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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVKMBKH I5HK GERMANY IS DISSOLUTION FORM SEPARATE HELD GUILTY SMALL 31AIEO mrti iy c rniriin u LACK IHIY Solf Again Applies for Modifi cation of Allied Armistice SOCIALIST LEADERS HOLD KAISER GUILTY v SMALL STATES REBEL COUNTER REVOLT von Der former aidede camp to Emperor William ana later commander of German on the Verdun has arrived at with a big to be preparing for a coun according to a dispatch from Berlin filed there on Soldiers Big Subscription in England and France to date have to the Victory BULLETINS BARUCH MAY SUCCEED McADOO chairman of the war industries it was under stood has been offered the position of to succeed Secretary PROBLEMS of the government and heads of the larger railways were in con ference at noon Railway problems In connection with re construction and demobilization were under HAS NO MESSAGE Hohenzotlerns en tourage hat been asked by the As Press If the former em perer has any meeeoge to send te the American The fol lowing reply waa racelved today His majestys suite regrets that it ia unable to submit this demand to his Reconstruction Committee Appointed in Lethbridge to Aid in Coming Problems Urge Undertaking of Public WorksNow REFUSE TRANSYLVANIA HER INDEPENDENCE Rumanian Transylvania has pro claimed its independence and has sent an ultimatum to the Hun garian government asking that all administrative and judic ial departments in territories in habited by Rumanians in Hun gary and Transylvania be handed Hungary has refused and the national Rumanian govern ment has broken off declining all responsibility for the blame for it will be placed on the nation al Hungarian according to advices to the of civil German foreign has asked tho allies ouco more for a mitigation of the armistice conditions and has requested permission to delay tho de livery of railroad rolling und er the terms of the agreement between Germany and the until Jebrit ary 1 on the ground of raused by bad conditions and the lack lubricating Separate Republics interest la felt the German empire in the result of the conference of the The question of summoning of the national assembly and insuring the un itv of the empire are being discussed It is generally expected hat a decision will be reached to cal tho national assembly at tho earliest otherwise Bavaria and Baden are reported to be considering the formation ot a separate Hanover and GermanAustria are also credited with demanding a calling of the nnl lonal H ia stated tho feeling Bremei and Kiel is against the Spartacus par ty At Bremen the soldiers and workmens council voted 81 to 20 m favor of the national me Bailors council at Kiel has denounc ed the action of the Spartacus adher Philipp writing for the ascribes the change in tho situation to Karl Llebk nechtH attempted coup Solf May Resign tho German foreign may rej sign very it is indicated by de velopments during debates at the conference of the German states now being held in according to JJerno advices to the Petit Kaisers Guilt British wire less here de vote much space to discussions ofthe revelations made by Bavaria m pub lishing official telegrams which SANK 10 American naval headquarters announces that it has credited American war with 10 Germin The Bri tish admiralty gives credit for owing to the fact that one CMC ic not absolute ly Citizens of Lcthftriilfir thoiiirifl it to Ihe task of recountniotion on liesdav evening at u meeting held in the Great War Vetransi club rooms they formed committee ol witli powers to add to their for the twofold purpose of taking i of tho employers of labor in tne and district and of prevailing up on Ihe government and railways to mi such projects in the city nnd district as will tend to provide laboi which will tend to absord returned sol diers as they arfrready civil I life once mon5rj By thin action Leth bridge places ItteK in the lead among the cities of the province a genuine effort to help the returning men fit themselves into the Kih1 life onco The Committee Tho which was nominat ed bv a committee three consisting of Judge President Long worth of Uie and Donaid Me repreeentlnf consists o the Buetnessmen Mayo Livingstone Fred Spooner Veterans Long worth Cunning ham and Msddison Labor McMibb is underand Fred Smeed Ladles orgamza nuestion of the extrations Mrs ditfoiVoTthe former Herman emperor Conyboare and is being considered by Uritish law liters of the O PEOPLE WILL HE WEL INFORMED May Compel To Leave Holland Hohcnzollcrn will have to leave Hollnncl if his presence there be comes perilous to that Premier Beronbruck is quoted by the Amsterdam correspondent of the baily Express as declaring in the second chamber of the Dutch parliament on The kaiser is in Holland as a private said the as quoted by the BELIEVE JHEY NO FRIENDLY Dafoe editor of the Manitoba Free has gone to England on behalf of the department of public informa tion and in this capacity will be attached to the Canadian delega tion which is to represent Can adian Interests at the peace con Dafoe will keep the Canadian people advised of de velopments by special which will reach the Canadian newspapers through thejigency of the Canadian Press 10 GET 1HE FOOD LAST Her bert American food admin huts and wind shelters made of birch allied troops are holding the line against the Bolshevik on the mid dle sector ot the northern the region of After 10 weeks of fitlit in swamps and thick under growth the allies are now snowed m and are bivouacked along an icefll ed stream on the opposite side of which are stood that i jjiinon j who are working I The committee Is to meet shortly at fit LllP WllU tn i iiu ijU n i taken immediately after plan under con food first to the then and then to Hoover desires that a at Brussels to ox the camp fires of the British command and coop British American Foch and Allied Leaders Mel Germans in Armistice Terms Without friendly SIGNED ARMISTICE BECAUSE THERE WAS NOTHING ELSE TO DO Nov in a special cable to tho Mail and Empire from Berlin says So many persons in the new gov ernment have said to me that it would be impossible tor Germany to meet all conditions of with out Involving the ruin of the country that I decided to put their plaint definite form for what it might be worth and to submit It to MathiBR the Centrist who was a member of the delegation sent infantrymen on the sector have prob OPPOSED LO N 00 Mer Liberal leader and form ef opposed for tfiVWai In the district of In the coming elect by George widow of who was kill ed during the Hope waa a nephew of the Earl of Rose former Hope is running Independ ently of any party and one of her planks is a demand that Will iam former German be brought to England to fce tried the flight of tho former emperor The EveningNews aays to to having in inind the amine the it under stands the law officers have concluded that the allies are entitled to demand the extradition of the former emperor and that this decision applies also to individuals who have committed or given instructions for the commission of extraditable It is added that Holland takes the view that she has not the power to surrender such persons without the consent of WORLD PEACE RATHER II FOR THEIR PARI different industries iu me viciuiu named a me mixer the committee Census of The first duty of the reconstruction as it will be will be have a census of employers of la r to learn what positions have been held for soldiers who have not yet returned and to learn also what r positions are Immediately avail able for returning The second duty of the committee will be to approach the Dominion and provincial governments and the rail ways with a view to having necessary public works and railway extensions so that employment may be given not only in the unskilled but also in the skilled As it will bo spring before much can be expected from this direction the meeting de cided that the census should occupy dian Press Dispatch from the attention of tho organization It is reported that Ifemiev Mayor Hardie wasi elected to the discussing the peace said I chair In opening he stated that the If a scheme is devisable whereby municipalities of the being Australia could be assured there would financially could do be no more it becomes an entirely for the returning soldiers in the The Dominion having would therefore have to shoulder this great on being call ed on said he had no policy to an than in any other American TO PURCHASE TONS SHIPS of fer of the United States govern ment to purchase gross tons of ships of the Interna tional Mercantile Marine company that fly tho British flag is under stood to have been accepted by the secondary and unimportant considera tlon whether she gets any The best commercial treaty would be worth nothing under the liability of another We must not allow our minds to be diverted from the main but be prepared to surreii PARIS Proas idispatch from In connec1 if immediate tion with the forthcoming visit of the in OTAer to Becure world British sovereigns the well wnich is the greatest gain of writnr Pertinax In the Echo u tiiu that the guilt of Germany and Austria persistently denied durinK the last four has been proved by the Bavarian Germany iaa been challenged again and again Soproduce the whole correspondence Berlin and Vienna during known writer Pertinaa1 doala with the services of the British Empire during the This he covered many fields of activity and taken as a whole was always the determining in The cooperation ot ipi FIV way of providing and provincial tho A of per sons place inHyde Park to day under the auspices of the Bri tish Empire A resolution was oassed expressing horror and indignation of German brutalities aoainst British especial ly after the armistice and favoring an economic boycott of the Ger mans for theirfoul SELlENEMY i Enemy els valued at will be sold at i auction here on December G by Mitchell property cus is was announced 27 MORE SUBS TURNED OVER Twentyseven German submarines were surrendered today to the al This brings the total of Ger man Uboats turned over to Labor Delegation Makes New Demands on Dominion the for conferred upon us the security of the The cantlle marine supplied us with tpoa jn greater and I look SINCE Til 10 SIGNING of the ar mistice American land Buyers are their faces to Southern Al raw materials and munitions fQr the Kreatesl lnfliix m years during and brought over the American j the nexl sU There is nothing The vast British financial system t ahotlt southern nounce on the part of any but he had his own One policy which had been advanced was that ot land That Is not Then there are those who offered to hold positions for their employees who These should be and at the same time a census of other fiuickly available positions should be Much is expected from land settle and if Uie scheme is properly carried through it should mean much the annual in terview of representatives of labor with the Dominion government with bv the object of asking for the adoption of legislation putting effect the recommendations ot labor as set forth in resolutions pass ed at the annual meeting of the Trades mid Labor took Plaoe Labo occasion were minister of and acting of Sir Robert the owing to the exorbitant rates ed bv private concerns was asked Tlie desirability of introducing legis lation providing a fund against insur ance for sickness was urged upon the oiipled with a demand if medical treat 1 meut in hospitals and tlie i federal health The representatives of labor premier In the absence ot bir Ko Bordcn Gideon recently appointed minister of lul president tho new between Ule never Uared produce government Just to show the Kulf between It and its predecessors Bavaria has proved she was an complice of Berlin and She Mpported them until they lost and MW she shall not whiten here char later In the eyes of the allies by black records of her siired us ajinost unlimited credit in She has the alliance with Britain became but a worldwide was formed that glorious army whose unceasing hammer blows as Foch wore tho decisive factors le Kreat final defeat of the The British Empire is one of the few empires 1 noilt V HOV I nit IJL in its greatest material prosperity nev1 H B0l u fllU or high regard for moral loree ot The after taking every pos sible stop to throw the allies off their expecting in a weeks to have the world at his feet says the The revelations made by Havaria will not surprise the allies nor dispassionate his domains in neu tral This was tho blood bath prepared tlie In the kalaer to be al lowed to go without trial la the comment of the ihe Morning Post says that Holf in appealing for modification o ihe armistice is following exact ly the tactics disclosed in the publish U now appears that hw representations of starving thousands m are The newspaper and stands forth as one of the greatest craftsmen of martini Tho newspapers continue to pa tributes to Britains part in the Alberla down who has just returned from the state of TlllSIlP IS NO DANG 1C it here that there will any gas shortage this being in the mid of tlie big distributing system can We liiivi ad new customers during tho hut tliere is no need to manager of flic Gas rship of railways the creation ot Le GauloiB says It of the other allies to realise the assistance Great without whose aid our poilus would have pour ed out their blood iu Le Uaulols i I concerned domestic dissensions in Ger many servo merely to put them on tho against that treachery iiuitl In the hardship in After referring to the help of the British It is well to realize more the British Krnpiros part on created an army of amis of war and deprives itself 10 supply Pranoe and Italy with Simuitanoously it carmed in the Murmaii It conquered tho und immensely con o hurling Hi enemy out of This prodigious effort will redound to the eternal credit of tin UritiBU Natural I WAS AT OTTAWA this looking at the Ontario and Quebecs attitude is blocking the public domain All eyes are I now centred on the Rogers banquet I to he held iu 1 know the expect t lie returned men whowish to Tom Ihe new president take up land to go away baclK far from the of But the first so far as Lethbridge is is to look after the men who come hack first and get them Held By President Longworth declared there important labor wore thousands of acres within 20 i by all the numi wilh who wus iiccoi hers of the Dominion the exception of SecretaryTreasurer who is labors representative with Canadas peace well as by representatives of many again cont beer and asked for an increase in the alcoholic strength ot this bev m Other resolutions presented to the the i ministers recommended government 1 of iergencies legislation public tion de legislation iu movement in Canada tho passage of an act making use of injunctions against to the front on the armistice mission He willingly granted me an I signed because there was nothingelse to he It had been sought by us at the very crisis of the German sittin We could not go on without dis But even as I signed I fear ed it would be imposflible to live up to the letter ot tho said there was nothing else to The Cftnference tice conferences between the delegates and Alarshal Foch and his assistants were carried out In the most businesslike manner possible and ap parently without notable ac cording to a long dispatch given in the Vossische Zeltung by a member of the German After the French met the German commission ers they were driven for 10 hours in automobiles to an appointed rendez It seemed to says the nar rator that the drive was intention allv prolonged in order to carry us throtigh the devastated provinces anil prepare us for the hardest conditions which hatred and revenge might de One of the Frenchmen pointed out a heap of beholrl Quentin We entered a train witU blinds drawn in the evening ami awoke in the morning in the midst of the oE by were two one occup ied by Marshal Focli and his staff and the other by the In these we worked and negotiated fo three We had everything in There was nothing to fault The great enmity and red apparently prevailing against ua were In the negotiat ions ot the terms narrator remarks that tne officers and ViceAdmira British main The French tallied a calm never tem pered by a friendly No Friendly whom we only saw twice at the beginning and at the end of the is a Blaw Ho did not speak a single to us in the tone which formerly dis tinguished the chivalrous French nat told strik is not true that Foch there could not be any question only the imposition and whatever coldness displayed was never illmannered there was nothing to negot We pointed out the technical impossibility of some us of of illegal the adoption of more strln nuy we Were obliged to ttiit regulations covering food and fuel control the abolition private During the Discussion th handed the Germans tho Paris Or the executive of duties on trade union who made a tour of Rogers men are getting anxlouB egtlou however would require as to whether or not tliere will bo n k to nluxe it is little land worth whilu the far The land settlement some He and Labor The requests made of the govern of lecom out iho can get anything within if U holds eastern newspaper France THE WEATHER High Low 42 My opinion is that iiyihlng within whue other plans are being worked and see that they get jobs and were not asked to hang around for weeks with discouragement grow ing on lybsident Marnochof the board of mem included a number mendations which have boon urged m previous There was u reiiera the suggestion that pensions uioth the ad that pen IneaUnrto doVvVryihing bo provWea ifor widows 10ok after the of other directly renewal EightHour Day resolutions presented which affect workmen included a of the request for the inau guratioii of the eighthour day on all public works the publication of name of government contractors and nature Emperor We observed no siuile of triumph on their addsthe but could discern their ENTERTAIN UNITS British mirulty has sent instructions to all of contracts the appointment of a fair bases directing that United State wage officer for the maritime pvo1 naval units be entertained on viiice the establishment of minimum giving wages and adjustment to meet chang ing conditions throughout the couij try protection of car builders re j palrers by tho of suitable buildings prohibition of the importa OH lutious cull for an increase in sold iers pensions to at leusi n Ftulerul iusimiiUT for tion of coolie labor and the establish ment a central immigration au labor delegation also reiterat ed its request of the past several years for a halfholiday on Siiturduys for NEW FINNISH Finnish cabinet hat It is headed by wMlf Senator Caatren btcomM ter of finance and mer secretary ii foreign cablntt pointed yeeterday and nwrkt a complete revereal of ;