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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'KSDAY, FKimrAHY i> Wfl LK'UUMinGK DAILY (Special Cable from John W. Dafoi.) PARIS. Feb. eCorlts ol tlie conference) this woek will be tliriH'leil toward giving Ung'blo lorm lo the proiocl of the league of iritious. The conclusions of the association, unanimously adopted. Uavn teen trans- ferred to the ,ol the league nations. They rail for the inter- national arbitration of difficulties, for the reduction ol armaments, for (ho inlerdk'Uon or the secret treaties aud 7 the admission to llio league of All luUuns giving guarantees of their in- li'Utiim to observe the fixed by the league. Amoug the draft projects submitted ivill bo ihe Aim-riian proiosal which is understood to resemble iu yen- t'Tiil prhu'lples the Bt'hcruo alroady mailc public by Smuts. There will also be a liratt by Lord Ho Veil (V.'il and nn Interesting niemoranilum hy Jljm. C1. J. Doheriy. the Canadian minister OIL justice, suggesting thot the li-ague mai Misery should oraboily a lijrlta tut; ut i'onRisiiug ,ot nieoiljers floated by the of con- stituent nations, Ijnl for the lirosent siuijily advisory powers. A similar proiinsiuun is to bo made, it known, hy the Socialist anil lubor congress now sitting at Berne. The character ot the. league lias til- been determined In part by the reuchi-i by the groat in the nutlor ot the disposition of the German rolunies. where the working out mul ihe unification o( Uie Reneral jiriotiple devolves upon the lu-ssue The precedent thus set will lio Cnnlicr to expedite the bu- fore the ecmforuue. The league ot nations will becomo ihp executive agent thu foufertnce uud will apply its Thin will necessitate the delegates to tliu peace conference sit- UUR also as members pt iheMirsl criiig of the league of nations anil the bringing into existence of a genius to discharge the (unctions imposed upon U. The will thy? have to take torin as an auxllliry. meanwhile, to the peace conference. One other important consequence ot the decision last week Is that tie Stiitos must a wept the respon- sibility of tho Inter national position 'which it nreupiea. It is no secret hcte that the division ot the late Of r nnn colonies was hy the held by the president of the United titatta, If territories Incapable of self-adnaln- i must be controlled by a pow- er under tho mandate of I ho kague of nations, all the members ot tho league must accept the mandate- whether tills is ihe judgment ol the league or whether is a Irom the people directly concerned, it is highly probable that the United litntea will called to accept llie mandate ivith respect to somo of tlic territories which ore not to be rr-1 turned lo Turkish control, it is set-j ileil that Armenia, Syria, Mesunnlamia and Arabia are to be giv- en each under direction of an advance nation to develop to- ward the status ot self-sovernnieist and Home international disposition ol Constantinople ia to be raads. PAGE SKYliN French Socialist in Congress Also Denounces Bolshevism As Opposed to Democracy UEUN'E, Feb. Thomas, tlie French Socialist anil former mem- ber of the war cabinet, ottered a mot- ion at (he Socialist conlerenec today planing at the head of the program iiuRslions of the responsibility for the war and llic future ot Socialism. The motion "The Berne Socialist conference cons Icier ing that a cataclysm L-rately loosed by.a few-men has in- ilictcrt upon the world nameless cal- amities and threatens to harrow tip civilization ItselE; and declaring, on the oilier hand, that all principles ol a just and lasting peace depend upon the possibility ot founding a society of nations; that Uiere ca.n he no soc- iety of nations without trust anil lliat international public faith would re- main forever compromised if the gov- ernments which have violated il could escape punishment for their crimes nnrt if Socialist chiefs who made them- telves accomplices ol these govern- ments were'not branded outcasts by the Internationale lins decided to 1n- Hfrilia at the head of Its agenda tho of governmental TCojiousubiH- ties in (he oausea of tho war, that of violation of neutralities which has been placfld nmlrr the guarantees of KuropR ami thai of the reapoHsiMily of HorjalJijts. involved. "On the other hand, the conference, ronsideriiiE that the future of Soctnl- ism in the worhJ is threatened ivjtli Hie Greatest' by new (entlRn- ries wiled Bolshevism, derides to lilace in tlift second position on Its ngencla (he role of'democracy In the eat.iWtehmenl of Socialist oriler." A night session waa held, beginning nt S o'clock. White the approprfatfons for exten- sions to the C. P. It. depot at Lctli- bridge this sunuiitr amount only to some there Is a possibility that some extensive alterations may matte in the way ol providing dif- ferent quarters 'for the Dominion Ex- press, thus relieving Ihtf present sta- tion building. The rumor now being circulated Ig that the Dominion Ex- press is considering 1he advlEability of a separate express Oepot at the west end or the park fitrij> :it the west ot the depot. By doing this the express company would he follow- ing the policy helng pursued in alber places where their business Is han- dled in a buUdlog-apart'trom the rail- way Two reasons are 'advanced for the proposed move. One is that the rail- way company space in the depot novr used for expre'is, for wait- ing-room accommodation. -The other Is that the Gver-increasing volume of express has resulted in a'very cramped condition" fa the present express de- partment. ts known that within the past fen- u-eeks officers, pi the Dominion Express Co. liavo been con- sidering the proposal, olOcbls of (ho company having made a number of trips to the H the new biiifttint is ereclc.1 it will be made large enough to servo the city ami take care of (lie increased (raffic for several years. It will also likely he located, if pos- sible, .so that it will not be in an out- oMheway position In case the C. P. II. decides In s fen- years to build a new depot opposite Gait Gardens. It I is for that reason the company is con- jsldernig H location on-the C. P. It. right-of-way just north or the north- east entrance (o the parjc, UMNIAI Arrangements aro being niailc lo poslpcme tho board of trade luncheon to Friday-Of IhJs.wcek in order Hint V, A. McKonzie, the noted war cor re- Hpontlcnt, who lectures at tho'Majestic on Friday'.and Jjniurday ntglits, may lie present lo address llio mtmliOrs, Mr. McKeuzle lias AddrossVng Imnrds of trado and Rotary clnbft throughont'tlio wc.it, and in tills way hns brought home to business men irt nn [ullinnte wny sonic ot !iic sidelights of war Svhlcti will lie useful to them' during the period of reconstnic- tlon.' A delinlto announcement, that llic luncheon, will he holfl Krldnx Is expected tomorrow, and n big rush scats is, expected. COSTA RICA PROTECTS HER BORDERS SAN SALVADOR, F-cb. Costa fllcan government, accord- ing to dispatches received here, is moving troops to protect the fron- tier between Nicaragua and C01.10 ftica, jThc reports say that Cosla fo thi Tinoco gov- ernmtnl havfc'm.idc plans to in- vauc Costa from Nicaragua. AIU3T NOT OCCUPV v i TERRITORY PARIS, Feb. and Czftch Isatiers hava liscn n printed warning by the peace con- fcrcnco not (o occupy Uispirlcd in the province of Tcs- chen, Airstrisn-Silcsla. accordincj to rtn official buff-tin njght. HELP GEI "The city is ready-lo'do all In its power [o further the scheme wbtTcby voumlcrt ntiri malmeil soldiers return- ing to this district may receive hospi- tal nccomnioilaUon In I.ethbridge, close lo Uiolr friends." This statement was to The Herald this movning by Mayor llnrdie In discussing the proposal that Loth- bridge KhouM endeavor lo get the Dominion department to Jnakc a move towards creating solillers' liospltal at- commoilallon lierc-. It is likely thai a meeting will lio arranged sliortly at which A. liu- clunan.'M.I'.. will iccel Ihe Call hos- pllal board (or Ihe purpose or con- slrterlriE tho matter anil learnlne whether any arrangements f.onld be made whereby accominodfltlon could ho provHeil cither hy'building n now wing lo Ihe present Iidepllsl or adding another storey to llie nrosenl slrnc- lurc, LEADING HUH DELEGATE PARIS, Feb. von Ham- mersleln, to a dispatch from Berlin, has been appointed lo Eiittctd Gen, von Wlnterfeld! as the leading delegate on the ar- mistice commission. 70 PREVENT CONFLICT PARIS, Fob. commission of control will ba Immediate- ly to Ttschcn, to nrnvsr.t n conflict between Die Czechs and Ih! Pelca in region c! itJchsn. ami to-Inquire Into Ihr for 4 frontier df at tho e'onferenst. Genuine Part s cost less than the imitation Genuine Ford parts are sold everywhere at prices fixed by the Ford Company. The- same prices are usually charged for initiation or "spurious" repair parts. Yet "Spurious" parts are, as a-rule, made from low grade steel. They are not produced under rigid Ford inspection. They are inferior in quality and workmanship. Then when you buy "spurious" parts, you do not get the same value for your money. But that is not the only loss to the Ford Owner. It costs more to repair with the imitation parts. They are not made to fit with the fine accuracy of the genuine parts made in the Ford plant. Intakes more hours of labor at a high rate per hour to fit "spurious'' parts into the car. Repairs with the imitation parts must, in most cases, cost more than authorized Ford Service with genuine Ford parts. You pay more for the imitation without getting the satisfaction that you know you will get from the genuine. You incur the risk of dam- age to other parts of your car from the inferior repairs. You weaken your Ford. You Invite repeated trouble and expense, There is no need now to accept anything but the genuine Ford parts. Look for this new ______ Service Sign You can now demand genuine Ford parts from any reliable Garage Rendering Ford Service Authorized Ford Service will be obtainable every only from our 800 Ford Dealers-but. from over 2000 other good garages in Canada. Wherever you see the new Ford Service sign you can obtain genuine rord parts. Remember that the Ford Company cannot be held responsible for the performance of a Ford Car repaired with "spurious" parts. To keep in force the Ford Warranty behind your Car, it is essential that you do not allow parts to be used in repairing it. Demand the genuine. Look for the Ford Service Sign. Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited Ford Ontario "S -i irT ForSaleoere 'Can n Mnii CM lo Heaven hy His Own Oooil will be the subject j Krnngellsl Stephens i ;M. arul (Iicro promises (o be rallinr n ivnrm (Imp. it tlui j many milsMora will be present (n hc.ir I the message from Jlici Tom'eM Is lo rally nlghi', j Iho parly are looting for n good I crowd, and an Interesting service 1i FOOD FOR CZECHS PARIS, Feb. food ad- ministration headquarters yester- day announced that the American relief commission had received a shipment of tons of food from -Trieste at Prague for the Czechoslovaks. The Brlllsh and Italian governments arc also ship- ping foodstuffs Into this region. The entire efforts are being co-or- dinated under the supreme food council, with Herbert C, Hoover't direction. 1 ELECT OFFICERS TORONTO, fph. (he annual meeting of me Canadian Thorough- brcil Horso Soclcly ycalcrdar, Col. WtHIsm Hendrtfi was elected honorary John A. K. .Orment and II. Davics vice- I presidents; T. J. McC'abc, secrclaTy- I treasurer. Commander J. K. HOPS. j of Monlroal and D, Kingsinith were afMed (o tits directorale for Die j year. HIS DAY OF WORK "Toxniy Atkins" iilmilcil exemiHion from dinrcli parade cm the ground j that ho was an agnostic. The grant- major an expresplon of. Inno- cent inlcrnst. "Don't yon lielicve in tlie Ton Com- maiKlracillaV ho mildly asked the hold freethinker. j "Xot one, was lhr.reply. J "What! N'ot Ihe rnjo aticut ke ''No. "Ah. well, you're tliu very man I've ticen looking for to scrnh oiit Ihe can- !lts. CALGARY SOLDIER'S SINGULAR MISHAP CAi.GAHV. Scrjtt.-Jlajar -I. it. ivlio a time ago mtl .wltii a strions inishai> in Uelginm TvhlcVi nccessltatwl llio amputation of one ol j his legs according lo'word thai IIAS j in Ciilgary, la mak- in? progress. The acci- dent was particularly unfortunate, and incnirrcfl allcr the armistice hail betn Plgnetl. It appears thai a young sapper ivas shoolinR rais ontslrte of the seanl-major's hut aiul nnc liul- Icts glanced off a stone and piercing (he woodwork of ihe lint 'struck him iinst hfcloiv riRlit knco while lie In bed. Tlie Injury a moat serious one as Hie main arlcry was j severed and tho leg had to bo even- tually nmpntaud. The scrgeai-Vmajor ii known In Calgary, and was. previous lo'ea- listing, in the' skilled railway urn- plcyees' corps train dispatcher niih tlic here. )lc haJ Been in Franco for two years and during the of that time had escaped W- fng wounded anil just on the point of returning home when the accident happened. Ills and family ro- side at 83; Thirteenth avenue west. SNOW IN VANCOUVER VAXCOUVKtl. Tob. tell in Vancouver this morning and tor the first lime IhJs winter the ground .was white. REGARDING THE TRUTH truth ain't allus easy to git said Uncle Ehen. "A ni'an kin some- limes say aumpln' in halt a. minute dat he can't explain In five Washington Star. xi ;