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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fferaW LKTHBIUDGfi, ALBERTA. THURSDAY. JULY 17, 1913 18H TON TO Opening'of Koiiry Carairal is Signal to Up For Day Joy SATURDAY'S BIGGEST IN PROVINCE Thanks to HID .cool -rare coming dovn from tbt north, citizens are looking forward lo the opening of Iho RoUry Carnival tonight and the peace celobrnlkui on Saturdxy whh dtul more eagerness than tfas the cate oa Wedneaday, ivhtn. all eicr- tfop seme out pi lha quesl'.on OTiIng to tbe fnlCQfle huRt. The .'matn prrillon Iho fair li a litre of Industry todiy as rpund off their prepara- tions for th'e opening ol the peace car- "and danco lonlgnl. _ With no BOUtheru'Alberta fair. liooked for people are looking forward lo I cnrnlvM peace day i celebration staged by lha Veterans (n! tike Its; place. Tbe carnival, which wJJl run eiery the remainder ol de webk, starling 8-30, Is to he one of the biggest affairs of tbe kind ever staged in southern Alberta, and 11 tbe nBl proceeds arc lo go lo -wnrlhy purposes, namely. Hie Grait Wair. Veterans' building fund, the NurFlng nnd Iho RoLary Com- mnally Sen'lce Fund, Uearly public Is looked for. The finest ID the clly haa secured lor which will occupy. both NOTICE! In puriMDce o[ the aeclintlqn dsued ty Ilie Prime Minisler of Ihe Donliitoa of Caudt, Sir Robert L. Bordeu. and Uy virluc of Ihe powers In m I, Dunon Llvlnjalone Harilie, Mayor ot City ol LelibrUje, do proclaim tilt Salmday. Iho 19tn ot July, 1: and eiill be is Public Holiday. order to tee food cHVtens ol to attend aud die part Li TtrIM] and mMtlDEi trrsuKcJ for (lie celebration ol oo till day. And ill gaoi cltlzejiB are cilled upon to obserre the some by tho suspension ef builness on the dale above mentioned. GOD SAVE THE KING. V. W. D. L. HARDIE, Mayor. PREPAREIOIAKE _ decoralc'd'u'i- and this feature alone will L hundredi: Aa for the midway, seeing convince thai il-lsf the .beat ever put .t-OKeihcr. ,_V More and.tncrc'Jt becomes evident lhat 'Sou I her n. Alberta wlto and [ntnily ivtll all bo rierc'on Sfllur- day, Ore at wlieri, under auspices.of'.th' War Letlilirldge" will _seeV to" emulate peace celebrations In allparts.'oC lie So bridge is inakLrig greater preparations for the day, than any oiher city ''in and the erotvds will cordingly large." the whole south will be ono grand reunion, (lie "first since peaca vaa binned, and Ihb local Teterane and tlUieui are going lo do iiieir test-tc make the day's program such lhat they hold the soldi era' reunion in Lett- bridge crory year. _ Not Likely Foreign Troops Will Be Germans and Polea Aniioua For Fe'ace. PARIS, July of the TarCoiis peace delegations seem coDti- ucnt that tho difficulties betweea tho Poles and the Germans cah'be adjust- ed ED ai lo hold tlic plebiscite in npper Slleala ivitlioiit tho, necessity using foreign'military Iprces. Plans tor'iho plebiscite are being "prepared rap'dly. All Genpin will earti itfe "dialrlclr pcaceablj'i 'accord- ing to present indlcalions, .and enable Ihe allies, (o organize .a "local police sufficiently slVong lojcsure iirci-' per conduct 'ot the .'billottlng. The atfltetfl, faaVo ex- meet' POWER BOATS FUHN19H YACHTING MEET THRILL3 T, Oti dele- iiid 'to. Ve erf" the opinion that thi ire disposed to In firod part ot tbe'trealy (onni tJon of tbe ft> A sf s, v RAINS IN NORTH CA1.OAP.Yr July ra'ns icll in tbe Calgary dls- irlct as far aoulh PJ Okotofcs last night and today. Tlie district aleo Iiad a show- v IT. Weal of Jlcd. Deer the Glenalrn district" .had tour Loura' heavy rain. V v v Delegation Headed By General .Theodproff Will Reach Paris on July 25 SHERR1CK, WHO SHOT DOWN VETERAN NEAR COLLINGWOOD, HIMSELF DROPPED DEAD ON SAME DAY WHEN ARRAIGNED IN COURT COLLINGWOOD, peculiar circumitancei a double tragedy enacted here yesterday- began thi farm of Amos Bherrlek, on the outskirts of Ihc town, eirly yesterday morning, when Sherrlck sViot killed a young man named John Mooney, a return- ed toldier, whom he found In hfs pig pen. It ended in the cudden death of Sherrlck In the police court whfn standing before Police Magistrate Hogg, preparing to listen to the formal charge of murder which had been laid against him by the police. Sherrlck was 65 yean old ana had been a resident of the township far miny The report of the death of Mooney undoubtedly cauied RELEASE HUN PRISONERS .j, 4 PRINCE TO VISIT U.S. LONDON', July mnji. Prltico of Wales will visit (ho INTERNED, SWITZERLAND) 13Dlted durlnP his tom' lug trip, tlie Press Assc-clallOQ today. PARIS. July FJulgariaiiJ delegation which is to receive Ilie al- lied terms will arrive in Paris July 25. The peace conference Jtas been notified tbat H TvJH comprise Ihc fol- lowing: Geu. Theodoroff, foreign minister, president of Uio delegation; Iir. Saka- rolT, minister of Industry and labor; M. Ganett, mlnlsttT of jus- M. Spaiibouliskr, minister be public works, and if. Santuoff, min- ister of fiuaacc. Release Interned Germans UEHNE. July last of thu .German prisoners Inlenied (n Swit- zerland will be sent homo sliorlly. The Swiss government has arranged with the allies ,to repatriate the Oer- ninnF, which number abouL 3.0QO. slates today, Tlio prince'a tour. howeTtr, will primar- ily a coloDial one. the assocla- lion annouuceinem adds, and most of Ills time will spent in Canada, Vickers Alcn Go Wack to Work Workers' Dispute is Most Serious ltlni for the proVlnctB, Upper Blleila and other of Poland occu- pied by Genaan Thera> be lhat the extreme exHUng there months ago la disappearing gradually general deatro lo aroJd.furihtr'J'ishtJni1 begin work of economic.1 reconstruction. PUT-IN-IUY, Ohio. Jujr. >QTror agjih furnished the-thrills jesterdny Iri tho Inter-Lake "Yachting AESoclatioD rueel wMoN Is being held here. .Oar, Jr.j of Gar Wood's boats, trarersed. Ihe Ib-mile course. In minutes.e.nd.E seconds, an average tof 34.61'm'lea an hour ASK PRESIDENT FOH i 'SHANTUNG PROTEST WASHINGTON, July a record votojor the senate Adopted a resolution by 'Senator Idaho, asking (he president the senate not incompfttlbJe with Ihe public Interest" a copy a-proUrst aald to hare been ioade_by Eome m'ftmbers' of the Amer- ican peace 'commiaalon .igatnat tho ShantunK In Ihc peace treaty. i, July Ihe re: turn lo Canadian Vickers plant ol Ins Lqilermateers and iron era-.thlR morning, the local 'labor' sit- uation assumed a more promising; out-' look.-'fHope ol'peace, in tlie IpdusLry.iB Blrongcr than ait any llnle during the present season, with some of the largest contractors slioTlng a tendency to meet the men and settle difficulties''in conference. The mimber "ot striking-cigar.mak- ers waa Increased to about 300 Icrday when'sorap, workers ivho 'did not strike last week went out: f Tlic WacJcsmUhs ond horaeshoeri" are sllil oat, but M. E. who la handling business of the disputes for tbe .worXcrs, staled yesterday he expected ihey would be settled in a couple of days. The TBOst serious industrial disputo on In the city is that involving about textile jvorkcrs. Xo de were reporteil yesterday, The foup-ilycrs, who are still out, TC- ported no inrthcr developments, bul something h oipected place in a tew Any9. PARIS. July ler Cleroenceau sent a. rueasage of thanks to Admiral Koichak, head of the AlMiussfaa 'government at Omaft, In reply to a hieunge of-congratula- tion upon o( the German peace treaty. Prcmfcr Clemencefliu, In.Ma reply, said the allies and particularly 'France do not forget the alfl the Tlus- sian armies. the hope RmtfTa would Boon resumfi her place -amonp (he nallons. Province Making Plans To Meet Feed Situation OANMR But Trades and Labor Council >Iust Be Responsible For What Transpires CJUXJARV, July Sale of a cer-i (aln .proporifon of (he Black In tho dried out areas and the Importation of feed from and eastern Can- ,Mdfc arc (he menu by Ihc gc-rprimsot to altoyJate tho Altunllon by the partial troy Tho announcement roado (lit eranlns by. Premier Chte. Blew jvrl, one third ol the coil- of port at Ion vlU.ta bornti by Iho pror- OBfl' thq Dominion gor- 'the third Iho faHwir It the plan BuiKetled by rtfc gov- ernment Bccaptaow. lion- Duncan mlnliler 6f ture, hai, according to Mr. Slewarl, hesn much attention lo thd yrobJem Lima past, and Is hopifnl tbat a flotation of tho dim cull! OR will be arrived at on tha llnca propoied. 'Marhat Per Iti Mr, BUwarl'a opmlon, the trans- portation of, fawer dim- tbkn thd dlapotial of tiock from the "areas Vhlch Ttaffl' f UL aioclOut Il' suffered from market for In Ihe nrens that suffered aaosL lhat, tbe stock la In the moit auIUblfl condllfoo for arJcitlEf. Referring to Ih6 of' ei- tendid credit for Ihe who have ban financially reduced by fiuccasjlre crop ffllluroj, .said that oompltlnU had received that mortgago wcru'itoi alwaya disposed, lo grarit such trerilU. Jl would apntiir la; bo eminently doilr- able in own -thai ihsy should consider tho Interest of the jftltlera irho, Owing imfaTorablc weather wouM untblo lo their obUffftUonn tl obcc. Thin ires a matter Ir, which trie mealer In churtbdra had pftwer -The pro- Tlnclal ROTBrnmAnt bftd hoi. legal 'pow- er ExUntlon of Credit One of the dlilrlcts in which tho farnnirfl hafa tnoH Is leod, and a delegation frooi that -con- JtHtnency last.' fcVonlhg waited .on July A, A, Heaps ami" Pie. nray, Wlunlpcs, alrike leaders, will ng.iln address .a. Montreal audience nlshl at an open air meeting on Fletcher's Field, the meeUrig Is to .be.held un- Ilie auspices of tho rvlonlrcal Trnrics and Labon Council. 1'ermis- sicn lor holding the meeting granted yesterday by the arlnilnfjtra- Uvo. coiurolaslon lo John Foster Ougltve l Francq, rcproacnling Trades nnd Labor Council, on the un- deraUndfng lliat U was lo be-held under tho auspices of lhat body, ami that it robheir. lie fled lie rlly. and was arresicd'while preparing .b. sail for Japan. belnff 'h'eli! the Canadian authorities 'pendiug extfa.dlttou. This is Laical Cabiivel Recqrn structlon For HenllK Post ANO ME1GHEN SLATED FOR FINANCE MINISTER. Mercury Slood at 97 Wednesday But Dropped to 53 Dur- ing Night Though it would have been hard Co conTlnco anyone yester- day that It was a cooler day than Tuesday, nevertheless Ihe ologlcal reading Uken Iho Ex- perimental Farm ehowcd this to he iho" caso. The mercury stood at 57 on Wednesday, ag asalnst so that Ihcro waa a half de- gree in favor ol yesterday. However, Ihe hot Epulhweat wind1 on seemed to carry the licaL In waves which made It much more" uncorolorl- ahlc tlru the previous daya or Ihe July hot Epfell. The, presence o[ smoke in1 the air, apparently from flre3 which are said to havn broken out in Glacier National _ ndded lo Iho cenerfll mis- ery day, which waa ono ot Iho most uncomfortable eiperieiic' crt in Lcthbrldge In mariy years. Today the wc-ftlhcr Is consider- ably cooler, thanks' io7ard Kcnip and Sir George Foster, Ontario representatives In Iho Unloii government, wlll.rel're. Ha seems 'tare that, lion. Cochrane will be the ncil lletitenant-EOTcrnor rtl On: George Skelditig, (or thu ton-) nO.ME, Jub" (JratloU, com- tarli itltuencr, lo urgo Ihe ncM for ontend. raan.ler of Hie IWHnn forces at Fiuraej. lie Inal lion, Hugh (la creiill. It, The Albcrlin, Mr. Sledding Ulrt thai a very ktronj cue for cxlenjjonfbt, credit eilaied, has nrrirod hers lo personally lo tho govcrnnionl on the situation ITI that clly. lie will explain Ilie rbccrii and II waa Co ba hoped thai Iho mort- friction bclijeen Krone M Itallin companies iF6uld recognize' llils. cleraeuts In Ihfle may receive a cabinet position, hnil thai H. B. Morphy, Jl.P. (or North Perth, In hla opinion, will bo tho new iQjIcllor-general.- for the Gazette man considers Is a cabinet possibility. A cabinet minister Ijave lo he chofien from'Brlilsh Columbia, ac- cording lo.lhe bazelte correspondent. Hon.. Martin mirrell vrlll retlro from Ibo and lion. K. Green, :It. It. .Slovens, Sl.l'. for Van- S. F. Tolm'c, M.P. for (Onslderecl cabinet possi hllllles, .wjlh Stevens Ihe favorite. Hendert for Agriculture Th6. Gazette man seems lo be posi- tive that the Heir" mlnlsler.of ajfrkul- ture vlllcomS troni tbo prairies, and only It'.'. C. Menders. M.P. for Mac.donald, for (his port- j spec, ial ilispnlcli lo the ManilolH I'rcc Press from ils Oltriwn Cor. saysi "In Ihc Jalcsl rumors regard- ing Ute reconslniclion of Ihc cabinet more credence Is in- creasingly given lo (lie rcpoi-; lliilt when Premier Hordeii nouiiccs the chnngc in Ihe one portfolio will be fount! lo lia've disappeared. If, as it confidently cxpccled, lion. Ai> Hiur Meiglien becomes minulci of ilnance, and the situation ii not furiher complicated for thi premier by the resignation oi Hoii. Frank Carvell asministei of puhlic works, lion. Jamct Calder is expected lo bccoiui minister of the interior, Hon. N. W. Rowell will beconit minister of public health, iiiimi and colonizalion, retaining )iis present posilion ns- liresidet.l of llic privy Borden.en-Holiday. OTTAWA, Robert Bar; den.'leayes Ottawa 'Oils' afternooiivloi In-of'j-ceks' tioildaye. Sir ndnert wlh go" he will tako'f. hoa_( thfs for a cruiso'dpwn.Uli fjiilf of St. Lawrence." George" Foster, senior "council, will be acllni Sir Hoberl'0 abEence.. It Is understood that -the prcralei made .energetic eftorts to arrange Jhi, appolncmeiits, Lp the board inel'cc'befora hja departure, but thai' lie.waa obliged lo iwall consideration on Iho part of proposed chairman. uecnj inade, there la a welf founded, that Judge Hugh-Rob-" son, of formerly publir'-' ullljllcs commlaBtoiier for Iho prpvinc't of Manitoba, has been askeili to UU'_. the duties of chairman. PARTS, July von Stark Las been named by the German gov- ernment an Ha commissioner In Ilie adtninlslratlon of the occupied terri- tory of the Hhenisb. An' nouncemont of this wa? made today In a communication from Baron von LeranoV, head ot.lha Ger- man mission to the Inter-allied "coun- cil. Herr von Stprk recently TTBS ap- pointed governor of-tfie' occupied area by Germany nnd 'to Coolenz. There he sought lo persuade the In- ter-allled commlaslon lo deal Tflth the Ithlnel.ind through him. He aptnt four'days-in Coblenz, but, pit vras said, receUcd little en- The Imer-allled Com- mission lield tbat Inerc .was no pro- vision In the a German government reprcsentalivc. piAor ITC SlAhEllNGSriAlt Bigger. Job for 'correspondenl thinks lhat when tha cnilnc1! shufhe lakej place ihnl lion. A. b, Slfton will be given n more Important department than that of cu.stJpros. _ For Ibe three ncnale vacancies In thla correspondent Is of the opinion that Il6n. T. Crothcrs, Dr. J. -'Kdwards, 11. P. for Frantenac, and flcrald White, M.I', for North Hen- Cronyn, M.P, (row, nrb llkoly lo be choMU. One of Eighteen Canadians Who Have Reached That Objective V; LONDON. July AEBO elated bronze, modal for the King's prize.'fffst. Cant of after shooting'off irflh Lieut. Vlnctnl, UarnlUoTi, Canada. Thti scores wore: Marriott, i. 6; Marriott ha'a teen Ehoollng at lUiley (or 20 years, and Look 'iSlh place In Ihe Kfhg's prlzo cbtivtelUldn Ifro't. Orthopoedic Hospital In Tor. _ onto Scene of Trouble Over Sunday Card Playing TORONTO. July J.3( LhU rooming, about 40 returned BOlri lera at the Christie Street Orlhopaedlt Hospital, stormed the.guard room .If- liberate two of their comrades whc were Imprisoned, there.' 'After burst ing open Hie door and Inking out Ihi prisoners, they got a ciunntity ol coa'- the beading In the build-" and set Arc II. As Ihe slruetim Is flrcprbof; the flanies'only consnmec tin; inflammablo inaLerial Inside, a! Iho fittings b.clnif destroyed. As Ihc rioting, took jnili' tary property, "tne'dly poUcc took nc Action.' All the men have been .pal under arrest by (he military auihori lies. It 13 reported tho prisoners in guard room were two men, lacking leg each and one had but ono" am" Theyxhad heen sentenced to flart field "punishment, No. 1, for playing cards on Sunday, which includes ot pay, Imprisonment' nntl rdtlons. The outbreak wae the cnl-' -nilnallon of-considerable" dlssalisfac vbfch has-raanlfcalcd Itself am- ong Ihc at Ihla hospital for some, BULLETINS HBL OUSTED trained over op.ftoi) .recrulh ilur-j July Belli Kllll, Iho brigade Tcuakctry offl for at Disloy. Etghtccfi Canadians .pilfered Ihe' King's second (our, Gorrlng, 'Hutchlrisoii, Martin, Mortlmor, W. Itlctianl- 3on, y, gpaldhig, U.lloii, Faulk- ner, GobdhoUK.t, Ilfttc'a, man and Daunt, I liead of Dm' iliiugarinn .Coni-J; niiinist govcj'iinifcril, "us kccli'S .ousted, iiccoi'dinjj' lo dispatchcii frdin relinblt! received by tins'''' ;