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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta m I, Expect Peace Treaty Will Not Be Sighed Till April Opinion of Frenchman That Allies Have the Right to Demand Extradition of Former Efttperor, PARISj Nov. 28.-William Hoh-ihioVem can tie extradited, in the,opinion of^ Prof^pssor'Bartliel-emy, of the Pari* lavr faculty, who explains that Hie guiding prinelpla Is that when there Is an apparent oonl^st bstwften law and oom- . nion>�ens� the aolutlon I*, always found by following the latter. - The theory that r political erfme ia any orlma Inaplred purely political mbtlvet, the profet-ear veelared, long has been aban-dajied. He notes that Belgium In , 1 CHtod. The atreoitiaB ordered by fomier ^Emperor William, the professor 'continues, are condemned even In f a atate of war by Meritationai law and eonatltuts cothmdii taw crimes. � To maintain that they, �re;neVlMMUi� the aliiect for Mhloh^thay welre committed waa pol ltf�i|b ia,N h�' arguefc an aurdl^.' PARIS, Nov, 28.-(Haves)-At a meeting prelfmlhary to the sitting of the delegates to the peace conference, jt.is^antiouncoiji committees wilt be appointed to study different phasSB of the problems which will ber Involved and present reports to the conference^ ''whose deliberations will, by this means, be.of a more definite character. T'he ^conference, It la believed, will last for three months and it is not expected that a treaty will be signed before April. David Lloyd George, British premier, will arrive in Paris at the same time as President Wilson. BRITISH QOVT. STAFF LONDON, Nov. 26.-The Brit-ish government will have a staff of 400 persons in Paris for the peace conference, Assistant Secretary Tow|e of the food ministry informed the correspondents today. Says There Will Be No Delay LONDON, Nov. ZS^DiBcuBslng Uic arrangeihonts ior tne peace conference, the Daily Express says tlxe suggestion that tbe conterencD would be at work Cully three months before the terms were ready lor signature was strongly , discount/nanceci in Driti.'ih mlnfsterial circles yesterday, Europe, It was' ufged, could not stand three months of suspense during which measures for deniohlUzation and reconstruction would necessaVlly bo hold The conference, says the newspaper, win hurry forward to a^^settienient of the main lines of the peace treaty, which will be signed as soon as possible and arrangements will he made for some sort_pf an international policy to enforce {t. l6ternational commission win then, it adds, continue to work out the details dealing with Questions of world-wide independence which go beyond the terms as between the central and associated powers. Ni LONDON,,; wireleis se.. . , announced that forces of jaBBP lost nearly''4'i ead Miiiion \y. as.-(British >-It is officially liirliig the war the Britain actually killed or dead Man Named Rathbone Struck By Train-Papers Found on Body- UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE ^ IN HUNGARY NOW through varl6% causes. Recently'IfeWas stated that the British lossea^.|lbta|led e&8,704, but this number-OM not take Into consideration miWy^o were reported missing wh�iietually;ioat their lives, but of^iglKom there is no trace, nor dld�ilt' account for men who died aMhe front from sickness. Breaks Relations With the Berlin Govt. ^ LONDON, Nov, 28.-Bavaria has broken relations with the Berlin government, according to a Munich message transmitted by the Central News correspondent at Copenhagen. BERLIN', Nov, ST.-The Oerman for- make the entente nations more ready BUDAPEST, Nov. 28^ Via Basel-The new suffrage law which will'be submitted to the national assembly' by the Hungarian government gives the ballot to all men 21 years of age and all women who are 26, providing they have been Hungarian subjects for six years and know how to read and write. All elcctora 24 years old will be eligible to election to the national assembly without distinction of''sex. Sacked Jewish Quaitsr in .ljem Nov.. 27i-:rPutther search of the clothing of the '^man Frank Kathbone, kllled'thisaftbrnooh brought to light. another jiota. in the LONDON, Nov. 2S. - (Canadian handwriting of a :w6man,.requesting P'ess Dispatch from Reuters.)-rrA that If anything al^dtajdliappen to the i^^"'^^'''* correspondent who *T(isited bearer, notice Bhouldl.bo'sent to Mra.I ^"^""^ Avenue, off Harwich, where H. Sturtevant at'tucky Strike, a1-! tliesuv'epdered submarines are lying, berta. It appears that Mrs. siurte-i^*'''''*^ ^^^.t the avenue is over a hiUe vant is the mother o'l thfe unfortunate i The submarines are towed", to man whose death was raported to the 1 either side In hatches of threes and The Austrian rs To Be Wished LONDO^ov. 28.~l1ie Vienna, government intends to bring tOj^rial all persons responsible the war, including .j^^ Berchtold, Ausri;p 'J^^garian foreign mimstet^ wrl^ war broke out, and CoUlitllGwrnin, foreign n:iiriister atlliyier period, ac-tchaffge Tele-from Wording to graph dis hagen to^: Fdrmer eign minister, prptestlng against the publication by the Bavarian government: ot the documents dealing with pre-war events, sa.v.s. tho Bavarian reijfesentatlvea at Berne, on the suggestion of' Premier Ciemeiiceau ot France, recommended the publicallon of the papers on the ground that this contessiou of Germany's guilt would for peace. The Alunich dispatch states that the message has been sent hy Kurt Kis-J]er, the Bavarian premier, lb the Berlin council, stating that the Bavarian foreign office breaks its lielations ,wlth Berlin, "owing to the efforts of Berlin to deceive the people by withholding tho truth about conditions." 1.0ND0N, Nov. 2%-German states whatever their form . rnust. pay the bill; Germany as a .who(e must be responsible for the con-v sequences of the war, says .the Westminster Gazette, In discuss'-' Ing the situation that hab developed In Germany. The newspaper, admits that the allies may find that the legal entity of Germany has undergone a complete change and that like Austria, it .may. burst into fragments before rfvigot-^ iations are completed. - a numi to be advicesv for Charles,-irand duke and ,erals;are-also 'i at^rdingtot^be^e TSALUES TO LEAVE RUSSIA LONDON, Nov. 28.-In an election-manifesto, the British Labor party^warns the coalition government against.opposing the new European democracies and demands .the Immediate withdrawal of allied forces from Russia, free trade, th"!; nationalization of land, mines, railways, shipping, armaments and electric power. The party also demands that taxes be levied on capital and that there be ?. complete abolition of conscription. MTRflOPSFRflWI Transfer to Destroyer, Made Without the Loss of a Man .l-ONDON," l>iov.' 27.--(Reuters.) -A demonstration of 10,000 per-isons took olace in Hyde Park today under the auspices of the British Empire Uitlen. - A' resolution was passed expressing horror and-Indignation of German brutalities against British prisoners, especially after the arnjlatice and favoring an economic boycott of the Germans for their foul deeds. 1 JiJANraiNG,U.S. Herald soon after;the occurrence. AOUITAlaiArARHIVES HALIFaIc, NOV, 2�.-^The giant Cunard liner Aqujtiinla reached , here today with 4,000 returned Canadian aold^ara ori boj^rd. FAVOR LEAGUE NATIONS MADRID, Nov, Zrf^Both'Cham-, bers of the Sprtniah- parllarhent have approved ;ln principle the;/ propoaltlon for the formation of a league of nations ahd vyill name a Spanish repre'aentatlve'-In that ^ organisation. The government ' will aoon Introduce' a bill' repatriating Spanish aubjecta who have fought under alll�d flags, r RATIFY PttOMIBITIftN TALLAHASSB^.-Fla;, ICov.'28.-^The fedpjal constitutional prohibition amendment was ratified yesterday by both branches of the state legislature. Tha senate passed the measure by a Vote of'26 to 2.-nndithQ; house CI to 1. - adoitionXl tax' MEL.BOXJHNB,' NOV. 2S;-rr.(Canadian fours. Officers when asked the where-{abouts of their flags said their flag was the red one. The correspoutlent visited a> submarine of the .Deutschland type' and saw', a blood stained cat-o-nlrie-tails which a British sailor had found under tho captain's bunk. Caught bn the Fly �THE NEW RECONSTRUCTION committee has an immense amount of work ahead ot if, with the pOBsibllity of doing a groat deal for the soldiers who are to return. The sentimental does nqt enter into their work, but the practical Idea must always be kept In'mlnd. When the boys come.-back one of the first things they want-is a job so that they can lit themselves,into their own niche in private life once more. What we must do ia to provide the.jobs."-Commissioner Freeman. ' WASHINOTON,' Nov/, 2S.'- Wltlf ,', .Npv;..3S.-The population ot Vl'eh'ia Is r^pprted in a desperate conaitjbn;froiu, jftck'of food, aocovdlhg, to aMucasage- to tiio Dally Express from ;fts 'correspondent in Vienna, who claims ;to haye; been giyeu spebial opportunity-tor pbaerv,itlon behind the scenes'^-'.' ^pjnen'; and' children, ,who have to Btahd'in'.tlne.for hours awaUluB ad-mlsslpni^ They Won't Take Defeat tying Down-Not Th^ Last' of. LONDON, Nov. 2S.---'"If wn"M ?>� a great mlstjfee to suppose- that the kaiser is done with, he; has many uu-herents in Germany, who- are quite resolve'd not to take the recent, defeat lying down," is the opinion given, the Dally MaH'a correspondent ;atv Tho Hague by > Dutch, citizen who spent the whole period of the revolution in Bremerhaven- and .now; hus; returned to Holland. ';,....�� The returjied Dutchman, estimates the proportion of loyjllsta" to revolutionists as one to two "and ho "says a lljr'ge number of soldiers, are what might he called "true,to the kaiser." It mus not be imagined, he insists, Ithal the German army, although smaller , than before, has, ceased -to exist. On the contrary, he represents it as very much iu existence and moreover, commanded by generals devoted.to tho eniperor(-3 cause. � � ^ ^ The >correspondent'* informant-did not doubt that somothlns in-^tho -shape of a counter-revolutldn^^vould be atj tempted before long. Hesal^ the .red flag is still freely dlsplayei^ In -Bremerhaven, but.he heard that it had ali^o^t disappeared in the Rhine diatrlot. FATAL GUN FiGHT^ , TOLEDO, Ohio,vN.ov. 28.^Two men are dead, several others wounded and seven Detroit "men are under arrest following, a. gvn fight here last night .between railroad police and 15 qr. more ,whls-; \((ey runners from Mieh^an, a dry state, . ! u . Geimati's Continue Appeals to Allies for Clemency in Carrying Out Armistice Terms-SoU's New Appeal HULL, England, Nov. 2S.-Britiali civilian prisoners arriving here from Rubleben, Germany, say that when they were leaVing the prison cam)> there a long written document ^'\VBa handed them by the Germans, appeal ing to them to intercede with the British people in behalf of lUe people oC Germany, who "have freed themselves from the chains of a barbarous syetent and not hold the Gernians responsible for Ihe deeds ot their .former iuto' cratlc rulers, who are now utterlj", powerless." Self's New Appeal ZURICH, Sunday, Nov. 24.-Or: Wi S. Salt, the German foreign minister, has addressed the following note to the allied powers: i  , 'J "According to an additional note sent to the armistice convention by the allies, Belgium, France and Alsac^- . Lorrallne must be evacuated wjthin U period ot 15- days. This ' retirement must be made in three stages, each stage being marked on the niBp.;Thb first stage already ha? been reachext ^tt^ .encroaches on tiie Rhine jbo^Jc^-ito'the west ot'Prum,-,betwean^}A^!rt!lg and Barrengrue mlnesi an^v ci Sar'relouis ahd *^ei�ebruck. biticlten).,. ' '; tended to. deprive Germany of*thfese. ( iterrltories. . . . ,  . "The German armistice comniiaslou -li^B again presented -argument,-sup-pbrting a delay m. the .'evacutttlOh .:qr territories west of the Rhine, claiming that the economic situation therr supports Germany's view." /-I Great Reception-Soldieis Ait* gry Aliout the Demobiltz^r i tion Scheme WITH THE CANADIAN G'ORP^ii Nov. 34.-(By J. F.,B. Llves^;;;Gant adian Press oorres'pondent)-(Delayr ed In transmission)-Before'^ leAvint Mons/ which the:Canadians.capturefL just hefore the armistice was; sJfcped,: Sir Arthp Currle, the commaftderf dC the Cani^dlan corps, was pfesentodrhy the city with a medaMn gold speolal-ly atruck' in hia honor and lukcHbecl as' a souvenir of the liberationthe city by the Ceinadian corps; Rej^lca'sr will be distributed among the troops' who participated.: Men of the .lit Canadian division were given a.^reatirc!-; cel)tion bpon their- entry into the city 'of Neville onHhelr marph to.GQrTRilJiA Leisure has been granted the men? to visit Waterloo and historic hattli^fiel^s in the neighborhood and a considerable contingent of Canadian officerjiTi aj;-tesded t^he offlpial ,ent;-y. of .theiKlng and Queen of Belgium into Bruiseli/. The published plana tor the deknbb* ilizatlou of the Canadian army> hav'to been received without enthusiasm,' As ^ the men hoped and belleve(} khat yi^y would have an opportunity of returfciii'^ ing to'thefr base as member8'',of^r'ili� ' ilghting units with which - they ha^o so lone been associated. - "Instead of this," one weBternvSpl4lT.';fj ici- put it, �'we are to, rethrn, Atfli, ^'(j! 90ldl(tra atj^all, ),bnt ,as a ,mob ot ,f ers-idr hakers or'.clerks, - whichoiisMp.'.'s; country apparently wants to-^et|] of as quickly as possible. I an jaajlida like me wanted to mai-i, our;, home town with our recii flag, waving and the b^nd.pla the fighting battalionthatwi 'oa-every fleld'fr6i� yBTes.to,�; 'where the.CABSdi'warihs^'&�' e�g�secl." HUNGARIAN Ri;8TQN$i BERLIN; Nov.-gS.^OuhiivTlj Battbyani, minister af>tiiefJpt the Hungarian cOblnM^'pala'i^.r His withdrawal from'ih'MnJn is stated, was the reBUljtvQlf with the Socialists..," �''J'\ 71841? 329869 ;