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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY IRRIGATION rjOMBER IN DEMAND 'e _____ Upwards oi two thou'saod ei- tr.-i copies ot the Irrigation De- velopment number have, been Any funher drders Fliould be lu before Saturday. Ouno 70i. .The 'Herald can supply map's ot: the areas lo bo Included In lha Irrigation dlsirlcts as shown in this num- ber. Orders for these can be placed el any time. Plenary Session Meeting in Set i-ct Today to Hcur The Clnuses CLEMKNCKAU UEPL1ES TO TWO GERMAN NOTES May The secret Vlenary session, ot tho peace con- -ferenca.WJioarJhe reace lerms to be submitted to the Austrians met at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The doora ot thu i'renth torcieti office, were closed promptly at the hour npimlutcd for the'incetmg. No Terms Till Monday PAH1S, May 81.7-Imllcatlons are that the presentation ot the. terms' to the Auslrinn dele- cation will lie 'postponed beyond Monday, when it had been cxuecl- >cl these 'would be handed over. The plenary session ot the peace this afternoon will de- cide Ihe question. Replies to Hun Notes 1'AIUS, May Premier Clem- enccau, as president ot the peace conference, toilay replica to the last two German notes: The offi- cial statements on the replies have not yet been issued. Keep Hun Gold In Europe PA111K May Economic, experts wllb Iho different delegations at the peace conference aro making a clone study of. lha. disposition to bp made ot the sold jyhlch the Germans -are ravitig'.for food 'supplies. This cold is being'siilpped Wo Belgium and stored In tho Belgian'halional bank, llealu urb old AREKEPULOSEDi Miners Strike Committee issues Must lie Under Ran Yank( Seaplane Makes Flight to Plymouth in ;1 Last Leg Over Atlantic; I PLYMOUTH, May 31 heTmerican seaplane N. C. 4 j ill arrived here from Fen'dl, Spain, at 2.26 o clock this alter- ff i naval flier came into view off Plymouth at 2.23 (local three minutes later he dropped down in the harbor. Made Flight in 7.46 LONDON, Stales seaplane N. C. 4 left Port Ferrol, Spain, for Plymouth at 6.4U o'clock this morning. walers ot the harbor'U- ihe arcom payment of cheers from the trom and salvos from nil tho steam era! In trans-Allantic trip had Tho N. C. 4 made the iriuin C hours and 50. minutes at u rataoi cBpeclal to Herald) KKEIK1H, May the day is the evil thereof." seems to this message be soaking Into lhe mlndi ol .many j Head: people In Fernie. MAY TRY FLIGHT HOME PLYMOUTH, May has be-n learned unofficially there it a prospect that the American sea- plane N.C. 4 might fly home ovtr the direct Atlantic route from Ire- land to Newfoundland. It is stated conference will be httd here-shortly to discuss the pro- ject. Daniels Conorjlulates WASHINGTON, May After nows came of lhe arrival oi tlie N. O. Ticket- Men In U.S. A. Will Commercial and Press Tele- graphers Will Be Tied Up Monday at OncJD'clock to Force Recognition of Un- Girls To Join Movement. Think Winnipeg Strike Likely to Be Settled Soon IQiVa L'HIUQ UL me I Secretary ot the Navy Daniels sent to LieulA'ohitnaudcr eau. i Alt the people ot Amerit-a are hap- suviu t.t ,1V OTCr vour successful flight, which day brlnja out some new h'as btmn'm epoch making event In the ture In relation to the strike oondl-. Uato ture In relation to me ouuui-. mstory oi uiu v.unu. t'OM aid change after change ions ana greetings am pine, in the mlnda ot the public.! Noted Trip nf ihn action Ine strike PLYMOUTH. May o( the vrorld. My rongratulal- d good wishes. placa in me nimua v, s a result o! the action tif Ine strike ommlttea In sliultiiig 'dbwn: tbe cily power plmnl, tas much adverse crUlctcm ot their, by 16 PUbllC iaSl Ul uvl Today the criticism lias taken an- time. (1.26 p.m. Greenwich (her course, and lhe strike committee I Keen interest in tlie evehl and ;he epnis to have scored-a hit 111 their I fmc ,VCalher which followed tbe rainy X------'- PLYMOUTH. May 31--The Eea- pljne X. C. completed her long flight 15 from United States toilay. Sho ar- ty rived here from Ferrol. Spain, on lhe llasl jump'ot her'journey at 2.26 p.m. ...jn rermrding I lie power planl. 'Much secret-negotiation was lulgefl In during'lhe. late afternoon dulged n urnge between the mayor and Ihe conimll- supposedly :over .the. light sub- uol much light leaked oul to k- IlllC IVCailier WHICH taint morning brought out large Vowds to greet.-the arriving teaplane.- The great wings o! the machine were made out bit the harbor at 2.23..and three nearly VI miles an hour. I.leut.-.Commander Read. ivho brought Ib'e seaplane across the At- lantic from Trepassey to the Azores and thenco to. Lisbon, had intended making lhe trip from Lisbon to Ply- mouth in one jump yesterday. He was compelled to light yeslerrlay morning i in Jloudego river alioul 100 mites up the Portuguese coast, however, he-1 cause of.cugiue trouble, but proceeded shortly as Ferrol on the uortli-. weslerirtip-ot the Spanish mainland, where the plane "was moored for the j nisht. proceeding early this jdorninE for the port Format Reception The formal reception hy the Slayo'r of Plymouth on the lower pier was set for 1 p.m. and it was planned to con- clude all the reception ceremonies to- day instead lit devoting two days to them; orteinalljvintended. To a reception b'n lhe IJniled Slates In tno Jjeigiaii iiaiiuim, ing-Uiere a general, dislurl credits -It- eql. lhe United Slalei advanced a hold tho melal where it Is as seciiril .which Would be gradually by shipment ot commodities- to' va ions' parts pf the world. They IB vrhich would assist stabilizing world commerce 'and eventually make the sold availably for the allies, who need It as a basis for their, currency. Is It a Warning? LONDON, May Mdresping the 63rd Welsh Division recently Premier said: "The future of the world depends upon'this peace being imposed in Ger- many. If It Is necessary Joj you lo march loward lierltn, it your leave is cancelled or II your departure lor Kngland is delayed, you know Hint 1 alone am responsible, so you had heller get, your firing parly out now. See lhat the seal is put on the docu- ment you helped to and Vre hav.etn world-wide peace." WASHINGTON, May cording to an announcement here by F McDowell, chairman of the executive comrhittes of Washing- ton district council, President S. J. Konenkamp, of the international commercial ttlearaphere, has sanctioned an ultimatum sent to officials of the American Tele- phone and Telejraph and other wire companies at Atlanta, Geor- gia, for. a nation-wide strike for the members'of the commercial union, a number of tele- nhnr.B onerators recently ch'arBcd In Atlanta and vicinity are reinstated by noon Monday. TAKE IN O. R. T. MEN It was further laid (that later the strike would spread to Order of Railway the membership of which numbers about Sanction of General Chairman A W. Carter, of the Atlanta dis- trict, In lendlna the ultimatum to th'e employers in his district >ald to have been telearaphtd to Mr. Carter from Montreal last night by President Kontnkamp. Members of the union lay that the action ;of the In dlscharjtng the Atlanta operators is in 'direct violation of Instruc- tions lii'ued by Postmaster-Gen- eral Burleson and that-the strike Is proposed as a The sirik Vote-LeadersExercisecl Sane Discretion--Whole Strike Oullook Distinctly More Hopeful For Early .Settlement- Wire Dispatched to Premier. ship Rochester-'there were invitations to British, and the American consul Strike Situationjn Tabloid This is the sixteenth day of the Winnipeg cided to postpone contempiaieo executives should the indefinite, lo be decided on uy tne i raucs.anu situation change. over Most of the civic employed Edmonton union men believe th. object, ot.a the firemen'will go on slrlke on unless .he city i i, in asked for some time ago. States may b, tied up Monday. The men Jeclare thi, 1. .h.w-dqwn. to.fcrce union. tued by PostmaiMr-urn- i uiere uo the focal Srr on foThMw! commerclaii the Announcement ect out icum-.i .he 'public as what-was tak- .UK place, t splvcfl todoy. wKen.Slflkdsniilletlh-Xo. 2 up on tlia-bblletln hoards. The 1 tin..reid.8 :as fbllows: i -rumor lo the refused lo nego- tiate the light question wllh the light! and water r "Further, the ftlrlke" committee are Tn-eparert to operate Ihojpower plant 'rom 5 p.m. nntil 'T a.m.. commencing. iohight, with Iho assurance; from the pplice conimisdoners: that; all hotel bars message .ays.thrt to lhe of Orenberg BoKneVIki aban- doned Tatlkevo unltt prei- Tlie nnsslan', wiroless announce tho Bolshcvlki bact their flank shown that lhe man the U. elect can till lhe bill. H would be a-sanguine man who would say when Hie election will lake place! He urged the farmers to be so organized that a personal canvas -be made ot every farmer who lives oh a farm In Alberta, so that even .11 an election be spriipg within a month.tlial, lhe farmers will be ready. A standing vote pf'lhanks was cs: tended lo lhe Press for. Iheir full and fair reports, to (he visitors. President H. W. Wood, vice-president II. Green- field, and Mrs. Parthy, president of the U.P.W.A.. and Oenera! Secretary II. Iligglnbotham. Mr. thanked the convention on behalf ot ihe I-cavlll band ami that they would ho heard Railway men Urge That Government Now Enforce Collective Bargaining inougn i tne hour "requires and all prac-J peg, they are against the sympathetic can strike on principle. ,M3 UCCn accomplislieil. Tho announcement'that the nmon orEanized labor now should. men-voting were slrongly in favor of k h a sympathetic slrlke Is taken lo mean that lhe collcclive vote, which In-1 cludds that ot Ihe miners wilo are al- ready on strike on a. grievance ot their own, showed a, majority hi fa- vor. That a majority of the local un- ions however did not favor a strike Is significant _ Leaders Praised There.was general relief Ihis morn promised again. Resolutions, were also passed en- dorsing apprec- iation in and declaring a dt-slre to co- HOT (DEBATE'ON' UMON OK K1HKS INf meeting ot (he cabinet was held this morning al wllich it is imderslnod, lhe strike situation was discussed. At its .con- clusion. Sir Hohert Bordon staled Wit I In Toronto May civic .ami provincial conciliators aro m conducted man-1 in a manner nerniits of little criticism, considering it's magnitude: Whether It was an ad- visable-step in the first place; la visaoie aiBii i" m.n question- of-' personal opinion. Tho grjjat majority ol Edmonton.organ labor 'considered that it was Justified. However, the Edmonton Free I rcss, mere .was geucirti ,cut, organ ot tho Edmonlon liiK when the result ot the meeting a j council, the central _ _ ._____ atnnlnv- -___ :lha vas anil several employ- .i_