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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME Xtl. LETHBltlUttb. ALBERTA. FRIDAY, FIvBHUAHY 28. 1919 XL'MBKR 67 Jugo-Slav-Italian Quarrel Growing Very Serious JLJnofficial Statement o{ Ar- menian Claims Now Being Considered by ihe Peace Conference. PARIS, Feb. The cUIma of Armenia were council at meeting Wednesday. It it undci- they Were foflowi; Pint. Liberation from the Turk- ish Second. The formation of a new Armenian slate to be made up of- the Armenian of Turkey and the terrjtories of the republic in ihe Caucusus and alto in the port of Atocan- drettf, which Already is claimed by Syria. Third. Protection for SO years by a great a man- date fntrm'the- league of nations. of Pick of British Race Were Killed On The Battlefield the Ual four years about of the pick of the British f-ere losl on tbe bat- declared Dr. Christopher AddiMai of. the local gov- boirj, In mortar in the co on Wednesday tiie aeconfl of thenriU to create a lau.Utry ol health, and in October, November and December of last year, the mortality Crnm in- fluenza Jn the United Kingdom was as high as Hie average monthly losses during U.o war. Under Iho terms ol the bill ihe minister said, the various health and insurance bureaus, which arjpi now nmoeutetl with the local government board, the lionae office and the ministry of jvensiotiB. would be amalgamat- ed. In regard to the poor law, it was proposed to thus didcutangle sickness from destitution. Dr. Ad- ilisqn he was prepared mate thu bill applicable lo Ireland as far as he could. Cross Benches in Legislature Think New Alberta Act is Not Extensive Enough, Nor Allowances Big Enough. Daily Service South Lines To be Resumed March 10 10 Jlr-mlJ) The house dEscusscd at length the act to provide assistance 10 moth- ors. The principle of ihe art was in jiu way Qnesilonc'ii in tlie debate which followed a motion fcr Fecond reading jirescnled by Uon. Mr. Doyle. TJie siamt'cf the oiipfiELtion ami tlte cross benches, Iiovvfever. Mas thai thfe hiH I meet I should hn broadened tn include more service i classes than or of vaves whose Confirmation of The Herald's elate- acreage, we have lUiciiied I raent that Hie daily service on (lie their wishes both 'for a daily Coutts an [I Cardston branches would ani> for mating it run from Cardston j husbands were in tho care of fiisorfly be resumed was given to The to Lei abridge and return, as under I families. The act provides for a pen- Ilerald tills inpmlnff by Supt--C- D. the ohl schedule. As soon as the 10-sioii of J3 ivecfcly t> each child, ami it on hfs return tram Cat- Oays1 advertising has been done, tho was conceded by the government that j gary where he met district official ywtetday. The exact date cannot be announc- ed at present, hut it will not hi later than March 10. Ordinarily ten days are necessary to advertise a new jias- Mngtr icht-dHle, but hi this case the'11 tlm service iviU go on, probably be- fore." Great Northern Sarvict (SpecLai to Tin. IkraLiU SWEET GRASS, Feb. ing on the. announcement or the C. 4 resume daily per- date ot HID service will result hi no-jv'co_L0 Coutls in Mho near future, solutions the C. P. II. official? arajwoffl from tby Northern carrying on with the-Great Northern' service from VlrdeiHnto officials to meet them on the daily at Coutts-Sv.-eet Grass again. train leave Macteo-.l this sum might jiot be adequate foi'i all needs. The plan would Involve; the municipalities bearing hatt the ex- jicnse of such aid and in addition pro- vide a relief officer'to hejp adminis- ter the net lorally. Kb ridge Resolution J. S. Slcvrarl introduced aVeso-. ___ _ of the Lcthbritlgc commission-1 Sweet Grass will he resumed. asking that the act be extended wilt give a resumption of the daily include nil children receiving aid. 11 .d Italians and Slavs Flay Fight Over The Rival Claims Italians and Jugo-Slavs Assuming Threatening Attitude To-, wards Each Other in Clash Over That Slavs are Mobilizing are Denied, Though Young Men are Being Called to Colors. t "O Want a Month as Minimum Uights De- manded >v LO.VDOX. Ff-lj. Internation- al Seafarers' Can rat ion yesterday r fi 1 adopted moiKhJy as Uie proper L U I wflge for staweti and Hrc- r jmen. wlili tlte elder ratings hc-ing paid L lhu rcaumptlon ot The act was Btvtu a sctxmd The Cardston traba, which tiie chanjo has been running from Leth- s is a matter of negotiation bcv j reading. L tiie ITS-O companies at the prcs- In explaining-the act. Hon. Former Pincher Creek Alember Takes Important Tost in Coast Dr. David O.H.E., M..R-, C.ViS., member of thu tatnmons for Macleoil riding. Alberta, lias tee {pointed deputy minfsler of agriculture to tfcc EDMONTON, Feb. wit called to appear before the public of the' legislature to tect'rfy tbe Men- nonite .fnqulry did not show up morning. The committee voted to Issue summon MS for them. Chairman McNaughton tald that he had telegraphed to the men yesterday and written them day before that they were wanted as but had get no re- ply.. It it understood that several of the witnesses have signified they will not coiae unless summoned. The men wanted aj witnewea are M. L. E. Q. M, Conner, J. L. Gibion, W. H. and Paul J. W. Wiff, all of Calgary, save wtio halli .from ftoclfylord. The summonteft wili be sent out today probably to the provincial police to serve, and refusal to obey the called to arrest, Witnesses will have their expense! paid when sum- moned in fashion. OTTAWA: Fell. Idtttcul in [he (Itliato on ilie address sagged !a the commons today, oralortcal efforts ing. confined inemtefs who df) not Cement, lUdiTldual cases Lt-gisUtton prob- T; on jho of war Dr. ably conlii irot deal with all cases. Yohmlecroa for overseas, was not an act which was presumed i b fc imperial recog- to be perfect. However, it was what j hi u ilbj.itie3 appointed III! R in lihu lo the Dritish RcDwunt Conunis- sicn oT MontrcBl, under the command. the right direction. Weir -wanted to know upon whose leconimendntloii the act ImJ been drafted. Boylo said certaiji men's or- ftad discussed (lie subject IJie government had considered Hie nccessJiy'of IcsislTitfon, and partly'tbe bill of iiis on'n initia- tion. Miss K. contended that (he bill not nearly broad enough. Sufficient ivns not provided lo j to enable thorn lo remain of tiie late Sir, Frederick Benson. He becamo altachetl a large rfemount depot at and remained there until June, 1917, with tho rank (Continued on Page Four) at home-, othera besides mothers were (Continued on Four) Business Men Strike to Offset Action Laborites BASEL, Feb. and proftttional men in several Ger- man towns have been urged to meet strike of the working by on strike them- selves, according to dispatches ceivetf here from Berlin. At tilelsburg, southeast of Magdeburg, the bourgeoisc have gone on strike. Tne bourgeoise committee at Letpiic, Saxony, has tMuetf an appeal to the business men, and pro- to call a general strike as a protest agafntt the strike of the proletariat. At Brunswick the former pre- mier of the Brunswick government has formally published his adher- ence to communism, Miners Strike Ultras of the miners in central Ger- many arc on. strike, and iti9 strikers everywhere have beguii lo occupy (he railroads and post offices, according lo Berlin advices. TUo government, how- ever, hopcn lo anter by the use otr largo military forces, Stores Closed! COPEXHACrKX, Feb. town and the Moves cf Saxony. J have "been closed as a result ol a strike by the boiirgeoise, according to a dispatch from, Berlin. Shut Off tlEUUX, Feb. Magdeburg is shut Off from rail comintm I cation wilh the onlsldo wojld result ot ttie railway slrikc. Tloth Socialist parties anil Irnde unions-arc eudeavortnE is prevent the spread cf the strike al l.clpsif. roMaH, telephone and tele- graph employees have voted (o remain UASHU Feb. limn HVCK al'work unlil driven oil by rorce. fMor Dflhic. accomplfco of Paulenko, sentcncctl on Wcdnesday'lb IHJ on May Hlli for the mur- der of John Oatifrycluik. this mominf Tmiuib Justice WiUli for Bftntenco, the ]ury hariog retnrnfid a verdict cf manslaughter agrafnH him a recommendation to the conrt (or mercy. His lordrfolp in sentence said he the sentence him to two yearfl in the peni- tctiliary at KditMnton. The accused man's counsel, H. Kit on, was present, and briefly iid- dreaaed the court in ills cllenl's favor. il lie United Siati-s. minimum wage and (he same as ilia! of (ho British and Sena- dinaviitii cnuntrtes wiih iht- prysent war bonuses. The seamen fear that their bonuses sewn 'inll be withdrawn, and consequently will endeavor to maintain their present earnings as a minimum wage. H was also ilecideil by tiie, federa- tion that all seamen should have the right (o demand and quit ship .at United Slates 'ports, as pro- vided for by the United States laws. The belief was expryKsed that bUtcr countries are not ready to make this provision unUoreal. MEDITERRANEAN CROSSED BY'AERO AND BACK, 24 MRS. PARIS, Feb. Coll, who re- cently crossed the Mediterranean, ami tntide the return trip wilhtn 34 wiU soon make a flight by the Tray ot i Madrid lo Fez anil Agadir, Morocco. He will malte an especia) sliidy ol con- ditions over the aea in view of his in- le'ntum-to make n flight'from Daltar, at the extreme point of Capo Verde, to Pmiatnbuco, Brazil, within Ihe uexl two montlis. He v.-iii, on (his Hight, operate a special machine vchtcli is equipped n fusilage which will keep afloat for 10 hours and whtcb. ivU! Tiennit tne to vnit for assist- Ttnce in ease of a hrakedbwn while over the sea. PARIS, Feb. (AssociftUd relations of Italy and Jugo-Slavia are viewed as serious in peace conference cir-, cles, possibly as requiring action by the powers to prevent of the conference from drifting Into a conflict. hive been growing until all taking a threatening attitude. An ftalfan report that the are mobilizing a re- jofncftr from the (alter that no such step has been taken', that the army wMch ed after the defeat of U being reorganized on "a very 1 stricted basis." It ia admitted that classes are being called to the colors, hut asserted that Is'nothhK lilce general mobilization. The Jugo-Slavs complain that tiitvitk tha niovemeat lo yet u dele Rates to the to hel'fl (bere on March 13i but an invl- tfilloii Is la all C6rta: ors' inlcrcsled lo attend tho cOiiTcn- tton for tlic reason that the larger Ihe meeting tho more likely ,wIH ,il he to crystallite public opinion (mdlii- prca? on 4ha government (he need (or action, ami at the MOM fine