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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTIIBItlbOH, AI.BKRTA, WKDNKSDAY, Dl'DCMIWH 1, 1018 NUMJJRR.DOl ifAiorn mmo AI? nrrirAinur TrnnA KAISER FEARS DAY OF RECKONING--TERRO HIS HEART Seamen of the Empire Will Strike If V I L ni J T Kaiser Is Not raced on 1 rial Soon; Allies Agreed as to Steps to be Taken _ L 1 I German :Fleet Off SebasLopol 'is Divided. Among British, French, Greeks and Italians Surrendered erc.killed; f- Sebaatopol ;.i3 governed .by a of workmen, nier- chairts N Tlio .people Crimea as a aclf-gov- crninjf i'aUte, capital as Sinip- feropbl, untie? the federal republic pt maintain aV Christmas Cheer For The Kiddies Previouily Geo. B. Mcrrli 10.00 Dalay and Jack Handle 1.00 Donald Buchanan..........f............................ 1.50 "Christmas Cheer tor erery neWii-j1 homo in Lclhbridgc" Is the motto c[ Die Herald L! oddfellows' Chrlstums cheer fimrl. For several years now The Herald has raised through Ihe medium of (his fund, money nu.fJcipni to malie many homes happy In'lhe city on 3111! the CIooJ'ellQws' of t-elhhridgc Iiavo always been most their Thfc year (lie need Js (jreater than ever. Let u.s not Tall ihle worthy cause. Send your donation lo The Herald today, marked Christum cheer fund, and It will be gratefully received ami duly" acknowledged. Arrest Hindy COPENHAGEN. Die. soldiers' and workmen's council at Lelpsic has decided lhat Ger- man general headquartere shall be dissolved Field Marshal von Hindenburg arrested, accord- ing to The Loksl Anzeljer, of Berlin. Seamen Threaten Strenuous; Avc All i Agreed, Determined Thai! Ex-Kaiser Shall Not Escape ir- r v r> jronner hrnperor is Very Ue- jeclecl These Writing -at His Desk All >Day Cheer Tribunal. I Capital and Labor Join in Reconstruction Problems OTTAWA. -the first uiidrashtndliiK. In the histbr? .of. Canmla repre- conference or a resull week, of Ihe Eentalijoa ol organized labor and of I capital and Canadian lahor are together Limn ever ___ The cffeei of this tetter feeling upon tho' future development of tho Lho jjreal manufacturing .interests of I abljr (be countri' and bt tecbnlial organl- fore. ngmen malBtainj present JiuL.. jba (ca.r af- :c of the: ga zatmns have agreed upon a pollcy-.lo i recommended lo the government. Tlio .-recommendations dual wlih matters to ho .'carried out in coi.ncc- Lltm with period. .The memorfBJ -ta Iwlnp con- sidered a of -'.Ihe'' conference --liehl here it of the appointment, welfare; bliihment vof.'i'- liureau'.lo laka a. j'urv C; Udtiv: '.tni; 'immediate Outbreak 1 n i isreared AMSTEBOAM, Dec, Berlin' according to the DeuUche Zeltung of Berlin, ieriouily feirc a Solsheviki out- break'under.the Itadenhlp of Dr. LlebkntchV, the Radical Socialist. The extremiBU arc laid to have quantity of artillery, ind concealed.' The newipaper that the. government act energetically "before it too late and that Premier Ebcrt and Phlllpp Schiedernanh" will be retponslble ff one. drop of blood 7s shed. --------__.... _t.-r__v_._7 in Ihc mutter of tecHmcal caucaUcm; estn.1: liEliment of employment bureaus, nud utilization and development of Cruudlsn "ivaler- co-operation (lie militia'dopnrinieiit snd I tJio government bureaus II I IPA in tlie .problems' irf.. .demuli.liKallon, Al I If antl the coTvmencemeht of.tin "optlm-i nLLlLU ...NEW YORK, Dec. William HohenzoLlc-fn is placed cm trial fqr his crimes within a reasonable time, fzces a. general strike, This .Iiecame, known today 'whtn Edward '-Tupper, national organizer of the National Sailors' Firerntn't- Union of Great Britain, declared, (hat unless the former olaced on trial tor, hii before an tienal a certain date the seVnen's uriitn yill take definite action on. their iccounl.'1 "What .form that action a reporter asked. "1 leave that to you to replied Capt, Tup per. "I cannot afford to lell you.1 You may judge What actforTaliy union rniflht take. Neither can you what date has, been fixed :as a time in which he muit bt protcculcd." ALL AOfitED LOX130X, Occ- ills nations iiuer-allicd con- Him-Up.... if 111 lied Fighlers Kclui-n tt'Ult Thcii' Own Hi.lialions, Which Pleases Them Wilson Is First President Lo Step on Board Ship for Overseas. Bands Play as lie Departs (or Conference, OTTAWA, Def. That Ihc Cans-j }.ONDONr Due. Ilolicu- zollera dcjecteJ .apiiearancc, j according to The Telegraph's brought home by iniiis by liptiarjd, whojjty divisioiia. and lhal the yeople says that he lias talVcJ wltU >me-} j loirnj wil, Uave atyi ouc'vlio lias .coiup much in contact j Thta narsoi> is iiuoled as [ullows: "The. former 'emperor wore air of reliof u'Jie.i he arrived aL Ainuron- gon, hut thai soon 'Vanished. Even his cheery wife, can iiqi. now rouge him-from his moodiness. The former empress le really somclhlng or ;i heroinp, and Irles (o make her hus- band look on the bright side of things, hut In rate. The diBllnguislnnl riigiiive .lias terror in his heart." Herr IlolienzolJeru keeps more auJ ore lo himself Is Inclined to so nhout. The through OL seeing them pai-ado stress, heaJeil by their umler Bin} which regimental they wont over, flag will come us good news lo tbc Ouadian YORK, Dec. sailed today lor Europe" lo take part us one of five representa- tives of the Tailed States lo the peaei! conference to ho in Fr.iiiec. The iransport Oeorge Wash- ington sot under way att a.tn, For Ihe First Time -VBW YOIllv, Dec- the Mine in the nation's liislory i prcsi- deut stepped on hoard a people. Tliit information is ton- which was to lake him to Europe, yeyccl in a letter received in Ottawa when today Wilson walked from .Major-Gen. K. W. .Morrison, ol j lin iho Ka'ngplank of1 the Irarieport Ihc Canadian artillery. I Cieorge berthed at a.'Uo- The ovlgljial agreed upon dock awaiting tlie executives conference of ministers held in arrival from Washington. The George country cannot be overestimated. fcrence may Le re-Upondcnt says lhat his Informant _ Eirdcd as in-iip-eEiucnt with "the-ttook him place liollcy of Lloyd _Gcorge as to com- [julling yay lo the Jlmlt of her capacity: allietl Uli'vus .were also agr.ecrt on Ihc pro-l ii of brinsingjln trial tbosc ve-l 'ou hnnianUy COPENHAGEN, .Dec. The reply of .Admiral British 'hivy, to a retfifest by Germany for riitti- naval .terms of the'ar- rnlitice, concession shipping or' lishlng .in the North Sea, Berlin .Wolff Bureau states. the ism in. which the papera of the will be. askeit to aasist The was- pmented by Tom Moore, president ol the grades ihu secretary, ot .the Manufacturers' A'asociaftonT and S. Willis the Joinl operations. Of outstanding is tlni del (hit the rtocumeatL presenleil to the afternoon repve- BBatsi-the result ot-lnc rhoEt henelvQ effort tver! liiadejin CRnatln lo .bring'capital Vnsi orsainireii tutor together In tlie-interest of' a-" better Dec, Tho Exprsaa clalraa to lie able to deny the report from Berlin yesterday Lhki a new iiHlmitatti senl (o Ihe man" ffoviniBtent beca'use all loc> .rnotlTM lo be nJndAd orcr ander terms ot the arnhlka be de- r.t pace. svja II (Jarmknj la not up to achedula and Mtrrtftl Focb IjJa wuolns that CUTOUT vlll held. for (9 furthar limit clime r but OTTAWA, mcnt hM fnaled a fund of will be ky MX IMM to wvtral provin- cial in in wrtti cAiryinf but of better through municipalities THE WEATHEH POLES AT BREST PARIS, where Germzny negotiated thi peace with Ruiila and the Ukraine, hai occupied by to the Neue wys a Geneva dlvpatch L'Lnfarma- ABDICATION OF LONDON, abdica-. GtrrMB'crown prince wit to be publlihed to- day, to th- North Ger- man tha farmer offltlal organ. The .abdication will net concern hli iikceuor, tt COMMITTED BY CRIMINALS Recent in LtrnMrf were cem- by ".rtJOMd, Ukrainian orimlniTi who '.'alto; ucked- and bumtd many of ChrijtUns U the preu bur- M. from Stockhelm. by Ihe Brtu incr'imlnating Polish koldi-n are ritcktred to REFUSED TO MELT THEM PAH'S, Amer- ican etrtprid .TreVtt .yes- Ovrman revolutionary to gel 'In tauch "With tfnin, but of the In Iho cfty rvfuttd to front an Intcrvktw. LONDON, Dec. [British' v Wireless reviewing questiisjj of, whether Germany IB able io .pay war damages "and the war expenses incurred b'y the allies. The Dally Mall declares that the eilfmated allied. eV- peniej fif are leac than 'one-seventh or .the main German astels In siflhl. The main railway systems German stales arc the property of the various governments, which, }n addition, own forests, mines and Urge areas or land. The paper, says that a moderate estimate of the value of Ger- man mineral desposiU is jlSf, In 1871 Germany made France pay not only the cost'of' -the war, but exactsd a and the surrender-of Alsace-Lorraine. The Daily" Mail say's Ihe the allies ask no' fines, but require "reparation only.1; PAY CaWe lo .Vla'H aufl cohterr ?creiico ot .ipali- ing' Gerolaiiy It- appears' be lhal Jlic .Bodies have Jit- lie "gold, but-vast'potential industrial wealth, "which Ihe press and high opin- ion, here agree mivst shoulder a stup- endous, hut-just Indemnity. 'FoV Damage Done PARIS, Dec. Uift chamber of riepulies reSterday a num- ber of deputies proposed thai Ihe chamber adopt a resolution concerning thc'ludciuniLy lo tic levied a.gainst llic enemy powers. The resolution says: "The -chamber oi deputies havins of Iho armsitlcC'terms im- poains on our enemies-reparation for done, invites government the .....pawersr'flscai eharsey-iiniOii 'er.lhe erpensfcs caused hy the war. These, should be divided among them "ny.'si financial commission o[ the nat- ion 3 in proportion (o the.Ir populations and. the strength oC their respectivfi conlributlons to the carrying on of Ihe 'Cla'nae of the armistice conditions reo.uire's that tho enemy powers shall make reparation for damage done. VifWe 'of British Government LONDON, Dec. at Boolle Andrew Honar 1, Ihe.chancellor ot the exchequer, con- firmed, the statement (he Uritish decided to press the allies as strongly as possible thai the i: roiu'v.'liicL uu unsliadcd window Me castle "'ri visible. Polmiug- to he winitoiv, genlleinan aaid: "The former emperor siU at (hat vindovv writing- a.5 Jliough against hour', aflt-r hour, sheet after j sheet, often-all the forpuooa anil iill lio aricrjioon." July .last, was thai Hie would he hrukcn up 'in France and tl.c nien rct'irned, according 10 so- 1 t'Jal rondllions, llic married coming (irsi, and ihc men -piiL into groups representative ot the various trades, and coming bach lo Camilla as (hose trades reriuired. VVashtngton was (prepared lo I wo hours later on Its unprecedented voyage ID Trance, where the' presi- dent is to t part in Ihe peace cou- 1 _- V ROTEGEN, Germany, Dec. of the army pushed'eiit this i acrgss the .to German soil and the'onbe forbidden domain of mil-, Marism.is now Furnishing billets for little army1' whith srouaed 'the German-icorn In 1914.- RIGHTS .QP'NBUf RALS AT'PEACK "CONFERENCE 9ERNE, Die. Widmer.of Woffng Introduced.A resolution (n inviting the Swlis government to Imrnediately approach ofher neutrals for purpose establishing the claims and rights'of neutral nat- ions at tlie peace .'conference, par- ticularly relative lo a future teal gue of. nations. LOAN FHANCE UCt! prcsi- yesterdRy signed the measure Prance, of surrender 01" former Kmperor i providing Cor a loan Ham should he demanded IhaL hei pesos or stand Ms (rUI. nnd increaa- present Hriirah Joan to Tiie chancellor also announced "These loans are lo he government had appointed a spent for mitec lo examine'sclahlirically inttf __'_ Uruguayan prortucls. KEW" YORK.' n'cc. Special dis- from nnblfshed litre tbis morning, quote. Senator- Wil- liams, llcnTocfal. of .Mississippi." in course of debate in the senate as saying: two English-speaking coun- ries. the United Stales and Hrilalii, can mainiain aOeague of iiatlonp, even if Krauce, Bclgiiun, Italy .and other nations refuse to part in it. "If llic iwo lions KO into (t, ss'e can" by our; sea power, by our control .'over rau; ma- terials, by our control over natural resources, torcc the other iiuUons of Ihe-worlil lo do .the league's bidding. We. can agree that any civilized 'na- tion thai mnhes wnr'npon 'another without firsj lliip ihc questions in controversy to an tri- hunal shall be outside -the pale ol civilizaiion, and that llic freedom to operalo uptin Iht- -shall be denierl to Jrer, lhal access .to. ilie ran" niatorlals and markets 'which llic two nations, in the league' shall control shall be denied lo .hc'f. ami In thai .way we can tccp peace -In the world for a luindrcil years' if we only have tlio courage lo il. ..Tlial.Is what President Wilson is goins to 'Europe Caught on the Fly Ihe flucsllon.of hoiv much Iho cnsmj- be able to pay. The govern- 111 ein would propose such procedure to tlie allies, anil he believed It An Inter-allied rommiUec ivouM Ihen inquire inlo ihc and decide what amount WAS pfnifnahie. Eicpfi would then be tfiken to secure Its payment. As Col. E. M. the Amerl- Ictin .repreECu'.ative. was Bumble to aUerid Ihe allied conference In T.on- ilon today, or yesterday, Mr. Ronar "LKTilHHlDGE IS the deaifeit city it was impossible lhal in tho west when it tomea to decision could be reached on any coming tuck the returned soldiers. .thcTeIo-c- now only The boys went aivar wJth bands thc Vlowa- ct the ing, crowds lo see them I olf, and WPFC Hying. They come home; there is no onn lo meet them, and they get the opinion thst nobody a conlinenUl nbnul It very cheering, oml lends lo wen. i JW1TH THE FRENCH ARMY IN GERMANY, Tvitiday, Dec. 3. French army on its way the Rhine and Mayence 'croised the' German frontier of 1470. occupying Jhe villey of the The advance Into Gtr- been without In- and likely to be carried out ir. perfect order and cuieL S'ttie "rrauH (hut Aliirnoclt, presi: (lent of the boanl ot irailu wns elecUd chairman, II. P. MVddlson. secretary, j while 15 new moDibcra ot the comrnil- iverc named, consldlins of the. Tol- Cothmlssioncr. Freemaa. of Bolshevism nmoiig the returning w.is to lie avoided', lie "u (tack- TO PEACE ST. CATKAKIMCS, Dtc. aid. town MurKil laat nifht elKed itxlf wi record as declaring the kurrenfer the fanner kaieer to BrMleh Juelice aketlutely eiMnlld perma- peace. Commissioner 'Mccrn, F- Sfck. A. G. j Baalim. G. W. Oreen. R. J. Ritchie- I PAtcreon. Jolili Jos. G. F. Blelcher, J. W. UawdoD. C- Mac- M: F. Finn. John Home, A. II. Reid. Alex. Emitli anj S. J. Socp- herd. The idea in picking theso rep- IreientaLlve Dien ,.-vvas lo conned up with'lhe various' avenoea of employ- ment toon IJnfaTrneu of Pensions Much of Hie tials of (he meeting was tatea np in 'a rouQd-table dis- cussion or thfi various conctming .Ihc placing of Ihft men o[ the army back into civil Hfe oace Wore.. Kverythinj fronj crilic- ISOT erf the Wnsion commljsioneri to (he fleef (mmediate em- ployment for -who arc returning ed the of the pension com- mission at Oitsuva. .Ucilical. boards exantlnt- retnrned nicn in Ihe i llieni anfit and Uieni (or A hascil on a cerlaln per- centage of riftability. .The pnptrs 'go to Ottawa, and the pension commit sioners there the disability Hie pension in or uioie Uian th.il wltlionl having ever seer -lilt man. The rosull Is lhat tbe soldier la rlU- satisfied, he isu't given. a (air. cppor- tunlty to meet competition he finds when he gosd out lo take a posi- tion, and his comrades are also made dissatisfied. Mr. reniarlcr vvere borne out Ly slalements [roni and oC tne veicrans. t lerence. A picttlrestiire mililaiT ret-eplioii given the presidential party on arriving by special .train, which ar- rived at llohoken at a.iu. ti Uetween tlie spur track on.' ivhicli the ualu drew np at the the.pier an arcU oC Atuerlcari-flaps liad. been erectad.. Af> lue presiiient slBppe5 fi'oni. the Uajn hugles. dritMB .souncleu. and', an-army- played Spangled-- '.-.Accompanied-: anil'-hit'i presidential. piifl.r-.V in'ored fjajj'.anil between solid rows ..ot sol-' tilers. is-Jio presenled arms president passed.- The president, in iifgh spirllsl-said lie was looking forn'-ard to Ihe.i'ovase as n resLfinueed, the real, rest The George Washl'iiBlori, with its convoy ot war vessels, will take the sonthum route, going by way of the Azores in order lo avoid the'Colder temperatures Yvnich Ibe eii-, countered on the mbrllieru route. NoliViti' i Jl'hc'. .carries many lioleij peuonasei on T.OJV -Bagit'gK they jq- clude .Eecreturr and' While, fonner ambaisador to.FrajicQ and with Col. E. M.'Honie. and Gen. Tasker Blin. koth alreadj- In Europe. (he con-; Btitnle delegation to' thn cpnferance; Itear-Wmiral LH. 3. Knopp and' ivho ;wlll report to Admiral naval .representative now witli 'CoL. House on the peace mistlon, as admiral's assistants; near-Admiral Cary T. pliyr siclin: George Creel, chairman, of thi' coinmltlec on public information; CtoBe, confidential clerk to. Ihe presi: dent; Urig.-Gen. TV- 11. Harts, former-' aide'to the pres'.aent, who viIV coin-., msnd the military and gftre al the conference; Churcblli, chief "of military gence division; Kaymond D. 1 chairman of the .commission on train- ing activities, wlio will direct n-elfare the war departhunt amone American soldiers in France, and 'M members ol the peace center, cnco. hrafleil by Col. John W. ambassador to Great Britain.. snd Mrs. Davis and tjie French Bud lul.- Un SmbiisadOfi, with their fiinilles, also were pasunger. list.'.' t As Ihe Geotse swiinj inlo the North river, amid llio din of harbor craft sirent and olhe.r noise making devices, President anil Mrs. Wjlion stood on til briflge. while an army band oa shore Clayed Agalnit Militarism- NEW VOHK, Dec. to President Wllaon't .departure today for Knrope to attend ;lhe .peace con; tcrence tl'became known that' tie goes determined against militarism in' HIIV The crushing or Prussian rnlli; tarismVas 3'parl of his plab for. fulure peace" ol .the whole "world, ac- cording lo persons wlio contWTeif witli him on Ihe transport GeVgs. Washington before it saikd. os PAUC GLASS MAY SUCCEIB AT WASHINGTON, Word went around 'unofficially the tide of the cafhel Inat He'p- reientalive Carter Vir- ginia, chairman fif the banking and currency committee, had been choiep by Preeident WilMn to be- come secretary of ;