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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSHAY. JCLY 10. 1019 ASSAULT-AT-ARMS WILLBEBIGFEATURE PEACEDAY.PROGRAM Canadian Peace Loan to be Floated This Fait Will Not Be Tax-Exempt f _____________ _ _'___________-------------------------------------' G -Prelim-1 is liltle doubt Ilial Hie rale of ill- otherwise obtained. Dim.ifijlie j hsl vcars of Ihe warscoun- inarv preparations for "llie Do-i Icrcsl will bo insulc altrac- I minion loan which is lo be float-j live us compared -with live rale in the fall are under way.iahwliicll Viclroy bomls can now PER3HING TO SPEAK tM IV IN.LONpON TODAY IXlNDON.Vuly IC.-Gen. Is Jell'61 ant speech Thunlay before the f, membera ol Ihe army coinnill- tees of both tons" of parlla- ment. Col. Wlniton Spencer Tons of-p'rovlstons arc beinfr sliippyl in from occupied territories, while Southern Alberto Is Bwelterfcig today in Ilic-ftr-UcBl day of year. With Ihex.mercury liovc-r- Ing -around llie century mirk in life shade, people are going about tbeir work wearing the fewest rros- -sible clothes, and even then the discomfort .la hard to hear. (ho hottest day cl the year, accpfdlng to meleoro- logical reading] taken at the Kx- pcrlmectal Farui. The niailmum of degrees was recorded. This is one" degree higher tbnn Ihe hot Sunday' during: the June spell. During night the mercury dropped to oS.Bifor one of the hot- n tlie hdrdle race and there .Will he everywhere in the city great store: cocoa, butter, sausages anil members.of-thc Mount other supplies have made Ihcir appear. ler It lias' passed.on. reporl's" coming in, Ine Idea ol n big reunion of the boys has. caught lor "in TleTSFrfniS op SaWfuay.' Tlie 4 A f- PRINCE SAILS AUG. 5. LONUOK, -July :A. Is officially announced t- thai Hie Prince of .Wales will embark on1 Iho battleship Re- nown for Canada oil August If Street Hailivay Company Docs Take Back Kornier Employees OTTAWA, July Allied Trenea and Labor Association of Ol last nlglit adopted .resolutions in support of-lbo striking streel.rallway men which rosy to a genera itrlkt being called In tho capital. Th rnlnlicer of labor Is requested .Jo orde the hoard of conciliation to resnm Us ilttin'gs', blJ 'cpnstilutionil right t Drier the board suspended being ques tlonod. and asked I taXo hack nil tho employee ntherwlse a.itrlko'Toto ,of all union Is -1 N Union men are siked lo boy.colt.tlj proiinl service on ths electric ral way .IhM-Ottawa Elcclr I.lgbt Compiny.l whkh la' headed b practically thi iimaNntereili. A mass meellui c! labor union In the city Is' lo bo held ahortly. The street railway company II fir In III stand-to retain all Iho men hit Iha slrlte bes and 0as the I'ervlco roatored to hi and oeclirei application! f i employment aio'comlni In faster Ib be carp of. In vlsw 01 today's 'diTelppQlen'U, .when tho men not lo back lo work union re-employed, the company, up to rosiimfl servlcft In'full. American, Canadian and Aljied Fliers to Prince' To Start Them TORONTO. July Seventeen entries and in cash prizes are already assured for the airplane con- lany Committees Appointed To Arrange Agendi 'and Line Up Prpgram OTTAWA, .July- Numerous committees have- lieen. Jnpoinleil to July IL'... July 13..- July 14.'.. July 15... Julv 16...........i... Coming on lop of the hottest June In many the present hot spell is drying up what crops and feed ihoripravious month.' TTundrcds'Of I.elhbrldge people aro seeking relief from Ihe hot cily by Irlps'to the mountains. _Walerlon Lakes is a iavorltp resort.this year, and many Letlibridge families have token up their" abode In'the soutli'a tests YromToronio'to'xeW'YoTv" "Relief from tlie .hot blast, which is The first event" which Is Ifbe start- burning up soulhern Alberta is not cd by the Prince ol Wales. Is schcd- predicted by weather prophets for a ulcdfo U'henHisHoyallligh- days yet. A week or ten days comes to open the exhibition. bc belore a I 'The meeting tho flpJAHs] c.omM- was held here hisl night, presided over by President neatly ol the Cl'.lb of Canada .and WHS attended by C.-M. Vooght. of Ihd American Fly- Ing Club, New York, and other load- ing aerial authorities. So far all the entries nro from Ibe United Hlalcs. hut II Is expected there will he 12 fliers from Canada in the Canada. which will last over live riaya. H was decided to admit tho raptured Gcr Mayor, HufchiRson Stands Scc- oiit! Among Canadians, Firsl Stage King's Prize July (Canadian As- jciated to the uuresl imong the markers -al BIsley, tliere ras n certain fear that Ibb firing In he first stage of the Ring's prize would seriously hampered. The Illtle Association counclMssued an tlie removal qf tho rifle holts over night. One marker was discovered signalling all bulls" when marksman vas actually making igples. Disciplinary measures were taken. The firing then proceeded normally. There iverc 10D3 for Iho King's prize at the first stago of 10 shqls at 200 yards and seven at 500 yorJs. against 3ST in 18H. Including one, Miss Preston ol the nursing service. 200 yards were oscellent Ihe opening, bul the wind freshened considerably later. Sir Edward Kemp. Dominion over- Bias minisler; Gen.' Turner Pay- master, Ihe- ranges yes- TnVformer. Conditions, at 505'yards 'again have been restored In Iho King's prize, first staee, 10 shots being taien. The Canadian scores at this ronge were: 39, aggregate for first 78; IJalfo'lir, Chan-, ler 10, CG; Elliolt, 35, 70; Francis, 40 79; Gerriug, 88, 7S; Hulchlnnon, 12 SI' Johnson, 38, 73; Kaulfmann, 3'9, 71; Martin; 35, 75; Mortimer, 38, SO; W. Morris; 12, S3; Mills, 3i. 73; 35, 11; Ray. 23, !7; Slchard- STAHT WOIiK REVISING I aUTClI-BELGIAN TKEATY I .j 1 PARIS. July 15.--A note been received Irom Uela Kun. foreign min- ister of tho Hungarian soviet govern- ment, declaring that the Czechs and llumanlans violated the'terms of the armlstico with Hungary and, that, con- senuently; Hungarian forces wero or dered lo cross fixed by the armistice. Tho nolo claims that this order was Issued In sell-defence SPANISH CABINET RESIGNS LONDON. July 16 The Spanleh cabinet, headed by An- tonlo Maura, whlcli wis form- ed on April 15 last, haa resign- eJ, accordins to a lleuler dls- patch from Madrid. victory paraoc amuiua-. num iu to liml'n ctelegnte to Ottawa to uls-l Hrltish war ofllce today and presented cuss the nvnller 'at a mceling lo be distinguished service medals lo 'a with Ihe provincial aiithorilles oni niilutar ol prominent British" 'g6vern; Wcrlnesdny. The mine managtra will ment dmc'erj. Those who recoive.il 1 their medals were Viscount Jlllner. ECcrclflry for The colonies; Wtnsloji clal'hiita have been cnulpiied tnjliq! Khybor district for the (ifj not send a delegale. CUELPH'MAY'TURN OVER STREET RAILWAY T6 C.P.R. Kenitor of tbe (orelgn relallonl cpmmltleB. lln TOWN IXJNUON', July. 160 miles h.ns been captured by tho. a.ccord- derntooa to bo one of Iho IS Kepub- Ing lo a lu.sslan re- M whom the prejl- celve.l here oc- 'f MORE- CANADIAN WOUNDED COMINO hcRt cases. The' violent Spencer Churchill, secrelary ot war; ....._......- viscount Weir, direclor- ------r general of aircraft.production; Baron GUBL.PII, Ont, July city Weir) forrrjer council at a'spcnlaj meellng la'at night council al.vspccla! mecllng last nlsht munitions, and Felix (lis- dedldcd to submit a bylaw to the general. on August .11, asking a verdict j p'reEentirig the medals. Gen. the p erdict 6n tho proposition of Ihe Grand-River a subsidiary of they WCTA a loken' of tho Unlterl Stales dtnl 10 OTTAWA, July mill-' lln dcporlment ha3 been ad- vised lhal the ainbulnnce trans- ,60 'years, for services reclplehts: f by if .ylSCU lilill lllu port with 805 Cnna- -J tf nllin wounded on board, will reach'1-1'orlland on 6f aholil July 22i r t. EX-KAJSER GEJ3 TlRED i A7.1EHOXGEN, July former German omptror rcfralndd todty from sawing1 trees lor tlio first time In eov- oral months. H is understood ho -Is. Buffering from ,a cold. iThe formti' emprosa hns pxpericnced> recurrence of licr heart alfcrtlon; the OPPOSE'MONDAY .-_ STRIKE IN FrXANCE 'PAHia! yJiily Southern French 1'allroad :Unlon has passed a resolution opposing the general strike on .Monday; July 2i, "as lo prolcsslonalialnis'and Inspired solely by political.objecls.'- epidemic ,vhlcli broke out hi June, lasteQ iy'Ihreo weeks.' There were 16631 cases and- SOS rtealhs, principally; among'lhe vnmp folloivcrs. S If ,ne sh officers anil 16 inen Blso died, hnl w bep wagori Works wsre reporl- the disease is now practically, stamr.- cd out. A special train nbw dally car-. rles .Iroops for thort epell.s'lo' Mnrree hills. The .now belter housed and (ed than-'In, any prevbus frontier campaign, The grim steadlnes's of tho .British In fas- Ing the heal deserve1! the'tilniosl ad' nlratlon. '_ TWELVE KILLED IN TAfJIK STEAMER EXPLOSION CARDIFF, July pcraoos were killed In ih.o eiploilon.on board Wagon a subsidiary of the Internalional Harvealer Company, walked, out. Yesterday 6000 em- ot ttic McCormlck Rcapflr 'Work, wenl or Today fMM Jprcad Oihjr ojvhkh closed. he tmplpyets of b WagoFj Works wsre reporl- ed lo to work 'to- day. Officials ,oi Ihe company, iii a statement, declare thai IhV average hourly wanes 'of the men hJVe been incrsased 114 per cenl. since ''J'lir.e, 1514. SALVADOR LEADER DEAD Ihe Hrillsh lank sleamer.nMHeaf yes UniieVsit, lerday. Tlio wris ca, n an ncciimiila Ion ofvgas.'' "o was undergoing repairs lir-fe.at' inc. time of Ihe accident. SA.V Republic vador, July Salvador Clal- Icgols' Is dead. He will be gWen the- i ft fffnerni nf pr and life "arbltrillon mllllary lioiioA of a general of ion hy: (irdor of Ihe goTernmcnt. was ;