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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. UiTlIllltllXiK, ALHKHTAi NOYKMHKIl '27, 1018 XL'MBKK 295 LUTION SMALL STATES MAY FORM SEPARATE; REPUBLICS KAISER IS HELD GUILTY SoK Again Applies [or Modifi- cation of Allied Armistice Terms. SOCIALIST LEADERS HOLD KAISER GUILTY; s SMALL STATES REBEL COUNTER REVOLT? AMSTERDAM, Nov. von Der MarwHr, former aide-de- camp to Emperor William .ind later commander of German on tlia Verdun front, has arrived al Troves with a big army and ap- pears to be preparing 'or a caun- ter-rcvolulloii, according lo a itn- dispatch from Berlin filed there on Nov, 21, Nov. W. S. Solf, QftrniQii foreign minister, lias llic allies onco more for a utilisation of the armJsIIco conditions and hnR requested nerinlsfiion Lo delay llio dt> .railroad rolling slock, ynd- tr in'ci terms of Ihc agreement holwctn Germany arid Ibo until Febru- ary tho'ground of dlltlcultles rauscd by had conditions uncl the lack of lubricating oils. Separate Republics CQPK.ynAtiENj! interest (ell throughout the German i.aiupirrviii_the result ol Iho conference Tlie question _ of summoning'of- national assembly and insuring the un- ity ot the empire arc belntr discussed nveryvthere.: It ia Kcnerully expected (hat a decision will be reached to call iho national assembly at Iho earliest possible moment, otheririas Bararla, Worlteaiburg and Bail en arc raport to be considering Ihe formation ot separate republic. Hease, Hanover, and Germ an- Austria aro also cretJIled T.lth demanding a calling of the nat- Joual assembly. It ia aiaip'l thn feeling al Bremen and Kiel U against, the Spurlacus par-1 ty. At Bremen the soldiers' andj council voted SI "to 20 in fdTor of (he national assembly. Tlio council at Klol bus ileuounr.- Ilia action of Ihc Sparlacua adher- ents. Schlcdcniaun, writing for ihe Voiwacrty, txacrlbea the change In tho sUmilfoil to Dr. Karl Mebk- uecnt's attempted CQLJI> d'elat. Solf May Retlgn 1'ARIS. Nov. W. S. Soli, tlic German foreign minister, may re- sign very aooii, II is Indicated by dc- volopmcata during Ucbale.3 at the ronfercnce of.the German states now being held ia Berlin, Recording lo Seme advices lo ihc PollL Parinlen. Guilt LO.VJJOX, >ror. (DrUuh wire Can. Soldiers' Big Subscription LONDON, Nov. soldiers In England and France to dale have subscribed to the Victory Loan, BULLETINS DARUCH MAY SUCCEED McADOO Washington. Nov. M. Baruch, chairman of the war Industries board, it was under- stood today, lias been offered Ihe position of secretary-treasurer, to succeed Secretary HcAdoo. RY. PROBLEMS OTTAWA, Nov. of the government and heads of the larger railways In con- ference at noon today. Railway problems In connection with re- construction and demobilization were under discussion. HAS NO MESSAGE AMERONGEN, Holland, Nov. Hohenrollcrn's en- lou'noe his bsen asked by the As- sociated PreiB If the former em- ptror has any message to send t6 the American people. Tht fol- lowing reply received today: "HlBmajtBlyVaulle regrets that, it unable, to iuumlt this demand to his majesty." SANK 10 SUBS. LONDON, Nov. naval headquarters announces that IL has credited American war- ships, .with .sinking 'or capturing the Bri- lilth admiralty gives the Ameri- cans credit tor nine, iht fact that one Is not'absolute- ly certain. Reconstruction Committee Appointed in Lethbridge to Aid in Coming Problems; Urge Undertaking of Public Works Now HEFUSE TRANSYLVANIA I HEK INDEPENDENCE PARIS, Nov. Rumanian Transylvania has pro- claimed its independence and has I sent an ultimatum, to the Hun- garian government asking that aJI political, administrative and judic- ial departments in territories in- habited by Rumanians in Hun- gary and Transylvania be handed over. Hungary has refused and the national Rumanian govern- ment has broken oH negotiations, declining all responsibility for the consequence, blame for which, it says, will be placed on the nation- al Hungarian council, according to advices to Ihc Matin. 0---- LONDON', Nov, i.-; under- stood Hint question of the extra- tjons: illtioii-oC ihc rormer German emperor likchie, Mrs. Cob'yhea- ls being con side re 1 by MrMiii Citizens LeilibridEi: YOs 10 llic task of OIL j Tuesday evenhip whfii, u meeting' In Ilip Orftat War rlub rooms ihev formed a ctmimitiec 'jf i'j, ivers to add lo tltoir f-jv ULQ iwo-foM of liking a of ULO ciiiplovcir> of labor Iu tiiii city auti district and 01 prcvailiris uy- >n iho government and railways 10 un- rltsrlake such iirorec-ta in the cily nuil as wil) teed to provide labor which will tend to ohsorj relurncd sol- :liors HK they i'j enter civil lire onco liy thl.i ncilon places Itself in liic load among tltica of tlic provincr in a genuine effort tn help the relnrninjr mon lo tit llienisclvcs into the fcht'tue of civil life; oncu cnnrc. The Committee. The which ULLS nomiuat- cj by ;i ot tlirct; couslstlug of ,1 ud EC Jackaon, Preslrtont lung- uf the G.W-V.A. and Donald ilc- Xablj, rcDreaentlnc lilior, coasts of Ihe following: BuBluessmerj: Mayor llardla, CJ. R. lUraocli, K. WTiag Fred Spooner; Veterans: T. Ijoug- worth, K. C. J. Cunning- ham ami H. P. Maddisori; Labor: I PARIS, Nor. Symonils, Chas." Peacouk. MrXabb' jjert C, Hoovor, American food admin- and FrDtj Ladles' crgauiza-. iatralor, is licre and is taxing up with Mrs. H. JoTf-ett, Mrs. J. N1. the allicB ropariition of riispos- CAN. PEOPLE WILL JiE WELL INKOHMKD OTTAWA, Nov. J. W. Dafoe editor of the Manitoba Free Press, has gone on behalf of tho department of public informa- tion and in this capacity will be attached lo the Canadian delega- tion which is to represent Can- adian Interests at the peace con- ference. Mr. Dafoe will keep the Canadian people advised of de- velopments by special cables, which will reach the Canadian newspapers through the agency of the Canadian Press Limited. May Compel Him To Leave Holland LONDON, Nov. Hohcniollem will have to leave Holland ]f his presence there be- comes perilous to that country, Premier Beronfaruck is quoted by the Amsterdam correspondent of Ihe Daily Express as declaring in Ihe second chamber of tVie Dutch parliament on Nov. 20. The kaiser is in Holland as a private person, said the premier, as quoted by the correspondent. ,rp and Cl. ficers Of tlie crown able Tho plan utidor con- I AHCIIANOKI-. In log ;huls and wind suelters made nf blrcli 'boughs, allinl trootis arc holding the lino agalnsl llic Bolshevllil on Lhc mid- >r ot the northern front In tho Aflcr 10 weeks ot aud thick growth the nltioa are snored in aud are Ijtrouacked ice-filled on Ihc opposilc stdc which iirn thi cami> fires of the enemy. Under Urhiali command and co-op wiiL Hritish -forces, American infantry men on tlic sector have jjrob LONDQrJ, N6V. Aiquiihj Uiberil 'leader and form- "fir1 "pHmier, will fae opposed for eait district of Flfeinlri, In the coming elections, by Mrs. Gtorgt E. of Lleul.-Col. Hope, who was kill- ed during the war. Col. Hope was s nephew of the Earl of Rose. berry, former premier. Mrs. Hope ia "running Independ- ently of Liny party _ and one of Is a demand that Will- iam former emperor, bt brought to England to te tried fo-' murder. would give food flrsl to llicLibly provide il more fighting aru! hard allies, Ihon lo' neutrals ami then lo ships than any ollici1 American .j in llussix Holluntl. 'The KvcjOus-. Hews. gays. H under- stands Ihe iW officers have concluded LhaL Ihc allies arc cnLILIed to demand the extradlllon of the former emueror and that applies also to irho IwiTC i-omniiltetl or given inslrneiions commission of oxtradilahle crimss. It llollnnd lakea the view-that she has not the potver lo surrender such persons ivilJiout the consent of (Jermany, tf j ft LethhrIdge. was( ineetint' ihc Census of Employers. The first duly of the reconstruction commillee, as it will be called, will be have a census of employer.? ot la- We taken, to Jearn ivhal posilioos have been.hold for soldiers who have not yet returned and to learn also what other positions are Immediately avail- vole much space lo discussions revelattona made by. Bavaria, in pnli lishlnc official telegrams which cd between Uerlln and Munich before Lho war hraVo out In 1314, They 3gico that (he guilt of Germany uorslalently denied durlne the able lor rolurnins men. .secocd duty of will be lo approach tho Dominion and provincial sovcninjenls and tha rail- mays wilh a view to having necessary public worts and rallvray cstcnsioni imderlakcn, BO that cmploymaqt nray etren not only in ihe unskilled bul also iu Ihe skilled Irados. A3 it will uO spring beTnrci much can be expected from ihiH direction Ihe meeting de- xi v i N.S.U Nov. U. S. TO PURCHASE TONS SHIPi NOV. fer or the United States govern- ment to purchase gross tons of shins of Ihe Interna- tional Mercantile Marine companV that fly the British ftag Ts under; stocd to have been by LONDON, Nov.. dftmonstralion of per- sona tofrJc place in'Hyde Park Jo- day under the auspices of the Brt-- ti5h Emnire Union. A resolution was caBsed expressing horror and Indignation of German brutalities against British prisoners, especial- ly affcr the armistice and favoring zn economic boycott ol the Ger- mans for SELL ENEMY JEWELS. YORK. Nov. els valucJ ;il 5200.CUO IJLI sold a auction hero on December by- _J Mtichell Palmer, alien properly mi totliftH. is :iunounced today.. 27 MORE SUBS TURNED OVER HARWICH, England, Nov." Twenty-seven German submarines were surrendered today to the al- lies. This brings the total of Gsr- man U-boats turned over to 114. Xov. Preas .iliapatcli rrom connuc- j tion willi the fortftcnmlne visit ol the Drillah sovereigns here, tho well-: known writer "Perlinai" In Ihc Echo nothing under ihe liability OL aaolher war. We musl not allow our minds lo IIP diverted from the inalu purpose, bul he. prepared 10 surren- shoulder this great, W. A. Buchanan, A. Buchanan, M.P. ou being attractive, immediate cd he galns in onler to secure worUi pcaco, Is the greatest Bain of leas here de- ri'Paris, dcala the services ot (he j 3 of the British Empire durlnff the war. "This be says, "covered many fields of nc'tirlty and talten as a wliole -was always Ihc ilolermlnins laclor In events. The co-oporallon of the fleet, for Qiample, con (erred upon us the security ot IKe aeaa. The mcr- Caught on the Fly "Sl.NX'E THE SIGNING of Ihi! inlsLlcc Amoricnn land nuyers nrc pasl (our ycara, has hecn provcil liyjcantllo marina supplied WE with rocd-' fnccs to Southern Al- noimce on tlic parl ol any gorernnicnt, bul he had his own One policy which hart ueen adranced was that 01' lunri scitlerneni. That fs not enough. Then lucre arc those who offered to hold positions Ior Ihelr employees cnllstcti. Those should be tabulated, and at the Pawn time a census ol other quickly available positions Ehoultl he fa- expected from lanj seHlc- Labor Delegation Makes New Demands on Dominion Govt OTTAWA, iii- tcrvlcn' of representatives nl lahor with the Dominion governnicnl with the object of asking fnr Ihe adoption by ot owing lo [he tjxorbiiaul cd by private concerns asked Tor. Tho desirability o[ iiUrortucins legis- lation iiroviding a fund against Insur- puUing jiiucu for sickness was urgctl HJJOII llie Into cifcci' (lie rcconimcndatrons of, government, t-onplcil with n demand laoor as set forth in resolutions pass- if or iinliunal of medical treat- ed al Ihc annual meeting of the T rules mcnt in bospilals anil lllc creation ol :unl Labor Council, took pinto this af- ternoon. Labor's demands on this occasion weiv made to Sir Tlionms While, minisccr of (iiintice. niitl aL-Hiig premier in tlio abpeuce of Sir Robert teileral health deiiailment. Tlie reprcsentalkcs of labor again objcclion to two per liccr and ior an. increase the alcoholic strength ol tills tev- i'6cK and Allied Lcailcvs Met Germans in Armistice Terms .Without friendly Word. SIGNED ARMISTICE BECAUSE THERE WAS NOTHING ELSE TO DO TOllON'TO, Kov! Flcuror, n a special cable to Iho Mail anil "inpira from fierlin today, says: "So many persons in tlie new g-ov- mment have fait! Lo me that it would lor Germany lo meet all ho conditions ot Ihe armlstlcei with- out Involving the ruin of (lie country liat I decided to put their plaint Inloj Jefinite form for '.what it uilght ho and lo BubmIL It to Malhius Eerzcbcrger, the Centrist leader, who was a member of Iho delegation .aehii :o the front on the armistice mission. He willingly granted me an interview. ihe- armistice becausis5 there was lo lie saul. K-had been Bought by us the very crislsiof the German tion. We couli] not ga on without dis- aster. Ilul even as I signed It, I'fear- ed It.woulJ be impossible to llvy up tn iho letlcr ol tlib nsrccnient, As.J'.safil tlicrc was nothing clsu lo The Conference AMSTEnDA-M, arrols- lice conferences lietween Die German! delegates anl Marshal Foch-and his assistants were carried put in tlic moil business-like manner possible acd ay- parcnlly williout liolable Incitlenls, ac-i cord Ins ri long dispatch given. In Ihe Vossiacho Zcltung by a. mCmbcrp of Ihe German, party. After lo.e French met the German commission- ers tltej- tvcre driven for lt> hours iu automobiles Id an appointed rendez- vous. "It seemed lo says Ihe nar- rator, "that the drive was intention- ally .prolonged in order lo carry us tnjfli the clevaslated provinces and; proparo us for the which haired and revenge might dc- mantl. One of the Frenchmen pointed out a heap of ruins, Faying, 'behold St. Quentiu.'MVe entered a traiu irllli hJinds drawn in evening ami in the morning In the. mi Gat of; tlio forest, ot Compieinij surrounded, by soldiers. "There were (wo (rains, one occtn't' ied by Marslial Focli and bis BtaK antl Ihc other uy Hie Germans. In. Ihesft we lived, worked aud nesoliated fo'.V Lhree days. We hatl everything in abundance. There was nolliine lo find, fault-wlih. The great'enmity and red apparcnily prevailing against us were shown, liowcvcr, In Ine neBOtiat- Ions ot the terms imposed." The narrator remarhs that the Krencli officers and Vice-Ad mira' British representative, main- tained a calm attitude, "nercr tem- pered by a friendly word." No Friendly Worrf. "Marshal Foch, whom we only saw' fffiee al Ihe beslnning and at- the end. nf the conference, Is a stern, plalj. mail. Ho did not speak a single word to us in'the tcne which formerly, dia-.' tinguisheu (lie chivalrous French menl, anil IT the scheme Is properly "nerta in greater numbers, anil I look Uavarlait fiorcrnnicnt, Germauy- stuffs, it. should mean mucli recently appointed minister of labor; for the greatest Influx in years during and Drought over tho American lion. X. Kowcll, prcaldcnt of the the ncil monlhs. produce tho whole correspondence Tho vast British unanclal syatem aa lowns anil cities to give employment j privy to ownership 01" railways; the creation ot. isu i-.ilional fund to meet emergencies ,.jt nQj (bat they don't know about Southern and Vienna during sured us almost unllmtierf. credit. observed no smile of (riuranli Iheir adds-the vrrilcr, "but AT OTTAWA of the other allies Lo rejltzc the vagi HIE WEATHER crnccmed Oomsp.tlc ilisaenslons In Ucr-1 Irihntirl lo hurlfu? (he enemy oul nnny FCF'TO merely lo put thflni on tlic! Krance. This prodlfflojs efiorl wll) nlorl against Ihel treachery whfrlj IP] rpdonnrt to LV crc-Ut of Ihc tlngnvinoil In Iho jllrltieh High Low Marnoch of Ihc btard of PAGE GV 21 InlJoiiK rail for an incr Icra' !o a! least month. Federal fusurnncc for'ilu- The lahor ilelrgation also, reitcral- a Usl iis request ot Ihc several years (tor linlT-boliiby nn Saturday? for nier elate itcrttary is foreign The cabinet was ap- pointed yesterday 'and marks a complete reversal of- ;