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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta tVOLUMEXm. SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 117 Declaration of Premier Bliilef- and iniStatement on San ConferenccT- NO ANNEXATION AIM TOWARDS GERMANY PARIS, April Miller- dnd In making a declaration to the chamber of deputies .today on the re 'suits, of the supreme council meeting at San Hemp, said that the Frankfort and'Darmstadt' terrllorles would bo evacuated by the French as soon the'all led .commissions had establish- ed that the German armed force over the number allowed by the.convention been wllhdrawu. The whole German forces: In Iho 31'uhr region, the premier declared, must be reduced .lo June lO.neit and Lby July 10 all the German-soldIPTS must bo, withdrawn nna.-replaeeirby'a police force of 10, 000 men. "f.sald at San Premier Mil lerarid contiuued, "and I liere now, is a crime and slu pldity. to believe' France desires to annei any fresh German territon', The Turk Treaty '-'The details ot the treaty with Tur key divulged before Turk envoys conic lo Paris on May 10 but I can say that the treaty Is' ii cpnforiuity with the cullino already made public, the Turks being ;iURin Constantinople and the ter rilories in which, they are in the ma jority. appeal has oeen. sent to Pres asking him if his countr cannot take up'the mandate for A] rnenlaV least to, coila'hofate" i the' flxing'pt'.the frontlerB of' the new In' concluBlon, F.remlef .Slilletin de'cla fed- tiat .npotf leavlif E 3lem united than eve to say.i entente between -Franc the .Latin'- closer thin ho-satd. The premier's remarks receive .deep attention, but'no enthusiasm wa displayed-in'the chamber. Labor Troubles of Municipalities are Kndtty Problems ndustrial Disputes Act Does Not Apply in These Cases, and Labor Conference Suggests Some'Board Should Be Pr to Deal With Disputes pi and Others. 17.5. Anthracite Miners Reject 15p.c. Wage Raise NEW general scale committee of the anthracite mine workers at a meeting yesterday, re-- offer'of covering then wage demands. .The operators, it was learned, offered wage increases averaging approximately 15 per cent., but did not grant the closed shop or the universal eight-houv day.' CalgaryiEditov Is Hotted by Belgium CAIXJARY, Apjril H. Woods, editor arid managing; director ol.the Calgary Herald, has been crested a chevalier of the o! Leopold II. by King Albert of Belgium, and on "be- half .at his majesty.itho star o! the order was presented nml today noon bv 11 Muriel. Belgian consul at Calvary, at a public ceremony. The honor was conferred on Mr. Woods of his slzngi services during tae war as treasurer 6V the Belgian relief commit lee for Southern Alberta, Felleltious addressea were made at the ceremon} bj Mayor R. C Marshall and the chairman of tho Belglanoiiltel committee, ani Mrs. ..Harold the woman's, auxiliary of the committee BLISS CARHEM IS IMPROVED IN HEALTH Western Members Caucus on Friday Natural Resources Tariff, Excise Tax and Income Tax Problems Will Be Discussed. OTTAWA.'Aprll Can- adlan proposed cau- cus of for today Is definitely fixed for Friday. Sub- tcLbe taken up Include the report of the special committee cT tariff and ex- tax proposals, .salaries of rurat'postmasters and income tax matters. R. W. Breadner, In charge of the Income tax system, wilt be pres- ent to enlighten the members or, the way In which the method Is working out among the farmers this year. Today a score or more of incft from tho prairie provinces and British Columbia are at Smith's Falls looking over manu- facturing plants In the Interest of standardization of small parts of machinery.- E Proceed Through Ukraine Will Aid in Expulsion of TORONTO, vApril Car-, men, tho Canadian poet, who has been rpcnoerating in California, Is reported improved In neatin aim c-ipcvts o start for In Connecticut early'in May. J" OTTAWA, 'April ,28ArDurlng the iiscussion on tho'Tndustrlar Disputes Act in the labor conference yester- day, Tom -Moorp "argued. th'at protec- tion, was a public necessity, I! not n public utility. Every .effort, should b3 made to the labor of city-or munici- pality, but at there was no method .to declde-inatters in dispute jiin policemen aril .their oiiploy- There was a necessity.Jor somei rtial arrangemenrty which 'their [atod by tho disputes act In conueci'on case could' Ije juaBed by an unpreju- municipal operations i such ..s diced-tribunal; Mr. Moore suggested street railways, gas, waterworks, etc the'-estabiishment: o'f 'induslrial conn- Other employees, r.uch. as pollc-mn ells to deal'wIta'dispiUes between the and firemen, who do not come unnor employees of-government departments) had distinctly ruled the roliM men could .not be. classed as a piibli< utility. Hence, the department could Employer Praises Act J. G. Jlerrick expressed the opinion that the present act wns Ideal and ei; cellent. He would like to see it ox tended to tho municipal and provin- cial public utilities, citll sen Ice, policemen, firemen and other Indhid uals who are under direct jurisdiction of nuniclpalities'or towns F. A. Aeland. deputy minister of la referred to the difficulties ore that as the' Industrial 'Disputesi Act' had been accepted by- tlie; provinces' for such' a long period that of the Do- minion dis? putis had'-beea.'acknowledged. It.woujf .the hick had "airead'y. beeiv ftcSpted '..Thcro a, growing .tendency among the ..s arbitration-, rafher thin- .strikes a'ava method-- ot aettla- menL .He today the ma- jority of labor .would accept the Industrial Disputes .'Act" with certain Fr6niLhIs tnowleclgo of the numbe'r coming from iDdustrles not now cov- ercti by thb he-was conviaced- that a 'considerable body of workers deslreti to sen It extended; to, their industries.' Ho wished It nnder'stpod he was speak- ing as an Individual and nbt.olficially BETTER TREATMENT FOR TUBERCULAR SOLDIERS URGED Fire In Garage i- O Service Garage and About Dozen Gais Consumed in Early Morning Blaze and: brought w Ithm s'Miff Wch oitld enable men: to have an enqiilry into their" grievances. r Apart from this, air. that municipalities had contended ra many cases that: the department ot labor had no jurlsdictloii "over, employ ee's -under their control, putes .arose In Toronto, Such -dis- Wirfnlpeg, Ottawa and several other cities. The larger cities refused to hava anything to do with the estab- lishment The department of justice took the ground that It was not wise to Insist on the the department, of labor" with regard to municipalities. (Special t.0 the Herald! WARNER, April was visited by disastrous fire about o'clock this murhlng, when the Service owned by George Ruttferford, -was. corn- pletely destroyed together I with loss Is etllmat. ed at 'About a donrrcars, 4 stock were covered-by Insurance will to their owners. '.The fire Is thought'to Havs orlg- iriatedjarpund the gas-engine'and spread rapidly. Owing to the Wet .wea.ther surrounding buildings 'were saved. car saved was one be- longing to F. S. Leifingwellj1 :M. PP Tfoe., garage has been managed for the past six months by W. B Brown. Western Canada Colonization Association Receiving Hearty Support in. the East April at B luncheon given yesterday at the Windsor hotel hero by. the Montreal branch of the Canadian Manufactur- ers' Association to a delegation from the weat, Mayer M. A. Brown of Medi- cine-Hat, slated lliat he within tlie pajit '48 hours succeeded in getting eleven Montroalers to subscribe 000 each toward "Uio Western Canada Colonization- Association, designed to assist settlors In their work. A fund of Is to bo raised for this purpose. There were present .It tho luncheon also A, B. McKcnzle, of tho Brandon board of trade; P. James, president of "'tho Rcglna board ,of trade, and Brls.-Gen. OScDonald, D.S.O., of Calgary.. The delegation left last night for To- ronto. Carranza Troops Stage a Revoli ftQUA PRIETA, .Sonora, Mexl- 'COj April 4000 Carranza troops at Parraf and Jlmlncr, Chihuahua, revolted yes- ttrday, accordinQ to Information given out hers today by Gen, P, Ellas Calle.i, commander of the revolutionists In northwest CO. N, Z, DELAYS PRINCE'S TOUR ItOTORUA, Now XeaTaml,