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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XU. ALBEIUW. Till USDAY, MAY N, 1919 PEACE TERMS SPEEDING TO BERLIN MEMBERS OF GERMAN DELEGATION TO GO TO BERLIN TO CONSULT GOVERNMENT! UulT, Mtmbtr For Luxem- burg, Save Much Mopey Wasted PRAISES WOltK OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY OTTAWA, Maj In Ilin house of romroooi yetlcKay William Duff. vf Luoeabera1. made a on tfce dopartmenl of nnval ier- Tlce wHi-.Tegard to handling ot naval nlialrs on the NOTB Bcotla coast. TJe tald that tba large eipcndltuia lor iwal at. harbor BbsoJulelj -wasted lad 75' oosU w6re Ue.l up thore when Uia war end- ed. He told the or eevon refusing to" jo to sen In n trawler i Iho' deofca were ciulfctd. and sent to Jill (or 1! moults, ret to prOTe Ltiat the; were rljfht In.iholr the waj laid up for rc-palra a aflarward. One o! ofllcon o( Ihe court-martial who lent Ihem tQ Jatl ivaa the captain 6[ UIB lltfciBlwa; who turned lall lie law a' submarlDe And made for port. .While I United Stales tink- er -wai balnf lunk a aMbraartne, ha Mid, Canadian naTil ofllcera iniTISH TRADE MOVING IN HIOHT.DIRECTION May to the board ol trade Imports In April C7ii.OCO BteHlng. Ki- jiorla Increased tta and hrliie at Halifax, -rnlle l Ure- best .equipped TMK( In the iniy to atagda- liludifWltfa sir pencil's (or the Tireless operator. Vr.olhcr Ohjecliiif Tu. Order No. 124 Which lleducts Wasts in (he B. 0: Minis (Special. I" 'Die Herald) I'ERN.lk, H. re- port reached Feniic lliis'morn- ing trial'lhc policy toiiirniflec of District No. 18, U.V. W.'of A. S _ HOAV in 'seHion.-.al-Clalgary.-Jtftj ordered a "vote" !6 lie: laken ant; Ills stay, but he was ordered-back lo port lnV.-'tas Inltecntli of ld lit. to 'f of a Rciicral Strike-llinjugh- PARIS, May reaching the. peace conference from' Versailles lead toj (he belief that I wo or three members of the German peace delegation probably will return lo Germany lo consult tlieir government, the others remaining at .Versailles. Germany has not yet submitted any communication with regard to the peace Irealy. All the exchanges between the delegation at-Versailles and the home government are being kept secret. A copy of the treaty is well on its way to Berlni. A German courier left at 9 o'clock- last night bearing with it Count von Brockdorff-Ranlzau's first'report on the, negotiations. icouliaued: "I hereby declare the con- [vetJtlQn closed." GERMANS LOOKED LIKE TOURISTS VKHSAILLBS. German 1 DELEGATES FROM deltyalcs were the first lo ll-are Tri-'EVEnY CLIME anou Palace alter liic, meeting today. .MENTIONED KOR ivas ftno'.her conspicuous figure. Tbs horded (aces ot Ihe Serbian states- man, M. Pachltch, and the Greek pre- mier. 51. Veiilzeltn' as n-ell as the iar li.ead of. Igtiace Jau Pcderew- EDMONTON. name if A. M. Clarke. K.C., of Calj.-cy, one of the best known lAwyers in the province, is prominently atso- with the new Alberta judge- chips to be Jnnouneed shortly. It Is believed it be accept he would get such An appoint- ment. the whole party 'v.-as sucedilv sbomi lolo autoK, vhich IcfL der a Urlllsh and French ani] mored througli croKJcd EtreatB.i the absolute sllencu of u-lilcli was oppres- sive. The- GcrroanH undiplomatic in tlieir they suggeslcil, rather, a, lartr ol! travel ilElncU tourists as'they euleteill. thelr motor care. tv. J U. S. AMBASSADOR AT ROME GOES TO PARIS May Am- bassador Page at Home nojlllfid- the', Unllerl SI ales delegation id the peace conference ioday lhat he Peace Conference Now Whip- in. Shape-Will long conference will; Ihe IVenoli ani-J "Ask Indemnity hassndor al Home over Adriatic: Hie .Arabs from Iledjaz, and the e.ace eren of Ihe. two delegates Jrom {Mbcrli and Haiti gave evidence that this was really a ivcrld congress. The Germans, ivlio enlerei the chamber all Ulo confidence- ot victors, bore'tncmsfclven -ivjthout a trace b: and acted as if they were part in the delibera- tions on terms Svith their jaries. 'PARIS, council of lour, with Prciinfer Orlando pres. ent, begin: toOy'.to arrange the program'-, .the the -Austrian lo take of Cojumuhl out (he agalhnt Onler Sh and one Stales Teiscl were sunk and flsninnen had Ig roir HO miles dories to, liarbor. .Mr. null pralaed [lie wort of United Stalii'narr Iu Canadian wat- ers, E ahsme 'Ve alipuM Iu depend American to defend our alljh dtclariid lln't ez- lieijded on tha Halifax ..Varal In 191S-wai prliclpellj- for and Duff alac read a lonr or tliarjej C. O. M. C.'N. H., of. Vanoourer. Canadian idminhtralloii, and ukod for an IrtVMlifatloa by ft-parlianienlary cora- mlllcs Into the irhulp iinllc-r. Mr. Duff concluded lhat ellher Can- shaiiH Mwnd on bullillji; an elflclent tiavy or olse aban- dou irbnle .Idea lor lome years. In o to rau'ita'iorT ol Itlanils Dorth of tne official coaimanlollon on the aayj: "The council of tbree, V. t'leai- >n6MI, WIlKn Mr. Lloyd tieorce, yMte.rtlay decided ai to (nVdlipofltlon of the lorni-- as llquldaietl, Shipping J The Ucrman Kovernrnenl recognizes Ih'c rljhl of Ihe allies to Hie rsplncc- menl, lon-for-lou nnd clasa-for-clasp, o( all merchant mid boats damiigcrl owing to the war and to CcdO 10 InC- Sll aiju inu QKUII ui am- man merchant .ihlfis ol UCOO'lmti gross I tad "ill Okirawaw, formerly in Herman anil one-half of her Africa to Urlllanie II log, coasUng Iradft rind towage, even C: P. K, is riaa-lag S: Alberta To lluild in C. N. U. Territory OTTAWA, Ont., May the railway tPmrnitlee mornlnf. W. A, Buch.ahan, of demanded J ititarniint .C.P.R. at to Its ccnrtructipn.TWllcy.' In aoulhim Alberl'i." coun- try, he daclirtd, was wholly de- ptrirtenl tinan C.P.R., but, the I May lhs confer- j ence at VoraalUes yesttrdar, i M. Uiifchcs, premier ot Au a trail a, sifd. 1 according to a Heviter dispatch: "Tho allltude ol Couat von Brock- dorfl-Hantiau was au intolerable iu- suit lo the conlerence, for while Prem-: ler Clemenceau spoke slaodlnB, Ibe German spokegmaQ did not rise irliiU making l.ls address. In spile of ineir Intolerable arrogance, I Ills has been i day of liumillallon Tor Ihe which could see had entered iulo liieir -souls." William. P. Massey, premier ot Xeiv Zealand, said: Germa.ua more Impudent and asi'retslvc than anything I have over met." After Hie conference, the dispalch stales. Die fact IhuL Ihe memTjera ol J tho council of four did not, appear [tuado Uie crowd anxious, bul II tbcy were holding a meeting anil shortly afier. 4-30 o'clock they denftri- ed. M. Clemenceau's appearince a sJenal for IhD first great wave pi cliBeri'iB ol ihe Premier Orlando EJso rficqJved an ovBlion, buL ,lhb latesC lo was. went no .branch linei aim red, [f C.P.R. wai to he lelt with Hi owVn it ihould.-'supply the ncedi, otherwise the C.N.RJ minrt come in ind itrve the H. M. Shaw, M.P.. 'nd Hoadley urgtdi cornplitian of Lomond line to .MR. COLEMAN'.S REPLY Prmident Coleman ronitruttton of Mmc br'inch In the Mirth btcauM ef crop filluret. yThe convtruction policy would be bill under ccmmittee became (aw. He would not say what would built until then. Owing to the abnormal cost of labor und mateHal, they would only build thii year In trictt where they would enable return for tht-'he'avy i i Mr. Buchanan findi thjt no for J.rsr--; Springs, This line It demanded, and bi obtained, ?nd alio one south of the Lethb'rldje, Weyburn tine off the branch serve the country (n southeaat Mr. Coleman hat- promised to" men out tg In pec t the coun- try. BOY SCOUT HEAD LANDS HALIFAX. Nf. S., .May -Major- Gen, Sir Hoherl Badeu I'owell Rrrivetl on the Baltic yesterday for Ihe pljfr- pose, of visiting various titles in (he vaiers. Ships ot couo- '-nlteil Stales and try having Jio' sea'coast may be reglsy ence ered some r.ne placo Ha ler- rliory. materials required .for1 recnnstrnc- lional purposes; nil due r-onsfder- aiion for Germany's essential domestic -Germany ]s lo rc.storc Fit months tho Koran of the-C-arlps, Otto- man; iormsrly at McdlnaJ !o Hie king bl Ihe Hertjaz and Ilic skull ol Mir. sill- reslonaj abpelUlloh.a of nlrrfs. splrlls. cf O'erm.any. EllairlrnrCiaB no exception twesn and 1.000 tons anil j government. .-'.I'-- jal lanes.or fostclclloru upon Hie one Quarter of her stciim trawlers anrl i Tho German Is also lo illonals of alHrd mill associated slates for n perjoM of fjvc -.vearrf and uiiless Unfair Competition trade of fbe silled and nasoclatctl 'era .iilcqiiate'snrcEu.-irds against niifnlr romiiclillon.iinil In rarllciil.ir lo sup- press lite of, false wrapplnjj a'.nl niarhlnss qH'condilion of reciproc- (o respect Ihc JiMllclal lie-, alons of fttHc'l stoles In respect of I Mar scene' Trianpn Palace n (fie terms of peace were liandcd to the German a Paris dls- pafoh to tho Central Nets saya Dial Premier Clemericeau vhlle'iriak- in? Ills iddreac. but lhat Couiil Brockdqrff-Raalxau, tie fpokesmaii of the Year lag big torn. faclei, remained f'eated vliile lie leaJ vMch was translated scr.- tene'e'by As- the. Gtnnan foreign proceeded with ;Increasing (he that K was Ins to note of tlie as- senibty. The Germans secmdd''.'., lo Bliffeuthe.r bodies and, folded Bit stern and silent lij- Oontit >'on Broclrdgrff-Rautzau's siflp. llif speaker nils admitting.'t.Tw. defeat end (tic oblige- lion of reparation, Ibosc .watching (he, German deleRatw saw tliat tney efl llieir eyes. In ofbftr directions. Nonchalant concluding speech, Count, Urockdorff-Kanliau reptacecl bis spectacles, In their case, spread 'his hands' on Hie lalilr. and. waited. It clear, the dispatch says, that his aLlUuilfc.cTeale.fl a deep Impression up- on the Prtmter'-Cicmeii- ceaii Immediately rose and. iu a couple of sharp sentences, Drought ceedings lo a. close." SubEcquently, Prefhlera Hoyil George, Clemericeau', 'and Orlando end President Wilson mei in an adjoining room, doublless to dls-, cuss the CSerman'reply. purinp Ihe. meeting Mr. Lloyd appar-, ently riot {.earing this proceeding's. Nursing his chin hi b4s hind, he neyer- looked toward the Germans, his Rug gi-cal Tludows lo Ihe beautiful ccun- Iry ucyojiu.'- _ RECOGNIZE FINN GOVERNMENT PARIS. May Siide in a'statement Issiml last United l had recognized the dc factci' of Finlanii. other ilsiilngbonls, Theje ships n'rr IP 'reitqre the Fronfh eomnmenl ccr- be (Isllrerecl within two o) on I h 3, to (he pipcn taken by the .German an- reparrttlnn cornn.ls.iloM Jogellier 1 Ihorlllcs In 1S70, bclonsiiig.thcn lo Mr, document of llllc evidencing' ,'lh6. XI Iq restore. Ihc French transfer of tlio sl.lpa lakcii diirlns'Llie fif 1J70-7I. bra nee. 7 1 ____ As an.arld.Honnl part of Hie CJerrnan povcrnmcnl furlhef ftgfees (o (mild merchant shins .for- the. count of the (o nn .cmount nol Axceeit.ng ZOO.OOd gross dur.uf HVo years.. SECTION EIGHT taken are to bo tho amount of loss not tovcreJ hy finch i to IK) made by Ihq 'cea- German rlt'er up 16 All F.Mnd for inln.ml nf from (he two 20 r cehl. Iu order (o r.ffert p-iymcnlliy ['for H llmlleil'liiiitilier of ycars'varil {irrmany Ecnttmlc period pi sin jhall Impote no UrIK riolles than Iho lowest ellecllre In 1S14. and for- "terlaln and waxhcd.'or Ihls rft- ntrfcllein ob.tftlna for from 'Iwo.aod A (Ire uiltn larttitr n- tondecl 011151 .iio.it! ttroict nallbi) freKmeut (o (he- allied' and avTOCialtil Slie r.iislsms lar- Ihc of nations acla for .111 nddl- llonal ilifnm Gcrmaii sTiaHnpV.cohilnui! (o to a irer- Eon who hij Wonic a lullan.il of an tilljed Multilateral Some 40 ronrcnilons arc renWed befircefi .Gcrmaliy ami the Hilled arid powers, tiul special. conilUlbtii.BK allnchod Ve-adntawiaVlo onycnlkms. Premier IJtewart Solves Branch Line Issue; ion Also mary nut "nil feliwA 'lo jnaie reclpto- the states. Sha.'qiuit respects the radio- lelegraphlc fonytnllbn, lo provisional td toamdnlcatea and In ad- lo comTentton wfien' fornt- llrt'Vdirlh fisheries ami North Sea .HaJov.' irVflln conyenlten, (CohllniiedTon'Page >'our) OTTAWA, Miy t-Prdnfer Stewart Alberta li In Ottawa, With P. aMentty- general. An .been arrived at wfitrtby, eral will Eventually Uit tt.T.r.'irant.i'ii'iwt' In AlbtrU >nd jliumt the Inttr- eat It It PrfmUi; the ar-: rangemcnf The Edmanten, B c. Railway It also uwKr will, Ihe fetferaf vlnMcn.- Whlli Prewltr Mxrart fif Wrtli Hen. ArttW then, mlnltUr of MUrW, re- finding antMte. i mtKern Alktrte, kf4 hf belnf. H ItSnlaimW lively thai vey> will.be fit ;