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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PECEMnKK Control In Spartacus Spartacus Group Still in Contrdl at Be Peace Till The Englishmen Says a Sailor i ADITS HE LOST It o LloydGeorge Sees President Regarding Matters of De fence Statesmen Enter tain Wil sons conferences today with British are described in diiartevH to have been very natlsfac tory The president spent more than three hours before Premier Lloyd eorges luncheon in most intimate discussion with the premier and For eign Secretary Balfour at Bucking ham going over the general aspects of the 14 points of his peace U was leaimed that a great deal of progress was made in making clear some phases of the which arc uppermost in the minds of the principally as regards British naval supremacy president did a groat deal of Not Fit For Dogs Was The Common Verdict About the Northland com plaints about the conditions on the steamer which arrived ai Halifax this are voiced by re turned through the staff coi respondent of the Toronto Star whose dispatch from Halifax includes the fol was the mildest epithet ap plied to the food on board the troop ship Northland by the Toronto Bold iero who came back on the Last night in the casualty depot a crowd of them surrounded the officials and poured out a stream of protests ag nlnst the treatment accorded them Not lit for was the oxpies sion that rang Hke a retrain througl and It was said afterward It nothing developed to show that any substantial differencein princi ple or itt fundamentals who Sir Maurice A untll he to the committeeion n flrgt arrived at ftrti PaUfce this morning lot a with President ronference The day was dark and but a big crowd had arrived before the president made his Wilson was astir early this morning aud was busy with his sec There were a number of Am erican callers and the Duke of Con naught and Sir Richard vis ited the palace before the arrival of the Arthur see retary of foreign walked over different Ho had travelled in Egypt aud but verdict was that he never saw anything like the The food was absolutely The coffee was Posonout and tho tea absolutely When I came on board they packed into a little 1 13 loot I 28 of us like a lot of Hpace filled with bunks only wide and five feet 10 inches a 13 3 man with a bad knee aud sent to hospital on where the food was even worse than m the men Snent about the food in His dent from the foreign office to attend the conference between Lloyd George und tho nta The company invited to meet Preai thesiijpR hospital was borne out oy mt Wilson for the luncheon arrang n onuriy attended I had go to the chief stewand myself tell him that the food was not fit for the patients to the latter declar ed Not only the food ac cording to the unanimous statement of the but was badly dirty atccordngetotseverill the North land was To use their to be held today at Premier Lloyd Georges residence comprised a small gathering of elder the per1 Honnel Including the leaders in tho last aud the present government and the heads of three of the political paV Liberals and Lab The luncheon gave occasion for the BERLIN a result of todays delibera tions it is believed in some quar ters that the Majority Socialists will retire from the cabinet and leave the Independents In full control of the The tacus faction was still in late this afternoon after tho of fices of the Socialist newspaper which Were forcibly taken possession of by members of tho group on Wednesday Chief of Police how had promised the of tho newspaper that the invaders of the plant would be ejected by b oclock this in order to make possible the publication ot Fridaysissue by the regular The seizure of the newspaper was suggested during the demon stration at the palace on Wednes when Karl Liebkuecht and other Radicals delivered There were cries fof on to the Vorwaerts and the demon strators followed the Red Guard the printing which was unoccupied as the day was a holi After the volunteer printers started up tlfe linotype Spartacan writers pro vided copy for baud which were issued under the caption Red the Pied Guards had posted sentries at the doors and windows to reifel One of these sentries was au nnkemp carry ing a rifle in one hand and an umbrella in the The handbills contained a port of the demonstration and ex plained the seizure of the which was declared to be waV ranteil under the new law born of tho Another item declared Vorwaerts is the product of the blood and sweat of the Uermaii The newspaper was also refer red to as a lying dog and a reptile whose poisonous sire now about to be Tho retirement of Premier Rbert and Herr Schiedmfiinn and their intimate colleagues was also NODOin CZAR IS ALIVE is Known by One Allied To Left Alone The following and Southern Alberta soldiers are expected to arrive home this Lethbridgc Complain to Man of Se verity of Allied Terms Re garding Railway is no doubt that the czar aud his entire family are I am positive of was the declaration made to the correspondent of the Associated Press today bt Michael de Tchihat nephew of and who has Just returned from Bulgaria Professes to be Grati fied Wjth Allied Presence in the Ukraine after a recent trip to Petro Vilmi and I cannot reveal where the czar because he does not wish ho He does not care to be both ered and he wants to be left His whereabouts allied Accounts of his murder at Bkatrlnburg manufactured by Trotzky and teniuo for propaganda is known to an It is in a neutral garian political leaders profess to be gratified by the entrance of the en tente fleet into and express the belief that if assures an equitable and reasonable solution of the interminable question of who shall control the straits of the Dar This problem has been tha SEVERE STEPS constant nigtitmare of most oi Balkan particularly of shall is prepared to take drastic measures against the propagation of Bolshevism in that part of the German fleet remain ing in their according to a Berlin dispatch The sink Ing of vessels displaying the red flag and the execution of crews infected with Bolshevism is it is The text of the order attributed to theBritish admiralty inthe message under the flag will be t Vessels with tlv Bul Rumania and These countries always have considered tlu pOBSihility of Russian occupation Constantinople to be a serious men ace to their own national This fear was one of the causes which led Bulgaria to tako sides witn the central powers in Late when Russia abandoned her exclusive claim to Rumanias into the war on the aide of the entente was NEW PROBLEMS IN prob lems having arisen in the following allied occupation of parts of Russia and the French govern ment has summoned Louis commander of allied forces in to Paris a says the Echo de The general is expected to arrive in Paris In a few Hy Lincoln special cablu to Mail and 15m troops are withdrawing to liie bank til tho Rhino in good order and as fust as We ace doing best U terms oi the armistice laid down by Marshal severity of the terms makes very bard for us to succeed in Tn it may be physically impossible to flo all that is united of Thuw Field von Uinden military leader of defeated Ger phrased his view of the situa tionof his armies when I saw him bis Hindenburg received me in the reception room in tho Schlews Williulsholm whither he had moved his headquarters from in Across the park was the great Wilhelmsholm tho kaisers favorite summer resi in which Napoleon the third was interned following his capture at Sedan in German general headquarters was a gloomy Outside of a single still wearing a coalscuttle hel mounted staff of ficers with white faces flitted silently about tho long hotel corn dors None of them ever laughed and few could even We were immediately ushered into Marshal PEACEMEEI of the von a giant of bowed gravely as we bade us be He was clad in the familiar greygreen field uni The Order Pour le Merite and an iron Cross dangled fromfbis but lie wore no entered and other governments since Christmas have itgaln been approached by tha BOI shevlkt government of Russia gardlng the terms of These differ in no respect from those put forward by the former Bolshevlki anflmilM dor at through the wegian government in Hie nleas have met with no suit as they came from a ment which is not recognized by the allied manded by the Ukrainian leader drove Skoropadski from Kiev on Petlura himself entered the city last Prince a wealthy Polish land escaped and has reachea here with other which include 400 Russian officers driven out of the dietrict ot Dnbno by tinea Radzwill said to the Associated on his arrival Kiev is The ara open and it is still occupied by German under The horrors of anarchy in i especially Inthe Volhynlft tricf tan ndt be I 1 how landlords and their The luncneon gave mim be first visit by former Premier Asquith own expression they got Lauzy DC nrpmims official residence cause they could not bath I here to the premiers official CHUBB shin since the Liberal leader resigned his was only one bath on the whole Viscount another of they available for the men the party who retired from the As on miith cabinetat the beginning of the war on account pf his opposition to Great Britains participation in the was also morn Ing having suspended publication Tuesday for tho Ohrlatmas had to iiud space today for three days news from the by far the largest nart of every paper Is given over to President Wilsons other news being severely Throughout WANT FURTHER DETAILS OF SCHEME secretary of the Wai the correspondent of The Express at the German The correspondent says he talked with u dozen others of the men who express ed themselves similarly to the first some of them adding Dont let them send the French or there will bo more Tlie correspondent adds that all tue lower classes of Berlin are willing to HOO foreign troops in the feel ing that they have nothing to and perhaps something to gam u the presence of Tho correspondent considers one the most disquieting factors of the situation is tho part played by the sailors wives and some of whom participated in tho A Compromise Dec eleventh hour compromise with the revolting vessels in question THE WEATHER High Low no 47 20 DECREASE FREIGHT TRAFFIC SAULT 27 marked decrease in move ment of freight traffic through the canals here is shown the report ot the United States engineers otflce for the 1918 navigation just The total movement of freight of all kinds aggregated short the lightest movement since in his massive features You have come to us at a lime of great sorrow and he I am glad to see you and tell you of the situation confronting Then followed the statement quoted above concerning the difficulty of carrying out the armistice I inquired what he deemed the feature of the terms hardest for Germany to comply Delivery to the allies of so large a number of locomotives and railroad cars in so short aiimer came the quick eply To turn this rolling stock ver in the time stipulated can not be accomplished except at yie expense f great suffering for the German To another he observed have remained at the head of the rmv because 1 considered it my duty o remain in order to save my coun ry from After tho army has got home and demobilized my duty will have been get ting to be au old man and I am ready Hindy and Kaiser Were The Worst Cowards of Them AU Doing severely our com the descriptive as well as the Veterans i teen name Rec ton i to arentl ha gratification is expressed by that organisation over Wilsons presence und the Ottawa more detailed InfoimuUou peoples joyous which Is de clared to have been the warmest trib ute to a distinguished visitor that Lon don has ever There is a strain flt sympathetic personal greeting King through all the stories and tho writers regard tho popular acclama Uons of the present as being of war od by the same President Wilsons journey was a triumphal procession from the mom ent he says the and it was sincere affection and no mere curiosity that brought to his eara the tlon of the government apparently n from an extremlst christ eming tho manner In which tho mus Later reports from Berlin acale of government gratuities w s ls atlll arius claBseH of le men who have seen different phases Caught on the Fly HAS HBBN considerable c tremendous acclamations ot the peo innueB8a the country and e been more g had to bo the cause of The sailors gained more than they sought and will remain in Berlin as part of the republican soldiers The compromise provides that a div ision of troops from the western front which was sent to Berlin by Field Marshal von Hindenburg in response o an appeal by the will retire and leave the lapital the protection of two volunteer polic ing whicli are dominat ed by the The sailors of There have been more belted crowds but never crowds that so Impreiulvely express ed warmhaarted Taletranh says The warmth n K0me Cage8 nur8eg had to bo m tn nerve NliVBR OAN about aetan of Tuwo to Prealdont Wllaon AlberU weatheAu dry tall and open rmd been The wlnter doesnt with which we greet the dvy year B U U Is partlnflarly froe from laat oftan in other guests whom we have dallBhted to was a to be a wet mayor of Jta like THE BEST CHRISTMAS trade wo ever prominent mer or the lofty vision aud but also sending uu CUSTOMS JU8INEBS t4ii thun hey try there any likelihood of the Old governing elements returning to not discuss political matters Htiev are beyond my The marshal also said he could not forecast form the German for From there neiheadquarters of the kaiser and ils general staff is disclosing some extraordinarily queer facts these days about the men who engineered tbo world Take ifor Hln Germanys around whom verses of poetry have been written disclosing him as a fear loss Napoleon leading his troops to victory As a matter of fact he spent a great deal of the time in a wonder fully constructed funk or dug underneath thei Spa it may be is almost on the German and so far frotn the battle lines that it IB almost a days Journey in a fast motor car to Bet within sound of the big guns The flight of the now Trfsrves as a very good pantry for the Elaborately Equipped From the tiled room there was m other flight of stops that led down to the real This was blocked by a huge iron door about one inch in which could be locked from the inside Within it was fastenedbyadojjble bolt which would do cradll to auy banking estab The dugout was luxuriously On the floor was a heavy flowered carpet and u Louis table and chairs of corrugated were painted brilliantly lllu will assume the must he 111 Among other things Hindenburg ad mitted that Germany had lost the war Ho intimated that he would re lire as soon as his army was safely entrenched in his now Hindenburg was very particular in emphasizing his allegiance to the now German government They have begun to illtreat worn en which is something new to Bol shevism For if they can not find the husband or father they wish to they take the mother or I dressed as a retired em At every station it is a to Ret by Peasants are robbing and disarming German soldiers every whert being infuriated because o German thefts of gra n andI s estimated that possibly Ge mans are still left in Ukraine but hose in Kiev are I believe will eventually make their es all of vhich is inhabited by per conditions must be regarded being absolutely It is saidthat the defeat of Skoropadski may be attributed tact that two months under allied he proclaimed Ukraine a part of whereas the peasants want that country to be It is declared that hev thus played into ther hands of who promised land to the peasants and has land grants to every man who served asa soldier Oanilg For Poland sage from Danzig says are dismantling the port and A message Germans are lilsmanuing carrying off all of the dock fearing the arrival of allied It is also rumored that the peace confer ence may give tihat port to Odessa is reported to be again siii Bolshevist after the defeat oC Polish troops near that added to the artistic ar The which were KS ESrssisJS at near a comic opera trench about which he is are known to be under he special leadership o George who was one of lives of the sailors in the negotiations yesterday with tho EbertHuase gov t buiiui o tl j have to paraded for the benefit PROTECT CANADIAN INTERESTS of the transAtlantic cables by the American ooat office department will work no harm to Canadian interests which ara being consid ered and the govern ment Msurad In dowwunlca tiona racelved from England to ot motion At each of these villages there were electric instruments which set up furious biuziug whenever an airplane appear ed anywhere M the first sound from this contrivance Hindenburg and the kaiser used toTunfto it is who worked the morrow or their Joint lector DEMOTES ARMPPOINIED At Decision of Allies Not to In tervene Extensively In Russia at Present nouucoment by recent un Stephen the thoen tente liad decided against extensive military intervention in Russia at preaunt has hud u discouraging upon former Premierfi Lvoff and Kok ovsolt and otherprominent Russians who are now In confevence in be said in spite of the fact table was an electric fan U keep marshal cool in while uu electric stove provided for heat In The about 14 by feet and was protected by four ID six feet of oarth ubovu The Emperors Retreat suui m SPUB m The emperora dugout was slnii bum P todw by the ot icept that it was much deeper under hty because The guests included there wore two reaponse to the forces Lloyd Jobn oouosed to Bolshevlkl and tbo wife of the American wul OPPOOBU IU ID II A battalion infantry haa ojcii pied Mannhalm by order of Mar shal Foeh In oider to watch priton camp naar wMM allied prlwnera await lib according to tha Badltchlp Landea Tht paper that thia atap waa taken baoaute of the bad treatment of tnt oria several of whom WIHON waa entertainedat a small on the Americas representatives international x are now occupying HindimbWs head aud they wera when they dlacovarad Uvia underground ra fuge of the was from the house uud led down a long flight of Another touch to the picture added today when a German resident of AUJftChttpelle told the correspond ent of Associated was Press that this crown sPnt virtually all abUitTortUoremote provisional gov ernmenis to coordluutfe their move 111 The Russian leaders continue tjieir conferences at the embassy in the hope that they will got a formal hearing when the peace congress act Itt miaUter of marine ia confined to hla hawe suffering from la severe OK v ;