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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IMilBER THE VlCTORYlDAN MONEY IS STILL NEEDED V � t VOLUME XL LETHBHIDGE, AL^R^A/ TtJESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918 NUMBER 282 WELCOME THE BOYS HOME WITH. M OVER-SUBSCRIBED LOAN TO VICTORY German Soldiers Mutiny; Marching Towards Holland , � ' '  - � \ � y � . AMSTERDAM, Nov. 11.-(Monday, 11:30 ;�.m.]-Qerman troops at iT FRONT AMSTERDAM,,Nov. 11.-A �eldiers'oouncil hat been formed at the ^ front and will eubmit lie demiindsoto Field Marehal von Hindenburg to-' morrow, aayt a Wolff Bureau diepatch from German general headquarters. Prepare Double phe Pressure ibr This Weel^s Big S^Mli-JUtthbi^ldge dletrfct ahead obuplei.'ef: rh'ore hundred thout-anlttdurlng'the balance of the cam- . ^Rouble uj> on your eontrlbut-lona, Mr.v^, at a tribute t6-ihl.*fli�d Victory. Inveat Vour; money to aid In prapartng for the "Boy* when tha^oomemarch'in!) home." Jbtt around the corner In the oldr Southard block, atk for Mr. Baalim or ;Mr. Qlbbone.- Either one will give you a aheet of paper ittd.M pan and ahew you how to nfaka 5 14 per cent on the bOtt ^'ieciiirjty In-tlie world. Ordinary I ttflrajnyeatmentalook'cheap rfWrSf;it;- �'^��� M:- TwoFingers and a Smilel Wave Your Dollars Now '--T-f^.''^ The actual fighting In the great world war la over, but the nations of the world still have to pay for It. Canada It no exception to the f;ule. To round out victocy we must see to it that tht^'debts contracted during the past four and one-half years are paid, and wa'^must undertake the reconstruction period.  For this Canada needs money, and for thfet money Cnnada is lookinc to the people of Crnadc. They have an oppor;tunity to round out their duty by buying Victory Bonds in the present rViotery Loan campaign. Canada needs $500,000,000 to meet the war debts oontriii�,ted in the past few months and to moke a start on the period of reconsti^uction when the boys come homo. The duty is Imperative. Lethljridge has done nobly so far In the presi^t Victory Loan, drive, but we have not yet done so well as last year, Lethbridge has never failed to do more than her nhare in the various war endeavors. Let us keep up that good record. The Victory Loan drive does^not end tlli Saturday night. In the next four dnyi; lei us strive to reach tHe million mark. It will be a fitting climax' for those of us who have beeiii allowed to remain at home while the boys in kfiakl did the real work,'over there. And remember, with victory assured, Victory Bonds are a better investment tiyJay than ever they h|ye been in.'the tiast. Most Important Mining and Milling Districts Affected by Evacuation of Territory West of Rhine tlie tlie . C�iudian^'whQ>haT^ bought ai 191S Victory Bd'ii(lilw^ffer two finders ,aittf-asf^ile irhiea ^ey meet ^i^Mpiit Blockade ALLIES WILL ii&Iir SEB THEM STARVE London, Nov. 12.-Commenting upon the question of the disposition , of Qerinany's colonies; the Mandiester Guardian sayp-that some of those iu terested in cdlonift] questions are ask-'ing fwh6ther.thej,:time Is not coming �when, "America will reconsider hpr attitude iti.regard to undertaking territorial obligatlpnB in the backward xeg- Parls, Nov. 11;-The new German gotrernment, it attpeaVs,'considered tlio ],armistlce terms. at a altiing late on Sunday at Berlin,; Having decided to accept; them it. telegraphed instruct' ious from Berlin to Spa,'the German headquarters, authorizing the delegates to aiSix their aiguaturek to the agreement* -> ' . The courier who was uraltlng at Spa Jeft, ihimediately. Ifor � the lines and crossed them-without, inpldent. He colonies is tp:^be added to the already enormous, biitrden resting upon the British E)^pit^e,V the newspaper says, "thia burden^yif carried on by us or shared in souie manner between Great Britain and France, may ^become altogether too unwieldy. There ip greatest need in colonial, administriitlon of the ^efflcii^t of: liberal-ipinded help -which^Amerlca could supply." Let every South Town have oiie; What? An Honor Flag. s i These south towns aheady are in tk� bailor list: CLARESHOtM LEThIrIDGE MAGRATH BOW ISLAND HIGH RIVER OKOTOKSr COMMERCE DIARfOND CITY NOBLEFORD BLACKIE ' HILLCB Don't kt your towttViiaine' urday. ^ , Get busy and get your flag aind tome crowns^ too. Be able to fly the flag wheniUlt boys^come hoine. E STRETCH HER A MILLION OR VICTORY ions" ____________ "If. tn^.atif&inistration of Germao. reached the Chateau (ie\PraDcfoi't at 2 1- ., v� ,jj,.i ., n,, ,i,o.j,rr-Q�j;iogij In the mbrriini: and (found,the German /plenipotejiitlarieB- waiting. They ask^d,'after they had read theii-instructions, to see Ha^shal t'dcb, who was lit a special train;pna>Wit6h near the chateau. ^ Marshal Pbch, ;w^th 'Admiral Sir Rosslxu Wemyss, flrst lord^of the British navy, received Jthein. 'A .'discussion which is described;fijt, the,Temips correspondent aa beliii^;."i'atlier long," took place upon cMtain' clauses, par ticulalrly that r^garAing the, taainten-ance Of the blockade, TJbe,German delegated si^ed thfTidbc'tupent at 5 o'clock. . -X Premier 'Olemencteu, receiving ijorrespphdents .today, - said, on the question of the blci^ltede: "The German 'pr^nQiotehtiaries insisted, abbye all; iippn .:the ! question of foiid. We will maintain, Itiis well understood, the blotikftde during the ^erms of the ai'mi'stic'e,. Nevertheless, as th? situation in Germany'and Aus-j tria Is desperate;: wo will dp: every Report That Btilperor^^ /Austrian Has Abdicated LONDON, Nov. 12.-Emperor Charles of Austria has abdicated, according to a Copenhaoen dispatch to.the'Exchange Telegraph company^  quoting private advices|from Vienna. Victor Adler, leader of the Aci^strlan Socialists and foreign secretary , IB'the cabtneL formed at Vienna on October 31, is dead, it is reported. It is repcrleci that a general-strike will be declared In Vienna to-morrovj. ^  , The abd'cntion of Emperor'Charles has been'^rumored several times in the past two weeks, but nc,ne of these' reports have been confirmed, i On October 29, it was reported, that" he had fled from Vienna, At this watheiv terms. � , . ; Its ;500,0:sci.utire miles. Prin-cipalj tp'flr^S ;*lire; ^eti, Strassburg, Mul-hausen..:and Bow Avenue from pneumonia following an attack- of Aaauiaw. Mrs. Paterson was. taken ill on Sunday, Nov. 3rd, with influenza and her condition was not believed sfejiouB. In fact she had' recovered 8ufBclently--to be up and' aUi�tifoJ^i|'M.arshal Qeneral'a 6f-' "liiil^i^raai'trants of IB and. ;�^lf�.,y�are old, whO^.have ; Coming of "The Day" Etnd After After four years and three'months 6t the fierce hurricane of war, a - ... ----- -, . , , hurricane such as the world has never .witnessed; and which we can only thing possible to feed them what we; trust the world will never again witness/has subsided. A calm reigns over the ruffled waters dyed with the.crlmi^oh.,of the bravest and best of the sons of the Empire and of the nations. Who along with us have battled to save humanity and civilization from the pvWwhelming menace which threatened to engulf th'em. ^, Tlje Teuton tide of barbarisfi had lashed itself in^^tury Bgainst ajl and everything which mankind, as we estimate It, holds, dear. Biit it was on a rock formed of a people's fortitude,, dourage, determination, and devotion, imparalleied in the history of the algfes,'that the tide vainly beat, and'in its can in fairness tor ourselyes. It is a question, of the tfanspbrt.which dominates all these probiema.^' Fear Starviitlon. London,. Nov. ll'.-i-The full text of the German wireleiis' dispatch giving the.inesBage from'foreign Secretary golf to Secretary of.'state Lansing follows: . 'Brief portious...of;the message re squari^'inlle's'lit "extent and has aboiit 925,000-"Irihab tahi's. It is chiefly, a farming and ^wto growing ".opun.try, although' there are some large'mani'i-facfurihg industries. The capital is Speyer.;' . ''^ . Birkenfeld is a 'principality belonging to; although detached from, the grand duchy of Oldenburg. The total areai'Of the grand duchy of Hesse, about one^hird of which lies west of the Rhine, is 2,965 square miles and its. total population 1,300,-000. The: capital .Pf Hesse, which is j on the bank of the Rhine, is Mainz, one of the principal forts of Germany. Evacuation of this territory 'also frees from German. control the formerly irideperideiit government of Luxemburg,'invaded by Germany at the beginning ht the war. Amsterdam, Monday,':Nov. 11.-An agreemeait hag.vbeen'reached between the; Socialist'cand 'Iftdtib6naBht=*So�Ciai; i8t>!;').)artiea ,in Germany-and the new regime seems to havoA secured ample (fetipjpprt from the prea';;'?'Jn' addition Jb OiW �Qfoiif-Bureau, the'sSpcialistsare n6W')^rS6le^^.bj's..thrfes':newspapers,!-] the. TOEiggerf^^s, '_^he �' Lokaler Anzeiger, fo;Bhierry therogram." said Mr, Schwab,'J'wm'be'the biggest factor .in? tiding" over the>pi>rtod ^between War production ^a'ndVp4aoe'con- ' The C. P. R. employees of Leth- i bridge are making a name vfor..: themselves. Yesterday In sprite of f; the celebration they turned in,i at T , one time, $10,000 in app'lleatloiw. -' Last year the whole division took � .. $36,000 .bonds. This year, With ' the district cut off to the weW"^-* ,-r^s the employees are'going^verT^the' " $40,000 mark. One section forenian denned., out his bank account Jirtd took $3,200 in bi>nds,/agd[ a brida'e, worker took $1,500, p�y|ng':^forvi:!^f them In cash. "The mer^vare'feager/' ' to'buy bonds this year ize it is a good way to have An^Dther big^boost Is'e :at loaVhea�iquarters tod olty councU .was .arraqgl mornlnflrwith "^hB"""''-*' .treal to borrow v'Domlnld^^notaa, heldi�|tyi '^for-^tfiepur)>ose of^-buylt >-toPm-Vlctosy.xBonds. .The JSomlni ion notes are;^not convertable,^^ /;T>mS under this plan the actual money ; ^ will be /paid over for the ntrgi ' bonte and will therefore count^on ^ 'the'totali This will bring the total up over the $850,000 mark tonight,: and with;the big.sweep, in.opera-/ tion It looks good for Lethbridge V and Immediate district to reach the million mark before Saturday. night. That Is the objective; Help?: f chairman Baalim and the canvassers to realize it ~. lU. of the we^i iCiS^llda mUst^bubscribe M 000:each of the next-fiv^liiffi^^^^ Chauman JClomiiwIiiMi^fe^li^ High...'..- '.�Ki f -J 14819625 ??574658 83775? ;