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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 17, WD '.i iif. PAGE NINE HON. LLOYD GEORGE WIXES mACK ON MWHOSOWEEEDSOFDISSENSION; LONDON. April The put forward by Hie allies. tit the peace conference, said Mr, Lloyd in his House ol Com- luons had nevei forgotten what 1-rance had none through anil had not forgotten to what the WM merely security tition of Ihe German attack, ljut to feel a Bouse of security agitnst it. Ths lonference hail come conclusion on all tho questioni -before il, Including a decision that to publish the pcMfc before they cussed with the enemy would be a first class blunder. The premature stud throi we believe they a that is >iot vindictive. We want a stOTS p4fcC6; the occasiou demands it; but it mwt be d.iliotd not to gritlfy reuieuce, but to vindicate Juitlce. Br.ry claute and term In tho cooiMloni mutt be Justified. Above F against it. Ths lo vrotecl to a unanloioMs of lhe horrors of fURTHER DISORDERS IN EGYPT FEARED 1X1.VDON, April ff er disorders are feared in Styvl. A dlvltlun oJ British troops are on their way from Dobruilju to reinforce the troops of AHenby, the special high commissioner I to Egypt, and to retieve a large naniber of Australian soldiers who will return home. 1ME OF Mr. Lloyd George denied that he trying, lo escape the declarations he made during the general election campaign. The declaration regarding making Germany nay, he declared, had lieen concurred In by all the party leaders. The premier said he had not come lo the house lo nsk release for any pledge he had given. "1 am hero to eay that every pledge we hcve ni'Hilo IB Incorporated in the premier said he was going hack to if the wanted him to go. Who went, he declared, must PUW.C.2S. ho contend, Hi tV? SErtS _____ The premier sharply crlllclKd cer- a _ _ pren Uin. newspaper attacks tliat had been made in connection with the peace con- ference, v ins; "When this kind of a disease is car- ried to the point of sowing dissension between treat, allies whose unity is essential for tbe peace of the world, when an is made to make France dlstiust Britain, France ;to and America to dis- like France and Italy, not even that kind of a diaeue' is justiticd for so black a crime humanity. A at "TTiey itlU" believe in France tliat the Times is a swlous organ. They do not know that it Is only a llirae my edition of-tlie Daily Mall. On continent Chev Will think that (he Times is an "official organ oC the gov- ernment. This sb'dws how long It takes nsuxacn Zaai-Buk IB the eh o tee of tht eood is rtllablr She knows that money spent upon Zam-Buk Ic well spent because tbii famous balm do s what la claimed for It, Then again, Zam-Buk li econ- U is all and la RO highly refined and con- small quantUr of It li moie effecttTft lhaii many times that cuantHy of ordinary ototment reatflee, It Trill not deteriorate wlti teoplng, retains its Btrenjta atd purity to the very last. Zam-Bult ihoald kept htndr In the whera thtr'a are children for cuU, burn, scalds, eczema, raihtB and sorw. 3 for all these traditions to die." Referring to the necessity of return- ing to paths of peace and reducing ar- mameuti, the premier Bald that the forces of the country which had kept Kurope In armi for 40 ye'ars were to he reduced "to an army which would be only adequate enough to police her itlea and protect her commerce. There vere suggestions that there might be' a recudrescence in Germany, That vas not danger, Mr. Lloyd Georgo only with difficulty could QcTmanjr raise men to pre- serve Border. The danger, he laid, iras of tlift' world E 'a real danger- Urge parts of Hussia liad no hand the sharnc-ful act and were in revolt against the government which plgni'd it. 'They raised arms at our instigation and largely at our ox he added, "but Ihcit vi-as absolutely sound mill-! tary because without those or-i ganizalions Ilie (lenuans would have all the resources which ivoulii j have enabled thtm (o break the block- ade. Dealing With Bolshevism conlinueil lhe prem- ier, "had threatened to impress by force of arms its Uomluatiou over those populations which had rtTolted i against it and it would have lieon an act thoroughly unworthy uf any grt-at land to say lo those populations; 'We are exceedingly obliged to you; you have served your purpose and wo need you no and have left iliem to the Bolshevik troops. It is our duty, since we asketl them to lake this step, to promise them support. are not sending troops, because itussian Ihought that it Hussia were lo by re- deemed she must be redeemed by her own sons, and they asked that they bo supplied with the necessary arms." Tbe premier said ha did not consid- er that this was u departure from the fundamental principles of Great Bri- i tain of not Interfering in tho internal j alfairs of any land. He continued: Just as cf a building is foundations, wlrifl mteotkm of Uii'.'e famous walcbm. At ud op Community Silverware The name irnpllw beautiful durable and cutlery. As i special fMluro offer a 24 piece 1 il 7C at I't.iy NOTICE to the Public WM mwd pl 'in UK.n mplr. Co.'t kuilnw. hi It I. Mr IfrUntlon lo carry an MKk wftcho >nd mr. by mttt rtlUblf. (tiwwn. hive many >n und.r will ef UM t. m.k. arrivM rari. m th. nvn pTM.ffl In 'rtvm tW iww arrival, at Our MMto: 'Rtllible m.r. ohma'IM mlrilmitn arlen, With manlmwn W. Mfalilly Invit. you V tar fleck next time you are ato. M, FOX co, WRIST WATCHES We sbow an extensive selec- tion ot these popular lime keepers. We feature these tuj low as C'A EASTER JEWELRY Charming additions lo the new Basler gowns at prices Ibltt make i fitrorig xppeil to fem- inine fashion lovers. Niw Enrrlngt.. up Novelty Ring., up bavalHcrcs, Brooches lyitl PendanU In fie latent ntyles. THE EMPIRE JEWELRY CO. FIFTH ST. SOUTH DALLAS HOTEL BLK- FOR THE GUMS For We are agents for famous McGregor hand forged Golf Clubs of Dayton, Ohio. No better clubs on the market; also Golf Balls. Suit Cases, Trunks and Bags, jack Knives, Razors and Sporting Goods. For Baseball Players! We carry a large assortment of Baseballs, Bats, Catcher's Mitts, Baseball Uniforms, Tennis Racquets and Balls. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE BEST. The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. MANUFACTURERS OF HORSE FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES, LEATHER BELTING AND FOR SPORTING GOODS. Phone 764 306 Fifth Street S. Dressing Up For Easter With spring in the air and Easter craning, with the windows full of new styles and fresh fabrics, most men feel the lure of new desire to dress-up and jstart off fresh The big question is what to where we come a big selection, with live new styles, col- orful patterns, something to fit every one of you in a Hart Schaffner Marx suit, or in a Fashion Craft suitor overcoat. They're all wool, well tailored, guar- anteed to satisfy. Style Features for Easter There are waist seams in suits, single ind double- breasted, slash crescent and vertical lapels. Two and three button sacks in rich all-wool serges, ox- fords, worsteds, cassimeres. All sizes. to Your Easter outfit would be incomplete without a "Florsheim" Shoe we have just received a shipment of the finest styles ol the specially for us by The Florsheim Shoe Company They are ready in and look them over. We're proud of them and you will be proud of them too when you see them on your-feet. Florsheims are style for' men 'who want perfect fitting shoes that have the snap of the times. See them have just been styles to select from. Keel Home of Hart Schaffner Marx and The Flotsheim Shoe ;