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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME Xll. LflHBHIDGE, ALBERTA. Tl'KSOAY, APRIL '211, 1910 in Hallway Employees Trying Td Briag on Strike on Mrv 7th GOVERNMENT TROOPS SURROUND MUNICH HERALD'S THIRD WEEKLY REPORT, CROP CONDITIONS Cent Xew Moisture Reported and Barley seeding Well Started Rje Crop: Acreage Ucnase. on Branch Italians Challenge Wilson To Appeal to Own Congress cent o! the wheit In Southern Albtrti it iccoriitaj to rwtlired by the J Herald Moadaj. Tiia 10 nloot tit lon north Ity. from 3d p IUw 10 coav Uld jBr Saturday ereninc neit edtag "HI hi'e b wlti the eictplion of bsre recelTed. Moei of (Jie acreage iucreaia n-ill found Ccaldalc i olooK Ihs Forerauit brancli. I Declare He Will Find Americans Not Undivided on Issue Which Has Disrupted Stage De- LOSS Give Orlando Unanimous Support.; xbeati PARIS, April -FU- agitation lu almost all parti- of Germany 's reported la received railway fmplorees fa the Berlin district are threatening to on a general on May 7 if claims are not satisfied, while In Ihe Ruhr In- dustrial tilBlrict the SparttcfinB are again displaying great activity ancl endeaToriuK to or ran u strike in ibis region. Already there liar e been outbreaks ia wokh casual ties have occurred, the adTkes -nhoir, Electric employees la SHethi rat) r are lo havi struck -Meanwhile, ,1fce forces are dealing S'Hh troubles in Ntireni- berg. Spartacan leader, Al- j liert SchrfaUlt, Wiled by goTcru-; troops and n olale oC eiege pro- 1 (JaiaTi.'J. Tlie Sparlacaos (here leaders r.VQOVBRNME-NT TROOPS I ENCIRCLE MUNICH TAHIS. The 'Munich .by German Kovrrnmctit troops has been com- pleted, according' to German dispatch- es received here. This re salt ac- complished. It TSTAB BAid, by the occu- pation of ibout. f-5 miles nonheait :Ol Munich, Tbicfc nd Harry Hawker, his Australian rival, each had hit be. longings packed and the wings of his machine preened ing for flight toward Europe. PARIS, p Aril The Rumanian troops on Saturday occupied the neighborhood of 1'UPEho-Lndarfy, 111 miles east of Budapest an.l tin ihe railway Hue between fludnpest nnd Dispatches from Iliidapest agreed that (he mania us also cnplurcd .Ilekesh-Cuaba. 121) miles south- east of Budapest. Ajiri! Wilson is challenged by tbe Cior- nale d'ltalla TO "appeal to hl.t parHaiiiCUt, as Premier Orlando has done, aud to show the world lhal bEs policy ha: not unanimous j support, like thai given the.Kal- ian premier, bnt that of timjilv K majoriJy of ANTMTALIAN DEMONSTRATION ROME, AprU telegram from Sfbenico. in Ualmatia. 70 iciles north- east ol Trieste, published In the states tbat Dr. Aotono Korozo, preti- denl of the Jugo-Slav patty, has ar- at Spalato, a seaport in Dai- jmatia, aecomjiaHicd by Herbian oifir- i erf and hss an anil-Italian demonstration tfKTe.1 The f.elegrani "Thft Italians at Spalato blame the iveak attitude o( the American naval authorities for perniUttng public anti- Kalian. maiiitostatloriR. notwithstand- 1 inj: orderi of inter ulliefl roun- ctl ot admirals." [PRUSSIANS SORE ABOUT DANZIG BERLIN, April to- strongljr prottstinj? Pertinax Says it Was Dead lie- fore New Char- ier of Law against lie characieriied as the xttempU of the allies to deprire Uer- 'of Dantlg tbe Saare Valley, Herr Heine, Prussian minister of the interior, declared that thOFt in liower social for. for all lawful purposes." the entente made 1 t as tinicb use of ilicir for power, their vanity and their He? Ttn> former rulers of (Jprinftnv clIJ." DEALT WJTH KIAO CHAU ISSUE PARIS. April Ing of the cciuni-Il of ihrce this morn- Haron Maliiao. hoaiJ o! Tlie Jftn- anese nilSPion. and Ohuiila. liis ronterred willu Praildent The conference an huur. Preiuinab'v ihn nuealloa ol Klao was uuder Tlie irouitcit of threo at the nitis of ?eision a com- mltttp from the Uelglah Cabinet and pave it a hearing regarding1 itie companies Of state militia, were ordered lo Llnton, 'If was said least [wo shot? were iired when the crowd was about there wan a j'.-jwr tnem'blrs of (lit over, U fliv Injured. April 29.-l'resi- r- bllntton hotr.1 irhicli coaiMerM OTTAWA, Anril The lo si.lnorlze the Canadian P.idflr Hall- way lo construct several hrancli lines in Weilern Canada was considered hy the railway committee of the com. moni this morning, ivith C. Coleman naler of western lines, iti attend- ance to mnfec any for by of the commlUee. The rlwisfi anlhorlzing ronstructkin of a line from Duchess, Alia., due north for a fliBiaticfl of miles wju passel without discussion, will a mile, When the iidxl clause, providing for UIQ construction of a lint from Archive lo NVymarX, SadK., came up, R. Richardson the opin- ion that the minister of railways jihould say whether OT not any of the proposed lines -will terrltory which Rhoulr. be conv'bycfl.by (He ayitem of Tallfayftj st met Ion ot the line was approred, of the bill, author- ____________ ____ _____________ Uins Ihe building ot a line from a TiM iwiarr point al.or near from January Both thf wen In a soulheaBlprly rtlreclton for Mr, Meyer of Kinderley, silgiested an amendment provldini; that tbs line should start from Rosetown, Need An Aflriemcnt Al Ihls.point Hon. J. D. Reid slalei! that he Imd discussed wilt) Ilie Canad- ian Pacific Hallway the daTistblllty ol not entering territory wh'lch could be better serred by the government lines. There wasr he said, room for, both sys- tems in the west. Dr. Reid setd !hat Mr. Heady, president of Ibs Canadian The PaclBc8 Railway, with him as aslced tbe company luite tu. fht flpfTivf nf hoftrd. dlstancn of to the necessity of an agreement be- In; rMrliC'l. He s.ugto3ted that Mr. McLeod. of the government system of should Indicate any propos- ed linos which might interfere with the government system. Mr. Mcl.cod slater! thai the portion of the running east and west will to some extent conflict wllh tftc propoMd Lake ejteatrlon through terrltorv. Mr. It pro- posed lo cnnntinclloii this rear' and tke tectton of the line irlUcfi Mr. Mcl-eod sngtenled should -tit off, would settlers on firM U.Ttrt lo Hjts ncrtfc, Give C, N. R. Running Rlflhtt "If we build said Mr. Cole- man, "we would five the Canadian Northern Railway running rights." Mr.'McLcorl replied that Ihe govern- ment system had already commenced construction and had built 35 miles. Mr. Mflbarg, Maple Creek. sLiggertail tbat'lhe pi'oposetl national line should run furtlitr to ih'e north. Mr. Mcl-eocl thought it would be ucl- tev to' nnly. one line with Joint trackage rights, .Mr, Coleman if miSeft were cutoff the find of.Hie line as proposal he woiilil recommend to tUc Canadian 1'nrlnc Railway nxeculive thai the other'50 miles should iiot bft bulit, A 50-mile ,branch, line could not be suc- cessfully operated, he said. Dr, Held favored just running rights for the two lines rathe.r than have this happen. If the Canadian Pacific Rail way al.owM lo, build this he thought the management of the gov ernment syfttenl -should at once ar for running rfghU. ftriat G. Allan. South Winnipeg, aair itlmietl .oil I'afa. Seven) SAMUEL GOMPERS GETTING BETTER XKW YORK. April ipliyficianii atleuding Samuel Gompers. president of. the American Federation of Labor, who was injured here Sunday when a street car with a taxi-tab in which he Was rid- ing, said he passed another resldil night and that his-coiiv ditton today was considered. Efltisfactrov. 'r Bolshevik Set Fire lo Town on Gulf of Finland To Confer on Natural Resources And Irrigation Schemes of S. Aiberla EDMONTON, April ier Stewart Is tfn his way lo Ot-' tawa for the purpose of finding out jurt where the 'Dominion'1 anrf province stand on several tFont of public concern--When he reaches Ottawa ha will confer with Acting Premier Sir White, Hon: Arthur and other federal in regard to and the ern Irrigation ichemv. Various phaaei of the railway sit- uation particularly with re Fat! on to Grand Trunk Fvcriic wili alio be taken up, April (Us patch here frcmi Sleval. Hns- pays lhat there has been A big! firr- in the ot Narva, 81 miles southwest of 1'etrograd. Tho coirfl.v gralion was started by of tho (own by the Bolshevtki. Hun- Ireds of houses were burned and persons are homeless. which'lies near the Uulf of Will Make For Much Greater r Debate Expected OTTAWA, April 3. Finland, on the Nnrova; R bill will 'con- population of There arc in parliamenl this afte-rnobn erous Icxlilc work's In the town and Ihere is n considerable tiade in fish. The principal btiildliigs are the ca- Lheilral. the old caslle an'd the hall. FALLS; DUE DROWNED CAMBHIIXiE. Mass.. April 59.--An airplane used by the Xew Bflfland Alrplano Company to carry gers at a slipnlalad sum for everj- mlnate of flight fell IM the Charles river basin yesterday and passenger, .1. Allen, of the distrlcl of Botlon, drowncif. Knslrn W.. Rlljot Xlghtln- ale, the pilol, was severely' bruised, hd an' Inlerestlhs discussion is. ex- peeled. The principal fealurefi of tha bill have already been announced. It provides thai Immigrallon'in future will be more restricted, than n tlio past. MANAGER THOUGHT TO BE BURNED TO DEATH SYDN'BV. N-.S., April fs be- lieved thai John I. Robinsoa. man- ager of the Sydney hotel, lott Ills in the fire which totally destroyed the hotel block last hljbl. he has been seen since the fire sUrled. loss Is estimated at aid H well covered by ;