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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLVJUE Xtl. ALBEHTA. TLU'NSDAY. JULY 31. 19L9 NL'MIJEFV 191 In and Km- pire Performed Wonderful-' Develop- merit LONDON, July -L. C- Akoery, 'undersecretary for the rolonlei, sjieaVlnj on the toton'.al of- fice's catlmates In the houte ot com- tnoui, >mphailied ifie Immensity ol the TVRT time pilrlotlu efforts of fci low overMai. Uy might be hr noting the sum total Of military efforts in the field berore arm- iRlIce day, either ineBEurlnfi by the number'or lives num- bers of' Iho enemy killed or raptured of the lotal number of hours scent in the trencher Canada and Australia Individually 'contributed greater TO Hi- lary effort Ibsn Ihe United SJHles with a over people, Moreover, the efforts- of the crown colonicr tar greater llian Is us lirliv In every part or liic EmpireI ihc whites coiitribnted hg.hlghL a quota as any. comiiiunUy In the J worliV. Over- two thirds or HID males ol East Africa and also also Look" the fteldi Combatant, native troops were" ot considerable number, continued Col, atirt' llioir fighting value '-vui-i West Africa forces. King's African, nines atiJ the.WcEl Inrfies regiment foi.illej KQ.flofr batanU and.nrer half rf niHticn car-i rlers 'and'ollier'auxiliaries were rajs-- cd ID Afric'aV'-Voluiiles. Moreover, ri.iMre chiefs' to-the humbloal 'folk everywhere girls' toward, the Tied furifls. Snipers Fired on Soldiers Blacks, Whites Still Fight "I HATE ALL WHS CHICAGO, July thous- and trocpt on duty with and In the moil pop- ulated negro of. Chicago and c light Fill of. rain not topped fighting bttwem and long after midnight, Isolated groupi ihootlng, -blng and looting In place! which the mlmtry had unable to reach. The dialh Hit remained JO, none faslng reported killed night. Several-hundred have Injured during the four nig Mi of Holing dozen of IhMe may' die. J Adjutant-General Dlckibn on re- tisrrlng from placing of troops reported thit had fired on a company. of. loldltrs on the way to Englewoodi No .one war Injured. The general reported thai after the Lrcopi had taken their Ftatlont quiet had prevailed in the patrolled area. Hqd Beneficial Effect CHICAGO. July 31. Chicago Vfts coiupRratlvp.y calm today fov firsi time since ami imbHo ofliciais Hpressed iho b'eHoi that (he use of flve regiments or siaic uoojis hits eT- lYtlualiy quelled tiie ract resulted in SQsdtalh3 ami ilic injury ot mofc than.l.UGi) iiersous. -State mlliiia arc jKiirullLng liif gcr distrltls on the souih siilr. Tlie-ir appearance on ilic ElrccLs has had ihe eflccl suiiptessing violeu'i anccat TLcy were aidcj intlicir work by o ratn ivhicli keyt f rcwds I rrom gatlicrhiK in tliR A doz-1 arjests made ol ivJiiies an) I iiegrocs chartjert rarryins conceal-1 cu" weaporis a'ltl tlicrc irerc E KOCH LONDON, 31 -Marshal Koch, EUbnuiUDg lo phoiographeii al bis holcl In. LaiuluM said to.a reporter el On? Mirror: "For mo tha-lerrorA n[ peactj. ivorsc lhan of war. 1 dale all ilua Major-General M'erRznd. Tivbo is accompany. 115 Marshal Vovh. said it was up to Great lUitain JQ de'-idn what should faff done uiih ihc for- German empertir. "Jlp is oov- creJ wiili aliaiue and ignominy anO bran Jed as a.t'OTvard.'' ihe iaid. "The Freud) neoyle think liii.5 is iMinishi.ieut.1' Dewart's sporadic bcnvecri while men and! negroea, but no utob jillacks wore re-' Premier Hearst AlUKCS LOAN COMPANIES WILf, IJB EASY WITH GOOD 1'AKMEK ported. Leader's Charge Look llldic- Connivance In a coiircrence Premier Stew- art and intinters of the provimh'al gOTemineut at Calgary, representa- tives ot loan cumnauics. stated; la it thing the companies winted-to do to put a man, tntehtions are right, off his To keep the farmers on Ihe" farms it Ihe only way the situa- tion can be worked out." They do all ihey could '.o I help NIC farmers al Iftls critical period. Encouraged by Prize Offered by Vancouver World, .Calgary "Herald" aud CapL. Hoy Will Al- Ql-BENSTOX.'OnU July this liJ.sluric" ground of Qucenstoti. Sir i William premier of Onlariov! anrt leader of the Conservative-party, yesterday accfpleri tlie gage of liartle laul dcivn uyVIIarllcy Depart. HCM ]y- jelccleJ" leader pff ihe orals', and "defined Die IFELIC ilut will divide the province in (lie coming gen- eral election. The premier at Ihc mutual tlic 4th Ward Liberal-Con- servative-Association and received a -Mr. charge ttiatxSir anil _ I picnic iVi T r> J n i l 'frQd "connived" with Hotrcll lempt to Make trip rrom Vancouver to Ualgary, by pir. Arondfoorio neiivcp the ui Way ohLethbridgc, in Eighteen Hours. J "There is iiQl a. scintilla ot tmlh in jliis charees-oC IY1AIL A Jaiirt intrigue jhc1 MAY' BE ESTABLISHED 1 colonies' substantially" r.on- ol: Liic "n'ar-from de'cfartirt' t'ol.' Xnicry, Ing Jisblllty larger than'pnidcncc' -loucfl-; 'this rc-rtcvel v in Hie eol- feet j- cons! dct'cd. V. '.Policy Co! thai recon- more Llinn roslora- tion lo conditions. There! "musl be established n ,nciv uncl more positive standard In their duly to- ward the; peoples- to which, parliament' is rcspansioie" as a trualcc. Their .lionnrtlesfe poseibilitles urgently.callcrf lor devalopuienl in tlic of their own inliahiUnts and Col. Aniery.declareif lhal British col- onial admlnlslra lion.. was (he best in Iho world before. Ihc ivar ?nfl slaled vnn'soms lo tje ereaL- improved as regards fifs lo OrcaL iiit To- this, lie sai.l... the. colonial oFTice.ser- bu' jLiroughl lo the highest Bla'lV of 'oflictcnci'- nalhvari ;ri tho crown, colonies-must bs Enifl Cof. Smery, in Uominioji? Iherc U-CTC 13 mi.lc3.or nir'lhbusahd' sijuaro miles; In the colonies only J.S miles. was a jirtma facie case for a rery railway conalriiction.- concluding' Col. Amery drew al- lenllon to .the .remarkable, conallluU lonal derelonmenU In. relations wilh the A fact which mosl Impresaid the v, as thai Ihft pcJce 'conference equil- Ity. of the 'D'oinVn Ions' with (ho Mother RRsocfaubnfl nad been recognlE- eri. ngl Great Britain; but also by; olher lip was Con- plficert'thlJ Toiilfl go In In cltcclirely fpf ever moifi Imperial urillyl''-''' J J CABINET RESIGNS VJCNWA, July Th2 Aui- Irlftn cibfnat 'haaded Dr. Karl Rtnnsr, has decided to resign. (Special io The Herald) ized by Ihe Vancouver World and the Aerial League of Canada; act- hifl in atterfpt fly .'the wl'i be made next Monday by Gift. E.'.C. Hoy, D.F.C., vyho'lefyjng thii'cily early befofe dark the same'iVnning." Cept, Hoy will fly .atone In, or- der he may carry.- enouflh. gasoline -to eee 'hit ma china thcr toh'a the mountains which'must, be aeeon- (Sdshed without recourse 16 sup- ply being Leaving at Capt.-Hoy will rnakt: 4 npnitop, (light to Ver- non, repleniih hfajanki and pro- ceed via Forki Cran- brook and from Cranbrook-to Leth- bridge and eh to Calgary. He will use j brand one of Ihe Canadinn trainm'g plane type, the gift Of the "Er'jcipn -Aeroplane Co., Ltd., .had been Haitstprm Drdivtied the ffires (SpeclaHo'.The .NATAL, B. Ju'Jy'- men have great th: thtt'dlitrlct for some time arcUnd Spar- vvood and Elk "and been unable to. make much pro- greiii ovyjrifl to dry; wtridy.wealhtr. by a terrtftc hifl which '4.30' p.m. and lasted abouf half hour. The about thrce'quartcri of an IrrtrV in dlam- eter, and mirth.dartfage he nDblisned; hut in J ;KEEP SCHOOLS OPEN ronic way ur-olncr It .wa? w'Thout" iry- knowledge 'or.consenl. I 'II.: is on., wlilch Smun' tn'ght .be 3afd( as.I.ani to in a, ehbrt'-llniG, J can not enler; r '.'You a7e naturnllr. aware that-your ihc lieir recogiiilion n fieo. I'. ol etluciilioii, an- s on iiuniedlniely unKeV the supervision of Ihc tleputylminister of education. T. Itoss, eaaistcrt. hy the chief of schools ,lav- nn ,'h-B the "Tlie fioveniinenl anrt rtic capital isls who own the government, when ever the workers demand their rljthtj they call them Bolsheviks. Thej know that Hussyi succeeded' In.tlolnj in months what we .have not beet ahlc lo do in the last 15 years. Thej knoiv everybody has lo get down U work ill Ilussin. Tlicy (ear the post" Conlioueckon Page Ten. v Monarch Anxious Wants .Iletlcr.Housing Condit- and- lies For July 'MaJesfV- KhiR George nmde 'nnolher noikbjc aneech yesterday in replying gratiilritlonR from a Joint rteputatfqr. of the London county council arfc non-confonnis( ministers at Hucklng- liani Palace.- -Tiie 1C Ing-said: "Tlic awakened ronsrionsriesa 9! the nation demands new development? anil., tire removal ol-many, anrt'grUu delects In OUT social system. I ani'coh; flrtent in at our free and repre.setitallvQ. local Inslitiitions will be to, task. "Let .me. recall In you some things (haL arc iny thotighis, housing-, ,1 hnvc. already spo.lieii' I iiee'l repeat my earnest desire ,lliM nothing" will he left'undone lo'nioef the needs ot the nionicnt nnd to renlize thoac hctter- hleala for Ilin-liume-'lifc ot our whtch cau alone" make, possible a real "improvement m .cou: diJIong. Great the needs an'ff: great llie cpporhiniiy.. i am vlriccd also that jiDlhlng Is more CR- Bentifil lo national prosperity aril happiness lliari '.The 'pb-" tcnUalliics, mental and llual.'ot every coinniUnily shouUl. b'd developed ,to A true" education would embrace .-all these, urould cufclTRie lliem all In pnlportlon and" would'-trans form .001 national Hie jn-n, ecnerallon. ?'x "The care'of Lhfc-.ireflk and less, ilia protection o( ihe guardianship antl --tramliig pi those who by InlirmiLy ol borty mini] are unfilled'lo'cngago', hi the, daily strugglo of are matters very near to a i roriuer sco rjansnla hi 11 T41arf Iraguo'of waa..thc rcjoim 4' TOKIO, uly declare once more with-a clean coniclence that Japan never, acted al' tempted to break her plionted faith to Itcr alllei and< asiocialea In the war.'i t 1, This made today by Vllcounl Vasuya U.chlda, the foreign mlnliter, to the" Kokuiaal News Agency with regard to re- port? that Japan" .and Germany had entered IntA secret for arr alliance during" the REMEDY IS IK FFtOM THE UNITED STATES NtfONY July aO.--Questlonecr (n jlho house of'commons.laat nighl Corf- rfripria.ciadon'In the io' between QrcnL Britain and the (Jhlted Ships, Stanley Balrt- whi j lor lord of ihe l-yasiiry, 4 aid jrorernmcnl .could lllll.c lo I rectify the miiucr oscepl by Ihe-ex- horrow'iiR large fiiins This llis'govern- nicul waa nnl iirppiifcil to do, he said, hcrftiias only n v been- most severely injured '-by ilroughl, -A'very careful Jnqulrj [luring .next (civ weeks anrt 'ilelalled Inforrnal'ion will be laid, before Ihc department. A illsciissICn will Iheii as T'lctre Lcuolr, Kho afso was scni- (o jrfcath on .a charge of Irart- injf 'the iHll asslrfl JI.p in Ihe Call-' "If Ihe commute ,of Ihe high iriiiri: artsjils Ihe fcontluslons. In Ihc repoVt. BRITAIN SENDS NA.VAU 'iKORCB TO ARCHANOEI; LONDON, July. Brit- lih. government !G arranglna to a to. the the Arch-, aniel djilrict Ine troopj Ihert, ft-.was announced A of the refular army '-ifdffi In readi- -neii'.to cuM thern if x i O OH'U. S-.rtElVlEP, TJjttKS'AND TARTARS '''MENACE ARMENIA _ .PARIS, '.'July' and Tartars are.'moving up on ths A'r. .rropi'three They; United Stated .threjten all the, remaining Armenians with eKter- rnination.'unlets additional rrlill- prqtectfon" ntforded, accord-, tnfl-to1 from Major Jos- eph Cincinnati, who Is 'directing thc'Unittd States re- lief work from Tiflli. j DEMOBILIZATION INTERFERED WITH CANADA'S PART IN eiGxLONDQN CELEBRATION' O.TTAW'Ai 'is oHlcIalll stated (hnt'uit account ot'lhe Out Their Tongues, rARl9r Judge adf- vor.alp altacKirf to In-' Incident cd'wilh fAom there no fl hai been ettAtllHdd Iha German's aroused the cf. by ttietr tonguei at the ihouting and Ihe .charges that strfneVWere thrown rest the uneupporUd teitimany.'flf Or.'_ German Rnjtnclai delegaie; te tFis peace conference, and frau Greta Dorlblus, ,dnt secretarial .A dlipatch from on Juris.'' said that Ffdu Darlblui hid been struck on the heid "r stints the oqilration kflaJnit the j ,on Vthelf Iron rf ;