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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 30, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. KOREA'S DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Coble ilejpatcbes from.Tokyo time ago toW of the. Imprisoning 01 8 iiumljor of Korean students la louJiiuce at the, University ct Tokyo, 'Japan, beeause, they iiMSonlwl lo He- Govern- ment ft Declaration dt Korean ludepondenco. They were rrompt- ij- bundled oft to jiil next Tho text of their Declaration op- tlierO been out ft'Japan. In a letter ace. the docuuwtit it 15 stated that can be no peace.in the East Korea la dominated by "-Japaa." A Declaration of Independence Tho "Korean Young Leagua for National Independence." repro tenting their Pycqty million, countrymen, hereby declare before nil -nations -which.enjoy the slorloua vic- tory of justice and freedom that we Oesiru to sovereign lnd% Koria by applying thi. dM ftverythlui possible. In fulfllHug lier duty toward an ally, eo nruca no that she did not care even to shrink from ottering tbo' service, ol her tov- erolgi] power In order tu aoqulie the assurance, ot her Independ- ence anil the etevna! peace ol the East Wltti ull ihis she, however, permitted to bo represented the Peics Conference at which Jap- an's suzerainty ovei Korea de- elded This tact via wltnoreed the lain XI r, being then Presi- dent ol the United Slatts of (Ajnortca and the raedlalor tetneen Kueila and source ol drtadful peril far as re- tards the ol the Bail, tor the Koreans inay bo Incited to rise to un- eadtac revolutions. II wo 'all in re- taining tie Ions-cherished freedom by means ot open expression o! opinion we way prepared to take every ineuurs (or victory, and thus shou to the last drop ol blood 10II RIO Japan. Tht liolitlon of Korea nenenco principle; ;of Wf-delbrmtnltion to alio o The, Korean .IB one of too .ifliin'na-.lXAt 'hate ea- most.'aricleilt, pljlqns iisuiru mm lritataea an orginlz- c sid-'i 'higher. civilization leiJIng ui'irhSroteh" history through the coiirsD c( rabro than 40 centuries. Althaugh.it j3 trim that at eome per: under the suz- erainty of -the of China, Uiat was no more IhaVa nominal relation tW.vJlIng fauiillea with- out th'ej 'sovereign power ot Ufo'wt of Korea. It Is right toi Suy tiat 'Korea has always been Koreans' own' Korea EO far as tie d she Then, In splto of the previous proin- to guarantee absolute biilepend- encs ol Korea, Japan upon the strength of hertuveilor militant force, forced the Emperor of Korea and his Ministers to; hand tho foreign affairs orer to Japan "until Korea would be- conie capable of resuming her abso- lute the real jurpoao of Japan being to Isolate Korea, from the -world, end to.be able to do what- soever she pleases wllh'Koroa. Then Japan deprived Korea ot Judicial pow- "or and pollco authority "for a certain then dissolved the Korean na- tional army "antil a system of nation- al conscription wonld be and icn she detailed Japanese garrison uarcls gendarmes and police stations II over Korea. Even the Imperial pal- ce was guarded by Japanese police- men. Thus Japan succeeded In mafc- ng Korea perfectly powerless tor any (Distance. Lastly, Japan dethroned have no army, but vo can declare an eternal war on Japan In case the denies our demands. A Promise and a Threat As we have ha-S a superior civiliza- tion and a long of national life we are fully convinced of success in establishing a now elate upon the foundation of the principle of democ- racy. We hold to firm belief that we win bo able to coutilbutft something to the peace and civilization of the world it wo are allowwl to make free and unhindered progress alenj onr om lines. We hereby appeal to Japan and to other countries requesting the eppll o cation of the principles ot tarT-dcter mlnatlcn, also to the Korean nation. 11 this he not permitted we are qulti prepared to take any means posslbl to this iinal and eiceedlngly proper aim. wer concerned, she s over essentially any, nation. Herein we have cc. viz. jxuicuna- power ot-seif.-fu1e.Ms concerned, she has ____ any, 'foreign p- the reasqn The Japan HfEt power to re cognize" and to. guarantee the absolute independence'or-Korea; at tho Japan VIUUIIOi Korea -Work, a td island and tal together.; TbtJ-.vfas followed by th Wcstren to an guaranteeing thing. Korc thenco.forward made .ttio utmost o fortilnTcorganliatton anil completion hoping t6TOfcdtHhe friendly desire o her 1903 Japart persuni pel Korea lo'tonrf'an offensive and de; fensivo'al'llin.c'oMlh ner for two com- -maintenance of the peace' qf the assurance of the aVsojijtc'.iqdeiiendencd of Korea. These'vreTa'ihViiithreatened hy the ngeresslvo eastward-, policy ot Russia. During war Korea CIVIC HOLIDAY IN QUEBEC QTJEUEC, June is civi holiday In Quebec City. Mayor Ighour on Saturday having proclaim eil H as such, In order to celebrat the signing ol peace. ha Binperor ot Korea, because he, be- ng on able man, resisted Japan in bo- inH ol the Independence of his Em- pire and because the Crown Prince NEW MILITIA INSPECTOR WINNIPEG, Junt H. Edmonds, of the local headquarte Blatf, has been appointed inspect for all the militia department acuoun In Canada. He will leave for Ottaw Monday or Tuesday to assume 1 new duties. s" Point the Wan to Quick Relief Vinos i, Out. suffered for a number of yeirs Rhtutnalism spongy TLcrt you nave I'yorrhea'tRifcKs1' Fcur out An.fl rjiany jitidcr forty, (itw. Don't let fi lender rjum rspot de- velop. IKccc' tender spots brcc.3 disease "jfcfms'vmfch enter tho syilem through! tin? -both ting the Joints' OT causing other. i liirnoriintcly gct.Forhnn s, PyorrheA it i sea in time and consistently. I'Mh-n the gums and harden-, They m H.rn Lecii tho tcclli henlthy Btusli teeth with For- hanfs.., U them keens them vhite andclcan. It Bvm sfumkage Jias nlrrady tct h 'MMli'lns filtliafl's nnd consult a 1-a (or special .treat: nil (iW tubes All Drjiifiists. ive, Judicial or police authorities.! Japan makes a rigid distinction tie twcen Japanese and Koreans. She pro- vides an education much -inferior to' that of the Japanese themselves in rdor to keep the Koreans eternally useful riaves for the Japanese, thus econstructlng history no as to destroy and wound the national tradition ana dignity of the Koreans. Japanese Officials Except in somo lower offices in al most all official, and public Eervtca only. Japanese officers are employed, allowing the Koream little or no op- portunity to acquire any knowledge- and experience of a self-ruling nation- al life: Wo could never enjoy any Ires life and progress'under such a military mAocratld and' essential unjust Gov- ernment, Moreover, the. unrestricted Immigration policy of Japan has com. loUcd.teni of thmisandaM Korenns to wander Into.Manchuria and Siberia, for Korea'ls'already an oyer-popmated country wiffloufthe unwelcome im- migrants' from Employing and forcing to employ Japanese in almost all Governmental and rriv.ale organs or Institutions hayi .two On iho one hand, it-closes against tie Koreans of all superior serrlcea and on the oth- er hand, it great amount of Korean wealth flow out Into Japan, the socallec! motherland." Along the lines of commerce .and Industry the Japanese are given more sup- port and greater advantage .than .the Koreans. Viewed from many points the Interests of Japan Korea not Identical, and whenever that is case ths one that h destined lo suffer the loss is always'.arid naturally the cowitterri jurty. is third reason for Iho.-rljrrit to in aisl upon her The Paacf of Eait Lastly, the eternal peace of the East as one.of the two vital reasons for annexation bas1 not only beCT fully annlilleil by Ihe fact thai Russia ana China have ahandoficd or abjured any BEgresiilvo ambition, and that the com Ing international tinjon will allow no one to resort Imperialistic raeas urcs, but such may b_e a High Cost of a Cheap Tube A .TUBE is costly'when it ruins a good tire by riot holding air pressure. "Unless th? tube, .by holding air properly, gives the cas- ing sufficient support, the tire will soon be ruined. You can't afford to risk a for a few, dollars "saved1; on.a cheapj tube. 'Suppose you have a which cost you ?43.25. A Goodyear Tube will cost you Probably you can buy a cheap tube for -But when that cheap tube has reduced your casing mileage by IS or 20% it has become a mighty expensive 312.00 expensive. Goodyear Tiibes'are" built to make tires go farther." They are made by an expensive up from many thin sheets es- pecially elastic, with; a cross grain that combats splitting -when punctured. Be- 'Miise of this process and quality materi- al they hold air longer. GobdyearTubes, cost moretomake. They cost you more.. But they go farther and help tires go farther. Motorists buy, inpre Goodyear jTubes than any other brand. For even greater tube service, there iis the Goodyear Heavy thick and extra tube which gives extra value, extra tire a slight 'extra cost..' When you buy" tubes, say "Good- And if you buy.the1 Heavy Tourist see that you get .the handy waterproof bag-it comes in. Box, bag and tube are stamped "Heavy Tourist." The Goody car' .Tire: Rubber Coi ,pf Canada, Limited. GOOD MADE ;