Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 28, THE LETHnnmfiK HERALD PAGE VIVE No British Objection to Pres. Wilsons Plan for With Colonies PARIS, the the jieace coTiference semuled at 11 o'clovk there were prw- tut to the full chlp ot the body. Premier Jlughoa o! Australia, one ol the CWnoee and Bovoral technical ad- Visors on colonUl mattery The council had on Ita program for Indeed, Is now virtually uionopoItxInK ftttcatioa o! the council, which hni summoned rt-preaenUtiies of -N'ew Australia and China into the urhloh confirmed and vrak-h wero ay. repreitirtfeig AU.S- Gemuo New tojay two acsRlcua, of which this tbe Australian Commonwealth, while the IlrstT Hclore it -what had New Zealand claims Samoa. Japan de- ihrezteueU to be a conflict uver the CuroHne groups represontatlon of Homo of the enidlleT of telands. Jos, Siiaw, ot Enebaat, died tt (foil reiuH of an obile wtilcb occurred near (he question ot the freedom of the I Turin on Sunday morning. seas which IK probably the one ques- tion upon which the European dele- gates seek the moat Immediate enligh- tenment as to President Wllsou'e Some ot tbe most foremost internal- loiial experts aUeailLug the gresj, however, seem to be nt Ihe opin- ion that the freedom ol the seas, when drlrlag with bis son when itw car struck rot turael orer. the fatter md son wera rendered un- conscious, the eku'l was frairturod at bate. son rr- corerod In an hour. waV halt mile to a house ami ber'.i the attendance of Dr. levering. the fracture was BO that Tomorrow and mount star. K :m unusually sirens day will witness Jhc first showings ai j photoplay. French and the Culcwlal ot the amazing strliil of L lite and ii-.auuors. Miss niyaterj- "The Jlaud Of j new jnctuc is "Her Final Heck- Oa and Saturday, Douglas KalrbacVs will .be at the Colonial In bis great success "Tho Lamb." The second episode of "The Lure of The Circus" will also be shown at the cmlal on Friday ami Saturday, Come early to get the seaU. AT THE MAJESTIC. reduced to the final analysis resolves injured man never i on some ot tlio imjwrtftnt com- A reported wcrct treaty between j inio the question of what is con- i 4- iseare ef s: lulltees had been rtwircA end Jipan Japan Uio' traband, Blnce freedom of tho seas away by the unanimous action of islands uorth tbe equator the enofcoEnien of the small nations thorn- British colonies south ot the equator selves, and the peace In atands in the way ot the lnterna.tlon- i general aw contltinlng to nioro for- plan, but it la geae rally be- ward wilh a ilegrco of progrcae which Iteted thut all secrot will give ttie members of the council regard as bofoTe the l e ot nations. Tho This light, dry fleecy wadding Applied from ihe boi) to nay acJw, the trouble l it> wjrce, Md quick aiuc telitl. wanuth" In dry, convenient, form. "MOTHER KNOWS" t foel fcrajipy und mean, moliier fccvcr Ecolds: She usually finds my tongue ift white, my breath hid, then wyg, "My Prf Tifcds n I gladly like Catcarcta they lisle like candy. Neil morning t wake up feeling dandy. Do you give your children Cascarcta or castor oil, pills or ctlomtl? never hurt indicating definite agreements at a impression ec-ema to 1e that the dJs- rcastiuably early s peraloa of the German colonies will Attention for Iho moment Is centred lie finally arranged by the fivo great on the plans presentci) by President powers, without reference to the peace (or the 'lulernRUonaUzallon of eonfcrenfc at a preliminary session the German colonial possessions. This, or to Iho various No British Objection J LONDON, Jan.' rc-'crring to discussions of the future of Germany's colonies by the poacc congress, the Paris "correspondent of the Mall i "President Wlleou appears io have I put forward a general scheme whlth nwy Ije termed the Interaallonalin- ItEou ot Germany's late possession. The plan Is not exactly defined, tut in principle it would mafce it mandatory for tho various powers to administer the colonies subject to the control of the league of "British delegates do not object to such procedure respecting tho colonies in Africa, jlthoueh otter uafions, numcly, the, Krench and Portuguese. not acquiesce, and tbe tJmon of South Africa definitely claims Gnr- ina n Sou ih w est Africa. As regard s ihe Pacific, Australia claims New (rutnea and the lJJ3ir.2rcX archipelago; XoirV Zealand claims fjamoa, and Japan desires ihe Marshals and Carolines. Japan also suggests :m equator de- limitation between UrStish and Japan- ese internals In the Pacific." The Jap Treaty The correspondent refers to the An- glo-Japanese secret treaty of 1913, which assigns tho iMftraheJs and Caro- lines to Japan, and adds: "Such possession would be very distasteful to the United Stales and Amorkau people, and Wilson agrees to-this more his power will be seriously Impaired. H IB SUK- that from this cornea his earn- est deinanil for the IntcnvaUottaHza- of all Gorman colonies. It is quite clear, however, that the whole voice of the British Empire at the peace the claims of New Zealand ami the L'nion o[ South Africa j.nd also egress to the retention by Japan of the Mar- shals and Carolines, with equatorial delimitations of Iniluence. was the current opinion tonight that Profidcnt Wilson -would EDC the Justice of Great Britain's claim. He evidence of Australia's in- terest In New Guinea, and this vras quickly forthcoming In tclegram3 carrying resolutions from leading puli- llc men. Australia declares sit ha! lost :r.ors TT.CM than the United States and has had no recom- pense in the shape of n-ar amtracta and that -the nonjKKvsesslon vt the of New Gulnrta would arouse great really nullimg more than the rlgtit of private property tu move upou the seas in lime of war. Discussion ranging around Hie proposition that the league of hritEona shall decide contraband, no that tho shall never be settled by any one of the nations Interested. This, It is thought, may produce a solution of Iho problem. The question of disarm- ament has already heen discussed in its initial phases anU Ihe rulatoil prob- lem of revising International maritime proctlcea will go hand In hand with it Tlius, tiic trceJom ot the Etas and all which bear upon are be- ing approached with consideration for their relationship with one another. The detailed settlement of these issues ivIH probably go ultimately to rqmniiasiuns for investigation anil recommendations such recommendat- ions will come before the league nations Itself. ARABIAN AMBITIONS PARIS, Jan. Fclaal, rrowa prince of the kiiiE'lcn: at jied- jaz. thEs afternoon revived a number of Tho prtat-e sfolta ot the justice of Arabia's claims before the ueaco congress and showed on a map the extent of the boundaries of the projioaM ArflJ) confederation which, lie said. shouM inrlude potemla, Syria and Palestine. AT THE COLONIAL. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT COL- ONIAL TONIGHT Tonlglil will be the bigsesl night iii the IHstory of the Colonial Theatre. for it Country Store Xlgbt. This is the even', when fifty dollars of valuable and useful gifts arc given away free to Colonial patrons, Thft comedy event of tho night win be the giving of P real live uaby? (The secret comes out itie Colon- ial tonight, but anyway. II'R really a HVR On photoplay program will be seen Kitty Cordon and Irving t Theiire, Jan. 31. Jeraldine Farrarin "The Hell Gat" Prices, 20c HERE MONDAY MR. AND MRS. CHARLIE-CHAPLIN, BOTH ON THE SAME PROGRAM. WEDNMDAV. ALL CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEARS ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS .ADM1TTED F.HSfc AN0 ;