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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta nae. Hum llbe HOHBIUDCE DMLT HERALD THURSDAY. MAY 8. UTHMIMC HMM-0 PWNT. HM COMPANY, LIMITED Mk Mutfe, _easure he should be ibanktul tor in that he Is to be arraluged UN rlmloal but is an olfendcr against nteroalional morality liy ol treaties. U Is some satisfaction hit be li to be personally callel to ccounl The Ignominy ol hi. position .nd ihe cbaling o[ spirit, ihe humll- allon list this believer In hi. al- mightiness cannot but sutler, will be jomethlns in way ccmpenss- llon (or bis being delivered from the g.llows. Those who presumed themselves to U the supermen hive been lausht the ievere'1 lesson which huminlly has imposed on those who have Iransjres Us laws. Overweening ambillon 1E1S OF PEACE Rights ot Inspection and police associated fishing boats shall M eier- cissi lor al leasl live years only by vessels of these powers. As to the lu- ternttlonal railway union, she. adhere lo lie new CMvonlloji when formulated. China AJ to the Chinese customs t.rilt rangemenLs. tie arrangement of IWi regarding Whang Poo. and lie Indemnity ot 1901. Vrance, Portugal and Rumania, ai to the Hague conven- lion ol 19M relating to civil procedure and Great Brlciln and the United Stales as to article three ol the which was separat- ed trom France In 1SU. when Cer- retusBd V accept any psrl ot nch publfc'debt. France will not i u; part ol GerAany a pre-war he assume and lanitag over and In German Urrllory treatment with German si to'use ol German'airdromes and wllh most 'favored uiMlon issues as to Internal commercial tratllo In Germany. Gorm.ny agrees lo accepl al- lied certificates ot untlonallty air SECTION 12 VJCILUHM rltory eiceedi Ihe amount ol dell as- lumed, the states to which property teded give credit on reparation lor tie eicess. with tho eiceptlon ol A ..M-Lorralae. Mandatory powen will Freedom if Tranilt DOl'assume nny German debts or give rjermauy must grant freedom any credits lor German government I, (llrouBQ ber territories by mal ooila. ships, car- _____ or lo any of Iho or associated1 p'oworB without hn desiroyea itself. The world ,reilv ot 1599. they are rellev- has troubled can ouce more se- ,rely rest In peace. The menace ol a.tkms i" been removed, and a gnat vlclory has bwn consumi n a glorious peace. tfTTLIMINT IN CIVIC WAGE DIJPUTE. The leagliy negollatlou! which been geing on between lie cll> Mundl and tie civic employees have It Ii lo truitad, been latistactoril Milled In lie acceptance by tie la ur ol the proposals offered. In Ibes propoial. lie compromlie arrange m.nt iujgMtad by tie men have been a properly. Qerminy renounces all rlgnt l wllef (0 goo of representation O'J. or control or. anj [rum o The governing body Is Us executive. t consists ot !t mombcrs, 13 repre- enllng lhe governments, sis tbe em- iloysr? employees to serve or three yoars. On lomplalnl that uny government ias lulled lo carry out a convention lo which II is ei party. Iho. governing body muy mako Inquiries directly to thai government and In case the reny is uusatlsluclory. may publish the com- plaint wllh comment. A coropl.lnt by one government against another mas be referred by tho governing body 10 commission ot luinilrir nominated by Iho secrVMary-gtncnil ol the league. H lhe commUFioii lo bring eatlsfaclory'action Ihe'nutler may be lakc-n to a permanent court ot Jusllie for final decision. The rtlef reliance d ot all obligation toward Germany. Bilateral Tnallei Each silled and associated state may eze-v er.y treity wlih Germany Inso- as consistent with the peace treily by giving notice within sis months. Treaties entered into by Germany lince Aususl I, witi other enemy slates and before or since (hit dale with Rumania. Kus.-ia and govern- mentj represenllng parts ol Russia ara abroseied and concessions granted under pressure by Russia lo German subjects are annulled. The nllleS and associated slates are to enjoy most tavored nation Irealmenl under treat- ies entered Into by Germany and other enemv states before Aug. 1. 1SU. under iniliss E-tored Lnto slat, bants, commission or other slm- _ liar luleniallonal flnsnclal and econ- custonis or Irnusll duties, uuduu omlc organizations, lays, rcstrli-tlons, or Germany Is required lo pay the total on means ol transport, or cost of the armies of occupation from placo ft or jepjriurc. Goods In the daU of the armistice as long asluin.ll shal, bo assurcd all possible they are maintained in German terrl-1( especially uerlshable lory; cost to be a first charge on Germany may'nol divert traffic ber resources. Tbo cosl ol reparation I fnm nonnai course in tovor ol Is ihe neil charge, alter making much L traBspoIt routes or maintain provisions lor payment tor imports asp ,.control stations" lu connection with the allies may deem necessary. I traus-mlgrnllon Iralflc. She may not Germany is to deliver to lhe L-ubllsh nny discriminating and associated powers all sums depos-1 ted lu Germany by Turkey Aus- rta-Hungar.v in'connection llnancial support extended of word, tbat ion than did Clei .Mnulng lie to ot JTBV of Peac. The word! lo word-. Ton have before you lie .-t-BlWle. 01 ihe small and rtici wa.- on The arrived lor a fceavy ol tie acconnl." will the In [it n ,'rato memory ntleranc iber ot words e mal nwmenloai In lii bj'tie hl.tory ot world. K wia only' In ti. of till ..of the Into consideration, and It would b. only fair to say that the Commls- lo meet the re- olreaenls even to-stretching a point tavor of the men. The have shown an eicel- iplrlt tlrombout the dispute. have been level headed aad not ub. Tie give acd Uke attitude hi betn moil commendable. There are adjn.tments to be made, we under itann. should not furnish in tie .way of stumbling jlocai lo reopen what I. now a long itoir- H It h true thai b a qncilion (or securing enforcement of Uie will bo publicity wltli n possibility o economic action In Iho Tho first mcet'.UB ol tlio contcrenc will lake placo In October. 1519. al Wachlngton, lo discuss tlio S-bour or 4S-hour week, prevention ot unem- ployment. -.illO application o! the couvenilou udopt. against tho ports of allied or nssoclal ,ed powers; must grant Uie latter s i wllh [nvortd and roducea tar- by her lo grarited ber own or other nations to transfer lhe allied ami associated BUM _ and children at night or In unhealth> them during the wir and to ihe allies all claims against Aui trla-Hungary, Bulgaria or Turkey Ii connecllon with agreements made dur- ing tie war. Germany coulirms the renunciation ot lhe treaties ol Buchar- est and Bresl-Lliovsk, On the request of the reparation, coramiulon, Germany will expropriate AU-. 1. 1014. must ho maintained Interests of her nation- due facilities as lo warehouses. lUntl HIV powers equal-rlthts wllh those ol her natlonnls her.ports and water- lur- L-ays, save thai she Is tree, to open or close her maritime coasliiig t.-'.e. and neutral states during- the Ocbti- jyttem ot clearius houses Is to be created within .three In Germany and one in allied anfl state, which adopit the plan lor the payment ol pre-war debts. Including those arising from contracts suspended by the war tor the ment of tie proceeds ol the Hiulda- tloc of enemy property and the settle- __....._-------------- menl ol other oblljatlonsr Kich slate o[ Sao colteiii wtich slio retus- assumes responsibility for Ine pay- meat ot all debts owing by Us nation- als lo nationals of-the enemy-slates IV ____s .-an work. Labor Nlue principles ol labor aro recognized on the firounil llial liic well being, and moral of ihc Industrial waeo earners Is ol supreme International Imuorlaucc With ciceptloii necessitated by Hie ifferenccs of habits anil development, they Include as diff' FREE to All 624-Page Book I UA1STHATINQ with oter 100 I Portraits Ibn Etcry of the world's best music. Wlielhcr you own VlclroU or not. Get Your Copy of this Big Book FREE II out ol town send us your name and address, and we'll mall you a copy. Victor ma from lime" payments If desired. RISCIi, Balmoral Block "The Home of thi Vlclrola" m of li ai lo the ilatui of tie meeting lch decJded on tie settlement ol tie dispute I soonlQ not be weighed In 13 cases of prewar iniolvency 0 e debtor. The proceeds of the 01 private ensmy property In each par- iclpatlng Elate may be used to paj He. debU owed lo the nationals of hat ilale, direct payment from debtor lo and all commnnicallons relal- International Rivers Urazll io withdraw from 1 The (roul the Junction ot tue 'vitavla. Ihe Vllavla Irom Prague the Oder from Oppa. the -Nlemen Iron. the balance In UM itneral acceptance at the come lo. At heat. It may U -viewed as eomethlng' technical and not pre-arranced, la the argument lha when" senlencel (h Cfer- mu nationals ana lor other claims jgalnsl Germany, Germany ns pen-ate its natilonals tor such los MHSI9L.C. Ja.J md tu dellve.0- wiliin sii_montbs all documents relating to- properly, held bv IU nationals in allied and associal- VH war leflsTallon as lo enemTproperty rights andJnlerestJ- conld be ten was done .nd mi woald hare bw done If tie same wai ponlble. Wlli tie employees' clalmi one will antrrel, and no one would of Con -lertMnave been .low In'lie natter iiti'.Hime liken but, llle s, the irlndini line. Nothing been In maUnf Ihe at lit'fte great offence wWeh Oer has guilty: of. Tiey ,Wn drafted.'io. tial ai l.r ai Bladi cm go, no loophole li left lor tie of oftence. To crowl jt aH one' eicepl lie' enemy will agreVwllll lie preamble of quil-k'ii' a firm and lost It II conld "poislbly be lo err It erred M tie side of leniency to wild bettn enemy had no claim. In Ih' kolocanai be created. II wai, however .In humanity to.the ininmane ttat that virtue sllll eilsted In th 'Linirli'ud lhe peace lenns wert no Dominated by spirit ot lo Ih Vnwil'akea" wbtch was lhat ol tb Tbe ol the !fKi bave shown Itself were h tie llrtalor of tbe same. Tbe diplomacy displayed In the irajthif of lhe peace terras by the was distinguished In 'lhe ol the conquered coloclei: :The niandalory system iai been so ;r.nll.j Anjtralla, New Zealand, 'aa4 Afrlo. bave no ruion lo They get have reiented .tie being acceded (o should clrciimilance.s permit ted. We can oily repeat that tiey have loofbt taelr Hgbt In a favor Thc peace Is distinctly a humane peace, "Germany over all" becomes "Ger m.oy ander all." Now walcb the Huns bringing o get wiat they could not accomplls b) force. easores abandoned.. Contract. Pre-war contracts allied and'associated nationals, excepting he United Slates, Japan and Braul nd German nallonals .are. cancelled icept lor debts for accoiinls. already performed. Agreement, for the Tran.fer of Property Ti-here lhe pibperly, bad already assed, leases of land and houses, con- racle ol mortgage.3, pledge or j.lning concessions, ccnlracls governments and msuran.cD contracts mined arbitral trlbnnals shall_ abllst'1 of three merabErs, one.cnos- en by Germany, one by the ajsocmlea stales and lhe third by .agreements. fa-'Jlna which, by: of They shall have Surls- a deep draft RblneOieuse canal is she shall be 'esubilshcd there. tugs, vessels and lacllllie. for ni all these rivers, lie specltl ed by one year alter the peace, nasa- Government shall make full WJing Swllieriand A new map ol Europe has anfolde teelf, and tbe elders ol today a congralulatiLg themselves that they are beyond tie school age. "Whit will tie enemies ol Lloyd George have to say in regard to tbe terms ol peace? It they are not sat- isfied they will be hard to please. al! disputes as lo con- tracts concluded before Ibe present peace treaty. Fire insurance conlraos are not considered dissolved by Ibe -n Three ince war c've-i If premiums have nofbeei paid, out lapse al the dale of lhei IIH [annual premium tailing due. ,Th I mouths after'lhe peace, life Insurai contracts niay be. restored 'byp-, menls'ot'accurhulatea premiums to be recoverable with Interest. Marine Insurance contracts are dis- solved by the.Outbreak ot .war. eiccpt where lhe risk nd property, such as wharves warehouses held by Germany In Rot- erdam at the outbreak ot war, musl s handed over. Railways Germany. In addition lo most favor- ed nation treatment on her railways, agrees to cooperate In lhe establish- ment of .through ticket services tor passengers and baggage; to ensure communication by rail bslween the al- Hm) as.ioclale.l and other stales; al- low Ibe construction ol Improvement wltiiin 25 years ol such lines as necea- ary. to conform her tolling slock o enable its Incorporation In trains ot allied or powers. She Tho Rhine Is placed under tho cent commission to meet al Sirassburg within sli months after the peace and composed ol four yea France, which sball In ritis, luuiuMiue Coblenz and the territories nearest the Delgian Irontier, will be evacuated al- er 10 the remainder, In- win be evacnalea allcr 15 yefarsi In case the Inler-nlllcd reparation commission finds that Germany has tailed to observe tne whole or part ol wbole or part ol tho areas specified will be re-occuplel Immed lately. II before lhe eviration of lhe in 'years Germany compiles with nl the treaty undertnklnEs, the occupying forces will be withdrawn Immcllalely Easlftrn Europe All German Irdops al presonUii ler ritorl- ol Ihe'ncw [rentier sha return" as soon as Uio allied and as- sociated governments deem wise. They aro lo abstain Irom all requisitions andaro In M way lo Interfere wllh measures for national defense taken bv lhe government concerned. -i reearding occupation nuv provided by tho treaty will be rceu ated by a subsequent convention or convenllpns, which will bave slm- lla'r force or effect. lo b market. A volunteer tiro department has been organized al llbeln, Saelt., wltli twenty-seven men volunteering, and Walter Collins was elected lire cblet. At a mccllns oMbe Gardiner Pres- bvierlan congroEalion, Bittlclord It was decided to eilend a call lo Rev. C. McLeod, of No further opportunity will bo given Eardencrs to secure vacant lot garo- Ins In Over BOO. lots have beea-as'slgned season. The. city planning Swilt Current Is preparing plans for Ihe improvement ot Elmwood part, afld propose .10 Meet a.bath house on Ine'groonds. hard labor icr r .X- f.HI flll'be'taken'.eMl to In and iwo'eeach ol Great Dnlaln, Italy, Switzerland and Iho Ne.her- SECTION 15 Mficellancous Germany agrees to recognize lhe lull validity ol Ihe treaties ol peace anil additional conventions lo bn conclud- ed by tho allied .and associated powers With the powers nlllcd wllh Germany toVgree tb 'tbe decisions to bo Inlicn The claws of 'the wild beast Europe have been clipped and where ujc ,-t ready been Incuireil. the risk had not altached, prErolums are recov erable, bthcrwlae premiums due ani ___. nn losses are recoverable also agrees to accept the denunciation of !bc St. Colhird convention It Switz- erland and Italy so request, and tcm-, porarlly to executive Instructions as lo the !rar.ip07l ol anil sup- i piles anil the cr-tabllsbment of poslal and telegraphic- service, as provmcii. To ensure Czcc-ho-Slo'vakla access lo over to Franco nil her drafts and do- ,lgns for this part, ot Uio river____ agi as to the tcr.'ll I AuslrUHnn Eary, Bulsaria-nnii Turkey and to rec ngnlze Ihb ne'w siatps In li.c frontier SECTION 13 suffered. lo grow' again. But to be- watcl.od. be wll.i sllll .Jj'aie From cut to well and Irom north Jo south territorial frontiers'have been changed and. new nations have come Tnlo but the territories, o! the of those In their zone, ai jrell Empire, having stood v- ihe Jh'ock ot lour and over of a .'wki lie mandate these colonies be- Integral portion, of Ibelr terrl- i.firle...' jn the area eall ol the nhlce. to be nafortltlei) and unoccupied by Vanned forces, the Hhlne will havs lost 'ill tie It hid tor Germtny aid lit "Wi'ch on the Ralae" will be lato lhe dust (orgolle'n .''l> lne transference ol the prOTlllonally lo France, a reparailon his been eiacted the eneiny. and the demolishing ol Hellfolar.d by itiihind" ot Ihe'nallon war tbal has no precedent, sland In tact. "Lorn Moore, President ol the Tiadc accurately size O. n..U.. up when he said thai WM like the rainbow-colored pill t'.ic guack who guaranteed 3 cure ove nlgot U he bil wished lo Improve "on this'.he. mlg'tii; hive ,added that the 0. 'a U. was looking lor, the treasure nless invasion has ma or lhe re-Insured tq llnl another nsurer. Any allied pow- r, however, may cancel all tbe con- racls running beln-een Its nationals nd a German llle Insurance company. being obllgaldf lo hand e ver the proportion ol Us aSFels at- lblitablo lo sucb policies. InJuslrial property rlghU, tc n- riallc, .he Is pp.rmll.ted to run ber Own through trains lo Tldme Bml Trieste. lo lease her (or 9'J yeara jpaces In Hamburg and Sleltln, ttio delallal'.fo. be worked out by a comml.ialon of Three, representing International Labor Oraanlzalions Members of the league ol nations ij'ree lo establish a permanent or- to promote International adjustment ol labor conditions to con- 3Ul ol annual labor con- Icrcncea and an International labor lo be fixeil lor Ihem. Gcrminy agrefa not lo nut lorwnr nny pecuniary claims against nny a lied or associated powers; signing Ih nresenl treaty upon ovnnts be lhe coming Inlo force ol Un Cc-riimny accepts nil ilecreea as lo German ships anrl goOils made by al- lied and nssoclalcd government prize, courts. Tlic alllfs reserve the right to examine nil decisions of German prlzo courts. The present treaty, of which the French find British lejl are manager'ol the Edmonton, has t oa. 'manager ol Ibe Bank; ol Nova Sco- la, with'which Is now. amalgamate! he Dank ol Ottawa: The Eslevan grain grower, have de- cided lo ask the 'central raneo tor a nomlnallng ot the farmers ol that electoral i, select a Candidate loV.runllor the aouso'of commons on lhe The lonoer Is composed ot four rep- rejentallves ol each Elate, two from Ibe and one cnch .Irom lhe 'employers anil employees. Each ol them may vole It l ho plittorra. Rev W. R. Sutherland, who bas bqen doing missionary.. work. In the nolglil bOrhooil of Yorklon, has been made lhe recipient ol a puna ol a token ol lhe goodwill end esteem ol. hlo numberlejs Jrlends tbroliBliOul elEle.ra Saskatchewan. The Ont, board ol education received trom H. Uarlloll. l an ultimatum tbat .unless iiulhentlc, shall bo ratified anrl the dtposlllon ol rallncallons mmlo In Paris as soon as possible. Tho treaty to become cHoctlvo In nil reapccts on Ihe ilalo ot dcposj Czscho-Slovakli, Germany ahil .Oroat lcglsbtlve_ body, Urltaln.. The Klil.Can.l -Tno Kiel canal is'lo remain free and Irlal literary property ltie o( iil' aiid domlnttlon Is ta- at Jnstlcc ami rlitbliiil MM baj Irtaled In n rll.ntiaw. i to lie where tbe The wiiJftcll of lhe rurnl of N'orlofi oiler a 'guaranli lee ot SECTION NINE easlom an slnndard lime In Immedl.lltely reslored In tho fiuWlo schools jind..CoHcglll3 Institute proceedings will bo laken'm the supremo court lo haro.the nian- IIIO OUIM ,1; mint of London's ocluiallonal Inslltav of Nlftrli lo Induce n medical pi lo aeillp 'Wllhln Ihe municipality, nml asks the vllbees of Colgate anil Good- walcr to clvc a EnaranleROl laOO cjr.h. Powers to '.'Slch derman'territory U reileil will'assume a cerlaln prnhop tllon ol the' (Jorman war ilr-hl. Ibe lo lie filed by the reparation on Ihn basis of the ratio lictwfjpn appointment of anj mMlon.' fo'r prelWIniry hcarlnsv ol complaints, eJ.labllsh a aulh.ority 41 kW''. J Aerial P rmlll IJHil territory ami Alrtralt ol (ho alllM nasoc-ialftil Ocrminv' of the co.tieil IKFIILUJJ "ii" lolal revenues for lhe three nowcru shall tjavp lull liberty ol at tho scat ol Ihe Icnguo ol nations as part ol IU organization It s io'collect data on labor throughout Iho world. It will publish n iierlodlcnl In h'rcnch ami English and ponilhly other langiiaKOi. Knch slates ngrccii to pre- pare lor pfenenlnllon .In Hio fonlef- tncc a report ol (fikcn lo escoiile ncccploj conventions. syOfl UL 311UU3 7 troiibles oml aislst In proper walking. ASK TO.'BE FITTED r 4HOE9 W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE ;