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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IS AS SAFE  VIGTORY BliILGARIAN KEC ABDICATES----SERBIM FORCES IN OUTSKIRTS OF BELGRADE SAYS KAISER HAS QUIT PARIS ,Nov. 2.-In heavy type the Temps today prints the following under.a Geneva date: "The abdication of William II may,be cbn.sidered now as an accomplished fact. Official publication is ^lelayed for an opportune moment." CANADIMS TAKE VALENCIENNES HEIGHTS bF SACRIFICE REPUBLICS Andrassy, Austrian Premier, Has Resigned~t6ulgairiaff King Abdicates-No NeW? Yet of Armistice With ^Italian LONDON, Nov. Z.-Count Jullui AndriMy, who. b�c*me AuctrcHun-, garian mlnlatar CCK 29, has rctlgnad. according to a. Zurich �l(�patch to the Exchange Teiagra'ph eompany. / ENHAQEN, Nov. 2.--Kina Boris of Bulgartat Who ucended the Jhi^one on Oct. 3, ha* abdicated. . ';; ; A',P^^ has been ettabliahcd at TIrnova: under the ^'/ishlp of,M. Stambullwaky, whO;haB. bean-the chief':of.the peasant* and agrarfana of Bulgaria for some tlnia, -av / M." attmbiinvtfsHy, Who Is reportaflftjj }i�3;�ash*ad of ^ha new.4owern. intin/Btili^lrra, la aalirto be in>cMkpgp pf^r�pu�leiin;ipmy of 40,000 i|^.,'i^9rdliig:to a Zurich diapatch^e^the'flSn^raji^^m '"'^^^"t'e^POW AUSTftlAN^ '>aa�cB,^the AuBtrlJwiwpremler^ In- rn. toraiad th^ Kealdeiit - �>t tUaS^^^^^^ he-'-' iOdiinelt^^tt)PhOnor, devastated our lands and fought with, the utmost barbarity woul^ be'acrime." ' . The aame, measage reports that from the sea; to the .mountaina thnee A^itrlan army-corps are In flight; that all;: roads are open to l.sonao, the first place' where; the Auatrians probably will attempt to make a.stand. Italian naval de./^ tachmentS; have occupied the lagoon between 'this mouth of the Tagliamentq and Ca'krie, which -was proteciwd by heavy artillery ipd monitors. CAME WITH WHITE FLAG Rome, Nov. 2.-The allied terms to Austria In response to her application for an armistice have^ been handed by Gen. Diaz, the itrfiW^I tiver Hie sbvernin^iit n Mkted to Oerman localitleB, to the Oenlan-iLusManiatate-cbiincil, iafs � Vttnna ^lapatch todiy.- ' � : y Cirswa Mutiny.:. j'Londion, Nov.. 2,'-^Membifs: ot the crews of the entlris Austriin fleet at Pola have mutinied, all the sMpB ot various iatioiialUIeB "'there and declared thattHey will obey only their respective .national councils, according to a Budapefirdiapatbh to the |;Vo88isch� Zeltuns of Berlin. No News of Arnilstlee London,'. Nov. l.^La^e-tohlght the government had received no news as to the reported dlgilini; 6{ Ibe Aus-tro-Itallan armlatioel ; " � Withdrawing Troops Vienna,^v. 1.-The Mrfthdiawal ot Austrian, trobps in\4lie Venetia continuing aind in the southeasi the main foi^B p(\tlie Austrian' army have reached the northern bank ot the Danube, according to'thefotttcial statement Issued at the war office tonight. Try to S^lyi^-Crisla; Berne, Nov. 1.-Elmperor Obarles hav appointed ATchdulce-Joseph as his , . , .i-- , representative to apiiroach political Italian commantler.|n-ch�ef, tihiefs to examine the poBslbillUeB o� Austrian of^eers who entered the llnea bearing a white flag. Official announeemei^t to this effect was made this morning. .-Soldiers' Council AmBterdam Nov. 2.-Another tele-1 loo crowns to icbunteract the'monop-S^^V . ^ ourrenc^^.whi^h ha. 'follow^ solving the crisis in Austria-Hungary, according to Vienna dispatches, received here. ; r. : ( The emperor will,- isBUB^.temporary bank notes in denbiutnatloBs of 26 and ___foUowe4 the general panic in that country. -New Hungarian .Ministry J, . _  . X ...; Basel, Nov. 2.-^ Hungarian dlers' committees, which, In turn, :wlll! mlnlBtry-iias been ifbrmed  at Buda-elect a pprmanent soldiers' central j pest. "-'* � tlon of � provisional soldiers' central committee in the state council hall. Troops have been invited t� elect sol-1 committee. /Complete Order Copenliagen, Nov, -Complete order prevalle'd in Vienna Thursday, according to the corregpondent there,of ^the. Berlin Taireblatt, Bmperor Charles was still in .Vienna on that date.  Seize Warahlps Copenhagen, Nov. 1,--^ccprrting to Tlungarian reports, satlork at Pola, the great Austrian naval base on the Adri. atic, have , mutinied . and seized the (Warjhlps there, - To . Gcrman-Auyt^lan Council Amsterdami ,NoV.' 2.-Prof, Lam- Gourft Michael..Karoly.i, president of the Hungarian 'Independent party, is premier, and Count Theodore Batthyanyi is foreigd minitlter. CZECHS POSSEJSS ' VliJiS gon i�lAnt Paris, Nov. 2Wrhe-great gun f^lant of VAuatrljhflungary at ' Skoda has Been tiiken, peatesnlon of by the Czech, national council according to a.Pllsen telegram forwarded by correspondent of the Matin at Zurich. All the, Gifman workmen at the plant yVfere discharged. '� � 'jy': ER HIE PA PERKINS GOES T>4^ LIMIT IN THE POrCHASE OF vre^^ - Cartoon contributed to Dominion Victory Loan Committea by - Cliff Sterrett; thguriglnfttotfttlthe comic--"PoUv and "Her Pals."' �' .�� ..  . . .� �^vf LONDON,, Nov. 2.-The Vsrsantes cirnrkrence finally agreed late yesterday on the armistice terma,governing the maritlnrie powers of the German empire. Thb proposalS^ontalns Six points, which ire believed to throw every safeguard around the German fleej. Unity Prevails London, Nov. 2.-The Express claims to be able to state tUat thei-e is the most complete unity and cordiality at the Versailles conference whe*e the delegates are quite agreed as to hoW\^ Germany and Austria fire to be treated, No iMKersnces on pomts ot principle have deve1o(ied, the newspaper says and whatever hopes Germany may have had of disagreement among the allies regarding an armistice will completely-disappear. , Official circles believed last- uiglit the .conference would issue a statement in a day or two. It is known that, the conference has put the terms for Germany Into something like final shape. They include stern naval guarantees. Tt is also dellnltely known thatiOen. Diaii received ^om Versailles the'condltlous to be Imposed on Austria. Londeiii :^oy. 2.-The Bavarian premier 'hSs'hotifled Berlin that the Bavarian irbyal family claims the imperlaj throne in the event of Emperor; Wlillam's abdication, according to the Socialist: Leipzig Volks Zeltungr which Is quoted in a Hague dispatch to the Daily Mali. ' Tragedy in N.Y. New York, Nov, 1.-Between 75 and .'bed on William Lewis, mol.orman of 100 men and women were killed and  the ill-fatert train, who was arrested probably double tliat number injured in a read-end collision tonight between two. Brooklyn Rapid Transit trains in tlie cut near the Prosiject Park station on the Brighton Beach on a charge ot h^uicide at his liome early; today, after he had fled- from the scene in Lerror. Mayor Hyland, who visited Lewis in the Flatbiish police station soon af- llne, Tlie crash occurred wlien the [ ter his arrest, said:. Over the $250, mi:: the-armies of the Victory loan cam-i is. steadily; advancirig.^ vjtaign pAssed.. the $260,000 objective yesterday, and are sweetflng oh to victory. The bl^ttalion of the south, imder General ^Macbeth, made,a sweeping advancevyesterday, and is now leading in the race for the main objective. Oenm-al ' Macbeth's objectives gained up till ^last nigb't totalled^ |85,-OBO. ' " Oeneral Mackay's battalion reached the JgS.OOQ'objective, and paired on �gg;300;c This brings the' two fiank battalions welKup towards their final, - objective^ of '1150,000, Peneral,.Long worth's battalion has Q>^.teaobeA' the'440.000. objective, and General Harris'-btittalion of tiie country is nearjiig;the/|6,0i000 objective, Hhe total. taken. beinr:.|48,700. The oWeotlvosoa^ttired.ut* till last night- by BH. the, .battalloaB ttftclled 262.000, V^>;,-;:V..;W-.:--^V-- . � The 1300,000 *maf)tv:iH! the Victory Joan will be paBBW:^ln^tlie Lethbrjdgo "district before ,>fijia^i^NnWht, .saye Chairman Baalim. V With; b. .1200,000 drive on Tuesday',? the final objectiva should be well in'iiliafliyiihe middle ot next week. The �epidemic Is hav-i Ing some elfeoi(^' oh t)�e7 "cailvaBBing,. 4Continu, Field Marshal Haig reports that Valenciennes vras lakcn^ , by Canadian troops under Gen. Cijrrie and have pushed' v|| through the town. - / ' j i^'i The village of Preseau, southeast of Valenciennes,-waft jf, captured by'the British this morning after they had seized^ the high ground in,that region. . ' - DESTROY AUSTRIAN SUPER4)READNAUGHT ^\ WASHINGTON, Nov. 2.-^Oestructlon �f the /Aurtrian' auper-drtaU'' >7 naught Veribua Ignitus liy>th,etM9llan� Isfimnciunced in �telegram from Rome. .'j-r'^^/n ' T^OME, Nov.a;.-r-ltaiian.nitval fproea.aueete'deCin Mt�W�M at Pola, thie Auatr1ah.i:iava|^^aii*.:oh Friday mornlnsTifhtfvsaiiKfllK* A* battleship .Vei-ltiua Unit)^)|j[ihe' fiao shlp^vf the 'AUitre^Hungarlan.'i;: .^lt;jb.,offIp(a|Jy,;.anrioun�d/^,^4'-'^' .'^ j/:,.';/,-''' '-.^^a::-..:-:;''-:: ^*�fc;iN-/o!iT8KiRTs-�EjLeBAi>$  .v. ' '*"^^0NIKI, N^^r.'"^1,:^Fr�ni;h and Serbian'cavalry have-rea�i| eiitbr diifiin^ll of BBl|i^Jii(i, |ii|^ltal of Serbia, �ayai^Praheh offlelar^raisf-.^^^^ : .?i : -merit ltfci�efl thia evehlnfl. ' �^^^:'i:k'M . ; LONDON,,No\^.2i^Ct!bO.'p;m.)-The,AnalO-Prench-'� , h east of the'Piace, according to reports received,here. They have abandoned a great quantity of war'niaterial .In the region of Udlne, which was Italian headquarters before the 191T retreat. i. '^ . , The destruction, of the Auatrlan.armiescontinuea apace along a front - ; ( of 125 miles. On every aectpr.of,>he li�ng front the enemy la giving way ho; was about 40 mission, the district attorney - and Mayor Hyland, to determine the biaffie: had, steel, cars been operated^ fnr the wreck of the Brighton Beach train ot the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company in the Mallbone street, tunnel, Brooklyn., ^ Yesterday^a strike of motormen aiid motor switchmen of the company, i^hich I was coincideal. with the trag: edy, wsB settled during the early morning hours, company of^plals agreeing to reinstate diacha'rked] union employees. The company previously had refused to obey the aMer^ of the war labor hoard to take'MckU the men. Interest The conimisaiori ordered the company to repl&ce Jts antiquated .wooden rolling BtoBlc With steel several months ago. but the company contended that It WBs''lniposslb!e to .cdlhply �with the Ord^r b0caua.e of war jwndittons. r TWO SOUTHERN ALBeRTAr-' ; 80I.;DIERS DEAD "^^i 'Today's casualty llat'reports 8. - Carter, Grassy t'ak'e;ltid A. iMalan, V^'rtSttav^,, � as ,having;!Kii|gdv^s;Br J. "**Cl6j�Wril' Hernle, :isi.iJaW:;aB^#BaB- ' ...../fijj'7^^|f:JP*rr,vCranh|pDl(j^;Mn;i'^ E. lu tka tovestigations:'^,.^^,'''Pf|bai'nals,^ b:�thbrl�da,.,wound�d.' vine 14, CardBton and district 40, Claresholni and,district 12, Pincher Creek il, Olds 10, Rosebud 10, Red-cliff 13, ShliPard 11, Help has been sent from Bdmonton today to Wabau- ICONTINUSD ON PAGE BIX) ALFRED Price's NEW^POS^ION Mpntrealv Nov. t^AUred Price, at one Ume Sdneral Bup.erintendent-of the C.P,Rf, in^tGAlKaryir'haB been-promoted to the^!r,^|t'^;eneral manager ot the jccmjWintf'B ��stern -lines, with head4KSr(:e'�'.iiaLMQntreaI. . the city pc-Hce foiv;e', .leaving that, to join tlie provincial forde when fit was organized over a yearv ag6- He ' was formerly ajmemberot the British navy and served' with -Uiat.arm .o'fj.the, Service during the Boiler troubles- In China, t' , ^ He leaveB avwife, on� a4op(�^�^l:::::':LM : "South of Faienciennes, Britlsli'at^ .;?^5p faofcs broke down against our counter*','