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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTimnmcR DAII.V HF.RALP iNew Giant C.P.R. Locomotive -k-. I Archduke Joseph Musi Get Out SayVit is Impera- tive Necessity VJEN'N'A, Aur- SO 61 a Hungarian cabinet snl ihe prob- resignation of" Arcad'uko Joseph a Commander-in-chief of lie an arms- were repcrteJ loto' lu ramenl circles. Archduke Joseph as head ot lite lluu- cariau government nud lo ElvdNluu- jary a chJnco to cMaMlsh a popular government. Tho uon- countries ol central Sur- ouo, Mr. Hoover satd. terrorized bv Ihe tolerance showu toward lue tJltliiK uu of Kovuru- mtnl in Huuglir.v.v Mr. today teroro supreme'council and made'his uuonls on the Hungarian situation newspapenucu atler bo left the council modting. NINE HUNDRED CROWDED TO HEAR GEN. CURRIE ihe a rrien as cttffilorla fide o: the cab is filled uilh a clotbn locier H .Inches by C-) inches In which clothts can be buns and lunch palls carried. The tender a capacity for i3 tons of coil and S.OW Imperial fal- lens of water. Itaron Simlsrnuud Fereuyl. mlnliter if Interior, according to Budapest dls pilches, has been asked to form a 'Oblnel. v- It was said. Count Julius Aunras- ;ay, who was minister ot foreign it- airs !n ihe shorMlvc-d cabinet of M- Lovdssy would be minister ol foreign ffalrs IB the new ministry. Parli Expects It PARIS, Aug. supreme coun- cil ot the .pface..coufeKnce ejpecls o hear; of the resignation c-f Arch- duke JoeepU as bead of tho Hungarian government Tvilnln a few Ap- parently Ihe council Is ot the opinion :hat it Is not necessary to take any more drastic steps' ilhan those; out- Ined In tbe Instructions sent to the Inter-allied military mission in Buda- pest on Tuesday or tor delivery to ihe Hungarian govern- ment. In the instructions the cosncil sets forth that It dld-aol regard the gov- ernment of Archduke Joseph as in any sense a popular one and declared It would not deal with It. Must Get Rid of Archduke I'AHIS. Herbert C. Hoo- ver, who hss Just returned from 3 two weeks' trip Ihrough central Eur oue, told correspondents today tbarlh. thoilll .cw then what ;h 110 one else of -72 i would admit it at lue time. They end likely to; ways looked upon me as a poor j occur'at any tiir.e iluriiis the past few 9rakelock knew fli big SUEUS He" Tas apparently in his'which his works wera selling for in usual health up to. an -hour before his] recent years. Ho was lo coinpir- ,aeath-- r ing these prices, which measured prcs- Blakelock had beea in Ihe Stale entKlay appreriation of, with lliiiraal at Middletown. -V.Y, conliE-! (ha prices at which lie sold lliem. Tilrs. "uously tor eighteen years, with the; Adsms. that Uie painttr had n exceptioD of a period of liberty under! perfect recollection of everything he guurdiansaip from IfllG to the fall of! had painted aoi was perfectly capable ill 1D1S aud t'ne recenl ]ierioil of one: of Uie authentic-ity of any i month which in bis death. (real work of his brusb, or o! stamping ji Because of apparent gains in hisj spurious works.'which for a lime mental health, it was hoped by friend? peared frequently on Ihe market, as j. irbo took interest, that Ihe old! forgeries. painter might us? brnsn with his Durinj his trip lo Xcw York in old skill wien he was released from i a visit to (he oflicc of District! (he asylum in 191G. Attorney Swann, when a o.ue3iion was I He. returned-to' N'ew city a! I raised painting offered as! thzt time, and-enjoyed for tbe first: his, ami he- dc.liouncet] tho picture 1 lime-'a personal contact with the'artl which lie saw there as a forgery. world, which had crown, since his se-j in of the eld record him as one of the man took great delighl in the honors; foremost.painters ot America, bnl him on his visits to. New York.' hpres lhaL_he mifbt again do khiph-i durins nays kept savin? trade work were disappointed. i that lie wished he couln come to this In-the rjmmer of lalS, .while fas, al-Ljfcc George, he returneil loj and Mrs, Adams acted favprile work of painlms moon- gnirdians for tie artist, and made light scenes and prouuccd on or po5niblc for hira lo enjoy lie monlbs i piinllngs bearing a remcite reaem-; ot rreedom whicn had enlighleneil the Manc-e