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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta CANADIANS IN WALES RIOT VOLUME XH. h.. ALUEIITA. SATI'IUJAV, MAUCH 8, Xl'MBER 74 PEACE TERMS WILL BE HANDED TO GERMANS ABOUT MARCH 20 BERLIN STRIKERS DEFEATED; QUIET NOW PREVAILING BASEL, March government titvt suppressed the urmed revolt it Berlin, according to a from the city, and are- row aiftlgncd to the tatk of protecting workmen who want to return lo work. TROOPS USED GAS ON STRIKERS COPENHAGEN, March troops have captured the police hcatiqufirtera at Berlin and have complet-1y cleared Alexander Platz, of strikers, according to a Berlin dispatch received here. Fighting has ceased in the centra of the city, but continues in tliw Moabit section, Gas effectively In the attack on the according to the German Gozette of Berlin, STRIKERS BACK TODAY BERLIN, March -_ general strike I 81 HHi III II II 8erlin wi" bfl Ill 'The 'afcor ferferation at a meeting III nri l! II I Cirly th's recommended I 111 llttlili the workmen return to work UNLIKELY OTTAWA WILL PASS MEASURE TO SAVE DAYLIGHT THIS YEAR tndicalions at Ollawa Point That Way Government (Spfcial to TJj'J Hi-raM) OTTAWA, March the U. S. congress concluded its labors without repealing the day- light-caving bill, it is hardly like- ly that the Canadian parliament will pass a measure 1o continue the system which advanced the clocks of Dominion an hour fait year. There has been so much opposition Jo the scheme on the part or the organized ers both in the west and Ontario that the government believes its Introduction again this year would be too unpopular. TRAINS HIS BIG GUNS ON OTTAWA WESTERN DEMANDS ARE INSISTENT _ (Spsci.0 to (he Hflrald) OTTAWA. March tariff Is- EUC Ie the-'riueetlpn of the day In Ot- tawa. It is the'main talk In lie but w'th reslrictlon. The' Saturday. COPENHAGEN, March He6 headquarters in Berlin, which hai baen besieged by the Sparta- for two days, was cut oft" from all communication with other government forces In the German capital late Thursday, when tha Spartacans cut ths tele- phone wires, according to a tele- gram from Berlin. persons were killed and a number wound- ed in tha fighting there Thursday. Tha pcllce headquarters build- inu has been damaged severely in the hsavy fighting, the Spartaeani having used machine guns and ar- tillery agalr.Bt It. Military in Control MXS'DON, March to a German wireless dispatch received here, tho telegraph and telephone ey stem s at Berlin are working unin- CULGARS COERCE GREEKS WHO REFUSE TO FEALTY TO CONQUERED SALONIKI, March ians are summoning Greek resi- dents of recovered territory in western Thrace are asking to make written declarations before the mayors of various towns that they are according to Inforrnatior. rsceived from reliable persons. These refuse to renounce their fealty to Greece, it is said, are deprived of food. REVOLUTION IN F1NMARK, IN NORTHERN NORWAY crpressed liopts supply ol Uie city "was Utruatened todny, but eleiMrtc power stations were 1 CHRISTIAN I A, March strong revolutionary agitation is being carried on in Finmsrk (the northernmost pert of Norway) by an organization which is planning a revolution on the Russian pat- tern, accordinn to a Kirkenats to the Aft en Posten. Ths organization plans t3 the revolution into Finland and Scandinavian countries. PRESIDENT WOOD OF THE U. F. A., admits he Is responsible for many telegrams to Ottawa on the tariff question. He is on a speaking tour throuah Southern Alberta explaining the U. F, A. movement In political circles. L PEACE CONFERENCE SPEEDS UP; READY ON WILSON'S RETURN PARTS, WICaen bslflfl advised daily by of tha devilopmont of ttis peate congress so that when he arrives In Psrli he will be about at fully In- formed as these have attended the of the council of tne The week following the president's arrival to be the ctrcnjous period of the conference. AH committees have fcccr; crdered to hove their reports ready, so that, besides military, naval and atrtat anO peace terms now before the council, there will be ready the of Ihe treaty on the responsibility of tha former German emperor and others for the starting of war; reparation far war Germany's western frontier; and all financial and economic Thew win be co-ordinated Into the first draft which wilt be subjected to final revls- ions and decisions on debatable points during the eventful week when President Wilson arrives. In this draft which will be iubjected to final 1 revisions and decisions on debatable points during the eventful week when President Wilson resumes his seat with the general council of the great powers for a conclusion of all the terms, and It is expected that this will be accomplished so as to permit delivering tho terms to tna Germans soon alter March 20, After this, Premier Ltoyd George will leave for England and I dent Wilson for BrusselSj pending a declaration by ths Germ ant of thtlr course of action, Lator Steps (n O- PAUIS. March managing of the generaplabor feder- ation has ailup'etl a resolution which any rectification of frontiers wlikh is inspired by the desire of con- quest anil oniiOEea armed intervention in Responsibility is.disclaim- ed, according 10 the resolution, for "sfjC'i.il events which may occur In rase the French delegates at the peace conference systematically dis- regard popular associations and the desires of ihe labor classes, which are on the- part of the "stond-palters" that t undcr mttKary protection. The ills- ba no tariff controversy patch says that in tlio northern part; of the city the fighting consists main-1 ly ot local engagements. Some Fighting Vtt 'BERLIN', March (Associated headquarters were be- this session, on the ground that re- ef thfl session, arc likely to tos shat- tered: And the reason IB that the people ol v-ostcm Canada JUG so abso-{ llp till 3 o'clock afternoon united In their demand