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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAHf.H 27, 1919 THK UCTHWIIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MN8 __________ .iaiTffiWttnr repreaentallon to pt'aco confepliice Is as lien, von ..Hawmerj'.elu, ihllllary president i-omiulsalCJiv Majir voe a ter- mer' Eeue'rai oUlctr la lie Aylauder, ot the- Bavarian aarieal Elte'f; ot tke gcneraA sUtf.. Geyer. Wurttemlfurg. The mlMlon will bi oouttol ot (led; Toa ot the Elan war ministry. LOSTXJS', '.March douit that the covenant .ot the of iiatiORE v.-lll tie la the peace o! witli In the light c( rull lulormatioii. OIMII Sesame urouvaal which thff conditions re- Cor.idmlMion to the ol utloas has been 'urcsonteil to the rmce. It siys thut coun- wfih to become or must prove thnt thev U> aJl ai well M all rMldeut iii thd.' terrl- torlM. tull relljloua freedom, yiroteo Uon to and projwrty. liberty of the free exercise of aucli rlthta of suffrage us may ta paiiMlir'; kr with and eloaed in outtr that the craft can may mede to Miter the traiu-AtUfltlo flight. Tht admlraHy In building two air vewele be- fore the wtr ind It ww that they would tx irlor to acoutln) ftwtl. Gorman Blitpa that hare left Gorman poets to turned over to ths allied p and associated powers are generally la a seaworthy condition. TU9 a to be ursler Tirlllsu control are on tire Klatcmeut UrltiBli source tfday. It Fame to the mos1, 10 unuer iTiiuau fao conumcd in troity. if only be-1 their waf lo uhile ae cause Oaf treaty will ntfuire the Qerr to the United States are mans to colo'niea to tor Brwt anil Charbore None B saya R.uter'a I of the 13 of thaa tons Pitt mi SOLDO niGFWl KIBTIIIESIVEML Paris. o( 1'ARIS, Marct ot ccmnilsMoa of the con- capacity. The to repatriate Australian troops. will Stfttes ustraan roops. ttmdXfons of tile- arranEement nauons ccmraunion 01 our.- (CTC-ncc, ititli President Wlleon In Uie liarlng been compiled with, instruc- for hours nfght hara teen Issued to release food nml Id consideration rff siutts for Germany, which tbo covenant of 'tie league. up at Hotterdim. It Is not el-., The coT'enant wss reTerred lo a pocted the German vessels will land ilraMng conslsUnx of lu Germany beforo late In May, Hubert Cecil, representing fireat.on thdr return trip.. llrltaln; Col. 0. M. House, for thoi Re-apportion German Debt United Premier VeWzalM, ot PARIS. March 27.-A subcommittee Jjarnaudc. ha. appoinXed by the financial of Ihc Paris law faculty. TIili co.n- 1 tection to deal wltli urgent problems PRIN'CB ALBERT, Jlirch Pte Joseph Sloukmaa, of tbe C. E. F. re turnej froto orsraeas meet, on the way to -St. Andrews cem- etery at Gerronda; the funeral of his young wife, who died a few days ago from pneumonia. The meeting toolt place .at the door of the the coffin -gently placed on the and the Hd removed, that the young soldier might lako a last look at the wife he had hurried home to meet. llrs. Monkman was 22 years oM and leaves a small child. will go throusii the dociraientT] corrcttins'ilr- wording where 'tary, and lofer It bac'< to tho com- inUBloa as won. as posiihle, probably iritbln [wo days, tor final considera- tion ny the berora it Is reportcl lo llio laecntivc commission The stll! conlnlns 20 ar- ticles. '5To iiniehilmcnt has been in- corporated ivhlCii ajiatlHcally the doElres of Japan for recognition of national equality. Bring Factions Together I'ARIS.-T March (Associated muat bo considered In framftig Its preliminary peace treaty with Osrmany, according to an official statement issued last night. "This .commission meeta the statement eays, discuss such ques- tions as to re-apportionment of the debt, the question ot German stale property In territories ceded in the peace Utaty and tho or-. der In -irhicJr the obltRatlons of Gfr many shall ho Imposed." Appeal from Greeks SALON1KI. March appeal, llS Your Easter Garment Select your Suit, Coat, Dress or Dolman Now, from the biggest and most elaborate range of styles and becoming Garments we have ever had the pleasure of showing WE WILL ACCEPT A SMALL DEPOSTT AND HOLD YOUR S.-T Starch 7. (Assocae beESlng tnac.uie ainca iiui. u iu return to Paris ol one alleged oppressions of Greeks In