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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY IT. my Nl-MBKll WAY ACROSS Trainmen May Now Strike in SupRQrt of Winnipeg Workers ers To He Howevr by TWri-ihar of Hml of Gn- ing in, on Either Side. i When a Feller Needs a Friend By BRICGS WINNIPEG May announcement was made by! leaders of but a report persisted at Union labor I vote would betaken today. Union men linked a rumor, wholly Confirmed from any but much discussed m strijce circres, t a force of Mounted Police has been ordered to I ---------6 WINNIPEG WHEN TELEGRAPHERS QUIT' WINNIPEG, May SOO telegraph operators >mployed by nil commercial telegraph compan- ies brokerage firms and the Canadian Press, Limited, will walk out at today. The service ot tlie only news 1 gathering association in Winnipeg va j discontinued ovviug to (he shulting ol of the power in the telephone oftica hroiigh which "their leased asses. :Thus tho'cHv-.wjil-he obliged o resort lo (he courier delivery sys- eni it communication is with the outside world, as the postal telephone service is completely lied up In all probabiHlv lomniviiu cation between eastern.and western Canada will nnt be seriously affect ed bj the slnkc us rt a expected that a sufficient elatfjrf chiefs vull remain on the job to-cut all wires Ihrough the local telegrapli oftices keep (hem in order For Austria To _000 Indemnit> H'ALY WAIVED CLAIM ISLANDS ,t is conleinplated_fo 'rut the Canadian Pi reused from Vre-s night and dav cfrctlils- through direct from ft "VI to'be relared'theacft 10 Bll western newspaper subscribers -Similar i PARIS, exchange of credentials bctwwn the Aui trim dilution and tlie of the ard aiioclaled will take place on Monday ntxt The function li tet for S.30 o'oloek f.m AUSTRIANS TO RAY SOOilflCafnu mARKS s PARIS, May The indem nity cliuw of the Austrian providei for a payment of one- twentlelh that from Germany _ The .urn asked I. 5000000000 gold without It has 'been requested by (he that the Aurtrunt treity provide for the return to Rome of tlw many prlceleei art treat inker, Austria as booty In erevloua war.. ITALY RELINQUISHES ISliANO CLAIM I'ARIS Mar Italv lias reliti Mulshed her chin" to Ihe Uadocane Islands', oB- the Asia Mtnpr coast in of Greece, This ends one ol the most acute controversies ot the peace conference Premier Count Machle di r suscrers Ttlll be nmde companies' fat the handling of Iheir business A limited bread and milk, cjeliv erv system was maintunea tnls moraine is nas promised at >eslcrdays meet UK of Ihe Btr-ke comhjittee Plentr of uread is oeme linked (or the needs lie third day of lie-general Jtnfee differed from the preceding; days in .hat the streets Mere not so crowded Hundreds ot aulos are still carrj-ing American Seaplane N.C.4 Reaches Azores After_15 Hours'Flight Inlrcpid Airman-Makes History By Navigating Atlantic's Up- per Reaches As Far as Azores Islands at- lOO-Miles-an- Houi- Clip-Two Other U. S. Seaplanes Following-British Machines May "Hop-Off" This Afternoon. _ but was taken to .mean a.m..- Ihe n.-u t ten ire passey, Newfoundland, at 6.07 p.m. yesterday, which woult make, her time 14 hours and 13 minutes for the J 200. mil CANADA DOCKS' Mav While Star liner Canada carrj-lnE cngers docled ,this morulnf The men reside in all parts ol Canada BORDEN VfD SIFTON T SUNDAY O11AWA Mas .17-Otdcial notification has been received i here that Sir Robert Uorden' ind Hon Arthur Siflon, with porlv will sail tomorrow from Southampton for Hahtai ThcX are coming- on tho Am.ilti.nia t- Noted Ace Anticipates Sensatiipns of the Pilot Who Makes_Trans-Atlantic Flight r C Turner, the sell hiioiMi ace, cuntriljutes the fol intcre ling anticipation ot Ills dcis oS Uie senbdllDns ol i trans At annc fllglit to the Obsenlr ega a blue diamond higli in Ihe Ihe ton plane .imt tho extreme lelt strut Arcturus darts his vtltaw ravs from the lop of P'tch of velvet "k> between tae mack outline ot the starboard fronl and rear Ml Ihe visible at, a 4elt of mist on the. northern horizon and where'abO'B it the hid don sun sends a flush, is strewn witn mvriad buying beacons of tho nnl verse, in. number and'brilliance tin- guess dJ bv Londoners Keen Vega and instruments the- pilot lakes his hand off tlie" control lever from time to time, and si'retclves his -Arms." There ia a Thermos flast at hand but he is re, serving lhal until morning ire PONTA DEL GARDA, Azores, May N. C. 4 arrived at Horta, in the Azores, at p.m. (Greenwch 'line.) _ J The official dispatcli to the navy department said "The N C. 4 arrived at Horta (Island of Azores, at 12.20." The time given was apparently confused m some way, arid it is not "translated; accurately into Washington tjme, but was taken to .mean 8.20 a.m. The N. C. Tre- roulo idv 1'3 minutes for the J200. milo flight to Horta. :i-ri'-i: British Airmen May. Get Away Today St. Johns, May airmen will in all probability fly this afternoon _ SIGHTED AZOBES FIRST ATx11.35 A.fll. PONTA DEL GADA, The NC 4 first lighted land at Floret al 11.35 a.m. N.C. 1" then was cloie N.C. 3 oajted'ilatton 'W 9.15 o'clock The firit fwo meaplanej I'v.trt in wlreleM touch, the torpedo boat tender Melville wort ly before noon f THREE SEAPLftNfeS MAKING TRIP May, three United States nara! sea planss this mornlnf? nere more tuan halt war on theTr.Blsht frofu, Tajpassev, Newfoundland, to the Azores -m trans Atlantic fliglii and -were Kneeled to reach Polita del Gado noou nay; departments latest advices received at 4 30 a m shored thev irero 760 mile a Irotn found land. HAD PLEASANT TRIP.TO AZORES Mar Ic-i, ilispalch Uojds Agenev from Horta savi tl seaplane NC -irblch landed tie from Newfoundland, reported a nlesa ant voyage. 4 AWAITING GOOD WEATHER WASHINGTON, Vote TakeiL Friday Shows 200 Not Unanimous i Mass Demonstrations in Germany Protest Against Peace Terms asTodHarsh Arcttiras in tlitlr places m rctirs seen outline of the aeroplane, and me course must he true nt ans rate, for a fen Compass will then co- reel it The course is So decrees e Irrigation Development Number Today Maj demon ilratlons nrp .Ihe order; ot, Ihe day, holh In Berlin and the A Vowd; estimated at persons ind including persons from iho Iron 4 Her regions assembled on Trurnflay at the'ftejehslaif building unit mlopled .resoliilloiu the peace operkll.ons. against no wi'ti headquarters of Ibc allied -oisslons has placed guard Siy> Hurt) Won t Sic" BERLIN, TursdM, r con lequenco of veiled 1 i thf thl> {ibirTschiedemflnn goyernmsrl In ,-ffcnds W sign Ihe allied peace terms, notwithstanding their severe ions, "seml-offlc'.ltl" atiiiouncenienl was mEdo loilay thai these Insinuations itrlko a note and Ihal llic gov-, "rnmetit la full) nulled In lls Intention o carry out lls slatfcl policy of declining to sign tho compitl Ileporh that lacji of unity la Ihe cabinet also are denied Hie an- nouncement declares thnt there Is omplcle nnilr nelwcen Iho Versatlles plenipotentiaries find Berlin ind that tho govSmmeiil HwK (o bo Mill (he overwhelming m-ijonl> of Hit, ixoplc he government w 111 not be forced into a lusty or basic 'no- thai II is determined (o abldo b> Vi original sland on theoinbcnrable ness and Impossibjlilv' ot fulfilling Hie present peace lernu Tljij announce tnont concludeil bv that ..the government, howev'br, would illtcmpl lo negotiate nn understanding which roulil In a of lice ft Is stated who has1 been accused ff rtlfferlng with cabinet, In nc cord vvllh Its Hum Mutt 9lirv. TONnON' i the Uague lodij, Lord Our ion of KeiHlesfone, Id tho Mouse o( i lords It Germiiuv lefiiicd to sign the treatj of lite alliM n-crc for emorgenos No fiibslanlW rhocfincallon of the treaty will le permltd-d, lie tddeil Oltcust Terms IV, Tlmi'sd.H, ..i.i... (o depnuuuin frorl rcglius under I'rms of UiC iroicni' Schlcileinann said ldila> Ihilthc cabmet coiit iimlly coitnlPMiCnifr t'Tins iviliionl re'lrlcllnil on Pro Irltsill Mil son s Herald issues .along with ill regular editibri, ils Irri- gation Development Number, an- nounced some weeks The number Is m two sections and com pntei 24 pages the first section deals more par- ticularly with the proposed Irri- gation projects north, east --and south of'the city which, .when completed, will add almost SOO.OOD actes lo the present irrigated are'a of acres under the C.P.R. Lelhbrtdge system.. Thii iectlftn contains map. of the two big pro- jects, specially drawn for the Her, 'aid by the irrigation branch of the department of Ihe interior, and will the extent and give a fairly accurate idea ol the parts of southern'Alberta which wjl.l be coveredfy the projects. ThS second section deals more, specifically with the results which hjve been accomplished In the Coaldalc, Raymord and other dn Incli which have been under Irrl uatlon for the past 18 or 19 fSari, and will give a comprehensive Idea of what' development South ,efn Albert may loot- for when the Ltthbrldse Northern and Leth Southeasterly projcols copi The is alnady belpt widely souohf after by land ers In southern Alberta and will corulilule a nubllcliy record has seldom surpissed Lethbridge S have hnd the luck to start on a fresh following breeze, so HtMp o'f our lino Urat the head S> the machine even now Is pointed at about Belfast just alter houn ngc, and v e coiilil sing for ]oy at the ends ot weeks ol tortured aniietv, in labor, and The ullto Is more than half ojer Till Hi" 6-nTcnd there had been the hauntliuf drcan of saiiotaEe. added to innumer ahle olher cares. But non Ihe engine been running tor U6 houri and there Is nothing amks In Hi steady Joar It is almo t Inconceivable that .mjtlng can go wrong i 5 "Speaking' a Ship [Ont> Objection Raised ThH It In thirteen or fourteen hours OofS Not Go (llul he about lunch lime) should be' Ihlnklng of .landing! -The hand o! the Air-Speed Indicator Uilw. on eight) foiii knots (about nlnelvlhSmiles per and _the he feels, is chl'd's plav compared with ho four -weeks 01 preparation A St 4 sllll atTIorta awaiting favorable1 weather and not expected 16 proceed lo PontR Del Gada before accordlni: to a dispatch to the navv depar'ment filed at ngton time The message -nad- no mention ot the N.0.1 and N.C. 3. Tlie message came from the "United Slates Colvmbia, station ship at Horta N.C. 3 BEUfEVED LOST IN-FOG OFL Aiav NO 3 is, 1 oliereil to be .lost in the fog 'Tlitf flagship of the fiignt re ported at tin am Greenwich UmS, that she wai oft her course between 17 and IS Nothinr has teen from the N C 3 since BAD'WEATHER AROUND-AZORES ViHIiNGTON, message from Rear Admiral tackaon of Pontiv del Ciado received h} tUe tm> de partment at 1 pm said local weatli BLAIRMORE CAMK i ALSO FOR.STRIKE FERNIE, B C, May The mlnere ballvtUd on a strike vote yesterday according to in headquarter! Calgary last week. The general vote I> to al certain feeling mlnert regarding the order iMUed by W K Armttrong, director of coal oarrylra reduction in wages prooortionftte to the tlmi employed. The rwult K for Jtrlke a. a protest of the laid ruling by th> dlr- ector to 167 In favor of accepting Corbln' recordid 22 in. favor of. strike to against, while- Blilr more Went 289 for a itrlke to It agalnit' nnev wind Is giving us another thirl) live or thirty six. Is up to tis If can only "sllckUo and If, un Enough The govern- ments housing scheme was Hit sub jecl of dlscussioii .in Ilie house to There was a vote of J25 OtO 005 partment at 1 pm, said local vveatii ot lhe NaT} who er conditions around the Azores are fnr Kfivnnt lari) i'l England, ttml lhe> shotltd be i A t T11 IiliVHfin ..---i and both heads are IcoVSnE downy 'ihrottgh almosphere at Ihe sheer blackness where thtv knojv 'tho, re'llev? "Atlantic heaves and i There is a'small taint smudge of llanlcs which one ot sees I'onlv when It'Is pointed out by his Icotopanlon. U Is reasiirnng, It Is a l-foamera fire's globing from tho fun inel The> will look for such Wendlv lltUs Chroiighout tho night and kfo-v Hint Ihey.ire 'WcTvt 6ft (he -ilcamEhlp roule Tho Meamer Koiow has heard the hum of tho-iuncltlne and she fires two grctn rockets Jhls N .ncnt, ar.d it proves the "hip to to I.Iv crntiol 1 aclr ot 110 shipping lines liS' ari-nnged to tiro a distinct 'ive sigiial upon hoanng an aeroplane overhead The atroplano acknowledges a white Verj light llilng la easy, Tho wind flows even nmi Ihpre vitf no eddies hi1 v j. QQ illumiTiAlei i nnd Hon, X V? Ilowcll skclchcd Ihe general purposes and the reasops which'had Induced, tlie government to action There was some crit! clsm ot the plan On Hid 11 did not 60 far enough thai tl In Hie nglil direction Pr Mi chael dark" of ncil Deer, remarkLd thai, and bettej was expected WASHINGTON GODERICH GETS iran navll plane M I uililer 1 lent STEEL. WOBKS 'ommandcr Mbtrl C' Ilja'l OOIIPUICII. Ont Ma> e- aineu i.s objertlvo In Ihe trans o( new sleet Mlantlc llls'it having laidcd safely jo imlomobllej, aiilo Island ot 1-nj-al A7ores, at iraclors, trucks, etc. rhlch v WR3 '20 ocloci, Ihis rilorningj imc afler wlngni? her vvaj from Ire Hav Mid lu lo hours and 13 Minute" The nn IK LIBERATED V i France, May It I northern Al hen lo Bruti, idevand Invaded regions ami man) men prominent In Inaol-' t, trial lite in ranee, Here ;