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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald WILL HOL COUNTABLE PRISONERS NOT BETTER TREATED Treat Prisoners Better or Will Resume Fighting New German Democratic Party Asks Wilson to Sup port Its Claims and It effected to a considerable FOR HIS BE11LL1G aims ot the new German Democrat the appeal of which for com prehension and support has been sent to President were out lined the correspondent by Theo dore editorinchief of The Berlin it was on Herr Wolffs initiative that tho party was Ho said Our party has been formed to sup niort the to further demo cratic reforms on a socialisticeco nomic and to furnish a rallying point for the middle classes and Ueep them from falling into the power of Tho party natur ally oppose Bolshevism with all means at its In other we aim to win and hold the classes for Herr Wolff explained in keep Ing with the partys all former members of the progressive or other parties who have been active in mili taristic and nationalistic Jilce Gustavo National Liberal member o the have actively advocated 4he submarine have been flatly Informed while they can iiotbe excluded from the If desire to they be rigorously excluded Any participation its Colossal Membership The partys membership is already eaid tend ihousamls of accessions are coming in Virtually the whole progres sive party excepting Will ini PanGerman Activities at Home and Abroad Did Great Harm Taken to Task sh Wire less reports of the statement published by von the former im perial In the North German Gazette show a Uiough he attempted argu ments in excuse for his share in German guilt for the be makes the following confession above we must contesi that bv our deficlences of nationa character and by the signs of ou general we have contri buted to the warlike tension whicl filled the air for the last few years Words which might be taken as pro vocation were repeatedly The panGerman activities at home and abroad have done us the greatest harm above naval policy rougbt the mosttotal The answer to Von Bethmann Hollwegs general apologies may be ound in the Berlin Tageblatt which n taking former chancellor to CASUALTIES Todays Casualties wired from Ottawa report of died ot wounds Vul died of prisoner repatriated Bur Thanksgiving For Peace 1 in these Will Drive Through Bestows on Him Order of Merit Premier Clemenceau and Marshal Foch H1VO imity Cow of the extreme 30 n and many prominent who formerly stood so far to the left that they were kept out of party councils These include men like Hugo Preuss Germanys foremost authority on con atitutional who is now drafting a constitution for submission to lUi national assembly Professor Schu poking of Marberg University Pro tessor Deputy Fischbeck am Professor Max The left wing of the Nationa Liberals is also furnishing says Herr These men includ Prince Schoonach president of th National Bank of and others Strong Party The NationalLiberals who oppose fhe reform of the Prussian franchise or favored the submarine campaign or annexationiat policies will be ex cluded from Herr Wolft declared that his party was by far the strongest in the next to the It will favor the so of U OrtrlKil arrive ia London next week to at tend a meeting of allied leaders pre liminary to the peace they will drive from the station through Hyde Park to give thepeople of London an opportunity to welcome them one of the United States delegates the was invited to but will not be able to do so on account ot ill He be represented by members of his jrevs thenBritish foreign secre ary very reasonable and acceptable for mediation Why did he Serman government reject this pro osal The exchancellor states him elf that the Austrian ultimatum was oo but in that case what ob ection could the German government ralBe against Sir Edward Greys pro H von Bethmann felt himself hat wrong was committed against he had no right to and if he was hot able to carry his point he ought to have Program of tke British Labor Party Just Announced in a Manifesto Press dispatch from manifesto issued by the Labor party i says the party means to Introduce large schemes of land It regards land nationalization as a vital It demands the im mediate building of si million good houses by state which could be obtained by at fair and declares ofejipsition to it suggests international labor legisla tion whereby imports produced by shall not enter into unfan competition with home manufactur A special tax on capital is urged in payment ot the war debt and insistence laSaid ou the heavily graduated direct with the raising of the exemption ims is stated to be labors definite con ception of thd of weatlh nationalization of mines armament am alectric power are mllsoileinanded 11 the a Tile labor part clairfi to be the real womens party It supports complete adult suffrage equal pay for both deprec ates the formation a sex partj The manifesto is signed on beha of the national executive of th Labor party by chai man W vicechair man Ramsay treasurer Ben Sidney James Robert Williams and Kaiser Is Finally Forced To Sign His Abdication t ALBERT PRAISE FOR CANADA Highly Compliments Canadian Troops He Revievfed at Mons WITH THE CANADIAN vnv 7 Bv De Nov special 31r com mlnde of tlie Canadian I was Solf is Deliberately Lying About Food Till April conditions in Germany arc by no means so criti cal and urgent as the foreign would lead the world to according to information received Germany has food enough to last until April if the army reserve stored are placed at the dis posal of the These reserves were drawn upon in October to feed certain parts of the but they have boon restored to their former condition from the last Since October they have not been There should be no famine in Ger many Oils it is if strict rationing is enforced and stocks are methodically and regularly distributed among the different Former Emperor William signed his ab dication at according to a dispatch to the Wolff Bureau of transmitted by the Exchange Telegraph correspondent at Cop The abdication according to the express ed the hope that the new regent would be able to protect the Ger man people against starvation and foreign The use of the word regent In the message is commented upon here as possibly formal notice of Emperor Wil liams abdication has already ar to a Berlin dispatch to the Abende Renounces Them liam Hohenzollern has definitely renounced all future rights to crowns of Prussia and Germany and has released all officials and officers from their oath of fidel according to tne text of a decree signed by theformer erri which was received here in a telegram from Von Hintze Got It department advices from The Hague today reported that Ad miral von former head of the German was in Holland to obtain from the former kaiser a formal proclamation of abdica RENOUNCES FOR ALL TIME Basel The text of the former German emperors act of which was issued by the new Ger man in order to reply to certain misunderstandings which have arisen with regard to the follows By the present document I nounce forever my rights to the crown of Prussia and the rights to the German imperial I release at the same time all the officials of the empire and Prussia and also all noncommissioned officers and soldiers of the Russian navy and army and of contingents from con federate statesfrom the oath of fidelity theyhave As their king and supreme I expect from them until new organization Of the German empire exists that they will aid thosa who effectively hold the power in Germany to protect the German people against the menacing dangers of famine and foreign Made and executed and signed by with the imperial seal at Signed Hope to Resume Throne 29 is understood here that AVilliam Hohenzollern has been awaiting the arrival of his wife before going else where Germans in his suite believe ho will return to and are optimistic enough to think ho will resume the Sir Frederick SmitH Kaiser Is Held to be Res ponsible for Crimes of Wai4 Germany to be Press dispatch from If returned to power it will be the coalition governments policy to insist upon the personal account ability of the kaiser for the crimes for which he personally was Sir Frederick British stated in an election speech at Sir Frederick saidthe govern ment was determined that kaiser should be given an oppor tunity to answer the which had been preferred against him respecting the submarine murders and outrages on and the government was equally determined to make the criminals pay the It would make no distinction between the occupmHe of high office and those in humble It was the Intension the coalition government to pun ish which had broken every human and Sir The attorneygeneral said that In regard to the Interned Ger it was the governments intention to send them back to nuuu HIM GUILTY NoV a speech delivered this evening Premier tlbyd dealing with the of the responsibility for In vasion of fald BrIK ish government had some of the greatest jurlstr of the and that they had unanimously and definitely ar rived the conclusion in their the em peror was guilty of an offence for which he ought to be held MHME ME m PFfflMj N1ERNM L TOME mmm MESIUfflL shall not be touched without Caught on the Fly CVUGHT ON THE PLY Geo T IP GEORGE MACKAY will not tillow his name to go before the elec ora as a member ot the public school board we will try to get Hoyt Hoyt is a good jiualness and would a strong Dav A CITIZEN who doeanL want his name mentioned suggested this morn that the proper thing to do with tke Kaiser would bo to caga him travel him through Canada as tho chief ttttruction of a and thus raise Enough money to pay the nations war debt Everybody would pay for the privilege of making a face at the of WILL ABOLISH IT is understood hare that Japan has decided to abol ish the Japanese civil administration of the Shang Tung set up there utter the area was taken from the The Chinese have ob jected to tho continuance of this ad took luncheon with his The old city was en fete and thronged with loyal who gave an en thusiastic welcome to their Hero a sign of tho it was no ticeable that the Socialist organ joined in the official The Canadian troops figured pronu uently in the march past aud were king8 himself a soldier bo foroall and wedded to effl was quick to recognize it in the ranks of the men who captured Mons in the closing hours of tho Tils Majesty complimented the Canadian corps commander on the appearance of the men and paid ai eloquent tribute to tho remarkable part the arms of Canada have played through the culminating In he wonderful PRISONERS PASS THROUGH METZ thous and allisd soldiers who have besn prisoners of war in Oirmany are pouring Mstx and an eq ual number passing through according to hsadauartsrs A Urge number of American officers will enter ac cording to the These msn are now being concentrated for trans fer over ths Swiss Special Will Sail For Europe Immediately Following Wilson will address the new session of congress Monday after noon instead of following the us ual custom of delivering the ad dress on the second day of the Senate and hoiiso leaders wort asked today Co arrange for u joint session ut 1 oclock HO us to haatei the presidents departure for to attend the peace I has been stated that ho would sai from New York the day after th address was Tho presidents appearance befoie congress is awaited with intense in terest Besides discussing the grea problem ahead ot the country iu re adjusting itself fronv a war to peaco ho is expected to congress and tho country solrtothln his plans for the peace oouferenc iu which ho goes in person as til head of tho reurdsentutlvos ni Drastic changes in existing tariff extension of the British prefer proclamation of the reci procity pact of and the plac ing of agricultural im plements and many other neces saries of life upon the free list are the policies of paramount in tereet stated by the Canadian Council of Agriculture In its economic platform made public All the policies advocated in the together with several new ones of equal neces sitated by changing are Will Be Formed at the Big1 Of Getting Back Labor Conference Pending J Union of Kaiser and Raisenn in Paris Was Affecting i iaiiTMrTONT Delegates I cod todciy i iv tno i I VP un inn of tliG on co uiul ill I Til ft V fllfi I fcllilflnCL I president of the federation William his empress has become 1 Till ff the correspondent at The Hague OT the Daily Mailv isitsd royal palace at Berlin he found the aged servants bursting with indignation over the fact that the Radical had slept In the former The cor respondent quotes the servants cursed Llebknechl for two In tho e secretarytreasurer of the Un ited Mine Workers John Alpine president Uio plumbers Jamrs ARRIVAL OF KAISERISM M the misty weather of a No Beer and other malt beverages will cease to be brewed at midnight throughout the United The special presidential proclamation prohibiting brewing as a war con servation measure decided today to make no recommendation to President Wilson on suggestions that the proclamation should be rescinded In view of ths SURRENPERJRAIIWAY CARS The first of the railway cars which Germany must deliver to the allies under the the armistice arrived Thursday the frontier and were received by military accord ing to The DAILY TRAINS MONDAY The daily afternoon train ser vlse resumes on This weans that the service as it ex isted prior to the influenia epi demic is revived on alt branch nreBidont plumbers James the misty weater o a o Duncan president of the International vomber Fran Augusta Vic tlon of Granite Cutters Frank wife of the once German em Duncan president of the International vomber Fran ugusa ic of Granite Cutters Frank wife of the once German em Duffy Bocrearytreasurer of the arrived here today from IWa of Carpenters a dujn Xln ta Frank secretary at tho foUiiue station before where Wil nratlon said the purpose of the interHam Hohciizollern arrived sixteen mt onal con cronce is to consider She on a brave at rs sou will bo made an honorary citizen of all the townships in ne Wetawnt nrovinces northern Clauses o the respective resolutions tag him freedom of the towns will handed to the president at a solenm ceremony when he passea tUiougto fiuin on his way to Tho itinerary of President WU oils trip to the primary o ect of which is to attend the peaco in has not yet been officially the raw air em discuBB tUe it is understood mtlo thar tho conference proposes to make outside her formation and v ews available to j The baggage of the formor the do who if they enough to warrant tho assu see it co suit unoBlclally with the ion of a prolonged stay consisted ol confereme or with individual Uelegata number of wicker DusketB aiul tons composing on matters In which probably containing vitally marked imper al ceHar SEIZE WIRELESS of Independent Social closely Identified with the Spar tacus element of control of all wireless stations In Germany and is now transmitting propaganda and other the Berlin Tafleblatt it is marked imperial the arrival of Augusta foria at the uext train to stop was crowded with Scottish soldiers on their way home from cap tivity in WE AI High Low 48 il and NEW w Mrs Beth irairbanks won a deorae divorce from Douglas gg ini Picture in the court She was awarded the custody ol DougJw banks eight years The ord o the testimony in the ers to tho correspondent as 00 un SankB is the daughter Danlfll cpttop Pairtanks were married tu ftij ;