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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XII. iK, ALBEtlTA, TJIUHSDAY, JULY a, 1'Jl'J M'MBKH. 171 ASSEMBLY WILL RATIFY PEACE PACT SATURDAY Alberta Courts May Grant Divorces Llovd George Savs O f Privy Council Upholds the Decision In disc Of Attack no I'arl of Not Concerned FUEXCH. PLEASED OVER THE TREATV LONDON, July privy council ltii( mcrrtlng dfsmltaed the appeals in casts of Walker vs Walker. Board vs Board and (he initia- tive, referendum, reference. Manitoba courts have llie riglit lo grant Imperial privy round) fit 1-onJon today af- firmed this righi by sustaining Ihe judgment of (ho Manitoba tourt of appeals in tlio of Walker TE. Walker. The'province's of At- berla anil Saskatchewan liave. also the, right lo cslabtUb divorce Alberta Joined with Mani- toba in testing the constitutional- ily of lliis claim, and the privy council fiavu (ho snme ju'JginMiL in the western case of Board vs. Hoard, as in llio Walker case. Sa.akutuhewa.il did not participate in Clic privy council proceedings, Lut is ;iftcc tod by tho juclRTuent owing iu similarity ol constitution u'illi Hit? other prairie provinces. The a [Urination of Manitoba's right lo will result "great rusli o! business iu (his connection ill tlu1 t'oijrls, local Iiarriskrs assert. According to J. Donovan, who anyeareil for Walk IT fn tlic original peti- tion Lefora Judge Gait, there are 2'JO to divorce appltrRtlons la VrOSpCU. In clfpniifshiff ihc Appeal in the case ot the Manitoba referendum, Manitoba lias-tot iV.o right Lo direct-legislation, accord- Ing to an announcement contained In [lie cable from London. 'Die Imports1.l prlry counr-ih dismissed ilie appeal of Use MnnUtjoa, rgaveru- menL in tuls connection. The jical was referred 1.0 iho privy council by tht provincial -jultiori- lies in order lo Icsl the coaslhu- (lobRlitr law. Ex-Kaiser Will be Tried Very Shortly COPENHAGEN, July German national assembly will deal with the treaty of peace between the allies and Germany on Saturday and a majority for the ratification of llie treaty has been secured, according to a Weimar dispatch to the Politiken. i r.UilS, July icits n! the agreements between J-Yauce aud Oreat Hritalrt and J-'rQitcc nnd ibc L'nilcd 1 Hlntes were siveu out by Uic furclgu i office last night. [the, agreement between Great flri- tain ftnd France i-flrrcsiiouds that belTVCen the United States anil Franco ivith ail additional provision treaty imposes no obligation upon any uf the doni'jilons of tho llritlsh Em- litre unless njid until It b" approved by ihe parliament .of doniinlou interested. This agreement is signer! by M. Cleinenccau, M. I'icllOJi, David Lloyd premier, aad A. J. 'Balfour, Uritish foreign secretary. Telephone Company Negotiating For Hclurn of Striking Hclio Girls Senate Again Votes "Beer" July sen- it Ic this iifUTiioou volctl down Ilic motion of Sir Taiiies Clovonnnciit lenilcr, j they tlo not ihsisl on their jaipfMulnicnt on ,llic; i bill by a .majority ol" The text of Urn ircaljr between T17 A Iwe' ilic United States IKAUbb Franco ap'd "Con side ring tlml the United Slates I ol America an illhe govcriinicnt llio Krench republic arc c'niaUy anl- by ,T Ucslro lo uninlnln Ihe peace of the Ttorld, so happily restorc'l the .treatj" Signed nt Versailles on June wli'ch yut an end to (lie ivar Ijcgun by tht aggression of Stic Ger- man Kniplrc cml terminated by_ (he defrat ot lliat power; and "CoiiEiderlns ihut ihe Unite A States of Aincrlca -and tlic govcrnrncut ot iho Frcntb rcpubHc are fully ecu- vinc.cd lhal-aiii aggression riirerJed.'hy Germany iagaiiist France -1 would .not only violate ;ai the same time ihcJeUcr niid spirit of Ihc Ver- sailles the fulled States, ami France.are parties, thus ei- pofclng; (o the tntoler- able. Iniruen'o' unproTokcd but tiiat such regression on the part of Gernvnoy would consllluU; an net rc- jmlcd.by the treaty o[ Versailles as being against'all the powers signa- tory to the treaty nnil calculated 10 (rouble the peace of tin wbriri, JuvoVv- Ing iiievitflbly and direclly the slates o[ Kuropc aiid Imlircctly llio entire votld, as expcriunce lias nnipln and aitd "Uonsldcrlny that the United Kiatcs Mccls Mush Opposiliou Uu Musi Be Created To Employ the People TO RETUKN TO WORK VANCOUVEH, B. C, July 3. cuds al 5 o'clock tins afternoon. The slrikc committee nl noon lo- flrty ordered till unions slill oulj lo return lo work al that hour.i litil it is left .willi Ilicitt vholheri r-tlic order or not.} The longshoremen's iinion lias] decided lo re I urn evening; .arrangements being made com- panies to- llfni- c'n'd. H.O., general strike here will- he over, it is HOW generally.imderstoodf Just, aa fioon'ns tin agreement, can be readied regarding Lho basid striking telephone operator will be permitted lo return lo ivork. The telephone oum- pany has announced Its willingness til take back nil the operators who AID struck anil lo ffn'l chiefs and supervisors at' the i for striking of America and the government oMlie I mloof- pay, but" llio girls' union Is lYcnch republic apyirohenrt that the Inlsposod 10 demand lhat these se.. stipnEnllons uonccmlng iha'lcri tank ]1C Eivcn old Jolia In every case oj the Rhine cannot usyirc iminctlStilc- Jy la on ihc one hand, and Lo ihc- United Stales on the oilier, as signatory jjoivera lo the treaty of Vor- rtnillns, -appronr'.alc security mid pro- tcr-iioii; tlic Vnltcd Slates ot America anil Ilic gOTcniincnt of the French republic, having iltclricd lo conclude a treaty to realize these necessary ends; "Woodrpw "WtSson, jircsldcnt of Ihc .rnjlciKSintcs ol Amcr.oa; Uohc-rt secrclary or slate, specially Authorized to that end by WIlEon. president ot the United Slates of America; Georges Clemen CBDH, president ot (lie council o( ministers and minister of wnr, .and Stephen PJ- chon, minister of foreign affairs, spe- cially nulliorizetl to tlml end by Rny- -inonil I'olticarc. nf the Krench have ngrecii upon Ihc following: TTTbo fallowing slipula- tioiis" coTTC-rning llio loll bank ol Ihc Khlne arc contained In (ho pence trenty signed with Germany nt- Vor- ?aIUeR. Julie 2S, uy the United Stales of America, the govcriunenl of the French republic tlic UrltlRh Kmplro. among other powcra. Germapy fs pro- hibited (rom inalnlciliilug or conatnict- Jng clllicr- on Iho lett )iynJ whom hi lo ilstie fewer prescriptions, "Whrt would you regard as a m.ixfmunV ont.-dottor asked. "Ninety per cent of ihe phy- siclahs .who issue prescriptions do 10 a re- plied" Mr. Flflvelle. "The president of Ihe medical council has sug- gested thai 50.a month shoDld be (he limit. Thb board cannot set v limit, but we propose to take action against any phyiiclans who issutxin excess of-200.a month, and'perhaps may reduce that figure." Perssnally Mf. express- erf tht opinion that no 'doctor should give more than 100 pre- icrlptlons a mSnlh. He explained tint liquor should be prescribed In cues of Illness only. US. IE SHE' IS CALLED OFF .Slrady Progress is Reported Through (he and Weather is Good ST. JOHNS WIRELESS PICKS UP SIGNA1X? Uut Union Keels II Necessary lo ('ontinuc the Fieht IratJp IjOXDO.V. Julr BrJMfh air miniatry annouuced today that [L ei peeled the dlrfgible new uj .raid- ucrnn on her trans-Atlantic flight, to reach STL Johns, Nfldf, on raora- d Haielhuvsl Field, Ixme Islanil, on Saturday morning. At fl'.ll AMI X, July air (ninistry received s. report from llie Urittsh dirigible K-34 at B.U ci'clcck ihja mo tiling, Greenwich mean as 5.! UeercGK 'JO minutes nortb. an< 20 degrees TresL1 Thta Is approxi- mately half way to Brltlah warship .sta- tioned In in 14 {All a nlic, reported at red afiiiiist'lho telesrapK cominu. ?-15 Mlta Boning IbaL the under control ol ihe irire admin.-! and the CIltCACiO, -luly statement niercial TcleR-afiliers' Union of Amer- ,ca by organization's, presltlen'.. 5. .1. Kotictikiimn, calling olt Ihe I'on-witlG slrlke, reads in part: "When lhc preseut elrilte was de- clared ies it Ihni test. The strike was to he Ihe final against the unfair and unjust i trculuut We have received sinw An- at thi; hands of lhc vt'ro f -i realized Ihat in order to make this protest .effective, ,ii would be Fsnrr to strike rlentlv- serious to compfel acllon: TSii6