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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920 TJW: PAGE THIRTEEN Government There Very Un- stable and Military Action May Upset i( Will Dltcust Situation PARIS, April Problems arises from the'Cerman situation will take precedence at the conference of al LO.NDO.V, April Authoritative lleii premiers at Ilemg. according p ,8 Conversstlws jonrces here convey the Inforiuatlon, h situation In the Ruhr valley, In reference, to Franco s inarch Into i w h b ea b u lu will be continued-and an answer will fflvou Germany's deruaud that she concerned ai toy' other signatory to.securo execution of the peace treaty, but holds that any violent ac- tion taken. without unimpeachable reasons woujd ouly weaken the auth- ority ot the allies. Tho peace treaty, according to the British view, did not contemplate a C. P. R. BRAKEMAN NOT GUILTY WRECK NEAR N. BAY I 1 I I i! be given a three months' tho period allowed for r> army to the point stipulated Versailles treaty. In addition, the conference will at- tempt to settle the Flume question and it is expected that the conversa. OTTAWA; April J. Curley. C.P.H. brakeaian, charged with criminal negligence in connection with tho wreck of two of the, itontreal-Wiuulpeg train at CorijellJ January 25, was honorably acquitted by the jury in the supremo Ontario here yesterday. Mr. Justice Ijalchford, who presided, hinted.'that tho consideration o' a "station block might, well be taken.-up by the beads ot tho Canadian railroads: Tho wreck was caused by tie second section of the westbound train crash- ing Into the rear ot tho first section m of when the first tra'ji was stalled, being 1 the ex lost. cducln.. unable to keep up steam in t by the treme cold.. Eight lives were l iltuation such as now amen, Uon, at''tho meetIPK'probably vrlll re- gion, it was sta cd, was one calling complcta allied protection against disorder and not war. Oreat Britain Is just as ready as franco to insist upon the ex- of Ihejreaty if the Germans show'hesitation In tulnlllns their guarantee to evacuate the neutral zone at the appointed time and is will- ing to agree to any necessary action in such au-event. _ Tho French gov- ernment had been fully Informed of this beforfl troop.s were sent. Fallh In the entente and friendliness of tho French people, U was said, hava been in no wise diminished, and the itnnouncemcnt that France acted on hor own initiative and against the ad- vice of Ihe allies was merely a state- liieiit of fact ivhich was necessary in urdei- to makn clear that the allies as a whole cannot possibly accept tbo position that they can-be conimUled by tho independent action of 'any one uf the allies to strengthen tho alliance by insuring solidarity for tho future. OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF. statesmen. Tho United Stales riot be represented tit the meeting, over which Premier Nltli of Italy will preside. Efforts-will be made -to exclude newDpapermen, it la said, this beiug on the suggestion of Premier Ijloyd George Of Great Britain, who Is quoted as saying correspondents "always are so Indiscreet." German Press Comment BERLIN', April Britain's disapproval of the action pf France in occupying cities in the neutral zone cast of the Hhlne is hailed by news- papers here with moderate expres- sions of satisfaction.' "France is m-tho thrall of cbaarin- Vor- fate Beautiful Women o! Sockty, duringthepail Kventy ltt.ii have reiitd upon It for their dlitin- reftntd, pearly white complexion It rendett instintly, Iiarch 31sl. 1820. SALE TO COMMENCE SH.AKP ON TIME AND FREE LUNCH A.T NOON ;