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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 25 BARREL OIL OIL CITY Hasty Evacuation by Red Forcts As Anti-Bolshevik and -Allies Close in TROTSKY ORDERS DESTROYED June Thcsevacua'lion of Pc'trograd by Ihc S Bolsheviks is progressing hastily, according to rwcnt de- crees >f tiic..Bolshevik- govern- ment received here. War min- islcr'-Trolslty- has onlered five fortresses '-or Kronsliult fo be blown lip 'Before its surrender and five -bridges railway ,'stntion5 in Pelrograd de- stroyed before Ihc Inst troops "A'itlftlnnv. German Trade 'v BAStBLv -luno Negotiations -have been "opened Ge'rmnriy ana KU5SIB. 'with .a view to re-establish- ing. .ceo nomlc' between the Berlin- and governments, ac- BllierltCW "dispatch June thousand persons were in- jured in the towns and villages damaged by the earthquake Sunday in the district about Florence. Reports thus far received do not place the killed at more than 100. The.hospitals of Florence are.reported to.be filled with in- jured. Hon. Mr. .Meighefi Coming irig -Will in for Surveys Now Practically Extension Project Contract Now' Accepted and .Wort Soon as Vote Has! Been Taken. t. i NO HERALD TOMORROW Tomorrow. "'July 1. belug a statutory holiday, the Herild will not published. Tw- portant nows will be bulle- tkefl. Yields up Precious Fluid Once More Berlin Press 3'ery Pessimisti 'About the Terms Imposed By the Allies OTTAWA, June A. Buchanan, member for Lethbridae, has invilsd Hon. ArtfTur of the interior, to visit gautherh Alborta this summer and make i personal Investigation of Irrigation matters. Mr. Melghen has accepted "th'tMnvltt'llon'-ind hopes toyvioit Lsthbrldg.- in August and spend a'couple r plans for survey, parties starting work are now practically complete, anu h'oped; that'by'fiill. complete Informfetlon as to projects'now cori: tertpjated.wllljije available "for the'farmors. been -conferring with irrigation departmey extension project. The government is agreeing to C. PMi.1 proposals al to the contract between the Taber irrlga to tne'Miesi o. n. I'.'c tlon.district P. R., and there should'be no fi 'taking the.lcbfistructlon--work after the vote Is passed. Further delay in CUP IS DRAINED TO THE VERY DREG A twenty-five barrel flow of rude oil was struck at Oil City, our and u half miles from'VVat- rlon Lake, on Thursday last by n outfit under the charge ofA. V. Paidek, which has been ome lime working on what is known as the linchani well. Mr. Patrick is on IIJB way to the head office of ihfi company he is working for nt Cslgnry lo reporl jarliculnrs.of the find. Bcyont! the mention of the striking of the oil no as to the depth al which it was fount liave been reported, but as the old well was about 900 feet deep it is thought this, is the depth o the new-well. Another rig is boring new hole close to lhe_ old Lineham well. Much excitement has been created in the southwest coun- try by .the fmd. Street Car Men, Out Since 5, Vote to Return To Work Again ,i: OTHER UNIONS ARE EXPECTED TO FOLLOW .'_Tb'e -dispatch, says. Ge-fmin trust sVltiw left for Russia: to investigate conditions, and Hi z'toslB lor future'exchnnge of raer- i''''f Bollhevik "Defeat EKATBSINODAIl, June 30.-rTbe army, of Kuban Cossacks ope ml ins In the.Don river has captur- toUr thousand Bolshevists .and 10 CUDS. The are al- BO- advancing; northward, bayo captur- ed and armored 'trains.'' Bolthies DefOut Finns June Bolshevist troops have occupied Wydltshnapn the frontier, defeating the Finns and capturing large numbers of .them', according lo a Itussiari'wrreloss dispatch received here today. It is the; Bolshevik advance is developing .successfully, jjtembefjis Unionist Govt. Chairman Nicholson of Cost-of- Living. Commlttee Points jt is -SHOULD-LET PUBLIC KN'pW PRODUCING COST Nictiol- sori chairman ot of JJio com IcArnlfig onormoui on fnctu'fcr'a' p'ficV'an'u thn re- port published recently In the Cal- gary Herald A, -Buchanan, Leth. 'bridge, a'nd his relatloiKto the Unionist caucus, .his vote against7 the -government on the budget, .vvirrianUd by.' the-facts. When'Mr, Buchanan.decided to aMlntt'the 'governhicnf on the buJfet, he-offered hli resig- rxtlen M wWo Bord- en, M honest to M appreciat- ed Mr, politloh, and hii gene 'OB ".record againit gov- past, snd the -Ltttlbrltlge JTJemSerfsi ac- tion was. sWlthtut Mr. Buchanan, nor other Union- ists who voted against the the Budget, are treated differently by the Union- ists, They we're invited to last vveek's .caucus. Jt is true many LlberaOUnlonists refuse to.'en- dorse the proposal of a permanent Unionist party. They don't'feel thai they were elected with .that, as an "object. Their support .of parties in future depends upon the policies and a.crions-.'bf patt- ies in public '.affairs? It Is rthe -in- tention of all support' Union governrneriffor the present except in Instances where is a conscientious difference In views. The Liberal Unionists from the'west feel that they were elect- ed for a certain purpose, and not to abandon old principles and enter a.new party unless the new party to the'r prin- ciples. BERLIN, June -Some of .the' Be'rlin -newspaper! announc- ti the slgnnra" of the trepty of -peace in with cap- 's tlons on their .Versailles 'articles such as: ,Fa.tfl. The" Ta'gei in. .clotins George and Wilson and their aseoclatra have sown dragons' teeth of eUrnel en- mity." V. The whole German writes in'Lthe strain of melancholy pes- Di'mlim. The T-eglischs Rund- "What we need is a despot to compel the nation to work. If We'are unable to install him, our ,-enemtw will send him." Dernberg, in cup is drained to the dress. There .is no sense In contin- uing the controversy.-It Is better to endeavor quickly to find .our feet. The concessions made to us are not without value, and open 'the way to certain'' 'alleviations." Celebrations -PARIS, Juno ions peace celebrations' were held to d'nV at the 'IHsiUca of- the Sacred itea-t Including pontifical mass, eel by Archbishop nmchesl o Montreal, Canada, of which Cardlna presided. Present Treaty to Frencn 'PARIS, June Clemen cenu w.Ml pretMt Celebrate Here Tomorrow Fiife Program is Lined up Canada's 52nd Birthday Will be Well Cele- brated in Southern Alberta, and Signing of Peace-Will be'Celebrated at Same Big Parade at Two O'Clock of School Child- ren in Decorated Autos. the 'Canadian Manufacturers' Association, On Saturday, It he did noi think'thai'the manufacturers had 'public lo a spread: Mr. agreed that the man nfiscftirers such.i responsibility jald lo the Canadian Press later that he regarded this as yery. and possibly It. Bay 'lead'.tp ,8pmo aclKin. Harry.-SleHlns of the Foil Drain company', slated luat his, com. I iariy was' capitalized al did lot represent- cash, hut 'simply the of (he Fort William Brokor- aje.company.'wtilch It over. Oul- lido !of" connection there bis firm dm a auroly. commission business, The profits'ln-1917 wore and hi 1913 Iho' balance was, Mr Sterling said connected irlth' Keed company, Iho tspllBl'of wKlch'.was supplied by Dav or-cofi- Colled.'mariyUnlorests. Among, these Irani, the Port cle-.and the World. 10 J3uy, .Hamilton, In for some" .consideration from he .-com m As; s :tnsin e He prosocted figures' to ishow.-.that he made. 1.7 per cent.'-on. snd the all ness was 35 cents' a-ton.'.''AnUirsello was howuielllnB at in Phllllpe with 'the Cuiula, food said; there was coiiiidenble for; linprbve'meiit tie llnei of better control of cold storage. though t; the i control exerclied by ths 'Canada food board was beneficial so" far as.lt wenl, but II did noCgo far William Davlis Profits 3. M. of tbe-Wllllarn company, s.iiij thai.the" 65 stoies. The :lnrrioterV'of. the stores last'year was .Ihe gross I Everybody In Lethbrldg. will Joln'ln tlie July Flrtt tomomw, and everybody In win; some one of the dojens of Dominion-Dsy held in almoit every town throughout the district. The fact that peace trailed Saturday and the war is really over at Is double for celebrat'ng Canada's 62nd birthday Following i- tne local program, being itsged under the auspices of the LA A A "Fragment! of France vs North Lethbrfdge, s City League game, at Eckstorm Park 130 of schoolchildren, driven In decorated to Henoerson Park. Free ride'and free entrance to'grounds for all pupl'j under 14 years.' 200 al Henderson Park Lake staged by Aquatic Club 230 meet and horse rarcs at Park Fair X grounds. _ _ 500 Lacrosse match at. Eckstorm park Be there i hull the revival 01 in Lethbrldgo 7.00 North Lethbrioge vs Bankers, City League game, at Eckstorm Park. t dance and confetti battle at Henderson Park, main last'year was -the gross profits 193, tho liet prof it Tho net profit was 2.46 pet ori the .uftioTer. HOR products put into stores (rom .Uio-Wnf. Davles half .n cont-a pound thtir coulil OTTAWA, June It hns hcen de- cided that the National Libcra) Con- ,vchtloii Kh'.r.h !s to-mert ol tW capital during .the flret week lit August, hold its.dcliborntions in n't tho exhibition grounds. 'As it least nccrecHtod ciek-galc-i are oxrocteil, and as many o( them, will bring theft 'wives, it Is expected :lhot the hotel r.t the.capitol will be iosullicient. Arrangemcnta are' 'oeinB .made for lh'5. loilplng 'and feeding of hundred people in biitinlnga. nt the exhibition grounds, i be put laid a sibre coimeel- ed with tfic company. .Aboul 20 to 22 per cent, was fixing the re. lalj pi-Ice. From ,i7 to. 30. per cent, wb'uld go In oyerhead.-v- Mr. Prlngle: wqiild; expect lo have two per "For the lasl mar- fracttonmflf per conl., or aniM VA "1J 'v' V sold the. 'QUAKE KILLS AND .If I DESTROYS IN ITALY. 1 the cb.mbV bl noori, the The leader will tske ojpoitiinlty, phper adds, to mfce. brief but Im- portant statement concerning home arid-foreign policies. Purls Cejebrattt PARIS, June was cele- brated throughout France wllh litriiost enthullasm.Saturday.nltihl. At Marseilles, Toulon and Chorhonrg, as well as other seaports, -warships being dressed in flags, salutes wero fired, church bells were rung- and there werp illuminations ana torch proces sloe's. Germans Go Home 2C.- -The departure ol Dr 'Hermann JJueller and and about fifty wther raembers of the Ocr- ninn" delesation from Versailles last light was virtually unnoticed. To afoid the crowds celcbraline sign ing 'of. tho Ireaty in the Blreels o the QermauYwere sent It 15 j automobiles by- a round abon roulfl-to Nbls'sy.le-Rol, where they boarded tholr train at S o'clock.. Reculll 1871 PARtS. June In presenting th text of .Iho peace treaty to tho Cham bpr ol deputies today, Premier Clem e'nceau made ft' brief speech In whl? he recalled the French National a sembiy .which met- nt Bordeaux 1 1871 and peace ns we make war, wllhont.weakness; interr.al pona> is i nociislly for external peace." PARIS, Juno The first pnillc nnn6uncemcnt ot the text defensive pact between ;Krflncc, Great Britain hnd liio United St.ites will bo FROST IN QUEBEC HURTS SMALL FRUIT QUEBEC, Juno that caused widespread, damage especially 'amoll fru'ls, visiled Quebec dis- trict night. Farmers Horn Fort Neuf.county, (rom Quebec, Jlont. Letla and oilier rtuotiea re- port Ice frott that poU- killed beut, berries >cd tner fruits. ItOMB, liun- dred and twenty persons are estimated lo have been killed In and near Vicchio, Ihc center ft of Ihe cprthHtiakc movement SundaJ-fri the ji-ror.llng la the Tho "lowu of Vicchio was reduced to ft heap p[ ruins and-a number 't of-'Tlllogca were destroyed. VANCOUVER, B, c., "June so. car service here was re- slimed this morning following the decision of the motormen and con- ifucton yesterday to return to work. The city has been without cars since June 5 when the men Joined th- strlki called by labor here, In sympathy with Winnipeg strikers. The ptople w'era dependent Jitneys for transportation. lOs expected that the action of .the carmen will In- 1 duce the unions now out to return to work. The .backbone of .the strike, It would been broken. Strike Loom Up Ottawa OTTAWA, of tbe Ottawa-Blectrlc Hallway, cornpany t will strike on Tuesday morning r tha company does not make an, accentabla offer.withTegSrd to thelfdarnands for increased wages. The men are seeklos. SO cents an. hour. London May.-Walk LONDON, .June- By a vole, of to 5, wblch was mad? unanimous, Ihe -of'ths London Street Railway company1 at a meeting helS last night decldeS- to go" on .slrika Wednesday .morning to enforce their demand for 45 "cents Is some talk of other .workers EplBS out in svmpathy. Pipers Slezed at Vancouver i VANCOUVER. D. C., Juno Vancouver labCT-te_mple was searched early this- morning by the' Northwest-Mounted Police and a.qus" ttty of documents and papers xe a seized and taken away At the time the homes of of locil strike leaders also'were -visited xaiiii documents were taken. No arrests were made, and, so far as Is known; no warrants we're In the possession of tho mounted police, who had searcli_ wtirants, as'their authority The ofiices of-the general stiiko" committee at tho labor temple searched and it Is sala that the docH ments seized included a record Of tho; original strike'Tote which has "never been published. The'ofncei of C. Federntlonist.were visited, the'door belnf''broken in to give 'admlttahce: So labor men present In itia labor temple wheii made. Followed- British .Ministers an< Brilish Col-" 'ohics To Sign OTTAWA, JunelJw news thnt Canada's reprbebrtalrves at Paris slgrieu'.atterllie-British mlniiter Lod attached their aicfstares and tbe first Is. cor.- ls.ln.ed''in'.anV-vfli'sH.' mossago given. press by tho de- ublic infoj-matton, as fol- WINNIPEG, June erring 0 crop conditions in the prairie prov- noes the Free Press, after; gathering reports from' all sections, Bays 'It Is only 15 days, since, crop report was the'weath- er In the Interval has teon such S3 to barta, where thcra-rhlTO rain and tho beat has been -feilense nnd winds high and hot German Armistice Commission Makes Protest To The' i French LONDON', Juno Genriai "Reports Indicate the' generally sat- isfactory conditions in Manitoba, an ____ nbnndance of moisture and little or commission baa sent a not4 no In Saskatchewan and (0 Qen chief of tho French Ubferli ttio rererse Is the case he'idquartera stafi at tne mm nt U icrygoncral, heat. Is iu- .Of .war, calling attention to the and there rtuch hot jacj tnat the Polos Inlernlng atr wind. A number dlslrlots report Qefmans nge, includ'. vrn. e heavy" damage which no later' rain can, II Is believed, oveV'co made' In Iho chamber of depullea, Ihe Echb de Paris says. -The document, according to Ifte .paper, contains claliscs Jnlended-to Justify 1t before British and opinion, United Slates public DAI-TIC AND NORTHLAND SAILED WITH SOLDIERS Ilalllc and Mlled yesterday (or Hnllfai. X "Canada made' a complete slep lo. ward' nallonhgod .within the empire when, pletilpolentfarles 'took full of the world powers .tie: treftty' of pegf.b at VersalllSs Saturday. The honor or rep- resentlhij, CanadJvVfell on'A.-.L. Slfton and Hon.: Crf.sboherly, who signed tha British mlnlst-' the British