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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Pichon Head of League Herald's Fourth Weekly Report-Crop Conditions ALUlS WILL ISOLATE GERMANY IN CASE "SHE REFUSES TO SIGN TERMS Elected of oulheni Alterla has always been bat -i. May snowilonii is followed by ;tl Organization Until Fully LaunchtrJ SIR EKIC miUMMONI) ASSUMES HIS DUTIES en laade. f The -jeck.encl suinvilorni has soulhern Albert., with Iliu MMP- [or. cif eastern seclU.nl or the Koremost lines, where only light moisture Tell- These arc. the Bailout lealures ol May Tichou. Ihe minister ot affairs of Vnvct, elected chairman of the provisional organlcatlon. ot Ibe league of unions todiy. according to an' official E'.alemenl Issued affer lho mecilng, .Blr-.Kric Dniniiuond nf Grcll Brltiln, assuint'll his du.ici as iictlns Eecrelary-scneral. an offlcp 10 whlcli he was elected Rl the roee.- ing nf the iieax'e delegates last week. The text o! the statement roads: "The organization committee ol the league of nations, which was ap- iminlcd hy.n, moliillon o: the plenary contercnri OD-April 2S. held ,ia first meeting at the llolol Crillou at J o'clock on 5, and agreed number of.resolutions tor uro- vlslonal oreaufiallon of tlie league. -On motl6n.of.Col. B. M.-Uous., of (he rniied States. M. tor nf foreign was elected Ihalmi-jn and Sir KrlcDrummoiid wis Invited to occupy his seal as acllni seerelary-ecnei-al. "The" following were present. I'kbon, Trance, chairman; Uol. B. M House, United1 Robert CBdl Oreal Drltnlu; -Varqair Imper liiii, Italy; Viscount Chlnda. Japan olos Greece; Senor Gnluos Slialn, 'and intonlo RICH GERMANS ARE EXPORTING WEALTH TO THE SWISS BANKS In growras 111C3C llie Herald's fourth weekly crop re norl gathered from reports of corro 3uou'donts received -Monday and Ihli morning. A distinctly ton'- I1" Ihe n-ports following Ihe 3iiow atom which occurred Intermittently from noon 111! Monday noun and in which lacislure, varj-lng .from dn Inch iu the Vulcan 'txto a small traction milea eatl. ell The bulK of the storm occurred a ihoso districts which had iirevloni- least moisture. be copdlllons may novr onsldered very tooii, but it is o be remembered that Ihere Is no ha great lo date. Hwull The growlh Is very good. The farm-. ers of long starring refc-r to ihe season ot 1905. The outlook lo them is prom-! Isinc a wet season. From present In- dications there Is reason to he hope- __ (Continued oil page lour) Visil. American SAVING DEFEATED o. rs-rn. to is creating greal Interest In Sirinir'ein, circles there indlenatton ill Unloniit qu Death Caused by Trouble in Ear Following Attack of Influenza KUMONTOX. May death tool! place shortly bctore at lho Ilo.vM Aleiandra liospllal of Ihe Ilofn'ciiarlea.'W. Fisher, speaker of Hit Jc'islr.lurB since the formation of the province in 1305. fh- lalo Mr. fisher filled ins (ion ns apeak'cr unlll March during with car trouble beins confina.l lo his aparlmenls InJhri'biillnlnEi for a couple of weeks ho was reraored lo the Hoyal 'Alel- andra hospilal, Hie condition wnB con- sidered al.lh.c tins Jhe losW'- rclllefl loss wlll.be savin, la 'this' _ lor 1 hose who nre absolulely req dopt fast of anco oJ-'une e! 'iDCltB. 1 was decisively Monday when (he vole on the i avins plebUcllr, showed 316 he raeas.uro as. ajiinst 238'" BALTIC DOCKS WEDNESDAY HALIFAX, May f. depol'officluls day tlial the Uiltlc would dock yer'y Strongly IVlaV was univ-iain -j DUKE OF CONNAUGHF 4 ,hat tk of .he peace Ueatv wffl be cated to delegates this afternoon and to the Ger- man deleeales on Wednesday allernoon. ot connautin, This announcement ag'rees with reports of the J inlentions of the peace conference. .If Germany SKonld Refu.e to Sign 'j PARIS, May complete economic isolation ol Germany is being considered by llie council ot foreign mm- islers of ihe peace conference as a measure lo be adoplecl in the event that Germany refuses to sign the peace trealy. The plan for the measure was submilted lo ihe ministers ot j the supreme economic couifcil S APPROVED DIIUBSKLB, -May or-jign relations committee ot the hamber ol deputies todny approved rtcclBlon of tlie crowu council ana the goYtrnratnt lo >ign he treaty. GETTING AUSTRIAN TERMS IN SHAPE I PARIS. May have been Big Celebration Sunday Allei .sued (o specialWs in GnvlrnmVnt Troops Had lin rubjects lo rush tholr reports so mil triiiiicni r .hat tbo treaty with Austria can DP considered duriiiB llie 15 rtiya ibBl! Ihe1 will dlicinEluB the IcrniB lo be lubmilled to' Iheiu on Wedneidiy: I NEW STATES RECOGNIZED PUIIS May facl mat the credentials of-the and Mugo-SlRv delegations were turned over to the Germans aloni TTKB those ol other natlonp Is accepted in con- I .rtrcles-as a recosuilion ot ,1 ho'se new stales, .he incltat, belDE ommenled upon hj- on intercepted erman wireless dispatch. FINLAND MAY 1ET RECOONITION PAH1S. May The coiincll ot for roinleters todav decided that re The visit ol rep of. Stales roineters oav oknltlon would be eiteflded the sov Miimeiit or Finlnnd unoer cerlalii co.i dltloui -ithich have sot been GERMAN CREDENTIAL! SIGNED BY EBERT PARIS May (Krtnch crertEntials of tha German _dde eiu euucouaj At tbe lomorrow ai- terooon Capt- .Xnflre Tardleu, or Fiencli deTegatloul .will reart on ei- tonded digest ol "Hie treaty lor llie InrormatloD or The Taken Conlrol ML'NICJf, May Munich celc- the vie lory ofer (lie soTlct ROT- creneiiuuia mioriDaijua ui LUC rait- lo the ytacc conference' ar documcDt Is so voluminous tbat written on .prcbmcDt and t ftal ,no delegate has ports f mted HI oI-FMM Bberl, president of AJBOIIS thftiha German state, and of Vlilllipp Ku is ojelhJit-ciss- Echiedeniano, tbe chancellor, rSi-.rf: [ho ol the presliienl. says Tenips. in giving detain Eectloni. "liuui. IJ i f Prcs.ldent' reporti-tbiit he retnpa. "i Hn lie :TL orp'.bnund f, pToiniies to rectSflbe tha BWet-JrUu -KwleUeB-and advised them-to ,viill Belfajf. s '-.'Tliere Is considerable myelery ahoat the vnoie' affair BiliT-lfis unknown whelia'r Frcniier George I lias bten coramunlcalinc with Ihe .'visitors all" There is cue report. lo receive Ihem. but cincelled-hls sremenl for the Interview. A a.clear nialonl) ol 18 jeBtnfl. In order to have carried undei Iht ot Ihe city council there woiii 'Have be 31? out.ol the SD4 uira t.... In favor The detailed vote VVBS: >'or- led joi lie ce.runcauon ..ui-.vvw saim, CO den hand. -..-co 1 CHINESE DELEGATES NOT SATISFIED-. PARIS: Beninese Surinc'.'iveal with tlie 0 settlement tne SnantuuE Whilo llie'Chinese prooaolr ien the peace, treaty Sol-lll Lethbridge-. South lictlibrltlge 23S 12-1 1S3 one week ago w.ia regarded as on (imc Two ballots were jpuiled. The jurprlsc ot Ihe thc'bTg votb. iwllcil. 'Sonic nrnia in'tbe dtywlilch liave been working fast lime arc conllnulni; to do so. Others are DrUl.I.N liny Michael .1. ilyan oj rhlladclphla, and former Governor f 1-Mward F. .Dana, s! Illinois, fepre- Moidav with n view lo esUSIisnlni; whether the envoys are accredited uy the Uniled States eovernment and al- io to'eslablieh their eiacl status. It was artcd if the premier had in-, tended' to receive them tion was mel evuBlvtlp by the Lonie sicrelkrr- who promised lo mais-in- Qujries and saiu that ihis would occapy according to some dispatches Ireland, the. Slnii Felijprs are encouraged and hellovo Ihe -Mward F. .Dana, s no, eucourau rtitallves of the Irish societies, i.n Or nil Irish republic 'is with n ht e Is csll- rtitallves o e rs s, Ihe United Stales, arrived here tonight at Ino llie unneu iitm t.....c... signl ice liniuiutn. from They were met at lho f. fo cjpiSnallon from Premier -Pi-aeitlftnl than one wee a the Ay to rapid recovery. His hroltier from Cochranc, who has in (to city several times since the Illness bfr gau, lor home only a dws ago Tvltli the assurance IH.l the .lale speak- ,.r would shortly he able lo return Viornc. The atidrtcn relapse was uruSJ- nectcil aml-wnS A severe shock to Blends, Throughoul Mr K [f her was cheerful and confident m tho ucllcl that lie would recover ai.iil refuel to lei other than ng lio sent lo.hlo firaih. One of Ihn. mo.t'ifopiilar ami Wet ot In Ihe passins C, W. Ushor, Tho latjs Slitakcr, whose full nam. ILOin IJCILitak. station liy enormous crowds wbich formed a procession :ind cacorled lliem o -military .-.de- and processions, ealou O nil ,hl press here Is csll- P. ation rrom Premier Ihrougb Iho._stree1s. oj on oj was Interference with Ilia Upon their arrival .nt i-.-.. infclr liolel Hyan and inn a IHK lor an Lloyd Georga and crlfcl.ta WIlson'3 alleBed liilerlereiiee in Drlt isn domestic aftairs. It Is true thnl Mv. Wilson is be- ninJ this intrigue against ih'6 United Klnsiiom-and twar ,ho son of borr, Aucml 7 Hyde Urlov Hyde orr, u K Cornerr, conn y. On- He' rK an.l inr ioe ya assembly from a window, dwellinlfl on a Reirabllcaii form of government for Ihe Irish. They declared the Irish wero as much entitled to thoao HehlB as the Jugo-Slavs. _ 1 ANOTHER ENTRY LONDON'. JftV 5J-Capt. .f. alcocV oilRV entered his machine with the Hoyal Aero Clnb lor the IransrAllintle .of i wcnl riye'rsena during tho war Canada Six Storey. HOOM floqrfi Fell To Bmsernent Ofijo, May Seven pcrioni are known to have periihed and a doien wire Injured, several probably fitally.'.ln a .lire- which deilroyed a apartment house In the downtown section shortly midnight this morning. Firemen continued i during the day to search the de- bris for other victims wfho he; lloved to have perished when four floon at ti-.e of the bulla- Ing fell lo the CiliE -W'C'Jl-EN'T A iEC TOrrr' REPEAL.PROHIBITION t. u..... cil rit St. IlomuaW, near Quebec City, last night 'refused to re-, prohlblllon and grant lic- enses for the sale of beer ana wine 'Thli.had been asked for by a tielitlon numerously sign; ing icn i" The dead are: Mrs. Carl.Slellswaia, Jlr? 0 Spcalunaii. Mr. and Mrs. Keorge 'Reifsuyder, -Lcole, Jlro. SpcE'Knisn's faiher; Z.i, elevator operator, and an nnidtnlitied WfIiie''flamM, said to have origlniittd fro-ii an open .gas Jei. .quickly en- veloued Ilie.slAgle Blalrway. In Uie cenlrfi ol the building and cut.otf Uic Chll tho DUllamg. dren jumped from windowf, and- sev- ti from uper ernment Sunday- The slreels were. crowded witli peuplo -vho cheered Ilin Iroops or gave them refresh- menti. Captured Spartacanf were hpotctl as they were Escorted'IhrouEh the atreets, while bands played m- tlonul aln outiido tae caplured palaco in'd the crowds sanj nililotlc antheuu. The presence ot armed peasants was holed In Ihe streets, and COD Au'slrians who fougnl with inn mebl liwtn tf rcEaln tko-clly weru Tho Bivvjari wa'r.miniElry. traMlerred -Irom Dajhburg 10 Jlunlcli, v -Virian trray Saoflleil' .hV; tll'e, i rtbiiet because of Ihe poor irr BiTarlar. ttr.oops ,dnrini the ln_tnls city. Murderers' May (French 4nnoiniolDij Uial Ihe irinl ol ailegcd' muidemt of Dr. Karl and Hoia tilltd during lait Spartacan tu BeTilc, on i Mir J In tue'dernian cinilal, show tUt the soldier named Rungc, whoio arrHt ms rpccnl-. Iv itven ottlcers arc nlso .lisloil M- Runge Is accused ot strik- ing bolt Urtknellit anil Rosa I.usem- burg.- Capl. Uriel7. von iung and Lieutenants Sling, Von per Schulli and Uciimnii are accuscil of alrlkins Dr. Lleuknechl. whilo Lieut. Ton Vogel ii chargcil ullll strIK- his ROEU Luremhurg. Capl. In actuseil ol laklng uarl in Ihe iiiur. der ot tbe laller. Geu vqu Iloffniann will prcsldu he-Irlbiinal. before-which 63 wit- IHO uciuj c -Ti.in." nesiei have been called to IcslKy. Clalh In Berlin BBHUX, May olflcerf atid Balesnien Vi'ho wero lit lellint-stoltn Eooils. clasleil today, four nollcemen being ..wqundeS Mid one Chilian killed.' The llKht reanll- ed Irom the raid on the salesmen, anil as-tha policemen advanced a Crqwil ,ed fire on them 60 penohs iJi Soldiers csfi'i'TOi salesmen who Men: wiraito.and.chll- )n ,n-elr possession l.CCIO" p dren umpe ro QOEBEO, coun- were (hrowti from upper ebec 1 if The damage wif Canada to Amdassador ta Dominum Will Appoint Air Board in IllCIl cards, and a large amount ol ilqleii properly. LoiiSs at Munich.. May liundre-d enil fillT persunii were Slllcil or cicculcrt ilurbK the'fiefiilnB'at Munich, accord- lo' an account, ol the