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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Airship OVER FLYING TO LETHBRIDGE CALGARY, July 22.-Lieul. HalHeft-Vancouver ye: Ir-rday (Monday) afternoon for his flight. expects to iravel'via Penile'and .lo talgavy, reaching Lellibridge Wednesday. He .travelling m a Curtis a.rd had 'reached Chilliwack where hz spent ihe night. Britain Fears for the Future; No Yorkshire Mines Work ___ t Danger' of Many Mines lieing! Wh6lelest Crop Report Is Worst In Many Years; Bumper in Manitoba Cullough's Sweetheart j To "Surrender, WIXSII'EQ. July Uie crop situation In Ihe Ihree ijr.uvic 1 the Manitoba Kree I'resJ this inoriilng. in third reiinri llns lint Miiillul'a i-onmiucs ln have eicellcm promise a SOCK! To Koaeh a I-evd Never Urea crop. Lhcwan may have S3 tu 40 pc-r (.cm. anil Mbc-i'la1 will have al llic very best nut more Iban a fourth of a normal ed Of Suys Auckland (ieildes July 22.- I nt u-.n, Accni-irilri IIUC IllUlt; luuii crop, judging trifm reiiorl 'teived by Hie Free ITf......... for great improvement, i >ni rains in Saskatchewan I mat that province at least is -Mncrla, the To Fin- Labor leaders HIT THE British minister i reconstruction, in au address al Crewc I A member of Ihc audience shouted 1 wages." Kir Auckland replied nilns .they have not yet been aje and 14' light rain.', bul point states lhal mort ram is iweil'cil Ten points reiiorl absolutely no rain slnc-e list report, while ji num-l her slaie lhat rains have conic U'.i, lale to even help wheai, liul lliat henelit coarse groins and very few poiuis claim Inal nil sct-ded will be eut> These arc EUC.I i districts as- Vorlun, Theodore, Tons Meiforl. ItegUia. Killmorc, lev Guernsey. Broadview, Canoni. Uu'Appelle. Milestone and Illadworlh. In olhcr districts the lerrilory will be ijiil over runa aFjiiEh ,o ner cent, io as as per com. districts claiming lhat ib per cem ot Iheir acreage will be cut over state llial llie yield will tie very light. TOHONTO, July de La- velte. sweetheart of Frank Mc- Cullougii, who was hanged for the murder ot Acting Detective Wil- liams, Is to surrender herself lo the police this afternoon, accord- ing to her counsel. Mr. Hockens. It Is staled that Vera left town since she escaped (ram Jail, where she was awaiting sentence on a charge of accessory after the fact in McCullough's escape while awaiting execution. Plans for the surrender were agreed upon today, by Mr. Hockv ens and the police. Arrangements are under way lo have the girl tried tomorrow vby Judge Coats- worth. Implodes anil 1-ell Through Iht Knot of a Dig Chicago Jiuilding wrrii AN SOLDIERS IN ROW nan 13 damage from liol A very1 lew uiuie .i.ifinj. have had rjins ,iin-> -niTiHeiit hav and pas- lhal lliere would be uo money lo nay emmeV lo be of nmcli benefit poluls report wages bCL-auio it would have tu fiO'to sinrl llic grass. llur; overseas to pay for food. .Harvesting will lie fairly sener.-il ua. tor July Ihe morrow or Ihe peace celebration, witli liic newspapers in six column lyiic paying plentiful tribute lo Ihe Ercal day and urging that the nation now setlle down lo work. Urllaln now Puds her- selr confronted with one.-of the most serious economic crlslscs In her his- tory. Alarm is evert-where foil al the ac- tion oC the toa'l minus In putting a Rtoa to the output, in i> large area or (lie coal Held, and especially at tlieir rlsk'ug Ihe permanent destruction of tome ol Ilio mine's by" preventing llic nuiiins from-operaling. 1'he London pr'eis voices this In unmeasured seeing (he nation' faced with unparalleled'calamity.' Bict-pt i" Socialist (Barters Uie ton- duel oflhe miners Is, condemned wllh varying degrees of and troni a de" inislasre to ivicked, .re'cklcs's Bolshevism. ,'vyS" ThB decision' ol Ihe lovcrnnionl lo e'mploy navy'ineli lo pump the mines "Uie terrific dilemma." at one charac teriiction haa-it. "ami thus tr> saro a naltonarnsscl.: Is approved by nows- jiaptrrs ui widely, differing views, but in sonic quarters the government is sharply criticized as having blunuer- cd In handlliie Ihe silualion, and allow- ing II lo ilriit. wllhoul rnlfilllnE the nromise g'vdn llie minors to carry oul tho findinsB of the commission whlcn -.vere tinbodlcd In tlic Sankey report oh Ihe mining ipilnslry. For Ih'e moment llic situation shows no hope of improvement. Tlic niln-, ors'- lederalloa loday hail not replied as yet lo tbc Bov'crni.itnl'5 pppcal lhat Ihe federation communlcRle lla views In Ihe face ol the disastrous 1 floodme ol the mines, anil In Ihc end it seems uncertain whbllior Ibc rcdera-1 lion will'be aclc to lake effective i action Tlic men arc reportcil as i Ins lii'defiBiiee o[ tho fentrallon lead-; era Ijbor experts declare cm arc out ol hand, lint they had hccn led'lo believe a'new order or tli'ngs I nm) hellevcd thnl the :vay lo Ihc prom-1 Iscd land Is being blocked by the] grocil ol capilnlista p.ntl profiteers, lo Break i MELBOURNE, July As the oulcome of a stormy interview between S. W. Lawson, premier'of Victoria, and a deputation of told- In the premier's office loday, the premier was'itruck on the head and cut by an inkwell- thrown by one of the soldiers. The mnn then proceeded to pitch the off ce furni- ture. into the ttreels and' lore up Important -official- documents. The police dispersed.: the rioters and arrested five of them. Later a crowd attempted lo.rusS the watch house, nearby, and stone the police but WM dispersed with several cas la.--- "ThV difficulty had its origin yes- terday when a Including re turned S9.ldlcrs and Mllorvsllempt barracki. ,-orseas to pay for loou. .Harvest ins viii ue i _ The minister warnen Ihc public lliall Manltdla between August 1 and a. i, was snuamJcring its money aiileporls 3hpw that there ar c tracn way Ihing. .hnl.did can no, live this Is reaii passing filled. --There -were i SVreiit.Aade afterward of joldiert held at which; the police methods were denounced. Today of the soldiers .went lo Premier Lawson's office and demanded the .release of the men arrested. The .premier promised to make .an Inquiry into aHalr, but this did satisfy the men aqd Ihe 'inkwr.ll '.hrbwing and other disorders 'o.Mowed. poor. It is living as if II were weal- j oil s thy." I rvc- i- More beer was licinc brewed mi Great Urilain, ycl people complain ol L a shortage." This, ho atlrlbuted 10 a. doubling of the amount of beer .con-1 sumed hccansei llic war. there was more lime to drink it in and more money lo pay iov fl. Hy sending overseas for EIIK I stockings and Ccalherfi for hats, hir cVeS Britain's dclil' for things lhat did- not mailer. What, von ought lo get are.fooa and raw u he declared. Sir Auckland denounced tlic -limila- oi output as "stark slar'ng Inn- ncy" The mill owners, ho said, ed obtain higher prices and i Ihc operators limiled it lo make wovk I. for sonic 'people.- thai while calllc are not ,-et sillferiDK lor naslurase. lhat II is very bare. Howes er. the recent' rains arc eupccled lo materially rcm- Allied tcrlninfid ;il in London the acreage HOLD INVESTIGATION W11CACO. July Inquiry ivas rtaried today the stale's alter- to fix responsibility for the eiplo- "sioii anil i-ollapse or dirigible 'which irrathed through ihe roof o! the Illinois'.Trus: and Savings Dank ye? 1 lerday afternoon. killiiiE '-1 anil Injuring others. All assistant t'niled' Slates attorney was also as i signed lo atioud ihe i-orcner's imiucsi vear Tire and Ilubbci Corcpauy. of Ohio, owners of Ihe airsLlif been detained pending a derision as lo charges of criminal care- as o wic-ie Flionld be laid arainst Ihera. -regar presided at those delained ari .luck-Heel- In Alberts that will be finally cut. tue The 1rime ol P ire generally prelty good, generally a good crop, tousld- rye and a liitle Irarlcy already hrai eul. There has been prac- lli-nryiio damage'from hail or wind but some points rciwrt a f mailer yi-lJ, 'probably extreme lieal ol last some of Ihe hearts arc showing wbllo tips. Konv-'Of ilisf fcvtniy rolnls ".fianl from :ii .report having by'Ihe prec 1'rcss 23 (lays. lloieiTn" liuiior i ner.'iinoi of Ihc dirigible; vlio escapc-J jby jnmp'.ng wllh a I'arachule. and HHEEW; n Aiuerta mm HIM uc difference runs all llie way from bai quel a per cem. to.nolhing.- TLc big district of the allied c o! TartlEton reports llial no wheaK bariey or llax will be cut; Claitsholm. anolber big dislrlcl. says 10 per ccnL may be l-'ore- mosl estimales lhal a iicr cent, may Ttiere has been little liail damage i erala, said: in Alberta: livery dislrlcl ..nerc a.e gatlicred. toEelher Kdnionton and adjoining lerritory TC-' ports rracMic-llly 'no'hay and B __, ,._., uhorlage of winter feed, ILough tev (jeeL1-engaBed'in a long and dc; ,lislr-cis report actual sullering cratt-BlrueEie against the most "tock'.ror (sell al the present, lime. I j through tue shylighj very s a-e gaic. nl o'clock more lion iind adjoining territory Taaes arnls (rdhi many ml ions and (..DO inustly girls, were ill llcallr 'no1 liay and great) ,iart >o[ "ihe'-worid, who i work- l winler feed, Ibough been 'eusaBed-in a Ion; and (les-J. H3 iuf p PREPARE TO wns maKing iis nir ferfiil military combination llio worm iu.tlm iuleres liad'cTDD .ciiicrBcrt1 tni> above ihe its' of nh. _ llRU CTDD Kll'J" II ,oiiu n "w from, ihe struggle .complclely yir.lor ioiiH. I must mehllon (life, Jacl. IJal this galherlng'iiiclirdca scvcrsl-of our principal leaders, who bore Ihe 'ol--1 LONDON, July virtually au all nlehl'sOBHon llie house ol the that the Etorm lo Break virtually au all session ine ou- io-tommontatora predict] of commons compleled lla cons dera. jrvslic. loyerS are -t lion.of bolh the Germ n (reat, and ttlat lllC ClnplOJCla II.t nuk offer any holp, that Ih'ey aic convinced there Is going lo be a figh.l and arc preparing for It, while many loaders of (nduslry. appeared dismayed at the nn'd aceni to Icnr thnl a alorm is ahout lo break. Arthur Henderson, Iho labor leader, declares the o'nly (Conllrfued on J'agc K General.SMfo Fails in Italy And France At Irrigation Convention There Next' rind Accommoilalion July a well atlcndcil meeting ol the. fleccp- tion C'ominitleo of Ihc Hoard of Trade held loday il was manifcsl llial. dele- gales lo this convention would bo cn- cally received and well loot- while In town. Visitors inny PARIS, July Karl -'ner, head of Ihe Austrian peace delegation, declared'he would not sign engagements which he knew could not be executed, in com- on the peace .terms prior i lo his departure from St. Germain for Keldierch, according to morn-' ing papers. Dr- Renner, accord! ing to these reports, prolesled agains't "the unheard of hardness of the conditions made against Austria and and, he- added, "Let us try to submit to the entente, completely unadorne'd, our great distress and oblain. a peace wlih conditions that will be Vupporlable-for our country." VIENNA, July Gtn. Franchet D'Esptrey, com- mander of the" allied forces In the Near, announces that he is preparing to advance on Budapest, the Hungarian 000 troops. The'army is made up of .'French coloplals, Rumanians, Jago-Slavs, .Italians and Hungar- ians. Rumanians are com- by Gen. Krotchwill. Special dispatches within the past 10 days-have reported that such a movement by Gen. D'Es- ptrey was'in contemplation, but no dc.fir.lle announcement such as contained in the foregoing had i piliyibusly been received. .Cliy 'lu-lllt mitii'aaa u. park. According lo of flame npp'eared at Ih'i'Blern, MOVS the-engine. ,_fu, .a. inunie'nl ..llierc was ncimicd .Ecverni-ui H putt ilf 'smoke and the tlflnics nl- 3 who bore Ihe awful lacked Ihe big egg shaped gai linR. 'burdens or rcsponslbilily hi Ihc siinuilancously four Und executed "lasks" of llie jrealest ilir- chulc? Icajied Irom Ihe Jhlp. ssr. whelmins victory in thO'llrilish naj. i (Coulipueil on-Page Four.) To me. as one of Ihc'yp'nngcr cralion yesterday's memories will be particniarly vivid, ns duriilg my iods of active service in 'thcalres of the war I often had privilege and good fortune of being Closely associated'with many of ouri allied armiM. I "I can assure nil.our allies gucsls llial il has ".iven Ihe Drillsh people enormous pleasure lo have them and i Iheir glorious "conllngcnls wilh us in London. The lasl and greatest nf Ilia HUH ui Cll nllCr W LllIC III iun Ihe Anglo-French convention. I [ejl actommodatiuns will The bill carrying approval of the i virtcl] alld JL is hoped thai mans; Herman Iveaty was considered In com be provided and it is hoped, thai many, will' bring Iheir families. All iTunuti" {will Dring ineir I.ILIUIH--T. mlllee of the whole, eicillng Jongthy I _ has arranged debalc in wliish Premier I.lpyd George crcrvbodv will he mnde welcome took an active part. Tho bill was then placed beforo the houae alid passed "its third reading, after': a inoUon lly Joseph ncxlln lo as a protest srainst the atlltude toward Ireland had been dctealcd-bv 1C3 lo Tlien at 3 a.m. Ihe Anglo pad wns taken up and Iho bill approv- ing il was unanimously passed after a shorl but sharp debale, In which Iho argument that the Ircsly was not con- with llic spirit of the league of FIVE KILLED 1 ono. world slTiigglcs lias broken all world s "records from every poinl of vlcw.-lml 1 venture lo point oul lhal never -be- fore has so large a number, ot allies been (iglUiii'E and working logelher. Certainly never before have allies been so wholeheartedly loyal, lo cacli oilier as we all lia-e bcsr., the only rivalry lhat csisletl amons us being lo see who conld deliver Ihe most for Ihc common cause and who could win the greatest share of glory." The prince concluded with a glow- ing tribute to Gen. Foch. who in reply paid tribute to the splendid comrade, ship wherewith Ihc allies were anim- ated. .luly International domunslrntivc strike tailed yesterday not put Into effect on any" conalitdrnblc scale In any ol Ihe large'cities of Italy, according to reports received here, In tlic-cities (lass konl Hy- ing was snld to bo a movement-of nroleat ng'alnsl Iho alrlkc. IJbpuly Turatl. Inlrnnslgeanl leader, addressing nn audience lust night, was reported lo MVH ngrecrl lhat the general strilie movement had been completely checked anil thit there'was no "Irilu Intcrnallonnla.1' Not Effective I In France PARIS, proposed In- tcrnallonal demonstrative strike tail- ed (or'yesterday, but "poalpoMcl, by the labor (ederalton was not fully '.I- fecllve tnrwliero In France, accord- Ing to reports from llie principal Cl1' lu The slriVe moyemenls were said In have owa'nlzod even dnlonK fhe of corpornlions wiilch eipsctetl (l.olr men lo atop work, particularly: nt I.yona. -At only dock went on strike. Miner's! Irl llic department of (lard alKJ nations lo nml any subsUnllal Tlie tie'.ily passcJ all il? slBgen without amendments. Concluding hfa speech on Ihe Ircaiy, Premier Lloy.l UcorBc, whlie making no claim ot (ferfccllon for.ll. express- ed confidence that any defects would lie remedied by ihoMcague of nations. Despite the premier declared the Eland "ns a llghlhousc In Ihc deer nnd n warning to nations anil mitre of nations ag- ainsl Ihc perils which llio Ocfmar, em- pire shnltcrcrt IlscK agalnsl." AUSTRIA D6ESN'T WANT TO LOSE ltfll.CH COWS l> much Ineentei.OTtr stipula- tion In the jrtlclei of Ihe o.eaee treaty (o the delegates Sunday, of milch eows-bt fyrttntirt't to Italy, Serbia and Ruminlj. II II pointed Bwl In thli that .the allied food mlsllori rmlliei that huridredi 6f chlldfen sltk m'lK inf.ihal rrimy dealhi "rnong them from the sVm'e.Muw The committee on arrangements cnlislcil the aid of all business men wno wiU'placc themselves nt -the dis posai of llic visitors lo. make lhen_ feel al home and a "Convention Hat of white fell has been adopled anc' will bo iii evidence! during llie scssini f of llic Congress and -any wearer, of llicse hals will hold himself in readi- ness lo give nny inforimilloii or aasisl- ancc required lo make llic vlsll a hUBe SUCCCBS. An nltcndance ot 6ix hundred IB looked for. The delegate! will bo cnlertaincil by Ihe ...Canada and Irrigation Company ol Ibeir Farm' en Tuesday. .Angiisl 6th. being tascn llierc by special Irain and on Iheir rclnrn to Medicine llftt In Ihe evening, special, eulcrl.ilnment will be waiting Ihcui. This is going lo bo the finest Irrigation ever held, in this country. WIRELESS STATIONS DESTROYED .Separate the Races 'ji-'for Ihc Ecparaliou. of ed.last night in of livo persons and injury of al least 50 olh crs'. Several days of disorders, Tol- lowlng n wave of allacks on while roliVierles anil assanlls by neg- roes eulininalcd In a'series Democrat, Missis- sippi 'wllo said hi was nromplcd lo offer llie niDSslire because'of the race 'tots.' ,S "When .somfy 17.) in I lie ilgl'Ce cpuft maxiiiuim sentences ways" lias, (indorsed the prbposcil Uvc-Scrgt. 1 lurr "egVo'girl j July 3I.-Con.gres! "u 1.1. askea'to lakn notice of the raco rlols and crime wave In. Ihe nallona.1 cnp'tal loday, ami I'rcsiilenl tercd a house from "which into llie nntt oaSKrtll "M- fecl has ]HE! liecu received in w TOIIONTO. July 22.--Tllo ranlis o( Ihc industrially'iliscrnilent Hi Torontc were augmenled yesterday by the en Iry uf Ihc bricklayers and slone mas- ons, whu have resolveil to demand ar increase in their present wage 72 ccnls an liour for a H-bour illcging lhal In some parts of Ihc itcd Stales hrolhor craftsmen are re- ceiving as high as an hour. Wilii no sellicnient of the." garmcn.l. workers'. slrike in the suicin- nloyetl hands are now threatening-to diiit llic cily in search of work iu llic Unlled Slate's. II; is eslln.ialed lhat tlicre are'al presenl' 1550 ot these workers idle in the cliy, The is. slill on. TJie strikers claim-that they have been offered n sclllomenl including Ihc S-. hour day. recognilioli of Ihe union, lime'anil one-half lor: overtime .and are'awallins Ihc Mori- treat officers of Hie lerms said to have been offereil.'hul'T. Syminglon, of Ihe. Shcdden Forwarding comranr. clares-llial lliere is'no change in' Iho- Eltuatio'n and lhal tiic rcpoils ol an of' [crof setlleinenl by Ihc employers are CJtaggeralcd. The melal workers strike Is atiu on: with no apparcnl change in I no j lipslltonipf affairs between Ihc inolfll To ioln.1 the stime'sccllon of Ihe city. Four 1" negro men are dead ami several oto of arc believed to have been facail> _ Tlircc [talrolmen were in SAX of Sal--! vnJ6r Sunday. .Inly 20-The wireless in tho list o; bldly slatlo'n and buildings covering onif and I Alihoifgh Iwolroons or a half blocks In llic licarl of llic cliy I from i-'orl Myer had been called oul were destroyed by fire The ip palrol the slrccls and 400 marines costly residence of Ihc bcen'arlded to Kmetarlo nuano. Ihc llolel Victoria ns a and'many warehouses were" burned. ..'-ft-uin'raj a.nd Ilio employers. the farmers In savins .tlwir.i 3j ikc imVhceh on'lor'several weeiii. cauie, OljMtcst 8n cirs met lu Ihc city last Tlmrsduy l.i, July and .wire Workers wcnl on yes, Ihe nearcs, up in] Vfaresl'mntS.oflaAnlghl'srlotalood! of a lew days, to 'go .into Col.l Wove Works, there oilier at ten cip.ectcd to crrccl ai once. dcvclopmentJ In the local labor siiua. score, Of., UHf- -ndcd or ,ta ilth, V Ida', and V'nlc, republican, o ie Elrccls and 400 marines score3 Of itsscf. wounded or injnied ____._ .dded to the nrovosl guard anlj rtouy 175 who appeared In _ _ illon ngnirul dlsoVders, Ihe courts ililjinnrnlng. I v v limes last night was more Heprfc-3eiilaliv.'c' 'ClarVs r'csolullou rnnirl foha wlih, n of Ihe v AUT situation at lim ihan Ihc authorities could copo wllh. Reserves of pnlifc and provosl the _ _ AUTO ACCIDENT FATAL ACCIDENT QLTUBC'' JuTy ai.-Adolard of the city all nlghl In answer iner wcrryrirllni! overlllrned ;.on suede road.1 v, Hie night Iho negroes were, very Jlii'jl ill' all i i V7'.' neprtaeiiisiiiv15 was- a of Ihe local pillc'6 aild tlic 6Hy government. 11 proposed Ihc speaker ol the; home'appoln.l o cclecl commltleo to invesfgalo ll'ie wave nnd Ihe altnclis' on'wo'mbn' nucl repirl ivhal changes may bc.ficccssary in-lhu 110- llce (o'rc'd or gorenimcnl anil determine; officials aro re- CONVENTION .ve-TAOTC Tflfc vj The Ulhbrldge and Dfslrlcl Anlo Convenllon optds lonior- row (Wednesday) at Iho Board I The wire worKers aie increase of 15 percent. In their wigeV' t, of Trndo Building al.n30 B.IU. nnd in thf, allernpon: 2 fi.m.