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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f V VOLUME xn. LETHBU1DGE, MONDAY, JANUARY NUMBER 3S IN GERMANY-4PRINCE JOHN OF ENGLAND DEAD INI Majority Socialists Leading BIRLIN, Twcnfy-four ot iht S3I election dittricta In OttUfr Perlin give the Hiltfii oa'FrHay: A. O. ,W, Bar- Crave Riots Occur Outline is '.Given of New German Constitution Elections Being Held. _ LONDON, Rioting out In Berlin during night irfter the Spartiiuns hid it- to billot boxu uitd in election, ta an Exchange Tele- frmh company from Spartatani -.were repultei everywhere. .Fight- Inl oecurredj it reported, In WUhilrnitraaea'' and Hedennann- atraeie und at the Halletehe'rter. Thi1' alts an ttnipt to tho office of thfi '_ AMSTERDAM, Jan. Four Ucan leaders n-lio were dur luff "cent mlSpandsu were" shot" and Wiled br wcorltrng tr.M: to Proteat Berlla JIM pro- tested to' the Ebert cabinet ijndjast tt proposal- UiV'' nattonal 'ii dUewnere' In Berlin. Ae- resent' jordlfik'to cabine tcMei on toe ptaci the aa W'.' meet. nolwlUiitandtj -to" tb nt leaden', ppposttion ib Ber Ita'as Beit ot the sal cnietlj from. wfilch, la view ot recent oc the, aie-'tearfo o( the fate ot the new republic i[ lu .there. r. Grave Rlota LONDON, Jan: electlo riots many, wbera the people are) young t cnooae'meintejrs ot the national as A jeberal strike has teen at Is 'without an accorflos to a Gopenbaxen dl patca to the Exchange, Telegraph com piny.- L Endoraea union- endorsed the un.o of irlth Germany. ConttKutlen LOXDONV Jin. of th new proposed conHltuUon for Gt njany drawn, up' recently it a confe f t authorities ittteri.itio.iiy law, incIudinV H _ "Btite'flurcretary of the Interior in the Bbcrt covemmeot, are tfTen In ColftiniiJiJ A. _ -_._ W., E: Ijetbbrldfe; A. A; Mitchell, brirfte; X. Le'thbridge.; R. P, Jlorton.'orc; J. T. Hothwell, B. G. atmmoiiB. K. Tur- ner, .1. Milk River; G. R. Ward, leod; H. WIlba.nB. bridge; J, .AVIUou, Pincher Creek, Son of King Had Been Invalid Since His 'v LONDON', Prince John, son of ,Kint George, died at last night. 'He bad been II for some time. The pripce was he prime favorile classes un-4 he'ldol of the tenants al dsor. It was tbe brother Princess Mary. -Aii otOclal' bulletin {iHiied this eve- W Mys: A Jpliii, bad wtticli Co-operation of Nations is Most Vital in Future League to Secure Peace. Jaa. Wire less the league of na- tions Is to lie a success, itj may be positive as vrell as negative, accord- Ing to a iiamphlei'issued by Astor, parliauiejilary secretary of Ibe foodt belweeu theT itaUotjB, he sayi', willbe ol vilal Iniporlance during recoastruc- during which all belligerent na- lonn, with the exception of :ae United States, must expect an iteonornic crisis, -operation between nadons be- 'ore tbe war was'iin tl.e >amphlet says. "It has proved to be the cause of the aJHed victory, auti must be the basis ol a permanent .'Hie liague of iia.ions'vi-Hl not last long1 if its fnneUous arft-eiorted aoiely through courts of tribunals, for -he settlement 9f disputes after they lave arisen. H must make utmost use o' every means of uniting nations for accepting common purposes and repel- ling common dangers, "AH the belligerent nations, vllli the possible exception of tbe United Slates, will now face an. eco cfisis caused W tlie general of the markets, .the un- cferteiaty of pricea and Ihe" treafedovv-n 7375; Wn- trdepend- German Na- tional 4704 -German Peo- party, Chnstlan party The rtrength view of rthe that Berlin hai always been overwhelmingly So- cialfst. NUNS MARCHED TO POLLS AMSTERDAM, Jan. what of. a sennit ion was caused in Berlin Sunday, according to a ditpalch Hantfelsblatt, when the nuns From the .fatho- in Lindensirasse the polls In a group. Seized Ballot Boxes DEN'SLAKEX, RhcniFCh Prussia, Jan. from tho Lob- berg coal.mines today forced an cu- traiice into the polling booths and seized the ballot 'Imos and registers of electors. _ An Estimate DERLIX, FiECher, secretary of- the Majority-Socialist party in thortly after mrJ- night this morning estimated that in the election to tho national assembly Majority-Socialists polled between 40 and 50 per ceut. ot Ihe votes; the In- -the Centrists 34, anil German Democrats from lii to I'D per cent. Idea is Only in Preliminavy Stages Are becohiA more t And severe, pouted 'in an 'their To TaMf Land From Speculator for The John came so and 'Auiexpected.y Ihi't there was no Uiae.'for: tho nurses who were with him "tb summon Majetliee to Hi i bed side'Before [uuued, away. pohit out sympathetically Vow tneir Majes- ties, baTe labored unceasingly during the war to bury the-tragedy of their yoimgest sonV health in the silence of their Mnlfng to the nation "the per- sonal' anxiety them. Every father anil the Empire, Ihe will nn- der-Hand what it means lolose thetaby of the family: All tho papers emphas- ize that tbe 'sympathy will be heightened by the knowledge of their Majesties' splendid and untiring eTsmple of tlie past four years.. "In recent years ttie delicate health of Prince .John that he always .have aa attendant. Conse- was hever.-fieeh (m public occasions with oC tho royal' fsnii.yj but lived irt com parative privacy "at Frogmore tor targe proportion Europe, chances for Intern allon av quarrels if n petrUve trade wilt be'> greater than ever." H is thai tbe league' of nations be eauipped'ivUh machinery to secure thfe eration 'between nations In, facirig.thesfe comrhbri problems. V ''Responsibility for repairing the ravages of war must fall upon the leag'ue ot nations. problems confront tlte league even fore the war, labor and capilal resliT rig their interests were international t will be of fundamental importance in re-5lariiog indiretry, the sUn lard of living .in citiHzed countries haU not be rendered unstable by, the competition of sweated and under-pah abqr. U probably will be nece'ssar; o secure 4ltls by fnleraation'at agree ments, .guaranteed by the league nations." public eympsthy TTM, expressed for ai" pKIotal ditpalch out Majesties in ail thc'church yes- ftn'aiM peeked up here- It ttatw that] The ArchtJfeacbn of St. Paul's consist of former 'nvitect the cbrigregatfon to join him 07 terrl- jn prayer. Tlrtafi o! rfcifct of re- the etnplTft. {hat the 'rftjardlMs ol for- rair to frw empire, provhl- riob frw has" a popula- tion IT peopta tbe prefer- (Special to the'lleralcl) EDMONTON, Jan. is ci- necfed'that thero will be upwards or Lwq. tbonaand delegates to-iho con- ventions oflhe United FarmcrB.of Al- berta and the United Farm of Bejng Returned: 'From France to England Alberta.-which, on'eii nere Tuesiia.i moraine. 'Every, hotel in the city is now practically but ample ac 'been procured fo in private homes tbrouguout the city.1 Radical'Resolutions Preliniinary in connection wit! the coijvontio'n Is in progress foiiai nltli 'raeetrags of. the directors are .niaiclng artanEenients Ihtit al business ivilt -be: cohcluctcd with dis patch in order that the closing ma'j he on schedule. "-Besides the mass o i reports: tiie year's' .-work there "are; ISO th i vario'iVlocals ttvbe 'considered. Som of these are practically identical, bu all 'call; for the.'uniernlment of .legis 'oEV radi6alviij.hd, that Trill only- .benefit' to.'the sgrlcultnr ists themselves b'u't' to all classes i province and the p. 'H -An mterosltaBjact conlained.m tli LONDON, Jan. Asso clateit to set on in'th- UfraoMllMllon (a save (lie which'tlie men-are show-, -deciarefl Turner-, to J'W convention ,is (hat I CaiiadianUssoclaled verj'- adverso crop yea Isicst-rcllnWo estimate here Is- ila doutls in tlie south-and PAJUS, Jan. Poin- care's address Bt the qrwning of lh.------ peace congress yesterday h wariuly eiimna France to England at the rale praiaed by newspapers', even Socialist .qt-llOM a day.- THey are sent W Kim il .Canadians will ho repatriated, by fl" tiio has been an in tie end of July. Men are being return-jcreaso. of; now.- Resumed and Gocid gress Expected. Pro- PARIS, Jan. Vlllorio Orlatiilo. the Italian prcmScr, thty only absentee, the supreme coun- cil of the peace conference rc-as- Ecmblca at 10.30 o'clock ing. I'remier Orlando had arrived from Rome, however, anil was eiyected to attend later ia the day. Arthur J. Balfour, the Drltish foreign secretary, was accompan- ied to the meeting by Lord Robert Cecil who has especially in charge the subject of a league ot nations, on behalf ot Great Britain. Baron JIakinof, chiet ot'llle'- Japanese mission, attended tho'council for the first time, representing' Jap- an, together willi liaron Matsui; the Japanese ambassador, to France, j Loni Hubert Cecil remaiiiefl-at the foreign office, where''tKe'meet; iug was lielit> tor only utes anfl did not enterihe'councjl charaher where the seaaiotf today was an eiclutiye one; It whiclt the eyes ot tha are centered, was opraed this afterntxju in the great' BalU de ia Pali. Tbe proceedings, were coniinod tlie election ot George Clemenceau, (he French premier, as a pBrmananu chairman of tlic contercnce, an ad- dress of welcome uy the president ot tho French republic, Raymond- Poln- care, and speeches by President Wit. .son. Premier Uoyd George and Baron (Sounino, were characterised by resslons of lasting friendshlp-and tha >parent determination ot :ntatlves of the nations to couia' 10 amicable understanding with ra- peel'to the problems' to be decided. Sir. Wilson. In proposing Mr. Clo' lenceau as cljairman, It gives me great pleasure to pro- ose as permanent chairman of liia onference Mr. Clenienceau.-tn'e ent of the council. "I would do this as a- matter ot ustoni. I do (his as a.tributa ihe'French ft-fsK o do it as something more wish to do it as a tribute to Mr. Lloyd Geargo said: merely a pleRSynvbul-a'-great. irivHege that I-should bei iri-hehalf 61 the'Britisb lc i that ad offlclai bfl tween the governmentB on the sit'ualion in Russia, forecast In one of last week's (OTtraiiieit will be earn- a >n4 ministers Jan VI k ijMutt -Weekly Ditptlch Paris corres ulatei that t Britluli nye r WKATHEK an. national mlnlMry of flnamM iMld to have Btrlln reaort on belonging memben of tht 'their wivta, hi taktti, tt is itiM such are Itlnalan toytrnnurr! and to r PLOTTED1 FOR LIVES OF WILSON, LLOYD-GEORGE QENeVA, Jan.' 19, German' Russian Bol'shevikI have by the' Lau- isnne It Is "id that the men In custody were bearing passports Hud were on thilr Viy to Paris, Tne Gazette says the ynfler -arrest plotted atalnst the "lives of Premier Clem: Wlfson and' Premier The plot vm backad bjr Oermw gold, v ARMENIAN PARIS, Jan, An Armenian commlMlon, conipoiecl of Arch'' bishop Toiiraln, Professor plan and two others, landed at Mamlllet, Sunday. They Parts to (n the peiKt conference. and. thence -go by, to Liverpool. Forestry and the.orffanlzatidh sh'ows a Thi8 afternoon. Uie directors, trt :lhe A. are. meeting ___ .the rejjrese'ntatfves railway- troops are chiefly, being [that a' .statement will .00 in-wed; from Prance at the. presen; given otit in "connection wilii the Inter- me. i 'Tlfel'coiiTentlpu will-be At Ripon, in now opened at Tuesday worn. inotker, large camp forXJaaidlaM; the invitation Her. mostly by tent- 1 McQueen, and this will -ne toi- a'dnring the Iwt. statjM.of welcome from by rranee Is from "every afternoon is ranee s very dayC Mornings are nevoled (o physical W'- A- drill. It Is not a bad life; but. every-; 'J- In the aHemoon there L ot tho U. P. r -aniiunl report body, is deail (Ircii ot'it .anilous read the the directors, to'ftct home. Uven KngUrid has fltlle, cora- charm for them, they want Canada.'1 Jan. sitUoii ,in up by the fiapremfl couhc.t peace conference Sit its session NoatoAii, Frtn6h atnbawtdbr .to RaaRla, telni; fct the addressing the council on tho Ruasita qoestlon. -Thia MnouncemenL wti the official. iUtement gtren held loan-row of Council ir. Lloyd .he tribute he had paid him. .It not atone a tribute to burto FraiMffT" '_'We .hhave come togei.iflr' he eiclairried. must .cave this hall aa friends." f. ttcfcrring fo ihe league of nations; M. CSeniunceau declared, it ready in.the Tray achieTeft' the gathcrld'g of thia conference. E British Officer Was Murdered Because He Wore Epaulets Jan. troops have slackened their at the Polish frontier. The Germans arc delaying their .evacuation oC Grodno for several days, although. Gen. Falkenliayen .has retired Su-' walk i and Gen.-Hoffmanji has gone Koenigsberg. Polish leaders'allege thst the Ger- mans are selling arms to tho-'Bol'- of the societies for provtsioainff XTIiraine, In I.iihuinla and Ukraine tie Bol-, shevitts are-, lisuIns proclamationt tltat they have" come to restore order. :'Miss sister .of a'mcniher- council and her two. aunt's, succeeded :in. .escaping ;'frpiji, Mpviley' -.and Jiave :reached They considered themselves aa bany of their nias-'- jiacredr they declared.'- Tivo brothers' Serdownlil-were lorliired to death, anil.-their.-.Avivcj and chlldrea'. inniilaied, to their story, The .of the P.olish legion whe went W yistt Senfo.wskl is allege'd to have been murdered becauso ho.wore- epaulets, which are. forbidden by -thl L'olslievit-r 'says JnSt; this miirdcr- of certain of the locjii'' i.Sho..says..the finally approved .when I.I that the officer knew how to read 'act OCCUPY COURLAND CAPITAL" Jan. casiUf of Kten cupitd by the recsfvW today. Numbers ef vgiinV left-behitirf, the evacuatea< (Ire broKe out, ing a 'f the trntn ft tM ;