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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm fti'^ufe llj>*rty and^bqulty to every citti-jcen wjthoutidlstlncifoji'as to i^aco/re-' Ifgifttt: or itomic�l opinioti.CathoUciir'il (tmta and. JeW8, all will enjoy riKiltB "M they %J]1 all iuUiU: m \;v,the Lg;;g||pRii)(iE daily toALD V . g^GE FIVE er'otlitMl^i to' &k',^Bm ...louB'^Polhn committees niu Me, Bd SUte^, Ignace; ^.^X^^MVik ____d ror Europe to fi�rth%r'th6'in* tenets of ^tif> �omp4tr]lot9 in' tlif Iffindidg political deTeldpments. In :i?ai^B the noted "pianlat plans to confer'wltb the?Tolish n%U9>nal coqikitalt^-tee which hjit been recognlzed'byilhe alUeB and' will vlalt J^ndon and> Rome and, perhaps repreeent Poland during the; peao#: obnference. - >\ - "Poland Wirt he free and so will her td�afltant8,"i TMrf- PadereWsW said in a statement' before departing., "The democratic.xonstitution of-Poland will ,.... j^'''Htnf fiiKHrig fO)- hei* lib fl^here^is no disorder In'jHy mo* (ipuntry, but a Btate of war. There is iia'OppresBlon of;anyJ(lnd; but bM- TO BECEiVE WILSON, London; Nov. 23.-^THe snt-  - iah admiralty { considering plans 4, for the rtfeeptlon of P(!^sident i>^ilaen\ It wl|l probably 'atnd : warship^ to meet the agamemon r\ andt-escprt the presidcntlal ^eludes a rseeptienat Plymouth, ; Whence the pllorlms sailed for '^he western continent, with; pob- C I , sibly a ceremony in the'^buitd--^ing on the alteof the hpuse in . which the pilgrims ^ were entertained before setting sail. Rev. J. F. Wiseman, rector of SI. Paul's .iCtaurch,Kamloop^, has re-'tired, y ' . , ALMIinipNS GovaniiieBt?Pi||ier Contadltf Ab^ntto ^At aC. ^MI'o "liearliis in bttawa;in IjibniiectiiBtt with 'pai'fiC''CODBeiyEtion, tJie , .Government -Pwper; Con-- trolfer tor Canada Intimat-Tod"'tha1;;put oh a pald-ln-advance[-basis, in order to comply with'; the c^BTcmmwtal .order. , , We taiotfr^ia ��Ier>rUl^ Velucc'epted aa � necessary result o^'conditlona with papier, niaUnc 'indn^try/ v We are�all:in Bonpr bouncl S to',carr3r'J di|t our share-ofv >^tbe conservation move^ meht. vSo it yon are in arrears, please pay'up at once to prevent a dlseon-.. y UntfahceX^f 7ojir sub-,: /4cription. s Please T do ^eot wait for a blll-rsimply .\: refer to the address label. LSW ' WA8HINQTON, Nov. 23.-Dit' patches rea6hing the state department today from Stocito the'neult session of parliame|it in Ottawa, whereby provincial govern menjts will' be asked to take over upr: tilled farm lands in the various prOV-' inces with power to transfer them tcrt| active cultivators of the soil. ; ThO; government has tlte power to take over, untllled l^nds at. a falr^prlce and turn them over to^ actual cultivators. .In the remote contlgency^ of Idnd thus taken over proving avlosSi the loss In.^ money" will /be bornia equally by federalsan^d provincial'go^--ernmenta. About^ 10,000,000 acres of nntUled, areable land is>availilbleun: deP ^18; leglslatiita farV'cnltly^tioii;" Aboht 22j000 acres of ihJ:3.iB jn.Mani-4.toba. ' . .� SUISCRIPTIOn' .RATES' ' A MUST INCREASE: The. Isttss^ increase on the oi^t: ,af paper, means. - ' that^tbd Hn^ia will pay ab0ut^-f5.000.00 � more for : ' p^peit idjulnc the coming' year.thaa'lMit jrear. The ''�f-^ Heraid'^itS' tii 'pay^ an' .ad-, ' dltionfl .retroactive bill of '-$800 on the last two car, ']o^B,-''M:'iB-.!th�;'caBr'bfT othqf ..f^pers ^ du^ttg,-*^l?0)w>mber"wlll,'be � ^acce|t|e,.,.. '"rAda'resa-rsf, ^'JJOTB: 'AH BubBcrJptions'.'renewed,this^ate Riust be^posted before vpe9ember 3 Bt. ^'v-; ASASOVERE ', PARIS, Nov. 33-(Havas)-An^werT iUg the argumet^t of the Dutch govern^ ment in;Justifying its attitude toward William I HohensoUeni, the former German emperor, ai contained "ia: a note Issued by the Dutch legation yea-; terday, the Petit Journal, observes that vth9 former, emperor was at the: very beginning and continues to ^ be treated, not as a private individual, bat as a sovereign-.enjoylng favorable conditions. It adds-that tglegrania to or; from Amerongen castle are considered as pfflcial ^'telegrams. ,,.-.>� '^Despite the protest,of the Dutch government," the favors stop, and,'Jirc now being released ' from 'Germaji prison camps. Tliese iden have lieeifl living and working for' .'months on a diet of three or four; hundred, gramma 6f infamously bad.'1)read a day, supplemented by a \8onp, issued at midday, made df w*ter in which cabbage and barley have Jreen boiled. . They all thought their condition could not conceivably- ,be worse, Xow they know betteivpy V. "Continulng,':^rth^ correspondent of officers and a couple of sdldidrs, who were ^0 give them directions. Invariably these gu^desx deserted them after a few hours, ^alleging as an excuse that thby had lost their way and must go back to inquire "What happened to the prisoners, as I ^gathcredt;:;from their story, was this, yrhey tramped westward after tJielr guideh^W; left them until nightfall. Moat^jbt them slept two or three hourtifiiin> fields, and awoke stiff and cold, ">and, realizingthat It might-mean^dieath to fall asleep again, got .up ^^pd continued their goUrneyw" Inithe^tmornlng thel;e^was thick Ice on'the spooIb. They walked iall next day Ana next night, with dccasional rests in the of>en, but with-oiut food' or sl^ep'.-;' On the- second morning, after another icy night, they met French soldiers, a^jl were gl'iren fdod'and put'/into,' motor lorries and taken to'the; nearest town.. They are in>such a state;that the RTench officers, who are^^oll used to Blights of war, werp horrified to see men in such a state/' pany. as longi^as;}pos8lble. . ,wli9rti>Bd)i>oen taken prisoner, and iinil^v whom he liad shared the.hunger and brutaUty; ol ,thet. prison '.camp^^tory. over . seven, months, ^^his^pianr^h^ said, dropped lik� Heine's grenii^ler on reaching the abandoned Gejrnii&n front 'line ASSrStANT GENERAL MANAGERS tnre) tlie Colonial patron Up^ cntBi'- MONTREAL, Nov. 23.~As a resiflt Ing tlie tiipatrc will Immediately rocog., of tho large expansion of business re- ni'/!Q' what a wonderful- change has flectoC in tlio annual statement pub- been wrought, and what->rouble has lished yesterday, the Bank.of Mon- been gone to to ensure the utmost com- Before Food Permitted To ^ Reach Germany'-America's Attitude .V.MONTKBAD; ,Nov. 23.--J, W. NJor-'crjps.^vlce-prQBident and, managing' din rectoRriO^'?4|he ..Gan|idian. Steamship' Lihesf' limitefdi accompanied by M-.f3i iIaney^ione..of the Toronto/directors; And,'F.futured and the policy of the,company -wltJ^ respe'ot to' its'Ocean trade >which^cameb ihfo esl8teh(te i sihqex th%ti{ '\ KAISER NOT ^5(5^�NTED \Loiudon, Nov,' 22.-From k Bpecial iQUjin: yesterpi OO'rm'aay;^^^^^ ent ot,t}ie D^Jy is oonsl^erabl^ former A empero , , The' correspondent Buys ftttbr William Hbhenzollern bad : eifterear'tlpllri and, a thousand'O^rman soldiers, >r-j rived" ^t' the .frontier and demtih'dedt 'thMtl>'8y' allowed to pursue, a^d'jtiU" him". 'T4iey wpne turned' bsok ^itjii|, nnt'STi frnrit'inr.-arcnls. "J*-*-' they were; and Bt{2>d'tlpck on Suu-dayMotnlng, wheuj'th^iitie was forming >^on . puddles in sUMl holes, . and there was not a light Tin sight; or a friend'^'oreven enemy'{tb help^ there was-rnothing to do butfto, wait until theYr exhajisted man; vis dead,.' au4 .then go on alone.'''' ,. '�' OOING TO GET , ^ lltn.ther4 to be^.aui^f'iindered to the .allies. -rr, - . ;;The>'German shipfe^ wHlch aur> . .rendered'Thursday ..;,tailed from ' the Firth of various war-time dmodr^ whcP are. anxious to get back'to/rpriVati business. Bernard M. EliruoK',' chairi^an of the wiir industries board; recently expressed a-desire to' quit as, soon '-as-President Wilson woulii^ agree and^it had been rumored vtbat^Gharies' Schwab wanted tOsr^siia as.illreator-general of the emdrgenoy fleet oprporr ation, 'when this cou^d'llie 'done Jwith-; ^ut; disrupting lhe> orittnigat^on. LONDON, Nov. 23.-The German Socialist organ, the Vorwaerta of Berlin, publishes thp following: "Information has been received that ii,dmlral Beatty refused to. negotiate with the, delegates from the " worlj-men's and soldiers' council because they were not representatives oi: any recognized government. "Furthermore, we learn that food supplies of which the Unlf?d States had held out a prospect- will be held up temporarily in.Rbtterdain and Copenhagen, bacause the American government Intends tp wait and' see treal directors have decided to, enlarge its executive staff by the appoint-ment'of four' af xlstant general managers ill the place of one as .formerly, The new appointments under this arrangement are Francis J. Cockburn, H. B. MacKenzio, G. C. Casels and D.-R. Clarke. These men will ^ontlnue in (.-hargo of territory now under their rc.^,pective supervision. fort of the patron. Kvery appurtenance  in the auditorium is in brand new conditio^, everything Is'spotlessly clean and sanitary, toilets ami ladies' waiting rooms have been installed for the convenience of the ladles attending the Colonial; beautiful floral decorations abound In profusion; a check, room for the-purpose of check-li^g free o.f charge patrons' hats, coats, parcelsr etc., is ready: the seals or� really comfortable, affording plenty' of knee room, beautiful velour cur- NO IVIOfiE SUBS I LO.MDON, Nov. 22.-Twenty more German submarines were surrendered : talning effects surround tlie orchestra to Admiral Tyrwhitt off Harwich this pit; and in fact, everywhere througli-morning. This malioa a totaf of 59 ig of the beautiful Col- - . , , . _ , ., ., onial theatre, owing to the 'flu ban, to ^ions of ered must b� up to the same ..u...... discourage thk management of the f^f,w'^^fifflhYf?^^^ whether iGermany is alile to give the: colonial, for, even though the theatre , ^"6, the policy of the theat.e will be � ' has been closed for five weeks past. I a�i entertaining combination of vaud6- plans lor 'forthcoming attractions at I V'^,^,ZV^um^tl'^^^^^^ the colonial have been proceeded with, 1 vaudeville bill, many attractive feat- assurances .demanded by America for a free conBtituti'on." LONDON, Nov. 23--'l'he soldiers' and workmen's councils in the lower,, Rhenlsch.'province^ including those at  Dusseldorff, � Solinge and Remschald have approved: the program of the Spartacus'grbiip by a big majority,'ac- [ cording-to. dispatches received herS; today. The, council of Brunswick has adopted unaninaously a resolution opposing a coristltuant assembly and-de- i daring that the need of the hour 'is a national soldiers' .^^nd workmen'.^ council.'^'.  -  . - i ( A dispatch, fromKarlsruhe- to\the Vossische Zeitung'o'f Ifarlia, however,presents a hopetul'-picture of tha situation in B^dedj where a state, constituent assembly, .willi'jme'et"'on Jajh' 5, to /adopt a, constit�tldhiv The e,n- - tire population of Baden, this dispatch i says, demands/that U' national assem-v bly for Germany be summoned -quickly. The new.cablnef'bf Baden consists of,' seven Socialists, � two;.'Clericals,-^ one ' National Liberal and one ProgrcssivH. with the utmost vigor. Realizing that the taste's of tli^ discriminating theatre-goers lean towards versatility and variety i^. the' attractions offered, the Colonial management are; sparing neither time nor. expense in their efforts to secure the very best attractions possible.' When the theatre re-opens (which it is hoped to be in the very near.fu- ures have been hooked, all of which will positively appear. trencheii and die^rwit&tta a few nriles __ of help. Neither of'th*m kne.w where-|^;7''f"'7t8 -flrst'legrs'lature,' in.'lSTi). WELCOMED FRENCH TROOPS , GENEVA, Nov, -23.:;-,When French fcoopa Punnleri Thau "Potash and Perlmut^er*; . BUD 8CHAFFER ^= , "That Nut" , ' COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA GREAT nFEATURE PHOTOv,' -_PLAY BILL : Entire Ctiange'.o^f Every, vMbriday- and 'tnursday.fPeeplc'av V ����"'';^;^''P�^Uli�l'^'!Prlc�S;v^;^^ it /. R�a-tineeiJ,'-.NS, Theoretlc�ll�'Jiiia practical, 19^9, will be held,^,'-acc0rding to loqalityi in JunesnndrJuly.' * A Qold Medal,. several . Silver Medals, ialso a PazUalTScboIarshlp (ayailable within th� C^niserva-tSrV)' are awarded .an6uaUy;^der V conditions as outlined Un'the Cou-\ servatory's ,SylIa*us.-j^';''?iTh6t modern character 'ofv! tile Oons�v�toryfa Curilculum, and the .(artistic prestJgQ^of ihe; institution's corps \of -.euminers,: com-bine-ito render tt|cise, fexamlnattons 'ie most pyogres^lv^ilnd valuable Sim^fkTds oti ef^Q^fdcyt^ot; .'ai^y isidil - eui^inatlo^S' 9^ (before .sKoUld . be 1il�TliAR. If Music, iOnt. V^atalwut^far^nfe^ your rooms disin^ a new stock of ^Wallpapers at remarkably Ibw pricc!i,.with Cntout .very latett'desE^s. ^ . ' 9; , ,pT...^wyT-.. ..J. , . ^ , , , 'til-* they be-allowed to pursue,a^d-)tl I IJrb/onto qonMryftoj*^ Music, I  - / 4^^TSPiy^MM^MPP^" " ' . i\V 68 25 95 ;