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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta XI. LCTHBftlDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, DECKMBER 5, 1U18 NUMBKR'302 REIGN OF TERROR MAY SOON IN BERLIN CITY He Would Like lo Lire in England As a. Private- tltuor to let ui larilior txny from Holland. We down ami out and su? falser Is broke c man. Isn't that enough the crown prlcep silj Jn an on the Is 11, tid of AVlarlngen, -where bo Julerned, with a correspondent o( Daily Mirror. Frederick William td UiBt ha alvija favored a a T-'lth .Usrmtny find Great Britiia Ihgm lo together. number bis beEt were In England and hn only wished be could live a private citizen. "I with my father in re pard to Ornat be coulJnnad "I told him Britain would, lie ngalusl us, he would not believe 'Some Comments ttcc. SnlervICT, xvllh Frederick William, Uia former German crown ptlnce, obtained by (he 3'rcss, has created wl'le- tntoTfttt hi Hnelaod. Under a New York ria.te line, the interview la displayed aj tbo principal news of the ilay in the London and provincial press. Several loa-dlne newspapers deal vrlth. ihe Interflow editorially at con- siderable length. "It must ba regarded aa one oC the most sensational intervktca ever declares the Naws. says "life Daily "unlike sonic documents of this ererj. evidence of fenuiue- It 3 [upta! purpose !li might pot a' Very 19 fa- terided to-MculpaU crown it'.lhe expense pt anybody else Let Santa Visit Every-Home WIHfam QUV9F 4.00 5137.75 Not one LeUibrldco ahoulil bo 'Uj'ClirlstmaB for the fclddlw till IAWOD. There ire rnauy homos to look after, too, The Retire Ohib IB Rftw Lbe Soldiers' Kiddies, but there are many beeldei ihwa who will rot have a rlsft from San I a Claus unless The Herald Cfartstiois Chear Fun can urovide Ihem, The Ilolarlaiia havu already donated to The Herald food, aud Din public in appealed tn tor furLUtr tubi crip Hon. Lei not gno child know Iho lack of Chrlgfrnw Chocr ihla Liebknecht to Commence Terroristx Reign in Berlin t fARIS, Dec; lerroriit revolution" under [he Iticfenhip of Dr. LTefckncchi, yi; .Radical Soclillit, will break out In Berlin Friday even- Ing, according to a dllpatch received by the Zurich correspondent of the Jourrul. Liebknecht, the report his men well armed. The population of Berlin, is. it the mercy of of and there apptari to be tio authoi'lty there. Chaotic Condition wire- situation Sa Oer- maqj continues o'l- BCUTB, says the AnHterdam corres- pondent or the Daily K.tpr'esa.' Kvsry i to bo ciuarrelllng with elae uid member of tho Socialist party Is trying lo out-do bis "liis; thereatler, tlgwei'ln the harass ing..of. Premier As'iultli, the threat- Two Eravu dangers, tho correspomH -storming c( pavllauiEat. anil cut declares, appear to be confront-[ other incidents.---Sbc is pleader in cr iflfi hie humble, a? ill. to think slandered this brave and honored pit- among the. German ruling1 seems to have wr- celvccl Ihe fihaaijy, of this EOIN1 Nonxi nation .Day Brings Out a .Ac- atloa meat 'election and BOQC the tho appear- to Davil Lloyd which dis- trict Lloyd Gorge bqlfls seat. Ho U Austin Hwriion', of the Eng- lish and- alandlng '.oii( ths oi nmtlons ARE MITES Chria.abel Pankhurftl is Cttn :a Who T-OXDOX, Dep. 5-- Among the can- didates 'for parllainoiU :iominaled or Tuesday iverc H ivomeu. They .In tludo ph'rlMabel PankhurBt, daugbtfly of Krameliflo Pank- Uuiat, the suffrage lender; Mrs! Fred- erick K ioiut editor of Voles for Wonieu; MIES iferj- 31c Ar- thur, ot the UritlEh Women's 'Tradg; Union j "aid Counters .Markfevlcz, of Dublin, the Sinn FOID Miss Chrifltkbel lias been active British militant suffrage for more than ten years. In waj Imprvsoeed lor 10 a iiolilical olfciice Miners of District 18 May Strike Monday If Japanese Labor Is Not Discharged ttio uen- German republic. Ono Is en's 'Social 'and 1'oUUcal n pc. no s the- IrpatHtClaL movouionl, beaded liyl Union, and an exile Uic Ilavarlan leader, who "to France. "Ste. Vis spob'en before il iasuiiig propaganda (he'lead- ership ot llcrlln and appears lo be willing lo create a south German rc- large.audienceVpf women la Australia "Sihor vcouotries. llrs. I'.'PellilSt Lawrence [irstcanio public, including Bavaria. Wurttem- prominence; In. 1-onJon In 1912, bura, Saioay anil suvcra] other vvaa "irrestol OR u charge other danger, which, the corres- IH Mil L JurkTsh fleet is'now In the hands of the admiralty an- nounced The after surrendering, were intern- ed in the fiolden Horn, at Con- ttantlncple. The former German cruller Goeben waa among th6 surrendered SIC! PVnfch anothe Laler.'jMrs. Lawrence be Mrs. Emmellao urst to or r bioremcnt in Jfafv" McArtlixir. is'pTKident ganize Eog- A general strike cf all the mln- ere of'Diatrict IS of the U. M. W. of A. embracing not only ths Leth- brldpe mines but those m the Past, the Vellowhead district, will be called on Monday next unless the mines which are employing Japanese or Chinese miners dscharge these by that This Information was given lo Th< Herald this morning from an authentic source, and Fuel Com- missioner ArmEfrcng has already been notified by officials of the district that the strike will be called. It (a understood that Com- missioner Armstrong is endeavor- ing lo have, a settlement of the dispute before the strike can be called. It is slated by miners' officials that for some time Oriental labor has been ernptoyed in the mines here, and thjal the miners absol- utely refuse to wgrk so long as they are employed. Vice-president Christopher, of the district, has ijteri in the city for the week, and It Is under- stood that he it the official who la- sued the fori the strike, President Biggs being absent In the north on business, A strike at the present, time would be a very serious thing for the people who are using coat, as the cold weather is com- mence at any day, SECRETARY'S STATEMENT (.Social rn iht CALGARY, Dec. Browne, -wcrctury of District Xo. slateJ to- day ill at no general Gtrike had as yet Ijeen called, but thai an uUimatum had Ijeen issued to (he Gait Collieries at Lethbrlilgc to ihe effect that tnc Japs employed there rausL ne dis- charged or a local strike would be called. Ji iiiat did Jiot wort, a gen- eral strike would be called. Allies Will, Have To Act PARIS, Dec, of serious gravity occurred within the Last few days in a prison camp KuSaxony, allied prisoners are confined, the Echo de Paris declares. The governments, it adds, are reported t? have decided lo act energetically In thnt connection. After declaring that protects came from all parla of France against the terrible treatment of French and other allied prisoners by ihe Ger- the paper Bays that Marshal Foch nnd the allied dobblless w'tll be able to take all necessary measures. ol an astonjahlntf charmctar Tirought out "at Hie rrsumplleo ot Ili0 Inquiry yailendaj Into the cluircet rrf trartlclclnj; In military service vmptlons AfaLait Pfem, N.P.,