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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME LETHBmDGK, ALBERTA. MONDAY, AP1UL 2S, 1019 NUMBIiU 111) Guessing Who Will Be Judges New Court Johnstone and S. J. Shep- iierd Are Named Among the Possibilities E1MIONTQN HEARS HON. WHITE MAY QUIT Judgment Bar for the Ex-Kaiser Burdett Eyes of the World Merchant Centre Today On Is Burned Capital of Italy Peace Treaty Will Provide That Arch-Criminal of War be Tried by Tnbynal of Five, One Each from five Great Allied Powers. WILL CRERAR ill lleraluj KUMOXTOX, leg- islation creating an appellate court m "Alberta necessitates tlio appo'rfl- uient ol several new judges and quite 1 u. number ot names have already been nanvasfied a.s possible selectionE lor llic bench, -Ottawa niflkes tho lioiutmcnts anil pays the salaries'but nollilng will bn done until''the Min- ister ot Justice returns from Europe. lion. A. U Sifton, as Alberta's repre sentative in the govurnment will alec be consulted, and lie is in Europe, B.EO. Xamea mentioned in connection 1 xvith the new'jdilgeshipa are lion. J. II. Bo'yle. T. M. TwceiUe. M. P., Brlg.LGen. Cries.tacit, M. S. J. .Sbeplierd, and Capfr'L. M. Johnslone, K. C., Letlt- Frank For4, K. C., Sidney Woodr; K. C., Edmonton; W. Wetasktwin; J, It. Lavell and O'. M. K..C., Edmonton. i Bank PreiEdtncy For Sir -f Thorn a i White A rumor brought back from Uie east is that Sir Edmund Walker, president of the Bank vt Commerce, may retire lu be succeeded by Sir Thomas White" _ Canada's Minister of Finance. It ta known that rainy attractive prapasll tuns from large financial concerns have been made Thomas a IK he has'bean .remaining at.considerable monetary sacrifice. PARIS, April peace treaty with Germany, as drawn presentation to the Germans, contains a clause providing that for- mer Emperor William be tried by an international tribunal, it was [earned today. A pa rate tribunal will try other military, officers; HOW WILL BE TRIED WASHINGTON, Aprij articles proposed for insertion in the peace treaty to be considered aj, the plenary ssscion of the peace conference today, the state department announced today, in- clude the "Article 1. allied and associated powers publicly arraigned WiJIiam il. of HohenzoLlern, formerly not for an offense against .criminal but for a supreme offense against international morality and the sanctity of treaties." It proposed that a special tribunal be constituted to try the accused'consisting of five judges..pne appointed by each of the fJve great powers, Great Britain, France, the United States, Italy and Japan. The allied and associated powers will request Holland to sur- render Ihf former-emperor for trial, win Try Others Also rsoiitt accused ot violation? of l.ie 1.VUS ami customs of war, accord' ing to a second prqixiaed article, will bo brought bsforc military tribunals and if found guilty "sentenced lo Ihe punishments laid down ,iv milifary AIT -persons accused of having com- mitted an act in violation of the lairs and customs of -war who arc sped fieJ. "cither by uaine ur by th.e rank oEficp or employment which they lick under the German be demanded of the German govern raent for trial by the military Irilmna of the power a '.Those nationals the criminal acU were iterfaelrated Article 4 is. 'as-'follows: "The "Germ an govemnifcut under takes to fumisb aJI (lorunieiitd and ?r Admiral Kolchak's..Troops Ad vancing in Three Columns Lose Out CAIRO, Wednesday, April Irikc of government officiate, whic' as teen going on for some time. I yer antl work has been resumerl. The. wblicaLIon of the Unitecl States let- or recognizing t3io Ilritish proleclor- EO acted Jtee.a coJd cloiiclio to the taLremfsts. wli'o recognize futllftr f their aspiration regarding cpfltylete idepentlcncc now that the United les has taken the lead in recognlz- E (Jr.cal Britain's position in TOK'O.STO; April ic young woman whorls in jail VJlling.lrlnl on the cliargc ot having dcil and the escaiie from il of Frank JlcCnlloiigli, condemned clerer, in an interview stated that tntgh .ylio had liad no part In Me- illongh's jail-breaking, ahc'Jiad' re- 'vctl a r.ote from htm informing licr advanco oMhe lime he would get Shq Incf ]tim at midnight, a >rt ilistBiict1. from. Ihe jall'and he iicr in liig arms and was on Ihu streat for about.10 niln- 8. Iss l.avelle asscrleil that she had heard since and slie did not know where he was. PARIS, April 28. (Associated KolcliakV .troops jave along the soulheni branch of tiie trails-Siberian railroad in eastern European Russia to Kincl, only 40 miles east ot Samar, accord ing to dispatches received hy tlio Russian commissioners in Paris from Oresk, the capital of. Admiral Kol- chak'B government. A slower advance is also being made the northern -liranch ot tho' riilwav where 'tile anti- Bol'shtrik forces Uken Olazov, i east of A'iatliJi. A-third column is irestwirdv midway between -has- reached Suopul, on river. Tliis ilmrn .sbo'jld 'alqrd eais' transports tion to is, apparently, thi central 'coinnin. ami other members ol here believe that the movement wsstwayd wiirije rapid aa advances.' Admiral kolchat's'--'troops- in all three columns Russians, all CzecIio-SlovakB arid allied forces hav- ing remained fn SiberU; Thoir excel- lent allowing .has 'attracted, much at- tention U peace'conference "circles nd is assisting the movement rated'some lime af o'for the recos- Ition ol the government by the ntente powers, Traniporlation Faili Bollhiec PARIS, April- 2S. (AssDciatCll plan or the neutralii to supply food to Mos- ov and Pelroirad js-apparently niak- nE yet he has 'een unable to communicate with Vlkolii Lenine, the Bolshevik prem- er of Ruvii, and .the oppoaition lo he plan.among the Riuslans here as eprejentatlves of inii-Bolshevik ;ovcrnmentfl and in'theTrench press s becoming The of. the Bolslieviki- at