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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta We Won't Sign Say The Huns l.oud Wails Krom Oaqmer- ed Because of of Terms iMCHNOWSKY I KAISES urs VOICE! Peace Situation Is Full of Perils Says Mr. Lloyd George j Lei Those Who Are Trying to Do Their Best Alone, Hejj j Making and Unmaking Kingdoms' Such1' Task Ever Faced Leaders of Great Powers in House o.f Commons. "Dry" Majority] llta BERLIN, AjrH cial French announcement of-the conditions to be laid down in the treaty of pince are denounced by the German prtiv Prince Lich- nawiky in an article in Tage- bUU, declares France "forgets that, of leading to dls- armament, an unjustfy extorted piacc will bring forth only freih armaments, throwing into the (hade nil other armaments be- cause the mailed fist of peace can be maintained only by the marled 1 fisO1'- Declaring that a peace of viol- ence must be absolutely rejected, ,he concludes: "Nobody can recommence the war 3gatnrt us. Neither can we be starved out, without the com-, mon e'nemy, communism and ter- rorisin, throwing all mankind back into its primitive .''No German government can SiBn isueh the Vorwserts declares. "The entente 'States- men must themselves E-ltle with thf" inhabitants of the val- Icy, who are thoroughly Gsrman and they may find that the sums proposed indemnity can not be extracted, even If the last sheet is taken from our beds.'1 MTOE OF Counsel Kraployed to Enter Ac- iion Under Decent Order in-Cooncil The loial veterans are prepar- inj to take icticn againtt the Men- nonites under the order-in-councFI of February The order provides that where there is appre- hension of rfa.nger to the commun- ity in a breach of the peace caused by those'regarded ai undesirable cltizens.'ihe same will have to ap-x. pear before a judge district court. In the of the caie against them being proved they will be liable to Internment or de- portation. Messrs, J. R. Palmer and C. McKenile have been employed-as counsel and, are taking tr.c .mat- ter up. ADOPT mm LONDON, April in (he home ofj today to previous of his actiy-j at the peace'conference in Paris, Premier I Lloyd taid the situation "still full of for alL countries." Kc pleaded that -who were trying to do their bert be let x j No conference in history, said the had bwn faced with of such variety, com- j plexity, magnitude and gravity. The "congress of! Vienna, which was the naarest apprcich to it, took I II months for its work, hut that congress, Mrj[ Lloyd George pcineed out, sank Into intlgnifieaVicij compared with what had been settled by thisi conference. After referring to thi world'wide extent of! the the premier said that ne.v stalls had i sprung into exiseenct, of them independent.; some semi-Independent and some that might -be i and altholsh their boundaries might not be-defined, some indication of them must i given. ...DEFENDS .THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS I The tim: spent by the peace conference in framing the league of plan Mved time inttsad of watting it, Mr. Lloyd Georrre declared i a.g the league would provide a means of adjusting cf possible errors i "I would rather leave Ruuia Bolshevik until they see their way out of ,t than soe. 9.reat_Britain landed into was one'if th- "It i. not.fy-ue that the United States and Europe have been" at var. the .premier declared. He.deprecated-attempts to dis-tnsior, i among the j 111 his the league of nat- --________.__ lions tlcllhcrationa '.lie premier said I the conference might have taken more liEiic1. but for the fact (hat it was' set- j ting-up a'lnai-hmerj- esjiabls of re-ad- I justing I'And that is why the league of nalions-inElead of wast- I ing time saved lie added. Had To; Speed Up. _ Tue .conference ha'cl to.shorten its [labors.VecaUEe. whije it was trying to 1 bll'ill-iu maul lanil r the foundation J of luuibllng.Jiito'the dust.' No body of men harder or in Letter hartnbny than the peace con- asserted." aiid he-doubted fcody of ever worked ...__ wwe eurtttering on roof an] vutd men were jlreamtoi ihrbugli nillle enormous 'Esiie trepefted -dpott them nblch reEiuireil calni tiro premier said. HR aslvcd for ihe. opportunity of Eiicti LONDON, April vote of New Zealand soldiers has wiped out the for prohibition which was up In that commonwealth on April 11, according to a dispatch to'the Cefttral News from Christ- church. In the' New Zealand election the prohibition forces claimed 2 major- ity than voter It wsi announced at that time that .the balfoti cast by 40.000 had not counted. An indica- tion of trend of the soldiers' vote however, when New soldiers voted in Eng- land, thi forces hav- ing yctes out of sppraximale- I y j Settle Destiny of Schlesvvig-Holstein by pel Huns to Recognize British Position jn Egypt and Meeting of Plenipotentiaries to Con- sider Terms. PARIS. April -15. (Associated council of four yes'.er- iilav difceusstd injections'relative to Heligoland anil tile JAilriatic. While tin? count-it was in jaesfilou The foreign, met and considered claims which have been j made Germany to holdings of iivould lie closed on ThnridRv ererjinr at 6 o'clock as iijiml. The jnitiisters took nti !lit lartit-les for trea I foi- tiie rccognittou by (Jen j Hrilisjl posltiOEl ill Egypt a (ing over of the sullan's rights MAKE HUNS PAY the Suez caiial ance hy Uenn and fviili Ihe future- sUitus of 'Morocco. tr nrovlrtinr I to Uc'maile to insure tltc -many of the of condiltons under md i3 llela- righls MAKE HUNS PAY il ronveiition. the COST OF OCCUPATION rany of allied Anri, also an article dealing addition u> ciliestions discnssed by allied ARE STILL ALIVE REPARATION of uhctbcr (lie M