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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN 1'HE 1JBT11BR1DGE DAILY _ HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 11, Campaign Ss Launched to Popularize League Nations l Lord llooert Cecil, the oiher ?peaXers belns Joliu Robert C'linej. former food. coaVrolltr; fir. Aleisuder Irving, arch-. ,3bcp of Canterbury. auJ .Ur. John j All dwell on ..IT for and populir suppoil lo wake the league a Cecil In tha courts ot a LONDON'. Juae A cimpalga lo popularlteUhe league o( rations waa 'launched list nisht by the British [jreal ovation when he League of '.Vattaas I'alou. Albert jHed. Jltlt was parted vviib a crowd wMcn The principal address was made by vras estimated atmore than ViscounlrGrey. T-hu riscelT'etl a fil, pra- Sport md Scenery 1 in the Canadian Pacific Rockies Bringing bsci laughter and vitality aHer the gloom of war times. Just llw-tri.' alone will banish miles throbjii "Fifty Switeerlands in yo-j can see it all by daylight. Spacious hoteli-and gay serial life at Banff and' Lake'Louise chaleis in at Emerald Lite, Glacier and Sicamous invitinf; at picturesque Vancouver and oM-world Victoria. feasa (it tie laasue. referred President being Tlinroufly plaudecl. A trying Orflinltm LO.VDOX Jure "ll.-I.orJ Hob said tiat nobody would claim coTerJdt o( tha leJSTio erf nations T perfect. "Hut il is a liflns orgaiiUni.' VI a nu continued, "ifhlrh will srow and adapt ,or itsell lo cf.argo thai the Them is a is au organisa- tion which [ivjrs IhD British Ktuplre. bul crilici forcoitsil thai virtually no Iiuportaut decision is possible without the consent of Ihe j ueKS council, in whu'h there- is no probabll-, wouW no( Ity whatever that ihc nritlsb Etnpir STATES IK CUE VANCOUVER. Vin- couier Dally Sun. whose publlcatioa thld morntau nas presents! by the walk-out ot their today U surd the statement on Ihe dispute, vh'ch UllMlens to InrolTe non-appearance ot tbt rxlly this morning Is ihe culmlnattoD dispute nh'ch has been soioulder- 1 pathetic strike 1courar branch proved, mad wtt uachtngfld tt rtt plfuirr MAtlon of the con- on ibe of the qt o( in hafara the plfltiary nssjou and object- ed alrenuoutt.v to dam- es included In (hit convention. This objection taa tWMted IUL0J, pre- principal CAUIBI (or IN one ot I, be YVbfn the ,_j hate, the Van tho Typographical passed a reao'.utton not to Join it, bul to place (u eacu newspaper of- fice a censor lo decide wbal strllse published and what ..whfn occurrfci. u. J. Crorale, will e.Ter have uioro tban one rote. 0[ ,he SuCi VK jn I -If llf leveue is 10 be a reality hf instructions that lienuan; aaa llusjia musi be induJ-1 Cei5e publlca- cl, because If thfio powers are nlher lo j.jbmll to Ihe eluded ibey vrlll b3 drlrtn Into In-1 prosencc a censor In the.eJI- loiltl room. "The Son tliereupon printed on Its ,j front on Tnursdiy. June an UnnounreriiMl lo the declar- es 1101 selfish. ,UE ihi[ no be uer- asainsi Ihe feagUL'. Moreover, thn musi to n league o! lons; noi of governments.1 Lord Robeit rocacr of t'-ie ce perrvips. lias less need of the unjer iny nnd league thau nny olher iii'jon. Her (hQ ;tatt would con- EuroiHan relatively slrua- ,o bc lha ,udges of ;er than ever it hits been in her his-L.houW or not ;o ialo its Lews Lory. Her deei is unbeaten and more [Vnverful than before tno war. Her the linotype operators found 5icn to the league auiees of the sincerity of G( arc anil novitiate is needed, bul the shorter inat novitiate canjjie safely made Ihe t ux-iiu-i. I can see no reason trliy il should be more thau a feir Richard 1e5 '-vas conricted at (he spriug assizes ol last iveek of manslaughter and sentenced by Justice Morrison to ten years impris- onment- Joe Sorcnl. an Indinu, was sentenced lo five years for stealing another IndlaVs StiaLwherries idoasfy Nourishing And Satisfying Summer LifeSater an jlr.'' I H. Youhill. their local president, Ct gave to all the newspapers a signed stalenifnl to Uils efieci. Tha linotype operators of the Sun held a ineelln; aud yassed H resolution admluins that it t'.ieir duty to set up ivbatcver was tauilea to Ihtm.for thai pur- pose, "So ilie mailer remained until Wed- nesday of this weel. when, ai a pub- lic meeting, ohe-of the strike leaders boasted that the press, had been muz lied by n censorship. ThU was Im- mediately contradicted by -Mr. You- hlli; who gave, to the 3un a letter. In which he 'I wish, lo dve an unouallfied and absolute denial to any slalement or Blalemsnts that The press ol Vancouver ia not iree lo aier- cise iL3 best iudgnieut in the prepsra- ion and publication oj its news mat- ,er and editorial, comment.1 'Naturally. management of lha Sun supposed that this had settled Iho mailer finally. Bul evidently the linotype operators were determined lo have their -way. When nn editorial, whose tone they did like, was sent lo Ihe composing room tliey held R discussion among selves and announced the'y :w.oiiW not set It they ad hered. despite their formal resolution of a tew-ilara ago. .also, the iact Ilial (or lliemjo.ilfike Is con-j Irary lo'ifiel conlraH between the! Vancouver" Daily Sun a'nd 'Ihe Inter-' national. Typographical ,Union....'After a fairir rrarm on Ihe'r'cbats and "This la-how the Tualler stands al present. The Sun reels that the j lication o! a newspaper is impossible; under Hie conditions which the lino-1 type operators of Vancouver have at- tempted lo impose. IWhen Ihe Sun reappears-be tlie'interval long orj public will .know that in: Ihis office at any rale the principle! has been established and acknow- ledged ihQt the editorial staff is Ihe sole Judge of what goes Into' Us news Columns, anil that the. llnolyp's opcr- ?.lors must put into type whatever sent lo the composing, room.'1 v Always in Demand Their popularity will never wane. Prohibition may slay'or Ihefe drinks will always abide in Lhc dcnjrca of mankind ilic lastlest, njo.'l pleasing and most refreshing drinks ever conceived. Vour liking for'thcm Is lastlns. Tliey arc natural beverage Ijecauso they are Jus! the sort ol drlak thai nature has prescribed for wholesome, njlldly zcstful and' liveable. Excellent wilh meali.-or lale lunches, parties or- picnics, motcr- ol- as a-nol'wpsther rcfreshfr. At all fountains or delivered lo your home liy Ihe The Purity Bottling Works Aerated Water Manufacturers V Phone 1501 Geo. Bradbetr.V Prpp. Cor, "4fh Ave. and 4th St. PATHS. June Nationil Un- on Dispatch Combattanl, one of tlio oiganlzallons loomed by former Bold- era, which bas a memberalilp 100, Issued an appeal loday lo French strikers to maintain on purely professional Ilnea. Thor calleil upon the strikers not arm. France by a general walk-out, lust M-hec the hour ol Justice tor the people strlkca." Austrian tnttj tha i 1'AIHS, Juno rronosarihal Ilio livf. fsrcat powers undcrtako to j guarantee Ihn territorial Hmlli of.-. lllierated atAtcs In eastern established the peaco treaties 111 re-1 turn for Ihe acceptance the tatter j of stipulations protcctlrig.thc of I racial language and religious mlnorl-] tics has. It la understood, .been j rallied lo the Interested by the council of four. The vroulo he Indcpendcnl ol general provlilcins [for maintenance ot the. territorial siatus