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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XU. LETUBWDGb, ALBERTA, TUESDAY. APH1L 2i 1919 NUMBER 111 'Likely Jiudget Will lie Brought Down Within Next Two Weeks MUCH BUSINESS TO HE CONSIDERED YET OTTAWA, April re suniea Its deliberations this afternoon, but it is not anticipated ihat there ho auy Important in regard lo llio the Dominion Franchise Act or other measures which' promise to bo contentious, for a few- days at least It ik eipeHed that end ot Uie week Kir White will give Hie house the promised the, dale on which bis budget statement will bo brought down. It la'not anticipated Ihat the minis ic'r yrlll decide'on'a date carliei- than the la tier, part of next p.'eek or some time'the following week. r Meanwhile, western members who have been away feeling the pulse ol their consliluenls will have relumed to the'Capital, they are all ejected to be back by, Monday. April 2S, when they will hold another caucus and make a final decision as to the meas itre pi taYifl relief they are willing to accept as a compromise which would ensure lo the government their continued support in the house until the end'of tbe present session. {Beginning: tomorrow there will be cdiisdnerablo activity in. committees, more particularly ibe special commit- tee-wiiicU; is "considering Ihe Conaoli- (lated Railway act. Tbe repreeenta- tjves o: various public bodies Interest- ed beard this fiiciudhiS: tbe'-provincial governments, wblcli arc interested? in. the question of provincial rights involved in the bill, and .of trade, w'pieli has a. sngtei'tlons 'to' mate, ,-is Herald's Second Weekly Crop Report Seeding to Dale in Stuiheru Alberta Varies from a GooJ Stall to 73 Pit Cent Average SO Per Cent of Acreage lliislurc Conditions and South Thau -N'orth and Past Have Uecn Weal GERMAN DELEGATES CALLED TO MEET ALLIES ON FRIDA Y; MUST SIGN TERMS BY MAY 15 Along tlie Hue, wltere .he storms of two and ten days ato were iiot EO heavy, seeding Ml to S5 per seeded. Jiaiiy 'arners have complett'd wheat seed- ing. Along the Crow branch aeast and !bc Foremost line seeding is Just be- coming general this week, last week 'UK seen a mill to 'prepare tliB following tlio' heavy storms of April 19 and 11. I These are the two extremes 'of Uie rop report for the past week as gathered from reports .furnished by Herald correspondents.. yet, The p.islits havo been cool. A couple C} windy daysx during thu past week ruterded seeding opera-( tions also. On the whole, however, the outlook i is considered distinctly good. backward coildilions are generally looked on us indicative moisture during May and Allied Condit- ions Snrroaiiding Confer- ence at Versailles DEADLOCK DEVELOPS i :fe.ADRIATIC ISSUE NO POLITICAL PARTY WILL BE FORMED BY CANADIAN WOMEN BUT PLATFORM WILL BE DRAWN UP BY NATIONAL COUNCIL .Moisture comlltlous east United Brotherhood of Kedcrsl I-abor Union Xo. Find United Mine -Wotlt- J Thompson, of tbe Xadiin- Union. Xo. Intimated that he been Instructed 10 vote in faror tiio One Big Union and asked the Mldenl If tie-would foclnded In execntlve'ii ruling. Thp'president ..d him that If would to. procednre of the president _ Inch flMnii for a'm( 'if mofnirig, the next day Md ItSe-amwer can go to the entente later, it is tha't the chance of would be in ii ifl iarft- merit to neiotiate'itita.ila of .the iMlemnrly :ia fixed, can .not. hope to muft be-al- lowed to aend to dnKuas waya and it it Mid. It ii declared that :thc cabinet wiahea to ayoid'trje reipontiblllty of either the .a piebiaclte' Ta almost certain, it ia believed that the result will be a reruaal to ac- cept.the peace tarrns, btcauM.tKe1 people wll.l therconseq- ueno: of such an main- tenance of the atpp- pagi of food Impartationa and tha accompanying evih which niay be' expected, in.view'of their re- luctance to aarwtion harah terms. It is asaerted that.an. agreement to negotiate the details of the treaty rs tnly basia upon which in present mood, will vote in affirmative.' PARISr April .has notified that she accepts the allied conditions respecting the This ficlal announcement was made to- night. DEADLOCK OVER ADRIATIC. ISEUv: Or- lando, was absent this' rnprni_ng'. when deliberations were, resimwct. Premiers Lloyd Ge'orge'and.Cfem'encBau and Presi- dent Wllsin Were present. The at the latter's T.He confreres went again questions presented" by' Baron Makino and .Vircoiiiit JChliida, which were taken up deadlock over '_ Airiatte situation was reached yesterdayrr WILL NOT JEOPARDIZE LEAGUE OF NATIONS WASHINGTON, April minittratton officials were advised in-a confidential cablegram from in the considera- tion, of prabriNns confronting the peace..conference, such ai Italy's and'the question of'an to. protect F.ranee -from fixture afgnacLon, President Wilson no actfon which might i'li'.tjji degree pardize of nations or rta'fundamental prin- MEET GEMMMl DELEGATES OTTAWA, April in the nature of a Canadian platform is likely ia he decided upon at the meeting of the National Council of Women to be held In Regina in June. ecutive of the'National Cojncil of Women at its March metling here decided that while it would be unadvleable for women to form political party, it is obvious that there are certain principles which should demand the support of women of both parties. It was therefore agreed to (five an opportunity to the women of Canada to express themselves as to what, in their opinions, were the most urgent and fundamental of tkese principles or objects and then summon them upon which might be called a Canadian fornl. A committee was arranged with representatives from each pro- vince with a cub-committee of the whole at Ottawa to carry out this plan. this'committee now expresses a desire that every group'of as well ac individual women will send their opinions as xoon as possible to the convenor of the committee. Mrs. Adam Shortt. of Ottawa, in order that the woman's platform may be ready for pre- sentation at Regina In June. i HotTnum Government in the j Seal Presi- i (lent Leaves Munich. ed Lloyd George, the British prime minister, has agreed to receive former Gpve'r- nor, Dunne, of ItHT-- nois, Krarife' P. Walsh, fornier chfilrmau of the' nattoncl citiMns Irish .sbcietie.v.ih I h'e'tSnHed Suites to appeal 'to ibe, peace coDfercucc on beh'al- ol'treland. 'ji s, I STAGE ALL SET FOR ARMED CLASH WITH STRIKERS, LIMERICK MUCH i'LUXDERIXfi; BITTER FIKHTING BEATTV-IN FRANCE ON FRIBAV-aWENlNG Aiprli J2. u by council: to to V version of the tlie npreme rtniE to WEATHER AGAIN No SUrt From End Today Prifariiig to JOHNS; April (8 prevail here today, mskini conditions un- favorable for an .flijht At- meiphark in mid-At- lantic are NKW 'April ohjerrer.i, Mid repairmen selected by the !n connoction irltn ttit liiry's plans for a Irana.Atlajitlc flljltt nett nonth, left the rttval alr'statfon at 'Reck; awd'y yesterday; oh the rtlntfarer Arooslook. Bound Ne'wfftUndlartd. It il njcierttood the later will proceed to'th.6 AiorWj wl-.erc 9bf will net u a sapptf.'eMy; Tho'crate- ors Colnmbla and also have teen detailed to asslel io the .flight, it Is said. H Is Mid uuomclaHy-thnt.of four trans-oceanic attempt, the N.ie.'.'S'Mid'tf. C. 3 Notes Will Be" Used To Purchase Food For The Strikers LIMERICK, Ap'ri'l gen- eral strike here incident to the proclamation of Limerick as.' a .military area assumed a n.fw and intereatlng phaae today, when tb'e.; finance commisalon of Limerick trades and labor council'announc- ed that it was preparing to its'own money in the form of one shillina and ten shilling'notes which wouFd be used in the pur- chase of food for th> strik- ers. .The morvsy hi called "StriKe. Treasury Notes" and fs insured by the stock of food which it Is pro- posed to ourchaae by the cial contributiona .reaching Limer- ick from the other parts of Ire- land and "the integrity of the workers of Limerick." ol tiie-llljed ;ltd''associated powers bas to nbnroke; for "the eTenitiE b.f' April i'5 at. Verwrllies' ibe Gferman delegates ,b slibuld be vested Avitb full powers, 'order that the text of the peace' rcliminaries drawn .up by the allied nd associated powers can be' com- .unlisted to them. The German gov- mnicnt is accordingly requested-to ;ive as'soon as possible tbe irumbor, and ranks lof the delcfgates it otehde to send to Versailles'with the number, name and ranke; of the per- sons accompanying them. v German dclecation could not :p' beyond tho role attributed to it awl .-.sbouiil include only ptrsous in- ended to accomplish its special mis- ion.'.' NEGOTIATIONS MUST CONCLUDE BY MAY 15 April eusslon of thcTieacc terras by Iho Ver allies congress afler-thc Germans aro in will not bo continued longer ban May 35, the Echo do Paris lode) leciares. The Germans will be re'-] quired to sign tbe peace conditions subject only to ratification by, their BOULOGNE. Aptil Admiral Str.DMld Bemty, com- mander of Hie grand fleet, liud by -fr three British -admirals, arriveil here yesttTrtay.-They ware ton- dBreii official reception and left-ilaier as Sr. April ,52. (Toronto to the Daily News -from delayed, statea: of llt-foellng in Italy 'against England aud America because'. cf lo this ooimtTv's. Ualfuatkm claims. President .WiSabn gets most of the blame because'.he-Is reported to uavc march up and down-the other of gavemmenl, tho allies not consenting and sandalled, came to the and aftev talking commander, conversed yritH'lea the strikers, but his ef torts were OUt At 10 o'clock an armored cah look Its position at the hridge'Vehinfl the constabulary, while aiiother sent to the street of the At' that time) tlie crowd at the bridge its rf Ihe'city. is inilcli in Bavaria, rtportB, and'ai Iiig has occurred- betirien Mn.e cooimunifltg and the boorfflteisSc. 'At 10 uostag'eB hare shpt a fine of hai' imposed on the city oE its coni- Aupfturr cnmts a report1 Hut mdteal trsod-tbore is Increasing and thai there is, s probability that the city will return to the soviet system- Attack on Munich LOXDOXc An attack on Munich b.r Wnrttemburg launched coyer- of artilleVy fire from all around the city, is reported in a Genera dispatch forwarded by lhe- Exchange. eorresimjv dent at Parff. of thu flurry over tbe question of vrhal Gernicn delegates should come to Versailles. The deduction is drawn i tbit the only thing to bring about the failure of such dilatory tnaneuvres by friendship between attitude press, no longer exists. In facl'.-.'noi only have the Ualians dia- covered.- British. KtrocUtes i11 Ireland, opening of the negotiations Tor a fen' --iy3: The solution Is attributed by tbe.prf-s of all parties tot the ener- getic attitude of the entente, which Is accounted a good sign for the suc- cess ol tho Versailles Defoliations. 1C nrocennre 01 ine presineut -7... Mnadtlonal Mid broaght be ones finalfr seletttd. The X. and proteslE from llio L'. lls undergoing reM and the N. vmy protest tcs were effo'clcd. CH WAR POR VINtCE CITY IS, April (French wrre- a irwdc ff encn the War Crew to the city of 4 will not be tho air for some lime. ELEVATOrf ftnt SA9KATCHON, A grain eleratar Northern at jkke is bum The lor out erf 'can be tbf further DUTCH Bniiand entered the to.make get the Ger- man cpIpnHVi. crosli Germany, capture the world's markets and lo increase hw own power. It is useless to can- the difflcnltles in. Ihe way, of '-the' 're-cstaljlishmenl of' Tom Strike Lwade'r1'-' in tho afternoon, wh'ile ihe ,.jre t-.-.int on at Tom Johnson, the strike drcs.sed the peoplo ahd.'told to show passes. to rtf-enter ;yiiS 'city If tbe troops refused then) admit- tance to rcraain at Ihc CUre nd on'ihe of Hie bridge until they had lyqn fix strike. ''.VV He promised they would be1 led and cared for as long as they remained j commercial' fclaiions lietween 'nnd Germany in a great measure j amt !roops been removed. away from liotue. Sing "The iffed'! At a late liour the-march-of the Wholesale Killing at Suicide Commit i 1 i The Mnrders BALTIMOllB, Md.. April re- markable verdict was. bunded ont.iABt night by the jury investigating ft mur- der and suicide-' on Saturday; .hear Md. The jury informed the Sloales, sister of the stnyer, whom he Tuomis camo to ihelr deaths at tho hands of a unknown. H tens fnrlher h'61d that Mrs. Alice Allen, whose body was found near thai of the snlctdi', capifl lo her death nl the hands of Jwepli Knglebarl. Tho Jury lenves it to the lidltlmoro lo establish LUUDFNnllS strikers was continuing with tlie ooklnK "on; -In the meantime Mayor came from jhls home four miles snd.coQ jfcrred willi tho teallirig1 mernbers'6t the clc.rgy near Iho brlilge. It Is a formal protest lp-ifo'commasdcr nnd asked Ihat the people (tnjerat District Placed Uader Strict SIMLA, April been proclaimed in.Ibe Gnjetii dis- trict. Uisortlers in and in tis dis- trict north of Bombay have led lo the declaration of martial law in a aani- iber of locmlltiei. Onjerat If to. tbe northern perl.ot the presid- ency, IU principal cities betac Snril, Abmedabad and Baroda. It .has a, population of whetber Knglehart committed; He died In a Baltimore hospital yes- terday. Mrs, Allen. Hie motlier oi- .jieven cblldren, rHfl.lsK.tbC. Hides' and Ibe homo Hie lime 'iho tlmotlnc.' '-AHXIIBI.M, April Itague of j ...r- nations is ;i czricatnre, and tho en- Jules .Vedrlns, .Ibe Krencn aviator, tente's enemies are simply being cco-.i which was .announced here yeslerday nomlcally annlbllaicd, Picter J. i was due. accordlnK lo a Lyons die- Troelslra, Ibo Dutch SocWIst patch to Ihe Petit Parlslcn. lo a land- in Hie congrew of the So-1 ing -He was ilyins low. one cjalisl-Lzbor bere lorlay. lie engines missing flic. 116 inning said the entente had .Inc'rcased Ihe alfnlnnb In. tbe direction of tho cliHnce of ii revolnlion in western Enrono 'by Ihc decisions of Ihe peace conference. to gel the engine to enter, but liis appeal :iras in vain.I: Tho crowds gathered at.tbt'. Llnierlclc! end V. tlie bridge, bnt