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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta t. T EFT TODAY M4Y SIGN INDEPENDENT .Jgium is Now Making Trouble Over Indemnity Won't Sinn Trcitly Unless liitnilion in Full I'rovitleil SUM) MiMSTEllS TO M Re- 1 OCA I- MKMHKK SAYS I SHOULD ST01' W1IOU5 SYSTEM 01-TITLES! OTTAWA, lhe sion cl lilies in Ihr session of Ins cial t'tl't eommitue Wtdncs- daj H. F. Green, ol Kootcnay. sa." the King else his prerogative to grant titles to men who hod rendtrtd 5000 str. vice in the war, as Gin. Stew- art While objecting to the man- ner in which titles have been given in iht past, he did not think they should be cut off entirely. William A. Buchanan. Lelhbridgc. d-clared that there was no feeling in" Invar of titles in his district Horn- title, rad been jlven to which he d'id not object, but the whole svilem should be slopped. BRUSSELS, May l.-Extremely measures relative to Bel- gium's at the coherence have been decided by the Belgian oovernmenl. according io the Soir. "Belnium will not accept the terms the council o> three decid. ed to impair on her." the news- piper says. She will .demand a con-.plelr fulfillment of the prom- i.e contained in !Ke decision ad- to ner by France, Great Britain Italy and Japan and thai e.ores-.eti ir. tl-.r :--ve-lh Fret.- dent WHtor.'t fourteen points, she will nlure to sign any peace uealy which doei not restore Bel- ,iun, to political and economic in- dependence and does.not entirely Indemnity (or damage sus- durino the war." THE CAUSE OF THE PROTEST I.OSIKIN. May l.-0no at prm- Ih.- arrmgomem or to asamsl '1 i Practically Evtrything Tied to be csacled he lo.lhe correspoudc-iK of the; Mull The IH-lBlan delegates, it i" ilecliiie acrepv Ihi- ...1 willioiH consnllinp llio.v go. P.-rmilcut it leaves ..mlccldeJ Ihe. iiroporlioh ol the iiltimati. rcpara ,o bi, ailntled to Helslmii. neviler froin that iiwcting lhe ITALY MAY SIGN INDEPENDENT PEACE IF ALLIES WONT YIELD SAME FIRM SHIPS "MOTOR OIL" AND "MAPLE SYRUP" TO CRANBROOK PEOPLE; RESULT: NEARLY 200 GALS. BOOZE TAKEN CRANBHOOK, B.C., May Constable Kerr. of the vinclal police, has seized a large MR. CHARLES MURPHY o! Ibe P. H. V OiirTiil manager o. cm who Is VHIUIIK lhe Ic.ilav This is Mr. Murphy visit'10 llic cliy in his new offical capacity. fn the cily of Ine packitcjes being labeled "Motor O.I and some "Maple Syrup." The C.P.R. rhori.ies became suspicious ov, inn to lhe "Motor Oil" and M.ple Sjruo" being shioped by Ihe sarne Mrm'snd packed in lhe same kind of package. They called in the provincial police 10 inv-jt.gale. Bnd it was discovered that each of tile outer lins, which are the five-gallon kind, contained J smiller tin inside, holding Hire- oallons. thete smaller tins being "filled with alcohol. The shipment was removed to the pro- vincial lock-ua. and lhe police art making further investigations. As the shipment comprised over sixty cases, it looks as .t someone will have quite a thirst tnls seizure. Victor Sausflccl With Course Premier Takcn-CouHlvv Settles Down Following F menl Basis of Chau. Issue. VERSAILLES. Ijlay first official meeting Itween allied representatives and the German peace dele- gates will lake place at 3 o'clock this afternoon. A corn- jraillee from the allies will receive lhe German credentials 'at that lime Is Postponed in Work- ers Take Holiday that Ihe It thai cahincl Vo'TnstniL-t Ihci ers except those in ibe northern parli of" Ihe island liavo entirely ceased worktoilnv. The newspap- 3 taclories. shops and other indus- les -ire closed down in compliance llh llic onler from the Transport "urkers' I'nion.- Although lhe one'da? strite Till no Met observed in ihs north. Ihere Sevan's IB. Dublin have been officially notified ,hat anv abfenlinl; IhcnisulTes from I wovlr ioday will be liable to instant dismissal. j In Berlin Toa I April 2S.- Content mill "just having served three conseci Ine Kasler holidays, wilh three more uoli- rlays lo com- at Ihc end ct Slay, lhe worker's of ncrll.rand Germany geu-: orally will from their excessive-j labor on Mrfy 1. Iciest ami iieno.-i, Hociallal lioliilay, In this conn.ry. Ul IransnorUtlon will be suspend-' on Ihc Berlin slrosl c-ari. Hie imb- urbai, trains, the. subway Iran- Ihc long distant Ira in service Irm- it'vcii'coaT shipments will move The Dclcmlles Hi Vcr- workers on Mny Day will be ...c b I poc'trncn and telephone operators. will tarry on I 'he Sunday schedule. Owing lo the impossibility of securing the necessary cuts and other nialtcr by May 3rd. lhe dale set for the issue of the Hersld Ir- rigation Development Number, and owing also to the greately in- creased demand for advertising ipace in the number, the Herald Has postponed the issue for a few Jays, when il will appeal in a size considerably larger lhan first contemplated. Several spe- till articles by irrigation expert! are being prapared, while a num- ber of excellent maps and engrav- ings are heing secured which will qo to make this issue a complete record of the existing and propos- ed irrigation systems in Southern Alberta as well as giving the ac- tual experiences of farmers who have successfully operaled under irrigation methods for The number is already being sought in large numbers for pub- licity purpose., and in this re.pect it will fill a long-fell waul. Mennonites Are Now Barred From Coming to Canada ITALIAN DELEGATES CONSIDER SITUATION ROME. April The llalian Jelegalion to tht peace conference met late today, under the cnairmanship of Premisr Or- lamfa, to consider the situation. The meeting came after confer- ences lhe premier had with i the Icing and Uniled States Am- i baisador Page. The, Oiorual d'llalia says that in noriical circles the mceiir.g was con- sidered lo be vr-ry important. Although the Kalian delegate? main- lain stri. L reserve il ser-ms probable lihat Italy will not make any further. move unless llic enif me niwcrs firs, agree amiios on n proposal which would likely lie acccr.tablc 10 llighl. IMS country: harmonizing win, me verdict oi ibe Kalian people, mads I through parliament. CHINESE ASK FOR SOLUTION ROME.'. May Klnj Victor Emmjnu'.i received Premier Or- lando today ailn diicuiied !h- all- ualion "ilK him. The King ex- pressed his saliifictlon al the dis- play of unity and loyally given by the Italian country and as evidenced by the vote of con- given the Orlir.dc> try last night. ADRIATIC ISSUE ONLY ONE UNSETTLED i May lesser de- tails of Ihe peace treaty were taken up loflay by Ihc council nf Ihret am- 15 thein Hi" nuestion of Hie caplurcil erraan cablc'S- ,i.e Kiao Ciiau problem di 'he Adrialic question ,s ino important matter remain- MOV M6asnrc Parliament's Sanction Mar it wa slaied that nu onlcr-in-'.oui ration to the peace conference has re- riuested Ihe council of three, to fne it Ml official slaicmcnl on llic Kiao Chau agreement. ITALY MAY ACT INDEPENDENTLY nOMK, April Press! of Mennonites or llullcril ini'iiicilialc aiiplication of [llic dausc in llic new imnnfira-i i lion acl barrintf Uitsc settlers 'iindliis point was c-oiicctleil. The niEtlcr of barriut! 'lllc Mennrinik'S ami llullcrilcs hail, previously been lakc-n up anil ajiparenlly the American nnlliorilics limt no ohjeclioii to such uclion being laktn. ister oi Iramigratioit. in tbo clearly indicated the n tiie bouse not to awaii lion bill III ihovins liint 11 will, the consideraliott CTaus-i IS. 'ie fifliJ: "II aciiou "is to be taken at Canada would liXe lo nave all urcscioi, of opinion from the on This navlicnlar section. I 'be view ulal il will ten" days or two-weeks and more Hie. hill is eve lit' tbat it may be dc lo act at so far as these lar people are concerned. llVJl IJ, "-1 cidiement ihroiiEhoiu lias abated aller the vole in cham- ber oi denuties eipressiuf confincc. o in Vreniier Orlando and ibe jovern- .-____l.njy Cf- have on Iho attitude vol rnpliirrr. vlili-h, RESULI OF LESS FNffllE _ _...... ___ Bishop is Centre of Debate on Immi- gration Bill Bolslreviki Reported Leaving Petrograd saiisfyinE tile llal- voidiriE a completi; runlure, wniru. ,i is out Iu ter-' tain quarters, mlfht lead lo Brave con- sequences. The Popolo Homano sums un ttiis idea savins the vorld is now confront- ed will, the following dilemma: "Either the five great powers must agree on lhe Italian question or Ita y will lie obliged lo ocl imlependenuly of the olhers." lhe sarcas- 'icailv refers to him as "ProlcsEor while the Temiio spealis oi obitinalc savagery. FRENCH FRIENDSHIP FOR fdr' Italy s by Poincavr mesMfe yeslerday lo ihc 1 la iar. Ihrongh the Association e and Italy. The message :f- Failles; and Received In Frsnft; I-alling Off iri Canada's Trade in Last Yenr Amounted lo In hiirt-ly live miniilcs Iliis tbc plcm-. .loli-nliarii's lo llu- II was lite lirsl slcp i" PAlllS May Pnris and a ;i session Brent parl tif Vrance was lied to- Ijv labor's 24-hour general air.KC ricmonslrallon [or boiler novkin; poHcics. na disorders l-i'll l.'etn reported up lo tills ninmoon. In Parlt I'VRIS May wlilc'b crarlualli'bml nsscmbli.iE in the Place JIadalne. broke through Ibe i" I'10 trade (or Ihc fiscal year ended 3lim.ii Bl coraparen with lhe previous year is shown by llic slntenicnt Ihrongll the customs Tnc stalemonl shows Ibal the value- ol trade dtirins lilc in'thc previoiis year il amount' ._. Tllr ilccrtasa niiin croili-nlinlf L I lace MauBint. viumi C.I-1-- lanlry'.ordo.i slrolched Between the .iMadalno and Iho Place do la ton- i down ihc Rm HELSINGFOHS. April Petrosrad ii being evacuated by the Boliheviki, roport. from a rcli.bic .o.rc, say. Many lhe inhjhitar.t: >re lenk -way and lhe Bol.hevlki art rigorou> methods frtvenl lhe news chlhe happtninas reaching the outside world. Ihu- bolshevik troops. ot bank OTTAWA, April 30.-HOB. A. dtr's immlRrallon bill waa '-be one subject of debate in (lie commons lo dav. The most inleresting devoloi; mcnt arose out oi a flalwicnl by R alu, rrance. a s as i, L Ricbarilson. Kpi-Iiigfielo. wjn rernam united in peai was a serious silualion ainone the "u- tnera. A brea. I .......1, Bndka. lion bad been I M.p.r. .lust before lhe house rose II. A. Mackie Kiliiionton Kasl. rose lo rcai a telegran, which he had received lie said Ihc informa- llim llv D- Its sympathies Defeated on North Front LONDON', May l.--Mong the Mtir- TWO-TRAIN SERVICE MACLEOD LINE ORDERED iir-Koyalr- 111 the. lolsl amount of S value. Tho total of ilui> conocwii durluE ll.o last year was 5loS.dll.Isfi. a" agalnsl S1CI.5SS.H5. or a _decrcjsc of The of doracMIc to new positions 30 miles of Lake Onega, ;l telesralll WIIILI. A nusslau wireless message reporl-, jeul K. nefmcr. daled (run ing Ibe withdrawal says that the Hoi-, Tllr ,lop-aif 5pBaker ru led hcviki have, carried onl all advance cmM not read ijv.- _t nnrl n nil' ICT of rTlVl- ElS fl'-i c irr" lhe opposition- that h" Toiild do so by general consent. Mr Mackie was proccedine I" read ion' hut il A. U Davidson. Anna- nolis and Ilierctoro Mr. Alacklo nnalle lo eive (be House Ilio contents of Ihc telegram. r. Mackie stibienucnlly gave Ibe ,s ALBANIANS AnI shcvik, nave, cumm on Ihe. front south ol ArdianBCl that on lhe easlern front the falberi! have been driven back ithc region of Orcnlrarg. FHANCISCO, whereby OM woiin.le.1 i ioldiors will be hrauqiii from npproslnialc.y r, here, in II IrunlH Creslon (Irowers l-oon I'ricc Not Than 1'er C'ntlf to Tilt Hfr.-iUn H-C- MK3- .uc limklng (or lop prices n uu I In Mr.s-.r.s. Vnncin anil N.ili'. iciirnenlii'K the IKillklirtbOf Pm 'n lory in r.rllllaiu were hoinn on Tvek- daj inlcrrlcv.-iiiB ranchers OltorliiB In firmed look "r Ilian IW b> Ita wouW a movement v Inch ,U hrcalcn dlsmeraberraent-or Albania. Premier Venliclos lias bastd ori la possession ol Volpna D Albanian islands Tor Gr.ern and the encouragen by Ihli o" "e inaWriB proposals which are saiil lo Ihrcalenlnt i ISSUE j'kr.ilnians ail over SAME OLBSTORV c m suniiorllng 'nv olh'or prcvariralor can Shake their confluence in Ihc Tell slraisl.1 In dm house ijia lloss is lyinp.' Considoralilc prosrcsi WM mid with the bill in comimllce. riBM in Kio Chat, anrt in S vince aro to ha lranatcrre.1 il of Japai. volnnlaril! en- CSEcs lo hand bach ShonUing IITOVII Hi mil lo China, retaining only Hie cnomlc privileges sranled vlerman> and Ihe rijM lo nslablisli a solllenienl rsing Tuo. south ot Kino tin... onfldcnce is fell that Iho league, of inns, which will Have not j ED hack to (olio KT. JOHNS. Nlld.. Mny 1-- _ wcalbcr condl- llonVliils morninB ai-ounfavor- ?rrlm "o'llhwcn wllh "hick lo seaward anil every prns- ufti-t of rain, f EXCHANGE HOLIDAY Ihe Shan'tting 'pro, j Lloyd George and Wen lenaai. am, President Wilson .1. XKAV YORK. May l.-The board ot governor, ol the Se w, YorX slock bi- ..n of Ihc T7I1, DivlJ.o.1 hcic. cnctai. anil President e "l.lU- for the- withdraw. M em (-lilmitM .1 ied troop--, from all enemy anl are confident Ih.l the league nallona can speedily solve when inililsr? .prMstire ,s elim- inated. ;