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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta yOLUME XII. LKTHimiUGK. ALUfnTA, MONDAY, JU.Y 21. i'.ll'J 18J Board of Grain Supervisors Is Orders About 1918 Crop VVIXN'IPEO, Julj- 21.--Aullclpallrig an early durfcctlliE ol (ha 1919 wheat crop, tlia board of ffralu supervisors for C'aaad.i JIM issued orders calling for Iho o! all wheat ol the 191S crop to terminal elevators bo- lore August 16, in (he case or Mani- toba. Saskatchewan and Alberts wheat, and before July 31 lu Ibe case of CoJunibii. Tbe prico Hied ny Iho goiornmeul for Svheal of the 191S crop will apply only ou ivhoat do- lived In compliance with these orders. The board's order 05 calls for delivery at tho 191S crop (frown ID jMultolia. SasliiUrhcwjn and! Alberta (o terminal elevators at Fort! "William or Port Arinur, or to any public elevator allualed at Goderich. Prescotl, Port Mc.Ylchol, ColMnjwooJ, Depot Hnrbor,, 1'ort Col- borne, Tlilln and Montreal. The whckt ruusl he delivered on or tittCro August 15, l'J19. The .toard order 9G rails tor rfellrerr o( n-heal ol the 151S crop Broirn Jn DrlUsh Columbia to Cana- dian EOTernment elevators In Yancou- f Tcr on or before July 31, 1019. The order sets forth that tho prices fired br. the goveramenl for wheat wera meant to apply to wheat of the 191S crop only and neither this board nor the government or. (he Do- minion of Canada will Ijc ra3ponstblo tor Ihe purchase price of. 'any wheat above designated which Is not deliv- ered aforesaid." Yice-lirtaident of good roads convon- Peace Day Celebration Drew Thousands From All Over V The Country To Lethbridge Probably ihe Largest Crowd That Was Ever Assembled in (he Day Was Pack- ed Full ot Activities ior Young and Never Surpassed in the Religious Service at Barrack's Grounds. Drew Large at the Exhibition in Parade, Also Entertain With Dance. Religious Service The Great Parade Afternoon Sports A day dial will live for ever iu (bo The parade that jiaise'l Hip A crowd well ajjproQchiufi numls of LcthbriJjfC. Toat is 1hz afreets J-eihbridffa uu I'eaci? Day filled ihe greuiislmirl Hiiil grounds lo! outstanding note hi tlic- Peace j was of A kind which had Ijetore j witness llic niiliipry ami allier sports l brnilon. of Saturday, ibc 19th. been seen hero. It was roi only a'held lo celebrate Peace Day. Wijli 1 The cliztns were abuzz in Ihe ckrly moaater in -llic Icnsih of the j Lieuienapls Gleam and Law son us hours of morning, and lhc loot ot [Vroceaaloii 'liiiL In lhc magnitude of! Cterks'of the Course (ha [iroRratii was (ho small boy's trumpet in 1lie dauu tiie thought and Ingenuity that had Snerer alhnred lo bail. ('aplata Poricr W. D. KING Scrrelarv ut good roads convent-oil i0 l.t-ibbrlOgc July 1Z. thai something iras slir- ring1. Gaily decorated cars were soon careering hither ami Ihllhcr on the sLreel.5. Tht iiavcnicnls became fin- ed with women anil girls in ilghi sum- mer alllroi and men, in ducks and white fUnncl. mingled (lie khafci of veterans, h was n moving and jan nniniBtod crowd on pleasure lieni. with tbe tangible o[ reeling Itml ia ycatc ade'r Men From Fleet Being Sent Pump Them To Obtain Settlement [ing and felloyphip ovcrywl.tre. i The throngs in [he ci'.y were iticreas- foeen (t'Bplaycd In the various floats was in charge of Ihe horse racing, and In the decorative rars. It -will! Mr, .1. Paisley, anil old horseman pass lulo local hlalory as "Tho Par-'of MaeleoJ. was ol service as ade." There was nu hitch in la. tlie various horse-racing movement ul Ibc huge procession, I Dr. Uricker ;iclod as starter even-thing weiit-liko ibc footraces. Ttic judges in tbo Starting along-tlie rome nrransed. nsllliHry events verc Urigadier-Gcn-' the panicle was headed by a Eiuad. of Itral Stewart, -SniicrintendeiiT. Pciinu- thi: Taber uiili penuims ai-jjaiher, nud Caplain Uarnnt-al. In tlit .ached lo their lances. forming si jollier events, C'nplaln McKciiziu, bodvRuard to Brigadier-General Slew- J fiord, 'together wlih Supcrmleudciil art who rode iu tlit'ir centre. Step- jl'cnnclatlier were Judges. Heads of Government Think Allies Won'l Interfere BODY OF, MURDERED SERGEANT REACHESS PARIS, July 21, Tho Ijody o Paul Mahnbelm, of lliq Pretich army, Ti-aa ranrdertd In Berlin.. on July In.Parla at 6. o'clock this morriinc. casket wa9 cove re rt by the Irl- lildden 'nndif sent by Gen.- tlic Trench commander; I-Vencc, UeJglan, Italian jind Spflntali inlsslDns, as well as some placed OH itfby CJermans at Ilerlln. "The body vilLlle in stale for livo dayi. Full nilhXary honors Verc fRBMAIN9 WITH TRADES CONGRESS July Tbo Trades and of Cslcary will remain lalllifol lo the Tnules ConEfcss ot Canada and Lliclr Inlernational Afriilu- tlbna. Al it Is indlcal- ed by tha olcc a of officers UU night, lu wbleh O.n.L'. aJ vocaiea dodged pfllee, nnil "old line" men were eJcclcil. o LONDON, minta In Yorkihlre diitrlcl are flooded aniMZ others Ilkety to Le fill- ed wifh water in .a day or two, Premier Lloyd George announced today in the house of commons, as a-result of ths, pumpmen's strike. Some of the rrjlnci, he would ruined, is sending men-from the fleet to aid in pumpino ?ut .'mines, LEADERS TO TRY TO SETTLE -July Qeddtt, IT) I I it out portfolio, waprfappfilpted 'oday a commli- the miners' strike and is on his way to Yorkshire Premier Lloyd George innouuced In "the house of coirv- ,-'L'0 Mr. George last wltnewed grave and the miners' strike-- He iald the s Yorkihlre miners had'called out the numpmen and englneerB that J many mmes'ln that ,district suffering from the' rising and were threatened with instructions. At 58 mines, he said, the sary men wert at work, but in 85 mines pumping had been, stopped entirely. Mine .added, continued the pumplrJij for 35 niin- utes after the men left. out to ilie rune or Ihe'r jjJpcs came Ihe Pipers Hand, led by a wee dnim major tii the shape ;i-little hi The "bayonet lighting was of Inter-, cst In tbut two of Lho contestants, j ('apt. Sneddon of Tuber, and Mr. Flats- Representation al the hecfc, 61 Gmssy L'nhc, had eil by the cargoes ol human flrcjscd in lllghlai-.d costume, that were Itrought la by Ihif (rains, roar 0( tlic' Piptr.s marched Km j bayonet at tbe front. and (ho joyous croird was hourly add-. j vctrraus, tremendous; Result of Events" ivas j oration, from Ihe croivil on the line! Tho foUowiug. the results lo. The stream of [dlrccicd lo Ihe grounds of tlic bar- Trades and Labor Comicil Onlv One-Thirtl of is now that, while WINNIPEG, -Oill> bec.oralDg apparcut ASSISTANT ASTRONOMER OTTAWA. July is made by tho civil servjrA rnmmla- sion thai J. Tcnder'soiii la the successful candidate for the posi- tion ol assistant usirorioitiCr (or Cha nslrohomical oasen-Alory, OUnwa. oil a dais, wticre ine preachers for the Mounties on horseback. led by Kupcr-j ]po 11. Blaclarater; j ions "nip'tures between "ibe facttoii! service hud nEsembleU. PtnncfalLer, (he scarlet j. Travis; A. Wilson. Inleruallonal aUJllallon and around were the choirs ot the differ- glvin; resylend- i FOOJ) CONDITIONS WORSE VIENNA. July Kun, the soviet minister of war tnd for- eign affairs, been deposed by a triumvirate compoitd of Tlbor, Smiamvely and Vago, according to the Vienna nevjjpaperj, Vtgo IE the military commindor at Budapest. Alllei Won't Intarfrra July TTM trium- virate or radical leaders that replaced Beln. Kun al tbo head or the Budn- pe5t "orlet EOVfTDineni, accordtog to dispatches lo Vienna newspapers, The tbree men composing tte new govcrumcnt arc Varga, minis- ter of sot-lfll protection; iloies Alpary and Tlbor Bzamutly. The new RQT- ernmenl. p.ctordlug-lo reporlt recelTSil ticre, ordered Habrlcb, ccmnitintler o( tlic city, knoY-'n as n moderate, to turn over the lo them. Volunteers for Ihe terror troops hava Iteen callcii tor by lliel'r leader, ivlio vraa formerly Bcla KUQ'B tjodyfiuard. The goyerolnj trluiuvirale, ii is said, arc conriaccd the allies arc cltLer loo wenk or un- willing to Intervene forcibly." llelii Kun's red army la declared In to breaking up. Money Is depreclLV Inf In Tslue roplilly and [ood condi- tious are said to" bo unbearable' Terror Troops Are UERLIX. July relRn at terror eiista in Budapest, Tiic cily band-liad Us place Cratg; Corp. ArmiUge. who hart ijicl lhc shock ot arms lu i rolled I all parts ol tile far [lung t heal re 1 war. This was cxcmpltCied by the' apnep-nnco. in light tropicaKkhaki and Iiclracl. of of the Royal Irish Xiislik-rs, irlio alter sccliiB Action in Gnlllpoll, Palesline antl-JTtfaopolP.niiji, hal returned to1 the peaceful 'occunallou ol farming at! Conldale. Lod by Sergt.-Miijor Webb, (he vet- erans made on array. Ar- riving on the Brounds, a holloa snVarc was lormcfl >viili HID oiMcers lak'ug Ihclr ylaces in tho (rout ot the men. Tim South country was well sented, ttiore being khaki clad veter- ans pretty well oicry oue pt Ihe surrounding dlslricLs. A tone ot relict glvcii to the dralror.knnfcl in iiic LiniroTni of lhc Highlanders who were mliiglid in ihc large com- pan.r. Tlifire wj.s a d.'isli of color in ihc red, blue, srey- green, and purple. iong Hue and 'cnlhuscd- Tlic Hoy Scouts Iiad a novel fioai pegging Van irere jtresenl al: the Ihfiet- Oruiau; McCotnler. iug at ivliicb Ihe decision _lii Collins. In in the shape of an. seroplaue drajictl j tho' cases o'r Lteut. Euedrion ami Rais- wlih tlic Ibe One Big Union was Ma.ny of iheso did net." vola becaugc Free Shipment of Hay From North to South squares on tbe uniforms, marking tlic; i, l'uollu-Ni' [Ivc Canadian divisions. The Service I.ctl-by the-Salvation Arnjy Band, (Conlimi beck the bayonet tips came oH which I ol Ihc fact lliat tlieir unions hod taken unfonunatelj- ruled tlicm out. juo definite stand anrt-Uier .lid not care Pony (girls under 16 Minnie (o express ilieir personal vjewa on the mntlcr. The lotnl vote .reported In Invar ot llio One Dig Union was S5. Shctlaud A. "When it JF renicmbcrcit' tliat the (2) E. Hamilton; (3) Macy Hamilton. Trades anrt Laftor Council has a mem Squaw Hazzcrd. liersblp of approxlmnlely. 300, nnd Z'lQ ytvrtls foot H J. IlbRt lnore toan c5 votes.were cast II. J. Lackncr; P) decision favoring lha Ono Tavlor. The easily. Union- lhc Irue naturo. of Oie 'uuaL.I mous vote clninied uy (ho radical body will be laid bare. Several.ot lhc unions which Lava been committed W, A. Buchansn, W.P., hat ra jolved the following tcleflrjrn from H, X. Craig, deputy minister of nl Edmonton, concern- ing the policy being adopted to supply fcfd for stock In Ihe south, lo meet the .great shortage; made for free of hay .from north to of provinces and railways agree. remit one-hair of return rate on stotk shipped north provided It It returned. Pro- vlilon also made for free shipment of feed from Saskatchewan and Manitoba. "H. A. k llic. Sheffield in- dustries by the strike In the. York- shire con! fields, soys dispatch to Wrestling on' by 1 the Taber I'eam composed oT H. Elli- son, R. Bennett, Van Ornian, 0. Bigbton. Indian novelty Tall fea- ther; (2) Don Wolf; (3) Gay.. Hide. J During tho spoils there was a fine ler Fife to the accompaniment of Piper Jim .Moore. The slecpltt chasing resolved itself the Kvening Xens from Shefilell lo- day. Thousands of handa ivcre tlirown out of work this nioniinf by Iho stop-! ipiige of Ihe enffinoeririy works In Shef-J j.ftclcl, which announced that shortage ot coal will, necessitate tliolr remain-1 filS'rlostd unlll the end of Ihe strike. llc.rorc the enil of (he week It is feared rliaC Hll tde large worts will; be sbul down, Ihc advices add. A tlargc number ot surface work- ers a't the mines )n Soulh. nro also on strike for the same shorter hours as Ihose r ranted tlie miners and for cxlr.i pay for A nunv b'cr of strikes in various ixvrls of the coal riQlte arc reported. One oolVery In Soiilli -has -uccn closed be- caiiae'ot alleged harsh treatment of the men, while at another colliery tbe nren are slrfrln? for the nminlenancc into ,1 deinonstrallon of jumping, but the horsed Were-poor Jumpers. by Ihe vote of Ihclr delegates ara nl ready le-organizlng Lo hold their In IcrnaUonal affiliation. laclutled among, ihcsc are innclifuiatE, Ihc IlroUicrhood ot tnftu. Iho slcarnfltttra, lha cheelmelnl workers and Iho teanislers.. There -is j apparently no doubt as .to (tie of trie of tho Trader jaml Labor Trigged dispatch says tbe council of goTCrninent is still convinced thai. cnlenlo -Is. too ivcak or liuwllltng for- armed Inlefrcnllon. It Java Hlso the red arniv; of Bela JCun. conllntrea to Food conditions" in Budapest are said Indescribable and money Is declared lo be rapid Injc'ln value. mmwn Of the cnsloni by x i Ihcy were DATTIfinQl AOTAlriSl I nohilnal" vricca for V'lUVlEiJll W1.1V11 AftKIAIIIOk or Hvjnc "luv.cs llmt lioir.cs. A Eeneral strike, llic Aliens at Medicine Hat (micr llordcn has considerable aloch I dispatches state, la tlirealened ou this fi certain concern, niicsl'on nas'poit.lod out lhat the propoacil V Considerable oicilcmcnl creal- at (ho close of Tcaco Cslobva- tfon nt when a uuncji o( to ran a 'led by one 'of their number, who hnd lie en tclchnting somowhat fieely, .started 'to set things going In tlio liours of Sunday morning. (n ihc way ot a lion a snl us I tlio Germans and Ana- iflaiis who were employe A In ihc Itoa- flry set oii foot, nntl Iho (lerman church VTBB got oti fire, Tho Lroublo aUrlcd In the Cily Cnfo 'rotirrnod .man, on entering The nvo Aujlrlnna having supper. Seized hold of.lbo d' threw', ihcra out on llic sidewalk And then proceeded Lo upset- tlic tafcles He rhib ftiid.toltl thoafi who ivcre dancing there and.breafc cases. Ihen ori to the velcrtvns' dqnc. rllh cheers nnrf one sbontod going out nnd fln- JjhJnff the A body oC them then rushed out'anil headed Tor (he Jloiary, wlicro a number or. Germans nro TUcy vrocccdccl lo break up (ho plate glaia and then fire to (ha liqusa nnd llio ofllcc., TJie Prlgade, hoirever, on the siene nnd put Lha flam 03 out before any serious dam a go wan done. In tlio; breaking ot tha phtc somo look part. From llio Rotary the bunch moved on to tho German church which set alight, but horo again" Ihe fire brlgadp U'efo quickly In 6nA piii tho Fife out before H made headway. -Tho then brokd up anrl-knbta nm'de tholr wny to Ihft American hotel which WAB soon closed U? and (bo dh lurbance quieted down. It Is reckon- ed that damago (o tho extent, was done the Jnto Iho affnlr Is hftlny mailo by Ibc Mayor.of Mcillcino llal today X. couccrnj nllcgcd niade over'50 per cent. protlU; 'And as our tctlcral gov- ernment hns passe J Jaws ?roniit aud no acl.ou has been be It resolved llmt W, the Uranlfon! Trades and [jilmr Coiuu cllt Blrongly y protfeil cnnfUHons lhc rte- of sfiairs, mid the proslllutlon of the Canada, mid Mial Vrcniicr lionlcn ah'il hll iifcmbcra of Ihc federal parllaiucnt who have stock In any ol the comhlncs or corporations who have guilty Increase o( six shillings. a Ion announced by the. govcjnmcnl, mnkc the btsL quality cost ngs six pcnco in London, with a in price of JG six OTTAWA- .Inij- call Gill con 'Uohcrlaon. so-called minister of I labor, tho chief strikebreaker of.Can dccJarerl T, JI. Dunn, of Winni- peg, in the course ot! an address in tlio'ftcgont Tricntrfe last night on "the part' 6f tlie rclurneJ soldier in '.hr tlic auspices' of llic Otta.iva. People's Freedom League. This viw wag widely shared A. 3. chief e'nalneer of the natural reiources' depart- ment of the C. P- R., Calgary, a visitor in the cily. Mr. Daw- ton staled ht was' here on a gen- erjt Inspection of tfio works, and in connection, with ol thi system to the Barnwell gnd'Tiber dlilrlcti, work on which will be ed Immediately and vlgorouily prosecuted. Start Work.Thla Week CA.'-aARV, will sin lo Mr In ilie ctinslnic Seven Cases Re'pbrlcd From On-' Occur at Olluwa TOKOXTO, .Tulr tallicrs al Ken1 "n-era rescillni; ,MJs? Ivoillsa Ihla cily, -wlio r' wa? .eaugnl In the treacherous undertow I Saturday etteraoon, IjouU Ajnfleraoiy; 1 aged 22, said to lie a 'deaf mute, 'K'as'' pulled under and ferowned almcal un- nollccd. nllc ualliln? In thft Hnmber' rlrer at Woodbridge Sunday afternoon, rlrale James; Borland, a returned sol- flier, aged 28, was drowned. ARTHUR, Onl., July 2J.r- CeciL liv-rlkklld, 17, was drowned while svriinhilng in the Current rlrer. ST. fJATJJAIHNES, July illc ualhlng at Lakeside Dnihousic, SaturdRy attecuoon, Dor- nthv. lhc eicnl-yctir old daughter "of William of Ulii city, rcas droivncd. N Two Drownlngl at Ottawa j'ul? llirrl-i mi, iged five of. Mr. nnd i r fiMI ILF I 1.1 sjll IS .11 tllb 141. by llic nudlencc, Judging lu' lhc np Uon c( new (nlgiilloii tirojcrt ioi plmisii utilrti followcil. tho.Vaber lUsLrlct. Tlin' coiilrnct for IJiinn was one o( (hr. relurncd W6rk lias licen an-nnlctl, fangs ot chargins; pxccss protlU be nskcdl In alt decency lo resign office." HAD NEARLY J.OOO SOLDIERS ON BOARD MONTREAL, July Me- carried from Liver- pool, pataengers, of whom abdut hntr were mUltflry, arrived In port shorlly after 11 last night. disembark- ation look1 place Ihlc morning. The ship had 435 passengers In the cabin, and In the third elaas.. Among Ihoss on board Brlg.-Oen, Pnnet and Mrs. Pnner. f. Peters, commissioner of Irrigation, was in town on 'day on his way to Warner where .they are once to carry out surveys for the Cetnbrld0e Irrigation Oii Friday Mr. "Pliers was si Lake, whera he addressed a large meeting of'farmers. The bulk ol the farmers in lhat district are anxious to.obtain Irri- gation, though there some opp> .sltion for no apparent' reason o' 'a few farmers loiilh of Grassy Lake. coii'.mJllee in (he recent Win nijjbg iliepillc nnd told or the shar- llio rcHirncd man look lu Ihe. tight (ID per ceol. ot the rf I Vrncd men ochfnd (he and Iliat the iFsues ivero nol dead. "THe MghL'ha.s only hr said, "Ihcac issuer arc nol dead nnd we are nol licked yd." A resolution'rcas adopted urging n Irfal hr jury for (lie, Winnipeg mcr srrcilcil on cbar'ecs of seditious con Mr. Dumi.satd. Iliat In view ol tho Wlrinlpcg expedience, Ihe' Ono- liiilaii'Mea KQS Iho bcsl. Ihlns foi tlta Korkcr. FAVOn STORAGE OF LIQUOR WA3HINQTON, July mo' the prohibi' tlon enforcirncnt bill the provl- ilen permitting itorjjs of liquor In the.home for pertona.) use wai' defeated .In the home today, 107 be on the wccX and 11 r.Tpecleil (hal (he %.iler will- bt tnronrh the dUchp.a bv Juno, of nosl summer. The conlraelpra arc lo spend oii (lie {his .stunmcr .ini] fall, which work for many tarn ora who have puttered from rjp TailUTO Ihls ycav. WELL-KNOWN WAS KILLED IN MOTOR CRASH- KITCHENER, Onl., July Bowlby, widow of Dr. Mdjar 0. Herbert arid daughter, of Joseph Seaqnm, ex-M.P. of Waterloo, killed-In a motor crash '.ililch happened M the eorher of Edward and. Victoria streets here ihorfly jfler hijan Mr.l. K. 11. Tlarrison, was drowned the Hldcan canal. Saturday tnornln'it when he lost his. balance while watch- ing a passing airplane which waa'ar- rlrlnK from'Toronto. "The body. recovered. .Mrs. I'cpcy Sbaver. ivito ot I'crcy SlmTcrT .a prominent" broXer, was d'rowned late Saturday night in ..the Olfiuva liver. a party of friends nt her summer had BOUO nut In a .sailboat on hake Tbe boat wa5 capsized iu a squall and Mrs! by n likrowu. overboard :md riroK'ned. .'Hy.r', nody haa not been recovered.. 9- SOME SOUTHERN .FAIRS EDMONTO.V, 'Galbraiih, aupcrlnlcn'denl of ___ _____, ____ fairs, reporu-.Ihal He Sa'.urdJXi when a small runibout !nz Jaifs arircancelled lor clashed Into a tnurlng iaf, In fr Xnnlon, t- berries and nclljv> which Mrs, Bowlhy was riding with htr .gram. Both cari Jtnd were badly dimnjerf." ;