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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald NOVRJBEK I W vMK n IU I II I HIV IIV Expect Peace Not Be Si Treaty Will Till April JLi BrttaHnsjDead Bavaria Breaks Relations With The Berlin Opinion of Frenchman That Allies Have the Right to Demand Extradition of Former Hoh enwllern can be In the opinion of Professor Barthel of the Paris law who explains that his guiding principle IB that when there is an conflict between Uw monSense the eolutlon Is always found by following the The theory thst a political crime is any crime ly by political the profes sor lonfl has He notes that Belfllww classed regleJdes among com inen Uw criminals Crimes such the of President a meeting preliminary to the sit ting of the delegates to the peace It com mittees will be appointed to study different phssss of the problems which will be Involved and sent reports to the conference whose deliberations by this be of a more deflnlta char It IB be will last for three months and it is not expected that a treaty will be signed before David Lloyd British will arrive in Paris at the same time as President Wil BRITISH STAFF Brit government will hive a staff of 400 persons in Paris for the peace Assistant Sec retary Towle of the food ministry informed the correspondents to Says There Will Be No Delay I the for peace Confer ence the Daily Kxpress says the suK that the conference would be three months before the Blruetlon would the will hurry forward to o o of Italy were liwpired by itical he points out aim yot the authors of them were LUCKY SHE TM atrocities ordered Emperor the professor are condemned1 even In f state of war by International law and eonatitutt To maintain that they re net beoaute the whloh they were committed was he an Man Named Rathbone Struck By Found on Body Special to tho Herald afternoon a the mine train was coming to Fenii nn t Hio UWK of independence which go beyond tho terms as between the central and associated UNlVERSAlTsilFFRAGE IN HUNGARY NOW Via new suffrage law which willbe submitted to the national assembly by the Hun garian government gives the bal lot to all men 21 years of a women who are providing they have been Hungarian sub jects for six years and knowhow to read and All electors 24 vearY old will be eligible to elec tion to the national without distinction of through varloiW It WM stated that the BHtlsh but this number not take into con sideration Who were report ed misslna actually lost their lives but of iptom there is nor did account for men who the front from sick The Austrian Leaders To Be Punished LONDON has broken relations with the Berlin according to a Munich message trans mitted by the Central News correspondent at BHWIV Xov German for make the more ready B dispatch SlateB tliat the messare been by hi iicrtho Havarian to the Ber lin statlnK that the Havarian foreign office its relations owing to tho efforts of Bei lin to deceive I lie people by withhold ing Ihe truth Sliraff SMP publication by mo nent of the documents dealing with me war says aim Bovarinn Representatives ot on Hi eestion of Premier Clmnenreau of recommended the mibllca on of the papers on the Hut h confession Germany s guilt would WIDE BOTOdcd lor The and one set of the the Sacked Jewiah Quarter in Lem Victims Nwnber Thousands UVdlV went over the and rru3hing It from the walirt From a registration card found on thfbody by Constable Harry hia name is believed to be tranu The on the 23rd ot this punched out be Sullivan and was also nwwi IM Nov charge that tho roS ittJr captnrtng tho Oallclan aaclted the Jew ish where the num ered sovexal thousand is made by the Laniberg the Berlin by the Tho among soldiers and civilians numbered one thonsand or One seSlon of the inner city Dletely The post office is I heap of smouldering ruins Immediately upon entering the in the of despair had Teapmi from burning his He was dressed in com working wore Waclc braid cowhide Arctic overshoes and had on a truss belt He seeme to have been a ma o about forty years of age with ligh colored hair and mustache considoi ably ferayed with The body wa brought to town and an Inquest wil be Lucky Strike Man nearcli of the clothing of tho man Flank Wiledthis afternoon brought to light another nota in the handwriting a woman requesting that U anyfliing should happen to the notice ahouldl be aent H Sturtevant at Lucky Strike Al berta It appears that Sturte vant is the mother or the man whose death was reported to the Herald noon after the pwiralnn states whatever their form must pay the bill Germany as a whole must be responsible for the eon sequences of the says the Westminster In discuss IX the situation that ha6 develop ed9 in The newspaper admits that the allies may find hdat the legal entity of Germany has undergone a and that like it may burst into fragments before negot iations are Vienna government intends to bring to trial all persons esponsible for the in cluding Count Austto Hungarian foreign minister whltt war broke and Count foreign minister at a later ac cording to art Exchange Tele graph dispaith from Copfn hagen Former Emperor Charlesr the duke and a also to be according to these j Germans Continue Appeals to Allies for Clemency m Carrying Out Armistice New Appeal an elec tion the British Ua bor party warns the coalition gov ernment against opposing the new European democracies and de mands the Immediate withdrawal of allied forces from free the nationalization of arma ments and electric Thc party also demands that taxes fee levied on capita and that there be complete abolition of con civlVan prlonerB arriving hero say that Transfer to Destroyer Made Without the Loss of a Man That 800 troops were safely transferred from the transportHenderson to a destroyer in thy submarine zone din ing the night lot July when which hud been burning for several days in tho steamers the safety of the was made known last night in a communicaturn from Secretary Daniels to knbign Bradford Klllson of this one ot tho officers who preserved order dur ing the When the order for the transfer was civen the men stood at attentlfa on tho Sock of the Owing to fiio iHnepr from uie LI phno Solfs New Appeal Vn q SoH e Oennan foreign has addressed the following note to the allied powers i According to an additional note t to tho armistice convention by France and nroij and encroaches on Carvell Says Should Undertake Public Works Soon as Possible demonstration of per sons took place in Hyde Park to day under the auspices of the Bri tish Empire A resolution was passed Indignation of German brutalities against British especial ly after the armistice and favoring an economic boycott of the Ger mans for their foul OTfEDNOW Canadian Press Dispatch from neuters correspondent who visited rvt11 t where submarines are states that the avenue is over a mile lone The submarines are towed to eSfer side in batches of threes and fouM Officers when asked the where uui gaia thelr lag iilllageSrape and 4he Polish authorities are attempt Ine to blame uniformed bandits for th although is common v known that the are not only Supplied with armband munH SSt that thoy threatened the inthe event Lemberg wus cap AQUITAW ARRJVES Cunard liner Aqultanla reached here today with returned Canadian soldiers on FAVOR LEAGUE NATIONS rijrBbthi cham bers of the Spanish parliament have approved In principle proposition for the formation of a league of nations and will name a Spanish representative In that The will eoon introduce a bill repat riating Spanish subjects who have fought under allied visited sub marine of the Deutschland type and aw a blood stained catonlnetails which a British sailor had found under tho captains RATIFY PROHIBITION The amendment was ratlnou yesterday b ot the state legislature The senate passed the measure by vote ol a5 to 2 and tho house bl to 1 Caught 6n the Fly THE NEW RECONSTRUCTION has an immense amount ol iMcwSirassMB Sur In the United States Peaco 5th after IB months of iave the day much added sign it i The daclaration of President Sa fedenl federal Canadian from of representatives has the Mil imposing 30 doing a great deal 01 t who are to The sentlmenUl s not enter into their but practical idea must always be kept When tho boys come back one of the first thinethey want Is a so that they can tit themselves in to thoir own niche in private life once more What we do is to provide tho WHVTS THE of talking about a library bulWIrg until we gft get the llbr ry and then go after the Pilu c lial Davidson of Central KING IN who Arrived today at the French port 01 on route to drovu to British general fur tlie night and is exnected to VOTE TO STRIKE o well as u ThankBglvlnB meeting of the Detroit Fedcrationl of Labor last night delegate resentino approximately union workeri unanimously voted for general strike on December 9 unless Thomas fac inn execution in California next ID pardoned or fliven a new Carvell minister of pufblic was the guest of honor at the given yesterday by the Canadian build Vg and construction in con at the Chateau Jii regard to the housing Mr Carvell would not lay down any definite speaking from a gov ernmental point of The public works department iii the been Putting on the I brakes as hard as as the later did not believe his duty to spend but to save it for the purpose of The speaker stated that Wherever the money could be spent on works in Canada that the government was fully justi fied in authorizing this It would surprise you If I were to tell you the amount that Is being spent by the government iu said the In Ottawa we have to give the landlords a year In every city the rentals amount to more than the interest and deprecia tion would be ou buildings owned b tho Mr Carvell stated that his sole in ttrest in advocating the construction of building would be to supply work for tlie Taking up the matter of he stated that since he had assumed of only two contracts had been awarded by tender to the low est bidder He stated that he would like the work to be but that thoSe working on government contracts persisted in getting into t easy comfortable government ho might consider the distri butionof Coet Living Will Decrease Commencing next the speak er the cost of living would start to It woulld go down Blowly and as a the cost of lab or would decrease just aa U was the duty the the employersof every iudivldualto see that us much lubor as possible waa em Rob ert former minister in the Borden who s here to attend a banquet in his honor spent the mormn ceivina a long list of most of them prominent It is authoritativelystated that at the gathering will make an announcement and outline a program of eonsia erablo importance in the life the It seems mput may have been made y territories to The protest Of tha members ot commission hasnot been ended to deprive Germany ot these armistice commission ias again presented argument sui nnrtinK a delay in the evacuation OT Perritoriea west of the claim fg that the economic situation their supports Germanys Gels who was recently appointed un dersecretary ot public works and says in an that special attention being given by his department to the vork of reaching an understanding with tho American government rela Weto the immense amount of work done in France by the American army M ueis says that extensive plans are being formed for sive by which the French thQ war will be commensurate with those exerted by the nation dur ing tho Projects before var ous committees include reorganiza tion and extension of steam shins and canal roads and electric power plants and the elaborate ot works at docks and ports Studies aro being made of a plan for a great international railway route from Bordeaux to he There is also u committee studying the project of constructing a tunnel under English Channel and an other through tho Vosgcs j They Wont Take Defeat Lying The Last of Him VIENNA ffiPBIillE FORLWF LOAN TO BRITAIN BUENOS dent irigoyen called a special seas on ot the cabinet today arrange tho details of a loan of gold to Great Britain and France iu order t uermlt them to purchase grain 4 population LVionTa is reported in a inrtition from lack aiAumiub a message to the Daily Express rom Hscorrespondent In who imHto have been civeu special op rtunlty for uehiud the which is dated Nov tolls of tho soup kU chen ostablished in the of kitchens is feeding dally women and who have to stand in line for hours awaiting ad 1 would KveU inlstflko to suppose that the fcaiser is done he has many bv M Dutch citizen who spent tlie whole period of tho revolution in Bremerhaven and now has lo The rotumed Dutch man estimates tlu proportion of to revolu tionists HS one to two and ho aajb a C number of soldiers are what might rilleii true to tho 11 mus not be he insists that although small1 has ceased to Ou tlie hu represents it as very much in existence and commanded by generals devoted to ho Tho correspondents informant did doubt that iuthe shape of a counterrevolution would be at before He said the red flag IH still freely displayed iu Bremer but lie heard that it had almost disappeared in the Uhine FIGHT Great gry About the Demobiliza tion Scheme f WITH THE CANADIAN NOT Can adiln Press ed in leaving which the Canadians capturea just before the armiBtlce was Sir Arthur the eoramander ot the Canadian was presentedby the city with a medal in gold Bpeolai ly struck in his honor Inscribed ai a souvenir of the liberation of the city by the Canadian Replicas will be distributed among the troops who Men of the lit Can adian division were given a great ception upon their entry into the city of Neville on their march to Leisure has been granted the nien to visit Waterloo and historic battlefields iu the neighborhood and a considerable contingent of Canadian officersi at tended the official enty of the King and Queen of Belgium into The published plans for the demob ilization of the Canadian army havo been received without enthusiasmi as the men hoped and believed khatOiejr would Have an opportunity oE return ing to their base as members or fighting units with which they havo so lone been Inslead ot one western lev put we are to npt soldiers at but as a mob o farm era or takers or whichi country apparently wants to get rW of as quickly as I and tBOU sands like me wanted to i our home town with our flag waving and the band the fighting battalion that ou every field from Ypaes to where the Cajwdiau aims beew men are several wounded and seven Detroit men are under arrest followlna a OM fidht here laat night between rail road police and 16 or more whit key runners from a dry HUNGARIAN minister of the interior the Hungarian Bas His withdrawal from the mlnistryi n is was the result conlllctt with the i ;