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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMK XII. LET11BIUDGE, ALBERTA. MAY 29, 1U10 MIMHKR 11'2 Big Four to Deal With Hun Counter Proposals Today Adriatic Issue Sclilement Now Certain, makingTiume Free Press Declares German Counter-Proposals U. S. Dissatisfied With Treaty, Thus Tiy- ing to Stir Up Dissension, f PARIS, May cpimter-proposals formulated by the German delegation at Versailles have been delivered to the French authorities. The proposals probably will go before the council of four of the peace conference at this morning's session. Adriatic Issues Now Settled PARIS, May was slated in high' quarters this morning llial a Settlement of the Adriatic question is now a cerauily, as a result of the negotiations of yesterday and last evening. Under the settlement Fiume, becomes an in- dependent city. The Italians'will receive certain of the Dalmatian Islands but it is understood that they will not get Zara or Sebencou. BERLIN PHESS CONDEMNS c COUNTERPROPOSALS liny The conscn-allro press o[ Berlin condemns tbc counler.- proposals to the peace' terms submit- ted Ly 'Germany, especially the flnan- cJal njid imJUiry concessions which are Granted. Tho rail-German Uazellc brands Ibe reply as aml-tlie Posl Bays: German people arc dooined to slavery between tii'O masters until n hew Germany arrives to .break the chains." The Kreuzer la skeptical of the success ot the counter-proposals, de- pplce n-liat it calls! Dnnt von Brock- do'rft-nautzau'a anrt Tagellsche Rundachau says: 'The Gsrroiin reply l> [ully depresslnEas the'enlenta lenni, GERMANY'S COUNTER- PROPOSALS RE BELGIUM f WN, May !S: (Associated .Accordlns lo "a- Beml-oftlcial irliich 'oCEerf to pay in her counter- lo.llio peace ternis trill. In-. chida.euiiii eolne to Belplura ifalnr-l advances uy (he allies and the rains of. all military _an3 civil properly sur- rendered by Germany since the armis- tice. II la further upon terri- fnrlal arrrraKcmeiiis; Ihal Is, .It the imperial Ecrrltory Is reduced, to IJQ pairt nmst distributed, oe correspondingly ami for Instance, bearing tliclr pro- portionate shares.. CONSIDER STATUS CATHOLIC MISSIONS I'ARIS, May .Monslgnor Gar. rtltl, papal under-secrctary, lias ar- rltod In Paris, representing tlie pope, to discuss the status of Catholic mls- Blons throughout the }J_o lias not been received I hy iho .council on account of (he London pact providing Iha'L representatives or the One1 of Alberta's Unfls Speeding gina trolii Known _...... I HA.MFAX, -VS., Miy riuivport Reglna, which arrived last Trite, j 353. Cana fllan Including arid 10th ilalionary.'LpspItii Vnlls, dochei at. pier No. 2 shortly alter 7 o'clock UiM -.Embarkation com nie'ricCil al 8.45. A half-hour. lalor the llegina backed out from (he pleK Her berlli "subteqnenllr occupied by, the which also arrived over nishl. Tbo ioUonlng officers arrived on Hie Heslna.- I Military District- Is'o. 12: Cap! Walker, Portage, .Van. No. 2: Major Kaniloops B.C.; Lieut. K. B. Emery, Calgary: XD. K: Umi. JI_iJI..EcWe, Ottawa. .No. Major T. Siilh.crl.inil, Xorln Batlleford, Sask.; Can.l. J. S. Wrilteslrte, New Weslminaler.' No. 10: Captains .1. IX (Irinisdlck. j Winnipeg; C. A. .Midwinter, Winnipeg: ,H. Q. Ollfte, Winnipeg; IJeul. R W. Beck, Ko. Uenl.-Col. Hi B. -Jliinro, PREMIER BORDEN DOING HIS BESTlStrike Situation AVERT GENERAL STRIKE, TORONTO! Is Little Changed Vancouver Votes May Conteronces n eadcaTor to Toronto trlXe will bo continued Ihla aflernoon. This morning Ihe pirlies to Iho dis- pute were in consultailon mem- bers ot ibe government (roio Ifl until 1 o'cloct. This afternoon employers n the1 mctalflniclez on ono haud ami employees on Ihe oilier bapi will meet to forjiuilate proposals. Tbey will te considcrerf. at a Joint niecllns of employers find cuiployeen lo d at ".30. At 5 o'clock the liva par- tlca will meet Sir Hohtri Ilor- and members o[ tUo fitblncl. Want WeeV A sharp divergence ol ojiln-ou over ie qucjilon uf lion re was indicated at this Hcprt- Bentatlres of (Jto men, on Ihe one Land, urged Ibe il-bour veek as a means oE moiling unemployment, es- pecially emphasizing that irflli EQ ny iiii'n returning (o tivll occiiiu- the 44 lion r iveck Ivas uecessiiry. mjiIoyerB, on the other hanil, ar- Ihnl a week would place (Item at a eerJous dlsaJvanlage In inftctlng Internalional Were Iho 4-Mitmr week adopted, thty argued, Ihe volume: of buslnesa vroulj IJG allctteil when I licit, in its inrn, uld read lo iJic (lisrclvanuge of labor as well