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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME XII. LETHBIUDGE. ALBEHTA. AHUL 'J, 191'J XUMBKU Iiolsheviki Are Again Defeated! MORE CHICAGO WOMEN VOTED THAN OF COURSE MEM DID TOO >RCKANCEL, April forces again the allied positions along the railway near Odozerskaia and an aiuult against lines east of BoErfhola-Ozera both places repuUed, Along the railway front enemy irxm right flank, but was met by a severe fire from p. funs and sHillery that he speedily retired with heavy losses. L enemy is apparently striving to take Odozerskaia before the t'ww, which i.i approaching, makes roads impassable and c him to withdraw from Bolshoia-Ozera, which Ii a long way from awthsvik base with wh'ch it connected only by a winter road, vr is virtually In the spring. 'Along the Dvira and Vega fronts, the situation unchanged. Hacks Body Tu and Ai (cnipU lo The i Kemains AT OXT. Young Man Was Kt- ly Con- fession uf Guilt 'STRIKES ANDCOUNTEfc ISTRIKES BRING ABOUT SERIOUSHUNOUTLOOK CHICAGO. April 2.--Tlu'. pro- nounced wel volt! in liic olccliou! here ycslcvday was said by sonal liberty leaders mark! llic actual beginning of a cain-i paign lo rcpiulble luilional pro-1 I liibition. The wcl vole was 301 mid tlie'jJry 111.U32. F6m- oiil of every five men volei! wd and Ilircc out' of every five women did the Spartacides Use Strike Weapon BERLIN, April (via air the labor forces cf Germany are cither striking or are going to strike as a result agita- tion-, carried on by rndependent-Socialists and Sparticides. who are euc- cceding in their efforts to induce workers to make increasingly Impossible demands. They have partially persuaded mine guards on duty In ths Ruhr district to protect Ihe pits to prevent miners from descending. The situation everywhere is considered serious and it is eatd that aim of the Sparticides Is purely political, having its object the overturning of the present government ar.d-the caUblUiiment of Bol- shevism. Sanguinary engagements have occurred at Kastrop, In phalia, according to the Tageblatt A procession of which on its way to the office of the Kastrop Anzeiger, clashed with public security guards and several were killed and wounded on bMh it is said. fcli house, her H H s UtMV.MA.VVlU.K. Oat. April 2.- Mrs. JteRim -waa brutally liie village of 1U from ibis an-J her soa, is in jai! heryvon a charge oi nwtrJ-l The crime -war, of inosl slwK-t! ing nature aod tho details are salo" 101 !iRre been furnished liv the; accused himself. Tim ileaJ liariy vzs found Ij-injr in ijzcliyard, of Uie -J'opelaivJ resi- dency High County (Xjnstable Kici.ard .iarrjF. of Bo wiu an villa, ar- rived on to roate the arrest, fit rorpocJo to a froii nighbort, of thjs CoFelamla la el ad wnnctiefi Ilia ac cnserl dnis bis body out of til? jiyuFc into yarO, toM ihe Jifgh consublft Was I hit the son quarrelled with mother over a. pocket of liij'which lie had. to set it Ji" 'dade s. 3 slashed few abdomen 3 ptctf-lo van -Oat-rot-ihe i aa we and struck Uli It 1 Ihul ht tten and cjt her rn nn'rnaU b'jtli tnc fctiife arid., tiDiiig in tJie operation. -The iraEte. werfl 'cut out and Ihrown into the jslDve. Ltolh 6' her ami? vcre 'ciit.'aff with the trunk of (rip 13d. rfre tne FTOTC uround ihem. Tho "sw-i TTR? lighier with tbe apparent purppEe of destroying the of ih-- crime, lint" r ?.-yluralily of Robi H M. Democrat, his near'sl cotipeluv that the city; wet a majonly Tha 'otal vote' for, mayor- was out t A registration of _ V Jie mayoraHy election four years ago "honapson defeated SwellztT by rnor s privy Kckert, of liie] foreigii office; Franzecky and j .Alahor of1 tbe war" ministry.} and Capl. the navy. The 1 foreign governments represented were Great Britain. "France, Norway and Holland, which in represented by Chev- 1S Preparing a report of the tele- all er Van Harvard, the minister here. s-vstem df ihe Province lo mdke _ !a complete statement on the physical Brussels Was Captured valuation of plant at this session, At the opetihig of the investigation! premier Charles Stewart Attorney Roc-hal, for the commission, ihouse today in discussing tlie.eslimates gave a description of (he Ac-1 for tivil expenses. Mr. this rejwrt, the British CVor, promised IliPt all the infbrmu- [in !-f 31 wurdf in which' lhaj, party in pre.M being iWisivcly J Uii fSihccirsl to 'the lleralil) N KD5IOXTON, April Premier Stewart expressed it as his opinion in the legislature Tuesday night that Ii] the new council tbe Demo-! hold all positions with short hours craul have a substantial major- comVaralively easv work' (or re- Uy the RepubllcaTis, the hotly) turned'men who are nnRt ves ol) other work. The premier said J up of represented ___m parties. The Democrats' v I will a strong voting strength of hat is By Mead 251n llie ncw of-Jap" Delation in 'MI WAUKKE. April LV-So- in "MllwauliCe county were it the judicial contests yester- .y ranfiins from to The lUraM'l OTTAWA, April the Weplern Dom'Lnion Railway has in I actual operation 35 miles of rail- road in 1921 it will lotc its char- ter, i After a prolonged diicussiop, in which Buchanan, of Leth- bridge; .Hugh Shaw, of Macleod, :and ctners demanded a show- from the this pro- position went through the railway committee. Meisrs. Buchanan and Shaw wanted-the louthern end of the road started first, tt it was most needed. The representative of the railroad assured them that con- struction-would be started-from Calgary.south and.Plnchcr Creek EH Ilin n O nil and.PlneWr Creek 11 A Nil K I- UV i simultaneously and "that all U. Anu p.b. Hi. Nothing Definite Yet Says Prem- ier Estimate Delayed to The EDMONTON'; April will be inipossible for the telephone'e steamer Brussels, under command or Capt. cncoinHered tlie sub- marini commaml ol Lieut- Uou .that is available so ,tjc laid before Ihe house wJiert tele- yhone estimates are that Ticiai! PARIS, April l Aiiatlc naUon couhl happy In sharp f. league oT tixtxms in Trhic'n racial dlscrini'natloii is ma Harr.n head (he (IciCjfation lo ttio poace conference, de- rlarerl in a sialchicni to rcl Tresa ca the r.ot UKI proud to fcaron isaiil, vf. arfl promt B- place of admitted -iTif ITJ witL'.pns oy more nations. Wo want nothing Uut lo U 100. 5e of the returned iohliors' snrvey now ope of tli liTwaij nu of- j -Tspait jlo.ii J.ft Jyln u v( nsltiVhs lo hiSifll >lii order, IhPhftron a'd'le'-f. -lapan does not Triali.j lift to force hor'tehm-crs jw .nrifl. this qitealion fii itRfi' for Mch nation (o Trlth (I- araUublc for such positions 'and that the Provincial Soldiers' sion..Had- been instructed to keep in! touch with liim for the purpose of ob-j laming men lo fill such positions. Sir. Stewart thought that many of the returned men might be trained as stenographers to take "positions as secretaries and clerks fn tho various He had noted that they were discussing a in OfUwa and had marie, promise to the foregoing effect. His positioti was lhat all positions which become open should go to returned men able to lake them. With the coming home of more soldiers, it wonht lie au easier mailer in the future lo fill portions in this manner. hj! Peace Conference Big Kouf Are Dealing With Reparation and Boundaries Copt, Guffer, on March 28, 1915. eight tion. The premier stateO that J. U. miles west of LIio'Maas lightship off Wray. the consiiHing'lelephoiie' dngin- ihe coast Luf llplland. was allesydjccr. who is preparing ihe report was called to. D. C., anil was expected hack on -March 24ih, hut has 7iot yet arrived. Mr. Stewart said (iiat Ibe physical v.ilualion of the plant, so far includes plants in all the cities towns but that it will not be possible have the valuation of the rnral line's reaay before tho e'nd of the session..- 1J Ur. G. D. Stanley, High Hive again the Prom tor concerning his of the Llrnssels contained (his .entry: previous statement in the house, that "When I -saw. him, F steered directly i the Kdmonton. Unavegan and British for Coluurbia railway: niight bo British and United States notes OK over' by the federal: gucni- the decision of the j ncg'utinlions were pending read. Tho attor- hetween Mr. JlcArthur, the' railway that Capt. Fryait attempted to ram the Capt. FVyatt and the Brussels were captured by the Ger- mans, in J'jne-I91Gd The captain was first ordered confined at Kuhlbcu. Later, he was'brouglit before :i court- martial at Bruges, found guilty and executed. Statements made by Capt. Fryait maintained that he ivied to gei from the submarine. German officers testified, however, that the log ney explained that Great Britain ha romplninctl thai the Uniled States 1 promoter, and the federal government poMiblc. The charter.; from' Calvary nrtrtti out. Mr. Buchanan wanted to know if tht .company had Mcaraneet of the boundary. T he rep jrese ntati ve of the. rai I way would.not tay, tut .clared: would" no wJth1 an The of action a Imply means .that'the road must be built or quit. If it daetn't have In actual operation by 1921, off head. Mehsherik Out Railway -Men Lithuanians Also _ _ _ LOXDp.V, April Reports that a tevoltition against tlie eovietx govern- ment has broken out in Petrognui'Erc; supported by an official Russian wire- less dispatch received here which says that tiiftre is -striktr of waymen in the Pctrograd region. The snch a not permitted, legal represcnta-j completion of tho "deal awaiteV only id uie teaerai government it iH was prompted by (he coiisjiiumalmlt .-that Menshevffc anti Uie'Soclal-ReToluiion-- minister, presuro- Thc'Prefn- iHAiEFAieei i rThf Japonwe mlnistp' warn j{ ijic' U AiMloanfe ol docui China cmsca loss to [nlcrtsls. Jupan will 1 reifoniible (or retail sovem- liiS fnrlhtt pMtfMM tie can- pitbltotkm of >frtt- CMfM'Jind Japan. British Agree- Chink Tfkltti were not pnbtiSBtfl'offi- tall, .in stf.ft tnitt Apni c'cMOraVp i1' Wll on wax sinounrKl t RAYMOND FARMERS WIU BE SEEDING BY END OF THIS WEEK (From Our Own Correspciniciit) RAYMOND, Apr. Is today. Seeding wilhbtgin latter of the COTTfN 0tC -LONDON, April tion of the question of reparation and the disposition of the Rhine valley was continucd'by the coun- cil of four, comprising the pre- of Grtat Britain, France and Italy and President Wilton, when the session of council re- today. It Is understood to be; probable that at teast three more cfays will be occupied with these subjects. Foreign Secretaries PAIliS, April atatemniit issued by the official press bureau says: "A -meeting .it wfiich ,Mt1. Ijalfom. 51. Pyson. -Mr. Lansing. Baron Son- nino and Daron Makino were present was held Joilny at the Quai from S lo bM o'clocli. "Thj conclusions of tho commis- sion on Czechoslovak affairs were lion at the coiirl-mtmial, although the I the signature of th United Hiales was then in charge Sir Robert Uordeil British interests; fn Germany. Tlie ier replied tliaL the extent of his know- .government, however, would j ledge was that negotialinns of' I his the defendant to have only ono j naliire were pciulfug; he i'uuld -give allomcy, v.-hb was present ir> the per- no as DrogfesS. SLOU of Major of Bruges. I In .answering another question rela- German Evidence j Uvc to the government having paid then read this "ex- the interest on thc_ bonds of this rail- tract from the testimony the court- way to prevent default, the premjer martial: _ j slated tiinl the procedure had been "The first witness, testified to give the company authority lo Dial lheU-33 liaiiert a stcanier while majco llic payments. However Iherc about to suhmerge and sigiiailed it to [was no difference "in the cheques. ptop Instantly oil pain of n shot from1 Uic Bubmsrine. The Brussels, how- he said, 'evidently had seen the PEACE DELEGATES ii arics. Tho Hussiaii wireless reads: "There 3s no transport, and consc- luently there is nt> bread tn_Petno- [1. Ttic "Meuslieviki and ih'e taUcd Kevoluiloiiarles me tlie raihvaymcn and railway communi- cation has been stopped. "Tlie Sqcint-Revolutioiiaries arc the agents of Dcnekine, Kolchnk and tilled ipHHtilliilt." Lithuanians Revolt STOCKHOLM, April popu- lation C3 the Litfcuauiiiir (UWDB rnilkhais, Trakaia and lAndram volteil against the Bolshevik! on 3laiTh 3, drove aM-ay the scvieis and Elroyed their administrative according lo advices from Koyno to- day. tro.ops armed anil many of them were.l including All- PARIS, April appeal from the death sentence of............._____ _.................... L'ollin. the asuailanl thtir three children, Premier Ckmenotan, has were Browned in tit 4 hy the Tevi'sioMTy c.-.--.-- c6urlmirtial. An appeal to the court 11! cessation Invited- to the peace conference to viiit the refloni of northern Frvrce on Ft planned it, take Ihe deleted to the tor- mer bffftle zone An a train which will leave Paris night, to Lens, Arrm) and Other, citlw Oil manufactur- ing which- suffered from the ffl UP IN BELGRADE LONDON, Aoril The new- paper Vetcherni Lityyf of Agram, Jugoslavia, to a wire-- dFspatch 'from an- nouncis that the Kara- hat been an< a republic proclaimed in Xlg r.iprtal of Serbia, and FIRE DESTROYS MILLION DOLLARS OF COTTON S.C.. April S.-fKire In warehouses last night destroyed over' Ijales of Cotton -Vlth clamaKO ransert' Iwses estlmatei! ai1 raiivt Ihfln .-''t' WILSON CANNOT HAKE VISIT TO DUiLIN DUBLIN', April lord msjor lias received a message froni President; Wilson expressing regret Uiat the con- p.tanl pressure of enxagements prevented frota accepting Ihe lord mavor's invltation-to.visit receive Ihe freedom of, ihe FINN, GOVERNMtNT CIOIT .COPENHAGEN, April The Finnish joveraawiit has in. of Its defea1 at tke r scent elcetton, II atinovr.ettl hi a dispctcb recelreil today: from fors ;