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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Expect Peace Treaty Will Not Be Signed Till April 'Opinion of Frenchman That Allies Have the Right to Demand Extradition or Foi-mev Erfrpcror. PARIS, Nov. M.-Wllllan1 Ho-h- ihibllem'-c'in-be extradited, In the opinion of Professor Barlhel_ emy, of the Paris law faculty, who .xplalr.E that his juldmg principle Is that when" there an apparent conflict between law and the loiullon 1. always found-by followlni the latter. The theory that crime i> any crime in.plrwi pure- ly by political moti-'ei, the profei- tor Utclared, long ha. bien aban- y- Ihc'BOTcrnment in said Iho peaker "In Ottawa alone, wa hiT o elve tho landlords a year -every city tho rentals amount t Inlcresl and dejirccia Caught bn the .Fly NEW KECOSSTRUOTION coramltteo has an Immense amount o work ahead oC it, with the posElblllly doing a great deal for the soldier o are to rr.lurn- Tho senllmenta uore-umu Ion would be on bnlUiues ownci 1) hft roveniroeul." Mr Carvell slated that his sole In Itrost In adrocatlng lha conslnicllon of bulldlnr would DC to supply-work for Hie .labor class. nf I (inn pi P41US Kov. rols who was recently appointed nn- ;is 1'Inrormalion that' special attention is elnc Biven by his department to the ork o! -reaclitas an understand.ns ith the American governniont rcla- ive'lo Ihe immense amount ot work one in Franco.by the American army M. ttat extensive plans arc bein'e formed for economic slve bv which the French activity Iho war will be commensurate those evened by Ihe nallou dur .bo alruglto. Projects bclore var commlllces Include------- ami cxlension ot rollway, steim Sips, and canal roads and electric They Won't'Taka Defeat Lying LCJ The 'Last of; Ts'iioiie with, .he.'.bas many quilo shins and cana ro power plants ami Ihe elaboration et s. pow works at docfcs and ports. "studies- are being made ot a plan for a Ercal International railway route Bordeaux to he says. U also committee sludying lhcir ocs n W'L he practical idea must always be kepi 'ralnd: .When Ihe boys come-bick a ipclyworK lui TaVing UP Hie matter of lenders, he slnle.1 that Blncc he hid of- nce'; only two conlracls had been awarded by cst bidder. He sialcd that he would like the work lu be di.lrlbuled. bu; lhat Ihoic working-on government 'racta persisled In-getting Into t tunnel and an- the TB mu Tho daclaralton ol ,B hi3 thanksgiving "that this year wo. have sP moving cnu.o lo'bo (ratefuV to ii.c i inie KING IN- FRANCE. who 'Rt Krcjich port t, nc cn rolilc to Paris, drove t gchoraV-.ho.dar- lo their own iiiv-iiv- "ore What we must do Is lo pro-Uo Ihe Freeman. THE'USB- of -uiki about a library bulldirg until wo i jrary. Vhyfiot set the librari- an., ..icn go attcr Ihe clpal Datidson of Central- acnooi. VOTE TO STRIKE DETROIT, Nov. a' 'meelina of th- Detroit Fedcratknl. of Labor last night deltga.lei rep- approximately union worker, unanimously voted lor a sen-.ral strike on December unless J. Mooney, f.C- executlon in California next jutlon ol conlracls. Cott Llvinj Will Decrease Commcnclns.Mit spring. Ihe speak- er believed, Ihc cost ot-llTins would start lo go down .lowly and as a resull, the cost ot lab: or would -decrease Just as slowly- H was the duty 'ot the governuienl, the every see as inoch hbor as risible .was cm- ployc-d.' LOAN TO 1RITA1N BUBN-OS AYRES, XOT- ZS.-Pre5l dent irlgbyen called a specwl season cabinel today lo arrange tho 9 of a loan ot Koldl Britain in order tc other throuGli the -Vo3BC5 mountains K31SIM hercnls In are not lo tafcc the resent lying down." is Iho opinion givci Diillv Milil's .orresponden.l at- fho ll-ruc bv a Dutch citizen WHO .SUCUL tho whole period ol the revolution In Ercnierhaven- and .now l.us rclurnca to Holland. The returned Dutclirosn, esllmatea the uroporli'on ot loyjilists to rovolu- Soldiere An- gry About the Demobiliza, tion Scheme WITH THE 'CANADIAN -CORPS, Noi J. V. B. Lives ITau' Press ed In IransmiBSfonl-Before- which the .Canadians! captured. just before the armistice TvisislBien, g Arthur Currie, Ihe conigander oC the Canadian corps, was tKe clly with a medal-, m gold alrucfln iVi' souvenir ot the Mberiil.on.-rt.lhp Hri- hv the Canadian corps: "Sl' wlfl be -ISSwbuied among Ib, who participated. Men of tbeist adian dlvli'-on were liven ftrpreat i olrd _ onc ,0 fco nnrt ho '6ay5 a number o[ aro ..what mlflit Ho called "Iruo lo, tho kaiser 1 nslSlS men er Ihivn nciorc, ua" .-r Ou Ihe eonirary. ho represents it as very murb iu Rod nioreoTcr conimanded by generals devoted, to ic cause..- ._ Tlio 'correspondent's, did he shape ceptlon npou Iheir enlrr in.lo ot Nerille on-their march to I Leisure has been granted visit Waterloo, and historic In the neighborhood and a c contlngcnl ot Canadian (ended the official .entry o, and Queen of Belgium into The published plans for the ilizatiou ot Ihe-Canadian iiniar bav IllfV ART a like mo execution in California fo purVoajo grain month, va pard.ntd or givtn a new j trial. in led lo our roni'iTs comspondTnt In Vienna, who en seclalop- laiM lo have been r-ven porFuhity for flb.wmllon behind the CTheeScorrespondenf3 mcssaec, which s dated -Nov.- lelU ot the soup Wt che Slabllsbed In Ihe