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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMPER il; 1918 (Continued from Front Page). racks of AJexaader, whereujpon a.regiment with a large number of its officers decided to natoe a delegation to the reichstag. At noon Socialists Eb-ert and Scheidemann weYit in a military automobile accompanied by troops to the chancellor and declared that Uiey had decided to take the government In their hands. In the reichstag further arrived .a delegation sent by. No Disordar at Munich . Zurich, Nor. 'lO.'-^The disorder has flubsided in Mtooh, according to latest reports. Tlie whereabouts of the three thousand ;satlbrs, who were, king is unknown. ^ The casualties in j marching in ^he; direction of Berlin and were exp^ted d^iring the afternoon. It is .reported (that they were equally ready to express allegiance to the new popular Igorpmment. March of Events in Berlin BerlinJ Nov. i-f-(VJa Ixmdon, Nov. lO.r^dOjlO regard to in-cldaiits.of Nov. 9 in. Berlin the semiofficial telegraph bureau, working under the control of the worlnnen's and soldiers' council, issues the following report:' . , . ^ "This inqminf at 9 o'clock the work- king the rioting are few> Tjeing confined, tor the most part,'to officers who re-lilsted. V: The Landtag hks . been dissolved. Only Socialists arid deputies are permitted to enter ttielJuildlng. Looters are being shot ^ How Newt yya>'Received �Washington, Nov. 10.-Radio advic-�s eent by the German station at Nau-en and picked up by the American naval towers were made public today ^lythe state departmont with the ex- planation" that it did not vouch for ers of the gi-eatest industrial under-thelr authenticity. They described the takings commenced a general strike, .events of Saturday in Berlin, showing, ..pjocessiona hastened from all the 1 that the Socialist party had taken control of the government there. , The first dispatch says that on Sat* urday morning the Socialist party announced its intention of leaving the icablnet and a delegation , from regi- ments.of the.garrisons of Berlin and, , ,, ,  j . neighboring towns expressed their al-i^s aVprellmln^^the soldiers and of-leglance to the new government. On (fleers-^ere urged to remove �their euburbB to the centreot the city. Red flags were.carried at the head of the processions in irblch inarched soldiers and all classes.  "The first procession arrived from the Ackerstrasse and Brunnestharsse. at. It-appeared to 'IThe military iiccupants of factories mingled wlUi the workers, left the works and treated with them in com- isliow the k-evolutionary movement Itt.moni' enfire accord with Frelderlch Ebert, I . "8o-far as known the only clashvrie--Socialist leader, selected for chan- 'tween the iiMiw8''abd armed-forces �felior under the regency of Prince , took�place*on^ihe-occupation of the Maximilian. j so-called "Cockshafer* barracks. In One of the messages describing that was a guard of fusUiers, but only events, not yet mentioned by the Bri- two officers fired. tlsli wireless, follows: ; "On the morning of Saturday, Nov. 9, Socialist party declared that (it?) The communication for this morning: . ' - ; "Headquarters of the American-Expeditionary Forces in France, Nov. lO! .-^Along the front the west bank of the Keuse, from Mouzay to Fresne-en-Woeuvre, the night was marked by heavy artillery fire and "sharp machine sun fighting." , ' German Official Berlin, ^ov. lO.-The^XJ^^nan oki-ciai'staferiieiit 'issued today Regarding military operations on the western front says: "Yesterday between the Scheldt and the Meuse the enemy followed our movements beyond Ronsse, Luze, St. HAIIPUBLIC IS Amsterdam, Nov. S,, Friday.-The proclamation issued at Munich in behalf of the council of wokjters, soldiers and peasants which constituted Itplf into a diet, announcing a republic had been formed in Bavaria, declared that the Democratic and Socialist republic of Bavaria has the strength to realize a peace tor Germany, preserving that country from the worst. ThS prbclariiation, after promising a constituent assembly to bo elected by all adult men ,and wdinen, says that Bavaria -wiirfmake Germany ready for a league of iatibris. It then continues:, , .: . "The" present revolution is needed to coriiplete the self-government. of the pieople before enemy armies stream across our country or b^bre troops shouldV after the armistice^ bring about chaos. "The council will insure slrlot,' order. S61dicP8;;iii; barracks will gov-erri thibmselves Iby means of eoldiers' councils. Officers acquiescing in 'the ailtered situation/?y:ill not be hindered in their duties. -S ) "We reckon? on She co-operation of tile entire popnlaftion. All officials^ will remain at their posts. "Fundamental social and political reforms will immediately .commence." ��-^ - ''Three persons -were Wiled and one ^ was injured. This Ip to be regretted.' g'ujstainr MaVbVuTe,'iTTtow and^  u . "ThA .Uklng^ possession of a majpr-! the Sormone river, west o^ Charle- leave cabinet. Since then Socialist ity of. the public buildings and estab- yjjjg r and Independent Socialist committee Ushmentg-was completed without dif-1 the eastern Meuse heights and whole holding permanent joint sItUngs flculty once it was. clear that the mill-1 on the plain of the Woeuvre many at-in the reichstag, where soon after-1 tary Ijadgon? over to the people.'', hacks of the Americans -were repuls- The Krupps Arrested jed;" London, Nov."10.-'(6:10 p.m.).-Bs-j ^ard appeared delegations' to the various regiments garriaoned in Berlla and neighboring towns in order to ex- , . . ___ press their allegiance to the new pop- Krupp steel!., , ^.^r;rT~:--"- ular^govemment.; Building of the So^ works'are sltufttod, Is reported to be , ^. ^j^"^ l^J^^^^^f""^^- A large 'dalist newspaper Vorwaerts was oc- the hands, of the revolutionaries,'^"'^ �^ garrison has been closed cnplpd by a squad of 300 riflemen in ^^^^ ^ ^'spatcii *rom Amsterdam to order to protect it against possible th^'?fc^�n8� Telegraiph company, eventualities on the side of the form- ^^^^Vit VonRrapp Bowlen and his er regime. ; i wife have been arrested. Maintaining Order ^'Movement among troops had originated by speech.made by reichstar members in the courtyard of the bar- The Ra&tor Man Has Moved to 418 5th Streets. Berlin, Nov. 9.-The text of the statement issued by the people's government read|�: ' "In thet courise of the forenoon of Saturday the iorniatfoh of a new German people's government was initiated.:'The greater part of the Berlin! and bodies of tropgs and machine guns have been placed at the disposal of the workmen's and soldiers' council. , "The government will be guided in common by the Social-Democratic party of Germany and the. Independent Social-Democratic party of Germany. The workmen's and soldiers' council will take charge' of the maintenance of quiet and order. Long live the Social Republic." From all parts of the. German, em- new govemriient. "The leaders of the deputations of the Social-Democratic party declared that they would not shoot against the AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANISED By the Famous Haywood System J RE-TREADING A REPAIRING vBy Experienced Workmen. All ' ' vork guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Gut Repairs. \, R.b. RITCHIE CfM 13th St. S. 0pp. Ellison Mills garrison and other troops stationed ^ Pire news has been received regarding there! temporarily -went over to the i similar revolutions, which almost everywhere remain within the bounds of economic order. Won't Let Rich Escape ^"^^�:^^^^^'^*?t^ ^'^'^ r-'tr^t^^in/^cuTSir^b? trerenVf^ato^rr^lS^nle'^ order. Thereupon In the office, and ^revlnf ^h^ P-rttnf ' i h It Is presumed that apart from the representatives of the recent majority group three Independent Social-' Democrats will enter the future government. 1. The Strike Call been strictlly prohibited. Revolution at Eutin Amsterdam, Nov. a.^^Tlie Rheinisch Zeltung of Essen annonnces that Eutin, the capital principality of Lue- In an extra edition of the Vorwaerts ''""'is �^ v^l the following call for a general strike' ^^"^^ persons, both civilian was published: "The workmen and soldiers' council of Berlin have decided upon a general strike. AH the factories are at,a standstill. "the necessary administration of the PREPARE FOR WINTER DON'T WAIT TOO LONG We have � food selection of Winter Goods: Robes, Heiterfr Engine Covers, Anti-Freeze, Chams, Dry ^ Cells, Winter Oils. / W� HAVE A COUPLE OP GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT - BEDROCK PRICES. and military, have been shot. Sailors Desert Posts Copenhagen, Nov. 10. --German guard vessels in the mine fields of the great belt and little belt, have left their stations. The crews' forced the officers to leave the vessels and then hoisted the red flag. Rebels Control Railways Copenhagen, Nov. 10.-The railway stations in the entire industrial districts of Germany from Dortmund to Amsterdam, , Novtv 10. - Prbf^ . . Lammasc^h, the .Austrian premier,,. ^has' receivfc.d offic^(^ notification^ / says a'dispatch froiri^Vienna, thafj: Poland has assumed sovereignly'' over Galieia. . T ' Galicia is a crown Jand,of Austria-Hungary north bf the Carpathians. It has an area of- 30^307 ' square miles and In normal times had a population efibout 7|560,- 000. V ^ : ' GRAND DUKE OF HESSE \ HEEDS THE. WARNINGS. Amsterdam, Saturday, Nov. 9;- An official 'tr - ALL BOURG^OISE ! .MINISTERS RESIGN .Zurich; lNovi';tO.-Because , of the troubleain^the'interior of Germany, Pripee 'iMaxtmilian of B^d-en and all the bourgeolse ministers have resignedi says a dispatch from' Ben(l^' Industrial districts have been established in the various cities under the same general plan. OFFER^AID. Berne, Nov. 10.-The burgomaster of Berlin and the prefect of police have placed themselves and their staff at tfie disposal of the new govern'ment. I ^ JOIN REVOLUTION Copenhagen, Nov.>^10. - The crews of the German dreadnaughts Posen, Oatfrlestan, Nansua and Oldenburg In Kiel harbor have Joined the revolution. Marines oc-. ^cupted Ostemore and fought down ^a coast artillery division which offered resistance. , An Ocean City, Md., despatch says that the American steamer Saettla struck a mine 25 miles from shore, sinking within 20 minutes. The crew was saved. WHO COU|* Wrltteriiby (Robert S.outhey In .18 Who'icounaalsf ^eace "at this moment-tious^our^ 'When God has given deliverence to the.onpre^sed And to the Injured power? ^Vho counsels peace, when Vengeance, like a' flood. Rolls on, no longer now to be repressed. .- ' When Innocent blood From the four corners of the world cries put , For justice upon the accursed head; When Frqedom hath her holy ban-' ners spread | Over ail nations.fnow intone Just cause United; when with one sublime accord . ; Europe thi-ows oft the yoke abhorred. And loyalty and faith and ancient laws Follow the avenging sword? Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St.. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLING W. S. COOK SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery needs Terr careful attention duri^ the cold weather. ' CaD Our Service Depwtiiitiit aild wejwill send for yoiw battery atid store saqjie* during the winter at reasonable rates at our up-to-date ; Battery; Station. 311 7th Street-S. - Phone 616 CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BUM IN 'Any S-Pjaisensrer Cfur^We WiU dverhaul for $35,00 Other Worik 60 Cents per Hour. . WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Palace Garage, /^nA Ave. STODDART & RAVEN, AUTOMOTIVE 9ERS Rome, Nov, 9.-A wireless mes-age signed by the commander-in-chief of the Italian navy says that the naval.clauses in the Austria-> liungarlan armistice treaty, the time of which elapsed Friday, have not* alf been complied with. V; This announcement Is made In an official statement issued to-d�y.___ fl'EVOLUTIONARY NAVY DELEGATES . -. �