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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta xn. ALBERTA, MONDAY, JULY 7, NUMHKR, I7J R-34 REACHES OBJECTIVE; FLY BACK Granum Is Swept By Fire pjrst Lighter-Than-Air Machine D11 1C NrrV i l T iU.U.U. 10 Damage Totals To Cs 8 Trip Work of Scuton is Finuhtd Times (ion Ac( Ceases Aug. L TRIBUNALS WILL MAKE UP VOTERS' LISTS I OTTAWA, July FarKaQifu on Monday aflernoun. A great dfcfll el business was j posed of during Lhe laal drw ot tlic tuBton, hut the. most Imporlant mat j ler the bill! lo unend mc-llltcttoii Act by I liro-riilon for Che holding of bycclec-j a nuHiber ol wjJeb will be btlil in Ibe aulutnu! 3rr, TtobeH .Uprdsu. moving Ihfc'j ifcccnd reading 'o' the .bill. made statemciH iJjflt-'the "War Time Klcc- 1 llont Act wlli cease lo be optfatlvc after August" 1. f'or-ihs of the tbfc bill by on -cialurday makes provi- alon'Tor Die tbc nainca of u-prnen lo the lists and for male- ing" of new ilflls.lp and Manl- tlidT.-iifs'tng lists' are oTd. Tor the j maliirrg o( il'sls." and ol revl- .sfon 'established. In rural dlslricls fheitta'.V till he prepared by cniimera- j lore. -j. :JK x J There was considerable oiiprisUioi] to the bill, inure 'ndrtJcularly lo a clause. .litnEUtig lliq JranclJlse of wo- it- b'cliig nropoicd to- delude wtimen xvlio, claimed Tialuralliailon, ot lie f Mlian pereorial naturalization. .'b'-..ClaJ-k, J. A: .Ma- hartf. Maple Creek, wore among the inembers yiyho objcclu'J to Ltd pro- it .is Fanned by Strong Southwest Wmd, Fire su-eeps Whole Block, Taking Bank, Two Gen- eral Stores and Other Fire Department' Answered Call for Danger is Now Past. (SPECIAL TO THE HERALD) GRANUM, July was vislteif by a fig firp at 2.30 thix mornlnfl, weeping one block completely from the Bank of Hamilton to Moort'i'general store, The total, loss Ix ertlmatcd around -000. The fire broke out In butcher shop and destroyed the following: Blnk of Hamilton, Tlidale'i general store, D. D. Far- mer't hardwire, J. J. J elf way'a mezt market, McKlnney's office, G. A. Webb't room anU lodge rooms, J. W. barber shop, H.'B, Tllrfen'a real office, GranLJm drug store, BUlp'e real estate office, C. barber chop and C. E. 'Moore's general store. Thi chemical were altogether too small' to cope with such a fire, and a.pho'ne calf wjs cent to Macleod for assistance, but when they anrlyed the fire got btyond conli'ol. A ttrong welt wind fanned the flre and made it ImpoEsi'il-; .enough to right the flames. The balance of the town fs In danger If the wind should change and blow from either tht north or tguth; No caiuiltlcs occurred, with the exception of a few minor burnt and bruliet. In 108 Hours, Landing 9.54 Sun. PRINCE OF WALES TO VISIT NEWFOUNDLAND ST. JOHNS. Nlld July Tlie Prince of Wales will visit Xcsvfocndlaucl next numlh en roule to Canada. Tbe official announcement today eald the party would arrive iu tri's city Almosl Sleepless for Over Four Pelrol fovj Only 90 Minutes Fly: Back from U. S. to Ship Breaks from j Moorings bul is Saved. IN'SWES "OIL August 1 V long diitince telephone thii morning tht Herald learned that the Tire was out and no further Is expected. MINEOLA, July Britain's super-dirigible R-34. Ihe firjt lithter than air machine cross Ihe Allanlic, anchored hire at Hooitvelt Flying Field al 9.W a.m. today, after an aerial voyage of 10B hours and. 12 minutes, which covered 3BO4 milet. When the upir-Zeppelln arrived here she had left fuel to keep hrr movtnfl ninety mlnutei longer. Her crew, sleepiest for almost four and a half days, were weary almost to the point of exhaustion, but happy al the successful com- pletion of their epoch making trip. The return voyage probably will be started at B a.m. .Tuesday. Passing through dense hankc of cloud, wilh sun and sea visible only at rare Intervals, the H-34 was forced to cruise 2360 to reach Trinity Bay, Nfld., from East Fortune, Scotland, and miles from there tc Hlneola. Meeting in I Where Plan Camo I'rpm to Canada START RETURN 5 A.M. ON TUESDAY vards froiu Ihft READY TO FIGHT AMERICAN' FEDERATION BU'lTE. Moul.. Julv sjulcs from lahor orjjanizalioii: Moiilnnu and Xorllnveslevu J stales ami Cnniidinii provinces nicl yoslcnlay and planned lire Canuck Army Praised In Prorogation Speeches Oisfussions; On .Economic sues and German Vcs- scls Also Proceeding I.-. j VAH1S, July of '.lie ccnsir-BJiJp .iifon c I oil s with Uerinany was on UIB jirograni for dis- cussion nL the' session "af- Ihe allied council atleniooiJ. Jt is under- alucd thai thTclauie cover cases where nl.'en iVoinen "came Lo -Canada and ivllhtn a few- weeks "acnuirtilimUiralV Ballon by marriage.' At erentn? sltllns.lie morcii an aiuRnilmenl mah- uflluralttallon 1C in opinion or a Judga should bo issued. When ibis bill WBS ot Ihe remaining leglilation and supply Ihrougli fast. During consideration of supply, D. D, McKeuzie to iplnlsters liold'n? liuporttnt iiorUollos sitting In Ihe sendlft and exprcsacrl (he liopo tliat iT Ibo'-CBUlDet Is" trusted this condillou would ho removed. AL ll.So a bill exceeding was OTTAWA, July- The Domin- ion-parliament, after s. sftjslon 'Into- the ftfih. month, was formally 'prorogued afttr- noon at 3 o'clock. com- 'mont and aenate met this. morning lo complete their- bufiness.- The "lenafe adjourned! before noon iin- til whth the M house; did not cetrtpfHo tii buiiheic until c'u'rrence at tin a of the common! was the adoption of a resolution rnqved Sir Robert ftorden.and lecended by Hon. D. D. HcKenzle, oppasl- tlun leader, thanking the Canaaian army for its splendid ments lo th-i cause of humanity' overseas. Both leaders dwelt in efoqiient terms, not only on the record of those who fought In Trance, by I thanks were also officially extend- cd to ihcte who rendered service lq' other f elds-ol ration and al home. Both leaders in "terms of high praise .of the services of Sir Arthur Cii'rle. .When the commoners gathered al 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Ihey were summoned without -the lenale chamber, where hit ex-, cellency the Duke of read the ipe'ech from trys throne as foiiows: stpoj IJiat Ihc'-suyrehic .council .lias i recommended thai Ihe ccnsoisMp be hlflcd coincident witlrtlie raJsine of I Ihe recommendation. [it is considered probable, mil be J'provert. NEW YOHK, July Scotl annodnced rjfifinilely at noon ItmL Uic IJ-34 noulrt start on- its -return JOurney at 5 o'clock tomorrow ing over Jlosloa. The (llrig- ivlll not fly over Xeiv York ncfore turning cast, he tentioii to the rain Oi'ganizJilioil of Owe Big L'lHUII, glimpse of her. psrlies designed (o Jill trails', Uic dry enclosures ol their mach- r incs and i.i many instanced fashion- ami locals of the ainer- vjnbly gou-ncJ women die regarded Fi'deration of Lnljor and iit- dirigible the Juhor Com- BIG AiRSHIP ALMOST GOT AWAY MINEOl.A, N.T., July ll-lU was loni noiii her moorilis tone this vioTcnl Kust or wind. The cross Kirder to the ropti was allaciied broku under ihc strain, rin- Even aficr Uark aulotuoDHca continued lo arrive, as did cyclists and pedes-i Irians. Visitors rccrc nerpiiUe'd on the'field outside Iho 200-yard limits agri-iii today. 4-34 MAY LEAVE TODAY MIS'KOIsA. X.Y...Jnly Hril- leh dirigible R-3J, which fa jcheduled to si an un JILT homeward an hour before daybreak on Tuesday, may "cast off" lifte jlils afjerncofi or" early tliis cventuij. according to unofficial mloruiaUon obtained at Roosevelt Field ai .today." Mech'nhlcB Discussions vritii Ilio Germans a' hole .V..r feei fcr lliree leet In Speech From the Throne j-regard to n( peace rs- Carding wcre'lo Iwe been jbeguii eai-Iy it vas Victim Jiily persons instantly hilled and another fafply injured M ra'.les norlh of fiar- when the llullaud Express into an aulo- inobllc on the crossing1 at South Hero, hnrled the car 30 feet Problem of the World is To'Gil -Warring Nations On Feet Again ;Jtily, (neuter's.) n'oberL C.' IlUchin, reporting on July 5, the economic in Europe, was as could [lossifoly Jje. The people were unable lo get sufficient food 'ami .there was n' general I breakdown of tmnarbrta.-" jntricu inc car -yj leei ngiuusi .1 i polt where Ui6 alislleroil Tlio whqlo sjrilem of ircdlfwas I automobile burst intn flumes and was scrlonsly injured anrt nbsolutely de- SOQH a )icaf> ol .Thn yictlras are 11. Calvin IJerick, ?9, aub-colloctor o( .Canadian Customs at r-ioynn 'Junction, anil 55, annl .of the of Npyoti; Theodore Khjory. Unltcil, Stales caslonrs officer at ivho rficil nt the llurllriEton Jloapilftl, and Mfs. J lurry KatfdeD, or who was severely Imu'serl and shRkeu-anii Is re- ported to he resting ft riur to nn cvcii keel again. of'tliO" ballast-had lo he acconipllsheil LONDON. July Tlio minister of ivrltlng (p (ho press with reference lo Haig'.i orldencc before tho coramisalon given oti July I, that the figures quoted referred lo liio past and not Ilia pres- ent relcav The' Jnatflnrcs slaLcment thai 'a second tenant In n sanllajJiiirj, after. the -ianl- (arluin had. A balance of only a year for Ihc support of wire and chlldrnu. ehnwB that. Lhe stiohn cnsc ID The minister bisforo the licat of Iho sun causcrt Ihe I gas tri tlie-'bug lo expamJ. Memhcra ol the remained' here Inst nlghl, explained that Ihc fail- ure ot tho Id Tvca- (her roporls cniise'.l her lo run Julo trro siorma bit NcTrfoundland. WHli reports telling of Iho alcrm about 200 mKcs.norlli by norfheaa: of New- tlie Jl'34, .it wns stated, would" have changcn her course to north ot the circle of wind and pro- ceeded over N'en'foundbnO and Scollan coast and-there- by nave avoided the, storm'he Xrwfotindlflnd and Nora Scotia. Pennine further -I'0 thllrlrtn, Accprdlng'to ;033 with. (Iio mine ojierntors, j Iho inlnlslr-r of lalfor. loUl compensation in The n-callicr reoort, received nl .Iho i J2.P03 a yAr, th'o bak field froiU'Wnslilngton early loclay-ls Rparl follows: "The weallier -xli! Iiccomc t-lcar by Momlay 'njornlng .fltiil Tcmaln clear -rlnrlnK the' hours. Wind I will -lie.- wcsl and norlhwcsl, steady. I. H.-Derick. who 15 a sisler KraflJf CochAnt, former niln- .of ra'.lwayp and can.ils, 103ts. a lirollior. ,'Jacncs almost- at llic s.iinc spot in May, 191S, ivlen his aiilomobilc baclicd. liiliuthe rivcf, end was i METAGAMA WITH V TROOPS IN OUEBEC QUIiUKC, July Pacific slOanier Mela- gama. Captain .James ClilHcs hi com mand, nrriveJ In port last night wUh i 491 cabin and thirO Ing 44 19 ivairam officers nnd fthonl three rftnke. The passengers and troop4 lor Ihe ills- Iricl rtTjjl the ivoat illscnibarlx until 7 o'clock GEN. SAVV APOLOGUES I stroyeri. Tlit most, urgent problem of. foreign p.lfatra, he staled, was lo lra-" to sel. rightt that economic posilion, and for that purpose, .even In our in- tcrcsl, we rnusl neces- sarj- lo come lo Ihe assistance ol Europe and must In particular frame our peace policy as nol lo hin- der the.economic rccorery. of Europa. noi we must not be sur-. revolutionary Ideas develop' would ullimntely cnEUlt If not burselTCs, al rnte'every 'olher GERMAN RAILWAV STRIKERS GO BACK July mo ran- hnve fllrlkcrs, up tra'n service in southern and west- ern litrmftny, deckled- lo re- (urn lo work, but Insist 'uu Ihcih terms Ijcli't CZECHO QUITS 1'IIAOUK. JiifyJ Karl Kra- marz will retire Xa premier of nnd will bo pncceecled by Tlisar, a JI, Tua'sr, iviioMias been minister lo 'Aus- tria since lasl December, snl In ohl '.V.i'-Mmrr'rclchitaJl, u >'Czech dcpvity. .....J will 'riot exceed miles an hour; rifobanlp of 'return Irlp, io lhat forecast can be made accord' other Ihnn tnose on duty In tho vicinity of llic'K-34 out of Iho flcM about, o'clock piirf 'a guard ivas set Bhoul.'.thc air rnonslor. Ihronfed tht'.qiilcr Held, about LONDON, July commander of the allied forcta In Bulgaria, hai Informed .the Bul-' garlan premier that peace dele- frorn that country. .be called to' Parls'soorj, and that the'. Bulgarian ffovernoient Is .Invited', to nominated delegation, accord- ing ts a Sofia dlipjtch to the Ex- change IIOMB, July com-1 lilfinrfer of the Frcntilitroopj at KJmne.J J s In 'an d'ltalia (h il Interview wllll Ihd Glomalc ut the actroh of who recently olfeujed Inna.lii.ilnl city hy. cheerinE.for 'Slavla -wns. "niost ]lci 'points (hat II would lie ft nilsloJte nmke.thti of a few .of FLORENCE STRIKE OVER FI.OnBXCK. Sinidny, July r-The strike wfts dcclarcil ofC al. inldn'lgh! All .iS cilm In llieclli'.r. 1 ;