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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 "________. NCMBlilt 297 HIS THRONE 'HUN RE-CROSSING DELEGATION TO GO TO BERLIN Says Allies Will Go To Berlin to Discuss Terms AMSTERDAM, Nov. of Creatftl Britain, France and the Urtked States will arrive iir" Berlin shortly lo discuss the question of the armistice, the Berlin correspondent of llie Cologne Gazette says lie understands. German Forces Have Crossed Rhine uilTheir-Retreat Be- fore .Allied Armies of cu pa lion, AMEKICAX ARMY OF Nov. von (ler'aCarwttfVSnTarmr will begin cross' Ing fho Rhine tomorrow. Tlio cross ing will require eight or nine days accordJnjj fa reaching The movement la being- carried out bj Ihrco columns, at points sonic dls tanca from each, other. According to Hie Gorman plau, men will quartered dally at ac commodnlions Tar only 'dall> have bceu liropwcii. Congestion a Troves'is reported, resiiUfog lu .unit; f on .loot toward original ilie ally- planned to move troops toward Germany by rail. Copies.of.a'.proclamation liy VieH Usrsbjilf-.. man allied troops Appeared opposite "the" Aiflericon Ur.es. ,Thi v Vletr! no ag! l-Voii-.-Hladealiurfi. urging Ger Id receive troops.- wi'.U '.'resleuatiou 'ail Want Them Dlsmltsed Nov. Socialist Council of Munlcli Ime tclegrapliej .0 Oic executive commfUee of (lid .Socialist Council demanding the dismissal 0} Dr. W. S. Solf, for- ifgu mlnlslcr; Pdlllpf) SL'licJdomanu, iilofslcr oC cDJdales; dud MaOrlas i iwunctd, 'vllj con It Lecn an' uducl uc-gothlious (jrcllminary to -signing u treaty or peace. Thu telegram .aleo invites tlic.Uer- Hii couucll Lo over! brow a go vein. menl which cmitinuos lo suc-Ii persons In important positions. Reclaim His Throne Pay oyd-George NEWCASTLE, England, Nov. the coil of ,the war rto_Uic ,of her capacity. Mf. Jrloyd de- clared In a'speech heft today. The submarine vi rates rnust be punlihed, the' pfcinler added, and, whoever devattated Undt of another counTry cugh't re- sponsible Referring to .the culpability, of the authors o? George go'Vernnfieht tended that 'invettlgati'on to be A' perfect- ly fair, it tp'iti finarreckon- "iriB- "I to, men who'did treat our'pffsonert hurnanefy be jjrcmter added .'that a of verij Germany, Lloyd George would, not bt-allowed to pay her indemnity by" dumping cheap goods in this country, Xov. V consul. :leave Tor home late todiy or'tomcrrow.4 'It was reporttd in San- tiago and oVlMonday nioht Prisoners Nov. itailniilian. nt Undcn, former- ftii- jieriar chnB.cellor i3 favored as tlic, first president of llio Uerm-in repnb- Jic by, Democratic .circles, according to advices to iuo Ti- (knde. Thoxconncii of people's com- niissarlcs has appointed a-'Conimis- aloii (o jjivcstlgalc ehargcii llial Ger- mail "treatment., of p'rjsouors of .war lias Lean contrary to Internal tonal lav. Tho .cormmssfon' Includes 'Carl Trimborq, .fonrier secretary of .llie Interior; Kduard Jlomstein, under- roiqiiiry of fioancc; Prince liGlnrich Dore, privy councUlbr, and -representatives of several ;government' deptvrtmenls. Prof. ot Marbury Uni- Terally, wilt rvcl as chalrmnri. The commission is ordered to take testimony' .under" oalb. and expel guilty pcrioas from the army. In certain cases criminal prosecution may lie Sensational Report of RUpUire is.Ridiculed by Secretiuy: Itaker r s- vrlilch 'reported, strained .velalions, be- tween --y-.- "I have noi read llie siory ftrid can iunkc'iio comment on its contents, P happen, li] be able fronTnfr- sonal- observation to pay that .the' TC- lallons- between Geu. PersliiDg.; Mar- shal Petaiu and., JMarsbal Hulg were-conllal> sympAthctic aad.in every way nappy.- I diil not sec'Mar- slial llalg on my trip to Europe: Imt-1 did see (Jen. Petain and together, times iti prolonged, cphversalion ami-. I MarsAal Koch'and kaoiv their'relations were as I have described ihem.. "flic groat offensive which Marshal FoelroVganizei] and directed was ear- v'v Labor Not, Satisfied Wtih Mere ConmiuJation of Scinfenrc tion of from death to life Imprtonmerit will no affect proposed labor strike, planned by Seattle. Unjcnj, said last.' "Our demand' not for'len- Isiicy, hut Yo'r JuiUcft, fop a new said Bert" Bvuin, secretary of the Melsl "I can not see that plan to strike, if necessary, wl.ll lie altered.'' SAX FnAXClSCo) Nov. Tho Ecnlenco of .Thomas J. Mooncy; tcnvic'le-i o.f murder., in connection with the Uoiuu killed! JO persons here July 22, during n! p'afade, havitis romtutULcd to by' tiov. last night, no further J legal steps can bftViuvoIied in ey's belialf, '.attorneys saiil Mooney, u'lio. is. uu' Iron moulder by trade, will be tesjffted_i7Qia the dealli ccU in San Qncnthi since1 July. 117 this year uml t'lveu employnient'-Jwilh uiber priaou- Many slrfkes planned for Dec, 9 by as a protest against .ilciarey's execution, which'was. set 13. these _now- Trill tin-Heel bill, unable to .Froiu' isrueoi a prolesttnig aEATael i LONDON, Nov. former-German emperor lernplates an early return (o Germany lo reclaim .Ins llirone; according .lo news received in London through a source of high standing, says the Daily Mail. The newspaper adds Chat the ravolu- Agcnls lit these officers, II Is lie- lu Ucrjjiany Is.being by of the (jcrnian Iilgli comuuiul with a vleiv uf Us eollapsi; anJ Uie Irlufifitlianl return of the former cmjicror to licriln, aru furtiivrlng Uolbiiil object o[ emtltior- hiff lJte nuttlll Allies After Him LOXDOX, The actual Home of lljeao ofliceVs. civilian procedure to be (ulloivcil In demand dress, have lieen rccogidzeJ In Die ir -Many of them are repori.cd.Lp be dresseil as workmen. These officers harangue llic orowJn as cotuenAes and Ju'every way encour- age Ihc iiioremcril. U nilded, if opnortunUy offpre, lliey will abandon this disguise, tonlGiitl IheL the revohillon is a fail- uro uml-ljcgin a eounlcr-rcvolulioii. iliu surrender or ibc Cei-nian cm- j peror to the iui Le in Loiulon, (accortliiig'-'Ta 'ThO" Clenicitoeau of Frcnce will arrive berc Suuday whli j Thu Drlttsh and Frcncli govern merit 5, Ihe newspaper adds, liav? reached a dccfi-ioh re- iheir rlghL lo inaKc (he Ue- numO on llolla'nil. 1 NO LlKEUHOpton NEW YORK, PNow; Castro erJtl, ucerted, here 'Ibnighl.-that recent. a sett difference! be-- t wet PI Chile and. Perui wu correct, the timt Se.madV H. 'He later devalopmenti had caused an-' gther threatfrnmg; rupture.- Ssnor. a rupture ot between the; countries pouihle, but declared .there ,wai no .likeli- liood of war. AUSTRIAN LOSSES'- TOTAL; FOUR-mi ried br 3Iarsli.il 3Iaig, (Sen. retain aud Gen. Pershiog, They 'not only performed lli'eir several parts with en-' but cooperated >viih one another at nil pplnU oi contact. Arh.-' c'ricnn- troops nV the cnil, worp-iioL only, fightlug hi llicir own sector, also -operaline divisions, willi the French under "GCn. Pelaiu tlie British under Marshal Halg, while, American sector, propcvir -so called, French-divisions were under General Pershing's commanit." LONDON, Nov. Hungary loit kllle0 and wounded durlnf the war, accord- ing to an ExehAnve dispatch Eight hundred thoutan'd Vnen' were Killed, including 'officers. Caught on the Fly .QUITE'A HUSH for fiivlnra Klftmps which1 ire be- 'fjg -pill saio next wsek." Is nothing finer for a'Christmas gUt for sa -child., Jl voold leach' thrift amotJS the young give a fine their nickels Jn A way that Till'.bring thtm" a-re" turn. Introducing Ihetn jusl before us Lhe toTDrnmenl Is do- In Is a opportunity i0 popu- lirtie Sar- tent. _ "IT 13 VtRY I.MPORTANT lo keep up Hed G-033 activities. All vrork 13'nepdeil. The .of nu armlallee rloti jiol' mean that all liie F.oMiers -come -howe .imiueoiatc- ly, tnd that sickness andv accidents will noL- prcsldem of the local Bed Cross. "WESLBV CHURCH freally appre- ciates tue secerosfly oT Knox church In allowing us the ecllra use for all bur purposes, of one service. Th'e Vplrit of al! the olher cnnrclies to- nrds us has been most kind. Vi'e. will worship' in oflr owri church n week from B. WANTS INOEMNITIEiJ1 XlMA, cabi- net and aenate have .approved the action of rrijulater in protfatlnj Chile against Ih-'.nhfl-PeruVjan rletj at Iqulque. that Peru will IndVtnrilUes for Inciden The entente mln- at Mparalely .on tht foreign rni.nirter, yesterday. BADEN WANTS TO TOO LONDON, :.ljiy. Lib- era! party hai loued a 'pnefamatien a com- pMe with Srrtin; Kconl- ing to an dlfltatch from Crimfr, tM KJA tht prrvit, o7T i Ger- rnin cwifki1 him'way Aut- trla, a Berlin palch ta Tidemfe. The wuritr'i dvcvmenti. vnrc WEAtHEK High Low......... ture. 41 .....15 tempera In Re-Organization of Alsace- Difficulty Anticipated I'AUIS, Nay. the. reargdni- 7.11Ion of Ihc recovered provinces, there wilt, be difficuUy in carrying out Hi a necessary elimination of the f-levieuls arc said to "saiii llic new mayor of lo a ot lhc: JOUT- "I do mean the workine VopulaUon which will cliictly come (o but refer nioro particularly io men holdms public p.trices or o'ccu- Pfing fmnortnnt comnicrrfnl posi- tions. "We hope Ihc peace o "conference II lake, Ihl? into consiileratlbn. ivill tako all necessary-'slepa, lo be sure Mifct it does. It Is necessary thai .Ihera" he strict inquiry before iiatnmlizallon 13 GETS. FRtTNCH DECORATION GUATEMALA. Nov. F.atranda Cabrera leday .'re- ceived ihfi riecoTaltan-at a ofll- ccr ot the Legion'of Honor nVarUtd hltti iu'.Seprcitibcr-by'tlic Frcnoii gov- crD-Dient, Cabrera immetl- iiilely declared a legal inorrow. Senor Cabrera Ins been lircsldent of liavine been proclaimed c-ltlflf execli- HTP of Ihn republic aftdr the of Prc-sldiTii Uhrrlos Hun Admiral" NVanls (o Keep I'lag fl No J-ONDO.V. Nov.. yon ''oniinaridcr or iho Genuail fleet .wlu'eli surrendered lo the allies on November HI, lias, protested Could Have render But Preferred tc Save Life by Signing An Armistice. Hon. Hofal.1 Rogers Gives His ,N Views At j TORONTO, Olll.i Nov.- lion. Robert foruiei- ninifilev. of in slin.Uordeii govern. muni, wus given :i Ijsmjuet' in the King Kdward Holel licrr. (onlght, ffas Continue Efforts- laboi'- leail- crs.toVcoutinue Hielr effOrtG in '.'Ortli'e five persons imlicled er- 'custom io. ovder, striking-of -tlie prnverl to Le llic first slop'in plosiqii, 'only vtn-a have hecfl.conyicleJ oh' Germau aliips; torallon Coiisersrativd partyAby and'Warren K. my t lie order to strike .tlic a parlv of flas with Ihc Idea crnmentT Tho organizers ofltlie; bnif- j l.iHc "I 're3tecin il nnjustlfi- Lleiit.1. Ciol. Ji'-'A. .fjiir-' for coutrary Lo interaatronol for. Xorlh Slnltoe, OcnU- it, .BilHngs was F.enlenceil to lirc-jmprisonmenL; .Mi's, Rela .Herman w w'fe of Tl.oiiias and laberg, a drir- acquUleU'nnd l Nolan, never has been, brought jo imi. tlie Jlooiiey trial greft' ciiar- oiailc- LONOOiy, Nov. (British wireless service) The Brilfth war correspondent of British -wireless tirvicc at 'headquarters hi France that when the Ger- man delegates came to see -Mar- sha) Foch with regard to the armiitice, the marshal, as well as the British high command. Knew perfectly that a few days more "the marshal placed It at 10 days al the would. have .seen the surrender oT the entire into the hapdc .of the allies and th: culmination, of the areaieat victory. of all ages. "The says the pendent, "renourtced ,lhat 7. great victory, deiibtralely and wrth- his eyeE open, besa.uie miiif tht peiice on- termi of j, osceyl" they wcrii Toronio Conser- ves, with r.icui.-Cpl. 'Uoy'd geiidl Irregularities on of. Dliitict -ALlofliey Charles M.'rickertJ v. of lunurablalquet i that they Adluirhl. calling 'attention j 16 the-facl.that ilip armislicc merely Us Ihc Chairman ot't'iio "Committee" lios.tiiitics. and that n. mailer iu band. Colonel1 _ of var, still -exists between Geimany was referred lo in ,1 ant) the, jias rcplleU: cond uclcil Hie prbsGculions. rt. vefsel-'c It uauoriaj ihe circumstances no enemy efsel-'caii be perrnfltcd lo cnsisn., in tmcst. Col-, onel Cvirrle reVpo'Jsibie- for -.flic' I I wo personal .'appeals f 01: -while cusioily." clemcTfey President AVJllson lo Stephens laboriag1 "men in Juapy'jpaTti "oi Oic intcreEletJ themaelvcj in the .A report tbiiclillig-'-oii' of" tho prosccu-j tlo'ii was maJc last lo.Secrelary ..William U. by John HlirePtor-'gpuferal of .thn fcaerat-tniployincnt bureau. A graiul jury IS investigating llie-charges statement liorts j ide prorinco at.ihe ..-.-_- _4 wore a One Senator, 1 i Hon. Oco.- Bradbury, o' Selkirk." 5lab.; [seven members of tlic House.ot Coni- mcuis. ona es :Mout.-fJoh-. Cafricfc oi Port Arthur; three mem- Story ..Consider AVUK-. dniwing the Blockade LONDON', tlie in the Should Have Meant Revolt Nov. "i'ork Socialists at a mc'etiQg an- as Thanksgiving fp? tlie set- ting Up a republic in.Germany and Austria received the 'coiuiimiaiion-bv Says He is" Eagei1 for Jion Whicjhi' AVill Clear :Hint Nov. ;-.Timei which tli'e Ger Josie M. L.-A, from Nova Kcolia; Frank HUiificId of Trnro, ivere present. _aml of Jliesc something lo jlbo gennral of Mr. IJogcra In .brief speeches. On iLiyquestion of a Canadian n'at- jional policy, Rogers sard :--L'I.will -be' toltl a iirogressivc-Canadian iiaL- Uctli-hoiial policy is just _________eg..Gernian imperial chan-jfcy. This Is no time for Miicrirufiits; ouibroak bribe war, arc face to-face with, vaatjalter- 01 the Ontario legislature, aucl J to have r T that the v: llirowu in Ihc air and (he Cierber, hiaOo Ihe .an- nouncement, declared haug- cagc-r. for into his ihc-wnr proolems abnormal. sta" llie conflicl, at'-i A progressive policy will he tas, made ad.mt ,m ot any -one would I auseJ "tho lo (iaietlc'o'f Her-; class lin, as .quote4. by'tbe Central Xew4 oiresooiirtcut, at'.Copenfiagen. The former cliUnccllor, In his slate- jartTauligo or section by class enoueb (j'safesnarj with lo to tho Slnles" t and i I tlnns .resariling.llio war's orlsiu and iliisln [irotcsis aplinst llic imliliralion ol tcrcsla oLoiir country. J extracts from docunieiitj There should be no ot milled fee alily will couslder ihc'aboUtioif of itu' ii absolutely' The allies hare noL.tnc sHghtcst .in- tenUon, says Uie of.Uifow1-- aside their, chief Weapon for In- suring, llie. tu'Liire.pI a_ tie piirforinancc oi Its par-' Germuu'y. lj- in tlie preseul rtnotic slVte ol' Aflej' avor t quoting- eyidpiicc in to rcfme'.Dr. Soil's dccl de that Germany is starring1, neVapap-" er'aaya tliat Gerruan statements-; on careful exiSiinLi- .-the' truth is allies and. the United. States: will' al- lav; Hie (lermana from lime clurlns Ui 8 peaco nesotlalions i'aucli fooj supplies aa humanUy. dictates.' 'Iiut thp'blochade remain in force- until a tie finite h.is been- rat jfietl.; ?BASEL, Nov. hundred and' fifty which had bten" at th- Boeblingcn airdrome, -11 of to be hartdcd over lo the allies, in accordance with the provisions of the armlttice, have been rendered by order of the .'revolutionary committee, AC- ccrdlne to i Stuttfirt dltpatch received here. must In Jiarc a select- loiisly airail Hi; the day when ins case x may bo by.dn imparlial govern- j As a wealwn R adniil onr lie Al.ls, i prosswl.hu national pride in tour "but