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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT Tlir. I.KIIWIUIHIK DAILY MEUALt) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Announce Full Draft of New Covenant Nations (COXTJXCKU KKO.M body of delegates or oi the executive council. Tho expenses of the secretariat shall be borne by the ut ihe league in accordance with th sloii shall be constituted to llie on the execution of the prj- visions of articles VIII aiul on mili- tary aud naval questions generally. Article X. The high contracting shall plan? for the mem of a permanent court ot iuicr-i national justice anil vwrt shall, when established, be competent to !iear and determine any whicls the parlies recognised as suHabltt for lo it for arbitration uuiier, foregoing article. 1 To Executive Council t Artie.'e XV. If iherv shuuU arise pi ihe expense ot tho internal- parties shall under lake to ional bureau of the universal pastal preserve as against external union, sioy, the integrity and fiiat- Artlcle VI. Representatives of ins political tmtrpendexice of all liigh contracting parties and ot tbes? siau-.-niembers of ihe league. In case of the league, when engaged in the of any such aggression or in case ol business of the shall enjoy any threat-or danger ot such eagres- iHplouaUc privileges "and immunities. the executive council shall att- end the occupied by the vise vipan the means oi which the ob- league or its ofhViais or by represeu- Ugaiicm shall be fulfilled. tatives attending its nieetinss shall 1 Threat of War enjoy the benefits of extra territorial-j Article XI. Any war or threat ul ily. iivar. whether immediately p.ftViTing Adrrilssicn of Others Article Admission to ct the htgh contracting partita depute limply to to rupture) which is not submitted to arbitration] as above, Uie high i-omr.tclifts parlies agree itwt lliey will refer tbe matter to the executive council; either party 10 the dispute way give notice ol the existence ot the dispute to the secret- ary-seueral who will make all neces- sary for a lull investi- ?alion aud consideration Ihereof. Kor this purpose ihe parties agree to niuiiicate to the secretary-general as soon as possible statements ot their case with all the revebnt papers and lha ejseiruiivo There arc territories. as South- west Africa and certain of the South Vacliic Inlands, which, owing to the sjiarseoess of their population or their small site, or their remoteness from the centres of civilization- or IhcMr geographical contiguity to the mandat- ory state, uutl oilier circumstances, can ba best a'JnimUlcred nudfr the of the mandatory-states as integral shall be forthwith filth U'o secretaiy-geueval A'on as published by bat no'such, treaties or international ,-n gasmen l shall be binding until BO Bfr Initial Press Conference To Be Held in Autumn cf 1920 LON'DOX. Feb. iCanadiau As- sociated council of Uie Kmpire 1'rt'is Union today resolrcd to Accept the invHation from the IXnmu- iou of Canada to bold the nest imper- ial press conference there Iu the early autumn of The original idea was to bavo a_ in Canada toward the end] way direct the publicaliou thereof, of Wales wo Where '.he efforts of ihe council I portion'of th lead to the settlement of live dispute1, fins. guard a above mentioned in the inter- jests ot (fie tudigutious Iu every case of mandate the man- datory siate shall render to the league uu annual report iu retereuco to tho territory committed to Its charge-. The degree ol auihority.'control or ailmlfllst ration so exercised by tho mandatory slate shall if not previously agreed upon by the high contracting parlies iu each case lo explicitly de- htifrJ by the executive council in a special ael or charter. The hish contracting parlies tur- rtc Snot, la hereby a o! (a slaleiwm be iuiicai- the nature o( Ihe t aui Hie of stales not signatories to the concern to the league, and the hish t _w ._, _____ corenani snd not name-I in the pro-1 contracting parties reserve the ris'-'t i lerms of ihe settlement togt.hcr with tbcol heretofor aa stated to be invited to tafce any action that way be ieeuied j espi.mauous as may be approp- to the covenant, requires the absent effectual to safeguard llie j rjaTO ]f uie tuspute has not of no: U.-3 than two-third? cf the siates peace ot nations. a report by the council shall in thn body of ileleeaies i U is hereby also declared an! agreed i be published; setting fonli with alt nd be limited to fully seiJcov- to be the friendly right of each of the i necessary facts anJ explanfttlotts tho includins domitiiyn? i coulracting'parties to draw the j recommendations which tho of this, year, when perhaps the of would be there to open new parliament build rccejVD became dear. that. Qj' __ assist Ihe league iu ensuring tlio oli a (hfl ld- CIaollll5 impossible, to get realli lsr o. representative, tailoring of Ihe em- of the ,Cfms ot plre'a to undertake the journey' ulrjes so soon after tho peace conference. The contracU, and with other momentous matters win emleavor to socurc under imruedltKo consideration, malnlalu fair ami Immune cciiiUI The gathering will Include for Axomen aml children. IhjB aifd s-! aueniion of tho body ot ilelegates or brnins i-ountric end coloc'.es. No state shall be admitted to the ot the executive council tq any _circum- JragU-c unless it is able to give effec- stances affectinj live guarantees ot its sincere course vhich threatens to disturb in- South think Just and proper for the scltle-1 meat of the dispute. Ii the reporl is unanimously agretd lo by the mem-1 b bers of the council olher than iIiie of from Great Britain, AU5-iboih in tliclp own iu New Zealand and possibly. t.ouolrles to tljeir rommwcia. Africa. 'arid Industrial relations eilend; anil _. to that end agree to establish as part reglilerjd n n uud as U V liim. and U. I It. p League shall sev- 1 eral'.v contribute to the armed forces ____ __ to observe iutcmpiioiial oMijations peace or the good under- to the unless it shall conform 10 such siaiidins between nations upou which j iractins parties agree ilut they will principles a.? may be prescribed "uy depend. (not go to war with any party wliicli the league in regard to its navsl and I No Resort to War j complies with the reconstuemlaiious military forces ami armaments. Article XII. The contracting parties and if Any party shall refuse BO Article VIM. The high coiuracUr' agree thai should arise be- 1 to comply the council Fliall propose ipartici recogaiie Uie principle that iween tueai which cannot be. adjust- 1 measures necessary to give effect to the maintenance ol peace will require Pd .by the ordinary processes of j thc recommendation. If no such re- reduction (words of national anna- diplomatry, they will hi no case resort pore can bo made it shall be ths duty.011 UIUier ltus in orcter 10 lo be used lo protect ihe covenants ot the league. Support Each Other Tde hish contrscllng parn'es agree. further, ibat the.v win sup- of the organiiaion of the league a permanent bureau of labor. Article XX. Tho high contracting parties agree ihat provision shall be made Ihrough the instrumentality of Ihe league to secure anil maintain freedom of transit and equable treat- Article XX1IK It .'hall be the right ol the bo'.Sy ut delegates from time to tlute lo mlvise Uiu' reconsideration, by itutes-metuber-i ol the league, ol Ireat- les which have become Inapplicable, other International conditions of which ihe contluuiuco may cud anger lliw iicACe of the world. Abrogate Treaties Arlicle XXIV. Tito high contrai-tlnc parlies severally ayroe tliat tho pres- ent rovfwuui is accepted as abrojiallii..; .11 infer-sown which are inconsistent with (he terms thereof and solemnly engage Ihst (hey will not hereafter euter into any engage- ment inconsistent with Ihe terms thereof. In caso any of !ho'powers signatory herc-lo are subsequently ad- utittoit (o Uie leapue jhall, before be- coaiiuy n partner to this covenant, have undertaken any obligations which aro inconsistent ihe terms of Ihis covenant it sbull be ihe duty of such power to lake Immediate steps to procure its release from such vli- Hsalioas. Article XXV. Amendments to tlila covettatu will take effect rai. by the states whose and by three-fourths of the states whose represeniatnes compose the body of delegates. VAXOOITVKK. caurt of appeal luvfue handed down Jucltc- nenl n-Jwling tbe of C. Xovlusuu asuinst Uie tonvkllon by Judge Cayley of having accepted a bribe of while a Canadian Pacific Kallivuy cur conductor from two Thlel detectives for Lelus allow- ed to (ravel between "Calgary and Vancouver witlioiit paying their fars, Xovlnsou Inmu-dlately lo serve liis senlency of (firee months' Impris- onment aud must pay or servo nothtr tiireo months. Tfao other result uf the court of finding was tttat A. A Xevlu- and F. Luuder, two oilier sleep- ing car conductors who were proceed- tj.l ai Uie same time, pleaded guilty before Judge Cnyley yesterday and were each fineJ PANIC IN HAMBURG port one another in the liuancitl and I meut for the commerce of all slales- economic measures which may be lak-1 members of the league, having in miuil en under this arlicle. in order to mill-1 among other Ihings special arrange- imize Ihe loss and inconvenience- re-; mcnts wth regard-to the necessities several governments what military ors or ihe recomuiei-dation of.the ei- equlpraent and armament is fair council. reasonable in proportion to tie scale! ju any casa under this article the ol forces laid down in ihe program of' axrard of Ihe arbitrators shall be made ferred io the body ot delegates at the disarmament and these limits when Within a reasonable time and the provisi Disputes With Neutrals provided that such request must be made within 14 days after the sub- ot ihe dispute- la a case re- putes between one state-member ___.... provisions cf this article and of article jth? leasue and another state which is of the executive IxH relating to the action and a member of the l5asue or-bc- raade within six of the executive council shall apply, to itvreen mcmbers the the action and powers of tile body of ed under control of league. delegates. Act of War tbe agree that the siatc or not mem- bers o! the league shall be invited to idoplccl stall not be exceeded with- recommendation but ihe permission of tha executive conocil shall be i-DUJiril. months after the submifsloti of ihe The high contracting parties agree' disputes. ihat the manufacture by provincial eu-j Arbitration terprise oi munitions and implements' Article XIII. The high contracting pf ivar lends itself to grave object- parties agree that whenever any dis- JODS and direct the executive council pute or differences shall arise be-, us n, _ io advise how the evil effects attend- tWeeb them -which they recognize to thereby ipso facto be declared lo have j executive council may just, and such manufacture can be be suitable for submission to arbitra- "fon acceptance pi an) nnita- Artiele In Ihe event ol dis- Article XXII. The high contract ing parties agree that every treaty or intemalional engagement entered into hersafler by any state-member ot the The above draft has not been finally adopted, and is subject to revision. HUN TO EARTH CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. Or. R. Bey, former vali of Dlar- bekr, accused of complicity In Ar- menian massacres, who recently escaped from custody, was run to earth by the Turkish and shot himself the head to avoid is reported. 1 L? O AMSTERDAM, Feb. is n panic in Hamburg as a result of. by bands of operating throughout city, according to Berlin dtspatch- es to the HandeUblati. Sore Throat, Colds By ALL EMBARGOES LIFTED JlO.VTIiEAK Canadian Pacific Hail way nil- uouuces that all embargoes ou freight have been li.tcd. Wizard Oil is a itnipli and cfEcclivt trcitmcnt Tor sore throat and client cold? Usei] as a gargle for sore throat il brings quick relief. Rubbed on tht chest it of len loosen up a hard, deep soiled cold m one night How often sprains, cuti and buriij occur in every family, as well ns Mule troubles like earache, toothache, cold sores, canker sores, neck, and tired aching feet. Soothing, healing Wizard OH will al- .vays bring quick relief Get it from druggists for 30 cents. It not satisfied return the bottle and ff 11 ILUI iCLlllll I get your money back. Ever constipated or have stcfc headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant JiltJe pink pillf, 30 cents. Guaranteed. Article XVI. Should anv ol the high ihe oHigattons of membership j contracting parties break or disregard in thc for tha purposes of such i tenants under article XII. It Ehall disPute' condittoos as the, leainst i uf'on acceptance of any such inv if-mi.1 Itfon: tim above1 provisions shall be tpsgue, i r. .._ ments of war necessary for their safe- arbitration to which the case is re- served shall be the court agreed by The high conlracting parties under-' the parties or stipulated in any con- lafce in on way to conceal from between them. The fiber thp-.condilions.ot such ol their high contracting parties .agreed that Industries: as arc capable of "being they vVill carry ,out in lull good faith adapted io yrarlfte -purposes the any award that'may ba, rendered. .In 'scale of their armaments and agree the svent of any failure to carry ou: that there shall be full and frank in- ths award, the executive council shall tercbange ot information as lo their propose what steps can best be laken iaaval and military programs. Article IX. A permanent commis-, I to effect theretp, Arttclt XIV. The executive council ol M mttrcourse between their nat- council shall Institute ionals and ol the covenant- lnto circumstances and breaking slalii and the prevcntin the prevention of all financial, c and ai the dispute and recommend om- stePs lo bo seem io bs best marcial or personal ititercmirsc be- j and effectual. tween the nationals of the covenant- i In the event of a power so invited breaking state and ihe nationals of! refusing lo accept; the obligatiGns of any other state, Mother a member of 1 membership In thftrleague for Iho pur- the league or not. pose of a dispute, which in the case It shall be the duty of the executive 'ol a state-member of the league would council in such caae to recommend i constitute a breach of arlicle XII, Ihe what effective military or naval force rite SAT'DAY SPECIALS PRIME BEEF, PORK MUTTON _ r_____ _ _ _ TRY SOME OF OUR CHOICE LAMB FOR SUNDAY DINNER Also Turkeys', Geese, Ducks, Chickens, Fowl. Experimental Farm Eggs New Laid per doz. Foil Line of Fresh and Smoked Fish DELANY'S MEAT CO. THE HOME OF HIGH-CLASS MEATS PHONE: OFFICE 452 PHONE: STORE 452 provision of article XFV shall be. ap- plicable as against the state taking i such action. j If both parties to the dispute when i Invited refuse to accept the oblig- loas of membership in the league for ie purpose of -.such dispute, the tx- cutiTG council may tafce such action nd make such recommendations as ill prevent hostilities and will result i the settlement of tho dispxite. Article XVII. The high ig parties agree, that the league shall e entrusted with general supervision I the trade in arms and asnmuniUon th ths countries In which tho con- rcl of this traffic is necessary in tko oramon interest. Colonies Arlicle XVIII. To those colonies and rritorios which, as a consequence of tie late war, hare ceased to be under he sovereignly of the states which ormerly owned them and which are nhablted by peoples not yet able to tand liy themselves under the siren- ous conditions of the morlem worlrt, here should be applied the principle bat the well-being and development st such peoples form a sacred triist o( VrUlzatfon awl that securities for tho performance of this trust should te embodied in tho constitution oi tlio cague, The best method ot giving practic- al effect to this principle Is that the utolage such peoples should be entrusted to advanced nations, who by reason of thslr resources, their ex- perience or (heir geographical posi- ion can beat undertake the roaponsl- lillty and that this tutelage should be accepted by them as mandatories on belfllf of the league. j The character of mandate must lifter according to tho slate of tho de- velopment of the people, the geograph- ical situation of the territory, its ccon-. omic conditions anrt other similar cir- cumstances, j Certain communities formerly be- longing io the Turkish empire have reached a stage ol development whcrn their existence as independent nations can be provisionally recognized, sub- jert to the rendering of advtcc toward development and assistance by a man- datory power until such time AZ they are.ablo lo stand alone. The -wishes of these comtnunities must be a prin- cipal condition in the selection of the mandatory power. Other especially those of Central Africa, are at such a Binge thai the mandatory must be respons- ible for tbe administration of the ter- ritory euMcct to conditions which will guarantee freedom of conscience or religion, subject only to the mainten- ance of public order and morals, tho prohibition oi abuses such as the slave trade, the arms traffic and the liquor traffic, and the prevention of the fa- tabUahment of fortifications or mili- tary or naval banes ftml cf military training ol the natives for olbcr than police- purposes, and the defense of territory ami wiil a I so secure equal for the trade aurt com- merce of oilier members of tho league. NewSpring.Styles in Clothes that Appeal to Men Many attractive patterns'to choose'from. Made up in some of tHe latest models! Your inspection invited. FRED. THAELL 315 Fifth Street South BRITISH LABOUR'S MESSAGE TO CANADIAN WORKMEN BROUGHT BY THE NOTED PETER WRIGHT One of the foremost of British Labor Leaders, and Chairman of the Seaman's Union', Mr. Wright Will Speak in WESLEY AUDITORIUM On the Evening of WEDNESDAY, February 19th AT 8130 SILVER COLLECTION TO COVER EXPENSES Auspices of G. W. V, A. and Rotary Club. ;