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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta H. At.BKHTA, MONDAY. MAY HI, EBERT DECLARES GERMANY WILL NOT SIGN TERMS Prince of Wales May Open New Parliament Buildings Demonstration Crowd Hears Hun President Make Hoasl- M Speech NICARAGUA, PHESIDENT DIES AUSTHIA.N TEIUIS MAY UE DJiLAYEI) A WHILE ST. (UittMAIN-KN-LAY, May exchange of encdcnl- inls hclwcun rejHX'Sc'nluJivc.s of Lh iillicil powers and Ihc Aus- Iviiiii IHMIM; delegate's lotil; [illice. al 0.20 (his afternoon. Tin! :r.s- sion luslcd four mitmU'S. Jules Cambtm presided at. the meeting afld presented tlie creden-, tials of the allied and associated government- He repeated virtual- ly the sure, wards he used at.the f ctremony vwilh the German dele- gates. Chancellor Renner, for the 'AiistrianS; replied briefly, ending ,lhe ceremony.. tlicrl, In udUrcfisiiis a demonstra- tion here today, saiil thai Ger- many would "never sipi the peace The held in Lnstgarlcu was aUcniletl liy mi Immense crowd.'' President KljcrL described the peace terms as product of Ihe re- vengeful and added: 'Toroigri countries. ill not jior- mit Ihe of Gemini y. They will TUIEC lliuir volccaovlth: ihal Ibis peace of merit, which we iicvcr sjsn' HEAD GERMAN DELEGATE BACK'FROM SPA von Brockdorff-Ilaritzau, of tin.1 Ger- ruati jieaco., who left for Spa on and Uerr .GeJshcrls, ivrb .fin limbers o[ dele- bWn lo Berlin. AVilh the 'German plenipotentiaries also Major-Wen, von Schccht, niH- ilary expert? an.h alioul 10 oihur "sons. COUNCIL OF FOUft CONSIDERS HUN NOTE YOllK, May iS.-Uen. ,v -losejili IlunlOo Xcloya, uretl- dent of ilie ri'iiubUc, of v 3UA fur 1C yfari. died al his lioinc litre Sunday v iiifiln ulifir Ions lllnuds, it v TVSS learned Lunl'lil. v v POLES BEPEAI 1V.MIS.1W, Muy l jnunsivu rjii [tie I'niszy-Kauili'ijal line, J iiorlli :iuJ east of I.omljerg.'liad Ijtcn rcimlicd the 1'oics.'h Ucnvy lo [ho nllackers, an oUlriiirf Klatoiiienl issuer! by Ihc I'olifh war of- j rrrn rorlay To tile iliiriii uf i liulihoff. nortli or I-chibc-rg, ilif I'oles liave inaUe a. (.-onsijtihible'advance anil llicy :.lso victory j on (he fronllt-T ]li-ar klcrf, mmjjr.esl or-Kullkcff. I I.illiuaniauAVliHe Husslaii trnnirit :s uddciI.Ulic enemy was at-; taOteit anil defeated 'oy ilie Poles, uhu (opiurL-J prisuners "and luatJRal. HARRY HAWKER, BRITISH PILOT ALMOST TO IRELAND i IN TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT i .LONDON, fylay manager ot ihe Sopwith Airplane Company received a re- i port at 5 o'clock this afternoon thai Aviator Hawker was I 50 miles off Ireland al 4 p.m. 1 today. HAWKERS POSITION NOT QUITE CLEAR 'HARRY HAWKER, WHO MADE FAMOUS FLIGHT, IS AUSTRALIAN, 27 YEARS OF AGE LONDON. l.iry ii-j Niiia1. md unli- Ihe uesiern loasi ot NEW YORK, May C. is an Australian, 27 yea's old. Me Began his career as a me- chanic and rose to Ihe rank if a flier under the tutelage of Sop- with, one ol the earliest British airrnen. fte Ursl came into1 pTomi- ncTnce-on October Zi, 1312, when flying a Sopwllh biplane designed after the patle.'r. of the Wrights. he established the then British re- cord of eight hours and 23 minules Tor a duration flight and. won the Briiish Michelin trophy lor that year. In 1913. flying n Sopvalh equipped .1 Gnome motor, he established the ihen British alii- tudt record of feel, and on the same day carried aloft two passengers to A htight of feet. Later he. attained was claimed Id be Ihe world's alti- tude record, 28r5GO feel, which, of course, was later exceeded. During the war Hawker was en- gaged as an experimental1 flier assisting in the development of SspwiiK marh'nes, LONDON. May (ReuLer's Observer, says is not Unreasonable lo beJTeve that IKi mteting'of the Prince of and Sir Robert Garden on .Friday confirmed the information heir apparent of. the throne .will open ihc new ment JjjildioQs tt Charter For Line Lomond to Blackie rejioricij ai '2 o'clock this yl- UTIKUXI (hut iliey seen no ol JJav.-ker. iiiiiiiously BUIXETINS LONDON. May, machine but aviator missing. _ p.m.) Hi try Hawker was compelled to land in the sea 100 miles off Dingle Bay, according lo a Central News dispatch reporting a wireless message received at Limerick. The aviator evldtnily was-making for the estuary of tht river Shannon. lackie y.F.A. Local f. i v CLOSE WEONESDAY P.M. .OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT To Farmer Meeting firown as vole for (he ilummacioil ot briuc'r Snni Brown ot 'Blackie ns- candidate for Ihe new 11. F. political party were elren to Ilio IJlickle. delegates PARIS. May 15.-Tho CMnLil ol 10 the anproMhiUE-coiivciillon afAIac- lir mo ihic mnrnlnn' rinnmii four met this morning. The German 'note op-Llic, slntua of Iho German re- Hgioua missions and further details of Iltilgarlcin and Turkish affairs were la .be considered at the meeting. WINSTON' GOES TO PARIS PAIUS, Mar Spencer Churchill. British'secretary foh Trnr. arrived in I'.iris today. It is. stoort liis vigil Is with the troubles on Ihc 'AfElinnlstan AUSTRIA MAY NOT GET TREATY THIS WEEK 1'ATIIS, May impression prevailed in ptacc conference cirt'lns todny, thai the peace trnnly with Aus- tria, would nol be during the current week. The drafting: of Ihe document-Is taking longer' tlfan was anticipated. Tlie Hetall .MerchanLs1 Asso- announce that 011 iicbday silicnioon tlic siures will lie i-losecl as usual, but will be ojien .1 ill JJ.o'clock Friday night before "the May 2Uh holl- Uay. o GERMAN AT VERSAILLES PAHIS, May One ot 'fame lo VoMalllca today willi Co.iinV veil Drockilorlf-Rnnlzau .Mas yon one (it tlic bf'lllo'rcichstani, Icon at, a well aUeiiaed meelin's o[ Ihe mines. Biacfcic local ot .hero on Saturday.. TliO' local also' endorsed (Ins of. Mr." dial Ilio Macloocl conyen'llou several names in noihina'liod and al. n future convention the larmer uoiitjtlans meet again lo select from IhQX'anilld- ale 16 contest the next federal elec- in Ilie Local -K A. .H ADVISES MINISTER OF. v B f .liny .i.. UriiisTlX'olunxbia reJeralion of. naji' ivired tue of labor advlsliiEHie (jranliiig '--f ol an inlo Ihe (le- ]niinds-of the coal miners ot 'DIslrirUS, J3.3I. W. of-A.'-THe nistricl: InrAil-Jes the- Nest 1'ass ami Allierta coal Sports in Afternoon ;md Lodge tion in I iiklcki Ilio rc-Iiov.ins JolcKalcs to the Macleod cmiviiiilioii: IsRa'c'Lnycraft, Willinm Farrell, Sam'Urown, K. -II. Tom Cnllaglian John The lllat-hic fa.rmbrs al ineellu-i also eitifcascd "several pro" nounted viesvs on the various IcarisSuos tlial arc'- exncctctl lo collie ill) at Ihc Mackod convcntiolij bin will] fotnc of the' Piie-alicrs co-oiicra- Honivas Ihe-kcynoie. Trio'HlncMc i.oc'al haa a member- ship ot about GO ami has made of Tco-opornllve oVner- sliip and operallorixnt a'loenLlumlier yanl. The lot-al TJ..6. V.. grain cleva- lor Is'ulso one of llie biggesl; tand- marks of (his lown. Ceremonies in Tvcc Phmtcrs Uusy All; Quiet At Winnipeg; Considers Troutle OTTAWA, May Announcement. itas Diadc fn Iho house (his oflcriiDon thnt Henaior minister of, labor, would leave for VfimiJncg (u- Mr. ColilU raised the of the slr' 4o rcjiurt In I "beyond Ihiit which lifia appear- iti [lie said ifuu. A. i (he opened, in new K. McLean. eondnucs (tiiKt1 Indeed. Unk- and uillkmcii nro carrying on Imsl- wild llmlla- .reatniiranlfi arc-offin lo the public, Tlic minister cf laljor loaves -.for Winnipeg llil.i ovonfiig ami con- Riders tlint tffc BidiRlioii' not littn ntlvnncetl in any way by Ihnuglit' lie was in conftrcuiru with Acting I'rinitf -Mitilsler White Ihlg, morning. This iiiliiistcr htis been Informed llic workers of j-cBlcrdny look .1 vote as to whether ilicy would strike in sympathy ivilli Llic Winnipeg strikers. lie lias not teen a'd' vlsort ol 11m result of tlic vote. At 1 b'clocK it was stnlcit by n inin Isldr oC the crown thai llinte would lie no aimoitucciiiciitj al firc'seni (n regard eflr. v No Lomond-Btackie Charter Ono, flfscoverr or Mr. DnclifliiBn's thai Is a surprise (s Ihe fact iftau'no charter txisls fur n Iln6 IritiA I.frnioii'Jk iveatwanl to Dlacklc." CONGRESS COrtVEfcES .May. itfj-M'rbmirtly nt nOon lodfty, coiifrcss ihcl'tn cxtr-i- ordinal RCPSJOU, with fMpvibllrnnd ii( tlio Tlie