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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SOVIET COVl1. MEMBERS PPEPARING TO I l-EE COPHNHAGBN'. Frtdai Nov The autiiorllles oi Russia liave ordered'that ready at the sSuitest moment to sail from the mouil) ot'the Neva river fu iho Out ol Fluland'and i' anuoupuid Ihil ro -we ot danger H members ol Ilio go ernmeiu 111 embark for a nejtr-i port, to I'otroBWo gcenes of Great Joy m Brus- sels' Wen King Enter, Aitei Ovei Foot -Years' Absence. BRTJS3PL8 Nor 28-King MUert IlruEiels jesterdav morning kt 10 o clock He was accompanies by Queen ElUabeth Print. and Charles and Princes "ot Ir.ud The wal parlv anded at the SAYS: Bitter Spirit of Fjlls Every German Heart; Admiral Tells Beafty Tha StarvationCauseft Defeat FORCED BY STARVATION Arrest of Prominent People Ex pwted Over Sale of Exemp- j no .Porte de Flanders and p-oceedeil to the Place de ia Nut ion recsltinE a tremendous oiatlon King (ion Papers ar rests are on tho of being made hera ia connection with the discover of traud in 5' "-impttoa from tho Milllan Service Act at Monl_ magnj. Que It appears (here -u dovernf organizations on foot In Hi Quebec tor the sale of evmp Ihe parliament King Jj Prominent people ar Albert and His family llsteneito an indicated-and their arrest ot welcome Inen impeding will creale no review of Allied troops which form commotion The (prelimiiiarv ed a line 10 miles long h never hid a de. i a ime m w" hearing that is going on-In the court Flowers were thrown in the path ot o( the peace undei King Albert as the procession made o Jfu not been opened Us way along boulevards lined tor mllea with dense throngs As this muea vviui fllBpatch Is being written the noise cheering rolls continuously like thim der across the cits King Albert and hia two sons were on horse back The crovrn prince 'WRJ on his right nnd was drcfsed in. wbMe his rourger brother was -.'dressed In tho uniform ot a midship The Is wearing its gala 'dress and the lnflux_of thousands recent, dayi has mado It Imposilb i outicy LonutfUi Admiral PP.--- ,ng German fleet, said to Admiral You understand we are driven to ,n All are dying of hunner ,the instead of only 'feed thelm and we dread more trouble LON 2, -British, troops marched BeWina inlo-Brimela yesterdaj iv__I mlC Kint Albert made hli Firm Actwii to Prevent Rac' ial FekUng IfDfin IUUK Aiycit his capital navs the Daily Malta cor jespondent who witrossaa entry I have seen mam great ceremonies at mau> places but I have never seen BO wit Miff various a crowd car >led away b> a fervor n lenQUUCy lett the clly' Meas ire declared lo bo grow the situationJie sajs that m ,hc we5t Is ot extreme delicao D-uJger tacus meeting in -Berlih winch is sue il tRCHS UlUULIIiS v------ 'i'an appeal to-the workers tovemulnte ti Long Report Dealt With Horrible Suffering of Conditions Worse Than Bntish Were Out for Worst TreatmenJ. WM. G. McADOO Who Hai ResiflnBd from the United NpSympathy For German Women Now T ns-iinv N'ov n -Pitiable coudlt- "I have never seen human in BriVish W warden state _o! OI1S UIUU11S who have teen liberated by the uer- mans since tlio Biguing at the armls- ilco are described by lleuter'a corres- pondent at French headquarters. Thou- VauA ol these men, mostly are entcrins Franco daily. The cor- respondent writes: Chaotic Oon-dl'lon, .NN.-No? B-The cnndit.ons iff Germany are emphas izen In reports reca ved from dam and Copenhagen purporting to renrodnte direct telegrams from Ger rrlanj There Is a cbarp diltcrenco opinion ra regard to the makeup of cnt ot a suyessM railroad i next Caught Q5 the %Fly jusfBejond Available' Man Scouring Country adds The slluallon derauds and Immediate action as at any ent an unpremeditated explosion racial sentiment may lead to the most serious eventualities The main factor in Ihe Vaamten ____ i anco ol law and orderja the presence j ot a smpll Italian squadfon The Hal TIME LOST bj the mlon ia a stater ot Ir-jWa 13 going lo make it hard tor eachers s J Ung to ter.o" and pupili alike fnr lie rest of the proclaimed that 0-c school >ear, but I would rather see ta now changed 'to the the schools kept closed an w eek n than to hare them opened too soon appitcation has been male only to be closed again rulm Dobion ot the MORE THAN bVFIl ciffiviuc ed that Lethbrldge will havo to ra its the raies on public1 utilities it the city Is to to. meet-IU obllga- And there la no taircr way Everyone, teionts and all, worn; then be a snare and all would pay' equally for services" re celved Hardte, nu XlUbbldii to listen to the Moderate Soc allat speakers. T.OCTON, Nov 23-It pointed out In connection wiUi the -ippeil ol Dr W Sotf to the United Slates for food1 that thero are two kinds of rations in use in Germany That tor tto In the tirsl tines has been much larger than that granted the rest of nation It Is, said Dr Soil ippea" anrlojs that the front 1'ne atandard shall be main tained for bodv of troops relnriiinE front This ra Uon is more eenerou than to Iho Briti-h oeen .during the orma ap trf the Italian admiralty by tour Hun g.rian delegates from the republican part cf Hungary for passports to DeniB 83 are unable to ficillflea Switzerland bj viay tie vessels In the hai'tw here which formerly belonged to tho morcantlle marine are HOW, tljing tho Jugoslav tfaf while er Iwe th. Croatian The lulbn authorities refused to irecogniio these ensigns The situation Is MtreniAly perl'oua Irom fhe final terrltbrtal .dlu ti6n, thort is the utmost urgency fc- the protection of the IHes of aniut 00 dOii Italians Either an Kalian o- anfallled force ihoald te landed lere ihs i and aduced to leave the city It la reper-ed that there aro sever glment! of to. hic- orv was certain, remained silent at their government, their and 'heir'navj At a congrcis at The Hague, lo which" we refused to go. the president of Uie national coun- cil of German womerVvas liivited to protest agaiiist the violation of'Bel- gium and torpedoing of tlie Lusitania. She wrote in reply: "We are ut one .with our. people. The men Jhc responsibility, for are as .dear to us and misery. WhBtf the camp at'For- bich, 3S miles 0 the roadside within a few miles frcin frlcudn When the survivors entered tho "-rencli Une1- French soldiers, who were hardened war heroes were horrified to sa'e men In sucU a plight It SB not douljled I thiU sufferl ig was mtontlonall> i---------' -ipon ihe Britisli Prisoners laJonalities are agrcod that were treated worse; _d the others at alt German camps. an.uary I Details i further fwort of Sir t Younger s" committee dealing with the treatment of British prisoners in the Ovei 2 Ado9 has re igni t as cecretaiy oi other naaouaiiues nre trea urj -wd dirLCto, general ol vne lhft BrittsU wecc irested worse; tliau raflroads lo leivo the infisarvjpn tne Genn-al, C3mps. i ijeruiauj a as those who are Bhedding.their Wood f o r us .0 n. the. .battle Jiel "To oiir indignant protesti against the deportation of women and_ young cirls arid that his- tory might possibly b'ring a reversal of fortune no response. In-Forests of Stfutheaslern Eur- ope, Says a Winnipeg JIan Cannot Modify .-it So Provincial Board Decides to Cancel it EDMOXTON. NOV5 ler ofiliealth handed out the following statement at noon today.. .The number of novy cases reporteil yesterday, St3 "r The nrovinc'iai board after.consit ering fh'd limited' use-o! Iho masV namely to inside places. Jias come t tho conclusion that the" only entorc Ible regulalioh was as they first is i, a- rozulatioi] MONTREAL, Nov Fi nanclal Times is on au thonty, which cpnnot be djsclos- ed at present, Ih.t the chftf claim which will be presented on of Canada by Sir Robert Burden at Ihe peace conference be for the expenditure in Can ada of 000 OCO of the mdem nity to axacted from the en emy in reparation for his deva tatlon in France and Belgium i Canada wjll not, understand sayl the Times, present any claim for a cash recompensation for any part of her war expenditures, nor ask for any territorial compensaj tion. W LABORITES AT- CONFERENCE PARIS, Nov Socialist delegation .called on-Prenier Clemcrceau Friltay to inquire whether would have representatives of-the Work ing classes at the peace confer enee and whether an mterrratlon al congress would be authorized i during the negotiations The pre mier reolied that rfe would refer questions to the cabinet and the allied.governments. WEATHER UAini.n iDle reguiaiiun siicrl it, nameiy S general regulafion'Hiflh outside aiid that it is not practical How .'_ irv rrn >wiihnut a uinsK i and old It is evident inm inen--rio i of whatever IE the Ireat ,reaf of nrisoners in Uermanv This disgrace Is open and flagrant ami tlie i onlv fossible Inference is that Berlin, deliberately approves ihero Is no doi bt that work }n Ihe mines Is in flinted as mmislimenl Here is Jn tiStt from a letter dated Mav from a British private soldier, Nothing to Eat We have had little toyat we eft Hameliu Two ot oar numbei mo gone to tha hospital with broken arms ind the remainder are suffering from cuts on heads and bruise as the result ot Ooggm-s they icceu ed at the last place 1 lell ma (lint unahlo lo workjmv longerJast Satur dal and the man m cnjrgx-n s- kicked me back into mv seuse.3 dud kept me down In the mine IG hours after all my gang had gone up Ii you Uie here' nil look like dead men They ire vvorKeu lo death The record of datl> promisi-uous violence might be much further mus, trated Tov scores of men who Inil, given evidence concerning the minlnf camps, kicks blows and insults Be camo a part ot Uie normal routine Here i example trom of i man who liad been at one time in Ihe Hamlin salt mine i Terrible Brutality Januarv. 191S I refused. In compete mv task as It was a phjslcal -npossibilit> I taken out of he mines dre scd only in shiH and Is loo hot In Ihe mine K wear anything el put tor the night In a hut which wa not woather proof In mornlnir it was halt full ot snow The nest dav I was taken to Ihe mine and ogam until I had finl-hod mj lask I received nothing lo eat from Iho tims I went intj tha mine on the flrat morning unhl two o clock the Lext itlernoor It i" impossible to say how many prisoners 2 live! were sacrificed until wore evid- 2 ence can be obtained from men .set I free." CROSS CONTINENT 8A.NTA BARBARA, Calif, Nov.x B3._9eurid for Waihlncton, D. C., with only two teh'.duljd between, "I02-, the' Lougheed biplane Ssnta Bzrhjr? r-, S.15 xov IIWT a) oo not to call a general stride i j protest on I last nftut by thft Sao Francisco bor Council, which is alternaliTJ appointed a cornraltlee'of 10 to call Nov (SpecUl cable to Toronto Mail and Dis pitches lo the Dails Vail Irom The Hague quoting the ettc, says that the eikaisers prlvalS fortune, mo Ur !n cash deposite in varicas bank ii estimated at c UU18IXIJ.; nuv't" j. hospital of other bulldinjs. After dis- I A Alia ers from 11 e iuslritn brmy, organized and ol the Polish .provisional govern- an o ment in Austrian Siteslf.- ,Mr Rbse, -who is -from Winnipeg. .Manitoba, is now In Paris. He is an Knh3Ui a idino. be seized, thcufh the will pass te the treasury. -Ov; 90 ior- i tTrains. in B counr Austrian Silesia, belonging to the stu- dent federation. Hn now prepared for H. M. House'B lengthy mem fljjndum on the situation. GENERAL PROBINO OF'HUN PROPAGANDA WASHINGTON.. rVoV. senate oommltlet InvebtigatinB- propaganda, .dscided to- day to Uk-a us .a general Inquiry- of German propaganda. This fol- lowed adjournment of the .hear- ipos today until" after the, begin- nlnj of the new session of con- gress on' Dec. 2, c.oalltloc. gorernriie! fit fot'lbe men who have made a :iiew world, declared .Premlc-f Uoyd Oeorgo the provincial We The program memoes bchcmeo 'to increase the production from land ar.d olher in- j diiflrics reforestation, better trans- in campaign includes1 form ot homes, built >f, the eoTernment. i. The" premier denied that -ho surrounded by said that, if the government; were un- able tr. get along because ot obstruc- tions he again would'appeal to people. x. ;