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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta yOLUME XU. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, APU1L 19i9 100 Spoils be Divided Thai is Now Considtred By Coarimiswon rations Herald's First Weekly Crop Report TiiM by Moi.tur. MMt tarte Iheruwt In Acreage Reported fruklni Thrw Feet 6( Moitture In (uirmitrMlvw 'of Like. liKIAJlUM'S CLAIMS SHOULD COME FIRST Russia's Share Ukely To Be Taken to Offset Allied Loans Early in War i Last year during the crop, wrsoii the herald issued bvcry Tuesday a crop-summary on reports from correspondents la every centre of the titles forlli coBdlUoiis during the Tills report was found to be so valuable to business men and ihe people in general in keeping in touch with crop coalitions through- out this large grain area thai tlie Her- ald has decided, to continue the feature lliis year, and herewith presents its first 1919 report dealing with seeding conditions. The report.will be issued every Tuesday hereafter throughout the season. The first report phowi that .seeding Is geuei-itT throughout thfi south, but fs being delayed owing to the Incle- ment weather ofr the past ten days, 1'AKIS, April commission rain milps wldo the right bank of the iihlne, whili: Ihe allies will, hold the bank.of (liatrircr until Iho first iiislallmen'Tot the itldemuity is paid.- While Hie ivork of fixing the amount' of money paid hy Germany lo the allies and -associated'powers has been'- completed- Iherfi fur- Indian Home Rulers Cause Disturbances as Protest tb Newly Enacted Rowlatt Act I'rance LO.VllO.X. April disturbances in India were referred lo in parliament'last light a-> being the snBseslul a- the no ot what was the final exchange pabue lesi'tance i against-! the. rtceTH Ifidiaii legislation as Jhe Kowlatt Intended to combat.Sedition.and conspirac: The moiement o iginatcd with tne home rule anu has taken shape in attacks on officia's and Europeans-and oil'property. The (liPturbancoE retently at I.ahoro and niles eastward, where three fnnk minagers were burned lo ..death, -in. the tiiwn halt, two- hanks destroyed. gnipli. office wreck ed" anil' pean kjlle'l dttackeii Enro- a mob baTnetl tne 7 telegraph Indian offite issued a.-loiig statement describing tbe general situ- shown that there liave and two goicrnmenC there-were a few casualties There have been in which some persons have been wounded at Bombay, tlie statement "says, iu most of these are now niaintaining-ordeT. fpr'ces Not Long To Be in ReS'eluiionaries The cable Gazelle'Trom New York! ivs: j "If if has .been finally determined to set no government price for 1219 on Canada's wheat, thVde'cisIbh is lively Be Settled Chairman Strike Must Soon Says to prove a far-sefil'ne has been promptly arrived at. With the- British farmer receiving a gnaran- teed basic price of .a the American farmer bushel, Ihe price of wheat -3t ill a world quotation, and neither a Liver- pool, Chicago nor Winnipeg quotallon. matter wkat nay do, the moment It comet lito con-' tact Ith a. free export in world markets, It muet yield to Ihe opera- tive supply, and deoUtid, automatically sets, iU ovn prices. "Both the British and United States goTernments will .hato 1o raaae good the difference betireW the open mar- let price, and theTguarante'ed prke. "Price Is a world equation, A good of, say, with SPANISH CABINET LIBERAL MADHIU; In cir- cles hero It is believed that Ihe new cabinet to Maura, .'wlll'ta formed by Antonio a..Mberal consollda- llifl Vnpporl of former from- ;and the government price of Hi -wilt not count for mnch In a world martet with a lurnorer of more than bushels. Nor, for that matter, -will the United States t-OTernmeat do mncn more than yield anbitantial pension premium over any probahle price of wheat.. "Our winter crop Is in per. feet condition. It promise 'of a yield, hut the .harvest is. some months oft. The season has been mild and open In the greater, part of tlie winter'wheat belt. Some rereraal of form waflld not be abnormal following an abnormal antnmn and winter. "However lliat may ever Ihe price may be, no one In to bo congralnlatt'J the Cana- dian farmer. A return to normal lempcraturii and open Is In erUable, Betler hate them now at the close of p. of great pros- than- on when the dollar may not look so jrma.il. The farmer to he congratulated who can say his projita for 1919 on a government gift, hut hate been justified solely awl partly by economic conditions. He will better etfuipped to luce a of coinpell tlon when ol product prlc'ci n't Hid jlnfted arxf lliltisiricvelH Vill u'Vcrly ef MONTREAL, April tht tlrike l> not settled within a.rcac- onabFe time, our are prepared to cat! out the men enrolled under Canadian of Railway ErnploV-. in Sympathy with ian company Mr, T. ehalr- (man.of the organization, of [the Canadian Express employeei latt right. The itrike it stilt both aides' in the controversy holding firm. BERLIN, April ed Communist gov- ernment in Munich, realizing that its days wsre num- bercd, issued a big '.lilt of orders more radical thjfi its previous decrees. One order pro- vided for the communizatlon of. 'women) "including an- other order ditplaced all managers directors of industrial estab- lishment! ar.d their places to workmen. Reports from Munich there it much talK there of the advisa- bility of moving the .Communist government from Munrch to Anz- ;bach. ARGENTINE INDIAN UPRISING AlItKS, April In- dian, uprising in the province of For- liosji. in the nortbeastern part of Ar- genttiia, is spreading toward Chaco, where settlers have been .attacked. Cavalry forces have been sent to sub- flue tlio Indians. Province :ind Municipalities Reaped. Half. Million Tear TOIIOXTO. April rev- enuc tfnuer iho''Temperance Act, ac- cordiuf Id fieuresjlist published by Uie urovincial license department, to- Vailed in tills being 796 in excess previous year's revenue, The, expenses of enforcing tlie act wove nn increase of as compared with life previous year's expenditure. MunlcipalUie.sija've rsceived'Tevenue in lines In 191S amounting to an increase over'this'previous year of W. M. Withdraws Holiday Bill on Urging of- CJovernment receive a.iiiajor portioti. Bighty-nhie per.cent, of the physi- cians .who Issued 'liquor prescriptions issued a month; Ihe. average of tha remainder having Ijeen.loO a month., f' OTTAWA, April divlsinn! of H to G7 Ihe house _of comaiofls adopted a proposal by Sir A'hqmns While lo refer the qncgllon of' Ilie ronferrlns of titles on British subjects domiciled In Canada lo a special com- mittee of house tonight. wns inlcnsc Interest In tbo vote becauscjt liecame apparent dor- and what- Ing tho" course of the debate thai- a number of Unionists did not.favor.the proposal. An adverse Tote woulfl riot, however, have involved the defeat of Ihe. fovernmeiil because the acting premier, in moving his as an amendment to W. F. Xlclile's rcnolii- lion explained lhat ho did not make It a gov6rnment mat- ter, but that'll would he for When Ihe voto.waa. (aVeu il was found that nine Unionists had with'tho opposition. They were: Campbell, Nelson, Cruise, Itonptiln; Ueed. Kred Par- Weat (Jriiwe, Dnrrard; r'rlpp. 011 a wa: Kojlur, Hist Ifiirolil, llrnnl, and Manlou, Fort 1I4M. Of the nine Utiionlsla who fti'l not vple witli the government anpimrters, Frlpp nnd Foster are Conservatlve- ITnionlsts and the other seven .fcibcral- Tlie attitude of the opposition as defined by IX.D. lIcKorale, Liberal leader, was that the matter should be settled by tlio house and not referred lo a conimiilee. i l.ast session, he said, the house lind been prepared lo pass judgment such titular distincliou. White's sub which he explained; was baeed upon n'suggejiUon made by Sir Itobcrt lior- den in' a' for a com- mittee (IT rojiort or. fiuestlon of conferring all honor titles In Canada to all subjects ot Ills .Majesty rcsi dent iu including those wlio have overseas, In Canada or elsewhere, military and civilian service in connection wllti the war. Sir Thomas'in'hls speech said thai tu Tlic, Hcrulill EDJ10XTON'. April t lieins estimated lha! Sj per cent of the total 'will so to them.' Oni'ot. the remainder, the. smaller. powers will be given their shares, aiid that there" will ail Eorue dfssatlsfacl.iOE on Is directed RIOTOUS DISORDERS IN In Hungan _where a repuli he heen'm power for several weeks having i established i IT tualh without bloodslied Hie eiecu tions of Archiiuke" Joseph of Auairla Dr. Alexander "VVekerle, foruier and ;i3aron Joseph Szetpreayi.' niiuislcr of commerce, ip reported. GonfirinaUoiVis as yet lacking Riolous .disorders continue In Ger- many. In Bavaria are indica- liois.that Ihe government, 'led by yre1- raier Hoffman, successor lo Kurt Eis- ner, is gaining ground -and that Iho sovieTT regime, which tlirealehevl lo take-over complete control, uiay ho. ousted. In Berlin there have lieeu rioia ana1 troops have fired oil street ven- dors who are alleged to have been, dealing 'in stolen goods. In ihe itidiis-7 trial region of Westphalia tlie st'rtku'-- coulluues, but no further fighting has been reported. A rather siliinllon h'js arisen in India, where Oiere have been disorders of. a serious horo anil Ampritsar, in tha nortliivesi- ern comer ot the peninsulii. have been the scenes of riots. Thlie- furliier south mobs have buried 'govsrumenl btftW-. first 'ormal division of the present session of the Alberta legislature took place Monday nfienioon1 oirtfre qi whether, a biil introduced, by ,J, u. Turgeon, (Gov.) Kibslohe, as.a miblie bill should really be a butlitf private bill. The measure woulil per- mit chiropralors to practice iu.Alberfa under proper-restrictions' and exam- inations. Attorney-General R. Boyle ruled that the measure should have been brought in 4s a private bfil when it came up on second pad- ing, moveil-an amendnient-tbat Iho.bill be struck .off the order paper.; After .1 lengthy legal debate Mr. Boyle and Mr. Turgeoti, the house sup- ported the attorney general on partisan volo and the. bill .was sfrniic oli'. Premier Charles Stewart had previously expressed pplnipn that llitr-bill should hare-been brotight in as a private bill, and expressed the regrel that'll could not have becn.'dc- bnlcd on its merits. As (lie time for introiluclng Drivate bills Is' passed the measnre'is dead lor this session, W.-M: iJavidson (Oovt.) N'prtli Cal- gary. dismissed his proposed bill providing'for a universal half holiday throughout reciting the advantages of such a measure in de- tail. After considerable discussion In which Government pointed out that It was too lalu In tile session loj consider measure with reter- en.ce to its effects in rural Mr. Datldsoh agreed to the- standing over, ofThVmeasure until next-year. Upholds ContwiUon of Opposi- tion Regarding Records; ot Probe Cemmittte On. tbc mailer, but for. (he inicrven- the present sitnatlon is lhai no more tion of Sir llohert Ikirclen. "tlio said Mr. Jlc- K'enzie. "should copie forward with a declaration of pcjlcy." j hereditary titles -will be conferred ex- cept on the, recommendation of the prime .minister. The comniltlee named' by ttlv i-The vote was brought about hy U'.! Thomas Is of Sir Herbert resolution calling for (h.'l Amos tending to His M.ijesly of an addred prayfnj that he lo' refrain from 'upon Drilhlt BJibJeclii iJomiCIM A j II. Springfield, moved by, war of amenllmenf that all heredi- tary lltles shaiild e.esjeln on ijemlsc of .esjeln preSPfnt of Messrs. 'Nloklfi. (ireeu. T'eck, Ilnclianfinlp.CIark, cf lied Doer; Thompson, Qu'Appelle; Cowan, Richardson. Whidden, NesbiU, Middle- bro, Hardee, Cocksh; i, NesliiU, iiitt, Mutp Mc- SEROT, HOLMES, V.C., GETS n WELCOME OWE.V SOtNI> Ont 1> Scrgt'. T. Holmes. V.C.. was given a rousing welcome home here today upon hi3 arrival from ,-TorOiilo. 116 was presented wilh'a "leatlmonial1' in the.form of a About a year and a half Sound's (Succlftl to TllB Herald) KDMONTON, April Speaker Martin Woolf to- day ruled Ibat'parliamentary authori- ties uphold Iho contention that public acconnts comtaittee should have iiernjilted the mtnority resoln- 'tlon finding that Liicicn Boudreau.- did last Kdmontbn vendor withput paying 11 at'the time 15 have been entered on.' thp minutus of tho committee, .also liat the vote against the. resolution clearing_ Boudreau and the vole-for the minority resolution been incorporated in the, committee minutes. He suggested that'Ihe ogrftpher's notes votes be deemed lo bo a part of the mitlee records" This suggestion WHS agree 1 to with th" acWM proaise b> ttiat the minority resohi- lion also would be im.orporated in. fhe committee The debate ot the majority resolution is expected to be held Tuesday In ihe 1 Colg. Rons, of-West-Middlesex; Cross hero IJeuMol Master, llobb, KlcWIng, H- W. A. tflslmp. the premier' 'airman kjn. Oopp, McCiirdy Mid Sinclair, of welcomi'd to Ills idoi'tW In Gnysbprb. IN INDIA I.O.VDOX, has been rioting at Lakcn 4 wHb of life Incluiimg ncrordin; lo statement to ;