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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta tfnUeraW VOLUME XII. ALBKHTA. .MONDAY, APH1L It. Nl MUKH AMI With DeVaiera About Irish Home Rule Soviet Leaders Flee From Munich And Dusseldorff LONDON, April II.- (SpefbljSecond Spariacan Outbreak Appears io Have Been More i-ablc to the Toronlu Muil it.ul Quelled Thau First-Soviet Fleeing in All Minister of War Soviet Leader to Insane Asylum. is .says j the Morning Post, "that ncguiia- lions have lakoii place, or are in progress, between lite ministers j SOVIET LEADERS and Sinn I'cincrs in reference to I FLEE FROM MUNICH Opposition in Edmonton is All J'rimed for Field Day un Hnilwavs I Ihc ttovei-nmeitt'ol' Ireland. The j-slaieineiil is thai a dcpulalum 'came from 1'aris lo see De Val- jera. One version lias'i I Hint Iliei .Simi 1'ein lender was asked wliiilj lie wauled. Anotlier is thai De Vnlcra was promised, dominion Iiume rule on condition of liis pi'omi.sinj! lo abandon the pres- ent Sinn Fein rejnibliean jiol- icv." 1 NUREMBURG, April report from 3rd army headquarters at Munich jays thjt the garrison has established a military dictatorship in support of the Hoffmann ministry, which -the soviet regime seeks to over- throw. Action to recover the j SAXON MINISTER capital from soviet forces is pro- OF WAR KILLED pressing favorably, it is said. Adolph who was appoint had on two occasions been confin- ed to an asylum for megalomania. Dr. Levien, leader of the Indepen- dent Socialists, is believed to have fled and 16 soviet leaders, includ- ing Landauer, Waencr and Neu- ham, of the soviet min- istry, are said to hr.ve been arrest- ed. EXTEND LIFE Or THE NEWFOUNDLAND HOUSE ST. JOHN'S. April mier IJoyd announced that the gov- ernment has reversed its previous dec- laration tj liold a seneia! e.ecjiim early in .May and that he ivilE intro- duce a bill c-itetidhig the life oi the present parliament until Bolshies Were Cause of Mutiny of U.S.A. Troops __________ i April 11. OITifisil rcpiu'ls li> the wiir tic-' COPENHAGEN', war minister in rovcm- March, chid' ol" slalT, shows thai Ihc mulitiy among Ihe t'niteil; Stales troops at Archangel was i diivclly due lo propaganda cir- enTaleil Ijy liolshevil; er.s ainoiif; Mir men. all of llie asked hy Ihe soldiers I jnl Ihcii' iil'ficer.s having liceu di- _ed commiss oner of foreign aifjirs [uicnt of Saxouy. was killed at A. ii. Will He Centre of i.. Attack (o He Made Ky J.cader Hoadlev in the soviet cabinet of April 9, has been placed in an insane asy- lum, according to reports. When his appointment to this office was announced, it was raid that he to Versailles Thii iSpcc.'al to the ilcruld I .EDMONTON', April t Ibat. of .llje raised iu Ibe -sale provtiicially guaranteed bonds j "f the Alberta ami Great Waterways -vears ut German Delegates Beinr Called J.S.WJ.OM has already been liald on', In interest, another railway resolu- 1 lion was presented in tiie House Sul-' unlay by George lloaiuey. leader o[ the opposition. j After setting forth lhat the bonds of ihe A. anil 0. were guaranteed by Hie province in 1908. and shortly afterwards sold for {T.luO.OOO, Mr. Hoadley's resolution says tiiat the line remains incomplete atler the lapse of nine years, liiat the- service on the puition of the line completed is ir- regular and uncertain, and the rev- enue not sufficient lo psy the cost .stands. That dale! il 01. operation: that the lotal interest IWILL LIKELY MAKE i I tative notified Dr. Otta fH Itauer, of Gcrnian- 1 I j Austria, that, tie lirhifb government has authorized-nlni to declare tbat it don yesterday by disgruntled ioMicrs to whom tlift minister liad refused 'A hearing. Tlie war ministry was storm- eil by demonstrators, who dragged out j Ilerr Neuring and tlirtr.v him into Ihe Kibe, where be was shot aud killed as he Irierl to swim ashore. FOOD FOR AUSTRIA ONLY IF QUIET VIENNA, April Conenna- British inililarv PA HIS. April pence by Hie prorince in sli'orUy conference leaders have come lo an imderslanditig regarding (laic when the (lerman dclegtiles shall he. called into cbnl'crenee, Ihc Pelil Parisicil savs it under- he the capitol oi the league of SWISS CHOOSE MOST MAGNIFICENT SITE FOR CAPITOL, NATIONS LEAGUE GF.XKVA. April a meeting of the Elate, council yesterday il was reported that a magnificent site on shore of Lake Genera anil facing Mont Ijlauc had been chosen for the building which will In future occurfeU in Herman-Austria, I imports. incluuinK IOK< and ma- j ierials would be immediately and en- lirely paid, on [he bonds so far JWJ'X'losc'al Iia. 'tlifTrio choap constriietton railway renders its operation daneev- April o'us'to Ihe travelling'public and cm-! FINAL SIGNING lhat it.ia a mailer of BE DELAYED rAITIS, Apr.'i; (Associated Pressl nations. The pr-ople of tlie v city are rejoicing over ihe de- of the cunimissio.ii o'u tile league of niuions at Paris.