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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ,'OLUMEXU. _____ _ YASKPiLOTSTARTS KT_J Britain Bows to Heroine Reniams of Nurse Edith Cavell, Murdered Hy Germans, Reich England IMI'KESSIVE SERVICES WESTMIXSTKR ABBEV -LONDON, May Britain raid to With Cavelt. Iho Eng- lish nurso .eiecultd by Ibe Germans at Brussels, October 12, 1915. hero lo- dav, when her body, en route from HrWels to her native city of Nor- wlcli; to Westminster Ab- hey for nh Im press Ivo memorial sen -it'was ft p'oblii: funeral in which, il seamed, every resident ot tho great metropolis endeavored' to 'participate. The streets through which the cor- tege mo'rtd'.'wero congested w'ltn crowds, and every inch of standjng room fh the neighborhood'of the Ab- be) was occupied b) a imillilude which assembled lo do rev crent homage to as the Bishop oC London described "who deserves a great deal from the British Frapire The -ongregatlon at tho AboeJ eluded high oftlclals ot the govern, representatives of foreign gov crnmenls and men prominent in mans walks of life King Oeorge was rep resented li) Ihe Earl brother ot Queen Wan The service was conducted ty the- dean of West i rr'nster No addre-s was delivered The opening sentences ol the burla serflce were sung by the choir, wlilcl. thenjEanr the' Psalm, and a short le'SortTrrom the Revelations of St lohn Then-came ot DeiUi" and I Heard Voice Prom ifeives" The litany Oie lords I'nver then reported lo REVISE KOREAN GOVT. TOUIO. Mty privy council met today, under llio presidency of tho emperor, and decided upon a part rcvUlou of the orsiulc syeKm of.the Kor ean lovorumeut. i Peace Terms Mefy be Handed To Austrians Wednesday; Put End to Skoda Gun Works C. B. U. VOTED DOWN UUKBEC. May !td- eral council of trades anil hthur of Quebec, affiliated tlie Dominion Federation of J-a'jor, vesttr.lay voted down usual- I a request 10 Iisvc tlu- loi-al IMar men join the' On-3 Big IXXNDOX, Mar Boliar Urn, government leader In tho house of commons, admitted today tlat Pro inter Lloyd George had asked Frank p Kllward Dunno and Michael t' nyan represenlatives of Irish soci- eties" in'Iho United States, to coll on Mm and ho thought It would be to the advanlage of United States fit. zenB inlercittvl In regard to Ireland! to be advised by him. He planned to] lay before them'tlie British case and, have irwldely1 reported.In.tlie United States of America, where It is insuffi-] ctenlh understood, Bonar Uiw eald The premier has withdrawn the Invitation'the government leader said because while ho is willing to colve Americans, he Is umvllllrg to receive those who come to Ireland and not onlj lake part it the politics of Ireland, ant aleo rebellious move menlf' BELL TELEPHONE RATES' GO UP WITHIN, WEEK MOXTHBAU May loivins the judgment delivered In Ottawa, telephone rates will be one week, according to siste'sres'. Size, vlce-pesldent and man- age ot llie Hell Telephone Com- pany, i fj SirRobert.Borden Sails For Canada Conscription Will Also Be 1'ro hibited in Austria in the Future I sounded een'ce1, whidi at noon lasCed half an Hour The procession left the Abbey to the strains ol Clio- pin s FuneraljMarch and proceeded o Ihe street, whero the coffin ot ulaln oak was placed on a train for Norwich On the. coffin was Ihe sin; pie inscription' 'Edith Civell born IXC 4, lS6i, died Oil At Norwich it was placed on a gun! carriage tnd was taken lo Xorwlcn '1 1 litf service which was 01 leslgnalecl for Ihe funeral of for her' vs the coftln was taken Into Ihe ca Ihcdrat the hymn 'Now the Task Is OeV, was suns to! owe J by Ihe reading of Ihe lesson 1, I'cter 11 13 bj Canon DeschMr Then came llio anthem, 'I Know Ihil Mv lie rteeiuer livelb' and OhopmJ cuncra March tho A Brief 11 liero Our Portion was 11 P nroceaslon formed for tno Yankee Pilot is OnWay N.C. 1 Seaplane Left This. After- noon on Flight. To n Azores HUNOAHIAN SITUATION MAY DELAY SIGNING FEEITOEEl Will Not Consider Hun Note On Labor ceau Answers That Peace Terms Provide Solution AND GERMANY WIU, SUBSCRIBE TO THEM PARIS, Msy Austrian peace terms probably will be pre- tinted to the Austrian allegation Wednejday.- Th: terms, it.it understood, re- quire the dismantling of the fam- ous' Skoda works, among other armament plants. May. The council of four lias declined to consider' Uie note from Count von- BrockdorBMlaiiUau. ,.uiet of the German peace relative to international labor lejisia- IADIOE wim aB tnen pronounced, taken in the spoctol raflwav commit and 'revei'le' were tee in the conumma on an alnendaent" J Arm Mrong of East lambton to give the raiUa> fomroisslou control oror In land water and navigation This control included tho anthorilv to decide the question of. rates The question defiled vote ot Ir Arm trong staled to thei Cairn i Press thai he is contemphtlui .gmg his Jmeudmen' Ihi when 'he bill Is under consul eratlon He said that the doubl and ireblirg of rat an rerg lUMtnrws in difficulties ind som made the statement that would be put out of busluei s TREPASEEY, Nfld., May, N.C. 1 flight to Azores: "HOP-OFF" AT 5 O'CLOCK TREPASSEY, Nfld.., May The United Slates seaplanes were 9ettln5 ready at p.m. for their 'hop off" on the trans-Atlantic the Azores The was.expected at any rriomeht. TAXI OFF WATER Nfld, The American navy seaplane N C 1 left her moormss this after noon fpr the flight to the Aiores, taxi ira along the for the hop off' i NC 3 FOLLOWS TREPASSEY, Way 15 The NC 1, was quickly followed by the N C 3, which taxi led from her p.m British Planes Don't Try bl JOHN1; Ntld (Noon) There will be no flung b> either iirraan froro'tiere' todaj to un avorablc weather. One Forced to Descend Mav lo-Thelivdro airplane C 4 which left Halifax this'morning for was forced to descend at .Jlusqiiodo- liort Hirbor owniB to engine 'rouble, It t again for Trepassev at 12 47 after niaking repairs; lo her oil tanks'. Don't.Neeu :ioyKctorn WASHlNUl'ONV May Cominari- jcr Reid o? the_N_C -I reported lo Ihe nav} ilctnrdiiert tbi dfternocn that while to liiid lo repl'l gas and ell on his plane he diifiiot 'elun lo Halifai Jie slid he left Ihlifax i( S a m a'hlns ton and landed at Slorrj.IUaJ PARIS. May Sir Robert Bonhn left this morn- ina, en for Canada. Premier Georje sent his secretary, Philip Orr lo apologize for hit inability to say farewell tKe Canadian .pyemier personally and lo expreis Hit appreciation of >ervices ana advice conference led with hone thXt he couple would be enabled return NO MORE CONSCRIPTION ALLOWED IN.AUSTRIA PARISr May council of four (his morning discussed with its military advisors the military terms of the treaty.' It is understood that these are simi- lar to. thoie.l" the German treaty including the 'prohlWion of con- scrlpli.on; RUMANIA THINKS TERMS ARE JUST BBItm'Tuesday, ia considers the- peace terms given Oermany severe but just, and less 15-Au I Raglan prisoner, of war, wearing tmlfornis mid the corn of Sifartacan was ovrr Thctmed liy Wurlleoibcrg troops In wood Wr araetclllng cording to newspaper reporh They and 12 men I h the leaders were condemned (o death and fttiol Rirttian OMSK the re CTll of Gen (vanolf ninbff, comman der of the o{ the nil tlnislan In Siberia Ocn Jlorvilh been given lull fownund of forcei fhero, In addition lo hoWlifg Ine poailloli of civil Bpvcrnor, This been taken so lint goveVnmenl have i more secure 6n nffafru In llio cnnt Klnotl U charged VHic With 3760 Uocts at Mali Stotkn at Qttebec LOMWN, (Canadian Aifoctated Jonrtli Canadliin brlj.de Mlled yeslerdaj tho Caraanla HAUPSV, !s stdainer Celtic, which 'arrived here last night from with of flccrt and 3 645 6ther rank" of the C P docked pier two at ocloi.k this morning The work o disembarking cofflaiencsd shortU at tne. Hungarian government lo 1 toi IV Inritatioa to -end delegates to ranee to receive terms a id IV i uncertainh of Hunginan con I onb probablj vyll delay Austrian ruce It developed Tlie problems relaljng to ilimgarv overlap so grealh (hat fie nlllei, leel Ih'at rosnvjihaEeo of llieui muKt he cons dercil No inspection ot tbe credentials ot the deleeatlon vrhiui armed at bt Germain en ses terdav has as vet been arranged 4n attache of tho United states eui ta'sv in Vienna who lias been in Budapeit recehtly, arrived todaj from llunsars re ports of the general situation Per nltmtv is admitted in conference cir clcs 1s to Ity actual conditions iu llangary ami Ignorance us to whether realization Ol TV have more than ever a right to after the cruel trial to wh cli I world has 'been subjected during the last five years. The teu ot the reply to .he German note sent bv M Clemenceau follow 1 have the honor to the receipt ot letter of-'May 10 in regard lo international labor together with a dratt ol an agree meat on Inbor la. Thr- reylv o If allies aud associted governmenls is note of Ihe declaration made tfs the Germans that dome tic peace and tin. advancement ot maa S Jepetd upon the adjustment of Ihe labor question and thev are con vmced fiat such adjustment will bo rendered m the Ih.n m 'the past is men a are freeil from tlie fear ot war and lr.dustr> i--' relieved" nt tho pf "hich Ger'man militarism had toposen ot tlie draft Will NauonV, Comen- tton To Be Held First Week ri. guide the labor government is growing or if, its position strengthyiod being vinclal Liberal premiers on matters concerning tho national Iiibernl con venllon to be held during Ibe i of August B will be hv lion Dr Klrg Premier HtjrHrt of Vlberla vr-is here last weel. and will notvra turn but Alberla will be represented Hon Duncan Marshall and John Boyle. REVERSE CONVICTIONS of NEW STATUS OF GERMAN COLONIES 1 ONDOX 3Iay th" of commons Sir O Henry for balop it v lien peace terms were upon will all the tlcrniau colonies of which Greal Uri or her colonies Premier Martin of Is 'en route to Ottawa Premier Novns ot Mauiloba lias wired Ihat lie can uol comc tnst bccaitea of the labor troubles Sir Iximer Oomn (Rttiicrs In] ot has signitieilils intentioi r abor organizations is thai -L the constant tlei of the mlemational labo- regime The labor convention has uo.- Erted la of pcicc mil Tnans be call? I ill on'to sign It Iff the future the rig i of vour country (o participate liijhe labor organization will be secured as ,oon Is aamltleilnlo the lelgu, onmuons In accordance wuli-irHC-te I of Ihe Ireatf. the conviction of Joseph (t nu ui and seien olber men-bers ot the In [included as Untlsu .._, o aj...lAnfc iocnfn 'lain tllfi idvalltflStJ ?ml ou e (incu a lain tlie ol imperial prete, of being present Dninswlck 01 neius iitu be rcpresente-" by Hon 3 C Venoit and Hon B A Snutli, arft tia bi Hon L- H Proudfooi leader of the Liberal opposition.in .Ontario has slg- 'jlficd his intention of beins present L .replied that none o. Act. ordered and certain Pacific Islands thev would" be administered LEADERSINB1IN sa ss an potion of the uianda o'i s coisequentu :liarr in Ifs ON STRIKE IN WINNIPEG U Uthbndge Sontheaslerlv Pro- ject Coald Be Want Grazms Opened A met trfday and slatted an In LA as ti the Mlenslon ot ,he Abridge Southeast Irnsatlon Project to territory Tho passed Ihe tollowin? to Iho war Col Cookc wcn a In the 67lh ballHlkin Rubseiiuenll} ha WHS made! transpor officer unit dlsllnctten by lak Ing mulct and wagons Inlo Ihe front line daring me somrne jhllng Uler, ho wiH ptoccil In Charge ot of oawmllls be hind the rose to the corn mand of the (imudltrl foreslry corps In france taWrtjH NEGRO May Moid 6la> 54, a to have was WINNIPEG strike Is on. POLICE REMAIN ON DUTY fnay The ita is all set for the jeneral walk out Kheduled for 11 o clock all hope of ment of the between the metal workers and employers hiving 'been Abandoned The rtrihe committee, iMWa tion of ill desire to maintain law and order, has the police men to remain on duty, and pro- vided fof jri emergency llfe-MV- Ing crew of flrem'n A tillzeni' committee of has foiined which uwier taken In rrulntenanct M order and tne of Mr ionuttlo use and fire protection and oj 27 OW milon isls I6fl llieir work Street cari nefe taken lo Iho birns, lynchixl and then ai Hlarj nWit h> .urned lo- (toBirol J 000 Iwrions 'poslalv' went i.omr, an ilcllverfes o{ milk bread and other coiaeil, aM iliout this aflernoon The musicians, lion ever decftled lo continue their ser Vl4es at the theatre's The lime nnnounced Ihelr in TtMto of going ahead will. for 'it o nalureil -al holfd-o -rftij Te ep'none litit the operators the remainder of downtown Ihe have lllillllltllUWI V.." "I---------- i gnllM the-lr Intention of -tfiklu 7 dclocli tomorrow hotels here lime been hit hard by ihe iMK TUD cooks crs eleUtor 6peratora and Ueaners have all o.ull their work those difflcJltlea the, hotel aulhorllle', how evrr, claim they will be ible to was conducted Hi a vc-rv orrlorly manner In every cMe Tho strike has arranged for the pr'eMni Supply of wattr for domestic and forco of Opera lorn irrall server 1 lent Hrfrhinn was fenced lo tci-eks ufldtr arrest Thc ot'ipr and (lisctnrgcil _i_____ fAOB V-IOHTI SENATOR CUMMINS IS NAMED SENATE LEADER WASIllNflTON May heiiBlor Cummins Of Iowa ored the Progres'lve groui) Include much good igrlculfural lind Tliercfote It resohed that, this local ask Ihe Dominion governrneRt lo lure leised lands esaralnwi bi a (ompttcnf with' a view to opening for xelllement ail iracta suitable tor agriculture. i W Illlam llunlcr went U Ulhbndgo latl week for a medical which Involve an 6fefMot eliretcif today Senator cliusells leader NEWFOUNDLAND'S r IN SATISFACTORY CONOITWW ST JOHNS, I....., satlsfaciory financial of the ;