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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TllUHSnAY, JUNE 19, 1910 THE LliTIinniOGE DAILY IIURALD PAGE N1NB 0---- Allied lleply lo Germans Makes It Clear Old Speches Can't lie Slaked Up lnluK toctlonj ol the allies' reply commrprojwi- als of Ihe Uerrnun commission: OTTAWA. Juno Following are thu [y ex'.-ludlog Germany or any other uowtr rrom Every coun- iry whose government has proved lia sincere desire to observe Ka In- obligations, those ot the oeaca tritaiy. will bo In Its dcrnaod for admission. In Cormwijr's caia Ins oveuU ot the past live prove neod ot a detlnlle lest, Itio leujlh ot which will depend on the Section'five: Tho detailed roply lol-1 octa o[ tie Gormaa Bovemmenl, ws oBU-uy tlio scheme ol the orlf- odally toward Iho treuty. _ Xp reason Ii the best remedy known for sunburn, beat rashes, eczema, sore feet, stings and blisters. A skin food! Cold Storage Slocks For Winter Use Going in Slowly at High I'ricej lOWS lual to Dili lion a ol ucico which wai In turn fu.lDWcJ by the C1onnann lu their couuteMiropQials, Legal "oasis of Peace: The hilled fltiU associated powcra arc1 in complete accord with tho man delegation Out tlie basis of nego- tiations lies fu the correspondence im- mediately preceding Iho armistice, lu RTI tlteioiU 10 provo a breach ot tills agreement tho lalier hare quoted from a number of speeches mostly niite-dat- Ing tbo correapondenco anil many allied statesmen whrn not at war with Germany or not lu office. It Is sufficient lo refer lo the reply of llio allied powers on Jan. 0. 1917, hi reepoiiEO lo the president's Inquiry Q3 lo llio conditions of peaco It can not bo dispute! that allied tiatearuen have unrcr expressed a Biro an? other peaco lhan ouc u-hlrh should right the or 10H. vindicate Ju-tlco and International and reconstruct Ihc political foundations ot Europe on lines thai v.-ould ylvo lilcrty La all its peoples anil thcreforn tho prospect of a lasting peace. The CJorman claim of a conlrtdtc lion between Iho tcrnia or Iho trcalj and President Wilson's promise of Jus iho German pcojiln is Diet. b> "clemcnrilng Ihe- destruction of .orery nrlillrary power cvcrywhoro Ibat rai Rcparalcly, socretly ami of Ha. elngl rhotcc disturb Ihe pfracu of iho World. If EimMarly, llio Gormana claim roi traillcllon In Ibc territorial terms. 1 must be borne lo mind thai this is no 1 lie-result or any purpose to .act un Justly toward Germnny, but rattier o Ihe Tact that an approclablo amoun nf German, territory consisted of dl trlcts unjustly appropriated by her I llio iJiat. The economic objeclloni nrc anawe by the statement thai Germauy's condition is Intact ami hi no wise crip- filed by devastation like IhBl wrought upon Llio allied peoples. "The Gcrmpn contention that peoples had .been bar- tcrru] about Is elnillariy unfounded, as every territorial settlement has been' reached atler ilia nioal careful and lab- ored consideration of nil tho racial, linguistic and religious factors aud thu hope? ot peoples long un rtcr alien nile-. Her, complaint that lias not bceu invited lo join tbe league of nations can nol find Justification; In detlfirailoti, for Indeed hn carefully prln'clnlo lhal aucli ailuiisaloii was rtoRsibld oniy aiier bas prov- ed lier cbaractnr. SECTION VI. PART I. The League of Nations The alHed'und associated poTve'ri regarding Iho league of. nations bs the basis of tho treaty of peace and na brlnglns Inlo Iho rclalions of-peo pie an clement of progress -which IhB future will confirm ami dovelop, have never had the Intention of Indefinite eceu, however, provided these BBary oondltiona are asauro-1, why rniany aliould not become a incm- er la Iho early luturo. Inclusion in Iho covsnaut (jT tho onntn reeardlnr cconomlo UMllooa Is considered unDsccssiry. ho allhxl acd nsoclatoil poirers will rotection uuder Iho laapie I Gorman minorities In ceOed ler- Itorlea and Inlend to open ncgotli- '.ons Immcdlatsly lor tho roducllun annanjcnlE provided In the coro- unl In the einectallon that Germany nrrlos-out her engagement egard. tbU LONDON, JUQO 10. lllghi ot tho n-3A lo the United Stales IB definitely postponed until 'Germany decides what she Intends'to do regarding Iho peaco'lcrrcs. Should Germany refuse lo algn, cording lo ono officer, tho fllght> tho 11-34 will bo eastward, Instead o westward. Tlie airships which are now engage In a uoraonalraLloii orer Germany wl return to their bases tonight and T main'iticrc.until (he German declslo Is announced. "Bombs and machine guns were u: necessary at flays Uio oiTice "Should ihcy have to so easiwar again, however, thaso things may needed." in Arrest of 'Peg Says Papers Seized Show Revolt Plot 3, June the course t his 'statement last nJghl reviewing bo slrlkB ikua'.lon lo In vhlch the government had only been ntcreslod fit rirst In tho Etrlko In BO ar as the postal and other services nfrecleil, Hon. Gideon Iloberlson aid: "Since the slrlko was called the cdoral gOTDrninent nas been carefully Qvostlgallog as to whether or not the OTTAWA, Juna coal ol !iv lug commlBiloner as followi to Lhe mtnleleJ o! labor, concerning jooda In cold storage and la proccea ol cure for June 1: UmolUed conditions IQ the vreit Q4TQ somaWbat delayed the report and made it lo in- clude ii complfrle totals ordinarily, The comparative for the Uo mfnlon are mado uu, cicludlng Manl toba tolali, IncludlaK all holdings1 ro- ported.' Butter. Blocke retried consist ol pounds of "creamery and pouTidB of dalrr. figures show this lo ho an incre over last mouth of por cent. In the ome ot crsamtrr liulcer anO 76.95 per cent, In tho caso or dairy, but cren so tbese sloclcs are 21 cent IDSB thu n ytar ago In each case. ID other words, butter for neit Klut use la going; Into cold tlorage more slowly than list year and at very much higher prices, The outlook for neil winter ii very bail. The oleomargarine stocks are 3il, pound i, small amount coin pared wlUi our consumption. The cheese stocks reported ar poustls. Comparative fl gures show this to he ono arid three quarters more Uian last month, bu 12 per cent. ICES. Uian year ago. Eggs in cold storage have lacrea cd lo down. Comparatlv figures Gbow thla lo be 214.8 per cen moro than a month ago, and 10.23 pe cent, more than last year. Eggs I rehouse other than cold storag amount to dozen, and froze The Path to Health For many thousands of women the Path to Health has certainly been through Lydia ft. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. When this great remedy was first introduced, and for many years after, skeptics frowned upon its curative claims, but as year after year has rolled by and the little group of women had been cured by it nas since grown into a vast army of hundreds of and skepti- cism have been swept away as by a mighty tidal wave, until today this purely vegetable medicine is recognized as the greatest remedy for woman's special ills in the world. This is because it is a wonderful tonic and rcconstructor which acts directly and favorably upon thefeminineorganization. and is a specific for that purpose. Women in All Countries Depend Upon June railway bill, 'over-.which, there has been pro- lo'uged' discussion In Ilia two houses of parliament'during the past two by a Joint .commons and Ihe sensti Lait "night a messago was read'fro'nvtha oommona to tho senate a-, joint "free conference" upon Ibe measure. On rrlpiiori-. of Sir James Longhead. Iho request of tbe'ccniuoni was sgrced lo and iriQ eenalq annotated ja iU representatives. Senators BlaJn.Tester, Sir James Loughcad, I1OS3, (Middle- PoTvar, Danduvand, and Doslock. Elrike arose out of nn ordinary ridl dtBpulo or whether other aod Eluteler motives were Involved. "Tho Information and evidence unthered amply -warrant the conclu- sion that a BcdlUoui conspiracy iraa contemplated oy a porllon of Ihe members of Iho central strike com- mllleo who are believed to be revo- .uttonarj' aud dangerous in thc-ir ten- dencies. II being apparent that E reasonable settlement of llie .metal dispute would not result In the strike, and btcausc of the persistent and Insidious propa- ganda and misrepresentation lhat was being spread1 abroad, especially (vmong the railway employees, with a view to trending the strike and utterly dis- locating ILe transportation, tho fed eral department of Justice decided to take Into custody tioEO held lo be responsible for seditious conspiracy. "From additional evidence obtained, consisting1 ot papers, pamphlets and documents' gathered In hy. tho police un Tuesday, morning, only a few of which baTO yet been scrutinized, the cUlzens of Winnipeg and ot Cauada will hare lltllo difficulty In reaching rphat Qovernmenl Hns Commit a conclusion as lo Ihe depth and ser- iousness of the conspiracy which was going on. nol only In Winnipeg, hut generally throughout western Canada. "The representatives of the justice department will la due time unfold the faclB. It might be interesting, however, for the public to Xnow that_ the records Indicate that n special I 1? TV 1 1 lydia Pmkhams Vegetable Compound WHAT FAKERS GATHER IN In the United Stains no less Iban .are annualy gathered In are being laid down will mako Ihcm ted Sinn Fein- ers In Ireland committee had been selected on June 10 lo Invesllgale and rep'orl npon the possibilities of culling of! the electric, power from the city, and that corre- spondence- addressed lo R. JJ- Rus- sell, secretary ot the O.IU1. provincial executive committee of Manitoba, ac- knowledges 'receipt of 'Bolshevik' Mrs. Derrr, Quebec, claims of the C. P. H. for the death ot her husband In a railroad wreck. RED SEAL BurfATS your Mother to make these from PARIS, Juno Dunne and Walsh, OL Ibe Irish delegation, have sent President Wilson, another letter concerning alleged atrocities in Ireland. .They say that slnco previous "report to tho president, re- prisals have begun against witnesses to atrocities, many of them being ar- rested on trumped up charges and pent to distant points. .They oHer to produce many parsons i in "ciihaianliotn (ha ciatomrntc Ilia! 1 Irish' prisoners are being Ii eaten In tielr cells. -1 Reply lo Charges LONDON, June A dotailed and specific reply to the report on condit- ions In Ireland made- recently by Prank P. Walali and Edward F. Dunne, American representatives of Irish soc- letlei In the United States, was Issued from Dublin Castla by James Inn MRC- Pherson, chief Eccrelhry for Ireland. In dealing with the general charge of crueltlea Inflicted on prisoners, the statement "Such statements are absolutely dc- TOld of foundation. They aro similar lo atalemenla made In connection wllh tho treatment ol Sinn Fein prisoners I In Belfast prison, where the govern- mcnt.appolntod a Judicial commission lo IhTestlgale Iho charges thoroughly. The commission found there was not a word of truth In tbeio statements." -tf-i-fr jy.tbe United Stales (o Allied BOT- irnmentB. There Is no means o[ ascertaining low much la lost In Canada.In way. It is reasonable, however, Lo assume that'tho per capita loss, s Uio satao lu Hits. country, which would mean thai in." an" a'ver'ag'e year about in _hy the :er3. When one recalls the "huge sums lost lu fake mining, oil and 'wild cat" real estate ventures, ono cannot but conclude that tho estimate IB nol far astray. tue faker get your money or will you Invcflt It In aomethiug safe that will pay well? PuL It into AVar Savings Stamps and you will obtain email government bond IhaL Is ab- solutely safe and yields A 1-2 per cent compounded half-yearly. street car men obeyed tbe general slrikc order which venl Into cKect ai 1 p.m. today. The printers and postal workers rcfuacd lo go out. It is rumored that a 61g automo- bile fnclory will locaie at Sarnta. COAST STREET CARS TIED. UP'BY .STRIKE NEW WESTMINSTER; cars on ilhc New West- minster lines and the VuncouTer- WesUnlneler Inlerurban line are not In operation. afternoon. Thii s FtfPADS V WILL KILL.MDHE (LIES THSN 4NY, Clean (o handle. Sold by Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Lace Cookies Greatest Cookie ever made well cups Whitc.Sugir S tflblespoonfuls Melted Cutter yA cups Post Toasties 'A cup Cocoanul 1 (eispoonlul VinllU 4 liblespoonluls Flour x 2 tcupoonfuls Hakinf Powder Ihe butter tnd and idd Post Toattlfi, rolled'. fine Tho tbe jttb and good for many mauiu man, Remember, .shrafntiiie' cVodjes, hand' Attbgp mean tractor. You 4' tractor'far jwWt not for vvfiat U'1 loblbI'ldtr Bf'Wf ablerto supply tkeOilftjn ia sices to pull from 3 to 10 tift to'. At every need and till built on tfct p OilPull ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESHER .CALpARV, LA PORTE REQINA, 8ASK. INDIANA SASKATOON, .IAtK.rj ;