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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 30. 1919 Fine Dry Land Grasses A Fair Despite tlie Dry Conditions Many-Fine Exhibits of Grasses, and Vegetables Were To Be Dis- play of Livestock and Poultry. (Herald Statf HcprcBfnlallre.) TA1IHR. July requlfed conic rouragj lo hold a talr with lno conditions nl prcseul prevailing, bul. nothing daunled. ihe directors ot the Taber Agricultural Sociely weni out I'u arrange lo hold one. It courage merits success, llicn Ihc Taber Agri: j ]lorse5 cullural Society nol ou'.y own. winning four lints wllh. his 1-cg- norm. The'judBlnc. was douc by Mr of, L Livestock Tho'cattle o'n sbow wero ot much mer'l as sbtnvn b" some line llere- ihlbiled Mr. Judaon. The ran lo !OQ In number, wilh .........JalCT in quality. Tlie judging ol lliesc has not Tel uteu. coiupleied. 1ml met with the EMIC. The men be- hind the euns weiu I'resideiit Por- icous, Directors Il'.pllng'.T. Dlcfcsou, Toltou and Secrelury nlount. They were laced wilh more dllficullies than drouth, conditions; lliey hart not only to make arrangement lor holding the fair, bul had aim lo prepare the j ground for Ihc same. There was a big lask ahead ol '.hem In liavlug 10 make llic'nowagmullural grounds on 1 tho north side ot :uc lailway ready for Uie lalrjwlilch was lo inaugurate the now location. I days were all tlie.teol llic directors lisd lo gel ready, and 1 this was a very short lime consider- ing all Hist had to U meant bullalng a grandstand.1 gel- ling Ihe race track In order, and mov- ing Ilic buildings from the old ground 0 tie new one. This Coal Operators'Association, in the been done and well done In Ihc lime. course of an .ddrKi al, the Rotary Tho buildings for hold'ng .Ihc farm CliiVs metlma Tuesday, express- eihiblts were In place, llic stables ed the opinion that the ror.lllo liorsci! installed, the new piles would be rolling I erected, and llie Irack p'.it the mines In District 18 Inside ol todays or two weeks. He said that the strike was no fault ol the operators. director lias issued an order which the men had refused to accept, prefer- ring to go 'on strike two months ago.1 It was presumed that the dis- trict would be reorganized, under international auspices and that the mines would-soon be running as union mines, the O.B. officials of the power they had exercised MOTHER TAKES LIFE ALONG WITH SEVEN LITTLE CHILDREN NF.LSONV1LL1'., Oliiu, July hours before litillioriiii'S were lo remove' llicin lo llic Allicns cuuitly home yesterday, seven chil- tlrcif, musing in ajje I'roiu six weeks lo 10 years were found llicir mollicr, Mis. Tony SI. Xaviser, burned. lu ilcalli or itspliyxiatcil in Ilieir hunir ill Kinibi'i-loy, a small miniivj lown lu-ar'liere. Tlio eliiklren were lied lo Ihcii1 focils and coal oil had been sprinkled liver Hie room. 11 is supposed thai worry over llie'seJiTir.v" lion caused llic mollicr" to tlc- slrov lici'seir and Ihc eliiklren. Government Settles on Board To Buy and Sell Canadian Wheat No Speculation or Profiteering CALGARY, July Me- Neill, secretary of. the-Western Twenty-Seven Deaths Chronic- Workmen Senl Home lo Avoid Trouble iu order Cor-running. Tlic----- is built lo hold 750 people, ami ihc Irack Is considered or.c of Iho besl outside Caisary and Kdmoulon. Fair Beyond Expectations 1! it was a "Hard Times" fair lhal j Tvas expected, visitors to. Ihe Taber j >Vr 'which -opened 'mi Monday were nereeably dlsappoinlcd. Thtrc some very-pleasing specimens o. i wlical, oals, barley, rye and flax. They, were nolliing paillcularly outstanding -under ordinary, circumstances. 1ml KurprlElng1 under' The grasses on'view jvero Ihp. sur-1 prise in Iho-farm pihlbils. Theitlra- olhy. blue- Joint, altaifa, hromc, red and yellow clover lirought-in from the I hy l.osey znd. law' inigliCwIth Ilia appearance.Ihpy pro lijvc becn'grown under Irvi-V were dry lancl, pro-. ducts." Exhibits ihiaddltloii tno laud'there'.were some line j "specimens ot women's Wrk In Curne Soviet Government in Hungary NEGRO'S 'HOME HUUN'KD C'JIICAGO, July between whiles atii blacks coullnueil lonE alfer mldnleut and several casuallies '-.verc added to Ihe list of 27 dead and hundreds of wounded. A negro resl- Idenc'c at BL anil was ihurneil by whiles, bill the occuuanl! I escape''.- The Dili and 10th Iteei-1 mints o( Illinois troops were reported on the ivsy to Chicago lu tncreass Ihe I arallahle soldiers lo more .Iban.7.000.1 bul none had taken up patrol duly. J the officers reluslnc; to doleal and ask mllllary aid. Nearly 1 600 iiep-o eTayiny" ol the clly' were laid oH by.olficial order owing 'to llie riols. Jlany of llie num- ber were employed in street repair Mil He Withdrawn anil New Government Formed work.' Hy olfic'al order, nine munl- Sail Foi way ot palcrm-ork nuiita, cmbroidtted j ciiihious, etc., showing very dil'gent. p.A.Vlinn and article workmanship. A Inrgel For Reception counter, extending iiretly well along the length, of. Hie building, showed features ot the cibiblls. Ions delay departure tor Can "crops siicu as turnips, carroUj ada ol Sir Arlhur.Currie, commander or nl8 Canadian forces, "has passed and heels, iver'e on view together will marrows fmd'dairr rjroducls. Poultry Show __, v Tiic poultry exhibit waa o( a hlgh- ly superior kind, containing such licna as liiose-.of ot Corn- wall Ontario, and iXVllkinspn and Son, of Edmonton. -Here, liowever.i -Mr. JIcKellar, a local exiiiultor, held his ZURICH, July allies are' said lo have demanded the 'conditional resignation of_ Ihe Budapest soviet government, in replying lo the nenoliallons lor the soviet wilhdrawal opened by Beta Kim, thr. communist leader, jccording lo a rumor current In Vienna... BUCHAREST, July of- fensive of the Hungarian soviet 'government troops along the Thelss river been completely broken up and Ihc initiative has paised lo the Rumanians, it announced here loitey. 1 BADLY SHAKEN.UP Ian Qovernment is. badly 'shaken- by the defeat of the Red army, ac-_ cording-to'advices irom Vienna. As a consequence Ihc opening pourparlers has been requested by the allies for the voluntary with-- drawal of .the soviet government the formation of a new .gov- ernment. Col. Cunningham, rep- resenting the allies, has forward- "Ved the proposal'to Paris. clpa! playfirounds in or r.djaccut Lo the racial" wnr zone were closed. N'oL nlore Ihan I cenl. ot tht negro clerks Inspector and, janilors cin- al Ihe cily hall reported for nork anil Ihe erealer number of those who 'did appear were told lo co home and slay Ihere unlil lurlher notice. At llie earbage rcducins lilanl only the whiles, about qnO'tourlL of the usual force, ay'peare'd lor work. Al Ihc city's asp'nalt-planl there was ail cn- lire absence of men. all llic employees being nefTOES. All the cily work in the secondhand third wards, parts of J each being in- trie "black has been fusBciitied.'-'7 Xegro chauffeurs, clerks-and ciitlers at, the. post office were assured flle-'fullfal protection by PoHmaster Carlisle, under whose hundred ne- groes "Tba goyernraent will nol sub- mil lo a'nrinlcrference.with Ibe hand ling or d Etribiillon nl IhQ lOSliiiaslcr saiil.-.'r.Our employees nave j STRAIGHT TIP TO GET HID OK UNION GO.VT. iiY.TO'RONTO TOU1ES TORONTO, July (Iiiveniint-nl was Ilirown ov- erboard, bay and foafigagc, one dissenting voice at a specially convened mc.'l- jns of llic executive of Hie r.enlral Conservative Associa- tion, in Victoria. Hall. 1" (Iuc course Sir Robcrl UordQn is to receive a copy of u resolu- tion, passed imanimously, stilling- llial-llic Uhcral-Con- scrvaltves'of Toronto favor a "slraiyli't parly lickct, arid tlml Ilieyare oiit lo siippoi'l caudi- ilalcs wlio will uphold Hi iialional 1'olic.y as cmmciulei by Sir Jobn A. Macdonald. Ottawa Finally Determined on Policy lo Be Followed m Handling This Year's of Members of Board Not Yet for Export Handled, Olticial Statement. OTTAWA. July govern- Ibis afternoon finally dalermm- ed itfi police in conneclion wllh this years wheat crop. The main lealures ol Ihe plan are: 1. A board to'buy and market the crri) or 1019. 2. A cash payment on account to he muds to '.he farmer al the lime he ;ells Ms 'rtieal. 3. Tlie wheat crop ot CandJa lo be sold by Ihe board al Hie prevailiiiB Inlcrnalional nl Went on Important Mission For The British .y Dangerous Trip OTTAWA; July two Can- adian airmen'broke the llylne record related- in Tales and T.icui. James Vance, o[ To- The Mclaeanij. .which w brink Gen._Curric .lo n lieclccl lo-mlMrom'Wvorpooli 1ml i there is R delay In the departure o the vessel. It lie Tor more thai a day or two. Major-Gen, Mcwbum, minslci- o niilitirr, ivho returned to the iMinlal today, will keep in louch wllli all ar- iranBemcnts for the rcccpllon of Gen. Currie in Canada. Al Montreal, plans- are already for a'raililary and civic reception. ,'It is not known whal Sir Arthur's -immediate move- ments will be, hul l{ he cornea direct- ly lo Ihe capital" il'is expected lhal Ihcrc will be.a (firnllar rcccpllon liere In Which Iho feovernmenl. will joln.- WHh Ihe reaumplloii. .of. taillnzs from Liverpool, on.cttorl will be made cltTBymen. __ State Attorney Iloync announced tlial the AiiElisl grand jury will inves- tigate the race riots lo fa rcsponFlhility lor Ihe o'nlbreaks. Dickson, rider a tour ot the'danger zone ear- ly today, reported the situation mucli improved compared with yesterday, lie.said Ihe raoal serious c.onsiuera- Taber Had a Local Downpour Yesterday and Honefillbd'b'y General Rain IJiir- ing ll'.c Night A heavy thunderstorm broke over Taber al alioul coven o'clirK ev- o "gain work 61 de'mob Tlliill'lX ;July Karl llelf- ferlch, tlio former vice-chancellor anTit is'exp'eeted by Iho nounccd loday havmg tailed lo 11 i l boaViosil Malhias Krlbcrgtr lo sue him. die ol August he will, enter suit against EfrtcrBC.rj rclurnlns "to proro hfni 'aVliar and Iraiior auditor Gmada. have 16 bring the truth lo Hsty." A Berlin dispatch .under dale ol Julvij reported thal'Dr." .Holflerioai Trliing in llib Kreuzo Hcitung, blam- ed the rtlChsiag-B peace Vograin ot t ri BELGIAN COMMITTEE July 1917, fartiercd ny Erzberger the -rnomli cclb-pse of iicoplc. .hr'. Hclfftrich charged thai Erzberger had Staged a parliamentary revolullon without infornilnB tnc eov- trnrrjcnl and sjdcd lhal Krzbergcrs acllon wai urWjrlakcn it the -lloii 'of Count Auslro Iluiigarlan'forclBn minister. _ j V RATIFIES TREATY HflUSSEI-3, forelxn affair 'July committee V lOrElftll dllolln. w. Ibe Belgian chamber of depu- llej favorably f' upon the ot lh'6 ratlC- .4 cation of thc'reXc6 Irealy .wllh Oerminy. ,__ n ff ff f. f- ening. There was a hcnvy fall of rain accompanied Ijy hail which lasted for Italian hour. The rain quite a deluge and from Taber it extended 16 within four miles of IMirplc Spriuss; The doTrniionr appears lo have been locEl wllh Ihe tail eurt'ct it a porlion oulaide Coaidalc. Tbo road belween Taber and -Purple Springs was a reglac quagmire being noodcil in many places. Tarls of the'storm that was-brew- came down al Taber about o'clock and a ihorl sleady way drizile which let up. nller about half an hour to malic -tor Ito'li confronting Ihe polico is slockyards districl. Passed llie Crisis CHICAGO. outbreaks had been tho sporadic fights were few. and mostly lielwccn individuals and in only one tiislan'cc .were police compelled lo shoot. In lhat case a negro was killed while 'rdsisllns .search by hvo palrol- iicn." Governor Ixjwdcn and oincr slalo and clly otticials were plainly encour- aged by Ihc diminiEJlns evidence of mob spirit. Although practically ronto underlook tbc trip Hritlsli government on a tew holira notice. Their mlasloii was one ot great nr- cency hv reason ot condi- tions in'the Near East and time was of utmosl ihiportcncc-hence llic use of the airplane. They lett Londorf on tho evening: of. Juuc, 21 and readied Cairo shortly afler dart on llie even- ol June having broken the essliliE London-Cairo record by hours. They sppnl two 'of Ihe five ILUH., au nine for llie miles was Just threo .lavs. They averaged from" 214 lo hours sleep nUiislil "nd one liol mea. a dav and iverc ereally fatigued al tliu end of Ihe journey. Alter their arrival aufl safe" delivefy ol their two distin- guished passengers, they were tend- cago lo Confer on Serious CHICAGO, July D. Ma- hon, mlernatlohal 'president of the street car employees' union, upon his arrival in Chicago'today took personal charge'of the surface line and elevated do everything In to settle the dispute without'delay-- He came from'hls !home: In De- troit in answer summons from the' officials cf the- local union.-... J His Jo send a letter 10 the enecutlvs of the. local unions', con- ference at 2Vclock. He..declined .to discuss the' situation j ,yntil afler he had oblaiped this informa- tion. It is believed that he will the union to'take" a.referen- dum vote on the comprorrdBe' of- fer of the transporlition lines granting a maximum scale of .65 cents an hour to Ihe employees of surface lints and 67 cents lo the elevated road men, wllh an eighl- hour'day and time and a .half for overtime. At 4 o'clock this afternoon Presi- dent Manor) will confer wilh Gov- ernor Mayor.'Thompson and officials' of car lines. July Chicago found hope of relief In llio anr.ouncemenl today. tlrV.heada of the surface and oleyats'v'iiiM's union ered n by- Brit-.-Gen. Salmon-! ere n and cornpliroerilcd by Gen. Allenby. .I.lcut. Vales ivrltes: Wo oolh Uiougbt il was over sev moo spirii. mi militia man in the slate was. cither crai limes. ol the rotilc Is "'llie cUv or en route it. was indlcat- Lver which' Is inountalnou Jd they "probablv will ,not bo call- rishl to the water's cJge and a torceil active duty in llie slrecls. landlnK, means, a o.crUIn we believe that Iho, nno'.three forced lanrtlnss, wilh petrol crisis." Governor I-owden- salil. "Of (rouble, anil, as.luck would have II. QC Innir i m'v IrlrV aL IhG wheel OH C3.CC1 the big downfall lalcr. With the big there was a wind blowing which bodily ovorlnrneil Die slablin? "Ih'at" fiad been hastily erected'in Iho (3lr grounds, leaving the. horses slimline in .Ihe open. -No damage was done. This morning, about 4 a.m.'.rain course, Ihe troons ivill remain as Ions there is a possibility of .danger their services ,arc at "Ihe com- mand ot (he cily amhprllles." With the .lull In the rioting the police look slock. They checked tho coroner's death list of and said Ih'at it was complete. They also found 'lhalilho Jlsl ot injured Ihcitf had. Increased lo 325. Irrigation Sentim In District Around iMacleod Our Oivn MACNEOD, July Ai-iiio liorne Echool rhonsc, aomo (Ivc nlilos .north Monday, n trs met the frinn- h-y prorosl- lion, bul Ihey remembered lo be aiire of 'a crop every year, It- was neces- sary to have Irrfeallon. anil lo ha.i'.cu Irr'fBallon, a general discussion ct.lhe question took place. II. Mclnlosti wa.5 elceled (o the. chair, anrl as visitors Iron Olhcr districts were present. i they were called on for Ihslr l; t "oir-iWs great; aubjccl. No iletlnlle H, word had meelvcd trom Mr when Iho preliminary survey wouM- ucghu.hul Indirect nowe has received some present trcn llic south .that on or nboill Allgnsi HI party of engineers wouM ho 'on Ihc sroiluil lo Ipfglii tlir. work afl.or .covering the., ground for be ssnlfi JlRCle-od dllcli, the llorne district work wbilld' and (his mceling was of Ihc 6pinlon lhat It was line for everyone-lo .get misj.'Vind orward of.Irrigation. Nellher feed or.'grajn In. tile-.district this year, and the price we hava.palirinr 'ced In ihe past five months, and wil pay Ifl Ihe'coming nl moat pay for Iho ditch. We will slam shoulder lo oitr boys did In. Prance, arirl wo Irriga lion. what 11 may. Everyone wa In'furor ol and will work fcr II. Anolhfr mecllhg was .held al Or Ion Tuesday the rrsults. l.leuL Arcliie Camfihell. son of 1 .1. Campbell, nrritcd lio'infMoiidny. 11 in' H inclnber' of'iho (lying corps, arj the boys -bn Collie, t was "my trick al Ihe .wheel on each occasion. The firsl, which aged me at least Iwo years, happened lust attcf we entered Ihe Gult ot Corinlhc. There were mountains on ana Ihe gulf on ihe fourth, I managed tbe bed of a mouo- lain :torrent'and actually got away with hblhlnK worse Ihan a broken tall skid. I Ilianked nlylncky stars thal'l planned a of Ihe en tire union membership' to delefmlne slrlke volo' liikeu nt last Monday's locclinB .sliould ,be suslnln- ed. The union mcml.iersli'p Is 15..500', Ihe alltndancc al flic meeting where the slrlke, vote passed 'over prolest of the leaders was It was said lhal aiiolher 'H hours may pasS be- lore Ihe referendum vote can bo-com- pleted. s Meanwhile, tlic tie-up on second day'ot Ihc alrikc, was as com- plete as on yesterday, the firsl rtay o' Ibe walkout. Officials b_f the com- pany said no efforl would be made to run cars willr llie aid ol slrike-'ure'ak- world [irice? and llie surplus pro- ceeds, ofier expenses arc dedac'.ed, lo be distributed to'the original sellers of the .-.vhral In nrotiorllon. to grade and