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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DsFHimiDGe, ALUKHTA. VVKDNKSDAY. MAY 2S, l-ll'l _ lIJTISifGOVERNMENT TO BIG HELIUM GAS II I Monster War Industry Wi "ILL Extract HeliumFor Airships From Alberta's Natural Gas j Consider !or General-Strike in Lethbriclge-Toronto Edmonton Postal Employees Still al Work, Claim thai Amount Was Damage Caused by Allied Blpckad -Offset'lo Allied Reparation Demands-Italian Uaun on Austin Boundary May Delay Handing Terms to Ausfcia-NanHand Ti'ealy. Fnday.Noon. VERSAILLES, May 28.-The German peace dejection! here learned today, will present a counter-calm ol I 2 850 000 000 marks for damage from the allied blockade I o i u vvo VCJII'S ilfjll, i i i i r I as an offset lo the reparation demands of lh.e allied powers, -n expcl.i lowns. The present plant al Col- Italians Are'Causing Delays y Hrilish can produce aiioiu 1 day 2-1 I'C'iils n cubic ......___ liy Ihc'Herald Ihc long dislnnce Iclephonr. The indiislry'praiiiiscs lo he. thiil I'rof. i has been successful j Island inul Uanivvcll Molds il is, Jcnl. of osliinalcd dial 200.000 cubic feel; nr Vvii-lrlina one ncr cent. ol osliinaicu umi 5 ffi j- r Local Trades and Labor Coun- been made lo presentee-treaty lo the Austrian delegates Friday noon, efforts by the "peace conference to reach a decision relative lo the southern boundaries of Austria have been delayed because'of the position of the Italian delegation. The Italians are linking questions regarding Austrian boun- darifes and ihe Dalmatian coast together, but the council of four hopes lo have trie Dalmatian question .postponed lor subsequent settlement: 'Both the council of four and the council-'ofaen had the southern boundaries consideration "today. President WIs.ODVnofitheiTenrescnU p.iAV.COMPROMISE ON iif nth'pi-ialilert rovcrnraen ii'OpiT.iliun ON ITALIAN, (S.BUES council-_of four is'making; a'determined to ct'ecl p.-EetUcrncnt ot Hie Italian question today. Andre Tarrtieu, of the French 'delegation, alter' consulta- tion ivith the flallin repreBenlalives. framed n formula overnight, which, il Is understood, follows general lines of n compromise. Premier Orlmido ivaa Rt the council meeting this allemoon there was said to he a lair chance dial he readie tills WON'T MAKE HUN PROPOSALS PUBLIC 1'AIilS. May Oernati coun- terproposals lo Ihe.afllcd peace lern.is, ihe Petit I'arlsicn says, will not ho ires bl auy oa demanded" tlial peace Ic giu-y willi 'an up-1 led a day al 2-1 wins n CIIUK wlicn'llie plaiil li-v Thus Lcllibridgc .will bo] "fan industry cd to jii'olcci llir ca.sc] slrike commillee to take charge In case a sympathy strike with Winnipeg is called. Meeting will also decide which plan will be ustd in counting the strike vole i oul. a r sliould break! U.F.A. and feet Together cleod Political :5nV Thus' Present- at Mile-' t Is areued. au abandonment nt the '-1 majority either way will decide or whether each of the 11 affiliated unions' taking the vole will decide (Sr itself and remain al work or go on strike according "to the way Ihe ballots are marked. The re'iull of tht__vot'e will be known Friday, if a strike is called it will go Into effect day next a.l noon. Saskatoon workers-are out but have left the Canadian Pretailele- graphers at.work In order that the' outside world may get straight news of the strike situation there and not be left dependent on ihe 'wild ru'm'ori' which" have -marked t Is argued, au abandonment n .11 points by the would 1m z bitl-cli of a legal'r.grcem'elit inj a dictated pence- ivould a breach VI a give'i promise- The section uill deal 'with the con- Iradlclion between, the draft of Ihe and previous assurance.1; from entente statesmen anrt. Ihe. general idenlj pi Its rigiilsT V- Countcr-tfroposala wiir.declare lhat UlC lerms of peace completely Ignore the tact lliat Germany has replaced mi "imperialistic, and irresponsible government" by a democratic May Be Named Today; made public iiulil the'allied answer has hcen sent' to tbe Germans. CAN'T HAND AUSTRIAN3 THE COMPLETE TREATY 1'AItlS. May SS.-- (Associated I'ress) entire, trenty can not he pre- sented lo Ihc Austrians In the Ilrst iiiBlancc., 1'lie clauso relatidE' to Fiiimc, as well as thnt military and nav.il reparations, will he omitted for the present.- These clauses will bo Inken up at subsc meetings ol Ihe council and the communicated lo the Austrian delegation later. The Jinan rial lerms were settled today by the The treaty will-be handed Ihe-Am irlans In RL (Jenualn palace drawing room is furnlJlicd and finlaliei cntlrelj- In red. A member o! thi Austrian dolcgallon upon Inapectlni the room said: "All Innt 15'necessary to complete Ihe scene is tho eieculloner's Mock. BASIS Or GERMAN COUNTER PROPOSALS 05rman counler-proposals lo the lernn ot treaty 'of p'eacc will in tbn opcnlnt 'pciitin argue for Iho ciislfcicp of QBT- inanr't contractnr.il ilgtit io laJul en Prejidcul Wilson's H ininu lecniue (he cnten'.o .najlons to iionce on "Uiat nr.'l neillicr ona nnd Ihol Germany fn her vropos al! tor a league ot nation's lias :i Ihcrcd lical fiction in bolli federal .and, pro sliliereS-in Hie MacIcoJ icd- oral constituency teiUired Ibe yro: ceedlngs ol Hie first day's conven- tion ol oiie hundred nnil twenty-one farmer delegates assembling her? on a Sfiirt Itcporlcr) May Slibnie. League interests into en- League interests no en- lorsailon ol the United farmers'-poi- 1 jjeitmvcil on Them Hecoralion [he iiriuclplo ot a limitation ot rmamonls. "11 would be difficult to one cclion read, "what different condil oha would bavo been Imposed on an inVorJalliLlr. government. Tliq solcnn ssurauce ol OruaT- Ilrilali mi1 the Unlled Slalca th'nt '.he peace Trould rjght and nol b violence liavn nol y rcgarillnK territorial quutlona." CANADIAN BISLEV COMMANDANT LONDON, Burland, ot Montreal, ijas been avpoinlcd com- m'andanl ol the Cnnaillan Uialoy team. Women cornpelllora will lio admllted for to the r from Aldersycie oh llic north unnniBins'cn the wc-sl. of Air Korcc De- volion tO'Dufy G. Haw- :er- nnd Grieve arrived-here from Thurso. utter re rnlitlcal problem, ot ll.e.day weVej ____ C. tWs solulion in. Miller, II CirecnBolil ot Wcsllock. llirecl V. Sponcer. -'James liunilrcil .milcii norlliwcsl of MacleoJ 51 p.p.; r. B. Halnes, Slran- ai chairman ably 'piloted .llic'debate ghnn, 0. lleJIund. X. Ilerecr. nn LUM, ...i._.l.i_ rnvninr: I _ .._____ I' ivhich was not aa lo wlietlier f.irniera Orton_j. jtcMurray, JI. Hands. celvcuj'.ty Kins GeorBC ham tills morning. ou Hawker and Grif-VCntiie'inBisilia of air force Cross. They-are.llie nr'at actual reel- 'lilenls At Ibc order. An iumlOuEC croivd galhcrcil in trout ct Buckingham Palace lo witness j the arrival nt Ilawkcr and Grieve, who were, louuly'cheered, wben they made their The crowd alsoi gave tnem'an 'ov.ilion when (hey lett Ihe _ -1 torce cross willi'wliidi Kinj j George decornled Hawker anil-G.rlcvo is a new Honor which ia beslovoil for. "devotion lo 'duly.1' Had Enough" Gas LONDON'. May SonwiUil airplane driven by. Harry Hawker on Ills unsuccessful attest to fly across llio Atlanl'ic, slartal from St. Jolii-.s ijiply of sasolinc ol 340 gal- the news of the No wire service wilh Calgary or Edmonton ficlal messages snB messages, of deaths. Postall employees in Edmonton did not go onl strike. il still isolated and only fragmentary of the strike Is available. Senator Rob- trlson, minister of-labor, Kas taken a strong stand against what he terms the activities of the.O-.. B. U. In an effoil. to' secure con- trol of the machinery..or.gqv'in- rnent Word comes trom Winni- peg that Ihc'strlkert there, who. have been out ilric'e 'greatly heartened by the fact that strikes have taken place or are likely to take place In al.l Ihe AL berta and Saskatchewan clllej. Toronto has postponed, general strike action till Friday at 10 a.m. Sir Robert Borden is acting "as Intermediary. That. In effect, the strike lltua- lion in Western Cansdi today. W.llli wire service between Winnipeg. Cal- 'gary and Edmonlon cut uff. mid.only service allowed wilb Saskatoon, the slluaiifpu 15 srosiES more aggra- Taled. Locally some ol the InrmB-depend, ing on Winnipeg or Calgary whole- salera for supplies are finding that slocks in some insUnces ire runnlni! i short and cannot be replaced Ihls side lo! Toronto. However, there appears to Ihe plenty 'of: m.casa.ot Een-: Icral strike here, 'with the pubic 'services guaranteed; very little In- unless llio 'drag along for several weeks. Tonighl'a rilceling "of the wees. _ Trades and Labor Council promises (4 lio' (he moat Important, ever bold lir tliat hodr'aml a large allenclaiice-is _, eipeclEil as important'prob- lems lo he setllert. The strike in the coal mines.13 over shadowed by (he larger general strike situation. Tliera Is nothing new in tbe coslslrike eicept tnat there daes not'apncfir.lo be the among the 'men. Some non-union nien are' working and Ihe operators are managing lo Jioep their.mines tree.of, water and eases. Up the Pass Ihd grealesl inconvenicnco is fell in the culling oft o! light services in some' o[ the towns. Railways are said-.to h'ave-a coal reserve spoil tor aUltasl three months. would act politically hut as lo whether j wiin auiipij ft Ions Half Ihls amount had ueen used wneu the alr'flane.'nliBblcd in the sea near iiie ;ramp steamer Mary. In talklrig ot tlic voyage Lieut.-Com- rnander .Oriove said loday that in his opinion the tllture'ot aerial lies in Uic perfeclto.il1 pt wireless equip menl for, alrpfanes hi' whicli Ihe ma rtines nliiy be. guided. r the King's prize Tor Ihe-first lime. ricaiutML i Ilowcr, Mr. H W.-wood. president ot l.lie u, t. 1 k. Anil Canadian Council of UNITED FARMERS NAME TWO-ONT; r. his been chofe'n U-.F.O. cmdtilate -for v .North nrnce al the neit provln- clal election, and Johl'Ford, of t Trafalgar, vtt nom.lnated ai er t; u KG. tor Ijallon. if ff i., ft tf 4 7 4 lure outlined Iho United Farmer; The were clmrnploned Jnracs Welfl liic Non-Parlizan painr. 'The oullook, Is lhat auinlgnmallon ot Ihc N'on.Parlizan Lcngiie l- cd Karmcra 'polllical rnovemciit will tomorrow in Ihc Schamin. Alild.V Gefieral Strike, Toronto, Postponed TOHONTO. al the conclusion of the strike confer- ence last night dispatched Ihe lollow- Ine lo Sir llouerl Borden eiirlv this 'FollowlllK your very kind long conlcrcncc. ol workers.ami employers iv.na held irmanEiit solution irril'cil Al. Uie'ir Rn airp lilnckie- II. Farrell, S. Brown, ..TH. Callaghan, K. P. nre.hnanam. uttcinpt lo cross the Atlantic in Laycrofl, Ift HlacliW-oon. f Macleod-J. B. Rdgnr, J. A. Weaverr. .1. llerncr, W .11. Shield, K A. Adaliis, II. Mclnlosli, J- I- Fawcelt, bodies in Ihit constituency In Provincial Field Too ;u i MI in _ Inul "nn 11. inmorrow in the K Uodgener, J. II. Maclean, Mrs. liar- a collMitlllion acccplaule