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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTIWHIDGE. ALBERTA. TLT.SDAY. JULY 8. i'JIO Against Trial of Kaiser British Press Not Anxious To Have Him Brought To Bar iti London LOOKS TOO MUCH LIKK A HERALD'S 13th WEEKLY REPORT, CROP OUTLOOK lieport to bo in Strong Supiiorl lor Irrigation ENTENTE ENDORSES n.NX-KOL- CHAK ATTACH ON RUSSIAN CAPITAL I.OXlJON'.yJuly Sirone opposi- tion continues to develop in the lint- rrcss against tbe project ot IryliiE ThiJ la Iho Herald's last crop re- port for Correspondents throughout Iho largo territory covered by the Herald, wtiu have been assiduous iu keeping the II i world Informed of the crop situation, ilurins toe spring have de- clJed lliat In the secllons Ihere Is lilllo lo toll, and hence have 'dropped llielr reports. s! r tho [ormer German emperor in As a mailer ot fact there b" noticing but axstory o[ pessimism to tell patches saying' that the United Slalcj rigatioD water wherever possible. Tho loss In crops alone this yeir will be heavy but the threatened loss in livestock which may have lo be sacrificed may also be large. There Is tllll hope ihat heavy rahis this month ami during the fall will bring on liiu crops and mate green fees, lint if Mils docs nol occur il is going lo be liarder lo carry sioi'k through the winter than was Ihc rase last year. It understood tlie Iwo feovcruiurnU aro now considering -relief for the far- mers in carrying their iloi-k over. Following are Ihc .crop' cciveil week md: ly "Liberal newspapers, such i as tbo Maiiii.ester tlio Westmin- ster Gazelle anil tho Dally News, nri lending tho way with a part ot thri (.-onsorvallvc press laklng the same view, Hint' It vouhljend lo make llui kaiser a martyr Hinting tlie (iermanf. prolong tbe passions of war and up- sel the llfu ofl-omlon.' U la 'also sa-d that Iho [ormer em- peror's arrival here un- pleasant Incidents. Tim Evening Standard, ,Conserva HVB opposes the plan because' there arc pracllcardlftlcullici in arranging iho quarters tor the prisoners and the place ot trial, and there Is nil un or. pagan triumpt ID the-project; II there must bo a elate tr'M'lt tlioulJ rot. lake plac in London or-ln any other grcal bus C-llV- Tire Westminster Gazette one those holding that the best punish ment for the ci-eulperor is to leav llim In obscnrUy, and the Times feivc rrominenco to a letter from Sir Valet lino Cberol; Its former Sng n tear that the trial might crest a "Hohenzollern legend like tbe N pplconic legend .and bring r.lion Ore. Urllaln odium In Germany In son lieiilral countries, anil. If "ifite prosec llorf Ebould (ail, it would mean-rid gationsiro now 33 anxious to secure trial adjunct to farming as those who have always lield thlt irrigation is ab- Koliilelr necessary to stability in farm- ing In Southern Tho fact tiiat the loss In crops In Southern Al- icrla Uiis year alone would pay double o cost o'f installing, all tbe systems onlemplaled is having Us effect in hanging opinions.'. This year on the ethbrfdge railway division Ihero are in crop. At Iho lowest stimalc This cost to seed, his outlay will tolal loss. ml'llons Is tho estimated oul- lo irrigate iho. acres under he various projecls now being couslil, Is an object lesson worth IFroin Our Own Ol'.IOX. July rain ol .lunc anil KB was very helpful lo crops east ana somii of town; hilL it cliil not c-ileni very tar west. Some crops lire reported looking 'KOOU, wlrlc others nrc dricil out. It can get some eoud rains 11 half lie A 'nice lot ol new breaking be ready for 1'AHIS, July ot' for ;t concerted-at- litck upon Putrofjrail, by Fin- nish forces iinil' Ilic troops of tin- .KolclwU .jiovoi'inucitt al WHS givou lotlny bv 11 ic couitcJl liyc. A joint note has been scut Ilic military attaches of Great Hilling, Kruncc, United Slates Italy :il Helsinki's, ask- injr llu-m lo supii'ort Hie l''inn- ish if it det-itlcs li> acccdt lo lUii of Atl- niiral KolcliaH to assist liitn in Presentation Of Austrian Treaty, Has Been Delayed a Few Days _______________ Consideration ol Territorial Questions Leads to Postpone-1 _ -Ill rt I r_____...... I l-i n lUU Ul 1 Cl lllVHUl I v mem-Boundaries will be Considered Tomorrow-The I v MEW May be Presented by End oi tigale Recent Troubles at Fiumc. I PMUS. July decision it Ihc council [o derolc further time In Iho coiisldcraliou of Austrian terri- torial nucstions. has resulted in the Austrian Irealy neinp. held' "P. after the iirinlers bid sot tho type and baud- cd over tbe proofs. Tho boundaries queslion will bo I taken up tomorrow, and It is slated I lhal tbe treaty will not bo ready Tor presentation tb'e cod ot the week al Ihc earliest, as there are many problems in Ibis-connecliou lo WASHINGTON, 'July S.-A new record for oceau travel was'established by '-he trans- porl (iroat Northern when she dofkeil at Tier II, lloboken. lasl nlelil. having completed a round trip between New York i'lid Urcst in 12 days, I hour and 37 minutes. The distance covcreil was COST nautical v LU ii miles, and including a slop In v her of deputies askiniffor Information to transfer mull lo ._ ._ ifiR French Washington. irtl to tlie I nnd summerfallow ivtll next'year's crop. rct onslderlug. Tbe fact, loo. lhal Irri- gation fanners in tile I-cthbridsc ir- Igailon bell dt'lhe'C. P. n. stand to nakc 550 lo JlOO.M.ncre on llieir anil this year is also..conducive to changing opinion In favor ot securing "i SKIFF (frorp Our Own CDne'ipCjndtnO SKIFr, .Inly coii- IHI05 very hoi aud dry. liul the peo- ple ai-onuu here arc very optimistic. Tliovwinlcr rye of Mr. Norman's is n plclnrc lo_ look at. The heads are very Jirgu and seem be very well I filled.' The late llax IS looking Brand'] all aroiiml and wlili some more show- ers on and otf we arc assured ot tt. The newspapers print numerous'd cusilons byilegal exporls on Ihe ou' tioii" qf'thc -former emperor's exlraii.- lion from Holland. Tbo 'trials of fomo -minor-offenders aro .expected to These will ,in- guilly ol violations o'fiiiVki by the 'operiltoilt. ut s'ubmaflnes.v those who ordered the bombardment of loivns, and. officers nt nr'coii camps who mistreated .Cap- lives In Ihelr charge. Some'Inside .History PA.1US, July puiilorls to he an authentic account of the Inci dent in the allied council upon whl.cli Preinlci- Lloyd George based his ro- cent- Elalemsnl' that William would hi Irled In London, has became' available from a usually liable source. It li said "'lhal al roccling of Iho council last week, the llrlltsh prcmicF-said lo his fellow con 'tcrees Boinelhlng as follows: "I suppose yon have no objeclion lo the trial of Ins kaiser in Tho premier. looHed about the circle, Hie accounl conllnuos, and no one ob- jected. Indeed, It Is staled, Jremlcr Olemcncc'au gave his verbal npijroval. This agreement was never recorded In wrllinK, and Sir Malirlce 'Ilankey, the BrlllBh'secretary, did not- Inpturte it In his regular report of tho: Pro- ceeding in Ilio council. The assuDip- lion Is, lira Premier Lloyd-George had unofficial cor.vcrjalions on Ihc subject Vilh ono or more members ot Ihe council. Rotary Club Plans Part is no_iiiilicittion that Ihc allies propose icr jy> fur- ther al the .time in helping but Uieir act- ion in snppoyling Ihc Finns is regarded to as- surancta thai llicy will sec Ihc Kolcli'nU niovciiicnl cur- ried thvotigb. Voluntjeers Defeated COPENljAGliX. July's The Eslhonian burcini an- nounces lliat'lhc Russian vol- unteer army, which lias been advancing vicloriously lo- wartl Petrbgrad.'lias sull'crcd a reverse. Tbe have ht'cn obliged .to aliantlon llie fort- ress of -Krasiiayngorlia, op- posite Koporjai several stslicms on Tlie bureau Husiiaii volun- teers arc now in full retreat. be considered. AUSTRIAN ADMISSION TO NATIONS LEAGUE PATHS, July council of live decided today lo inform tbo Auslriau delegation tbat their govenimcul would bo admilted to tbo Xallous as, soon at is compiled witu Ihe necessary conditions. Tnie noti- ncallon will be in reply to ihe Aus- trian note ou Iho subject. The reply will he ot a frlenijly character. UIUME DISTURBANCES WILL BE PROBED to luouire iuto Norway's claims to LIBERTY OF JEWS IN POLAND GUARANTEED PARIS. July richon, Iho foreign minister, replying I to a communication from the chain her of deputies Informal! as lo (lie atliluila of Ihe French Iho poacc coufcrencc in reganl to I Jews in Poland anil llumanla, do- clarc.i that from Ihe beginning ot Ihe conference tho French government endeavored to Efcuro thorough con- sideration of Ihe Jewish queslion, anil has asked Ibat conditions ot absolute enualily bo granted Jews In nc-.v or enlarged estates! ils, representing Italy and the PAIUS, July A commission posed 'of four generals, Great llrilain, 'France. 1 L'ulted SUte-. liaa been appointed to 'ato Ibe recent incldenls ThT supremo largeu The eli'orls ho aaiil. resulled in Ihe trcalv alread'v slewed by guarauleelnE complele liberly and i cqualily lo Jews in Poland. M. Ficti- on's eoinmunlcallon. culoeizea the part the allied power! have taken in the defense ol minorities, but asserls thai no counlry was ahead of France In such defense. STATUTORY HOLIDAY ON JULY 19 th council ot the peace rtccldsn to ap LIFT COMMERCIAL CENSORSHIP, GERMANY _ PATHS, July was reach, v ed by lie council of Hvo to llmil Ihe v comruercial censorship ct-commurnca- Uons with Germany wilh Ihc lifiius of Ihe blockade. This decision -will not aftect. Ihe censor- OTTA'-VA. July is ei- pccted that an order-in-council declaring Saturday, July 19, a statutory holiday lor me cele- bration of peace will be passed at the ciliinet mectljiB this af- ternoon. f Governments Are Urged To Provide Relief For them in carrying onTiil the big holWay, thi i proper celebration spirit will have .'For'-on tlloicjlileE Hie. Lclhlridge I been foslercii and Lelhliridgj. will be 'Club'Till' "lagc' their niihital in Iho r'glit nion-u (o Peace Day. J The plan Is to hold tlio carnival al the main pavilion at the tair grounds ihlch' Ihc. whole jouih conn- iry'has come 'lo.expect definite ;sanrance thai' Ihcrp will be Eram'io be'remiinuered. Xobody has on Thursday. Friday and Saturday eve- ulEEf- On Saturday, "tho holiday, the Gtca't War Velerans will be .in charge of 'Ihe viclor.c cclebralion during Ilio day, aided by Ihe'notary Club, Ihe Ii.A-.AA. bodlts, but -at 5 o'clock the ovcn-nE tbo celebration will be' handed over lo the) nolary Cluh Jo wind' up Ihc tiinctlr- bfnze ol glory wilh the lasl Ihfi' carnival. The carnival ilxclt will'he all Hint Ils nanio Imiilies. The whole building erla cclftraled on-Juiy isi, not, nu> vlH Uiis year, will, a big i good Job of II. Ail! Hint IS Mho nl each cml. two orcliestras ,8> eaEon whv will lie ex- tenflancc, new midway stunts am 111 r forgoilen Ihe Viclory Carnival Blagcd last December between 'flu epi- demics. Nobody Avlll. miss 'he com- jnB' carnival, ivhicji -j ill be part of lue big celehrallon marking peace. Lelbbrldse Is goinE-lo bb.lhQ mecca ol Ihe soulli cojii'ilry nii Salurday, July 19th. when a celebration will be singed here In. comparison Vltb which even Armistice Bay spontaneous colo- ration will' pale Inlq' Insignificance, 'ractlcallr every' lown in southern Al- erla cclfbraled on-July 1st, nnrt dill Workers to Adopt 5-Day Week Plan SYDNEY, N. S., July the proposed five day working week will be Inaugurated begin- ning Augusl '2, was the decision arrived at by the ..United .Mine- Workers' executive' In session In in Glace Bay. Another decision of public in- terest was the voting of to assist arresled Winnipeg lab- or leaders with tlie cost of Iheir defense. V 'to Th_evnerflld) July "Do C, cons'.iicr assistance iil 6f slock auu feed necessary Uiis year, wired j Hi Grlsdalo, deputy minister of T.-b Dominion deparlmenl of agri- to Principal VV.J. Stephen, of Ihe Provincial lural School After careful Investigation and con- sideration, Principal Slenncu wired reply aa follows: _ ''u-n i.iii-thresli very lillie, il any, nqtli farmers very lIlile.jgfaES sharpened nearly every, day, ...Hence blacksmiths ore kept v-..-... The havoc of the culworms-Ia_OTO_r for Uiii year. Trie furrow aad poison oied at tlio ta'rm cil tural school proved erflcacloos and the field ot grain was saved from (1K cutworms. U needs rain, however, lo make a real good crop. Some o! the lest grains anil grasses "and leguminous planls aro specially good for EO'dry a year. Al- falfa is.ncarly 30 Inches on non- tor the program of. (school peeled to do (ho'lhlng-up In proper style on July 'Mill. -The' town will bs TVi'.h" vIsHprS'-'.lor the event, anil Ibejr will be looking for enlerlalnment in keeplnB with llie .The Rolary Clnb tii been casling some U me to find Iho beat date( lor holding tlselr'carnival, anil when the made that woulil bo the.-fllf holiday IhroUKhoul Ihe Brlllsh was decided to make that tho.'nloslng dale of tbe Pcaco barnlvaf. By opent.ic IhoiproceedlnBa oh Julr r17'n- ana Four Score Mark Crablions ol a high order which will am Ihe pavilion lo capacity. And ihe most Imporlant Ihing is lat'lhe proceeds, as is.always the ise with tho Ilolarians, are Going lo -orihy purposes. Onc-th'.rd will Eg o Ihc building fund of .tlie .Great j1' Vnr Veterans, one-third to tlio Nnrs- ng MisBlon for relief, and one-lhlrd iiCo Ihe Holary Club' scr- Iiinil. lo be used for and one needy calk made on he year._ x Those'who attended the notsry cap rival In December say U njis' Ihc best c'v'if. This lime all southern will bo therp, and the only words to ilescribe It will be and r.cttcr, Than Decree Issutd By .King Victor Shows Canada Wasn't Cor- 'ncrcrl ,Supply. s I.ONDOS'.-Jlily ViCloT Enl- nianucl ot llnly has issued n decree Ihat [ will In figure b3 tlncil 10.0CD llro or seitlcnceil lo from llifc'o'liionlhi'lrj Ibreo yenra In prison will, in addlllon, 'suffer conllaca- Kfl tlon ot to a Home 16 Iho Kxchaniso Telegraph Company. Criaulhorized mlddlcmoii dealing 111 fooit' will suftcr'slmllaV puiilshmenl, anld. .1 Tho illsnalchca stale' lhat n gen- eral slrlko was declared In Naples on Monday. Alter Joollng oullylng stores In llial a crqwJ attomplert lJ reach Iho cenKe ot.thc place, but was- prevented Vy'lha police, who were occupying Iht) principal slreoln.. Al Pnlmero, tho [lollce'.liftve arrest- 400, former convlcln. h'ho are nl- Icgcil lo lo tor many ot tbe illeorders on Sundny. FRENCH ELEOfORAL REFOHM BILL PASSES 1'AniS, electoral re- form bill will!'wAa pass- fd yeslenlay chamber.of dopu Thd vole to 121. Trinclral Stephen has also been In- formed that the provincial department ot aEricultnrc is endeavoring to lo- cale and feed. V number of Tanners and slockmen are north Uiis week during the Edmonton tair'lo maHe personal in inlrles as to available [coil supply n ers-sllll have'failh in the future, anil much'land Is beinB broken and sum hicrfailoived in. preparation lor -In crop in 1920. which Iho plucky plon ec-ra-are hopeflil will be a wet ono The hardness of the rtry.soil dulls Hi plowshares -so. lhal 'they need lo I- Aberdeen Scene of Incipient Riot Because Doctor Took1 Strange Course AUEIIDKKX, Scolland, July parcnls ot children an. m'enlary school here have, shown.tb'elv resenlmerit against Hie ncjlon o( Ihe aulhorjiio.3. in culling ottHhe. hair of- glr] pupils by an allact on the school. .'.Vrnred large'crowd of women anil ch'Ildren gathered car.the school, U being understood jal.thc doctor was-about lo apply he scissors lo other pupils' hair. lowevcr, It was Inipoasible lo con-. -ince tho crowd llml Ihe doclor bail earlier In the day, whereupon Ihe chodl windows were wrecked, damage amounting to v more llian IJCOO was''caused. Forty pollccmea rare renuircd to keep order in ihc crowii, wlllch was ealimnlcd at Ip.llCtv no Lllllulull >.o.------.----- and are working bard lo overcome tlie handicap anil win the prizes. Tlio Provincial School ot Agncul luro opens Ihe-last ot October with classes In domestic science and agn culture to lliqilirlc.l there ii an Incrcaseil allend ance 4 There are no liilllon fees. Tlu. students havo tg pay Hieir own board and lodging 111 the town and tho cost ot boohs and-incldenlnls, club fees, lotal about MO for vlhe lerm.-, The trees around the school farm and buildings present a very atlrac- llye anil creditable appearance. Still another series ot tcst'plota arc bemE laid out now. Sixty-Sixth Congress Recon. venes and. Will Consider Peace 1'la'n to Huild Between Three .J and Four Thousand Houses 1'ut Forward BILLIflRftIP VVIKX1PKO. ibinf in a comprelienslrc PILOT OF BALLOON AT- BIG FIGHT RECOVERED TOLEDO, July body of Sergl. Martiuelle, nllbl of Iho broke from theMnoorlng during ipsey. eihlhi- Miased n'l a special session [or Wednesday -'n'glil. The rcporl urges Ihe desirability of going ahead mice willi the schenfe so thlt 'time in.iy lie lost. It-Is estimated some, thai at least. wlll.boi expen'diSil this year jinrt bohvocii'llirco nnil four liiousancl Vouscs Uiilll. proposals lo form coimnlllcea lo cover every phase tf public iclli-lly and every branch oi InOusir Inlnd 10 per cent. of> Ihe value ?.Y. e nrop- July John D.' Rockefeller, who was 80 years old today, celebrated hit blrlhdiy at hU Peewitieo Hills eslate. ReplVlnJ (o felicita- tions of hit' gueltt on tils Jong H.tV.Mr. hopfyou Wjil all live lo be not only 80 yeaft old, but M. 100, for'I have just beaun'to'llvt." BASEL, July liill (lie Geriuau goviTiuuenl.; pro- the riililiciilioii of Ilic pence treaty, iiccordinc loki r.c- ifia Balance port from Wcimsil, will he by a mortgage on'tb sentcil lodity lo cdinniissioTi.or the nalional TRADE MARK'FEES I (liSCUSSCd Wttllicsiliiy tlie 'a general Jlccnse.. ..Mpinhh- th'e payment of patent amV cnlirc ____. -i rcglslrallon fees In enemy i countries, on behalf of dnemy s L-PRLXCB Al-UBRT, Sank., July, o ?Al n nicollug held here lonlght. nn- Iho niisp'ccs-of -as.'o- iciKiion iq'npiioiul three delegalea, lo thcni nl-Ihc'.liallonal con- vention at Otlawn, a .commUtco nf ,0110 or two delegnlCs Irqnl Ihu finfcl- Lent dlatrlcls was appoiiitcd lo-iuecl '.tlie delegates.'' .llepresenlnlivei ivere i present froin all the alid al the northern, were, present sverc delivered bjvHon. sixth congress reconvened today utter a Week's recess. The appearance be-- fore ific sonaV Thursday ot President Wilson to explain Uic .peace trealy. i and Us'league tft nations'corenanl. "fand1 tlie Ftanco-Anierican ap-eemeaS, overshadowed all on Ihc sen-. ate -program- tor Ihc .week. No inl; portant business-was on the senate calendar lo be laken lip Immediately. In tlio bouso acllvity lils ireok will centre on commillee work wilh-'.ha exception thai legialallou. for entorc- jiE prohibition probably will be' calleil up for consideration on the, flooit Tenlallve" plans ol house leaders, for thd prohibition' enforcement legll- alion lo be giren the right ot way in the house heglnnlngaodny, but Its siipnorters were iincerlaln 'whettisr IhOfC plans would he tarried oul. 'Wlltan Arrives Today YORK, 'July noughla nnd 36 destroyers 'from' the- Atlanllc fleet formed (he pscorl l.ial met the Unlteil Stales-'transport1. Ocorge with Wilson on board, 30-miles east-.of- Sandy Ilbok'tSrly totlap; The presl- -'1 urgcon rtiiu nun. f i which Ihc necessity, of plac'ni tood- PAIIIS, July Mangin haa and agrlculuiral machlneij- on toe Braml'crosa of Ihe tho free lls'l was cmphasite.l (vl.M shorl aunresscs were given by Charles McDonald, of Prince -Albert: and AJ- Idernmn Jones, The meeilns viM In nccord ttitli wf-rp de VCred sanuj IIUUR I.-.IM.' r ,nd Hon UIBS Iu enl'al salute from Ihe vessels nt'.he many welcoming Legion of Honor: aen.-Mangln, ,wliO was one of the rnosl prominent French leaders ONTARIO DEAD July s.-J. A. McKa.i- ilcn K'-neral aeeiit' (or the Xew York Action' prominent local ncsi man. nml ono of Ilio known moslly J rench Sjwlsmcn In llie proving 'nnrtlciilar- killed Klilme IJ !n Wcslcrn Onlsrlo.