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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Winnipeg, Manitoba TODAY'S WEATHER SOME 52.1; SOLDIERS RETURN land and docked the a large of Canadian 45. Sun 5.54 sots 7-7 Moon rises 11.16 seta 2.1 7, 1919.: MO EDITION NO. 237. ALLIES DELIVER m Of Land for Soldiers TO BOLSHEViKI Pitts of Dead Teli of Severity of Enemy's Losses Archangel Situation Well in Hand Orders Russian Fleet to Attack Allies Threatens Death for Disobedience March It feie That Forces Can be Driven Into the Sea April J chairman of the Soldier Settlement stales that the in- creased land inspection organization in the western provinces would result in overtaking the accumulation of for the ground was it Was impossible to inspect lands for which returned soldiers had 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 for seeding Telegrams were received from points in the west on Saturday that this increased organization was being PAYMENTS FIXED rapidly and that the Germany Musi Pay Up to the Last Farthing of Her Power Principles by Council of in a Few Days effort was being put forward to meet Belgium and France to Re Abandon Left of Rhine 6. Leon the Bolsheviki minister j of war and has the Russian Baltic fleet to put to Conference at Spa Results in sea and attack the j April preliminary method of or as to tlie peace treaty ready by Easter assets to be is no there are inevitable ones the those from the Who is to between them If not will be asked to come and at the end of or the beginning Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain de- dared in an with editor of the In answer to a remark by FRENCH DEMANDS FAIL And do you it 11. remarked Lausanne that what opinion could not understand lie opinion so much before Italians and Poles Strong Mien Makes Deadlock at Conference Impossible Canadians Unlikely to Fall in Vortex of Unrest delay as the in the many not handed a full no TT Arrangements Entirely to have all the crews shot to if they disobey the says the to the April allied principally British and in the April Press was officially announced this morning that arrangements for the landing at Danzig of troops April statement of Premier Lloyd j that the peace treaty be by Easter repeatedly less prominent members of peace and dis- I today much of the i many important problems of the conference have been delivered a j now France their transport defeat yesterday afternoon to a large 1 linen Even announcements pf had arranged the en- troubles Ba- body of Bolshevik The enemy charged the allied tire satisfaction of the allied blockhouses and the piles of The result made with ana Ule C shevik dead lying near them this indicated the severity of the enemy's In the allied forces cap- tured nearly 100 including iic In the Bolshie the giving out of- a over the Adriatic allied and his j affect the today of thes leaders of. the and aides have been in with l a Bolshevik battalion commander and j German The com- j April 4, States patrols continue to harass the with decision The allied guns are still heavily shelling the Official April official lied and associated governments the of four ay of lice convention signed November 11, to land the Polish -in moat issued by the on the fighting front Saturday south of war of- I France at has been a night the pf attacked near Sreden i ly to hasten the arrival of the troops In Poland it been to make iise of of. but was repulsed with heavy j proposed tlie dead are thick ground the A battalion his adjutant ami 100 men were We had no a in entire agreement the April Indemnities paid by and examination of the will ft ert disagreement as details and it is indicated that text terms will all tile anri i once nnd the allied and associated the the opposition The conference -at- Spa i was the to other ports in by the end of Sending April official will economic jret the ot to German the Murmansk and been rapidly way and it is hoped that they but Berlin despatches on means of on the government in the i April 4 -st Rhine aruV Sarre agreement on the informed the party leaders that tendencies among the i valley questions be- fore the end of .it is peace negotiations were wrapped what to and the fact that there admit full divergence of the British premier affirm absolutely that there is no divergence among are often with technical difficulties which can has said you have de- only settled after close who says shall do cried Who says we have not decided that? Forced to Big Problem April 6 a dinner given M. Birks in the Sir of the McGill and at- tendance of Sir j Sir George Donald and Lord proposing the toast of the We learn of ada not only as a great agricultural but also industrial We great whereas the of j four to whole I Society everywhere It Will be would be underestimate the we HALF OVERSEAS ARMY HOME BY END OF MONTH Sir Edward Answers From Cyme to be Replaced Premier Borden Testifies to ed Service of Staffs at Argyle House the question of In the have one the in says it b est. of reasons ing the pessimistic reports peace conference j a re- entirely Premier i President The British people wait until we common I set have our of General Turner Attributes Malicious Statements to Disgruntled and Officers bur have without having regard to the generosity of her vast resources of I 7 t TO do to here Sir Edward Kemp April a small luncheon JOSEPH OF pay up to This conference has to j peace j we the methods and forms of last farthing of Her v meet and discuss things under con- But is it to draw up a ditions unprecedented in and hand eyes are turned toward not and what is all ears are glued Enemy ears tremble with joy when detect ed be Some abls to say our when oars confused pleads of which peddled far and you can go as far as The day does not what .it you do some false here and there In a shall we simply takes its present a or collect the day passes but that in silent all the feel approaching is tlie work comes er the great by each other more confidence Wet that technical of tlie highest capabilities and great not agreement cither as to the and Let public opinion wait a It will then be able to on not Men for Manitoba Reach St. John and Halifax During be possible for the Aeed Member for Queen's to i the and it is j the preliminaries i will finally within or Was One of I in- Parliament S. Tribun April Joseph Prince to General the minister took the opportunity to voice his sentiments upon criticisms from Sir Kemp said he ever urged that dian soldiers should be repatriated as possible his view entirely that in that should not be demobilized too or else they would find no work do at He was lutely satisfied they had arrived at bent possible re- and quite to defend equally sure 'the Canadian it directly they the end of this half hu Read was not considered to until lib effect and recoils for s will be interred April a of discussion exceeding in length the interval and the final settlements of the Franco-Prussian Boer the to conclude their negotiations in As the final tempe th ha: of. has tonight in odd man now and who rer of a few day's misrepresents situation and reflects upon i officers who are their very This sort of thing the continued over the i have never heard anyone mention it. More than effect a junction with the Archangel situation is un- I pare of. general because on terms officers Island are fifth and Eay verv much about it now the J The Northland had fifty and B. St. Increased optimism in diplomatic other She came up is noted by the while at 3 and the first train with in the newspapers ex- her left Victoria and 208 Lome The Bolshevik have not at- n provided over progress western points at 5.40-p.m. tacked after their recent disastrous Allies May Evacuate April Bolshevik pressure the great Russian port on the Black Begins April 15 Ma. is increasing and the 5..._Tne should have free should free access M. Main from their eastern either j flay in a final or by the adds of order to convey supplies the j Caronia 84 officers Swan and It Is pointed other who lations of territories for The solution of as complimentary The j Bdm warded without delay f- The of trains from Shoal the giving the hour of parture from Halifax r IL a others stm what and thAn men themselves who were thie document they will in the problems of the DOWN BY U.S. SOLDIER and left Rhine national security and to the of the Moderation best tlie Demands French as voiced by some will United Stales Is be The Poles are alleged to torn a Unpleasant Siberian Incident Investigated 6. excitement such unhappy Speaking of some personal directed against Sir said the war he six and had kept at his duties contrary to the doctor's Chief Duty to Get Men He felt his first anu chief duty ivas the soldiers back time came he would be prepared to return to He had no fear the result would be wnen wont Premier followed with the IRON Presenting Wage which connects European Russia the Crimea has been fortified by the allies to protect the Russian of Rushing British Relief to Toronto Combined in menis lor the despatch of a British roller force to Russia are being pushed The earliest advance April in leaves in April for lron industry this city have re- There it will be in a favorable from the Trades council tion to proceed at the first a schedule of wages and Ity to The main force with the they be put into proceeds two first at bv the first of of and the is the time in the history second a fortnight 11 is in- that the unions have tended that thu main shall a schedule of consist of The war office will probably make an immediate appeal for only to troops of the armies of and men preparing to KO to overseas but to dis- charged and demobilized Enomy in rull cti1 April four hour in excess reports that on Thursday of at the rate of double tiie enemy was in full retreat on the triple time to be puid on Pskov and that one town and legal and night work at a number of villages were taken and ten cents per hour over many A E. and la 7a 3. D. S. 761. they ask find the from of speoUl Italian a g The unions included moulders and blacksmiths and thousand men are -in- The combination of trades request an eight-hour vr a Over six Ik attack on the was Unveils Memorial to Canadians Who Died at Taplow Predicts Prosperity for Government Lines in West Vane April 6. D. B. president of National at a board of trade Red Cross hospital The the National line Port Arthur memorial takes the form of a female would largely m excess figure typifying and stands the beautiful little cemetery on the estate adjoining the hospital cemetery being in the form of an lian The most striking speech was made by who owns the a she Other guests were Vice-President M. H. and Premier John j Mr appealed for the peace Salvatore minister P rm. denied Italian cabinet and of the Italian peace said yesterday decision it is the Italian gates must follow the of the that after the Austria the entry of Italian troops I W. Oak former I St. Minn. 1 R. L. in the I M. 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The in they cannot find R. men to the Bolshevists I The American troops I inside the car saw to Northern Russia simply it is not soon enough for hard pressed to prevents it. i i since this the G. is hardly of methods in either Cpl. 460 Arnold i thus of the to the Italian people parliament s. without distinction of party were de- termined that Fiume of the these he it question of A. Port A. Port E. Fort Port Ont. in wnu sure to involved reaching out Barzilai that Fiume n has been for have with China and Japan and the control at I ilo not call this of a merchant which if the prosperity after trade Is You will see we have of a. boat to get away from the idea of Vancouver and death about I feel it is only who are if we in forgetting how they laid their lives for Tou see h between Hie figure of the memorial faces We want to those who nave been laid here are merely a little ahead of April republic proclaimed in according to loss message received here by Mathias head of German armistice Berlin decided today bv of to 3.000 a in opposed the the a machine metal car the day for those favorable to V Strike The government in Sgt. Berlin Sgt. A. Ont. A C S K G H. S A. SKI J J. 481- Sst J North D. 381. Roseberry C The Sgt. S. A. 695 Port SKt K R. Sask. W. G W F W. G. 519 D. R. 5 Sargent avenue cpl J. G. H Carlton G. D. V. F. J. Cpl. D. G. i la. G. A. Toronto G. J. C. H. C 233 A. A B. J. F. C. i W T. I A G. P. 721 C. J. T. 325 A. F. F. P. D T. R. Columbia K. H. Sask. H. J. C. 337.'Kennedy E. Cpl 3B1 Jamieson St. Jein S. Flora statesman i incident in: United soldiers and i States intervention i Graves to 1 his re- He ordered would be FINES Intend to Children to In Future a is only natural that the Paris I ports Allied statesmen are considering with Wilson and are In some which previously supported them iii every but i v m these it is a four safe guess that they have already I living In the Jacob David and who were found guilty their children to the public and who elected to go than pay reconsidered the They paid their fines returned to They in on- Saturday and stated was their to send their in tlie for the sians with food and raw they convinced their conditions been Lloyd to to the agreement upon j peace it. is. I will make report He also domestic including the selection ministers to fill caused the resignation Auckland Albert Stanley who are Then he must industrial which is calculated to re- of in. a British flew over the Andes today a height of metres Condition Wilson an that was president well during the no- temperature he Letter April a- and two postal the of to penitentiary This the sentence could the act. New York ri El Orient New Boston Bordeaux Brent Portland Liverpool St. John Xew I I may be permitted to u in regard to duty because public affairs have great those connected with the great the war has effect en all and i. which would have received little un- conditions are unduly The has the duty to tako serious view re- V and should as far as which have no from disturbing opinions either in Canada or There has been the uttermost loyalty and co-operation all officers who came do not think quiet public opinion will havo any Does Not General Currie conviction that every on Page Canadian Are Anxious to Get Away From Vladivostok E. Canadian Frews April 15. is great among the Canadian corps with that the Canadian will toe withdrawn from embarkation com- the middle of the Two companies of. the imperial bair tali on of now at and Krasnoyarsk are coming to stok as garrison the shire battalion remaining at General Elmsley will remain here Hi Second Division Leaving April is officially an- that the first units will start before the middle of the tion of the division H V -Ei France to England began last
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