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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. SA'lTI.IUY, MAHCH 10, IUIU Nl'MBKU SO STAYS BY UNIONISTS Germans Accept Terms Turning Over Mercantile Fleet in Return For Food GOT- I TONS EACH MONTH! BRUSSELS, March The, German de'.sgates to the eonfer- ence regarding the taking over by ths allies of the German mtrcahtile fleet and the provision- ing of Germany definitely accepted today the conditions imposed by the allfet. GET 370.000 TONS MONTHLY BRUSSELS, March 13, A monthly ration for Germany of tons of foodstuffs WPS fixed tod by the allied commis- sion which is in this city con- ferring with a German delegation as to the turning over of Ger- man'merchant shipping 3-icJ Ger- man-cwncd securities in payment for food shipments. The Germans observed Uiat this ration was smaller thrn they hat! required I ,-ind were pessimistic as to ths arrangement of satisfactory finan- cial terms. RETIRES FROM COMMAND j 1'ulleM Enquiry Musi lie Made i Declares I Will Iklp CAUSES OF DEATH j i OF ittoT VICTIMS! HON. W. S. FIELDING announcd. in the House of Commons ysterday [Imt he would not Union governuieul during these unsettled limes. ItllVL. Xrci't (fanLfdi.ni I (juivy inio tlsu ik'itih; 01 t ;t ml I'.vo i-'tiitr I'urk on rioters eoMiCTH nt Major Si. LABOR MEN If SUSPICIOUS, O.B.U. American 0. B. U. Organization with Headquarters in Chi- cago Incorporates I. Knight's Activities also j Makes Statement in House Thai Cause for Suspicion on Move to Break From Inter-1 West is Determined to national. I Gel Relief Siisjiinon is di'vi'lojiini; in Hie minds of ninny of llu- li'.ss md- itiil lonil hilmr'uieii Uxlay ovor Hit1 niuvcinc'iit at Ihc inkT-pro- vinciiii luhor cuuloioiu'e in It) luTitk owjiy from llu1. in- I'm- lln: new union 1'ih' Ihis province, thi'y jirc becoming; iiioiv Mil'.! more suspicious. SHOW SELFISHNESS i OTTAWA. March the courcc 4 !of his speech in tho house last iiiglit, .Vot Unanimous j KieMing made somo reference.-! fAI.UAHY. Jhircli concllld- ri'iirescaliiiB IKe military an- j lias retired trom the con! ih'.Tilies. iKianJ. Tlie in mUl. reusing flic jr.ry. i siiiil It Mas rarely tlm ;i i orrmor'i court itaiJ been railed urwn Jan iixjuirv of fluii-tckr. aiui [tiaras" that some Slates is nlliliiilc'd (lie so much (rouble south of the line during Ihc war. As showing the tmmctciou LOXDOX. March As-1 the 0. 11. U. ol' Ihc U. S. irialul Press.) DisfusMnp FieMt Marshal Haig's rciircnxnt from ihelA- "lul lhe l- W-s- :1 connccl- llhine command, the Ti for Skeena, M-h oretiirned to Canada fojinally taken, Cain. KroiJ tnc a years over- Army Maiiral Corps, who JiBhling nc was aFinramiJie ,TS scas, caused examined ihe body of I'te. Herbert Fil. linglou himself, all eeiluctlons ihc.-OcbBt'e to-Hare m> In Jan. saiil tharc was Uullet wouw'l IiilcI bee" maric a-ccoim( of Ihe house Icilay.' "H.-wns the vhb in liie day of the deliatc. ami rrobably no 'and esit in iHe front of the neck. er-tnoush will rcraaialo him umong tint 'hatf-deien generals this ,country The inistcikes previous day -wercjfiiieechcs listene a ..CALGARY, March Brit- ish Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba committees elected to grrjaniie the respective provinces as follows; W. A. prltchird, Vancouver; R, J. slbhnVr Winnipeg; Joe Knight, Edrppnton; V..R, Mldgley, Vancouver, and J. Naylor, Cumber- land, Mr. rielcilns (o ridicule tiio of the ".vork being datio by Sir IlohcrL Jlardeo nud his col- Mgups at. liie iiencs coiiforencc, and crilicizeil the cojitention of !Mr. JlowcH tliai Canada is a ration, Comiu? lo tariff. Mr, Kleliliiig defended the pafit record ol the Lib-, party. Wliitc exjiressjng the view nL He succumbed to ami nerhaps 3ie cyrried tlistnist'of the ing Sink was disclosed in the pup- LTS of Tom Shannon, former .secrcUjry llic Diamond City M. of A., who was a couple of months sign and hy liic R- X. M. P. as an I. W.AV. agHnlor.S1iiin- lHS-ellVcls a icUcr from Kennedy of -Bulle, one of I ho, iicknuxvlcdgcd.l. i to the tarifC, whicb, as from R of Me niter-provincial con- i0[ finance. responalWc tor fcrtucc thrown Inta srtat t'lrmoil L ,ke pact, art of union" The fat of (he tk'Jc In the stated that ho tiers in tho house favoring when one tariff reduction, the manufacturers of tho 1 bar] jiuj-posely frained from voting and wore going had no doubt cause for alarm. Ho was not iiieElionlng luu iimiuej of the ministers In their attitude. Hut Quesiloncil their wisdom.. "There back to their unions with ihe avcnred he eatd, "an intelligent selfish- iifieiHion of telling their respective anii tiicro waE a clumsy selfish- mc-oibers that the wholg tliins was but a pipe dream. Then matters grow so warm tliat eventually Fcrnie. doniainlcil n roll call. This, however, was not agreed to by the chair, and the conference eventually ncccptuil the resolution 4f the, Brit- ish Columbia men. as a gutde.to the "central committee'1 of new or- ganization. itic camp notpniu. nc bUL-uuinuvu iu; ami nerHtijis ne ryrneu distrust oi me a jagRCd woantl near tbe right eye, j amateur in military to unwboUvEonui V ,nl IIIHI Olty. evidently inflicted by a jlengths. ]le was nltrays the tyincaHncdy was arrcslcd (Hiring UlC JolmEOn, c: the Can -T soldier of llic old regular army, 'but JOJinEOn, aiF3 c: IHC ui uiu u-a resmur uui (ilvii-j'i- nf qndilmti vertical Corps, gave cor-when nvcrytLinp Is said, he'showed on a ScUllion roborJtivc tvitlcnce in regard, to Corp. himseU in this war a great leader of ngailisl the U. S. A. and had ill Young. Cant, KifhwooiJ, recalled, dealt with ie case whose it ImiiosFlblc fdf it to assume power. Is Czar Alivxe in North Russia? that, the government by'party would j was brought into the hospital during shortly be again resorted to, he said the riisturliiinre. There was only one it was his insertion to support the j mark of violence, slid the witnc-53, Union government for tliR present, lie ant] thai was a wound penetrating the j would not cast vote having for-its ahtloininal wall. It was of ;i kind! the defeat of the Union gov-'tiiat sngKestcd inflittkin hy a bayonet, eminent of the C0roner at tills artjonrnejl of unity in Un: Liberal which tnfc until Thnriday noxt anil sijg-gesieil Jtt would postible for thcni to sit oh Ihc two following days. Also two witnesses rcijiiiretl for inir- poies of iOpniififatJon failed, to ai> pear. Wajor St. George, afisisfant vopl-mafshal. that I tlie absent witnesses were formgit- they did not understand whiit is meant by Ijcing bound over to an- near. Tho coroner: "Tbal may be ?o, [but nny rate tliey spoke ably well Avhen I saw from one Hall; u loader of (he "NVIiollicr llic 0. Ii. U. qran- something the saner local labor IIOMK, March 1 to an inlcrriew Stenhantc Tnrr, a ilatighlcr of a-.notcd Hungarian general, printed today in'tho Glornale tlie Mlrf still-exists that Kmporur Nicliolas nnrl Ills ivifc, as iveli as sonic of the Ilussitali grand dukes vrcrc not lo death by Ihe Ilol- shevlkl. The inlervicw riuoles ,l convci-salion Itctween Miss Turr and Prince former captain of the Russian lloyal Imperial Guard, in which the prtaco fsipressed his firm lielicf that'the HH.yian royal family is'sllll alive. He is reported 10 ilavc'refused to give any deloiTs as to the basis for his Ijelief, except lli'at the former emperor nod empress were "perhaps hidden In northern liussia." Contractors Already Found Makes a "Wild In Holshevtem "PARIS, March CoUiu, the anarcbist. who was sentenced lo tlentti by courl-martial, for an aUempt upon the life of Premier Ctemcnccnti. maile a most ntnAzing atntement tiller Capt. tin; prosecutor, had askert for the death, penalty on (lie grountl ihat there bad liedn uremcditatnl action and no miti- gating cirnfmslJUicA. Coltin said lie was a militant anarchist, an anti-mill' an anti-pat riot and against all con'slilutiut authority. lo learn foi themselves, luil Knigfif, ness; and 1 tliJnk our friends indulged in a ?elfisbuess wlicr they arraigned themselves against the reciprocity agreement." (Opposition cheers.) West.Is Determined There evidence o; a detenniiia- tion on the part of the west that it' not longer allow itself to tir: dominated by the east. He was oE of tile opinion thai Liberals in the west do not adequately appreciate the measure of tariff reEorm lo whtth they received from the gov- eniinent. To Henderson, who had expressed hope of'tariff reform government ,he would' Winnipeggers One of thti opposition, Soniervillc, of Winnipeg, who frankly admitted that ne was a representa- tive of the international, slated: that there was nothing to gain-by-going away from that the. delegates know of Jwtiat ihev ivere going to tltf. wing m the labor said. "1 have great faith. that- iras deiei'Drined- to. iio not in'lsrael." I he contended, stated definitely Unpeople of Canada. sarefl of taxation at ere-alone- roiiUTi ati of not far from, f.........' Collection of one dollar at the cus- toms-house cene that that a suggestion that house, much liie craft Armstrong.-Winnipeg, on the'Other hand, stated ttfiit it was u pretty "safe bet" thal.thc majority _of those attending the meetings ot the various "organizations would want to dictate the policy of. the new organi- zation. Ho instanced the fact that accord- ing' to the international It'required-a 55 per cent, majority to call a strike. It was impossible to set such a, ma- jority at their meetings in Winnipeg even when there was'a.'strike iii pros- pent, lie That Showed what they KitltHng expressed meant-that- the. customer _in Canada bad to pa two dollars. As a reduction hi larift infant a similar saving Mr. Fielding estimated that the total saving to the yuople was in all jiroba- biltty _ i The Laurier gOT.ernment gave up ita political life for-the cawso of Ilio anil to give greater" 'measure of inriff reform. Kvidcntl y deeply nlfect ed CREATE MACHINERY TO PUNISH 3IONSTERS RESPONSIBLE FOR WAR .March A sulj- coinnuEsion of 1iic connnlsofon on responsibility for the war reported tortay that strictly and technically a criminal pro- cctilion of those broiiglst about the e was "anamo- v lous.anil accord- ing to an official ,communica- tion issitcd this evening. The _ he felt (tUat "the noble Canadian" ivho was ___x.V! with him was TI not here fn vindication own policy. I What of th head gr.tcs r.1 Pelgau are very iinnll w_i'.1i thx; "i d.im or the Nile barrage. s'null. He was to Ihe hospital. sick in ted in the upper part of the OrJdn nnllding was saved C'jnstaWcs Cnllin nnil lllnslnsatillc, fio v.-crv on Ilie scnno. (irevious to f. nrrivnl of llio firoimn. The dainaifc cOmonl luillol, having n diameter of s-etcn millimetres, is now lodged in M. CIsmcncenH's body. The ccmmission, it nn- TionncoJ, fa. considering the re- ports. menl Issued the Polish general slaff today. The statement I attack- COMMANDANTSi HT KINMEL l.ON'DOX. MisfcJi As- lire on N'otro [sorla'.cil Major f, Stevenson, Daiiio will run up to ill least .Aiherta and Major M. while the at the Cooper. Eastern Ontario, have' ed Slonim, In tlie Grodno district; and succeeded in cnlcrins tho -town, nil were drlrfin onl at the point of tiie. bayonet. Onr troops llayc repulsed all altacks. hy Ukrainians against Lcmljcrg. Oroilek.ar.d Jasiel- nlra, iuflicllns serious losses the entiiny. The fighting oonlinues and our troops have Siedciaka and Dyrjhuw. Oermait al- (arts 1'osc.n front have, been repulsed near MorcMrS- The Ger- mans, fired on peasants, working In. (Iio part or their pw-l Mr. Fieldins Us, general trend' lo'irard.lower lactation; towanl freedom of trado and recipro- everything lliat Lilierallsm. haa .stood (or 1 want to stand 'In' inc.' (ulnrc and to help rnf former friends lo get it.1' OIL MEN PETROLEUM fire, wliicli was still raejns at S.10 nppninled commandnnls. of the eon- eft mu. u appointed in esliniatfU at jceni.raTion McOiesui fell rff a Itidtltirj Major P. V. frnrn the thlvl R'.nrey of the OrUln on Ihn slflff of the buliillns iiiul was badly Injured, I'llirettirrgcncral ot metliciils. diet wilt convene on Monday, March and will lo elect a.new pro- ft micr lo take the place of Kurt I'.isner, ftfls 'i 'f VORK. IIarts; U. oil producers, afslrlibtors 'and other petrDlenin Ihttrfsta WCuri- ada, .Meiico and lira United Stales at ii.mcotlng herd today-- crjanlzcil ,lhn Anicricp.ii Pelroleum IrtJl.tllnlS, design, ed to lit- to lhc> petroleum iisdnitry what (Jie American Iron nhd sieellli- stllute Is so the steel industry. LONDON, (March Nine on are reported drowned In 'of 'ttw Atruriwn iwvtl (thwk 'Irtg, actoftilng to rapiitt' to i-.Uoy'd'ii f Ht tranoiMft. bbundVfrofn 10 hrve tjc4n by steamer, ;