs Sis' being e.tablKbed s E. -J. Fewings. A. F. oil the Dominion. It wis not dejireJ H. Stewart. 'od.otworkers.bnt I icel bridge b Coa5idered analogous to to .about trdder.'who is and lock gates amounting nt.lKlll.lJ nkeady nnnonnced. odmVj.hey LuiOiiEil 'ihS 'nSr Wilson other American" reure: fl ollr anil.bringing al the peace eoute.rence Wni urged that_h. right ;t mmHf lo rnrtc.. _A I i LIU [find it necessary lo All tnis self-delermlnalloa ;be granled tlic of Canada's dvrfcr- people of Ireland In inlrodiiced'yeBlerdly in the house o; Mf recalled, that appeals made by the Catholic Um- Terlimenl.s ships v.-ill ba managed verslty f and opcrale.4 by 11. Haniui Shane, and by board of dlfectors by Ihe crMllon of 1 aBl1' steamship; the stock workers, but Eimply to energies the best results, wilh- conld achieved only thfoufi of em- DloYhieit on one To W unaiu- luiu'cn ,00 000 ,OTS ot Etecl rails lo lho requirements of llic Canadian clnc. Trnuk und Ihe Oovera- Exp'ress on Sundar. -I think." be says, "tbf.y may be suf- ficiently' punished by: the Inlemational Hu'w they have Discussing" inif war.- Haase-saiur' of starting the struggle.. _ AncFrTfi'n 'Tl .eg, wilh-boihlGeini.n and Austrian mill- ,arlsm Tho government is now m-, tfflfiEW RaiUvar syslenis.. In- aJdlhon pre-war of Directors. of..lho offi particular comnanics will, proceed, with Ihc. handlln; of Mcret he Ancient Order ot Hlbernli adies' f.uJlliB.ry. The resolutions were, referred the foreign affaln comnlitee. COPENHAQIEN, Dec. Brillah arrlvtd, at the port of Libau in' Courland, on Ihe Baltic, a Wolff Bureau dlapatch from'Berlin today. AlJOflOWNED.-... WATERTOWN, N. Y., Dec. El.ven men, cempriting the crew of the boW Metlon fnlaht- er ajs'.beli.ved to tfr.v.nfTv.h.n ihal wction the down lait night in ttTfrtt'gali.and bltawrd. viullll'ai.Ji I will be allowed by the government in I 'oi-der lhat the govcrnnienl and the people may know proBl or losses e ships nre making. }Ir. llonna and hia'board ot dlrec- rs liavo been given a tree hnndjby e government lo manage the govern- ent's- system of railways anil they ,_ Iho .construction ol sufn csr .equip ment Jud locomotives us are needed. U is understood thai tbe. Caliail an Pacific and the Grand Trunk, will Till llieir rc.iiilremciiu.ln tltelr own shops. icv loco- llieir rc.iiirem. The aggrcKate value ofcaraiicv loco- motive equipment required lij uic motive equpmen r eral railroids will be some Iwehe lo nl'leeii million dollars suit will be pnulished HL investigation is completed. File Claims 1'VRIS. Dec: The soon as .no rtenc l Make The Children Happy 6.00 A'lready acknowledged F. O. Hyde cMUlS al be the most of all itasona. Lelhbridge Wndly jtep forvverd with even accuslomed generoslly. and lo the'Henla: s rhccr' fand, Is order lhat Sllss Tllley of Iho Simlne see'thal none of the.c b see a nn of this pleasure, shall not ,o th tmas cheer deoriTed of this pleasure, shall not ,o lou er Send In your donation to the Herald Make il l> l.rte .._ posslbl bu? no matter hat small, It will fce stadly and received. CTJI S 3J SlCllL Ut i mi no j J ..ii.. ..----f ill be given an absolutely free baud so In tbo management ol the Can- dial] mercantile marine, he said, Tho shins will sail on the Atlantic nd Pacific and Ihe tircal Lakes. WANTS CONTROLLER SASKATOON, OK. Sas- katoon Star 11 Informed on good authority'that the city of Prince Albert turned down sug- gestion of a joint .gommitiloncr. preferring to have a controller lo take charse of the slfaln of the city-. MONTREAL, Dec, a, many of the Canada died of tuberculoaii. during tne four yean of war were Canadian Midler, battle during the1 period, while Ihe number of at home with the while plague during the lour yeara nearly equala the number of Can- adian -oldlert reportirt aick or wounded In tne caauaKiel for the entire period of tht.wlr. Caught on the Fly trioni nur Dce.jjf-Nominations lor village council look place lasl and resulteil In'. following being elculed'by acclauialion: W. V. Brown, B. K: Cobourn: B. >l. Williams. The school election v-111 bo held a: the first of year. It has been deildeJ not lo reopen the schools before January Sth. as there haR been u recurrence of the 'nu epidemic in tills neighborhood. Tlic slallon agent and his entire fani- ilj- havo laken ill. nncl several new cases arc being-reported each day. DUTCH REPRISALS LONDON, Dec. Dutch goyernmenl to slop all exports lo Germany in reprisal for the stoppage of the German commerce lo Holland, ac- cording to sn Enchangc Telegraph dispatch from Amsterdam. British I'ut End to Reic" Terror. I REFORMS MADRID. Dec. llotorm.... parly has begun the holding of meet- ings to promote Its! ot stitutional reform. "ONIJY TWO CASKS ot innuTOZii, developed over Ihe week-end. The, opening ot the theatres evidently no harm, and 1 believe the I epidemic Is over. Ot course tncre will i I bol I believe we navr. to about the situation which w.ill.eTltt all_winter." i- ''SPANISH MmisTRv v RESIGNS MADH1D. Dec. Span- 'isfi ministry resigned .today. epidemic 13 over, m cu reported, is' we have simmered dow situation which DeVeber, m'eu'c'al hesllb ofticev. "CONDITIONS fN THK WEST arc somewhat a tood snowfall nowVfii do a greai deal'ol good The TO VIS.IT THE POPE ROME, Monday, Dec. dent Wilson, during his alay at Ihil capital, pay a to Pope Benedict, it ii announced by the newspapers hire. He will go to the Vatican; It Is tald, from the American embassy instead of from the quirinjl, Ihe presi-, rfent and Mrs. Wllion will be Ihi gueats cf the King and