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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LtiTHmiLUGK, ALHEtVTA, -1-T.lOAY, JULY 11. NOIUF.U 17S New York is Wild About de Valera Welcomed'By Crowd of As of the Irish Kepnbllc" DENOUNCBS LEAGUE OF NATIONS Jalr thou- itna frrou crowded Madliou Square Qardea Uti nlchl to Kdmontl'da Valeri, vmltaM of Irtah repob- wba -ami chief ipcaker at i meet- lot WM held under the of the rrttndi of IrUh Freedom. It wu Mr. iM Vabra'i'rint pukllr teUih oltr. CowK F. Cohallan yraaUtd, and Chaplain rrtn- cli Dtttty tint speaker. Cakaillan laid tue purpoie of tlu MMtlng- wai three-fold: To par to president of the Irtib. ripaiblle; to welcome home Ibe IriBbrAjBtrlcan conunililoneri, and to protect tfalut the proposed league of which ii oolr an nttempi Kolchak Will Shoot Winnipeg Russians 're Deported to fouat L the world what ta noth- E an jLaEla-AmerJcau d bltsss greeted tblf a KQrlei of lioo'et CTctfted the Taenlloa of Sir Douglas Whei De advtneed to ihe p) at form to ipeik lie wildly clitered. for Rrpublic tfttr ralmitei, Jbe dtmonvtnttoa Berenl penoni Cell Ifaick into titelr "That Ii Hrw York'i of the Irlib Mr. da' Valeu Qulfltlr.: '-Tha of the Jriili -rflrt OrehKnoen, mher, conttnuinl hart not forgotten ibit.lbe" Idei republic founded Ic. lad I am certain that 1( ot lUTJJJQa would Au'd l-nMnUoa Btlfut'lt AM Tcrfk tovtell joti that In that tltjr Irlth N'a- XJonalUtH. In Cork., tUwir cwmirr. U i-Mri.Jh1 Wiim Ameer 'Of Afghanistan Protests Armistice Terms obtcrvir.ce. He reqUesti reciprocity In the matter of the with- drawal of and tho foregoing of Ihe frer movement of ovtfi aa ihe Afghans fire upon them, decplle strict prohibi- tion. Ha concluJei with an Invltallcn tt. the viccrgy to lix a date for tha arrival of Afghan delepatti. replying, the Ameer scenic lo forqei that the Afghan fiovamnwnt biynn'the war and Is now aulng for peace. The Ameer doet not Hli Majeity'i government wti deeply affected by what haa oocumd and that the British people ara Inctlgcant at the fact'of A power bslnOrwantonly cttjcked. Therefore, the government could not permit of any modification of the armistice termaC He Invited the Amaar to direct to present themtclvee by July 22 at the Brltfjh H'wa, whence they would be conducted to Rawalpindi. The include two Indtan Packer Domination Threatens 'Have Huns Whole Commercial Fabric of the U.S. By Controlling Food Supply j Treaty? ----------------------O IDIl. ROBERTSON URGES j KEMOVAL OK KMIURGO OX CANADIAN CATTLE ST. That tlie bailc priticlnlc ot demo- cruet .was Ibe recent aine'Ddment to tho'Immlgratfon Acl, pormlltlni ileiiorlnllon -of mem- bers o( cerlr.In orEanliattoni, was'al- Alderman aiid Fte. DUnn, tn-o "of thd Wlhnljiefi strike leaders, at a mass meetTtig here yes- terday iitlended byabGUt tlireo hun- dred labor men arid returned soldiers. In requesting ihoao. preacriL'to sign a-iielHlon asking. Ibo laliiister ol jus- tice (ci allow -the fire JljiBalans ar- reiled the lo a trial' and the production of eVldencB a'cainVt them iii opan court before deporting dermaa Queen.tald the.cagfeg of these men'were-lii the tindi tl-9, deuorla- UotL comralUeeo! Lhe.imTiiieraUcn dft- wt.cfc .was hot In the nature of a JndlcW did nol in- quire r Into- ;o( and had. ho adBlnlsbratiye powers. Hff.HTJnff Russians wlio Tfere arrestfd: wltli. stated ibat It-tbey yrore deioiHod they would to-tberKolcliak forces, 'which (hat ther'Vpuld be shot. not going out of' the ccantrr'-'iC-W'caa-'pre.-eiit It In-anj poislblo "If riiht' to pttfrAcwnqll-ii LocdoD. freedom lo r own lires in their own warrtrMdom. io Ike along their own to-'wprosa llieir own rn'cUridualiir In -iovornmenl triie, art MdlKwalure; freeScm lo _rilse their emu. fnatltuUonj in accord witii their .own lenlni; -freedom to come out oace more Into the big I world to tout in Us activities, lo act ana to contribute quota. to tviman accompilihment-. Iron the rule of baton a'od lie baronet, from the rifle, from machine BHDB; from police iplei prejudice; tram too Jhmlon of Inelr homes without writ or warrant; freedom from murder by -rib troubla in ;the until the police locked oat, police frith Wagon epoltai acdpilL cm- tha gtrteli In'thelr hi tad.' He the.', at tbe llraa of the arreiti'VroiriieQ had been from their oeds.hy policemen and annoyed ol their British toTftrnment agftnti; rrfciidoiu [bodies for Mddui.lite'ralire. Mtflhods -ar. Many pnnlih- nxsnls inToltliff prieon terms_or fines raltlffated.or by the board... The found In many cases thai punishment, while deserved In time of war, might be reiariiDil Iioalllltlcs have Private Dunn spoke at leiietu tram the standpoint of the rutiirned sol- diers, declaring IbaVsO per cent, ot Wlnnliicg'q relurue'il soldiers took part In-tile demonstration In lliat city Private IJunu deliberately ciiargdd the mayor of Winnipeg with Inciting tho people.to jiot. He had heiii .1 coTiDler-Uemonslralioii ot a few re- turned soldiers, who did not sympa- llilie irilh the slfikers, and speak- ing to tlielii' said tliey should go uou-n anil march around the-Labor Tcjnple, which n-ouU have ocen jetiLerately looking for trouble. "We liave no't In the Dominion today that for vre Lave he add- ed. Practically all those present at the meeting signed tic petition and pledged themselves lo write the min- ister of justice asking tlial iv fair trial should be given tho men arrested In connection with the IVInntpef strike.. WASHINGTON', Aerial mail routes were operated during the month of --Juno with almost perfect efficiency, Iho. post office department said -In a statement today On the Chicago-Cleveland division, machines 13.SM miles and carried Bounds'ol mail without a Eiriglo'Iall- TITO lo meet schedules, The speed of mail on that route was 97.-S miles an hour. Tho newest addition to the service, the route from New York to Cleveland, has been operating with the came suc- cess Binca July the department sail] while the original route from New York to Washington made a' S3 per cent, rocor.l during Jun9, 'carrying L-f- oC -raail, (or miles. total mile- Veterans'Reunion Arid Carnival Will Tnat ptoplB alone the Cardslon-Coutta Hntf aro cpmlnc to In a beiy to ctlc- paace Ii Iba irani broighl bitti lir Cant. E. O- tlie and An k> b( the Rotary Glob, vtio been Rarmmd, Slhlhlt aid IntcrrenlDt: townB to elicit Ihe fiupport of Ibe In maklni one lo: the, central city Ibat irtnild. be 'remembered for years to come.-' Parks and McKenilo arc' hljhly plffnad over cooperation of the town connclli and.cltlieni alonf the Iratloni dropped Jn firpr of 1he blj ichiraa, and eTerjtodr Tion- In hixiilliu. .A (rain alliciftl (o Ihe regular (n the-nbrolag in the crolfd Ihat'dimn't'conlo by raolor car. The (rllit 111 back 'at mldnlibt al the ctoie of the notary CarnlVaJ, the third night of which ends 'up the demonslrn- lloa In a of fliry. Velerani KaTe.'receiTt'J as- aiirancei of inpport from the -Vet- ergris o( if d Blilraiorii, and the bis reunion (rohtltet to niikp. I.ethbrUje iooX army camp, with khaki eteVrirliare oa Peace It uiderttAca all Veterans will W la AaXl'for' frenalon. MIlKifr; Ipdrti ,'der'on' Park frou'iidB' during Ihe afternoon will Introduce lOtntt thing atjolutoly hew'ln'th't iporti lino, In this gttt wdrld. In tho momlni- ft parade of Bll.Vct- erans and'flonli of ill foHH will feature Iho. prdfraijii The Veterans'plan lo band over the program HoUry .Club at o o'clock, and the RoUrians are do T7hftl they always "do entertain Ihe nionBter crowd UU midnight.. At 6.15 the Cardslon and Mafraltt ball will clash for So She May Pay Her Niil ional and Protect v JPi-operly V WASHINGTON, Aly' newed representations gn the Mexican situation have been made to the United, Stales government by Great Britain and France, it learned today at the slate de- For several months' these countries have been (urging upon the Unrted Slates the 'des7ra- bilityv of, putting Mexico on her feet so that she might resume.the payment on her national and other debts and, afford adequate protection .to foreign lives >and British are. holders of a- considerable amount of Mexi- can.bonds, both national and rail- way, while the. French have ex- tensive Investments in the banka, whlch.it has.been charged were by 'the government under th'e guise of oblaininc "loans." Nationals of botH hold extensive interests In oil properties'. trolllni; Interest in uH companies, min- ority interest in 9j others and unde- termined 302 and [hat they product or deal In 773 coramoJlties. largely food products. Tlio report Tlin ne iliai Ui casfs wbcrc territory U ceJeil llip, ralirfc-.ittun of treartcs wlilch lo5P Territory l? necessary, ib. addition apjiro'val by the central tnvtrnnicnt. t'onrfcijueiilly tLe Indc- IJenJcDl.acUori by Uavariu lor ibe Saar aud PruRSia for territorj" rcslor- ed to Poland may he required. It may Lc 5ald, Hit1 newspaper tLat the new been only fiarliallv accomplished whcii'lhjc (rcaly was ratified, but ft adds: "It is linpfevatiYe to avoid ElTiriK Genuaii legal ciperts a pretext fni proclaiming ihe lUe frealy." Harden to Washington COJ'KNKAGBN1. July Maximi- lian Harden, editor of the Die Zuhunfj. gives tliis particular tif growing pack- probably v.-lll bo er invasion Into related aucl unrelated !Gci'mLi industries; "In. addition to meat Jootis. they Uurcliase or Ocal in sucli_direrse com- as frcsli tomatoes" and mu.jo leathe: ambassador nt :oon as diplomatic relations are re- stored. the t'renidenblalt, of, Discuss Italian Problems and ctellon seed oil. i IiOMK. July Nitti and brcakftul luff. pGiulaniifl Foreign .Mlnlsler Tiitonr held an im- wasiiing potvdcr. Tholr branches arc not only stations Tor the dlalribalion nortant nieeling at tlie foreign of the various poliltcal. ot meat arid poultry, but Infee ou Ibe parties yesterday- The" nllituda oil chamclpr of wholesale srocery storef, !lhc foreign minister at ilio popes coo-1 dealers in various kiiida of. produce Terence respecting Italian aspirations' anJ Jobbers to special trade tiilerCEte. (lie mailer under discussion. 1C Dominating laterals I1'- the-tccllng licic that Sienor Tli- "Thcy have interests .large cuougli' tout will need the support ol nil par- 10 a dominating Influence in lynsi I ties to nuisU'r luc situation. of tlie. services cqnne'ctod .Ayltli protluclion ami anllnnl Bulgarlanj Coming foods and 'lueir br-produtts. anil- arc Juli" delegation v the Bulgarian government led lliem. They nnnpunce. Th'a loan companies, making-iheVneTe't-Eirry 1 al. Kngllieil-les- loans to growers nno. feeders of lire. JJains, nortK of'Paris; y.'--...; stock; .nro-Interested THOSE WHO WILL COME WITH PRINCE OF WALES i LONDQ.V, July Ast Those who will at lend Ihe Prince of Wales on his visit to Canada will be 1he private accre lary, Sir Oo'dfrer Thorna'; Kqnclrrloa Ca'plnlns lord Claude. llaniUlr.n anil lion. P. Tlieac art members of the prliice'ii houaeliblil. .Tho aneelnl appolnlmenls lor (he npprovcj by itlio Klnj: Chief o( sUH. Rear-Admiral Sir Uonel Ifalsey; naval aide, Cora- mander Dudley North; mllilsry secro- (arj-, E. U. Grlgg. TELEPHONE LINEMEN AT COAST TO WORK VANCOUVER, July and m'cn of (ho British company, who have been on strike fllnce- arc returning lo ivork, and 31 reporlcd for DR, PE3SOA 19 NEW BRAZIL PRESIDENT