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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. iK. ALBERTA. SATl'KLXW, MAHC1I 19I1> NUMUKK 80 ITALY THROWS DOWN GAUNTLET ON FIUME QUESTION I 'Riilwavnw-n in Great Britain Refuse 'Cjmccttions of The (jovernmenl OKFBREp-LVCREASE OK YEARLY Miners'. Unions Also .v Affeded LONDON, Mirch of the miners, railway- men and transport workers con- fefred'wlth government leaders in Downing street for an hour and a half todiy in in effort to end the deadlock between the railwayman nd thtir employars. After the conference the rallwaymen'j lead- ers-went to their con- ferente'dMlarlns the situation AocBfJins report, the rtulwaymen, refused an offer of an which would anr.ually.and in- which woyld test HERO OF THE ALLIES TELLS OF PRINCIPLES WHICH WIN VICTORY PARIS, V'och if his seivnct waft a doctrine that bnrt l.icnt. II.' Kirchner. D.C.H., M.C., secrl- tsrr, ilelegites from llie Enijtrejs of Soldiers' Co-operitive Comraim- Ity. Settlement, >'ho came to Ottawa stTertl dijr'sjago to arrange'for Hie Mttlemeii't qt; their men on land in groups; for the west- (he fra'y slop oil at (Special to Tlie IlerlH) -March' legis- lature nassetl the Act JOT finally, Hhronfh1 commil- tee fit IheWiwle today ail die rii e'ni be'rs, of Ihe ---------clipsenvbr, a I'nilopayersT-An amendment lo Section '7. Itoweyef. prori'des- Unit j tlie election in raim'iclpaliMes shall Korerned by IheJ provieiOTUof tht ap-! liroptlale municipal charter.' This means itlat in wliich goes ittto a mnnleinal lipupKal tlisirirt sclietne the merntwb ot the boarJ can hs elected by machinery as at preseal. '_.' Another clause, however, mafccs it for all peribns uf the board to be resident ratepajere.. In iiie same way the act uroTiclM that where .enpl- PPIM1 II PAnlG, March What anounted to an ultimatum by the entire Italian delegation directed to the peace confer- ence declaring that the Italians would approve of any peace treaty not ir.chiding a settling of the controversy between Italy and Jugo-Slavia over the riflht to Fiume and the Dalmatian coast islands, gave great concern to other delegations yesterday. ihe supreme council was occupied-with a consideration of the western Polish boundary, the premiers themselves were engaged in trying to find some solution to the very difficult problem presented by the action of the Italians. FEAR INTERNAL TROUBLES IN ITALY N The fear has been expressed by some of the Italian delegates trilrt immediately .af'tcr the conclusion of the German treaty Premier Lloyd 'George, Witson and perhaps other leading figures in tHe council would leave Paris -nd the remaining members of the council would not have full powers to deal with Italian demands. The state of mind of tlie Italian public declared to be such that the failure of the Italian delega- tion to return Vrorr. Paris speedily with a title to Fiume and the Dalma- tian coast islands might easily have grave internal results, according to by sorre of the delegation. i WOULD SHUT JUGO-SLAVS OFF FROM SEA "Thus, for'many weeks past, they have been simply flooding ether delegations and the offices of foreign correspondents with literature to support Italian claims. This incited the Serbian delegation in Paris Jo very sharp responses, which were given to the press and which denounced Italian contentions .ip being in absolute violation of President Wilson's 14 points, because they deny access to the sea to the Jugo-Slcv popula- tion in the interior. SECRET TREATIES STAND IN WAY The supreme council is called upon indirectly, in deciding this issue, to pass upon the validity of secret treaties negotiated in London in 1915, some of which at least are held to be at variance with the "fourteen points" The council al.ji is embarrassed by the probabU effect of any decision in regcrd to the Fiume situation upon Greek and French claims to the Smyrna coast, Polish claims to Lembtrg and Polish claims to ?t1I'S' 'PRESIDENT WILSON TO ARBITRATE The whole will 50 before President Wilson for consideration and solution. removal as tht serious danger margin the conference proccedinc, is toped for. It is e.pected he will present some plan by Sunday. One jMiitle solution of the problem now under consideration is that of the supreme war council, who have war should af once consider the Italian claim, to present a solution In time to secure action upon with the disposition of the German peace treaty. doors of your houses, lialy also relics uppn the-justice bt the league of nat- iotit." but first she wafrt3 the aBo'r-of. her home shut: France feels likewise antl asfcs tlie allies to-jive' her a strong- frontier. A choke cphR made Iretween'ltafy ami the JUgo-Slavs. As Italy, has loyal to her allies BRITISH AIRSHIP IN REMARK ABLE 1285 MILES, 40 HOURS LONDON, March (Reu- first li new officially published of a remark- able long-distance flight over the Sea which was performed by a British non-rigid airship, the U. S.-11. during the past few days. .The voyage took form of a circuit, embracing the coast of Denmark, Schtetwig Ko.stein, Heligoland, north Germany and Poland. trip was character- ized by the extremely unfavorable weathsr, and there fort it the mo si notable flight ever taken. The total length the round trip air milei, and the time taken was about hours. B01EJ DEBAIE Over I'roposal for For C. Cry CLAIM ONLY ROA.D NOT HELPED IN WAW IS OFF 1 ME Opposition Refused a I Friday's Session to Agree'to its Be- ing Reinstated HAL! FAX, X. The allies' must choSe bctrtoen'Italy'iM (hi Jiigo-Slavs, contended OuBiielmoltl, of the Italian embassy lit AViisliiiiBlon. in an address deliver- 1 eel before the Cuna'dlaii Club here last Will Allow Redemption: From! .-YOI Tax Sale Purchaser Over .Ten Year Period (Special to The HeraW) 's EDMONTON. Marcli A-! minister oC health dm! lie said: in Canada have Ynii I trust H because you made it- You I have just, wise judges anil policcmcu; ifliiei handsome men; yet you in thn until the last. so. nllies loyal to Italy. We rely upon r'.-a'nce ami the United Stales, Inif especially U'FOII our dear Englanfl." tal eineniiiUir.V'is Ip be veiled for n kastoi anil 'inspect the Or.tarlo sov "Old C6ntemptiWesv In Great Triumphi.11 March H in organized settle- menls Oeall; -wJOi in the fame way as otbfcr .indlvidnnls, Tlie.sclec- 'tton and location of the" man's farm Tv.ll'bft as foniierly in the hands i ji is Yi'resUaiea that blocks (jt land siiiUhie foreclose .settlement can be -by, 'Hie 'soitlemciit bsartl in -Ufitlfih Columbia. In each peVlerntnt1 anm- sufficienl af-rcnge. suitably 'lotnttd. will hn reserved so ilia! if they flcaire it. will havfc ol co-aper- atlvelv-; purchariap. Ihc iarae'.'for the .purpose of. cjlabllslilng chiirclics. storwi, .pTaygroiinds and anv -ftrrlcM that they may require. In' JcvUnff of the followed as' in procedure will be would yUo W3kc the aet apply -to "lamls to a lax sale purchaser other linn thy- jniinicipaHty." i proposed, to be accomplislict! by hay- ing the owner who v.'anta Ills land .back pay to the municipality, in trust for the holder, of. the lax sale 'the amount lie raid salise'iuent to the yjsale, includinK renames, a fee ol Jl.OO for each lofor solil. This rtpaymelll- is lo bu put in Pleasing Presentation lo Head arrears. Jhus beins repayable in -Ar V -ilriFtalmenfs. while ".ho uutmc.rpalilies of U. S. NiyXHlBmiSh ladopliiig the 'plan ara required' to 'forlhwitii'' set aside "funds for the i redemption of tht' said lands on beliaU Pllgritns owner ard [iroceeil in the man- a ner iirovidcil for redemption, of land sonvemr o. ar. Hobb luid annotinc-ed this mornfng Ihat The fc Kventnj News. Company liad received 2 a charier tndj-n'oiilil operale an eve- b n'mf (n Calgary., nHrting 1 111 April. The Moderalisn league Is back of Ihe cftlirprlse. he EBld. The JJobb Sutherland. II. J. Miraiiall and Mr. Siilher- i ihe'organization ln.i nn Calgary Cina- dlin. LOS. ANOCLEt MAYOR CHAHOKO WITH ACCEPtlNO >f 1.0S C.IU., Mir.- Krederjck Twod- Ixh'. Angeles, In- dieted on rfiarsie owninf corptntteni Uie Company, of LH AnftfM, M tin mllitury -LONDON, March first triumphal march on a large scale of the British troops which fought in France and Bilaium occurred in LoncJoV today. Fourteen bat- talions ol tlie Guards, representa- tive of all units of Great Britain's crack corps, accompanied by their bands, proceeded from their_bar- racks to Buckingham Palace, where they were reviewed by King George. The lint of march thence led through the main streets of the city. if BURLESON FIRES POSTAL PRESIDENT Jlarch v Clarence II. MacKny, president of the Postal Telegraph and 'Cable Cotnriany, svas rcmored ff today hy I'osimastcrGsncral DeipHe-tile grey skies c-f the day, Veil crowds assembled to cheer the rneti, many of whom belonged to the "old contempti- ble3T''.and nave foifflht from Au- gust, 1914, signing of the armistice'. The procession led by the Earl Cayan, the first commander of the'Jiuards division, with his staff, which, included the Prince of Wales, .The.'city was gaily be- flagsed and tr.e troops received a tremendously enthusiastic recep- tion. to The EDMONTON, March 21. Be- cause unanimous consent wss re- quired to reintroduce the budget discussion after the adjournment Thursday for. lack of quorum, and the opposition would not efln- sent, the speeches on the mates were not returned The discussion, however, will taken again Monday afternoon. Meanwhile the mid< goad progress this aftrirnoon on vin- ous bills ind held night session tonight on Blltet Against Permission lo C< i I'. R. and C. N. R. to Build Into Their Terntory Off Chebuclo Head Sunday- Three Sleamers Bringing Veterans i -j Aboiil Middle7of May to Consid er peace Espe'cted May 15 I'ARIS. March special (Associated session of lotli PARIS, March to; question regarding the cotreet. ness of the resort published eirly this week th't he had President. Polneare tlon IxcauK of questions to the Rhine and Austria, Premier saM "There is not one word of truth in Iht whole "j Sir Hibberl of Lead- Have Branch in Kach Province CALGARY. March or- ganlie of the Moderation League, 'sergl.-Maior Bateson, of Edmonton, organizer for the league In Alberta, will visit Canary next week. He will also visit other places in the province 'subse- qWirtCy on a slmillr It announced that tht other west ern' provinces will be sfmltarly by the league oyerat- Inf 'from provincial bei4quarters, but with trie central office at Van- couver, Later eMtern prov- inces will be nrtanlnd. The Moderation Ltagw Includes Sir Herbert' other prsml. r.ieo, Is sleifgned io secure leas' stringv'nt dry laws in (he Dominion '_' hoiisus of liie ITtnted Stales will bc'cal'letl to assemble about the iiiid.lle of-May. llic dale when I'rcsl itcjit Wilson hopes lo return to the UnlteiUSiatcs. It Is Vossible thai if ihe treaty o la sufficiently advancer! to war -ant sucll a course, a special scssioi of the r.nM'.i! mar bn i-allcil even car lier to afford it onpottunily to. deal this HALIFAX, N. S-, March A wireless message from the Olym- pic states that she will be'jpff Chebucto Head tomorrow-, after- noon. No word received from the Cretic this'morning.-She is to be off the harbor and has been asked tov ascertajn: and communicate hi'r position. The Royal George, also expect- ed at the week-end, not yet. been sighted. The !hne steamers lng-a total of S.500 war veterans, Cedric's Big L'ist OTTAWA, March 22.--Thc trans- ml' Ccclric. i-arryins S521 "Ctniilian raopj. will probably docket .Halifax Marcli 27. She is bringiiic the'Sth ,nd 91h Bnttalions. .CanacliMi Engi- neers, for Toronto, art! -the ;erv, ;nh Brigade, also for list. city.- The Moalreal draft the 35th Batlerj-, and Ihe Hamilton draft nchides (be mil -ISth Batlery, Sth Urlgade. Included in Ibe iVinnipec drnfl of 513 men ia Ihe 38ln Battery, JOtii Brigade. ,'ortensiv the Balstovikris menacing I'tiros so seriously tfat Uon Trolzky, WHIP and conflral mc witlon of 'all flB to a Xhrlcli (lie Maliu --v- ngainet GNLMGMtHS V JEFFERSON Oemoeratic membtrs of the 'Missouri have of-L. fercd to renign if Senator Jamet A. Reed. Democrat, from Missouri, would resicjn from the United States senate. The leg ill a tors then propoie to run "fbr "re-elec- tion, as they stiggett Reed do, force a popular In Mis- souri on the nationt.-' NO PASSPORTS TO SINN FEINERS DUBLIN, March ed Father of Fvweommon, of the Sinn Fern Society, txrn noti- fied tha.t tht foreign hw declined to VisM for him t6 prdeev) to the States. It WH of Father O'FlanJffan to go to the Uniied dn Sinn Feincr: March As- the ot the Grand Trunk fhrnrehold- era today, AfcTred W. Smitliers, chair- man of the lyitem, gate an revlcv.' ot the ue got tit ions with Hie Canailian noTeramenL tbers cries of "cortfisca- tion, shame, tcandaloua" like, there TVP.S no great difplny ot bitlar- ne'is. The meeting declared ihe coTem- -.vere' inadequate, and also tlte-l the- directors to appoint "a com-. .Ittee of sharehoklen to aasial in u OM ihareholder nent hy adv.sinp his brother ahare- wMere not to part with their stock et. despite the market. Charnaan SmllhtTS. had to olher rallicayE i' C.P.R. and C.N.R. 'The IfflRWiHTr Kin nto new territorv nnich the Grand Tmnk Padfic was designed TheiCaaadian XPrthem iras illowed, "hut actually subsMfzed year after year Hnes compethiB the Orand -TiTjck Pacific, pur is that'rhe Grand Trtinb Pa- cific should at CTents treated the EOTenunent with ihe'same cofr- E I deration, they have shown the dian'Nortl.erti. We lo the Grand Tnink at practically thft earn. v ol the last ten rears, ao that if ttie'gOTemnient took 113 at the price, ask they voald be o'otaiiuTte the way on a nearly them1 what nve aatrt and goreni- ment ia paying to mrthiat for the reversion ot the fotniT, Trtiicfa In a co with the -rrealtlL ot Canada But IH of sBtold value. Not 'The governmect ail to appreciate Graad Trunk iponpibillHes to the Grand Tnink Pa- cific, We think the answer to-t7iat Che government does not appeiir to give any consideration io the ence of events like tboae of live years, "wliich rendered It iffipos- sible for the Grand Trunk (o ca'rry its reaponsibilitiea for the Grmnd Trunk.Pacific. The Grand Truuk is the only railway in Great Britain, United SUtes or Canada Jeft to bear unaided tbe strain canted by the wir condiiiona. It Is oirim: to'thew con- that the.Grand Tnmk is In the position described. Jt is now that' the gore mm en I makes it a condition of relieving; ot the Grand TnJrifc of the Grand Trunk" PacKic liabilities tUat-- we sell Ihe Grant] Tntnk at trous loss to second and third prefer- ences and ordinary. shareholderflV Would not a under these comihionK he cauiae of lastlac gret in, Canaila? Hard and Unmerciful "Why should snch hard and tiDmeT- cjful. terms be dealt to. the (Jrand Tnmk Company in tUe face of the lib- eral assistance given tht Canadian Pacific and the Canadlaft Northern? Must not the- impression be ciraiad In the. Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern, Canadian crciUt ami money were involved, whereas in Iho Grand Tnink il Is otily iiiveators' money lhat is -Jeopardized. I havn the most hcart-rentling from thousands o( InveatorR in Ihe Orand. Trunk. I r surely ought not to be; a, ion of how cheaply; under.Ihe. gtilae of legal Grand Trunk can be Mr. finally, read from 5tf. Hoberl Borden's epeech at Ottawa on Grand. Tnink matters when ha saltt If the gOTernment laid charge of acling imfalrly toward 111030 Investing capital tn Canada'thf counlry-TTOuW! In th6 end ritucn more than It would gain by such in- justice. V Want Friendly "We arcy aa'a-wnys' anxtous frle'ndly concluded '.Mr', Smflhers. "Hut gotemnient is prepared lo fnrroaae Its (r'fer friendly la Impflllblv.'l ;