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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LETHBHIDGE, AtBEjRTA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, NUMBER 283 ; ROLL UP THE FIGURES TO A MILLION -IS CROWN FRINGE DEAD OR ALIVE? ALIVE? London, Nov. 12.-Crown Prlne� Froderiek William Of Germany wao shot arid killad on Monday morning by Qerman aoldlora when trying to oroea the OutoH frontier, aoebrding to Amaterdam dispatch-ee to the Timea and the Peat. DEATH IS CONPIBMEO. Raria,^ lAov. IZ.-r-the dealh of thesCrown Prinoe le ttohfirmed by The. Hajlue eorreapohdent .el >he German 'news agency at- Miihlch, aee'ordtng to a dispatcit td.the Ma-^ tin.- � SAYS HE; 19 SAFE. The Hague, Nov.-13.-The former .Gerniancrown.prlnce arrived yesterday .at Maastricht, aeeord-ingto a dispatch received here. NO OFFICIAl. ADVICE. Waahington, Nov. 13.-It wee officially stated today that the Amerlciin government con-"�ffrm�tlOB-'�f>t|ie rumor that the "former-German crown lOrlnee has been MNcd. ildon, a Riinehen�>Fitllll|r tiUur�d in Bad Accident . , Near City Trieste, Nov. 13.-A state of semi-anarchy prevails in all the regions of Austria traversed by the'Austre-Hungarian soldiers returning from the Italian front. The soldltn have abandoned the ranks and' have' Joined .\ tlie mobs in eacking and setting fire to property. All kinds of exceeses are being committed. __L1yLj� ..^^__________ rible auto smaBli pccurred-yes-terday!iitternoon on the iVl8gra,th trail just Boutheastof the city, rei^ltihg in the death of Mr. Albert Sbelden, iind the Injuring of W. A. isiiller, both ot I Magrath. Mr. SHelden, who Is a prominent sheep rancher Jn the Magrath district, was returning home from this city in a car driven by W. A. Miller who runs a garage in. Magrath. The car was proceeding at.a good rate of. speed when it hit the ^ade which liiss on Aged General With Him Was in Tears--FightjPMr�r>^Kai8- Amsterdam, Nov.. 13.--William Hohenaollern,''former . German emperor, arrivisd' Monday ; afternoon at the castle .of Amerongoni Count von BentinekV country seat at Maarn,, in- tHe province of Utrecht. , Soon after-4j o'clock:a special train atoppad hear the tittle coun-� .^Vf'^^^^ifti'-iiii^SiSit ;easjle./Count s,J|tf>thiplc^il(|;^ in an ^:ymft^.':,M::^iiiiiK;^^i^a.'**- �he former fnperen- dfeiifff ill: a grey generJsl'a^un.iiroi^n with .red cuffs and fur^^tljr>/1*ut, no'orders or V mej;lj;b^j,:j|irid;^yi!'arnring . .>i*, 'xane," -''�Ijlitit*! fr^'n^^ a>*d was flfipicl^^piiunt; V'-' rdi'iiw^;'4';'^Him; Out A^oVfi'liS.-^Holland'a hesi-smttil^itlt �William Hohen-BftU*m!*i�* 21)6rtbfed to the extremely IndlsfliiUe state^ of; public opinion in-Holland, sdys the AmBterdam correspondent of the^jfail. He says that German revoluflpjiary forces who -are holding; the fnintlSr say they were strictly ordered^tb" prevent the former emperor and his tanJIly from escaping into^HoUand. Late Saturday night and shortly before 6 o'clock on Sun-iday morning, he Bays; the souiid of a, cannon could tie Ueard from Germsjf'j territory. It was reported that a fight had taken place Ibetween revolutionists and royalists and that both sides used artillery. .� , � General In Tears Amsterdam. Noyi 12.--A few aged generals accompanied William Hoben-the other side of the trail. The force zollern in liisfllghttb Holland. When of the impact broke the - right hand ; they reached the frontier they were steering knuckle and the cakTaitiJnto stopped by Dutch frontier guards, who the ditch tor some-thirty or iortyteet sent tor Gen.-Oiineij, chief of the In-ahd : tUen turned cdmpfeteljr v�yer^,' ternment seryice, and so^e locial auth-wrenchiitjgr. the tonneaur off .aia' ^)bVi:h ' oritles. After Introduced to the cut by a:knife.Tbe enirtne #at#i%nch^ torttier emperor, Gett.Onnen entered ed. froAi. its, supports and beiWv^nt the automobile virhibh> had crossed the through the radiator.- Mr. ShiMeii (Mntler and drbyii off.: The bysti^nd-waa thrown- fifteen feet out ot ttteriin)ant3.'ln Rumania Is headed by Oen.iCoand^.: - - * Washington, � Nov. s -iS.V-Messaees from high sourceSv^ln ' ^iitbpe are reaching President:f(fli��n Vrslnp; that be personally; aife^C'the -^r^l, peace conference thatvf illMttle m�^Uy the issues .gi�wing;>out!^ Hhev^ar.. The president, it Wai| siM;'todayv'h^s given no-?indlcatibnv^)fJhbw^^^ the sugceition.'Vi^l^ilth * some of' those usually. .wellfiqf9rmed, )j.believe be has an open mind^oii' tti si;bjeotj t^d may Basel, Nov. 13.- Emperor Charles, Empress ZIta and their family, left .Vienna at 9 o'clock Tuesday night for Eckartsau, according to a dispatch from the Austrian capital. Eckersau where there is.a-oastle-;-H is on the Danube river 15 miles i|l east of Vienna. ANOTHER DROPS JOB Berne, Nov. 14.-Prince Leopold of Lippe-Detmold renounced his throne on Tuesday, according to the semi-official Wolff Bureau of Berlin. HAVE ARRIVED. Copenhagen, Nov. 13.-Former Emperor Charles and his family arrived yesterday at Echartsau In an automobile, says.a-dispatch froni Vienna. The Emperor's Mai^lfesto Copenhagen, Nov. 13.-Etaperor Charles on Monday, according to the Vienna correspondence bureau, issuedi] tlje following proclainatlon-^ ,.;,,.>;� "Since my accession' I-^iave Inbfes-' santly tried ,,to rescue my peoples from this tremendous war. 1 liave ngt delayed the .re-establishment of cpU; stltutional rights or the openltag of a way for the people to substantiate national development. \. > "Pilled with an u'iialterable love for, my peoples, I will not, with my person, be a hindrance to their tree de-, velopment. I acknowledge the decision taken by German-Austria to form a separate state. "The people has by its deputies taken charge ot the government.,! *re-llBQUisli every participation in the administration ot the state. Likewise, ,I have released the members of the Austrian government from their offices.  "May the German-Austria peoi)leTe. alize harmony from the new iad'^ust ment. The happiness of my peoples was my aim from the beginning?. My warmest wishes are that an internal peace will be able to heal the wounds of this war. \ (Signed) "CHARLES."' (Countersigned) "LAMMASCHE." Austria's Position. V, Paris, Nov. 13.-In the \abdication of Emperor Oliarles of Austria-Hungary the Paris press sees an eye^^t which may lead to Important .consequences, as his'action marks the. final rupture in the dynastic hond whicti has held together for centuries peoples having little mutual sympathy. The Matin says that the allied governments should study the. position which they will assume toward the attachment of German-Austria to the German republic. It argues that it German-Austria is permit'ted to join the new Germany It should share in the responsibilities of Germany, fifth Victoiy Loan Fund s Lease; ratr|)tic run Biy Bonds to Gare for "Boys" the actual fighting in the battle �ne all over, and with pros-1raMl>|y%isturn:of Canada's bra^^^ their hom�;s, has It -,-fat ^e peace table and with whQpt^tiiB could keep in constant touob by canle and wire- �less.'-; �-''thff^ v'v-!;;V- CROWN' RM|N(d^i;'.$;i>ft;AN CopMhaMKk- >.'Mtfff.i, r.,18.-T�le. grama fpundJA^haipalpci. of the former Q�rman"iir&wn^ tfrlAce,, ae-. cording to a Bi/Mil'Ml'tifiam^to the Naifonal Tldan^�ivr#h�iWavthat it had been plartMd! tor, aend loyal troops from tho � ,, . Copenhagen, Nov. 1'3.-Fresh fighting broke out in Berlin on Monday, according to messages received here -from the German capital. Loyal . officers opened fire upon the royal stables and attacked the revolutionaries with machine guns on the Unter d*n Uindan. Several persons were killed. / ? > > > ? * Ottawa, Nov. 13. -British ? ? filers established a new rec- tilities, according to a cable in one day they, destroyed e?''* German machines .and drove  down 15 others out of control'� * ?  �i BULLETINS NORTHCLIFFE RESIGNS. London, Nov. 12.-Lord North-cllffe has resigned from the ministry of propaganda. * GENERAL STRIKE IN SWITZERLAND , Berne, Nov. /13.-(Havas.)-A -general strike has begun throughout Switzerland. REPATRIATION OF PRISONERS P�r\*, Nov. 13.-Holland has consented to carry on the work of repatriating allied prisoners of war now held in Germany. ANNEX GERMAN-AUSTRIA Copenhagen, Nov. 13.-German-Austria has been proclaimed a part of the German republic by tlie state council, aays a dispatch from Vienna. MASSACRE ARMENIANS Bagdad, Mesopotamia, Nov. 12. -Reports have been received at .the American consulate here, that 15,000 Armenians have been massacred at Haau, 50 miles south west of Bitlls, Asiatic Turkey. CAUSED BY APOPLEXY. Basel, Nov. 12.-i.the death of Victor Adier, the foreign secretary of German-Austria and the Austrian Socialist leader, yesterday, In Vienna, waa caused by ap-- opiexy. , EVACUATING BRUSSELS. Paris,,,Nov. 13.-^The Germans have begun the evacuation of Brussels. A disoateh to the Paris edition of the New York Herald eays that King Albert and his family will probably re enter Brussels next Friday, cy.):-The German command has asked the French government by wireless to request the population of Alsace-Lorraine to remain calm during the German retirement. The message'adds that the population is hostile toward the German troops. 8ERBIAM TO PRESIDE. Berne, Nov. 13.~(Havas Agency.)-It la announced that Nikolai P. Pachltch, presldaht of the council of Serbia, ��lll praalde at the Geneva congraas which will decide upon the dOtalla for re-con-Stltuting a.-atate Including the Ju-gorSlav-inatlohainiai In-^Serbla. HOSTiLE- TOWARDS GERMANS V :Paris, Novi,,13.-(Havas Agen- SPAIN IS SATISFIED. Madrid, Nov.,13.-The Spanish chamber of deputies today, after an exciting debate, adopted by ' 169 votes to, two, a resolution to express In the Official report, of the sitting the satisfaction of the chamber over the happy ending of the war. The proposition was accepted by the government. DELIBERATE bN PEACE TERMS Lopdon, Nov. 13-Router's agency learns that the Imperial war cabinet v/lll shortly resume its sittirigs In order to deliberate on the terms of pdace. There will be also Important conferences and dlaciisslcns In London between the Imperial and Dominion statesmen.' � �� � 1 is STILL ALIVE. New York, Nov. 13.-Catherine BreSHkovskaya,'- known as the grandmother of:the Russian revolution!" who was reported to have been .'executed':by the BolshevikI on-Oct, ,27i'is alive and on her wisy to the United States, according'to. a'state,ment by J. A. Sake, director ' of'Russian Information bureiu In thIVcdnntry. A NATIONAL COUNCIL. iStrasSburg,^'' Alsace-Lorraine, Nov. - 13.-(Via Amsterdam.)- Members of the second chamber of.Alsace^Uoi'ralne have'aonstir tuted.themselves Into r. national couholl. A . provisional executive c,ommltte,e has been a.i;polnted. 'NOT^ANNULLINe LOAN. Copenhagen) "> Nov. 13.-Vor-waarts of Berlin; repudiates the rumors 'cufriTnt in. Germany thatj the newfpaoplets' government Intends to annulAtKe-war'loan. The newspaper, says that .aubscrlptlons to the lOtIt warMoYii have reached 10,000,000,006-nifirka.. > BARONS FAIERS EST IN L fSuool.'il to the Hemldi Barons, Nov. 12.-Bert Protr-man has subscribed $25,000 to the Victory Loan and Henry Thors-sell $10,000. Several of the local farmers have agreed to subscribe $5000 to $10,000 each provided ihe bank will lend the money on the security of the bonds. ' CREWS ON URGE SHIPS 1 No Start to Demobilize Till Huns Go Back-Send Civilians First OIN IN REt Revolution Quietly But Quickly Spreads-Fortress of Posen in Revolt Basel, Nov. 13.-The crews of the . German battleships Posen, Ostfrl^dland, Nassau and Oldenburg have joined the revolutionary movement, according to a dispatch from Brunsbuttel, Prussian Hol-stein. � -------.....> The four battleships nameil are among the larQest in the German ! navy. The first two,are sister ships of 18,600 lon8,,e?oh4\*,t\ll^,tije. latter t'woi meas^reN .Zlf.^pb ;toixB , each.v , . ; -. -. .f : - REPUBLIC IN GERMANY Zurich, Nov. izi-e-jiiltepubilc was proclaimed at Berlfiii oh Saturday, according to\ advices received from Munich. \  BADEN wFlL .STICK" ' 'f Amsterdam, Nov.-,'12.-The pro- i . visional government'composed of all part(es formed at-Karlsruhe has issued a proclamation, /announcing that Baden will remain part of the German empire, ac-� cording to advices.from Berlin. GRAND DUKE UNDER ARREST Amsterdam, Nov. 12.-Serious _ duke of Hesse has been placed ' under preventative arrest, according to a Darmstadt dispatch to the Dusseldorf Nachrlchten., j TROUBLE AT ANTWERP Amsterdam, Nov. 12.-Serious trouble has broken out In the garrison at Antwerp, according to the Tageblatt. RUSS. AMBASSADOR BACK London,' Nov. 12.-A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from Copenhagen says M. Joffe, v the Russian ambassador to Germany and the entire Russian em-: CANADIAN TROOPS FOLLOW UP HUNS (CoNTINirKD ON PAOB- 6) Ottawa, Nov. 13.-In view otnum^ erous requests received respecting (ieniobilizatioii of the Canadian forcesj: the department of militia and defens^. makes the following announcement. � "The general scheme of dcmobiliza* tioh lias been, the subject of exhaus* live study for, some, months past and definite conclusions have-been reach* ed. In the meantime, discussion of the subject is premature in view oC the fact that this country, is still �t ^war and Canadian troops are at tnia moment advancing Into enemy terrl' tory; Demobilization of troops wheth* er in Canada or overseas can notT^'be undertaken until spdcific Jnformatldti warranting such action has bt 'vra? ceived from the overseas mlnjster.'^Sf); ' Send Women and' ^hljcji'ran Ottawa, Nov. -13.-Thlrty-^v?*pjJ9^ saiid women and children "TJ?tum|nBi from Great Britain to Caij^da \-:n6W that the seas are clear probably^i^ill be tlie first prdbfem in .trap'sporMtii^l to be dealt -with by tKe 6M|| premier distinction of being'jha#11? first city. to., add third crown.'y^'ffjl workers: arie- certainly- dolng-s'^ienrilSl dldly In helping their f�llo,Wf�'li|i*'jPi| ens'to get a shire In iwhat-ifljiliif"**''' talnly^the last loan that will c�J7| the favorable feature of this oiiiL'pa Crown being sent by >eglsti|Hip^�f|I| mall-today." Europe should be btyne, by the-victims or: by its authors and declaration 'that the German armies shouldvtte' deprived- of all arma in the intei'ests' of Germany herself, thus making "internal fighting less possible when .th'e't'aTmieshdi h�d reported having passed tjj^e liW,5v; 000 mark thia morning. (Continued on Page Niiwi^iV;^ INTER-ALLIED ^AR CQUI^C ; take upn.^ the .aignlm . concerning peace. No d�tf>. been annou Forecast-Fair- and- mil' Mm 327326 6 ;