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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. Ll'/TIIIiKIIXii:, ALHKHTA, FHIDAY. NOVKMilKH 22. I!)1S MJMBKIt 201 BRITAIN STILL TREATS KAISER AS HOHENZOLLEitNS TO LEAVE-GEiwiANyP, SUGGEST CAPTURED DREADNAUGHTS AS THE NUCLEUS OF A CANADIAN NAVY AMSTERDAM, Nov. 22.-All ttia members of the Hohenzoll-rn dynasty will l^ave Germany in the near future, according to a Frankfort dispatch to the Rotterdam Courant. Their destination, It adds, |t not yet known. Local Board of Health Declines to Lift Ban on Gatherings at Present-Theatre Men Want Compensation. Kcsolved, that in view of. the itrea-nt cniullUoti� of the epidemic, ft would noMie advisable to remove tho. l>nn nt lite present time, nnd that another murtliiK or the Hoard bn hold ut 3 p.m. Monday to review tho condl-IIoiih ul that time." Tills resolution, moved-by .MesHr*. Mncllnth ami DcVebur, was carried nt a special meeting of the Hoard of Health on Tliurndiiy afternoon to consider tho t|iiestlim of lifting the 'ffu tan. Mayor Hnrtltr did not vote. Warm Debate Tho of i' i l.i'iiRU il.ui League Hernial! wr.r ur�;> that :!: in' erneii VNTOHIA. Nov. 2i. The Camilla haa "-"ill TI�- follnv.-im: liter of marine and li-do r1"- "Victoria. It. �'., Iir.-iiti-o of Hi,-, f'anridlaii coveno'iiem t-imnIII recur under til". ani-.i-dice ;diou'd in tit" p";n-c treaty to be k',ir:-(-i,i|fVP'l !n Hi"%^ attics and i auitiilile number should he allocated to t'.vmiia in form tlya bash of th" Canadian navy mid we fariher strongly urge that th,. prescn:. hlfihly trained and 'capable pen ovinel xhould not li" iiKbanii! propliecv was heard by a numb-i- of tnontrus or any other placu of public ISflN 10 MEET UBS f�flL ALLIED RULERS W TO HOUSE Oil PIS fell": clfKrc of People Must lie Eb-lahlinhed on Firm Hnsis of liberty moellng. Mnyor llardie thounht that yvhlle It wan well to Keep the thoatret closed, IhrrnwaH too nittcli discrimination. Why were the pool bnllt lolt fipeii? Many of the retail atores are ('toweled nt different tlmo� of the day. �viul tlm dutiKcr of rontacion ia Ju�t aa freat ax in the ca�c of the thaatraa. but when ihe relallers were nuked to rloco even for half a day to ntoditt to some extent In flchtlnt; the maladv they refUKcd to conaldcr the plan. Why, linked the mayor, il.otild ou� rlnss of bimlm rm hp ankt-d to cut off their enttro iitvenue to protect tha public while ntherx are keeping, op^ii �* r.t.Mol. It 1* the mayor** opinion that thi./� of ihe hoard nxprcjo od njmllar fentlnient"vre(rardlnK coin-penfatlon. and It I? llhely thut th*y wil) i..;,e action at the neat me (anlttntlon to hack up tlvdr refuaal. KettflrH were received from tho Mln-lntnlal Axiiociattou and the board of Wealey flturch adv|�iiiK afulnut op. nliiK public nieettuR plttcex until all danger of tho epidemic ia over. Want High School Op�n�d J. II. Fleet wood. neereUry ol ^he, at-hooi board, was preaeu! and h*keds' people and that the lluke of nevon-tdilre ha� repeated the prophecy, nttrl lintlng It to the field nmrtltal. INTERNED IN BERLIN AMSTKROAMt Nov. ZZr- Envar Paaha. th* farmer Turklah minia-t�r of war, and Talaat Pasha, the former grand vlilar, who have arrived at Berlin, disguised as German fflcers, are to bo Interned, according to the Berlin newspapers, atenatirtfl their expulsion whtn peace) si declared. UOCSEOk McCURDY OTTAWA. Nov. 2?.-It la announced by Sir Jamat Loutjheed that Hon. Hugh C. Clark, parliamentary sjesretary for the department of militia and defenae, has takan over the duties of parliamentary secretary for the department of ao Id Is re" civil re-establish-mint In succession to the Hon. f. B. MeCwrdy. Wilson to Meet Ruleiv, of j Britain and Belgium in Festivities at Paris Preceding Peace Conference. 1-ONTiON, Nov. 'Jl'-�it'iinadian Hron.-' I>i~tpatch from lteut."...i - Tlie Klnp'-ortiin-ity of uxproaaluK the uduilr.ulon nnd J itrntlludav with wbldi I regard ihu anp-; -tr- nMr"-ff|-|- � devotion thut b-d : ".o this Amtdat our re-I Jolclng 1�'. mi; the wur bought a lot of bond*.'-0. R Marnocb, vlce-pre.tld�nt of the Victory Loan executive for Southern Alberta. PARIS. Nov. 22.-President Wilson Is expected to arrive In Paris about Dec. 1?. accordion to information received here today. Phn& are beino made for the entertainment of the American president as well at thj allied rulers who vkiII Paris In Novem'j-r and December. The visits will regin at the end of this month with tho arrival of King George and Queen Mary cf Great Britain. King Albert and Queen Ellr.-tbeth of Del-glum will come on Oec. 5. to be fodtwed Pwaldelt Wlla�n. Popular demonstrations *IU mark ... the visit. ,f the president and riih.ri. ��o ; to ii n.-stnd fuM-ii"ti.'-"i hav.- mad" Dm allied i-m-re-.* In the war I provlalon (or the reijvilri ment tlod may ro*t upon youv labors " nou will occupy n private mansion In the resident ml soeiluti of the capita! No piano ,'or ht> entxrialmnent Lad buen announced ejeepi that he would be given a ntcptlon on hi-- arrival iiy the municipal council The arrival of tho president l*scxpecl- K'.n to taki) on deiinite form. FEDERAL SCHEME Fl Kaiser Still Deemed King of Prussians! So Far As Hritain is Concerned -Dutch Fear His Presence j May Unil Jo Trouble |. .... .. j LONDON. Nov. 2:.-The Daily j Mall attributes to "a hiph otf'cisl of the government" the statement that "William Hohenzollero | is still German emperor nnd king j of Prussia as far .is the British government is Informed." ; 'The Merlin government." the offl j lal ii.lited, uccordiui; lo the Daily] Mail, "iiax ii'it m'ttt any ! therliitnif .if William !'�.)|ien�illerii. the former > ;np i-nlij.-it. which ie-vouls t!i�> utK-axInomi prevailing in va: 101H lllltcii ilrti.'h over Ml'e .- of 'he lloh.-'.uollenii 'Correspondent Describe:. Humiliating Moments o: Great Sea Power Which Refused to Fight-Hun Dread-naughts Sail to Captivitv Between Long Lines of Allie*. War ships King Visits United States Ship. EDINBURGH. Nov. ^.-Admiral ticatty'r, liistoric signal after the German tlce* had heen moored at the nppoir.tcd plncc war,: "The German flag is to tie hauled down at 3:57 and is not to be haiited again without permission." KiUNiU'KUH. Nov. J �i| I'm .'i U.'tiualiv. ati - i.Wo, naval p TRIAL ON CHARGE it. roiiseil to exif'. y�ifprdny. Thi J heart of her mighty fleet -14 ships n i the Iiii'j. seven light rrnlsor-: and r.' destroyer..;- surrenderT'd to Uriil.-di American mid French warship". thloli laid down liy tin j coniniauder of the TlrlllHh flee! v.'hiel , \v;i:' i arrled out iitrictl;.' aciordlliR t� pjnii. The (lermaii �aiNhipn, s(rum om in a Mingle column almost ;t I nii 10*; long, appeared at the render j voiin'at. the appoinrnil time and vvr� i o-ii ini.i >"..e I'ir'.li of Forth Inilweet of allied ships, whick Herman!! at each end enemy craft vvero dti Flr'h, nude;* guard at mirrender on iinch i Ihi-i no precedent it Althoimh iUo v.ondvi M.ctmle was ihe iMime as i review and evoked llttb tie aiinv N" '.Me ,:o Uec r.llllelll.,1 .11 (hi liiniti-iry t ia vl chiicl-,, ,ihi.|| Maciijraii i'liinlv > omniiit.-.i him to fur a le-ri ihl" .|e, il The l,o� ".'" lie; |ii�J l'et. int. run ter at lil* pre >r murder of Onifry Irwin had oi j i-v tit.ini' trial i inn lttifor-'unale I Die twin .oiilinn* 'iverlappeil the Last. ntKllt the chored in the 1 prisoner.'. A ' gigantl>* �.:ale naval history, fill n.ivnl s j p> ace tlm. '.'c.l, t'on(;n-v, llde; " o; i'uil Inform if.aln '' ol : ni.r Th,- ' hahlv : tie hi i-pillr:. .pe.i..l ini.' th. Ill I ii'. ao.I :i nui I 1,' '. Ian'. r-tii:u! Kllttlbli vet j iptllelllly tin- "lilies: ipli-*. cro�4-.|!i.>i4U(>!i!n.j; had h.i-ii li v, r i tie- piiinf ul duty nthiiHl.iitu. the haie blottln*: out tlji horUon. ofticers could scarcely ctedi' the evideife of their eyes. I', wna ut iv 'tit which slmttercd nl' naval tradil and Ideal-.. Wen, .-miniated b; jdrlt of Ihe, Lawrence !};twiu the �' Hoi i n l'et" iii,ii he ! ' uv. an (rial ul i tile , . a r ?. u.i me-! �ii; , 1 Hi.- r,"vf "!i oa me i oil;'!  :'|i ie p . -� Ian for til ill! i'lpvef er. i! !(. C.o to jail ". lie*,! -.esfloti one loll lit I pro-uilnal fce*�ion of V. tilc'i next  tbtv iii;i; he a .� piirpo-.- nt' Kiv  ii-.-n 'hi-If trial J'.t- i :ie iirenenl.' it -a\ - pel ha;, tin-:'., is liuiiger of a plot on our mi; aK.iiiist ('.ertitany'it ne'.v dc'iiocrai ; uaiiiiiv; '.In- .litem,ik" oi tie ni K iIm- or the excionii *ay wli^n (llepe reall't-d if the ' I" c ol*'. Hi. lot v like to .-.aiz.-ri-.ic! their to t do tint treet at the time when his car skidded, resulting In ihu street car running aquarely Into the aide of bio automobile Tuo automobile was drag- Alberta Should Get Share of European Cattle Trade OTTAWA, Nov. demand for meats and livestock from Prance ie reported by I.. Pratt, for six years Paris representative of V. Hums & Co., Calgary, who attended _ th� Ottawa livestock conference. Mr. sjed the length of the crossing before Pratt ia returning'to Franca afiet' iu-tbe atreot car could be brought to a vestiggtiug the possibilities in this atop and was practically reduced to tcrap. It wus only a few months ago that Dr. Leeclj narrowly escaped serious injury in a collUiou with J. I). Wat a on on the road between l.elhbridgo and Ooalhurst. - On thut occasion his car was practiually demolished. t\ Wiglnv, the mot,ormftn, wai dan�.-roiH to them or nnl. if the Hutch Kovern-mem has another opinion on the, mile jeci, then !'. will h.ive to bear Hie eon-Sequences, and the Huuh nation ii tliingi fiiiiiii to a periuus pans will be involved In war or have to starve, for-riooili, on behalf of former (termini royalties'." He Bias the 'Flu. ' I.O.NllON, Nov. -*. -William Ho hen.'olU-i n fipuiiding iirOsi of bH time ia bed in bis rtttieut ut Anieioti Sell . .l.itle, h.-cau.-e of the illness with wiiii'u he �;n suddenly striokeii |e cr-ntly, uccordiug to the Aiicierdaui correcpoiitlen' of Ihe Daily Kxprei> Two officers lake turns in readiiu-' novel.-, ami newspapers io (lie i'urmei' c!npi-i'"i'. lie ntll'llue.J -. ,', ;c. i:i tin- chapel of (hi- CJlStie tile day Ji^-v'ellB to the beginning of the attack, wnirh wuh in Hie form of a severe chili. I; is understood,- adds 'the correspond tut, thai the illur-is has pnfivtd io lie Influenza. * THREE KILLED. POUT AKTIII'H, Oil! , Nov Li'. A Canadian Pailfic railway wc-rk train was .-truck by up taslhoimd frelKlu train on a curve litsi uisjrit. "'hillinu Uiree and injuring five. LORD ROBERT CECIL QUITS HIS POST DiiiiKiees With I.l��y-(-cretar> of slate tot' fill'-.V-itu affairs, bus r their nv*.u hakes that they did, Kver: vessel sieiiminr, out io meet tnera n>� buttle enslKiis und wr,s ready for to utriiidon, wiih its men ut bMtt* stat iutis ami guus In iKwIllotf for tin prompt annihilation of (he enemy i tones if their minhioii proved to h< other than peaceful. The main allied fleet, extending ove. a line 14 miles long in the Firth o Forth, began to weigh anchor s* on. o'clock yesterday inornlnf. iWl( Scotch miiit, which for days liud oh si-ured the harbor, was swept ���.' by u stiff breeze and the moon shorn brilliantly out of u clear sky Tin ship* quickly took (heir station* it the long double lino they held through out the day. The buttle cruiser* lei �he. way, fidlow�d by dreadnuughts Admiral lteatty's flagship, the Queei Kluabeth. Ud ttin squadron in th. northern column. Tne AiuericriO wat ships tell into hue behind Admira, Heaity's craft, bulauciiig a Britist siiuadion similar In power on the op positc side. Tin- rendezvous wus approadmatel* :.� miles distant and the ships gauget their speed to arrive al the appoiutei J place at S o'clock. At G o'clock a fti| nal suiumoned tlm men to battfe st�t ionii und, except for the^ofllcers oil tlii bridges, the ship*' companies vvfBJ hidden behind bulwarks of &Mfl When dawn broke the sea was aSBBr covered with mist which reduced tin visibility to le*a than S.OuQ yard*. The Order of Surrender Kye.i straining through the murk; haze filially were rewarded. Off lti� starboard bow the i'ltrditf. irulling at ^observation kite bitlloou, came steam iug in. L'ioso behind Iter caw* t(M first of tbu German shin*, the %r*g batile cruiser Seydlitz, which was tS -ing Hit* flag of Commodore Togert; �f ter her came (our others of the. sapn type, the Derflllnger, Von Oer T�BU fluideuburg und Moltke. They can� ^ along about three cable lengtlu open Immedlutuly following them were btn< , diuudnaughts, the FriedericU *}ei -(irosse, flagship of Hoar-Admiral vof ' : iteuler; the Koeuig Albert. Kalaer, Kron Prinin Wtlhelm, Kaiwriu, Mty : \~ tOontinuesi ou'-'vSS� **MtV "�Ijsia ;