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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta XI. I.CTHHWDGE. AMiEUTA. .'iTESIHY. NOVEMBER 26, 1918 NUMBER -29 ALLIES AND BOLSHEVIKI IN GERMAN DOCUMENTS PROVE WARFARE FOR CAUSE OF WAR LEAVES J'OU SWEDEN COPENHAGEN, Nov. Ludendorfr, reputed to have been long the actual directing head of Germany'a military affaire has quit German toil, according the Frankfort Gazette. It says he has left Sainitr, Prussia, for Sweden, titular position In the German military that of first German Conservative Element Gradually Gaining Upper Hand in Political Control Are Neglig- ible. NT, Xov. of teals of strength lie twee ci tho Conserva- tives and tbo Independent and "liol- Socialists In various places in. Germany conflnuo Lo Indicate that, as far AS mero numbers go, the Ei- treuilats ero almost negligible. The elections to'the soldiers' and council In Dresden on Sun- day EUOWtliBl. Ihe Extremists polled- only voles agatnst for Uin old Socialises. Holh groups of Inde- pendents won only three or four scats out of SO. Fuller 'reports from Bremen show that movement in that cJly has al- ready turned Jnto a conservative i-hau- National Assembly of sold Ears, workmen and (foasanta' councils, rsprcsenling Bre- Hamburg, yienshurf, Osnabniock, TVllhcm shaven Hiitl 3 numb or of emallcr.places in too yroVlncea of Hanover -and HolsUlii passed n declaring stand behind I h a" ptcSefi t" rn men t.' and demand i.T-the1 convocation of a.nattoiiBliajaeni- hlyv 'The resolution wasfldonteu hy-a V3.te'ofrSl-to 20.. There iraa also a ci-iishiug- defeat for the Extremists at A. meeting representing Ibo 10th army corps, by a vote ol 110.to 4, a resolution, iras passed against efforts to establish a "dictatorship and de- manding tlio Biimmonlng of a constit- uent-assembly. Soldiers froiu-llift front are, now be- ginning lo arrive in Berlin and meu have conversed with them express Themselves optinjisiicalij- ua to ilie re- sult of their arrival as regards its ef- fect (ho preservation-of, order. Those-men declare that the great bulk of the sbldiora reject Bolslievlblsm In 'all It.may perhaps tu Indication of tlic general public's (aitli Iu tbe conservatism of the sold- fers tfcat'Gcnu.in a ail Prussian flags are beginning lo re-appear all over lierlln, after having made way for the reil flag. Only, in oho of llio was any objection raised to the Hying of Lho national flags. ele- ments thcro toro the Pruaaiau banners from tho street cars. Elscwliore the flrnblcrus wcro not disturbed. Just Peace and Disarmament- Schc.me for Soldiers' Seliieincnt" iki In sian Winter Now LOXDON. N'ov. 2C.-T- (Canadian Press dlEpatch ier David Lloyd George and Chancel- lor Bonar IAV Iiave "isaURu a joint manifesto iu Great Britain and Jrclandr- appealing for support and continued unity aud oullMIng tbeJr policy, ol llio following' points Amplify speeches cabled on Nov. ic. "The concluaIon of. a Just ami last- lag penco and so establishing the a order that further wars jnay.be forever avert- ed; reducing tho hurJeii pf trmenjents and tbo promotion oC a. league of nat- ions; slalc acquisition of land for sold- iers and salfors, cither, far collage? iiritJi garden allotiriculs or small inga on n echeraej for ag- IricuHuraJ developments and exuiiislve ARCHANGEL, Monday, Nov. has begun In earnest over the whole north Russian front. All the rivers are Ice-bound and His- Botehevlct gunboats, which have fcng menaced the al- (fed forces on the Dvlna, have been forced to withdraw to i scrap ft belnfc frozen In. The BoJehevlala, have mounted big guns along the front south of the al- lied armies. The correspondent has just returned from u trip along tho frnur, whcro he foun.il a general reversal of llio opin- ion that the Dolshevikl would fight. Near Kadiab, o. fortnight ago, a. body of Bolshevik! maintained nn advance against a. strong machine gun flro, A. HussiaD resident Jn'talk- Amerfcac soldiers regarding lar- ger Industrial improved material conditions .of employment." The manifesto .continues: will be amenta I object of the coaUtfpn-to prpaate iac unity oC nations of preserve for hive-gained b'y ilieir Brrcriflcea'aud offpris ia ciuac cf hunjanlty n'nd thisytiack said the HolRliovikl ofllc- crs tnroulcEed theii1 DIC-U that they would ha killed tlic day if they fallud to .The cold io inte.'iso In some sec- tors of tlio frpiil that ihe yllies sleep ivltli (heir jyaphlne gnnE rolled it) the blankets with lliem to prevent the water-cooling 'eliatalisrs of tho guns Irom freeilng. Enter Eathonia. 'LONDONr -'Nov.: Hoi- troops havh crossed Ihc river N'arva and have en- itcred Esthonla.'-Litwceu (he Gult of f Finland and Uglfcil'efpHa, says a Ceu- Ural News.dlspatc'li StocthoJm today. -fct I Ocneral jnobiliaklion has been or- ('Jcred In Ealhpnia, where the Germans j are. leave wlibin a fort 'night, the dispatch Allies Will Now Pool Slocks ancl Buy Through Common. Agent Gen, Entcrtd Moris nt FuH- Strength p ,P.IS HAMILTON. Ont, Nov. Gordon C. Wilson, M.P. cil tor a long tlmei N Tho .German a mis craMe ilieir elnthCH bt nondescript. On tho fflinger (here most of the oilier, islups ,tn.o.mGn lounge on decks-smok WASHINGTON, one month is the lime President Wil- son exp'ecls to DC in Europe for the of this [ieacc conference and jiimluary. discu'ssious. Xo definite liiait lias bet-n fiicil, but it is snlrt au- SAL'T LAKE CITY. Xov. J. Grant iras today unanimously sus Liined ns president of the Mormor cliurch 10 succeed Ihc late .losepU F Smith nL a meeting of llic conncil of Ihp 12 Granl inimeiiiately announced the aup-jint- luent Anthon H- Lunti Chsrles Pcnruse, as Ihs iiral counselors, respectively. Tliesc two with President will CJnsilruto llic first presideiiC3' of the church. President Lund was sustained as ol (lie council of 12r and LONDON', TVlrei teas offialaf' reportR from the Bavarian jninlBfer. Berlin to hla homo government cou- liTra ovidonco already In (he hands of Lho alllea that Germany and 'Auatri.-j conspired to bring about lha war. It was for tils reason that the terms of Auatrin'a ultimatum lo Serbia wera made ED draBlic thai hosUlitlos wen to follow.. These revclation-i have neen published In Mualcn. aftc) permission had bee'n" asliej by the 'Ba- varlaii premier aud foreign tninistei ot Iho German, federal government, They arc In tho form of a reply seu[ to Munich on-July IS, 1914, by Count von Larchenfcld, the. Ba-varjau' (er at Berlin. According to the reply, (he. delivery oc tho ultimatum to Serbia ivas delay' ed until after President Poincare and Premier Virlani of France had gona lo Sl.-Peleraburg, which would makfc U difficult for tho entente-nations to arrive at an understanding'. Count von Lerchenfeld '-'that Serbia obviously cannot, accept such conditions AS would-be laid end that aa a Ho duclared lhat ricllon.on'tho part'ol Austria'could -M- layed, ''for-that mtght 'i der'. prGsBUfe and an opporluhtty to, offer satisfaction.11' i'-telegram-from Milnlci tortf-T liil'on' Jaljr 31, enfeld'aaid that Sir. Edivard'Gr'oV's ef fpris to'pfGserro 'peace ivoiild certain-, ly not succeed Jn lee 'course' of events. Later the same tlay .lie Trlred information as to ultimatums Ut Kussia find Vrance, forecasted ilieir re- jections by both aud told.of plans to burl Germany's France, which, he said, be In .four 'weeks." Ha slid fail the' ol tn Prencb army was poor and that it taoly ariued. On Aug. 4P the Bavarian mlniile-i outlined Germany's Inteniloils to lato Belgian neutrality, aayius: "TUo chlet oi the EQneral staff lial' dGclarei that even their 'nsntrclftj sc F2it! Tor fnrv dearly If tb< is respect ot Ilelglum. Attaclj on France is aalf iWiii'q Belgium.0 j _., Ul tuy LUUllLiJl iSlili thontallvely today that Ihe president nudt'er Clawson was sustainert Plans to be Lack In America MriiniMjas actiDS presiJent ctnoe council to sis wepJtB alter his ship sails for the presitle during Ihe'absence ot 'Mr. other side. 'l.Und as counselor. The meeting Among many merges received held in Iho famous Mormon temple-.- [rom England, France .and Italy, urg- ing Mr-'Wllson to let unfavorable criticisms inlericre with his plans, is umlerstooil lo be one from Lord North- cliffe, earnestly BiJeecsting that all objections should Im dlareEnrded lie- .the president's presence is cs- It ivas'said, today'Hiat there was no foundation for talk oi cen- sorship .over news of the peace con- ference that American newspaper covroBpondenta would bo given all fh- cilUles for transmitting their dis- patcher f i GERMANY is rc- roricTl-iti eisually lists today to uc reivitriatcd after hoing a prisoner ia Germany. CONSTANTINOPLE, erican L'onlrol of the Turhisli-gcnda.r- ralere anrt finanres la being urged by a group ol nine Turkish and two Constan- tinople. ThU ei'Gup also advocated American supervision of the educat- ion system ami Lbe o[ church and state. A depatatton vrlll request nermtsslon lo present Ihc pro- grain to President Wibpn during