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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HcraW VOLUME xn. ALBERTA. SATUIIUAY. JULY 101'.I NL'MHEH ROYALIST PARTY IN GERMANY TO l SEEK TO RE-ESTABLISH THE KAISER LONDON, July German conservative parly have issued a proclamation sign- ed by Ernst von Heydebrand, the parly's leader in ihe reiclistag, stating that the parly "declares Avar on the government and intends to use its whole strength to re-establish ihej according to a Copenhagen dispalch Lo the Exchange Telegraph company. i (J. W. Y. A. Dominion Conven- tion Has Praise For Citizens Who Administered it CONVENTION ALL OVER LAST NIGHT 1 VANCOUVER, IX C-, July third annual convention o[ Groat TVar Association of Canada was brought to a close last night with a tribute lo the clllzeus wlio concerned -in. tho administration of thd Canadian Patriot lit Fund during the war. It was declared that Ihc fund had been administered in the best possible way, and that the assoc- iation Iiad never had any difficulty In EEcurius fair treatment for th'o num- erous cases brought to the flllonUoii of tho fund officials by iho association.' Funds' Far FduccHon A discussion arose in tuo dcbata over resolution., Xo. JO, which pro-, to attach all funds raised on appeals Issued duriuc Ibo war and the money lo provide for Die ed- ucation ot dependents of deceased and totally disabled soldiers. Red Cross fa mis were exempted therein aniMi was strongly urged.by t'jc Canadian pat- riotic included in the oiemn- Th'ls-'Tvas''opposed on the ground K'ed "Crolis Patriotic pld'iovcrlnp.: .It was plso ui'thnt'the 'former -fund rould not "be I'.socl to Qnt .work iy: a'ruoBKi'aoidiera .and. Iheir r___ Is' Ilie war Is Hcglna, asked aliens-would lie vhcn tbe "War Tlhies Election act is repealed and suggest- ed that the "question was on a might be taken up by the government. It will be deall'VHh hy new executive. resolution. Introduced "by Comrade Barnard, New WGstinhister, that women be given caual voting rights under, vroportlonal reprcscnlaitohj VON HINDEHBURG SEEKS TO SAVE EX-KMSER LONDON, July Mar- thai von Hlndenburg. former chief of the German ilaff, declares that It reiponelble tar of Ger- man main headquarters since Au- fluj', 1916, and the proclama- of former Emperor William concerning IKe waging sf war- fare. He asks President' Ebert of Germany to Inform the allies to thli effect, according lo a Copenhagen dispatch to the Ex- change Telegraph Company. The field marshal arrived In Hinoyer on Friday, the diipalch and telegraphed fol- lowing menage to President Ebert: "The ot the treaty glvei [Tie occasion thtt I was reijiona'ble for the de- cUbnt "and of main head- quarter! alnce August 29, 1916, and also that all proclamitlons and orders of his majesty the em- peror and king, concerning the waging of warfare were issued upon my advice and upon my re- I beg you, there- fore, lo inform ihe German peo- ple and the allied government! of this declaration." The. declaration fay Von Hi'n- denburg that-he. was responsible for acts committed by the Ger- and for proclamations of the former emperor1 Is the second to be made by a German leader since U was 'announced that the allies purpose place on trial political and military leaders of Germany for causing the war and for violations of the rules ot war- fare, The other leader who assumed responsibility for the-acts of the former emperor was Dr, von Bethmann-HoLlweg, former Ger- man chancellor, who7 held office at the beginning, of the war.- EX-KA1SER WILL STAY IN HOLLAND AMERpNGENJ Mam hohenzollern, former- Emper- or of. Germany, hft? decided to. stay here at leait.untlt.the end of Ine 'sumrnpr'aridj perhaps Ithrouafiput1- 'the autlijinrii.qWlriH-ta JH? difficulty "which 'encountered In ENORMOUS SHIPMENTS OK HAY NEEDKD TO CAHHY STOCK OYKH lo The UcruM) IMXfcHKU C.H1-KK. July L'nless-nsoafeiMi; i soon, il 15 planned by UK' Pin- chcr Creek Live Slock Assoc- hitiou lo send Ihe local inau- ;iyoi' of the Soullieni Albcrla May (irowcis Association, to OuUmo in scaivli of a supply of liay. II JKIS cslimalctl Ituit il will lake ii (r.iinluacl ol hay day for tuonllis or luore lo feed Ihu slock in Lin's sec lion of (lie with IIHV hauled from near Niagara lo near -Die Jlocki Parly of Fourth of July Cclc-i brants on Madison Came to Grief EXCURSION HOAT STRUCK SIOCX PALLS. S.D., July rcen 10 anil 35 persons nrc report-i ed ic hare been drowned ivJic-n :m carsiou bual ,on J-aV.e -MailisoD, about- 40 miles norllnvost of llils ciiy, struck n snag last night and overturned. Da tails arc lacking. Were Celebrating f-'ourlh SIOUX FALLS, July IN DISTRESS, ASKS FOR TOW ALMOST WITHIN SIGHT OF FINISH M1NEOLA. N. Y., July R-34 will at Roosevelt Field Sunday morning, according to a wireless message: from Major ScoU, received here today, BOSTON, July R-34 is in distress and lias asked for an American destroyer 1 lo take her in lovy. Was All O.K. at 10.30 A.M. HALIFAX, N. S., Juyl 10.30 this morning the admiralty officials here weu I informed by wireless from the R-34 that the b ig dirigible was between Halifax and Canso. i Her exact position was not giv'evu The officials here staled that everything was well with :the airship. Languishes in Jail For lo Slop Car when Horse Fright en t-d IhViMii Ocr Own Corresuorvlenl) July In Uie local oike court yesterday, Henry Grady. 17, was charged before A. G. twccn 10 and !5 persons were, drown.-} ed fl-licn (he eicursion lauiith. neli- ance struck n snag aboul live roJs from Ibe shore l.ahfi Matlison, I on" signal. H appears ihjit S.D., early this morning. Tbe victims I Henry was driving his falher's car were -1th ot July gtlcurators. Thcraiwhen he met: a young niiin on liorso I wore about 40 persons on Hie launch, j tock. Tho hbrse evidehlly tried to A doien women and children "were 'he ol way with.iht car, among Ihc rescued, according lo (ho the liorscmau signalled first reports received here. Tlie boat o! Ihe car 16 slop. .1. P.. v.itli Hilling lo stop Tlrs he (ailed to had been cruising ubout the Kiiio ami was approach in if ibe landing-when the accident occurred near-the south sliofo. The list of victims hts not Tjijc-ii The lake is biiin's" lor the bodies. do, wULi the- result. LliaL Ihc horse hitd two lega broken. unU liad lo be shot, Henry was asscscd a total ot by the court Tvhfch Land in X. vS. Owing to Engine Trouble MACHINE WRECKED, RUT MO ONE HURT HALIFAX, .V.S., July ley-Page under command or Vice-Admiral Murk Iturr, which left Harbor (Jrace, MHO., yesterday on a flight to-Long Island, was forceil to descend at 5.31) o'clock this -morning: to' engine trouuls. Tiic giact j airplant canic clown in the streels of oles north ti i; juu LIIJJCJ iivij LII- of HaliJas, in an Dtrllnc, tinil li he refusal rwn ;i week's llu> firlding'i'" suitable 'dwelling else- of. both the former empress re- mains very good, 'despite, ihcir" worrier of the last fsw.wet.ks, f to thus drawing do imprisonnicrit. Mr. Crady, seiilor, .wlio Is also a Jr P., has to "pay his boy's Ibe, young-mnn must spend in the Lelli- brldge dainagid beyond immcdialG air in the operation. crew injureu. Oil .'Tube Burst s Vice-Admiral .Ken1 slated'over the leplioue Ihut evDrytUing "went well ]til an oil lube burst shortly f alter 3 o'clock tills morning, necesslt -fl THE MESSAGE CALLING FDR HELP I1OSTON; July Boston navy loduy unDomiceil receipt o[ the following uicstage from the UriUsh dirigiblo -addtessed to the partnjeut. "Co'uUl destroyer proceed tu South eoil ot Bay of Fundy and take It. M. Airship R-34 In The message "was rci'eivcd at 11.2fi a.m., time. U waa signed Lieul.-CoQimanner I.audsdowue, tho UnHcil States na vy's ropresenta I ive aboard. PETROL BEGAN TO RUN SHORT WASHINGTON, July mes- sage to tlie air ministry, which VRS intercepted at HIP. OttercIIffc naval station EHid: "Flying across Nora Scotia strong head winds. Petrul beginning lo gel short. (Signed) "Cominauding Ofiicer." Tlie message lo tbe navy department signed by Pommander Lansdowne, 15. S. N'., for the commander ot tbe dir- igible follows: "To Navy Department, "Washington, and Commandant Second Navy District, Boston. "Could destroyer proceed ft requir- ed lo end ol Bay of Fundy and take H. M. Airship R-34 in" tow." AT LOWER END DAY OF FUNDV HALIFAX, NT. P., July wife- less message from-the H-3-1 received by. Admiralty officials here, ami lime lo.day. stated that slio .was at the southern the Bay of.Fundy, v Want Swamp Lands lengthy rcBoljilion, dealing wilh atta. was adopted by the convention, jVv'Vt Under its terms il was recommended, Ihni all iinijalenlcil swamp lanils marsli an'fl muskeg lands irllliin 20 mlics of a railway he quickly and ens- available for acquirement on an 't THANKSGIVKJO FOR ..'PEACE TOMORBOVV OTTAWA; July in view of his majesty's recent ptocla- 1s[ itt icliirncd1 men ot Ihc appolnline Sutardiy'July i'l and Imperial espcaitlonarj- for peace celebcallons in all desire oipi throughout ornmon t x July Bib, peace 'and rceard 10 a csECd aa to a bra lion ot pcaco Uie gov- appbJnLeii' -Sunday, -a day ,ol fenVrnl tor of tofces, eiclusirely from July? 31, till July 31, 1922, by purchase at rates i" not ciccoUliiE ten and Iwcnty-five rents an (o the qualitj- of the lanils, or by non-resident granls, fl'yVi'.on 1riayment ol R fee ot at Ihclr Uomlnioji land Ftirlher reAolntlons not brought ho- HID conyenlion In regular course Asks For Oral Conferences Wiili Econoiiiic Experts of The Allies PARIS, July 5. Gcrnianj- Jiaa indl- CAlcd Iier dcsiro lo begin iumjcdiatr. compliance irilh HID terms 'of tlie peace' treaty regarding reparations. Her request for oral conferences of German economic experts ivith allied experts has been granted by.llife al- NEW YOItK, July Tumulty, secretary Lo Prcsi- v de.nt Wilson, announced here to- v 'day lhat, according to Hie pres- cat "program, -president Wilson v will address i the senate oil I a descent-.- -The airplane was-Ilowu c tun.three enBinca'aL a in I RD ciidTOydr'to select n' Buyable, point Lfor landing. .appeajed. to- IJe. a finally, dficfdctt hill }n donn ii'tclcplinno WHS- encouhiered nnd the under carriage ot UIB ,-inachinG was -badly wrecked: Admiral _Kcrr staled that he had no immediate for the reason thai It. .lie Impossible to, "l.! repair the machine at Parn'slioro. He I the navigating iiislruruenls work- eel well at RJI limes.' lies. The conferences win Lcgin early next ireck, according lo cntions. Huns Agree to Leave Rigi COPENHAGEN, July Throuch Ihc mediation of allied Toprcfie'ntalwcs an armistice between tno Ksllioniaris' ami Germans has been sighed at Riga. It [irOTidcs lljat all nc-rman Iroopfi leave Riga and that the Germans 'urging a-tcU.fir untlcrslB'nrtjUE ot the ,hin ihG Domlijlon and referring to i early 5 la ECS of the- war when; lie. Sind jfilon'U and tho grocery nnd dwoll- of Charltis Ashford, loss ho N f ILIEUT..COL. IRVING DEAD JORONTO, -July u. CHenVy Irving cfleit in (his city jester- 'AT MMs BOtli "year. He was a broth' Sir A. .Irving, well- apft-n h.irrJstfir ol this city, Bnd wai _rcDl6rtel 13th Battalion, Ham .ikon. between rcpre'sehlativfiB anJ the ,bouse, In an eodeavor to reach nn imderslsndlns oh- 'f lo coirte lo aj Bftilsfaclory agreement. Aflcr preliminary rhc Con- Senate Finds Tha'tOUafces, Were Cancelled 'and.; CJd.rk-.. {Save V-Advance Information OTTAWA. July' Y.-rLaikace of in- rmRMon Uia Interior and mines eparlmsnln, the transfer of rights to two Imiidred mil- lion loni of TeH-VocaUtV'Coal In -Al- berta It hllegcd to occurred. A special comroljslon ,6t tiic sctiala :c330, ami the Infor- mation is cohtfllnbu in report The senate ib'd 'adopted (ho llnllvay JjRd been issued to Piiirt P., Iscnbcrg and vrurp, known 'UB "the lioppe leases frnm Hie iact >Ioppe was iho f.hinr owner. Jl Is slated fn the report Itial Ur. "Iloppe and Lis associates Iinil pa'd gorerii- raent -renlals'iimountinE (o find R considerable n mount ot money on Lbe property anil Iji.LuililIng trnila, surveying' and opening tunnels to Iho vnliio of the projierty. On August I, the lenses were rcporl, whlcli learn- ed in the l r cpoit also recoijimemls- tfint (or- lie future, Ihcie be .amjilc bid- ding lor coal Icftfiea; that> elcpq lie taken lo safeguard depiiT lrrtenl.il ;tn- formation, wHh'adeqnalij'-tcnalUea'fdr breach l The Into, the cancelled, after n default, of 30 days In the nayincnl of ihe anniial ren- I tal. "ft was explained to-- your, coin- 1 tlic -Veport, "that llio reason for. the action was- hi- form a I given to Iho depatlmefit bV Ihc. hend of (he Dominion ivoljce MiaL IJr. Iloppc nud h'.s princlpale arc (Sn-rlal 10 ThC Ife-AlJ) OTTAWA, July A. Bu-. member for Leihbrldflr, brought the drought conditiAnK and the urgency of-the extension of'.Irrigation forcibly before par- liament last night.' of the drought affect- 'iriy southern Alberta thli season, arid emphasized ihe neVd of im- rrlediate action in order iettlers ;n the country anri "en- able wealth to be produced from the" soil which needed only the aaaurance.of moisture to-produce good crops every year. The speaker held Dominion recpdnslble to thece Eettleri as ft had opened.the country to sel- ilement arid led the people to be- 'lieve II was suitable "for agricul- He pointed out lit abl.liiy for irrigation and showed the important relation between Ir- rigation and the development of mixed farming. He' emphasized, :l6of the fact that'Irrigation would the'flovernmenl from viding relief when failures occurred." of people leav- ing the country .WAS emphasized, Irrigatiofi, .he declared, was the only Hon. Arthur Meighen, )n reply, stated that the government woiild .hurry along" th'a irrigatibn surveys.. He fully appreciated -the sltua-' he S3id. and realized' tht need and value of Irrigation. But for the further development of irrigation .the. surveys, he "placed; the. responsibility the as. the lands lo be Irrigated were private lands-and only province would benefit.r-'lt was up to the "people to orftanlie Irri-. gallon diitriclij he declared, andr1 avail of the which would establish for their in- formation, the .lands which were irrigable. toucli with the Otlerrliffe, Maine, .'wireless station. BOSTON HEARD HER AT 9.30 A.M.' BOSTON, Jiilv 3.30 o'clock this morning' rfic radio station at the noslon iiavy yard reported that sig- nals [rom Hie H31 were In uretty loud." The TpBltfon of. .the dirigible was not RlVea. The meg' snges, ii was said, indicated lhat_ all was'iyelt vrllli Hie balloon, SIGHTED AT A'.M. (AT N.S. V HALIFAX, July di- flgible 434, en roule to front East Fortune, Scotland, was sighted .at Parrisboro, about" Hfl'y railes northwest of, 4. a.m. local time today. A bonfire liufIL on the beach atlrncted the at- of the dirigible, who manoeuvred Hie crali orer- the town nnd up nnd down, the river as if en- deavoring lo recognize Ih'e 'place. [n whteh (tie mlnloic wftre ob ttfoftd flroao, frbtd'.an RppJlcalJon for A railway bill Incorporal- log tbe and Fort Company tor a 70-rfille line In 'Alberta- connecting the Korcvnment -railway lyitem- with coal field, commons and In tba got to Ine third fcfidfng" There ft 'wae '-'7' ed ;br ln IhA rofnlng rights cquired. .._. _____ .Senaior thai, while Ihc bill tfas for thd-CTil6rprlB6 vaV one'pl and ttat.lt >ould'be' velllo lifld were pUsd. consld- iffht IcaftVvj cbrer'ng an nrca .'of acrtW, ivfrft hnndrcrt rnllllofi tons oi jenil-nnthracH'e of Ihe aiccrtaln acqu i A commltlco was dppolntod, ntsiics were -criUsd. a erable thnt ri pro-Gcrmnii In their deal- Dolh lived hi ilic .UnUed aflcr the cancellation eight npplka- ings." SUlcs. of the Iscnberg lions .for leases covering tho' prop- erly nere grantee) .by the denarfwienl. In Ihe usual way, and Mic, new .were subsequently assigned lo Dr. A. T. Shllllnglon, of Ottawa, and C, A. DaTnarrtyof Montreal. The report of the committee, slates that a (he department of the inlerlor, one S. J. prlvntc.Bec- rctery ic [hy suptrinlcndfetjt of, In- dian nlfalrs nnd assistant to the sec- retary- of the minister ol the Interior, whose resignation was accepted In March. 1915, was engaged fn hirnlafi- Ing Information to part left 'oiilstda the 'department by which these persons' became nware of the J-nlcnlJon of llie rtepartmCnt ip cancel lea-ges, 'enabling Ihcm to Arrange 10 mafco prepnrftUqns (or rftstaklng "anil ntw Fight SENATE.FIGHT AGAINST OTTAWA, July this afternoon practically abandoned liupe of completing In ijnie, to allow to taVo on Saturday afternoon. scores oE'mcnibera'ivho hatl lo loavc for their homefl tonight, did PO, but Ihere are still a sufficient num- her iti the capital to insure a .quoruni in tlie house unfit all tbe business Is' disposed of. The plau is to irinc! up "the ivorh of Ihe sessiou by 1 o'cloct on.-. Monday. K'Uiis Is doue-formnl pro- rogallo'n will tate place at 3 o'clock on that day. _ Prohibition. Deadlock -'j'. Tim deadlock between tfie coni-.'.-' .inbns'.aud Iho go'vfsrji- menl'a proliibitioii .measure ViHreqcfj, r its rinal stage nt Saliirday Jug', when there be anolier J'trto conference" rbetween, representatives .cpniprpinise by.-wblcir t fife v'j nicdKordBra-ln-couriclf from the- date of the sigsing' ot "thv -1 Nsw Chambtr of ConHmerce Tlit most important dew hclore Ilia house today was Hon; Air- tbur Mcighjjn'a till to. create a her ot commerce on. of the railway commission to deal with mat- Lers relating to trade. The-bill is based upon the tncndation of tbe commission wiiic-h icquiretl into'the cost of I'.ving. Exception-was taken by (he nppo- sltlou lo the provision'which gives the soverGOT-ln-coubcU power to rule findings of the board.. It- wns; pointed "out, however, .that In specL the" new -board will be in'jJie same, position' as ifie board, froni whose an appcBt.liea vltli" Iha jOTBrpmpDt, At ihe evening aession Ilehl's bill covering the clauses cf..lhe_: couBolidated railway hill TyhicUr'ths aenate .declined to allow to'rem'ifnjia Shows it Was Impossible To Defend Briey Iroh Mining Disirict bill 'provoked a warm debale. reau moved' an tbaJ, bill ...Mr, Bu In. line' the action ot v and the report of Ihe railway cqmnila-' siou of the commons, vis' jEc'.ed. on "a Division of 61 to'.AO. I The -Wll was repdrteU and 'given third reading. _ The session returned conatderailon. of Melghen'a bill 'in-- vestigatton and1 restraint 'of and Fair Prices Act. received iblrd reading. I'AIUS, July 'Jottre pea red before IIiu rh.iiuhcr' of tli tics committee for Invcstigallou of melal InjltiElrfos during llic; .war. and replied lo crillclsms O.B.U. In West before erftls of iho failure 'lo detenU sen- UrleyMron mining dlatrlcl -and Ihc j failure lo for" an AUnck by WINNIPEG, July R. A. RlflB, of the Manitoba Icjli- faUve assembly and .former. tary of Ihe Winnipeg" and 1 Council, perhaps. Ihe belt .known of western labor min, has bften appointed wettern organizer 'for the Dominion gntt Labor CongrcM, Hll work will be lo direct a campaign for, tho redemption of the organized labor movement from the the One Big Union propaganda, it Ij' to're-ettablUh and .widen -the International unionlim In .western Can- "Rlgg'S fiefd nd west to fhcvcoist, He begin hi6 work (n Winnipeg and Will then travel over the west. Speaking of hli fa- aaid; "My'worK'.wllf consist of gen- but I will give special attention to the' illusion a'coniequence of (he propiflamrfa bf dre -Big rdeai, "The the Domin-- Ion Tndii Corgr-Ms Ii to the exTttlng Inter, national tradei union, relatlonid Evefy Influence of the wUl'be eVerted avoid ihe diaaa- threatened the trades caniequence through The IttKcy basin, ihe mnrsh'ftl said. iv.ia not iiicluJcd in the Kotig licc.irjsa It "was 'impdaatble lp Ihc Ucrm'and from UKlng U. The plans.or ihe were raade lo follow' every slep ot Ihe In- vasion with Ihe end in'-vlftK of jiol Now Thai Peace is Signed'Both Operators and Miners ThinK of Settlement to'TTiff Herein QffU cer F. E. (iarrlEon Is here from Cal-- gary ar.d Is In consullation with Maw agtr Wilson, supposedly-la refatiort lo ihfc labor ailuattoh. Iridlrallang Hie' In ha'ttle until it, conltl 'dot so with a totality ol at i now that peace has been the beginning, 'b'flybn- ready, to "enter BrKlati ni'litAry aid was pfoVW-: ed lie said, d.secrfet rallUirrJ agreenienlA He sali-hfe hAd lipon six English' divisions. '-.Referrinf lo .Iho defeat at mar-! Shal decfared trial It 'WAS thfe nipst '.errlblc dayv of hii trnla who were'Ms -w( hrtiken beciutse they V't'.re.'not to ln.con.teiiticnc'e'of cerfaln; iinKs, fellj.barlt Ih doaorder, er opBralors, which, wards rfesu'siptlori mlnGa'or-ihe district, While nplLlne .new loVim- to Ibe >'r. Hltrisdh. i of s fRTorable ltiiaon. fl'dlhlnr pparently, bill (here. IB-a Melfifj'tha ;