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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. THURSDAY, AP1UL XIMBKK Massacre of Aimuyans Feared Troops Concen- trate on Munich STRIKES HOLD UP FOOD FOR GERMANS LONDON, April is learn- ed here that the situation in Tur- key causing grave anxiety. In- _" ternal disorder Is rife, according to from ft Admiral Webb, R. N.. at It it feared there khortly will be outbreaks and mat we res of the. Armenian population on a large scale; The situation at Smyrna, where thfi Turks and are ready to spring at each other's throat, it iyp'tat of-the situation throughout Turkey. Bands of brigands are' dominating the country, even with- in a few of and' committing atrocities and murders. i- -The Committee of Union -and Progress, the Young Turk organi- zation which was driven from power In Constantinople as a re- sult of the allied victory, Is report-' ed -to be secretly conducting an I energetic reorganisation meeting. j LONDON, April anarchy reigns in Munich, accord- j ing to a Copenhagen dispatch j Exchange Telegraph company. All work'h'as ceased. are' net running and robbers are loot- Ing houses .and threattninj tht, banks, the-dispatch states. The. first infantry rtglment re said to have joined the Spartacar.i. GOVERNMENT- TROOPS CONVERGE ON MUNICH "April 17. iTAsBociatrii PreasAf-H if Reported tliat. iu llie J Hf die railway sUUon at tiave been 150 ! nenl therefrom irerr 6n'd: the- each side of Ihe Augsburg-Munich nil- way has converted into an armed Military camp. H is reported iroop's make a converging attack on Munich. STRIKES PREVENT HUNS GETTING FOOD UEilUX, .April (Associated unloading of foofi fillips at Bremen, lias been slopped by the strike tlierc. The biff stores and. or- dinary shopsylu tliis city have been dosed, bnt there is no sign of a.gen- em! strike on a large Fcalu. At Mulhcim and Hamborne workDIen are striking, but' at Dnssel- and othtr Brliiih piBiert. important "it it that the pit not only of Muthem Alberta, whe .are: directly but empire and the .heuM have fulleat powibta the pra- untfeftakinga, that tne Her haa dwMatf to issue on Satur- day, tlUy aq 'irrigation; De- vtlcpment Number, in. Which ar- i forreil with Karris. )Hs visit lo Ibis coaat is. one taken in Uie course of Ills consular duties M chief representative In Canada of tho Chinese republic, but it hw rial fllgnlflcanco owing to the fsr.l tliat (ii view of recent legislative enact- menls by the as well ni the being carriefl on In British g Columbia against Chinese femplaml In I Industries, tnfc status of sub- jeclf 61 tho'Clilnexe rep'nbllc Is bcfng affecled. In view of the murder here Ust I ember of Tang Hu C-hlacap and the fear that has STnce Gxlfilerl in of CIilntMr that nifght ho molested, the consul-general (o Victoria fir. l.loyd George declared .his-roadI'-HTV; in print, the tcTnis'or PEMCC of his pledges, "il -would be preferable to see Ihe terms of Ihe 'it.e- inaiKis o! justice.and security and ac- cording wvl'i them in every -The Daily. NEWS there, may have iieen serious .reasons fm'ounntion as [p'lbe terms 'ft th _ are idle. It HE that .pine, of then. Imve npl SIMLA, April were uaeil .totlny in coping with' 'the disor- ders that have broken out in Ihe Vim- jab.- A nioti attacked J ot peace, Lnl. m tho almiu? nf.'cyi- traln in lUis district and w reread-the :j'1' railway station at Gujranwala. planes were sen I from [Lahore and "lhc mob was homhed Id' machine gun fire front v Considerable still exists .in' Lahore.- 'The for.the district has .appointed-some of the leading men'to in- fluence for the. re-openin? ?hdps. J Otherwise' authorities; would lake aclinn. total h-nlt and vegslable crop last year, was a little under a quarter of a million' dollars while the ontput iu tSS.OOO. ..'The gain was due an arliticial fertilize'the flowers.-The 1200 acres of orchard bloom while a-picturesque1 panorama ,_______ for the the honeymoon par-! lies in June Should be a verllnhle I ]n Case of Little Tony Pavlufc heavenly han-est for the honey mak-1 Ing bees. The side line of the apiarist last year Iba. honey sold 8t the apairy cents per pound. The potillry flocXs ot the dislrict.rt turned a crop of M30 dozen eggs anil the beef the district number 196 head.. The 40000 acres ot range found in tlie valley (if the.Koot' In 'fit} mutations sawll ah4 Witts Ihe Itlltr li.Sl Creston. Otee acre (hiwWriM al Wyrirltl of [live 9 toe If. The dairytaeu shlprjcd abonl 4740 fe-otti lo better prices and a vnst in- [enay rivrr IJTOTG "brgreat value lo the CTMse in output. f j Big Berry 5 year lhc export (if strH'.vbfir- Ihlo dislrka t'61 tiled 6260 fo.b. Cirwfoii. and al 'crates "of :in tho Wyn- In 1JJ7 was abTiormal crop of of IV the JkU sab. of inllk r.nd gats, of cream mostly sold 16 J he. Soldiers Sauatbr- lui.i. produiSts of the diatticl lnclndfr.1 1000''ganons 418 cars of lumber, 'posti and polts. Two box factories Aperate. In the district and nude 147.WO crates (or the local mar- kel, Trlta saJpiwd Us ottier fruit dialrlelji. -r- A year there were only 14 anlos arid. n'oV tliere arc aulos nnd Ran Over Bj Michel Autoist. lo Tile f'BBNIK. April lS.-lThe adjourned' inquiry into lhc cause ofidealh'' of Tony i'avluk, Ihe seven-' yeaY old child, run over by an auto'driven by Mike Sauchik. a Slav, who -Jives Michel, last Saturday evening in Fernlo Anurt, was the city ball before Coroner.Marraf..Af-. fer bearing the evidence' o{ persons who withe'sses 'to ifie tragedy, tile jury brought Id a of accldenlal death. ATTOKMEV. April Ijtiic- tot, attorney at law of Sifnl, 'formed- ly member of the for" died list evening sf'ter n snort Illness.' Has Fighting Tenth: and Olher Kirsl Division Troops