Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
.VOLUMK XII. ALBERTA. Tl'KSDAY, JULY 15. 1919 NOlliKH 181 "Rowell Crosses Floor" Bo Says r Toronto menllng on His Statement VesUrdav FUTUKE UNIONISTS HIGH TARIFF PARTY Toronto Paper Thinks New Parly Will Receive Liille Support From West Anarchists Killed In Italian Strike Riots ROME, July occurred In various In Italy At LucerJa eight-periom were killed and 30 wounded. tJnr Genet anJrchUti'wera killed In a light carbirlniers. The engagement with the --which occurred at Stjtrl Pon- enle, four well ol Qrnoa, also resulted (n the arrett of four arur- A general jtrthe btgap at Calia NLsitlta, Sicily. people there marched through the ftlreelt, crying Vive Soviet and forced in and other neceiiltlei to reduce their prlcci W per cant. PARADE BATTLE-SCARRED VETERANS ON PEACE'DAYi British Airship TOUONTCX Juir The lenJinK r.rUcIc In llie'Globe (oiler la "Mr. non-ell crosses the and .-pays In part: "The Liberals of. Durham who voteil .'or Mr., Ilowell him no auihorliy to dc-slroy iKe historic jurly of Can- Rda by agreeing to a political merger ivltb the Conae'rvalivcs. II Mr, Row- 1 r.l, duriDE Iho campaign ot Dscem- I lier. 1517, had" lold tbe electors ot Durham that a vole for him meanl i T5lcrfor the creation of a new party 10 lake Iho place of the Liberal and j -Con ne FT all vo parlies -us formerly con- Rtrtutetl. !L IK doubtful wbclhof he could have been policies o( the new party to which- Mr, Ilowcll .and the majority (if the Ijiberal-L'plontsifi hare given their adtieslon -have not hoen any official prouounccfiietii, Thfi Liberal iiress declares thai tit; njalu lenahre of its intcgr'M.v in the policy o( adequate iiroUcllon must bojllis siono'of Unlonlsjo. "There lias hcea 110 dlnclairiicr from Mr, Itowcll. und II (s therefore nbla lo thai the Unionism u[ the future cssentlFilly n high Urllf null bli'lntcresls party, stccpcj In the iradftJdnH of Couaervollsm. ".After (bfc'ncjl eencra) Iho west Will no longer exercise "a moder- Pltng-. influence' wllhlr. ibc parly, tor 'it la tairjy certain lhat the west will then rpluyn to progresslTc Liberalism --with Hie (JulUiif Farmere' s -InEJcad ol .A ending Hjmonis'ls io vole for 'nljli is no'-'lozical rfaBoo'for the permanenl BlllaUce ,of men' who hold Order of Chaos Kolchak Winning Through the Dally Telegraph match. All three-'started vilh IURE- RmcHzcr then bull; Cope Inner and Artoll Smolder's third shot iras a liiagplo and dope a biitlj.lliua (he Can- adian by'rtne jioinl, Arkcll scoring only nn outer. IlKRLIK, Juir peclattons, rlifi IcJephoDO slrike did not end Ibis morning. In many oC the plebiscites -yesterday the employees raik'il lo accept Iho, employers' pio- pcEal nf 301 marks OODUF. Sparlacans and atlcndctl the roeot- iuga and lumeil toe -tide against tho union who -wanted the men la return to Another rote is he Ing taken The strike Clever Ihe bank clerks jg vanisbfing thai an arrangein'ent' will DB effected bhnk'may dcal'throueh the Industrial council Kith. its otru X RKULIN, July ii--Kmiiloyees here'havb What will without doubt feature of the peace celebration in Lethbrldge on Saturday next, in which the who'e of southern Alberta will parttclpaie, will be the trLumphal march of the bat- tle scarred veterans of the great war, who will gather from all the towns, villages and rural dlilrlcts far Ihtlr reunion marking the offi- cial ending of In which ikey fought to weli to uphold the honor and glory of the Dominion, With invHatlonG out In every di- rection, It Is expected that a con- tlnnint- of at leant 500 soldiers from outside points.will be pres- ehi, so thai there will bo any- where between 1000 and 2000 men in the procession; Uniforms are being brought out, buttons shlned and.the old military air being cul- tivated Ibis-week ED that wh'en the parade lakes place of the south who( will flock to Letiibrldge for the'day will see the. hoys at their very best People are not forgetting that this Is opportunity to pay a tribute to the boys who fought, so many of whom came back without in offi- cial and the event on Saturday will take on a special significance, oh that account, In addition-to the soldiers, who will be the feature of the parade, there will be brass bands, pipers' bands, floats suggestive of peace being put In by varioui business concerns, paradts by fraternal or- Ihe Mounted Police, A.P.P., fire and other or- ganlzallcns In cily. Alto- gether it promises to be the great- est parade ever staged in the cily, and a monster crowd will line the streets to witness its passing. Capt. Porter, Lieut. Palmer ano' Mayor Hardie left for Macleod this morning, and arrangements will bo made to have the Indiana of the Blood Reserve participate In the day-5 events. With the In- dian contingent will come two In- dian V.C.'s. The Rotarians have been asked by the Velerani to stage a- Kan- garoo court during the day, and more than a, little fun may be ex- peeled from Ihfa event- Tht Ro- tarians are also busy arranging for their big carnival which opens on Thurcdny night ana paves the way for the peace -celebration. The main pavilion at the fair grounds Is being transformed Into a bower of beauty from one end to the other with bunting, greens and other decorative, material, Jnd the three nights of the "carni- val will be full of'peppery fun. Two orchestras have been engaged for the dancing, which is .expect- ed lo attract hundreds, and the midway stunts and attractions will be In every-way original. Dirigible Under Construe (ion Will Carry Own Air- planes for I'rotectiou W1LM10LDTEN MILLION VEET GAS Will HLIVC Cruising Radius 0. Fly To Australia Paris Celebrates Last Ounce of Energy the Victorious Peace but Etlll I bent uiion' continuing Its tesUvUlea UD- U" the lasl ounco'ot celfinrallve ODergr T tpent, Paris ylc-, oted to day celebration well into t the work should Jie resumed, hut a large number ol ttie men say. Ihnt they lierslsl ia ihc .The man- a'Eeihcul of the IrAmways- has an- nounced (hat aJl do not return to work by Thursday will-be consiilcred dischargpd. lor'a continuarice of Iho Eirikc. jsilial1 h'ours.of Ihc mornmg. Each ol As [his Is nol a two-thirds' majoritv. lhe of July 14, the Illuminations, -the-.'fireworks, the 1 performances' in" tLe nattonml tli cat lhe street dancing, found its particular crowd. The climax ol lhe the appearance oT the TTiraudole. especial- ly brought Croiu Florence, where was mnde for-tJie occasion. It consisted of a series of connected, panels, bril- liantly illuminated by lamps anil adorned, vi'dlh OT the and celehrUics, together with inficripiiona recalling tbe princi- pal events of the war. The Vholc contrivanco" more than 3000 feet long.) Riglit hundred soldiers dragged the-Inimense machine through the principal streets on .hollj sldea of ihc Seine, Us prograsi being Accompanied by the strr.ina of military band music, and its everywhere being welcomed with liugc delleht by tlio Michel Miners Would Stick to 'Intefnuilonal (Huecial to The Herald) .MICtlHU July ti mass inecling cf the miners-, held berc U was decided to stick lo the .inlernalloafll find approach (.bfogi era tors .1 .lo resuming work nl A real spU'it, in evl-, dence titnong the people, and confcli.1 balllcs were notwllhslatifl- ingr the'ban that had. been ,'pul upou them by ihc As a sequel to llin" PrcsidecL Foincare hns wriltcn to 1'reniier Clcnicuccau, him In WASHINGTON, July reached the air experts cf "the United States governmsnt yfhal the British government has begun the construction of ihe largest dirigible that has yet been undertaken in the world, one that carry an equipment of six alrplanei for its nwn protection against heavier than air craft The dirigible and the iwo hanf- gars to be built for it will cost according to iht In- formation-reaching military men here. II will have a capacity of cubic feet, will he UQO feet long, 137 ftet In diameter and capable of lining which be more than tha lifting capacHy of fhe R-34, which has just made q round1 trip voyage across the Atlantic. The- cruis- ing radius of the new dirigible, which will be finished In from 18 to 20 months, is' given-as miles, and could U necessary eas- ily undertake the voyage from England to Australia. U.S.-Germany Zeppelin Service YOP.K. July, freight and passenger trans-'Allamli eervlcc to start about October 'lS be liveeu New York and Hamburg, will' Upston. Ctiicago, Gerlia and Diisscl jtlorff as porls of call, was aDnounccc In advertisements in German. newspapers and one Unitet trade- paper published hen' Jlans JCaliaras, an iii serlctl, llie said h? banker LO act as'agent for ati over seas dirlgibJo freight anil, pat'sengei The largest crowds were in Champa d'Elysees, where Ihe Ihe illn- were parLteularly benutiful in their' effect, notable feature of beinp the raya which upon the Arc oVTrioiuphe sent down magnificent, dvenuc. gathered around and admired lhe cenotaph and lhe vsrrts. IOCEW.IE Blatc und linllef Hootings for frcigh't shJpme'nU aric piissungeis. woiilrf "be. received nftei be' tcnlfltlvo prtco of 591 a ton had bcsi afl-ns-Lbo trans-Atlantic TrelglH ratf (about- more than (be ton rate h> lie f l he Iiad no idea n'a as Co laanv could carried. -v _.. liooks of New York Concern Would Raise Sunken Ships For His Successor To Ifc j Take a Rest OTTAWA. .Tuly Ttioroas conlnutcs as minister of fin- ance, untir Iii3 successor is appointed, success and Aiiad-fa'A- h3nor wag sared, but HnllTvCfir cbnaldtiW 11 lomaltc lo Incllc uVuatrlR, In the ijrcB ci Europe 'pTclen'rilng' Ihiil he nothing; Thjs edulvocallon Aras not only bul'most da Efrroua. Von TJrpItz tiUo Accuses Ho'l- mg of decUrnLlon ot war on Franco- fend A' J OTTA.WA TRAM STRIKE WILL'CONTINUE .OTTAWA. Jillx'JD.-Tbe strllie of the Ottawa employ- IB Bllll on, morntng Llio 'Mrlkcra, rote of oOj) 1C, re- fused to return, (6 work" unleas-the agrees fa reJnsWti fill alrik- Ing employees. The company !IBS tlidL sll Uic atrtke-hreakcrs wcro giiftrauleed jicrmdnmt cmplny tnent.nml tneu.tdkcn oh be relnYncil. Thl8.f7tcnii9 that more Ili'mi 10p lio ojil o( work If a sell" Southern Part of liiien'os Visited Ry 26 Kcct tif Rnow in PJaces nUK.VOS rncJit show Iliat ono uiillioii shCcp ami IGD.nQG catlla liava lieen drowned In floods in the. soulliern part of Huenos Ayros province. The. rail- ways anif lelcgrapli commvmitntiDn have been Interrupted and sevor.il scc- yons In thai been com- pltlcly cut oft for'more than iif wcok froirt this city. The floods were, tlue lo a monlh 6E the htavlcst rafnfall over.rccord'ed here. Over on. Iillean siflc of AT- rfcntlnft Inere liave heen'furthor heftry Ihc trans-Andtnean Hat I way, causing new dRmagfl line. AL oTie poliit tlia rictirls, on'ttie tracks ling accumulnlcrl to n 60 yards.. Tlio -fn Ihla.region JIAA more or f oullnnoiis for. a month and in aomo plncus thin 2G feet deep; for a lew ilaya lo Rsslst the IKJW mirt-j In, lading the duties or Iho of-! ncc. ;Sir Thomas h also willing (n aid; In-'ntiy way It may h'c llioujtlit ahlc in (lie ion ftinl flotation j n Korao -preliminary work alroady Has nl tlieJTjig Dominion' loan nrxt fall hnoii by him in this connection, Tlio'tstiriitg minister'lias made no plnns and Is not llkdly ID do so for SOHJD months, during whlcli will ho able lo lake nl his homA in Toronto. t ..FRANCE WON'T DEMAND PHODUCTON OF KAISEfl PAniS. July (lies- Moil of Ihc Julurc-falc p( (he fornicr Gcfrnftn emperor iva.i dlscissed liy Ihc Inter-alllcd rommlltcc on Xt said bpliRIf o( .lhe cpmrallUc Ihnl no tlcnmnd con- ccrnlns lias iljcc .uiT'enun _ lhe..piilcli Taber People Hold Celebralion ;i( Chin Lake fnir Own BARNWELL, July The people throughout ihls district art greatly encouraged ov'er recent rfe- vchpmentB of. the Irrigation pro- ject; The contract has been sign- ed by lhe board of directors and arrange me" rits have been cemplelr ed for- the, for lhe '.anal, and if all goei well the ex- cavating wllU begin wilhln tht wtek. A great celebration hat been planned lo like place at Chin Lake. 6rt lhe day the wark everybody If cordially Invited to be A splen- did program arranged and It Is to be the event In.lhe .or Taber. I of Uie country, l'tavcoiivcj" lo the French armies' on Ihls divino iiipmcnt Ihc passionate admiration anil gratitude of llie republic." premier has seW coDgratula- lions In Marshal.P'etnlri and tho allied commanders, through JIarshal [-'dch, tJie allied conunaDner-in-cliier Tlic jireminr cdncluded'hts leller Iq Mar- shal Pelaln lhe reminder lhal "Irom the viclory ot war ILere rcmnins' (he victory of iicaco'to be accom- Celebrated in U.S. NEW YORK, July Day celebration! here yrere not radical demonelratlons anfl'ln all parla of tlio cily tlie falV 'ol historic French fortress was commemorated by French nnfl Untied Slatea socfa- liCS.; Mora Uiau 3000 persons; last iiighl parlJcipaled In a celebration ol 6j or- the nnUecl French societies ol the city. Elaborate were taken by Ihfe'police during llie day lo pre- vent disorder1" radicals. ,L buildings nnd homes of proniliienl Actives visited Jirir olUce yeater clllzons being kept under close BiiarJ Hmlpr. Direction, ol ABslsUir District AUorncy ffilroc, following rn ceipt flf comiiJ.ilnla concerning UK firm, Kilroe statcj that so Taj he Iiad obtained 110 information re garilinp any' member corpora lion. The corporation, ol fering its oVn slack, for in corporalcd for the purpose of caploJt ing a now.moUiort ol raising sunkW vessels by'nieana'of Inflated contain cis placed villilri them. Its officials include .several wldclj known, shipping D.cteclivea also seized records ii (he brokerage firm.' a RoSsman, Sbcroinn and coinpany, fol loVing- receipt of coujplainla at Ihi XEW VORK. July of tld International "Marine Salvage Corpora tlon. valuer] ;it and llir corporattoD's book.were seized by dc lecllves N PAGE YORK, ifuly Nel- son J'sge, nrobaBsarlor to Maty -.arriving here last night from announced tnnl lie had rc- for. Ihe purpose of resigning liln poat, WASHINGTON, July. Re- quest was made by Governor Hob- erison, of Qklahofna. In. telegrams received yesterday by the ctate department for an of the murder of John W, (ftrrell, citizen, trre mic- treatment of his. wife tltd the woundlnp of -their son by Mexl-. cans in' the Tamplco. district k of Mexico. and unwar- ranted the Oklahoma governor's read, "Is but one of have occur- red In the republic of Meilco against American cltiiftnft'during the past years and no repftra- tion has ever been made for aartie.T .dlstrict'altorney's oKce. TWELVE UNIONS OPPOSE O. E. U. VSNCOUVKn, B. C.. July Twelve unions ar6 reported UVcn a definite stand against the One Big Union, ami [farliar'returng Imll-. cala that EGrcn orfanlzaHons- have signed the pollllon -clrculaled by-the Vn ST. JOll.V, N.U.. July Plans foi thfe welcome of the Prince of to Canada were perfected 'yeaterda'j aftcriiaoir at a meeting 'of official! with Sir Joscpli ropc.'under-secrelary. His Hoyal Highness aiiJ-parly rive at ForLrldge lalajid about o'clock on the. morning of -August 15 The battleship will jschor oiilsldi' Ihe 'harbor and Ihe party '-bir brought lip aboard .Iho atcanicr out at norcrnl tolnj f meh! lo that seven organlzaltons have .TJie landW will kp IhV ned the petition-clrculaled by; the Enstern company's 'where thIA lauor coilnfll. J) lnf cily cornralEJilOD'efi.'j ..-V..