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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETimnnxJE UAIIA HERALD. TUESDAY. APhlL 29, 1910 HlmiSM PEACE IREAIYREQUMS GIVE UP EX-KAISER SO II HE MAY BE PROPERLY MB 1 of ;UeJ publiciy uruign William lha ijiiuv. Ceiuiift for "a II. vt Hohenzollorn. ionuerly German AupnHU''' oHouse 1-ruperor, uoi for au against morality and ihe sanetil> of criminal law, but for A supreme of- has brru iK'UrmiufMl upon by tho against lateriiauoual morahljr A Trail Across the Rockies Italy and Japan. The stau1 department ami- of f've Judges, appoint- ed by each of tbe toH owing five'pow- ITiiUt'd Stales todav proposed -nicies for iusenkm tbe peace treaty to considered Amenea. (.real bntam, I ranee. tliis a.'ternoim bv [he peace confer- 1 aml .rn.rv session for -I" discussion Iho tribunal ..i i p.. the irfol of Willijm II. uC guided by me Highest motives of leiu also reqiiiriog Germany to International policy. with a view lo .kUverall Derails. witliiu its borders T.Indiculmg tie solemn obliealKMisui pe: tJiargoi with ''having cietviPLHl acl iu1 violation of ihe laws and cucton ol, war'1 for before mil lary cf billed uiid ass liatod wfcoae nationals sy lered through surli tlii? PS.-.ICU ooiifc'rencc com mi ou the war solved its ni weighty problem. Tho rlepa. rim tnt's ana ounce-men t of solution iViH ret-Divc-iI here undertakings und the validity of international morality. It; wiii its duty to fix the punishment; which i; considers should be imposed, j "The allied nntl associated powers wilt address request to tbe govern-j mem of The Xe.iherlan.i3s tor the sur-! wnder to them of the cx-eiiuperor inj be may be put on trial, j -Article II.: TLie German govern- ,ent, not Imvlug iusuryd tie uunisb- 11 (1) In the Sinclair at the Gate. (2) Fordiaf the -Venaillien River. The first trip through ine Can: Rockies was made by Simpson' Sir George I r.ol lflflo our trip. How-1 tains. Ihe common f cog ear of ever we found a ford where vre did same snow wreiAi-c. tbera IT LM; htWlo svlia our horses, i remarkable differcucd of lenipern- the banks of lure ihu the source ot the Cotnro- i-wlly wiiii surprise, because it wall meet of the persons accused of hav-1 kiunVa thai S-K-Evlary 1 exercised arts in violation of (lit JIPTI of imd of anv to brinsr the sons will be brought hcfore military foniK-r luteraaUoaal 1 tribunals by ihe.ttlliod ami associated tribunal. uml :i fouurt guilty, sentenced Mr. 'Laniius cjnlc-yJoii there was j tbe punishments laid down by 310 law- by wkVrf such an offender tmilliinry law. could lie Veachoi by conference I "'Tlie German 'government snail i and it would be conVniry to the MI and over to the allied and associated sti'tution of the Catted State- for tbe powers, or to sui-li one :is shall so re- i Vfiited tlelvgitlcj v.) partM-1 quest. aU persons accused of having; aiate in tbe erection of n son o' iii-jfomHiiuei! an nci in violation of the L u-rnatloaa! ei-posc Iscio law. At the laws and customs of ivnr, ivho are lime, bon-erer. it was proposed iJ either by name, or by tha charge criminal and military o'.fenses.' rank, office or employment whica they The isinsed t'ae bt'W uuiler the German authorities. department fellows: "-Article 111.: Persons guilty of are the arii-! criminal acts against the nationals of vies roEanlins penalties for insertion i onu of the allied and pow- ID tfie treaty cf he considered I will be brought befuru tho juili- :it a plenary session of ihe conference tary -tribunLii of that povrt-r. tMonday at 3 o'clock p.m. Hatis time: j guilty of criminal acts i; -Tbe allied and aesoci-' the nationals of more than ane of the allied and ers will be brought beiore military tribunals cumposeti of members of the Vti L tribunals cf the powers COE- "'Jn every tho accused TviU j emitled to name his own counsel-1" IV.r The German gov- j eminent undertakes io all ducnments and information of every I kind, the proJuction of'which may bfc cor a mere i to insure tfie i full knowledge of the incriminating act. the inquiry, ot offenders, the just appreciation of the VLADIVOSTOK. March The Siberian army needs un- derwear uuil the twven-i that be have a uniouu plan fur priH'SiliiiK i iS -wearing apparel. In brief, ibis j MimiuHi is coiyscrlplton of underwear. Tho uu'.lc of the city j ordered to provide Uir'i'Iothins on the. following scale: Those enjoying a salary of to roulilos a month must supply 1 SOT, who earn from l.OOo to 1..10U -roubles a month arc usked for two sets. From io roubles the tax la a sets, and from roubles upwards, 4 sets. Owners.or real estate and commercial and industrial firms liavo to furnish uuilerwrar on Iho ?amo scale; according in the income of their Imtiuess. A BCI of underwear consists of one shirt, ono pair of out1 ot SOCKE, ami ISTO pairs of foot- 'rags. April euraiico todny that the Dominion gov- erumeiu Is coming lit au Important iloi-Uion on ibo question of the Jlui- torttcs Within llio next few days, the Winnipt'ij Great Wur Veterans' -Ast-o- ciiition decided to withhold immediate a i-i ion uti its uUinialuiu that afii'i' sevpu Jiiys it would call a nv.'ettng of d'.izens to appuint a to gu to io get. correct infor- mation us to whal "Internaiional com- plu-ittEoiH" may be imtidpultAi if (be Dominion refusi's io tiuiiiit tbo sect. McDonald of Lachine, a Ro- man Catholic, is seeking :iunuliuent of his marriage. to Sarah Kv- ;ins, because it was perlDruic-d by Anglican clergyinau. JOYFUL EATING Un'eu your (ood with- out Ihe at ftiaM iKe m it tiktn out brtfc and liring. Ki-noiDS ue wondeiiul in Kelp to the troubled with Pleaunt lo relkf prompt and definite. MADE BY SCOTT t BOW ME HARMS OF SCOTT'S EMULSWN iraveliera leii tbeir record. jipS Fired by Ike ambition to cross through 'this I set owek Not A Blenm rats (hi perfect of hn cox' p'eiion. Permanent M and [emporaiy skin troubles are cifertively Reducw uri' natural co'or arid corrects gitisy skins. Highly antiseptic, bencficUl results for J Oriental Cream "ON THE JOB" ALL The Plate in Your Mouth IN" THE COURSE, oT our practice w? are constantly railed upon to correct ttia- dcfectn and trouble occasioned bry- ill-iitting" improperly coii- plates made, of CCUFPC, claewhere tlfan.ln our own lab- oratories. fJcnerally speaking such plates 5iavc to bo Ihrown away as they ore an absolute Tnenacc lo the wearer. Plates that we make we guarantee to III and give, absolute comfort 'and service, liring your denta) troubles to (ear or 20% REDUCTION 7 HIS Dentistry We Pfictue It a Geatle Art. Drs. Brnner, Richards kelson Hifh Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott ML, 4 Uttbridgc Htte (By W. H. Play fair, official corrcs- jlontlent with the Canadian Forces in VLADIVOSTOK. :Marcli oiiler to demoristrate to Russians Canadian equestrian sporEi, the C. E. F. (Siberia) will hold a gym- fchaua on the Vladivostok race track the afternoon of Saturday April 10, in which western cowboy stunts will be staged in the same hill with the usual feature? of military horseman- ship. The N'orth Vfcst Mounted Police will be responsible for a large part ol the program, but other mounter! units wilt also enter teams. The bill contains the following evenU: ride, platting the may pole, tent pegging vritli gwordsi and lances, wrestling on mules and horses races; musical chairs, bucking competition, roping display, picking uji the handkerchief, and lug of war. To vary the thirrg humorous features be introduced. One of the latter will be a droshky race, with Canadian offic- ers driving the Russian vehicles. The committee io charge of the sports includes ('ol. D.'TJ. Young, Can- adian Ked chairman, Col. Tas- chereau, director of Veterinary ser- 1 vices; MaJ. Worsley. commanding the X. W..M. P.; Black, C. A. H. H.; Capt, Lou F. Scholcs, brigade j sports officer, JCtii Infantry Brigade, and Capt. W. E. I'layfair. NEAGAJtA FALLS. a Niagara X. V., theatre tho other, evening there ivas a clover hit of repartee. Pictures of the American troops in France were being shown on tbe snieeii. arc the somebody in tho audience call- ed out. Immediately there came In a well modulated voice from a back Seat. "Holding back the 71uns while the Yanks wore getting their pictures taken." WINNIPEG: Ajirir _ may be wiitioiil street ears on: Thurs- day. A. biiaincss agent of the street car men's union, declared lhat lhat it would he taken on Wednesday if an agreement is not reached.'atit! in all likelihood it would become ef- fective ImineillaffMy. Negotiations are proceed in tho men aidl the company. Tue hitch Is the sed sliof1 which the an; firnily holding out for. VLADIVOSTOK, March nenaUiea have been by the Russian military command on Ihe Ekaterinburg front for drunkenness among officers and men of the new army. An order recently promulgated by Gen. Oaida, commanding the KihWian army, slates that drunkenr.eis is on the increase, and that officers and functionaries are frequently met on Ihe Erects ami in puniiu places in drunken condition, declare that "this practice must ccaso Drunken officers and functionaries arn to-be arrested anil courtirartialcrt at once. Officers and officials may ho given up to five years penal scnrkuilt1, Soldiers guilty of drunkenness and violence may be shot. All are to bo announced in tbe newspap- The Royal Bank of Canada fncorporated t869 Head Office V -.Montreal .Capital Authorized Capital Paid Reserve Funds Tolat Assels Over President, Sir Herbert S. Hoil. Vice-PresMent ami Managing Director, B. L. Pease. General Jlnnnger, C. E. Xeill. Supervisor of'Central Western Branches, Kouert CaiupbclU- Savings caro given to Savings Accounts. >vhich may bo aliened by depositing and upwards at any bruucb. to pur numerous branches throughout Cnnydj. arb abtc to nalio collections at :i minimum .cost. SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES Lcthbridge................................ W. A. Parker, .Manogcr Magrath J. K. Atliinson, Canlston................................... W. H. Jk-Kay, Jianager Taller'....................................... G. Dickson, .Aiiiniger CALOAKY KOWOWTON ALBERTA EIGHTH AVfWMP r CR1STALL A, T. TAWC, Jngercoll, becoinfio assistnot. managtr. of ttie main To- ronto office ot the Jtoyal Bank. Tlic OnlarJo Provincial'liberal Con- vention has been 20 next. called for Juno 2-3- 1919 BIG SWAN WITH HUN INSTINCTS IS RUTHLESS TO LITTLE PEOPLE OWEN' i.-i Si big an on Uie River Harrison that bccomiiiK qtiily a notorious ch.-irncler. A week or so ago j it was fi year, not, selling price a bushel In country, ritiotfiUons for whoal. Australia, available for export during current crop yccir: sell ing prfco a -busliol In counlry, W-Zl'r War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will cash all War Loan coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any charge whatever for .the service, If you have-not a Savings Account, v.-hy not use your interest money to open one with This Bank I BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1864. I.ETHBRHX3E. BRANCH, R. .1. DINNING, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH, V. A. EHF.RLY, NOBLEFOHD and BARONS BRANCIIUS, M. A.KIM'ATRICK, Mgr. Banking Service banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ft arc naw riyrr. w> me swan and he won't A sleel ami ofcoretc rink in will b.liir al Orilliii I.ETHER IDG E BRANCH R. T. BRYMNEM, WAKNER BRANCH J. U.S. CORDON, MILK RIVER BRANCH J. V. 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