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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Hcmkl A REIGN OF TERROR MAY DECEMBER 1918 ART SOON IN RERUN OTY WE ME AND OUT SAYS He Would Like to Lire in England A0 a Private Citizen Let Santa Visit Every Home Wllllswi Not home to Abridge should bo Cheer There mre homos to look the Uddloa thla There mre omos o ooSng after the Soldiers but there are many thW who will Hot have n Ylslt from Santa Cau9 unless The th who w ot ave n Ys Herald I Sristirie Chear Fun can provide for The Kotarlana havo already dooatid 1150 to The Herald and thn public IB appealed to for not one child know the lack of Christmas Cheer this Blntfilltt elamor to get us farther away from are down and out and my father Is a broken thai enough tbe former crown prtaee said In an intwttew on the Island of ho is with a correspondent of We Dally Frederick William added that he always favored with Germany and Great Britain and wished them to work number of his beBt friends were u England and he only wished he could live there aa a private I disagreed with my father in re sard to Groat be continued I told him Britain would be against he would not believe Some Comments interview Frederick the former German crown obtained by the Assoclatod has created wlle epredi Interest in Under a New York date the interview Js displayed aa the principal news of the day in tbe London and provincial Several leading newspapers deal with the Interview editorially at con elderable It must be regarded as one of tnc moat sensational interview ever declares the Evening The says tbe Dally unlike some documents ot this bears every evidence of genuine Its main purpose aa we might not a very brave It is In tended to eiculpate crown prince at the expense ot anybody else who happened to be convenient The Liverpool In an ironic prince has shriv ing his an American and his confession ought w really humble us To think how we Hlaodered this brave and honored pat the one man among the German ruling class who seems to have per ceived the ghastly wickedness of thia Liebknecht to Commence Terrorist Reign in Berlin PARIS terrorist revolution under the leadership of the Radical will break out In Berlin Friday even according to a dispatch received by the Zurich correspondent of the the report has men well The population of according to at the mercy or gangs of and there appears to be no authority PROMPT ARE CANDIDA IN BRITISH ELEC1N Chrutalxl Pankhurst U Con tearing a they Arc Miners of District 18 May Strike Monday If Japanese Labor Is Not Discharged SIORnOLDOF Chaotic Condition wire political situation tin Ger many continues extraordinarily oil many Bays the Amsterdam corres pondent of the Daily Kvery jody seenn to be quarrelling with everybody else and every member of LLOYDGEORGE HAS IT tlie can didates for nominated on Tuesday were 14 They in elude Miap Christabel Pankhurst daughter of Emmelins Pank the suffrage lender Fred erlck editor ol Votes for Women MIBS Mary MeAr secretary of the British Womens and Coutites ol the Sinn Foln Miss CUristabel Pnnkhurst lias been active in the British militant suffrage movement for more than ten In Blio was Imprisoned for 10 weeks for a political i and thereafter figured in the harass ing Premier the threat ened storming of and is a leader in Social and 13 la r the SpartaeiBt headed by tbe Bavarian leader who en m issuing propaganda against the the Socialist party la trying to outdo comrades in the fever of his re Two grave the correspond appear to be confront otner o social ani wuucai ing tho new German One the w ome wag an exile the Spartaeist headed by fc before tlie Bavarian who In one ership Berlin and appears to be willing to create a German re including Wurttem PetUUSk Lawrence first came into In ixmdon in Saxony and several other when was arrested on a charge The other the oi conspiring t incite riots by sur nondrnt is equally to nine montbs that arising from the quarrel between imprisonment jjhe started a tlie Berlin military soviet Us ger penalty was modi Nomination Bay Brings Out a By clamation Ac wae nomln atton or cnmdidatea for parlia ment inthe general election and among the surprises was tho appear to David Lloyd Gearys from which dis trict Lloyd Gone holds his He ia Austin editor of the Eng lish and fs standing on the majority of extremist and Bolshevlkl and 8ne and the Berlin executive committee A general strike of all the min ofDistrict 18 of the of embracing not only the Leth bridge but those in the and in the Yellowhead will be called on Monday next unless the mines which are employing Japanese or Chinese miners dscharge these by that This Information was given to Herald this morning from an authentic and Fuel Com missloner Armstrong has already been notified by officials of the district that the strike will be It is understood that Com missioner Armstrong is endeavor ing to have a settlement of the dispute before the strike can be It is stated by miners officials that for some time Oriental labor has been employed in the mines and that the miners absol NAVY HAS utely refuse to work long they are VicePresldent of the has been in the city for the fiast and it is under stood that he 13 the official who Is sued the orders forthe President Biggs being absent in the north on A strike at the present time would be a very serious thing for the people who are using as the cold weather is likely to com mence at any SECRETARYS STATEMENT Sppfllll to MlC IlMn secretary of District stated to day Mint no eenernl strike had UK yet been but that an ultimatum had been issued to the Gait Collieries at Lethbridge to the effect that the Japs employed there must be dis charged or a local strike would be If that did not a gen eral strike would be Sir Eric Geddes Lauds Navy in Speech Telling of Great During the Allies Will Haye To Act PARIS Dec Incidents of serious gravity occurred within the few days in a prison camp where allied are reported to have decided to act entire Turkish fleet is now In the of the the admiralty an nouneed The after were intern ed in the Solden at Con The former German cruiser Goeben waa among surrendered INVOLVED IN THE EXEMPTION CASE of an astonishing character waa brought out at the resumptlou of tM inquiry yesterday into the charges trafficking In military service ex emptions against George ot Montmagny Orner Guay and ot this Adelard aged 23 of one ot the wltneMO that Abbe Le Militant priest at had lold him that he the abbe had heard that Plon had secured for a number of young blt that it would cost The witness and his father had called to see Plon and had later come to Quebec and had met Plon and They were toW on taat occa uloii that enmpUon oould not given for less than Tfce aeirt when went to PlonV liome at MonUmiay to PUm agreed to cut off Auber father ot the corroborated his soaa paid that hahad to Plous house on that day and had given Plon wife V500 In cash and a draft to payable In three EISNERSJSpEIS READY 10 RE HU the Bavarian ad to priTateljr declared him ready to resign when tha na tional aajomMr raguUted tha according to a Mu iiioh AddrsMtai las aoidlare ana work da rlarad tha BaTarUa goTarnment was ouooaad to any laaa of separation xom Oennany aa a the sacui Ur ot which ha regarded aa obtain able only by crtaUoa ot a 1 JHETERMS ASKED platform of a league of nations and the abolition of Another striking feature of the nominations was the large number of unopposed out of 707 members to be elected to new 104 haye already been returned unopposed coalition Unionists 28 coalition Llberala 11 Laborites 27 Sinri Fein era one Nationtliat Indepen Among those elected are Arthur foreign secretary William parliamentary undersecretary to the home department John Robert former food controller Austen Chamberlain and Will Labor LONDON those I of the employment of women conduc fhe Sinn tor turn to work at oclock this after with cars in operation on all The strikers will assemble at 1 oclock today to vote on terms that ellrn is released on her promise further militant Lawrence be came irom Emmeline Pankhurst hislped to organize another movement in Eng Miss Mary McArtnur ia of the National Federation of Women Some yTB when she plannedto London to fit Lend a Womens Trade Union League convention at the British authorities refused to grant her pass Since the war the organiza tion of which she is the head joined the British Labor party and entered actively into The Countess Georgtna wife of a Russian artist and drama tist living in Dublin figured promi nently in the Sinn Fein uprising of Easter Week in A few months previously the police raided her house in London and seized a quantity ot proGerman In the Dub lin affair the countess killed a guard during the attempt to capture Dub She was sentenced to but this was later commutted to life A few months ago she was came from parta of France tJrrlble treatment of French and other allied prisoners by the Oer Jhe Marshal Foch the allied 8overnments doubtless will be able to take all necessary work of British navy during the war was laml by Sir Eric first lord ot thn in Ills address opening the sea power exhibition ot and relics in London The sea power of the British from the very outbreak of the lie Held all the fleets ot the world in a silent crushed the Ufa out of thn enemy countries and assur ed the freedom ot the world by its ef Sir Eric pointed out that it was thra assistance of the navy which had enab led food and munitions to sent to Italyand while Qrenf Britains own munitions for the west ern front had been carried on back ot the It was the navy1 which had enabled the British ex peditionary forces to be conveyed to in which more than men all told conveyed with a total loss from all causes of less than It was the ho which the operations to be carried on in and Pales tine and which had brought about condition of things which resulted In the breaking down of while behind the navy was the blockade which crushed the life out ot the ctti tral powers and made them sue lor PARISISFILLED TO elected De it Olare 400 street carmen who went on strike at 5 oclock Tuesday morning because WT ASK RETURN OF Enormous Prices Demanded For Food and Hotel Accom modation is filled to Prices of all hotel following the requisi tioning of 25 hotels for peace con ference doubled and tripled and are still going Food prices in restaurants and Paris gen erally are A breakfast ot coffee and bread and butter con tinues to costbetween and at U ia virtually impossible to lunch or dine for less than British naval authorities have decided that it will be unnecessary to de mand the return of Heligoland to Great Britain from Spencer the minister of announced in a speech at Dundee Churchill also said government had decided upon the nationalization of the Maintain Naval Defenses enter the peace said Churchill during the course of hiH with the absolute de termination that no limitation shall be imposed on our right to maintain our naval defenses do not 1914 to Eric the 10th cruiser squadron had kept tin der guard a stretch of sea 800 mOes from the Orkneys to had intercepted ships piles to enemy AltnOilgli this work had been accomplished ipK the most part in the dead of ttftht or in bad amid tempests less than 4 per cent of sels succeeded in passing the of The British British sea Sir had been the plTot on which the not only of the but of the had AND ALLIES AGREED ON forth Roseommott and William Cos tor Kilkenny The aucceae ot the Wan Faluers in aaoorlng M LtC Irish aaata it tlie n the last parliament of a total ot their another nated from the street car service not than March PLACES LOCOMOTIVE ORDER for tha eonatruetlon of MO standard locomotives have been awarded ky tha railway ad ministration to the American Director Qsnaral MeAdoo aald this order la In aMltlen to ona for 100 Mi kado standard laeomotlvaa recent ly plaeatf with the Mm a Locomo tive The two Involve tha axpantfiture of BOYCOTT AGAINST CHILE Chi lean MMulieneral left yesterday ftr atatlno that his gov ernment had advlaed him to take the awhivee with Tha boy ettt Mtnet vaaaala con forcing thata which have aargoea to Peruvian ports to return home In It is reported that Peru has aakad American for a loan of or approximately WASHINGTON tTATC BONE PRY NOW Waefclngton formally vacama a atate at midnight last night with the laauanaa of a pro alamatlew tleter announc ing the paaaage at the November eleotlen of prohibition refer Thla to a definite end the liquor permit aystam which waa nullified by the state CHRISTMAS IN LONDON the Man cheater Guardian today says it will spend a few days conferring with House In and will go thence to returning from Italy to spend Christmas in and going again to Paris for the re mainder of his QUELL FOOD RIOlSINpANY Stores Kill ed When Guns Turned on Mob guna were used in suppressing food riots in Cologne on accordj ing to roports received Several j stores in different of the city were There were a num ber of casualties in the ranks ot the several being or 400 for a simple People no matter what arguments and ap vrivine in Paris frequently go to are addressed to to lend i i 11 l ativr f AfrPV 15 or hotels before they secure for which the owners demand large sums and refuse to lower their saying they can get the The city is becoming more crowd ed in addition to all the other officers and men of all the ourselves in any way to any fetter ing restrictions whipb will prevent the British navy maintaining its welltried and welldeserved suprem V rhe Island of formerly was ceded to Great Britain in In 1H9U Great Britain ceded Hb UiaUJ no all demand accommodations CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS DISCUSSED schema ol o thc construction and higllway8 was one of tire subjects discussed at the inter provlnoial conference and and recently deputy miniti His Views Believed to Coincide With Those of The Other Allies l will be no formal surrender of Gernuin substance of the discussions in London early this week between the representatives of France and Italj with i re gard to tlie coining peace conference were cabled to the American and it is believed the mes sages reached President Wilson be fore he sailed for Europe thus putting him In possession ot full facts regarding the says there la reason to believe the presidents ad I visdrs are of the opinion that the views of the conference regarding the exkaiser are likely to coincide with those of President Wilson him self Responsible says this news holds that theexkaiser and other persons guilty of breachen of international law during the pro ter of railways and has been as W11S at time because appoTntwltoVeport as to the tunction Vt has been found impracticable to including which the Dominion government aRsemble airplanes at one those countries whlcusurtei ea mosw Caught on the Fly MAY AS WBLL accept the Ciict that a Saturday half holiday is going to become more and that the request of the letter carriers for a weekly half holiday is very like ly to be We have noti fied that after January the freight sheds here accept no freight after 12 oclock OH Satur indicating freight handlers will have a Saturday half holiday beginning the first of thu The practice is becoming gener Homo at todays meeting of the Board of THE OllTY IS SENDING a letter today to the Carnegie Foundation Fund to learn the exact status ot the promised grant of for a lib rary Some time ago the treasur er ot tha fund stated that nothing was being done during the but the war is over cow and we will renew On roceipt of an answer we will know better where we ataudv with reference to a public Mayor Hardle at the Hoard of After plundering the stores a great crowd gathered at the rood tlie welfare committee the city decided to suppress connection with aml It is doubtful whether Uarmauy retreated8 when the machine guns the were brought into FUNERAL OF PLAYWRIGHT fun js being eftecled by eral of Edmond tho who died gress of the war should be dealt with bv a tribunal of the associated gov Other casualties occurred iu con flicts between mobs aud the police throughout the WHAT WILL GERMANS DO WITH KAISER luis a sufficient number ot reliable pilots for that Hence the surrender in history of im air dele gation from the aoldiora and workmens council has arriv ed at Tha a Berlin dis patch Tha message Indicates that Its presence at Tha Nathtrlanda cap ital has to do with negotiations concerning former Emparor Wil liam in progress at tha German lection In The tha nature of which ia not BANK CLiARINOS Phis week Same m7 was held yesterday morning in the presence of a great throng of friends and Several members of the French and leaders in political and literary circles attended the PreBident Poiucare wus represented BUENOS An tonio Sagarlna has been appointed genfilne minister to This post has been vacant for aevnral OFFERS SERVICES Bo livian government haa offered to Chile the services of its consuls iu Peru if Chile CHINAS DELEGATE Cheng Itoretgn who tll lead Chinas delegation the peace con ference ut left last The aro shedding their wings in the course i retreat aud the advancing allios are picking them RE The weather forecast for Al berta today shows that very cold weather The tem perature last night went down to 5 while the high was Locai snow flurries are forecaat but the general forecast ia fair and very CHILE SHIVEJW BUENOS supposed to be caused by the earthquake iu northern Chile yes terday wore still being felt at the La Plata sU last CENTRAL EUROPE Repre sentatives of the Rumanian and Czechoslovak national councils are in session ihere to study the reorganization of central Statements issued said that through a permanent understanding between these four nations can futiira peace be MAGAZINE to is the name ot a magazine to Jished by the department of civil CLASS GOES IN aentatlva Carter was nominated today by Pr dant Wilson to ba aeeretary of treasury ;