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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. IC. AliBEHTA, FHIDAV. MAUCI! is, I'.llSl NIMBF.U 111 Soviet Revolution In Hungary is Spreading; Big Strike in Austria Hungarian tim.M-.Mr New it Tfctm AUSTRIA MAY ALSO HAVE SOVIET SYSTEM The HM npMl In the According Vienna print- Mi in Berlin Tha in the fcol- helping thtm. They re pre- of territory in the i rf and south. KAROLYI AT LONDON, Ctunt Karolyi, Hirtifarian [a now lib- arty in BuriapMt, H ef ihv the toaic te- terding ta a wlrcleaa diaeMitch hero. B.G STRIKE IN AUtTRFA VIENNA, March A raM- has Man and to apraaa" la all the raiiroatfa .In country. The was partly for higher and ,puirt1y In with tW Hungarian It to it may load to -the of a In GarmAn-Auctria. The trouble laal night when mm by tHo south- struck. All traffic thlo .road it at a compfete even idled foorf (raini from boirrt At a irttorruptibn of trans- portation cf Vienna with fafnlnt. aKua- extremely NAVIGATION TO OPEN APRIL 1 WASH LVGTON. .March '17, The thai u Grtii utym April 1, u laJ ratetriiy oE the l mil nniies. ALL CLAM AMEHOXGKN, March a led lo a raie utHL "flday far aci irncrvJew, fur- r Kniperor sent ver- bal mesMfic: "I am sorry 1 can not nse my atiitiitlu in wiiitiecitoji kfnir uublfc ilcclannion. Tiiu ti uol nrrived for me to u. s. NAVAL COLLIER DISAPPEARED; HUNS CANNOT EXPLAIN IT UK1U.IX, March ed German admir- alty says it U uiiahlu tn KIVO any of ilie early in .Marfli nf lasi year of V'uiU'il Kiiiiej naval (oilier licing reimncd from for iliu ITnited States. Admiralty oflcihls say reive 1 no-report uf li.e Milking of ilic Cyclop.s. they add ittat nn rjcrufaii v.vro ing ai in We-U liiUius} CONTROL THEPRICE OF WHEAT j Kesolulion introduced in lloust Provisions .Made i For Marketing i IRISH "PRESIDENT" HAS NOTHING YO SAY OWING TO CENSORS! DUBLIN, March Associat- ed Press) d- Vale r a. the Sinn Fein 'president of Ire- vfeited tne Mansion Houat yfstreciay afternoon and was re- the lord mayor and some members of his Prsfessor dr Vaiera, in an inter- view, said thnt owing to the atti- tude of csnsors, rl. would be useless 'to make a statement at present, but that he woutd take the opportunity later to exprets Preliminary Peace ill Not Be Signed efore April 20th OTTAWA, Maivli Ti. DI-. V.. GALT WANTS IT T. KilHllT.slcv. llns Jjiv- (JAI.T. Out., Marcli 2S.-llayijr "Olil'Cof following LTSohl- tier believes llio majoriiy of ciiizeJis j (joti: [n (avol- of Ihe saving 2111! lias callQil a sjicL-iai nuct-i (UK ilif' cily for IMdyy soil night to lakii uctlou on the mutter 11 NO HUN DYES Mari'Ii U. S. SELLS WAR WA.SHIN'CTOX March m'figti s :iu-nr.s in !i Ottawa vcniue-tfej i the local iijfinbiT io i'. '.vert Jiunlit.J aliwj f RESIGNATION DENIED ;y rusiotli-tn WASlUXCVi'ON', MimOi 1'7. The r-rmany ht-roafu-r be 'z quest or" the EoVernment. I of labor anU'emiiluycrsi. along with [Lie "The Union government niusi givftjespcns. sitcortlinB lo ilio Paris correa- us thing or another, a fixed price i ot News, for wheat or free trade. If they give' George Nit-oil Barnes. the linnsli us free trade ive do not care alHivit ulie of promiii- other, bni'we are not going to stand! leaders, says that the HritHh for ueinff> turned down for hoth nas atrejjteil with inodifl- i requests." The report had hcen up of thfe bni Mr. JJarnes j expressed himseff us sunguitie thai j An .AraerJi-an member uf ilif Ti.kir IcununtSEioti says ihat, ilio commission j I on aiiparaiun j luv tliat legislation .of! future would lie effectively pui in-j to operation. The commission ivas i f.iccd with two difficulties. There, was the question Italian j dillons in lEaJy coitlrt hclirouylit into i line with these in other that of oriental labor.- the entl. the Italian members of 1'AHIS. Man-h Orlando, of Italy; Huron Ma- Mno. of Japan; (Jen. uT Crcar liriiain. ami t'ol. of ihf: T'niieil States, ru] n e a pea t e e t-e commission named today to sider ihe tjuestion of a perjna- 1BIHE ALLIES Going Exlensively Info'the. Oil it men LeSson in War LONDON. March TlrUlsH i -v- IT n entl. the UL me j [Sltlialion in Northern KUSSW ISjcomilllssiQ1I a.u.i.ucd that more conlil gwernmcnt s BOIIIK into o Secure hfl 'lrtllp ltlfl" llopn 'inup umi IleE-- 1 rotitms ti> ti.e cosuj. Every Kie. V mm EARLY PART MAY Now Boys Home June 30 TORONTO, A lo -on to in Tfw ffrvt The HtralcC) KAMONTOX. iMnrch Hon. J, H. BoyU ami Opposition Leitler' Hc-foiry, in making the kiidcct Thurwiay night, engaged rir- in a Joint riehalc over His ai- of the Liquor Art. Mr, Boyle cohlfcncJed ths en- Ponwl and ihAt-uiit3vl. the; ItominiQn voTemnent Itie minutac- and of iiipwr from Canada! Troiild always CMi.niie lo Imported ilticKTr into in when the M.tnh 21, h all tf the THIR7V Raid he had informs Hod that since Mr. to the office oi U goyernmetit vendors bad' he en Mllina; much 'larger quttililies o'f II- qyor. Mr. Boyle dcnlcil that he had given' any instructions ot this "nttnre to'lht verniers. Mr, Ifoarlley the leltor written VreA 0. former chiof li- tciiaft under datf of vsnihcr S list, In Tvtilch Koroler of Mr. BoylVs orders "to give the drug- aisli itil the liquor ther attorney-general al- ly: "BtcRime employee writes IliaL I It nurst.'be to." Hut The oppoiilkm iMjw {He Jfl thf .VL Mfn Ttndorn ID dniBirtt are rot lo 4o v i, to THAWffUL r lEie Fowl (a rc- n received ARCMAXGKN, March sociated Russian staff annoiim'ed today the fulfill- in en t of the oicrution of thfe long awaited junction between the Sib- erian forces and the northern ROV- ernment troops fighting against, Dolsheviki. The junction oc- curred March at Ust Kozva in Ilic J'ecliorn district, Bolsheviki Routed March of- ficial communication issued, by the Letlisn Iiurcati yesterday says: ii "The Holslicvilsi on Saturday Tried to re-oicupy the railroad from Jlitau to TiiVkiiro, hut were put to flight after hours' fight- ing. In of the menace to Higa, tlio HolsOievikl are defeml- iiiE themselves obstinntcly. "Lettish forces hayc the Important point of Kemmcrn. ii'ar Riga. Thr .viv-- Considenng One Along i Cr Aa has hcen forced here." Defeat Bolshsviki is offlctally announced ihat HIR Letttsn rnrcrs have taken the lown of Slilotsk, 30 mltai south- of Rigs, from (he Holsfievlki. Want Recognition PARIS, Jlarch rumor ivas ctfi'ront night ihat flic Un- ited States has received a from Premier Leniiio and be done I ban had been done unj the orientii! rujiresentatives showed a dssire to meet the situation. At first Ihft eastern representatives nesiiaied about biJitliiig themselves to Europenn stamhirds, if penalties were huposerL The Japanese thought themselves hamiiered and raided ttie point, that if ihoy >vere lo .adjust themselves wo rajiiilly to Kuroiic-in tlie dia- lloralion of industry might rear! to the [detriment of tlie workers. Hut all I jjoints were satisfactorily Beared up. 1 Member for Nanton Twits 3lm- j ister of Kducution Over the I School Grants lie ri en en cf the -war. when it compelled to send enormous suitis into other cnnniries 1n 'ppyineut for petro- Ifiiuu awl petroleum products, it has arioultiiE- a clearly defined .oil ijolicy, and is already credited .frith finnncfal- into the most .powerhil nil rtafiniiig ami .transporting- iti the history of the-- in- dustry. Stories coiicpviiiiig tho govonunutit's policy liavc been in circuJatioii-on n TiiiinUer of occasions antl recently revived hy reports that the. ]I oval Dutch Sliell Oil intertBts wcru aliont (o lake control of tho Ky.gk1 Oil Company, an important member of the Lord Covdrny The government's first important move, it was statcil hy authorities here, will he the creation of u nent niinistvy. March Hopes were expressed tonight In the peace- conference circles that the preliminary peace might ha signed by April 20. PLAN REJECTED PARIS, March it report- ed that aimcnrfmtnt to league of nations coverunl-urged by Leon Bourgeois, providing for a permanent military and naval staft for the league, Kai been re- jected by the league af commisiion. PA MS. March of a coin miss ion whit-h vas swnti to tnvcsiiga'te contlillons in of f'mncft ivhich wnrr. h.v.thfii Germanf riurmi: ibe tvar. >L renortinc lor The coiuniiFglon. etUl that, the ilemiftntf nieihodically defarcli firf.dc lo tl.u note 23 and hc-'ng msdiuhiejl In llitOnpnl. Thj; f were uulfarmcd, OTTAWA, Mircti Mtm- Ing casualtleF wore issued loday: Tnfantfy Iilcdr Went. W. A. Ire- iM.t. v 111: A. M. C'altary; I'. Xorlh Vnncuiivc'r PEOTMtYNE WON Marcli (Cina- dian I'eolh- lyne won the' grand nallonal slcciilcc'.msc IMllyliog- RA.I third, 4 >ornnd 1'ollwii PARIS, March Reports tEiat German peace gates wilt reach Versailles Sun- day arc premature, the Petit Jour- nal says. TRAIN WRECK XOHT1! HAY. Out., N'ational Kxprcss, froni Toronto In Winnipeg, rail off tiie track at, MUe- M, on the T. fc. O. HaiUvay this morning. Seven tars iett track, 'InU no one was The roail >vlll he cleared before1 njxhl. TOIIOXTO, March Tele- gram's BrittshjCahle tottay >ays: "Sir Edward Kemp is rfctunriug-tji Canada m about a fortnight. His'vitft is helieveci to be for the purpose ot straightening out matters liotu-t'eu t3ie Ottawa ant. London offices. n. C. 'Wilson.--who is the au- thority for the statement that Francs will donate Vimy Itidge to Canadn, lias sailed for home. Queen oi Ilymania. has ex- hibited exceptional Interest in Cana- dians (hiring 3ier visits to I Condon. On Friday .she will visit, UtTiver'Hut on thf. "f.l'la he.icvcd Col. Gerlle, the Cana- siisn. who has been working EJ hiril___ in Rumania, will return with her When she goes home oti Saturday.'1 SITUATION ENCOURAGING Jfr The 'flujjt on the down grade 't- -and the general situation is considered satisfactory, Xo fresh Tvcrei admitted, v to the hospital ap lo noon to- Four fresh houses' have been quarantined and! two released. Altogether yesterday thero nine.cases, four oi, them "Jroin tsfdo iiointK, adnullcil to the hospital and four dlscllarsetl.. -fr -There were no drtths, Ex-Kaiser Be Tried Emperor Willrarr) former "Cr'own William, will tfia.W who will-be .trfed hy court whfch the German natTonaf aiwrn- bly will create. Parli Former Forelgin' 7JmmSrman also will brought before (he court... 1 -'A' Berlin Oiapatch' Tfiurstlay report- goTernmeol woiil4 creJtto a court for OinriAns, uccused of the war, ivho hail gatlon of their ft was Aftid iJnt the conr( ivoiitd try {vnd Ailminl forrr.pi- n von former I ;