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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME Xll. LETHBWDGE, ALBERTA, TUUHSDAY. APRIL 3, 1919 M-MBER Decide to Enter Appeal Against Jadrment In the Salt Case Big Meeting of Ratepayers Sup-[ ports Town Council in This Action Judgment is Oppressive And! Would Mean increase of Ten Mills Tax Hale -firjiecuil tri Tlie 1 CAHDBTOX, April the call! of Mayor U'. R Pitcher, u monster; rate-layers meeting was held at Cards- ton on .Hunday [n; ihe Court All available seats were taken, and jnany people were standing. The nicei-' ing was thoroughly the tax jiayors willim the municipal- i'ly of the Canlston. amrprob- alily thirds cf the' rateable firon- orly represent oil. It was tlic largest and jnesl hannoiiious ratepay- ers msetiog ever held of the ftu and other On the stand were Jiayor W. K. I'itctrer, Counclhupii Pro'wn, Spencer, Card, Humnier, also or Jacobs and' Secretary-treasurer TKb mayor- on arising, stated tho' meet lug was which was lo get the_ united desires Tatepayers'-w.ltti reference to the .very .-large and oppressive judgment, which had been banded to tnti town in the case' of Rglt.vs Town of Cardston, nvberein judgment liail oso'n in the sum-of 10.000.04 to Mr, Sail Against tlie town marine as foltbivK: J'aii'.'aiul sufferiitg en EC 2uOO.O'J ol ISQO.OO J'erni'anftnV 4500.00 _ the lo freely their ,views and requested lhat Solicitor a state- j. i which was very clearly IKorqughly "descnbed. He il.claim was for Freedom of Press Gone in Germany; Socialize Papers MUNICH, April (Associat ed newtpaperi were told today; that they were "given thrtc- if thyey wiih lo continue derations; The adap- tion of communism or state ownership. Thit announce- I merit was made by the newly ap- pointed economlg ministry who ntrntd at the instance of the liter of th- interior to handle the socialization' of the Dr. Neurath has announced he wllL make snergetic'use c-f the powers conferred upon the diet and lays that papers shall henceforth belong to the employ- efts, the city or and myst decide for one of the three. The 'bour-goise newspapers will be permitted only limited political freedom and-will not. have the riyht lo maKe political utterances. Th'ey will be allowed to publish only educational and advertising articles. The communist parties wiH have theNright to political freedom press. Editors not Ventured to wswsr ths announcement of Dr. Mi: u rath, since pressure exerted upon them effectually prevents public utterances. NO, COMMUNIZATION OF HUNGARIAN WOMEN Bela Kun Says Idea Is Preposterous and Denies Report comliliuEs. TutTe arc licv.vcver. 5 ho declare llu: GOveriiiiiLMit will endure a moiitli, it IxMriz pointed uu( that iis success will W "dependent iiixin army to esUMi U curridor from Kiev lo lluilancsi bv vvav of llessarabia HUHAras'T, Hungary, via Vienna, (AstorialeJ Budapest is orderly ami i! government Is imtting forth every effort lo stabilize GOveriiiiiLMit will endure a moii tlio success of Hie Itusbhuf Jiolshcvik anil llukowliia. Ik-la Kun. Hie foreign nilniijU'r, recelvos liundre'o of tolegrjnis of an official nature evvry day, among them being messages from I.ellinc. Ihe liusfiau ISalMicvik lie ucwfpaiietnicn frceiv, lias orden-cl lliai llieir bu censored for Ihe rurpa.-e or the material lo sent over al- ready crowded as well as lo eliminate fealures. Kun. was lormerlv a secretary of J.enlne. js most anxious to'dtny Deports- relalive la llic cominunizulion ol vaiucii in Hungary, dccinrcs lo Ho alto denies rumors of assasciiatioiu and du-orderi-. Of the :M ineniFicra' .61 the goveritmeul, 19 JC'.VK. Nanton Man Dead In Room Four Days Before Being Found U.'LKOSJ, Aiiril gruesome i wiis iiKitie in on Moiulay .his. when tlio body of J. R. L-IIS wa.i fo'juil in MA rooms in the _ aiul Coopyr block in very badly j [niio-ed comHtkm. Thu man was; premier Stewart Makes An- nounccment in House in ivjiiyy ami .Saturday, bin thought Keply (o Gen. Stewart v.-ith friends in llic- coun- _________ Wiis on ;i tittle-buying irlji. j bushier lie followed. Satur-jliut It Is Coming, the Premier cvtMihiK.apci-iiliar odor wjs not-1 States, "As Soon as in ihc Tho Janitor thought E LEFJ If Proposal Jjkely To. Be Adopted iiy Big Four ill Peace Conference BAKEg DISCHARGED KILLS THREE MEN ST. LOIJIS. April KrcJerick. G. Fiedler, it lust night shot and killed men, otic his forniL-r employer. anil the fornu-r work- men of u bakery jji the central yart of the city. Fiodter ivas arrcsled nnd, ncconlfjig tu Ihc police, .said he fired at ihe nien'liecadse he hail recently beea disrtiargcd from ihe bakery.'; TV: Stephen Pichon Says Prelimin- ary Peace Terms Likely Heady JJv I'AlilS. Aim! (AsEocialed Press) The couiK'i] of four IMS virtually de- cided. according lo information from I'rciKli sources liiat bank of tlio Uhiue itiM neutralized utiUI Germany paul the imlcinnities rftt_' MI in i j ii u.i it lu limui Sparlacan Uprising There Will fixed by the peace conference. It He Food' COBLENZ. April troops opposite Cablenz bridgehead" began moving-early toward Frankfort, Spartacan volt has causing dlvortkr. J. Before entering Frankfort, which is in neutral', zone, bey end ihe Drench bridgehead bated on May- Jen awarded as 'shore .Thicb.he1 felt, was absolutely wl jti He scribed the accidentjqi Jt that dnving-caUIe Into the town nf Cardslonj and Uut sonle of them alrayert.Off of the highway" and; bridge ami thai was evidently In pursuit of Ihe strayed ;caUIp and rode' his horse down the sleep approach on the sowh directly In In Vcd- DCS day sitting o[ fbe commons. De- velopment of the French river route was urged, by fMirfrles Harrison, lalwr' metaber for N'ipfssiog. ivlia argued! that apart froiu improved navigation, tniB would be a profitable investment for the Dominion on account of (he Prim ruse Not Sir on Bench and on Commission Too I old mjes- I lion of Police Magistrate Primrose sit- member cf-thc-'VovincEal police corn Ingham.was fnuitetl a Divorce conlin- gent'iipon tlie Hieision -of tlie' fu TGApecTto 'Algeria's riaffi to grant divarces. by the i of tlie country. Mr. Harrison's resolution was clarcrt lost. I Bank: Mergers tally, RAIDER WOLF A MERCHANTMAfi Oetting (Together in British Must Ihe Same WA3IUXQTOX. April new "in Grent Britain's industrial sys- tem i3 being fost.erpd by the gorern- moiit, Jbe employers and the declares ths United Htates ehi- yjujfrx fndnltrlai eomrnlsKlDn, sent by the "department of labor, In Its-report .In .Secretary AVllson, StttBR businesamen." said comrfifwton's flndinffs, "mtML'quickly revise thflr metbods, of han'tllins lab- or if Ihe -movement toward radical described In a Bolshevism, is lo be off- In United In said, tlie aumtnary of Ihe commission's Investigation, "in Iho British lalos Ihe and inoRE cmpioycra'.anii TOii.seTyative cm- ployew tpnenr lo he agreed that the spirit of coopfirntlon between labor and capital IR TilRhly desUflble; thai the spirit of-'condllafEon Is imporfxnl Isr the of Ihc employer in stsb rnlsinew anrl Ihc ..pfit employee in his regularly organized thai in collective bargaining the right nifndcil, employer will .twl attempt (to Htiirn to th6 pfp.-war liiHustrlal erA; that Jhfvrffchl inimlol Rmplriyeo wlu iM attempt Id crowd hla, d6- lo Ihc point Ine si.ffir nlus (or.'prlvnln IjiL entcrpf'iae In ftio -iinrl lug "foslcrrtl ii Kcnulncly liflter. is Hius'ho- 'by widely varied clc- of, (Jreat Hrllaln's EX-KMSER KARL AT LUGANO (KronHi wire- Kmimror Charles of who c-flmo' lo Chief -Justice Mather TV Head Committee of Investigation in Canada OTTAWA. April The -Journal today carries the following: "Chief Justice Mather, court of King's Rcnch, Manitoba, will, 1L is act as chairman the commission which Is being appointed by thn government" to investiKale the possibilities of industrial "fcojninU'ees. Involving representation of labor upon (he of industries. Is' ftirtlicr that B. president pfVtbo Can- Hallway, has ask- ed to act on the'TTonimlilce and that it is aliogcther lihViy-.thW he win ac- cept. Thu remairfW or five the commiwitD is to bo' composed of five or se will be announced Ibis atternooit. "TliiEj comniisBicTi Js' to Mm? In getting down, to work, and It h understood wljl' begin Its -irlU Inquiry incd Ihc tnlninf IndMtrf of Xuva Hr and British re-port Is to be In 17, .wlilch mcnt me a i) btTsiries's; This Wm afford A whole ques- tion in ihc ot Cfimrtoni, par- iifiiiK-m is likely (o be flltllmf tonp flflpr that p-esWent of'tlie- (akor congress, not, Epeak today bridge. The proposal to establish the new !ge office held uit during the war, but Geu. Stewart wauled'to know what was Roing to be done about it. He out (hat there was a strong public demand in Let li- fer such an that '.he Lethbridge Board of Trade, tin; Notary Club uml other dc- r it. audT dealt on'the great sf.ving of nioney thatVouM be provided in such a separate sub-. olficu. f It Is Coming Premier Stewart said that the gov- ernment intended to establish possible; tTrtit siricti the propriation: had "been marie all papers had bfera. separated arid since kept so that not a moment wouttl when the oflice say ji'b.Tfcvcr; tiaL fJie hew_ office-wonfd', not, be fcsUbllfhed the liext. legislative" session. merger of the Blink o'f Ottawa and tho 13ank of. Nova .Scotia.; wiiith he 'fended. Ho Ihoiighl (here WHS no dan- ger of a in u.ii ey Irnst. being' created. lion; W. S. Fielding reminded the house SO -banks of 10 years ago had now been rl-diiced to '19. There was 110 ftiieslion. he said, that a fear rxisU that a money trust will be or- TORONTO. April Toronto' to tance of nearly l-'.SOO miles, was________________f inenccil yesterday afleancon from Lea- ganizcd in (he country, hut he thought here by, two Ilarold nutt William Donaldson, IL was. exaggerated. Frank and Francis UcTlne, of whom is a flight officer in the TJntl- from the opposition benches, ed Slates aviation corps and who has both very Critical of the banks, purchased one machines. Th Hon. Hodolpiie Lemieux late iti the afternoon desired (o move the ad- jotirnMent of the house to discuss was backed np by 11. Keinmis 1'iiiclier CreeK, who dealt on tlie reprimand that .Mr. .Primrose lind once received fram a judge. (reneral J, H, Boytc said that while in theory the idea1 of having n member of the police com mission also act as a inagistrnte seetued prac- tice he did rctuhiuk lhat anyone had ever been do: m injiMu t-' Cnmnbell callc; q idea -'pernicious. of the old U. young men intend to e.v at the rate of SOO ending to see the they travel home- ami Ment.-Col. 1'rall in regard to the s ovnrspas. He ruled out1 oT was agreed' lhat tiicise mattci's woulil he discussed OPERATED ON QUEEN MADRID, April Queen Victoria yesterday nmltrwtnt a Flight opera- tion. An announcemont today said the operation was successful. later. The 1: far o'clock adjournment iu of stip- it Ehcivt 'time bcforo'thc G CROW'S NEST PASS RATIONAL HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION FORMED AT GOOQ ROADS'CONVENTION OTTAWA, Gideon mfnister of' labor, in the. senate itocfay announced that Ihe gcverqnient is to nppaint a commission of five mcp, consist- ing of labor men And capitaliits, to study various conditions with Inc object arriving ?t a decisiorvon the feasabllily of Joint control industry. PRESIDED OVER GOOD ROADS CONVENTION MAYOR W. 0. L, HARDIt Who Ilio Gaod llMidis Can- renilon tn Hlalmorc Weilnrsisji Mind over (he sesbioa. n r At Blaiimorc ori Wednesday Transcoiihnentalj Highway Through Crow's Nest Present: from Medicine Hat lo. Resolutions Hardie Morrison, Coleman, President of New Asspciatibn. ceales c.iioil inistilncfs of-tiarrow the 6n rcmls. Hardie Preiiicred Mnyor IfnrdiV of pro- (Ky Staff (Jorrpsiimidoist) BtAlKMOim. April Caoil Roads Convonlinn 'of ific brow's Xesi Pass district, irrtlra very nniriusiasli.: delegjitfon from cojnmtiniMft.s. ftlong-lhfrlinc from Medicine Hat toialdcrt' S'nilli of joiairumrf a-sKt-mblcd at (Ko Cosmo- ntieil The toTTvciiiioi) i poKtan -Hotel, Hfairm.erc, on April lasspnibkd. room ot Ihc j Ctsnfopolilftri.Ilorcl ;nuf Owhiij (o Ihe' rcso'lutinii com-; Forsfer Returns Edmonton to Deny; Deputy .Attorney General's Evidence (Special ,16'The Hcr.iM) BmiOXTOX. April of; is to J-os Angeles'at Cal'-, gary and returning to Kilnionlon. Fred G. P'orster, fonne'f "provincial chief HCCUKC iiiEpectpr, appeared he- fnre the. public accounts commftte'e [his moruiug and reiterated his prev- ious tc-stircony that he had obtained a! ativice from Deputy Attorney. General A. G. Browning relative to bringing in a carload of alcohol nmler provincial police supervision. Only nine barrels of went to the government vendor'and Hie remaining !5 were held in Xat 'Hell's under supervision of the provincial po- lice iinti] they shipped back to Montref'.L Ir. Rroivning on" -Wednesday had contniditrtad I-'orsler's previous evi: ICP. snying he had not advised him that the alccliol, 'outside.of' that In- tended for the vendor, couW tie brought into Albf rta from Bell's Tvare- hotise at Hnskaloon. Forsler lefi- ttjilay ilmt this was the only reason Re had hrought up the subject at all to Mr. Browning, as he fc'netv perfectly Vbll thai he had the legal hnrprt-mill to buy the nJna iKirrels which went lo the rendor- EMBARGOES OTKGRA1N OFF CHICAGO, April railroad aiimfnUfraliop. twlay. cancelled on grains lor all primary markets and permit ami 'co-oiienAotl in ,lheir iniifiinl 'In rrsard to linircillnto million and lion of EV {'anndiau ii nnd ai Ihe prcllmltiarv National in (lie nisriilnn crmvoiillniii if Wild Toulhfnl il- sli.ry o! lo' Ilic H. Ui'rclnalolo liin j iicqiiniiUeif 'Ulh pied Cilgnry vln I-cliilirltlgc-Spokanc tralii! oilier A Llvo Cluo time formorly run the o'.il- Tljr of the cnincnlio (is ill o largpl) lo fho .Nes "Turn to Rljhl" 1'ass Uuo CIiilj Hx cnlhn Another resolution mquestecl the iofftcialH and i E, C. goternnionl lo change their la of th-5 rrowl frcm rlghi as fvention fn jnafcn-iravM in U. for vis II wfts a hapry ilorj frcui .ollif.r provinces anil (ho U. S.. where Ihe rule of Ihc ronil Is tura lo tlis The Aibt-ria dcl- scnlcil ahd 'its' culmination In ii con rercals that ihc licrn ll iU o illlj, Iml iConllnlieil ju pigc'en) Uarl relired for the the death at n-j-Mr-ntd on litrt njghl o' s> 21 ulicn Hi' ;