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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta yOLUMB XII. APU1L 30. 1919 NUMBER US FIPRESEOT TERMS TO Chamber and the I -v 1411U m NOT BE Seriate Uphold Orlando i Kormcr Ministers, Bankers and Newspapermen Imprisoned Wholesale MANY TROOPS NOW MOVJNt: ON MUNICH PARIS, April lAwociaied is planned ii peate coherence to to alw.ii tie trlaty peace without reajtni to any action by Italy, as it Is considered probfcble- the Hal- !an delegation trill nut return, certainly not within tho present week. The delivery o! the sud the- first exchanges with Germane, therefore, -will orcnr without the participation of 111" llslinns, and it is expected thai tlits procedure will go forward' steadily up till Ihe shining of the treaty. The first meeting with the Germans probably will take place Friday afternoon or Satur- day, when the pact will bo pre- sented. MAY ASK DELAY A day or two will be given for questions concerning lions of different .phase? of con- vention, williont, however, involv- ing a prolonged discussion. 'I'ho French view is that the Uermans may r.sk (or two weeks' delay 10 Hermit them lo return to Weluiav, wilh an additional week for ilis- (ussion of puiiits presented after their return from the temporary German capital. This is a. mat- ter ot conjecture, however, there Is BO precise information as to Germany's Intentions. WHiT VYIU, HUNS DO IteporU Irom Uerlin are some- what contradictory concerning Germany's purposes, as some re- ports Indicate that an early sign- ing of tho treaty Is probable, while others say that it Is doubt- ful whether the pact will be signed at all. These re-pans, coming from different fouices. Indicate u lack o! concerted altitude a? lo the treaty and' show there Is a MiBposilfoii to leave the decision largely .with the German envoys who arc now at Versailles. Senate Unanimous' and Only Socialists Opposed in Lower Given to. Wilson's Message Cause of "Very Grave" Not Bound by Treaty of London, Premier Admits. 4 BUDAPEST, April hundred, arrests hSvc been made by tho soviot suthorilies, virtually every financier, publisher, editor, writer, manufactur- er and.- ex-inlntster of Hungary who could l.'e readied bolus thrown into prir.oii. Mare than 30 editors and i newspapei owners. ;v5 aa a large] ot reporters, have been taken into custody., it is alleged, i they have refused to accept Imbes to chaiupiou the soviet cause. fount Albert Appouyi. former pre- mier; Count tladik. former food min-] Ltnr; Darouens Luis Hatvanl, t .less .Nako, wife llin former gov- 'eruor of the enlire member-1 rsaip of tin; chamber o( commerce and a number of bankers are among ttie; hostages that are being held. Attor-] ney Stenvf-'e! has been executed and ten oliier.t have lieen sentenced to y" Marching on Munich WFJIILIX. April troops. n-Jlu Russians, have crossed! Ke Danube In their inarch on Munich., iceording to a tek-Krani from Bam- berg...... Dispatches probably ol much later '-origin than the .iVrlln inecsage have reported the Bavarian troops vtrlual- Iv encircling Munich and within a few miles ol that city at various points. Xothins has previously been reported regarding .the number ot Prussians likely to be engaged with the' Hiivarisns in the attack on the cily: if't'hat becomes necessary." 1- Put Spartacans on Trial botiK Tljio SocIallst-Democ-ratio leader. a Socialist editor, pies of Sill be placed-on trial on coiiiplicMy in ,the rereiil. dia- orders in Uerlin. Though Canada Needs Population Will Make Immigration Harder HIGH PERCENTAGE LAMBS REPORTED RAYMOND, April CSper- ial to The is general In all sheep camps. Some of tiie owners of small flocks report as high as 15 A Calder Introduces New Immigration Hill in j- MONTHLY BANK CLEARINGS MILITIA ESTIMATES PASSED Bank clearings for the rjionth ending today reached 360. as against ior the corresponding month a year OTTAWA. April J. A. j Calder's immigration bill and Major- Gea. S. C. Men-burn's militia depart- ment estimates occupied the. attention ol parliament today- Whilr emphasizing the necessity of jiKTea.secI population and increased production. In order that the vacant space of the Dominion may be filled. Mr. Caldtr recogniicd tMU there must be more attention paid In the future to the class of people allowed lo come into Canada, while more must be Aone-lo the now arrivals good Canadians than had beeu done in the 3. Montreal, -favored tiiu treatment to New Taxes For One- Third of it Totiity is-Last Beer and Wine licenses Go in Effect Thursday ROME. April Orlando's gov- ernment was given a unanimous vote of confidence in the Italian senate tonight following the vote given him in the chamber of deputies. A great demonstration followed the premier's address be. fore the senate. Chamber Vote ;32 lo 40 i NOME. April 2S. (Associated Viltoria Orlando's work at the pcace-'couference in PariF received vindication In tho chamber of deputies, tonight when vote ot confidence, u-m given him, 382 to 10. The ballols opposing the. resolution were by the Intran3i3es.nt-Soci9l- Isls. Situation Very The premier alid before parliament the details of his demands for Flume and. the Dalmatian coast districts to which Italy has laid clnim. He began by saying thai the International situ- ation was grave at present, adding that It was "very for Italy. He said it was the duty of Italy to attitude of. calm al the 1 present jnoment.j i An outline ot the exchanges be- tween himself and President "VYilsou was given by the premier, v.'ho mide aspirations. Tin1 huiian deleRa did n-jt inainuim ait ohslitial? tniK'. lnu i o-oiit ratf d dnrin'JT lowing ihiys in efforts lo find a !o coiu-iliaiion. I was anxious fol- my countries LOXDOX. April statement immc'nt's'budget was made Militia Major-Gen. Mewburu state i Hie future position Jhe i would I of the escheciner. It was his; third ap- .ha, i peanince, before the house ill that ot' rapacity.'he previously haviufe outliu- militia oi mos... ailed until latter deraobiliiatlon Mi -coinpleled, when a committee will vinit the sev- eral military districts and ascertain the opinioiiE o! the people. The minister spoke in praise of the rendered by officers of Ilio permanent stiff government aerodromes and air 3ta lions. It will investigate, sll uroROfals for tho institution of commercial air services within or partly within. Can- Riln. TTio board also will draft lor the approval of the govemor-in-cotmcil as be necessary For the control of aeronautics. announced, u is ocueveci inu ummu It is further proposed lo give to tilualioii as developed by the parlin-i the aiv board certain powers of rcg-. TWails Not Known Stumbling liidck Out of the Way GOES TO JAPAN PARIS. April The peace treaty will provide that Germany must surrender" Kiao Chau to Japan, the Paris reprstentative of Reuter's, Limited says. Japan will transfer the territory to China In due course. It is added that Japan's other asreements with China will not be affected. PAIlld. April Announcement. was made shortly after 2 o'clock that Iho dlfpnte over Kiao Chau had been fettled. No details were made public. Council of Trires Conferred I'AHISl April council of three diet today a ball-hour earlier than usual. While no program was announced, It Is believed tho roentflry endorsement of the Italian delegation's position to be r jit- sldorcd and tlio discussion over Kfao Llian resumed. Xeither the Japanese uor the Chin- delegates appeared during the flrst hour of tho session, nor was Ihere any appearance of the Htlglans. whoso flnrfncinl claims have heon un- der consideration Dy Iho council. It was understood this morning, however, that the Japanese woulil he edited in during the afternoon for further discussion of the unves compromise regarding Kiao Chau. Joined Council Liter Bnron Maklno and Vltcoutil nf the Japanese deletatloii. joined the council at noon, .lules Cambon. ol the Krench called In. Up lo mlil-afternoon no further an nounMniMrt reptrdlng the Kiao Chaii agreement had r.oen inado. it Is lln dorslcod that the plan contemplates Hie giving'of Klao.-Chair to the Jap nnesa In ihe peace tfeaty with ai nrrangemeiil. are being circulated, and it appears that the number of persons who so far. have signed the petition indicate Ihe pass- ing of prohibition in Quebec City, where the beers and wines would then, it clear that tiie president's action in making public his statement as to Italy's claims to Fiurne had made II impossible to either uccept or reject any proposals that might be made-. He said he believed it his duly to come at once before the parliament o receive authority in cjirryins for- ward his wofk the conference. Up until April U, whenjie received Presi- dent Wilson's viewpoint on to delay peace ami to avoid i-oiuproiii-1 1. of yavsis -n by :i inero appearance of eeincnl. 1 was continuing patiently seek a means of t onciliatioii iHifi was discussing subject with the rilish premier when the prefitli-n- al atijieafed. Olsiehsion Made Public "Tliis nev.- fad seemed to the Ital- n dt'lotiation of enormous gravity, BS it made public a dissension which until then, although deep, was confin- ed Inside the conference. Besides making statemcub addressed to Uie sentiment and will of peoples In gen- eral, and therefore to the Italian peo- ple, the full authority and prestige of (he Kalian delegates was doubted just In the grave ami decisive hViu- wheu it was most ueederl." Italy's Demands. Just Addressing himself to the attitude of Italy at the peace conference and the Justice of hor the 'pre- mier continued: "Italy did not measure her sacri- fices by the letter of. her treaty wltb BOMB OUTRAGE -C- ______" ATLANTA, Ua., April 30.-- Mrs. Thomas W. Hardwick, wife of former .Senator Hard- wick of Georgia, was burned v aliout Ihu and a. negro maid had both hands- blown -r v off by the explosion of a pack- age received tlirongh Ibe.mails loday. The pai-kajie. it was Hair; by of tiie fam- ily, liore inscription. "G'm- iiel Broad- way, samples." and was poss- ularked New York. Pallfc of- ftcials recalled tliet a bomb bearing, a similar _ inscripliou was received a', tbe offife b[ Mayor Ojo lluneoii. in Seajtk1, r when Elio had tu withstand the shock l hav she of the Austrian army, as she migllt i ive done under the treaty. Therein i O.ie only did her duty as the allies have done, but that fact transformed friendship, into blood fellowship ant! allied powers and did not asi for help French Press Thinks Italy, ij in this Contingency, cense. old under li it was iu that sense thaj. Italy appeal ed to tho allied peoples t'nd'soveru- inenls. of KmmeJwas not first Dioueht forward or. Italy, hut said he taoujhl'sn a thrilling act of spontaneous will inrbable. wnici, began vdlh-tlie ileelaraiion ot Britain's Attitude FinniD's .rcprertriUlivb in tho' lu the course'ot his address tUe gnriau preinler spoke of-the attttudo- taken Uequently Tiuni.e pro-; at Paris by the British and irrench ;uvemhieats', which, he- saio. had >een loyal to promises made-'in the Treaty, of London, which was framed He admitted, "however, tint noth Great Britain anil Franco do not stand with lialy in her demands for tho' annexation of Fiume. Ho added that they might have agreed in prin (Continued on I'ape Four) ciple to, the ereaticn of Finnic as an independent free sUte. In diiscujsins the United Slates memorandum, which was handed to htm on 'April 11 and Taiic-V was distributed among the members of "parliament today by the premier. Sifsnor .Orlando said: "Inasmuch as this memorandum re- nied Italy's rights over the Dalmatian Island, accord only Incomplete liberty to and even went so far as to break up the !unity of Tslria, I told Wilson it wns absolutely impos- sible for me to agree to the peace on the conditions indicated. I added that under sucli conditions the Italian delegation felt it could not continue lo participate in ,tlte conference with any benefit for others or dignity for For Meeting-Huns PARIS, April The French press in commenting on the of Premier Orlando before the Italian parliament a spirit .of .conciliation marking the As a rvturt newtpapeft the cortvlcOon resumption' of, t.he, v queitiort will Be poulble ind that the ground far a istltfactory ut- tlement 'will found. Ility, it Is pointed ly intends to'give Premier Ortan- do a'ffee haiyl in dealing with her 'outhomplon service was inaugurated K prisoners. ast month by the MaurelaniQ, and at soon as condiltons become more nor- mal both vessels will stop at Cher- lourg on their way to Southampton. The Liverpool service .will IIG main- tained by vessels of the Carmanta and ARCHANOBL. April ed and United States troops at Kltrgoman. on the right hank of Iho Dvhn., repulsed a strong Bol- shevik-attack on Sunday night, taking lierger and Bnrron were: killed 'or drowned yesterday 'when tKeir: seaplane. In which they were moncn- vring, fell through the' engine siali- ing. They were over the harbor and lue stalling of Iheir en gine caused the plane to tflka a nose dive into tho. water. They Iiad with them a negro who had askfd for but he escaped witti a broken leg. Lieiit. lierger was act- ing as a gunner on the flight and when Ibc machine began to" descend Caronta type. Italy is bound, by, special agreement. Wilson's Caused Trouble "President V.'itson showed great re- gret for such a hypothesis, adding that he would do everything pofslblo io prevent it. lie said he thought it opportune and useful that Great Ilri- laln arid France should undertake. find a of conciliation, whib llussla has heen disarmed in liaiicia ne would li are tlie question rf-exara- hy the Ukrainians, reports to Vienna Incd oy His experts to see if fur.htr newspapers say. I concessions could fcs made lo llnliai Ita'ly, hut t said I" wonlil himself and juhiped, with the allied powers with wliicli machine'came down faster Bolsheviks Disarmed H, April wire- less force of Boi- shevikl inarchlns Into llungarj' from lallons and control over aerial nevi- atlon and to lint end will be o license pilots and all other persons the navigation Of aerial raft. Ltcinae Aircraft Provision Is made for smpe-inion nd revoking ot licenses. There wftl o registration and licensing alao of Ircrall. airdrome air stations. The air board will lay down condi- ions whic-h aircraft may be for carrying mall, goods and pas- engers and will be empowered to li. enso commercial services. Mr.'MacI.aan'added that when the of the air board was dU- it was considered Iho. best nean's at the preteat time of ug control over the serial navigation. Mr. Gautttier Sir Thomas White whetlier men serving :erms of as deserters President Wilson Replies To Premier Orlando's Claims To Port Of Fiume PARIS. April statement was issued to- night (lealins wilh the memorandum stnt by President Wilson lo the Ital- ian delegation on April U with per- ee sion to make It public, in Italy were formally adopted with only a single reservation by ttie powers as- sociated against Ciermauy and will 1011- stltulo the basis of peace with tier- many. I not feel al liberty to sug- gest one bnsis for with Ocr- under Military Service act, could not to rettirn to the (arms (or seeding Sir T'j6mas prcfirlfd lo draw lHe at-: tmtioij of the acllni minlsler o( jits- lice-I o the Immliratian Aet'Amenimenta Hot. J. A. Calicr's bill (6 amend Immlgrallon act then came up tor rcaoini. TJta Minister of Ira- miiratloii drew allenllon lo Ihe im- portance of the Immlgvalion problem ot Canada, [f the of Canada Is to be what It atioiM be, It aust the most fateful ffi this (Continued orv pue lour) niucu oa j, complete copy of the presidents slatPinenl. tmilcr Ihe beading "mem- orandum concerning Ihe quesllon of 'Italian claims on Iho Adrialk-" fed- 'here is uo nuestlon to wlildi. I "given more careful or anSious inuusht than, I have lo this, because IB common with nil my colleagues U Is my earnest desire to see the utmost justice done lo Italy. my 6: however. 1 havo felt tfiat there'was OCT mailer In which had no could iflsh to have" none. (ell.bmitid to sriunrc eiery conviction that I should resell as accurately as possible wltt Ihe principles ot peace which I sel forth In my address, lo the congiw of tbe United Stales oil Jan. 8. 191 S, ami addresses. "Tiiese J< and the principlea laid down in the auhscouent addresses another for peace with Aus Go y. Long "Personally, i nm ntilte willing that Italy should be accorded along Hie plralions and create states not hostile to the new Europenn order, but aris- ing out of it, Interested In its mai The foreign i j .n tenancc. depemlent upon Hie cultiva-1 provides that lo obtain certificates, lion of friendsMpH and bound !o a common policy of peace and accom- motlalfon hy the league of nations. Give Italy Trleate "It is wilh these fasts in mind tlinl 1 have approached fhe Adriatic ques- tion. It Is. commonly agreed and I i WHERE HISTORY i wlLi. 'BE MADE VBItSAILLSS, Aprfl- ialed first session o[ peace cohgress will he held in roomoiow used by tiie supreme u-rir council" and-'wlll he devoted to a veri- fication of. credentials. The text 'the peace treaty will be" pfwentod %-T i .-i on the-Germans at tho second session" ia N.J.. April dipj_.g room o[ Hotel This Is' superb 'apartment. 75 feet square and having entirelr arovnd three sides, H ttooni in glass. The delegates will proceed to' tba conference chamber through a marble corridor. Itned Trith oh ono side and openilf on Uie park from tiie; other. BRITISH LABORITM UPHOLD ITALIANS ROME, April_ A, message from "til's British labor piarfy lo the Italian' Intrmslgnnl' urging them to uphold- Wil- son's 14.points has been received. Thirteen Intraajhseant SocljlisS depntlef, representing their groups, mel in the chamber today to what attitude siouid bo adopted re' yarding the situation that baa arisen Resident Wilson's The altitude was summarized in reply to the British labor party, .in, which the Italian Socialist taldt "TKe Wilsonlaii ideals are dally by capitalistic .governments, the English ited States governments, vis In beina; Wllsonlans In the affairs ot. other; countries, but Imperialistic in the att fairs ot Iheir own country" The reply "We condemn the policy all llalistic governments and urge proi Iclariat world to follow the proclaimed ot Mmmerwaid." SOCIALIST CONFERENCE WILL MAKE DEMANDS A.MSTEHDAM, April illlcrJ national Socialial, conference. In, ses- sion iit Arnheim has adopted a resolti- iion opposing any peace in diclion lo. President Wilson's, fourteen In view o! the irasaslness caused by the declarations at the than IIIB" body, and he -vvat probahly killed by the impact.. Ensign Uarrotl was-in the pit', fast- ened in and went to the bottom with the machine. Merger had a decora- tion for service in Italy in the fly- ing corps there. Barron had also seen service overseas. IAPS OPPOSED Aprii The. forelpr language school bill, strongly oppos- led by Japanese, was tabled today by the senate of ibe terrilorlRl .Ipgi lure. scbddl ieacliers must show a knowledge, ot the Knglish language, Vnlted States history and United Slates etvUvlaws. .Inpauptie editors and educalors