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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. WEDNESDAY. APIU1, 23. NO1BKK Ireland One Big Strike Irish Uwon 'Joins' Limerick Strikers Mak- Movement National v OTHKR CENTRES F ;TAKE UP CAUSE KJLU EPIDEMIC IS CAUSE OK A COAL SHORTAGE, AUSTRALIA -L1MER.OK, April alltoice between ttie Limerick strike comrait- lee am) the Irish trades union con- sress ami party was arranged at a toiifcrenet this morn 1115 and. a >tatetiierii hafc'bMn Issued declariug the strike now. Jiftd become national. In the statement by Tom Johnson. U-easurer ,61--the labor. congrees, an- nouncing tfiAi Hit strike bad become iiriifonaJ, -he ndiied that repqj-ts from other centres proved Ihat Ireland, ivas sKIpg acllve support (o JJ merle lcr "And." tddfrd Johnson, "it may de- iqanU the-same dogged resolution Ais :iarsfield. You will show the -world. toe int'n uinKwomen of Ifliy are no less valiant than those of Thu olilaiice was announced by tiiigc bills, held to the pavemtnt by targe stones on each corner. j Alexander SarsfieW played.a prouil- _ nV.u part in (he filling around LEro- crk-k in Winy-after (he battle of JJoync, ]iIs of rlestroyine a con- voy of- military: stores Lirn- Uie siege of -.mill the English forced to retire by libs oncoming of tlio winter rains, T April to the quarantine due to.the irrttu- riu etldemic, a MrEoiit coat short- age IkM in Australia. i> f the Equal Cliaa nere lact night. On the queaAifii vf towering the tariff he aaid: "It is M tine for a policy of etc- structhw aftivne of chaos." P.ris, Liberal. Unionist rerjklfnt, admlttsd that It seemecl! etameieje for him to te on with Mr. were chanejedr-' HeMM thit tt believed that If the' wejatern members were given what 1 of free-1 in the w.iy Brantford Made in Ulrfan b> 1. R. Palmer 7 For Great War Veteraak CALGARY, April appli eation As .made yesterday .to Judge under Order-in council P.C, 332, based on affi- davit by Arthur Hazelfen, preii- dent of the'Caljary Great' War Veterans''Attflciatfon, and G. W. vice-president of the Al- berta command of the same organi- zation, end one Mayor R. C. Mar- shalt, of Calgary. The application was by John R. Palmer, of Lothbridge, and H. F.ttow, of Ciljary. The application was for the detention .and internment of Mennonites pre- -fitly in the Calflary.dlitrict. SlmT- Tar applications are pending in the Lelhbridge mi Maclecd dittrkte. Police in Sensational Affair TORONTO, April nearly three of gruelling questioning Miit de Lavel, the girl who fs to; have b-en implicated ,in -the' escape of Frank while under dealh Toronto jai I, was last niotit 'placed Under ar-' on a of> aiding ,Cand abetting a prisons-r Sergt. who tive LONDON, April a tiovitt government.had been "act up ni Turkey, already eri, jnucli auoniiou. remains entirely i without confirmation and is'now I ed j-vith. considerable It'i 1 is-pointed out that Hie source ul.th'e netttf, Odossil, is in the of tltw Bolsheviki, .and tljat lirUlift ar Constantinople, being equipped 5 wireless, might have been espeetcd lo report.the faei '-It the" fuuior true; bui nothing has. been from t the fleet. Anoth'er 'report which is regarded hero, as being more .likely to be the truth comes in a vireiess i -.dispatch from Moscow to Ilia effect Turkish consul at Odessa has I made uronoeals to a Husffian" f-wn-iet official there that the Bolsheviki send j revolutionary instructions igf .Xoii-1 stantinople with a view I Ihc. establishment of a soviet system] In Turkey. turned iiliHeF; vfould find no jobs when they Offer of Council Civic Employees Federation Asks For Arbitration Board To Settle Dispute FRENCH SOCIALISTS DEMAND RETURN OF KXCESS WAR 1'KOFiTS W11J, NAME MEMBERS OF BOARD TOMORROW Canada Gets C.ijjt. Stock Of [Germans April Mr. Justice JiSs niorniajj Is- sued'an transferring stock jn I he Pacific II nil way UTfhe held in -New York ot enemy' aliens to the Stance minister of. .Canada. V- PARIS, April 23. The Socialist congress at its, MS- Won yesterday pasted resolutions 'demanding the return to the state of excess war profits-arid the levy- ing of special taxes on wealthy tablithmenU, financial monopolies, concerns dealing in luxuries, rail- ways and minei, A reduction in the hours of labor, the fixing of min- imum wages and rigorous protec- tion of mothers and children were alio demanded. Another resolu- tion adopted called for the transfer to the Pantheon of the ashes of Jean Leon Jaures, the -Socialist leader, who was assassinated in July, 1914. Reign of Terror Feared Kudapest a Volcano Which May Break Karth At Any Momenl HAMBURG SCENE OF SERIOUS TROUBLE SAN UUNCISCO April 23 T Hazaeawa, governor-general." and I. i Yamakata. vice-consul general of Korea, have resigned' the disturbances-.' that country, according to a-Tokio natch, iirlnted In the, Japanese American Uerc yesterday. -These offfciabs1 are m the ra> of than thAse Tvlio U was the (hat this bentg the case tftf teachers who will to paj towards increasecgraiSftd the nix emplovets will demand tbat be raised proper- tioualeh .n Sold Half Section Some Time Ago at Back For Acre To aetl a half section of lend at what was then regarded as .a record prica and for the part own- er to buy back icld.at a price of more than he receiv- ed it somethlnfl which for the particular value of the land, and also on the value of farming land in the-dis- trict. Thii has been, the'cxpcr- i-.nc-! of Jack Wamock, who; in sold hl> half well on gf land east of and adjoining the town, for the price of an acre, considered a, has just bought it back at the prits of EMEBGENCY, 'FLU HOSPITAL CLOSED ith (lit closing of the emer tent mfiucnza in the is now a dead .quantity. The ctty.csn he smd to he freo from in fact, has a .stile, of immunity -for a. considerable, on'l Al'ov> Houte Organ the 'Postal Through Mails of MEET HUN DELEGATES MONDAY, ITALIAN flEADLOCK CONTINUES NEW-YORK, April of tlio "Poslat the house organ' or the Postal Telegraph .Com- pany, to employees jot the company through "regular channels" has been ordered suipendecl Poatmaster General Burleson. accordinf :lo a state- ment issued by William J. sec- retary of the MacKay cpmvanles. Deegan added that distribution; lo fh PARIS, April Preliiicr' Orliindo threatens lo return. Jo. Italy May unk'ss there is a sat-. isfapJorj' iuljuslmcul Kinnic and Datniiilinn Gcorgc.lcf Jireal TORONTO, JS.-j-Oo-refnmeiit. control of IW; .-ale ofMquor In Ontario wiil (ronit Inlo effect on :Jiiti4 I1 and the Ontario licence board is arrang- ing for ihfs. There afc. seven -vendors in (he province. Jusl how stores there will be iin'dcr'goVernfDent, cort- trol not bo .dedlitedi nnlil It Is learned wha( itenilnkin govern- nienl .will. attacked and one was. captured 'b> the mobs. Merchant! as Strjkebnakerft April riotinc at lautliurg the unloading .of aod relief ships for official reports receiT'ed here, hut .he work iras proceeding this ug with voluntary 'strikebreakers, cqin posed, mostly of und mp i of the professional classes, who realise he vital need of getliifg the''food un- Unlil the iiresent ,he nuvy had heen_ able .0 April (raiiaiJiuii' (he Dafiscn- gers Corsican, now on-Us'WMy lo it ho, a toiurof.ii parl of on.belwtt %f .the Cftn- adlan-SerbUin hospltnl fund, Altlrldgo.wenl llirniish the kn-at SierV-' Ian retrefcl wllh the tkdimns (iirtlier, .tliat Ihc .Ircaly subjected lo a lotai revision, ''illelj- refused Mils pro- pflaal. -wiiereupon-.j'rtBMent SYllsoii leaving Italy alone" witli (he Hpre'Sentnllves of {be other liignator- of (he Ireatr. Dxtfaf Uie c: Ihc Orlamto Sotinloo hi oSTccmci I ta! nry, ,0 elilly, havhig on IOSDON April Tbe Uuitetl Slalea fa'rmy and iury court of in- quiry into tH between linite-cl States ami other snWfcr? ami the Met- police March last, in- lerprcted the'alTaiMs an tinimporlant which dk! not affect the relaiums .between' fto British authori- ties ard {he United Slates fighting (n repOK made public today ntcii the court front lo place any friajne' ing It men would i France Looking Over The t Battle-WMs j LONDON'. April the Invitation, ot the French gov- ernment two British Arc vialting France. An elaborate i a week's entertainment hfts been" in PSris. cers and crews, conmuttHed by Admiral Bcatty, The of fleers are making eluding Hhclins, The visit is made for leading articles hi the -French news- papers' which pay warm Irtbntes to Ihs BrlllSii navy. On' arriv.il today m aqUftdron com prying fpnv MM cmotr and eight Vlre-Admlral Kveraon, fiftB a splendid welcome f The second squadron fire cm.serR and felffit cmniiindtd by Admiral aH rived, at EnflpKnw lie German laborers, although tluj iad been unwilling workers. Bat .Good Progress land Canal Contracts Art Criticized at- the fTm.ko TO REPORt FOB DUTY! tS f IHtp A fine of and tail or in de (anlt Ihtriof M days In Ml, hnpo-wl on a 'the cily police court thh n failMc lo report Service 'Act, 1 OTTAWA. April A smail tendance; of members at the first tfrng; of the house of commons after the Master recess did not -prevent good headway being niade eminent .business She voting-. 'oC supply- There was a long dfocusaion in com- mlltee on the bill pVsrirlirig penalttei onder tin .Criminal for persmis who fall to obey DorahirtoTi, proTincial and municipal fire iireTentloa reguln- f During consideration of the railway dnd canal estimates at the evening ses- A. B. Kent, gave voice to.some rather sharp criticism btcause-three ears were :to the TorbnloOtlawa go'venimfat train which was fteniiled .this lion. Or. J. D. ReM, in reply said it was onljvafl 'accident that these three private cars happened to attached to: (his train HP said lliat fewer, private cars are being, used how than in the pftst. Daring consideration the OOQ vote for the Wetland Canal con struction, lie criticized the govern rnent, for Its'dicisiwl to rarrr on stpresentioii the cost ptan or forced contract system. ftrJ eiplained that nndwr prev it' is1 pradicuJiy contractors to laltn the work, The opposiliflB persisted, their objection to the vott srolnx (he contracts are produced. Th> rote oyer with the ondcntaUmi; would bronglit DOCKS flALIFAX X S, Arrll White Star rely- ing Midlers dncked M i ;