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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT__________________ uu'lerlaVoi 10 trine her inslHu I lions Into conforiuity the vrln- 'ciplos of liberty and Justice ani ac- i thai the obligations for tho yruteclloii ot minorities are mai- lers 0.' International concern, orer 'which Ihe league, of nations Juris- diction She assures its complete protection of life an-t liberty to all Inhabitants of Austria without dis- of btrlh. nationality. Ian FROM FIIOXT PAGE) race or relision. toother i---------------------------------------------1 ihe right to the esernse of any allied anl associated powers. The crecj Austrian nationals mid- boundary between Austria and gui olsllnctien ol nice. Isr.gnsse or ihe new slate is to be Sved by a Beld are to be eciual before He mmmi-sion ot avta members, five j law Xo restriction! are -10 be 1m nominated by Ihe principal allied and posej on ,be free use of non-Genual associated powers and one eich by Austria aud Czecho-Slovafcia, Ciecho Slovak agrees to embody :n the LETHimiDGE DAILY 1IERAU) 'i j with Ihe allied and Jisoclat- speech. Nationals ot speech lor ihelr use the courts. Austrian :o r-cial. religious Air Clauie The air clauses are practically tbe lame as In the German treaty, eiceut for and their per- sounel, wblcii Germcny la allowed to retain llll October lo scsrch for mines. Central AustrU agrees nol to accredit or teod any military, uaval or air sloil to any foreign counirv. nor lo al- low AuBtrlsn nationals lo enlist m the armv. navy or air serrlce of any for- TT-Vii o, pn.nb. 1. llh Ihe German treaty, eicept the omission of any provision similar to lhat caJUns for Ihe trial ot tho el- kalser of Gcnunnr. Kletch'tr and Co. 1'reparing To in Ihe FaJl ed'. Tart elShl on reparations is D tne principal BULCU auu I H powers such provisions as may be or linguistic minorities arc 10 enjoy, deemed necessary lo proleit racial, ihe same iirolettior, as other AnBtrtan rWioiu or liniui-tic minorities and nationals it> ".''tS to assure freedom of transit aud equil-l schools and eJLCauoMl c_iau- able treatment Jor the commerce of i t'oaals ol other than German speech are resident, faculties are to be given In schools 'or the induction of chil- dren in Iheir own language and shire of public funds is to be provided for purpose. Tnese provisions do not preclude Ihe Aus- Irian from making the nations. The Eerb-Croat-Slovene Elate Austria similarly recognizes tha 1 complete Independence ot the Sc-rb- Groat-Siovene .stale and renounces Ivor rights and lilies. A similarly ap- "lioinled field commission including a menjbe.r uomiualed by the Serb-Croit- Clovene state is lo fii ihe eisci boun- dary. The question of basin Klagenfurl Is reserved. The Serb of Herman They Klasenfun Is reserved. ne as CroatCloviiie stale agree.' to ft slml- rejanlin- lir ir'ealy for the protecllon of mlnorl- h aty for Ihe p lies and freedom of iransil. Rumania Rumania agrees to a similar treaty ?or protection of minorities and free-! dom of transil. bodleli DT IQ her them are to be .-a _____ under ihc vrolection of the league of nations. PART FOUR Aultria'l Rijhll Outllde Europe Austria renounces 'sll right, titles and privileges as 1C. her own or her Kuula ,i allies' territories lo all the allied and Austria la to recosnlia aid undertakes to 1lie full Independence 01 all ttu terrl-1 measures are taken lories which formed part of the for- r _-_ers in relation allied powers in PART FIVE Military, Naval and Air Clauses The military clauses are reserrad. Naval All Austro-llUDEeflin warships. sub- Part iilnc, the fiuancial clauses, are reserved. Pan ten. economic clauses arc. ex- cept in certain details, such as ship- ping similar to ihose of the German treiiy Special provisions are added, bownver. tor former Austro-Hungar- acquiring an allie-l r.ationallly similar to UioEe in the German treaty relating to the iuhabitanls of Alsace- iheir contracts are made aubjeci io action hy iieir respecllve cncflrnmpnta-N Austria undertakes lo ucognlie. any arreemest or agreement made by Ihe allies to safeguard Ihe Interests of their nationals In .any undertakings constituted under Auitro-llungsrian law which operates in territories de- tached from the former Austrian em- pire and to. Iraitsfer any necessary documents and information in regard to them. Freedom of transit: The clauaos as to freedom of transit are the same in Ihe Austrian as In the Gorman treaty, eicept for the omis- sion o'. tha provisions "affecting Ger- LOV alone and the insertion of spec- ......---------J part of the mer Russian empire. She Is to accept j definitely the annulment ot the Brest-' Lltovsk treaty and of all treaties or agreements ot all kinds concluded ilnce the revolution ot November. 1917, with all governments or pollii cal croups on territory of the former i All Austro-NUDEeiim empire. Tha allies veserre al! I marines and vessels of tie Danube flo- Qernian-troaty. rights on the part of Russia for tiila are. declared lo be finally surren- Tte treaty is to come into force tntlon and satisfaction to be ootained dered to ihe allifd and -associate from Austria on the principles oi the j poveri. present treaty. cruls June A. Kirk- Relieved By for yearA ERSAILLES NOT ONLY PLACE WHERE JUSTICE IS METED OUT world war in a local restaurant the other nltlit, An IritUmin clubbed n French- man, on the head with catiuu tattle, anil Ibe keeper of the restaur- ant and an Italian patron trlcil to quell tie rJol and becams IninlTed. There with him and family arrived from Mooso SIM. where iha'y have been liitus vllh plain satin at........................ 4.00 CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN UNDERSKIRTS BROCADED tiro- called tmderiklrts In paddy, bUclc, mahog- etc., made wllli deep flounce, alio col- tied moire nndcriklrts In plenty of tullnes.i. D6th these llnei o CA nt R popular prlco BILK silk uniler- tHrls In paddri roso and white. Then may La washed. They aro made irlti flounce and lined .with lliht J pr- uning ultlch glTci added wcnr, x BLACK an P.ll'blaefc tindsrsltlrl li rccjnlrcd you can't licat thli line for Talue. Mndo from good quality-of liealhcrntoom with wldo flounce; plentj' of fullneaa and well made In-erery o [Jft way, SATIN aalln ilnclorsMrls. Theio aro the tklrta Oi'at haTe Ihe nppearanco well os the wear- Ine made In hlack, roie, piddj, nary nnd grey; .Trlth elude t je wnlat bind; ItngUbJ it........t.l U NOVELTY BLACK -UNOEMKlRTi These novcity hlack undenklrli from good nuaHtf of black heitliwblaem Tilth nlde pleated flounce of fancy printed healherDloom In. colon; o (JA very neatj all aliea HOME PATTERNS COMPANY NEW SUMMER DRESS FABRICS ;