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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LET1IBR1DGE DAILY PniDAY.MAYO.lOlP year; M. Per! Q-jfsticuird II I he peo- ple. could pay such an amount. H'jn Confer VERSAILLES, May German icieiales to' the congress quartered here, conferred among themselves all last the conference. Uillni untU laidiiflhT. Sli member! oi the mission tare lor Berlin. of then news- papermen who are reported to havo been commissioned to b'Ktn. a press campaign at, home. ay S.-The dues- manr 10 ilie Germany .Iff treaty or nol i! the yrtssits one o( the ilve b.CQ pu, ou( jusl now the hour. H Is impossible as yet to sain; of IndueiKiiis negotiations au indication of the attitude of iha and that u is nol ucersurirs ccnclus- Cei-min debates, but inlornullon- ire. Eiftns altacbrd 10 Ite Intfr- coralnE from German Hjurres socs to alllei conference who bare Just w- show il is quite possible the Ehnrl- turned from Ctrmauy. nitre they Srttedenumn. (overomeni is consider-j dearorjd to oSiialn material lor a lc- Its late il II should accept such a deBnlte verdict von, ib'.s subject, be- I drastic ireatv. It mar choose lo rf-, Here. that refusal by the j iase 10 Elm lie uea'.v and go down ia I pre.-fnt lovernmenT n nol Impossible. I a hize or patriotic glory. They upcct in' la Is ito Tha rrtalest shock to lie GsrmanB ellstlns goTtnraum would lall Im- tiven by the establishment o[ tie medialtlv and be succeeded by an In- or Poland, jiving, as II does. dependeni-Soclilisl government which FUME IN AIR ICEINISI they eipecled 10 hear rather more moderate proposals regarding the PolUb frontier and Danilg. delesafea also guBslion Iho siliUij- oi Germany reparation 10 the eilont laid dowa by the Had they doubi whether they shouM Elju clauses which ihoy art Mid Despite- the derision that no negotunons should be iiermitieJ, II Is expected here thai verlial discussions ot Gome phases- of '.be ireatv may tafce place. r Wink Verbal DHcussion BERNE. May ostensibly io regard as Vmi-osFible o( German government has telegraphed fulflllmenL They object to the to Ihe deletes at Versailles, order- render of tbe entire mercantile fleet ins to present-to the allied -Rud also arEalof inac-this -could force 1 assocliled powers within the 16 dtys theni lo pay an additiocal indemnity allowed a proposition demandlpf vcr- lo Ens.and (n freight ton of bal from Ber- raw material imported, manufactured Ho say. The peace of the and eiportei under tie virtual'Brii- 1 German national assembly at Q meet- Jsh monopoly oi ocean ionnajjc, which ing Thursday the peace MONTREAL. May jippl on by the CanaJJaa Pacific Hail or an air said Grant Hall, -prefSdunl ot the company, "Js nly natural when one considers that e are approaching a new epoch in ir transport applied to commerce :ren betore- the var a dirigible ship maintained t regular passenEar Ice between Franfcloit anj Berlin or two years aod during the war the roEress In aerial transit has been henomenal. Much or it has been due to the sfcill and daring ot Can- dtan fliors. Although at present aer- al transport Is a distinctly expensive natter, the progress being made In assume would soon follow t elimination .oi thfc GeTman mercantile EeeU Dua consideration ts nalurally giT- en the lact that the decision tiat Cer- Ttit tc the proportion of nwdl- contained ID Zim-Bulr, ard that li why Zsm-Bnk's healing pawtra tfe BO wperlor lo'.ordinary .oint- ViucDli, -which about o per cent, medicine And baling ftalmal fcam-Bnk eonlaJtm absolute IT animal fat or harsh drugs, but is compoMd eiclnslTely 61 ei-. "tracts of tatdlciul.. asi terba and oils- nr'e'sb Wtndrf, ud'coonn- 1 tiat tber cmUln the'mu.-. vuin tiauraiL wwtbiir, tic Had bnUng paver. tp thii luarrdUnii powf_ _ If" ted u leiTiiig EO tncc dimae (o Wmi cut Zam.Buk IsW fW ill euesr tea lifc .ue H vbortace of iueu lu tho og trults. afTeeuMit readied with the teen So Commission Hears in Mpow Workfrs Cant Proied Families MOOSB JATV', Ma.v Tue int coulrol vt icuuslry, iu wolch tho workers would have larger In the operatloa'or nil Industry, was al- most generally farored by int nesses before Ihe Malbcri commlsilon here today. -W. K. o! the Trades and Labor Council. e of ihe various elements wh enter Into unreil la labor rtTi first anionic which vax ilia housing o, both at records ecarclty ol blth rtnis The hlfb cost oC living. Jrplanes tnd dirigibles Is however, it. fs quite In order for a com- >a.ny such, aa the I'aclSe alhray to be realty to enter Ihe .field as soou Bffi'alr traus'por'.atlon comes rllhin Ine rapse of practical policy, .llhough there ara areas In Canada which will for a long time present ficuliles, particularly, to aviators, and there are other aregs vulch conform .0 the requirements of Uie experts. Take for Insiaiice. on the. western pralriea, which voffer the conditions described by Gen, Seeley as vita.. namely, they are regiona where Lhere are wide spaces with almost complete abscDce of real anJ wind, air traveling might Le made profitable. "There nre. hdire7er, many cosily features about an air "sen-fee by means ot Airplane which ivlll militate aeahist any bopc .ofMify: low rates, parnctilarly the necessity of suilable landing spaces, at frequent Intervals in case ot engine tronble. In a word. Ihe future of commercial air transportation ii uound up lu the question of cost, but we ara ol the opinion, that with the'englneerms and operating reaources 'which 'the Can- adian Pacific Railway always has been able to command we should be able to enter the Geld with confidence when ripe." meaning rmrliculsrlT Ihe n of lite, took pracUcajl? that tho Svorkrr inflde And he had nothing to protect bia the fuiuro. He declared thai the workers ivere anil Jiad been v set together with iKe frnplcrers lo satisfy dltNruHles, There would to be something" dbr.e to meet the sit aatfon or the (nought beyond doubi there would be ssrious trouble perhaps revolution. IV. G. Baker, reprFSfni stive of the railway trainmen, declared thera -were toe many uiUldlrincn between the pro ducer xnd rhe consumer, and Ihe re suit was High cosl'ot HvinR. The workers were" alive to this fact am were very unsatisfied. He olsi ihought that inera was a ecncral feel icg lhal Tras an ioylsible EOV ernnent -which was .Ihe boss, of gorernjne'ni which was elected by ihi people. Tha workers, he had -found were most-.B'nilous regarding ,nn employment and sickness insurance which would protect and help the r! tuition. -ifayoT Hamilton save o general conrittlons, (ouchlne; on th question aud negoMatron Uii labor organiiallc-ns, "which he s re presents iire of.ibe city, has had Woman Give's Evidence MOO3S JA.W, May Th Lathers commission Inquiring int udus trial conditions opened _ Ihl momins in the crty council chambe a large gathering of labor repn enlalives and employers. Among th during the morning WR AVllllam Allen, school truslec lected on the labor ticket. .Mrs. A en gave evidence as to the reason onnected with the uurest br Ideal i e" ranks. ot, organized labor. i'.Qne ioncd as to, the. lileratu tv-hich the workers were readliig mls ae the cause, she staled that wa ot HCinialnled willi Ihe litcratur nt was opinion cause Uy worker io yet a greater eharevpf hiK labor produces. -j llrs. asked whelher theXf act tbatr.certa U'ennire'bad beenltlanBec might n CHARLOTTETOW.V. P. E. to resolutions submit ted in tho legislature -yesterday b> Premier Arsenault, the Ballot act Is Lo be repealed and -by open Tottog In (he provincial elections. At present, lialC the members in th nnuae are fcnovrp as councillors and the other half as aEiemblymen. -Th former are elected by .property hold era only and latter hy properly owaers afid popular vote. His td lo abolish the dual qualifications Soldiers and aatlors 'who served OTBT Eeas or la Canada are to be glren th The reaion gUen for the change li UTe Election act. Is ITiat the o dual qualifications doaWe ballot which res all ed ID rge number of tballots being BIIO! ?it the last general c.edt.on. ve cauMil uorest, She altteU that wia a waU known fact that a book leu vai torblddcu was i vi'hlch wai MUfht. Mn. Al- a iboajjnt that the desire for bet- ifc'orkU'g aoU-Urlng coudltlons so to give their children a ancc in life one of tho r unrosL Kr-W. Wells, of ibe Jaw ulldors' Exchange, gave crLleuco as the unrest In HID building trades to a week ngo, when, a settlement ai reached. Ho stated In answer tu ueatloas that It WM caused toy the nine-hour auj from loo polul ot tlie builderi. ho considered 11 was decosBATy, KB luero yould be n tliortoEo ot mm and tlie. ceuo'u was (Don. and In onler la gel vort done- llie IUCIL vould have to lander thau elcbt hoiirt. TASTY TREATMENTS IN WALL PAPER The Lev SpriDK de'ilini are hero anil ufTW before viU paper cffejlEiea been AO in conwpi 16u, BlrlUnc (n anJ color employment as these BrriTalt we ira to ahow you now toward beautlfyluiE your borne. Approiirlile deKlgns for or intuaioa, (or or parlor and n cholco to meet every modwt or uxpcudlturt. Let us plan nnd estlmata KJth you. Wellington Bros. i THE DEC'ORATOM. SHERLOCK BUILDING 7TH STKEET NEURALGC PAIHS WtortOtl Oil 11 a safe and effective treatment for headache and neuralgia. Rubbed in vrrifirc the pain is. Jl acts as a tonic, to the torlurei ncrvca and almost ias'ariably bringi quick rtlief. Its healing', antiseptic qualities cm ilways-bc rrlicd upon to prevent in- iectipn.or other serious results, from sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and Just as good, too, for feet, stiff neck, frost bites, cold sores and canVer sorts. Get it from druggist! for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wijard Liver Wliipsj pleasant little pink pJlia, 30 Guaranteed. For Mil- Action With U. S. and Britain Considered 1'AHIS, May-9.-rrThe enjajeineot (or 5olnl action Oreat Britain aid the United Slates to assist Prance In case of an unprovoked ilUck Welted greater interest and eaUtOctjbri In French "official and military quarters Iban toe treaty. It Is understood to More New "Walkover" Oxfords Are Here! These-are a particularly fine assortment in brown and black. HUFNER, SHOEMAN Beside Merchants Bank Wetlneadas-, May comraentlnE or. Ihe report that the Hungarian com- munist gorcrnmeal hfld fallen, the Kran'xfort ZeltuiiK says: "We are no partlzans of tho Dol1 ve look'upoj Ihe fall ot the Budapest sotlel government as it misfortune. The of this government ID for the. the realization o[ a. great and our opinion fit Iliat, nov Dial lll'lr rain 13 are made easy point, Ibe Im- perlilial -jtalcimen ot tho enlenle will exact complete fulfillment payment ot their wills by the ptacc terms." POSTPONE FLIOHT .WASHINGTON, Jlay de annrc of the nava! Eeiplanes N'.C. and N.C. Z from Haltfai for Trepas sey Day, Nfld.; on tho tecond leu o their IranB-Atlanlle (light, ,hu lieen postponed until tomorrow, the. department was "ndrfserl Jusfhcfon nooii today In a mnug from fhe Ahlp at Halifal. have been the culmination of confer. ences ueld by Premier Clemenceau and Marshal Foch.' The latter the advancer! military .vleir for torn- plete' dsfcoslre "prolecLlcn. mid the .prcirlor sought reconcile this .TTlth more morltrale view held 1n the conference and emphasized the diffi- culties attended upon Joint action by Great Britain and Ihe United 1 The announcement of the proposed 1 j Joint action by (hoie tiro catmlrles I as the effect of harmonizing Ihe lews of Premier Clemenceau and iarslial Foch on the tiitiuicy M 'rench' Mafnit Oerrnany. general. plans for Joint mllltlry action by the L'nllcil Slatet', Qreit Bjllaln ,nd France consldtred 'before he prezent propottl was adopted, Jar. Lawson, collector ot DUEiomi nl Brldgebnrg, OnL, li'dead. He was once a Conservative candidate In T.'cl uncl for the House of Sourneu and Pain How -To Treai. iledicai nej ly nine-tenths of the cases o[ slomac tronhlt, indtieilion, sourness, bum Dausei. etc., are due (o an excess ot hydroehtorfc acid; In 'toe stomach and not as some be- lieve to a lack ol dleeillTe JuJces. The delicate stomach llnlns Is Irri- tated, digestion Is delayed and fooil Bonn, causing the disagreeable symp- toms which etery stomach sufferer Artificial dlgestenls not needed In such oases and may do real barm. Try laying aside all digestifs-aids and Instead get from any druggist a leir ounces 'ot Blsuralcd Majnesla and a leaspoonlul In a quarter glan of water right after eating. TUs iweetens tho ttomacli, prevenli the formaUcn of excess acid and [here' Is uo sourness, gas( or pain. Blswaled (In powder, or tablet liquid or milk) harmless to (he jlomsca, Ineipenslre to take and Is the most efficient form ot magnesia for stomach purposes. It Is nsed by thousands of people who enjoy their meals with no more Indigestion, FL0RSHEIM YOU expect satisfaction you buy a pair of see that you get we guarantee satis- are men fitting; service is backed by'mony years of experience. .When you buy shoes here you get "shoes that give dollar: value for every dollar you pay. The satis- faction we'll give you'in style, fit and service, will convince you that it pays to buy shoes at this men. We specialize on the Florsh'eim the shoe of distinguished style arid' perfect fit. to 10 p.c. Off to all veterans The Home of the Florsheim Shoe One sigh of a good mother .is plenty of POST TOASTIES Who does not'know what it-means, to eal a dinner of Fresh Meat, Vegetables courses fresh -from the fields, gardens and stock yards .on a farm. You can still, enjoy this luxury as far is concerned if, you lei us serve you, for all our Meats are direct from the farm, and fresh killed. Our assortment is complete for tomorrow and! includes Turkey, and Chicken Delanys Meat Co. Oppmkc DaBu 452 ;