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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CGOOTABLE (Treat Prisoners Better or Will Resume Fighting es that everything Is being done by Germany lo auure the orderly transport of returning and that such transport has already been tffecTedV a, considerable extent. '-New German Democratic Parly Asks NVilson to-Sur> -port Its Claims and Its] Platform. Nov. alms of the new German parly, the' appeal ot which tor corn- Pan-Gerniitn Activities at Home and Abroad Did Great Harm Taken to Task nom ta 1, d f "V" po llio middle classes aud keep thll by our defi donees of na them falling Inlo character and by the signs ol Tho party will, behavior wo have co r ally, oppose Doleheylam with a11 Imlcd to (he war-liko tension means, al its comniaiid. In otliw tlie air Iqr llie iMl I" we aim to win and hcM the- ords which b taVei. as nr inlil'dle... classes ior democracy. Today's .casualties Tviretl from'Otlawil report S. Hrovrn. of Manyberrlcs, died wounds; F. W. 1'orcsler, Vul- Sled; Cant. D. W. Davis. prisoner o[ war, repatriated; S. L. Aubot, Bur- ill. -I1 In these services. Will'Drive Through Bestows on Him Order of Merit Herr explained that', In Keep- Inc with the oarty's nlniE, all'former hicmbers oi the progressive or other in'rllcB wlo have hcou active in mill- iarisllc Vml nalloualislic agitations, M Dr. GuiUvc Stressnnn. Liberal member at tne Vclchslar, have actively advocated -Jhe" submarine campaign, have heei wlatl'y informed that.'while they can -.of. be collided from the.iiarty _ i Ihey dcslfY theless, ue -rigorously c-icludcd-Irom jny participation In ils leadership. Colossal Membership "The iiarlv'a.mombersnlp Is alread .said WoKt, Jhousamls ot accessions arc coming i JsMy -Virtually lue wholo progre iivo 'pariy Cow ol the cslreme righl.'vrlll joi and mnny prominent democrats, wl formerly stood BO far to tho loil.lh 'llKSy.vrarn kept pill of party coundl These inciudo men like Hugo ProUE Germany's loremuni. .aiSorMj oa cp ililntional law, who is now drattrne a constitution tor submission to He national assembly, Professor Schu- ecfclng, of Marten: University; Pro- lessor Gerlacu, Deputy Flschicck and Professor Max Webor'. -The left wing ot the National; is" also furnishing says Herr Wolfi. These men Jnclude Prince Schoonach Carolath, Dr. M. J Juutk. Dr._WltUne..president of the Rational Bank o: Berlin, and others Strong Party The'National-Liberals who opposed the reform ot the Prussian franchise or favored tho submarine- campaign or anneiatlonlst will be..cs- clnded trom leadership. Herr Wolft declared'that his party was by tar oroad uuuc. v- arm- but. policy rpuglit the most .latal.opposition. The answer lo Von Detbmann- Mlwes'a generahwologles may be ound in Iho Berlin TagoMnU. which, Ilia tormer .vlianceilor lo an-German broad have done __ lonie and the greatest LONDON, Nov. Premier Clemcnccaii ami Marshal .Foch ol France anil Premier Orlanda ;-and Foreign Mlnistnr Honnino Ilaly rrive in London nest week to at. nil a meeting of allied leaders pre- minary to the peace conference, ception ot .Uic.'. TOBSCription of weatl Stales delegates' iu abdication has already, ar- to a Berlin di'spatch' to the Abende- bladl. Renounces Them AMSTERDAM; Nov. 29.-WII- liam Hohenzollern has definitely renounced all future rights to the. crowns of Prussia, and Germany and has released all ollicials'and officers from their oalh of fldel-. ify'according to the text of a .decree" signed by the .former "erri- peror, whicli.was received here in a telegram from Berlin: Von HinUe Got It WASHINGTON, Nov. department, advices from The Hague today reported thai Ad- miral von Hintie, formenhead of the German navy, was in Holland to obtain from the former kaiser a formal-proclamation ol abdica. tlon. RENOUNCES FOR ALL TIMB BERLIN, Nov. Basel) text of the former German emperor's act of "renunciation, which was issued by the new Ger- man government, in order lo reply to certain misunderstandings which have arisen wilh rtgr.rd to the abdication, follows: "By the present document' I re-, nounce forever my rights to the crown of Prussia and the rights to the German Imperial .crown. I release at the same iim'e'alMrie officials of the ernpire. and Prussia and all? non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Rii'ssiari'nayy and army and "of conllngenls-from con- ..federate slates'-troW; the- cal.h of fid'etity they- "As their king-; ana. .supreme chief, them new organization--, of--the.' German empire exists ijhat-they will ai'd'lhos2 who effectively hold the In Germany .to .protect ths German people "ngainst 'Iho menacing dangers of anarchy, famine and foreign domination.- "Made and executed and signed by our' hand, wilh Ihe imperial seal at Ameror.gen, No.v. .23. (Signed) "WILLIAM.1! Hope to Resume Throne AMERONGEN, Holland. Nov. i. .uBilerslooil here that William Hohenzallern. has been awaiting tho arrival ot his v.-lte-before going else- wt-crc Germans in" his suite believe lie will return to and are optimistic enough to think ha will resume throne Sir Frcclevick E. SmitK Kaiser Is Held to be Res- ponsible for Crimes of Wai.' Germany to be Punished. LONDON, Nov. Press dispatch from If returned tc power it will be tho coalition government's policy to insist upon the personal account- ability of the kaiser for the crimes for which'he personally was Frederick E. Smith, British aiiorncy-gen-, eral, stated In an election speech at Winbourne. Sir Frederick said-the govern, ment was determined .that. ,Iho kaiser should be given an oppor- tunity to aniwer., the charges which had been preferred against him respecting- the submarine murders and outrages- on pr.lsoji. ers, and the government was equally determined'to-make-Iho criminals, pay the penalty. It would make no distinction between the occupies o7 high office and'those in humble plages, It was also'the Interrtion of the'coalition government to pun- jsh -Germany, which' had broken every law, human and divine, said Sir Frederick. The'attorney-general said.that In regard to 'the Interned- Ger- it was the governments .Intention to' send Ihem 1 Germany. i HOLD HIM NEWCASTLE, NoV. a speech lhis; evening George, dealing of the responsibility' for 'the in- 'vaiion of the Brltj- Ish goverrment hit some or-'the greatest jurirt..of. the and.that they had unanimously...and definitely rived -at .the. Conclusion that, .m-- i i_JLT--i 4-Ua fnrmr-.r. eiTl- their judgment, the peror was guilty of an Indictable' offence for which hi ought to bo 'sheld.'.responilb'le'..' i. Troops He Reviewed ill Mons ra.u upu.. in Oclober'to feed ceran ]iarla 61 the counlrj-, but they I have Deen restored to their former condition Crom the Ust harvest. Smco October they liavo not been loucled. There shonlrt be no famine In Cer-, as mines and will Demand thnt sl jho (orlnai enlry of of Belgium into Mons, ond1..... the f Ms. Tlle ind -througed gave an en- thnalaElic welcome to their liero moriarcli. As a sign of tho limes, it was no- Uceablc- that the' Socialist organ, joined In tho official demonstration. The Canadian troops figured prom Istaiiss bo ditlded' up tor soltloinsnt on tho return ot tho soldiers. It hnltls however, that private property chall not bo to.ichod without proper compensation. .CaugfrtQri me Fly WINNIPEG, Nov, changes in existing tariff laws, extension of the British prefer- e'nce, proclamation of the reci- procity pact o( 1911, and fhe plac- ing'of food, fuel, agricultural Im- and mony other neces- saries of .life upon the free list are the policies of paramount in- terett 'Stated by the Canadian Council of Agriculture In its 'economic platform nude public today. All the policies advocated in the past, together with several new ones ol equal strength, neces- sitated by changing conditions, are included. Will Bs- Formed nt the LONDON, Nov. correspondent at The W Dally'Mailv.isitrfWi royal palace- at Berlin recently, he found the aged servants there, bursting with indignatlorr over the fact that Dr.. Liehknechl, thr, Radical Socialist, had slept m former' emperor's bed. The cor- respondent quotes the lervants as j Liebknecht alepl for two-nights In 'the kaiser'. Getting Back Thronc-Rc- il s- orme n Labor Conference Pending 1 Union of Kaiser and Kaisenn in Paris j n'resJeit of tl-c federation; 'William hi, haa become -pubhe. IhoUr, nFKAISERISM ited Workers; John H. Alpine. president of- the plumbers; hllow hls-namo lo go heforo the clcc-- tors'aa a racnrter ol Ihoptibllc school we will Iry to get B B, Hort, Ws' Esslstanl. Mr. Koyt Is a good Business 'man, and would mafco a strong H--H. HV ids'on. all else, and wedded to eftl- was quiet to recognize It In the men who captured in me closing hours ol the His Majesty complimented the Canadian corps commander on tlie ot the men anil paid an Irlbiilo to-the romart-able nllractlon of a circus, and thus raise moBBf to P-iy tho nation s war for lhc ol Berlin. r o oMnaklus i o at lhc e it A CITIZEN who doesn't want haVe'piaycd menlloncd suggealed this morn- war, In Ihe fcglhal tho Ot ils closing PBISONER3 PASS --THROUGH METZ PARIS, thous- and silled toldlert who have been of wr'in Germany are pouring through Metz and an eq- .ual number pawing through Verdun, according lo V. M. C. A. headquarter! here. A Urge number of American omcen will enter Swltierl.and, ac- cording to Ihe Y. M. C. A. These men are now being cenctntraled at Villengen, Germany, for trans- fer ever the Swiss frontier. IT TOKIO Nov. H 13 understood hore thai Japan has decided to abol- Japanese civil admlnlstnalon ot tho Shung Tung peninsula, set up there Mlcr tho area was laUn frorn the Germans. The Chinese have oh Iho tonlinuance ot Inls ail For Europe Immediately Following Ident Wilson will address session of congress Monday after- no'on Instead of following the us- ual custom of delivering the ad- dress on the second day ol the amKhoiise leaders wore islccl today to arrange for a join cssion at o'clock so as to hasten lie president's departure for.turop o attend the Dcace conference. o aucnu inu has been mat no would E3 from New York the day atlcr. th address was delivered. The president's appearance bctor congress is awaited with intense in teresl Besides discussing Ihe gre. problem ahead o( lhc country m addling rrorr.- a war to a pescc basis, lie is expectedI lo tell ccmtrcss and lhc counlry 56rtethlng ot hh plans for the peace to which he goes in person as Uie head ot the rofrtscnlalltr.3 I'nitcd Stalco. AHKIVRL OF KAISERISM MAARSDOIIGBX, Holland.. 28. tllo raw, mlstv weather of a Ko- WASHINGT'ON, NOV. M.-Beer and other mslt; bevcragei will c'aso to be brewed at midnight ihraughoul Ihe United Stales. The special presidential proclamation prohibiting brewing as a war con- servation measure decided today lo make'no recommendation lo President Wilson on that the proclamation should he rescinded in view of the armistice. SURRENDER RAILWAY CARS- PARIS, Nov. The f'lrtt of the railway -cars which Germany muit.deliver -to the allies under the. termsi of tL armistice .arrived the frontier and were nrVsidcnt of- the plumbers; James tho raw. mlstv weather o a Duncan president ot the International TcnAor morning, Frau. ic- o ?0ranltc Cullers; Frank loria. wife ol the 011- Assauauuu ___ here today from I'Ols- L 01 Vjraonc [or.u. iiiii; u' ot the arrived here today from I ols- ea Drotherhobd ol Carpenters anil, dam lo join InistamlIn in Arooronxcn ensile. Maaraoorgcn ia Kranic Morrison, secrclary ot the fed-; ,hc slp.libn before Maarn. wliero -itlnn siiil Ihe purpose of the Inter- ihnl Hohc.uollern arrived ..sWeen llonal crcnce is "lo consider ngo. she n.ul on a brave- al- 'hy military authorilic: ing to The Matin. acoprd- DAILY TRAINS START MONDAY 'The daily afternoon train ser- vite resumes on Monday. This Cleans that the service ai it ex- iiled prior to the Influenza epl- demic is revived on all branch Althousn wr- Morrison declined rurtiil .trials. Also sh discus the roaller, it on cncountonog trie raw that Ibc conference proposes lo make outside her car. H formation and views available lo; The baggie oi me tarnicr he ncTce delegates, who may. if they pras., enough lo wt-rcnt the ee n? cVnsult unolncially with Iho [ion of a prolonged slay cons --i or wilh individual dclegat- j number of wicker taskcls and josin? It on matters In which boxes, probably containing concerned. toria at ilaaricorgcn. thi neit train lo stop was crowded wilh Scottisl .soldiers fic'r v-my home from cap tivily in [tiN XOT. ?VI1J sot. will be made an honorary cliuqn or all Iho lownshlps in the Pl.Jmon. iirorlnces ot northern IIMy- Clauses of tho respectlTO resolutions granl- Ing Him freedom of the towns will lit- handed lo tho president al-r ceremony when ho passes Turin on his way to The itinerary of President son's trip lo Home, Ihe'primary ph- ccto which is lo Iho peace congress In Paris, Ups not vet beeu ofticially announced. A' SEIZE WIRELESS BERLIN, Nov. of Independent SocUl Dsr.iocrals, closely Identified with Spar- tacus element of Dr. Llebknechl, has telzcd control of all wirelsss stations In Germany and is now transmitting propaganda and other news, the Berlin Ta0cblaU it is informed. WEATHER NEW ROCHELLB. X. Y.. N'ov. Mrs. Beth Ifalrbanks won a decree divorce from Douglas Falroarts, DOT. in! picture actor, in the court here. Shs was awarded tho cuslodv oi their, son, Douglas >alr- rears olu. ord ot the lestlmony in Iho re- fers to tbn correspondent as cm an- High Lov; 1 and r0 Daniel J- Sully, cotton Talrlanks were mimed in ;