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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta GIANT FLIES ATLANTI Ex-Kaiser In London N Holland to be Asked to Give Him up _ [IO1- LOXDOX, July 4-Tne only sof-1 rtse ot llic report by Premier l.loyil of the peace ei.ce ,o the hoT ot vesterday was that the for iner German emperor would Ie tried in London. The premier has a habit m be laid down by. a commission wliich would ho appointed by a mlsslon which tho allies will soon up to execute Ihe o the pLc 'treaty, wMI b. ot I Urged By G. W. V. ih Convcn fian_If Government Won't -v Acl Veterans May HOUSING SCHEME IS VIEWED UNFAVORABLY 1UK. in one v _, ,.f advice came at a time w narlnls were the "mosl menacing (actor'ln the war situation The decision to the former emperor to with other vronn. nciil accused persona has been a well- kepi secret, and it is understood.tfeat Uovd.George was responsible for the uro'posal. Holland, however, has >c. to be reckoned with. if Is reported IJutch public opinion has seemed to i Itutc lue toun. Earl of KeailliiB, lord t-t" i UL __. :in: the lice, si' "for Great Dritaln. and While, clref justice ofthe supreme court of tho United States' is regarded as the .osicai choice' ot the Unlir-d .States .govern, ment. Parllamanlary no [lie former emperor olher man charged TtlUI 11 viuuiu U" ilUHllH----------- anil to surrender the former monarch ji Hie demand of the [lowers, wh.cli Ionian') would he untenable under tna laws, since Ihe kaiser's rase does not come under extradition treaties and ibo charge of "a supreme otteuca against international morality and the sanetiiy of treaties" is not covered by RoUerdamsciic aut. in 'an article .which is r.pme.1 lo inspired, recently said thill the government might be prepared CABINET RANK FOR HON. HUGH GUTfHRIE OTTAWA, July Hugh Guttirie. solicitor general v has, it is understood, been giv en cabinet rank. In this the precedent is being followed o the ar-polntmeul to the cabmev Of lion. Arthur Mclghen when the latter aho held the posi- lion of solicitor general. The appoiutmeut of Sir. Gulhne to the cabinet Joes not enttal an> change in portfolios. v treatroer.t and i ihat Holland may relusp i and Fteps for of loa-wig under the 'soldiery uHS. requested Ihe federal efit'lo.Rbamlon schenie, as-'cuiiibtrsonie, un r Tl'ie Housing Scheme mmclalibn ol.the housing sr er orihfe resolution, who decia. Wlfinip'es il had been fou-m as for housing tho as the -v'rt-it ibis around the ciU H passed-from'tho go.c.nments to be inunidpaiitfenvho lycrs.praclic- unable to use it because it inter- IMH willt their borrowing powers romraae irwin ot Edmonton declared liial the Eciieine-hf-d simply .resolved teoll into a game of ''.Passing th hrtct whi I e 'Comrade Law of Wlnni pigsin ted tU mou who bad lived i the ic rinc nuns--- iu Irials.'ih England, MI mere have becu.none for many V- have been held in-Westminster 7 but it is not thought that .VYil- cspcclcil lo not already begun. nepers have discussed Count Hohenzollern s extradition e -r cc he took refuge- in Holland and .general sentiment appears lo ue Barons Farmers Taking Steps to Get Irrigation UutuD eoverumeiiv lo make Ihe necessary changes In its constitutional law ou the character of; (he trial. The guarantees specified the newspaper were that impartial, wiio would not be ot accusing nationalities would preside and tl.at the former- emperor might bo snen the right to produce all avallaule en- ctntlv Mid, legaruliis- Iho former era-1 and crown prince: I "Boll, of Uiem.liSVe beeii admitted to-IMS a .matter ot fat, nol a matter, of ;.1gbi. for no Nation lo traVel of reside m Holland fcts lo'them in accordance I to Uiclaw ot-iSM'.relatlng lo foreign- -ate theyjiiterned as danger- 116 nil ST Nfld., July 4.-The R-34 reached Notre Dame Bay al 6 a.m., it was announced, and was to pass over noon' sufficiently near'the ground to be seen by citizens: and dropping a mail bag for the govemoi. Batelv.'buaHK or mpra The newspaper points ;OUt that- lor not in fam Hohenzoliern and his tilufed" perm sslon for. them to ro iwe in-Holland, The prospect. serteil-ln jls place.' The Allen The alien ciueslion proved lilEHy When the dealing in, iv- ras read Comrade Mansfield of Win uiriet secretary of.tho aliens' invest, IniE l-oprd there, read a gaiiiis iuiiii Manitoba Vet Ir, the province ol Manitoba, ng in Winnipeg.alone. Ho Climated "at Ihere wero in.Canaua.no less than 84.540 alien enemies who unAcairables, Corarado P ileclarbd that ho came with tho mail- lo se-l the'convention lo urge Ihe nlnion takff sorrto ac- in the matter or otherwise Ihey do'ao tlicmaclvcs. He saloVthis ho had received a. Icller from 'f'von Arlhuf Mclghen In wilch lh- j'inln'Bler said'hp saw no reason for get vld of Ihe aliens. V resblullon "Ihat steps be laHei the uso of alien langua the echooK pulpils and pres fcthroiiEhoul anada after cusslon was referie.l l.SvV> A reso bllo-i wn? after no stops (EpKlal-lo TKe BARONS, Juiy... special. j "meeting of the Trade, to which farmers.of the Barons irrigation district .were and which waS laruejy attended, was, held on Wednelday evening, with1 the object of oraanlzifig xfor. irrigation purposes. Mr. Burnap, who had gone 14 Calgary to en- quire as to the .procedure neces- .ary to get in on the urination project, reported the .results of his enquiries, and explained that If the district were organized .ana a petition sent In: immed.ately, Barons would.be in. the same po- .ition.as regards water supply as other districts already organijed. He pointed oiit, however, that Im- mediate essentljl and suggested-arranglng a meeting at Carmanaay to set the feeling of the farmers of .that part of. the district, and that ,in the mean- 'llme a committee be appointed 'to canvas the farmers In the im- mediate vicinity of, Barons N and _ I obtain their signatures to tlon to the government for irrigation. Mr. C. W. Han- sen, who had visited the Coaldale district recently, gave a glowing, account of- crop conditions on ir- rigated land there and Mr. Fair- field, Ihe owner, of, a. quarter sec- tion of irrigated, land, sou.h east of Lethbridge, expressed his Isfaclion with the results obtain- ed on his farm over a number of years Messrs.. L.' C. Burnap, G. B, Moir. E. A. Grant and W. A. undertook to do the can vasslng of the Barons ..district. As a large portion oMhe district, is adjacent to Carrnangay it vjaj felt that the farmers ther.e would be entitled "to representation on any committee orgainzed to carr> on the work aid that it would be best to delay tlie appointment of such committee until the Carman- gsy meeting, leaving the carrying on of the campaifln in the mean, time in the hands of the Board of Trade. This view the grant bad not the B est influence on the attitude o. newspapers. .He doubted -whether _ _ many, ot'them had l i.ri... slomacb. left and right lo ilte.tiead. WiUnrd sliced lefl Record Established When Si Acre Tract Sells For Five Thousand fcnorlal to The CRESTON' B.C. July l.-All re- cords in the. way of high land values in the valley were smash. ed on Monday ".when ..Trutcolt Bros, disoosea of their sin-acre a mile a consideration of The iuTeT'rtTSeo-Colterill, who quired the place to go along with that of hls'b'rother Charles, which adjoins; have formed acrei'of "orchard anil an acre of' -place. AWATiOeD'jSCHOLARSHIRS Ruth Carr p A -and Miss Dixie hit' D.-.S. were award Jnecial open'fellowships valued a inc to an announcemen Toronto University Clash Between Strike fee and the Metal Trades Council VANCOUVER. I! At oVIotV this moinins Ma) or alo re- torted llial after negotiations between tbo telephone girls iiid Hie telephone company laslius from ves ____ nTi.lnll'llt tllO n BIG SHIP HAD o CHANGE COURSE ST. JOHN'S, Sfld., July air nip. it w.is said I" earlier wireleM had been obliged to late n or herlv track because o! atnws- heri'c depression hero due to ai heary amstorm and a thick log. ino t was believed, would lilt by ivjion. STEADY PROGRESS THROUGH THE NIGHT July position he Biitish .lirgiWe 1134 accorflin. to a report received b> the air try at tins morning 1 '0 nortn latitude aid 48 lonetituile This gives .tbo poallion of. the craft as just east of Newfound- V message received bv the air nlnl> ,str> from tbe dirigible u vole in Vancouver were announced at last night's meeting of the Trades ana l.ubor Council Secretarj Jamts Smith of the strike committee Mr. Smilli'3 Hgures wefe Members for '3305; members agiinsl 2-199 laiorilv for the strike ol 806 Lnlons or against 15 a majorltj of 7 unions for Ihe strike 'Acling Secretan Kavamgh bilterh attacked the ileial Trades Com cil and the personnel ot the esecullve The trouble had been he asserted tint the council was innojed thlt it (lit not have representation on com'miUee.' but llicre were few mem- hers of the coun.cilMhat tho strike committee woulil pertnil to occupy a Vie'aie lljmg at 1C 000 ,.J1 oj board e cspect to on Fridas A Eight Men Get Months bach Will Be Ap- pealed Jiiiy -I Him 5tcr had the eight men conucvul ol ion ot the prohihition place on Ihe .sink" eieculive Strong attacks were made the meeting.on' the Metal during Trades tne meetins-u" lu" council tor' calling-for a vote of the affiliated membership while the gen- V10J lllOn DL him it his residence ot being able to go to his office aud hoj were cich Handed i sentence oj six months ,u Jail, UoVl option of a fine. Their allornevs, lierchmer at. once Holding Iho granting ol a slated by the supreme court to which an UJ li.i- I irrOUIlQ MacNeill .eil bail thai In fuluro more should be ettrcised over Immlg Loming inlo Canada ami that tho ffomvlhe agrlcnllural ddlrlcts in Ih Brlllsh l.los ,VCSl. IIIUS >lls> f. ot news between eastern mid -western Canada. If the grant were discbntln- ued he did not- believe that tho-news service to the west would lie as snlis- .'or Helping Wire factory. L Richarilson. Springfield, agree-1 with Mr. Ixnnieux that newspaper proprietors should PMWish thw far as the 'subsMl to the lo .Tack'ri In round Dcinpscy AYiltard down with n slain lo Ibc jaw twice. The champion look n-couHlofsixcac.il lime amli 'when he got up Dcinpscy knock- by the supreme uuun ,anneal will talten upon the grouim strike.was ill progress legislature had no Secretary Welsh oflbe Metal Trades rter lhe B Act, council'criticized the -trine commit a section Imping a pr on tee and the calling ot the strike the maintained; that tho metal se are into tlio ring for litq-sc'coml liccnrisc lie lliotigiil lie had won. tlic '.figW. Willard sliVggcrcd lo liis corner itt the end 6r.ihe second round, ROUND THREE hit. men se .i-ncea ba lender at OiA Kmr, hotel have known that wlton only some five have tuat thousand vptc.1 out of a membership organized-workers, that i strike would .be Ibc failure that (his one had been Vote 1'asses Without IIU I US. -IP' u Canadian ,'ress, wen he. VClUrll'-.', clininpion to ibe ropos nnd Imiu- 10r. ui'jj hart Iwcn Broached for some assist- tw n in the session providing thai round Mini saved Willard. c subsidy Helped ,Uo to marl.lmc, provinces c ta Iho publications rtKh o tho orern b'rtenaer at the King Mvard n grocennnn r of desired by Mr. oos red by .Mr. goTernmenl had decided lo lake no action on tblt HOUSE MAY NOT RISE TILL EARLY NEXT. WEEK OTTANVA, July lij tuo slow progress tieimr mane busmen In Ihe house to dis It I' possible lliit I roroe 7, al'on will not until carlj week the belief that the j-'anT'saw- no reasoir the) f should .not be made. I ,r .owe further discusaioii the. c.irricd, lirjn's'Tiglil eye was closing from ibc blows Dempscy bciiip carcfuUy' and rauii liomiV lls-coijpetllors? lle prtsscd the view that in J" mttiTit tin be gOVO f In favor of "sir Thomas that DALTIC DOCKS II Mil Jlllv 4 -TllCBlcim j-uppcr ctd Wllllinl's or I nllli enterul. the harbor Mrl> Kjpjdlj elosillij DclnpSC) imrniiig wilb V pill find liW ibe blood slVcnmingj. h-pni" .mputli. Iniided 4 stinging tipper: cut io Dcinpsey's jrtw aiid mm VHI- sey rciniliafcdHvitb n Icfl to.tli S lanailian National Tlailwav shops. natable rorl Rouge resumed an eitendec- morniue wh-n about one U he went men reulrned lo n the ot the neXt or uo or me nexi ui hi morning the C N Traiiscona rill opened r Murpb> gensral appiopr.aled In I y' south Cons! fed assisted by IhfvU and by Const Aston was 4 aiilhorltles ol the P P CKECrt I bud round POFITEERINO i July commit Ie6 :bt'one tlioii and forme 1 to meel tnc situation orentdl by lhevrr-eeHt sympathetic, strike tortay passc.d a resolution demanding that lion 1ml legislation should ho cd (o punish proMeeri anl chert Ihe lijsh cosl of during the _ __ HUN PRISONEBS GOING 00 (Serrtari nrfSoncti o They Ihcir and jatrlation for w 111 ;