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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IKS ROT 1 ._____ i Says Canada Will Be Annexed! ID [lie States Within Ten j Years Philippines Will Get Independence WASHINGTON, April of the special mission of the Philippine legislature here seeking immediate indepen- dence for (he islands, were told today by Secretary of War i Baker that he spoke President Wilson's mind he said he'1 believed the lime had lo grant Ihe complete independence I desired by (lie Philippiae REQUEST PRESENTED April ing that thyre now is actable gcv- ernment "Tit the Philippines, man- aged and supported the people themtelves. anf that it can an'iy wiTI be maintained if independence Is granted the Eslandi, and urging that now is the opporturit time for presenting the claims because of the principles for which (he United Slatei entered the world war, tne 'ielf- and the undictated At- velcpment cf all Manuel t_. Quezon, chairman of the Philip' pine miuion, today presented to Secretary Baker the question of Independence of the Philippine people. Spartacans Continue Riots Under Guns of French Army GAS COMPANY HAS fpr. DERRICK IN PLACE I 1 Fart of Srhleswig Hulstein Taken by Huns Years Ago To Be Returned Ottawa Awaiting Report Of Sir Henry Dray ton To Settle Time Muddle LARES COUXTKIES' CLOSELY ASsdOlATEDJ XivW YOIIK, X. Two York ingrnUig news- papers', Hie Tribune mid the Am- lite following lo- "AiiinfiJc Cily, April "GiiiiiiiUi will, bu mincxcd to Iliei United SUilcs within the next JOi years." is. the prcdiclion .ma'ilc' here loday by Senator C. iMlwitrds, for more Hum thirlv years: a member of Ilio; Cmuitlhin Parlhmtenl and one of] business men inj UK' Dominion.- .SeiutlorKdwartls, who is slop-! jiiiij! al Ihe Hole] 'fraymore. con-; ]___________________ "Kconoiiiically ilml indtHlrial-j j it ly Ihere is every reason why. the i VyideFOWerS AfC (jlVCI! tO two countries should lie milled uiider one. fy-iimpnli-'" Old ideas snb- -jfect. have -W'ii swept asule by associiilipn of (Special to The Herald) OTTAWA, April d-cifion on daylight savlflfl so fir its adoption by the railways the Domtnion ic concerned has been handed down by the Board of Railway I' Sir Henry Orayton's judgirysnl on the matter is expected today. Just what the Houic of Com- mons wfll do depends on his re- port. If he approves the railways' action it is possible the House may lake slsoi to the time uniform throughout the Dominion, as rnany telegrams are pouring into Ottawa objecting to the double time which is disrupting business throughout the country. A. P. P., Enforce Liquor Act i iituei'H, businessmen and men in the war-There is. the Vj) TcSifiitlirottglkjiil Dp- 'search for "it ifnder. the new iiroviii: the pollce'the- search ciari'olit-erAVf.'.-bronEhtdnwn m the .or person house The Mil- re- liev.ed io'hAye'liquor, and Ihe .fiivor t idjxJi fi "djro i iv'ol jsci-'y 3 ii 6 iis 1I iti i' Miavc made evcrywljc're in Can- ada there, is every reason lo be- annexation will, have been accomplished within Ihc .nexl ten ( The, Htrald) _ clause of tlie bill gives (he BDMO.N'TQN. April Urge pow-lpower ttf conduct a searcli for illicit ers given the' JYbvlndal- Pollt-e liquor on an order issued Ijy tbe toni force in ilie, seizure of lo do EJ In -egard drug to u leaih e abhshcd lit Ii i Innkthalt ,i4Mj .act huy in the a mourn of iHiiior liia, lln cou d ow anj draif tore j The system followed he ba3d is to PRESIDENT WILSON SLIGHTLY INDISPOSED WASIHXdTO-X, April' Presidcul' Wilson conllued -to Iii s Ijei in Paris witli a sc- --..vyre eoltl. Hear Admiral Gray- son, tbe president's physiciau, caljleU .Secretary Tumulty day thai liie president caught. cold yeslenlay and was to lie about, although con- dition ivas, nol resanlerlN aa serious, i Attorn ES e quor. laced- liriilsr the- control .of the other sdtlion saves any such ey General, other rain- officer from prosecution for a ister as may'from time "tojiine be iion Or act. in pursuit of Ins pointed "by the Jleutctiant governor in dul3'. connrJJ." I Not Over 500 Polict The force however, Is'lo be directed} ,nln1 by Jo i. toowa j ffi Ihe Commissioner of Police for n- u il (J April. "Olio -was discussed at a public in the of iicate, BETTER otulllioii Qsiec-a Victorb, who underwent operation. yesterday, is sntis-' lion of crimp, and-offcni-ea'aga _ laclpj-y. 13 an atinonnce- la'.vft of The largest-r nieiii1 j'.biTiy. -riie ope'i-ation uedamc given the police., iio.rever, are atlcr Indisposition' It is said. those auto of Ihe force which are lo ut ap proved Ijy Ueulenaiit-Gorernor in of tlie force must sign on "--for not less fhan years, NeW'Era in tinitj for ?5 y be tlieir discharge at any v nldition Hie' bill 'provides for a Getting Aiici XA1.1V1 force in JQSg niectinp here Thursday nigiit by. Alex. policy coninintceman and miner rroni Ilriile- outHned the proposals for the formation the uf'vt organization and severely, critl- ciycd Bob Le-uiil for nis oppj ition refer eil io happenings in Osiniaiu RUSSIA where tlie people did not Utnt a thev nerc told to do jn America. Ho was over liie faceted success of the One Dig Union J i Beard, sticrelary of Michel Local the JU. Jl. eidorfed'ihc One Ilig Union, also Chairman .Toe 'Mangles, president of Michel ScTnral invilationa of- fered for OlficiiEsioji -or for uskiup guesLums. but no objection -was voicnd nor questions asked from the audience, no open opposition was Husnar's ex- Together in ;S. Must Do the Same April new in Great KritTiSn's Intlnstriat sys- teni is being fostered the tnenl. the and'the work- ei-F. 'ilectfrcs Slates eni- liloyers Indiistrbl coinniiss-ion, scit hj Ihe of labor. tn iia report, to Secretary JVilson, made public .laei night. iStates rialcl nnitount'emenL accompanying the .commission's "niusl rjulchly revise thetr. methods of handling lab- or' if tlie nioveiiienl townnl- radical generally describfd in a set fn the United Soles.'', "In gensruV said (In sntninary tlje commission's. inve.Htlgation, the Krilish Isftt.i the government ami iiLOSl'dirtphiyeirs and i-onKcryatlvR em- he Iho spirit of ro-oiwr.illon .between l.ibor nad iK higlily ikclraljle; that Ihe spirit of condllailtm Is Important for benftfltof tlte eniployer inilab- nixing his business and foi' Ihe ben- employee In preserving t his rtgulmly orgain'znd thai ii toUectKe tbe rlghi emplftyhr will nut Attempt elnrnUo the, Indiulrial tlAt Ihc rigli't minded employe..' will not attempt to hts rlc- to the point. which (hr, sUm- rnhis for enterprise would In (he spirit of a Ijetlfir" Is thus be- ffig fustefefl widely 'varied >le- -imfhsiVinl Chief To of anafla OTTAWA. April Journal today carries j "Chief Justice Mather, of the court i of King's Tlencfi, .Manitoba, win. U is! underslood. as chairmaff of "Ihe tojiinilssioi] 'wliich i? being appoint w I by the Eovernment .thV! I Miall refuse, to appoint penses about S25" was rone or more i-oustaljles the Attorney jOereral may make- Ihe appointment. jThe commissioner furnishes Ihe stable or constables irith a badge ot WUhtn tjie municipal district iauf-h municipal constables shitll "have i all the powers of a provincial police- 1 man., a Blair more n of induslrlhl involving of talwr-upon the dlrectoratcR of-inilnslriesr further understood that Mr.} K. fr. HeaKy. the Can-! ftriiari I'Aclflc his-been risk-j ed lo act on (ho.committee -und lliai: altogether-likely thai ho cent- remaining, three ,cr. five; the cowitnissiOii is to be Had 2000 Soldiers on OIM Hundred Reposed Ihe i npfspeak lodpy KARL AT LUOANO Kniperor CliBrlt? of ckmfi to rftctwtlv gone to lAtgn InlfewK to a ffw Ha> 1! urfcimpamul a hnllsli offirei pflrty of WON'T REOPEN STEEL fRlCe SITUATION! WASIIJXOTON, Ajirlf reck.of (kf i'hdnaEruT botirrt n evipholring dial tht inMtltni erf sler-l Tfll not kc 1 re I us the the firilnre of Direcfof GonerAt accept for the Ihe approve I Vhetliile He hbarrf'ii with Ihc (Mttstry wherewonkf reaialn 4ml In ,k j mtoo lo iW lion of flic inllroul Injured t' PAfiis, April Itali.n with cand.officers on bejrd. bound from Venice Tri- poll, has ttrvch a mine according to advices I Italy, (fuatina newvpaperi of t hit city. Several on ancf oA htMorecf Injured. -Tbe TUhibrl> of Ion i gross, built art Uvornp in and owned in Shit WVK launched September last, but has not sinci been reported In ihippiny ST luilS S H April 4- sieafotr Stotfan, with rclurncil Soldiers, arrived I'arlridjc Island Ihls mornhig und nftcrn'Hin Former Wife of Alfred Vander- bilt, Lusilania Victim Mar- y rjes NjivaHMan, Il.l., April Klsio Krank VanderbiH, former wife of Al- fred CJwynn VfinderhMI, tvlio nas lost 'Ih'e y day" Llcnt. Ifati! S. X.. son of the la J'aiil Kitzstmmons. Oftig "U, ,ato medical director, iAf. S. N. The wed- L''tjje orldo's .home hire, Harftipr VfowV VaimerhltL Imd obuinort a di- jrce from her fornjerj' Imsbaml sov- eril years before his death and CUE tardy of her son, William Vander- bill, is ati ensign in thf- jiavy, t? Ihe destroyer KvAns. on wbijb IJuiit. Kifxsfmmoris also is ,'an is -Mrs. Vdiulerbllt 39. ISBEA1ENM In dijciiaslng Ihe p nations for reformatory and children Mrs J iMpKn ntj tl initial meeting; yesterday inorii- rulviccs from Spa state'. The first iiitervifftv began at tvi'o o'clock in ilarslial Foch's and' ladled forty mimiles. "The second conicreiice at 11 o'clock .and continued, iun- iil" "12.30 o'clock. AVith Marshal Foch were CJen. Weygand. and Geir. Xudaiit the marshal's represen- tative stationed at Spa. ger Herr Ihc ali- other PAUIS. April Lo lip liniiled in the amount of' liqsior j Focli. tlie aUEcirtToinniaiidef in cliiet.J ic rccent.1 v'io'n the per ons wniij prescriptions woiilil tiuis be to KO to sturoi Mr 'o Jwake after tlie sicn 'to nature of the ainelirliotiits lhai Jje Ijrguglii in lu the i aritior Vet except tn lliuchc till io linn1'- would be worth wliilt after- ivards'for anyone to tlio drug business lor Ihe inirpose of sellins ll> Gen. Stewart's Objec'Jon In iliriaissfug the for ad- niinistralion of Hie Liquor Act in house1 Tfiursdaj-. General J. S. Steiv- arl. Lelhljricige. ctijeclcil to tbe' charges made to hnspitnis tov alcohol, '.ylilsVy and branrtx, Hfi cittd rttsea hospHats were diargert ?1 a liottle Tor hraiuly antl 52.T.S for kev lion' V r i minister o' health atul -inunicitialitres. saiil was at iiresenl Mr. lloyle efforts of tlie fed- jeral gOYennnenl-lo get clcaliol for bos- jiilal imtpa cs imjiurted free of duty. He iaij lit nonlil inamict the pro vfiiclal future''to let Ihc boKnitaif.. havL' alcohol...y.-hiskcy and titner at .cost prices. over Hie, confu ton in tlie of Ilie I-dntoliton loi s office, anil Mr. Boyle said thnt-lne new chief license Inspector, Mr, :n. -B. IJouglas, was a ma'n. wlio was inslalliiiE an system, of hcJkkfieping for ail the rentiers., the altorney-gencral. bossciir to stale exactly (he amount of bait been soltl hj (h goerrment fluring tbe year.' TiipVctScelpIs go-into the" gen; "and lumped in" with other licenses and fees.- rrovin- cial Treasurer C. li. Mitchell said be bring iri a stalcmoSl later. Generals Evidence (Special lo The Herald) EDMOXTOX, April Ureaking 14w retanttil roMfefa VIH I lion i- ;