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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, lil, Xt 'MHMH 10'J HUNS MUST SIGN TREATY OR FIGHT Switzerland is Asylum Now For Broken Down Princes Major Wood, Who Would Fly The Atlantic, Has JJath in Irish Sea WEATHER. STILL HAD NEWFOUNDLAND END ST. JOHNS. Nfld., April j Hawker and Reynham have decid- ed to attempt no flight today. l.LMKK'lCK. Ireland. April Major! J. I'. Wood, the Drlusli aviator ivliul left Kask-hnreb. England, yesterday ifternoon In his airplane for this city'.! .'ell into lite Irish Sea last'ntght. Major Wind RUI] Caul. C. C. Wylic, his navl-j were uninjured. The net-Went occurred near Holy- i ri'JU'J, !o which plan; Xsvicafor went for assitilauee. It Is -HellcVcdl :liat the machine can ha saved. Xo tails of _tlifc accident iiavc been ve-" Ticror t'tic'uciYs of Major Wood's iftllftiK into Ilia sea having been re- ceived by telephone from Currufih. May Start Monday Wood's machine will be repaired at Ilolyhcatl if It Is not badly riaiCLjcd. it was staled this morning by G. Hemp, inamigc-r for the airplane coin- IKiny which constructed it. He had not yet been notified of the extent of the repairs necessary, but if it -was possible Hit? machine vould he bronchi 10 Limerick at once so [hat Wood might sfart on his trans-All untie flight ;iy as Monday. Airplane Saved I.ONUOX, April Wood's airplane, which fell into tbe Irish Sea, lns( rifghtt has been towed Hoiv- fjfciil. uL'tiordliig to the Daily Mail.'Th'e riiachfiic uninjured and Major Wood- -and bis rJavlga'tof are safe. >M_jijor AVooci's machine, was towed Jiiio port liy tht destroyer Paisley. GENEVA, April official statement from states that the federal council has authorized four Austrian archdukes, Max Frederick, Eugene and Charles Etiennt, to live in Switzerland on condition that they shall en- gage in propaganda or politics. The four -archdukes will tem- porarily stay with the former 'Emperor 'Charles st the Chateau of Wartegg, at'Staatf, near Rors- chach, on Lake other archdukes are ex- pected .to, arrive in Switzerland shortly white it is reported that the former Crown Prince of Ger- many Is doing his utmost to ex- change his Dutch residence for a Swiss hotel. FRENCH WRECK TOLL PARIS. April death list in 1 the wreck Crclsse on 1 Thursday has mouuted-U) So, iuclud- i ing 1C Americans. EX-EMPEROR CHARLES He Has plenty of company in Swit- Premier of ;Italy, a member or ihe "Council of J'our." who will go to Versailles next week-end to deliver the peace terms to the- German plenipoten- tiaries or Saturday. BOY KILLED BY POLICEMAN PORT AKTHUIt. Out, April Loalo aped 12, was killed, wheu. run over by Provrqdal Police Inspector McKirdy's auto. Will Northdiffe Proceed To Unmake Lloyd LONDON, April Mail and Daily Mail's tditorfal comment on Lloyd George's attack on Northcliffc and the yesterday in the house of commons includes a passage in which -'it is surmised" that Lord Northcliffe. will be as Indifferent to Lloyd George's attack as to tht more friendly of emissaries to Northcllffe at Fontbleau from Premier Lloyd George making overtures between them which evidently were, fruitless. Lord brother. Lord fiotner- meVer, came to Paris from Nice this week to Intercede at the last moment orrbehalf of the premier, but apparently also without sue- cett. The progress of this fight will be watched with interest. Without Lord Northcliffe's assist- ance, Mr. Lloyd George could have become prime minister. It now-remains to be seen whether Lord Northcliffe can unmake him. ORGANIZED FAEMERS, LETHBRIDGE FED. CONSTITUENCY, HAVE ASKEDjF FOR POLITICAL CONVENTION, JUNE LORD NORTHCLiFFE With Employes Who Will lie Given Opportunity To Pur- chase Shares ST. JOHNS, Xfld., April a.m.) 1 weather is Intitraving but is still cloudy and wet, Ii is doubtful if any frying" ullt be attempted toilay. V Hawker nn'd Conitiiander Grieve, his navigator, took advantage1 of the con- tinned delay to have mechanic inns In- stall n low power wireless sending apparatus in the Sopwltli plans. It was originally intended to have a high jwver scntiEug set, hnVtiie generator burned out, in tba trials. Tlie up. paralns lias a radius 2r> miles which is believed sufficient lo call for help or ask nearly amps "for weather re- ports., HoUt the Sopwith ami Martlnshlc five equipped with receiving pifctH witli nn estimated vadius uf '2f Fertile, member! of ocal Union, voted on the One Big nion baH6t Thurtday. The two ueitfens on which they vtted were fellows: Are you In favor of stvtrlng your with your present International craft union and be- coming purl of One Bfg Jnduitriil .Organisation of afl workftri? Are you in favor of a ventral MriKe to six-hour work- (na day? i The vole showed overwhelming- fy in faver of both propositions, he 'figures being; Total number of votes 583. Yea on Question' 1, 533. Yes for six hours, 533, No on No. f, No on day, 31, Eigh'. spoiled ballots. (Special to the Ilorahl) BDMOXTO.X, April Ijluf- ling on bo Hi sides brought the I legislature to what tuoketl like an irapassc in tbe way of adjournment Thursday, the leaders finally got lo- sot her and by special arrangements all business was finished up, the Lieu- tenant Governor canio in and gave as- sent lo the bills, and (he house ad- Journal lor the session at 11 o'clock Thursday night. The arrangement included an agree- ment by Jamos Weir Nan ton, not to press liis tariff and wheat price fixing reso.hiltons and to withdraw his? to a suspen- sion of Ihe rules In order to pass the "Kifly-Klfly" Jiail insurance company bill. The me.iaure gol its third read- ing and ivns jtapsed. On Ihe other Jmml J. S. McCanuni, Vegrevlllc ilicl not get liis resoiution nskfrg the house to nicmonilfzc the Pcdcnil gororntnetit to rnako a '.asli grant or J2.000 lo soldlor.i sewed overseas passed cither, The retolulfons fverc hot really but the arrangement was such that llic MeuteninMlovernor cmne in and gave 111? to the bills before the house coMIown to them And kdjoumfneni (hen ac- compliflhed. "Farmer Jim" Wai .lames Weir, Xantdu. attcmpteil lo force n of thejiouso ruloa Thursday ariernoon In nrder to dis- cuss the demand of tltr Veterans Tor ilJpfranchlscmont'of aliens of cncrny btrlh. Premlor Stetmrt finally jiolnt- ed out tlia! aR he had said on Iho prev- ious night the question WAS ono oaroftil )iro- poaln; lo dlsfranrliisc for twenty yeans even though they vrere of nliori enemy birlli, was a ,-ierIniis Ihlng pcrlmpn ovon hnd somcvvlifit In ihr Kr lhonxh> it 111- ndvi.-cd in [iruaH ijiu -Mj'jjtct uutll ,11 i n Ihe Having previous y bo no election, so far as cerned in meantime. The speaker under the rules of the tionac irpheld Mr. Hoyle's objection to a. suspension of Ihe The legislature proved- In no hurry lo conclude Mfsintss i .completed, the so Lit Kern Attcrta intend .to-turn, few to political, ?nd in- dicatJonc at> the present moment art that conventions will be held during the last week of May or 'the, month of June in practically every federal constituency in the province, including Lethbridge, This report, conies from the cen- tral office of the U, F. A. Con- stituencies whereN more than per cent, of the locals have voted in favor of holding conventions, as outlined in the program for plac- ing farmer candidates in ,the field as decided upon at the convention -in Edmonton in January, are Leth- bridger Medicine. Hat, Macleod, River, Red Oeer. West Ed- monton, Vfcloria, Battle River and Strathcona. This [raves only East Edmonton and East and West Cal- J fliry where political action by the i organized farmers Has not yet I been decided on in the 12 federal coniUtuencies. l In the l.elhbridge district the agila- j tion is principally lo the U. I V.'A. locals along the Cardsion tranch, I which was tlie only dislrict visited by j President Wood on his recent, tour. It' is likely the convention in Ihis riding will be held in J-ethbridgc dur- ing the month of June, in Ihe Mac- lead ri.rKng the convention, it is under- stood, will be held in 'Macleod during June. Medicint' Hal constituency held" I convention, when ho candidate] o was Iiaincd> whoever lie! cliosen will he required to place.his undated resignation in the hands of LOOKS LIKE MURDER TORONTO, April Thorn ELS Clicmulsousky, a Pole, who was found lying iu a pool of blood on a street in New Toronto a week ago. died in Grace Hospital here today. Foul play is suspected. Battalion in Command of Lieut.- possiDiiity of I delegates refusing 10 ilia LOl. Only 2 'treaty, in case they should refuse., Years Old tsfiya Marccl Hutin. in the I'A-ho i Pavip. the tc-'xl of the ideate i would be immediately made puhli HALIFAX. April I.- ENE1ESIL1 H committee of 21 membeta of. the C. K- A. -locals of the district, and this resignation may ne Bent to Hie gover- Tuesday, when the mcmborA sp6nt the I n6r-gcwcral at any lime the farmers entire afternoundebating Ihe resohi- lion by A, Kwing (-ondemuins the railway policy of the government in of the district decide tlial their mem- PARIS, April Gsrman delegates to the peace congress are coming to France by way of Belgium, to which point they wjll travel by their own convey- ances, says the Petit Journal to- day. At Spa, however, a special train provided by the French authorities win await them and their journey thence will be made under military guard. At Versailles a military delegation' will receive them and conduct them io their lodyings. The German representatives, the newspaper states, will be treated courteously, but will be regarded as enemres as long as the treaty remains unn'gned, They wJlf not be allowed to go about at they please, and will not be allowed to give newspaper interviews on pain of beirtg charged with com- municating with the eriemy. bcr. should lie hcj elected, is not living up lo his pro-election pledges. regard to ttie Slc-Arthiir schemes. Sir. jt js understood the various conven- Ewing denounced ail tlio moribund (ions In the province will be held con- railways with which the government secutivcly so that speakers from the now finds Itself burdeticrl and bore central committee may be in especially on tno paid out by 'ance. the government from tlie railsvny trust The movement in this constituency, (iiwis lo protect boniis oE tlie Edmon lo reports received by (he ton-nnnvcgan front default. llpvald. is very strong ill tiic Cards- Premier's Stand on Railways j Ion district, whore old line Liberals in rcplyjne Premier Stewart moved and Conservatives among life farmers an amendment praising Ihc forcrii- j ate working together. A.lneclins lias [Col. Tudor was the only original offi- cer of the 5th Battalion returning tm the' Cannanta arriving here yesterday. When the haUaiion jefl' Caitatla he a lic-ulenant [iml promoted to ISie head uf his unit last June, lie received the IX S. O. ai Vimy and the bar in-September of last year. -Major NV- CreinforuV secoiid in toimnarid, IIRS be'eii livlce wounded and received his rtfccjiration in January. IMS, ah tlio bar in '-An- Sergt. R. Zengel, was I ainons tiio 5ih Battalion men return- ing. He was awarded his cross 'foV- an attacn last August on a machine gun emplacement. From u private to the commanding officer of his battalion f? the record of Lieut.-Col. D. Worrall, JI.C., of Iho 1UU BtiUalfon. When the huttalion went overseas bcr was a private and soon received promotion lo a commission. Gradu- ally' lie rose uulil he coiunianded liis unit. Col. Worr.iH received the D.S.O. -rat. Amions and the bar in September j last. Tlie Military him ai Vimy and the bar at Ilili 70. Tenth Is Back The famous 10th Battalion came back to Canada under the command of Lieut.-Col. K. MacDonalcl, D.S.O., who was born at Marsrrirpn, C.1J. Col. I MacDonald is only 27 years old and J is said to be the youngest lieutenant- colonel in tbe Canadian !ariiny. ll Dart'nls. Mr. and Mrs. .1. U. MacDon- I aid. now luside in Ottawa. .Among the civilian passengers on i hoard and who landed here was Ijacut.- Commander Uowlantl V.C., JXfl.O., a young naval offtcer who liad n most remarkable career iir the pasi year. He won his V.U. in the raid on Xecbnigge at Oslemll AnoUier diEtingnlslieil Tiassenger was II. D. rjluemcnCcld. editor of the London Kxpress, who is bound for Newfoundland for the start of tho traiis-Atlantlc nir flight. Ho was ac- companied by Edwin deary, war cor- respondent of the Daily.Kxpr.oss, who will cover the start of the fliglit. for his paper. Sir-Woo-dlmm Kierblen is passenger. and :t special tratn'woiild be placed disposal of tbe (iunuan rt-prc- i Eentatives. The. allies have Ijec-n preiMrei! ,fcr his eventuality for several last, it is added, and simultaneously' with liiu German refusal a plan eharor- aled by'tbe chief, commands b! tl.t-. allied and navies would b'y. jraV ifilo operation. -.Italian Claimt Presented 'PARIS. 'April' ierritprial claims, especially in the [ireseuttxl lo tho council of four fo- (iay by Foreign .Minister Sonnino. The 'act tbat Baron Sonnino and Premier- 3rlando presented Italian case to :be council is regarded as significant J the foreign minister is an ex- tremist advocate of Italy's utmost laims. It was Uaron Sonnino 'wiio the Treaty of .London and he now liolds Premiers Uoyd and Clcmenceau to tlie pledges made the treaty. G. B.-U. S. Allianc: 1'ARIS. April an ailianuo between Great Britain and the United States is alii! linln? dis- cilEstd tlie newspapvi'K. Tile celsior today says tiiat Ihe i a lest sug- gestion is for a special covenant re- stricted to defensive, measures. This agreement would not he intended insnrft the payment of financial n- pa rat ions. Inisrt Guarantees I.ONDO.V. April political cir- cies here mucli significance'is atlaclicd ,t 10 the resolution adopted by Ihe French senate demanding the tn.iertiiui in tiie peace treaty of guarantees sng- v ge'sted by the allies' lu'gh command. The resolution may, perhaps, he read In connection with tile review of Mar- sha! Kocli given to a correspondent of the Daily Mail, in wliici! the allied generalissimo insisted on tiie of regarding the Ilhinc as tlie real bar. rier against another German attack, because tlie Ilhine could he held with a sinill force, whereas tbe poiitlca.1 frontier west of the Ithine as pro- posed under tlie peace treaty would, as the marshal c-xpla.ned, have to be held witli large forces along 1U whole' length. There are rumors that Mar- shal Koch insists strongly OIL guarantees. menl for its policy of taking over-and oneratmg the and Illfnflmfiii Valley railway, for providing railway accommodations for settlers where (ho oihur railways would not go, and reciting that the government wns'pro- tected in guarantees by the Aral mortgages on tho railway properly. Iii regard to the proawoe' of Iho province heing called on lo ray the Interest on the bond A of Ihe brand) lines'pf the 0vaud Trunk Pacific had'been In province, ff already been lield to name delegates to thu proposed convention, and at tho samt lime a request was sent lo the centra] offices of tho organlislion asking that same be called. SOLDIERS KILLED, IN FRENCH WRECK April Amer- icans and .six French wero filled when an express train currying sta'1 Ionary traIn with Vrench troops furlough today. about, the province u _. _ take over and operate these linos, probably' nnotlier railvray. Tlio Tofiohl-Calgnry branch of Uic Grand Trunk was one of tlie bestrpay- !ng lines in Ihe province. Thorn ITJIB nothing to worry about the future the >Minonfon-Djmvegan' and C. ,is il was hound to ho a sue- rttid he liad refused (o consent lo my negotiations going through for tho taking over of these lines by the Federal gon-r'nment unless tho filler- toftfd. fjiR lioitrie niljournccl at fi p.rti.1 without a'vote o.iVttie LITTLE BURC 4 IS WELL TIMED. 4' PUIN'CK AMllORf, Sask., 4 April the daylight sav- Ing Xokomi3, Saak., 4 has three time standards, 4 cording to H. Baker, of Saska- toon, wh o th rough recenlir. it ts noon, town lime, it is I o'clock -T; 1'.'Hme'ihpm.. Austrian Government Taking] Stern Measures lo Quell Bolshevism Vienna I UKKi.I.V. April The almospherc in is plilt extremely cluctricui. according lo ilisyaltlios to the lierlin newspapers. The Vossixchtr XeHnng'? corre- spondent says the danger of trouble h.ia by no (ucana passed, as the tin- tionat guard, except for a few Imi- tations. appears to be unreliable. On Thursday n iff lit tlio rnarlne section of the ministry was broken into and plundered. The Vienna -government on Friday January i there Tia had all tfte known emissaries of ttiejders tti Iho city, 21i N, ClirCAGO, April l9.-r-Forty.Hght liours of estremo vioJiJnce caused Chief of Police Garriely to al] officers'lo .Ms-o'ffke warn them thaL unless tliere werft unremitting effortn to Check crirrte warn some of llicni vonTd face the I'KIXCK.AUIERT, Saak.. April ll The invasion of nortticrn Saskatche- wan by soldier land secfcera IIVS'IIB- Hnch proper Hans Die sol- diers' se'.tleinent board has found it of essary to reorganize ihe nducting tts affairs here w. f. u.i.11 .ntt, MIV vt wiiLiiiudMft ns auair? uui B Him trial hoard. Up. to today, records ol lo-place permanent board in charge gard lo delays In getting HMM men placed became so acute tkit Major Athlon found it necessary to mate change in tiic. matter of admmistrit- tlnn. n-lilcn was hitherto under a., local board reporting to Regint. The velopmcnl in'seitlefricnt in innfterh i has t'svirned l ;