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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1Mb 1-femW C_sr Still On The Job ti3 Communist' leader and Doss of the Hungarians j V1GHT WITH RUMANIANS July Skirmishing The river Thelss al ARCHBISHOP SAYS HASN'T ENOUGH MONEY TO.MEET JUDGMENT AGAINST HIM KINGSTON, 01.1., July wai made of Aroti- bl.hop epr.U yeiUrdar before T. M.' AlielltlM. Hi Ihe high cwrt of Jui- lle., to Ihe extent of hi. penonal prop.rty.' In view of Ihe Judgment which Sl.ler Marie Biiel received agalnll him Slll.r Jury of he Houie of Provi- f HI. dared that- he had not tnojgh monty to meet Ihe Judgment. He pfeicnled bank note. Ing 120.000. but Hid It wa. Im- pol.ibT. to' d.cld. Which money belonged to the church and which thai recently hi hid Blven con.lderable sums of money ai gllli Freeman, a Roman Catholic week- pllblllhed In Klnjilon. Canada Gets .go by ihe Humamans ill "szcblnok and Osonsrad. The llunearlans enlercd Torok-Si- MUlos aSllicnlo, and claim to have, nured a number o( prisoners. toed' and munitions. Run- Communist Icnrtor, the territ the GENEVA, July 24.-Ai.lhe ,ul, of an on French sBI- Hl.ra bv Bulgarians, a Frenc.i arrived .1 iS.fl.. Bulgarlarl capital, to dlMnn he local garrison, according lo Ihe Rumanian bureau at Bernt. The French contingent .Ihe bur- eau elates, l> supplied with an order. ATTACKED BY BULGARS PAH1S, July A French regl 'JSV. attacked by is the regiment was lending al "ompalanka, or, "..Danube. 22 miles southeast ol Vidln, a few according to a. dispatch were killed. Endeavoring to Reach Settle mcnt on-Problem'of Piece. .QF Water j Out of Mines fro t-ovlel by The Hungarian soviet [eels the v of kcrplns its army busy. 'or a longtime lUicsilalcd in ma 'attack. lion would lead to nffeiisiTC against Hid soviet. Vienna dispatch Kua and the taking over of power b> a triumvirate. LONDON', July oieciltivo of the miners' federation met Premier JJovd Oeorgc and olh_cr members of the Kovr.iffienl this morning in an effort lo settle the depute In the Yorkshire .'he premier was attended by Sir AncMand .Geudcs, minister for tlonal service and-reconstruction; Sir llobcrl Stevenson. Ilorne. minister o[ labor and olpcials of tho coal labor department of Iho board.ol trade. Before' informs Iho conference one rot the representatives ot the minors said- "01 course wo are ready .'nr a "not on the govern- uciil's own lernls." Xo al Ihe lho 'he 'co'nrefencV- adjourned until eve- SHualio'n Improves in Sevcra Uistricls, Accordins to Min- ister of Agricullurc BDMOSTON-. July 24.-HOH. luncan Marshall made a nin ye LONDON, July George i. Mger-lb.-beslow-M honor-on. Premier Lloyd George In recosinl- ilon of hli lervleet in the war and al the peace Ihe honor Is .to like. being dlicussed In court the Mirror. George nni arteol a peerage, the "Lr Knlahlhocd of The G rter, which la Hie l..lh- honor .overeifln s gl t i, prabtically'confihed to peers, aHhoUBh exception rrude ll Sir Edward Grey n 1012. The Mirror that If the Grey precedent some special honor may be creat- ed.' s cnlgarv lino and in a stretch W miles bolween Uelburne a osl Tine Creek, he round the cro uormlv good, The hay lut wlwal ureity nearly ve promise ot from 20 to 2o and oats from 60-to 15 busbo NEW Tribune's spccifll corrcs .ondenriin London has an- nouncecTlhal he has informa- idn to-the elf eel that Vim) lidge presented H> Canada by the French goy ernment. KING'S WINNIPEG, July 2I.-TH CUnwa correspondent of lh Manitoba 'Free Press nuote Ihe Hon. W. 1-. MscKcnT. King, "'ho has just rctutne from'England, as follows: "The goycrnnienl of Cn ada should take ,im media action lo obtain adequa stretches of land on the sit the most famous battles in hich Canadians were cnn; rned, both in Trance and elgium. "I hftve taken the opportun- y of goitig over the territory llie Canadians have ccn fighting since their ar ival in France and 1 have jech struck with the exceed nKly' (lifficull work vliicl was always given ,lhcm lo d md with the tremendous ol) strides they overcame. "No one. can 50 over lh ground without lieing in pressed with the.immense in parlance of tlie task conti ually assigned lo the Capa inns. Thcir'Mask had been hold key, ji.os'110116 through the progress', of theV.gre lussian Troops on the Archangel Front Mutiny and Join the Bolsheviks I ONDON government lias received a ae Brilish Iroops on ic lion ill hand and believes in- troops "arc equal lo the STOP EXPORT CARDIFF COM- LONDON, July cxporlnlion of Cardiff coal has been slopped by a guv- .crnmcul order issued loilay. Survey Jlade By Provincial De partmenl- of Agricullurc Reveals Information About Shipping Having astted for further nar- txulats about tbe arrangements made to get feed (or stock into the soulh. as well as alocfe into H A. Graig. deputy minister or a-rlclilLurc. Edmonton, has forward- W V Buchanan, M.P., LMhbndec, 3l.-Willlau.Var. lev, Toronto, general organizer 01 Ihe American Federation ot -Labor -lust night took direct jssuc with Vi. Prlirbard, chiiirmau pt the central ex- ecutive o! the-Ono Dig Union, on tho that luleTnnllonBl.oin.CLTJ were receiving salaries rajigl.1! ft lo "it is not a facl.'i aalUjJJr.-Aarl "ancl Mr. Prltchard..vcry: L -nrn" fTfillln1 Decline, Hathcr Than ;.n Ad- vance, Says H. C. of L. Commissioner OTTAWA. July 24.--Tiie Hi. cost ot livine commissioner slate, thin Ihe Blocks of pork on Uand, in proce'a ol cure and In." storage are I just about equal to llie average ol me two It our domestic trade I Urc the only matter lo be considered i we Have enoueh on baud today fur 'five mouths. However, our eiport ifrade took abcut pounds a nonth this last yeir. The totaritock on July 1 was 3V pounds. O! this by far Ihe largest part >n process el cure and not In cold storage at all. was in storage pound, fror- pounds fresh unlroien, pounds dry .ailed and S.S12- 384 pounds sweet pickled. It is eM- dent that tho eiport mr-.rket Is labng oV surplus jusl about as fast a> th" surplus gets out ot the curias Tho stocks of beet are 40 Jl per cent less than last month, but great-, than normally at this lime the The prices for beet animals are Siot so Lien as earlier in tho season vet Prices lor the meal have bee advancing markedly and his m.spl f tile- fact that Ihe reports from bolh London and Chicago have indicated the world rather than nn advance. I He portion of tlie beef in storage of which we have Ircsh beet'ainouuls pounds; cured beef am- s time ol tbe year, bul Ihat.luo tM price ui 01 I; .Ad, reduction In in e interim reporL the Banker com.inlsslOR lo the ift- lecl mat mc.ieducllqn. ol'-olilpul Ihrouth reduced hours vou'd he loss Ibau 10 pef cent-the government nas prepirea to see, piece work- ers should not auffcr Riiy IOBS In carnlngB and IniHtho piece, ratei would De increased, by an a-nounl whlclt on .the found necessary lo correspond -with the 10 per cent.- reduction -in tiours. Iloherl Simlllo. Hie intnjirs .lender nld the eiecutlve body ot Ihe rener allon would- rnpet to consider the proposal. llertert Smllh, head .at; Ihe shlrc Miners' no present donfareiico. The pump situnllon in the. YprVghlro today was pronmmfced saUsfaclorj. I iv'tli U.e one important mine Two hundred now ni'anninc the mtae pumps without in ce, anaallenlJ.0B is being given "its being said to be' 'Rncourasing news is also 6'the department Irpnl the Cnnadiar Celtic line east of Welasklwia. The irst reports from that Hue were bad the good word there ,-lil 'he almost normal crops of lioth THE FIRES '.heat .and oats. I. Finlayson, J lorcst fires 1 to be OAUSAHY. July 2 raceivnl heri; by chief-torest ranger, Nest .ipi.f" Vnd Ihe necessily of supplying more' fire fiKhlers is becomins cnl Word from Nelson last night m dLled ihnt that city ns ened with Ihe fires, mas or .'500 to light fires. _______L I ped sliict the bes Sir Brie Geddes, who i sir reprcacntlrg the goyernrntpl has re_ v replies the it 1 rolred sitlifaclbry'.-ro Considerable Discussion ai u- IDI.U v.nAfA in a. be. Ai.Meeting Ended in a. Victory for Publicity :ind other mu A Drinking. Fountain anil a Statue To Placed on the Court House" Grounds i- Idle yeslird.y the P On mm lhc" wero wnfuslon of motions, amcndiuen ,nd amendnicnls to amendmoms il tasked the ulmost effort. o[ 0. JlcPherson, ot IhoTelcgatea who Mont delusion of Ike press al- 11 waa nol a. rlrat principle of good business. (Frnm Our Own t CAUDSTON. July meeting of tbe soldiers' memorial commllteo vat held in Ihe courihoiise at 3.30 p.m. on the 19lh lust. There wcfe prescut Mayor I'llchcr (In the thairt. Mrs. V. Christie, Mv. W. Atkins Mrs.' D 11 Orow.'J. C. Cahoon. II. D. Fol som and .1. Y. Card, the laller ac-lms to erect a meinoral "All minesIco'nsisliiig nt a drinking, foiinlaiii. let, which) trees alld a 1IU13 rcattul spot .111 llie corner ot tlie courthouse grolliidg in the centre of which will he c-redlcd granite monmnent of a large re- turn 'Dominion eovernmcnt asked lo duplicate this. Railways, ex- tent McArLhur lines, have agreed ,o pav SO-ptr cent, reliirn on slock." Dividing line runs from Lloydminstev, .Chlpmaii, Camrose. a.- vise when arrangements com- plete. ..H A CHAin.. -Find Considerable Hay- CAI-GAltV. Alia.; man onVof therdry area to "ed -areas, and' free, tiansiwrtaltpn Tor seven ear, of. hay to any one man u the !ry area'who wishes lo feed nls Sock there, is the arrangement made between the railways and the provincial and Dominion slated Hon. Duncan Mars .all asl light- 'The cosl ol trnusporla.ion divided equally nclween Ihe BOV and railways.- Tho Irans- 01 Daiuuu, r--- llveslocX. organisers are higher.' Tilo slocks of uiutlon and lamb con- It. A. WEE. organizer, ID Ihe wesl W (roie? and lor the Dominion- Trades Congress CVsh In sloras'e are accumulal- fwibusly. The stocks in cqkl stSrase on Jnly 1 were nouiids and In t-Sditlon there were nim rounds on hand other lliait m cold slornse. The largest holdings are on the Pacific allhmiBU. there are large stocks generally in tha large cities. _ MOTHER WAS WHILE ATTEMPTING TO RESCUE HER LITTLE SON ELGIN. Ont.. July Mrs.' lumphrey, ol Winnipeg. nendine o. vacation with ere was drowned while atlempln.g o rescue her V.ltle son. who was wan- leriDB along Ihe shore and had-B.ono.. ntti the channel the end of Iho awfiiicii iiuJu Manltob. of the terms alrcadyrat. nftr auoiu ICDL 12 smaller granlle boulders, lyp fyliig 12 heroes who fell in.lbis dtslr cl in the great war.' A flagstaff will, sur: mount the boulder, on the lace of llie Hltcr ht'inB a bronio plate, with a al o wind the the nbmlnlon a Mnnlto.oe o ?t ed by tho Albcrli government the] ,hc. Board of Trade and I lieu RH 1 rf_ linr-o lificn nolle v vJl bcl IK lo adopt ivl.alever lino of action Sd be favored Jointly by the other organizations 'Th cald vv i, fu-o while a on' erection WASHINGTON July 54. Two j c Hanilc 'ocean liners, larger than any ships now afloal Vnd, .designed o farrlsh. -Tho.e I rat principle 01 soon imam..-.., -r-- Ihe taflcr, advertising io my mind In many Instances we .lo nol eel half enough publloily throush Hit jiTCJa which 13; trequenlly our own The reason why one objected lo. Ihe, press being presenl vi, because sKeMiad been ra ,auoted ft cfln'venllon Al Medicine Hal. Oth ers again opined lhal the prt33 onlv looking out'lor somclhlnK sen salioiml." Finally It decided lo admit lho ships now a cross Ihe Atlanlle In lour. lo be biilll by Ihe shipping hoard. They will ho 1.000 led long nnd of 30 Vnols speed ind will be -equipped- as com- 'merce In Iho .event of war Announcement was made Iw hoard mat plani for the ships had been completed on thcni would he slarled In Ihe near tutiire. I s hoped lo apeelal Icrmlnal [Of at Fort' 'Pond Bay, l-on wero Iq submit a netting. design at Ihe ncil IslRml. -FIRE'AT" AHTJ1UU, July 24.-A (Iro In Iho bollershops ol Itic Port. Ar- IQ INCREASE IN I SAVINOS-BAriK OTTAWA, Ml 24-An Ir, bank during Ihe month flnJnce CiMVloant, both In and higher. Current, loirii In Canada have dMremd.; comniillce tor the town wns Mayor E. Pllclicr. Mrs. Cfirlsllc. Mark Spencer. Atkina and J, V. Card, and for lie various, dislrlcls us follows: lira, llcnry Malkin, John Ockcy Alonzo Lamb, Mr. M Allml, Haley: J. 11.. Tanner, Aclna; C. Simpson. Don.ndary Mrs. U. 11. Grow, Illll Spring; I Mrs. II. Suvate, aienwoodTllle, J. Dennell, Kl'mhall; M. A. Lowry, orv lie; Terry, Don Bon. U- Kf. I-yc, Jlounlifn Vlevy: Cam plo'n Dawson, Seddcn (.Ml. View e amllli, Harrisvllle (Carfclon J. Nny. Owcudalc (Wool ford 11. LTKclly, Spring Coulee Tho tinsncc commlllce were .to r tunda. iha-sum o! Montana and northern tdnli-o. acrordlne lo forest olMals. there have been C12 nrcs sliiro June in About 2SOO men are employed In nBhline the nres In Ihnt torrllory. A ViTaige in tl'c wind lost night hroiighl (emnorary Fafcty to the little N MICHIGAN L.J..-. .j_ lho men a bonus last night de come1 ficllcd as son and come1 ficlicu as u.o niece were licins picked up by Hayes and wore being brought to shora surely. Slio had fallen !n: gone under, nnd when Mr. Ila> e? had put children in safely, Hiimphrey was not to bo seen. AHer ing and digging tor-half an bqur, rB-ldiinn.hcr body In abojl fires in northern Jllrhlgan havo again assumed BeVioiw p'ropdrlloiiF, accord-. lo advices received hero Inls alter-1 noon. U is rerorlcd that IWIar tlcmenl. on tho Whllefish Uiy shore, j nboill 30 miles norlhwesl of Saiill Sto. Marie, was wiped out late ybslerday. nlracd nl. fuTy Vlh lo be" iifcsent. D! LIT., al the coiirthoiisc hroiiEiil ;emrulrtl' lownofSI Ite-gia. Montana, which for b t residents ejcaped, 01 ai. i (or a yesterday Ihrealened n number, of houses on tho outskirts' Sault Ste.'.Marie: bill was brought under-control by city _ In the'norlhern part of .the loner fire out anew, east 6f Mancelona'. One of tho largest camps owned bV Ibc Antrim Iron com- nanr was doati'ojei) this mirnlng nnd volunlecr lire fiehlcrs havo-been rushed to the scene. ENEMIES 1 TORONTO, flily .Jl.-Elehl Insane enemies" are. being deporftd l..., The (own Ol ai. scverul days had been threatened bl re5 on three sUes. The, most serious re to the norlli ol St. hcgla, covered afna of 30 miles In circumference. "thU crews or 300 men wcl, were flitMin- a fire along a 15-mllo (roiu if in" Hbckfeet toresl, .adjoining OUcl'iV National Mrk or, the west. U had covered Seres and Iho on y of extinguishing it was said be 4 heavy rain. PREMIER BORDEN'S HOLIDAY 'OTTAWA, July According, lo advices 'received today, the premier "r1 r t., ntfii.x'fl 111! IhO advices'received today, lho pren. are being aepor eu may not he back In OIUwR .1111 Dip M'orly-lwo others of the Sid rS Ho I. ?bm'olher parts M Do- _ ;