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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Hcmlcl VOLUME xi, TODAY, DKCIJMWM 1918 Xl'MHKR 303 POLICY DEMANJ) GENERAL ABOLITION CONSCRIPTION Die. British at the peace con- will demand general and jbioluta abolition of conscription throughout Europe. Wlnilon Snen- Mr Churchill mnde thli announce- ment In tcriech hen tonight. Bring Hun Leaders lo Punish- ment is Policy ol Premier f. Policy Outlined as Regards Empire's De-j velopment. Dec. delalUd sutcruenl 6t his policy, Issued by J'rcmler -Lloyd-George today, colling for the Irlnl nnd punlshmcuL of the lueu resiKjnsiblo for Ibe wav, however lilgh their lie pledsod iho en- tire Influence of (lift DrJMsJi xovern- iii en L nt the peace con tere to sen. JLhnl. Justice .wps ilone. -In declaring exclusion of ail enemy aliens from British-. Soil, Ihe premier polnleil out tbat a. consider- able o( enemy residents In tlie Uiittod Kingdom during the vrar liiu'l RbuseU their hospitality and thus fond forfeited their claims to reinalu. Must Be Proiicutsd In bis atalcracnl, the premier; after jfaylng a vvnrm Lrlhuib lo the soldiers Bailors of Hie Empire satd: The must he jirdsccuteu. The war crirae. Who dpabla that1! It vttVX-lriEhlful, terrible crime." It in which It plainnad and hi the deliberate yanlonuesB it1 waa'prO' voted: a crime la. the Ie says: "All classes must give confidence lo those ulm havo b'ralns. Those ivho have capital also, and to those Intervention .havfilijni and resi o! ments- 'TVere in.tbe neutral' creased ulted -ia n Bolshe frenzied 'class elcu llic'Uter raids on London and Paris were-built here The machine being constructed there- for tho trans-Atlantic correspondent, has a wing 'spread'-.ol 198 feet and' engines of liorse power. Almost iiniuedijtely after the armis tlte.waa slgniitl Uio Slaakca plant be gaiv.ccnvtirLing the fighting; planes oil Iiafid into conimcrcial to link all Hie European capitals with Berlin and dozens ot planes, bull entirely of aluminum are befog trans formed for postal service. Tha correspondent says he. learned the zeppclln. factory at Fried Tfchshafcii is buildiug AC oirshlp fo voyages, capable o carrying 100 passengers! uiue engines and eight propellers.: COPENHAGEN, Dec.' At a hi eating of SjOOO leading citizen? of the Rhineland in Cologne on Wednevday it was in view of the impossibility of lishinfl regular government In lo proclaim al the earliict moment an independent the German dreued by Karl Trimborne, a reiclntag" deputy, and Herr Earth, a Radical member of the Berlin government. spondcnt, because lie .employed by the Hearst organs, which, the message said, liad.outgpokeuly placed themselves on lUo German stde. BieUski told the committee that Hale was on tlio Hearst pay roll for J3DD A wecK, and also employed nt ?13ijOO a year by a publicity or b.aUon formed In thts country by Dr. 'Beriianl Dornberff, the Germnn propagandist. Halt a Traitor Suggesting on June 1916, i Ihe 'time was favorable "Lo Ret Hearst to send a lirsl-rate journalist to Ber- U'ernstorff lold lha foreign office ilhat-the nian'selecled was Ilnlc, ivlio been .1 confidential ngent of "the: embassy since thfl heginnin? of Iho.war nnd was bound as sucli by contract la -lime 23, 1913.; the arohaasador's message not aware that Hale ts our nt. but Jtnowa.him only as a Ger- uianophllc journalist who has con- tributed iMdlng articles _ to papers." according to the witness, was nald'fixthe German government to v'sll Rumania nod If possible pre- vent, entrance of that nation Into the Mar 3Ir. Hearst, Bielaskl said, was) Ignorant of Halo's cmnloyment en AMSTERDAM, Dec, The Duwelttorf a copy of- which hts been received here, uyi Gen. N'udanl, oreiident of the. Fran oil ermistiee commisaion at Spa, ha> presented a note Vc thi German demand- Ine fur the month for Ihe British >rmy of ocsiipatlon mtrki and for French 000 rnzrks, to armiis' ex- UNIT! WITH SERBIA; PARIS, 5, Alexander .of 3er- blft htiVecelved a delegaUpn from of.ihfr Slav pejiplta, which presented tn---.lia.Uoiy have marie a name tor themselves. were Ilia (Irst to enter be Bays. "Talk about a welcome.. I could not describe U._-- -The jreopla Vere cratr. I thought were gil- ing Lo pull" us ,lo There vrhose hupband wilb tha I General Currio. It was immense, es- ou serricc.' Mr. WarldarX lelier .Is when one of our bands played and one grand whoop o( Joy over Uie H'clgian rational (he fcal ot capturing and people loarieil us wilh cigars and over tlic slgr.ins armistice, Tvhlrh news t' belorc lie h.id Ihc I re-1 Mr. Harklar says lie hopes lo be thcjablc to rclurri home very shortly, That-plans are ta of preparation for the new of agriculture to be "erected Raymond Wai tha itatemtfit rnads In Edmonton this by Hon. A. J. McLean. Thic will gMd "newi for the people of Reiymond, for It is the tlefTritte an- nouncement that the tchboT to be located thoiifh It hat been generally undentoed that Raymond hive the honor. Lart .tha govern- ment purcbuted Und adjoining the town, and both Irrigation dry firming practice! wilt laueht The new school wHh out- buildings w4ll C4it In nelghborhfiod McLean tlie announced that ,the government wai-eofliid- ering'the erection of dormttftry buildings at Cfiretholm, and Vermilion, at a. cast of about HU4T PROTECT BELGIUM. PARIS, Dec. PreiJdint Pelncare, (n their the bviqurt In the Palaca lavt-nigKt, newipapert point out, auallwl neutrality whkh did not protect nor MVi Europe from the aggresaipn of Germany. Both declared that inutt hp cpry stdered of gtving Belgium ihe strength ahe to keep htr In the world to which "she a right., KAISER'S SON JOINS X THE NEW GOVT. Dec. twTV-lhird son former man hai joined the ent government, accordinf to a Berlin dlioatch.to tho Is hgw at Potsdam, it It uM. ,TO 'i WITH: MefcTng Incoi Switzerland, ntwipaoert, a No the Daily it fast of the famous Black-FomA part of ;