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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SH? THOMAS LIKELY TO QUIT SOON Dertikene's 'Ad- vance on '-70-Mile take Prisoners BOLSHEVIK FORCES IN .CRIMEA CUT OFF ijOS'DON. July Crimea has been entlralr cleared ol Bolsheviks as result advance ol Hen. Dcnl- fceno1. irdofs-wesl of Ihc Dnieper rlter according to a war office, state The advance was rnont Itsned lodny. oTir a front, ot n li'calv. i-qceivcd'iic'ro -loility. The resolution reads: peace treaty tinned on June 28, 1919, as well as'the pro- tocol annexed and ipeci.il agree- mnEls on military occupation of the Hhincland are hereby ratified. This law becomes effective from Ihc its promulgation." jGermany Faces Monster DebtLoad jjff aenis lor the empire, new .tales and -._ n T I I I T SIARIE line ot-communication'between their fortes and those. In. Crimea. Gen DonlkeVe's volunlacrs have.jnet with great" success In all parts of lhe Ir6rit, tho statement says-. They havo reached" n point on the Caspian 15 mllca southwest of nublher column-Is oil tho bints of Ihn Volga, northwest of Tcbcraollar. In capturing Tsarltiin. lhe Denlhenc forces' toot prisoners and n num Ler of guns-and lire pursuing their ad vantage and are only 15 miles fron Sar-tov. -Tho volunteers have also pushed forty mile's beyond Kharkov, having "captured. Ekalerinoslav and AlBxanoruvslt. OTTAWA. 9.-Bolll papers this morning slate that Sir Thomas White had dcfln.ilYly decided -to rellro from the government. The Citizen mentions' Hon. Arthur Mei- giien aa his posslhV successor. Several weeks ago the llerald pub- he Sir Thomas-would re- tire from the government to occupy important post in'large llnancla' circles. B-ilnnatlon Not Accepted 'OTTAWA. resignation of Sir Thomas White JIB. finance has not yot been Sonic months Ills _ pi- Tl-ft.ina HYnrpssed-a OC ness Sir Thmnaa cipressed a desire, to Retire from public llisr and more j Eastern Labor Men recently tendered his r eslgnallon. Ott Krzljprger. minister of lluanct. speaking Weimar Ijtforo Hie Herman L'onal assembly yesterday. Among 1 Ihlngs. lhe payment of grants lo lieu unemploy- ed will be reduced, it Indi- cated in Ills addre.-B. empire's needs uiuit In divided helicelorlb between neeilE and Indemnities." he SRUI.. "This yr-ar'a eipendilures con- fronting" til frMi amount lo about r. I am firm- ly resolved lo tread liie hard ilalh of economy and therefore have giv.cn onl (he watchword lhal from October 1, 1813. there shall be no not detajl- cd and ihcro shall.be no mors wzr funds thV war finance system shall cease'and u rezular budget system must bs re established. first guiding principle is thnt there- must he no more un- productive expenditures. There- lore, a'.gradual ol non employment -graals faced. How are lhe "full at billion mirks, to he Alter citing the returns lo Ihe empire from -taxation measures prior lo and-durlnp the war. esil- n-allns the rersnue lo he derived from new tax bills, Heir Kriber- ger said: "There slill remains a sum ol over leu billion marks to he cov- ered. -Tht ministry of finance his almost completed the draft- ins o[ Iwo important bills, levying new taxes, which I Intend to sub- mit to tue house before the parlia- mentary recess'." he continued. "These call fpr a laiso single levy on property anil a large tax on business turnover, but even II the blllB are passed" the ruone. lor the payment ol Indemnities must bo obtained in some other way. In lhe autumrChew bills will he in- troduced In the national assem- bly with the final object ol cover- Ink this'deficit. .-'The. burdens of laiation will reach an absolutely terrible height. A floating debt of 12 bil- lion marks Is a constant danger. There are two ways In which lo Jo its conversion Into a fnucla loan or Its extinction by Wg levies anil heavy properly tax. I do not indulge tho hqpe that Uicse two ways will Immediately vield lhe entire amount ol bil- lion marks. It is lhe duty of pru- ne rtled people not only to bow to a suite of compulsion, but lo atu'eve an inward conviction as to Ilic necessity of giving up all riches, and that is Eilperlluous. "Changes in the system of taxa- tion will be speedily submitted lo the national assembly, nnd this re- form will lepresenl Ihe completion ol the whole work. -The world has denied ns inter- national justice' All.tli" more passionately and energetically, lin-rnver will we work for the home land again, -ami. flourishing In Justice, concentrate our cire Olid endeavor upon the poor but just Germany." Herr Brsherger concluded by asking that taxation hills be dis- poEcd ot before a recess is taken recently enere the urgent of the pro- mior Thuinas, .retained To- ronlcf yesterday. CarveLl, OTTAWA, July Ottawa neTCB- aiier says tills reslgnatlon.'.bf. .Sir Thomas While, minister of flnanco, was placed In Ifcrden Enthusiastic Npl Very Hchind Extertded'. "GOLD BLANKET ON7 LAIJOR-'MEN' TOIIONTO: July "CoW Blanket on Labor Veterans Plan an Airplane------, -_'turn voyage. In the facs ol reports For Peace Program .''d'.r EUlered It less hazard 4p-remain, Reports of East Winila Over lha Atlantic Cause Changt in Plans Wll-I. START TOMORROW OR FRIDAY WASHINGTON, July able wtather.for the relll'n of British R-34 over the EOUlherrT route to- Europe- during the next hourj lhe forecail In the weather report leni io I commander of the airship leday by lhe navy department. MINEOLA. July officer i.i cliarge of tho R 31 announced lhat there ivns no prospects lhat the Dig airship would away belorj- dawn tomorrow. It was mad. clear.iliovv- ever. that Uia Btart would be hane at daybreak tomorrow or on Friday, for al" thai hour lhe, maximum amount of gas could" be iisim OD in.tie gas uags. The alrshlp-ls reidy to fall Injj> the air for the east at any lime her com- mander, 0. H. Scott. decliM. Hi eorta .resaEe successful In uol Globe says today in. Itr, news columns: in., v-, "Underneath all tho Blad hand wel- accepted 11: I cora'o extended- officially JnyTloroiito. P. U. Lar- thero Is a feeling.among veil minister, of public works, be-1 lauor.oiucia ,.v-_, f- 1i. le fdre the J._i.a- lin 1 laUar.OIUClBlS, UlCJU ta _--- works, be- themselves'Itat'It ciiu of fore- .-j- ir lirlc-rmen n HC- IIW-II JUst ___ fore the cuu 01. iue to nc- '__ii. n_ WnvornrnpnL HnDQlDt.- c.opL: nppaln Three Cars ;of Nevv. Brunswick Men Off the blvrdpic Jumped Track ilOJiCTON, N.B., July The lo'unh mlHlarj- special from tlie Olym- pic at Halifax was derailed at. iboul 1 30 Ihls morning nl Atkinson Siil- ifiB about four miles easl of Thorop- ion Elation, miles west of Trnro. It was Ih.o special conlalnlne the New men, and comprised eight delay of th' Iwo July- S.-TrrtSnsportBllon till' -hnvo rc'sliKeiOn h; anes IJHHiil jiiJi, Queen'and Heaps and Messrs. Dunn and'Bfay'liaa remaintd in Winuiiieg, (lie scciio of Iheir late slttke-propo- gating acllvllies. Nobody.- sav. anvthlns openly for puhlication, but tbtii visil ia so openly Jlscnrstfi in labor halls" lhat lhe real opinion of Toronlp workers Is not hard to aScer- say they want funds iviili whlcli to defend the men uuder arrest j- in one union of.-. -_-.; Dcial'last "night. much din il.cosl to send four meiL down here and to Ilamillon and cars and a caboose. baggage nnd passenger cars remained on the Breaking awny- from tho others, i UTBU cars left the r'Wls and .toppled over lhe crabankmcni; Two cars and Iho caboose also lefl lhe rails but did not lopiilc over. The trucks were lorn off lhe cabooso, but tho caboose was hclil up hy (olegraph pole. The road- led was badly torn up for about 300 ynrdB The train was running abonl 35 miles an honr, When Iho earn rolled over, lhe kils fell on tho sol- Mlsrs; and men'and nils were all mixed un The men escaped Ihrough windows. Shortly aflcrsvard .they tnlll ill-es.slor.ssldc Iho Iraek and kept, ihemsclvea wann unlil help following is ofllclal llil o A. Corbel! sPlctou, thigh Injured 1 J. A. -lablanc, left sldo and hack niralneo J. 11. Culllnan, SI .lohn, scalp wounds; A. I.one, Lllar, N- I) scalp wouiiils; P. Cbaringlon, SI. John, slight nil on lorehejd; 1. dlohnry, cul about haad, and lllchard Whitly, Neguc. X. D., sllghl cul P.Cont 'hoad and "arras.1 The Monle- peace. xorrler- tn'cc protestinS; 'alleged ixcesaeS by S'fSSriii troops.ln'Mon- -t-heorc.v'THe'nole'Eay. that-cer- lain villages 'wera'altachid by a forci! of f.ODO which was equipped with and were demolished and women ar.d children killed. hnvo a; inruier the'Ger'mlvn plcnlpotenllaries ricslcnated to c'oroV lo" Versalllei lor 1DC1L aOlVn HCIU auu i" Kilcnener nnd OUawa and Montreal? The Globe figures up it will cost ?700 or ,'SOO for tr.-velling expenses. wIlihignMS6 to It developed i would not would not reacll: Versailles hcgln Ihe negotiations'.tomorrow ns The celebralion ol Peace Day, as plBi-.ncd hy "the war veterans, -irill.inea'b.a.great reunion oi-com- parts district in a monster. Kalhcring lo carry out a'iiroRram befll'Une the1 sion From plans that are'.already in moJion.-lhe Peace Day celcbratlon promises to he Ihc b.ig- and most unique1 celebra- held in tho city and dis- j It is" to be the day of the who vyent overseas, and they- inea'l to inake.il one to bo re- incmbereJ." One of the featiirtiE of July 19th will be tho big parade which will start nf 10.30 a.m. In this all Iho veterans ot lhe city ond Iho trlct who i-an'he gol. together will march in uniform. Attached OTTAWA, July" rail- way company started a .service' tills _ll.1.--.ini, 'Fit iirty. iiari jrcro -running men'on board and a pollcc- lilorm bn'ea_ch.'car.'There morning on "lhe Jay -of strike. Thirty: (iarai with exlru m man In nnHu', has liccn-.no dlaliirhaacs. Ambrdst Jennings and J. of Iho Ollawa Electric nnllwny Com- par.y, woro found Jn'llio courl charges ol having iisanlied employees comiiany on the night, during a Hlsturbance oiilsldo the cnr barns on were re- manded lor sc'fiiuricd. lot. R week hy Magistrate Ask'ivltli., -Thcr'sro at liberty on per.i6nnl .rccognlznnce. freely visll with lhe newapap- 'conlinucs lhe article. "They have no'other _objecl, tliev "iii'iinielorsoiu Mondny, than "fat of arousing 1 m] for trial by Jury ol whom the Dbminlon gov- ernment declares are lo be deported, The melal (rades listened lo sppci-hcs from lhe visitors-'and passed resolu- tions of hearty welcome. Jtio team- sters heard them also, -llul soike of lhe men (hoiiBlil it would be -iuit as well if the press Hid not mention-thai Alderman Heaps and QIIM-U. Messrs. Bray and Dunn wore among thoso presonl." Here another uona nd'; stalcmenl of n labor man; -rknow what they came to Toronto for. The election of officers for lhe Mrs. "Arthur Elliott "Who Had Stormy Career isj-'ound Murderer! to the parade Iliero will he the Mounted Police, ilie pily Uolicc. the A Is. I-.oala from Uie .uifferenl. corns in the will figure In the procession. stuulsi of nil kinds ahil'scVeWl prises. In the afternoon there will-be militnry. sporls of 'if sceti In Hilliln-: elude wrestling oh liorseback, lent pegging, fencing on Horseback and all the attractions, that go :wllli a 'tofelher with a. horse-Jumping exhibition, f Tbls is only parlbf lhe program so far arrangeJ. IHs on the cards that there will'Be an nyoplane flight, as arrangoments afe being made lo.mnke this a part of lhe, day's celebration. Wood tells Coundl of Trades ami I.alror Congress will auv' wind was blowing early LOd.ny, aricPlfwas predicted that all ganger of disaster from'winds had passe_d. Prospects'- Ihal'lhe would-gel, away between toildnlght and 8 a.m. lo- morrow seemed hrighten; when-W- II- firegg, a-weather eiperl; sent licro from Washington, announced .lhal tic heavr sonlhcart. gale ot yesterday had changed lo light west winds. flm. sitnallon was favorable and would con- tinual pfobably for IS hours he said Major. Cooke, nangalor .0. tn, dirigible, declared he undcrsCood tha. (hero had.heen "a "wonderlul change n weather lhat it wa likely lhe ship would ..pet away alioui 4 o'clock lomorrow morning. Report WASHINGTON, report of the weather says: "At Roosevelt Field, the wealher. Is 'cloudy unsettled during Thursday, moderale southerly wlndi, becoming IrcEh southwest hy Thursflay; morning. The start of-the R-34'on her .flight hould ho within the next over the southern cpurse.an prev-- ousl yauvlsed. and veather will be encountereii over the western ''Leave Tomorrow Sure ._-. MINKOLA', N.Y., July Brit. sh dirigible will start on Its re- urn flight before daybreak tomorrow, t wa's-announced positively this at einoon hy Major 0. H. Scott, comniftnder. Ho getaway, said, between 3 and 4 oclocv. rnnp l to EOoil ll1lBt ,V09 Imiiusjlbl ainfall during Jasl two weeks. It of peace hcoftn snow espctled.lhnt lhe average yield H, ralillcallon f grain In southern Alliertn and S: alchewaii will I trc, areordlns Vo' Information l' I'klion declarer! before the lies .'effective by WaS-ilecided In lavor of Uie liusblnn. Ju Alherlon. in 1511, liroughl sniq Ijon5 ftfr Blander her slster-.n-law, annilal cxhlhl Julv" W Int. tliA ,ltr BlttlJUCl ri Lady Audrey Dean Paul, and for the holding ilie'anmiaT'cxhlmtion m_Mf 29 i.au) 30 ai The exhibits of granted clnmogts o[ one farthing. J ]jva ?lock) lMrf nomej- nmnufaclurcs will "P stsrulnid of former and KrassM have been dry weather but ilreaflj' snmples can 6 f,