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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 3p FAGS WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, terms of Treaty trOXTlNUED FROM FRONT Ruwa on AuRUH 1. Eenibly from lime la lime; it. France on Aural comprise additional stales ana WIN M] lae Invasion of Belgium. meet at least once a yew. ae full found in sood -at torn) lave agreed as follows: CFrcol the coming Into force due i Vollas vlll have O3e voic and not more than ,i icrve representative. A taten ty tie council and assembVv inus! be which have inapplicable or la- reive darker lo peace. 'fho covenant abrosates all oblija- Iocs between, members Inconsistent with its teriis. but nothing in It thall affect the validity of InlernaUoaal eu- such ai IrMlles ot artil- ratlou orv regional Kit the Monroe Doctrine for he maintenance of peace. The Mandatory The tutelage of nations'not jet able to stand by themselvN "ill entrusted nsllooi aoeiitad SECTION ONE Letgue cf Natisni Section 1: .The covenant or the e-Illon >nd adoption- plant be revised eterr 10 years. Once liey -ire made Vllh any to Uie Trtlich it a faiU to ctrrv ulrt the award council propose mtMures. The counclll will fonnu league naltona oonMltiitrs Section I hu ,or (he of a i of Sha treaty, witch place: dltlon io tU qnnUoa Germany ti aay tii lent four! of Justice-anil deter upon Ihe leajut mtij specific, in ad- jmomallonal disputes or to give H nay kj'ifcofjr trbo llou o( He railroads-. o[ its neutrality, and In advance auy international asreewrni as to It icaehtd by tbe al lu'd and associated Bank e( the .Rhine As provided In Hie mililary c'auaet, Germany will maintain any Iwll- (ifatlons pr'armed 30 kilometres IL- Ibc "ft of Ac lUn Kill not hold any liianeuvres. nor main- lain any works to facilitate mobillra- tlon. In c.150 of violation "she be ifearied as coraiullllnfi a t ItllrLlSlrU IO jftUTiUtCU uc a a vutumi" o are fitted to undertake It. The I act apUusl Ibe uuxvcrs who sign Ib, (rettj. ss loteudjue io covenant recosniies three different sUses of ilereloiiuieiu renulrinj dif- ferent kinds ot mandatories: ci) Commimttief.llke belouj- B io llfc Turkish empire, which can be prorliioually rerotwial as Inde- pendent jubjecls to advice and assist- ance- from a mandatory In whose selec- tion they would bs alVwert a voice. (b) Comiu-jnltles Hie those otCen- Iral Africa, to be administered by Ihe disturb the iwace of the world. -By virtue ot tho present treaty. Germany shall bo to resiwnd to any request for BU explauitlon which He council of lesBuo of uatloca may tbink it May Au (.fternwn paper carries the following from an Al e Lcrraine Alter recognition of the moral obll- E done In Dry-under conditions generally aaUons to repair tho j rf br-lbe members of .lie 1.571 to Fr where equal opportunities for I people ot Alsace-Lorrsli to allowed to all members. 1 lories ceded lo ct Kaaklorl Uj Germany by Ihe (Duality Varies rovenitneiil acquires the Crand Truni and the Trunk Pacific It will nlso over thi Vranrh lines ot tte Grand Trunk Pac We In Canada. asaur- anc? livea Premier Stewiri. ot Alberta, al a cbnlDrfiac'e. he bad with members ot the government loilay. Premier Stewarl been- worried Trw Satisfying strengtK-tke same jUvor is fealed in every can of Brand pcund, I 2'pound linl in tlic cr Jiw jreunrf for pwcolnuis. Write for our "Perfrct It'i 6 SANBORN MOWTSEAL remer ewar over the fulure of Ihtse branch lines, over iUo-.brancli Hnei which cculd the bo'tids ot which have been heavily not ue operated, economically apart and will I Certain abuses urt ,as end nor, !a ol mi as l-.r.is Treaty ct Frankfort are, restow ill be prohibited, ivrance with'thelr frontiers is nelore n ol military andllSTl. to dale from the of the Bleed by the Albsrla Irom the mahf railways, and wi paid the Interest due on these only loo clad1 to have iLetii ha andtd "Wltb tte Donblen taklnf lien the the llalillltles. The M berla are ana ef ad !a corucn o mary naval bases and the Introduction ol .nnUUcc, miU. to.bo free of al) puu be erir and all privalt- property of C-er Ion as lo armaments and programs, In part al the plebiscites oi llie and a permanent 'eommiss-on will ad- vise the council on military and naval rhe'internatloaal orsanljalion tronller and In fBtxs u to the and decide etrtaln 6( the economic and financial dm An International confer- on kkor fc to be heW on October inter (U direction, an) another on nsUnalional control, ot pons. rari and railwaya is fere The (A iMfn'wII] ba ticnalories ot the eonwnt acd other stales invited to itho must kxtje a decltration ol acowiion iriiioul reservation with in two months. A nev slate, dominion or may be admitted provided ill admission is agracd lo by two- thirds o! the' MJesablr. A state may withdraw upon jivinr years' no- if It has fulfilled all. its interna lioual obligatlooE, j. SECTION TWO questions. Prevention of War common action vrill be taken. bers are pledged to. submit mailers ol dispute to arbilration or ispute ib months after the award. ---ivar until three established by the labor conv'enlion. to secare end mainlalu (air condilions women and children coS coun; Mem- tries, and. undertake 16 secure just treatment of the native luhabittnls of territories under, their control; they will enlruil Ihe league'wilh the. gen- eral supervision over the cxuulion of to.carry owners of tie railroads and over concessions of Rhiuc bridges pass to France wiui tht- oolJsation for their Dpkce( For five years inai ducts of--AlEace-Ujrraine to Germany free of "lotal amount nol oiceeJinErlu anj- vear the average ot the Hired.years -cedinE the war and leslile materials ,v be imported froii Gfcrmany. lo re-exporlid tral award and not to go war con Section 2: A penuipent secretar- iat TTlll'te eslablished at theaeal of Tie iteetnWy rrwritailyes at mebntera'ol lie. locv tii .TnU-jnsil Yotr 1 -'.ini: will be j_. r'lici'; .Vill Bare oiie j.iSid not more .tnaa. liJe.'relinMnla- men.-------- reserve Ihe right io take such step: as mar be necessarj- for the naln- ilcnance o! risht and justice. '.Mem- bers resorting to irar in dlsresard of ie corenant will iminedfalely be de' Darrttt'fWm all inlercourM with other members." .The. council -Bill in su'eh cases consider what military or naval action can be taken by Ihe league col- for the protection. of tht covenant.a'nd-will Wtord facilities lo co-operating in .Ihis Jinter- leiUtiyes powe allied jwers, All treaties" or international en- ccBCliiaed. alter' the Trill be retiatered with-lie secretarial-and nnbllEned Ttie from time io time members lo reconsider.trealies BRANTEO RED J3ICYCLES witfe 'cheap bkrcVei riurare'pnshed onto the Canadian janllc under Jtie r raado-ln-CaDaaa' alocan. inahit oa knoirlw where al! the parti are made. H Is your daty, ud jog are en- lilltd to know. caa show jon whero BraisUord'BlcTcleB are aca yon paj'less money for a Branlford iban for any Over M tin leading bicycle io Canada, and 'loday It li better than erer. CQJIB K and .we will teli you aore akcvl It. LADIES' AND GENTS' MODELS ake steps lor Inlerastional prevontioTi Viogie unil by a French adminrilrator, nd control of International -auil' snperviEeJ uy the cell jureaus and commissions already es- al ghine coinrulSBlon. Properly rignts ibliEhrd will-be unfier the safeguarded in both ports and ell asjhose to be established iii Ihe I 'p[ trealment as respecting uture. Arrjendmcnti to tne Covs.ninl Amendments to" the coTeyaiiv jtill effect when ratified by the conu- cil and by. a majority of the assembly. of Germany Germany cedes Ip Prance, Alsace- Lorraine: 5600 Vquore_-.miles, :and _lo Belgium Two" ibetween "s'nfl Holland.' beyond Pirs.'la, 27.6SJ snaare Prussia being isolated from thi main body by a part Pol- and. She loses the Bortheaslernmost lip of 40 Eduare 'miles north of IS? niver Memel, and the internallonallzed areas about Danzig, 729 Ihe'baiiri.ot tt'e '733 -stinire between ;western .border of the RheLlscb "pallatlnate.of Bavaria, and the southeast corner of Lniem- burg. The Danzig "area conalsLi of the V between tho Kogat and Vistula, riv- ers made by trie addlllon pf'a similar JV on the wesl.-including the city ol .Danzig. The' southeastern' third of [East Prussia and. the :area between i Bail Prussia 'and tbe Vlshila north of latitude 53 degrees Ihree minnles; 15 IU nallonalll'lcs 'determined '.I by popular vole, miles. a> I Is to be the casein plrt of Schleswlg, I 3.7S7 square tMnr.nti.s'MonF.LS WM Letkbndge Cydc Co. (UPPLIM CLAM "Ktt SECTION THREE Germany lo consent, lo the ebro atlon of the lrealie.3 b! 1835, by Belgium, was .eatabliaherl as a eiltral state, and to agree In advance o'any convention Ihe" ai- led and associated jroVers may deter- .to replace Ihem. Site Is lo ritizc the full sovereignly .ot Bel- lum oVer Ihe contested territory .of iloresnot and tver parl ,'Crf- Pnlsslan Moresnot and In favor of Belflum all rights ovtr Bupen and nedy, the inhabitanls ol. which are to be entitled wllhlh slx'nlbnlhs X) prolMt afalnsl change of; In whole or parU Ihe final declelon to be reserved to fhfc'leajnoj ot nations. A commi.saipi) to nettle Lhe details of {he frontier, and Various regulations for change of .flatlCDRllly are laid down. Luxemburg Gennany lier. various Irealles and vrith ETand rif l.uisnibure; rccog- tj thai U ceased lo be a party of llio GcrrriKp Xollvcrln .January lasU renounces all rltht'oCeiplolla- RIGHT TIRE for every and t INNER TUBE to Fit the Tire you a service as complete as it is huslworlliy- DOMINION "GROOVED'? Treads to the "PLAIN TREAD'? TIRES DOMINION TOE f For-Ihe woman who likes to .dtnVMp this model dlHinff tprwil. J t li nnute'ln i nvtatj of do 11 fin lib end'parent .leathers LouU or Spanish traffic assured Iheynationals, vessels and goods ot every country. Contracts betweejl AlEace-Lorrain and Germans are maintained. sav> for France's rljht to'4'nnul on erounda pt puWlc judgments ci lain classes .of cases, a i __ ._ Political-condemnallocs: arc, null.and obligations to repay war fines is eslablfshed-is in other'parU of alllci territories.' (Continued on opposlle EATSPANURVJFF; GUARANTEED Potltiv'ely Growa Hair on Bald Heads. Orfe Jar-wllf stop falling hair. Start a jrowth of move all bandrulfjind leave scalp In a healthy itaU, o fund Price, LEO J.'CASTJAU, Scaip Suite 17 LETHBRIDGE a Dollar Buys More than IF STATELY DJGIH1TY 1s.your.'.cliolcc lor a, we are ready lo submit a variety or 7 i1 t" Lethbridge Monomental Y ajh SI reel, siuth, .MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. L HliN your dealer: advises you to 'buy- a pair of slwcs which costa dollar more, he proUably ktimyi what he talking about. He knows that every, shoe m rcprcscris good for the IN K, OF P. HALL ON May 3th Ticket! Orehertrau DANCIHO 9 A.M. VLJUI U tent i act v r ,t t dollar more, lie prob'ably ktimys what he a talking about, knows that every, shoe m rcprcscrlts good 10 nioiTcy Init he also knows that some represent belter value per dollar SoUiers. A dollar ruUlecl to th'e cost sbinetirnes.bujr atlollar'u v- If vou'wiil co to a reliable dealer, and be guided by his advice, you will -eldom (ail'to get-value for your liinncy.. And if yon wilbECe .that the nianutaciuWs trade mark..is. ori the sliocs you biiy, confident. llie iv.anufaclu'ri hiisiiicjps u is .behind it. Send for our booklet "How to You will find it helpful. It- is sent with our compliments; to any 'address ih Canada upon request to bead orticc at AMES HOLDEN McCkEADY 1 ST.joiis TOKONTb EDKONIOM., ;