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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V Herald DKCEMBEH 1918 Disintegration of Great Nation Jai Proceeding ditions Bad in Many Places POLISH ADVANCING Ofl THE HUNGARIAN BORDER AVARIA MAY STICK WITH THE GERMANS the aeeordlno Munich ad vlcM reeelved by way of Am A to the Daily Mall eayi it Bavaria gradually reaehlna the conolut itn to retain the rttt of rather than seek a separate Thle mettige of of Ing hoitlllty toward Ciener adding that there are tn Munich that a approaching and that action favoring eome form of monarchy may be taken within three FLEE IS Crown Prince Still Claims His Rights PRINCE TALKS disintegration of the former Austr Hungarian empire goes on apace am accompanied by fighting here fcn there and the depredations of ma raudlnu bandits Meanwhile the foo filiation In Vienna becomes perilous each Czechoslovak forces are reportc to have occupied near t German thereby cutting off from Vienna large stores of provi sions belonging to the GermanAus trian H has been planned to send those stores to Vienna by of The Czechoslovaks liave garrisoned the larger part of GermanBohemia and are said to be pressing toward the frontiers of lifter The vapidity of the Czechoslovak advance is Illustrated by the report of c woman of went to 50 miles recently and found the town occu pied by In the south the JugdSlavs have occupied which claims to be a Their forces also have entered the provinces of Carln have not renounced any thing and I have not any document the former Oerman crown prince declared to the correspondent I am the former crown prince to hit inter that the i 191 I consid ered our position after the battle of which we not have If the of our general had not of I tried to pereuade the gen eral ttaff to eeek peace even at a great going to glvr up But I told to mind my own and confine my ac tlvltlet commanding my ar I have proof ef rPeiea On the iidrtheast the Poles con tinue light with the Ukrainians Tmcl are advancing over the Carpa thian mountains the frontiers of They are reported to be robbing the Jews as they A Rumanian army has marched into Tiukowina as far as on the Hiver Ikis claimed in Vienna that this clearly to limit the jtiiinauian sphere in Vienna is outwardly The1 wm Ur snows have and the res taurants and hotels are full of well dressed But over all is an atmosphere ot Intense Feeding Problem Although government ap pears to be composed of competent and wellintentioned they are being overwhelmed by the problen of feeding and keeping warm The price of food continue to A piece of chocolate smalle than an American silver dollar sell for There Is also a lack of and pork is selling at J3 Have Been Robbed Men and go into neigh boring states to obtain food and bring it to Vienna say that they have been robbed at the frontiers by Czecho slovak or Hungarian al though both countries have plenty ol A Jewess who has arrived in Vienna from Polish Galicia snys she was robbed of She was made to sign a paper declaring that who had voluntarily contributed the sum to soldiers SltHAVE there la a aojelety called the JlMt aa the German navy league largely influential In oiving Ger many a powerful ao this new It la believed expected topromote the German aim in the next war of con auering the According to a Bremen the league will undertake the preliminary work in the training of young men for the air Flying are to be for the practical and theoretically in of from 15 te yeare Ballantyne An nounces Great Shipbuild ing Program for Canadian Ships Be ing first of the Dominion governments pifrcnitile marine the Canadian Pioneer and Canadian were launched from the Vlckers Shipbuilding plant by Lady wife of the this the keel of which was laid on July is of tons has twin decks arid a speed of The keel of the Voyager was laid in This ship will be ready to proceed in a few She is of tons burden I Policy At a luncheon which followed the fed eral minister ot outlined tne shipbuilding policy of the govern Ho announced that the govi eminent had under construction B9 steel he said is now practically at an end but Canada and Its govern ment are confronted with tremendous I peace To retain our present volume of trade and to take the place of the vast sums moijey that have been expended during the past few years in Canada for the making of it is imperative that Canada should vigorously go after export The government lias laid the way for tliisby providing sponsibility uowyests upon the munn lacturers of Canada to rise to tho oc casion and use every energy to secuue export The United overseas Dominions and our allies are Marshal Foch sent a new ultimatum to the armlWee demanding that Germany give uo the rest ol thS according to an Exchange Telegraph dis natch from Expired I transmitting advices from leader of the German armistice impossible and asked for a The ultimatum forenoon with what result it haa not been Reuters from Berlin confirms the delivery of the time limit of which 24 It says MathlM of the German commission offered to rnotives they were German news e point out there is no hope of prolonging the that It likely the will occupy Diplomats Ask Protectn diplo matic corps in Berlin has asked the German government for pro lection against the anarchistic propaganda of the Spartacus which is agitating for the general arming of the according to an Exchange Tele graph dispatch from Allied Nations Will Make Joint Demand on Not Expect a GERMAN HAS i NOT YET DECIDED i ON ITS ATTITUDE Destroyed The Documents Incriminating The Kaiser DAPIA tee German foreign office destroyed by ffre in the of the rldfit TO BRING PRESSURE British war cabinet and the and Italian representatives in Lon don are in agreement as to the proposed punishment of William the former German but have decided to take no action until President arrives in The Evening it The allies are not willing to allow a technicality to prevent bringing William Hohenzollern to If Holland his ex tradition without the consent or the newspaper pressure will be brought to se cure y demand foi the surrender of William Hobenzollein win be submitted to The government in the name of all the al lied according to tut THe views of Fratrfeand Italy have been fully the British government and a purl t he wilson has aiso made suggestions reia reconstruction program of the Domin Uye tQ proce3ure in the WUAND Announce One Scheme of Re construction Which Will Men Ullftl i Lewis McAllis ter and Boese i School Norman Holmes acclama ter of wUl once Ptocaeil with the completion the Welland The estimated cost ofthe work embraced in the four main con tracts uiidcr which comtraction was being carried on at the outbreak of the war was of which been expend decks were MEDICINE HAT Medicine more sympathetically inclined than clearea for the discuatton of ever to buy Canadian products and I nlzationand employment of returned be a contest for alderman in one waid hope that the manufacturers and busi morning it the in Medicine ward where ness men of this country realize that npe between the sectaries of the Hole and JM returned commis ale the aldermen were FLEET OFF COU britieh fleet arrived yeeterday at the port of Libau in on the aaye a Wolff tllapatch from Berlin the general scheme of coordination prepared by his The first thhig to be Daley was to transfer energies in the matter of finding em Wilson and the other Amerlcail repre at the peace conference were urged to insist that the right of selfdetermlnatloa be granted the people of Ireland in two resolutions introduced yesterday in the house of appeals made by the Catholic Uni versity through its Bishop and by the national board of the Ancient Order ot Hibernians and ladies The resolutions were referred to the foreign HJpftOWNCD Eleven comprising the crew of the bew Motion of the freight er fta to ftave been drowneilwhen that Motion of veaeetfwent down night in a ness men of this couniry moj this is tbe best had to go after export The the officials government isCully alive to this pqs1 t Qf BOldierg civil refetabllsh slbllity and at the present time a j ment when director ot trade commission in to see trlatlon and outlined that the way is made easy for Can adu to get her full share of the vast amount of materials that aregoing be required for the restoration of dev astated France and Belgium and also to eet her share of the vast amount of products of all kinds tht will be wanted by these countries which been engaged in the lapt foul to replenish their atocksY In Every With the lead that the government has given and its determination to as sist Canada in every way to do a large export 1 hope in the very future that the flag of Canadas mer chant marine may be seen in every important port throughout the carrying to these distant countries Canadas production of the forest and our and bringing back the importations that Canada will find it necessary to All tflis Is possible because of Canadas dwbr sined Ballantyne that tue governments ships will bfi managed and operated by Hanna and his board of directors by the steamship the stock otwhion will be allowed by the government in I order that the government and the j people may know what profit or losses j he ships are Hanna and board of direr ors have been given a free by he government to manage the govern nents system of railways and they will be given an absolutely free hand in the management of the Can adian mercantile he Tho ships will sail on the Atlantic and Pacific and the Groat in addition to the Climated value of the hiain there were other estimated necessarj expenditures in contemplation Mi land structural steel bridges and lock gates to about Authority is claimed by the Express for the statement that although are some little difficulties as to points of law among allied conference In Downing Street ed unanimity relative to the bringing of the exkaiser to answer for will not be disposed to pUt a in the She will not deliver HenHohenzollern under the ordinary extradition but his status will be considered analogous to that a pirate or slave who is The following en KagecJduring the w inter a force of acclamatj men preparing for the re ion Ward Burns Ward lhe work in the Ward 4000 will Reid Mayor Brownwas reelect to Imish up work remain ed by ing to be done to complete the Trent The nominees for the school board This will employ few hun and the hospital board were also elected by acclamation as follows School district 76 of which already as entitled to sanctuary has been The minister of j railways expects that there be dred Railway Orders already orders have in any German Undecided The German gov ernment is stillundecided to how to deal with the former emperor and the said Hugo secretary for foreign affairs in the Qei man to a correspondent of the Express on 1 he they may be nut flclently1 punished by the international 1 Mir ItI OB ju v tti 11 for the returned men to the Black and beeu the war board new chain of employment offices ungeparate sclieol district 1 here or tons of steel nuls to dor provincial but with DoMes9rs McDonald and t u of the Canadian llyl minion direction which is being establHhed through out the H was not desired to eliminate any body ot but simply to concentrate their energies so as to produce the bestresults with out The could be achieved only through a chain of ployinent mitred on one principal weheme of To the conference unam Messrs HUGETOJAL LePage Grand Trunk and the Ooveru odiumthey have Discussing the Haase sa The guilt of starting the struggle lies with both Qerman and Austrian mili The government is now iiio nrpwar methods of melll ttaiiwaj1 j UIB jjic I the boards ol directors of the neveraJ I foroj offlce particularly regardinf riilwav companies will proceed with u naualmg of secret The le I 1 till Tt 1 i J Infi the construction ot such car equip ment and locomotives as are U is understood that the Pacificand the Grand Trunk will fill their in their own L Thn ucercKaie value ot car and loco enuipment reared by the Lilt suit will be published as soon as tne Investigation is File Claims citizens are lodging complaints with Lescouve regarding crimes fifteen million dollars Make The Children Happy Already acknowledged Hyde N children are Ji within the uait tew upon the Qoodfellows of Lethbriage to rii tiAanon lllilttt b6 Christmas seaspn gUouW be most Joyous of little Bo will we Lethhrldpe Wodlytttep forward with than their accustomed and subscribe to theHerein a Annual ChrlatrnM cheer order that Mies Tllley o the Nursing jnay that none of these lltlle ones who jnight oUmrwise be denrtved ot this shall not go Without thefr Christmas Send In vour dontiim to tbe Herald Make it U tarn but no matter how it will be gladly and gratefully WANTS CONTROLLER Sas katoon Star is informed on good authority that the city of Prince Albert turned down the sug gestion of a joint preferring to have a controller to take charge of the of the WANT REFORMS X M Uaformist party hus begun the holding of meet ings to promote its of con stitutional as many of the people of Canada died of during the four of war there were Canadian killed in battle during the while number of at home stricken with the grJat white plague during the feur nearly the number of Can adian reported or wounded in the for the entire period of the liim Our for village council took place last and resulted in the following being j electedby acclamation B Thr school RlectJon will bo held at the first of the It has been decided not to reopen the schools before January as Caught on the Fly SPANISH MINISTRY RESIGNS Spun isii ministry resigned ONLY TWO OASES ot influenza developed over the The opening of the theatres has evidently no and I now believe the npideniiu is Of course there will still be cases but I believe we have simmered down to about the situation which will all meuical health CONDITIONS fN THE WEST are somewhat and a good snowfall now will do a great deal of The freezeup has in Southeru Alberta glvingri tlffe soil a chance to take up much outlook for the comingyear rery flu epidemic in this i The station agent and his entire fam ily have taken and several new cases are being reported each DUTCH REPRISALS Dutch government to stop all exports to Germany in reprisal for the stoppage of the export ef Carman commerce to ac cording to an Exchangf Telegraph dispatch from TO VISIT THE POPE dent during his stay at pay a viiit Pope it is announced by the He will go to the It is from American embawy instead of from the where the presK dent and Wilson will be the guests of the Kinfl and while in committed by the German be some twelve to arnlies uuder William I the former German Several uentons who lost relatives in tflie bombardment of Paris by the German j long range guns have filed their com Pllnntt8he case of I whose Iwisband was killed on the tor i nedoed mail steamer the at I toriievKeneral declares that the steamer was un extension of French soil the French authorities are competent to make an Brltbh Landing Force Could will be reported within few If it is decided that French tri bunals are competent to open pro a judge will be appo ntecL One or the acts of the judge be toask for the extradition of End to Reign of Terror rltlsh William been a few br torpedo boats or light with even u small landing eon d lievul this week thoy couhl the llolshevisl flood which luih burning and plun Ksihoniu and uacord ine to u declaration made to a corre poiident by Baron ot thoniii who escaped from coun iry on Thursday in baroi Aexkuell reports that man forces have begun to j Narva when they attacked and Defeated by Russian j PLEADS GUILIY I THE WEATHER High Charles general Low 47 36 ICpTl western city to change in tempera r SAN under the leadership of Count Keller of the old Russian werfl at tacked by a superior bqdy of Bolv hevlst They biouaht 3a ma chine guns with While the at tack was proceeding these Russians fired upon the whlto guards rom lhe The white halt anni Esthonian workmen are nearly all according to Baron and the middle classes of EB thonia and Livonia are facing the same reign of terror Hint the hour of Russia have steamship Company who was sentenced to 15 months wo w imprisonment tor his connection with ii Hindu conspiracy to overtun ish rule in pleaded guilty terday to charging him with conspiracy in 1914 in with the alleged provisioning of Oev nian warships at aea by the steadier Capell was one o the leuiluig figures in the Hindu the evi dence showing that he handled large sums of money paid the bf German I ;