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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta "VOLUME xn. ALUWWA, MAY 23, NTMHKH 133 Council of Four Busy Finishing Austrian Terms 'Will be Presented Next Chinese Decide lo Sign with i Certain U. S. Proposed as Mandatory for German Delegation Now at Spa Will j Winnipeg Situation Brighter Commissioner and Local Labor Men Informed Miners Adamant, By Wire From Labor Minis All Set For Strike in Wiiniipi'y look be readied Relurn Sunday, more hopeful is indicated by U.e following wife from ll.r Minist- er ol Labor, who is I here1, lo Mr, Hamsun, of .he tost of living hoard. ;it C.a.Lpiry: PAIUS. May council of tour met this and dis- cussed the military term! and relative to priioners of war which will be Incorporated In the with Auitrla. Military attended the icitlon. CHINESE SIGN WITH RESERVATIONS I'AKIS, May Chinese nel- tiatlon to tho peace conference understood to have retched a decision lo sign Lho treaty of peaco wllu res- ervations relative to Kiao-L'hau and Sbanlum. LL ll Elated this will not tbt, treat? a: a whole and will preserve the rights of Cbtnn. CLEMENCEAU WOULD NOT TELL TERMS PAHIS. May fleuienc- declined today to comply Nvitli Uis demand from Ihe budget committee ol 'the- chamber ot deputies for the rom- tnunicallnn of Ine teit of Iho pe.ue treaty. said Uiai the French BOV- agreed nil tlio allied and associated not" lo lid teit of tho treuiy of ita signature to their re- spective DELEGATION WENT TO SPA VERSAILLES, 23-Counl von Brockdorlf-RantiAu and his colleague-! on the peaca delegation wbo left Parli yealalday Tor Spa tipecleil tOiVilurn on Sunday. There ia no in- dication that their abaenee la inter- ruplinsT Ihnrprofreia of Ihe peace treily' work.. '-v MAKE u. s. MANDATORY FOR CONSTANTINOPLE PAHIS, May 1'rcssl J hirrisuil, MorEenlhau, former United. Stales ainbiiBador Lo Turkey, has sub- mitted a. msmoraridiim to President Kill on concenilut tht proposal thai tbe United nliould become man- datory for ConiUnlliiopIe. 11 Is un- derstood lhat he fiiori (be incluiioij ot Conilanllnople, Attella And Armen- ia uDtler one man dale as being arJ- for niJminiMrelive powers tor combining a Urse seclUm ot north- ern Asia Minor under one mlnlstratloii. President Wilson's recommendation relative !o (iccepllnB a mandate ?or Consttntlnoplo will bear largely upon the report of an allied commission created today for Ihe Investigation of conditions in Syria. TLe commission wHI leave Immediately to study outeet but winding up in exciting icenes. Early In the afternoon, Mr. Nicholson of Alnoina, had moved an amendment to refer tht report lo the committee with Instruct7one to strike all the para- graphs except the reference to ftercditary. There considerable crill- clEm durlng-'lhe debate that the report was and the final rejection of the amendment by 96 to 42 cames somewhat ai a aurpriie. iThere were syc minisltra of the .fltivernmeni in the house, three, Sir Thomas. While, Mr. Burred and Gen. Mewburn, voted for the amendment. Three, Metsn. Car- Crerar jv-d Rowell, voted against H. OA opposition side of Ihc KoUafc, one member only ed for the F. Kay, of MIsslsiqiiDl. Subsequent to rejection amendment, the resolution of con- currence In the committee1; re- port declared carried on division. 'Hie miners dactara lhat il IK ui> to j Commissioner Armalrong to roalte the I drat move. Oa the other band, the coil rom- Imlas'oner ?2Ts the move must come from the miners, ha hatinj gone 1 so as to coDEtm to a board ot arbitration lo all QQ his own order. Ill, wliU'h, is the immediate cause ol the strlVe. The declare II Li an Investigation along the linen demanded by them, or there will lie no more negotiations. Tbe deadlock Is noiv complete acd there Is ITUle to Indicate It -will lie broken in Ite rneil IKIUH. ._- Reporls from local sources', today l Indicate thai Ilia mlneTE T.'enL .down this morning for (he express purpose of bringing up their' lools. There are several of I hi rlke nuw opening thai are Uifferen' from ibose In ihty field. In (hi past. In ibe Urst place, (lie strike Tina been predpllaled wilhout Inlernti- lioual sanction, and Iherefore'no slrlbe aid be [orlhcooiiog from the lu Uvrnlional. The rninera -will he coiuptlled to lire OQ Ibelr re- sourc-ea during Ihe term ot Another inleresllup feature Is Ibat Ihe O.D.U.. though B3 yet nol oHiclal- Ij- orEanlzed, wilt ba the guiding or- gonlrilion ou the sidB o[ ihe meu. A cunvenlion Is lo be held in 02 J.tb Ic rfikb will officially en-l District No. 18, U. M. ot A., EO far as Ihe majority ot Ibe miners U con- cerned. is anUctpated ihal O.B.V.' win endeavor lo call e OTTAWA. .May' llic cqm- plelion of tbe ot Ihu Rovern- menL'i y.ans lor the repatriation of Canadian eoldlen, Vincent Massey, of Toronto, todaj- rea.RnEfl Ihe director- ship of the repatriation com rait LCD of tha gorernmenL office of director ha? been rliv conltnued "and the activities or tlic. trill bo carrleil on tmdc: Iho sctrctaryahly of Major C. U. Topp, D.B.O. has recently re- turned from England, where Le has the last three niontha aa over- OpecialrloT'-The-Herajd.) 1 deputy mlnUt'tr. of-agriculture for the province hat :recelved: notice from lha Hveitock branch Ot- tawa lhat callle thai were moved north, last year.oji accauntJof carcity of feed In'the southjwill require, lo bV-Ioade on or before the lElK id'ay" of June Iin to rite.for .-returrti HALIFAX. May ,lhrce Imnsporls lhal arrived al llalifoi lind rcli.mlnfe tblJleVa ivho landed nml were [orw.-.nled lo their dispersal Declares Only Quio-k and United r, x Save Canada V Fr TORONTO; May Ihe point, of.- view regarding iKc post period.> of reconstruction delivered.before Ihc Empjre Club; here ycoterday, R..C. Hendtrs, president "of! the lion, uttered a strong -jppea'i Tor unanimity among Canadians in. dealing wilh the problems which this period will pre'sent.' Only' Cfuick and unilcd action would, he Eafd, SAVE this country from the conditions which prevail 'in Russia I areas. The Mlnnekhndn arrived last, represenlaUvo ofjthc commitlee. j enuring Ihe harbor nl night. The Cun- J anl 1incrT5arorila was tbe [imt to cuter jiorl, cuming In early this mornlne, with The NorLhlnnil was Ihe sec- ontl to nrriTC, Ijer list numbering Tlie men left on 17 Iralna. U look olght trains to iransjiort. the men fro in the Cnronln, four, (or thoie from llic Northland and live I or Llic Miimclriiaila. The firal at 3 nm.and'lhe Jaat al LONDON. May fore- ts nre rnplilly approaching relrograd from.the'woatj according lo an official stAlcmcnl ot Ksthonirin nrmy lieadouailera aiii received here. The Icsl'of'tliG statement rp.iils: ''The TKilhonlaTia are" advancing iwiltlj> toward the town ot Ynmburg Iho railway stalloua al Wclmarn end MoIofiXowizy, on llic Narv-i-Fclrogrart line, have been tnretl and town or nnd several "villnges near on tho Finnish fiuif.'liaVc hrcn This brlrigg tho EalhonlanH within 50 miles of rnA. TORONTO MAN PLANS AN ATLANTIC FLIGHT TOHO-NTO. May Haincs. n aviator, plans a flight over the1 Atlantic Tor the Daily Mail prize, and juay use mnchinc designed by Victor Cnrlslrom. who flew trbiii C-hl cogo to York-in 1017. CLOUTH1ER DISCHARGED QUEB Tho following ofUcers for Ihe weal ihier, arrlrnii llic Miiinehhadt: -..Llc-u'endnts J. H. Onk.'Victoria; JI.' A. Lamb, BISECI'., Kdmonton; Mnjor A.H. couver; Jtajor O.'Hobsbn, no adrtreaa; Cdpl. II. J. L. Pearce.-Calgary; T. C. Ilulchlngs, Calgary; Lieutenants O..'.1ack. Vancouver; V. conver; Vf. O. SlonacT, Vancouver; Lieut. H. lira SB, 0. Oanl, Edmonlon; 'NurBins Sltlcr K, Calgary. May military ftovornor of Snloiilki has made- R ntntc lo the Athens agenty Iliat Hal- inli troops, Xfre puarrtlng Unlsar- Jan prisoners In Maccdonk and Uiilfar- la, had pcrnilllcd S.OfiO'Df Hie IlnlgnTit In tlfelr rhnrjc Lo In comiuciiilur on ,lhl3 report Ihc, .lourml dci Balkans urgcR iliht all llal- l.-ln Iroops jihouJd bo irciflbvcil. f Tliilearlaii IcrrUory. U iluL'llicrc Is no reason for'Uic HaJJany (6 rcninJil j tlicrc lhat their prcscncn only (.iiiaea >7liitli may troiiblcrome cvc.nla., BULLETINS DESMAN CABINET CRISIS r Way Prest.) The tjre of Chantcllar Schledtiiflanni Count voW hsrd Dernberg and Dr. Btll, the .colonial cauasd a rt- mmption of rumors of. a cabinet rupture. Reports of In the cabinet have been most prominent during Ihe pail few dayi, Tht .hid an anl- mattd leiilon today, wnfch-retuli- ed In Schlidimanh and litvlni ttrlln. EVACUATE MOiCOW JAMAICA 60VERNMENT HAS BIO POWER SCHEME Tne ,larrlalca: a plan Ib niid' nil of tiYo Islnml, Tho project In- X. .MSy 22.-L- governdienMH consider- current Iho of rnil- r Bol. have begun Ihc evacurtllon of Meicotf. fo'iriparta brought from io'titipen- hagen by travelUri'and fcrWard- ec) by the telegraph' Company. Typhut raglilff In and the there It. detporMeL; TLe slrifce Is jtles, sad. the by.'tht public.' heen'-pfllflttfd'.oii" the bpardg today, calling "ill nieri'In and about Ihe mine's ot -.iiiir C'rbff'B Nest-Pass Cornpanj-'e mines al Greet lo cease worK at (f'me all employees -are ordered llio mines fanmeii end punipmen. fhta -.'action "hflR 'Ijeeri; loiig }ev peclcd, IL -created'' no 'eiclteinent or dtBCusslon. and, eTerybody -is. golnf; about Iheir bushicss.iii the ciao naim in idem the other ley Had suddenly .dnys, A long time lost, on ac- President Beatty of C.P.R. Holds put Little Hope For NeW Unes Jn 1919 count ol the 'Ilu, aihl ibe" children jTvill suffer" if there should lie any Irnore losl mue. Mosi ol the teachers havo -been iTonoccLnil with the local school for several years, wheTe-.lhey have made many ot whom regret Jo licar of their early moral. Travelling on, Iho privnlc car "uilmcd niter ttie place' where he w.isf'born. in Ontario, Presi- dent Ueatly of Iho C.P.H., accompan- ied by Colcmaii anil SupcrinLcmlenl famnron, togetlicr Superintendent MacKlnlosh, met Ui'o I'Arly at. Medicine'lint, arriv cd In the city Ihls morning, j The of the C.l'.H. la mak- ing Jiis first official visit to the weal and I.i on Ills way tti Vncouvor, via ilie Cron-'i Neat line rclnnnriK cast by thoj main line. While in Hie clly Ihr iwrly irerej taken on a" lour to-the Coaltlale dla- irict, tlic Experimental Farm, ami No. j G mine. With the visitors on UiO tour i7ero Mayor. Ksrdlc, President' 314r- noch, of Ilitr llpiinl of Trade, Mcasrg, Macteny, Jo'lin (forne, D. K. Harris. A. T. K. Spnouer. lutcrrlGwod by- NIB Itcmltl rrcsliten'f lleally did noL hold nny hope for; tho the Klpp lo Tr'en Springs Jlno al (lio. prnsenl lime-, TKrs1- LpLhbrlilKO-Weyburn liiio'wafl reRfirrt- (tutlo .out.o[ Hid fnicstloii wilh'- the tost il-would entail, So Iin-'- nicdiatc rail why, construction .'iti cbncerneil .Iho only ifcflnllc'; atftlcmcnl Mr, UeAlly could thai llio line from Acme lo Em vronlil be proceeded with Immcdlalely. Must Move In rulutloii. lo llio service on ific Crow's Nesl President IIcalLy Jte could oaly aoj- U would bp. lusttlled when the Colfimarf, T. (Special (o The The- eneir and pumpmen ot tic I al and McGHUvery minep liave re- ceived word lo cease -irorh al 3, v.m. Salurdaj, when the strike will be ou. Pll.lEttDFJ CEDAll" n'AFjDS, May Tha list >ol (lead- In lbe''ftra and plosion til- the DougUs starch plant now numbers rilne. Two addlllonal bodies.were recovered to'lay. Two im) identified men a liospitQl'laal night, i The liat'of scrlonslyjojurcd in the hojpilala number.24 and'iUia'bc-: Heved lhat many of Ihem will The coroner announced :thli "morn- ing Lhat he will begin an Investigation.' circurngfancei justified il. Thorp, was n. great, deal of adjustiront ID be gone I trough as-llie during the I measures, jand io get back'lo. Ihc norrnal would require (lie utmost'car G anj conaldar- Atloii. With Increased of Inbor '.ind other.things tbere would be JiceJ of the greatest- clrtumepectioii. As tlifngift'.era at present (he r.iilnr-aya In (he Slates arc. spending a. dollar and four cents for every dollar earned. AL the sIBllon to. meeL -dent of the.C.P.H. Judge JAckson who win L'nlveriUy with him. Cowley and Lundbrek Protest Proposal to Gut Those Towns Off All-Red Route to Coast -1'f.i.ti STILL. RIJIN5 KKK.NJfc, The Blfc rlrer .BLill Veeps TlBlilg and Is now beyond (he Tha high, warm; of. if continued through (he urlnj the 'flood lo Us cliaal wlllilu Iho ociL two or three' >PRESIDENT E. SEATTY Tomorrow (Safin-day) bfiinff a public holiday, ihero be i ;