Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta yULUMK Xll. K, .MONDAY, 1-1, W iso Dirigible R-34 Completes Trans-Atlantic Hon. N. W. Rowell Declares Liberal J[ Convention Will Not Represent Liberalism Throughout Dominion Trench aril Allies Celebrated Poacc By Triumphal Mnrch Through (he Cily JOl'-KKK AND FOCH HEADED THE PAHADE _______________ PA HIS, July (Associated] trlunjphil march ot al- lied America a troops (liroug'i I'aria began at S o'clock Ciila morn Inn- i The weather was brilliant, L-elng like October mid-summer. A thousand wounded soldiers willi or In wheel chairs .and for Iho most part. In clTlllan clothes. I led tho parade; being preceded by a drum corps., Guaa began firing uc. InlerVali IB President 1'alncarii placed; a wreath at the foot of the Cenotaph at. tha Arc d'Trtomnnc IIils morning. This empty ctaket, placed there in maniory of tbe alllod dead was also by other wreaths. these being placed by Premier 'Clfc- 'menceau. a French soldier. an Alsatian jflrj. c girl from Lorraine and. Colonel Edmund This Itiat In memory ot 72 members or tho Lafajelte tsca- drillo, who lost tbalr lirea during Ihe war. 1 Marshal Jeff re, the victor ol lha first battle of the Marne, paaao4 un- der the Arc dTrlomphe Bl o'clock. t He rode alono. Uelilml him cams iUr- the' aUlid duriajr. tha campaign ot i itira rf from. -rmgi. OTJAWA. July aiuffer Lo inquiries from biz in Durham counlv with reference io on ihe recent Liberal "wfl v DD 1J on In Ontario and the Liberal convention to be held in Oltawa in Augufl. lion. X. IV. Rowtll. president of the privy council, has'madc public a letlar he has irrJMea to J. B. Darld- one of the lending Liberals Ontario. Previous lo 'tbe recent provincial Liberal convention In Toronto, Mr. Howell anye, both VntoolEl aiid uou-Unlonist Llu- erals co-operated in provincial pol- itics under tbe temporary leader- ship of Mr. 1'roudtoot. Mr. Ilowell has changed ihc -The iuloler- anl altitude of one section of lhe> party apparently largely rcpre- 3 en ted a' tho convention loward Mr. IVoudfool ani] nlher Vnlonlsi I, a ibDWE that co-apftrailoii at tbc present time in proTlnclal polilica ii Impossible. Further, and I am eure "not leis" at [hli time. wai Ihe choice ol Mr. Depart as "leader-" gotia on lo explain thn.1 Mr. Depart "used his utmost efforts lo defeat Union Bo'vern- and Canada's war efTorl anil nof ouly lias Mr. Dpivart not wiib. Le ha> lieen opposed io llio iiolit-y ibe Lili- party. On the prohibillou question, Mr. It a well "As k-ader. lie will undoubtedly cLinjmaDd and secure tho support uf Ihc organized Kquor (radlr an-1 (hair f.'iesds In Oniarlo. Irre'jcc- livfi ol Tbey lon'x nputi liiiu aa ;he rising boye." Regarding the aith-jilc ol Lib- craVUnionisis toward ihe Uomui- Ion Liberal in August, Mr. Ilowel] "In rcTerejcc Io tbc conveotion lit August, as you are aware. It was not called by Liberal mcmbtrj uf.tUe HDIIEC ot. commoua. but by Mr. McKentic, as tin: learter gf ttial scetloa of the LfhcrjJs opposed Io I'mon snrcrnmritt. As you are no duubl aware, of the 132 Liberals eluded to tbo liouso of commons. 50 vcre rlectcd: as aupporcerj of (lie L'.iion Eovernnicrit ana S2 opposed; and of the 65 Liberals elected to rbe bouso pf co mm DUE outsUle o[ tbc province of CJue'bec. 49 wure porters, of the Vuion Kovernmcni nnd "2f> ojjposei; of the 52 Liber- alfi elected west of IQP Ottawa rlrer, J2 wcro supporiem of ibe 1'nlon Jjvernreeui aad 10 oynoied. "TLe liberals Iti tLe house of roninions who eupportei iho Vniou governnient were nui ami arc noi parlies Io the railing of Ihc You "ill, therefore, see Umi ihr- veiuion ia DOL a ot the Liberal pany.- tut a icmfenuoQ callf-il by a section ol lite jiariy llitit WHS hostile Io thfl war yoltcy of tlm Union. ami to Union itself. While, no doubt, soiuo Liberals ivho the I'nlon rneiil, will toinenlion will noL'be.ina poaitrou to repre- sent or peat-for the Liberals wJio supported thc-Unloi) (jovernmeni. "The Llbernl-UnioniBts de- cide tor irrespective tit the action of the August tou- vcniion, the COUTSD they should pursue hi the light of Hie sauie high Considerations of national rtaty' H-liicli guided Ibcm ivlieu '.hey joined'in forming and sup- poriing a Union government." Mr. Rowe'll-ccnclmlcs bis letter' with a itatemciiL ot the rcasons- vlucb compel the Union incnL to carry on for the present. HEROES 01 1.KA1) YICTOniOUS MARCH THRO' PARIS Anli-Jlrilisher Slirs Op Great Feeling in Mass Meeting in Chicago CONGRESS URGED TO UECOGN1XK KEPUIU.IC ff -c- WISSEL RESIGNS'FROM GERMAN GOVERNMENT DBRLIX. July 13-rHtrr TViJ- pC'eeottomlCB, in- lends to hli poet and the tiro r yrisit- Ji- PeTiHtnt, of line ihd wore South AlbertailWiU Pay In Khaki Saturday People aloe's the Cirdalba branch the celebration by pulling.on one ot are coming en "maue io llje Peace original carnlTals al Henderiou Park (air grounds. Starttng on Tliurs- MOOEiB JAW, Sast, Jnly Tlabyack, an .Austrian sort a returnari soldier, waa fodny sentenced to three years in the Prhico Albert penlten- .Uary on diarge o[ white slavery. of -ft'hlch lie was convicted Int. weat, Ifis counsel, O. R, Segaa applied for and TT35 eranted on Jlvo points, "vrhlch Incluria'an objec- tion thai the Indictment iraa draira by an a til rig agent ot Lho eral, not an ngenl; not corroborjited, and Uiat Improper ovldenea iria admitted. Tha woman through'whom Uabyack wns convicted of eierclelng control was Sadui.KulbaVa AUnnlpee irallrcsg. A similar charge Ing his T.-Uc was not yressed agalnil Uabynck: Captures (he Daily Graphic Cup Dp v Well CHICAGO, Jufy wom- and a 'mm wiro In- jured today when striken it tha Argo, Ills., plunl of the Corn Pro- duct i Refining company stopped carfl eirrylng men to the, plint and clathed with, armtd who wcra tht curt. A tholj we're -.fired, and guirdft.ilio near the Argo Hospital pud 10 Mre re- ported "to have been illghlly In- jured..t-Until Ihli the- vllliBc' hai been quiet the riot flit Thurify In whith three were killed and a BI3LEY, July A. Vincent, of Hamilton, secured tbo "Dally Graphic" first prite utter an exciting shool-oS with I'la; Kord, ol London, and Corp, Noyon, of Gucr- ssy. scored 2 bull, a magpie a bull; Xoyon tiro Inners find n hv wlilla Ford scored two bulls an 1 ma5pie, all Lhreo Ihus en.ualicln3 w U. then ma 1ft a bull and 1 rirals an inner a Papr. Marlln, of CJiIgary, the Graphic Alter of vltfi Capt. UlacK 'Martin xcin-it S. .Meore, Sirathcona, connection Ihe dcpnrlure of tne delegation, the Popolo Romano says iaignor Tiltoni lias had con- conirusntlor in-chief cam inn (.led other Ecnleuces nnd promised the inllUary conrtj would cease lo func- tion on July-ID, except in connection Viclorin; II. P. Svvnnl- ccsky, New Westminster. Vor QUE- hes: CnpL M. CoOtshutl. Duncan, attacks en members of His ferences with the king, informing him forces; that (fcose Interred C.T I of the "moral blou- (o lie. inniclcd upon .political grounJs would, lie liberated I j. B' in Flume and Dalnip.dn.' siioivrtcnic alioliMieil. July H.-'-lC. A. .onown, tlie ihip on Trhlch ihft of Wnlci will make hla Iqur lo rctutncil lt> Kngland lie crulso In support of thft view of llie.Biigneitlon (hat He el Is going to !li at tlio nenoffniwil cscdrL nrc Ilia onlr-Hrll Mia likclj to rlsi', jin harbor for llnlfi. I.ONnON, July f-onJon coimly conncH'A bevl.ig aA for MpindJtiire of on buildings during the which Ilicrc will bt fln urail IslVJl of CIS per cottage. tcbMu com- pleted (he council VIB OD ar- olher for vhlcli the annunl M tit Mch. Tho ultlmitn Is 6sllraaW4 tt Jtit HU3BANO DBOWNlNO OP WIFE TOUT ARTHUR, July C. P.'Tt. Heritor at Sellm elation, on lha Schrei- ber, nnd C. were drownnt) Jn Mifgoll Ixike, ntnr Schrelber the OTCrlJkrn- Inj ol n while-Ihfey were InK. .Mr, MrKlnnon Mhorn pre- 'cdy, V Western Supporters of Tariff Policy Ot Government Issue Statement U. C.; C. SwHror, Chinook. For Montreal: CapL Morgan, For Vancourer: L'spl. W- Young. Xorlli Vanronver. -Vor Vlc- Loria: Capt. V. II. Harrow, Capt. Muel- I Icr. Victoria; Lieut. P, Cochsh'u'.l, Vancouver Island. For Kdmonton: Capt. L'dmbnldn. For Calgary." H. Jtontgomery, Lieut. A, Broughton, Calgary; Lieut. II. C, Ilode, Capt. G. .T. Brown, 'Victoria; Licul. I1. Ucnslcy. Vancouver; (latlcl E. Clapperton, Kntnlo'opa; Cadet VV. OTTAWA, July Members bl'jlie slon will ne realized and will aceen farmers' orffanizationf. shouM besin houiifl of commons from Ihc Ihrea j (lie wisdom and prudence ot j n'llh pnspiblo Uclny lo jtre- ncatern provJurfcs wlio rolert Jfi nclioii In ilocllninff lo reject the liair pare such a caso in favor ol larirf re- port 01" Ihe i hereby iHHcring luaf. Mlef In.' IJie wcftt. WR have reason" (6 wllh Miclr collcagucrs who'] voletl j coulil nol refuse the otfur in j bcllotc that-llm government is an- Agilnat explain Ihclr poaUlon In a. view -of the government's xtous (o rasko sucli a revision ns will which follows In part: Jtl-at a (lioronelt Imuiry ivould he f on- .remote HID unrest and convictions wri not j-eront) Kuied in n fen' months i that hAvc long existed the ft to any of Die wn.n in our the west aurt a complete revision! lual Ihpy never have received desire and dclernilnatlou to cicrl ovary effort lo tree Iho west (rotn nil dullag thai hate long borne hp.ivily on tho pratrfo under Ibe clreumji'Ance-j .whlrh prfiaJled when Iho budget Introduced, ve uuablo'lo .sea Ibtl an? adranldge for out wc3t0Tn country could be itBCureu1 hy totlns this Juncluro vgilnat iho tariff propopnls of llio jjofernhicnl, thcat tall' short tot meeting Ihe nCeds and demands ot ihe people of ibe pralrlp, provinces, (hoj etlM go A conalderable distance In that direction, especially vrnen it [ft remembered lhat (he hn plcmenls required by ine (armtrs. ir I eluding Iht war Iflx of 7-j per ien" Is .reduced Ity fln arcrage ft'mpimt r Jl or 12 per ccnl. Tnking Uie'call mile (hut boon made- Ihal (lie re4ncllonfl In Ihl? year's lift a biiTiTcn of (lo.OOO.OOO of (lie n'cstern 'nnture tif 'Ih'eT' u.ado at ihe following session in fiscal Irentnicnl, j! "The ndditlonal thai llie l nnl people o( civslern Can- To.'inlly wl'Jt Information by (hat inquiry. ._ we reached tho capital citjada posficss.ltial unless it satisfactory Ihc of the session wo dlscov-: understnndlug can'be on. the (hHt MID government, holding llicitnriff. matters, the slratn which the view thai Iho war and the questions has long experienced be- nrlalnR ou( of II rare sllll paMmounl cause: of tbe fiscal" and absorbiJitt, had no intention of '-Ll rhanging Ihe larlff Ihls year. It was because o( llie persistent aafl ilrcnu- ous Tcpresenlatlons of .the western mCrnbers, who organizer! a special CAUCUS for tht'purpDse, lhat the tariff burdens carried by the settlers should be lightened at Ihe eArllSat .possible that the yfclcled anrf conceded to re which appear in tbls year's budget. "It-la announced that tho larltf in- quiry will begin at ari early dale., All Important polnla in (he1 west will tc nnd evidence, taken. It J5 o( Iho highest imporUncc nil nnh- lie trhlch might 'become io to endanger' lha federal pact, CKU-IIOI, ?rc thfnK, fall (o excrclso an Import' aiit bearing on (lie decision 'ol Tbe gDvernmthl, when nller the- iniiulry la made. Ihe tariff 1.4 finally adjusted. "Under, all. the we, as o" western con- stituencies, "cflir'ftol. too strongly' re- Advice thai, when the In qulr'y Ii being held, 'no slc-ne should bo ltd uniurrtcd on the parl of the "sfte that all Jn .ilil. bflTB a bear ing (o Influoficc ;Urlf Jusllco shouli wcalcrh .sclllers .to forirlAlfdn bodies- InKircsilfed. cipcclally I jr picsetitea id Ibe bnnrd ol P. Invin, Nelson, B." C. ly liecause of-thc heat rising from (he dty and partly, because of aii Bji- proacfiing cyclone Jruru tbe Great. 1-ikes. The. airship was very steady under ihe' cimnnstances. At 10.10 a.tu. Thursday the U-31 hcjdetl for her, Srotlish base al fln estunaled speed ot 74 miles AH liour, gcUjng tlic rull.ljcuetit or a So'-knol jvitiil Ilia southwest. At'' o'clock dlriglhJe crossed" c4 Slalei coast line. Four engines running at thai lime, whilo 'a fifth was being reitci. Ily niorntng ihc dirigible had covered 4'ib rnllos train (Yew Vork. Tl'io jnall was then sorled. It hicliidcd let' (era [or.King George, 'tbo liritisli for-' oilier gov'crninftnt depn'rl- hienU and n number of newspapers, the Rddlne: "We JIDJIC Ihls joiirncy will prove tha fastest newspaper slellvcry be- Vork.ouil London-yet ac- complished and l be llie forerunner of a regular interchange ot inaJl he- 'Ibe easl and west tlio t old and At '10.45 Ihe K-3A TTRB making kuotg nn hour on four engines, ihe forward engine haying lieen ;s topped. "If nil goes Ihe "log conllii- ned, commander ot ina H-31, wilt go slraigbt "to London lo' see how long It takes to' cross froci ilroarl- way tb riccaflrHy Circus, frojrl, the heart of one, rapJtal 'io, the heart ot another. At noon we had lunch with.' a ration ot rum. The latter -ffan7 much, appreciated as the had; turned cold. "Much '.secondary, melsvr- ologlcal Iiifpnualfon in the it was agreed, couM be oblainert cheaply by. equipping cable repair' ships with ohEtfrver'hiles find incrita.'1 l.ONDDN, July The closing nT tbe Victory loin ncpscd a IrpracnJoug mill of In- voslora. The final figures are not yet but ca'ImaLes fndlcatq -n (otal nr jCl.SOO.OQO.OOO. includliig- new money. JJanehcsler hwils the llsl ol provincial Inwns -.vllli KKNOUA. Ont., July hrancb of the party Ontario waa formed here yeslerrtny af- a'n'rr-Mverpoor'is 7econo' j terndon at fl Ceding haJcTln the Odd with -The rer- Fellows. Hall, a carter haying, been, tonal aubjcrlplton.was.onoof There -war 000 from "Private T." whoac (dphtltyfa largo.crowd preaenl- The has not' been dlreldged. new Sasswn subscribed fiJOO.OOO. following officerg o( the local lion dlecled: V. Heenan, Gordon BELOIAN WRECK i TEN, HRUSSKLS, July Teii persons were killed and '3? wlich' train wag 'derailed at yos- lerdfly. Tho w7ccl( was paused bV h red Xing of nh axlw son, .Allan, aec- j" The local Rgsoclattoh deqWcd lo. or-' ganlzp the'cohstlluency'.'place a candnlBlehilolhn field A" ;