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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LhTHBIUDtifc, ALBERTA. I'lUDAY, yOLUMK XII Entente at Ver-, sallies Lay Down Mandate Hujt ers Soon {'LEMENCEAU DEFENDS _ TERMS OF TUEATY French Had Cannon Ready To Shoot 100 Miles When The as Signed PARIS 'July' 18-WMIe giving 'evidence before j committee of the a .r.TM1IS Julv ler Oleiaencean vesterdav jlpp-arfd before Ihe coninntleo of the chamber of douulies appointed to conblder the ii'peace treaty anil declared thai the I treaty .liid1 its attendant guarantees f jnsprcd IN- Ecctlrils of Prance f ho "premier said that it nrlli'l Bela Kun's Army Breaks up Save Russia From tKeSoviets Interesting News from Centres of Bolshevism Communist Armies Desert and Sovietism Nears End in that .ston Gh'urchill Predicts Entire' Change'-in Russian Sit'uatipn Within Fortnight. PARIS, Jub' principal lo'pTe ol iliscijssion. be-, fore the allied supreme council Ihe'Journal says, was killed inlerveulion in Hungary, 'where military .aclioii seems'., Ihe only means 'lo end a. sltuatidu dan- gerous for Rumania and Poland. PARIS July reach- ing peace coherence circles from Budapest indicate tnat general do mobilization has sitruck .Bela Kant which is slragglirg back from Botslievik icrces will be thrown against little states ivl-ich be'cn promised the ilrotection of Ihe league ot nations. It Xho Uolahevik forces prevuil in those, little states, namely Kussia itself, will fdll into the hauls of ho con- j tinned. Mr. Cburcliill defended Ihe action ol in senJiiig troops to Kussia anil said if the five great powers had been able to net in things would not be us tliey-aro there. Hcvleclarcd tbal niore than 300.000 eVrent wllh utter lack o, snplme The breakdown in the spirit ,01 tho oops is allributeil lo discontinuation tne iignLinK be HumamanS in con eqiicnc'e ot': -rmisilccT and lo the hasti Increase t the veil drilled loyal arm> o! 00 JO to more thajiJ'oQ QW men Reports from the same sources re ehed b> peace delegates sre to the ffect that tfolshevis n Hnngarv is onflned almost eiclnBiiflv lo Buila pe'l Peasants .re f tho st tho Czech and jy the- "allies, and "it the British1 gov- ernment coiitriiintcd in any way to- ward Ilia t result, I for one rejoice. Mr. ChnraiilKprcilictcd Jan entire cJiauge In the tint-it on witliiu a for ind bulled Siatoi, aid m case__o( at tack by- Germany.liad been guarnn iced In lOlf the: ,war would -hav been even with Uerman Etrout and redoubtable Ho express cil confidence tint olt me verge of shojtld one come the Lmte htatc md Grelt Britain nould gn th'cir vholc effort to securing Ih ol France J'ARIS, committee o the chamber lit d'eputies' co siderlng the .treaty qt feace. yeste ilay took up en Germa colonies report nnd American'.treaties. British TO RETAIN CAPITAL .PUNISHMENT., GERMANY WPnHH Uls isscmbly today rejected R motion In trorluccil by the Independents to abol i capital Jol to 123 The vole was JONDOS July IS (fattier Chancellor of Ihe fxchequer 1 Aus- ten Chamberlain liTthc house of com rnons, jestenlay announced a number of income concessions Including an Increase invthe allowance in re sped to a wi e of f oul to an mcrca-se jn the allowance of from lo m respect ot the first child Ihe substitution ot ago of IS frr 18 for ch Idren when engaged their whole lime m studying and the safno allowance as for Nwldowers in the case nt elder sobs' whu were fam ily brtad winners ami have to engage housekeepers or, guardians; for young er brothers and sisters v The same concessions mafic on a motion to ralso the eicmptlon from Lawrence. Sir Henry Drayton. chairman of the Dominion, board of riiilvJay- rumor thit" the latter possibly, may, be a member of the recon structed cabinet has suddenly as- i, sumed full, stature; says ..the staff I correspondent of the Manitoba Aee Press In a .special dispatch last night, I 'Opinion varies to which portfolio he .might be asked by the premier to take, some think- ing it would be'railways.end can- and others, discarding' the favorite theory, that Meighen will be the next'finance .to affix. Sir Henry-lo difficult .adds' the dispatch. Sir Lomer Mentioned r July Hobcrt Elortien's cruise down tlie SI. Law rence.has aroused considerable com-1 ihent In o'ppbsit'on circles here. Jt is freely asserted around Liberal head- riuarlefs that the pro- poses to endeavor to rfiluce Lomer Gouin premier ot Quebec to'jolulhe reorgaui7cd I nlonlst goiorunicnl ifTrr tho meeting of the I ibcral illon in August. to Celebrate Saturday the Great Day u Appeal uf Smuls in ilis Karcwcll ,To Uussian Situation 1 HOl-SllEVISM IN GERMANY 1 AVOIDED From the Great Thanksgiving Service m the Baracks Grounds in the Morning Fill the Glose of the Peace Day Ball at Midnight, Lellii- bridge will Entertain the Thousands of Visi- a Manner Eminently Befitting the Occasiou.- TUB PHISCE mconfe lai from f to NOTICE! in pursHiire of Ihe declaration Issued by the I rime Minister ot (he Dominion of Canniia Mr liohert i, Uorden nnd by virtue of the powers In Veiled I Duncan IJarnic JHyor of City of Ulhhlid-ee do Hereby proclaim that theJitn- cla> of lull, Is anl shall Ic observed aq a Public Holiday (n order to en .bio the good citizens of lethbridgo to attend His Hoyal Prince of Wales will visit Lethbndge on October 2nd Advice to this fcc'f was received this morning by W. A. Lieut. Col. Henderson, Military Secret- ary to'the'J -Devonshire! is at present in Calgary At the l-eqvfst of Mayor Hard e Mr. Buchanan had-l .urged Umt be .Included in Itinerary of the Princes trip 'hrouol Canada and it is now dr.finitcly settled that the .heir-apparent to the throne, will from 1 o clock p IT until 5 clock pm of October 2nd n this city. ith'e program include the presentation of an address from the city; returned soloTerS and if possible a slam pecV> which Colonel Henderson to be able to arrange with I Hay Knight I Mayor the Commls; slonersiwere delighted to learn-" tliat the Prince was to give Leth- bridge a ,call, and'.the'Commie- proceed to-arrange the program for the Royal visit There is (no doubt tnat Lethbrldge will orovlde an enthusiastic reception for ,thev .Prrnce -'Given tavoraule weather tomor- row, southern Athcrtn will join in l.elhbriJge, wilh o? Ihe liritish Kmpire in a monster demonslmfoil .which will be vis- ible evidence that peace .has been .signed. Lelli- blidge staging the one great tral demonstration, in which a re- union of all War Veterans of southern- Alberta will be the feature, .thousands ot visilors from all parts of the south will be here Iletiincd bolilier and their relatives atone will couut for a big crowd aufl the fict hit thi celebration i's the first real oppor- tunity has had to pay tribule lo'llie -hundreds of vet- erans time back uuan nounced wiii to unu thousands of ojhers. .Thanksgiving flu! program for the wb cb jppeksr elcowbere en this page, cc-! al 10 Tin with i fjwuli gnme in the Al P barracks groujils This i; untlcr the direction ot CapC Kev II One a' tin fta lures service will be" the smgins, of 0 Hie Do million leading patriot c song SpeaTKin5 .of it the -other (lay, (iapt. Deno'qh said: "On July 1 last Mie 'Dominion' Day i-iilelir.tio'n "7t tli6 Canadian heanl it sung by voices len liy nnnv masse 1 bniidu. '1 never heard music more nspinng Canadians should kuow anil "p Canada" better- known.: aiiil hope the singing''ot it on Saturday will serve lo ;im- press it: on UIQ. people here. Sosctacular Parade thanksgiving ser- vice Mil he through the business section, when the cterans; ot Ihe great war in nnl forui will' malie their triumphal march, followed by the greatest LONDON'. July IS- his iarrywell meBfage is- i sued yesterdiy. aiulppeal is made uy Cen. Smuts fur an abiding 'aitli high ideab. despite wjia he terms dis- illusions produced by tbe peace trealy. He says the fundamental significance of the war has beon :i victory, spirit- 1 nally and morally' over the Material factors, a victory of ilic finer cle- i ments of human nature over the baser. and hencc'-tliere sheulil no bitter- ness left in tlie miuil 'of Hie people. He pleads fur appeasement and i reconciliation'as the only means for I the rejoncration of csbausteil fcnr- i ope, which tie says is the most awful spectacle in history. i "A brutal fact." Gen. Smuts con- 'tiuues, "is lliat llrllain is a very small the face of a continent lii which 70.ODO.OOfv Hermans represent the significance of the great event Iti-ing cc-lebraWd, and everyone I is going to forget worry in en- I that has been i prepareii with pxnstiik- '1ng and at great expense. 1 i H. M. S. to Cruise lu Sous o! England auJ Kentisliineii MO3[ important anil formidable nat- lure requested to take notice that lonai factor. You can not have u Kent will pi'ocecil on a cruise stabie .Europe williout a slablc and, on Saturdav morning ill k Germany: you can not have .u i Crew must aboard by 5 o'clock. i and sellleii Urilain while Eur- ope is weltering in confusion. There- fore, the niipeaspment of Oernranv; lie: cnmes of first importance." XCen.-'Bniuts. m urging meiit al the republic' administrate; of Otrtnam the i sue prolubH wi 1 It. deuded in German and ttiut Brcsid nl LberL our back thg oud encouragement. Xi bo" not let us deal with Fbeit as have dealt w th Herenskv and Possible He M-H Succeed Hori A Crei Gucsats I 01 i'nrtlouos i em er ml p dent rt pec ot Itussia wilh results u u iccoi thousand tons are on the way f GOO SAVE THE KTNG. W. D. L. HARDIE, u (o German) and SOOO tons fire- now loading fll South Vmoflcan port4 prohibition In Clrcal Britai Mayor, 4 NO HtRAt-d SATUPDAY OHMS to I eace Daj having proilalMcd a puullc hollda) nil! bo no HSiie ot the Hcrnlil N> i t'hlnk our chanco''.6f.prohibition should have bceu gooi If at tho be ginning of the war vse had made i Irons' effort lo 6btain it VVO hnie seen Ihe -results of (he opctal'oh of the liquor control board cur cl ancc hts been loBt nnd fear It will not return SpeaWng o pfohlultlon In lie United Males lie sjld Hint I-ngland co Iho same it she is (o main A lain Mr commercial in the ders.' ever feen in the c Atsault-al-Arms In the attprnona at Hinder on, iVrk grbunds the Veterans will -stage -d- grand mililary as- :anll-at arms. Teaturing military sjinr-s. with nml horse races sandwiched in; 16 give (lie people a fine afternoon's en- ter The proc'eds go U tiie funds I Championship Ball.Game lii the evening at G.-I5 the Cards- Ion nml Magratif'ball teams will plav at JcUlorin Pnrk for tile i of Hie southwest and ft gre it contest is experAd Hundred (f supporter from each town are romlpg wt'h the leans Grand' and' Carnival flic grand falls io Ihe Hot Hani lo slagc and Ihey are dainSs It In ihetr own inlnntahlu manner In the great I eacc Dav Hall and Carnival combined al the main pavll on at the fair grounds The hundreds who visited Ihe tipe'hlng ot Urtv Car- nival night will lie swUlcUo Iliou4inds for this great Nvinililp n' Ihc das proceedings I he .carnival Ir'lwlCe'as big ps the Victory Daiice Carnival staged last December and the whole, building prclt'lv wilh nivriad r6lorcd lights fl gs ot minting anil boilghs (a being used 'or the event I Accommoilftllou fp dancers with two big orchestra' 13 provided and Saturday s merry makers will flml a pleasing finale- ior Southern Albcrla s pparn pele bralion await ng them on Saturday evening Vhilofi are already Hocking Into Iho city'for the stc t ol the _narae ot J tlnfrruan o tho suldler Icment boiid -moclaled I position of minister of agriculture Premier Borceri is ve y anxious to Bet, some treich Canadians in Hid i ot a stable democratic reiub Itcan (jerioam represented on the- of nations He oCs JOdht ot Ihe visdom of the ifllics whitli declares lint Husala call ontv I cabinet thdu-li saved internally In the Khat there ,s not much chance 01 thenneUrs working on Hussi-n nieth limou Elipportersorls ami ideas i m lhat proMiice The names ot se> Our miiilary force, and war or crMpromnent trench Can iJians have! ml maj (emporjnh bolsltr up one been muiuone I inionnst thorn bcmg iside the real masnituue of tie jllon a if BQhm deputy speaker o' proulem is quite SUCH exueii I Hit hpvisfl of commons lion H ].a I icnl portc'former mayor of Monlrc I Tie urges .tlie -Jlon V> I 1 a to It. HO Urges .lue lu 1-UoLe remove thi> tilocliite ind irtoi t jo i olicv ot frltnlU nenlnlitj "nil i v I parliim to all fiction I It mi> well be he continued thit 1 fie ont> ultimale hope for Russia is i !sobcrei I lirlned system and lhat nnv "be far bettc llnii birbanim loyhicli: pur present polio seems inevitably ending Ho patient sick Russia grvo'her time anil svmpplh; vid "ait Ihe refills ol her comalesceums j X N Scwjiiait LIEUT1 COL PECK V tf OET3 IN HOME TOWNJ ond night ui -when Ihc floor will be In t gool ihapo for danc ng and will be going it fever ill ch Id road'ncss tor ttjc big1 Saturday erovda Vltogelhef I plhbrnlge has spread hcrsejf lo Ihc dem cnstrallorit ono In keeping aJHi J P gt v Canadian won tlio SI (gorges compplltion al Hls4oy yes tcrdai after ultli be gt colt ot HIP an I bcrgl 1 Ills ot. (ho HbiK Vcomunrv. The, final ca'lid '0 khots at COO varK j The threii men lied wllh SI and In the "liool oif undo 11 polrte P Us Ifi aul We tcoll Newman was bo'rn in IS I years ago He and his Hiree suns'' were in Canada nl Ihe outbreak on 4 the war at AMmlso On( and all en IMpiI' Newman allot 12 years'ago at Ilislev for the Mat Surreys nut the SI (eorgc Is lilj PRINCE WILL BE TOUR OV6R TWO fOSDOS Jul) Prince o' ales when he_ gofc to will "ife away fronV Vnglana for. nbdut. two and a fialt months Though he will vitll Ihe lilted Stated most hnl Joiirijpy i A I eul ol Pecl> C D S 0 M P 1 a meelini, last evening In hi native place mil was girrti n rousing ,_ f B'libOD .VETERTTN IS NOT IMPRESSED BY ENGLISH SPOKEN BY SCOTCH _ Ihe Irip of thr> party to ffie Indian VeSene to get the IniOajis for liio 1'cace bay cele bratlon not. devoid of amisement In which Iho J6U was again t Major HUrdlo He mtciliolitng the troliier of iuu UIUM.V. tf Mondlaln as <6 bfa perieif-c (n the Old Country nnd Inciddntfc y thcr he had ScoMand Asktd what he thought o( tko Mayor's Isnil, hla wor ship thd reply lha' ft all ngjil llio poor Lngtfsh 4J ;