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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OTTAWA MEN GET AN INCREASED WAGE Dr. McKall After information to Cover the last Seven Years Searching for War Profiteers Hartley Uewart Charges Itowel .Is In League With Premier Hearst of Ontario -KIS'CAHDIXB, Ont, July a lansc-ly-atteuded convention ot the Lib erals.o! West Druce, held here yester- day. 11. 11. Ifclvart. K.C.. the .Liberal leader, made Ihe definite charge ,galntt Hon. N.-W. president of tho privy, council, that In 1S1of a higher pr.ce in Canada :than in. the United Stales would 9ive the United Slates the European market and during the next few months would deprive'Canada of the full bene- fit of the St. Lawrence route. "Some of the cabinet ministers, white, favoring minimum prices, btl'.we that there should be a director appointed to- supervise the marketing and lo prevent profiteering or any policy that would retard the marketing of the crop. The west furnishes a prob- lem each year, Hs tariff revision, drought in Sunny Southern Al- berta, or marketing the grain crop. This year all three are before the government." POLES CEASE OFFENSIVE AGAINST UKRAINIANS VIENNA, July Poles appear to be ceasing their offensive 'ajainit the Ukrainians. The latter are using all their strength ajalnst Kiev, intending. If successful jjainsl the Bolshevik! there, to return and contest Polish pacifi- cation of eastern Galicia. The Rumanians declare their ar- tillery is stopping the Hungarian advancs. but the Hungarians claim fresh successes. 10 REPtnl show business who al) fair, hut thero are alsojsreat whoso yearlv balance sheets very Wile change in Profit during these last seven That is the reply liven to .the ques- tion In an Interview, "are there any daises ot 'our commercial interests which have, not taken advantage ol! luoUvar to increase Iheir profits ati the cipense of the' put to; Dr-H.'J- McFall; cost of living nlissloner. j "To ascertain tbe answer to-such questions and .many, others of sreat be have reque'lled Ite -leading ms'mitacturers and wholesalers of allv_lnipprUnl pro-j duels 10 submit to mp'-s.Tforn state-, ments as to the financial standing and j profits of their business for the seven years. Since we bare the -Aries, chattels to 'a permanent parly. .My. Bewart said In part: June 27, when.the liberal con- vention' was' Hitting In .Toronto, n'r Hearst 'at Eugenia rails an- flclnaltd my election by an. unlrulh- ful atlack. This was part 'of a con- by Premier Hearst and Mr. Unwell. iicarsl's words were seizec. upon' by 'liis'tonservative friends and v'olUlcal ally, the editor of the (Inn Guardian. I'had at Wesioirclear- ly declared where h6tli I anil the Liberal parly of Ontario jointly sland. Inn' Mr. Howell already played his .pre-arranged-role to hack Premier Wil- liam-'-Hearst-'up-and attack II" knew lliat there' was foumjalio for tho chaise that I am opposed to the policy, ol-tiie Onlario liberal party on prohibition': He knew that flier, could nor >youlil control.'or wonlt the liquor, Te'ople.iu: Ontario. Next' day, at For- 'V'Sntilledi hi? diinqnert.state- his .miserable insinuations: "rworilil-'hO'lSpkiaE in niatmood It the- abuse ways as a 'leader who'-ivas 'alii tfciiis comhil.tleonvofed-to recotn- alwairs opposed to prohlbllion. 1 defy mend the repeil or the 10 percent soft my detractors to-quote one publlc-ul-l nrt.rrr-nrrt vote was lorance or Written word at variance with the position I have taken at the convention'and on which 1 now stand. "How'Slr'William must have chuck-' led aa ho read Hie words and thoushls French luilitnry ami civilians arc alleged to have.' occimvil. STRIKE OFF NEW YORK, July of the strike of marine work- ers, which has tied up shipping in Atlantic and gulf ports for the last three weeks, was announced here today by Gustsv H. Brown; gen- eral secretary of the Intrtrnational Seamen's Union, who added that ships Would be moving by this afternoon. YORKSHIRE MINERS YET TO DECIDE [.BEDS, England, Jul-v, agreement yesterday A Hill Before Ways and -Means VIENNA, July new terms ol tie Austrian peace treaty are makins no special Impression on Ihc general imbllc. The newspaper men the Many coat strike between-, the government [and tUc miners' .federation will hajc to be considered by members of the Yorkshire Miners' Association, those chiefly involved, for fiiulaclic.ii, it was anTOtiuce.1 here today .hyltoben Snr.tli. president of the as- sociation. Leave For Waterlon- July Weddings Are in Fashion Out Ucriprocily 1'act (From seven years. Since we hare the -Aries, i of seven .years' statements., it ia I difficult for these interests lo tool us.I I but are taking ah additional precau-j lion against deceit. 6y having one of i' the best nrms1 of ants in' Caiiada supc'rv'IsD the revision j "of tbe reports and we.feel that when this .large is; completed, we, our successors, the hoard of will have the basis of'fact, not calnon- flage, to work iip'ou. 'Oiif only regret: is thai this work is1 not completed and] the, retailers' bookkeeping systems are so. inadequate'lhai "we'Can not give, a complclfi-aiiswer'lo.ail-thal is iciallon i .Mm r------ from llic.Svaec question.--he (jn this locality, anil we are pleased lo sa'id' there we're several other mat- sec brare young men are m r nciiDf't'illv in west I _i A DroUEtlt WASHINGTON. July nf life Canadian Ueei- general puuin1. me however, remark thai the norU is j act of- 1'JH wits 1'CCOlll- stlllallemp.inK to .real (IK. ways and meays cominitlec. Some Democrats joined will; Hie Uepiiblicaus in voting for repeal; bill ollicrs saitl-tluil ac- lion should (lefcrrctl pending fiirllier invcslifialions, A reporj on Ihe Canadian reci-J procily a'el' InvHcprcscnlalivu great stale, instead ot one which has lost five-sixths of.her territory and been reduced from Jl great empire of persons to who are facing a waiter in which hundreds of thousands are sure to die oMam- ine or cold. The N'euc- Freie. Pcosse ;ays: 1 "The allies wish to force Auslria into bankruptcy and thereby set a i Yorkshire, -which inusl be'settled be- I tore the men gojjack lo work SillU. H1UIO i w ten in dispute especially in west h [acfe 0( conditions. Drought >.Q cotrlfjl hP_- 1 (Idtot-rllly face ot jj'd ;s not see does not seem ,to a deterring German char,, Norll. Carolwa, poinl- cellor, and head of the peace dclega- j [llal Canadian [litl'lia- itioh. wllo .eciniwal implied'i VOTE TO REbyCE.OR 'Yi PARIS, July supreme council of the csace conference decided -'this afternoon to send a' communication to the Hungarian delegation advising that if they eject' the K'Jn govern- ment and institute a government with which the conference can deal, the blockade will be lift and food relief provided: ,SKB OF FORCE TO OCCUPYs.RHLNELANI) !rlloii! never passed reeip-wal A.! W an -Aniericau is a Bateman at or -Sis! says, "ill view of tile, formal 10 days the Austrian delegates must furnisli- proofs thai I me uouju ui i di.np__tii-it we uave me opi on wi Bateman at eyenine. "virselvc's or -Sis! says, "ill view of tile, formal re-, irtent Edw.J. Wood performed ]0 days the Austrian i Caliatla of UlC ceremony which made life partners. proofs thai Jt-t-lU n i ill-. Samuel 3. .Walliurscr and Miss, j? pay, with assets reciprocal iiijrecmcnl 111.11. Mary Uaterhari. are i hill Illtiv lie considered willv The eroom is widely and favorably i tne. DiiMii.iv known in the Mountain olll and' speedily where ho ind his Iircll.ers.are enga- nAllimll f t R V isscd Mas Held of Account of Ihe 1 or Swimmers _ in catlle riiichinK The bride is a'cardElon voung lad! graouatcd froin our high school and lias been teaching tho two Her last 1 term ol scrool wis at Mountain icn and Ihe locality is evidcnllv a charm jt the coniracunp >ns m Uiis corner of Al Show That' Most congratulations mil be re SI I 1-rlemls ot the contr ire numero herlT and 'idled from ill quarters Another Weddmg On Mondaj "the HHi mat anollier .oung ladle was ot how he accepted the support ot the liquor interests. his tongue in his cheek. In 1914. have pledged ourselves to vig- orously ano etlBC'.ively carry Into "cftect ihe win ot.lhe majority-of the people. That is my pledge and my record as'crown attorney lor It years 'in the county of 'York. 1 would like to hive an inventors' of Hie contents ot the cellars In the whiled sonul _ cures' ot ot Ontario, w'llo are confined lo no one church or fect They ifre proposing that in Ihc United-Slates all liuuor in cellars lie, 4 isovefiiment, that will administer ihe IP.W without fear and without the affection and j.retcnao ot a1 virtue that the present government, does not possess.1 tncts in North JnU hcavv isscd 'While, Hul me us spun- cd Hcpublit in il was opiiosul majorils ol ii llic MI congress 011 lite slilulc books onlv liccaTist, of tbe milled supporl Ibj; Demdii Jls RcpeVil ot Ibc rcLipiocih nica sine will mil allecl Ibc of l.inlt dtilicb m wood pulp, it Hour pot itoes jud pol ilo JUGO SLAVE AND ITALIANS RIOTS AT TRIESTF VIENNA, July Reports i have reached here of noting at Trisste between JugoSlavi and Italian! In which f few persons were injured There also- has been fighting at-Marburg-amono the troops It ii claimed that there are also r be the Serbs and Jugo Slavs The Jugo Slavs continue to occupy Klagenfurct, notwithstanding the objections of thJ Austrian sold iers. petition tor the occupation ol during the taking ot Ihe plebiscite iherc was also' discussed by tho coun- cil. The general uuiler finding Is that all the Allied and associated armies should he represented BULGARIANS AT PARIS PARIS, July Bulgarian peice delesa'ion arrived at the Lyons station at 8 o'clock this morning. The delegates'wer- re ceived by Col. Henry.on of the allies and were escorted in autos to the Chateau Madrid at Neuilly. ance and Frank went dov.'n in n spot ram which fell m Calgan throughout uo t of labt night exlendeil over ,1 ,V bill M-l lo beaded on ulian picitt'- pioposcs icpcal of miort (hat L0mnlodllu s 111 I .veithpr is still with prospeds (o of more rain Canadian Pacific HilHav from the tcmonton dislnct Jlnte tha' I f crojra in the northern section o' much Impioieit Rains Bound To Help The feed And Pasture Problem; Crop Prospect Much Better feet deep. 7-lIis dealli ivaa wiliiessefl j .ciwlns ,jlirress Rainfail General the West- ern Dam iigc to Crops ABO.VRU J1BX- July. 'dreailnouehls of the Vacilic fleet, the New Mexico, Ar- and NovrnTorli, were lifted successfully Itirough the Oatui. locks was Ihc first aUempVto navlgalo .Ihe -watervTay wllU a fleet ot'dreadnougMs.ancV to- night tho warships lie anchored 411 tho trcsn water of Ciatun level, -Sj. feet' abovoAV" noughts will rcsu'mo Heir Irip to Ward "ihe Vaclflo Twcnly destroyers went through the einal through the locks in Brouna of 10. Capt. Twinine, clitct ot staff snid that (he'canal had -proved Us naval 'value tieyoml a as (Ireadnouilils may he easily- mov- til (torn Iha Altantic to the I'aciflc is ilir 'celerity and without Iroublo HS fl-own by lodiy's oiicrallon. TOnONTO, July Ounn nuperinlendcnt of tho Toronto Street and 50 scars In Ihe, Toronto IlallKK) company s dice) las night in his 80th-year.- ____ DROWM6D WHItfe BATHINO Jul> ser-Thomaji SI >ears old, ivas drowned veslenlsy -nhlle bathing In Ihc Win. river Uc du Bonet COLLECTOR OF CUSTOM? OEAO WWDSOft. OnL, -ulj M-Df J A Smith, collector ot AslomS for Ihc port Of Windsor, dleJ fol lowlnir i jarMylli. slro'ie He C3 old Mr. J. JlcCaig, chl.ct pubjidty com- .iiilsslonerjtpr the prmiiicc, called at Ihe Herald olticc' this morning on his return from the cclohral'on at Chm Sneaking ot Ihe vrop sllualion, Mr JlcCaig thitt since week ago Wcdnesdiy there haa hecn a 100 per ccvilible improvement In Ihe crops in central Alhcrjii anil 16 Some extent Calnnry -Tlie rain ntli as far soutn on tho 16lh alioUl first rain In a couple o'lilonthe that n el thcldrj top ot soil to Ihe soil hold lug'moislure at a depth of four or Inches Tile molstufe: rcsourcci of the'so I lime been put into icliuiv iy this rain and thero Ii alrcaih an appearance of a ten per j cenl Im rrcupmenl or heller In the Crop ume and slcld Crbps In'central Al iierta were almost fltflllondfj during the wmili of Jufic hlif lliej not ruined or ripened tip rfematu'" ftiev are 11 oil fains. In-Southern Alberta In. southern there Is Pasture and Hay With regard 10 pasture and hay. the possibliiUe's are not worse, hut rallicr betler. Jlort of the prairie growth in an ordinary year Is made in fne or six weeks, and it is still noa tblo lo get a qu'ck growlh of liaj ind insllire on 'prairie soil. Thero imj be some hay'piles'saved in Octooer M.I The old-timer wants .nine cnrciLliav but this year anything that will fill i cow's' hclly looks gool Some of the wetdy fields where Ihc sown'crop ian failed may also jlcld coirso tod dor ns il did last ieir mil slit! jrow sotno top ot teed before Scplom jer .frosts, Taking Livestock Mr MeCalB reports Ih'at central and llorlhern Alhcrla are ihsorhliiB upure clahlo (iiianlUles ot soulhcni llroilock and that cattle arc not licing sacri- ficed though prices cannot ho etpoct ed lo hold whero lhe> have beui or Hie past two years-tor stocVer calllt. few hundrcrl entile went to Peace river last week foi oiv Hill order' >d'montoii rtlr.lrlct larmers arc burhig a' good many. Nineteen cars in a am- afe sw and grownups ruer Tncru ahle spots. V out from their congested prog'ain the ancient sport of horse r-iciu? that is rapldb being put on Ihe discard bi the a'ulo and the aeroplane Ihe SI 000 Pr'zc developing bumati colls in the healthful and athletic art of natation, One thous and 'dollars; would go a long way to ward erectinfr modest are sing quir fcr silking off a portion ol the I toeae i I ethlmuge ,serc general in nfirlj all section al I "Ihhnage three prmio rroUnces swept Rainfall Held Back Crowds But Hundred Celebrated Beginning Of New is of i the three prune swept the I counlrv list rnkht tollowiug a period I of intense heat There was a certain I -unouut of hill anil lugli winds and 1 i-rop damigc 1 inevitable in some GIS I 1 Temperatures were mostly in U c. 81) s >c.itcrdi) U roremoat 4111 it Ifi2 ThroUKhout Maniloua the ju think of i The ce eora m fcr silking off a portion OJ inci ju i i- river luring in in tructor to- the sum tion ot the comncncement ol w mer mouths and subsidizing a bus to ,he Taher irnga lou project run or three dais l week from, came lo ii.ugtil bcciuse o! J, the town lo the swimming beich Uehnreenuirtcrs o in lioiir know no Investment that would pay of llio dislntl U me dgalnst iho contnMilns, irv s such dividends as Ih s Of course ;sha'll li'avn all those and more when llio niillc-nlnrn comes hul in Ihe mean lime dozens of >ouug lives mav needlessly sicnficed So come on Agriculllirist, irregllllritles'or no ir rVguiarllies Set Ihe pace, osiabllsn a lirecedcnt riin ,n weeks add il w" that ,t fell on tie oc 'u 110 iiuhes of riiu is officiallv record m tears dgalnsllhocontmlilns.drv; Dd la Iherc GO inches .sons of lliis rjm accomp-inied b> fiolent clec ronlploleu trrangements h) i trlc 8torms throughout the night At are to get irrigation and] bellow Grass ind Calgary, .1 i Hat RCll DfiT AH3 ver> rams were reporled Kim Is reporled allogether from (islncli In Ih6 prairie provinces nhich we are to and having assembled loday l_o celcui-itc this mo I importint aclilcventcnl u nm plaUc charlC3 Mcwarl t'foiuicr of t.ic P nav be I to irrlsalc the Hnd on Mr T ,e dclnied j The official forenst for the week our profound f end tor M-inftola ind is. In AIUCIIU not am chance ot general ot grain cropa, ot a sOppy ,of moUture nov. would bo ot untold 'benefit The powtl of do (land is "f? greiti. scafcily of moisture canset ulrqni lobl equip menl. and (Ha llghi mriict crop ZOTCTO ci j rftoldh It IB illU in cfer il.W of trott five to ten bushels may secufed, on much ot llio crop Is, ol course, pas help anil Ihc Holds-Afe lield I 1 gUOU umiiji day1 were taken west of-t.ncoraoe list week..' the: legHlmato aeiuaim Wni" Iliose who have feed fas been such as to iiulbiil the throwing of the Bt'dcVmaTi Into the hafds of spccu ILOntinueil on Hour) 1 v With- this huylng gong on and jihe pcndlWfi! .'of the Mamloba mjl) on fof-Westera CJitlle along with an Im tSfovedfent in feed conditions now the livestock situation maj look tet' fer shortly. -There are lo of fine alfalfa In ttie UlhbrMW alsirlcl AVenltior couilltlonr appears lot ho Uirhlng diirln'e'lhi three SAYS SOLDIERS' VOTE RESPONSIBLE FOR DEFEAT CHARLOTTETOWN, PEL July Examiner, Independ ent attributes the 'fall of the aovernment In a rnea- Sure to the, soldiers' voles. Re- vIS'd rtlurns show another seat for the Conservatives, H D Me Lean, of Sourls sen of Senator MeLe.ft. His Is 17 This FeaVeS 25 Uberils anil five Con- tervativu our premium enu iur ,i ........__......nMc.lon vlhe be .t interests of, for northwest winds I Icool tight allernoou for Ihe affair A meins lo Iho of Im Irla, under cool bright afternoon for Ihe annir mcins HIIUM- huudred or more people from Tuber gat.on In Southern Alberli o Baruwcll Lethbridge and Ilayniond utmost liinll of Ihc ivalcri atallab "ereTreUnl 0 B MeVullen was ,n A particulirlj .nnroonate select j ___, I III, IrncfatlrMI Ilirnrtell W A Duchanin M P, S Dunham W H FaVfieia and S O Porter, f-ompridge" J W Evans and John Powelsoii Raymond Verc amongst the sptskera Thej were, all staunch bcllevera ifi irrigation aa Ihe salvation ot tho.counln Its benefits I-were dxiolH4 and the Irrwattori I District aswfts.sasi. ____ ,-urf in he valer from Ihe" Chin, the-new distntt The. maln> be gins north ofvlho C ft n tracks and proceeds a'mosi dne etst ofNeldpath where It crosses to Ifie Jootb f fte'Wsr of cropf, (his the TaWr dfsfrlct ihe laur vhoat ullI ger )leld hosier 1) of the 1 IvINGSTON Unldii of meet In Kingston ;