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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i-iiF. T.KTilHIUOC.K DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY. JULY 8, 1D19 ..I Be March Through London Of and Women Representing Fighters LONDON, July is elaborate ar- rangements lor national rejoicing Saturday. July 19. The cbiet leal-ire 01 Carry Hack will be Q mirch thrown London wore tUM 1S.OOO men anl women, rep- resenting tho .Urll'.ihlarces. Ihe mercantile nifcrlns aud Iho I 4 India Ihe United SUtts, Japan anil llelxluni. China. Elaui and o'h" frlendlr powtra imuoo, tend The proaculon It lo mierable ln Hyde Park and nmrrtl fla South Lon- don lo Whitehall where there will IIB a salute to tin moniorlal vhlcn will he mctrJ to the heroic dead. Ibeace to Ih. Mall. whero lto Klns will Uie the salute. The river paKeant has teen post- poned tor the present, bill may be held In Ansnsl. Tho aliernoon will be devoted lo general rejoicing. pnrUa'.pPiled in by cllll- dren and In tho evening there will bn illuminations Ilrcworis in Hyde Part, whero Ihcra will also ha a choral festival. MIXEOLA, X. Y.. July -'ea- torced stay o! giant British dine Ible R-31 caused by unfavorable wea then reports covering the neit IS hours ami repairs lo her motors. IroMW liunJreds of tisilors to Koosavelt tield today. The airship will col bop oft 03 her return trip across lantic unlil utter dawn lomorrowVlu, making ibe announcement concerning Tbe, relum-trlp. special representative o( the British air ministry aboard the dirigible positively declared that ihe R-31 would start tomorrow morning "wind or no wind" although he hoped thai wea Iher condillans would Mechanics began work Ibis morains in overhauling the engines ot Ibs 11-31 preparalory to .Iho of her return flight. U-la that the Fivsl ,Tinie Such a ,Has Ever Made Public Property I'AllIS, July wireless.) I'ellttl'arlsleD. eir-lJlnlns lie acrecnleiil entered into between ureat aLd Ihe lo Ihe ali ot France in cote o! ked TiEgrcsslra by Germany, tholirsl time a couveirtlon-ol i this tlnd made public directly alter 7.TJNDOX. July ns conclusion. Tbls be 1 relurn algal- J overhauling will be completed b> to- nl-bl Work on Ihe eneines was ren dered icippjsible on Monday by U slaving ol Ihe' huEo gas bag m he slrone wind tbat swept across Iho last '.night, the dirigible, which is moored to massive concrete ichors, hesau lo settle toward the ground but her movement was detect- ed in liqi'e lor'the members ol the in release part of the water bal- las't Vnyinjury'io the machinery by [earning in contact with the ground was prevented. Unless 'present plans-are changed the H 54 will sail over New Yorfc and low spirits "and journey ine n-34 _._ "II r 1__ 'I ..r mill- AllOU tiio house of commons the heavy delay In cable iraifle was'crUiclMd, llon being directed to-lhe del thml Ihelr business in this was being pre- judiced. regards the proposed abolition of cable censorship, a number; of mem- bers called ttUeutioli to the dlsjblll- t'ea under which their overseas trade languishing. Wlostou Churchill, secretary of.-war, 'said ,he regretted that it was foun'iriniposEitlq' to coii- bine a certain degree' of censorshiV- wilh Ihe use o( private codes, but r w e use o _ lasallou ot the present reslrlellous was necessarily Imminent. Vbeeause- If It ore, e gen- necess be prolonged for a few weeks m he snld, Is only rbecause the eral state of th'e world dlt- icull to give uo supervision and trol of ___ Sullering Irom 1WM loss of appetite will find rc- newed strength, brighter looks, better health and clearer complexionsby using Pills. 'Theygive Us conclusion. TDIS mw an acl pt open diplomacy. accomphsh-J 6d In thb face ot the whole world; one. all the more decisive lor not be- IBS kept secret In The circumstances to Its con- clusion are known. "The leatna of nations ov- erate Imraedlat'ely; years may so by before It really comes inio force, nud (u the mEantimo'l-rance may again be Iho victim ot ngjression. ThJ danger of agjres'slou menaces France more IhM muuiry whkS Is u member of the leamie, America being far -away, and Kuslund more thin ever protected by the sea. i (FRENCH ELECTIONS MAY ALBERTA MAN ARRESTED ;BE HELD ON OCTOBER 16. F.PR HORSE i.iVne cov- WlSMl'EQ. July J. Ar- 1'AKIS. July S. from Albaru. van'lcd the Calgary yollco on charge ot theft, was arrested here last ulgbL crument circles It Is believed that par- liamentary elections will be October 26. according to the _ _t rnrls. ST, July national Irl o'clock an "Mr. L-Ioj'd Ocorse and Mr. ilson an lm-1 bule of honor was today to the memory of Captain Charles .Kr'yatl, executed by Nie Gcrmaii; In. 1916 ior atlemptlug'lo's'nk ii ISboat. -by. a na- tional memorial service at SI. Paul's After lying lu slate at the Dover overnight, llie-body arrived at Charing Cross station at 11 'clock and was. placed on u gun car- cor- realiied thai France needed nagc. uj bluejackets. A cor. teje was formed, headed by relatives. LL-.IIIK.I-U IVgc was mediate guarantee, tlie simple procla-1 'jnciuding representatives ot lli-3 mat-on ot which would discourage an} I n-ar office other gov- desire for aggression. The pact uul complishes the 'desired end. The will carry-25 pounds of mail _ 100 letters have been received a the Sew-York postofEce from offlcrals m thU country, congratulating the ,Bnt- iih officials'on the. success of (he trip. Ubont 200 letters were received-yes- and "private I'AKtS. July formation of a separate TurkUh.government in Asia Minor by Kamel Pasha'is-indicated as a possibility in dispatches received In peace conference circles-todav from compllses te esr treaty does not Impose any obligations on France, but her allies have bound themselves' by it to provide her with guarantees they deemed to be neces- sary. Finally, the treaty will remain n force until the league ot nations decides that the league itself is suf- ficient guarantee "against aggression. Such Is the ineanliiE of this, unpre- cedented agrec'uiect. It will not be ueecnam sruis. from newspapers you the very help you need, indiriduais.. marked tor ___1 ..__ niA In Fnzland. by-. 11.0 dUlf Greet sources. Kamel Pasha, is reported lo TULl w. J J are a natural aid to the bowels .apd blood. Gentle arid positive; action, without any'disa-i greeable inipus rlmo" '.i it. 1! lo England, by. ll'.o wero'all pnt in Ihe mail, bag .01 tne R-34: The postage on each leller was two cents, Major Pritcford said the; airship would 'laie tbe southern track, four or five hundred miles liorlh 01 Ihe in'Tiew of a.favorable fore- cast of clear wealhor Tor iieit. Hours, made by i.hc weafner Bureau in and received here this morning. For one third oHhe course on Ihe way over, it was ?aii would proltably-strike northerly i-rnsi- which'would not reUrd-il have forty-thousand Iroops. with 41 leavy guns and many machine guns .s said to have refused lotomply with an order from Ihe government in Con- stantinople lo relurii to the capilal. Essart PaJha ia" uoiJerslo'nd in1 Asia Minor in Iho terrilDrr controlled by Kamel Pasha nnd it is-said'he Is in touch with riresaniably in the hopejof iqrmibg-a'coalition form of government. f IE QUIUirailv, ivar. eminent depnrlmcnlB and all sailor or- g'aulralions. The cotdu was hidden under a mass ol flowers, among which were magnl- flceut wreaths from' Iho townspeople anil authorilies'-ot Bruges and Ant wcrp. Only the'steady tramp of .tcet aud the of funern music-broke the silence as tho corles< passed' Ihroush 'ihe streets. the cathedral tlie cercmonl-: were a repelition of tlio? I In memorv ol_Miss Cavell. At the conclusion of IBe. service th -.procession was reformed aud agal made an. Impressive progress lo too i Liverpool Btreet atalloil. where The Benefit Experience and convenient lo you. We render aiwcIalBervlces by c-mployicg the best loeal talent -aim oblalhlng souud iiiformallou about Investments. Our fees -hy Iho Court nnd our system la Inexpensive- I' The British Canadian tny-t Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. HEAD OFFICX 316 FIFTH 8TKEET ALBERTA 7: PHONE IlLUnilU blverpooi Bireei. aiai.ui.. IllUltt. I1L.UI liiu casket was placed on a train and sent Trt liniinllin III II P home, of Cuiilara Jn Hll N N Fryait wherb.-lbo reiialiisAvill bo :n- U nUUOlntl 111 U. 0. terred in Ihe quiet parish churchyard. wlilr-h.aro floalilie over WASHINGTON, Wy ative Tlnkba-in. of Mas 14 are worth a guinea a box "PILL CAFES (London Ch'roniclc.J Belgian farmer .who, has returned his shell-shattered fields near. Pqel Uliye IlllhUalU, UL I---- nounced today' he would Introduce in ceremony, congress a hill, creating in Ihe depart-j All flags which, arc floating over the public ot Loudou" honor of the sighing of the p treaty werb halt-masted during w oiich. "The remaining dlslance.'it was westerly winds capcllo Ifas' slalei, favorable :would prevail- Eoty to A "Tone" T On the mountain trial and larch lakes of theA-_' frimt m labl fntily jooi shJjpenrf .ibll jon dwp, will find itiM in any ol ipsrioBi Cmiudka P.citc It BjnH, I, It s LODIM, Emerald Victoria, Alter 'dimand3xo4 wu Ut Rocldet foa Eich yoa lofM- for Information apply J. GORDON, Depot Ticket Agent CLEVELAND STREET. CAR STRIKE OVER CLEVELAND, July car service, was resume j tare early today for the first time since when employees vthe wen v Clevelani Bajlway coiopany slrike. A aelilement reached ai ter a four hour conference last of. the city council. own particular capco as so problem by converting an un dbmaged "pill-bos" inlo a-teniporary ibme for himself nnd family. "Piil-boi'1' was" always an unfprlnn- ale and. misleading term for these con- crete forts. Nearly all rectan- gular and containc'd four or more large ineut of labor'a. bureau ot housing and living conditions, The. hill -would charge the proposed bureau vestlgaling housing and living condi- tions of the intl'iislrlal population of the and'provide for research experimenlstior., to make eco-. nomlcaliy' tbe .elimination of slums, the iimprovemenl'of. living conditions, the reduction of the cpj- structlon cost pi, (Iwellings-and ,thp financing of -extended home-building operations willi'-federal-apprpprialiori. U would -furthermore .assist_com- ava.ilaUle.'.eiJstini f v 'f f Q -f