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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMK XII, LEIIIHUIIKIE, ALBERTA. Tl.'KSDAY. JANTAHY 7, llll'J XlJMHEll 22 i Berlin Is BERNSTORFF ft DBA OF MONEY, NOT COMFOUTS, IS NEEDED OVEBSEAS TOKONTO. Jan. Las boen received Ironi Christopher, (he files of their A bronze bear- ]ocal linlon of which Shannon is src- ing the namca of the vestryman cimtcs tii at of "Theodore ItooseveU, president, of the United two ingcF of huug in C.TSCT on {he walls carrying Uie names of you UK jnf-ii of tho church v> Iio entered tha service of ihe war. Thn of OI. Roosevelt's list. Cajit. anil .Mrs. Archibald Iloose- vt'H, Congressman ami .Nicholas worth v" and Theodoro: J loose veil. Jr.. arrived at Sagamore Mill) niRlit. The rolonet'p son.-, K; r- i- Kurope. i The Hood of zclttgrj.nmc .comlok-ncu from all parts of the world continued today and extra tele- Krapli oiierntors calleil fror.i Xeiv York lo JiandLi! tnu ru.sli. Atexanrfra's Mcssajc This WHS one of more tlinn tptegrams and caltlcpraniR which liuurcil Into Oyster Hay for tlic night, Alexanlra, fjucen moUier of Hug- land, Ciiblet) tbc Eollowins: '1 am iik- deed graved to tioar of the of for wliom I Iiad tho greatest regard. Please accept my dec-peat sympathy Roosovolt funeral was of- ficially today at p.m. Weil- tor the hnnifl aerrlccs and 3 p. m. ut Clirist Episcopal Clmrrli At (he request of Kooaevcit tt will he private. He will ho hurlod at Young's Mtfniorln? C'cnrifcry, Oyster Bay, in a plot ReU'r.tad by (he colonel :md liffl wife aiiorlly iic tho IV hi to House. Rmlon KonscvoH. of t'he said; "Mrs. desire wan JhaJ her hnsb'tTiil be bitrtod aa ;i private for renson tho would be private, ho Tt WM. HooscvcJt'ji dcalro .ilso tlinl nu fiowcrs bo sent. OYSTlill DAY, N.V., Jan. rctary, vrero also exiunliicd aiid re- vealed that raoooy had nccii collected and ficnt to tbc Untie inuiera worn on strike., Shannon, it was said, was cot the secretary at that time but this evidence was usei against hiui. chi United States n f, ihe TC- of ihe proposal iintnt control fov live than i? absolute-ly necessary. On ill other liautl, men lieing rctun: with at the rate of many v Jug Docemlicr nnil Januarj'. ana SO.'.'OO i Herlzog Wants Separate Delc- gallon nl Peace Conference .Jmpossiljlc Spartacan Group Are Making Huge Demonstration lo Gain of Anarchy Are Spreading Doctrine of Revolution. COPENHAGEN, Jan. is in a state oi com- plete anarchy and icivil war has begun, according to.a Munich dispatch. This information is based on telephone messages from the German capital. All the banks are bsrrlcaded and a number of the public buildings are in the hands of the SpzrUcan, or Extreme Radical group. Thousands of armed v.'orkmsn of the Spirtaeus faction, the correspondent reports, are crowding the streets and at several puints firing has begui1'. The sound of machine gun fire could be fro.m all parts oi Berlin, The message reported the intention cf ths to iiv'ks an effort to atcu-m tiie building of Ihe polic: guards W.zr in tht dsy E.rv.1 take possession of all the machine guns nn-J biy Dr. Karl the Spartacnn Isadcr, hac been scan c'ooul tha' city (jrnsnliing his trcsps for thr final sftys is exnet'.ed to vtry of pcrscr.2 imported ileeing from the city. The Sparlacan marchers, with the tsccption cf the from certain factories, comprise the scum of the city and four-fifths of the whole number are bedraggled women and young girls. The American flag has been hoisted over the Hotel Adlon, where the American officers belonging to the prisoner and focd commission are. living. The opinion seems generally that only a miracle cr.n prevent bloodshed before the end of the rfay. ing io ihe diancellor's palace uiul TJeraarten ihis nftenjooa were tutl I of er.ivvils Jiurryiap to Uiii yifspectivif] in I j die ami tiic govcriuncnt j [snpitorlers at tlie t-uaticellor's jThc gnanls in front, of. tlic foreign jficc and the ImlM-I i ings witli. TJie-government lias issued an lappea) to all Jb-sapjjorlers for dcm- lonEtralions against, Uio, "partacans- iTli'e factriries in ihe art ilcstij-ted. j A rumor that the (blsheviki I seized Uie cetitral teWgrapli office anil jtlio Ileifiisbank proved to be ]cd, liui tho silnatiou is tense, in Hell Would Wa Have Sent (lie Kaiser if No( lo He Says m Reply lo Query. 1 Jrtii. Pres-s iUs-1'nntch via ment of the South African XaAioaalists licrtzoj; for representative lit tho peace con'crt-nce NEW YORK, Jan. ,de- bv the Imperial partment of justice agents In New, ROVfrrnmen Hisht Hon. LGHB, J coJouial piMTctaty, commnn'cal- ing this jnformatifui to the governor- In Attempt to Sustain Old Sys- tem That [fin! To Go Jao. rress from in Stukuntt." in connection with iiolicy of alliances, Maximilian Harden declareii that Germany's val- ors madly squandered the stlength or thai, nation in nti atlctnnt, io nialji- tain the? old system liait to be eithei- radically transformed or "Tht liftpahurg sybtrm with wiles find and Bulgaria's lust Tor jioivor aatl Iho of the Youns Turks were not to be he said. "Germany's Turkish policy wns especially faulty. G'Jr- man tiiploniacy considered tiic frieuil- splp of Hie TJirhS'as sooti compete aaUun Cor gawbllng losses fonuprly suffered ior many years ihrodgh her attempted rivalry of British llironffh sycopJiantic coiirt- Inp to Ihe CalSpli's favor (hrough Hit1 planning of a land route to India." HanJen concludca: "Britain's uV Hfls may row stalk annul as while (lermany'a hflvrs all hyconic cripples." York, who have been watching Gsrman suspects in this city, have besn assigned to the work of frustrating the activities of five groups of Bolsfieviki have csfahHshed it was announced last night. Ths spread of Bolshevism was admitted to have becamt "alarm- Coincident a! ty, Alfred I. Becker, rfenuly statt general, dcclrred that his depart- ment unearthed eviocnce that r.ecret agents of Lenfne and Trotsky have reached this city with a fund of nearly io be used for propagrnda purpcses. These it was said, have been circulating in workshops factories! holding secret meetings, culminated today in the openina session of a three-day convention in ihe Labor Lyceum building. aiUts ihc.1 tho liniicruil sov- nrjjEicnt's last April io Sii2 Transvaal Nationalists' manifesto aji- lilies also in tins namely, that under (he Sutrth Afrieaii constitit- (Jio African goverr.mimt niul alone can be rpgarfle-1 Uie Uritisli govcmmejit as Izcil to apeak on behalf of tlio people of South Africa. His Majesty's gov- ernment, theretove, said Mr. J.onc, coulrt nol undertake to enter .1 disc UP s ton >vllh any privato berty or ON I'AOK 6) ART TttEASUUES 8KB LIGHT OK-OAY -Ian. j ot tho Associated ol art treasures arc seeing HIP i light ot day nftor their sojourn j fn places safety ivJicro atorw) lo bavo Ihcni from dnr-l ing ulr raids. This week NIC historic armor been i-eintMted. l.i the Toiler of and tlio rcarrarjge- raent o1 the lower annoriw, wliici; was held over ilnrlnj? tho war, is now complete. Tho windows of ]i.irlia- ntlit, which >rero ilarhsnrd by opn.iuo arc also licinp jind (hcse bcaultfnl i-lMtic-jl glass works of avt are comhrc to ATTEMPT FAILED WARSAW, Jan, p.mj An Attempt to overthrow Pit- government was made in Warsaw today by the Conserva- tive and Liberal parties. Mem- bers of the Pilsudski government are reported to have been arrest- ed, although this is denied at Pil- surfskl's headquarters. The attempt 'has been unsuccessful, and the only casually reported is the acciden- tal killing of a soldier. A BIG DEMONSTRATION BERLIN, Jon. p.m.) Try; Spartacus trcup is engaged today in o big tie m on strati on against the government. Tens of thousands of follovwers of Ksrl Liebhnec'nt have hsen parading Unter den-Linden and the Bran- denburg er Strasac and as this dis- patch is fled are returning along Unrfir den Linden. Up to this time no shots have been fired. The frorr> Unter den Linden to helaiv the Liep'zig Strassi 'is packed full of sympathizers who have been standing there for two hours. It appears to be the government's strategy lo prevent ths Spartacus demonstrating before the govern- ment offices. Hundreds of young men and tther civilians in the Spartacan r-jiiks nre currying rifles. First fighting has occurred at the corner of the Wllhelni- slrasse and Unter den Linden, viliere the Bolshevist -demonstrat- ors took away their opponents1 standard. Spartacan soldiers took a stand in open order in front of the Hotel Adlon with lh.3ir rKlea at the ready, but there was no firing. MENU) mm LONDON, Jaa. von HernstorJf. former German eador to the Htutes. every day a'- tl-y foreitiii rlaia for the accorUing to a Her- Jlspalch tq the litres.-. The- cavrpfpondent says Coui-i: vcn ihat c-'-i ilcraoj plan Tor u uf which he belir-ves 10 sail! Uiat in it hi: sees the only way to pnevent was Uy ;i limitation of circiamenis. entirely afircn mier Lloyd r.eorgc and r.'aat ti> Set riil or universal militarj: scr- JIP Couul von HernstoiEf things tljat the German, iialiooal assem- bly will meet oil January 23, but believes that, it is unlikely to jiaas tiff ;viLtioui. Iro.ulilo add hogcf. that Inc jjovernniDnt bo firm enoufek lo with 'situa' lion.' 1 liava .to ahooi lie1 Kiiid ia (liscuEsinr the subject. It is unthinfcaWf-that: tlifl fornier emperor any mem-'- bcr of tus family will over Count storfi said. Asked JT there no danger in William lern being so near in Holland, Ibc "t-ouDt repitoii: "Whore tlie' Uelf (a send him." l.GOd! men who ivill li shorllv Croin ovcreous include Lieut. William Lowe. II. Fife. iivcmic north, and Pie. A. 5i. IlcporU from l i on Mon-lay n- iKcecial lo the MACLEOD. .TM. -1- worth, agent of the Blood Indian rii- serve, has benn relieved of his j Allen- l.ovre formerly resided I tion. and residing in l.elh- Jin Tabi v, a IK! joincrt the 113th I.etli- The cause ot the "removal from tlio Indian service is not known, iaycfl through Amsterdam intlieciU'l a bridge Highlanders m 1016 as a, com- officer, soins; ovorscasi with of in Bcr-'-tl'-ein. He vras iransfviTcil to 1lie ITtii, Jin on Sunday 'dun lo anothnr at-1 and saw service in France., j.-rmii> lo icmpt. o! Die lain control of the city oi tlio tentral government. hut ntter a visit from an official ot ihe department some time ago iho diynge made. It is understooil the new FRENCH TRIBUTE j mciit has been made, hut except that ThcuHiu-l PARIS. Jan. in-1 it is-believed H Saakatchewan man ratlical forces ojiposed to tlic 'J, formed oZ ihe ttoilh Theoiloro J wil! _got Iho job gorernmcnL sallied forth front lUt-Ir today. PitHoii. for- learned Etrongiiold neaf district v.-riiclL clgu enter- contained the. principal of- ling into rolHiual purtaluing flees and seized several ot the news- [to thy United Slates, ihc death of be bo CUBA'S TRiQUTE HAVANA, Jnn. Cuba's flag v-ill fly ut half-'mast all forts, naval was an eminent nnd. coLr- j vessels, public buildings and military an, with pure pain-, posts on island un'.il after tliu Poles Xol Miu-clcing on IJsrlin This Was 1'roiiiiganila Sluff from Ilcrliji Ucjiortfl army I Caught on the Fly paper plants, including those ,ot Hie Ilobsfivclt Tageblatt, the Yossisciie Xri'.nng. 1! Anzelgor, Vorwaerts and Mor-j ageous i gen Post, togt-tber Jlif: ofttre .otism. France: shires wllli lUc entire i funeral of Theodore of the bureau, the sitr.l-od'iyla! people in tlic sorrow fol- j conlanco wl'Ji u