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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LKTIimtllKiH, ALDKFM'A, W.'LDXF.SDAY. NOVF.MHKH i:>. V.m XTMBKH. 28� ROLL UP THE FIGURES TO LLION AUSTRIAN EMPEROR ABDICATES-IS CROWN PRINCE DEAD OR ALIVE? IS nun ALIVE? London, Nov. 12.-Crown Prince Frederick William of Germany wn shot and killed on Monday morning by German soldier* when trying to crote the Dutch frontier, according to Amsterdam diapatch-e> to the Times and the Post. DEATH IS CONFIRMED. Paris, l�ov. 12.-The death of the Crown Prince is confirmed by The Hague correspondent of the German news agency at Munich, according to a dispatch to the Matin. SAYS HE IS SAFE. The Hague, Nov. 13.-The former German crown prince arrived yesterday at Maastricht, according to a dispatch received here. NO OFFICIAL ADVICE. Washington, Nov. 13.-It wac officially stated today that the American government has no con-flrm�tlon--of- .> > .;. > .>>:>> * * * BEST RECORD OF THE WAR > * Ottawa, Nov. 13. - British > > filers established a new rec- �fr received from tho British niin- ? In one duy thoy destroyed 67 down 15 oi tiers out of control  huvo succeeded in anything ap- !\ iteid at to.lay's conference with tlie minister. The vice-chairman. Howard tl. Kelly, president of tho (itand Trunl;, acted In his place. A. H. Smith, regional director of tho Vtilted states railroad adiulnlttrntlou, was present. EVACUATING BRUSSELS. Parle,, Nov. 13.-The German* have begun the evacuation of Brussels. A dltpatch to the Paris edition of the New York Herald cays that King Albert and his family will probably re enter Brussels next Friday. SERBIAN TO PRESIDE. Berne, Nov. 13.-(Havas Agency.)-It is announced that Nikolai P. Paehltch, president of tha council of Serbia, will preside at the Geneva congress which will decide upon the details for re-constituting a.slat* Including the Jugoslav nationalities in Serbia. HOSTiLE TOWARDS GERMANS Paris, Nov. 13.-(Havas Agen- ts STILL At.lVF New York, Nov. 13.-Catherine Breshkov�kaya, known as the grandmother of the Russian revolution," who was reported to have been executed by the Bolshevik) on Oct. 27, is alive and on her way to the United States, according to i> statement by J. A. Sake, director of Russian information bureau in this country. A NATIONAL COUNCIL. Strassburg, Alsace-Lorraine, Nov. 13-(Via Amsterdam.)- Members of the tecond chamber of Alsace-Lorraine have aonstl-tutsd themselves Into r. national council. A provisional executive committee has been appointed. NOT ANNULLING LOAN. Copenhagen, Nov. 13.-Vor-waarts of Berlin, repudiates the rumors current in Germany that, the new people's government intends to annul the war loan. The newspaper saya that subscriptions to the 10th war loan have reached 10,000,000,000 marks. EVERYBODY WORK AND LETHBRIDGE WILL GET THE MILLION DOLLARS Another crown and on to a million! Today, $000,CCO; Friday, $1,000,000! LethbridQe and district under the chairmanship of C. D. Taprell passed the million mark on Tuesday, fulfilling Its quota. Friday is the next "lucky" day. A week ago Tuesday was Lethbridge's first b!Q day. Friday is the day picked to go over the million mark. Get in on the big milPon dollar Investment in Lethbrldge and put this city up with the best of them. ----------O London, Nov. 13.-Tho most serious question of tho hour In tho opinlou of home newspapers here, is how far Kuropo is infected with Uolahevlktsm. Some German newspapers and Borae in neutral countries coiitinuo to warn tho allies not to push Germany too far to the wull, lest Eho bo driven into unnrchy. Some English newspapers consider thin as Gorman propaganda to gain leniency. The general viow appears to bo Buiunmrized lu the cjuestion whether tlie cost of rehabilitation of Europe should be burno by tho victims or by its authors und declaration that the Oeriniin armies should he deprived of all arms in tho interests of Germany herself, thus making internal fighting less possible when tho armies are repatriated. , "Heartily glad to learn that Lethbridge city again gains the premier distinction of being tha first city to add third crown. Your workers are certainly doing splendidly in helping their fallow-citizens to get a share In what If car* talnly the last loan that will carry the favorable feature of this on* Crown being sent by registered mall today." (Signed) G. R. MARNOCH. This telenram of congratulations was received by Chairman Baalim of the Victory Loan committee at noon today after ha had reported having passed the 000 mark this morning, (Continued on Page Nine.) INTERALLIED WAR COUNCIL Paris, Nov.J3.-Tl.a intar-allUtf war council it expacUd to r�-assemble here at an aarly data to take up quaatiana growing out of tha signing of tho armlatlca and concerning ' tha eoneluelon of. peace. No date, however, hae yet been announced for the meeting. THE WEATHER High............."......... Low..............:........ Forecast-Fair and- mild. 9B M 6 64?7 78??8068 ;