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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XOIHKll Rninu- WHISKY TURNS WATER, 15ARONS MAN 11 BOOKING OH JOKER. (Special Herald.) IM110NS. May two men jawing ibrougb'lovrn an niitomobjle 10 familiar wttli Iho freemasonry ol the bootlcSKer Inal they aboard. At least local wan luvenwl 1" a CMO. llic lime lie reachwl home, a couiilo 0 a mlnu-le hod t.ta' rihu-e, what "acl .'or w Iskcv lia-l w Slc'anllmo Iho. auto was speeding lorlli. So Declares Col.nl Karol.viAYh Sa.vs Allies Drove Them to Adopt it Mo Yoo OFF 'Yer- IT TOOK, COLD ONE T1MK IS NOW A HEGGAKfl fib's H .FUW it Is (lie only economic gone liolshovikl." 5fi Karolyi, who in tbe only j lionie lefl lo him out of n dozen ivlncu o owned'recently. The manwhoa few months ago was raleil a million with thousands of acres 01 iml.ted thai at present ho was wnl- 5 a 111. English on Hungary a on'niuiiist experiment in toe iionc.of carnng Biimuent moncr lo sme off are pler.lv of Torsos liUj mi Ili'e count continue? who onie Ibo communbi government lie II ciiarailees to keep us from Caning to death whlcJl was not the osc when wo were In go- Int over XIio liodM of a i n'l en I lormo-b owned I it'- liiii m> total ini-omf. Iron, was being eaten up lo im the wage' ot 111.- workmen In Ihis particular lac- i has PAWS, May Halm" (situaliWn look a more ..favorable turn laic lotliiy. Tlie indications 'twere that some arrangement would be made'for. Italy lo'bc represented when llic peace Ircaty is 'presenlcil lo the. Gcv- is next week. 11 LONDON. May English manufacturing company announces hat it is preparins lo put on the market an automobile lna VKIS May meetings wiili German reace delegation under at Versailles, the question ot stViw in regard lo making peace with Austria has been taken up. One de- tail Ihat Has been made kno..-nJs hat the Austrian peace delegation, upon. "'ill be housed at St. slornl lodav storm which slarted on CACning aboul web sUll rising this morning. Hie night more linn a guarlel ofjn incli of moisture in the form of efl How nlucli more tlie keeper of tho meteo ological obsenalon it the inerlmeutal rnrm could not sai g to tlie tact that llie hy a cold trom the freezing up me The freezing up ie anioun'ot moi.tnre will not, be know. unlil lhe guiges ire out, u ie moisture is cotmalcnt lq v rale J rail, o which was am, .allms "this morning tough mim less heavily Wires of the Donnan DIOCK on opposite the Tiro hal. in Ihat part o the building usej b> the1 B C I run emi of the big w.erc nlei W A small was blown tncXs at the and liled up on tho Hlalform Slreel car running this mom ng bul C P K -ervlces were cur lafled Onlj one train .rrived from the west or north last night 1 tracks w.ll be cleared toda> owing to the tact that tho s orm hart been Ihrcalenmg tor a most of the sheepmen had thei Sns close to little uam age to the lamb crou is ejected, Stven Degrees Frost The mercutf dropped to 2, or seve OelWCell U.K slan UolBhovltl, under wMc llolshevik'lrooira are matching "mafchlng on" Hungary In the otovo ilispatch arc somewhat confusing. It would scorn more thai tiie-Kiwslan DolsherlK would "10" Hungary, 'here lo'loml a hand lo the Hniigflrlnnsjln repnlb-itig. Iboi Hummilans, who are invading the country. Ihc-Hilsslan UolshovtK prc Court Martial, of 87 Persons To Make ProlMt MM Klglity r-on. mliittter, have the dcmonst on o oul> ono Aulm le ot Hi" east nalch DEAD IN ft BIG I) M iParkni, a-can, Baled Trades and lalior Coll icUlo Resent Uiclr side of iniu.stn a'pt riirneld ol lhe llucontpnt lo .lhe i commission.- penmental farS fears it w'1 e buds on tne fruit raen stuft w-i rrettv well Pjolectert the snow which covered it before e cold waie irrned Hts.vy Up North Tbe slorm is'general: all over the north and west Hon. Duncan llor- who was ia-the city after visit- ll the new .'demonstration ..farm, at- tbalal OWTthero is inches of snow on the level eari> ,i u .iiireo teet y ,p m.places. DELEGATES The Gennan delegation to .he ogress I. rapidly assoming a jos tho bnnss .he ro ter ot to a total ot 28 tho aalsgaon o still more arrivals are etnecled IS of telegrams in with Berlin a courier also capital todas fre -occupied b> the Germans stant use and card games la are Control of lion is to Remain in Canada making 'TE i Ir lod'J nlfOTftncea ftnH 3 the nowa an ot money, v v j.iuiq, -u.y I'resO -The licl.tHt h.W 1-' iule world wis reaumei. Sent telephone loll lines were In be ICr con.lilion ,ml toniraunlcation witlt leased wire into lhe HeraH office not open hir until 9 "0 when i temporal-} clr cult" alpntUied up rronii sending olflrc. at 1'i'gars oSift. vn rouble on the nmn, lino Cal ar> and Mcilicino Hat This will lain tho cnriailment ot th? regular Hire nomtir. the Herald IwUr The 'was very hesvj northwest AM represent 1 nloyeea on tho hoird of cm.Y..-- Ilio Winnipeg Rlrccl The mlnlsler ot the he eramrtl agains In mln Thown if th When some damage In Hie. ell) One ot Iho big windows In Hill an (o's slorc was b'oiin In a ni: play ot silks rlam'ged Xorth Lelhbrldge from an early In the caustd by ont ot a our the IncUi al 13tli Sti- Clliwn made a mad rush for kerosene l.trtf shil Iho humble candle Th6 Rbold front and ot the rftol I WILKESBARRE, May 3 A terrific explosion of a" today In fhe Nottingham mine of lhe Lehuh and. WHketbarr. Ce.l Company killed a number ot rnin-, Scores of men were eaugh behind the and the fir. that followed IV exploilon Three bodlei hive been" and the "ar la at 60 '.nieii are dead. "H is a fine Uiliig tor the crops, he aid to Hie Herald, fortunate nart Is' that liiosl ot tho wheat is in, Pbo grouml. It. will give the range grass line, start and help out the 'ced situation." .v "Afler Ihls." coiitinsed, "the farmers down this way will aboul He said this with, a smile, bufliou. A. J. McLean who was prcsenlxlcclarad Ihat a sood crop tills ve'ar would Just put tne farmers Uso.ih.ich-better position to ,Eo af- ter Yrrlgalion, as it woill.l them with nioney-for payinj Ibe cost. Presaaes Good Crop Old Timers-'to.'whom the Ilcrali talked 'this .morning 'slated that they t'hereTas .'r.noif etoyn tint it not followed by good It felt that the spell- has been broken, though .no sections of the south .xvere. r.eallj in need of ram for some time.yet.. Tbe'wheat W-S5 per cent, seeded in the and many fields nre showlns luv ___ n. nftnt MO.N 1'' n rial Times says that Slrlnoterinor- dnu. premier of Canada, lias calileil from I'aris notifying Doininioii Sleel Corporation ami Steel and Iron Company 11 not merge Ihelr inlercsls con not merge men jmci'-of ol remains In Canada. The BriiicV. slst thai lhe enonnous ore bodies controlled by the wmtelcy. poralion must remain Hritish, and as lhe Nova Scotia'Sleet and Iron Com- in progress in the nelegatet until next week's sc- iion al. which lhe peace term- will handed over, 13 a tiirtuer meeting ot with lhe credentials com raillee of the peace conference Sun- day morning GERMAN STENOGS WOULD BREAK BOUNDS TU. nirl stenographer" ias led Police Co cs lo lo break of "the Eleel rorporfilitm roerger pcnnilleo. 3ER10USSTUJATION IN MAfjINE TRADES Oil' are aboul per cent _ Omlpg to the extremely Incle nisVt weather, the Sir Ale.an der" Oall Chapter flag raising on the soldiers' viol at tho Public ce netery which v.s to liaVe liken plnla Sunday, has been pislponefl W appear (n (he HeraM j J i toot in nCishlMixs (been feporlcd.- in North CALOAR-i. Mai 3-The snowstorm j raging and Is almost general n Alberta 1 elephono conin-OTicaiion with Edmonton le wt off The tana lian Pacitic telegraph a (etciibw from Olgary via llat This storm, while cellent for, on cattle A ifletco1 notthweH wind is uiowmt drifting the badlv Ponot" reports 16 InclieJ ot snow wry welcome In the soutli reports Incn ol plants from Port Arthur to will meet al lhe. cal of Ihc nt lalior1- A aerlous situation has arisen between employers and em- Ihls year Unloss tne coiilep ence rosnlls hi a ll is 1 likely that Inrtiutrial trouble will occur' in shipyards CS 10 ho three hotels to turn back any leu- Ions found wandering oft the resirva- tloii and to form a flying SQiiad ot de teetlves to round up anv ot them dls covered in unauthorized parts of aalllpc rho has BsuedaUnlnglhatanjat.empton Hieir part lo go to Paris to the "fghH will lead to their Instant bin ishment 10 German) sorao ot Hit Osrman ,acluilly been In Paris, nowever, K H appears to havo orlglnaleil I Fn boasts b) some ol me writers retells the, pres- SI JOHNS StW, JU> 3-- (10 a m ocal condi- tions today ara siiBltar to-tho-4 prevailing tor the ftst two Tho airmen will start if ll Is possible lo ascend this afternoon and inMoceal rL llerr Ilial delejates i who's Who ii.n among these AI-o among j _ ot-tte artnderSecrtUrjr Scroer o- finance minUtry, Herr ton Brawn, 6f hs food MinUtry; Rlcfcart 1' member of the Una xvorWwMe acrrtan representing tho inlalstrr of ecoBoai fcs, and Carl Uglen, h.e44o( Iho f ,1 1 T ;