You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Winnipeg, Manitoba TODAY'S WEATHER FAIR AND Temperatures 39.1; 18.2. CO O c 2 C MOVEMENT CONTINUES The strike of Liverpool dock which threatened to delay the of has been VOL APRIL 1919. MORNING EDITION 22 STATEMENT Treating Italians as if They Are Barbarous States Country's Case PREMIER GOING TO ROME Feeling Runs High in or is word of Demonstrations April ment issued by Premier Orlando today says the 01 the Italians to quit the It merely states Italy's case the Dalmatian j and does appear in the of an King Albert's To i of Esteven f April sponse lo an appeal by the ladies of the of to inent men in the British empire and among the allied forces for souvenirs to be raffled at a monster lea party for trie benefit of widows and King Albert of Belgium sent lo the local president of the Mrs. a handsome Sold spoon engraved with the royal The gift was accompanied by a letter expressing King Albert's of Canada's in the in re- the lively sympathy shown lo Belgium by the Canadian lias pleasure in granting the request thai you have addressed to him in ON STRIKE your letter of February 28." Wheat City is Alone Remains on Police Out TEAMSTERS TO QUIT WORK The Day at the Capital Premier Orlando declares that I Seeb New officers to Carry Wilson's proclamation is an attempt to place the in opposition to the 1 is adds the if were a barbarous a. democratic The premier rebukes the pre- sident for addressing himself to the Italian people over the head on Work of Settlement Allege Waste of Want Undesirable ers Kent Out Moose April the 01 the Italian and j closing session of the third annual 5 he never considered the convention of the Saskatchewan Groat States bound by treaty of but tl Italy's case is based rather on right and For Italy's Safety i ne ihei War a tomorrow condemning the present soldiers purpose taking a strike v Other Unions Taking Strike Works Men Stop Work Today April com- plete deadlock exists between the city council hero and the civic the members of which body one strong walked out on strike at II a.m. street cars are in the j There is only the chief left on the I police and three men on the I tire who have been left there by the union to look after emergency In fact practically every em- ployee of the city is out on with the exception of the heads of and those at the water the pumping station come out at eleven o'clock morrow At a meeting of the union held tonight a sympathy strike vote was and it was unanimously decided to come out on strike tomorrow this will affect between ninety and one hundred The situation is hourly becoming more serious and the probability of other federated i is joining in sympathy strikes is i than i Others May Join The metal trades federation will j for I The men at Report Strongly Re- commends City to Go heartedly Into Business DUPLICATION IS COSTLY STAFF April the opinion of western members the new Dominion Franchise which will .be brought into the House this will be based on broad British That is to that regard will be had for Canadian and the new act will be devoid of many of the objectionable features which made the Time act Otherwise there may be a split in the Union and that means not only and but the In the question of the franchise is as pregnant of deep controversial potentialities as is that of the That there must be a new franchise act does not appear to be seriously controverted on either side of the That it must be enacted this session is in spite of the suggestion of Hon. Rodolphe to the effect that as elections were not contemplated it would be well for the government to the contentious measure for the present No man can predict in these times when an election will be and if one were to bo precipitated at the present time it would have to be run under the War Time and 1C it were held act it will lapse with the TVar the old act of 1908 would have to be resorted and that is ive for several There of a necessity for a Dominion and secondly necessity for Dominion The conferring of the franchise on women by the federal it is shall be as wide as is one of the chief reasons for the necessity of a Dominion Prince Edward Island has no women's In Nova Scotia it is 3n New Brunswick the same is In Quebec female franchise has not been which had been awaited with Limerick Strike to Men Granted Concessions Figures Annual to City Over Present System Would be Over April 24 stake which has in progress in Limerick for some time is to be called off the military authorities having made slight sions to the at the request of the mayor and Bishop of The strike committee is now con- j these The strike leaders visited the tary posts this but found the lines had not been changed to meet their early demands and went into conference on the The definite action of the committee will be announced by Food has been plentiful and strike notes have not yet been as the leaders say they have plenty of so Gathered in Great Force at Board of Trade Building Last Night TALES OF EARLY DAYS Red River Danced by a Pioneer Lady of 96 Years With Partner Aged 81 and is unlikely to In Ontario the four western inces have the In addition to the above provincial discrepancies manhood suffrage in the provinces varies while under present conditions very many minion subjects never have a vote at Dominion For take the case of Toronto or The qualifications call for residence of one year in the and of a certain time in the A name may be on the if he moves across the street into another polling district prior to the election he cannot The ease of the Methodist clergy is also These men on Voluntary Aid to the Welcome Home Fund is Coming Forward Slowly The Free Press Welcome Home is gradually the total reached yesterday 51.067. It still very far away from the says Premier for safety not only boundary of the protection on her eastern flank occupation of the line of Mont The resolution tention of the act. and that wider S i powers be given local was also recorded the The right of alarm at the alleged great should permit the population to j of public money in the their wish to enter the Italian of the characterizing land settlement board and asking for This will about 150 tne 525.000 necessary for the purpose of the homeward vie a complete reorganization of with a complete new slate of to carry on work in accord with the meet for en and to characterize Italy's j rLS outrageous expenditures for the to the liver which for centuries her j clause in the form of an has reconstructed would contain within boundaries than any other The statement of Premier Orlando with a declaration of warm friendship for the United States Text of Orlando's is the text of Premier Orlando's Kalian gation counter sitions had been received from British premier and which had their aim the conciliation of con- which were concerning Italian territorial munt was inserted calling the government to appropriate an amount sufficient to meet the them to So far the only word received from Ottawa is a message to the Trades of all qualified soldier settlors within this afternoon in the hall the Pa a message from the of the United States in which he his own thought on ono of j to the rns own en one 01 ute zravost problems which has been of the I three years of also urged a. mini- mum pay in the Saskatchewan civil service of per month for single men and 5100 for married Want Loan to Start in A resolution submitted by the van asking the government to provide Cor an industrial loan to re- sponsible returned men who desire to enter into on tho same basis as farm passed without sion or a dissenting The last resolution passed ed a policy of immigration favoring immigrants and excluding all and those not calculated to make good British union will also j battalions the reception they ought to the same Tho j letter One Who Was printed makes one Trades and Labor council have taken all unselfishness and self-sacrifice belongs to the men in hand the interests of the It looks a bit like it when the folks at who have had and declare they arc prepared to back j safety with prosperity because of the sacrifice of the are tardy in chipping witn a dollar or This an invalid from wounds dollar to the fund in order that his when they reach the warm welcome which has been in their thoughts and Labor council from H. L. Draper the weary years of to the effect that the minister of who feol tney can afford to give a dollar or even to are urged to fill in the accompanying coupon today and send it to the Free Press so that the committee know what funds they have at disposal for the purposes of the All subscriptions will be acknowledged in this Free Press Welcome Fund Free Press subscribers are to help along this de- a fill out and to the Free with the amount is working for a conciliation board to adjust the men's The union is a strike lelm at out their point of A large meeting of the strikers at which 100. were waa held Tle directly constitutes surely an in i 5 to but f j cord it a so that j my own I may follow in- j wines which Delegate of attempted to was out of order by the Seek Equality of Equality of pensions and the free treatment for totally disabled were the subjects of two that were tins President who is one of the discharged men involved in tho in Mr. strike has started orderly manner and i want it remain so. There We arc the people but the We arc still willing to meet the but this time they must come to Water to The first matter discussed was the question of the water supply when the men from the pump works out The feeling of tho meeting was that the hospital must have it and the men are prepared to haul water It was said that I it is the and the from whom the water must be shut for soon as they feel the pinch they will the It was decided that in the event of flro the all turn out and H was also this meeting that the military authorities on NAME AMOUNT milk for Winnipeg was brought a decided step nearer when the report of R. D. Toronto was presented to the special meeting of tho city's health This keen contained facts figures covering the whole i from a municipal standpoint as i members pointed showed that the only solution to cheaper milk for the citizens of Winnipeg lies -in the unification of the two de- livery systems in the city anil the running of one largo plant under municipal Figures given below show that the expert recommends of only cents between the price paid to producer and fhe price con- Tins if would save the citizens over 2 cents per with the elimination of duplication such as now exists by the presence of more than one delivery would mean milk at 3 cents per quart cheaper than ihe present Against Hughes recommends that the ducer be paid more in order to en- courage the milk producing industry rather than allow it to continue on the downward Half a. million dollars is tlie sum required to be spent by the city to install municipal ownership as re- This sum is considered to be much cheaper than most people had members of the city council that at such a price the scheme would be a paying proposition from the Another important factor ed at yesterday's meeting was the altitude of the committee ing to pay anything for The members indicated by the trend of their remarks that they would be willing to take over existing plants at their straight appraisal A summary of the whole situation shows purchased in RAILWAY Opposition Amendments Re- Ships for Con- With Gov. Railway The banquet of j the 1SG6--70-S5 Red j River and the Trail I of the Canadian in the Convention haJl of the Hoard of Trade last be a able event in the history of H was a rallying of the and pioneers and their descendants i ed to keep alive that spirit thai has April to in- corporate ihe Canadian vince the great prairie One saw virility of the the vigor those had blazed the trail of civilisation in those early and who the call of country and Empire left the in Die furrow and went to 1'end homo and land in Railway company once more j there were no cheering when ed the attention of parliament was nothing but the stern re- but The opposition to certain i solve of duly ad patriotism to of the measure was them than on Seven amendments were presented the some of which ivas Differences of opinion werp expressed as to the measure of con- over the directorate which and the should there some dis- cussion the policy and a demand by the op- position for a definite declaration of policy on the part of the Hon. J. D. in ed that the new under construction were to used in connection with the National About half the clauses the act had disposed ot when the house was Riven on the evening adjournment of the personnel of the special committee the which will inquire into the ment of search ii industrial scientific i Canada and today brings approximately per j year to the producer and is sold at a. profit to the handlers of or a profit after deducting 30 per for expenses of Figured out at one cent loss per quart the figures sold at a profit of 7 per and 30 per as operating there would be a. net fit of 77.503. Expert Congratulated Mr. was warmly lated on the exhaustive nature of his report and the committee decided that copies of it shall printed and ratepayers as soon as it has been by the city of- the Offers From Who Was the Kree Press fund received SI Thursday with the ing Dear Free know how the boys overseas will feel when they get to know you are doing for the in this come I was at- Second and have not since had i committee be held next day and in the meantime copies of the on page report will so to each member of A special meeting of council wnl likely be called and as the on- PRINCE ALBERT ASSIZES MAY CONTINUE TILL JUNE Trial of Mysterious Murder Case Will Monday Interest in cases oil the That spirit was there and with it. was the spirit that accompanied a song and that could en- joy the Red River jig with as much zest when the day's done it they had not been employed in that lite whose difficulties those who lead the way iu the developed land can It was a reminiscent and recollections were vividly recalled as one saw ihc jig danced by an old lady of 9G with a partner of Approximately a company of 9oO sat down to the dinner under the pre- sidency of Joseph who wore on his breast the ribbon with the bars for the Fenian Raid and the Red River W. the of the Army and Navy also lias thu and it is believed there is but another wearer ut the bars in the then The menu was descriptive of the viands of the early if the served were of the modern days there was real mican on the and if some only tasted what they carried away will be a rare souvenir of life in i the bygone Tne came from the Hudson's Bay com- pany and was specially in the dinner who and those who liked sample which lovers the weed used in the pioneer days lo flavor their those who liked could have tasted Red Hiver a sackful of the plaut made having be docket of the Kings Bench court here a order of Will Remain Loyal Aily if these are to be considered as addressed to outside of tho governments represent them (I might say the I deep regret in recalling this heretofore applied government equalize the for all members of tac C F irrespective of and to increase the present scale of pensions to returned men and to the dependents of de- ceased introducing the motion of free medical treatment Italy's Case for Fiume and Dalmatia as Set Forth Officially Before Peace Conference totally disabled one delegate considered the suggestion might be advanced is today ior the first time to a which tat been and intends to bavins formerly a loyal ally of the Better financial might use the a theory that their pensions should be This was Orlando says that he SOon crushed by complain that such a message who was very to the Italian nation nad on the equality and at the very moment it was an absolute the allied and associated ors ivere with the Italian Free the help of which The resolution was then put and appreciated in j which requested the Dominion serious heretofore command to make an earnest elfort to discussed in intimate and complete llavo provision made for free medical and during he should tbe of have thu right to complain if the de- Another which was of the presidential I was that the have the purpose to oppose the i urge that representations Italian to Italian i be to the provincial government it would misconstrue succession and the high degree of fees jn tho lands titles office on the tho Italian people has at- t .CK of who have died .in and democratic and liberal tn strongly against unjustly offensive to my on Justice he be remitted up to the i of where such estate s to the relatives or that such legislation cover ho died during the Child Burned to -y April f Mrs. H. To oppose the Italian and would be to ad- B that this free nation I j submit to the yoke of will other j to cover the estates of all its and 1 should be forced wh Merely Relied on Justice daughter of Mrs. Wilson's g. met deatn yesterday 1'remior Orlando says it when she fell into a large to demonstrate that and was frightfully beyond certain of her body was in his menage violate young a few hours must be upon founded new Liberty among and that he never denied 1 him tlie justice to ir. tlu they bad ho hud j relied upon the formal a treaty by which he Wilson was not but on upon which j j Orlando deplores that the admitted and truth arc the uf no man and that all men The j he points lias had to mind many and j docs think himself lui it to it Says Application I as unjustified the j in his makes of his Kalian is impossible for me in a I nature to repeat the ca are notified that 12 o'clock noon today is the latest hour we will Classified and in- sertion in Saturday's Classified MANITOBA FREE PRESS CO. LTD. Italy's case for the possession of that portion SJ of the Dalmatian coast included in the Treaty of arid the Port of is set forth length in the memorandum submitted to the Peace Conference in March Toy the Italian The argument of the memorandum is herewith The frontier of the Julien including Istria from Pola to in tho kingdom reduces but does not eliminate Italian Adriatic This can only be eliminated by restoring to Italy an adequate part of Conditions have and Italy can now herself to demanding not tlie absolute possession but the freedom of that that is to she will not exclude a state from possessing a part of tho Adriatic claiming for herself not but not than she needs to ensure her peace of mind and eliminate foreign The Treaty of London gives to Italy sq. of the total area of which is sq. and 44 per of the population of while of the whole coast from Fiume to the Boyana Italy win only have That is to that the have times as much of the coast ae and will have more than half of the population and half of the total area of Dalmatia and its At this point the document attempts to destroy the Austrian according to which Dalmatia contains only us against This time the electoral results mean even if historical right and national reality were Italy could not for reasons of safety in the future renounce having a of Italy be threatened from Dalmatia if the whole of it fell whereas Italy's claim to a part ot Dalmatia threatens The memorandum then claims the sation of the part of the coast and of the isles assigned to other including stretches of the coast not neutralized by the Treaty of together with an absolute veto of all armaments on lund and on The memorandum then turns to the special question of Russia's defection imposed on Italy a much greater burden than that stipulated in the Treaty of intervention did nothing to relieve the pressure on whereas on the Western front it more than compensated for Russian Not only Trieste but Fiume must cease to function in favor of the indirect German domination of the If Fiume does not it will be one point of possible German on the Leaving on one side tho damage to Trieste which would result from the competition of a Fiume or a Plume not under Italian sovereignty to the economy of the resulting upon the inevitable attempt to deflect all of its to a non-Italian it is necessary to insist on the anti-German part Italy alone can play a part can be played in such a way as to benefit the Croatian and Hungarian At this point the memorandum insists on the natural aptitudes and the technical resources services and more Trieste could carry without but Fiume would be ruined if deprived of Italy's Freights from Fiume would be much loiver if Fiume and Trieste worked The economic interests of are then The memorandum then proceeds to explain why Fiume was given to Croatia in the Treaty of At that time the fall of the burg Monarchy was not it was therefore natural that to a population of inhabitants one independent Adriatic port should be but Italy's decisive of 191S hus effectively destroyed this Only an etat de which sponds to an etat could Fiume be given to the new Besides Buccari and fact unforeseen in the Treaty of has at her disposal other outlets in the Lower outlets which it of Napoleon Jacobs of the same It was alleged that son made threats as to the animal because running at large and as he has had a tered bull and was anxious to pre- serve the duality of his stock he had been very much It is believed the Roberts murder trial will commence next There are 52 crown witnesses and many for the Roberts was overseas and discharged on account was aware of the character Immediately before him a typical Red River with its Indian pony resting tor a meal after the trek over thf prairie Also in the middle of hall was In- dian tepee in all the bizarre coloring the Redman while young men and women flitted around doing duty of attendants in the garb of of the ther western cver brought to the police of Western Following this case the Creek will take and it will well June before the present court is ed. was proud lo have done thing t-o the building of the present modern city of The company generally was seated at three one being ior and lor the gunboats maybe expected within a. short The Bolshevik are reported to In front platform wore tables for the and for the auxiliary to the Army and Navy the latter be ins gracefully decorated with Over the table appeared the we 1919." Tho Toast The toast list was entered mediately after the but though there were some of them stories of the experiences of the the old timers not there to listen only to no hcw They there fun anu of a seafaring nation like which by ind Trieste at the entire dis- was thought would oe reserved for ing both Fiume an of the hinterland would conciliate in the best possible fashion her own interest with those of the commercial clientele of the two After the concessions which Italy is ready to make in order to guarantee the trade interests of the hinterland at and the memorandum emphasises the fact that these two ports have got to serve the tries and and that they will only be able to accomplish this difficult mission if entrusted to the one Power which is outside and above tlie political and economic tions of all these It not the memorandum proceeds to that Croatia needs Croatian trade in the port represented only 7 per the remainder from other and especially The total trade of Bosnia and govina in the port of Fiume hardly reached 13 per the remainder towards the ports of Lower The carrying of the now that it is no longer undertaken by companies subsided by could not be carried on by a new state which sent such a small part of its trade into Italy is the one Power capable of under- this First probably at a Trieste and Fiume will be able to work supplementing each other's f and The memorandum then once again em- Italy's efforts and her and asserts that those who oppose iter demands do not do so for any objective and intrinsic but only as a result of paying too much tion to the claims of the South At this point the Peace Conference is reminded that tho same South Slavs fought to the last against Italy and up to the very last were to form their state within the orbit of the Italy foresaw the possibility of opposition tho part of comrades in arms to the execution of the agreements and for this reason with a. which was at that time much a transaction a with regard to the points in The Italian as it then stated in put for- ward a minimum of claims in the Treaty of at the samo time calling the attention of the new Allies to the possibility of an which has now taken on such grave the document has the right Lo expect that her moderate which correspond to her rights and to her and which are to such a great extent by the will of the interested should be fully REDS MASSING FORGES Action Along Dvina Kiver is Expected Soon April 24. The ice in the Dvina river has begun breaking up near the junction of the River and according to information action by Bolshevik with the aid of the i band under tho direction of be massing considerable forces in the i every opportunity sector south of The fronts the band piny a well are generally AIR RECORD Over Seven Thousand Enemy Aircraft Brought Down in Two Years April air ministry has an record of the work of the air force during the It states before the the air force ed of 137 and selected but they when required supply music for the j dance now and ed the no of could cither the or the music lor the Red River tiddler was there when that time and among those who tried their skill or renewed their youth was more earnest than Mrs. Burrows and man ot Manitoba while en- manager uf the Army 1.04-7 there wcr Novy veterans held his own with who 27.906 of- at ground Watchman Loses His Life In Fire in Tunnel them a will j the As a variation Capt. i gave an imitation a Zulu in all the resplendent slory of court dress with assegais and Tbc supplied selection be- tween and there was a song by Comrade Tom The in opening the April men were in the Connaught Tunnel on Monday at the outbreak of the welcomed old settlers of fire which held up through trans- i River and the pioneers 01' portation on the Canadian Pacific j Rupert's Land and recalling the railway that known cause In SO drums of gasoline and kerosene used in mining machine LIVERPOOL STRIKE i April The dock strike was settled this Tne grievances of the dock workers are to be i Hospitality in Bygone Days 1 Alexander in the Kiver Valley to the early days when toba was pictured as one big iceberg with polar and relied life and of the on
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.