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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TlIE LETIinniDGF. OAllVY MONDAY, JUNE 0, 1019 HUM COPIES REACHED S1AIES! WASHINGTON. June Presides: Vilson In a cablegram received today by Senator Hitchcock. Democrat. Nebraska, said he hoped that Investi- gation by Iho senate foreign relations committee of "now copies ol iho posco Ireaiy reached private intereits In New York would re aic-st thoroughly ITOaCCUled. Tho pre-5iiloiu "said had felt it v.-as undesirable oincially to commun- icate ike ;eil cl.lbe document which Is sliU in ncjollstion ami subject lo clianse. end thai any ono who hai possession of Iho official. Knslisri tcjc: lias whit lie Is clearly r.al entitled to have or lo communicate. Tbis slalemer.l by the pr.'sider.'. belief or oSciais licro ihai he would not comply niiri the of tbe sena'.e lnat it? ireali Ii'it be Mral'hed at this time. Got It All SEV." YOP.K. June The full or the treaty of pe.-vce with :he cen'.rs! j pn'vfri. wliich has lieen Ihe el discussion in the United Stales lor week or more, has been Drousrhi to the United Slates by r'MSK- correspondent ot the Chicato Tribiir.f., anl is being syndicated lo newspapers j in this country in copyrighted sections. I The section appeared today. Mr. Hunt says Ihe copy of the treaty wlii.-li he brought here is one of the GEN. STEELE'S BODY ON THE MELITA MONTREAL. June body of Iba late .Major-Gen. Sir Pa.ni Stee.t. who some liras neo whllo on active ser- vice with tho forces in Enj- land. !i bel'.u broufh: to Can- ada i-iil be uien lo Winni- peg for interment. The remains o. the soUier are he- jug accompanied on the MeM'.a bv Lady Sieelo. U il eipeclei thai the MMUs will reach Hall- fax about June 11. "Fruit-a-tiws" Quickly Relieved Ttils Chronic Troulile SIBEEI, MOMIUU "la my opinion, BO other mealclni fo 10 curative for Cotisltpition tad IndifeitioQ as 'Xruil-a-tivcs1. I iru l saB'trfrfrom Ihtss com. yUiaU for Cue VMIJ, and my ipdc-Dliryoccupstlou, Music, brought ibout t of a-irt najtv Jfiiijcr.tt, Vvjk'hln j gut drowsiness nucff and piin ia thcbacl. I was induced to try Trjit-a-thci' md now for six months I Into been eatirdy A'. KOStNnCfiG. We. 6 for J5.JO, trul IV. At all dealers or postpaid by Vruit-i-lives Limited, OtUwh June There was no chanss Jn tbe strike lituation today and IrscsporUtion facilities wers still restricted. jratts anrt was oblainei in The syndicate of Vasons will present j It is printed fn French and! demands to the employers Ic-day, I Ensiis'J. is contained JLI 415 pajes and I while tbe workers in ihe nary yard; ru'ifs ob'oul 75 000 wor.ls. continue for an R-hc-'jr day. Mr. Hunt says it is quite easy to The negotiations between the metal' oblain Germsu iranMailons of ibcworlers mil ihslr employers were re- Irc-aiy in Germany and ueuual.coan- stimed. tries am iheic have onil'slons and I The heads of the various unic-ns de a-c witnom the maps which his ttat Ihe strike will be ctraliaui-J Inill draft copy contains. 'until their demands are 'ine ofine treaty, as prev- j iouslv published In country. Mr. i Hunt substantially carries Ihe important points of the full treaty nnd. only in a lew places nrc there: he says, occurreil I In ihe section relatins to "-he Saar and in reference to the inter- j national labor organiiations. I Another American correspondent t also secured and mailed a lull copy of, (he treaty, but the Drilish censor held I it up. accoMin- to a statement pub-1 lished in tie newspapers here, wcicti FORCE U. S. SENATE TO RATIFY COVENANT SEW YORK. June States cilitens will insist on bj- tlie senate o( the league of nations covenant, according lo former President Tafl. who, with members ol tbe -v league 10 enforce peace, re- turneJ here yesterday after. touring eleven states in bohalf C1 of tht covenant. C- v ircc in ttie ranks of unskilled workers' of the western Am- erican stales. Knr help in combatting the O. n. U. the government lias nude i appeal Jo Samuel Gompers. nor-1 :n should know belter thnn that, for. j jropers very remote from tho near- mind of labor in his own less than in Canada. The new statesman says it is no j ajgeratlon In saying that with th? j iceplion of these islands last March o English speaking country has coma near Industrial revolution es tho ominlon at this moment. The Spectator thinks the situation as not grown less serious in recent ays, despite the discovery that the ODimunity can do much on Its own bc- alf against deliberate and sustained fltorta lo paralyze its functions and Ukrainian peasants last winter against Polish landlords. According to Ihe Ukrainians, 500 of their chiirch'ei have been closed and SO of them are burned: 59 prlesls havo been thrown into prison, while Ihe cathndral al Chclm hes been seized by- Iho l'oll.ih bishop. CANADA FO3D BOARD MOEN3E NUM1IR 2411 There's Great Satisfaction in knowing tKe cKild- rerv's eirvd eix- Jqymerv-t are beiivd provided for when, you tKercv POSTUM as their Kot table drink OTTAWA. honorary advisory rounrll for scientific and In- dilslrlal researcn has convortcd one of the fellowshlpa established by a Ramsay memorial fellowship lo com- mtmorate Ihe Eervlcds reftdered lo science br ibc lale Sir William n.im- zay. This fellowship win he a one-year nppolntmcnt and the holder will he lo carry on research work In tome chemical laboratory In Oreal Brilaln which bin been approved o( by tho research council. Its, value Is JlSO'j. PRAISES CANADIAN PROFESSOR I-ONDO.N, Juno As- sociated offer to Col. Adams, of the medical corps. Mont- real, ol Iho vlce-chanccllorahlp ol Mverpool University, 11 cordially welcomed by life ilancheilcr Ouar- which rlor-ic'rlhoa him ns A genial ir.an .of know- Icdgft. oulalile bis own subjects. Me may ho expected to exert a Influence on Erowlh ot J.korpaol. incdlctl ichool. MIDDY TIES The newest Idfi just re- ceived Irom York. Thrsg Middy cr Tits irt; different In stylo ami quality to anything you bare seen. The new things first al Jly- Assorted colors auil atiracllre prlcea: 75c and CHILDREN'S i DRESSES A splendid aysorlnieaL of iha uev TV ash dresses (or tbe kiddies. Plaid ginehaius Btrlpcd and com- blnstioni ID and fancy checks. Horn per 9 in platu yhadea or Mhlte pique- daiu- ly dresses in white TYUL lace and Inscrliou; ricge uf colors and 75c to THE NEWEST AND MO IT EX- CLUSIVE STVLE8 ind COLORS DAINTY SHEER VOILE DRESSES la full ringe ot colon in-I deslfne, nil this n 61 ton's tlylei, to GABERDINE DRESSES to FANCY PLAID GINGHAM DRESSES AT NEW SILK DRESSES In assorted colors, made In new attractive styles lor smull women, trimmed contrnsllns Jhados ot Iilald silk SUMMER UNDERWEAR'. Just you ivant you want M- summer un- derwear. For llie ladles have vests In all styles, ivell madD (rtoimeJ, com- liinalions In enrclope style, tight kcee or loose knoo slylp, short sleeve or no sleeve in pink or while vests and combinations. for the children; also a special line nf muslin comblnations for boys from 3 years lo 7 years old. These are easy lo laun der and wear well. Our pri- ces are right: 40c to Wash Goods Wasi gowls havo been selling fast but we aUH'tare a niBgnificent ranee ol daloty sheer vollea. TLese are In un- usual designs and colorings thai make up so well in the styles of today. A special feature of our line Is Lha hujd assortment of ne'.v plaid ginghams. More uew pallerDs In today. Thcso aro-good washing colors and quftl- ity. >fany ot Dicse ntlracllvo new gdodi are oicluslvo Je- 60c to yard Rylands Co. Good-Looking, Durable Stockings You can get long-wearing durable stockings for your boy without sacrificing appearance. We knit good looks into Buster Brown, Stockings as well as long life. You'll find your boy likes their comfortable feel and neat appearance. We use extra-long yarn, spun in our own factory. We knit the i stockings with a two-ply leg and three-ply heel and loe. Only employees with long experience knit Buster Brown Stock- ings. Special training is necessary to knit Buster Brawn quality and durability Into hosiery. Blister Brown Stockings are made specially for boys who are eitra "hard" on stockings.; You'll find they are longer wearing. You'll find they save you a great deal of time formerly spent in mending. You'll find )t costs less to clothe your boy. Sold everywhere. Ask your dealer for Blister Brown durable hosiery. The Cliipman-Holton Knitting Limited HapilHon, nlao nt WcllancI Busnn SISTER'S STOCKIKG InA Tor tfic flrll II tpltfld A li ihvptd Co and wnri TUT BROWN ;