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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JTRe Amazing Adventures of five i-'.Canucks Who Visited Ger- many "On ihe Quirt" WADE GEN. CURRIE SMILE BiDnnelted bt fierce Him UolshgTlH. wjJe open pas- tes to 50 they liked, Lieut. Wjlde. .eOLh BaUeiy. Cinadlan Field Artillery, and four Ceuadlan comp.t i- had, Lu Essen, the home of ih? Krupp works -and or a reroluiion ;it the ij'blfli read like ,U1e from tlie Arabian Nights. Mr TVilde, who was receniJj- SISTJUR tf the QUCCD'S Hotel, Toronto, t'n route to England, has apparently uot been courling publicity. ,The Tele- gram picked up remarkable story fnjin he had related ihf escapade.; One dair list while station- ed at Cdlogne, Lieut. Wilde, ivbo at. one lime representative oi the Can- adian .Vorthern VancouTer. and four brother.ollicers. decided thai life lu the army of occupation ivas a dull affair, and bcinj fldventurous young poldtprs they belhought ihem of a trip lo Derlin. Slipped Through the Lines "Xow, passes to Borlin or lo any other German city were nbl beiug bended around Just iben. Bui a irnle like that didn't Tlaunt them. They Apparently obtaiued Ic-ave for-some permUiablei desitnat'on iu Fmnco or England instead of jour.iie.vlne ibUlier. slipped across ihe lines.liuj Germany. TKe-y arrived at Essen. In Westphalia, dressed 'hi their regula- tion Canadian ymtoruis. lo find that. a revolution was I'D progress sud ihal U would be impossible (or them to pro- ceed to Berlin KORfl-KOnifl that Ms host was one of the two sail- ors who haJ siHrteJ List revolu- tion In'the Carman navy before armistice, the Kuuulsh fiflethid ed -ihe Kaiser's criers It) pi.'vul awl meet the British ileet. leudent inspect the Krupp ".Aii'd in a few minuLes IhelRolshevlbl orman was haTing item motored off in a fine military car to the lt Death if Refused On the way over Mr. JiVilde learned naturally Ihey most slrocglj1 urged moderation, which advice wa's'-follb'iv- edv The Bolshies were Interested in Canada and her form oE government and cordially requested the, visitors to stay on and nssist them iu'Lh'e fram ing ol a constitution from hateful Prussian rai'Iilarisra' Tould bs entirely eliminated- Biit ihe. Canad- ians wisely and took .advantage ot.lhclr lo obtain tha necessarj- passes- back to ibe frontier, though had Iheir money held out Iber wo'uld bave spent another TGW "dsi's patching IlunlanU in thc. mclllns poU KneW Seq'ret Safely 'baot across flie lines with the Canadian Corps pace more, the travellers w ere B ever question ed. Apparently no one knew where they had becn.: Months later, Jn England, GERMANS NEGOTIATE j DOLLAR LOAN "IN THE U, S., LONDON, can hit bMfl hilnAd by Mirtln the.Dutch Bank of graph dltpatch from BtrlLn. It Mid tO per cent, of the loin Would be deposited M for- elgn to the German tank'i credit. General Currie sumnipneJ ooe ol them aud aakad him it he Uiil over bpeu ID. Germany. jThe officer looked bJant Then the Corps Commander, a twinkle In hla ore. piwIuceO a file from which ho read a report ot "these v.iiu lo Esscu. Tbo UrUlfli Sei-rel Service, evcr-vlfilaui. 1ml chronicled the Ineldeul and each officer's r.ama. General Chirrle smiled and declared that Jale date it uot a. very serlouviualter, ljut that he, wished he had" known Before, aa thd Iriformailoa fecurcd .by l'ie Canadians would havo bcyi veluihle the Peace Conference. v' r- MY WE Former Presidential Candidate Reservations Demand- 'ed Bv United'stales FiU Up Your Have you 'tried "ROYAL the Virginia Cut Plug that is making such a .hit with many, ol.d time tried smoker's These men know-good tobacco and appreciate the fine quality of Royal blend of selected Virginia cured and matured. The -next -time you're ;in a tobacco store treat vyourself to a 15 cent package of Royal.Mint or write to .us and we will send you a free sample package by return .mail. Fill up your pipe with "ROYAL MINT" there's in store for you. A each packet. Save 30 and erf piic oj tlie famous n ptjiejite. package. 15c pouch 30c tin 90c 1 B- Hughes, Republican candidate lu thc 'laat presidential eloctioD, tins drawn up a Te.sotutipn'wtrich he offers Ior aHopllon Vy Ihe-United Stales Ben- Inclusion ol the league -of nalionV.covenant in the peace treaty, four pro- Tisiohs to ihe es- iuterestE of Ihe United Stales." This became known loday when correspondence between Mr. Hughes JIale, Republi- can, .of 'dealing, -wllli. ratifica- tion of Ihe made -public. While finding SambJguiae3-in Aril- cles II. respectively with withdrawal from the league and Mr. -Hughes to Arti- cles XXI. "aid" A. "which concern the Monroe Doctrine and ths liability of the Uniled-States (o provide'armed '.forces to protect memhera of the-league. r h connection Doc- trine is Mr.'Hughes lo he "In- while. Article X. brand-' ed .by him as a "trouble Ts-bich, if not eliminated, should ba ihorougnly interpreted. "Any Hughes added, "snould be the instrument otTati- flcltlqri'lo make' it VuVtho (act Ibat Buch are mode should to the assumption'lhat the treaty peace conference ould h'ave lo -3Ir. Jliighea' -four' re- servation's arei v 1. On glvinK notice at.Us intention to -withdraw from the le'agiie; a power shall cease, lo be-a-member, or aub- lecl lo obligations of the 'covenant'at the lime specified in the nollcc, that such withdrawal shall not release, that poiver -from deft or liabilities Ibereloforc Incurred. 2. That questions anqh as immii tion or Import .duties, which are solo ly" ivithin domestic lurisdlctlon, shal not lie submltled