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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fferaW .VOLUME XU. LKTHBFUOGE. ALUEnTA, Tl.T.SDAY, JL'I.V Racial Riots Rage In Imprisoned Hundred Thousand Each llace Engage in Bitter Street Fighting SOLDIERS ON SCENE CHICAGO. July vicious rice fighl broke out In tha Jail shortly o'clock. The whiles out-numbered the blicka 20 to 1, and the were aside ''when they tried lo stifle the trouble at its nlflit, Of tais number, }2 are and negroes. A h'judred ihousand negroes and mn number of while's fought fu ihe Hlrocls and alleys or cohered in j their homes tclillc uliots verc fired; [mounted policemen galloped along the boulevards, patrbl wagons dashtti (he streets prisoners and woubdod, while women and chil- dren arreaiueU us men fuugbi with cudgels, knives and llkta, the fit Sunday night with" llic sloning1 anil j ness. rifleii Ai Chicago Has To Jitney Or WalktoWork CHICAGO, July UIOLI- san-J street railwar employees wciit on strllie for bibber at. o'clock' this inorniuE, comiiJpiely lyinR up surface noJ clcvaicd .svdiems u_ ilu- cilv. J The1 companies made nu at tempi ruii cars, and workers dejicinje-l _. Elbam TKilways mid autos wbleh sinned vehicles lo Uieir. of L'.isi CHICAGO, 'July 29, Ons un- Identified negro was killed and two were woundod at Wa- bash and Adams streets, .th'e heart 'of Ihe downtown district, in riot- Ing which was renewed Ihls morn- ing. vhcal is sohl atf the end oil ihc season, the would ho ii> n posilion lo determine the n Virago price realised 611 .each nratlc. and this average, it is proiJosorl, Uc the prlccrto ivliich ihe far- luriiful ejahorale and I econoniir.' nfters. tlie Kcb.0 de 1'aris .stsitciVl6aay. the ncivspaijor I adds, h cotKlucliiif a chmpalgn lo cf- j feel irtry of for Foreign affairs, told j the UriiisQ of coniinons on Julv J Ihal the government believert Gcr- J many ivas- atlcmntlug to cslabHsli i trade relations sovieCllH5sia nntl Iliat n German JUJSHJDII haa visited Ilussla. or was nhout tb tlo atf. He 'he had no c.vact on-lhe IJKA.VUO.V, Man., July mor 'toe ciUHIctl. IQ tha nicac-1 lime, the board would be uulhoriJxil to make ndvnicca up to a rerlRlu Inrtivldua) fields iwinl. The ii is suggcslcil. of thp compass ihight have Turther power to vary Uie advances according lo mnrkci rust and ERiuptcs oC rust arc shaking the confidence of the farmers 'in llic Brandon dislrict In slrikc ihc fire been notiried that they will Jje back iipbii a da'ly wa'eo L'BsIs, this is uol a nl lie n (ic., .The eiplaius ilself; .AI1.1., July. 2i. Dear 5rr: informed lhat an crganiia- tion ineVlmg'uC the induslrlal com- miision appointed..-to-iuquire into the condition of1 the 'corvl mining induslry of Itiia.'nrorincG-has been called for the 'Jnui.iiisri, We'.'bDg Id inform you that District IS of the Mine.11 Workers will noi ue rcprcsenred oil "the commisslou. The follois'ittg reasons therefore: tho position you iiave IflXcn in cannectiou with Uie uresent strike tlirouEhoul tlie dislrict. in trying to induce: the fire.Jiosses fa resume l tox believe their oplimistir. belief Ibat the wheat average in Iliis tlislrict. will be be- ocated- In all uarls ai the hut you "arc al present and would be, ins chnlrman o[ the commtEsion, prein rticcd 'In favor ol Ihc coal compntnce While we liare pvcry reason''16 as- suino.'Jiavcbneii active w coniDRiijes. ,wc.havc yet lo hear of oiioj Instance ill 'which eitpresstd his apprecialion of southern Alberla and Vhe possi- btlUies here for the investment cf American capital. ''I was very glad lo consummate this bond issue of S5CO.OOO la the Noble said Mr. Favre yesterday to D reporter of the Her- ald. ''We have a great deal of faith in southern Alberta, rmd, with Ihe productive soil you have here, together with your natural average rainfall, as shown by gov- .ernmerit stalislict, you should have a great prosperity ahead of you. 1 look to see more fanners come into the country, more land be brought under diitivatton and more domestic livestock raised on the (arm. "The farms of the Noble Foun- were a revelatien to coritir.ued Mr. Favre- "1 have never seen anywhere such splen- did cultivation nor such an intel- ligent handling of land, animals and crops. The isloble Foundation carries on its business like B great departmental store, with an accurate accounting system, a cost system, and all modern de- vices lo stop leakage, in produc- tion. I was greatly .pleased. wilK the' loyalty and the high intelli- gence of the men who work" with Mr. Noble in this great enter- prise. THIS YEAR "In spite of ttie" short crop this year, I find thai the Noble Foun- dation will have -considerable grain on Us farms and lit' crop production should be at least this year. Of tliit 'amount, about half will- be 'winter, "rye, which has best stood the dry_ weather, and, which js'a-Very pr'o- filafatt'crop.'for, sort ef it will give, excellent .fall and -spring are slso cutting as well as sufficient oats and tt.i.x for seed, which Js good'for_; this year. This is attribute, and the 'reward of excellent I wish that many farmers'.'in .Ihe United and I presume that there are many in Alberta, could profit by a visit to' the Foundation farms and sec .the modern methods of agriculture employed- there." i. This' bond issue was submitted to Mr. Carstens by the wejl-known firm of Stoner it Edfl'eU. 'Limited, who" conduct a business of loans and insurance part of the traniaciion was han- dled by Hogg 4.'Jamieion, solici- tors, of Lclhbridge, and by T, Burcham, of Burchanvi Blflir, solicitors, oT Spokane.. The issue is for tep your department cenire show damage from rust in sonic insl'ancDR culliug Ilie yltld, estimate ,_ ._ for fielils from 25 bualicla jncii on slrihc or (heir families are lias made Inquiries as to vhetlicr thf One object In such a-board an arro lo only fficd.'- Thiajcven receiving "Jtlie'hare neccssilTfes of would bn lo in being ;ill organ1-' J'efer.s particularly lo lain whmt. A life. Jf >yc be the1 izMiahs hamllinp whcnt at Llic'prcs- fircat deal of tvlrcal will he ready refactions: ot, .yourself and your dcparl-i ent time and'put a ULD binder this wecic and this Is iin- mcnl generally .'.we tan1 only assunicl that Iht- fJrst nnd only duties Of your (leparlmejU are the protection or ihei live buying., A great difference of opinion has been expressed" at lire -conference? llie government And numerous ways and means of iirou-j have sugEcslfiil. 11 appears lo generally believed, however thiiU unl.cSs aomo such nclioir as creating t'uo proposed hoard la taken, llic tion for (ho r.hcal crop .will be serious, If by'speculation, il is ctnnlnisizetl, prices of CanRrtlan wheat are- niain- 1 higher than Iho Aiuiriean price, Die ivjll he Llic "virtual icloalni; for three iHontlis of. Ihc onc'iui inrvrkct tn CanacHan ivlical.; TB Buy and Sell OTTAWA, .July Citizen (o- riay da 01 age iK FRANCO SERBIAN ADVANCE BELA KUN'S FORCES LONDON, July iinderilandt in connection with allied Ip.Befa'KurT that 'have 'been made -.for a Franco Serbian ad- vance lo altack the right Dank of- the army of Bela Kun should the latter not comply with the iifiied Iprnis. HAILSTORM DEVASTATES 5ACKVILLE, N.B., COUNTRY vcrnincuL as n result of ron-1 fercnces j'eslenlay and "lortay at n! special siding of Uie cabinet council. Sir JlobcrL presiding, will likely em- powcV tho grain commission, lo do nil the buying anil Beijing of this season's wheat.nrop, giving the farmiira'n miu- Jmum price of ?J.7S n bushel lo start. "The receipts will lie pooled" nnrt tialanco Is realized over Iho mhiimum iiricn-wlll be handed over-to the fanaerp. In (his way speculation by nml dealers will be ob- rJalert." PREMIER STEWART TO CONFER MILLION DOLLARS LOSS Of WAGES MELBOURNE, July mtn, whore striki has1 crippled thlpping for several de- cided they would not re- eume Walth of the Seamen'1 Union should be released and'their ouier dfirrtflndj granted'. The estimated loss' !n 'wages Is HALIFAX, N. July ha (If term the country a round SackviDe, N. 10 mile) from hern, at 1.30 p.m. today. The atones, which were more than an Inch In diameter, shattered the windows, ruined crops, killed -poultry and even damaced wood work. A high wind preceded" Ihe rdofo were lor.n off. A ABOUT DROUTH SITUATION CALGARY, July Sttwart AlberVa is holding A conference here Wednenfay Mler- ndon with itoekmen, and farmers In rejpect to relief of conditions tsuced by tne drought Ir) southern Alberta, LAW HOT TO RETIRE. LONDON, July The Eve- ning -Standard dcelafM that the rumor_ Ihat" Bonar Law. Is tired of -.official and .if golnj 'Jo re- (Ire ifiortly .entirely, without deparlmejU. are the protection or inlcrcsts 'of .the companies opcr- this iirovjftcc, and basing ofir assmriplinn on 'ive must rcTiifC.. any- commission o[ which you .ore. a part thereof. (Spl.) P.-M, bhrislQphers. Prcs. Kdwrtrd Kec'y. J. T. inspector or -Mines, Alia., No Use for International, They Say July Issued Inslruciions To Grain is "For the Present" WINNIPEG, July' in wheat was ordered stepped by the councils of the grain "exchange a fcrf. mlnules after the opening of the marktt Ihls morning, It is understood that a wire was received by .President .An- derson from lhe George E. Foster, minister of commerce, late j Monday .night to. stop all trading In wheat futures for the present. A- meeting .will be1 held ;this rtiornrng and an official statement has Hon Waller Scott Taken Off a .Train on American Sjde Immigration OfTiccr MAHNOMEN. July At Pcmblna. N. D., CP route from Victoria, B. C., by way of Wrnnioeg to Detroit Lake, Minn., Hon. Walter Scott, ex- premier of Saskatchewan was peremptorily ordered from the Pacific Irain al 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon by Un- iled States Immigration Officer E. Russell and Kept locked up during three and a half hours un- til nearly 2 o'clock p.m. in a strongly barred cell, Mr, Scott alleges that he then liberated him- self .fay breaking through the plas- ttred wall into n hall, which led to 3 stairway Into a ground floor OfTics and thence it was simple'lo open a window and free- dom. A iagtred Jiole in the wall confirms said assertion. Officer Russell laler fouml ScolL in Ihc 'Northern te'lckraph oiTicc, lie shoulrt reslctl, wcnL odtr relnrncd (ogctli-. er. a man whom he said ivas AI onslalile, bul cJiansetl his mind ori.bc- nlg shown a draft of a telegram wlwjh Scoil was filing., flfldressed to Sir RobcrL'Barden, premier of Canada; re- garding llie iiicidcnL At 4 o'cloct. DaviuEon. of .Dav- Msoii and 'Mcllaft.-Winnipeg; mqtorcrt inta'Pcmliina, goinff soulb- Mr.'Davlrt-; aoii kiudly'otTcrefl l-his services, j .'Ho would Mr. Scotl-back to Winnj- pc'g. or -clsGwhcrQ. Scott QSpressed "wialr to go to (lie Soo Line'-cv'ehliig-train Offlccr'.Mnssell forbade rnis'rtbdl Gcolt iriust relurn lo PCK aiiJ' obtain u passpbrl. Scull's statement is (Q" the effect that Officer Russell became angry and orerlioan ing over the perfectly tnithfui answers which Scott made to thc'oniter's tions'liL Llie'oulseL; that lie told the ofTiccr lhat lie was a' lie lia'il-no.fixer! .residence-' during three ycara past and'llinlif he foUowctl it was farming.; OHicer Ilussell proCesseil to bclie.rc; lhat'thcse answers were not tmthful and in end as staled ordered'Si'Oll from'the train lain! loi'kcil him in-tliii- cell. untlerslood acre thai regnrdv less of Omcer riussfbll's threat lo have" him again arrested if lie atlcmplctMnc t iilo other llian reUirn lo Imarlc his Noyea and boardcil..- la" Soo Liiic train, presumably..fnrlJo-' Itroil. j Preinier Tlonlcn haa been.requested already lo make protest to Washincton aenlnst llic rinimerileil indignity lo Vhlcli former Premier Scott-wns- sub-. Jcct. No Word at pttiwa Jiily' IlohorL Donleu BO far" as known has'.not received any prqteat..from Waller or. Sasknl- chcivan, in regard to alleged which Mr. Scotl the harida of SU'tej irunilgration nUUiorl-; lies. H" is pointed out. however, that" Mr. ScoU's (elcpam Is probably now on Hie wires. is fl disinclination to dricuss the incident pending receipt of full dc-- tails. dent Christophers nor Secret? ry-Trcas-. urcr Ed. IJrownc. apyCiireil to lie the I sag I iierl'urbci -when asked what Kiey linil nloul the charter.o[ Dis- Iricl 13 Ueins revoked.' i "Oirr'dlslricl 5s renmrtetl llic I representatives (nlk ahoul reorgahizH-' lion they tifiVe samclliine on UiclrJ nhuo, will be-out Id flgM.iheru for all wo nrc chliipcd In Kecrft- lary Brown are not one liUlc hit scatVdY PrcElilcui.Christophers staled there had been a feeling. now Tor years against- International as at preEelit conRliluUd. H would uol only be for the miner.1! of this dig-. iricf, but those (hrouffhbut Canada' io cases ;havc hccn cringing the paddtp-thilr 'canoe. tlon of Police In reply 16 a '-question aa-jlo what slers would be.adopted (n face orthe stalcmenl of the international men noV'ln Cslgary; Vrcalderil -1 Cfirialo- "phers slaled lhat Ihc present polity eomm'Hfce certainly continue lo flCl.. READY FOR NEW OTTAWA, -Tuly gust It is expected. ;iiiatfiinery J be-Rot mnlioii for aiiotlier Dof !on loan 1p .lie enbscribcil .llila lunm. Fernie Hotel Proprietors Sentenced To Jail Terms (Kpc.-ial lo The was also'found Bnllll! as July cases of Hie ichargcil. hul sentence lias bean ilc- of (he hotels Abac ulltil lhe 4lh, case aeainst IHitKtl, of llie .NorllleriC j t aboii( the pres- ident' and vtm are to', go to (ha ills- trfcl any. timo -for rc-clrctlon.1' enM llic ''vviHirp. nui nlrnW, and if Iho'frofat cbinos to' tho worst, can for several days, were disposed of to- day. U'llilam of Ihe, King's hOLel, found as charged and sentenced moiittig.ln jail. Dragon. IW same offentt, vraa nlao lo'und anil re- ceived thn same scrtlencc. Mrs wife of Ih6 Ter- llie nic botel. rfaa IcL go, oivfne'to llie fnct (hal linen' found guilty and scnlencfcd inonlhs lie taken up on These capes all arc rcsiills c'asBS igainsl barlendOTB -A'ho fouuJ of selling lltruor contrary- lo the slaHitc rpKiilating; the fltnipr traffic, ft'ntl who i: A. -Macneli] rtnd- Sherwood llci'ckj.; mer are In'aH these caiefc; and appeals wilt be-IsJrftn )ft 'case. Chief Inspector Owen cpi ohrlucled I guttly and scnlencfcd si.x mcmlhs for llic .cpmlilncil-leBftt.ablttljr Of the was charged, -etio.'being n rctitllTiE In Ino Moscd, were' haUlog ;