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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta V HemW XII. ALHKRTA, SATUHDAY, JULY 12, 1919 NU.MHKH 17 Japs Are Cjruel to Koreans rmb.vlerlan Issue Rtport Alleging Skkmcful Atrocitiw KOREA DESCRIBED AS ANOTHER .BELGIUM NKW YORK, report ol Alleged Japnneao itroclUlea In Korea una oiado public today it the head- quarters oC tntf Trerbyteflaii Cbtirch In America. It li a of Inyeitl gallons ot reproaenlnliTos .In Korea iho 1'rcEbyttrtan In the Untied S'.atv, (allowing the imprison incut of sutna ot Its mlEs lout r lei by Ihe Japaneao Infer- in alien was transmltled'hy It" escaped the Japanese ce-QBor- shlp. Tho report, HQveralMhouiViid words In length, Is deferred by Ihe Pras-j hy I trie n Church In its InlrodJCllon I "The American newspaper! ure- al- ready lull lo overflowing with tha ie- poita or atrocities hi Korea.. Tip origin or tliese ire of 1m- JiieiHg, Importance, but ,HiLI- the; subjects' tan ifol claim our Attention. Knowing l'r-1- gluni Is'on-ihc it he- comes necessary. that1, the .facia be stntcil by aiyl these he held'Lo form ihu ba'sls ot con- strue [or rnaifon liter on." This Hrtlclc Is ivrlueh willi tills Idea ta mind. r "What IB rejjprleil here can bo ;lup: Healed fu scores of places In Korcn.. and Bomo of the far re- ceived arc even more harroYsJng thpn ones Uut as- "liiey haro'noL lieeii Hi OF L.F. AND E. DEMAND ACTION TO TOPPLE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING OKNVEn, Colo.', July With a llial "Uio liigh cost of living, live I'ig'i cost of dying, Ihc liigH cost of jusilce and llie oulragcously liigh cost of everylhinrj is llie paramount isiuo In world, the convention of llie Brotherhood of Locomotive Fjremeii Engincmcn here laic yesterday adoplcd a rcsolulion urgiifg- Hie cslnh- Jishracnt of a municipal mar'-' kct and cold slorage house to dcnl in neccssilics nnil Ilierc- by climinale (lie profits of the resolu- tion allttckcd pack- ers" alleging cpnlrpl of food procliicls' Germany In World Once More the: corajieteht wltneaseV, R-34 IS ONLY 170 BELA KUN AND LENINE ML OFF IRELAND PUN TO MAKE WHOLE jQF EUROPE BOLSHEVIK LONDON, July 1 2._The British dirigible R-34. return :ing to Scotland, reported her position at 3 p.m. Greenwich Blockade Lifted Nearly Five Years of Isolation i, 'mean degrees norlij latitude and 15 degrees r ,t r n n n" M t Today ;.v.'.. :Have Millions of Counterfeit British and French Bank Notes FOOD SHARKS LV GL'RMANV IHTTENS minutes west longitude. j .Jhis position shelved that R-34 had travelled ap- S 2675 miles in her trans-Atlantic flight from New York and was within 170 miles of the lush coast. Problem Before Peace, Confer- and Clemen- x ceau irC Conference PARIS, Italian dele- gation .haB sent, a note. to. the. peace Hnlr' a 'concision Qt'Tlen Tslri, 'China, It v iiectmo iviioivn Lodijr. !m, hul confine curacies "slrlclly I The Itallftii- request TTRB' placed or. (ncjdenffi.vrhfch are feiibjFn beyond flh'e program for the atlarnooh mcet- loiff'Of 'lire. Oilier mailers -'which the council will- consider include reports Sn.cpnieclion'' qiiestlon oC iradfUVt'UuBqlBbf rlk RUBB (a.- had the' fftiadow _J MafiaereB In Churches' "1 Koreans wtjo profesirf ara -aald driven hy Japanese (lariuM ;at 'p'olat.- of npoji thr died la ifi and later 01 wopleri arid '-children left iivdetv v v 'PreHrnlnary police examinalibiis at Koreans 'suspected of cumpilclly Jii ftcvenie'nt''jtre saul. lu tlie report's ol the I Include; iheinent In 'J'.fttA-- British CMf feign as In -Premier Clemen- teai iit _B -illted. council. over Cleihenwiau pre- WASHINGTON. July Uiej ocouoinic blockade to "be lifted accordauca with-liie I Decision of tlie council of five in preparations were under way for-the{ immediate resurupUou of trade be-j tween tlio former enemy power and i the Unitedi'Slalcs. Trading with Ger- many, pending ratification by (lie sen-1 nlo of ihc peace treaty and the formal termination of llie war-will lie carried! on under, a system lo be Issued ot the: slate department wliicl; recently took over tlic uMlIcg of trade board. 1 Food Profits Better j BERLIN, July Jlr-Jn view or the) impending raising ot the blockade, tho governmenl's recent action in re- duclug the price of food Is forcing food trafllckers lo gel rid of hidden EUP-I plies. As a result a sharp decline! in prices la reported from all sources In thc most marked de-' creases being in ihn Hhenisch zone ol occupation, ivhere they have, fallen [rom 30 lo CQ_ pfjvccnl. j As stocks in occupied territories, paroaily eicecd the demand, large i quantities arc teliig shipped lo where Eoorj'prlces still prevail. Berlin i probably will be Ihe last city to enjoy j price reductions, as much of (lie city's supplies must he long, dis- taticus, H -is reported from Weimar (.hat, Ihe government will exercise ''adive control.of Incoming: war material also The latter part of-Uie program meeting irllh vigorous op- position in commercial and Industrial and :cxporl circles, where 11 Is'main-i tained" tlsn.b personal initiative' more successful "abroad than, ment _ control... The clerical Gerniaala. .editorially- opposes Ihc-in 'Jecllb'iv of "'bureaucratic' copipulFory'. measures" in 'tho .nation's' IrariGilipii economies' rind declares Iriat Gefmau freedom." Wpalher Nasty PU1.HAM, iXorfolli. July The Yu'ealher was loo unfavorable today (o permit tbc dirigible (o go out Dieei llie II-34 ;i.s Intended and escort Hie At- lantic flier liomc. Expected Noon, Sunday IjOXRO.V, July yf conditions in Scoilaud, vrblch was off the coast of Ireland today, faas bceu advised by Ibo air ministry li? land at Pulbam, Norfolk. The airship i3 expected to he ihere by noon Sunday. A big gale is .reported Mowing over Siblland, and the 'strong wind, it is'said, would rjakc dan- gerous Ihft entrance ol the R-34 into- Uec.. shed at'East Fortune. There is a dirigible sLed at Pul- liani. for Mission at Vienna De- cides )3ela Kun'Musl be Proceeded Also Causing Trouble and Turks Clash. snd womtniqubjecled ___...... ___. possible' f of shnriiBrui treatment. ci 90.blows rained upon-Uie prisoners' with fnitilslerlng.Qf many lijs dnJ of which" iho' victim. .ft'Oie, BiirrjTed; WAS sent almost HfelcBs-fq'the" bospl- jal., One fiucb Ticttrti, 19 cai- by" urrcat- [h a ..wealthy ..with, lnde: French Treaty .irlreless has declAdd to enlruat lie "eiimlniilon.of'thp, peace treaty; to Us 'ordinary coirmitssidn of beaten-16 dearh foreign" iiu'iiiber of Us ed chargeij' pBndehl .Vewi.. It Is an liorered b'elireen -life and a hospital for.uioro s than.a month hefofe he irfta'senUlo "prlaon.'. uccii after which applied ..'-'rings the youth's, until ''ihe 7-upper 'tlio for iyfacre- upon blowg and kicks ifflta.- ndinials- lered until the victim fell "faJnlin's lo; 'iho Ud'was rcvlved't.! ifhleir- _ vals by cold .body puniKKmvnl' rr- Wcm'en A Blrrieo'j'ilMeiaeiit' by a tjul'.ed States" cd Aprll'22, 1919. said "tbe eiamina- .lion of bars Arrest- ed tot' their aetlTfUes la Uie 1: tncreased nlrife. will be .elected'fromHhVjdirirEfetilvarlles, and il IE number vlll Eiiille "otiiljs and and Paul Doumer, Heurj" Cherph..aid -'GUfirles bouls Hu Contiition Now Italy iias" onp Ihe request made'lti conference for a conwiilpn ai reported-to- day, .in prciis' '.dlapatcbis Paris, ftmmi up eiplanaUon Jh' There'wfls'no Jnrcrpittlpn'pn, the euh L. al, -'lUUadvftmhasty'..; 11 waa jgeBlcd in .some quRTleTH, thai. Italy .-was acQulre the former German- TsJn, its. owft- concefe> einiv so' as Lo -enlarge ,IU'S facllltlaa and-ft 3 for..the'dcclslon of the peace conference, not to award All to Dig Ditches On the Taber Extension t Flan to Have Proyincial Cabinet-Minjsters al Big Celebrate Turning of First well U.'F. A, Arranging. Ex- pected this Rush.Contract to Com- pletion. I-OXDOX, July Kxchaiige dispatch from Copenhagen quoliiif adyjces from IJudapept says that oifsb'ioji to Moscow seni hy llcla Run, tin' iluugarJan communist 'ileader, bas returned atier a lontf con- ference ivilh .Nikolai Lenlnc and Leon respectively Bolshevik prem- ier and minister of war. Rela Kun lias received a letter from Lciiiue saj'ins lhat Ilnagary IB tor be' Ihe for Bolshevik nropagacda agaiDEL the weslern European powers. The delegation reluming from Mos- cow is said to liavo ohlfllned several milliou coaularfell English and French ba life note a to be used in furthering the propaganda. Allies Must Act DASK-L, July repreaeula- lives of iho allies In VIenaa have de- cided that action taken ag- ainst Iho'proceeding ol Dela Kun'a 1 communist Eovernraent in Hungary, I according to tho X'eucs Teeehlatt of Vienna as quoted in a dispatch from 'ihc Austrian capital. clares. A spec-ill courier'has been sent Paris, to obtain necessary poncrs from Ibe-alJipd supreme council, Iho ntwa- psjier, declarer. 1 Bulgar Army Too Large SAI.ON1KI. July 1liat Bulgaria should bo Laiuiielled arnr, nc-wrpapcrs hero aLalt: thai ths fortes nov; with llie Bulgarian colora are three limes lha I size stipulated in the artnlstlce aRree- incnl. It Is said tliat tho troupa are concentrated in considerable numbers along (be Greek and Serbian and ihat bands o[ Irregular toldlbrs. arc being armed liy the Greeks Drive Turks SALOXIKI. July Greek army operatiap south ot Snrma la driving1 the Turkish forces there rap- iilly backward, forcing them to ahan- don in their flight, according lo a statement issued hy Greek arrujr headquarters. Tho Turks left, tbe bodies tban SO -I'omen aud children In a mutilated condition behind" them, the communication de-, v Resume Service LONDON', Britain is preparing lb'resiling hcr'cansiilfir In Rcrruauyvsoon arid, to.feiye every facility for British firing-to-dis- tribute Britlsti EOOUS (here, ehy's ihe Daily Mail..'. A" special commillee of tlie.foreign office'is selecting men for consular work end It is qxpected tlmt the Berlin will be Ap- pointed in Otc ilcar future.. _ It is expeclc'd tliat Germany send R charge d'atrairg hero; huL Ihfil j i al lo The Hcntldt ______, July 12- Oil Wednes- day, trustees ot the Taber District signed tho contract -.with Iho C.P.R. for llie .constriicTlqn nf -their Irriga- tion is expected the work by Uie end of rushed through Lo Burroyors are al- joh.VThe. members oil" Ihc day is.-Jiirned- and plan the -lion: b.uu- can Hou. A, J, McLean. Premier Stewart and oUier-tiisui- Ijtrs of Ihe-provincial legislature lo ue, present and deliyer ad- dresses. also Chat cntftrprislhe Uarnwell- lies send expert ropor lo Ot- and ship west the wLole cabinet lhat they may view not enthusiasm or TahDr'illsLrict over the in- cepllon of this Eiuall Irrigation project, "huL msiy also have R look at Iho-Coaldalo district and-see Ite'confrBBt between irrigated and uaifrigntcd -land, in a dry" BCnsou: Then and parsimony .woulil .the "winds antj ive would have 'tno big scheme launched fcrthwHh.. _ no.Gfinnan. anihassartor (or some lime..' Travel 'to.Germany will DC restricted, the nfiTrapaper says, bul boiia fide commercial travel- lers will be glren facilities lo go-any- where they desire. -PAUIS, .July delegaliftn "of the Bulgarian gcrerDruepl which lias Jieen IhvJled ,to "nainc plcnipolenllar-' ica lo come.lo'lhe' pence conference, anive In Paris'on. 25, IheJ newspapers announce. 'Tlie lion he quartered at Rngmcu-les- Balns, nortn -C- BELIEVE THIft FISH v NOT, IT. IS ytRUE NEVERTHELESS iTADEH, Delly river In'the VkJnltr ot Taber fell IftEt.Tuesdar dventng when Forbes, and. Gordoii' Tolton Japanese of either, ihe-'Jupine'ie ,o til tbli iltuatlqn to fihe "'dJitrcss .wonloA prBOQf.ri forced Ito undergo the polled- ftullured reflritd KpT'wn'.womert Vere iuhje'ctid lo the In.cdtifJuMon, after are rlalently antl-Amer- lean rarllclca .from cerlihi ttto repprt of Uiq.rreiby- niys. t any, more. -Tneia1 firtlclf lor reader ot of- tb'ft prtti 'Vhett tha. gOTarinlent pcrmlin; swK'. to" ta''pnbll AR the press 'ilTtyif is under when- isli juWlslied, FnlaeUpodt and llbeh. are aV lowtd ''i of V CALOAflY LONDON) Jiily ctotmcll (cniiiy appetl In fffe c Elnrcty' Company, Kew'Yprk.'MiA lha Calory Mllllnii cpncernfnK an ftclfon for .with hook 4, Hne t v: v; MILLIONS OF TONS OF ARE NEEDED WASlIlXGTpX, Arc. that 'ifib American coar Svlll be called 'w'6n to' furnish a nilrilmym of tons jposslbly.' .000 tons, for-European year, according to a report, of conditions abroad .by Q-- of Oifr bureau of mines. madA public o[ Iho ftur- 'ea'u.' 'In llie'- rerort 1 were reached hy ilr. Kfcc, irho', la'' a rncnibftr'-.of a special fllon studying.ihft. situation in Declares it Has Resulted in Sub- stantial Economies in States WASHiNGTOX, July hie' the fig'riciinura] bill vetoed today by: the president, in a communication to the hbuso of rep- ;esenlatives. declared that, he realized :hc grave inconvenience which may arise from Ihe postponement ol Iho legislation nl tlila time; but ho tell ohligtd lo withhold his signature he-. causo'lic Ijelievcrt lhat'tho rcpeAl, of Property oif British; May Cause Troiuble by of lth' 'eftvern- tha Mot- Von SUtM toil. ilwritt, 'whleh -tiivf :been Oreit HolUnd, tttntt ind th( rtporred to- diy to Iht frtftrtf Mexican W't: Kow wjt being by the who have braught in a 30.0CO'birrel well ,on The land. The Britlvh 'govcrnnient, It' fMrned, hat tiken.Mp the'.mattftr wlth: iovernment through diplornatlc thiwrffcli1 and hai adviifld'ihe-campanV pending' to fujfill lit obllgatlonl un- Meiicin tivv, The it lift en which (he Scotfith- Meulr'in Company cording to.ctmfiny ftitii In In way with the law sf _' :he daylight saying clause would the havb TieotV.paESed under the AVar Pre- cautions. Act, putting under fcontrol of the premier .Ibc, entire coal output of Ihe .Commonwralth, Tbo measure empowers the Australian [ed- cral.eoTerriinent lo ill wages and 'cqn- dillona of, cnirloymeiit, (n tho mines price of coal. Actlriff Premier Wall, In announcing the regulations, pointed was (akon In order to avolrt a-slrike of in South irhlch the output of llial itate would have aloppei and many' of the of Ih conmiohiveallii uaraljrzed. PBEJilDENT VETOED BILL' I v BECAUSE DAYLIGHT-WAS TO BE SAVED NO MORE _______, July -fr Wilson lo the agrlcuHuralbill Lccause'of its provision repealing Ihe day- Paring" law. E Stories of Bfulalilv of M.P. Daring italist" Prejs SJammed Vine Opportunity For .Canadian Trade Declares; "Sir Cllf- ford Sifton '.i ,rery great inconvenience to coup try." "'.'I "think I am justified in saying that" it would consLltu'te eomellimg more (hah W Jnconvenltnce. It would S Involve'a fieri ous The) Acl 6[ March, ,1918, to 'save daylifihtMi >eauHeil- not only from ti careful I of Industrial -Conditions liy com 1 pctcnt nisn-famlliar Tvith (ho buainesa operations ol Iho coiintry, tul also (rom' 9liservaliori pt llie, liappy anrt MONTREAL, July. for Canada is abroad anrt, ot course, there fs ti general Ad- for Ihe record ol nnr aol- iliers during the Sir Clifiord Silton said'ln an interview here.last Sir Clitford and Lady Sl'lon.Veturn- ed on the Olympic from Knpflnd a day or BO ago. Qncstlciied In raAUer of Imyierial preference, SVr, was of the opinion tUat direction arc progressing .favorably.. "As far as I cdulrt Icjirri'there'did not'seem to_be he said. "I LellcTC Boinc atEempt was made lo orgnnlze oppbsitia'n, ap- il did not get; Sir Clifford sahl IhftL-bt dii know nny of the itelalh oC (he'plan {.proposed for preference. 'Ot Canadian ,trade prospects aLrdad, he ipolnled out-lhat- there 't id' nob MIDEM July- beneficial consequence of similar ver I'asha, Talaf-Bey and Djcmal Paslia, leaders of the Turkish forern- moot diirlng ctyidemned [o 'dc' lodHy by. a Turtlsh courl- Ihc Ihc Turktsli goTernlnent during tho JegijjRllon In oilier countries whero Iras been adopled nild lias faun, far some time In opcralion nnd where II has rcfullcil, as Ihe set of .March 10. .1915, has resulle'd In Iho Hulled SUites, nordics.''. In snlislanllaL ceo- ST. JOHN, NHd., July irlcton revival ef a rumor thai Sir J.-D, wlllreilgA the chief jjuitkeirijp, of ,New Btuntwfck and. "Hon. f. B. tne Berden. govirn- mint, POLES TAKE LEAF OUT OF bAMADA'S BOOK WAHSA1V, .Julj-1 Polish dlcV voted today thai all titles should be ttlipprc-ssed. In fatnrc tliero will be except, milftary or- ders, and no1 except uftiverally Jlcgrccs, Xo one may- MccorAMon! without the war. _Knyer aiid "Ms leading associ atc.s. Ibc Yonrij, fled from Turkey several monlhs ago Snd Ufe'lr 'Sylifrcflbniila are unknown. Id niihlaldr'ot fi- nance; and lliibu AeUna KlazJhi, rbr- SliiekMil-IslRm, wcre'scnlenced'-to yeora.Rt hard labor. July. of al- leged brulallty Tierpettated cial conslAblea cprn-- mlUec_ and: tie'; eearched ".the- 'Jibiues -or" liie t arreeteil on the June 17 were told by Aldennati A. A. A. Bray. two.tof (he" men released (ram :Slcney Molinlaln at a'public frieej- In.St.-.-Anne's Hal. here last nlghl In aid or-the Winnipeg strikers'.de- fence That a' returned .soldier' turak-, ened by Jour special conslahlps; antl' with pointed- reVolrera mrl his wife made1 to rise in tlieii- preaen'ce and in ;i .scinl- nude .afate by them, .ivjis one .of (he charges made by .the two siieaTiers. Another, charge niriac by nipeg-ineir was. that the special com stables', mounted, on-; horses borr'oiyeit frofli the T, Eaton Cornpany, rode'bu the dpsc lo and cliiltlrcn he: cauae the croird laughed at their harassment and- iimhlllty. to direct congested trafric. R. ,E.-BrflVv-.Tvlio said he canic eusL especially _lo represent rcturjieil aoldiera clear Ihem miBreprcaeula- lion-to. which-thcy have he'eii ed Iho press, was the lirai speaker. "Tho" capitalist press has been Ing lo force down your .fhYoals tha lie that-llie. Trades ami.. Council forced Vhc labor-or difficulty 13 lo gel the The demand for all manner of slnjilo nianufacfureri wood ..hardware and FJIBST ELECTROCUTION V IN VERMONT TVJXDSOn, F. electrocuted at the stale prison here at 3 (a.m, today (or the murder ot his. wife's pn rents, Mr.' and Mrg. Henry Wfeglns, of An- doyer, fire years II was 'tho .first UEO of cleclriclly- in ijflpi.UV pbntsh- nient in the' slate, 'Previous execu- lions havfe been bf Th'o' cbtirt-irmrllar Ft I fa ill president ot (ha senate, and JJfiy, fortrier ot and {elAgraphs, AND FOCH-TO-' HEAD VICTOftV PARADE IMlllS, July r'noia issued evening announces llial Marshal Joffre vrHl--Accompany Jlar- shfll Foch al (ho. head ot vlcTory parade entire route. H Is I potnted oul .1hnl giro sntlafac- llon lo Mnrsllal Joffre'a frlcndfi, >vho OR. MENTIONED July (c. Col. Herbert. rind Capt." Voiiri'g ar6'.mflnll6netl> In .dis- patches of .Field HalR publish. ed VALEHA ily de Val- era, "prcslderit of'ihb onlvcd (n Chicago (oday, accompanied by OoTcrrioi1 Trtfflk P. -WaJati; senl nliroad by Irlali fo obtainI'recoRul- lion (it Ific peSco. confer- arc I otf Hie original tils name vi'fis left official program. SIX SOLDIERS RUtk PLUNGES INTO IOWA Thinks il .Should Be Included in 'BillVf War Losses Exacted from. Enemy UKLBOllllNti. "K Ihe bill Tor the TV ar losses does not (ncuidev iho war debt resttnp on.uSj Australi.'i will 'be cricvoiiAlx, de- clared; rr- tcnl ,slfitemejit .in, comment on llic; peace Ironty.vThls fe Iftlcen as (nrticat-" iiig.lho commonwealtlt' on the VUafnbultQn of the reparation exnclDfl from .the central empifit. 'It Is understood here lhat or .Axistra- lia.fs M'her shf.rc, although the boon lift in doubt as Ip.hoV she will1 fare on Ihe question tlemnlty. ,i fow'i, July 12. .r-Two bfffcVrt nmd pn'vatei were drownea in army iruck 'route 'from Crmp Humphrey, plunfied Hunlfng Creek, neir 'Eighteen, men weft lii truck number 6f jhftsd.ary unac- CouMerf for. and four' prlvatea, wtiMC .bocflet -'Mehtl 'y' GERMAN 'POTASH j LOSING MUCH -MONCY- r WKIMAR, dlcAle has petitioned.the governnlent lo grant 'par Increased of prodiicllpn. c-The rilcfltc clafirtR to IIBVC A dfifldl inarhs, for, fth'reo'V mdntSs. year and'.decJirRsjH bo' forccrf to r "I I-' Jm" Ih'j ;