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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XII. LliTHBUlDCE. ALBERTA. 21, XUMBEK 87; HUNGARY IN REVOLUTION'S GRIP Herald Arranges Local End Coast To Lethbridge Flight Labor Will Enter New Epoch, G.B. Likely Strike in Coal Mines As Result of Adoption of Sankey Report BUILD SOCIAL PEACE OK JUSTICE March (CMadtan Press dispatch Irom Reuter'ff.) In fhelr comments on Ihe labor situation In Clreat -BrUilii, must ot the dwell on the remartal5le sue- csss has 'attended the goveni- inent's ileciaion to make the cotl mission tnqdlry pu'blic and regret tiutl the same policy' has not yet been adopted Ihe 4. regards tbe depute wkh One evening Star, in an article rejoicing at the' of their being no strike, Mys: "The old lanil is toloir to other lands how' ti> bulltl wocial jiiolicc iiivori tlie victory of liberty over aniocracy. H is not Ihe Krrt time that the HrilUh ptople have led .tdivard the It york- ed so well .that we are all kMiron developing it boiiily ud applpw It to intractable preblms of secret of-tts DU publicity inspired by teir play." V Thjl ooal Flu Ban Goes on Again; Schools Closed at Noon It tke i r jVuiilliiiif.ir the' Mil 'conimiMtion loo necentnl to Jbe' us an' iaatnunent fashioned with a special firtnert at mvilfif carrM tM.imtltfri tht talUn thtlr and In llr in. Farmt'ra, Lethbridge will be represented in the aerial flight be- ing promoted by the Vancouver World in which an experi- mental (light will be made from Vancouver over the Rockies by way of the Crow's Nest Pass, thence northerly and back to Prince Rupert via the Yellowstone Pass. The Lethbridge Herald is co-operating with the Van- couver World lo make this first experimental distance flight j in Western Canada a success, W. A. Buchanan, M.P., having j' wired from Ottawa, to the Vancouver World offering the assistance of the Herald and arranging the Lethbridge end of the matter. This will be the first attempt to navigate the Canadian Rockies by air and is considered just as important in the annals of aerial navigation as was the first crossing of the Alps by aeropkne during Ihe war. N'ewspapers in Vancouver, Lethbridge, and probably i Calgary, Edmonton and Prince Rupert are interesting them- selves in the attempt and there is-every reason to believe it will be carried through without a hitch. Katrolyi Government Falls; May Declare War on Entente Acting Health Officer R. clamped on the rflu llrf'In LcthtaHdyi b from noon today, Monday. So informed Herald 10 o'clock morning. "A many CAMS haVe rcporljBd thta morn Ing a net Htvfift B6ar4 met Saturday, l; tha itfviubillty of- a order, fht matter WM left in the of the Act- ing Medrcal Health Officer to take whatever action hs. deemed necev he took actfon under following section of the Orter in-Courtcll V Oct. 17: toon SfMnlch Influenza, or Epidemic, Ihfliwnia a to sprearf in, town or village or municipal dis- trict, every Medical Health Of> fleer Immediately order the closing of all schools, churches, theatres, picture shows, public1 meetings a.nd all other places within Its jurisdiction where the, public gather or congregate and shall prohibit unnecessary gather- of pepole in strscX corners or other public There are now atxiut 100 hbpseV in quarantine in the city. One death has occurred, -i Dr. Thomson said he had no power to cfose the pool or storeji. POOL ROOMS CLOSED On first'hearing report the theatre men of the city were going to fight ether 6irec- tioi.8, .such the ance from the p r settlement board the U. 0. G. Uil. Another point dis- cussed was Die wisdom or folly "of co- operation with the Xon-Farifzan League. Some wanted the U. P. to consent to being Rwallnu-od.uy llife] M.P.. lias received the X. I'. L. ivhile others would not con- to anything more than a "half- way measure of without any unfair compromise. The rtiscnssion indicated that tho convention" vrhich it was later decided to call, will hare-a very interesting time deciding Urn extent of co-opera- tion with the X. P. b; or old line par- tics or the now policy of another new political party. Fear was expressed thai Maclcod might not hD alile lo 'iic< commodalo tlie cfclcsaies and others lhat wit! dcMre lo attend the conven- tion. A hearty vote of lhanfcs was extend- ed io IMslric'l Director Sloauc, who ihc guest of honor at a din- ner parly al Ihc CaUillatvjt'afe. that .as soon as 15 or 20 soUHcrs GT- press 'a desire to take a course of fnalrncUon at lae experimental farm at LetlibridEC, siicli a coMree will le opened. Xliis confirms Herald last a story carrifxl ViCT.OIU-V iMarch Hon. J. A. Caltlci'j miuisUt ot immtgration, following representationfi made to liim by British Columbia minis- ters, decided lo put the fol- lowing regulatwns into eEEect. ac- cording to an Ottawa special to Colonist; Xo effectively enforce the order- In-coiuicil prohi-iiting tlie unlry inio Canada' of- skilled anfl uu- sfcillftil labor. Shipping companies will lifi not to carry new Chi The heatl tax Chinese how in China aTvait- ing to Co- lumiria be returned and (iieir entry rcttised. AH Cfiftisse who were in Canada' montlis before the armis- tice ivas signed autl whu return to China wilt be deportcrt and their hearl fax relumed. All Chinese "now In tlis country who have paid head tax us stu- dents can not show definite- ly that they are bona fide students will be deported, Further admission of Chinese disgufsed as students, mercliants or otherwise will be effectively prohibited by the Alien labor or- derfii'COtmcff. Proleiarial in Control, Seize Banks and Public Allied Troops in Hungary Threaten to Be Overwhelmed Troops Show Signs of May Join Most Critical, _______________ LONDON. March Ircops during the part pied the greatsr part of Hungary, except and vicinity, press plundering by n Vienna ENTENTE TROOPS PROBABLY DISARMED BERLIN', March apeclnl to tfie Freihlet the disarmament of anUnte at !i unconflrrfMdf S however, and appMn MAY DECLARE WAR ON THE ENTENTE BUDAPEST, March Hungarian cabinet hat resigntd the government In the handa of the' probtirlat. Ocuni Karolyi took action tht decivlor. of the entente to occupy Hungary. Alex- ander Gorbaix has assumed the presidency of the revolutionary govern- ment of worken, and councils, and pnw- lamatlon announcing a prokUrfat dictatorship, authorizing the teUure 1 of banks and large and declaring solidarity with this I soviet, who are Invited Ao enter Into an armed alliance. Proclamation 1 expected announcing a state of war with entente. NEW GOVERNMENT WANTS EARLY PEACE -f BASEL, March concluding lie proclamation in announcing Ihe nroletariat dictatorship, the new Hungarian government wld: "The bourseolie, Rurnanlxn and annexationlet cfasscs wish to overthrow the Hungarian workers' revolutionary by force of arms, We are determined, however, defend ourselves to the last drop of blood all attacks. With our1 determination to defend the republic goes the wish to1 conclude ad speedily as possible a peace which will assure means of existence for the Hungarian working clutet and make it pojaibte for them to live at peace with all the of tho world." FRENCH TROOPS NOTIFIED TO MOVE 7 BUDAPEST, March Hungarian cabinet Ceunt Karolyi, has resigned, leaving the government to the'proletariat. Ttile action was taken alter Count Karolyi had communicated to the cabinet the entente nota about-new boundaries "between Hunoary and After advising Col. Klih, commander cf the French of occupation, of the decision of "the cabinet then resigned. Budapest Is Cairn .Jilarch' .was calm on Saturday, according' to ad- vices reaching here from that city." for the most part, pended; IWL the Klreets "wet" anin'at- e'd anil po-ilers Ve'ro every- Vhere appe'oJingr to' the cpn- linue work. The has Isaitetl a "As a result cf the niaiinec.in-'whlcli Ihe entenle acted, we have alljed our- stives with the soviet.'republic, and have jilaced ourselves. iinatr-tbe pro- tection of the soviet'tr-Dfops. We.havej advised them of our decision by air-, The reroIiUEoimry (jovernmeiit has ipolnietl couitniEsiCiiiers for Budapest, it Is said. Officers of the iiiunici-j pality have tcndereil nwtpia- lions, hut been askeil to'TC-tria.n at their posts. Financial Commission- or Vagara has notilitri bank directors tliat reliable bank employees .would lake up tbe direction j Will Defend Bohemia PitAGUB, March Czecho- slovak government is preparing to issue a laohlliaation order wilh a vievii- SJiualion Will Require .Firm Kval Masters of Hungnry, HALF MILUbN DOLLAR FIRE CHICAGO, Marili Etoclrical ap- pllnncefl and supplre5 rained at ODO riestroyeri yesterOtiy wben a week lo Western Electric Comjiany wareliotise P .ftAVARIA WILL NOT FURNISH ANY MORE SOLDIERS FOR GERMANY ZURICH, March Bavnr- Ian foreign affaft-c the German government that Bavaria will disarm told- lei's and henceforth wil! not nikh for the empire. burnfiil. thai tlid (r. V: A. hero were ttent a school couM be secured where inslrncttoii In irrigation (arming might bti, sccurcri. a munitions factory CARDINAL IS DEAD IN ROME 110MK. March Cassetla. bishop of Knwcall ami librarian o( the Holy Homan chiircb, is "MUST GIVE LABOR MEN OPPOTrUNltY TO ENJOY THE GOOD THINGS OF LORD SHAUCHffEASY, AT MONTREAL MONTHKAU March the Pacific Uailway banritict on Sfttarday, Shaugbncssv- refftrred lo'libor condltLons in the Old Connlry, saving lhal unrest of labor there vas a caucrj ot anxiety. 11 was some thine more lhan a 61 hours and pay. of Uic folurft, Ilie worlcingmcn p( today, must prrmillcr] and leail quite a .rtiffprcnt exteteiico from that of HiO harp ilie the good thl ot tbiit In hrfher pMHSoin luve Hit lordfihip coucluflfO with an appeal'for.co-operflflrni. {LONDON, reyc- lution in Hunflary caused great exciientenl, but did not surprise those who were a wart of tha tr JUte of affJfrs, Vienna correspondent of the Telegraph. He wyt the of-Hun- sary hive long been the mat- ters of the country and' rave only awaiting an opportunity lo get rid of Count who it .conticlered to have never' been mon than Tht corrospondflht detiaYei tht re are no elemeriti in Hungary capable of making a stanrf the and that evtn in that experts 'are strong! inflyervcef. .He points cut that WxfSertt agree (here is grave of. Bohemia following tlie Hungjiry. The situation is attributed by the correspondent to failure of peace conference re- cognize the of situation and occupy wrtrt entente Ht ttw only way to. MVC situattffi rt to Brrtlsh or American'ftrcM there, but "Where a battalion would have sufficed formerly, brigade would now nteewary." WANT DAYLIGHT SAVING TORONTO, March tbe lhat Ibo boaril of control will tv.ikie cllr coiixcll ts one that tlio council petition IJic goiernmenl lo the claylight saving bill to detendbiK new rai public affsitMit tHunjarldn oorlet. German-Austrian Bluff VIENNA, Marrh. what effect HuoRarlao -events wpull ou the iiolitical situation, in Austria, Herr Deal ache, 'qwtetftry "If tbe Ehteate treat- ti5 Hungmrr, no one can what will happen. A people to despair loiee Us entente., by tbougntl? might lote a bulwark agmlnst shevism. which German Austria, really constitutes, If no harm is oraicaSly and politically." i Dernonstratlon Against Entente March Tha comradulsts ol Vienna hetil a meeting ol sympathy with the proletariat (lic- tatorsblp In Hungary on Suiulay morn' to a Vienna dispatch today. The demon si rat ion developed into a maalfeetaiiati aga.nst the en- tente. There WM no tllsUirliaore peace, Jiowaver, (he message of Had Solditre on Cretic Also In Port Today _ HALIFAX, NV S-, March Cretic, with men. and Olympic v.-ith S.OOO ret urn ing iau war veterans, entered this morning, the Cretfc proceedlnff immediately to dock u4 the Oly- mpic arc hiring in the stream. Ins depot to clnr, steamers today.' on Crtiie HALIFAX, fonoif. ing are among the officers ittunukl 04 the Cretic today: District Xo. Dispersal Area C. A, Rlbcr. Angeles; Lleul. L. McDon- ald, Vancouver. t Military District No. O, C. MncLaren. Whitliev, Calif.; Sinclair. Los Angeles. Military No. J. P. Bawden, Medicine Hat. 20.QW Sal fed hONOOX, March froopsFifp Rfp'tMt teft Uvftrpoo! on Saturday .for with officers, and IjTOO other mils from Ktunel; tuo and 21 mn.' from Brmmsholt; 34 froa Burton urf 56 air force Tin cAinplDg SM90H in CngUn4 pero.tUBCi on Mfrcb 25, attny Iroops feciaf tatkm from billets and nwier otaris, -The BriUtn left pool on Sunday for Hahfu, i tbe aea and are irmd reel ffttnp. All the fnonjM if ITlMlrf it'the time the A lolJi! of embarked lust ;