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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MEN German Fleet Off Sebastopol is Divided Among Greeks and Italians Surrendered Opt BOAUO TUB BRITISH DE STROYER allied fleet of Italian and Greek war has taken from the Ger mans 10 Including smaller craft In thft harbor The Russian dreadnought Volia is now under the British Five destroyers were ap portioned tfmong the tlte British taking this French two nnd the Italians Four all were divided between the French and All the remaining warships nnd merchant vessels of the German Black Sea fleet will be held There are about German troops in the They have re quested permission to proceed to Ger inuny by the way of Trieste so to Seamen of the Empire Will Strike H Kaiser Is Not Placed on Trial Soon Allies Agreed as to Steps to beTaken Christmas Cheer For The Kiddies Previously acknowledged Morris Delay and Jack Handle Donald Buchanan Cheer for every needy homo in Lethbridge is the motto be gratefully received and duly Hmdy soldiers and workmens council at Leiosic has decided that Ger man general headquarters shall be dissolved rjd Field von Hindenburg accord ing to The Lokal of Seamen Threaten Strenuous Are All i Determined ExKaiser Shall Not Escape j jrormer Emperor is Very Dej jected These All OFFFORTHE OLD LAND i Wilson Breaks Precedent and Labor Join in Reconstruction Problems the first undeustanding As a result of the last the country and of technical organi zations have agreed upon a policy to deal with 1I1U1IJ j avoid a repetition of an incident three weeks igo at Odessa when German I out in connec soldiors going to welLM ith the reonslruction attacked by hostile citizens and some lnc The effect of this better feeling NEW William Hoheniollern is placed trial for his crimes within a reasonable faces a general seamans This became known here today when Edward national organizer of the National Sailors and Union of Great declared that unless the former kaiser is placed on trial for his crlmasvbefore an interna tional court fcK a certain date the seVnens unien will take definite action their What form will that action take a reporter I leave that to you to Neplied I cannot afford to tell You may judge what action any union might Neither can I tell you what date been fixed as a time n which he muet be ALL AOfttED the His Desk Day Cheer Him Jlohen zollcrn wears adejected according to The Telegraphs at whoiity ot savs that he has talked with some Ol towns will Fighters Will Return With Their Own Which Pleases Them Is First President to Step on Board Ship for Bands Play as He Departs for Uv fanai irtlan soldiers serving overseas will Wilson sailed today tor Europe ibe brought Home by units by take Ot one who hns come much in contaci o I with the This personis uuoted j headed by their I as follows s i d 1111 and people j heldr LOWIIS will have The transport Georgewash seeing them parade ington got under way at The former emperor wore nn air officers the regimental flag under which they wont come as good news to the Canadian upon the future development of the reprezwited d country cannot be r ON PAGE 5 i of relief when arrived at Ameroii but that soon Kveil his cheery wifo can not now rouse him from his The former empress is really something of a and tries to make her hus band look on the bright side ot but in The distinguished fugitive lias terror in his i juiy Herr Hohenzollern keeps more and broken up in ranee raore to himself and is constantly tne men according st less inclined to go The clal the married coming spondent says that his informant alld the men put into g oups H Mp various For the First Time NEW the firsfj time in the nations history a presi dent stepped on board a steamship V c V ell ill t from of the Canadian The original agreed upon a conference of ministers held in last was that the battalions ALL AbRtED himself aiid is constantly the men according to st the nationb to go The correi the married coming represented at the interallied con g hjs men lllto groups ference here ytoterday nay be spondent sa place representative of the various garded as In agreement wltli the I took htn to wjndow iu comlllg to Cauada as those policy of Lloyd as to com i le pointing to w iiRlHns GermaliYvto uuy to the limu tne rontimnan pelllng VI Sebastopol is governed a coali tiojj committee of mer chants and The people want to establish Crimea as a selfgov with itscapital as Simp tindef the federal repuhllc of i Armed workingmnn maintain I ordefin at but the iti charge fear disorders af 06 disappearance of allied Bolshevik Outbreak Is Feared Berlin according to the Deutsche Zeitung of seriously fears a Bolshevik out break under the leadership of the Radical The extremists are said to have quantity of artillery and munitions The newspaper demands that the government act energetically before it is too late and declares that Premier Ebert and Phlllpp Schiedemann will be responsible If one drop of blood is The memorial ia boing con sidered by the cjiblnet today18 a result of the conference Ueld liere last suggests in a general way of the appointment of on welfare bureau take a the refining or materials in re the immediate works co in the matter of tectfclcal education estab lihment of employment and iiftt utilization and development of Cuiiadlan water powers cooperation the militia department and tho government employment bureaus in the problems of and the commencement of an optim1 ism in which the news1 papers of the country will be asked to The memorial vas presented by Tom president of the i and labor council genera secretary of the Canadian Manufacturers and w Willis representing the joint committee Ot technical Of outstanding importance is the fact that the document presented to he government this afternoon repre ents the result of the most compre ensive effort ever made in o bring capital and organized labor ogelher In the interest ot a better KM REFUSES llUHUlg of her capacity iTlie allied represen tatives were alsd agreed the pro position of trial tliose re on humanity sponsible tor o during reply of Admiral comman derlhchiefrol thV British to a request by Germany for miti gation of naval terms of the ar refuses any concession regarding merchant shipping or fishing in the North the Berlin Wolff Bureau the the gentleman said The former emperor sits at that window writing as though against after sheet after often all the forenoon and all the ALLIED ONESEVENTH OF Express claims to he able to deny the report from Berlin yesterday that a new ultimatum had been sent to the Ger mau government because all the loco motives be handed over under the terms ot the armlet toe cannot be Itvered at newspaper sajri that it U true that Germany Is no keeping up to stipulated schedul and thst MareueJ Foch has given warning that Germany will be heli responsible for further bn has not find a tlae limit for th carrying out of dense relatlv to railroad POLES AT where Germany negotiated the peace treaties with Russia and the has been occupied by according to the Neue says a Geneva dispatch to LInform Bovere msnt has ereated a fund of whleh will be eve liable by way ef lean to the eeveral provin cial governments In In connection with the carrying out ef pregrame fer better heustng threugh municipalities e THE WEATHER tew FereeastnUght ABDICATION OF Jl tien of the German orown prince wee expected te be published to aeoerdlng te the North Ger men the fermer semi efflelal The abdication will net concern his it COMMITTED CRIMINALS Recent pegreme in Lemberg were com mitted by released Ukrainian criminals who also sacksd and burned many homes of Chrietians according to the Pollen press bur quoted In a dlepatch frem Allegations by the Jewleh press incriminating Polish are dsslerod te be RKFUBID TO MEET THEM Amer ican treepe entered Trevee yes the German revolutionary committee tried te get In touch with but the eemmender of the fereee In the elty refused to grant an Interview Wireless reviewing the question of whether Germany is able to pay war damages and the war expenses incurred by the The Daily Mail declares that the estimated allied ex penses ef CSZWHPiflKOOO are less than oneseventh of the main German assets In The main railway systems In the German states arc the property of the various In own mines and large areas of The paper says that a moderate estimate of the value of Ger man mineral desposits is In 1871 Germany made France pay not only the cost of the but exacted a of and the surrenderof The Daily Mail says the the allies ask for no but require reparation LONDON to Mall aud ference has methods ot mak ing Germany Itappears to be recognized that Bodies have lit tle but potential industrial which the press and high opin ion here agree must shoulder a stup but just For Damage Done tne chamber of deputes yesterday a num ber of deputies proposed the chamber adopt a resolution concenun the indemnity to be levied the enemy The resolution says chamber of deputies having taken note of tho armsitiee terms im posing on our enemies reparation for damage invites government to in agreement with the allied fiscal charges which will cov the expenses caused by the These should be divided among them by a financial commission of the nat ions in proportion to their populations and the strength of their respective contributions to the carrying on of 4 Ik A Wit Clause 19 the armistice conditions requires that the enemy powers shall make reparation for damage Views of British Government at Bootle Andrew Bonar the chancellor of the con firmed the statement that the British iad decided to nress the timEGONTEMPHBLES ARE IN GERMANY LEAGUE UK iTiHjrKe boken dock awaiting the executive s arrival from The Washington was prepared to two hours later on its unprecedented vovase to where the presi dent is to lake part in the peace con military receptioii was Riven the presidential party on arriving by special which ai rived lloboken at Between the spur track on which the train drew up at the entrance to the pier an arch of American flags had been As the president stepped from the train bugles and drums sounded and an played The Star Spangled Accompanied by his the presidential party moved slowly under the archway flags and between solid sol who presented arms as the Detachments of the British army pushed out this morning across the frontier to German soil and the once forbidden domain of mil itarism is now furnishing billets for the contemptible little army whieh aroused Germanscorn in RIGHTS OF NEUTRALS AT PEACE CONFERENCE Widmer of Woflng introduced a resolution in yesterday inviting the Swiss government to immediately approach neutrals for purpose ofJointly establishing the claims and rights of neutral nat ions at the peace par ticularly relative to a future lea gue of LOAN ID FRANCE presi surrender sur J Ham should be demanded and tuat ne should stand his The chancellor also announced that the government had appointed a com o Caught on the Fly LETHHRlDGIi IS tho deadest city 1116 mittee to examine scientifically into thu how much the enemy would be able to The govern ment would propose such procedure to the and he believed it ho An interallied would then inquire into the whole question and decide what amount was Steps would then be taken to secura its As the Ameri can was kunallo to attend tho allied conference in Lon don or Bonar Law it was impossible that pesos ot and ing the present British loan to These loans are to be spent for Uruguayan NEW dis patches from Published here this quote Senator Wil of in the course of yesterdays debate in the senate us saying two Englishspeaking coun tries the United States and can maintain aleague of even if Italy and other nations refuse to a part in If the two Knglishspeaking na tions go into we can by our sea power by our control over raw ma by our control over natural force the other nations of the world to do leagues can agree thtit any civilized na tion that makes war upon another without first submitting the questions in controversy to an arbitration tri bunal shall be outside the of nnd the freedom to operate upon the high seas shall be denied to that access to the raw materials and markets which the two nations in the league shall control shall be denied to and In that wo can keep peace in the world for a hundred years it we only have the courage to do That what President Wilson is going to Europe a Msn said he wag looking forward to the voyage as a the first rest since he assumed countered on the morthern Many Netabies The George Washington carries many note personages on this voy age Besides the they a chide Secretary Lansing and Henry White former ambassador to France nd Italy with House and Gen Tasker both already and la delegation to the Reconstruction Committee Is to Work f T Reshortly was uovered by the discus OrcanUation of the Ke suluclimeB waked aerim fleclsioh could be reached on any IsKltinniLniCi in Decision coiliu ue reuuiieii n the west when it comes to He now only who wm report to Admiral aval epresentative now with the peace lw BiclanGeorge chairman the committee on public information mandUie military aides and gers at the conference I chief of military gence division Raymond chairman of the commission on tram ine camp who will direct welfare work for the war department among American soldiers in andli members of the peace 4 NONE HAVE YET AWRIVED Secretary Maddlson of the Veterans has received tele phone message from Medicine coming hack the returned The boys went uway with hands play crowds gathered to see them and flans were They come home thereIs no one to meet and they get the opinion that nobody cares a continental about It isnt very and tends to ile press the men who are lacing tlte very uncertain problem of getting back into civil Surely something i can he done to change all President Lougworili ot1 the OUR CONCKUN has had man aud we are ready to take them 1 believe the majority of the employers iu Hie city are ready to do Hlie same with their former em viows ot the BritUh ployees wlw have been lu diem had yet fie will be notified as scion as ithey meeting of the reconstruction committee last night that the in the immediate vicinity at I he city could absorb FRENCH IN GERMANY WITH THE FRENCH ARMY IN The 10th French army on its way to the Rhine and Mayence has crossed the German frontier of occupying the valley of the Tin advance Into Ger man territory has been without in cident and sppsire likely to carried out in perfect order and ESSENTIAL TO PEACE old town eeuneil last nleht elacsd itself en record as declaring the surrender ef the former kaiser to irltlsh justice absolutely essential U perma nent construction Committee was proceed ed with at the meeting called on Tues dav evening inthe mayors with presi of was elected while 15 new membors of the commit tee were consisting of the fol lowing Commissioner Commissioner Ultchie John F Mac H Reid Smith anil Sbep The idea in picking these rep resentative men was to connect up with Uie various avenues of employ ment as soon aa Unfairness of Pensions Much of the time of the meeting which sometimes wifxed acrim especially when veterans pres ent told of tlmir complaints against the working of As the George Washington oui into the North amid the harbor craft sirfcns and other din was taken cussiou of concerning up in roundtable dis the various Hie pension Pivsidfiu Uongworth i t nvtviit of the would have to be radically changed if u spirit of Bolshevism among the returning troops was to be He attqck cd the unfairnoss of pension com mission at Muflical hoards examine reiurnoil men in the west and tlnd them unlit and recomniend them for a pension basnd on a certain per centage of The papers go to and the pension commis sioners there cut the disability the ponalou in half or more than that without having over seen the man The result Is thut the soldier is dis he isnt given a fairoppov tuiilty to meet competition he findswhen out lo take a and his comrades are also wade of the men of tba army back into civil life ouce Everything from critic ism of tUa pension the need for finding immediate em ployment for men who are returning veniarli statements from Cunnlughum uud ftladdisou o the OH Wilson stood on the to IV JlovJM hlle an army baud ou Over Against Militarism President Wlimmg departure today or Europe to attend tha peace con erence it became known that be goes determined against militarism in ay The crushing or Prussian a part of his plan for the uture peaceof the whole cording to persons who with him on the transport Washington before it around unotlicially on the house side of the Rtr resentative Carter of Vlrs chairman of the and currency Md been chosen by President Wilson to come secretary of ;