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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE uiTunmncE DAILY IIKIULD VAUK 1'IVK Germans Still P rotest 1 Violence, Peace Terms: PUilS, June The Ucrmaii an- swer regarding the peace was by tho peaco conference this atlernooii. Us contents have. not hoen revealed up to 3.15 o'clock. Wilton Leaving Soon. "WASHINGTON, June. I'reaUetil Wllaou oablcd Secretary Tumulty to- day that ho expected to leave Brest on his homeward Journey Wednesday lou from the population in Ihe. districts; lo cut oft in tho eiiEt. to iLc t-ffci-l; ill oppose to] of these districts, which I or Thursday The German Mote PARIS, June The German note In which Germany agrees lo sign the treaty with two reservations, was re- colved by tbe president of (he peace 5- o'clock' this evening. FORMER CHIEF OF N. Y. POLICE DEAD NBW YORK. Juno Do- very Co years oM .former chitf or. police of New York, fell dead at his home iu Far I'.ocVatray during a thun- yesterday. Mr. Devery was chief of police in His success In unravelling some ot New York's mysteries and his pic- turesnue character made him known internationally. Uble Charlie provided sj many real. as he has In this production. His antlcj Inthls eilventures with the wild in the birtm are scream- ingly funny; his love-making to tho pretty harem girls Is a scream, and I tlic haruni scurmn scrapes he gtts [into iti tbe story provide the material i for the funnlfjt situations I able "Charlie in a Harem" is in tour full ancl at- of which urn. order in'Canada, tb'e I 4 0 I IV hi.iv lor Ihe greater part beou Police Ndl 1' ire llll I political lile ami properly, the more iraii (or many centuries, by all speedily will an agreement respecting fllMO TML possess. Tno German KO'o.M I, I'lred AClea ucrs 0, ,mMil- interest reached." fl K [TV (II flf iJeiil. therefore, fl't'ls llaolt (ireal Coolness i Mr c'ahan askrj in resard lo a; "TUniUIUmill MIL. lo .leclino i statement in tbe l.rtss tlmi the par-! riinnrrtO Tfir .It ClltlU difficulty which may result from tlw resistance ot Iho Inhabitants aealnsl thelr separation from Germany. Will Yield to Force "The government ot the Herman re- public la, nevertheless, ready to sign the conditions- ot allies, with the auovc-mentioned reservation, ye', till'; not done ot its free will. The gov IcKenzle. made a statement in the house this luor.iiug in regard to the rioting at Winnipeg. He tliii rcrlew- ed correspondence which hail .pasieil between him and the attorney-genera, of Manitoba in regard to tbe co-opera- The reply 01 too mnvo, umem. i tion of the iiorilivvcsl pome council of four, was transmitted lo the declares tluu its attitude is to. tho authorities hi the CdHlCrCUCO Rl 0'O ClU'-.a. vi-.tn.io. uum. The reply of tho allies, through lhe eminent ot the Oernan repuulio sol council was transmitted. lo the thac its attitude is U Gorman plenipotentiaries at Ver- German note follows, dated Ver- sailles, June and addressed lo'M. "Tho Imperial minister ol foreign alfairs lias Inslrucled mo lo communl. cute the following to your excellency: "Tlie government ot the German re- public has from the moment when the peace conditions of lhe allied and asso- ciated governments were made known to It let no doubt eiitB as lo tbe fact thai Iho government. In harmony with Uioj whole'German regard their conditions >aa being in tharp contradiction lo lhe accepted by lhe allied and I statement in tbe iirts.s that the par i... i ado was led by a returned soldier. OTTAWA. June N. Mr Rowcn repeated his statement' in reply to a ciuesiion by ,h w'ho jirsl ,vailcd upon; a of turned soldiers, bul he emphasized the i point that relurnetl nu-n who took; Longing in Mary Pickfords 'part In the trouble constitute but a j Own Film small neroenla-e of Ihe returned men. child Pathis Blended witn Wonderful The great majority of the soldiers he Humor by said, ivero out of sympathy with this reels, anil will lie Flmnu In Itlon with several other even i tractions. "MOVIE" ACTING NOT I PEACHES AND CREAM Says Warburton Gamble, Wha I Piays m "The Two Erides" i at Starland. '_ To he a Liovirj actor nut" rpe.u-h ho plays a ptoiuioenl lie at Starlanil tomorrow, can testily. tonigbt During I (tumble, who plays a pioiuiufnl j players ____ Jin Mine. Cavalieri's I'.irjmuuat (was sit'er.il! of Orphan Life and Mother j pl.oloplay. "Tlu' Two he action of this pholopbjy It necessary, in one scene, .to throw Mr. (jumble olf a high cliff into the water Omrtenay Fuote. the leading man. Is compelled by lhe of UK- siory. to throw (Iambic oft tbe rocks, and lie did this neither limo was Director KdwarJ satisfied, to. unfortunately ..Gam- ble was tossed Into the Icy waters tb-3 'third time. While he was pulling himself ouc ol the water anil a blanket. he sworu "never "If you to do ir again, I'll say 'never doi-larcJ (lanible. as he was led away by his who plunged 'hii'i into n hot bath and dosed him 1 steaming hot lemonade. lie iiun-'iiit-rs himself, luiiliy that he didn't lo-itch ihi' influeozx and his ivlili him. The picture ilidly icodnccil and the sup- imlto clever. or law and order. I'.ela: lion. II. K. MucU-an. in replying to a question by Mr. MacKie. KJmonlon. bo understood in the sense thai It! yields lo force, being resolved to had happeneii the German people, whose two days in Winnipe aro unspeakable, a new war, the sliat- ed thai Ihe parade should on unlos that Iho employers liail at first ot iirlsoners ot war. tbe strike was settled at 2.30. that Ihe; view ot the grievous burdens which it Is to take upon Itself, thai all Ucr- man military and rlvlllan prisoners. beginning July 1 anii Ihcrcatter In un- interrupted siiccebston jmii' within a short period, sltal) bo restored. Ger- many save lack her enemies' prison- associated powers, or, the one hand and'Germnny, or. the other, 'us helne blndlnc In accordance the laws ot nftlona tor tho peace before the conclusion of the armlsltce. "Unbearably' Harsh" 1 "Relying upon this principle ot Jus- tice which was agreed upon between tho parlies lo the negotiations, nnd ussleteil by a clear exposition of con- dllloiis in Germany, the BOTCrnnient has left no stone unturned In orde> to'arrlve at a direct verbal eschanBO o( opfnlons and obtain sonioim- satlon of the .nnuenraMy harsh co i i- flona 'which mikht render It possible tor the Eovornment pi (ho German re- public to the trealy ot peace -v'ithout reservations, and to jnaran- 'tee Hs.eieciillou. "These tinaeayors 01 the Eovern- 'the O'erman republic, which were undertaken In the Interest ol the peace of the world and Hie re- conciliation ot peoples, have tailed owlul to the rigSrous Insistence, of the conditions ot peace. counter proposals ol the German delegation liave only In certain points- reeelve.l any aMept- ance The concessions made only re- duced tVo of the condlliona in a EnialtVdcKrcs. and associated -govern- ments; have 'in an' ultimatum which expire, on June 25 confronted t is gov j efnment of this .Bcrman republic the decision o'.tlier to slga Ihe treat} of peace presented by ihem or retu-o In the. taller case, a com- plelely defensive people -has been ihreatVned with tV forcible taposi- tioit ot the conditions peace alrcaaS presented wilh the increase! ot heavy "The German people does not wsn lor the resumption ot the-ulooilr war; it honestly wishes tor. a lasting peace. jn view of the .allied ana associated governraents. the Ger- man people no other force In Its K, save appeal 10 Ilia eternally inallchahle right lo an Independent life, which belongs to the German poo pie as lo nil peoples. Protests Boundary Changes "The government of the German re puMio can lerid .at' support to tliu sacred right of Ibe Oermall people hr the appllcition of force. Tho gov en.in.ni- 'only' hopes (or supppr Ihrouib Ihe of No Including those i'cd and assoclateil powers, could. ex- m ers of war within two months." iuu cecuneu lu ITUIIJIU' street cars which were already oper-1 bai.gu1ning a'ting, must cease their operations and j declined lo consider matter of col- Hon. N. W. Howell. in reply, quoted the statement Issued some- days, ago, after a conference between various bodies concerned and the re preset, la- i of the railway brotherhoods. In i un.t statement tho principle ol collec- tive bargaining on lines recognized by Satur-jlhc urothtrhooiU endors- ed and approved by the employers, the brotherhoods and the railways. Tteplying to a question by Mr. l.ern I icui. Hon. Arthur Melghen stated thai 'a date had not yet been fiieu for the ed for their co-operation In preserving of strlko leaders. law and order. It was tho joint re- quest of the mayor, representing lhe. municipal authority, anil the attorney general, representing Ihe provincial, government. Tbe monntic-s moved not onfi ,o hy the gov down Main street endeavoring to move ernmen( Thc accusef had the righ they would go temporarily to the m- dustrial bureau of which they would tafio possession. They desired also i to be addressed In the industrial bur-1 eau. Mr. Robertson agreed to address j them. Dealing with the events clay, Mr. Itoweil said: "The mayor with -the approval ot the attorney-general ami in his prc-s- ence went to the headquarters o[ lhe North West Mounted Police jitid o having eiprcsseJ the that a speedy Trial woulil b i (hc interest ol the public, Jlr M that the matle ,iv V. Juno Mil- ler was sentenced by Col. Sanders, 1) S O this mornfng to Ihrce terms ol Els'years on the three first counts, and oiffi year.on the fourth, n total OL 19 years. Lawrence Miller and Geqrge Baiter were each sentenced lo IS Edward Miller will spend his time in the Edmonton penitentiary; Law- rence Miller and George will serve their sentences at the provincial gaol, llethbr'.dgc. They were charged with in Cbutebes UUM n ernuici.li. J tho crowd. There was evidence Ol to a trial. -If they do no violence almost at once. So much so government could not dc- that the mayor read the liiol art and [or (hen proceeded lo fte militia head- j ,.R a of law and not o quarters anil asked thai the mililia be; added. colled out. i There