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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DO IT QUICiK! Social Democrats in Charge of the Govcrnraenl-^eneral ' Strike Declared-Revolution Spreads TKfoqghout the Erilirc Country-Very Little Conflict,, Few.Lives Lost.  / ' , \ , ' ^-r ' Cop*nk�BB�n,, Nov. , 10. - The Vi^jtlff Burei^u, the emi-offieia| news ageneyvof Germany^ annou^t^ -- In ?. dlapateh from Berlin that ' It*'hii' been taken over by., tha 'idlaiert'^a'nd.Workmeri'a council,; apieadllfi'f ^t^i>ytvbtirl^ pl�eed^.kt ^cKspmSi ; of ;the''.eoiii�cll...:>^ ,The Secti(-]Demo^ratthl-0�iQeiBratiej party, la oaf ry ing: on-tha::eh�neal|er*hlp. Londati, Nov.'1�^(1]:aL>.m). -^Lelpsie, the Ui^ikt ' 4]ty in � � ' ilt*l^of?; and nir�}n�v�.jwn!�B ,��w ravolu* tien, aeeerdlrig |e VaN"*^  the DanJ(�h,.f�!Jtiaby^lMrjiphed ceittMiWi^t/iiiiiililiypol^marand. -iLelpsie, the MIJitMt ' dity Fi^anKfSR^hSv^rl^Md tlTra ARRIVAL OF M J.fl.^ itah!/Hhursdasr "announc-.^ng J tixe:: Btartvjot the armistice:idelega-tlon, thp .^iMjc^ors, were, ,dlr^cted�. to present th^Belves wtvfe^n'i and 10 o'clock .'Thurs'dikir I night at a certain point brt>'lsa*:?aji�lle ;road.n The :crbS8> road':wi949y cui drawn proceeded , to , the > Chateau (Frandfort; In Oolnplegne.'forestv-belohc-Ing to tb^ Marqulil de L'Algle. ' '�'Owing toHhe-'laieneas of the hour, the "dete^atWs wer^/ooq^ifcted to', the apartments ,^p)iRned them where they pairtdok of.^rar^^^hment^.'j The next morning they.'again, entered the.Auto-raobllriS'and'^wefe Uked ^o the station At' mthondbs,^ lirhei-e > Ih^y 'tound Mar-MtfFoch' In-^a* special train '^''af>tfion4'e8|k>t4�0Q!i'ranwayi-close to Co>"-^l�n^,* -r-',.   ^' ' - tO' the 'people. - Other - tiiiMpc^^-^pldlly fbl-lowed iheir.A^tlori.i.-ft' '�'  "The-Aiexa'niierf'regiment after ' hearingra d*cla*;*tionxby^Oejiuty - Wella went over to' the' revolu- . .., ,. : . ,, Copenhagen, tioy. JOJ-A, council at workmen.and sQjdtets'.haa,beeji established at, Chsmits,'!: $la^on7K.acoiording to the >g;/ ~ Copenhagen,, Nov.^'. lO.T^Sonderburg Is In thP.hands dl ,tHe r^volUtionl^a and the.\red flag. h4> 'been .raised ,oii ships there. . , . . "j-?*t, � "> -7*1 ' Sonderhurg is situatedA>n the Island of, Alsen, Sphles'wlg. V Jt.Jq' 13: miles northeast of>Flen8bttrg.{, It hf^s a pop-utatlon'of 6,000.' ; ^ V: �^ell�X7::'P:-?Auat!'iaj^ � Innsbriieki,Ati8frla; J^turday, Nov. 9.-Bavarian.^roppB haVeroccupled the I railroad station here. . .^ustrlan troops ajro returning fr6tn Uie t6rm^ front'in swarms,, th'^xars. wherever they can get ahold. VM^nyhave. been crushed or ,decapitate^^by' the trains passlncf,. ^hro^gh''.:'tun^9ls''r, Bodies to the nUiji)9er,qri'73''^ere|^!picii;ed-up on a singly day! on ,the, railroad tracks near .Innsbruck, v ^ , ' wLondon, Nov, lO.rrrT-hree-Oerman de-Blhiye]^ haye: anchofelj .outside of Stockholm and all/.thei'guard Bhitps In the .Ba(tlc have Jojfaled the' revdlutlon-ary.movement. ,;.;:^.;,:ii;;/V,; '^ Peepiv .OtiUyered, . Copenhagen, iNpv.^.i^lt-'The'new.Berlin goTemment,' accordingtothe Wolff,purpaui.;h(ijspHsuiB*Vth4 WHo profc^amatlQn'j, ',H. , , ' , "Fellow aiUiie'na'r'^tfl dajri'the people's, . ddllverincej^ba;*!,,-been fulfilled. fT&m \ Soeial-Democmto ''parity hleta un-4eruk0'n t'oj,form:'�'/g6yernmeni. It |>a� Invited.the Ip4ei^n^e&V;Sto rlrondon, 3:60: p.m.).-^The. aiv ] ��� rival of the armistice eonditlona / In Berlin la expected hourly. ; - � 'Washington, Nov. 10.-Unless  revolutionary government InT GCr-~t many,definitely repudiates the aii-^ ' thority of the German :armistict ' eommlasionera now within the-al^ lied lines, the belief here is that ' the - revolt sheading through the enemy country will not prevent - Gen; Foeli from accepting th� arg'^ ture of > the envoys and , pijo-ceeding to put the armlstlce'.de-legation came with tull powers' and is authorized' to Blgn terms, -although it elected to send.a.cpurier back to gfa^ Copttihagen', .Noy.'JtO^-ITie German I training ship'Scbleaien, with-400 men on board,".whlch fledLfTQrtiJK/erwhen the sailors' revoltvbrokeNout there, hararrlted'atMBrstiUjbi dtati^aBB. The crew''badi'been unablej to obtain waters at' other' DaiiiiUr piwta: Two .German cruisers. In contibr:of .'Ka4'Starc-ea, ai�/irtU!W!W.,q,�t|^^e of |Harst�J. � - icblesleir says! i4ii,^tjte-Conly The qdmmand$ir 9l that he.ibelletaa"'' German Jwi-t hedan "M��K'e*ter/ (Continuea-p^d'^l^li^e ��);-' ' , London,'Nov. 10.-(1:40,p.m.).T-'' Emperor .William signed,a, let�e,r., of abdication on 'Saturday morn-'), :!lng at; the Germanr grand./heaUru. quarters in the presence of Crowitj^ ' Prince FredprlcK ,. William . ani- ' V Field Marshal Voit.;. Hlnder^burg. according-iteSispatch.from AJn- sterdam- to the Exchange TejLe- graph confipany. The' > German crOwn prince signed:his./enuncia-' tion: to the>'throne shortly, after-Ward, it, is-aaid that King-iLud- wig of Bavaria and King Frederick August I of Saxony also have abdi-tcated.i > � �-. �-. � .j , ,',>,� ,� The ex^alaer and > the: Ifarmtr crown prlffca-: were expected,, take leave, of their itroops on jSat- i^day^ but nothing ,haa, been^afi^- tied (regardingttheir future mpvfri ments; ' � - Before plaeirig. his signature to the"^ document an urgent 'message ' fifom Phillip ' Scheldemann, r whja' ^ was: a Soclaliat > member !Witho)it portfolio In the Imperial cabinet, was handed'to'the! emperof; 'H* read with a 8hlver.'Then(he signed the paper, saying rfffIt may ba fer the'good of-^Oermany." - ,n? 'HAD'NO.CHOICE' Thcemperor was deeply moved. 'He. consented to: aign JKaT dobii^ : ment only'When he get the. news of the latest eVehtsi In the'f-emV peeieidLlh ^GifmanyV^wIhghb %Ke^ stoppage^ of fraina'.': The eounoll ofrthe regency >IH take .the rho'tft '^TT'St'^i dMtc ^pa^to rfaaWbilah, �^(^^. i^ff*^*-*-^* der. -^^^V^/_^^,^'units on the {leld. i � rWi cause of Courier's Delay Waahlngton, Nov. 10.-A wireless .diBpatch.^from the,German Nauen sta-tlonr^^ched up by the^ American naval tow'erji, says it has been officially.explained in Berlin, that the courier bearing. tli,e,annistice terms,was delayed in crossing; tiie lines by an explosion on ,th&Gera]An side, but the terms could be expected at any hodr. The,mesaage foUowe: "lit, has been officially reported concerning, the delay in. ti-ahsmisslon of .the^varmistlce terms, the courier commissioned to bring the. armistice conditions sent on Nov, 9 by wireless from Paris',-made the statement that' he could'^not pass -the lines^ince Ger-man||["had not ceased firing. He was probably.-led to this statement by clr-Cqmstances that on: Gei-inan side, an ammunition -depot had caught firev Teurnal and An- r toing. Field Marihal reports^ tonight. v^The'ses^n]^ British army la approaching .Renaix, which Uas about 12 mllei'hortheaat of'Toui^ nal.r,-. ~i- Washington, Nov./10.-William Hohenzbllem hds^ar-rived in Holland and is proceeding to^the tbWn of Pest^� near Utrecht, according to a dispatch reK:eiv�J;lt>y the ican general staff today from The Hague. i , � La' ^ The message adds: ^ "Press r^rts state thiit' tHe kaiser arrived this mornjihg iii Holland and is proeiDedi^l^J^ Middlachten Castle, in the town of Desteeg, near^Utrapht;**^ '^'',>^ t - - il^BERT PAN-f>ls,>jeV.l9.-^Franch cavglry ha�-:Crossed'thet Belgian border, the. war office announcea tonight. An.'advance - of more than,nine mtlesj was made today at certain/, .points.^., . ,. va':' ^rlin,.,N0VC9.-(Via .London); ^ncti|i4ikmericaM':cent|nue�^!��^.�iMe, and: extended'^:''i|helr -bridgehead edstef.Oun,faeeerd{ng to the of- ' fielal,',, statements'.from,, general -headquarters - t'eday. They > were ' br6ught:to^aists(ndstlll east of the Meurvaux wodds-and Fontaines. London, Nov:>.0,-r-Pleld Marshhl Haigfa:ferecs^are elosely.following up:.the:tetreatlng Germans along the,entlre front In Flandera. The offfcial statement iesued today by the war office announces that the British troops have occupied Fau-, bourg de Bertaimont, on; the southern outskirts of Mons, Bel*. gtum. Paris,. Nov. l6^French. troops, this morning renewed their pursuit: of the Germans. The French officU^I' statement. iasued today says the retreat .,of^the enemy Is becoming '� moi'e ^^and . more precipitate. Everywhere along the line,the .Germans'.arer'abandoning great ,.quantitiea .^f^ war material, Canrion,: nu'merpus vehicles of all descriptions andjn some Instaneea entire- raiitoad trains have been , captured jiy .Foeh'a forces;. With the AJiie'd. Forces In. BeU glum, Nov. 9.rr(J^y the Associated Press).-There.are many indications that-the Germane do not Intend.'tQ make aVprotracted stand this side of'Brussels and Charle* rol.' :,:, . ,;�,::. GOURAUD ENTERS SEDAN With the French Army In France, Nov., ^10.-The French " genaral 6ouraud made his official entry Into Sedan at 2 o'clock this afternoon, v ,,. *, YANKS CAPTURE STENAV WIthjthe .American Forces on the :hank.,pr .the.;'.Meuse, notwithstanding ^terrific opposition. , ' ' : .:-.QERMAItt:REPORT Washington, :Nov., 10.^�lt Is officially,, reported the Weat.front is quiet.^odayi'f'isays a wireless mes-, sage,from.,the C>,crman station,at Nauen,, recelveci.t'onight by naval radio'tower^ in,this country. George 1^ German Fleet Ordered OMf But the liB W^u^^^ 'London, Nov. des, the first iQPd^qf^' made intersstlfig dia speech at ,the L�i4 tory show, . , Vrlip:^r!�yei!e''i�harg�cl;^* nll#i?J\I)at> th'f|iluTned;-tr6ni'.the front -Qanmlfanarchy ia/expeoted. London, Nov. 9.-^(British' wli** less service). -'Premier LWyd: George and Sir Erie Geddes,,first lord of the admlrdlty,-!iijiarersp�ilc-'  era tonight at a banqdet'.wHIch fel* JjAwed the Lord Mayorfs"Vldliiry"' ihow. '- * \^ ,\ "I have no neWa fofrVoui-iiMildf the premier to the 'banquattcfs/ ' who were exaectingian annoufw'e;^ ment from him regarding-the;i|p, pursuit, the German eitvoya/have / not bee;i able: to get, through--and' *' ether meana ftavefiad S^IM^avis-� ed to enable thenv, to cross th�.. lines.,to,aay':tb: .you . this evening as,to thofedVit of the. -armistice negotiations. "The issue; ' " spring we were ed.' The .channel ;j]fi^;s' lfijtifft'')ivVab'drea{^'' � ed.. ,(^rince Max|ntilfah'8V^eeMe' said that the kaiMr,1iB wanteniMH^'r^ again. - We will do no wreni.lf we'abandon no right.  ' �'.'�DaiiuHM iiuiiiiiv ,'..i:'t.-^^:.Xi-;. "We have no3 daslgncMi German peoplai but ,�we mtaitsis li �vsaBure beyen� All''deubt the. fM*. r do'm of our eWrt>paople. The-'Nile; leasness thatr placed 'tHe-w�rldjrliikfjJH "such laWftil, �2g'ony I'i must -- stern reckon ingr< .-.-ii'f^'mfe: "\iyhen the eonditlona were eofh.f sidered . all the representaliM,' parts of the Eippire were eonaul|;,^ ed,.; For, years we have had^a.^ great brotherhood , of. sufferfqlij: we are now going to hava a 8f^k/r bretharhood ofjjoy. n., si^^^-k 'Thar nent i ivm. yeara^ae* ,o|j ed with fa