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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S.VITNOAY, Jl'Nr. 23, J01D TltE LETIHJmnGB DAILY HliRALTJ PAGBNIKI In American People uy "nbere from the Freed loiflin ot- 6n Occasion at Signing of the Terms Oleeatoj aud Ibo delegates of Ihe al- lied ana associated non'ors, met in Vcr- failles today lo den a 'realy formally (jndluK tho war between Germany anil 21 other Halloas. Tlie crcdenllnls of the now Gorman flee. This formality was not prescribe! for the Uerrnans. who were given separato route of entry, t coming Uird'jgh the park and calnlns; th marble slalrvray" through the jroun f.oor. There was, thus, moldance c ,o guard of honor lo rei dcr them inllllary honors, Iheae being rMerte4 te tho ,alled r.pr63enUUves jutrdsmen on th slalrcHe and in (he Queen' dnlegntes wero approved 'luring the however, wore Instmcte rursuoou. and overj-lhlng In readl. nets an carlv hour tor tho ceremony setter.3 o'clock, Lasl rnliiuto changes were In Ihe' program to cipedlto the slgulng of i remain ol-the Oeruuns. for i eatr VM8HINOTON, June Wflcoo, In an address to Lhe Unite tho' treaty. Two additional lablci J Slti95 'people the occmsloo of olgn were pieced beside tho one within the j jDg o[ loj pMce treaty, made a pic historic hall of Mirrors on which Ihe pqacd treaty was laid. One or Iho new tables held the Rhine convention for the acctpUnee of the treaty and the conunt pf the league of nations vrlthoil or reservation. His ubstltules a new orJcr under which ackward which not yet coma to political con- clousness und peoples who are ready or Independence, but not yet quite npared lo dispense with protection ad no more sub- Bleed to tbe domination and explolta- loa ot a stronger nation, but shall e put under Ihe friendly dlnollon ud afforded the helpful aialsLuite overumenti which to b esponslbl? to the opinion of [Ind In tbe eiecallon of thtlr Ulk by iccepllng the direction of the ol nations. It recognises ihe Inallen able rights ot nationality: the rljiti cf mlnorltlei uil the sanctity ot rell glous belief and practice. U lh> jasla lor conventions which abftll frM ihe oonimerclal intercourse ol thi world from unjust and vexatious aid for every sort of hi lonal cooperation Omt wll Eon-e to cleanse the life of Ihe worli and facilitate lie wmmon action in beoeflclent Berrlce ot every Ue.d. furatshes guanntoea such as veri never given or even contemplated for Ibo fair treatment of who labor at the dally Uik of the world. 'It Is for this reason thai I have spoken ot It S3 great charter for a new order ot attain. There le ground here for deep sattitictton, uni- versal reassurance and wnUitnt hope. (Signed) WILSON." LONDON, 'June The propoul Irish domlnton. 11 la Is a irwt brer any us proposed lolutlous for the Irish queiLlon, except that the DrULih la; lain sd. Tba amount ot borne rule would nol difi'tr ID practice, 1L Is atttad, Irom m Inde- pendent republic. Till manifttflto polali out Uia dlssd- TintAiei lo which the republic, cut OU from Drlliib Empire, would -Irish products In' the n at hOsUUo Urill, aud thai such a-poEltton might for Iralind her shire In anr Imperial prefertace which mlfht tit estab- lished. Irishmen are urged lu I be mml- teelo to unHe and lo let the British1 parliament and people know what they do i Ire. The -manUteLo llien outlines wbat the political nalus or Ireland would ilie new' Bchatr.e. .Ireland. It. It declared, would not be" Tepreienled al i trains r, uul would be a member of tbe league ot nations and cf the Imperial confer Raymond, 31sgrath, Cardeloa and home via Macleod. He Is not eh all enthusiastic. Crops in tbo territory Boulhweet are- badly burned and will not be arerftge under any weather conditions for the rssi cf turn- msr. J. McCa.lg. publicity commis- sioner for the province, who Is In the i clly lodaj, elates tbat crops have badly In practically all parts the wllh all i :eptlon R-34 COMING OVSR -5 TO MAKE FL1OHT WAallrSGTON. Jane 4 Tbe British dlrtllbla R-St [I 4 txpacted to arrive Ju the Unit- 4 ad Stain on July 5 or on the 1 in i flltht across tbe Atlantic 4 v to bo lodertakeD ty Hjhter- 4 loin-air craft. O lrrlgatvith over 000 miles !o its credit. "I merely mention the above as it may interesting lo you. .1 Half-Sole Tires are the nearest to tire perfection-thai we have reached yet. f; truly'yours, "DR. F. H. BERG, Modesto, r'Gentlemen: Denver, Colo. "Of the four tires you fixed up for say that, they-all-ran over miles and without a puncture, too. The right front tire ran oVer miles.' and you will remember thai you Half-Soled iHat .carcass again for me. "I am .city salesman for the Mbrriss Grocery Company and have used my in-' fluence ever since the first HalfrSole was put on my car to help you get new business, for, frankly, I know that you can gel better service at hall the cost than you can with new tires. The best advantage is that you get away from all thi, punctures, "If there js anything that I can do to help you boost Half-Soles I will gla'dly dp so, for I shall gladly recommend to anyone. assuring you of my support, lam, "Yours truly, H'W. Mt HENSEL" 4052NDAVE, SOUTH, LEWBRIDGE CO SOLE DISf RIlkUTORS FOR SOUTHERlNl ALBERTA AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION ;