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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald BILL A 21, 11119 NUMBER 85 HUNS TO FORTY BILLIONS "Rhine is> France's Only Good Mcrch The. PthiM n our wily of enae. net kut "Me not eecure thit military flail ler'wi'Xil heye .feuejfct' in vain, if a -statement made by Marshal Feeti, ejueead lii'm 'Interview printed in the today. In dJstuMlnc the lael o ov.eriiowere1! tlie pol- dien'on Elinril and seized SO service rilleX. Tiicre were only pcntries. on duty, and lunrc soldiers were SnS in a guard honre. They ifoniul and gJiggcd antl, were to lienins in the mtirhiry motor cats a! tlic .airdroiile di-ableU to proven! nurctiit, anil the raiders made their escape. i PARIS, March Italian I delegation to the peace conference'has unanimously decided J1 lo withdraw from the conference unless Fiume is assigned tc. -k: Italy contemporaneously with the conclusion of peace I NO FOR FOUR WEEKS YET VANCOUVEFI, March a sirorigiy-wprded resolution which calls upon 'the government to "arreit.and deport the leading of anarchy, sedition and disloyariyiV. the Great War Veter- AwocjaJi in b> propertr is-regard ed MkjMl'to i Ike allied and associat er! iioweriJ Shoiild this view prevail it would'yield, tor-the lossei. -This wouM leave to be [iald.rlt "Slates ertiuate o: tke'foU' is adopted. Trade Future the'A.Tnerl'c'aa .vieV as to the'meaBl i-iiic' Is ation For Farms (StecUl td THej EDMONTON. con- [lce balance o( Irade. ilias SDened, another larrte as fsr lie allow- the rest of X'1.0 world, partic.ulirly "wlin nea'riiy COUB Object 'TbeJrTreneaJttelegate? bold ehal.Ger ni.nMririastry .sh6iilir'he' ciiEbed'.b? rheekinc'rlmipofls. ami llriyarr'and: United'Slales .views tent! toward permitting Oennanyrlo rosirae Industrial order to balance of-ttie sdebt.-to powers.-The "osanlissfon; expefts eslirflftte -the-.Si- ports a ancV of abojit-: annually or apprtilroately een expected. j Prierity ,of ojInlosLel lull ot da. powers.': Frencli the desiraction o recMiM.; while Ihe British in slsCoft iliotment on bulu o It toncedefl that hen snfftrrt tha larjea meter'ieTlbs'Bj' 'white' OreaC nrltein'W Ihe; larsMt tarden of Usatloi cm her peilpkv U. Off. "iilion ugly wirh work o! the agricultural charts ami ileraonttratloR-farais; Inci enlally praisinE'the natural resonrces li-panmtal of tne'tl.P.H. i half-section, of land' or tlie new ItlMfrafioii. farm to be es ablishri The minister lad ccat Ihe ieclwal government'f 100. The arrangement covered'Alber-' and Saskatchewan and -part :br Manitoba. yarihall said t'.iat wll.U ihe new facliillca that would be afforded by Ihe three new agricultural schools and demonstratian tarmi it was anti- agnre v Ale tees Ihe ifHtrtl'lom IKe eline. ef f the tlet frt. 19, prices were mfie than thwe Febrwry, If 11, Mid 71 Mf then IN LONOON, mpv have ekcMef Je meirt'e. effeVi CUM Ihe commleslon, Sender night; enel.te will ke cipaled thai from TOfi to young men and women ot Albcrln would re- 1 ccive Instruction hi them this" ySar..j lry> next year it was eslimnted that from J 000 to 1100 would modafcil, wiiicli youW put Albert a In Ike lead of every oilier province .'in" Ihe Dominion hi this Xind of instruc- tion. llr. Marshall. said (hat', i the esiimaleil wurk 111 is csiwn.ileil there would be invited: in plant: fof.lhii work wiili'SlW Hand imd ihe school of nine '.Will Evidence Early Next Week in Charges Against Lut'ien lioudreau EDMONTON. March Forater, forrrier provincial license 'inspector, whose letter to Attor- ney-General Boyle accusing Lucien Eoiidreau, member from St. Al- bert, with having taken 400 worth cf !r--r: ven- dor in Edmonton without having paid for it at the time, is hasten- ing back to Edmonfen before the public accounts com- rillttee. Premier Claries Stewart received a Itlearam this aflirr- noon stating lhat he .had staited the'previous night from Los An- geles immediately aner receiving Mr.: Stewart's message to come. mesiage was dated, thij 'morning from San Francisco ar.d itated he expected to arrive in Edmonton next Monday. the rece'nt to thejSjarUc-ns and Bohuieviits by the-inter-provincral gress.-'.wh'ich convened at Calgary Isst MO FOR FOUR WEEKS YET PARIS, March (Associated informed of the state, ment by Col. House to British newspapermen lait night that the Germane were expected at Versailles in three weeks. Premier Lloyd George another week and It will b! about right." i GERMAN WANT TO KNOW I BASEL, March The president of the German armistice commii- sion at Soa has presented a note to the interallied delegate, asking if Germany should consider as true statements in the French and papers that the peace treaty would be ready for the German! as "on a. President Wiljon KJrT'ved'. buTtrat the Germans would be allowed Vith- er to discuw nor modify the document, according advices. NATIONS LEAGUE TO REDUCE ARMAMENTS PARIS. March the amenftnenla t. th. covenant of the league of nations suggested at the meeting of neutral! yeeterday were several which urged an increa.ft in the number ol wcontlary countries adm'ttsd to the executive control of the league; the reduction of armaments and the control of munition manufactures. TEN HOSE HUN SUBS SAIL BASEL March German submarines, whish are to be delivered to the entente powers, have left Hamburg, according to a di.p. eh received here: Wants .Sep.rwte RepreeerrUt.en K -i LONDON, .March tria, according lo advices receireit. here rjuotins Berlm .newspapers, has expressed desire for independent representation at the peace conference. U also desires. Ihe reports from na add, that its unjon .with Germany; be postponed until 'tile conclnsion the conference. Bitter Controverey PARIS, Mircli-21.-TThe decision ol the Italian delecalion ajnarenlly; hriui! to i bead the bitter controveJST between Italy and the! new JoajO-SjaV slate over the diaposition oj toe Adriatie tortlje wnlch bofh Say foot Has NotBetii v.y. ijthK REFUSE 10 SAIL Jlai-cli .2 German --steeaieMj-flqr- d'elster.jon -Jleile and Pjsruelster.on -ee iter ScliroedeV, wiiicli (q sail on -March IS. In accorfance_with i Ifctigreemcnt reached it Brussels be- Iwcitn and inter-sllied 1 r'eeiited iaa' rtpreeentatiTee a disposlikm to riseUms ruariini; lif j Sai led :F ro'lii. LiVerpooi Wen rits- j Gries- :Tiach Sails Today .As- cVimmlssione. ii'ave '-b'een pr'eTeiit'ed from leaving Ilamhurg owing .to a resolution pcsseil by seanleji.tbere fusing to operate, ships demanded the entente nations. f -Koine newspapers proieal, against ttre resolution and ray .it lepresents the of a "fiinall .coniniunislic lec- tion" and foal it is styongiy by other seamen's associations... The be-cdacatirig from 1000 to llCfo stu dtnta of agricnilurc, whereas the bigi central Institutions in oilier pWviiices I investments o.' froni 4'" 500.000 to took cafe- of Wtdnistiay for I'lalifax. Tfec .former carried OJ II C5 carteis r.iid -JSSf Kismel Tim Cedrin o.Ticers. four fis- j ters. cSriets and' S39S other Ueinz the biilaiicc "of the .In! Wvi- sional'-Erjsir.cirs, ilie ainlnilaiK-3 col- umn, field artillery and from Kiiimel oaniii: The arc lionnd Caiiaila. Among intending (sailing on .the ..Mellta on Friday, j March 2S. tire- Gen. Gricsbacli, Gen. Kennedy. Col. Burrilt and Majors Hugh Nircn and lieid. I Firsts in England I ..March Associated The tollowinE limits have Kngland: 7th, ISIIC .aijd I5tli Uattalions. Hamburg section of the-, transeprt workers' union has lodged a .prptesL against tlie action of'tbe seamen.. Seamen Give Reason, I.larch mails meclins of seamen held on Tuesday he following resolution .was pas'sed: ".Today's mass meetinu; seamen of all rie.icriplloiis refuse >ale in the cliant sliips demanded irid' declares It' to be.fher diily .6f .all seamen aml'laborers to reluse.lp carry out.Tfork on those The resolution -n-a3 passed on. ,the ftroiind tliat there guarantee that Germany would food except the Initial delivery. ruardjni; tW-kiiJ.i'aaoiii't'rfe Dalniatian the litv and hi Italv. awereier. iaiB; been insistent that tile port allotted to tiiem, clauistng it; to a Croatian On the.oth'er there no dlipwitton un rte.'iwrfof Italy. yield her' pointn'iu concernen. Her 'attitude waa atated by. Premier .tie Ttillan 1. wienie declar- ed t'li at white Ilaly remajined "faithful to Ibe spirit of "bith: in- Hritish ._ much smaller number 71 Mf -The. iho Inc'W't of ZJ 1- j (wweirw, sww i created 41 i j.'' a buelneea-ilke'ifecUMnt aM (he general view le 'three-fold ttrrke-hie eiUKeel. tfana- vk- tuy aiss) it .to" JSfh ;M 'Be Home a Kroiri Tomorrow March- oTficiale advraed that the -White 'liner wttti. turning to- merning. No werd' has been received eencernlnj (he j ixeected en i 'i-rw -'i 2'1__'" iltai] I sdr'laifd Accordlns to the i Daily Express. Sir Ancklanii Gcildes offered anil will accept Ihe urinclnalship or Sir I 'Auckland is at r'fsent minister i reconstruction anil lliO Coalition-! .jt'hion'ht nieiiiber for nasingslokc. He] varied nml illstingnlshed cnreerrHs a solilier and civilian.- ileiii- clnc d-as his original pfdfesslon'. ilc the m A. Si. C. In, the lS6ulb African war'and went iy M'cffill I'niversity as a professor ''.'wir iic joined tlie-army us' a prlvale j lie became a1 i'bH'j'adlergeneral charge 'rccriilllne ntitlie war Mfice. March monton's .ftth 'Battalion from over- seas wlil'Vrrivt'-fere.on Saturday train .will come !ih at .J.OS.'.and the second spirell the treaty upon Hely tered the Iket dia not that the could 'renilti'lnnesilbie to thej reachini her froift-tlie Kalian town on tho Gulf pt Qnarnero which was exposed to-tlie loel of kotli. its cio not the premier, "that this is possible the terr radni- ent when i I if wished the worlrl may lie redeemed, from R memory p.C violence Freedem of. Tranett. ilarch irrelt, rejarcliar, the freWICfii of tran- sit to be inserted in the treertr ot was peace. cotiiMisekisl ttift international reflme w'iler- iad-ntl.waj-9. Tbe .the Britlih tlra.mecttrrit.' Thkri wee-keM in miraletrr.-ot worlti, adjournse! p.a. OTTAWA, March rriltiisifr of militia slaled In an- answer wtstion In the I.OI.M of commons night Iliat hDspilnl f.iiips rarrslng.Cah- lltle .on bceoni- I'nj'inrnislercr.nalioBal service In An- Ilo.ja a brolher.of Sir 'fjcildes, iniiiister nilhoiit' port- in-the Lloyd George The h Uallcry of 'L Olympic. Sir Auclilanil'rGsdiies will (succeed 1 i Sir .William Peterson as principal of ...Slr; William re- .M cfnilV .tnffeifil paralv word1 frirn Winnipeg... proclaimed a civic Saturday 'fHirittt'n.' '.The train! Canadian Pa- cilic toon. a i ftfTMEN 2S--T" A case interest- lo ngt Iia Dspn rr.- farmsrB Is. thll of Warner Lana; ailian wnnndcij dad drjekcil "a'l "Pori- han, liolh ot Retlaw district ii land. Maine. Isst n-.onlii.- They yere 'came up before the sppellate coiirt, at nioslly "cot" cases and the congestion KdmOTton -on .'Moniuy. nnd" Judgment tat and HI. John i their goii-.B to this Aincridn lie (lidnct.liowcTer.-aiilloijrtiK that of 'these at was reserved. The was tried beJore Mr lice In llw stipreBie fall awl fclla. it .Is.yndfrstooi.. action hi JoininR union'after prom- isinB'Hu- not To tin SLI last year In ili'reVrvfolallcm of llieir own 'si err en. mil-ill (lio i'lcw of Hid1 ami pravldinK for Iho IssHiriJ tit.llif ratia- for Americnn rolJI ilian War Service bnltori lii mcmlierj Mtlorj .who Wl.ln Ihe war Is to of the hoyal Air t'orc.. HfId in Abbey on April ;