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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE TCX I.KTllUnilXiK DAILY IIIOULD MOXDAY, APRIL PD1T11 FNS .PARIS. April status ol the Ffrtuch. rnitert Siuies aud aaie.ndwer.ts t.. the covenant of-'-he league of iwtKHis has definitely SL> far as ifce league of nations is concerned, with the I'liiwd amendment concerning the -Momw dui'irme tin1 one to be given a place in 'covenant by the commission. The and Japanese, however, 1m1 e both inside reservations entitle Oofiime Uatu be at- .nceil by Lloyd George when lip speafcs- before the British of comuious the coming Indii-atioas. are tbst the Germans Vh'ei-iselves 'uoivrVv-iiirVbe league" of will be given opiwiunhy to discuss theus ui Tt-uew HI a ylenary session of j abJe tfitr pt-.uo ud nearly sll the j the vipuco leruis Hjcforo tue congrops. lialH the treaty vir-i but that PO estcttded ttiscnjsion luullv disposed of. so that (he due be itermitttLt, two weeks sug- %vlu'n The delcsaies shall be iig lht> outsuU> lituit fur the ses- ununioin-J lu Vtrsj-Ues has been leu- sions to be held Versailles. The suiiuuoning ol the The thief quoiUou as regards tvtiKrt'ss a-; K will be called, peaco terms resr.amins to be settled. instead of IH--JCC "conferoucc." after [BOW that ;ho Saar valley aud repara- iho enemy dtk-gaics are admftUd wiJl, lions problems have teen disused of. iho understand- ju virtually all of tht-ir details ts that ins, occur botwec-u April 20 aud May jot the Rhine frontier. The couucll U is consMeivd not four is. likely mainly 10 occupy it- EASTER BAZAAR The Ladies' cf Church are Holding an Easter Sale in the Wesley Hall ON THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH mativ articles as veil as dainty will on sale; also there will be candy booth and cooking table. 1 1 with this question durin press ni week, the debate probably tltetl aM so that (hoy Liu to break ifce price. Tha exact afitbuatroX the issuft will bo later, according to tlie kind irf raofwy in which it must It the sum l lift larger, at ihe rale of the war, but that Is nominal sum. rhoio two- caek and in not all tbat Germany will have 10 They are Germany must also obligate herself lo pay otiwr Htaouuts for damages done, appropriate to her weans, to determined ty u ruUeil couiuiigsion y of course, is another ques- McKELVIE MpGUIRE The bazli'ar at TlOr.Tjiird Ave., South {'opposite Bawdeu's) WiB be Continued Day 14Ui- and I5tb. iii lihililren's clothes, from plaia dark dresses to the finest ,antj' daintiest of white wear. All gar- ments hotue 51 r., Cox has kindly loan- ed the building for the sale. AMERICA'S FINEST TRACTOR COMING TO LETHBRIDGEH j I am organizing the Province of Alberta for the introduction and sale ofv the FAMOUS "NATIONAL" TRACTOR, America's latest and iinest product in; the Tractor line, FARMERS HQLQ YOUR ORDERS Until we can show you in a few days this Tiactor right in Lethbridge. For simplicity, power, durability arid cheapness, we believe you have never seen anything that at all equals it. Free descriptive .booklets sent on application. DlSTRia REPRESENTATIVE WANTED this splendid Agency will be'received AT. ONCE. Give Bank References, etc. Address by letter or E, R. ROGERS, 607 McLeod AflxrU. OTTAWA. April sav- ing was brougbllu the fore Immediate- ly house Kisiin to a point of order, J. J. Deutiis, ot Joilslte, con- tended tbat in thu daylight iiig lime the house had uat beeu properly The speaVer rulej (bit iiie point of order was not well takea. llr. Dennis appealed from the decision of the chair, uut, without dividing, the house voted down his appeal. Mr. Helgheu tiren presented a bill to continue until prorogation orders- iu-couucil and regulations passed uu- der the War Measures act. Dr. Jlichael Clark, Red Deer, aslseJ the acling prime minister if it was tlie intention, ot Ihe government to lite any steps to insure that the railroads of Canada sball run in accordance with the time of Canada and not in accord- ance the time of the, United Slates. Sir Thomas White replied that he lad given thenia.tler some consWera- :iou. H was not clearj apart from war purposes that the' Dominion govern- ment had general jurisdiction on the subject of time in the Dominion. On Ihe contrary, it would appear that for many purposes, if not_for all purposes, the jurisdiction was; provincial. How- ever, added that he did not pass'finally on tlie point as it was a legal question. By his" question Clark had suc- gested Hie possibility ot the Dominion enforcing a certain time rail- road companies. In connection with Ihe decision of the board of railway commissions certain points had.been cleared tip. In the first place, it did not appear that tlie railway companies in the time illey liad adopted were violating any law enacted by tlie par- liament of Canada. U to be cleared by Ik's decision ot the chair- man and o! thu board that the railways Vere within their rights they had done. Leivt Railways AI The question then aroee, said Sir It.v so as lo require the railroads to adopt standard time. In tills coimci. quoted from judgment of Sir Heary Draylou ami with reference lo ibe incou- venience. danxer and difflcuKy whicli would be caused by a change In time, of tbe railways'. He having regard to all tbesa-cGusldentfcms and as there was some doubt with reference to tlui constitutional powers of ihu Dominion government to set tbe tltue, the actiui; premier that hu (bought it wouM bo iuadvisubiu to introduce I of (his kind. STATEMENT DENIED I.O.XDO.V, April report thaf ie British governmcut bad acqulrc-iV control of Hie Oowdray oil interesU In Mexico is met wil'b a denial issued. Thomat, as to Iho eipedltncy of legal- by neuter's, LUniUd, today. ANNOUNCEMENT! TO ALL CAR OWNERS OF LETHBR1DGE AND WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO ALL CAR OWN- ERSTHAT We are Opening Valcaniz'mg Works IN THIS CITY, AT 408 SIXTH STREET SOUTH On April 15th, 1919 are prepared to do all kinds ot repairs in the rulilici- line. AH of tires vulcanized by tUo fatuous Haywood syritcrii vilK special equipment for vim cut repairs. Kuufanlee ail our vork, to-be satfffaclory and will diaries one way on town work, nriug your llres to us and If they 'are worth reralrins tlo it. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. PATRONIZE YOUR FIGHTING MEN Veteran Tire and Repair Company ft I V T LJ C- T 4C8 SIXTH ST. S. WALTER MARSH, Manaoer. ion. The inirxirLant fact, however, is hat I he council of four seeras grecd cu sir the fundameiUal points. This is a distinct improvement. On the subject of the western -Bor- der oi Germany, the Correspondent states, he has it on good authority that Prenu'er 'ClemfenceauV main ob- ject has been "from'the first day of the conference to .pave-tho vray to a set- tlement that be entirely bas- ed :on ..that "which; since IStO has beeii eimbodled and that the settlement bt the Czecho-Slovak question-should be entirely acceptable. ,to speaking democracy. be- lieved he would try to an the whole of the the ralsuinlerstood his Settle "Other Claimi. April conference commission on- tefritorial iifs settEed tKe-problem of the''B'ahat aistrict.'sonrh'Of proper, in which Serbian and Ruman- ian claims, irere involved, according to; the Petit 'Parisian. .The'newspapers does not-give solu-'. Uou'reached, but1'says'that the'decis- ted the rights pt each nation. FRENCH GET SA'AR 'l" VALLEY IN PERPETUITY PARIS, April league ol na- tions lias rejected the Japaueipe amendment on racial equality. -V The big decided the problem of t he iiaar: valley, which, will bft granted to France in perpetuity jlbj work the coal mines and, other re- sources. ,L O'ffcial summary ot the leapje pi nations mentions 31onroo doc- trine. '-The covenant does not affect the validity of International engage- ments such as treaties ot arbitration or.regional understandings, like thp Monroe doctrine, for securing the maintenance of SEEDING SLOW AT MOOSE JAW MOOSE-: JAW, April' The ther in this district ia slow for seed- ing operations. One or two isolated d isi nets report avorable weather and have begun uarrpwinc. This week .should see much cultivation "pro- gress, hut seeding is not expected to fafce place on a large scale until after Easter. There ia ample moisture in the ground, ;is nndersicoJ, for the removal of tlie -body of Cavtll, Ihe English. I nurse executed by Hie Germans at IJnissets, in 3513r to Engian'd. 'The 1n- jlcrrnent ot the body 'In 'England will ibe made the occasion 'ot anlnipreEgive public ceremony, Ma.ple TIRES The MAPLE LEAF TIRE is a thoroughly well-built tire, dexgned to offer greatest resistance to wear and tear. Tefl your dealer the next tire you will buy will be a Maple Then he will have your size in Remember! You can have a Non-Skid at the price of a Plain Tread. MADE IN STANDARD SIZES Maple Rubber Co. Limited, Montreal NOBBY TOP COATS FOR LITTLE BOYS Coals of brown and grey wool tweeds. Made up like father's, In reef- length, well lined, velvet collars nr self collars. Belted styles for ages to 7'years. On Sale at ud BOYS' SCHOOL KNICKERS Tweed KMckcri u Uw Drifl M lew M Me Remember-" We give the watch absolutely tree on Tuesday, Wednes- day and Thursday only. OF BOYS' CDOTHING We Don't Want to Neglect the Boys and We Want to Fix Them Up Right for Easter From'oiir marnmbtH stock of the swellest Boys' Suits and Reefers for. this season's trade. A WATCH FREE With Every Suit at and Upwards Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday This is a splendid time piece in heavy nickle or gunmelal finish. A watch any boy proud of. OUR PRICES are always lowest for the qual- ity and style of suits we we are making an extra effort to boost up the sales in this de- partment on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day by offering special prices as Well as the gift watch. t Look at This TWEED SUITS In brown Ail grey mixtures ;iml checks. Sizes ,12 up to 35. The nl any suit In this lot 19 at least On Sale WUc They Last at'......... Another Eye BOYS' SMART TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS Brown, liluo and grey mixtures, checks nncl slrlpce, laloai i-ul, best linings ami finish. Sizes 35. On Salt at per tait THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. i f.f.., W '_. ;