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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i, JULY HIIU u rjE DAILY Farmers Political 1'arft ed to Deportation 1 Subsidy .For Farmer? in Drouth TRirS ___ YORK big i British steamship companion, tho Cun- ard and While Star, are considering "iUlillshmeut of terminals at Mon I'oint, 1-ong Island. In. order to ete with the UiilteJ States' ship- ird's piolectcd tour trans service wltb Uo now 1.000 foot liners to be built lor operation put let Fort Pond Bay, it WM Uaroed liere I today when slecmshlp omclsls relum- ed, from a trip to Uontauk, 1 at MonUuk would shorten ttl the Voyage from Eniltnd by 185 miles. CAI.OA.HY. political Brunch of-the acted the following business yester- Adoplod cons tit ullon and elected of riccrs. Demanded restoration of British jus- liy resumption ot Jury trial for all offenders. _..ulM a gainst JewUh coutfrlal. autonomy'in Poland and particularly Protested unsatisfactory gchooii .which, it ..mail sen-tee a Chinese between cdU- bonus Boheme by S3 to 25, Asked minister of education lo ad- vance money to keep eohoola open In drought-atfeoted i lAdvIscd purchase'.of.foreign manii-. factured goods ;la place of Canadian manufactures- rjroteote4--by Were -warned against an alleged In- solvent fire; insurance company. Demand; cuh- mbisMy for farmers in irea. Elected !'i: Hill Spence, Trldlngj; Don .ViTse'a Chinese between oltl- net ot the.same counlry. "We deeply grieved at the concludes, "oblu as Poles (for IPRAIKIE, July ..v.. Joldlne .his re ported Ibo physic-Ian attending L'.eui. 5. P. Kerr, sole survivor bt .the air- plane accident Wednesday eve- ning, In which Kerr'6- wife and his partner, Lieut. Crosi. were Instantly tilled. Kerr. who Is the chief pilot for tho Manitoba Veteran Airplane company and a dlstjnsulsbeil number of the Canadian air force, IE In a dan- gerous condition, but hopes are.held out for lilt recovery- Ueut. Crosi will be buritd Sunday T.-iih full mliilary honors.' Mrs. Kerr will be burled Monday. SEPARATE RATIFICATION OF PEACE TREATY BY THE GERMAN STATES PAHIS. July quesllon whelher it will bo necessary lo obtain Mparole laliilcatlou of the German peace treaty by the federal states of Oermany, Juch as Bavaria and Prus- ila, was considered by the chamber ol deputies peace committee.' The r--..-... IK appeal torj federal .........irtd'the" foV'eit fires, which, if declared, have got be- yond In-Various parts of the political friends for numy years. V'l.ilo Uve- nqt bflim-1 Ji iJrYcc? in saying 'Inter too general .political and .nave stood (or the same progressive, politics. and if llic Globe and I are nol agreed today it is bf the Gtobe has grossed the 3uor, not 1. I i-aimo: believe, however, that the (Globe has rually changta ill pol- itical lileal. iind the difference bo twi-eu us in rriality a difference iu nielljod rather lhau in principle. MMr concludes, 'lolU as Poles t tor ,o hear Slcphen li an Inau t lo our countrj) s-nd forclre minister, on this Israelites, sinco the hopes we had torniect concerning 0" homo. vain. to your consciences to remove tnis re- slrlctlve clause." Piehon. the foreign'minister, on this queslion. v The committee alto look up; the problem of the future status of the Rhineland. After, listening to a report by Ivouls Barthou, minlsler o! stale, document relating to thd views of aocumetu reiaiiug vf tuu vji GIVE government. Including the i nnfninn Iho mniior etvpn Mar- opinion on the. raattor given by Mar- shal, f'och, It was decided again lo hear Premier Clemenceau. Doorao'n and Oanadlan canners, have, CEXTKIt, B. C., July not changed either my position'or my political principles sines 1, with the strong support of the Union government end if the Olobe and 1 are not agreed today, asL we" were yt that the ch'ang'e'Is-hot due to any act of mitm. "1 was'elected In nurham as a Lib- eral supporter of 1'nion government. I am Ihls-toilay. It 1 nud 1 .cannot continue Id be both a real and by tual I mean a real a" supporter ot Union govern- ment, I shili advise'my constituents of tho fact and louder my resignation. Tdo not anticipate (hat my resignalion will be necessary on that ground." The'foregoing were two of the out- standing- statements maile by Hon. X. president ot the privy council) in the course ot an-interview accorded the Vancouver World's Olcan- agan representative .on evening at'Okanagan Centen where he .is spending a holiday on his ranch, and from, wlilch, as he remarked.-' he h'ad sought ;to get away from polities for'n. tlnioV- "I have Just had the opportunity, ho said, rfiplying lo the Olobe's recent 'attack on hlnl. "of reading Its torial 'q'f July 15, entitled 'Mr: Rowell Crosses the and I njusl confess my very-great surprise at- the tone And want something exceptionally good for inside finish or outside finish, call ui mayor. The'-rtcIcgalWn'.also VflfnnUil io -learn It' Ihe're. were' any .genuinp; ground's; city police, hut none.' ILwnsjis a reports, and "va'rlbiis'Fomniiinicauons tcllibfidge coimci! sendtthb delegation ;the generai. "Allogethef, ,onr. .intcrTlejf.i.-s'as quite j die. Ho'callerf 'on'Mayor TKursd.ay rriorhlng. TAFT NEVER GAVE AUTHORfTY FOR LETTERS .PUBU0ED I NEW 'YbltKi :raled has bwta; message 'frohv Bz-Fres-, tdont Taft: Assoclation.'.yes- 'tcrday gavo 6ut- two leltcrs fen by mo .to .Will .Hays These letters were pcriiqiial i'nd cofifWehrial fciaritoil and. ilieknowl'eclgo of'consent of elthi.riMr, or n to ttr.-Hayij nflclMe KMIontp puhlfrItx'.'V "Id Uftl tK6A.Vi.ifte 'Children's Aflernoon Evening Afternoon on opening Students" Children- GREAT CQNCERTS ON THE von1 on tne lounu iiaycawin-vi-voii -rT i i i-xi masters-oi i. life erisemble eitecrof a-coriipany :of ;