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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX THE I.KTHHUIDOE nAIt.T HEUAUJ THURSDAY. MAY 8.1919 umriiniiM nncivnuii MV opening Iht Klsion ol the contertnc., M. CtenwnctJU, f relidln] officer, spfiklnj to th. "It It to txprtsi ntsdlew You have before yoj of the small Und artit powtra united In thli man war which wii upon them. The hour hai arrived (or a heavy Mttlemenl of the DutasU, xcretiryjenrnl the peace conference, delivered a of the treaty ts Count vcn Brockdorff-RanUau. head of the Get- who made.a britl reply. ,_ "We declare Ihat IVB do not deny the extent of our deftll. We know the sower of the Ci-'rman He isii h; wai unsble lo admit thai Germany wij soltly culpable demanded that the allits mike taee according to President Wllion'j Germany to the wrong done to Btlolum and aave assurance cf reconstruction .1 n northern France. Count von Bmckdcrff-Hant'au asksd lor the liberation of German and said that Germany adopted the league of This lleoame Known Bill Providing FOT mobilization Was Up. NOW GERMANS WILL CONSIDER TERMS BEliLIX. iant at Versailles ol the new Berlin Gcrtcsn ZeiUing in R dispatch says th'e German delation (o the peace congress will derail ?rom the oil Jtp- JomaUc customs. They Tril! not at- tempt, be assets. 10 refuse or Lo arsue out conditions they deem unacceptable tut inlcnJ, vi each separate case It is lo present a formula'.eii lion, conlzioln? '.he maximum Ine Germans are willing Lo concede. WONT PUBLISH FULL TEXT TILL JUNE intention ot gainlcr, an op- toriuniit to introduce German ci- correspon- Boris anVobuin new customers- SCEKES IN THE PEACE CHAMBER VERSAILLES, Mav The cere yesterday vrhlch attracted ihi hall p. crowd of correspondents and of- fidsls-who fcesan arririue at an early hour, started el 2.20 o'clock when ser- vants brought ia buse F.rmtuls of the printed conditions of peace end dis- tributed Item, one copy to each deie- gauca. around ihe whole The Germans only wero eiceptfd. Ihflr copy belnx delivered lo them at during ttj tritislatloa ol Prem- May full S o! Ihe.petce Irsaty tlta Qer- j SUpneI1 pic-aon. tho French ror- not be puSlUhedI until alter enferei [or a Eur- ii.his been sijaed, the Lcio de Paris arrangements and thea left iiys lolay- The. document mil then' OTTAWA. -May After a quiet afiernoon silllnE, during which somo minor xoverument measures a slage. llie coramous touLslit In com- mittee considered t.he bill covering the avpropriatlon for demoL- ALloh und other purposes connect- ed Kill] the termination of lhe war. D. U. McKenzle; opposition leader. having expressed the view that ILis vote would have followed the buugct and tnal the'nilnisler ol finance should give the house a slatemenl o! wnr costs, Sir Thomas While responded wlln some. flKures. The minisler stat- ed that, so far, the war had Increased iho national debt to Outstanding itar loaus amounted lo The Store With The Values No' doubt .well selected garments when you see and no doubt you know when garments have the value and are priced and that is why we claim'lhis is the value store. A visit to out1 store convince you. Objection was laVen by F.' S. Cahlll, Pontiac, to the Canadian' credit given lo Rumania. He thought that tho manufacturers should be able to so and set fcr themselves. H, H. Stevens. Vancouver Cenire, objecled to what he' described as "the everlasting balling of tho manufactur- ers." He denied that the agreement lor a credil lo Hunmnla constituted a ?onus i'or the manufacturers. ceau and Premier Lloyd "George and President entered together sad moTed informally 10 their plat-as ?ad, ct the table. Premier Or- fetTSpapers on the treaty is that Ic :L lie honor of France has teen satis fied and efforla of Its to f fflT. SEiIsUctLCa to the legitimate! F-ore7sn SoM1-lMf clitai of m3 WIIPDS wroDcea by Ger- .mmny are In some qaar- offi. tsrs the bloc ol the head lhe Ger-r v-uil J _..... mVa delegation ihat Germany will try to obtain Lhe rtffht to carry oat her- eeJT Ihs.rEsloratJDn of the deyaslated of France and Belgium is In- rpmed'aa- bein; made with ;ne .-._-_ r HakiiJvTIjf (ilint6' But insrv? people even I jarttsaUtiy aflei' th% beby conu, SErepecalisrly subject lo Py-arrbcc, tiicir cttosth- cih Urae. Grinndlr thi oagy., teeth tha ir-cj.b-cozic tho brccd- jiag-.plr.ccs cf disctsa EBTTZS -rhfcct thi Berrsra'of lert first fcadar- Try Ferfiaa'sfor. H ToaitJVTtly pre.-cii'jPj-orrtea, If nr-cd -la ccnhic-liv. Ko tooth vrlJl do'lliii. "V And Foriaa'sclcsza tc-cth ccieztifl- fcaUr ca TrelL E.-Jih your 'teeth with It keeps Ihe viiitc aadclsaa, using Foiaaa's Bad cocnlt a immediately for special treci- All druggists. V FORMATS, LTD., FOR THE GUMS VDANDERINE" FOR cer, appeared in ihe chamber, heralii- ins the- approach of tie German dele- satlon Toe Geimans entered the door an instant later, preceded bj'a functionary lhe French ineat weiring glittering chain of hla office, TT30 annoucceii in a loud, voice: v "Messieurs, the German delesatea." There wu-come little confusion anwny the Germans Thlle they were GDdiEs "their proper places. Couct Ton who enleretl gloves la hand, took lhe centre chair, while hU flve colleagues and von him on either lisuu. -Firs Gene an" Becretariea and .Lhe'r iaier- took- their seats aL tie table In lhe rgar." 31. Clemcacfcau theD and de- clared lhe session opened. He Elart- .his ppenlns speech, pausing to pencil tbla to he anslsled into English and German r French interpreters. The head of ihe German delegation dia hct'rlse Site Preniier.Qlenienceau, reidlDE his speech siUlng, but It was remarked uj some that hU apparent discourtesy to his adversaries may baTs tcca dlciated bjr physical condition. PRESS COMMENT "May peace terms, TThUa recelTics .consHerahle approval (rom almoci Uie entire London yreac, do not escape from sharp crltJcisnia ou certain The objections centre mainly Tipon UHJ qaestion of financial compensation from Ger- many. Some newspapers aie they.consider that the terms are ,loo severe. Others think they are not severe eoouph. The Marnfng Post finds it dlMicnlL to say -jrhethcr the treaty Is good or bad because of "the complexity, and Intricacy ot the but Is emphatic in declaring that the Talne of Uie treaty depends upon the power lo enforce' it, "as Germany will not accept it eicept under dnress." The Post thinks that the Indemnity, conditions are UDsaKffactory and do not fill the.election promlBes of the Brill5li goTerament. It says: "On Uie irhole lhe treaty 1i better OTTAWA. .May Mewbura made the siniemeuL yesterday that by next February'the estimate Kas that (hay irould'be ihrcugit irith hospital accommodation. Patients In -military hospUais In England -were be- ing evacuated quickly. Under I were stfll to be returned to Canada, i and, of these, l.SOO were slid in hos- pitals in France. He saiil there were almost ia Ca-nada. lie cxpecS etl that the whole oi Ibe troopsivrould be back by August, and hy "'ttie e'nd of the rear no one would be retained except the purpose of clearing-up. Essequibo With 588 Wounded j George to Dock At Halifax OTTAWA, 5tay transport with wounded on board and lr nurs- ing sisters, is iiow on her way acrosg the Atlantic and -will prohably reach PortlaQ-J, Malae, .on May 13. Western i soldier.-? and nursing dl- among the various military dis- tricts as.follows: Vancouver -U 30 Calgary.................. 35 I ai HsIifaK Ottawa, -May mljilla depart- ment states that lhe transport Royal George, "which is due on or about May 11, will Halffax Instead-, of; originally transport Cassandra, also due about the llth. will at Montreal In- stead'of Queftec. lhan Lave been anticipated, It has -In U the principles of a peace if these principles we put Into practice." dandruff and "double J "of your hair ,'fpr few cents.- 1 All lhe men oE lhe striking building I trades In Ileglna arc'nact at work. The. bricklayers secured IheJr original demand of per tour and' an 3- honr day. i FORIIMYCOHO SCHEME ttOMf a tererli'n Irrlta-1 WB of tho the bilr rtoU kpoin Iben the hilr rmt tut To atop filling hair ud ri e'retors and (o keep nubile ailcntfoi from lhe most vllal niatlcr.i ol tiy fixing fl on nap igs and trifling pollllcal letnet ,__prercntlny an undeMtanillng and ri-rneJylng they 'doTclop Vid allowing them Kf Increase- iinti tliay arrive1 at A climax, lie a ____ _. __ ___ commercial in uhlch demnncl fif'rtlrnc'ji.1- lie sees lliai; wo lo 1U pt'.ett commoilllles' anil then MR oper- Hlors nrc allowed lo corner Uie. ily nnd-demand all (hat tho public ias, nien who will liold goods In.slor- nge until they spoil or will even de- stroy food rather than allow prices to drop. Wilson and It. appear- ed cis representing iHo Builders' Kx- change, ll'jlldlng slrJkts havo bcoi recently In progress, horo, and tne cat'- pentcrs are ttlll out. They ciplnlned Iho condlllons oxlant vHh rogard to (he liulldln? Iridca. .Mr. Wllaon jtrongly yplielil the plan ot compul- sory medlallon. The srea! increase In Ihe'cost ofjiiway from the inost vllal mailers ot living, amone oilier of the (ou'r roarj, has comptlled the worX- fogmrrn (p.glrc lo which lives nnd.Kefs can thesp cuii' of The sprinkler ByAtem In the hosiery mill, ou Weat King jlreel, Kingston, sararl (liat fsclory from btlas burnocl down. Her. Mr. nnd Mrs, 0. T. ol Krox Prcshrlcrlan ctiurcti, lanf, wfici recently.rcaljjnc'l lhe paatoratc on ac- couiil ol'lhe Illncan of Mr, Ilaync, vroro vvflllcj upon tiy [he (.anftegntltni (n the clnirch anil prcaunted A of gold and an Tlisl lahorflnrl employment lionn In nrc Aiiperlor lo noxiof .of CaniiOn li tllo olT. 'M. Molloj', corn, ml.snlonor of Iribor at Hoglna, nftcr compurlne slatl.itfcs aralfnbln, Ihroil lhe Dominion-wide emDlotrncnl ;t-m, s Adler-i-ka Helps Son! "My EOn had inflammation Ol bowm( snurlieas. stopping stomach distress IMHTANTIA. Empties HOTU lipped and lower bon-cl, flushing BNTIItM Hllnienlary CAnal. itemoves foul matter palsons system; Often CUHBS coniltpatlon. Prererilj tp- pendlcllls, Wo have sold 'Adler-l-lif mfiiiy ycara. It Is a mliture ol nucki IhorTi, glycerine and nlnn oilier slmpio dniffi. J, JX lllglnr hotbatn fe UmltU, ic, ;