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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -------------U-----------------ri----------- HIIDAY. JCXK 27. taiu ___________ SIGNING CEREMONY NOW WFOR3 O'CLOCK SATURDAY an TiJiftii Ireland a Dominion rCDMAM TO Vl riUTfflj1 win puns Ireland a Dominion GERMAN SIGNERS SPEEDING TO With Shaughnessy Gov. FQR p1NAL ACT ]fl 111 Crown Prince Still in Holland Hu( Kaiser Gets Heady To Go MUCH TALK AilOUT COUNTER i TUB HAGUE. June Frederick William Hohenzollcrn, the. former Rcr man crown prince, whoso escape from Holland lo Germany has beep report- ed r was sllll ill bis residence, on (Do laland of WlerlnEon. In the Zuydcr 7.tc Ihis morning, It was officially an- noaortd hero Ihis atlcrnoon. Ex.Kalser Plana to Go Back irfillUN, Jane 20. (Associated Pros former Emperor William Is vlanniug lo speedily return to Ucr- i many before Ihe entente can demand his surrender from Holland, accord- lug to a Stulljart dispatch to the] Herilnor ZeltuuG. The nispalch slstca -Ibat tlio Dutch government "thoroughly approves of Ills return, JE the former omperor is an come juesl ao'u-hls presence In fund is .Increasing Ihis problem be- fore that country." Couftler-RevolutTon Brewing IJEHNB, June The general sit- uation In Germany Is becoming Etead- ilv more serious, according to the cst nispalchei- The railroad slrlkc. it it reported, ia about lo eitein) tbromnout the vhole country. Spar- lacina do-not coaceal tnalj bas come, In Tlair 'oj, Ine tranipirtationi strike, anil the Vponr food supply. Spiac reports slate, lliat lamina appears- imminent. On Ibe oilier, it -Is slaled, a counter- MONTREAL, June liave nol been advised lo lliat tlic only siatcincnl made liy Lord SliauKlinessy, cliairnian of Ilic 1'nc- illc Hailwuy, wlicn shown Ilic slutc-mennlinl Ireland wns to be created a-dominion within Ilie next si.x months, ami llml lie vvus In lit appointed govcrnor-gcticr- f His Lordship is nl prcscal ill and confined lo liis'homc liere. The report grew onl (if a Paris cable; published hi a New York paper. WORLD'S GREAT WAR DRAMA; GEN. HOFFMAN IS DISMISSED; DECLARES AGAINST THE TREATY June (AsE-icia1.- cil llotfinanu. was ft prime, mover in Ihe nejoliallc-ns up lo '.he Hrest-Utovsk Ireaiy wilii r.us ala. bas been dismissed from his command In. Ilie eastern dls- man in defiance govcia- menl'3 orderis-anil never K-C03- peace Ireaiy. !Mueller and Bell HaveTassed Through Ic Sign Jrealy al Three O'Clock Four Arranging Final Delegation Wilii Sign Unreservedly and Protocol Will Be Issued Later, j COBLENZ; June Se4relary Mueller and Co- lonial Secretary Bell, the two German peace delegates on ihcir way lo Versailles, passed ihrough Cologne al 9.45 j -'-i_j. lllorning, a rnr-seann frnm Cologne H. Slovens of Vancouver Says I'raclicc is -Most I'ernicious --3-- o message from Cologne CREKAH AND DEI' END 1Kb July First Will Be Big, Day in Lethbridge; Sport Carnival Under LA A. A iqjuneu. OT-TAWA_ 25-Dlacussion 01 A dispatch lo the Coblenz newspapers says Ihhl the German delegates understand that they are lo sign i i i i o i f, IT II Sievns Vancouver treaty at lliree o clock Saturday allernoon. JJ- ivfipn hG ,lsl spoke onme "Big Four" Arranging Ceremony PARIS, June 27.--While no official announcement had undertaken 10 jusiiiy been made up lo shortly Before regarding the. time lor the ceremony of signing the peace treaty with Ger-j many, arrangements for the evenl are proceeding on ihej i uhdeistanding'lhal it will lake place at ihree o'clock on Sal- j y_r Crerav urday.' The council of four was in session this morning per- i 1 feeling ihe plans for it. the government should aa Crerav stalcil (hal t 'VJl Inslracl For Six On the advice of the council of four the Chinese dele- Will Months' I'ity on Captain's Basis For Aclivc Sci- i vice Men the government should aaaume 'Jabil- ily for any shortages. 'gates have agreed to sign the Ireaiy the understanding that a protocol laler be added, lo lakes had ambunte'u1 treaty slating llwf they signed with the underslanding that I couvEuiW. ..U JT.-M.. Japan would return the Shant -riprbjenl lholl rtlurnlnj lo .work thli morning. An In favor of return- ing word wil relurnid at a mast meeting ol itrlken night' The lonjihoremen and namen, who'alia are on ilrlm, are nffecled by the declilon of Ihe metal, tradti' council. siiort of gailv decorated automobiles in I icreuce- UIB- Emiiimt ui Ich nil Ihe youthful ol-. lja-v rclurnetl, y o school a8e, nnd'tr 11. will he tha War Service Gratuity Placed on Higher ScMe dean athletics. 1, anil luo neoine ui l.elb-j purpose, of Ihe'Ij anrt .ibal is are prwarlnE to enjor It lo.luo reason why cbllilrcu untler H arc ihelull. 4 allowed llrto-all ESIICM froo. Tills An effort is oelng lo nuke II a Ihe Middles nol fortc.l, and In irtdltlon un- der 11 Into nil Ihe carat; free, thore will be a blE peace' jiiride' of chll- ilrcn In necoriled at 1.30 in Ihc aflernobn. This is under Ihe ausplcM of the biio Cluba, mi Arlhiir Bullni -Is the plies not only lo TneEiIay's snorl car- nival. 11 has appl'.ed all throufh (he season to date. Any'child under 11 may alleuil any g-AJne free of charge nl any lime. The ncr.' pracllco.ls a booster for isporl. (Continued 03 Taw Seven) FOR IRISH DOMINION. LONDON, June new movement In Irish politics, organ- Sir Horace Plunket; and other Irish leadtrs under the title of the Irlih Dominion League, Is 'receiving great encouragement, according to the Daily Mali: Sir Horace, who was chairman tr.e Dublin convention and who' has the support ol many prominent Irish workers, will isiue a rrtanl- an early dale. (o Seltle Wllh Ukrainian in Order', to' He Ready For -Prussians PAIIIS, .hino rbuncil uf four granted Poland pnrmli-'lon (o nfle Clnn. lliller'n ami; or anrpl Us nlher Iroopl In restoring qlilet iu eastern Dillcla and drlvlne oiillaws out of Iho counlry. Tula is regarded us a ereal victory for Ignnco Paderewikl, Ibe 1'ollih Decision To Take .Industrial Ac- tion to Enforce Demand by Big Ent, June Brltllb, French llailan llbor to'wake a icneral denionitrallpn on July .20 or 21, to prolcst ililllnst allied Inlor renllo'n In nniili." Th'll announce nient was rnaile'bf Arthur lUnderaon, Brlllah leader, nl the Labor con- ference here lo'nsy. Mr. llenderepn''explained ,thai.the demonslrnllbn would b'e an nttefnpt lo prevent the government's of Europe from adopting 'bollcy Ihrouihoni Ibat'conllBenl. 'It would be loll lo conttry, lie ndiled, lo decide whelher tho licrnou- n After il N 5ven Put Very Some Even Systems rlville anlins of sli months' pay will. If 6 association's recommendation is ncurred in by Ilie Dominion gov- nraenl. 'comiiiente on Oclober 1. 19, anil continue lo April 1. 1S20, nj will be in the mlure of a ren'ew- nf nost discharge pay already nnled to returned men. A resolution was raafied asking Ihe ovenunent lo Eranl vocational train-1 to.men >vho at Ihe age' i i9 years arid under on Ihe same aa's as tho recruils oLIS Tears; when ley aro under Ihe same nocesslly of. omuteling thcfr sludlos or Ihcir Irain- ig now lhal Ihty rotuinecl from front Amonest manT olhcr nuesllous, Ih? lomlnion convention will be asfccd to 355 upon the atlvisablllly of nlhnit-l ing 10 the assoc'atl.in's maniheriliiii j pldlers ivho saw uo oilier service han in Siberia. At present lliey nto nul eligible for incmbcrfhlp in Ibe association, but Ihis matter will be redded al Ihe convention. OTTAWA, .June a re. cent the govern- ment has taken action of greut importance regarding war service gratuities. It will be ed that under, previous regulations the war the-- higfter icaie was retroactive be- yonJ Novembe'r'll, 1919, only with respect to men as served in an actual theatre of war. .This :is now. changed and the gratuity will be paid on the high. er.scale (minimum three maximum six mbnths) to all those who' served overseas... With Oo. those" who only in Canada the regulation Is made retroactive beyond November 11, 191B, to all who seryed for a perv Sod. of.ore year or. over. A RIPE OLD AGE In Mils same tirue-lho llo i ngnreii uiait duu.ilns the one half- I uT one cent, nveragc provided for 1 in the hill, ihe CJraln Growers' com-- [pany would make.out of overajes in. I live yKnra 93.4.000 while ihcir lossej i through sliorlascs would be JR.iyS? He quolcd Hgurcs showing lliat llbe I Drain Cvowcrs' clevaiors bail. InJnvo-' jyrsrt Iroin 1912 lu 1017. made...-fil screcuirgs. Hie Mr. Crcrar.-slalcd that all over Ibrec- iper cent of veiurns on screening's were 'rchilsJ lo farmers. _ J. 'A.'- -arsnetl lhat. the- cost of a one elevnlor. ap-x Ilirolimalclr 5000.000. should be lafcelb iulu accounl- (It Ihis were done, the net earnlues .would be approximately. 2S iuslend ol ISr per ccnL as staled bv MrS Stevens'. "Tliesc jieople." Mr. Mahar? said. Vare.not slcaling. They are.jusl Ing everything rossiSlc. cyt. ,nr VANCOUVER, U..C-, Jime Georxo Ucbeck, oldest resident of-Urit- ish Columbia, celebrates her lOolh ibirlh'ilay here Uorn al SI. Jobu. N. 11.. in 1SH. she Ija5. been on Iho Pacific coasl 50 years. She, has one hundred direct dccendants, including SCAFFOLD ALL BUILT NIEMI ESCAPES HANGING v o v SLAP FOR N. P. L. IN NORTH DAKOTA KAKn'O. N.D., June first veporls on IhB reMren- (Jura else-lion held yesterday In- North Datpla "orl seven siiros of Ih6 Non-1'artlsan League, passed by the last legis- lature, show'lllnl Ibe vole FO far received is almost Iwo l.ti We the measures. OIta AP-THl'Il. Ont., June Wllli tho scah'oij hnllt and olher ar- rangement made fof Ilie hanging 'Ot Manue! FiuUndcr. for murder- ihp Joe Slosa. afler n poVer game nt Sioui Lookout, when Sloas-won a bin v.onl was received from Ot- tawa lhal the senlcncd hail been changed lo life Imprlsonmcnl. Nlciui is Iherefore on his iray to Kingslon insleatl of making Hie trip.lo the pal- lows as formerly for lodny. -v Dnwson Witnesses Peculiar Sec 21-Hovtr Day Y.T.: June sul- phur-laden of rain, a Tare phenomenon, fell over navvson and vi- cinity last evening. A thirty.mtcti'e downpour left pnols anii streaked wllh a yellow which chemists liere daclsre sul- Dri Micbael Clark. Bfl Ihouehl tbat there was uollilns wrons in the Grain Growers' company ipafe- ing proSts out of overuses or .f- elso as lonK ns these profits were-re- turned iD-lhe-farniprs. Uonalil SulherlQUil. Soulh urged that sleps sliould lie taken In prevent ndnlleralion, 'of .Wall, anil shorls. Me claimed calllc had killed by the presence at muslard. lion.'A. K. McLean thoiiglit lliere had hf PH altogelher loo much heat Ilic r.aeslion of overages. They, did not cbnslilulc illegality nr rob- hery nor-wcre they in violation of Iho Grain act. He Ihcn proposc-1 lhat Ihc' maximum of overages should be thrce-' cighlslif ope percent, inslcail of one: half of one per cent. II. C. Blenders Jlacllonald. consicler- cil that Iho proper Ihing to do was-to, pay for services rendered and send back Ihc full value grain. Poss-- Ibly Ihis would be Ihc ncxl move. This section of Iho bill wns allowed lo atand.- The Bill i The I'iok un lie nallirallzin; 'Dill. Kuropticn was taken by lion. Mr. tamtam rnfl W. Kuler N'orlh Wal- appeared Woro tho -council and Mhlblle'd many pnolo- gruphs ahbwlng.lho hrntal manner In which.fhe lorlured their vie- lima.before1 killing them. Tho' armistice between Poland nnci emled Juno 21, when offlccrs renroscntlne Klmnn r.ollura. Iho Ilk- rdlnlnn' peaiini leaflcr. advised Polish thai Pcllnra aulhorlz- His nerollatlbnB which in Premier'Podcrewakl ann1 erhef Pol- ish officials-hire explained lo Ihe coililcll (hat It la npccilary for Ihcm to cslaliliJh order Immcdlalely on the Ukrainian frontier so that Ihe Polish I mlltlary forccsi miiy be nnllcil In readl- ness for Oerrrian ntlacV.i In thn.wosl snrrhorlh, whore prepara lions arc reporled lo' be Mlreniclj alarming. drnilon would form of pol- Illctl or Industrial acliuli.TiJBOlulions vonld ho passid firoletllni afeaiusl ai.y Inlcrvcntlbn '-In Snil dc- nAnnlng the abflndonme'nt of cpnacrlp- conference Uler pasied a reso Mllon calllns [tport Irade union con- gees.! to take Indllalflkl action In or- der lo compel Iho Jlritleh govcrnmciil lo stop operations In Rnsila. There wna n healed dlscuailon-o.ter the rcaollitlon which .was pMlcd 'on a cird vole by lo HROTHEHS HANfiEO Conn.. JilTlo 27 and Joseph rctrcllJ, brolh era, Now In Iho slale prison hcrtlhls.rnornlni! for 111- miiTder.of Frank-.TBlmes. l-J The lltrftld) MACLEOD, June hat taken hold of Ihe people as never before In Macleod and dis- tricl. Two pumping oullita are already on Ihe ground for some of IhJte who live near Ine river. The first one was a three-Inch pump, and It Intended to lake care of some sixty aorta. It was started on Monday lail, and has already made an Impression on the crop. The second ll a. five- Inch pump, or capable of fillirrg a five-lnoh pipe, and will soon pay for tfle Outlay. The Irrigollon District are gelling Ihlngs jn shape, by having everyone sjgn up and also locking fhe various little things that go to make up Irrigation district. ff tf f, -V1 100 AUTOS NEEDED Grain Dealers Urpnrl Shows Nearly, Milliun Acres'More Needcil c One hninlreil mlomoblles are nccJcd for Iho chlldrcu's peace liaraiie on Tuesday afternoon. Bvcrr rlliren whn can is askeil lo leisphone al once to Arlliur Haallm, chairman of Inc com- niltlee. slaling tint one mbrc car is placed at the disposal ol the c-ommlltce. The plan la (0 pick Ihe Norlh chll- (Iron at the various schools at l.lc. Chtlrlren on .the south side are nfkcil to sailier at the Uiilt Gal-ilens wiicre Iho parade nasemble. As this Hill he In thn nature of fl Im- pressing on Ihc- school children ...........j, JIUM North- west Drain Uealers' aasociallon issued Us first bullclln tbis seiuon. elvlng an estlmalc of the acreage un-l der crop in Ilic throe pralrio provin- ces as compared with year. Tlie follows: M1NNE006A OTTAWA. June llln'ncdoja, wllh'danaillan Iroops nil lioanl, Liverpool on Juno 24. She is due nt Quebec on or about July (he facl thai peace baa been ff signed, (he aulnisls nre asked lo er.ter Into tho spirit Pf Ihe .occasion anit Secoralo Ihejr cars wllh [lags ami bunllng. flhllrlrcn nnilcr In on Ihis big evenl wlirth Includes free entrance In Hie siilirle. nl Ilenilersoli I'nrk fair U'licst Oals llarll-y KUn [ly 19IS acres. 15.526.0M liOOO.OOO In- L-rcaso ISIS Dcr acres, cent. 3.6 B.4 Col--------- About n lnradrttl arid (ifiy .CXCIIT slonlsls viewed llic wondcVs of (b'1 day on June 2-1 Al this "end of the world." The'vlsilora wcnlslc l-'prl Vukou lo wllucas Ihe sun's com. plcte marathon of Ihc Arctic Circle. j DEMAND PRITCHARD'S RELEASE VANCOUVER, B.C., June It IB understood that the.r'eledss of W. A. Pritchard, the; Vancou- lihar leader an-esteil in Cal- flary and returned lo'WInrtipso- will bs demanded ty the Van- couver strikers. C.0! _______ SJ> bulletin "ala'o tlales lhat the association great dlfflclty In eelllng rep'orla from correapondenls. owing to tho strike, and a great num- ber IIF'S not-been rceclvcil al all; but. JudiiiiB from (MUG received, connld- erable arcaa in Saakalchewan Al; herla aro needing .rain badly, while eapcrlally. Mnnllobn, have haii olentv of rnin and crop pros- fcrls INCREASE FIXED WHEAT PRICE IN THE STATES ,____ une Increase al the terminal marVel of Galveslon and New Orleans, effective July-1. was announced last nlghl by .lullua isla. The clause carried. Anollier clause of the hill, dcalios with I is revocalic-n ot nslurilizallpn. certifitalcs by IheNsccrelary of 'ivfis strongly opiidsed, of irouuda for rerocallon as act'forth In ''he riauoe la B person who shall havol himself by ocl or speech lo te' ilisloyal lo Ills S. Moniical, and Krnefl Lanoinlo, Kara-' ournska. were Hie priHcipAl oblecloV.i. H-.Tb snld'lhe legisla" lion Araa "aimed al the' ImnllsranlV from countrlea which had ad. Thcae, allbough becomine cillzsns were nol released ,fr6nr Ihe PlUzenshlp of Ibe land birth, and Canada -ralsht find herself; fit war with lhal country .Pressed (or n reason idf Inserting were not In Ihe Tlrltlah Ac.tf .heT. lhat Ibis might be persons .who, had IJ.irno.s. I'uiteil Stnlc.i 'director, .irno.s. urip'cr.lho nulhorlly Branicil him In executive order" I by -President Wilson might have be _ .Mr. Lapolnle moved; that; Iho rclro- active clause ho ddclert. This "as ilefwilcd 5S Iq 30, moved lliat Ihe dual d lilm In ?ir. .jarnos me cliuse' be delcled, '-This was defeated I on division, ;