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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETli'liHILKiK UAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus HOVI ASc.E.^00 -1 crv f - TIM I'D HAROuy KNOW XOU- C| IER (Continued from Front Pago). No Disorder at Munich Zurich. Nov. 10.-The disorder ha� nicks of Alexander, whereupon a ropi- | nient with a largo number of its of- I firers \ the ri'ichstiiK. Al noon Socialists Kb- ; ert and Scheidemann wont (n a :>:i!i- I jtary automobile accompanied by troops j to the chancellor and declared that, ! they had decided to take the .sovern- 1 ' tnent in their hands. Iii tlie rcicltsta^ ] according to lat- further arrived a Uo'.e.Kati.m ALL!! TROOPS itinc.i'd from Frunt ['-ret. .->nt �> thousand sailors, who wore marching in tho direction of Ilorlin and were expected during the after- pubsided in Munich............. est. reports. Tho whereabouts of the !iirf king is unknown. The casualties In the rioting are few, being confined. - , for tho most part, to officers who re-ju^n. It is reported that they were :i;r I ej,totj ieuually ready to express allegiance to , �aa, The Landtag has been dissolved, j the new popular government. March of Events in Berlin British Official London. Nov. 50. --The V da! istn'csr.rtu rays: fturh of t!;r. s' troops have roar gian frontier. ;t;?h off I Only Socialists and deputies are permitted to enter the building. looters nre being shot. How News Was Received Washington. Nov. 50.-Radio advic- ire our advanced the Kr.uico I!e!-North of the S u'.ihre ogress continued agaif.st .-o::ie-jncreased resistance from the enemy's roar-guards, i "North of the Mons-Fonde canal, our tlerlin, Nov. p.--(Via Ixjndon, Nov. ;alry 50.-(10:10 a.m.).-With regard to in-: cldents of Nov. 0 in Herlin the semi- j troops have taken Leiizo and our cav- nni REPUB 10 SAVE GERMANY Amsterdam. Nov. Friday.-Tho proclamation issued at Munich in behalf of the council of workers, soi- ls approaching V.h. have I diers and peasants which constituted progre: �d four mile east of Kenaix. i "Our advanced detachments are official telegraph bureau, working un-!pu-mI1, forward southeast of Molina sent by the German station at Nau- dor the control of tho workmen's and 'iim\ haVe reached the line of the canon and picked up by the American na-' soldiers' council, issues the following i al wt,st of northwest of that town, val towers wore made public today report: Ion the railways ea-t of Maub-nge by the stato department with the ex-; -This morning at y o'clock the work-| prea; nuar.titioa of rolling stock have planation that it did not vouch for er, 0f the greatest industrial under-j fallen int.) cur hands." their authenticity They described the takings commenced a general strlk events of Saturday in Berlin, chowing that the Socialist party had taken control of tho government there. The first dispatch says that on Saturday morning the Socialist party announced its intention of leaving the cabinet and a delegation from regiments of the garrisons of Herlin and neighboring town* expressed their allegiance to the new government. On Saturday, Deputies Ebert and SoneMe- "Proeessione hastened from all the suburbs to the centre of the city. Re�l flags were carried at the head of th-processions in yvhich marched soldiers and all classes. "Tho first procession arrived from the Ackerstrasse and Hrunnestharsse. As a. preliminary the soldiers and officers were urged to remove their I ville. .V.oirvy. rhaumont and Matihc cockades and epaulets. For the mo-t \,-? were captured I Dig Yank Gains ! Warhin^ton. Nov. 10 - C,en. I'er.-h-| inc'* o.mi!iiunieatio:i last night said troops of ;u,. j ir-.tt !)! '.'-tion from the soldiers. j the Mouse. f..en M.r.i.-. .> to "The military occupants of factor- j Woeuvre. the :>i^h: :;i les mingled with the workers. left theiheavy ar works, and treated with them In com-1."'in Lch; mon. 'So far as known the only clash between the masses and armed forcrs took place o:t the occupation of the so-called "('ockshafer' barracks. In that was a guard of fusili-rs, but only two officers fired. "Three persons were killed and one was Injured. This Is to be regrett.-d. "The taking possession of a major �rlcan Kx- . Nov. I.e. hank of I'- ll" s m.tn:-d by sharp uia da leave cabinet. Since then Socialist Ity of the public buildings and ejtab-and Independent Socialist committee lishments was completed without i'.if-�whole holding permanent joint sittings ficulty once It was clear that the mili- in the reichstag, where soon afterward appeared delegations to the var-1 ions regiments garrisoned In Berlin j nnd neighboring towns In order to express their allegiance to the new popular government. Building of the Socialist newspaper Vorwaertr, was occupied by a cQuad of .'too riflemen In order to protect it against possible eventualities on tho side of tho former regime. I "Movement among troops had orig-j Inated by speech made by reichstag tary had gone over to the people." The Krupps Arrested I/ondon, Nov. 10.-i5:io p.m.L-Kk. sen. whore the greatest Krupp steel works ere sltuatod. Is reported to be in the hands of tho revolutionaries, says a. dispatch from Amsterdam to tho Exchange Telegraph company. Lieut. Von Krupp flowlen and his wife have boon arrested. Maintaining Order Berlin, Nov. 0.-The text of the Herlin rial =la; m::lM;-y front ss "Ve ��:, the inov-menrs ! Gui: fain. Ma1 Ville. "():: the ea n Foe tacks Hi." German Official :.-iv. ie - Th I itb-elf into a diet, announcing a republic had been formed in Bavaria, dei-1 ired that the democratic and Socialist republic of Havarla hns tho strength to realise a peace for Ger- 'tu.iny. preserving that country from the worst. i The* proclamation, after promising n I constituent assembly to be elected by adult men and women, says that Bav.-.rl.i will make (b-rmary ready for a league of nations It then continues: "The present revolution is needed ti complete the pelf-govcrnment of the people before enemy armies stream across our country or before troops should, after the armistice, bring about chaos. "The councl^ will insure strict order. Soldiers in barracks will govern themselves by means of soldiers' c uni'iis. Offirers ;."|tiio^c|ng in the a',; eyed situ itbm will no' be hindered in tli-;r duties. "We reckon on the co-operation of th" entire population All official4 v. i'.l r'-main at 'he.v posts. | "K-::id.i!!ieni:i] so und political irofirns v.lll iinm io A mo "I nv, Fharl my a1-repuls- members in the courtyard of tho bar- statement issued by tho people's gov-rr- � � -r-------=,-----=n ernment roada: ANDY The Radiator Man Has Moved to 418 5th Street S. "In the. course of the forenoon of Saturday the formation of a new German people's government was Initiated. The greater part of the Berlin garrison and other troops stationed there temporarily went over to the new government. people will be maintained. A large part of the rand- u Ins el" -d and hod'.es of troops an:', machine guns 'nave 1-|, pl.tr- 1 at tb- di pa .al -f th- w.irk.t.en'-j and : oldiers' coin-cil. "The government will lie guided in common by th- Sot lal-Di-ninrratle y: tlr? na'l'nial c. helmet-' of �.-.H ed. hej:iu' v.o'.o Nov. !�.-The Daai-!i ! : -"I'lctly guard- ! by ; Iters' comic!]. Th! ' U \ . st .red. in oader t > t -ape of rieh 'pi-, j her hi.'h r-floer-. Al! ad out!.....a levai reotov- i rod h..:td. | � Iron Fro '-.I. t Eutin -The Itheini GRAND DUKE OF HE8SE HEEDS THE WARNINGS Amsterdam, Saturday, Nov. 9.- An official > of the. world cries out For Justice upon the accursed head; When Kroedom hath her holy banners spread Over all nationn. now in one Just cause Fnlted; when with one sahlimo accord Kurope throws off the yoke abhorred, And loyalty and faith and ancient laws Follow the avenging sword? LATEST BULLETINS ARMISTICE WILL BE SIGNED Rome, Nov. 9.-News of the German Emperor's abdication was received hern with great satisfaction, It being accepted ns an indication that Germany will sign,tho armistico conditions Imposed by the allies, which, it Is contended, could not have been done so long as the emperor remained In power, MAIN TA3K IS PEACE Amsterdam, Nov. 10. - The workmen's and soldiers' council, in r proclamation to the people, sayo a provisional provincial government Is being formed, which will co-onerate with the existing authoriticu in establishing a new order. Our aim Is a free Social People'3 Remibllc. The main task is to secure peace. "Questions beyond the limit of the provincial administration belong to the dominion af the state and imperial legislatures. We are willing to co-operate with the present officials, go far as they submit to the new course. We are resolved to put down any resistance with the forces at our disposal." Industrial districts have been established in the various cities under tho same general plan. OFFER AID Berne, Nov. 10.-The burgomaster of Berlin and the prefect of police have olaced themselves and their staff at the disposal of the new government. JOIN REVOLUTION Copenhagen, Nov. 10. - The crews of the German dreadnaughts Posen, Ostfriestan, Nansua and Oldenburg in Kiel harbor have joined the revolution. Marines occupied Ostemore and fought down a coast artillery division which offered resistance. An Ocean City, Md., despatch says, that the American steamer Saettlii struck :i mine ","> miles from .shore, sinking within L'tl minutes. The crew nas saved. THAT YOU MAY LEND Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4lh Avenue 8., Lethbrldge W. H. DOWLING W. S. COOK STORACI. BATTIRV SERVICE STATION Attention* Motorists Your Uattery need* very careful attention during th* cold weather. Call Our Service Department and wo will aend for your battery and store same during tho winter nt reasonable rate* at our up-to-date Buttery Station. 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 The weiring of :he Iron Crte;;- h been :.t:ii't'.y pruhll Revolution Amsterdam, Nov. Zeitung of Kf.Jen ant.ounces that l''u-! tin, the capital principality of Luo- j heck, i-i in the hand* of the Giddier;'! council. Many pei'.Miii: > ie l| ,ir v, at th. PREPARE FOR WINTER f DON'T WAIT TOO LONG We have a good selection of Winter Goods: Robes, Heaters, Engine Covers, Antifreeze, Chains, Dry Cells, Winter OAs. WE HAVE A COUPLE OF GOOD USED CAR8 FOR SALE AT BEDROCK PRICES. tho necessary administration of the : their Htations, The crews forced the � im-^^,________ I officers to leave the vessels and then ....... ' j hoisted the red t'hiit. Rebels Control Railways I ('oiieiihajreii, Nov. 10.-The railway t stations in the entire industrial districts of (b-nnaiiy from Dortmund to Diiishurn have been occuiiied by the soldiers' council-;, aocordiiiu to a di'-: patch from Kssen. There weiv no | disorders. j Revolution Extends Rapidly j London, Nov. Io, AccordinK to dis-j patches from Amsterdam .and ('open-; hUKen, tho revolution in (lormany i.s extendintl rapidly, hut in m.is! place.-: the desired effect i.i heini; achieved without violence or .-erioiu disorder*. In xoniu place � rt (.'!!'" recently declared In the roii I: la:-' that the (,'erman people would no loni-er permit themselves to he v. Ithotit the rie,hf. tu docldo their Tali-. It was he who Informed tho 1'eiohsta.K of ihe release of Dr. l.-leb-kneclu. Ebert'a Power Supreme licrliu. Nov. a -i Via , London. Nov. l't. lJ.'.o put i. Deputy Schoide-mnnii, president of the Socialists in the reieh.-.taK. in a speech said: "The kal.--er nnd the crown prince have nbdica'ed The dynasty has been charged with the formation of u new ;.;oveyiime!U. in which nil shades of the Social-Democratic: purty lire to participate. �Only decree-: from the government h< arm;; the -iimatnrci of lierr Kbert .have validity. Only onlor.s from the ministry :'or war hearing tho counter-tuKmttunt of the Social-Democrat act-ini; �.� issi.tatn are official." Deputy .-hdieidC'Diiinii enhortod the crowd io keep calm and to avoid Incidents. With the American Forceu on the Lorraine Front, Nov, 10.-The 2nd American army this morning launched its Initial attach In Lorraine. Its objectives were limited. The village of St. Hilaire was captured at also were a number of woods. Deputy Von piarr and some soldiers openitiiiK wllli Iho reforming parties '. spoke from a motor lorry. A daloguto in oHtabllshlni; a new order of things. ; from the corps of offlcerH of tho Complaints already have been heard j ijuarcl batuiliop announced that the in itei'lin that, the press censorship is , officers wore on the side of tho peo-beiiiK exorcised as rigidly by tuu uuw pie. Stormy applause und Jubilation us by tuu uiil i'�giui9, _^ jvUKiomnuniQd lln; speeclK's. AUSTRIA HASN'T FULLY COMPLIED CAR OWNERS! WE CUT YOUR REPAIR BILLS IN TWO Any 5-Passenger Car We Will Overhaul (or $35.00 Other Work 60 Cents per Hour. WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. " 8TODDART & RAVEN, AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS Rome, Nov. 9.-A wireless message signed by the commander-in-chief of the Italian navy says that the naval clause* in the Austria-Hungarian armistice treaty, the time of which elapsed Friday, have not all been complied with. This announcement is made in an official statement Issued today. REVOLUTIONARY NAVY DELEGATES * - <' j London, Nov. !).-Delegates of the' revolutionary Oenunrt navy arrlvud In Herlin on Friday, according to a dispatch from Copenhagen to the Kx-j chango Telegraph company. They' conferred for Hoverul hours with tho I mlniater ol' murine and with mombors j of tho l'filchaUK majority parties. lt,ln' Htated that Hugo iluaae, u Socialist: leader In the rfijjlistaK, hue the situa-l jlluu ill UumblU'f 4% 4��