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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HeraW VOLUME XII LETIIUIUUGE, HIIDAY, MAY 9, 1919 NUMBER 120 Austrian Fleet To be Wiped Out By Peace Terms _. Be All Surrendered, Large Small, and Dis- posed of Delegates to ArrrVte for Confer- ence on May Council of Four is Busy Pre- paring and Revising Adriatic Terms Con- sidered, j PARIS, May naVfcl terms of the treaty to hfc presented to Austria as they have been completed entirely wipe but the Austrian navy. All the ships of that navy, large and small, are to be surrendered. Their disposition among'lhe allies is to be adjusted later. U. ILAILWAV HEAD U80E8 RETURN OF ROADS NEW YORK, May pulsory coQEoKdatfon of.all life- railroads of Iho country. Tveah into 12 lo '_V> larje competitive privately olrned, but operated under gov- ernment regulation, was urged last nlebl by Walter Ulnee, dlreclor-jtnewl of rall- roadf, as a solulloD of il'e rail- road problem. Paulenko, Murderer, Wont Hang GETTING AUSTRIAN (N SHAPE PAKI5, May the consul of four inJ III a council ot foreign minis- 'V -leri resumed (heir sessions Inf. The former is giving special tendon (o tha Impending negotiations lj Uio allies and Austria the lalitr Is discussing rcporLa on Iho DoundarlDS of former 'Auslro-Munfar- Jan territories. T ITALY'S ADRIATIC CLAIMS TAKEN UP PARIS, Mmy I.lerJ CJcoTgc, Cferaeuccau and Or- laatlo and I'reatdent Wilson discussed the situation this morning wad a meeting this tflernoon took up thfl question, of Kali's el aims lo 7 territory on Iho eaBtern shore of Ihe Adriatic. Tho council of foreign mln- ielera cbaaUereil the problem of (lie frontiers ot Hungary at a meeting AUSTRIAN ATIRIVE MAY 12 PARIS, May Austrian iicwa ._ dtlejitlon, numbering from 40 10 60 IB expected lo arrive at SL on Miy 12, JnrSmisllon re- ed red from French sources Je that tie ye i left 'Vienna, orlug _io .tie! dincnlUes' on countered ol opinion regarding the ql Dispatchesreceived hcra Iddsy In- dicate'Unt TThlle Klein, prasi- ot the deltffatlon farora annexa- tion, hamraar.'ici'i, another Influential member, opposes II soil growing. The rest of the delegation ii tiJ to be dfrldtd on trie question. MAKE POPt S1GNATOHY TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS D-lIerr Schueekinr, A member of the German peace dele- firUioni In addressing hJs colleagues on Tuesdnj-, expressed Ihe "opinion. lha league of nations Include all 'to The Haguo eonvcnlfoii and the pope. The dispatch states ihit HBIT Sc.iueck.nff ..expressed a. disappoint- ment ibat.nolblng would be eald In lha treaty oTpeace abpnt the freedom or seas, and saM that lie vould much prefer, a system of niarine po- lice. ,lay prerl- ilonal EOvtrnnftnt-pI. north and declar- ed allegiance to: this ,Ornsk Bovern- menl. Pertdinc' ialkblliiiinent ot closer with; OmsJi1, the- pro- eoTernment reiorres Inde- pendent manMtna'eat ot Kofchiit'i Troops Win i LONDON11, May Kol- chafr, head ot tlie OmRt "government, hjg successful: offensive operatloiw, iccordlnp; report re- ceived from Omsk, 29.' In lha Simbursk re g ton (he SI be rim torcts, in zcttre pursuit of tlie shevllcf, have taken-, a number" of places. ]n (he nortlr (he. is announced of tlie.toirn of Sergleffsk, the Jftst' the Bolshevik! can maha'a is reached. South of tlif KaJaon-Vchalerlnburg the Boliiievlkl are reJreatlng alowly. pursued bj- the iSlberJans, who have captured towns and considerable niAieriRl. Admlril lisa captured on lha Knnis, taking sleam- erf, BUDS and large supplies of ammu- alllon. Over PlM Making BriUin Mandatory for German East Africa PARIS, JUr The tlon has InueA a relative to Great Britain ti-Jnf appointed mandatorr for Uerman Africa, that II ..Is "unablerlo belltyc that thlg ac. lion hai Itktm by the> couicll (owr." "In TleW -.of imporUal FillHirr acllon.i In Africa, her la r to gonnutst o( Qar- raan art Iho 'fad that her situation tini ilren her rlfhu on Ihal Iht nole :'8il; Slum li'iinablo to admit nSal Uermari couH bo dlavodftl ot iy In irlikli utie his not par- at the niaMWt tor Otrnun Gait Africar Tlio mtmlMtn alto cOBpiam- ot tha onrinelon from the Irrtlf at a. prarliloa tndeiiniry- IflK (or llie leron narks of Ofrtan money lor ceil lato lu TlelalTim during Ihe Qer- jnaft ocouvatlon nnd rlepra- ol.lia fnco jlir. calM UnKexl JKalei hsailnnarten lodar SHOT 4A8KATOON, Sisk., May Taantw Keller, Ili-ins slf. Mlloi south trl Dntll, It dead from hcltat vounil hi hh back, and Mike one of iila otlgfchory Is held V the provincial police as a rtnall el 't Mcarred yeaterAaV tflirhoon.- ailifel H by lite police tjn hutc Minllied rewMMlhlllty If- HAVE GERMAN BABY KILLER IN THE TOWtR T.OXDO.V, cap- is'.n ef eubniaritie nr- rlved [n (xtndon from Spain to- day and. wia placed In Ihe Tower. The Star uadtrslaodB that lie AVBB the coBira.snder or t nirjinarine wlilch sank aer- enl hoepiUl cblps. From .Government 'of North Russia, and Order Sttrtu Coining iiline N.C. 4, inUiIri We vtltn'ttiv forced lo erf engine (rouble k-JltempMni t fltjht (rom Kock- y lo lUltfn, -wtB loirfil lilo harbor by a boat'from the Chilham 1-riKSon' 6.30 o'clock Uiii Oiilr ont of lha Mapluc In scr vkt, tlie Jiirinj .dlMb [be MI> The of of phne re- they jiwwrt Hie CTI H -'Cftlm KJL. Thursday Afternoon Jiut as Scaffold Wai; at Jail WILL JUKSENT JO THE-'PENITENTIARY CANADIAN AVIATOR MAKES SUCCESSFUL COMMERCIAL FLIOHT .NEWARK. -V. J. -May What Tfas claimed lo lia thi flm commercial Alght on Ihfs coDtlnent ended bera yeslorday Lieut. K. Blllougb. erly ot Ibe Canadian air !oroe. linked here vrilh ISO animal pells shipped from Toronlo, Monday, (or delivery lo a Xewatt furrier. Of Unionists is For 15! Cenl. Farmers and Workers ,1 MINNEAPOLIS, :Ma Kriok U Carey, secortJ ot Ihe Uille4 Statei Onrn' Corporation, vlll (or Winnipeg on Monday lo purchase vEeat ,10 Mil to the ncrlhwMt, Il'iru iTiMtinced hore iDday, Mr. Carey the amount lo kc purchtctd .iroiilrl llrjo and depended UDOI which belncnaie. Tta will W Sold to millers for irlndlnj up io time' the crop liarttited, Mr. Carey aald Inu salt rrlco (oferumml will be (Icnred "on a'ilrlttlr NO M TODAY ST. JOHNS, ar CDHdMloM oft tie tani and thil wetle.m AUaatlr are uufarormble riylna; off by llaylter j' -1 OTTAWA, May Citiien .ttidiy publishes following: Wetlern membert support ing j the Unionist have pretentcif to the.mlnlcter of fin- ance their as to what thoutd b- done with the tariff at the- forthcoming of 'them-speak of. the p'rojoiltton as an ultimatum and Irrerfuciblt min- imum. Others, while wishing.that their requeits be mtt, do" not cntrfjcterlze ouite so strong- ly. The weiterners have it af( fig- out that is asked will affecl tht rovthin-r is ran extent of only The reduclfon they Mek It on the ordinary tariff nsi sn.tha.iariW ?nd .Iht exlfa, 7 1-2 per cent..war combined. While njcrecy is main- _! Iained on ihe sutiecl, it stood that the'reduction sought is around 15 percent, and lhal it apn not only to.thmgs In uie by to commodltiftt used by laberlng clawct l.n the cities. The in reductions in duties' on f. number of. comgioditlei that-' jre" 'life, such ai and other articlei of clotViing. Peter Paulenko, tfh.0 j demned lo he hinged on May 14th for the.murtftr of John Onofry- bat In our ,we .H. Such a is an attempt. tv> exter- minate A nillon, no TOflONTO, May an- nounced -to'day it hat 'negotiation! between workers of thYankfort iro al the of right. oillr douht ii whelher Jl also means the graveside of :lhs German nation. Xevcr has murder been com- mitted In more courteous forni more c.vnical GERMAN DECLARES IT "MAILED FIST" PEACE BERLIN', May lllraph, ol Prussia, speakSdg-.-in Ihe Prussian national assembly loiiay, characterized tho peace terms BS rcpretelittDf n purely "mailed list" Mflce, nican sJaverv. ior the" father- land hloodsned for Europe. The gOTeramenl appeals coniinuetl, "to close your lire- serre your calm and afold Indlscre Hon.In case of dleaenslons, faced bj the question ot to not to be. Tha entire- nation atinil behind" the Eovemment to -l confer I this projected jwace of rJoltoceMnto right.. Thaf-K" posslhla gnly It the Is to sign Us own death''warrant, firmly support the governtntnl.- .Thfr, ifa must find us ALLIED NATIONS SEEM SATISFIED ft PARIS, Hay ivltt repreicDlatives of countries ter- rllorles ara affecteil by pesci treaty are puhllslied In tho'Temps. Paul Hymans, of Ilelglurn, declaros he Is generolly satisfied and Ibe Polish also cipreE] satisfaction, ai: though tlie Eolntlon of the rjanili' problems does not eiva them all Ihej eipecled nnd they- 'are uncorlalt whellier tliey will be allowed to for- tify the coast or iTilernallonaliitil ter- ritory. representatives istUfactlon with tliB disposition or Schlesirig Holsteln, but eipross, sur- prise- Ibat tbe.boirailarles ot terrllorlts. will'ba called" UODU to de'cJili Ibeir own fleEllnr ins to s-'silnlmar.v EideraWy Jurlher soutb (hall either lh( governinenl'a delegates or ihe deleeates of-Schlej. Tfig-Uolsleih banes -bad tbe p'eaL-s conferEnce, V Br. Iho Czecbo-Slovak Jorelgr- also voices' his BSllsfactlor with, the' arransfmenls which havit been njsde, wllh sorae minor lions. BRITISH LABOR'S '.T VIEWS OF TERMS J-O.VDO.V, JIa.r meetinsij corcopilder thd terras oJ peace upon OermEay by lhe_allfed and as pdclated nations, .the Dallo'nnl ciist-ii council of issued a mmullrtlo 'JcclariaB rhti treaty Is IB aoaa "opposied to declarations of Pre.s Went WtHqn, of Uie allied pallor ran-' Tettou, and ot: Bern e -convention, irid verr defexrUve from a sUndpoln' of world i "H baart aflittice ol camproml.H by and.Imperialism, ivKlcl still domJoitw European Eui'fesln.declared. dental of of an 'opportu'iill' a maadltorr under of nllionj'aiusl ciusi Jealqasf' 'and unreal leading to further inlet ntllonai dltputn." _ Othar polBti crilfclied the fall, ure lo glva Germany rep'resentaUor' on the reparations 'eommltlM and.this ommlBSlon of provisions for a pfogrv-s alve llmltillon of vnmamentji by tin-' Qtbor'algnaloTlej to.the treaty. manifesto protested aEafnst'fhe perm aneut reparation of the .Saar from Germany and advocated a nleh isclle In Molmedy and territories between BclEluru and Oer. .many.. TKlS GERMAN VERY'ARROGANT DEnLIN, May :fa .onlj; one .Immediate Rilssln and the uie of BolsheTll' Iroops for Htrr Olesberti one of Ihe Qerman-defegatM at-Ver' saiiies, fs emoted by tie Zeltunn' as declaring wrUi'.refereuoa to thl.. peace terms submitted.'v-- BarntiMl Farmers (Specfal to Tha HaraM) i'.'... BARNWELL, Lavrence Peltritn' ind J. W.- thi Irrigation have jua< rirturn- ed from Calgary ttrrtrt hava been 1he final (urtalnlog to tha cawmtrwamant 1W Tht C, f. bffk- lall atatad that hW ncelvW blda trmi aavaraJ lajiiiii.far (bit contract vntk Ml4