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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HIED Soviet Move In Hungary Aimed To Bluff Allies ESSEQUIBO WITH WOUNDED Me., April Tiie liospital ship Kssequlbo, bringing 58D wounded Cauadi. ans from I.iveriwol, is due to arrive her? tomorrow after- noon, her commander reported in a wireless message received hero today. ASSETSVEXCEED LIABILITIES TORONTO, liabilities of the Poisen Iron irtlpbutM- now til liquidation, are itated by fl. T. Clarkson, the lo be tl.W.OOO ami assets in- duding lands and buildings valued at .There trade creditors. are nearly 200 MAJORITY OF PEOPLE AGAINST COMMUNISM BUDAPEST, Is erert here that the communlfit move- j mtnl Avas engineered by Count .Mich-: ael the former president, to f ________ scare the allies by a spectre of Bol-j shevlsm, and thereby draw attention Big Increase in Sales Due lo i, ...-_ mancjs Of gisfs Sweeps Texas, Kansas. Okla- homa, Leaving Dcalh and Ruin in Path DALLAS, 'Texas, April Re-S ports of 15 deaths, none of which had been confirmed, were receiv- ed today in fragmentary dif- patehea which told, of a wind ttorm of unusual severity, which paned over, northern Texas and hern Oklahoma last night. IN Kansas, Top TOPEKA, Kans., April 9. --Western according to railroad, and press dispatchl'S, is today-in the grip o( one ot the -worst, spring blizzards in years. ..For short distance west of. Rallna tff Jbe state.line and. beyond in- to Colorado and the southwest, falling raln7 imow and: sic .icing driven fcr-Hihitli irlndr-TfcHeplione and wrrei.'are practically at! down1 west of Silina, .fhirteen.Kiltitt MlS'KOLA, April Thirteen persons were killed "in the vicinity ot wind storm, according Mineola _........r to Information received .here this at lernoon. 'In Oklahoma' Now Btla Kun is Trying lo Up Dictatorship Like .Trotzkv iw sa o GENERAL STRIKE IN BERLIN HAItlS. April (Asiodateu1 sencral strike has been proclaimed hi Perlit) and the suburb of Spandau. advices received here say. Jlerr Noskc, the minister.of defense, is re- ported to luive i-oncc-iuratcd SO.Wj loyal troops nt the gates of Berlin for use in case of trouble, lo the- situation in Hungary.' Jt was l measure of despair, the results of which have scared those who planned Ihe move, as it fids given an oppor- tunity for liela Kun, the foreign min- ister, to atteaipMo become a dictator of (he TroUky type. The communists i. are opposed to the Socialists, who are It11re (Specif to the llcralill EDMONTON, April 1'jidiia- the estimates are opposed to the Socialists, who are esmaes attempting lo form a moderate Soc- afternoon, the final public lallst rovernraent I personage lo come under the guns oj Peace Coherence Commission j Issues Report on Hail and Waterways i PROVIDE FORTKAFKIC OVER HrJIXE UJVKR PARIS. April Press) i report OK regulations and restrlc- Make-Up Justice tlons to be imposed upon communica-[ lions in enemy srates in order that I -ilalners he Others" newly created nations in central Kur- j Mentioned ope may have access to the sea has '._______ x been completed for the peace cbnfer Hun Government May Invite Allies To Restore Order While Allies Consider Making 1'eure With Soviet H( .Munich WHOLE SITUATION IX FRENCH ADOPT PROPORTIONAl PARIS. April principal of proportional representation wit ths foundation for elec- toral reform! in the chamber of yesterday when a me- C. (Ion to that effect was carried 1 by a vote of 235 to 201. ialist government. All who dare, from writers to ma faclurere. Inform tho correspond that none but a few madmen in'Ilu pest want nationalization of the opposition being 0. il. V. Huiyea, chairman of the f tenant-governor. Gco. provincial i and torn ence by the 'commission on the regula- f tioii of and railroads. Freedom of transportation through Germany arid' Austria and equality of Gco lemic-r of the oppo- and other simitar communist reforms. first shell h- movlng" "1" ".1 llcm SJ treatment in ports and harbors haw !u' been provided for, as lias been the in-1 j lurualtbnal regulation of traffic over I of the oppo-J ana rjver5 tempte believe that thu today, attempted to make the people [salary of .Mr. liulyea from the appro-l Sreat'vaterii-avs'touUid-'Yl'ie1 "Sit here pt Gen. priation of. 52I.OM) for the coinnils'-! of the special allied commissioner Un. Mr. Hoadley thought Mr. Bui- i hfTllfinil nr Illd In'T- to Hungary, was the recognition of the aims of the communist government. It is reported nuarir-ra that Gen. Smuts came'here1 ivilli authority to adjust neiv boundary lines for Hull- under tho armistice-, but that lie left-here tor-Paris by-way of Prague without doing so. GEN. SMUTS AT PRAGUE since the e w c sua, e g yea was merely an encumbrance ot northern Europe', since the I the position -tha1. Judge Carpenter commission. 'when formutaing its con- was doing all the work. dlisioir3, Svas not ware whether Ihc I Hon.. C. Mitchell, provincial settlement woulit give the navi- treasurer and Premier Charles Stew- 1 reacheT; "of I lies Vistula enlirelv art warmly defendc.l Mr. liulyea, 3lr ,o leavc the uioutii Mitchell declaring that he ivas vcrj- with the city oL Danzig in German! OTTAWA, April The com- mission to inquire into reiationi between employees and employers will consist of Chief Justice Ma- thers, Sena- tor White, Montreal; Charles Har- rison, M.P. representing the pub- lic; Carl Riordan, Montreal; F- Pauie, Montreal, representing the employers; Tom Moore, chairman of the Trades and Labor Congress; J. W. Bruce, member of the labor appeal board, Toronto, represent- jng the employees. valuable on account of his long ex- perience in1 the province. Mr. >Ioad- ley remarked that if it were espert. ailvicu tho province waV looking for Jau'Chrls-j'11 .'.'lls there were many ii persons In the. at saiiie advi Rhine The regulation of transportation over the Danube, forms of jjj houses and bams were dt'.noUshed in storm-ufblcli swept through this coun- ty iasl nlglii. It passed fH-c miles from here nml dfil not-hurl any towns jfi the count i'. confer VHS'Vfljc iskiiers of the Hunrarla.r, 'go'vprmneiit. "airi-ed lic-ie yesterday aud was' received today by Proftssor .T.' O; president- ol UKRAINIAN FORCES CAPTURE ODESSA PAII1S. April Ukrainian so- ._ jviet troops have captured Odessa, ac- cording lo a dispatch from Kiev, under dale of April 7. The news has not been officially confirmed. BULGARIA TO SUPPRESS v Alberta who., could., the re April delega- and United States oti'l- ftag of truce, went into to give at much inoney. l iraJiir1 iiioiight that 'if :d. covering til proposed ihat the allied commission should go to. Plesovstala to arrange know jlisf was. apt to be e m, off the peoe Wnld Kuropean commisSion what their encumbrance Vg the mouths of the. Danube will be sending an BULLETINS GREEK UPRISING SALO.XIKI, April Bill- garian li-oops have been senl to Slrurn- to suppress an uprising of irri- in Ihe future. The house wound up. however, hv passing the Item. Totals of cliargcablc to income and JiSUUO chargeable .to capilal were still under miscellaneous. Liquor Sales In (he three years, 1S1C. ,.-.u. ,jit aiiu A new jntcnmtiona! convenlion cov- the province- dc-riycd a total re- ering the navigation of tile Elbe and tne months 01 the Danube will be continued, representatives of present will hi' f enemy state., being excluded from who'waf aptred t wSr ffnd and a similar international comrms- was later released. "he .mill a new Danube convendon 15 SMt to' Moscow, where M V rm- hn" venue from ihe'sale of linuor of more than a tiuartcr of a million dollars according to figures citeil in the house today by Attorney-General J. H. Boyle, in reply to Questions by Major ODESSA EVACUATED- April evacua- tion of the Black Sea port of Orfeiu by the con. firmed officially. Oder rivers is recommended lo pro- tect the interests of ,1'oland' and Czeclio-SIovokia and give them free- ilom of navigation, without discrimin- I. .ating duties down tiiroiigll German I ln "I" county court of LIFE SENTENCE FOR GYPSY MURDERESS UAI.TIMOIIL-. Md., April territory to tin' N'ortli and liallic Seas. demist NATIONAL RIGHT revenue was divided as Tiicsc stales would be further givei, OF OTTnMANt jfollows: 1930 1317 free port privileges at certain north i lOJS Uermim harbors in order that they t-U-NSTANriNOPLh, .April's The great increase in ?ales in may be cnalile.l lo develop their cx- i ne tnrkijii commission ap- Is explained by the ract that prior atltl import commerce, a regula i JAP TROOPS TO KOREA HONOLULU, April bit- of JipancM troops inj sent to Korea, to tne diiorders that are occurring there, aecbrdinj to i telegram from Tofcio received here today. HUNGARY'S DEBTS PARIS, April mission to Hungary Gen. Jan Christian Smut has reported on trie prospects of the payment by Hungary of her debts. The inv pteit'on gained by the commis- sion, rtport states, was that there might some chance of Jdjuttmerfttf.rough friendly nego- tiitions. Otherwise, it was j'dd- wi> "difficult to see ch.jnce whMtver. i 'e "lrkjfi' commission ap- pointerl to dravrup a repoH dealing I Hie national righti of Ottomans [before Hie peace lias con-' j Its labors. The report will be submitted to tlio high commissioners of the allies directly. ODESSA SITUATION IS NCT CLEAR LOXDO.V, April Tlie situation at Odessa is not yet clear, according i to the latcaf JKAVS reaching vfficial J quarters in but It is believed that the evacuation cf civilians I: mlnent, owing lo the difficulty of the food supply. All measures have been laken tor the removal of Drillsli civil- tans. being l tho 13lb day of April. 181S. druggists! lion applying to were nt liberty under the Liquor 'Act to import their own liquor, and'mosl druggists did EO. Since then, it has Iwen necessory for them to purchase their liquor from the government ven- dors. EGYPTIAN SITUATION CAIRO, April An official communfcatlon "Duril.g yesUrdty'i dlsturbince troops sevenl times tire on Ihe mob, killing nine and wounding A were wounded by householder who winWnly fired on tr.t meb. All quieten Cilro today." (By K. Playfalr, Canadian Press Correspondent) VLADIVOSTOK. April (Delay- id) -The evacimllon of the Canadian Iroops In Siberia In expected lo begin iboiit April 20, when the steamer llont. Katie Mils for Canada with 70 slffcers and other Inclnd- abont itck. The f'aaiaxllan Prem correnndxtcnt Icavlns Mr Om-k today to and transportation 31, 191S. was given aa: In Kdnionlon in Calgary N, S. COLLEGE SETS MON6Y April fight over the Ontario Tetnperanco act Ill lhe referendum vole on four ques- tions submitted oy Hie Ontario gov- ernment Is lining up Inlo no-com- promise attlludn by Ihe leinpX'rancc force's by negative vote on all ques- llons. forces will Dt4einnM1b earn- inestloti three, -rhici proposes 10 grant standard hotels Hie privilege of selling light b.'crs. compromlBC. vote 'no' on all questions." 1S (he slogan of Hie tern- perancn forces, jceordltig (P Ueorgo JVjrbiirton, one of Ihe committee of 1M, in'Its (orthcoming campaign. CANADIAN SHIPMENTS WAHHl.VOTOX, chirtes for slorlnir veitlmnd 'Cuna- dlan .'hlrlfcents of grain al Dululh, Superlot, Wh.f and Gladstone, Mich'., were ajprovctl for flllna; Ihn Inlfrslalo commerce rbminlMlon. TTiV Orcit Northern RallW.iy Is claiming tlio n-orfs-os lhe reasoii. v known as the "gypsy queen." for the killing ol her mother-in huv. Mrs. Lena Smith, aged on May 7. (SI7. ended last night in a verdict of murder in the first degree without capita! punishment. nun applying 10 naioniKi after" the j Shc. lras sentenced lo life imprison- llalknn war by which Serbia henefilled Wa5 also indicted UJ frtr 1 1, n '101" tl HS Itie model for lhe pluti! j of her husband, Albert Frst Hun Ports aged 50, she MIleLr rjio, roport reconirnemls that a and tiillint; her mother pledge be exacted of the peace treaty to maintain unlmjMireJ :oiics at Hamburg and other a new convention can he negotiated. en the lo ru.i its V4IHO of liquor nil infntl time after pcaca lhe pre-war rates to Antwerp and the Ad sritlr- tlieir j nu imta ilUd HIC railways In Austria-Hull- riatlc be coiilinued in forces EO that gary. without, however, niaking jiny Hungary might be preveutel from an provision to insure further Ir.insit nlteinpt to divert heavy traffic of nat- _____ throash Jugoslavia or Italinn origin through tlmsc ports In rc- JIALIPAX. S T hmic-h irtay ha'Yfc on the conclusion of As the Munich government appears from press dispatches to be well es- tablished, the peace rielegales .are considering llm eventual necessity ol negotiating two neace treaties Germany, one with Derlin and lhe other with Munich. SOVIET COUNCIL AT REGENSBURG DASEL, April have been chosen at Kegeris- burg, CT miles northeast of Munich, and at Puerth. next to Nuremberg, (h'e principal manufacturing lown In Ba- varia.- GERMAN STRIKES REDUCE COAL OUTPUT RERUN', Apr. The shortage of coal, owing to strikes. Is given-officially as the reagoii-for Germany's inability to continue pay- ments for entente food-Supplies ninr arriving, since coal was chtejli- relied upon as a means to settle" in- debtedness: The annpiiiiceuent' adds that if coal production falttr; prbvenling: the wanuficiurer of articles wanted abroad "German economic life ruust collapse before autumn ana the food situation will he worse. Itnf.i ever." ERZBERGER CRITICIZED ON POLISH QUESTION lTHIL'lf, wire- s German news- papers arc attaching- llatlilas- Krx' uerger ami tlic' German government for the agreement reached with .Mar- shal Koch at Sp> last week, iug the transnortalion of. Poll !i troops from Krancc to Poland; Some call the agreement "a vlll ert pianced by Finnlih troopn and Bolaie aocordfiur to'an offkla! statement Issued at office, which stated that tier are not con- tidered of. polltloiU alrniticanct. The statement rwda: j "A telegram from Mvrmantk -on -April 7 i diituria'iice ifas. caused at Munnamlr. by Chinese work- men, but it "was soon put down and was not considered significant politi-" cally. The majority of Ihe most of -H-hom were arnied with re- volvers and kaivei, are now In cus- tody. 'A party of Red "Finns attack- ed one of our posts south ol Segejv on April 7, but were both times re- pulsed, leaiing killed' behind. WB bad no caiualUm. This attack'fur- nUiied corroboralion of HIP. intention to lanncli a. movement by tie Finnish legion sud Boleievlt Fluf.'. "A Russian rifle ravinnnt, irtleli in a part "of the allied forces la north RHHia, has occirpied Gaprmralok Til- lage, on eaatcn ahora of the of Onega, M mita sontk of Soroki, capfurfng a'Bolvherik patrol." I rlon. F- B. Carvelt Calkd Upon to Explain Certaii Cmtractg s- HALIFAX, N, S., Aoril Matantlc, with 2000 retuminf Ca-. nad4an Midlers, came uf the har- bor N> the of a 8S knet wind this morning and made several at- lempti to dock, but was Mnabte to do so.' The tugc are mw laavlnj and it Is prwumasl she 'will remain at anchor in the stream until the wind; modxrain, The men are brouffit 1A OTTAWA, April for the public .works aad trade and ,coni- jmerce :Ieparlment3 kept parliament busy during the afternoon and. even- ing sittings. Han. P. H. C'arvetl more or less under fire during Ihe tl-' I Me gave place to Hon. A. K. Mac-Lean in Hie evening. Mr. Carvell came tit tor some crit- icism from R. H, Butts, Unionist mem- lier for South Cape Breton In connec- tion-with tho letting of contrjcn for airplane stations in iVova Scotia. He claimed that Mr. Carvel! had. let one contract to an undertaker and nnolher to a group'of men who were all f.lb-' crals. i' Mr. Carvel! defended his action In. both Instances. The undertaker, lie said, had performed hid contract am! as to the other, there no reason why conn-acts should not go to l.jb- erals, If they were able to perform the work. It was not In let- ting said, to Inquire a? to the politics of IBOM-putting In ten- ders. In connection with consideration o[ steaoajhips at tbe sittinfi Hon. A.K. that tne Truf Atlantic urn- ualiy Kill inaugurate." a between jn.1 Harre ;