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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MeraM VOLUME XII. LJETHBKIDGE. ALBEKti. THURSDAY, NUMBER 113 in mi I Finding of .CpigrnUift of Peace Conference Responsibil- ity For the War URGES PROSECUTION 6F THE CRIMINALS Incorporation of Company To! Handle Government Sys- tem Comes Under Fire OTTAWA.. April oontiuu- .ons fighting characterized .the day's in'lbe house erf commons. At the afternoon and evening cessions tjie government's bill, to Incorporate the Canadian Hallway the company which is to administer the gorernnieih railway under discussion. amendment after amend- ment: -A. ,R'. MOMaster, Brome, had en amendment. that the directorate of the company: should he choMn from a1 list. ot 15 -toe" house, "US- por cent to be named by the gm eminent and da r.iurt remain" in England owing to i (Jock workers' 'Strike at JJverpool, which held: up the departure of the While Stair liner Baltic, upon which ranke'Jhe trip. A singular IMMvnt nnrked.tM psrtiire toiUyj'ipf.-Uie from Liverpool for Qfeeeeo with WO wiree, !00 cKIIdren iM K> .oefctes bus- and faUien from Butotv .The itbMateMd to hoM oatllns the league to the number -uu ln. which proTidts tor "frte, and Mi strike at 11 o'clock afcwlute freedom of eeas." monunt; frlforce recoguitlon for of nations .Tlic', sccoiul point, cohcernlns; Hie freedom of tlie seas, hai not ilgnred il u ring the dfscnstlon of the treaty ami the attitude to be ficsliy adopted has dot betn announced. of Ihe men ecoguitlon "ie appointment a coni'llfarion (rearcl to fii a sche- dule. Five firemen hare, been left on duly to calls. The men also demand tbe reinstate- ment of Iwo'unfoti, officials who 'aa ot a of (he fi committee' .to '.e'caaoftiizc by culling innnce down I fie hall k'afT s'trlketj elude street rail- tow rncwhcrs of tin city ie ireai> laborers. expressed Ihe belief liiat It would I. Tho: thai it lihyslcally Imnoskrble to complete meet any -or employees (o1 discuss problems of the Irealy the instrument for nrrlvil !ot tnil that it.mlflit even tske until Mar 15 to Ihe trememlom task'.. Thlj to iorae zs to presenting >1- compleled. MKh M thn. league of nations aiH the repafattoa: provi- sions, but II underatoml Lloyd and I'recidenl Wilson no. parts be .by thanY i and thai Ihe entire document bo This may to some Premier Orlando's claims are recoj' I reTlslon o< plans dettrery of prized, tnen ther.e an end of the to the and of aelf-nelermina'.lon Thfi Expess dfic-lares Ihe situatior very niainlains qneslions which threaten I ho confer- i .enc'c with disaster, the press and Italy's position, ajtboiitli It [M..Mmll- Ho have no power to irlve sort of ted Ihe Is one upini wWtb Oflp- It urges the British (o Ions' can be hone-ally held, M. SVilsori'ft :ippeSi.l_jfroni Jumatic tiiblo to rtiir he t brief period of hHcllon until Is ready. o blindly, aril unitedly support fleorgo as lite mtions icjire iuWit 'sciiliilirc, 4 MnkT blearhix for Ihe week 4 today were 4 4 for the cor- ronlml -blltMll not pf.'lclnlly recognize-the jmlan.r PARIS, April Orlando, Italy, reiterated this 'morning' (hat he Would leave Paris day, his departure being set for 2 o'clock in the afternoon. He added, however, "we do not brealc with our allies, biit hand over our interests to their hands, trusting they loyally fulfill their'mission." other members'of the Italian delegation may main in Parisja few days longer. Protect American EafcasiKS m PARIS, April. 24.-r-Reuter's Limited learns trial trirj Italian government is taking measures to protect Ameri- can embassy at Rome and consulates in afl Italian cities event of demonstrations in that country. j Affiw StaiHope to Placate 'PARK, April; uncferS stood that Great Brtiain arid France after a consultation with Rresident Wilson w2l make another effort; to draw from tin Italians a further declaration as to the situation which has arisen andjhehorie is in conference circles that in spite of Premier Orlando's decision to leave Paris, a way may be found at the last mornent, to terminate to satisfaoon of all parties the admittedry grave incident which nirose yesterday, Kirfg VKtor Emmanuel graphed to Premier Orlande mending his action and that there be the peeltien Italy fatten. LLOYD GEORGE INTERCEDES I PARIS, Aprii Lloyd George culled on Premier Orlande before the councll'met Ihle mern- ing two statesmen Kad a long conference, rmer endeavoring to eecure a change in the poeltlen and induce Italy's representatives to remain. There wai no Indication, of the succeee of the ef- for- ORLANDO BLAMES IT ON WILSON PARIS, April Or- lando, uf Italy, leaved a lengthy statement today Presi- dent Wilson, In whfch'the premier elates in many wvrde.that he is compelled, to withdraw from tfce peace conference jftar Preeidant Wilson's action, which is regarded as a departure from customs and leaves the. other course' -J ORLANDO POSTPONES: HIS DEPARTURE PARIS, April Preni- ier Lloyd Qsorge's .visit to.Prein- ler, Orlando 'It was Mid that the Italian premier bad-poittponedxbls' departure from' Paris, S o'clock this erenlnt. BIQ THREE IN SESSION TODAY I L PAHIS, April Lloyd Georje and CleineiiceaU and President met at the u's'iil' hoar this morrjinf, bill no outline of the topics miller discussion vas made public, al- thoutb the Chlno-Jspajiejf questfon, reparstlons anil possibly the'Italian hare been considered; 'The French oltice today'cin- report Premier''Or: ando's letter of yesterday !tp; Preniier Lloyil Georfe and i.'Ieniencea'u.jnstfsJ -of announcing! ed. whether in view the two premiers considered further Italian participation In' tbe conference useful. The It is! said, will ifctfce a Joint anarer. '.'V PREMIER ORLANDO MAKES STATEMENT I'-AHrS, April Orlando i a. Klalenient to llallari. corrssjnhd- enls last niglit outlined the etents of Ike day. lie mill tint In the nWn- Premier l.loyd Oedrrs's .socrettry tooX to the Italian delefatlpn a mte from the council ot thjee'VfhlcVan- swered tbe Iliiiaii' claanis and tfiick fpeclfied lhat riiime was to city and not under Ihe admlnMraffop of any power. t The delegation Iheu 'inquired.. :he said, If. this reprett'fltee President t April sub'commlt Ice oil of (he council o! foreigft BrMstns ttfet this mornlnt tbe sltustkm relative to tki sending at lUtelu: prisoners of war, now UermUy, to Ihrlr homes The work ef repotrttttng prls oners wfs'saatieaded by the allied aM ssjooiatwf SflBe Ume ago be- cause a? Ibe daaigrr of tbe men fall- ing hut IhM itaoter. .considtred vlrli.nllj eliminated PRINCE SO'NEMISA DIAD ,TOKIO, April head of the house ist Takeia, ft dead' rrlnC6 Sunehl'a was Seytevi ber 22, 1S82. durfnt bag served it cdmmsader ot cat- Hry In Tapaaeee artsy .He irts snarrled Tokio April M, to Princess Masako. dassrhter late Kaperor MutsBhlla T flke and two children a son and1 a are still livlvg; bnim Aft newsfayer wu la. Mf Italians wer. dnatMoanded, the prS-' nrier said, to find Mr TDaoa'a note printed tbere. of the Italians wu Uteose. Premier Ortando continued, to learn, tbat e. dDeamn' so vHal bad beam Bade noNle ta rack' a manoer and at drat dooMed Its an- thentidiy This douht remored, bow ever, and .tbe delegation at once de-" liberated upon con sequences cf Hi pnbUcatkn. After a discussion, which lasted nattl S SO o i t) e Hallau coutdered it necessary In make known ttek- surprise to Greal' Brttaln aid naaeje, aignatories 16 Louden treaty, ajrfl addressed 'a letter io those two powers, noinllnj out the IsaposlbBtT oontlnulng to partlcl pate usefatly ia tke peace conferencii. Ratret' KM iT- thai Mr. 'Wil- son's atatenwmt, wtlch came at the' very njomeat tke 'Italian, deletatipn wu malrJac a ninne effort to reach a Mttlearatj had-ntede ttet eBorf 1m. possible, the immiar MMONTTRATIOrM l) HELD tN HOME ROME, Aart J4 took place hen yeeterisry, paoAera traversrai the tboroiaWaree acclaiElat and Palaatia, aad. cheennc for Premier Orlaaoo aa4' Porenrn Minuter. Uielr attttude recardtaBC Italr'a i at the peace conference. Tb. Bntish, TMM States enthajwlee.and toe eflMk ot tke Socialist newspaper Arartl wen eaaft Ctnrded ny 2M eoMlers to arsed joe- sKiIe UcMeat ROME PREM ITALIAN PROGRAM .ROME, dressing Prince COloiaa, tke mayer i asserted thai Italy's rtjhl ta i tke ot her rlrtory hare to be i oombinationt." .The Rome an Uftvl- moni In declartnc tbat tbe Italtaa pro- gritin ai by Itf ai Parts, the aslalmnm de mands oomnairble tae dtsrnfly and safely of Italy. TRtATY ROME. April 24 (Aseoclatai tie bad Inclination to i.asKees any point In tbe Italian dimcadty, tbe IlaHant probably wwild bare Wen prepared to follow their lead. statement made lent nlfat in Pmcfc circles, "Both sides, hewever, like atinoet tie ItilsMri tf, til too pronil to it said. they consider thai, aa tbey tbivaajKxit tbe war H a solid mtity, they were eittUed cosV fWeration on that oetatan, We Sari acrordtnC to Italian liecasW an entity wkek caated after aoaaa ef fieai keen fighting eaatest lury 1 It Is tad aad (ireal Britain are hi a poslllon owiaii the secret. nV-nt with ttaly. ae ta'it down