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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918 LATEST BULLETINS ARMISTICE WILL BE SIGNED Rome, Nov. 9.-New� of tha .German Emperor's.abdication was 'received here With great satisfac-tlon, It being ncsepted as an Indication that Gernitffjy will algn the armistice conditions imposed by the alll whiefy It la contended, could not have tief'n done so long ,78 the emperor htmalned In power. MAIN TA3|C '18 Amsterdam, iNojv. (Continued froS Front Pago). No Disordef-at Munich Zurich. Nov l,1f^j"hl> disorder has subsided in Munlcfc'according to latest reports. The j^tliereabouts of the king is unknown, ijijfhe casualty* in the rioting are fa;�ry bring confined, for the most part. its? officers who re-eiitod. *]� The Landtag hatf^been dissolved. Only Socialists an^i'lleputies are permitted to enter tUfbullding. Looters are being shot. How News yff'tfM Received racks of Alexander, whereupon a regiment with a large number of Us officers decided to uanio a delegation to the reichstag. At noon Socialists Kb-�rt and Schoidemnnn went in a military automobile accompanied by troops to the chancellor and declared that they had decided to take the government in their hands. In the reichstag further arrived a delegation sent by three thousand sailors, who were marching in the i direction of Merlin and were expectud during the afternoon. It is reported that they were equally ready to ^iprass allegiance to the new popular government. March of Events in Berlin Herlln, Nov. P.-(Via London. Nov. 10.-(10:10 a.m.).--With regard to in- iContfntied from Front Page). British Official London, Nov. l't.-The Uritish official !�fatpm�nt"say.�: . "South of the Sambre our advanced troops have reached the Franco-IM-�Inn frontier. North of the ^ambre our prn.sreas continued against somewhat increased resU'anee froin; the enemy'? rearguards. "North of the Mpng-Conde canal, our troops have takeiTXiswze and our cavalry is approaching Ath. \\>' have progressed four miles'east o: HehaiX. Our advanced detachments - are cidenta of Nov. 9 in Berlin the semi Washington. Noipio.-Radio advic- official telegraph "bureau, working �m- i puling forward southeast f of Mons es sent by the Ger(jj|Bi station at Nau- der the control oi (ho workmen's anclj|iml have reached the lino of the can- en and picked up Wihe American na- soldiers' council, Issues the following i 3j "�al towers wore gride public today report: Jon th� railways east of Maubouge st of northwest of that town. by the state depaflBJ|ent with the ex- | "This mornlug at 9 o'clock the work-! groat quantities of roiling stock tyxra planatton that it 'jM not vouch for or9 of .ne greatest industrial under- j fallen into our hands." i their authenticity. j'Xfcey described the takings commenced a general strike. | B|q Y�nk Gains - ; ' rents of Saturday Berlin, showing ..Proces9,ons nngWncd from ail tho j Washington. Nov. .m.-Gen^pCT line's comiuunicition .last night said that the Socialist tfiiriy had taken con- j Mlburba ,0 ,he cfeB.re 0, the clty. Rell; ( trol of the governiie�t there. The first dispatays that on Sat- [ urdav morning th bodies of troop� and machine says a dispatch from Amsterdam to glln, have beon placed at tha diiposal lot the workmen's and soldiers' council. "Tho government will be guided In common by the Social-Democratic party of Germany and the- Indoiieiiden| Social-Democratic party t>f'-G�rmai�y. The workmen's and soldiers' council will take charge of the. maintenance of riuiet and order. I>ong live the So- The RadWor Man Has Moved |to 418 5th StraatS. AUTO TIRES OF ALL-SIZES VULCANIZED Br the Famous sswwood System HE-TREADING,* REPAIRING By Bxperlence4,v.Workmen. All work guaranteeliJIpeclal Equipment tor Rlti Out Repairs. R.D. tfrCHlE tM Uth St. S. ____ the Exchange Telegraph company. Lieut. Von Krupp Bowlen and his wife have been arrested. Maintaining Order Berlin, Nov. 9.-The text of tho statement Issued by tho people's government reads: "In the course of the forenoon of Saturday the formation of a new Ger-| man people's government was inltiat-: cial Republic." ed. The greater part of the Berlin ; From all parts of the .German cm-garrison and other troops stationed Plre news has been received regarding there temporarilyS�ent over to the similar revolutions, which almost ev-new government. ' erywherq remain within the bounds "The leaders of the deputations of, of economic order, the Social-Democratic party declared j Won't Let men Escape- that they would not shoot against the j Copenhagen, Nov. The Danish people. They said they would, in ac- ; frontier is being strictly guarded by cord with the people's government, in- llic. Gorman soldiers' council. This is tercede in favor of the maintenance of MnK ,lonr. u is Rtaterti in onll.r t0 order. Thereupon in the office and prfiV0[U the c-cupe of rich people, public buildings the guards which had generals ;ind other high officers. All been stationed thore were withdrawn. ,nP n:uionnl coi.-kades and eagles on "The business of tha imperial chan- helmet* of �oldl"r-tri�|i Urrltsrr might become u war theatre. The Infiujlhsii epidemic has carried oft tWo>! more woll-known local citizens Hn': the past 24 hours. 13. V. DC pie y, a well known old-timer of Lethhridgo, (lied on Sunday mornjrtjj �t G o'clock from pnoumonii.VVJlloh developed Saturday motajnjl following an attack of iliflo'oifa from which he had been 'suffering all week. Miss Mamie'Delay, another old-timer la tfce'clty, and for years n member oi ihef staff of C'onyhearo, Church, MdArlhur and Davidson, also sticcpm^r to �n attack of pneumonia '- opt Saturday night. She, too, qad h}cen ill only a wuek. PEACE 10, - The workmen's and 'Midlers' council, In a proclamation'to the people, says a provisional .provincial government Is being ^formed, which will co-operate *�Hh the existing authorities) In establishing a new order. Our aim It a free 8oclal People's Republle., The main task Is to secure peace. "Questions beyond the limit of the provincial administration belong to the dominion of the state and imperial legislatures. We are wllllno to co-operate with the present officials, so far as they submit to the new ciurse. We are resolved to nut down any resistance with the forces at our disposal." Industrial districts have been established In the various cities under the same general plan. l 4 OFFER AID Berne, Nov. 10.--The burgomaster of Berlin and the prefect of police have placed themselves and their staff at the disposal of the new fovernment. JOIN REVOLUTION Copenhsgen, Nov. 10. - The crsws of the German dresdnsughts Posen, Ostfriestan, Nansua and Oldenburg in Kiel harbor have joined the revolution. Marines occupied Ostemore and fought down a coast artillery division whloh offered resistance. T Amsterdam,' Nov. I0r~ PVof. Lammasch, the Austrian premier, has received officialfnotlflcatio/i, says a dispatch from Vienna, th�t Poland has assumed sovereignty over Galicia. Gallcla is a crown larvd of Austria-Hungary north ef the Carpathians. It has an area "of 30,307 square miles and in normal times had a population ef about 7,500r 000. - ' ' representatives of tha recent majority group three Independent Social-Democrats will enter tho future government. The Strike Call In an extra edition of the Vorwaorts the following call for a general strike was published: "The workmen and soldiers' council of Berlin have decided upon a general strike. All the factories are at a standstill. "the necessary administration of the We hare HMttri, Wl HAVI FOR WINTER ||D0NT WAIT TOO LONG jood selection of Winter Good*: Robes, fine Covert, Antifreeze, Chains, Dry Cell., Winter Oil.. UPLE OF GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT . aCOROCK PRICES. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OP SERVICE" Zeltting of lOaaon announces that ljlu-tln, the capital principality of Luc-beck, is in the hands of the soldiers' council. Many persons, both civilian and military, liavo been shot. Sailors Desert Posts Copenhagen, Nov. 10. - Gorman guard vessels in the mine fields of the great belt and little belt have left their stations. The crews forced the officers to leave tho vesselH and then hoisted the red flag. Rebels Control Railways Copenhagen, Nov. 10.-The railway stations in the entire industrial dis- ORAND DUKE OF HESSE HEEDS THE WARNINGS. : Amsterdam, Saturday, Nev. 9>-' An official dispsteh from Darmstadt, capital of the grand duchy of Hesse, announce*--that ...tha Grand Duke of Hesse has decreed the formation of a council of atate to take over the business of the government "until a final settlement of the questions' arielnf from the present situation." HERR EBERT PLANS London, Nov, 9.-(British wireless service),-Just before Prince Maximilian ef Baden offered his resignation as imperial chancellor, he issued an appeal "to Germane abroad," In which he said: "In the fifth year (of hostilities) abandoned by its allies, the German people could no longer wage, war against the increasingly- superior forces." The text of the chancellor's statement reads:-, "In these difficult days the hearts of many among you, my fellow countrymen, who outside the frontier of the German fatherland are surrounded by manifestations of malicious joy and hatred, will be heavy. Qo not despair of the, German people. "Our soldiers have fought to the last moment as heroically as any army has ewer dene. The homeland has displayed unprecedented etrsngth In suffering and endurance. � v '', "In the fifth year, abandoned by Its allies, the German people could no lon|er; wage' -wasr against tha Increasingly superior forces. Tha victory for which many had hoped has net been granted to us. But the German people have won this still greater victory over Itself and' Its belief In the right of might. ' "From thla victory we shall draw new strength for the hard time which faces us and on which) you also can build." London,, Nov. 10.-(11:25 a.m.), -Schleswlg+talstein, the Prussian principality which belonged to Denmark, lis-ti be proclaimed an independent republic, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen) i !� ALL BOURGEOISE MINISTERS RESIGN Zurich, Nevt 10.-Because of the troubles In'the interior of Germany, Prlpae Maximilian of Baden and all the bourgeoise ministers have resigned/ says a dispatch from Berlin.' \ Frlederlch Ebert, the Germsrl Socllalst lender, has been definitely recognized as chancellor, (Continued from Front Page). Kbert'.s election to office In June of this year was taken to mean at the time that the Socialist minority in the reichstag had been either reclaimed by the military government or thut tho Socialists had gained the*ascend-nne.y. Latnr events have pro^eftthat the Socialists wore in the aaddlec- -Kberl quite recently declared in the reichstag that the Gorman pooplo would no longer permit themselves to he without the right to decide their fate. It wan he who informed tho reichstag of the release of Dr. Hob-knecht. Ebert's Power Supreme llorlin, Nov. !).- (Via London, Nov. 10. lii: :-tD p.m.).-Deputy Scheide-mann, president of the Socialists in the reichstag, In a speech Baid: "The kaiser and the crown prince tricts of Germany from Dortmund to I have, abdicated. The; dynasty has been Dnishurg have been occupied by the j charged with the formation of a new soldiers' councils, according to a dls- ' government, in which nil shades of patch from Ks.sen. Tho re were 110,1110 .Social-Democratic party are* to disorders. j participate.. Revolution Extends Rapidly j "Only decrees from tho government London, Nov. 111.--According to (lis- j bearing the signature of Herr Bbort patches from Amsterdam and f'open-, have validity. Only orderB from the hagon, tho revolution in Germany i.i ' extending rapidly, but In most places the desired effect is being achieved without violence or serious disorders. In some places, notably in Anhult, HeRse-Darnstadt". and ' MccVlonburf.;-Sc&whrln,'tho princely houSon are cooperating with the. reforming parties in establishing a new order of things. Complaints already have been heard in IJerlln that the press censorship la being exercised as rigidly by thu nuw us by the old I'ttglma. HERR BALLIN DEAD Copenhagen, Nov. 10.-Albert Hal-lln, general director of thp IlnmburK-American Line JStonmship company, died suddenly o� Saturday, according to an announcement mndo in Herlln. -'--i-------- WHO COUNSELS PEACE? Written by Robert Southoy In 1814. Who counsqJa peace at this moment-uous Hoar,' When GodJ b�i given deliverance, to the oppressed And to the jnjared power? Who counsel* ponee, when Vongoanco, Uko a- flood. Rolls on, aiftl longer now to bo repressed When innocent blood Prom tho four corners of tho world cries bat '' For JuBtlci lippn tho accursed hoad: Whon freedom hath her holy bnn-nors ttpreajl Over all nat|one,>now In one just cause United; ^ll*^ with one subllmo acconf j:t j Europe throws':off tho yoke abhorred. And loyalty and faith and ancient laws : ' j Follow th^ v|nSi"8 �wt>rd? SSL-..... - rM'f--:---�- An Oconn City, Md, despatch says that the American steamer Snottla Htruck a mine 2"i miles from shore, sinking within 20 mlnutos. The crow was saved. THAT YOU MAY LEND Central Garage ALL KINDS OP AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLEO PROMPTLY AND CAR!FULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES % PHONE 1023 Old Roller Hlnjjc, cor. 3rd St. 4 4th Avenue Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLINXT W. 8. COOK V SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery netda very careful attention daring tha cold weather. � CiD Our Service Deptftoent and �o will send for your battery and store a�mo during tho v.'lnter at reaaoSabtn ' rates at our up-to-date �ftttory Station. 311 7th Street S. Phone 018 E! ARMY APPEARS With the American Force* on tha Lorraine Front, Nov. 10.--Ta>a 2nd American army thia morning launched Its Initial attack In Lorraine. Its objectives were limited. The village of St. Hllaire was captured as also were a number of woods. ministry for war bearing tho counter signature of the Social-Democrat act ing uk assistant, are official." Deputy Scheldemann oxhortod the crowd to keep calm and to avoid Incidents. Deputy Von Tliarr and some soldiers spoko from a motor lorry. A delegate from tho corps of officers of the guard battalion announced that the officers were on tho sldo of the people. Stormy applause and jubilation iie^ompaiuud the speeches.' AU8TRIA HASN'T FULLY COMPLIED Rome, Nov, 9.-A wireless message signed by the commander-in-chief of the Italian navy saya that the naval clauses in the Austria--Hungarian vmlstlce treaty, the time of which elapsed Friday, have not ali been compiled with. Thla announcement la made In an official statement issued to- REVOLUTIONARY NAVY DELEGATES  - * London, Nov. 9.-Delegates of the revolutionary German navy arrived in IJerlln on Friday, according to d dispatch from Copenhagen to the Exchange Telegraph company. They conferred for sovernl hours with the minister of marine and with members of the reichstag majority parties. It is stated that Hugo iiaase, a Socialist leader In the rgfcjhstag, has tha ultua-J Uou at Hftuaburf s> feuid. Cm OWNERS! Wit CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Aay 5-Piuenger Car We Will Overhaul ftr $35.00 Other Work 60 Cents per Hour. WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED -...........^��.-.-..^wv^. 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