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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HgpVEMBER 23, 191^,, iUthoriUes' of Rusgla have;, M"ot\iitw jbe t6ady at the' a'the (Quit Wsltinnbftnc^d that iii l^itiMmHere of^the �ov-jjiiVVeinberk Tfdr^^ a neutral InJB tOr Potrbgrad advlceSs. i);^;;mqimentv^b ::R�u; ff ^enU'OT^ Great Joy in Brussels/Wen King Enters ^ Afterc\0^era Four ^Year^' ~, ART7fl1iilLs!^^or.,2B.-King Albert' itntor�aa3ruH�te ^yvatArdar-- momla|'> ]|ii6^^#ilff*�rty'' linded'Jit '"JljMti ^.ip'^iltimim - and 9^eMd�d 'ti� tli0'JRIi0�J[e'^ Natibn, reMi^DK tra&dbdl^uii notation �lbiiK>t>uk'ste*�tB: ,Biit�>inK tb^e parllaiBeiit hone, IQaa; iUbeft and HW family Uit9n�dLtd>'an' ddlreiB^of welcome. Vhas toIIa#S9;> � ^ylhW^atmed troops rrbieb'tona-^ "id* Ifne'WnijrM long. ^ .I Jlioytpjii'stjp vhrown in. the path W KiBK Albert^u the pfOpeasldta Jm44� iti sway a'lon1c'>oulevair4> aineVfor,' lER FORCED BY STARVATION aUeW'iiMt^,dUll�e.ii>roagR.' 'Aat^'thia diapatafiW' hiHikt ^vrittaiC t>e nolaa oS. 1 (I �! '-aBd,imjt( Armt ofvPromincnt People Ex-peeted Over Sale �f Exemp- i (jUBBGC,(J�f:itinjr;8i::ex.emption3 |romtiie~MAi^tlili^ Service Act at Mont-^tnyiQuc-feUtiippears there' wei?l aeT�i�f>�nasiz&UOtaa'':'dn'.foot In fha' 3H�bec d>9ltrfbHp^>'tli9 ^aale or eaempf on papargi'i^/Brotfiineijt jpeople -iiro aid to'he iwpncateil'>dnd tbe.brji&TTeBr; which 'i�'inip�hdfli|r/.Ti1ir create' no tffiaU- cammotionr i.The'"*(prMln�taa1ry ha|Un�,tliait^l��'gainii('tin4ii the court ' apeelal pe'�JraK8;9^%:'�eace; hndeu � a*Un�e their defeat by Ehaland^iB^iihplanted^alreadyf li^^^^ ehlldrini' - - V " -'.i ' .'''The-^Germane'wmr neither foraJvernop foif** nercemfert wltj Jtoll wJth them heheeferth; '..^*[( b/ entfland. ^nd'F '" '" ' ^'^ ^-.b.-. hu n^ver had'a'd V,'AIf0 it ftlUBtl,., .of all pamMr^eUeVL^^^^.,,, ..^ the-Un(ted"dtatee.ia{jiSffiEft;EhSlau . ^ , ^ GRANDTPLANTfltTRICK The Dally EX|>reVB fayl^^^ ie not ended. ''There are-lhdfcatfbrie'df;^^^^^^^^^ ..^ailiee and .create a German'fede>atte^ the preeeht -Qermah>etaWe>,! Ge>thaiiiMat^^ and Sweden, whpea ^teHifatiUd'ip?^ exceed thtiee of t�i*^Germiif veni?pli*'!i':^-!;-'^i^^-?!** FORCED iSl5ttl^N0Eftt^^ 'f TORONTO, l^l.ov. fZiBii^f�fjrdlh# . ' Touhey, in l;6hdon^''ittmli^l^'iWBiuri6*7 vwho'^p^^ mo German fleet; Mldil^t^klm "You underetand|MPM'''�'H Is. .-'left thriSi%�td^9rtaaaelB' ytfat^rd^yl whdh KinrAlbertvlnade htp entry Into hie oapttid,.aa]rB.the Dally.^aira^qor-MBpondent ;Vh6:wttne8Bed^tl>e; entry.;: f'l hareT[ieBa>any great caremonteB, ai'many^placefz-but I haVe nevei* aeeifj 80 vait^afif varlouB a'criwd io cir-)"�"-�"� rled" away, tiya.^tuniuiyof terror, ^tpt is ot.� t^e BrIUBh ' Ihg a tour ot'^i ftorj,' baa y Hudgarlan SpeaMnK onltlon>ot4he-oUy>^liy'considerable hod- Qf^ellght and', you have eome ^ndU-: tereintrrmaasjire of the concenmited, e'CBta^V ot!rth'bt4�enilllenium. ' ^ ^ "The i-oyii-lamlly iBtooi�Jor the T?-turn ofTpeacet? The king was' atvthe head 6ut8k(r^l :6(lU^S:^d�^^^ adda: ' ; ^,.,>/V . >V ";The Mtuiitloxrv'am  ettectlve ijindi Immoaiatt'*^^^ mdia- ^^nt. ivo: Uhpireilieditaii:^?^^^ ot T racial'sehtlmiBAi^ aerlouB. eventua}itle'BV" f -, -- , ance*ot law and ordeBjs Jhe presence "THE TIMH umr byHh*. epidemic^ ot:a-8mellIMl-�vi�'{ner' �\ ai^pl^ ,v -.the>Oerm'an:;ewWa?(iii : �t�t�y repMedv i^i^i ..^3^Ta!e*eaP=- ^'^-^ rcottirftlons i ifiV Q�i:^^ ' izcH'lif reports recelyed.j|^bnii�-Ai damlandn Gopeah^en^^urpoirtti) Tep!Coduce�dlrectvteiejp:am8:#dm';^ �awnyy .There is'*;eharp ,dfffieii�i^;^dfct giiii [^opinion in/^ttgard?/ta; the'ma^^^^^ ^-^^or^is a'tsnerallack dfhajrmbny L !|ln dlfferent^parts of the country gndJ'i'' ja j(tendency;i>toward i^eparatloa. Bdl-ihaVikiadeas are,declared td hegrbw^ Ing'ln;,fhe,rwe6t.'� .�^ .H- ' Want BolshfevUcism The Bremen soldlera' anCi ^ work mein!8.cauncU/declailM Itself-ih'coM? >^biepateh�s to i'nderit who has � says: � - � � i-ftaSsrito the r.Tevenoe for sartB of tiny Neither money been beaten ilarid. England ^arid lew, and yrileen and to the world i,to trick the nb.race,''beefdes |li'-^$y)ritterland ^ouid far moN i^from James Burrenderr io child life U'to accept We cannot :tie German' lating that nfi*ham wnfW'T6('l* ,,|Vh'iSt^re P>3te accord T�rlth Bolshovlklsm' and ta"tbTSrl?n 1^^^^^ I '^tohji,lp Intfoduce coj, thani'to'liarB?thBm:bpened'':too ;-8O0ti;' oily to^be'-olosed agaln.'VPrliiolipal Dobion ot the High ^ohool. , ,. V-'i'M MOpa THJ^ EVER. cdRylttc-ed that Lotiiiyrl4�e wlU baVe to raise the ralf^B.Qn,DjabIlo\utllltleft'if the city is 'tQ^Talae money to meet4t8 'obllga-tione> And "there is no fairer way. Brfryone, ^tenants and 'all, wojild ; tben.'ba^bbariug- a talr shBre> and^^^lT '^uld "ipfayjl egaally . fpr service? >ra � Hardle fefc2.vi______ ition-amounting almost,"to .terror."' T^tk 'J^O'Slavs have, proclaimed that the. 'fikme of F)ikme Ib^ now'changed 'to the Slav nama ol^BWka. . ', "FBrmal appUcation has been ma^d .trf die Jt^an-^klralty by toUr Hun-gartan delegatej�Lfiom>�e republican part �otxHttnnty �lor '^ifeBBpbtts to Berne ,-a^/they, are''unable to, secure Bol8haylkl?lh cbmmiiinisMv: D/issfeldoflls} repor^ed.to have 'proclaimed,atprolp-tarlan dictators'hlp' and arrested. uthe Aurgomaster of the city. ^ ^' ' Dr. Karl Bis^necht, th'e- Radical Soclaliat.,^ waa^liSclaimed: at j a:^Spar3, tacufl meeting'in ^Berlin.which 'is'shedi' an appeal to"'lhe-workers tovemulatel' the-Russian vBidshevlki:'. The'meetihti refused to listen to the Moderate SOtff lalfst sneakers. / - '/^ , ; mmwi 2. l?wlt the Dr. 16 front,- iere are' twft V4h ^^^^ r�jd>Heltrwho, a fcw/daya-aaOi^waB.: ^~>"'' Hague, auotitig:the, :Westp.l ;;el;ie^ says that-the/e^-krflsa - 'ttoeUmosUy'^inViashiiaiiti^ farious b^nk^ Js'eatjinate i,�W.-atid hlSi'lnconse''-iid>2t>;4hnd8. andtp^lfw JostvBeyond NobUford-Every V /i-AyallablefMan Scouring: ' i; Country h-ili&Htie Plume,' the had Indian who iw^S/, arrested iiQ.re(;~by j;ul�s SJgfried, presl-rident'.'o^rtbe conncily ,thei councl^toda^. adopted this �resqjution:''I ;. -. We ./will 'not --Intercede  with ''our government to mitigate ^the termsf'of tke^anfalgtlce which are'only (too jus-pied., .�^r , ^ p "During.the course of those-tragic yeaTs Germans Women, bellevmg vie-toQ- was certain,. remained silent at tliecrlmea^of theirsyoveriiment, their army and/Jieit^navy. ,"At a oongresfe at The .Kague, ^ to -which' We relijsedvtb gajthepreBidenfof Qie national couu' oil of iGermftn women^_wa8 lavjted �o protest against the violatlo'n of'IBel-glnm'. andv against.vthe torpedoing of the Ltisitanla. She \vrote in reply: ' "We.are.at one with our people.>The men wbo^tookvjho: re^po'tisibllitjr^for: Gemany's decisionare a$\dear such a state 'of raggedness, hnnier who have been liberated by the Ger- � - - � mans since the Bignlngvot the armlB-tlce are described by Beuter's correspondent at French headauarters. Thousand of.these men) mostly British,, are entering Prance dally. The: correspondent writes: .mo LEAVES at^^ misery. ..W^fV the' camp at'roi-hach. 38 JniWa e^Bt^oit Matii;iaB, *ell as thoji^ elsewhere, ji^erabrblceii -lip; t]ie prtsbners, ^ iBonie?fof .whom, w�(i:o,i captured during the:-Marchoffe,n8iVb;T'-:'^ were told to clear out and seoi?help -'' from >heir allies.; They startbdi'tb' ' walk tho SO or SO miles to this allied fV^^^^^^^-^^^^^ lines, but were feiveh no fbod and jia'd , yno* mQnrted. The w;eather-was' rSri^'eold ' and many diedJvy ^he roadsldh'wit^lh ' ' ,. a. few. .miles. .1t j.om' *f rlends..-;i,-fl)ai,6rii,l^^^^^ sui^vivorH fpbtered the,;jPM French soldiers, who, i^ere ' ;\Yar,heroes,iWere ;h^^^ , .^^ W such"i,pliBhS;;Jfli^:;i^ ' WASHINGTON.^J>foy. 22;-S,Wm,'Mc- ^^^^ AdQo h.is resigned/as ,-8ec^te of the ^"^^^fr t^JI" � rafirqadB, loaeaYe-thc^trealffikV tbe 5hl^. ;v apyointmefit .of, �.sJi&PBtj^B.^and. thew the other, at Anxious to Returnto Private J Life Now.,Th^t War is Over o".. IX �. m mm railroad, B,dml5slstta,tlgg^^og,^J#wuara''l^ next. '  �!5i-^'''cMuWa X ' � It / was annoUneettS^^^MSaiataiTie: had asked Pr6kll6nt:#il^bn^!ipSM him now tfiat thej yaVfs'oy'eftfso'thit . ^0,, ihe might "rejbiirn to: priVate'^Au'siriesdiHS-^ after six j^eifrs in office" I ^''"l , ' \ Wths'^eTd^^M^ Mie president' has"-acCepted^flfe re^)''^.i^i'-.-^.^:^^*^! slgnatlon. SPENT INI y inr-FArestg of Stfat^^eastfrn Europe, Say^ a Winhipegf ,Cannot Modify it S6; Pjrtotal,'64;9ioixi-'.''>'^ ' That^MaBk. '  The nrovin3af board' after ;^onsldi.| er^^ W ifmitted*. UBe;-o�' th&-^mask,' hameiyVtb InWdB^jpl^cesj JiSs' borne to the contusion that the"', only enlorc- 3!tbiough yvPfy eejrijn'a?e| h4 mmmi MONTRpALi.NoVi ZZ.-The- Fi-nancial.Time's, Ib IfpfoVmed'jO/iiiau-'v thorlty, which' cannot be;eliBelo8-i' ed at present, fhat j tfjCilifehftf r'' claim which; willv'^e' pnessnted^oh: ' batia;^ of Cahadal^by ::Sin^^eni%n= want la^prite's^at;;;:; ; . ^ ' peacb;5C0Nf'erence PARIS, 'nJv; ,S!is.iA%ooiar�Bt.^; delegation ^callea''Pfenrtftr;-'ClOneijc^au, FrIMay 50 -'lr(^ire' "whethb '- � " "� hgve rt ing classes �, ^pce an^'w_______ ........ ft, at' congreBB WwtdTbe :a^thoH�d'\ 'during the negotiations. ^?l^i-rprt-^--mlpr 'repliei^ that^'lili,' w6uldi:refBP? , both quet.tlonB-*o the .catilfJ^VBTrd * tlie allied goyern^eiit#. ' ^ Ible regulat(on>-waB as they ftrst iU-'8uert/lt,''*/naiAely.^'general regulailbn ^'j butsidb aud'lni>01t7t is not-practical Vl or bonvehlent'to'^gojwithout^' af'mask j outftide' ARd ,puteJt;;om:4W^ going into ' � "din igh ow menf ot �^immm^imm disgrace. Js. o^^n; and -flagrantv-ahd; tw ^= only, ifossjble. infeirejice^s Uiat.BhrJinjJi'L',' j:ropra^r'lh^ik' ' : .r^ptti^. .;'We bave had little' l^t Hamelin. ^�iin^^ camd-a i^t'6^-(^iimmmi Here-Isvan esampIeWabuthe^e^ flVM n&nrjWh|q'I^iP(^iir� 1 mm i.i23rHye#.>vvera saorifl ,the ^miifel8;> dresfe^'onlytinra idraweig-lUs^tooili^t^ Itt^thb wear-^jtnisrthing -filsft^andiput Wght m g.^hdtV^'ich wab''99l; proof.: "In/thig marnlng^itvwaB I qlt snoWi - Th^ next* day I^'was' Tthesmine and"ligalnlbejiten^uBL._, lifinls^ed.my bsk.%v.��recii\p J uothinh tDjiextfai(tirnoon Is impossible;!0 say^1i^^man> prJsonoi^ is ForecastMFair ^Vid warmer./, , , .iSl^iI wn p*  - s' , aonlterJ!jc��n*m^e^V)iTva�lsBt1hgi>s^ � Mi^rk'^0inMaaMikf,.dtKltliA>'*�- .-> ^ - - T�e (iiear- , e^egln-i 'i ad. a wSrId,-^a'eolared,B in onebing/zttfe"' ,ca'bipal40>r^--i, |4ncludel^<8QhigmeB^ 77 ?1686296 ?334 ;