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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LETIIBMDG&, ALHKRTA. THURSDAY. NOVKMBIW 21. 1018 NL'MBKB 290 HUN FLEET SURRENDERS-NEW RUSSIAN GOVT. AT OMSK PEOPLE OF BERLIN ARE DUKE OP ORLEANS THANKS SOLDIERS People of Berlin-Seem to be in State of Deep Apathy Regarding Their Future. llerlln, Saturday, Nov. I. - Uerlln has now lin,, t\Y rniiu\rni' Will. I ' * �when the abdication of Emperor Will iain was announced and left the Soi brought ovor to France and has had i In operation DTK standard gauge loco- ^Democrats ""'""P"'"'! �' j motives and 1:1.174 standard freight the situation, the majority of Alio and- ra,., of Amcrlcnn maliafnctllrP. m die class citizens appeared oblivious . ada,u u- his ,, ,erv;cn ;ir>o ,,,.,. or perplexed in he face of grave events. It. was only after the Social- ists, luitl worked feverishly lor eight days to nnch6r the revolution In the hearts and minds of the working men that the middle i iusseB decided to Issue tholr llrst ciill to arms. Tho Kbnrt-Hnnse cabinet is apparently itt undisputed control, althobgb. its organization Is still somewhat chaotic II lirts taken over unci) elements of the old bureaucratic regime, as was indlspeusible and placed Its party in more strategic positions, without, however, manifesting Inclination toward party bias. The hastily created -.ubordinale bodies and committees arc gradually introducing a kumblauce of method and continuity Into their work. origin. On November 11 they had more than 50,000 motor vehicles ot all description* in operation. To tniet the demands which the existing Krenoh railways wore unable, to morning the weather was dull with u meet. SH miles ot standard gauge ,Hfht haze hanging over the Fhth of railway wore . constructed. Five hun- i-\,iili died mUC9 ot this have been built i T1)0' ,,,,. wi��i'-!� was to witness tlm ONE STRUCK A MINE London, No/. 21.-One Ger. man. light cruiser while on its way across the North Sea with the other ships of the German high seas fleet to surrender to the allies, struck a mine. The vessel was badly damaged and sank. # London. Nov. 21,-The British grand fleet, accompanied by an American battle squadron and French cruisers, steamed* out at 3 o'clock this morning from its Scottish base to accept the surrender of the German battlcshipt, battle crultcrs and destroyers. A wireless dispatch this noon re-ports trTat it got into touch with the German ships this morning, and that the surrender is being carried out. according to plans. The point of the rendezvous for the allies and German s.ea forces was between 30 and 10 miles east ot May Island, opposite the Firth of Forth. It is understood that the German warships surrendered to Admiral Beatty today were eight battleships, six battle cruisers and eight cruisers. There remained to be surrendered two battleships, which are under repairs, and 50 modern torpedo boat destroyers. Beatty Receives Them Loudon, Nov. 21.- The fon. which had enveloped the Gram! Fleet lor three days cleared last night and tUis Sunday, according 'n lb,. Vosslsrh-: Zeltuhg of Berlin. They inriadel the Hayern. Grosser Kiiri'iioriit, Kron j Prinz. Mut-graf, Kecond in mmntandi of thi> Grand. Fleet and Vic'; Brock, chief of stat'.. and Drowning and Keor-Adruiral Tyrwhlt:. The admiralty stales that It may )�> taken for grantod that the results ot Hie conference satiuii-"l Admiral Heat-ty's requirements. victory carnival! LONDON, Nov. 21.-Belgian history will reach a climax Friday when King Albert will make his official entry into Brussels, says the correspondent of The Dally Mail with the British army in Belgium. The day will be one Of political regeneration, as well as one of rega,! ceremony. The Belgian parliament, the corrc-spordent adds, will meet and "make a great decision." T! :at hlnce June i Vast Stores Kven at the present �tnge of the surrender colislnls of seine led hhips. Including tin dreadnoughts. '>'i light cruisers and nearly '_'en destroy armistice, which muy precede peace, vi,,,),..,) sll. |,;,vill ijenuy. commander Three Days', of Fun at Main! Building. Exhibition (irounds ! -Hig Tree For Soldiers' Kiddies GENEVA. Nov. 17- The retreat of the German armies from the western front (s continuing In the greatest disorder, according to information received by trie Swiss federal authorities at Berne. The anarchy In Germany Is said to be far worse than during the Austrian retreat from Italy. Swiss newspapers say the mill t.iry and civil authority hps disappeared In western Gcrm.-.ny. defaulters still SIBERIAN FRONT [Artillerymen Are Taken From ! Frame and Sent to 1 Arrhanjrel ! A - ludu iled by ili.-p.tfi lie,: f|-,ni Arih.ingel ye.iterd.iy, Canadian artillery unit: arc flghtiui' on the Siber-i Ian fnuit a.viln-t tin- I'olshevll.i. ,md I if ha.- b. i n :i -eeilained il.nt I.etli j In idee artilh-ri :i)i n are villi them, j A in. Iad\. Mrs. if. N. Ta\lor. j wbii-e liii.-iiand. Sergi. Taylor. h;>-I been in Frame Uiv :\ months, lias received le|ie|S 1 mill hill) ^t.ltillg fll'st jihat lie ',i:e; goiim [ii Siberia and later i that be h.ul re.iebe.) hi.-, destination. | alilieurli 'ie did not :-1;ii e.| ji r! ii ie ;VlUe|l elm 'rnli.-teil luie iii the earlier p,u; of , the � ir add had been at tile Tionf t man bunt of the tier leus thun a thousand people a night i vaU bandit* at Hteop ("reck. The pan Amsterdam, Nov. 20.-Prince Lioh-liowski. former German ambassador ut London, is the author of the luteat Herman appeal tot- clemency, III* appeal uppearn In the llciliu Vor-waerts. He declares: "The conditions ot the urmiattea were Inspired by a spirit of revenge, and will lted to starvation, anarchy, chaos and the spread ot Rusaiau tendencies, which are the moat danger-GAN1ZATION in this city the people; oUi of the enemies of democracy and are expected to enjoy the carnival celebrating the end of tho wai\ The reason for tho Victory Dame Carnival I* to provide fund* for the entertainment of the kiddles at the [ fobttval on the la*t day. Thoro are sjut least one thounaud boy* and girls whom the Rotary Club has determined to entertain In a manner that they will remember Peace t'hrlst-', ma*, and though the club by hard work ha.* already secured coir aiderable funds, enough lias not been raised lo do the task to their Batis-faetiou. So the carnival will be for i that purpose, and should anything of soldier* and police who spent th night on wutch�at tho Kcene of tin Sov 21- It Dr lii-rviiis, mrli-r arn-.-*i hen- �, one of th, bandit-- wh> nun d.-ivd .iatni's McKay, conn -, from SiDiwiuigan Tails. Que . and thai he au hoy's fig her. The hoy went home some mouths ago. In bad health, due. (I u said, largely to tho oiperleuci Change Comes as Surprise to Allies, Who May Not Recognize the New Govt. Vladivostok. Tuesday, Nov. 13,--riiroiittii a coup on the part, of tlm eouucll of the aU-Ilusittan anvei-n-uient. at Omsk. Admiral Alexander Knlciiai. ha-; hecnnin virtual dictator and commander ot tho nll-Hussian army and fleet. Two ministers, M. A vliaientefr and M. /"nr-ennff, who opposed Kolciiiilt'b dlctatorRhlp. iiave been arrest"d. The leaders of the .erstwhile I'f.i ftovemment support K.ilchal.. TeleKraiii'.- received here from Omi-k -ay thr.t the move "duo to >>xtra-iii'diuary circumstances and danger nienaclnf: the state." The council ot minlr.tQrs lias as-fumed till iiuthorlty and transferred ii to Admiral Kolehnk. The latter has iieeepieij the responsibility, and. h ii announced, lias entered upon h\� d.itle!i! ii dii-posltion not to rei iigni/e the Kolehnk government. Tin- activities of the Radical wing n-prexenti ll ll) llie nll-RimalAn gov- lernmi't forced the military and Conservative clement* to adopt i ounter-mMtsuro*. according io l.leut lien, ttnrvdth, prominent among the leaders in tho aBtl-Uolsltevlkl mme meitt .In Siberia, who gave his view of the coup wheat *eeu on hi* train at hi* headquarter*. Titme men sure*, he said, laeluded the arrest of many member* of the left of the So rliit-ltevoluilnnlht*. among them gov eminent minister* and as�i�: BANK CUEARINQg  * --  * This week H.U74.478  4� Last yea. ..........MSK115  � .' 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