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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Mm- t\oni It being ae iaflon that Ger armlatlea eondh tha alllea, whiclj could 't\ot have aa the emperor j er. MONDAy, NOVEMBER 11,1918 No Diao , Zurich, Nov. vflubal'ded in Muni �Bt reports. The king ia unknown, the .rioting are fi for Ihe most part, aiatt^. Thb. Landtag OiiU- Socialists ai alttad to enter re being shot. How Nawa Jg^asbln^ton, NoQ M j�ent by the Oe. Munich ' tie disorder has ccording to lat- being: ;-,^nfinad, otHiQ*dau, working un-; der the control oj iS^ workmen's anct' soldiers' council, ^es the following report: ' 'jj i " "This morning 11S a'clock the work-; ers of the great^^ industrlaj under-r takings (iommenci general strike, t "Srpceasions h^sjlitfed-from all the' suburb's to the ceitjrpjof theVcltyl.H.e^i flags'were carriei urthe head ofjtiiec^ " aiarched soldier si; processions in wh li and andaaaea. ^] , u "The first prooeHlOn arrived froia the Ackeratraaae As a preliminary fleers were urgei cockades and e part these were "There -was a of soldiers and wbrl troops have reached the Franco-Belgian frontier. North p� the Sambre ______, . pur progress continued against sdrge- 83 allegiance toS-what increased resistance fr^*^ enemy's rear-guards. "North of the M ' troops have taki airy is ailproa progressed fo^ "Ojjr advan pushing forwa; and have reachi al west of nor' On the railway! great quantities fallen Into our Big Waishlngton, Ins's ^ommunii troops of the Is operating with the same comma: important areas yesterday. Kamatz, Loup vlUe, Moirey, C les were captun The -communic ing: \Amsterdam[ Nov. 8, Friday.-^The lamation issued at Munich in be> of the council of workers, f oilers and peasants which constituted-self into a diet, announcing a re-; .^iiublic had been formed in Bavaria, |declared!!^tlbBt the Democratic and So- iBrunnestharssei: soldiers andjof-; remove their; For the moat'i y removed.-)^ ral fnatemizatiorf The work-l men penetrated ihs .barracks where( they received' an, en^usiastic recep-r tion from the 8ol^ie|^ "Thte military''eoppanta of factor-; ies mingled wiQi fl^ workers, left the' works and trea.tei/^i{h them in cbm-mon, , 1 i?;?. , f''{asillerB, but only ioned 'by the Brt- two ptticera firedl "Three persqndiwSrp klUed and one was Injured. Thlp is [to be regretted. ---- - , . "The taJdngfjpotfflWlion of a major-then SociaUst' ity of the publl'c J)^4ings and estab-j._Uist committee Uahments was comj^ated without dlf-kent joint sittings ficnlty.once Itiira* ijle^r that the mlli-aere soon Rafter-!UrT.!hadgoneovpp-7t* thejeople." The Krui^afli|rraated London, Nov.- 10.4i'(5rl0 ]^.m.).-Es-to the new non- the grd|t^Bt Krupp steel Idtag of the So^.'^':!'" �Jt�at^.l?^ reported to be �,^ln the hands of ItSwlrevolutionaries, dispatcli Saturday, Nov. that (It?) I ^tions to the-var-soned in Berlin in order to ex- vaerts was oc 300 riflemen in lagalnst possible fide of the form-troops had orlg-jtde by reichstag yard of the bar- Headquarters of the AmeriwHl'*S*t peditionary Forces in France, Nov. 10. -Along the front the west bank ot the JIe\ise, from Mouzay ;tb \Fresne-en-Wbedvre, the- night w-as marked by, heavy artillery fire and sharp machine gun fighting." .' � , German Official Berlin, Nov. lO.--The German offi^: cial statementi^'He^todfi^r^rrfTif5 military operairoiS''',On "'fire "westeffl'* front says: '..v "Yesterday betwe^ff:fi^|g^^^^i the Meusfe the enemy''followed"*our movements beyond Ronss'e.Luze, St Guistalh, Maubeuge, Tretow and over the Sormone river, �WBtt ot* Gharle-vUle. f^-^Vi^m.' "On'the. easterh Meusa^/Settirtti&iiif on the plain of tha.;'Woeuvre many ^attacks of the Americans "were repijii-. �^'", \ IHAT REPUBLIC IS Rii^rriiisiiiis Auaterdam, Nov. 9.-r-(By the Asio-olkted (Press).-German troops hare croaaed the Austrian frontier into Tiy' ral and Sklsburg. i ifleima Neue Freie Pressin re-jvpresence of the Oernii^fi* " ^that the Austro-Hungar-nmand tias protested^to ^the passage of Gisr-|.ustriBn territory ajtd ;6-Hungarlan gove^-r^'proteat on the grot^id tAtice concluded; with the '' and; the United Staijes gered thereby. jf igircumstances, ItiUs. is powerl�BB Bent by whjcb light 1>ecome:!a says a the Bzchange Ti Lieut. Von wife ;have been ' Malntali Berlin, Nov. statement issued people win be maintained. A large, p'art of the garrison has been closed . . ^ ^ ^ . and bodies Ql, teooBolaud 'rojBJ, Amsterdam to | g^jg jj^ye be^jSliSd ,,, of the workni_en's aba aoTdiers'^oun- "The goverliQnt" ^ common by the Social-; ty of Germa^4'|�, ; Social-DemocwCiC'^! The workmen's and' soldiers'^ cc^iincil will take charge of the malntenauoe: of quiet and order.^ Long live the fecial Republic." mm m The Rac Has Moyedf Man 418 5tfa ih company, iowlen and his id. ' Order 9.-j-f^# text of the ed py] the people's government reada: j Ji i "In the course lot uie forenoon ol Saturday th0 fomfa^loji of a new German people's gov^rtltn'ent was Initiated. The greater ip^V^ of the Berlin garrison and-othgi{ ctroops: stationed there temporarilyi*'�i|efat over to the new government. ; 5 | "The leaders of^ tbe deputations of the Sooial-pemoci^api party declared that they would npt^Moot against, the people. They sali^ ttey would, in accord "with the peoijl^ igovemment, in- _ ______iWiis-dl SStfficils/i^ fdftitiS'if-lcStfleaol: altered situation will not be lilndered in their duties.  \ "We reckon on the co-operation of the entire population. All officials will remain at their posts. ' . '"Fundamental social, and political reforms will immediately commence." The inti Tied off cal cltizeij B. V. d| timer of day momj pneumonj^ urday mo tack of ii had been Miss Ml timer I9 t member 'o| Church, alio succ pneumonii She, too. h: epidemic has car-jiore well-known lo-jthe-itast 24 hours. I a "well known old-iridga, died pn Sun-kt 6 o'clock .from |lbH developed Sat-foUowlng an at-iMv.from which he Irfng all week, melay, 'another old-jtyj^and for years a stAff ot Conybeare, hut' and Davidson, r-,t6 an attack > of iSalurday night, nen ill only a week. RED REK Lammasch, th^.,Auftrlan premier, ct^y^ rf3iiflcia,l^o|mcati( ^ ::TZ 5%om^^,tl _ Poland has assumed toverelonty over Gailfcia. GalStia la a From all pajris.c ; pire news has been receiyed regarding j similar revolutions, which almost everywhere remain within the" bounds of econotnlc URI.E GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT beOBOCK PRICES. iHfoRiiiaoRs.m>: .> -THK House-oF.s^Rvice- helmets ot aoldlera have' been removed, being .replaced by a red band. The wearing of the Iron Croa's has been strictly prohibited. , Revolution at Eutin .....M?immcM9X,^L.,.. Zei�W�^i;Pfc::Essen^a!inPun,�^,^ , ^_______ tin,; I 'c&pim :prln'ci'i)'alit2.'3t.'.IMg , becl�ris''ln the hands of''tHe soldiers'' council. Many persons', both civilian and military, have been shot. ' Sailors Desert Posts Copenhagen, Nov.' 10.-r German guard veasela 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 Raflways Copenhagen, Nov. 10.-'Wie railway stationa in the entire industrial districts of Germany from Dort;mund to Dulsburg have been occupied by the aoldlera', councils, according to a dispatch from Essen. .There were no disorders. Revolution Extends Rapidly London, Nov. 10.-According to dla-patches from Amsterdam and Copenhagen, the revolution in. Germany is extending rapidly, but in most places the desired effect Is being achieved without violence or serious disorders, in some places, notably in .inhal SiWif iSr �tWe*piiffliiy^ai^^re"c operating with the reforming parties in establishing a new order of things. Complaints alraady have been heard in Berlin that the press censorship la being exercised as'rigidly by the new as by the gli'xtgimaj' " ^ Porrew*-oii" .....je'-Amerfcan .-----. -A�f^.rtTlft?4�^fe^ri>lA*tf, atadt, capital of the grand duchy ',;,London, Nov.- 9,rr(British. wlr�i^ (ta service}e-s^at before Prince^ Mp(in|ttln(j#^JI|ien offered hlf f^llsnlflMr^-ia ^irhperial chancel-; E idr, he iMued ar|: appeal "to Ger; tlea) abandojiad by its allies, the German people could no longeif r aBainat the Inereaaingj,, or forcea" The text .etf llor'a atatement readst^j these rdifficult daya,tha ^ many amoi^ you,.; niy . _ countryman, ;i)rho . outaldcj 'f* the frontier of the German father* land are aurrounded by manifeata^! tiona of malicloua joy and hatredj will be^eavy. Q(^(iot despair of ll^'SimSfera. fought to lattiiBoment ae heroloally as an)| ffiMMngth In suffertag an to proclaimed an Dubllej taya an Ex-ipt^.dlapatch from . Grand Duke of Hefie ha* decreed the formation of a eeuncll of atate |d"{^ke oyer trfb buslfetifOf the ^iioYernm|iai;"untIi a flrhi| -foment of'^^he-'^*'qwestiofhr from the present Jtuatlon." ; (Continued from Front Page) Ebert's election to offlceJn'SuM.of this year was taken to mflan atitthe time that the Socialist minority Jn the reichstag had been elther^recjaimed by the military goverhni'etnt or {that Ebert quite recently declared in the reichstag that the German people would no longer permit themselves to be without the right to decide their, fate. . It was he who iiilDrmed' the reichstag of the release of Dr.'Lleb-knecht.  a ' Ebert's Power Supreme Berlin, Nov. 9.-(Via Liondon,, Nov. 10, 12:30 p.m.).-Deputy,, sehelde-mann, president of the SdciaHats in the reichstag, In a speech said: '.. "The kaiaer and the cfown,prince have abdicated. The dynasty ha�_been charged with the formation* of a'liaw government, in Yrhich all shades of the S>>sf of the Italian navy, aaya that 'the naval clausea In the Austria-^Hungarian armistice treaty, the itime of which elapsed Friday, have not all' baen compiled with. Thia announcement la made In in official atatament iaeued to- . ::>y. � _' REVOLUTIONARY NAVYDEtEOATES  . . -- � �* ; London, Nov., 9.-Delpgatea of the revolutionary German navy arrived In Berlin^on Friday, according to.tfdi^-piucb' from Copenhagen to tbe Bx-ehange "Telegraph company. T^y 'cdihterred for several hours' with the iiiinlster of marine and with members pfrtiie reichstag majority parties. It is stated that Hugo Haase, a Socialist lailLder in the i�lch8tag, ha� tiia sttua at Hamburr^ia^di' ;a�|ompahl8d the speeoh^?':3*'^Mj|||,^; a*'*^J>>^ ALL Bpu) ' the'troubli many, PrI en and all have resli from perl the Germi been def chancellor HERp||The burgomas-preftet of po-hsmse|vs| and their staff at the disposal of the new (,lovernment JOIN REVOLUTION Cepsnhagen, Nov. 10. The craws of the German dreadnaughts Posen, Ostfrlestan, Nanaua and Oldenburg In Kiel harbor have Joined the revolution. Marines occupied Ostemere and foi^ght down a coast artillery division which offered resistance. An Ocean City, ,Md., despatch says that the American steamer. Saettia struck a mine 25 miles from .shore, sinking within 20 minutes. The crew w^ savddJ THAT MAY i END llSetS PEACE? i rtSoutheyrln 18X4.' ce at this moment- ,|:given deliverence to power? je, when 'Vengeance, r now to be ro- blood lorners of the world L the accursed head; hath her holy ban-now in one just cause with one sublime ^oft the yoke abhorred, faith and ancient ing Bword? Central ALL KINDS Oi WORK HANOq AND C> STORAGE" BAT PHOI Old Roller Rlr 4th Avenue [ W. H.DOWLir StUTO REPAIR RRlOMPTLY JFULLY IkCCESSORIES IES; 11023 ioor. ard St. A Lethbrldge W.8.tOOK SERVICI Attention Your battery^ ful attepUon weather.^ Can Di and we will tery and Vfinter at re our up-to-d ^11 7th Streetl lotdriJits ing very oare-iha cold store! iSer?icev yourbat-ao during the able 'iatea at jittery - Staitlon. Phond �16 own: WEllCUT YOUR Rl BILLS in JV er Car We Will Overhauli Other Work 60 Cents per Hoi WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFl Palace Garage, 2n ~ STODDART A RAVEN, AUTOMOTIVE ENC $35.00 }ED Ave. lERS pi Do Not Wait Till ^didtor Free; Use Johnson's Freeze-Proof. 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