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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Internal Situation in Germaay Cause of Alarm to AlKes Every EHort Being Made to Cope With Appealed to for Order. Fib. the govern- ment otflcUUy announced it ic re 1.worried by the ttrlke atlon at Halls ind Leiptic, ami cKpectt' won to the of the trojfcle, A member of the tiontl utd today that be "Mrr black Starch far March (Associated minister cf ibo Ictertor, it is iu authoritative circles, has urd'Wd ;i .lystefciaUc bouseto- ftouso in Berlin for hidden wea- pons atui -n.unHtbus to betta today. Ooreirmcni. iroops and the police TvJH crxjperale in the search. It IF reported (hat thtf Spertacans iro planmnj; .another outbreak H for March 5, the newly-elected iian diet facets. API :jl to Keep Onier BKHM.V, Keb. unions at ilunich Iw L- placarded :ho cJty.wilh ippeala to rorUmen to umintatu onlor iiid dlsret fi any caH for an (kmonstrat DU, it Iwlng declared that V-irHwrt mo sures .aro being nrsed by Ij- a haodlul of i g to received v here. al; Munich were dosed and t e pupils ;wera sent home tbis tnorn- f becauw disorders we're feared. irdons of troops were stationed tout the 'bonding where 1he eotlel BgTHB anrt streets ire Booevj fey armed forces. Martial Law in Bavaria PAHJf; 3iarch aad at" Munich has declareil mutbUMaw for all ot Ba- raria, accttnHiig to a'Enrich Drtrrt Out SpirUcan> COPENHAGEN March ster gore'hinieiit troops entered Dos- seldorf on Friday and the railway station and ruWte IraiWings. SparUcans escapefl and Ihe town is according to Berlin oSviccs re- ceived today. LITHUANIANS ARE CHASING BOLSHEVIK1 STOCKHOLM, March, Wan troopt cloiely pursuing Sol. aheviki forett have passed the erf Schaulen, Stjedva, Vievts and Varena, which towns art }n LrtMiantln handa, according to ad. received from Kovna. Lithuanian advance forces have rwchtc! ToiMI, about 13 miles of Vllna. Owing lo their it- feat, the Bolahevlki have requtM- ed tutpentlon of hostilities, but hat been refused, it is re- ported. Govt Announces Plan to Deal With Soldiers' Lands Imperial Job For Currie? 'Federal Govt. Will Re-Sunty Land Specially Defined by Pro- i vmciai Governments as Homestead Lands for Return- ed Soldiers. OTTAWA. ul._rno con- assist )u the ,n upon the govern- Does Not Want io Provoke. An Undesirable DebaiD in Legislature (Special lo The HoralU EDMO.VTO.V, March S. Mc- Ca.tflm (Govt) Vcprefilie. today with- drew resolution aslting legis- lature (o psl'tlon' the Dominion jiar- lismeut to passman.-.act- granting a of the Canadian Overseas forces, men or women, who had teen in a. sUtcraent which tio road tn the timtac, decltireil it was not his.Intch'liou nn iblfl debate, tbiit he merely1 wiah- ed to iinggesl a p.Bn wlifch would not la iorc.ns men into occtiiiatiQiis Ihey wero not suiteil. II? said that it appeared that strong oil- position be on'en.'d Uy soice members it he presented the resolution at this time, and, he didn't want lo sec (he house divided until the fullest iwsalble luformatton V.-RS avaUahlc. Tor Ihla reason, saEd Mr, McCalluu, he would withdraw the raotiun while still believing It lo be absolutely sound, "with the distlcct understand- ing that later in the Kession t may nnwe another motion baring the same purfroso m view." LONDON, A. Evening News sug- 'gcsls Ihnt-Ocn. Sir Arllmr Ciir- j ric receive govornoi- ship of MtiKn, slforlly (o lie niatlc vacant Dirongli Hie rclimDcnl of Lord Mclliuen. "L'p lo the pres- Hie News, "however] great the sen-ices of Uie colomul; jjcncral niay have bt-cn, is! rigidly cxclutlcd from any uiili- inry position pulsidc of his dominion. The. lime hns i fo brcnk lliings." h XHicru u i.rovi.- lisisiaiive iii-.' an .irf.i n!, for noHier lioiui'FiMcl. Hi.; ;ia eiamlcAtion t made as lo climate cost of df.-iniij, am! availaUc is foaiyl ihe v.-ill ucflt-r thy follow; Honieneailo mu-- Umber rouniry M and in other miles o! a stippii. rMUvay or vhich iltf-re is firtrfj lalion joveniulent -.inont define! croivn lands by oC :ij will cause tie lamt to be soil fertility. roiufali supply. It be suiUiila settlement situated in liin 12 milts. ,iry 15 p point on a jl.i btTvaia. ex transjior- The provincial government yliall, V.--.MI drainage, irriga- tion and roadways are needed, carry out siK'l: -vvork as may to ensure the soldier- settler have u i-easonabla chance to succeai. The settlor must he enabled by provincial icgislatiou to euler for a homestead upon such land, sub- ject to settlement conditions simi- to_ those__of tha Dominioil LanSs Act and regulaUous found- ed on it. If, on the soldier settlement board finds Hint The homestead fulfills the conditions as to settlement advan- lases and irroductidty. It -will, upon agreement, pay the provin- cial government the amount chargeable and thereafter admin- ister such entry in Ihe same way as soldier entries :ire adininistc-red on Dominion crowu iaiids. PREVENTED CZECHSFROM VOTING j PRAGUE, March A debate in parliament re- vealed alao wtth the party. A aiMclal orchnin It with the mm- atrels. Them will be musical numbers In tht first act alone of today'a show, Report Thai Gi. Britain Would Trade Gibraltar Also Denied MADRID, March Count Romanones, Spanish premier, denied today that he had said that Spanish Morocco, would be bartered. The premier said he still favored the status quo, but that he desired that it should be definitely determined. Recently there was Fome 'talk ot Great Britain rcltiKjuishtriS Gibraltar to Spain in return tor Spanish.Moroc- co, l-nottlcial denials of the report "vero made. Tho Hungarian cabinet !ias lo for election a new constitution- al asMmWy to lalie ditrlns the llrtt pan of April orcr thn vlioio codrtry irnardless W oocmy occnpa- acoorduif fo n Rentor dlsp.ilcli frOB This I: considered netewwT In view o( the government's polity, it M. HACK AT WORK torch The b'acK voca. BMrtwrtMw Oily it. Orcen, of die i, to ttmff, iras JWrHrjfid tr Mator I tattw's iKrmo, Tho ori- ,1. p. ati'l Jias'Hrt AM ta wknoiim. Itr. Km- Itls hrforo the vdsrans1 4ell .WM Wtwrely binwd In an atfojt 1 mvuiJMtfon ftnrt a 's -IJOIOE retctw Jim, Hie fnallcr. Provision and Botcher Shops Are Attacked Ky Ssttle Social MADRID, Feb. law hai declared In Madrid, anS treopa an patrolling rtrettt. Ordtr been restored, but theatre) have been elMed. This action was the rpanlt of rioting today, provision nnd liutchcr shnps wing attacked, by mobs. The gov- ernment has laVen possession of all baker shops. Premier Rornanones has IfBued a statement saying that pro- (Mis agalnsl provision'dealers had .13. snniefl snch nn aspect that it was necessary to tike serious precautions ami thai martial law-harl been dcr.Iar- so as to snable Ihe government to work bcttcr.tor a scttlcme'nt for pcnit- IHB social (ineations. .LONDON, further move- ment M Germany is irijmment, according to a report reach- ing London- Holland today. It is added that CHari- cellor Schiedemaim has resigned. ZOOflOO IDLE IN BERLIN -b I BERLIN, Feb. hundred thousand persons an? idle in Btrlin because ot the general strike, which is extending'into southern and central Germany. Railway communication'between Berlin south- ern Germany has been cut off'completely. Irish Want Entire Freedom DUBLIN, March Mail and Empire The Irish republicans have decided not to accept proposals for the settlement of Ihe Irish ques- tion, evpn from the peace confer- ence. Should they succeed in getting their claims discussed their de- mands will be for recognition of the established Irish republic, INDEPENDENT LABOR PARTY, NOVA SCOTIA that is of "Da.ll L'irem" tht Irith parliament active govern- ment of Ireland. The IfmH of cpnoeasion to which they are prepared to go, the cor- rfspondtnt states, is to allow that after the principle of independence has bean recognized the Irivh people themselves may tjscide whether they shall place the country under, a monarchy or con- tinue as a- republic. HALIFAX, M.S., March labor convention here de- favor of an independent fabor party for Nova The delegates also pronounced In favor of a labor newspaper, to a weekly at first and ultimately a dally. STOCKHOLM, March eovncjf The eeoh- 'tin m for r d fltf which In condition, -1 PARIS, March commission on recarattort virtually completed its study of the which Germany must pay