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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. U-VnfBrUDGK, ALBERTA. .MONDAY, AP1UL 7, 19111 M Mlil'.lt COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT IN HUNGARY IS OVERTHROWN NEAR SUNDAY RIOT IN TORONTO WHEN POLICE STOPPED BIG MEETING TORONTO. April uniuoutteiS kept a crowd of between awl l.UD-i iwrsons on the more on Spailina avlaue Sunday afternoon, when trouble threatened because the chief gf police bail refused to permit Socialists ai'il radical trades unionists to Jiuld meet- ing on the grounds a Jewish hall on the avenue. The meeting called to protest against tlie larresl ol Ihrce Socialists for alleged breach of the Immigration regulations. was no dis- Preparing to Withdraw Their Troops From Lithuania' BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS TO NORTH RUSSIA STO.CKHOL-M, April 'are. withdrawing from -all Lithuania, after, wvere In which havelost severely. Bolshevik soldlerthave mutinied ut several ac- cording to an' official statement Usued by the Lithuanian pren bureau. The statement reads: "The lire evacuating t of northern Lithuania after, a series of ffghU In wr.lch they have stiff-red severe casual- ties. At several places Bolshevik soldiers have mutinied. "The Lithuanians have' captury cd the towns ofL Ponevlej and Mupisjkls after violent fighting, Bolsheviki retiring in dlsor-, der toward Qvjnsk." A XPfUSHING DEFEAT ARCHANGEL, April al- lied; British and Rusaian, .operating in makhrenga sector, MORUEX. Mftn.. April 7. -TUe four living in tlin st-houl district, David Inters, Jacob David Folir and John Xudorf. whn were re- cently lounil guilty of not sending iheir the public si-hool and who elected to RO lo jail ralH- jy er than tines, have r6- ronsfilereil Jhe mailer. have Haiti their fines and nnurned tti ilieir homes. They stair ihai it is their intention to send (Heir '.-liil- dron to school in future. i Movement Makes Little Headway In Germany Or Hungary I Soviet Government al .Munich Has Not Ye I Been 'Proclaimed Kun, Head Communist AIR-MAIL PILOT FALLS .Movement is Reported JGENEHAI, STRIKE i IX HEUUX TODAY! President Christopher Say.s The Time is Not Ripe For Such a Move DISTRICTS MUST ACT CONTENTEDLY _______ I Miners ami operators of District j N'o. IS-are lining up their forces lor the meeting set tp take place on April Calgary lo begin negotiations] for a new agreement, wlien oni; of tlic j contentious matters, he j WASHINGTON, April j vices reaching the state depart- i ment today indirectly from Vienna said a communist revolution seem- v 1 ed imminent in German-Austria. I xrnEMHKHG. Unvarla. April j I (Via Ilnvarian JKL- tional conference of Social-Democrats j here bus voted to S the in-i j troduction of a SJVIPI republic m Ha- varia. 2COO FEET; JS UNHURT HOI.US. X. April (Jillien. lindivig. piiot in thp .Aerial Uetween York atid Chicago, fell feet in his jilane hern ye-s- lyrilay. 1 upside down, bin mi hurt. He was found In1- in-'iMi) ilie machine, a when rescuers ar- rived. Assassinated 1 HUNGARIAN CABINET Si IS RECONSTRUCTED Moves Government 1JKK1JX. Apr. 'i Press) Bavarian government, has de- cidetl to leave Munich and itself provisionally at Uamberg. ac- j j cording to advices fronj the latter j jcily. It is declared thai national j ___v___'__ asstmbly will convene there and that J adequate measures iiave been takou Will SlandN Pal on Their Own Platform Declares Tlicir President NAME CANDIDATE FOR SOUTH VICTORIA I TJie day policy was adopt- the International L'.'M. W. of; A. at Indianapolis lasl nioiuh. ol a six-hour Day in ntie Details of Bow Island EiKi adopting it immediately on. the ground I th_at lite miners of this district would) he al a disadvantage "working i hours while those ol oilier coal dls-l tricls were still, working His idea is'set out in a signed stalement in Uie Fcrnie Ledger in Connection with the O. FI..L'. inovement. the ex- OnL. Arrll j; Handy was chosen as tho candirtatp ol of 'Ontario for South Victoria in the' provincial legis- cprpt regarding the six-hour day plan lature at a larjelT atUnded conren- reading as'lrc'iows: tio'n. held here on Saturday- President Ilalford, of tile United .Farmer's ut I Ontario. Wat the chief speaker. He "Regarding tlse six-hour proportion: ara still in favor of iliis. but how many of us Tjflieve that" it J LONDON, April British (covernment hopes to be able to des- .paich the first part of the force fov-ficrlhftrn KitsEla Wednesday, tha aildjjhat the for voluiilcers is meeting with KrMi- fying response.- There is already A Inrge waiting iist of officers anil men who are-anxious to serve In narthem nussia, many Canadians being Includ- ed In tile number. He asserted corporations' And ruled the governruenl, evidenced by P- dny, i gainsay the fact. In' talking 'as the matter over a few days ago j Hainlierg is in Cnper Franconia, miles north cf Xurelnberg. It is one of (lit! fincsljr towns in Bavaria. Ersen 'Strike Spreads __ _ ESSEX, Apr. Press) j The strike situation hero shows Htllt Uji'till six o'clock Sunday evening- i change todav. The street car em- none of the bodies of the three DRAGGING CONTINUES Likely to be Made Tonight by Premier Lloyd Chinese Claims LOXUOX. April Lloyd George will make an important state- ment tonight concerning the comple- tion of sue work of tire peace coniar- gas Joyces join Hie Krupp work- i ence. a Central News dispatchi from well workersr-'Who lost their lives by j cn so ,hc tvausponatiou I rari6 drowning in .the North Saskatchewan s...- vau s...stem- is :lt a Essen river near BOT Island on Friday after- j O[ ihe i noon about, fopr. o'clock, had been re- cqvcreJ, 'thMJh' dragsing had been carried on hya; large force of men strike of the firemen. In the Hubr industrial district as a ivaa an increase yester- total number of .Slowly. UBR'L1N> Apr. Press) iioio ay in (lie during daylight Iwurs on Saturday and Sunday. '.R t 'Tlie Hie j three inert in inia-stream vras recov- ered, right side up, with all tie tools There1 baa been no dentute-uews here in it, indicating tlial it had been heav- j t'onctrntng the situation in Munich 1 Ily loaded; and on.'shipping water duH since (lie reparts we're received of Ing the hlgit wind which struck if, in earlier exciting occurrences. From grossing, it sank wiiliont o saving bill." a member of tht central committee oE j fers here. That, c'ident as given the-Herald by gas company officials at district headquar- .truck if, in e eaer excje occ vertunntig. ,such ntwn as liaa -rent-li No Session Big 'Four PARIS, April .'of the in-, disposition of Premier Lloyd George and tue continued illness of President Wilson, the .council of four did not bold a session during the It tvas- hoped--toehold-ay afternoon. Reparation PARIS, April etice commission on reparation and VJENNA, April (Havai) The Hungarian communist gov- ernment in hat overthrown, according to current in official the newspapers cay. Beta Kun, the foreign minister, Is .reported to bave been reports 'do not whether the attempted revolution in Buda- was orgafllred by the ists or the bouregoiie part lei, RECONSTRUCT CABINET PARIS. April (AMoctatarf The Hungarian cabinet has been reconstructed, according to advices received last night, with M. Girbsf as, Be I a, Kun, minister of foreign affalri and war; M. Bo eh in, minister of J war unrfer M. Kun; M. Kunlfi, minister of education, and M. Varga, rnlnfrter of social protec- tion. DEAL WITH KING'S ESTATE LONDON, April The Hungarian government bag issued a decree that all real estate owned by the Hayslmrg amity in Hungary will be administer- ed by a commission of tbret persous. according to a Hungarian government wlretess received here. in Hungary BUDAPEST; April (Associated ?ressj The Hungarian- govern ma ht ins proposed to Gen. Jan. Christian. Smuts, who was sent here'by Ihfi peace conference at Paris, that- con- 'erences be held at Vienna, or Prague between, representatives 'of Slovakia. (Jerman-Auitrln, Jlungary and Jugo-SUria rcgtrding boundaries questions, lied Rcrlm. hour- a at least, is the theory of the ,ic-, ever- seems probable.tliaL a soviet government lias irat yet been proclaim- ed iit any that can be reg'anlcil adoe p ov sioa l To Go to Paid Him By Premier Lloyd-George' April As KiciaTetl Auckland des has written lo Premier l.loyi1 expressing Ihe" dflslro to _______ ___ evcrr. rigJit to change Hio 0. B. U-. he stated that lie doubled ihelr Echsdulea, hut po rijlit to if the time was opportune to engage change tho time or advnnce the clocks s in a strike to bring this yet j "We want to co-operate witti roromon people and with the, niann- President Ualford said, "ice want lobe partnersLwlth ibe niauufacturern. Don't, let pcliticians i come into tills- riding fcnd raise the, racial cry. A man i? a ..traitor to him- j seif.'family, country and king., who; (ioes that. 1'here is no rise sending :i I man to parliament or Toryl j Those hands tlcrt, (eel shielded I anrt mouth locked. j "tiie future belongs to the progres- i ,1 1 The ileralri's es official or .binding, report on Saturda'y i General Berlin Strike LAPLAND EN ROUTE WITH 2000 MORE OTTAWA, April militia department has been that the Lapland, with 1974 Canadian troops on board, from England on the 3rd and probably will rfich Halifax on April 11. v sire races of "mankind." he declared.] fo-lje one. arc .1 not goint to be the CANADA'S MARCH PlftE LOSSES TOKONTO. April Monetary P. E. I, MEMBER (Special to The OTTAWA. April L n general strike In Berlin Mon- that the men were drowned as a result nUKMX, April of (bp cable over the river breaking Idaliefs anil Spariacans dcciilerl WBE based on wrong information, (terday ly-a mte of IO.VOO lo to though that was the report prevalent in tbe town of BOTV Island on Satnr- nn, o( Almi an4 I, To foster amaUiir aporl? in ahont ,lhe C'lly' J. To provide ralbnal amuscraenl (or everyhoilj- and Ihu.i help material- ly In rfoonntrirotton. To gel the ohlfir people to lake an fnloreat in the by rpnlrlh- ntfng to funds of tho Association and by fttteadiRK jitnieK and 4, To'pTomole the ''Gel Together Spirit" in onr city 'dhtrk'L J 1, To provide grounds for play, rloso In, and enough of them for everybody. 2, To organize scoria in as manv liMncbes as possible, aft fool hail. Incrosse, I a ball, tennis, volleyball, cricket arid bafthetlwll. .3, To Ihe Keillor I'liib.i for liiUrmtfrllAto auri Junkn- Our Duty tlihridge IIHS never fsiiledjand not do so now, raise [he fiirxis the ball-rolling nrirt flien gtvo Hie boys your active, lively ;inil personal support. J (Signed) J. A. I Sleamcr' Wrecked By Ex-HOO.OflO Telegraphers May I'ro- ptosion and Five Are Lost W. King, niATingcr ot .Vnva S rot Fa iias tlic i will lie kcirt ripen evening of the tuml and tiic hn.flk till niiip Vc.orl, g su lhat all vasseri may turn --in ihpfr contribu- tions. Thereafter the fun els arc to IJR turned over to T. H, Flrctwootl, ciiy troasurer, is. treasurer of the A, A. A. witli con s en! of the rll'y conn- CH. SVDNEY..N. Aoril bottom' or the com- bustion of the port boijer of the Oo'minion pany's steamer Are ton on Saturday, three were kilTed, died of injuries and three were injured. The dead art; Chief Engineer C. B. McArthur; second engineer, .W.'ficott; Don- keymJn K. McDonald; jwo Chin- firemen. Tlis injured are: Third Engineer two M, T.-T-T were InfaiHry.- HI T.nmlty. II, i'.; today: (Jorji. F, H. APPEAL j I LO.VUO.V.f April As- so.oUlcd privy council lias the in the rase of Ontario Kfce.Irical j ffiinprni) vs. [lift i lest Thus. Agiiinst Conlrol of iV At. OiHurlcson NSW. YORK, April ins Whether the four hundred tliOLiiapid members of the Conimcrclnl Telegraphers' Union o.f Am erica affiliated un- ions shall strike protest a'jaliul Postmaster-Centfral Burte- con's met heels of wire control was .njtr-crircd .il-n "nisstlny of the ifmon's- executive commiUee here UM night. Ballots were distri- buted, reiurnsbie for counting .it U union's headquarters in Chi- April S. J. Konenkartjp, international president of the .uriion, in a state- ment said the trouble was the re-- suit of over Me. Burlessn's action or! requests for- wagc hwl refused, he declared, to Wilson's date of workers to organire' should nflt be abridged. LONDON, April It offic- ially said that the embarkation of first division units will start before the middle ,ef the monlh.j N Embarkation the second dlvis- i Ion from to Erfgland be- Inst Friday. Melita With 360 ST. JOHN. X. April 7.-i-Tlse j tHhini-r Molim arrived- here Satiir-! 1 yfticrrs. Tilt: of the jeussrs civilia'Tis.-a'n'd de- Cfficcn on Northland HALIFAX, N. P.. fnl- arrived "nn thft Nctrtfi jlaiiilVur Ihp western dispersal areas' l.iciif. N'. A. IlowJand. l.ieut.-Coiimiaiurer ilv Van- cnuvcr; Cawt. C. llowuut. Vancouver; Calgary; Mijof J. ('ollinson. Cnl.zary: II. .1. Hob- ertsnn. Vanconvfr; Cap'. T. C. Crea- ghtin. Vancouver; l.ient. it. son, Yam-Oliver: F. Tiicker. Vr-nconvcr: C. V. Winch. Van- Oliver: Lieut, S. lluthWll; Vic- toria: l.ffJnt. A. SUnvnrl, Vancauver; Lieut. Tuck. Vertion. U.C.; Iloji.- A, IX (Srfnn, J. Wcs'minsler: Lieut. T. Price. Lieut. W. Klmp- son. Kdinonlon: Major Hutelilnson, .MUlcrest' 'Lknitra M. Ajnrcey. Sftmaka, Aha.; lips, KevijlMoke, April ii belnft maniftttcd In the referendum. Which vrlM bf Held On the province of Quebec to people chooM between prohibition and btcr and wines. In j number the and here yevterdiy the people were urged W on the beer and It ii the total nunv brr of wMi) are flftialtfled to vote An the ittue Thursday 'and the pelllng .divis- ions throughout itie arovlnce wifl number About The Vtftlnq will place under the "one man, one vote" system wnployerf in 1816, The men In Quebec out a -ment to the efff.c'; that they ireve abiolutc prohibition is the only way to keep alcoholitm down, The Roman clrri> art taking BRIG, GEN, GRIESBACH 4 TAKES SEAT TODAY fVperitl J OTTAWA. April Gen Griwach, II, P..-D.S.O.. C. .M. G.. arriftid in Hatffex (lap- ing the week-eml ami will Iii3 In 1ho Jfowe (xf A ;