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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'DAILY IOMEIOF IE Preparations For a Suitable Welcome on His Arrival Next Month I thoraies ?or period of the war. re- turns to England shortly. Military men are Inclined to Ibo vitw that Sir Ar- thur would prefer Ihe post of Inspec- tor general, beoavse it would glra him i more freedom of movement ami belter opporluntlles for keeping 'lu touch I with thB cfficers men who con- diluted eipeaillonary force. I It is tielLcvfil thsl Sir Arthur will 1 to Ihe Pacific coast and spend siniie lime in his homo clly. Viclorla, i before HSlnR uy bis official duties. i FIRE ON PROCESSIONS WITH RED FLAGS 'OTTAWA. July Arranssuiems for the welcoming to I'anadi o! Arthur Currle. it la siaitJ. will uot be made by the government until Ihe re'.urn to the capita! of Sir Robert rtoraen and Major-Gene -al Mewbum. ininlaler of militia, at the end of the Sir Anhur is not due to arrive in Ottawa until sbo'it Aujusl 10, it was officially stated Ibis morning PARIS. July look place yetterdajf aUernocn in Ber- lin between troops and procenlons of ilrikers" carrying red flags In vjrloui parU ef the city, says a Havas dispatch from Berlin un- der Monday's date. VICTOR ROSS PROMOTED TORONTO, July Ai a meeting of the o.r ihij International Petroleum Company. Limited, here ihai ibere will be ample lime aftei yesterday. Victor lioss was elecled a ibe return of ihe premier anJ tho nib- Director and vice-vresldeut, succeed ister of milliis lo arrange for a suit- jog jiie laif Hou. J. Hanna. able reception. As to lut' fulure po- sition of the ranadlan eommander in ttinnection M'lth the torces a! tanida uc'h-'ii; is likely to be sellled iinlil after his arrival In military circles the iellef prevails ihai he will become either chief of stilt 01 inspector-cenera! o! the Cans- dim forces, and ihe choice between jbe Iwo posts will doubtless be left 10 Artbnr himself. Gen. GwatViu. Ihe present, chief of staff, who was !eht lo Canada by Hie imreriil At meetiug of the directors Bf Ihe Imperial Oil Company, Limited, also held today. Mr. Uoss was elected u dirt-clor, succeeding Oswald oC >lonlreal. Mr. Rpss. who lias been a mtmbe: nf the staff of tlie Toronto Globe to: many >ears. resigned his position o financial editor of that paper a yea 10 become assistant In Ihe presi dent of the Slanusrd Oil Comirany o Jttsey. Women Should Take special care to keep free from, headachy back- ache, constipation, weakness and depression. For these recurring ailments and .other condi- tions peculiar to women, BecchamY Pills are a tested and effectual remedy. They act genrJy and promptly on the stomach, liver and bowels, and exert a effect on the bodily functions. These famous pills are purely vegetable, contain no and produce no disagreeable after-effects.. Women the'world over, find needed help arid strength in t tf Any Mftfeow in Ikt WirU" Worth a Guinea a Box U. S. Military Secret Service Entangled Two Hun Officers Were Tiiken I'risoners WASHINGTON'. July story's! lie betrayal of the German high coin nand through the efforts of the I'nli- ed Stiles miiilary secret service and j of the organization among German of- ficers of a vendetta aimed at the lives of the trailers was brought to lisht with Iho arrival at Xcw VorX yester- day "of two German prisoners of war consigned lo the director of alllllary intelligence. Washington, D. C." According lo intornijtioc here, the mysterious prisoners, who lauded from Uio Agamemnon under heivy guard, formerly were German officers of high rink, occupying o[ great responsibility under Von Hin- denburg. Before tbfl Inauguration 'of the United Slnles offensives ill 101S, of Ihe UniicJ Slatas lary inlelligcnco corps prevailed them, through iuduceiuents wMcli have nol been divulged, lo deliver plans oi, tho German general start povering the V Tl'ESDAY, JL'IA' 22. 1919 GERMAN SHARES .1 FETCH DIG MONEY EiTorl Tjo Obtain air Agreement Withtlapan, About Stunlung, That Will Kf Agreeable proposed movemenls on the. v.-estcrin front, probable lines of relrcal. -loims Great Crowds Assemble in lirus at which stand ivould be made and j y lo Slilimed other detailed information of ineslim. able value. Tho German later Soldiers surrendered themselves to Itc .United Slates forces. Certain of their for-, cl s j, _Xevcr Ul ils E'AKIE, July is much I speculation lu peace conference t-ir-! cles ns lo whelher the United States I delegation will continue- acllve panic- i ipallon In Ihe. framing of Ihe ilulgar- i Ian peace Ifcaty Eluce U is not pusl- lively known thai tlie United Stales 1 will slgn'lhU treaty. Premier Yen-; I izelos, of Greece, has ratted llie cues-; lion whether Iho UnllcJ Slalcs dele- gates will sign and clear inlimalliKi j that .1 country which did nut intend lo sign could scarcely insist on parlii-i- i paling in Iho peace negoliilions. TliiH resulted in a boins senl lo Washington from tlm, Vnlled Stales': delegation asking whether Iho United Slates Intended to atlls its signature i to the coniDact. The mcinVra of Ihe Chinese rtole- i gallon say lhal no .compromise lias yet been fmnieJ wliieh vill make It jioss- ible for Ihem to sign llie German ircsiy. U is Known, however, lhal tUe i enlenlc powers are working on a Vlan j to affect an r.grcemcnl with Japan] I concerning Shantung which will sat- llie Chinese and to iiuluce them Mo sign the German treaty. 1 j Tlie liritish delegation is known to i be leading in a compromise movement which may result in VJapan pulling i inlo written form tlie oral agreement paid to Uavo been entered into by I n for Ihe restoration of Shantung were sold' at public auctioi iDilay by the ullvu properly custodial; .NEW-YOHK. July lS.-Kighl llious-lla L'olllli and i-pimuuj'. bankers, am and Genuau oivnrd 'shares of the Ihrcc- American AulHno I'roJucls, In cUeniiral companies formerly control- for jpuroilnialcl) let! bv the llocssler and 000. ____________________I BIDE RIBBON TEA. It is a mistake to offer your friends inferior tea when you can just as easily give them 'Blue Ribbon. me'r a'ssoVhites had become suspicious, i "-U0 china al some fixed time. howcTernnj are believed to have Mstory Uns Umbels witnessed such j Not Regard as. Protest been handed'.together tJ mclc out tremendous croiv.dg 05 item Justice. Utmost precautions I took parl todciy In thc celebration of taken, even irtlhin llie allied th6 mtionai festival. H was thc first day of'llie fete, a notable ica'- ture of which is" the presence for IhG event of 1'resident Poincare, of France, and Ihe occasion broughl ihe allied lo protecl Ihe informers, but as onlcials believed that as thcy wcre kept in France their llvcj would be in danger, orders were given for their transfer to. this couairy. in aviator, was shot "down in the Ar- ness the various features of the celc- Ocl. 3 at the samp-year. The Royal Bank of Canada Incorporated ;Head Office Montreal Capital Authorized Cipilil Paid Up R -irvc Total over President, Sir Herbert E.Holt. Vice-President and Managing Director, E. L. Pease. 'General Manager. C- E. Supervisor ot Central Branches. Hoben Campbell. Savings Special care given lo Savings Account, which may be. opened by depositing Ji.fjO and upwards al any branch. lo our numerous branches throughout Canada, we are able lo make collections at a minimum .cost. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES -A- Parker, Manager Magrath J. K, Atkinson, Jliragcr Cardston W. n McKay, Manager Taber G-" Dlcfeson, V. WINNIPEG, July No liolid sill lie given lo civic enfployees '.f ivent on strlKe. A. .resolution to etrcct was passed at last .nlgbfs council meetine'hria' vote of 7i to 0. It was argued that ihls action oecesian' if '-he city's public works program to completed this vear. The proposal to ash thc DoimniM Eovernment lo help thc cost of epecial police engaged uurinc thc strike waB accepted by the-council The amoonis to braiion program. A sulking fealure of Ihe day's pro ccedlngs was llie parade of school hilrtren. reviewed by (he three chil- dren of King Ijconold, 'rince Charles and Princess .Marie The also look part n tha review of the children, who plac- ed wreaths at the_fccl of maimed sold ers in Iribule io Belgium's living heroes, whilp at'the cenotaphs creeled j in-lbe park clbae to Hie palace thousands of persons paid tributa lo the heroic dead-' Kiug Albert .and Queen Elizabeth _crc partlcipinls in the Ceremonial before'the cenotaphs. .They walked from tlio palace and laiJ wreaths be- fore Ibe emply tombs, as their tribute, as did Presidenl Poiucare later.. Last nijhfs -Illumination of Jels, on the eve of fete, was on an unprecedented scale. A part of the. preliminary celebration was a great torchlight parade. Bain fell Intermittently during (CONTINUED PAGE hich PARIS. July letter .signed j by Secretary of States Lansing. Henry j Gen. Tasker Uliss. of llie Uniled Stales peace, rtelcgatiou. nd-1 vising ajHinsl lue iurning ot Sliantwie i over lo Japan, was submiltcd before; llio signors hnrl knowledge thai any I decision luil hf en made as to the ills-1 positiou otShaunluiiB, it is declared In aulhorilative quarters licre, and i therefore, not regarded uy them as a j protest. Thu iitler, it is adrlcj, waS. written in reply to-a reqltesl from President; Wilson for an opinion on Ihe question; from Ihcse delegates. Only Tablets Marked with the "Bayer Cross" are Genuine Acid Imitations "Bayer" Now Canadian German Rights Purchased from U. S. Government OTTAWA, July George Kos-J tcr, mlnlsier of Irado and'commerce. I haa issued Iho following slMemcnt on i Ihe coal situation: "Wilh the signing of the pcaco treaty, tlie United Slates fuel admin- j istmtlon has automalically ceased to exist and the production ind dialrlbii-l tloirof coal country -is now j govepied solely by thc law of supply and demand. time regulation, restrlclions nam leu IHLC, "---..n nuii. dav but Ibis failed to chill lie entbus- and embargoes have been cancelled. iasm bf the speclalors to mar IhB bril "As laB been previously 'intimatea, j liance ot the victory procession which l.lifl Cnnadian tiicl.con'-" ''-1- "-1- Aspitin ine.ins nude by meant this for over eighteen years, Thc only genuine Aspirin! The jrcalcst physicians, jcal- ous of lltcir ov.'ii reputalion and care- ful of Hie health of llieir palicnls, prescribe "Bayer Tahlcls of Aspirin is not German Inil is nude in Canada, by Canadians, and is owned by a Canadian company. Unless you sec ihe safely "Bayer Cross'1 on package and on tablets you ire not getting Aspirin al all! ...V .Look-for the "Bayer Cross1'! .Tlien-il is.-real Aspirin. Don't accept Aspirin in a pill box..' Buya "Bayer Ihrougri tha princlna.1 Ihor- Ill Hi' 1 Collections' For Business Houses The satisfactory service which' The Merchants Bankrenders to in the matter of collecting Notes, Drafts and other financial paper, ia due to the numberandstrategic location of ila branches throiiKhoutCtnada, and the efficient system in force. Special attention ia. given-, to collections returns are promptly made and credited losses are often prevented by the care.and thoroughness with which we do this part of our work. THC MERCHANTS DANK Head Office.: Montreal, O.F .CANADA OTTAWA, July EjUbliihtd IBM. R. J. DINNING, LETHBRIDGE t Minigti. enl difficulty K acceptance by the oughfires. govemmcDt of public an partial conlroi of the mines. The failure of the to declare itself for or againstnationali- 7atlon, howcTer. and the strong oppo- sition majority in the- preseut parlia- ment lo nationalization are-cornpll-1 callng the situation. .Meanwhile '.he strikes are spreadlnfc'VThe Socialist press flgures-'lhal "nearly a Quarter i of a million nicn already are out and predicts" that this unmber will be In-.1 creased. Tho Socialist writers tiling- ly'atiack thV government, saying "II is trying to SanXtT re, using Bailors as'strlke-brcakers, and Ihey defend Ihe' strike as a cam- paign against blackmail. The rolled meanwhile, holds the possibility of a breakdown In Internal transportation and conse- quent interruption supply o'. food. Tola, siluaiionjls occupying the attention of llie government. Anolter freQiienlly voiced fear ii Ihe loss of Drillsh Imde. The news- papers feature reuorLs of large Im- portation of American coal for -Franco and Scandinavian countries, replacing British contracts. i No Yorkshire Mines Working LOXUON, July Eric-Ged- Ides. minister without 'portfolio, nainfcd .las t governmenl commissioner lo Iry 'to scllle-lhe tlrlic of more than JOO.OOO miners fn tile Yorkshire dis- trict, conferred- with -mine .official! there, hut al last reports not one ot the mines In ci'.lier-lhc west or south coalfields waH oiicrnling. .--Sir George Perley, Canadian high commissioner in London, with Lady Perlcy, arrived In Ottawa at today. They will remain In Ottawa for.some. little time before leaving for a "To my 'Sir George said in corivcTsallon n-ilh a repressntative of tbe Canadian "Ihe greatest fact brought home lo us all by tho war is the strength and infiuence-of Iho Eng- llnh-speaking peoples when limy work and null logelher. Vo all hope for Iho .ed 'on March 31st last. The coal sup-1 ply of Hie nation, therefore, now de-j npon'theJndiviJual methods ofi i the companiics and llie it '.receives by cbnsiiincrs placing their I orders now at once. "Indicalion arc lliat'coal ii not com- ing Inlo the country In thc fame nuan- U'les as'last year or as it did In pre- war years. This is especially true In the maritime provinces. "As there Is :i stvo'ng demanil for coal and ilic lessened production, there j is little room to" h'opo lliat Ihe anthra-1 cite mines will [all for many months.! In fact, tlie Indications are llial the- price will continue lo "advance as the fall and winter approach. "It la pot safe lo assume I'nnt nesl; 'inter will be a mild one. N'Or is K; Tlicre is no subslitute for genuine v'bich .have been proved safe Meuralgia, RhcumaUsm, Lumtajo, Colds, Joint Proper and safe directions are in every of 12 Bellies of Iti1 Irmjo rant [n CiDiiTi) of .of-Mroi.iYrMIe- ftjni Ihir Aiplrhi ruciDS lUier jnannrii-liir.-. it.Tels of, Dajcr Lt kliaiHd n." r cl p.lllrillfarl'. l Ihe HZRlTisI ibc "Itojtt Cron." possible lo forecast the labor situation at the mines will he In nnr 'what condition llie railroads will be in to'handle Mils comnntlily. i "Tlie gbvernnient, Ihcreforc, urges] nil consumcrsjo prnlcct Ihcir fuel re- j qulroments by placing Ihclr orders at GOVERNMENT BONDS Within the last four years thousands had never- previously been tie. owneirs of .valuable securities, have purchased bonds, This Bank recommends the use of a Safety Box as au assurance against loss by fire or theft. THE CANADIAN BANK COMMERCE success of "the lenguo o( nalfons, hut-1 mn. if It in impossible lo secure mil believe tlie essentin) to the pence requirements or iinlhracite al Ihls of the world Ihe continued close Is that bituminous ffie'ndslilp now so happily estahllsho 11 coai or other jubsllliitos be acquired between the United States and the j (or US6 in thc lain fall and spring. [Irilish Bmpire. are all proud of what Canada i ASKS MONARCHISTS TO has been abfo lo'do in the war. noner ANY n're proud of our fighltnE forces'and of. thc waj onr organlzallon was carried tlirough. N'o worJa our- OPOSE ANY ATTEMPTS AT REVOLUTION PAHIS. July I'riiicc Louis I'lilU: Uuhp and j iipc. for the patience and de- urcteiirlcf lo llie throne in t-rone iuiiia___ _.......__ .._.. _ vbtlon of our women'and Ihe way In Tfrlliijn a-lellcr lo Ms support conrinuca'lo rise in the mines! our people at hpmc backed up was learned loilny. asking as none of Ihe avaibh'.e pumpmco or- al ;ronl. Tho test came lu Itj to Ua i thoic al Ilia front. dercd here by Ihe govcrnnlent have t Canaila uncifiectedly and I doubt If arrived. Jlcn at Devonporl and othef navol hnwf.ver, have been told lo liold themselves In rcaiMness how 'greal her or how fine o showing could bo made by a counlry any of us realized slrcnslh really wa LETHMUDCE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNEK, Minifef J. H. S. GORDON, "I" "J.V.STEEL, jhonlrl be keen relolclng victory Is really wilh us nfler our'hitler sLrng- glc; thankfulness llial we hove been able lo do our "Share hororaMy nnJ emlnring pride In Ihe gnllanl rleeil.i of our brave troops which an j lo jTiil, a Smnl, populalion. a Ifcrberl Smilh, prf.sldenl of feclinga uppermost In our, the yorkshlre Mlners'Tcrlorallon, de- clared, lie advised the men, how- ever, not lo Interfere with navy jump- ers who mlsht be senl to the mines. He said llie mlntra' federation hail nolhlnc to do with the disputes In Yorkshire rtlsirlcl and lliat llie slriko will go on unill the men "get llieir rlslils under Ihe Sankey report." U. S. FARMERS AND WHEAT PRICE NEW VOHK. July sr.tlle Ihe long slandlng dlapulo bclwcen farm- ers and grain buyers Zi lo proper price basis for wheat, Ibc United Slates Grain GVporallon has cntcriTd Inlo a contracl ivlth bjyern whereby tliclal- kr agree "lo reflect properly lo pro the government Tho lodoy maintain their sacred union -In the work of-rtfpnslrucilon and oppose nny atlempLi nl i The Duke of Orleans refers lo thc refusal of Ihe J-'renc'h Eovcinnient and the allies to allow liini (0 flKht V'rnncc an Amf.i Hint lie docs for' 'not I confide in (iconic llie profound sor- row causcil to him Ihls exit from Die lialllcfroiil; niter his hard csllc from France, In" order that no rancour mny develop Iliortifrom, adding; 'One inorii hurl In thn bruised heart I Inspiration to all generations- of Can- CALGARY SHOPS RAIDED BY MOB CALGARY, July MoSs rnldeil sli slores night and early Saturday morning, doing considerable damage. A second'lianrl jewelry win- dow was out nnil several CM' nesc stores find iOfhers "elearofl of of' France heart.1' cure 'nothing lu my price for various: grades of II their slocks of and was anriounccfl here loday, No arrests were made. AN AUTHORITY ON CHILDREN'S DISEASES KILLED AT BUDAPEST LOKtION, Nicholas TJefrcnilc, widely known as an author- ity on children's member of ihe Uhlvernlly of Budapest fdcnlly, wfla killed during Ifre last attempt (o (ifcrlhrow the government In Iludnpesl, according lo R Vienna ills- palch received by llio rcnlMl news cdrresponde'nl al Conenbagcn. EMPLOYERS THE: EMPLOYMENT OF CANADA lias been created to grade thc various classes of and un- to place the best in the country at your disposal, through a system of Employment. offices from Coast to Coast. THE PROFESSIONAL AND BUSWKS SECTION exists to place, you in touch with Professional, Business and Technical workers. THE' INFORMATION AND SERVICE BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF SOLDIERS' CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT lias a representative in each of these 'offices' to render whatever special services may be 'required in the employment YRETURNED SOLDIER Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hal, Red Deer, 142 Seventh Ave. E. 10220-lOlst Strett Hull Block Quebec Bank Bldg. 17 Ross Street 'I'd. No. M, 7809 2451 1603 3073 69 ;