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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                TODAY'S WEATHER FAIR; SOME SHOWEftS. yesterday: Maximum, 52.1; minimum, M.7. SOLDIERS RETURN North- land and Caronia. docked the bringing, a large of Canadian soldiers. .VOL. 45. Sun 5.54 'a.m.: sots 7-7 Moon rises 11.16 a.m.; seta 2.1 WINNIPEG-, APEIL 7, 1919.: MO )R.NiNG EDITION .22 PAGES. NO. 237. ALLIES DELIVER !Rusii Aheai1 Aiiioniiin m nanj Of Land for Soldiers TO BOLSHEViKI Pitts of Dead Teli of Severity of Enemy's Losses Archangel Situation Well in Hand Tratzky Orders Russian Fleet to Attack Allies Threatens Death for Disobedience Genera! March It IncrerJi- feie That Forces Can be Driven Into the Sea Olfaa-d, April J -Black, chairman of the Soldier Settlement Board, stales that the board's in- creased land inspection organization in the western provinces would result in overtaking the accumulation of ap- plications for loans. While, the ground was frozen, it Was impossible to inspect lands for which returned soldiers had applied, and the board superintendents in the west were instructed to engage as many competent land inspectors at would be necessary to complete this worlf m -time for seeding operations. Telegrams were received from points in the west on Saturday that this increased organization was being PAYMENTS FIXED rapidly effected, and that the uimosi Germany Musi Pay Up to the 'i Last Farthing of Her Power Principles Settled; by Council of Details; in a Few Days effort was being put forward to meet Belgium and France to Re ceive Abandon Left of Rhine London, -April 6. Leon Trotzky, the Bolsheviki minister j of war and marine, has ordered' _______ the Russian Baltic fleet to put to Conference at Spa Results in sea and attack the allies, threat- j Paris, April preliminary method of or as to tlie peace treaty will'lie ready by Easter assets to be realized. "No; .there is no -divergence among.the 'negotiators; but, alas! there are inevitable ones aniong-; the among' those from the :same-country. Who is to .decide between them If not .the negotiat- the'Germans' will be asked to come and sign-It at the end of April, or the beginning .of May; Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain de- dared in an .interview with Ste- 'phane Lauzanne, editor of the Matin. In answer to a remark by FRENCH DEMANDS FAIL ors... And do you think- it al- done: 11. Lauzanne remarked .that Lausanne that what troubled' pub- pub'lic opinion could not understand lie opinion so much .the was! why, before Uer- Italians and Poles Go-Operation Strong Mien Makes Deadlock at the: Conference Impossible Canadians Unlikely to Fall in Vortex of Unrest delay as the secreiy in 'which the many not handed a full bill, no TT Arrangements Entirely 'Sat-' enmg to have all the crews shot to if they disobey the order, says the Mail. isfaotpry to the "Allies Archangel. April allied forces, principally British and Rus- sian, operating- in the Sredn Melch- Paris, April Press was officially announced this morning that arrangements for the landing at Danzig of troops Paris, April statement of Premier Lloyd j Greorg-e. that the peace treaty will' be concluded, by Easter is- sup- ported, by.predictions repeatedly made-by less prominent members of the. peace conference, and dis- I pellerl today much of the hope- i lessness'ancli uncertainly-in -which many important problems of the conference seemed-to have been rer.ga sector, delivered a crushing- j now "m France and" their transport .enshrouded. defeat yesterday afternoon to a large 1 along' other.. linen Even tile, announcements pf (many had been- arranged to. the en- serlOUS Bdlshin'ik. troubles "ill Ba- body of Bolshevik attackers. The enemy charged the allied tire satisfaction of the allied ,i-B blockhouses and the piles of Bol- The result made .known with >ana ana Ule C shevik dead lying near them this morning: indicated the severity of the enemy's losses. In addition, the allied forces cap- tured nearly 100 prisoners, including iic adjutant. In the Bolshie Czerki sector, UniteC the giving out of- a over the Adriatic allied commander'in chief, and his j affect the today of thes leaders of. the F-renjjh and United. Stsiles 'delegations.. aides have been in conference" with l a Bolshevik battalion commander and j German representatives. The com- munication reads: j "Spa, April 4, con-! States patrols continue to harass the formity with the' decision ..of. enemy. The allied guns are still heavily shelling the town. Official Statement. London, April official state- lied and associated governments the counci. of four .011 risht. -rivsn. tlie.allies ay Hie': ai-nila- f" on. .the ..principles of lice convention signed November 11, to land the Polish troops- -in moat issued by the flee, on the fighting front Saturday south of Archangel, says: "Aft war of- I France at Danzig, has been compltMe- "After a night bombardment, the pf oneinv attacked near Sreden Mekh- i dec: ly maintained. ".furthermore, to hasten the arrival of the troops In Poland it has, been 'ide to make iise of othei' of. but was repulsed with heavy j transport., proposed by. tlie -G.urman joss. "Enemy dead are lyiiis thick government, ground the blockhouses. A battalion commander, his adjutant ami 100 men were captured. We had no casuait- --arrangements, as- a whole, in entire agreement with- the April rla-y.-reachecl _. rinclples 'of Indemnities :3nd reparation's- td-ibe paid by Oenn'siny. and examination of the fletn'ils will bugrln fays, ft ert be. disagreement as t'o tlife details and it is indicated that the" text 'of 'the- financial' terms will prom'iKt'ft were'., effected. all .'de- tile -sum to" anri issoaiate'd i l3e Paid, at; once .-bv nnd the allied and associated the future: Asra'inst the opposition of.-the The conference -at- Spa -between i was the pn.P.er to offered' other ports in by the end of June. Sending Reinforcements. London. April official state- will go. economic jret the resumption: ot acoording to German the Murmansk and Arcnangel fronts, been rapidly muvcu uwii ---7 _--A. -ukf.- way line, and it is hoped that they pc.pulauon but Berlin despatches on means of p.ressui-c on   peace j tnufsi we .not- the terms, methods and forms of .'delay- last farthing of Her power.' v meet and discuss things under con- But is it sufficient, to draw up a ditions unprecedented in history, bill and hand .it. to- the. enemy? All. eyes are turned toward not and what is more' grave; all ears are glued at.its keyhole. Enemy ears tremble with joy when they! detect ed be .some- hesltationi Some .friendly abls to say to. our ,-idversarj', when oars half-hear. confused rumors, lie. pleads inadeiiuacy of resources: which are. peddled far and quickly.. Yes, you can go as far as The day does not .pass -bur what .you must'do .it "and- you do some false .news here and there that.'- In a word; shall we simply takes its flight. present a bill or collect the money-i day passes but that in silent all the money, possible? delibRrat-iOn-, feel approaching near- is where' tlie work comes er the great aim. and'experience'for .and. difficult' by each other more esteem, confidence Wet that technical experts- of tlie highest capabilities and great experience, are' not 'in agreement among- theniselves. cither as to the and affection. Let public opinion wait a few-days.. It will then be able to pronounce' on facts, not Miiiy Men for Manitoba Reach St. John and Halifax During which-.it be possible for the Aeed Member for Queen's to i r- n-riA rt-f TJoct- -.TT-nn-W.'TI uarantee, the newspaper, de-: and it is .''authoritatively j expected, that.-, the preliminaries i will be., finally within three, or four, days. Was One of "Best I in- Parliament (By .Arthur S. Draper.) Tribun Isuropenri April Joseph Read, .btb.fer.al Prince Edward; Island, died.: at'9 to .meet.. General Currie. the minister took the opportunity to voice his own- sentiments upon criticisms from Canada. Sir .Edward Kemp said he hud. ever since.the armistice, urged that Gana- dian soldiers should be repatriated as fast, as.- possible -and his .own view 'was. entirely contrary--to that urgoil in .some quarters-in Canada, that sol- diers, should not be demobilized too or else they would find no work -to do at home. He was abso- lutely satisfied .that they had arrived at the-> bent conclusions- possible re- g-arding demobilization, and quite prepared, to defend the.form-it took. He-was equally sure 'the Canadian jseople would.a-pprove it directly they unflers'tood Before- the end of this month, half "'pnere is, however." hu 'proceeded. .-Captain Read was not considered best. ____ ___ __ to until 'today when, lib ;-boomerang effect and recoils eventu- i.ook'.a -turn- for the- worse'- and-''sank s will be interred >f.Y.. Tribune. London, April a period, of discussion exceeding in length the interval -between and the final settlements of the Crimean, Franco-Prussian .and Boer the peace-delegates.are.about to conclude their negotiations in As the final dra1 tempe th ha: ex; of. ticula: has o'clock' tonight in SI. Lufe'a- hospital, "an odd man now and then, who rer of --pneumonia, after' a few day's ill- -turns to' Canada, misrepresents the. situation and reflects upon the- i officers here, who are doing- their very This sort of thing has- a, the favorite- continued .Sir over the corps. i have never heard anyone mention it. More than that, effect a junction with the Bolshevik. "The Archangel situation is un- I vemoer P-sumptlon .on the. pare of. .the, general .situation because ;of tlridoubtejtly'j -means.-tho but, never, on principles. "With terms .in-: the..Prince ad-.., officers Island .legislature. are all- artillerymen. 'His the' fifth cOmbjna'tiion. and :toi Eay verv much about it now the .and .Caronia, Sgt., J arrlve'd 'on "Saturday afternoon, -avenue. them, returning" soldiers. The Northland had fifty .officers and B. Artlshewsky. Wolfe, street, .Elmwooc'l. etreet, St. Increased optimism in diplomatic other ranks-. She came up the.harbor circles, is noted by the press, while at 3 o'clock, and the first train with Ja.Incs in the newspapers ex- her passengers, left for. Victoria and Q.'v.'Bennett, 208 Lome avonus. changed. The Bolshevik have not at- n provided .that the" a'lies pl.ess..satisfaction over t'n'e progress western points at 5.40-p.m. tacked after their recent disastrous failures." Allies May Evacuate Odessa. Paris, April Bolshevik pressure agajnst Odessa, j----- the great Russian port on the Black .t110 Trart'Dort Begins April 15 Ma. is increasing and the evacuation! Berl.n_ 5..._Tne ..transport'of should have free a.ccess should 'ha.ve free access "to M. Berard. Main street. e; tor- from their eastern frontier. either j flay .-of-delay- in reaching- a final throiifdi or by the Vistula, m> adds to. the' lor.ses of order to convey supplies to.the popu- ii'iide-on> the -auestion-of .reparation j -'The Caronia .-brought 84 officers Swan Kivcrf .Man., and indemnity.. It Is pointed out. other ranks, who were-for- W.-JS. Bird, Brpadview: lations of .those- territories and, for The favora'ble solution of Da'nzig 'ri'iiestibn is' .commented up- was. as on--in complimentary terms. The j g.45 p.m.; Bdm warded without delay .ori-elg-ht.trains., f- The .schedule of western" trains from Ksrieult. Shoal Lake, Man. the Caronia, giving the hour of .de- Q' Br0ck Inkstar- avenuo. parture from Halifax (standard K; Broushton, WlnnipeB. VAI- U.LI.U- i-u r C.Li HJLHJ11 tljlJUUt IL IJUCllUStS a de'aaiock.ls-to vacaAcy others stm investigation. -Assimboia, n0ne fcbi worse-a-bout what haopened" final.-treaLy.'.win and thAn th-o men themselves who were _ -They- will! Nor.th-'Ontario. thie document 'iu-.modifled they svill.. he. there.- They- will .appeal, in the settlement' of" the. problems of the JDanzik. corridor, the.Saare Val- DOWN BY U.S. SOLDIER ley-, and the. left of-.the Rhine While-aiisuriris national security and .reparations forrwar damage-the'docu- ineht w.ill "aim. .primarily: to aecure the pe'ace of the world. Moderation iis'the. best to'describe tlie docu- ment. Demands Not- Realized. "-.The- French demands, as voiced by some ol1 her'leading- journalists, will United Stales soldier' Is not-, be -realized'. The Poles are tin- alleged to have, torn a .Russian flag; Unpleasant Siberian Incident Investigated 'Irkutsk, April. 6. (Associated led. by., excitement into. such unhappy CQursea." Speaking of some personal criticism, directed against himself. Sir said since- the war began, he liad'not h'ad six days' leave, and had kept at his duties contrary to the doctor's orders. Chief Duty to Get Men Home. He felt his first anu chief duty ivas the soldiers back and. the. time came he would be prepared to return to Ottawa. He had no fear "vvhat the result would be wnen wont there. Premier Border, followed with the IRON WORKERS1 'DEMANDS" Presenting Wage Schedule. which connects European Russia the Crimea has been fortified by the allies to protect the Russian _ cava! biiso of Sebastopol. Rushing British Relief to Russia. Toronto Unions- Combined in menis lor the despatch of a British roller force to Russia are being pushed forward. The earliest advance 'foronto, April in tlio Kiiard leaves in April for Murmansk. lron industry 'in this city have re- There it will be in a favorable pc-si- oeiveci from the .Metal Trades council tion to proceed at the first cpportun- a schedule of wages and conditions, Ity to Archangel. The main force with the requeet'that they be put into proceeds :n two first at op6ration bv the first of May.. .This tb'j bcginnins of May. and the is the time in the history second a fortnight Inter. 11 is in- rOnto, that the unions have tended that thu main ?orce shall a c-eneral schedule of conditlbnst consist r.iostlv of volunteers. The war office will probably make an immediate appeal for volunteers. eieot; no: only to troops of the armies of and men preparing to KO to overseas garrison, but to dis- charged and demobilized men. Enomy in rull rvctrcjst. cti1 Copenhagen. April Esthon- four hour week; overtime! in excess :an armv reports that on Thursday of trlis at the rate of double tiie enemy was in full retreat on the triple time to be puid on all. Sundays. Pskov front, and that one town and legal holidays, and night work at a number of villages were taken and ten cents per hour over many machine-guns captured. A follows: Victoria, Spr. A: E. Brown, Baimoral street, cmton and Calearv Wjn. Carvln, PortagS la Prairie.. 7a Sor. 3. D. S. 761. Beverlej likely..to gw. all. they ask find the from the. rear.-platform of .a speoUl Italian ex-Ministi ufjOn a g The unions included 'Pattern- makel-3, moulders and core-makers, eieotric workers, boilermakers, 'ma- blacksmiths and kindr-ed thousand men are -in- volved. The combination of trades request an eight-hour vr a forty- chinists, trades. Over six Ik attack on the Narva, was Bcrden Unveils Memorial to Canadians Who Died at Taplow Predicts Prosperity for Government Lines in West Vane ;ouver. B.C.. April 6. D. B. Hanna, president of the..'.Canadian National railway, at a board of trade Red Cross hospital there. The the National line west.of Port Arthur memorial takes the form of a female would be. largely m excess thr! figure typifying Victory, and stands c.P.R. ir, the beautiful little cemetery on the estate adjoining the hospital cemetery being in the form of an Ita- lian garden. The most striking speech was made by iirs. Astor, who owns the estate. "What a privilege." she said, "it Other guests were Vice-President M. H. MacLeod, and Premier John Oli- ver. _ j Mr Hanna. appealed for conndence the peace Fiurne. Salvatore minister without' P ,_ _ rm. zi. to.' If; denied Spr. Baxter. Hon-ai-t block. Italian cabinet and one1 of the Italian peace delegates, said yesterday "ITo decision ;has -beenvreached. yet, it is obvious, the Italian dele- gates feel, they- must follow the .will of the Italian; .He recalled. that after the collapst .of Austria and' before- the entry of Italian troops I Gnr. W. Cochranc; Oak uake, Barxilai, former I gpr. Brenna'n, St. Paul. Minn. 1 R. L. Coleman.-Killaruev. Jort'fbUo.. in the I Spr. M. H. Buckman. 127 Hbra-n street, CoIIey, 48..Lydla street. Isrm-wood Grove. Spr. P. IV. Welch apartnientE. Spr. H. J. .Curlley, Winnipeff. Spr. TV. DelEavrio, 320 Temple avenue. -VI" J. Delarooue, Argyle.. P. Dewandeler., Winnipeg. IJ street.- H. Constable, SandbrMge, Man. had none P. 'Doylo, 66 i i w in Sjibtia .street. Spr. J. Drlden. 402 Trura street. D; Q. C. Diibols. 1737 Portage avenua. clHQ LieLUl W.-LIIC CIILLI vi. Ak.nii.LiL (.1 WUJJ5. the city of .'Flume, that city had A. appointed :a national council com- j- Dunn, ,'287 Gumel street. posed -of 300 .of its-most- prominent I cpl; J. Button, 303 Colleet street. St. Citizens. Thin council.- he said, -hfttl Jarnes. called upon, tho.public to-decide, what Cpl. D. .Ellis. ..Steep..Rock; 'Man.. desired.; the D- Mackie. 260 McMlllo.n street, -Nor- answer belnp a plebiscite. in fayor.of annexa'tion to i Italy.. One Wednefiuay. he the natio.nal 'council of Fiume had unanimbusly passed -a Jaw by which the city took Italian, (lag as the banner o" the city: All -Italy Fiume Barzilai declared, that this -WOQCl. Jlis. Steep ..Rock; 'Man.. a'. Doyle, Wlnnipes. e. S60 McMlllo.n street, Xor- jf. Drack, "Winnipeg. N. Maitland. Carman, Man. Spr. W. A. Matthews. Crandall, Man. J. Maw, 1226 Main Cpl. F. C. -Meadwell, Sioux Lookout, Ont. W H. Middlehurst; Transcona, Man.' Spr. Miller. 369- Graham street. Alf. McCu'JouKh, Winnipeg. Sp'i- J. R. McVey, 18'Blsin avenue. Slgnor Barzilai aeciarea. Hiac tms .-j. 555 Sarjrent. -as the best proof of.Fidmes wishes j. A Davis. port Williaili. i be! joined to Italy, .and'added tha.t sjt. jj. J. Leggett, yiint Siding. E. Coghlll. Winnipeg. W. G. Cr.alff, Winnipeg. Cpl. A Dale, Vancouvnr. F. Danter. 361 Carlton. W. Davenport, Kenora, Onv. G. Delaney. Winnipeg, Cpl I. Dickernson. -Winnipeg. B. Donnelly, Portaee la Prairie. Doyle 12 St Maryts' Road, Norwood or what is nearer, the the -train which' -at Petka. 'truth, the Allies. are -about to adopt-'When the-train-was-pulling out and had gained some headway. an.Ameri'r can soldier-from a wsstbound- troop train which had been'side-tracked .is to have platform and, with some difficulty, torn: the Russian1 flag-, from fastenings." 'A a.-policy, for they, have hitherto. Cpl. E. J; ConVay. 1407 Winnipeg- avenue j. The Allies cannot organize a cariir C. Cook. The Pas. .Man.'. i-paign in Russia, for., they cannot find R. Cook, 'The_ Pas, Man. I'sufficient men to fight: the iliissian Bolshevists within1 thdir frontier's. I The American and.British troops go- I euard.: inside the car saw .the. occur- to Northern Russia .were simply rence, it is not soon enough for the- hard pressed to prevents it. i forces, and. officers, .were, especially-iirri- hgei. Rusaia. i since this was. the second.un- G. .-327 Wardlaw' -avtnue, is hardly a.single, supporter. of Bol- shevism- methods in either country. Cpl. 460 Arnold avenue, i with. thus unanimity, of the imprac- to the _ _ Italian people nncl parliament syt. s. Long-hurst, Halny-'Klyer, Or.t. without distinction of party were de- termined that Fiume should'be a-part of the kingdom. "Under these he asked, '.'is it .possible..that _in_the; question of A. Bowling. Port Arthur. Brown, Edmonton. A. Butcher. Port Arthur. Spr. E. X: Cryei-. Fort William. C01. A.' Gibson, Port Arthur. Cp! .C. Gordon, Keewatin, Ont. in wnu sure to involved reaching out Barzilai .'said that Fiume iu. n has been for "us" to" have "the Cana- with China and Japan and the control at Cliveden. I ilo not call this of a merchant and. which if the financial' prosperity after trade Is to-be'assured. cemetery. You will see we have stitution of a. boat sery; to get away from the idea of Vancouver and Montreal, death about this" piace.i I feel it is only who are dead.' if we fa_il in forgetting how they laid their lives for right. Tou see h between Hie figure of the memorial faces v.'est. We want to fec-l those who nave been laid here are merely a little "way ahead of us." RepMblio Proclaimed. Spa. Belgium, April Munich. "soviet- republic .has-been proclaimed in Munich' Bavaria, according to wire- loss message received here by Mathias Erzberger. head of the- German armistice commission........... Berlin Strike. Starts. Today. Bfcrtih. Soci-. alists "and 'Spartacaris decided today bv a-vote" of to 3.000 to-.begih a general" strike' in Monday. The' majority-.'Socialists; opposed the movemenV-'mit' the employees." o'f a lai-ke machine arid, metal "Works car T; 'ried the day for those favorable to V Strike The government troops. in Sgt. Winnipeg. Berlin Sgt. A. Campbell, Portae.e -la.Pra.rl.. Schrieber. Ont. R.S'M. J; A Cuhliffe, "Winnipeg. C S K G H. LangHam, S trathewen. c'SlM. A. PatCon, Man. SKI J J. Bassey, llinneaosa., Man. Set' P.1 Ftrrher, 481- Barisside street. Sst J Guya, North BattlefoccJ.- A.. D. Kelly, 381. Roseberry street, '--St..-Janies. Set. Matheson. Winnipae. Set" C -13 Myles. Willen.' -M.in. Set- -ft'. MbrHce, The Pas. Man. Sgt. S. A. -Robinson, 695 Bouchard, Port SKt Stewart, Ninette, 'Man. K Set. E: B.-Th'onipson, Winnipeg. BKt.' R. ,B. WagKoner. Estevan, Sask. SKI.' J- Watt, Colllnswpod, Vancouver. Winnipeg. J: p.- Brlckspn, Winnipeg. W. G Winnipeg. W F Evelyn. Westhorn. W. G. Ew-ln, 519 AKncs' street." D. R. Pisher, Winnipeg.. 5 Sargent avenue cpl J. G. Fraser, Winnipeg. -Cpl. H -A.'Freed; Curtis-SifJinB. 'E. .Gates, -38 Carlton street. G. D. Oeni'mell.- Winnipeg. Gpl. V. Geol-Be, F. J. GlbU, 'Simcoe street. Cpl. D. G. Gilmour, Calgary: i P.' Gladue. la. Prairie. G. A. Toronto .street. G. S..Gordon Wadema, Sask.; J. S.: Hamilton, Norwood. Court, Ivor- wbod'. C. H. Hammond, .Oakburn. C E.'-Uart. 233 Burrows- avsnue. A. Winnipeg. Spr. A B. J. Sask... F. C. HiRhSeld. Dauphin. Man. i W "C .Hodgins. T. Hughes, Burrows, avenue. I Spr..F.-'H. Indue; Winnipeg. Spr. A Isserwood, Fort. Frances, _pnt. G. Kelly, Pope. Man. P. Kenhedy. 721 'Alexander-avenue. C. J. Kent, Winnipeg. T. Kirkby; 325 .Vnufchan.street. A. Kontehko, Winnipeg.'. F. Kpt, .Winnipek. J; Krievetsky, Spr.' F. P. Larion. 'VVin.iipet.. D Shoal-Lake, Man. T. R. lieckie. Columbia block. K. Lopushanski; H. Sask. H. street.- J. C. McNamar'a. 337.'Kennedy street. .T. K, Marc, Crescent, Sask..< Spr. E. Mcrrick. Oak'R'.verF.Man. Cpl E.'Mason, 3B1 Jamieson .avenue. Spr. D.: Matte. St. Jein Baptitse, Man. R- Sask- Spr. S. Flora avenue.- and.British statesman i pleasant' incident in: w.hlch.. United soldiers and are-.against i States s.oldters. have...figured; recently, intervention although'-there i General: Graves -has telegraphed; to 1 Coi_ norhanovsky, -.expressin'sr his re- gret; He stated- that.an-investigatipn :ha'd- b.een: ordered and- that-.the..guilty 'perab'ns would be severely'dealt with. MENNONWES-PAY FINES Intend to .Their Children to In Future ti'cabllity..of. a .Russian cambaijjn.Mt. is only natural that the Paris I ports ihdi'cate..that .the. Allied statesmen are considering oiieninff nesot-iations. with Lenlne. Wilson and Lloyd. are .denounced In some ..quarters which previously supported them iii every p'oli'cy, but i v m despite, these .-attacks, it is a fairly1 Morden. Man.. -April four safe guess that they have already I Mennonltes living In the -School district, namely, Jacob Wah'l, David Peters, David- Fchr and .John NudorE, who were recently, found guilty of-nbt.-senciine their children to the public school, and who elected to go 'to-jail rather, than pay "their fines, nave, reconsidered the matter. They .have paid their fines -and returned to "their homes. v_ They were; in "Morden on- Saturday and stated "it was their intention- to send their in tlie future.- made.plans for supporting- the Rus- sians with food and raw materials, ohce they are. convinced -that their conditions been fulfilled. Lloyd George" ia- to return- to Lon- I'dori when, the 'council (has reached-an agreement upon .the j peace treaty, an.d. it. is. antieipaied I that-he. will make .a report to. par- lliament. He also hfis hiany domestic difficulties.-to handle, including the selection -of ministers to fill %-acahcles caused bi" the resignation 'of'Sir. Auckland Geddes, Albert Stanley ;md Balfour, who are retiring, soon.. Then he must .consider the. industrial leg-, islation which is calculated to re- volutionize conditions'..in Tiro.) Altitude, of Santiago, Corlines, in. a British airplane, flew over the Andes today .at. a height of metres (18.000 Condition Paris, .April Wilson remitined, ,'to'day, .'.al.thou'giv. an offic.lal -bulletin that he.; was much; improved' rhtirninK. .The president slept, well during the liight and--had. no- temperature he :woke..-- Letter Toronto, April Goddard. a- ,whb .stole and two postal notes, ''tut ,-.--_. the po.Btmftster, .general of sentenced, to King-ston. penitentiary for. -three-. years. This was" the niininium sentence ..that could .be'. imposed. under, the act. Arrived, at. Wllhtlmlna New York Borrteaul ri F; itlckellbtich.isc.w ,Tork El Orient New Boston "Liverpool Bordeaux Brent Portland Comlcan _____i Liverpool St. John Xew "VbrVr Brjat :m-J I hope. I may be permitted to .say u word. In-this connection, in regard to the. duty of-tiie. press, because al- admlh- istratipn'of public affairs have great responsibilities, those connected with the -press ..have great ;rcBponsibiliUes t.1 also. "Beyond -'question'the str-Rin-of r.[ the war has ;had iircat effect en all and i. reports, which would have received little considuration un- d'er otlrer conditions are unduly dis'turbiner-" nowadays. The press, therefore, has the duty to tako a.-.sober.-and serious view of'its re- V and should prevent, as far as possible, reports, which have no foundation, from disturbing pub- '_' "Jic opinions either in Canada or else- 
                            

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