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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME Xlt LUTHBIUUtiE. ALBERTA. WKDNKSDAY, JULY 1919 NT.MBKH 17i 7 GERMANY EXPECTS TO RATIFY PEACE TREATY NEXT WEEK Q R-34 HOPS OFF 0 TO FLY A CROSS A TLANTIC legislation For Hour Df Huns to Act Quickly To Lift Blockade and Get Prisoners Back PARIS, July Geunans expect to ratify the peace treaty the first of next according to-a note sent to ihe Allies. The note was one acknowledging the Allies' ,j stipulation that the blockade will be raised when the is The Germans also expressed the hope that Ger- j man war prisoners would be released at iKfe same time. Another Story OKWOKKEKSUKGBpj. BERLif jidy Deutsche Allgemeiu i Zeitung state that it is authoritatively informed that no pre- Q______________._________ I'LANS TOR PROTECTION' Left East Fortune. Scotland, at Dawn and Was 325 Miles Coast of Through Fog But All Making Average Speed of 45 Knots. IJ EAST FORTUNE, Scotland, July British dirigible R-34 started on her long-heralded j I'. This i trip to America this morning with very little more ceremony j than that which attended the departure of dirigibles ______ their monotonous North Sea patrol during the war. i I.ITEKATUKE RECEIVED Shortly before the first streaks of dawn broke over the! DIRECT FROM RUSSIA p'alns near here, ihe great airship was quietly taken oul'oh I its airdrome and turned around until her nose was pointed Zfor" wfl- Ttacommand givenwjcUhe MANSLAUGHTER VERDICT AGAINST SIX CANUCKS I-O.XDOX, July (C.A.P.) vei'diii of manslaughter was muntO'l by the eouuiy jury Kpsom agains! six j on j Mor Evidcn o John W. Bruto. lai's.-n for a maiEmum work dcvv nitli weekly rest of nut 'zf-s tliau "1 iKHJrs, tsiiecJaily for monies, fiJrh and government 10 tmflmploymeiit throu-ii; ytfb Tic; r.'orks tr> he'p the o: yprh'- homes, to iiljtrlj' ff f.hoRs airi to ;i bvfn for iiitin-it rial ton tic Ms fisprc'vo relations httv-'cvn employ Immediate inimtry by'i suggesteJ with n viow'.tqj htgUtatton Ea to ihe sysiccr of' proportion a I "representation In elections; also utRle against sickness. ly oiiiifl _old Other gttiGral np are: payment ot a 11 right of workers lo of ski to- HERALD'S 12th WEEKLY REPORT, CROP OUTLOOK Little Hain Pall Week and Farmers Tn Most Paris Look Now lo Get Only ..Their Own Seed Back Hoping" for Rain io Bring on Crops to Make Feet> to Save Fodder Rain in Bow Island District y May ResuU in .Getting Half Crop There. The laid, wltlcU upon investigation which has iieen proceeding for monihs. long before IX j thought in eg would have a thRJhuge envelope quickly rose. Before the height of 500 feel 1 1 T 'I was readied she lost to view m the mist. Travels 45 Knots an Hour tONKJN, July position of the R-34 at 8 o'clock this morning, Greenwich time, was 55 degrees 20 minutes i north latitude and 10 degrees 40 minutes west longitude Government 81-35 Fav- Crop report t; '.in Southern Alberta are front clieorful. In i fad, with DO ra ,v to speak of since it i lop report there is a tJecWeaiy pcssim I'rtic and i i- Its "eed hack it COUTTS_ (From Our uvvn CorifPiic-Il'lcril) LOU ITS. Juno best (hat be saiii for the i-roii ttinatlun lero is that if ive ect plenty of rait ocu tlie farmers will get back.ami will have plenty i gram against the spread of Eolshe- j viEiii, was carried out by the Iloyal NoithweKt Mounted Police under the direction of Ihe federal authorities. j Among the hon-iCi visited and i searched by iho mounted police were those of ine'u barl been prominent- 1 ly identified v.-ith the Keneral strike. i The homes ot Matthew Charitonoff and who arc now held in I Stony Mountain penitentiary, in con- ncctiou with the arrests ol June 17. were also visited. H is understood that among tile literature seized ivas some received direct from llussia. One effect raid, it is authorl- stated, iis lo conviuco the au- thorities inoiejlliaii ever that nniier- lying the [ji'esent.unrest in IB (about 325 miles off the coast of according to ai wireless dispatch from the aircraft received by the air min-! istry this morning. The R-34 was then making an average} speed of 45 knots an hour. OTS I.en- y for Workers A wireless dispatch received from Major Scott at 10.05 a.m. stated that the R-34 was going through a thick W but'''.......' .i t i i t i ii everything on board was going well. mil Iia Mcut a1! So' can 6e expected, i of MAKING PROGRfSS LONDON, July British dirigible R-34, which left East For- tune, Scotland, al lO.'IO o'clock, Greenwich today, had reach, ed 50 degrees, 7 minutes, north latitude; K degrees, 50 minutes, west, longitude, at t2 o'clock, Greenwich" time (8 o'clock New York time) inrher r.ross the Atlantic. STILL GOING LONDON. July British dirigible. R-3A, which left East Fortune, Scotland, al 1.48 o'clock, Greenwich time, this morning on her attempt to fly across the At- lantic, had reached 53 degrees, 50 minute, north latitude; 17 degrees, 50 minutes, west longitude, vote, of G! B. Nicholson o'clock, Greenwich this af- chairman, lernoon. A motion by 3 labor man. and ua 10 Ottawa In order to reach unanSir.ily or. snc i yoijus j also to pnrify present provin al nfidj ifjgUIatlcn beartrg ou rol t tious betvfien nJ L ers: 'J1! COALDALE lered fsbnlvus prices (or llicir B'anTj crops o alfalfa 1 V 1 glit r in fcl ]n Lethbndge Ibisl rorrlng Calear renrts what WBS June first irutirall- a 01 i i u, aiifej being pushed rapid- tor .alt ,a hour on rucsdavl y-. I" Thf rhitfly ;o tpnsldnr and bnrrea lions sscuHrrj; permanent Imurov nntl eanirloycrs It s iloemea liolonlii Tlip n st cull n o' alfalft is in full nving UIL IK p r -ire reported to ba lumaginj wpa is left of the crops v-'hlch they Urgely to wfl- In Kisropp. rilalurb' a.icc o'wlr.R 'tsi war givirg vise to a neslro on Ihe pirt of the vrorkers sen- orally lu quickly an c'Jjrcllvc ivliK-Ei nrdinariiv rc'jmiio a pro- of .evolution covering a loif? Mnny Hdurntd Soldien Out of Ppsilions 15y Action' of Govcrrinicnl .OTTAWA, .Tnlv con fi'lcraWe M Uio erfiiUni fesslcin'.cC tbc lionio of coTiicona ;c5 terday R liil! !r> unnblo the peifli e ficpprlmeut lo nitn we o l came uji 'o ''Dnd jjfii, tsl3 the soldlerr, "gfnto Hit fcniro n. i c of fq- better 'on the whole. They present a very line appoarailcc. to the passer- by. The grain crops that have been ir- rigated are beginning lo lieatl out. and look fine. Rnmpcr crop prospects. (Continued Dominion Con- ,lion in Session j iha! not L? sj btil sf-ldont boli I- ft T tljfr tOncailon hoie, n opcne lioto11 .Considers 1 tidstion i r Ihlt talk Viss Kliza- president of 1 i fl of Nursing address which Ii9 first session al Hie to Ihe vilnl led attention i the ttew and nhich TwstV wl lie en" H a oh] BtldtT a c K'lnR ci[ fplrnivDn (cr spectdr French is laking Ihe evidence collected to lAREMII FINE IS ISO- Will VfYFP A 0" A Y V 111 V dill yy H I IVIT i LII J OTTAWA, July flovern- ment bill extending for a period of 12 months after tht end war'ihe'- federal ordtrs-in-counci! relating to prohibition will be again considered by the senate this afternoon. The senate, .H will be recalled, by a' rnajorlty of 12, struck out the Vital clause of Ihe bili, and the comons, .by a large majority, de- clined to agree to the action of the upper house. While there Fs some uncertainty as to'what action the upper house will take today, supporters of tht government's ,bitl appear to "be confident that there will be a change in the vote and that the bill will pass. Senators who voted against the measure hsve expressed their dls- pleasure-at the actions members of the commons, who, they claim, congratulated the sen- ators, in private for temporarily killing the bill and the'mselvet voted in fav'or of it in the com- mons. In of this feeling, it is. regarded as probable by- the sup- porters of the bFII m the upper house that it wIH receive a ma- pority today, but at the same time' the "wets'1 have .not given up hope of heving a majority when the division is taken. OTTAWA: July rea-ii hills rent eoinmonV clay, and nial'erially Improved llK j for prorogation this i Tliert vras a fairly- wami debalt Jon ilie interim" report, ot Iho l eommiUec on the cost of living, wiiiuh i recoininunded the naming of H Irl bnnal to invesligale trusts, tnergi r' anil prices on which a bill carryl out the committee's recomitieiiL tions ft to be based. Tlie report from the committee not unaniiuous. being, adopted In the 3" A motion by p.: tiie report stilt back, lo cuiiiinlUeo was defeated dn a %ote S4 lo 35, ci goTcrnment- rnujorln Al II. .0 Jlon.W. S. Fieliltiig and pr MkUlt1 'Clark vulcd the opposUion f i Tbinl rRaditig.was given tiie p islanding of a motion bj the Don Mr. I eimetK to strike out the on married wife clausen I AL' evening scssiun. j bill lo etiable (be goveniincnt IM employ returned and others who replaced ihe peg strikers was -tinder discussion I1 Hon. K. Leititeiu, D. IX McKeniie, Utv Michael Clark. T. M. Tweedio ;inJ II. A. Mack'ic, Edmonton, urged some measure of Iciiicury bo shqwH-. tho ex-postal clerks now out of oftV ployment Sir Uoriten nntl lion, Arthur Meiglien declared, however, tliat the1 'ftwclal ti-Thc Herald) KKTIMK, casD of tTng fire by carelessness hi I In-owing down a cigarellc in at a camp on I'lnmhob Creek, west of the Kooie- h have tiay river. ,which caiiHCd n thonsinu! "Wo dollars' dpmnge to the property tiie 10 be a day of' and tliniiksglvlng KIT vices wiHHie heltl tu irmx of Uain Causing Serious Timber roved KXCLFIIAKT, July In a continued absence of rain, a serious silnntion i3 fnst. developing from Inisli fires ihrouglioiit Iho territory north of th's ptarc (o- foclirane and along Ihe TraiiM'untliicntal Tlnihvay. The bush is burning rigorously in many ponces .nnd a heavy pall of smoke hangs in Hit sky. The most serious dAtunge. according In- reports received here, have bren done in the district from PorquTsl Junction, norili and west, nnd Pol- tor, some 17 miles out of (lie section house, otlicr hiiiltl'ngs any corda of pulp having de- stroyed, Kctlltrs are being urged to leave homes in scmn parts anO there are conflicting reports or serio-'His done along Ihe Transcontinental Kail west of No Itvcs lost KOI nient lo lock down while Mr Kheu ihaL if the fonnpr emploiecs were reinstated it be an admission that the nient s puUcj Mas weak aird ing. VANC'OUVERp.B.C., July cording to co'rnrnittcemcn at ihe labor temple, the reinstatement of the telephone girls Is the only factor preventing a call- Ing bff of the general strike here. is said, are now, under way and It is hoped to be able to announce some result by lonlghl. There were no develop- ments over the holiday and no mass meetings were held. -LONDON, June allied goy- ernmenls have represented to the government of the nsctssity of taking steps to prevent line depar lure of ihe former German emperor Holland, Ci 8. tin- cfcr secretary for foreign affaire, an; nounced in the house of commons :his afternoon. IMPERIALS HOME MONTTlK.Mx. -Inly 1........Hrrnglng 13li jijisscnscrs. of avfiom many had land- ed a; Quebec Ibis morning, the Scan- after an of nearh Ho wni kircn i The IVTI docked at 10 0'cIot.K earned olflcers 293 men. ntid (18 dependents and munition uorken Apart from Gen Watson there v, as Oen Odium Colonels Tail iiu] Simpson Vatif4r i Uruguay Witfi LONDON July A F t iiospltal Mnp (6r land Me t6ila> tarrying 24 nurses ,18 patients and from Officers aboard onels f Ca-rion, p. C Shllllffgnortti TAKE YOUR AW D. les will UVe CA! Aflcr I inignl atid jou will no rwirn'--' Vfroe.E yaur with FARMfeR3' RESERVE agents In ;