Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
FUUUY. JULY THE LKTimiUDGB DAILY HEU.VLD. ssage WILSONS w _in m__ s OTTAWA, July George Foster, acting premier, today is- sued ;ho followlog peace day message, lo the Canadian people: throuih the world realms of the British Em- pire, the, advent cf peace will b? gratefully acclaimed with ming- led feelings ot sorrow ami sad, cess. "For nearly 'four ai'.'l a hall this peace lus been foughl (or, loused for i'.nd prayed for liy countless war-worn millions, vho. in lite meantime have- boea -called upon to make incaliuilate sacrifices ot life and property. "Thb conclusion of the armis- tice on Nov. 11 last brought tills' peace within sight, and.the sig- nature- of the treaty at Versailles on June '2S lapt practically ussur- 1 cil its advent. Tomorrow: .we celebrate Its actual establish- menl. Wo closo the long, ter- rible chapler of the great .war and enter upon a new inter- nalioual era with a new charter -of liberty arid society. "In our Canadian rejoicing wo. will Jo well to lake note in pass- ing of the area covered liy tho celebration. In every (Bar- ter of the globe the Joy bells will ring out tic coles ol peace lo Ibo unfurling ot the flag of the Empire in rtaluis. Included within its sway. No other participation nation covers such wide, spaces or appeals lo such an agsregate of humanity combined.under one role, and all who with us Uke In Ihe cetcljration have hten partners In the war work which has made, this peace pos- sible." Kill them all, and the germs too. lOe a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. 4. GOLF NOTES f. The executive are request cd to meet at W, J. Nelson t Co.t store at 0 p.m. to arrange Iho details of the play for the Peniiefalhei Peace Cap. All golfers should make an- cffprf to play their In the Peace riay tournament. Tno lie mada at the club house, throughout the day; Play your game. The half year's membership is now Qqcsticinaires Show Who Will Take Up Farming On immobilization OTTAWA, July IS.-Of moiubeia of Ih'e army who completed demobilization issued uj- depart meat, Desire lo make ngrkul ture sUtc-K' raisiuf their future vocation.- Of tlie numbfr. 72.218 wore previously engaged in pursuits. There a re'. 65! agrivulture. While 4 715 men praTiously employed cm tl-.c land have'exSressea a wish deuiob- ilizafiou to enter new ottuiialions. intend" to, desert oilier callings to' uecbine.farmers. Of the men who wish to'abaiidon famine. have expressed'a'' desire to enter the pro tcsslonal -and .general' croup o( call i In'gs'i SSO-'tne'-roi-diaiiical trades anil j ALBO CASE ADJOJRNED Rpnieo Albo came up before Superintendent Peuuetjllier this morning un tbe adjourned charge under the new Mini- -i Act of c-eutins tr at- Templing la sraan- riot and i. llo lurlher until iilay the Hall o'1 Idicatlou .ii '.ho "ciunsol. H. Oi-.'Ji.'l. was refus- ed. J. K. Palmer is appearing for tb'e Immigration Depart- rneul and opposed the granting of bail. 'and 'personal 'services, "lothe' professional and gen- and the men, for ladies you as a member for the from those ance Of tlie year. Join up. Send your WINNIPEG. July "IS.- .......-_....- Trite of iiiKny Winnipeg unions was the members cvern-belmlng in -favor, of Ihe One rt-presDatalives _____ Iho'lr the council meant WINNIPEG. July Schr nplrci one of tlio four aliens held federal and immigration aulhorit for alleged seditious activities, was or- dered to be deported by the immigra- tion board of enquiry at noon Defense counsel gave notice of appeal to the minister of Immigration.- fhej WINNIPEG. July tracts for buitdinn, of more than niHes cf railroad for Can- adian Pacific ccmnany have been awarded, Vice-President D. C. Cote-nan announced today. The main portion, covering 164 miles, been awarded to the John Stewart Construction company of Vancouver. The Canadian Con- struction company, of Winnipeg, has been the contract to build 25 miles of railroad running from Rc-ieiown, Ssfik., south and the Northern Construction com- pany will build 12 miles needed en the line running north from' The lines to be built by the Stewart company are: From Mid- end, Cask., to Empress, 34 miles; from Consul, Assinibola, 30 miles; from Lanigan, Sask. to Carrot River, 50 mllej; from Rymark, Sssk. to Archive, 50 Construction on all these lines will commence immediately. All turvey work has been completed :quipment Ls being rushed t..-. HOLLAND READY TO tf GIVE UP EX-K-AI8ER PARiS, July N'ord Deustcha Allge- meiue Zoitunif, of Berlin, the mouthpiece of the government ri under the Imperial regime, do- tf cleres it has information that v Holland Trill consent to the 't 4. tradition of the former emper- or according to a Berlin dn- 'f patcb lo Paris newspapers. The formal handing over of tbe -t] former eropWr tp the allies, it adds, will take place al Tho Hague. cveru-ue mlng in lavor 01 me uno Ills Union, I do not believe It ac- j that tbe unions had committed" them, curalely represents the sentiments H. IS. llusEell, organized labor in It. A. leader, however, ucclareil that n. am IIIER: western organizer ot tbe Co-i mean that the unions wero committed, minion -Trades Congress; Declared to- to Hit One Ws Un'.on project. Demand Leaders' Release tbe Van, ides end.Latfor Council baa was taken withoui a Ihor- inigh of what the prac organizations through- Meal wprkliisllho Industrial -.ays'lem Us way iVbor -Trades :and: I.rfcb': liu was conildonl would In Wcsteni I. EC3 by'.....- that Winnipeg labor had Coinfcirand that ernment until the men arrested inil-s unionism! Winnipeg in connection with me ihs strike disturbances are released and which I the postal workers ot that city are c principle :of pub- ot the council last The1 golf course is 'in sood; shape1 once again" 'The greens have "been relald and the'grmind-keeper has bad enough extra help to get ahearof ,tb.e .ngigrasY amTwce'ds....... .i It is 'urgently requested that those who Btill have games t6 play in- the Nclslo'ii holer, cduipetition get; tlieid played this .week-end. The monthly hole competition for the Shepherd Cup alsolslwild be. play cd off as quickly as possible. to Civilian life.- New golfers and beginners are. filv en an urgent invilallon lo Join up fo itself .de.1 inrtfily ,lo tie One Big Union cenlral labor bodies through .DQUnlLHU ._ the cS .afflllallon of iVLiJl lllU Labor grass. TlieileaciljiB-iews aiofy'ls lieaded: Trader tjpuncll sllDporty O.n.U. Dbminion Trades and 'American.Federation of charter 'and applies fofO.frtj.' charter." T alion upon his return MOUNT CLBMONS, Mich.. July 13 fnrrVc II tlPI -The heart-.of Henry Fords Jrti suit against, the Chirago Daily Tri- bune was reached today when Attpr en an urgent mvitauoii iu jum uv gtevenson, reiiresenting the Tri tho balanco.ot'tho.seasoii. Fall is the) b n (0 Avesum Mr. Ford re garding the alleged libellous editor out Canada, aiWaing such :i course. Leads Windier Strike WINDSOR, Ont., July Joseph Glbbone, Toronto, who onglnoereii the streel' car strike there tor the nien, has arrived in Windsor to" take charge of the strike here for thB International Street Carmen s Jnion. Jlr Gibbons conferred with the On- tario board In Toronto and to him they best part of our year's playing. BarainB the alleged libellous editor lial headed -''Furd is an Anarchist, u in 18 years ot age, wo want! fn'the Tribune, June 21 you't'o learn to play golf. Ut us hear mc, from you at once. Hand is your name. to J S KirWiam, and the draw will u u- i be made, at vote record from 51 unions v.-as for 'separation frnm. the liixace. wilb the-O. U. Ur .andl 101 liigg'said: "1 will reorganize Uie. Winnipeg Trades and 'LaTwr. Council 'uhiier ila -oljl charter. I .feel-saUsfled; that -i will be a JtrDa5 cpuacil aad'.that.i 'will hoW Its.oVv-n In fMd: otvor Alderman, pmcst Robinson, se'crc tali'.of ISs.Trades and Labor Counei CHRISTIAfS.SCIENTISTS TO DUIi-D SKYSCRAPER NEW YORK, July' Filth Church'.'of Christian Scientists, announces the. pur- titel would- not carry out 'the court cf King's bench lo 4, proceedings of tho immigration board as irregular, in which event applica- tion will be made for'a writ of'habeas orpus. I The decision ot the board lo deporl Schoppclrei was baked on two counts nut forth by the crown lispriginal entry into Canada had been- obtained by ma-' terial facts and tiat be refused" lo an- swer proper questions put by. !he .com- mittee of'Board.' Marcus flyman, counsel ".for- the- defeiiBC, .again appealed for'the-re- lease ot Schoppelerie emder bonds pending 'the bearing of' the -defenceJ appeal. Mr. Andrews objected, -saying. -1 would urge that granted. My instructions arc that' there is at the present -tim pronoil nr.od re volut ionary p In the country. My 1 leasing-the prisoners'eKargeil; in civil court has been very unfortumilef i am inslrucled that-thei; Vielroh now and be prepared for the suci fun VtctrplaE from J34.00 up. We invite yeu tp come '.'sipYc the fpllpwlng June records: ThVLittle Old Log Cabin in the Lane, euns by Alm> Oluck 1 18543 DeVr. Old Pal of Mine and Wh.n You Look In th. Waltzes, Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra. 18540 and I'm Forevtr Blowing Bubblel. Tumble Down Shack in Alhlone and Smile the i World Smites with You. >74569 Spanish; Dance-by Jascna Helfelz. BALMORAL BLOCK! LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. iiateu uui, bc'ff do lehni nation: to. can eel cerlifl; ites of strikers ft operate cars In >ntarto until had a bance ovor, 'The board it lothing to "Bay In regard to Iheftsiluaj tbri'in Vvladspr." men deiermliied. to keop oh atnk- a montn.jjfTfe1icss.BrJ to gain their ends. _ Attorneys Lukin and >lurph> pep 1 pcred the examination with obJeqUons in Lukin" characterized the exaniihatio.i If there are twelve youngsters rice, FOldlerB to Valtfit. ft for lands; .In -'t Z.f.Oi) 4 A acros' nave alspi bech ncqiilrtd, il InlAlbcrta'ti.OOO n a j rd si S list night Pleading guilty o the cbaVge, Jselly t r, was fined 550, Sada innate, and 2i and costs, T John A. Smith; 'freciilenters, Since 'lho publication of Dr ward Vnrristi's recpmmeiidatirn ot on dlnary Borathpl for indigestion acidity and dyspepsia it has wpn in? slant favor wilh BCorca of djspephcS all over the couiilry. fi ,J When you have lhal WB the stomach" feeling or belching or bad hrcatli from pn upset Btonnbn' lust take ;n IHlle ordinary serathol wall one minute, by llin walcli sm you'll probably stiy wnal olbern 1io> VSorathol like At any rale.lt Is pirfeclly ploaa'anl and can l.o olHaltted at (rltlln'g'cosl trim J JJ am Co, In l-ettibnds6 and nil BLUEFIELO, W.' Vo., July 15. miners') were killed In an expltelort wrecked the TPZ well mine, near here today Two hundred men who were in the mlno at the tfme were trapped for soi-erll hours but were res 6ueU later by "workmen who dun through the vfreckage Five bod lesiliad been recovered up to 3 o clock this afternoon DlKANT each and costs. Honors for Local Girl The report of the examination of the Inalitut" of Canadian Commercial iiducators fo- the mpnth Pf ]i.nu iust been received, Among the names j ot toe successful candidates on tho I shorllnnd examination 13 that of Miss Dorothv Alexander of the Gaibutt College, Ixslhbrldgfl 'Mis5 Alexander passc.i Wilh honors, obtain- ing a total of 621 marks pbs- ilblc 700. ___ FRENCH SENATOR DIES AOEN', franco, Julj Joseph Chaumie, former minister of Justice and former rain ister of public inslructlon, died aero loitsy When yonr nerves are afl on edge and sleep seems out of the question atbedtime-OMOrtwo nnil in'Atnpna v.u, class DRUSSbL-S Julj ire in preparationtit" TJlnanP-to: .rtJjmnomon ale flUlngl) Hie hnnivoriarj PL the hy th6 Germans on iVuguit 23 Cardinal Mercler of. Inc will conduct rlho reliifipii8--cere- monies, "His Maker's Yoice" THAT will add ioy to your summer home. 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