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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920 MACLEOD PASTOR WILL APPEAR >VEXT SUNDAY CLAD SIS OVERALLS Peelare Re-establishment Mea Inadequate-and Bonus Only Logical.Plan WINNIPEG, April a mass meeting of veterans and tho general public ot Winnipeg last night a rceolu tion passed Yiew et tho Inadequate re-establish ment measures placed. on tho' statute tooks of Canada and .that the mini jaunt results have accru'ed at the mail mum ot cost, of cash grattii ties was the only logical method o dealing with the situation.. The icier ans' associations represented were th state on afternoon that the Biiu was shining- and tho storm .was over, "'The abo'ut-15 it started- to 'snow again "and'! snowed all night though not so Jieavil} as previously Burmg 2 of snow fell, 'or .21; As ne'orc, is melting rr Ucally as it falls In the citv, but re- orts from country, pcints is that it Ijing unmelted aiid at Blacliie it IB aid to he ono fpot'deep. Taking this consideration it -will take lundSbf weather to allow the armors Trest to get on the Agricultural Experts Deplete In- tention of Farmer to Re- duce Acreage WORLD SHORTAGE OF WHEAT April Call- laux, former: p.remler of France, this evening was found guilty of having had correspondence with the enemy, by the'high court of the The :vote was. 150 to 91. The court, by a vote of 12S to 110, found that there were exten- uating circumstances in M. Call- laux1 case. It then adjourned un- til, tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, .when the sentence be read to M.-Caillaux. The crime of Which M. Calllaux was convicted is covered by Ar- ticle 78 'of the military code, which.calls'for a sentence of ban- ishment "for. a maximum of-flve years or a'.minimum of orte year. 'April 22. The charges ot hhjh treason and In- tolHgence with tho enemy agaJnst former Premier Joseph sliminated by tiie high court of tho senate today hya veto of. 213 to 2S.' This elfnilnated the posslliillty of tho death penalty heins Inflict- ed. court then took.np tho charje o" corresponduiiuo, or commerce, tho eneirij'. Conviction on. this count might entail imprisonment in a for tress for 3iot more lhan five year, or banish ment. The upon tatting .over thi for decision early this afternoon with it rapidly, a largo num iber of them eipressing their .view briefly and In quick succession., It was eipexrtcd as tho wore on, how- over, that would ho render- evening, as the 'brupt of the i discussion'hinged on the nWe. posrtlon o' two groups bl Bena- ;tors.'- One of theso groups, it appear- ed, ijraisled that the court should con- vict M.-Calllaux on a minor offense and inflict a light penalty, while the other group was equally determined upon tho unconditional acquittal of the accused.' -.i- --Likfcljrto 'tfrderedtoWork X t PARIS, April- -who will work and what'service the.public will get on Slav 1 when the labor leaders mrpose to haveleverything excent tho Rlock stopped, la still the main tonic of discussion In'all .circles in Paris. The.teachers havo" been Instructed hy ho Bovernmrat to renoryfoi duty in all the schools at. .thBJiifstoinary .hour. On tha other race rack decided to aban don tho-ISroposed raco meetipg for hat day and a numher ot other( -.port ng events called off. At the present, it seems.: certain that all means of'transportation will cease on May day Guard is Front of Expect Many Prohibition Referendums WASHINGTON, April ports from the sprina wheat re gipnr of-a- Dge-.tthis year kcaused.-the depart- ment of agriculture to issue '.a statement-urging-farmers to. re- vise their planting plans. .Weath- er conditions-arid a-'ehorUge. ;'of> farm labor, have planting, hilt statistics' 'presented by the department advised increas- ed production because of the poor condition of the winter cropland continued world demand for wheat. 'The normal requirements for con sumption and.-export are., about bushels. Of this amount only bushels Is'Indi- cated from the .winter wheat this year. The worlrl demand, it .was pointed out, will be as great, as usual and none can be expected from Australia because of a pboK wheat year, and the disorganized transportation conditions makejt- improbable that the movement- of- the bushels Riresl.-i has announced she will have ready for export will be moved. pointed out that the estimated bushels of winter' wheat may be even less because of winter-klllKrf fields -and Indica; tlons that the hessian fly will bo 'unusually active throughout large areas. The grasshopper menace, the statement also says, is serious in a large part of the great plain's 'Putting crop on dry Vend is past 'tho gamble stage said Supt. Falrfteld to the Her- ald this'morn ing. This Is as good as rfny fall irrigation could be, and with ho land fcelpg cultivated while the crop is being pill in, the moisture will te-rpreserved..-. I am quite confident hat'-the present supply of moisture will carry us' well .into the growing season, and it appears to be so easy een much lighter. 'though east o ihe storm has ing will he started by Mas 1st Government Will N Amendments' in 'Agreement With Company 'If wa can 'only ,f'A our crops sown we' to lyorry about the re- -say -the -farmers. OTTAWA. April another prolrac'ted session