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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ffcraW yOLUME XII. LETIlBIUDOli, ALBEKTA. TIIUHSDAY, AI'UH, 10. 1010 NTMBER W> PAY IN 11 USE POISON GAS NOW TO DESTROY INSECT PESTS PARIS, Aprjl 939 that wgrktd havoc the war will be utilised for" a very far different and beneficient purpose in the future, it la announced in "Gabriel Btrtfand, of the Paiieyr InMilutt, Informed the of Science today that he had discovered a method by which auch might be supplied for deilruc- lion of caterpillars and injurious larvae, which had worked destruction on tree frowiht In the country during the past few GERMAN GOVERNMENT HAS BITTER FIGHT TO PREVENTSOVIETRULE French PAIUS, AjJi-il juslUe and complete reparation: that IK what France Umler ihJB eaptwu the Petit. Pariiien, Uie 11103! ivldfely in France, today an .article by Senator Henry Ciiercm. declaring thatran .essential principle ot .i-onimou law -in all oivil- )ztd CDimtrjcs is a ca.itsinjr ilainagc iuuil make it good, and jURti- ing that siniHarly Germans muai pay not onlj- for (f.c damajre caused and the pensions of war siiffurerf, but must eventually hear the cost uf the IYHI. "Any polution Antrary to this would perpetuate the most monstrous injus- tice ,fn history ami in addUtoii -would Involve our fnin. "In addition to iiecuniary repara- [lie writer, "there is moral Jt is llral there voices raised against the inflic- tion of to be mflietad upon 'trie, wretched es-Ki.ij.cror William Tvht) "knowingly ivas Ihc author of the ries'tli or so lu'ariy millions of limn an hut' public opinion dcmanJj fuaranlees against a renewal ol the crime." Periloui Situation i PARIS, April supreme coo-! commission adopted a resolution! the atlfcnUou of the associated f Hovernment to the extreme gravity ml nrfency of the" present -economic! uituat'on in; Kurope, an official an-j says. i Girmjifiy Muat Pay j PARIS. Apr. PreVs) PARIS, April; chamber of I publication hi'Paris today of a TEN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES NOW TRAINING FOR HEALTH SCHEME Government Troops Seize Krupp Plant- at Opens Negotiations With Declares! j Soviet Want to Provoke Soviet; Rule in Berlin. 1 That is Battle Cry of There Today on Liquor Referendum EDMONTON, April 10.--A ctats of 10 new health nurses has teen started at Edmonton, taking special course provided by the pro the university for med- inspect Tori of school children and baby work. Four nurses already have besn graduat- ed in this work and hive tsen'as- signed to different centres whire they carry on baby welfare in- struction week-ends and1 in the meantime make excursion through the aiirrounding districts to dif- ferent schools examining children. This is tht inception of the new .health work under the department created at session with Hon. A. G. MacKay, minister of in charge. In addition, the province is pro- viding a loeciat course in ob- stetrici Tor nurses who will agree to work in outlying districts. For this purpose has been vot- ed in the health While no proviiion has yet been made for it, Mr. Mac Kay that uEti- matfly it is to work out some pfan of providing persons to look temporarily after families when the mother is a ma? ternity hospital from homes in outlying districts. Analysis Produced Today .Shows i That i Was Used U.S. Opposes Plan to Inform Germans in Advance of the _ ;made to ].im to have tljc an ah-; is Contents of the Peace TreatyigB to The i KD.MONTOX. April Doug- las. vhu succeeded Kred G. Kor.sler. i oil November TtH last, as chief provin- 1 eial license inspector, this moruiiiK I produced before public accounts i committee a report of analysis of eight r samples of. Ihioor, made Ijy James Kel: i so. provincial analysis, t'na: Lthirty-one gallons of liquor left over'; .from Mr. forsler's regime vvc-re until i 1 Tor sale. v r The analysis of the various sampler Uhpvred that all to he more or less dirty, in spirits, mixtures' of-brandy and "squirrel while I ione was composed of. alcohoi, ivaie-r ;a'nd Some ivere labelled i i "giri." 3lr. Doug- i las swore that BO suggestion had been made to him to have the BERLIN, April elements seeking to disturb law and order are making strenuous efforts, according to an official announcement, to bring about s demonstration by wounded soldiers in conjunction with the soviet congress now In session here. The idea behind the plan, it is said, l> td provoke loyal troops to pursue cruel tactics with the result that a'ny conflict that might might be used as pretext to call a strike and imitate the establish- ment of the soviet government at Munich. BAVARIANS AND BOLSHEVIKI JOIN UP BERLIN, April relations have been established between the Russian and Bavarian soviet governments, according to the Zwelfuhrblatt. Up to April.8 the Russian soviet government had not got into touch with the Bavarian soviet authorities, according to a wireless message of that date frolti Nikolai Lenine, the Bolshevik premier, who sent tht mes- sage to Bela Hungarian revolutionary leader, asking him to send details of the Bavaria. "We have only tht baresfan. Lenine's mesuge said. SOVIET REPUBLIC IN LONDON. April proclamation of a soviet republic in Salz- is reported in an Amsterdam dispatch today to the Central News. Salzburg is near.the Bavarian border. CZECHS AND HUNGARIANS BATTLE LONDON, April Violent fighting has taken place between Hun jar. ianj and Czechs at Ungvar, near the Moravian-Hungarian border, says Central News dispatch from Amsterdam today. One hundred and fifty were killed. The Czechs also had considerable losses. -WOULD INCORPORATE AUSTRIA IN GERMANY PARIS, April from Vienna yes- terday announced; the arrival there of a German delegation which has i opened negotiations for the incorporation of Austria in Germany. i GOVERNMENT TROOPS aepwies .today discussed the, report of the jpsda.1 committee OB repertitons for war damages and adopted aft- the report durins the forepoon easgiop. of Krituce, the reuart anil the bur- den jie entirely in Germany ,-Relation'for France musk he ciaim- slatei'.ient tltributetl to'llrilish Sour- ces to the effect ifial Ui'e terms of ihe pjace Ireaiy wdjild" IP the .pjenarj of Uit> peace i.ta.msdjale.' It it ijecUred fiiat "France, rauiL.-v.-ork out i, financial! reconstruction of French life ID conUnufi1, irithout -they had been communicated to the Germans, caus- ed comment among delegates of the liatiqns not .TO, presented on the coun- eM -of four. _ :The publication oiit from the Unltid lalitfurT stale- opp'osEd to. such a "5 Blsjiaith Held Up i "Ko JiviEg Wa ilFrivnce. wa France. fclated April St.h. last Tnesdai I witness said he did lloi think It wai necessarj- to "glre any reason lit' Plebiscite Suggested )Iaa !10, le.; April wlieliler j fore. Ili> aUBJtion liacj been called] he. approved of-the proposal niadci by to U last .November as i M. r nremter of west being and he wanted to get I Ukraine, Hint be held to i it cleared up tor" tlie Sukc ot the roomi decide tlie of lerritory in it i tltsnulc Ignuce itween Ukraine and- 1'oland. Paderewski. the Polish j PAINS. April- cable ig the stenrner 'asliington lo be sent to held lAindoit forldeiegatlori lo'ihc uvo due to an error In, the Unit- recei'ved a le; fd States office London. H wa's anuounceij at Amer- ictn headunarlers Iterc today.. The fact ivas discovered, wji (t.iorably.lf the pietisc-iti: could held under allied' supervision thaLr' fnllmtdallrjti of individuals ivoiili] Trouble in Trans-Caucasia PARIS, April .Armenia WORKS BERLIN, April troops sre reported to have entered and to have occupied the Krupp plant, which, according to prev- ious, reports, had seized by J the strikers. The strikers posted artillery and machine guns at the entrances to the plant. The result of the intervention by the government forces, the ad- vices strte, lhat two-th.Irds of the workmen resumed labors. The people of Essen, the mess- 'age adds; bocame. greatly excited during the operations- of the latter having" thrown hah'd grenades plun: c'ering a baggage vpn. From Saxony much unrest is re- portsd. The communists of. the VogtCand district in southwestern peace cojitereiic'e' Amipuncenien( Made Hrem- in Caucaeia, popnlalion there Is threatened "ser-: ioiuly by Jlusselihaii and Tartar for-! ces-ii-ho hnve disarmed the Armenians Lni'ombe Road i lo Tli VIO.S'.'OX. J Saxony have issued, a i that Saxony be made a soviet re; i public, while the mptal workers at Zwickau, southwest Chemnltx, and 7. .large propertior: ;cf- the Sixon miners have gone on strike. [VOLUNTEERS FOR j HUNGARIAN "REDS" i !.OXDOX. April Twelve rlred Germaii-Auatriau1 roluntaers tor I the MungarJaQ coramunisL anny have arrived in the Hungarian, c-apital 'from Vienna under eommand.-pf the .Aus- tiieu commiiiilsl-leaderslHptb; sill ale- sel. an EicliRnge Telegraph dispatch from Budapest says. More AUstriaiis are expected. General enlistment for the Hungarian Red Arrny. irill :cqria menqe Suiiriay.'-'-- WURZBURG REVOLTS COPE.VHAGEX, April flfltf-Duipal- ekes from Kisiingen report'iliatLtfYe citizens and officials ol Wurzbnrj, HO {miles; to tile strU.tV r'asaijisl the Bavarian soviet p.nd that the town is noiv. in'thjs.hanrts of govenioienl troops. Heavy fishtinjr I against the Spartafa.n forces i when gorenimenl troops stormed the I royal palace anil ciplured the lailway j .MONTREAL. April pro I vmce of Quebec is today voting on ithe as to TvSnR [and shall issued or i whether the pronace shall yo "dry." I Uoth eides liave conducted iTgorous jcampatgat anil the vote Is expected to i be heavy. All the ProtesfMt minis- jtfeL-s have denounced the srantine j-vvine and beer licenses, but the- Ro- man Catholic priests iu caaea [have not OirecteJ their charges. i T-asi iiisfat the "wet" orgaTiized a torch-light procession in tliis city. It I marched throujh the bearing such announcements as "Let's all RO home: Jet Toronto run. :the show." 'Home rule in old "Vive U ttance." "Longr Ih'e ils wine; look at hone dry Rtiasia." The Great War Veteran-' tlon for the Montreal district, last- night paiaed a resolution aiiinat pro- The r. S. Newton, pastor of the East End Methodlat chureh, vai J arrested yesterday tor dis- tributing; temperance literature on. public irireetK of Mcnlieal nlth4 out a "I liad 110 intention ot brtakinc Her. JCr. "and I that ot mayor: T.'as lulficmni. That 4one in Roman Catho.k ctarcliss Sunday and in oilier plmcvt.too.' lay arrested on Uie ilrcetg, last night for dlstribtiHfagt Thu (pmperance forc are up in arms at irhmt Uifl the decision by ihe author it) the forces. is-y whila ihe wet proceMion i in COD Intrent ion of which says that no public. Ikw of this cluracter Tvithin elgnt dars ol a the tributioti of diy hub slopped. DEFAULTERS IS FRENCH WILL TRAIN POLISH ABMY April Pol- ish paper "i.ouch of Thorn an- nounces that, according to the Franco-Polish military, convcn- lion, Krancnijrequired lo train tiie Polish army after the ff Freijdi Twelve, hitn- ilrcd French officers, 'f says. will begin thfi training soon. DALLAS.-Teia's. Ar.l hun- dred knonii'dead had been, listed as victims of 'yesterjay'i lorttiuln Ihrou.qh Teias, southern Oklahoma and pail of ArKsnsas when order he- Han to form lonay" from the chaos the storm. The.Injured; some or them so badly j J hurt that they can not recover, are ex- f, to. niimner: .several hundred, [j. The property da mane, n-liilp it will run into iiloufaads of dollars, will Ije I friiiller than: at flrjt elected, as Ihe path of the stornVnvoids.! all principal striking only farm houses and i smaller vllliiges, j Last nignl Ihe homeless were cared j for by their'nclibboni. Tho storm In I Us irrallK course did not 'ilevastaje entire rejioii, often IcavlnR sev-j houssn and [hen dip- pins in and demolishing the neit liouses. Tliev dropped lo irij the r.orllurn line of coun- llej after Ihe Sfprm. Kn'iei in Sleep The Iinur at which stnrm ilnick caiiHJ iSe huh deatu rale. Boston Conctrri For Over Nearlj-all of the housss drilrayed i container] plecpihi people.' In iriojti the ibe occupffnus haird of i the a'torn wbeu the crnsh- ei) niron their be.1fl. On War TOHOXTO; snd roniv April i tmve Sir IS Re FORK EX-HIOHIAN BWZE TORONTO, April man Aehibald tencfertd his far 1200 to the chiaf of to pay IHe fine impMttf fcy bojrd of ufon Police In- Jehh bscauija t ArchibaM sin kottlo been tthti ftlttt tnt ptrt stored at i ftft avenue .police .court, Pof W In charge. In- tlaimai s for all frfi- and dliUftjXe j ot conlrAcil. THC j Bay that s'fftn option for six monLlis for Ihe of the imiifj in (freftl fliitalil. L'niled limy, Jiir-an ami any of nations. They Tv-ere prif.iutrt, fhty claim, frotn e.v- Sir DonaEil dc- that Ihe pUiiitiffs given no irrfevocable oplion. ehuf hit may be le Mm amf Archltold's station but the (orlreu pi. llarien-j the Main river.from "vVnra hurK, ivas handed over H'ltliout oppoil- [ion. irtini.ij, jji.iniifi i i SDjirtacia leaders are l.jnore.lii to complete rtc line far as j Nears Und] JUnnedosa, reported to be hnl railway Sails For SI. John and clear off outstanding higatious, nevertheless it is not''the; intention of, the government to -tinue'in tht railv.'ay business. Pri'jnierj Charles Stewart made tikis announce-1 i merit to the house this afternoon when. 1 after describing the bill taking over i U-ommuuieatitut with the city .'Megahlk' Unloaded HALIFAX. April Lapland. DEMAND RELEASE.- SPARTACAN LEADiR BHKI.I.V. April' Two Cabiiwi. Ministers That They Should Be OTTAWA, April Punishment r, faulted the ieW bouse durine nearly lln- Demonsfrations Held in Many; Koreans-Are Killed PEKIN, April (Associated thaf Korean de- mcnstrations occurred in the vi- cinity of Seoul on March 27. ac- cording to Hit Korean Daily Nc'vn, copies of which have arrived hcrt, It is said the Japanese soldiers attacked the crowds with guns, swords and bayonets, and. that many Koreans were killed. Three Japanese are reported to have been injured. is declared trie-Japanese au- thorities are unable to deal with the situation ariiing from demon- Kration's beinf held1 in so many different towns. at bySirSani Hujlics; (or uniform adRiinlstration ol; tie with peniltio? rnr1 those who had noi ivltli the Brnlwlly, the house rote o'clock: (he i didjiot dock ycslcrilay he-j congress ruled in favor o! "the i i rausc of a high wind and her passen- )pendent on a preliminary motion 'ai'd I scrs v.-cre sont ashore in lighters. The lurmoil resnlteJ in which- the vio jalcamcr sailed'for Porlland icnec of the rocrimitialiotis hlirlfd ing. The wero forwarded on the led liy radicals cansid. Ih'e [four Iralns. Tho.. first lefl at 6.1S. the MajorKy-Socialist niemljera lo becomi o and in degree to the votas to carry the mo- BRANDON. Man. Or, K. S. Thorntcm. minister of ciliura-i' liPli. Jaiil tbtlay tlial if aperinl session j pa t..............._____ of the normal schojl woilM be opcneili tnnijiort Miuv.cdtsa. cairyitis S5i Ca- j ajiprising Ihe'iii fuWioi-s-. 6s ns a nuiuhcr soviet licit-gates. Ifp TO FINANCE U. S. ROADS WHK. April of five I.rat S'ew Vorli bauVs. loielken vrllli from Chicago and other cltiet. will confer with rector Oeiitral Jllnes of tlie. railroad Sec'retiiry of tlio Treas- ury and other fnilon on FrMty, It was announced here. Inn. iifjlit, In an effort to ar- plins for flnkncftiK tfce raliroiHs, .lleprcscnla. tlven of (he rallwiys also wfll allcnd 0.2.S, thinl at the fourth at S.05. Satiirnla Arrives ST. N.B.. Apiil 10. The! The reJiilt was Mildly npjlauded jlraiii-pnrt with returning the nflicials ol Iho congress' hid nadiaii tr.wps on docker! here: no oilier choice linn forihwilli ad- tbif; nioriiJr.i1. dress messages to the and Arrive (18th [Prussian governments, tlie al- (ITTAVVA. April militia do jforaey and the anthorltlea of the ilmesit lies been advUed itint jail, v.licre I.edebour s l'a'! aiiprising ihc'.n of the'wi'lies the April :s -iJr tlie ruitirnctl iors who intended to' take up teaching profession. Already 20 ap- plication; for this school have been recetver.1. .Mr. Thornton .-.aid that tlic f provincial IIBS made ar-i for the orJvjncliiB of a'month to those needing financial K> rlslarice, HID amount to bo refunds.. OTTAWA. April return [nMllilii two no inlercsl boinjr. ranmoes ytilerday by Thomas While tit llio request of lion. U. t.emlcux. shov.-sv slnco there have -been tlgiit m In Canada, involving 16-hanks. of civilians', starlet! today for .St. John and 'dock Ihere on the ISlii. Tlicrc nre no units on hoard. years. Etuj-, land, he .severe thin in Canada. CanajrflaiM overseas coranittMl of- British law, under the juilsdklion ot tNe Britlsli. army. .Mr. Quthrie "I na.r. rXfi-, rtU! information. I have, been loM there kare x On tue aide o! (hehoux Ibefa nui ihe (CMnl arjnment )Aht. fines for were ntfair lo men who fonrplirfl wltk th dtctared that the grei'test, had eifroptlons. iRnulij I broiifat Into court aide 'the defaulters. ,W. r. Nfctl.e, ofe riuo.ted from readi! aj: the member far DorcliMter .to that he van Ihe as well i% opposed lo The (Janadi.131 here Quebec Uank nierger. HAM McMICKEN DIES A. .1' ilc.Minlicin.'fbriiHir noted coiistiiloil