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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME ?CJ1. ________ -------_- AUSTRIANS ARE HANDED Part Treaty Handed To Austrians Today; Get 15 Days to Answer Treaty Not All in Shape Adriatic Trouble Not Clemenceau Presided Over Historic of Document Took- Place at St. Germain at 1 2.22. PARIS, June terms of peace will be presented lo the Austrians'today with the problem of the Adriatic claims of Italy unsolved. The council of four held a bner meeting before going lo St. Germain this morning, Premier Orlando of Italy being present. During the meeting the Adriatic question vras discussed. ST. GERMAIN, June was today fciven days to reply lo the terms of peace presented by the allied nations. M. Clemencenu, president of the conference, was NEW RHINEREPUBLIC PARIS, June will be the capital of llic new Rhine republic, which was proclaimed yesterday in several Rhine cities, .Trie new.government's national assembly wil; meet there, but the provisional government will sit at Weis- baclen. A passage in the proclamation shows the movement not to be'separatist, but anti-Prussian. Premier Borden Declares Canada Stands By Labor Terms of Peace Treaty It "Violence from'what- ever side must disappear. .The Rhenlach people honestly and ain- cerely withes peace based on a reconciliation cf aM peoples.That IB why it itparales itself frgm the institutions which are the base of 10 many wan, feudalism and militarism. Therefore. It ellmin- alei an obtlicle standing In the wy of a genuine peace. F But Labor Legislation Has Always Been Under Provincial Jurisdiction and it is up to Provinces Quiet Here and only Mines so far Hat due to Strike in Winnipeg .Rapidly Reaching Break- ing Point. Minister of Labor Returns to Ottawa; Settlement Near? Declares in Interview thai Whole Pi'inciple of Sympathetic Strike is Wrong for in Sucli .Action -Unions Repudiate Agreements Which Are Whole Basis of ot _3 T T 1 the first prominent figure lo arrive al ihe meeting today, at tnC ICrmS OI pCaCC piLSL The Austrian representatives arrived at .12.22 o Organised A. Rigg declares Winnipeg Trades entering the chamber by a rear entrance. Ihe delegate.; i Rjght to Order Sympathetic Strike. were attired in conventional morning dress. The Austnaus j were escorted by an Italian officer. Immediately on their arrival al 12.22 o'clock the session 'formally opened by announcement of the head usher. Premier Clemenceau, president of the peace conference, im-i mediately began his'address. j M. Clemenceau spoke for only three minutes. The. hall was densely packed, many of tlie secretaries having been adrriiUedPuKthe chamber, and of the throng from ihe impr'essiyencsif of the-cere- vmony. peace treaty not presentecj tp JKe.Aus- trians toqay the I 5 regard to their reply (Herefore refers only to the portion of- the terms hand- id them ainpday's session. Premier Clemenceau spoke In French. His remsrks were trani- htcd Into, English, then lnLp Hal- Ian and then Into German, Paul DiiUsta, general-Gecretary of the peace conference, present- ed the terms to the Austrians at 12.37 o'clock. Dr. Karl Renner, the Austrian and the head of the delegation, then be- gan an'addrtu In French. Dr. Renner opened with a com- plaint M the delay presen- tation of the peace terms. The chancellor declared Ihe Austrian republic .entirely free from the Hapcburfl dynasty. It would never have declared war. ltielfr lie atierted. The chancellor con- cluded hti address at 12.50 o'clock. After Dr. Renner's Premier Clemenceau asked If any- one else desired to speak. There was no reiponse and he declared the. "ceremony ended. Terms of Peace OTTAWA, Juno followins is a summary of Hie ICJt of Iho Austrian peace lornis received here by the gov-f 13 rrnmenl an! Issued to Ihe Canadian I guarantees of eiecullon. la nol Includ i cd in the. Austrian Irealy. fore omilted. Varl six dealing with prisoners of wsr nml graves and part 10 wilh aerial navigation, are idcnllcal will) Iho Eubslllullon Df.Austiia anil Austrian for Germany and (jcrman, ami aro also omitted. Similarly part he German treaty, containing Press: The conditions ct pence of the al- lied and associated wilh tho exception of the military reparation., financiiil and certain boundary clauses were handed to the Austrian plenipo- tentiaries at St..Germain today. Tho20 rlauses which nre nol yet ready for presentation will be Oeilrcred us soon us possible. Trre Auslrlans, ill the meanvhiie, having Ibe opporlunily to begin work on tbo rreelcr part of the treaty fn >n effort to facilitate a Anal Tin Auilrlan Ireitj follows eiaclly the tant oulllnt a. the German and In many i' with II, ftiocpt a chance in name. Cei-laln penlfic clauses, which epiilled only lo Qernuny, ere, of CGiirie, omitted anil certain new climes oi rartlcular sp- pllrablltly to Aastrln ire included, e.i- pccldlly rcgjrds Ihe now itatej created out' ofihe Jormer Auatro-Hun- jarlan empireji Ainlrla li loft by (tie Uealj i Jl.lo of ibont iDhabllalloc til Ijetwoen H.OOO ind itquare miles. She recogntees Ibe complete Independence of llnninryACf.echo Slovakia and Her- bo-Croil-Slov'nrjo stales and cedes oth- er territorial which previously In un- ion with her competed the empire of Aiiilrla-llnngiiTy, with Us ropulatlon of over and Its area of PART TWO The of Austria The northern frontier facing Czecho Slovakia follows the existing adnilnlE Iralive boundaries fqrrocrly sepural- ing Iho provlnce'ot liouemla and Jior- avla from those of Iho upper and lower Austria, subject, lo certain minor rcclific.tloni In Ihe regions of Omnnll and r'eldsnerr; and along Ihe river Moravia. The southern frontier fac- ing llaly and the. Serbo-Croat-Slovene slate In lo be fixed by the principal Billed and asuoclsted powers al a later M4 eqimre mile Auslrll o accept Ihe IcagilQ of nations covenant nnd Iho labor to. renounce all lior Jturopcun rlchls, lo domoblllzc her wholo naval mill aerial lo nd- mil right of by Ihe allied and associated rowers of her nnllou- ni.i gullly of violating llio laws nnd cusloma ot war nnd lo accept detailed provlilons similar lo Iliosc In iho Ocr man treaty as lo economic conditions nnd freedom ol transit. In tho following summary, pnrt one (nnlnlnliiE the covenant of tho in.iguo of notions and pfirl 14 conlnlnlnK llic labor fonvcntion urc KTonllcnl will tbu.u In tho Ocrmnn trrnly anil there dale. In llic eastern part Ihe line pa.ring Jntt cut of Blelburg crosiei Lbe Di-nve just nboTO Its confluence will] the levant, and Ltience will pass north ot the Druvc, so.nd to leave the Serbo-Croat-Slovene slate Marburg and lladersbnrg Jusl lo the cast at wiilch latter place it will join IhcMlun lirlail frontier. The western Xand norlhwcilcrn frohllera facing IMvaria, Iho western fronller ficlnj Swllier- land >nd Iho eastern fronller facing HiinnAry remain unchanged. PART THREE Political CUuiei Kurope: Tho high coutracling par- ies recognise and1 Ihe frontiers of Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, numanla, the Serb-Crdal-Slovoho state" and the Czecho-SI6vak stale as at prct- flit, qr us vlllmalely delormlrieil. Atis- Irla renounces In fnvor of Iho principal allied 'mid aflflonlRled powers: all her rights r.iul uver form- erly (Special lo The Herald.) June leaving for the east this morning Minister of Labor Senator Gideon Hobertion, who has been here for ten days taking an active part in Ihe general slrike, gave out an in- terview lo Ihe press in which he definitely staled the 'poKi-- tion of the government. "The of the' gtneral slrike now sit In Ihe aihes of .their folly. In respond- ing to the call lo strike a majority violated and repudiated their ob- ligations to their own trades' unions and to their employers. Individually and collectively they wilfully dlicarded their agree- ment., that the posies- fiion of what they are contending for I. of little value. Labor- leaders who advocate that might is right, who Jiold.that law, Justice nnd honor should be discarded at will, merit'and receive the con-, damnation of good citizens. Irr a. neneral the force is. directed against the whole community, including those innocent of any responsibility for the offense. Public Indignation is Immediately aroused because of.- Ihe inconvenience, loss and suf- fering Imposed upon'Innocent peo- ple. Therefore sympathetic strikes must always fail. Socialism ha. long recognized that trade, unionism is an impossible bar to its revolutionary progress and seeks throilBh the One Big Union movement to undermine and de- stroy the labor organization, whose policies are lo regard its' obligation as sacred and inviolate. Employers must not mistake the defeat of the neneral sympathetic strike as a defeat of organized libor. On the contrary, labor will emerge from Ihe conflict strenglh- ened from thewi.dom gained from Us experience. Numerous strong labor organizations have by their votes and actions largely contrl- bf ed lo the outcome because they believe the general' sympathetic slrike Is wrong, vicious ar.d de- moralized. Employers should leek to deal Justly this time liberally with their workmen, and -thus assist the bona fide labor movement." Saturday morning the general officers ef Ihe railway. havlno headquarters In Winnipeg issued a statement to all employee! on strike, giving them until Monday at 10 o'clock to return to work, and, falling lo do so, their places, will be. filled. II Is understood thai it li the Intention of the rail- way. lo applications from relumed'loldiers as rapidly as pbislble lo fill places, and of. fer Ihem permanent positions. R. A. RIOG SPEAKS OUT An entirely new pnase of the general slrike siluallon was in- jected Saturday when R. A. Rigs., former secretary or the trades and. labor council, n labor mem- ber of-the .Manitoba legislature and just returned from over.easri made a'publlc statement the Winnipeg Trade. Council nor any other trades couHcil in-Canada has any authority to order a e'ral strike.' He jxB'erled that the trades council: IV anlirely a volun- tary orjaniiltion whon charter ii granted by the Trades Congren of Canada, and: )U charter give, it no such authority: Announcement Made in House, London, is Received Wilh Checrg .luue In the house of commons Saturday, Col. A. W. Ashley, meraher for FIWc. ask- ed: "Will the air ministry olTer the anil colonies some of itn surplus airplanes for postal and sim- ilar I Major-Gen. SeSley replied that tlie 1 question had been considered and a iclory conclusion reached by the iment Hfi would make an an- nouncement later. Col. Ashley: "Will it. ha by eltl or Major-Gen. Seeley replied: "As a free gift lo tlie Dominions, crown, col- onies anil India." NOT NATIONWIDE YET WASHINGTON. June J. Ko ncnkaruu, president ot the Commercial TolCEraphers' I'nioil 0[ America, stal- ed lierc loday that no dale haO been set for "a nation-wide lelegraphcrE' slrike and Lhal Ihe threatened walkoiil in Allanla purely a local affair. Strike Situationjn Tabloid Everything li qulei in Lelhbrldgc. No move haj lo call mittlns cl the Tradti and Labor Council to consider whelhsr a sympa- thetic strike should be called liter all. Thli li In, 19th day of Winnipeg rtrlke. are that ilrlkirs are gettinn uneasy and been formed lo tpeid up action. Meintlmo the railway brotherhoods .cling ai mediators are meellng both sldn In an effort lo reach a bails for The bone ol conlenlion naturally L.lhe question ol colleolive bargaining, and the mediation board sat Saturday afternoon to hear view, oni llill Thli I. con.ldered lo b. the critical week In Winnipeg. Either a settle. menl will be reached or U will a.sumc a much more serious phaie. H.t union men ore ill Eel to walk out today at noon word cornea from Winnipeg that a ha. been reached or I. close. In Crn'oiry and Edrnonlon the alluatlon h aboul the tame a. on Sal- UnJ.y unlcn men are Mtl.lled that Ihe object ol a Strike K far a. Winnipeg Is concerned hi. been .then rr'ned thai all, union, mu.l come out in order lo force quick general .Irlke ol commercial Iclegrapher. [n Ihe United States demand, are granted In tho meantime. Strikers Returned Men Parade lit Teg Vnion men in Irflhirldge are 1 -ployed. Msly Tfaldng to hear from Winnipeg the resull ot tie roedl.llon proceed- inga which are now In jiroarc.B there, anil In tho mcaullms tiey are en- deRTorlns lo kecu Ihennelvos (ullj Informed on the situation to (bat Iney may be nblc '.c iike irbElever lictlon may ue cnnsWered neceiiarr lo rid ihe Winnipeg Mrikars.. CToryllilni Is quiet hero 'and- oil In- duslries are running alone amoolhly, ___ It aiso rtcoonliei fully the principles embodied In peace treaty, and so far as, they come within Ihe Jurisdiction of the Dominion parliament it Is pre- to cubmlt measure! for the t purpa.e of carrying (Signed) BORDEN. No' Ectton been taken on this wire, "but II would, not be surprising" If. an effort were to be made lo; jet; aQing ;oldlers and union men, espousing the labor side of ihe general strike in Winnipeg, today swnil through the provincial house of parliament and then marched lo Ihe city hall where llicy broke up a council meeting. In both buildings bpeakers, using violent language, cliargcil that Pre- T i- N'orris anil Mayor Charles "were not dealing properly Kilh Ih'c slrike siltiitlon anil shouted that "something nail teller bo done soon." Second Parade in Two Days This waa the second parade lo par- liament in two days. Tho marchers notifieil Premier Xorris that they would pay him a Iliird call on Mon- day Tonight cily ami federal offi- cia'ls were considering Ihe advisability of asking for military forces lo guard public properly, in tho face of a silua- lion more serious than H lias heun pincc (he general slrike began on May 16. lall. Derarimeut stores anil newspa- per offices were 'booed. Many re-1 luined soldiers were among the crowds on the sidewalks, but the uni- formed soldiers declined invitations lo join Ihe march on tbe city Council- In Session The city council was in session con- sidering the street car situation, anil hail.decided 10 the street railway company to resume ila serv- ice The Irend of Ibo council discus- sion, however, WRS lo Ihe cKcct thai service would not be urged unlil the police problem wos disposed of. Two ilay.i ago Ihe cily notified Ibe police officers lhat Ihey must ilg_n nn agreemenl not to participate n: General slrikca.' Jtost of tho patrol men refused to sign and remained on duly. The council, today asrCEd lo "modify" Ihe pledge. 'Thia Issue was under discussion when tumuli WBS heard oulslde the us wilh Ihe exceplion otthe mines, which are more or completely lied up. The local Tradcj and Labor Council has receired from Premier Borden an answer to their wire o( -Friday lilght when they asked why. in face of the labor of Ihe neaco Irealy, Ihe EOTernment was nol upholding Ihe question of collective barsilnlus. In Ilia iviro Iho premier says: Ottawa, May 31. H. Kawklni. Trades and Council, Lelhbrldgfl. "Your.iel.oram recelveJ. Tho hour, of employment and con- dition. ol labor have been iub- Jtcl ol provincial kglilatlon in every province in Canada, except Prince Edward lil.nd, and H tetmi Imponlbli fof the federal parliament to undertake leaisll- tlon which I. entirely wllhln pro- vincial Jurl.dicllon. Domin- ion aovernmenl a full re- cognition of labor ai well a. ths fulleit diacus.lon of differ- ence! between employer, and em- a pronouncement fronlj'remlcr 'S art of UIQ province'of Alberln ES lo s stond on Lhe mailer of recognition ofJ labor and collective bargaining. Kverrlhing Is still quiet aroupi llie mines here; and no more workers' Iralns bnve been molested.. Fear that liquor might be Imported into the ing colony nnd cauae trouble In three raldt last night in wnlch sorao wai located. The vorldus police forces, are now prepared lo do whal may be1 necessary for Ihe prolecliou o[ life and properly. Word Irom other towns in Ihe slr'ke trea ll very fragmentary, but lucre: is nothing to Indicate very much clmnsa In Ihe illualloa In weslern Canada. Becomes ExpcrimenlHl a Promotion Only a few of Ihe marchers wore military uniforms. Many of Ihe remarks fropi Ini crowil ol parliament and Inc. city hall niHcalci that their leading g'rlev- inces were the determination of Pre- mier Norris not lo take an active part n selllement of the strike unlil Ihe iilhellc. walkout is called off. ind'lhc adion of the cily ill demand- ing thill its union ]ioliccmon-slgn new pledges in whicli they tigree not It liarllrlpmo in general strikes The crowd wlilch inarched lo parlia liiciit was larger than that which woiil III.liar.I McDonald, secretary about t was one ot the flrsl cries. Mayor Gray finally was in urging Ihe visitors to listen to him ou'.iMe and faced n galhtrlng packert in a small square In front of Ihe cily hall. Mayer Friend of Labor The nia3'or spoke briefly. Ho dc chrcrt that he was a friend of honest labor lliat every Poilmasfer -Jjentra! Ilurleson Takts of Strike in Doubt WASllI-NQTOX, June lion of dlfflciilties between the South- ern Bell Telephone company ana Its employees Jl which has led lo a threat of a nation-wide alrike of lelcjraph nnJ telephone has been ordered hy Post- master-General llurlesnn, who said that Information reaching him on lue subject wns conflicting. OTTAWA. June vacancy caused by the promollon ot Dr. J. I'. Qrlsdale. director-general ot experi- mental farms, lo be depulr minister o: agriculture, has been tilled by ajipolnting of B. 3. Archibald. D.A Dominion animal liusbamlnian, lo the position formerly occupied Mr. QrlBdale. Mr. Archibald was appointed Domln- Ion animRl liusbandnian in 1512 hfj lllloil the position wllh d ureat deal of success. Ko rUie year tie has been acting director of elperl- mental' farms. iBULLETINS j .IU.NE 25 FATAL DAY I PAIUS, June Gcr-.j L small Kcvpral men rushed toward him. I" a twinkling the flat; wai removed anil an army officer who nltcmplcil lo Interfere wns swept asltlc. flag. ymnallieMu >lrlke which, on May lo, e strike of the work- Ilurleson ers' council for higher wages anil a lollecliycibarg'aliiinE agreement. Tho mayor1 was hissed and Jeered nnd cheered. His declaration that the r.lty officials would retain law and order and must, ment Ibe issues de- I vcloned-by Ihs walkout ol municipal was followed by verlous comments. 'Then the massmeellng broke up. MedlMiort Board Sill While Premier XprriJ also wore Refusei to Remove Flag 'Take 11 streamed men jn crowd; llic iircmlcr refused, lie tulil the men it was Ihe first tlmo he had fvnr heanl sucli references lo Ills roSntn" emhlem While all this turmoil was taking partial miict wm rcslircd the place, Ihe railway brollierhoods eiecn- nremler wfi3 naked by a hniKjlozen live cbnlmlliee-' was 'In session it- premier- wn.a f ihA ,1 nrcniier- wn.a uj i----- _ men whether "Ihla (meaning lernpllng lo mcdiale the the strlkcl WBS going to bo settled." between workers council thaf'thc sympalliotlc. land Ihe Industrial employers. A slrlko must bs called off before..he would ncl. lllascs, catcalls nnil pro- fane comments resulted. Tlit. m.'irchcrs declared they "wcr.c not thai Ilicy wnnlil rctiirrl to parliament on general dlsciisalon of the bargaining marked the sessloii, it Is umlor.ilood. Winnipeg wns' outwardly 'quiet to- nlglil, bill Ihe downtown dlnlrlct were -small, groups ol mep, govcrn- been dismissed because of union affilia- tions they would be reinstated at once and lhat slept would be taken 10 dis- cipline Ihe responsible officers of Ihe Hell Telephone" compans'. Wat Ciutt? ATLANTA, Oa.. June What, un- ion leaders assorted would prove to be a nationwide slrike of telephone nnd telegrapli employees, appeared early today to hinge on the question of relnilatehient of less than a doicn telephone girls here. Tlie strike would go Into effect at 3 o'clock tnta'atter. noon, Tho oneratora were discharged .'for joining the Commercurl. Telegraphers' Union of America, according !0 their lenders, while Iho company, Jusl Ha n I lied itii( iilculs to llic {icriiiaii ii'oposuls, llic Eclio dc I'Et-is de- clares, will be handed (o( Coiinl von Bi-ockdorfi-Hanlzau on Fri- day. 11 will consUltilc a i-cfllsitl of llic German proposals. Tlie Germans, tlie paper ndds, will bo lold llicy nnist cilher accept or refuse, tlie allied condilidns Be- fore June 25. poslllvclr asserted that and union amllalions were .ihe canss of'lhe illsn'.lssal. of Ihe employ- .LADY JETTE DEAD QUBllrXJ, June .lelte. wile of Judge u A. former HeuUnini-. governor of Quobcc, illeil at S o'clock this morning. Biter a (lay'j Illnels. She was btrlcken wllh paralyjll last I Tml'Jjj ;