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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBEH 1018 INBITTER WARFARE CAUSOF WAR y iMnFHfi BlSHEVIST ELEMENT IS LUDBNDORPF LEAVES GERMANY FOR SWEDEN roputect to have been long the actual directing head of Oormanye military affairs has quit Gtrman according to the Frankfort It says he has for Hit titular position In the German military wa that of first Allies Fight Bolsheviki In Bitter Russian Winter Now German Conservative Element Gradually Gaining Upper Hand in Political Control Are Neglig of tests of strength between tho Conserva tives and the Independent and Bol Socialists In various places in Germany continue to Indicate as far as mere nnmbers the Ex tremists are almost The elections tothe soldiers and workmens council In Dresden on Sun day show that the Extremists polled only votes against for the old Both groups of Inde pendents won only three or four seats from Bremen show movement in that city has al ready turned into a conservative chan LLOYD OU1LINK POLICY Jiut Peace and Scheme for Soldiers Settlement Canadian Press dispatch ier David Lloyd George and Chancel lor Bonar Law have issued a joint manifesto in Great Britain aad appealing for support and continued nntiiniticr their or has begun In earnest over the whole north Russian All the rivers are Icebound and theBolshevist which have long menaced the al lied forces on the have been forced to withdraw to tscape beinft frozen The have mounted big guns along the front south of the al lied The correspondent has just returned from a trip along tho where he this attack saW the BolMicvikl offlc their that they would he killed the next day if they failed to The cold le no intense in some sec tcJrs of tho front that thn allies sleep with their machine guns rolled in the Mankets with them to the watercooling Chambers of tho guns from Enter Russian Kol I sheviki troopshave crossed the river BELGIUM WANTS LEFT BANK OF SCHELDT must have the left bank of the This demand should be made at the peace conference it is agreed by a political parties in The correspondent has talked with many ministers and members of parlia ment and they all agree on Bel gian occuoation of the left banK of the MANY HUN TOWNS BOMBED BY BRITISH says a Gen Near a fortnight out of Fuller reports Want National Assembly meeting of workmen and representing Bre men Osnabrueck Wilhemshaven and a number of provinces of Hanover and HoUteU Passed a would stand behind rnment and demand manifesto in Great Britain aad Ireland or support and unity aud outlining their which the following points amplify speeches cabled on The conclusion of a just and last ing peace and so establishing the foundation of a new in order that further wars may be fotever avert edreducing the burden of armaments and the promotion of a league of nat ions state acquisition of land for sold iers and either for cottage with garden allotments or umall hold inga on a wide scAle schemes for ag ricultural developments and extensive aforestntlon schemes ccmprefrensive housing schemes lar ger InduitrlaYopPOrtUnitieo Unproved material conditions of The manifesto continues Jt will be of the coalition to promote the unity npire nations of it to preserve for Kot infliiencfi md auth have gained by tlicir Gervais Tells of How Man Was Shot and His Shack Burned CANCEL BIG WAR CONTRACTS IN BULLETINS ATTEMPTED SUICIDE PRINCE Oervattt of the Creek attempted to commit e in Wi otll of our sacrifices and effort in the cause ct and Says Entered Mons at Full Strength from the street Elsewhere the were not ANOTHER IS ST Cordon for Went worth haa declined to attend the banquet to Robert Rogers In In his letter doclln ing the Invitation ha aald Having bean elected as a sup ogrter of Union I see no nor do I Intend to break faith with the people who put country before party and sincere ly trust that tho seeds of dlsssn which you are attempting to onrthla occasion will not ri pen to resolution was adopted TOW of81 to There was also for the Extremists at Meeting representing the 10thi by a vote of 140 to a resolution was passod against efforts to establish a dictatorship and de mandlng the summoning of a constit uent Soldiers from the front are now be Binning to arrive in Berlin and men who have conversed with them express themselves optimistically as to the re sult of their arrival as regards its ef fect upon thc preservation These men declare that the great mi k of the soldiers reject Bolshevism in all its Itmay also perhaps be considered Eli indication of Prussian flags CH beginning to reuppear all over minister of spoko Karlln after having made way for the at tne Canadian night at Us red Has Only in one of the suburbs luncheon at the Royal He any objection raised to the ilftng HaW that in the d tho national v Certain eleiera wno had aeeu the longest ser of tho ylce would be home He suggested that a hall should bo erected here in memory of The Mewburn had not received proper livery member of local wuo was physically fit bad gone Although the Canadians suffered 000 casualties after August 8 they entered Mons at full tome of his former friends had wanted to assassinate him because sons drafted AtMr tho arniMice was he found thoio men 01 harvest leove 10 believed that lie had kept far h with tho People were uing and even threatening him to al low sons homo in time for In many cases It was im possible to do The club passed a resolution asking Premier Bordeu to request er bft placed on trial for the atrocities committed during tho THE WEATHER High anV Allies Will Now Pool Stocks am Buy Through Common Agent aggregating have been cancelled by the American Expedition ary Forces since the signing of the In the British and French governments will pool their surplus stocks buy through u common Forty thousand men engaged in the American supply will be to ndvanced areas as replacement troops for the army of The supply will continue its roulnework us long is Fortythree construction including a deep waterdock for 20 warehouses and rail roads have been Orders for 2500 railroad cars and hundreds of barges and derricks have also been The transportation program lias been reduced while the or dinance department has been cut down by The reductiop in the air service has not as yet been an on or MEETS OTTAWA the date not been definitely It nipected that pariia ment will about Thuradjy BIG from 200 brought sub Dawson Victory loartoday running the to j laved HAS DEVELOPED i published relative to the work of the Independent air force show that during the 13 months preced ing the armistice the astonishing number of 709 bombing raids were made by British aviators over Gorman Documents Plainly Furnisfi Additional Proof That tiia and Germany Plotted PRINCE new and startling development in 10 Steep Creek reign of terrorism mpoaed by Gervais and Tils asso in the t James McKay anil Horsley as been revealed vand by another Only old blooded murder can be traced to I hese Dr hi jail has stated o Inspector OSulllvan and rown that Adolphc Ln whose remains were found in his mrned shack early last was murdered and thecabin fired to con ceal the Gervais story Is that Victor Carmel went to the Lajoio shack during the shot him through the head with a rifle and then set fire to the a Dishonorable Now Says GermaA Lieutenant FJRTH a navy n the opinion of a Qer on one of the warships to the Ho said man surrendered wo have only a dishonorable No one will want to serve in a disgraced less Publication of reports from the Bavarian nrinlster al Berlin to his home government con firm evidence already in the hands ol the allies that Germany and Austrin conspired to bring about the H was for this reason that the terms Austrias ultimatum to Serbia werrf made so drastic that hostilities werd bound to These have been pubMshed in aftcj permission had asked by the Ba varian premier and foreign ministel jiof the German federal Record They are ln the form Of a reply aenj to Munich on July Count von the Bavarian ter at According to the of the ultimatum to Serbia was delay ed until after President Poincare and Premier Vivian of France had gona to which would maka it dlfficult for the entente nations to arrive at an Count von Lerchenfeld that Serbia obviously cannot accept such conditions as would be laid down and f MlK Caught on the Fly executive officers of the Dominion Jrades and Labor Congress are in session at the capital preliminary to the an uual interview with the Dominion gov eminent which takes place tomorrow At the tho reso lutious adopted at the meeting of the congress at Quebec will be presented to Sir Thomas acting premier Senator Gideon minister of labor aud other members of the gov In view of the circum stances that the war has been brought to a close since the Quebec tho probabilities arc that the repro Hentattves of labor will make somoart dlticnal representations relating to tho necessity for prompt deal ing with tho new conditions created by tho cessation o 41 11 PROMINENT HOU one of the leading lawyers of the died hero last He was a prominent He was a native of near Newmar THB FIRST THING I was aakoil whan I stepped oft the train tho other lay was if I had come feacl to run Commissioner Freeman lu Scipil I did noyKi commliTiowr Inoldenlally Grace stated that Chicago was un dertaking of new munici pal work in the next and there would bo no trouble in placing all Chicago soldiers back iu civil THE BAN 18 OFF Friday and LetU will bo normal bean interfered with to mat but now that Uetn that Board Health Lifts Ban And Favors Compensation Theatres FIRST BATCff IIKTURNED Cunard liner due here Thursday or has on board 140 officers and 60 civilian military trans port officials say VIOLATES ARMISTICE aary is violating the armistice by releases prisoners with out food and poorly says an official note Issued through the Stefanla The Italians also are being set free all at once instead of in successive COMBAT FLU FAR NORTH By direction of the commissioner of Canadian Indian affairs at Ottawa and the Dominion head of the a special party will be dispatched frem Dawson tomor row on long dog train expedi tion of 500 miles overland across the Rocky Mountains and rivers to Fort McPherson with and other equip for combating tho Spanislyn za among the Indiana and Eskt mos In that remote ADOPT BALLIN PLAN government haa adopted the program framed by the late Al her director of the Ham burgAmerican and the ship owners binding Germany to build ships exclusively for the allieswt fixed prices In return for which Germany will retain her merchant says a to the Dally Express from Amster GERMANS PROTEST dele gates at the mixed conference at tea have protested against the rejection of their request that they be granted a delay of two weeks in evacuating Lorraine and the Saare one of the French stated that he consid this protest wholly ground NEW FARMERS PLATFORM meet ing of the Canadian Council UIJIAUl VtWMO Inspection of the German ships is I that as a consequence mspeouuii ui He declared that action on the I Austria us i for that sailors ft misUer pressure from France and I their being I to offer Associated were 50 French and Italian cruisers and destroyers in the al lied squadron which anchored to day in the The news papers and population acclaimed the allied squadron as Allied headquarters are in Con and On the jjev fflinger there is perfect dlscipUaftliUt most of the otter shlpa tup illw arourifl on tho HEBER GRANT TELLKILSONTO WASHINGTON one mouth is the time Wil son expects to be in Europe for the opening of the pcaco conference and i HP rillM SALT T Grant was today unanimously sus tained as president of the Mormon church 10 succeed the late Joseph K Smith at a meeting of the council o the 12 Grant fmiiedlately announced t the appoint preliminary No definite limit has been but it is said president thoritatiyely today that the president miUieuiULCijr ment of Anthon Lund aud Charles W an the first and second These two President will constitute the first presidency of the church President Lund was sustained of the council of 12 and plans to ho back In America within six weeks after his ship sails for tho other Among many messages received from urg ing Wilson not to lot unfavorable criticisms interfere with his is understood to be one from Lord North earnestly suggesting that all objections should he disregarded he cause the presidents presences is es It was said today that there was no foundation whatever for talk of cen sorship over news of tho peace con ference and that American newspaper Bpondents would be given all la mesuioLiL f Elder Rudger Clawson was sustained acting president otthe as preside during the as absence of Mr The meeting was cilities for transmitting their dis Lifted the flu Dscldsd to clMO thc fmergency hospital to the provincial oovarnment that theatre and mov ina picture ownera should be re imburMd for aetual during tha closing of thiM places undtr tht provlneinl brlageB outside cubtoiiiers know that la safe here thare of Should be a great revival of bUBtaeu a real Chiiatmas shopping season k in dozen ftVt In a is the of Mondays special meeting Tha meeting waa unanimous for ntt the bau during the next but there difference of opinion as to Mayor of Hurdle wauled the theatres and pic uro showd opened right eVeber rather favored opening on Chairman Ritchie thought he board should not allow opening until next Thompson was willing to compromise on And Friday the though Mayor Hurdle did not The mo tion carried u provision that should sucli u situation develop as to mako to open on fiday the opening could be postponed on the or der of tho JViedicul Health Must Pay Enpenaes The meeting waa somewhat alarm ed ovnr a letterfr Agriculture will be held here to when the farmars plat form Of 1917 will be superseded by a new The of the council representing Saskatchewan and Alberta will consider the chances in platform made dtsirablc by the coming of of president of the will pre WANT GRAND DUCHCS6 LUXEMBURG TO APDICATE and ths demon stration front of tho ducal pal act at In which MV hundradu people demanded that the grand duchess should ab that ruler haa gone to her country house in several from her capital 1JU11U wa held in the famous Mormon BACK FROM GERMANY is re v casualty lists today y to be repatriated after being v a prisoner in erican control of the Turkish raiere and finances is being urged by a group of nine Turkish and two Coastan This group advocated American supervision of the educat the separation of A deputation will I 11 It t f rpquest permission to present pro gram to President Wilspn during his to vfho program will be announced this ion system and church and state Considering Reclamation Policy for Southern Alberta That the Dominion government is considering seriously tho problem ot a speclnc and practical reclamation policy with regard to Southern Al bertas Irrigation needs is indicated of irrigation would not only help to supply work for returned soldiers oil construction but the of great to a telegram from Munich linonJuljr Court t toft Lerch enfeld said that Edward a forts to preserve peace would ly not succeed in arresting the course1 of Later the same day wired information as to ultimatums ta Russia and forecasted their re jections by both nations and told ol plans to hurl Germanys armies ngaiust would be overwhelmed in four Ha said that the ttu French army was poor and that it wai adly Ou the Bavarian minUtea outlined Germanys Intentions to lato Belgian saying TUe chief of the general staff haf declared that even their would oe paid for too dearly If tw price is respect of AttacH o Prance is posslbto throngH FIRE DESTROYS ft BIGSMPIAHI 200 fifon Escape Death Front Explosion of Oil Which Caused Fire 4 Par Tir wlilch followed an explosion of oil destroyed about half of the big Cresr cent plant of the Crucible Stael Com puny here Two engaged In the plant when explosion Fire engine companies alj parts of the city answered alarms turned in at 8 Whet the engines arrived the plant was 4 mass of flames and It was lours before the flre waa brought or A break in an oil pipe line be fuel to run Into an open and the explosion which rip ped a large section of tbe root ortJtH wire mill department otthe blaze spread rapidly and half of works ware destroyed before flames were machinery and finished ulned by the Sclf estimate the damage at eluding on the plant and ngi and in Irrigation systems would for permanency of would toiaiFrnni hnild ui the livestock Industry and words to that effect ina to overcome of Hon Arthur minister Ke iSSirtor to Meighena telegram was called fortU by a wire from anan which the latter asked thaU fn connection with the proposed laud settlement aud reconstruction the need irrigation should not be Buchanan pointed out that irrigation of the largo arias Southern Alberta which are capable in the drouth problems with which tne government is every oi four MeiglienB answer that gov ernment is considering ft reclamation policy indicates a long step ow tlje part of the and suggests that a reclamation service ulbftg the lines the reclamation UOTViCU may shortly hu instituted In tho Domin fOi IndaMneant havo only nittu whlah numkara akWIt la that at tlw for i rfMlulleMnPeffi mittso at cast tht nuinNra German MWfpapi that la elatrtjf to tho ;