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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta letbbriiy. AND WUKLV COMPANY, LlatlTIO (outh. w -i c- 4ai MaaAging Director I HIADWAY AT triTA'.VA. Tae farmers areJoiuenipIMius-POl cal action dUlinci ii-im eilsibjg iwl leal parties. We presume lhat their ______lj 10 have enacted into tlon the policy ol the Canadian Couu- 1 of Ajr'culture. and Ihey feel thai heir oaly hope, is throujn 3. farmer's any at Ottawa. May we say, without wllltliug their general knowledge of tfalrs, that tbese farmers don't knoa Ottawa or ihe rest of the Dominion, or theyVo'gld not nurse the Idea that a arniers: party will set whit they .want, i united '.wastero ITMd'aii.a policy of ob'ainlng tariff jllef. can be an influence at Qtlawa ut a class representation demanding Ihe'edopllc-n of a certain platform and not agreeable ti> accepting anything would labor at Ottawa for.yrirs IkilM W -l IBM al MI-" IrmUon Jala U bite of the abolition ot title (here are a few people in Alberta wh are looting forward to be addressed a -Tour Lordship" In the near future. NUB ARE (CONTINUED FROM KROCT PAQI1 getting results. Wo ttrte with the farmers' platform is an objective but_ we ilo not ifnore the (act thai It can'only be adopted by degrees. .Further, we contend that western 'representatives at Omwa to- iay, and tbe Liberal representatives The proclamation, which wai liaued by ibe imperial president anil the Im perial government, bears the stgna ol President Kbert. CONDITION ON WHICH CHINA WILL SIGN PARIS, May seeuls uultkel> bat China will E'en the treaty o peace, unless she is given written as by the council of three Ihi Japan will return Klao Chau to China The Chinese delegates say the clause in the, Ireaiy contains no sucli prov slon. their only basis for belterin such a restitution will be mad being a verbal agreement. JVIlhou a definite writteu promise from the council ot three, thoy believe It Im- possible to galo iKjrniission from the Chinese cabinet for the signature of Ihe treaty.' GERMANS ARE NOT MONTREAL, JiarlO.-Wllk et- rial at Y. M.'C. A. caaa- ftits, tho irlve fill rW.W thort il objective. Tke total returns lo dalei as amMWcei J.'W tl a meeting .Wlndwr yet- trday aftarteoev amounted to whereu cwapalgn hat to divided aal- one) and local Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. CMLDUEIUMS SotiaJ P 1A lICKED UP IN ASSING MAN were klllW by aulos on New York in April. Gullano; arrested at delvhla as a pickpocket, lus 13 ling- ers. J, Ttuaat Heavy I Jin Barr Suftn a Broktf (From Our Own COALDALE.'May social lor Sertt. Ju. Je-ltcaeH'uoslpoaeil on ac-l Mlss p llq.aor coaat ol Ihe storm was held on Tuei- (incense8 (hem for periods ol daj'alcit. lu spile ot very bad roads IKO r'd was presented with _ akjaet'riiai'bB behalf of Ihe community. Serft Jin la very modest In spite ot hie. two woud stripes and briefly a a rat crowd lumed out and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Qeo xaMllleo, 5S. Augusta, .Ga. dropped dead from heart failure 20 lutes after bis wife's death. LEAVING VERSAILLES PARIS. May The foreign olfico PARIS. ay e oe there in the' pail, have done much to j announced this afternooff that make the tarilf an Issue, so thai at this preparation had made oy ,1 alalra t fOP Uerman peace delegates for a with- drawal from Versailles. SCHIEDEMA.NN TOTELU GERMANY'S ATTITUDE BERLIN'. Slay Phillip Schlede- mn. the German cbaDceJIof, will, at Tee German debates at the Peace Conference took the addreis o! Prem- ier silling.Ml was too i for theat to "stand up ;lr and sovemmenl's to tie peace terms, acvordins to iht Zeiluns Am moment there ii prospect of some re- lief, with a certainly lhat there will be further concessions later. If the iara- ero Intend to demand their platform and nothing else they will fall lo mate headway because It will lake many years .'.u convert the east to the entire farmers' nlatform. A western repre- sentation committed unitedly lo tariff reduction can make headway, provided 1 HEAD 'GERMAN DELEGATE it will take whit il can obtain -by Us influence as a'unlted group, and then demand more, but lo say "Tali plat- form and nothing else" might leive HB vithau1. tarilt relief .Despite crillclEms to the contrary, we feel safe In lhat there .Ia mare iadeeeadence' amonftt the repre- (Froni IRON rr May Ben Slilley, L.UaM.. G.C.U., of Barons, was a visitor at tho on Monday, April IS.- On Mr. took alter Dr. Campbell on Wednesday morning, was soon on the war to full re- On Tuesday nljbt. "willi a strong wind from the north, a somewhat serious fire broke out on the farm of Mr. J. TennanL While he was matin, .he German chancejlof. will, at Wowa the opening ot the si'ting of Ihe distance and set lire lo a llonal assembly here on make adjoining ibe In a ioas a-dres in. ,ae ablaze, and. thoagt'one "call was res- ________ the terms ot.. the' peace Jo kjiow that tk, aye some. _ Tbi present habit of the' leaders of defeated nmtlnfi Is lhat of writing i The-ei-Kalier Is-bu8y on one, In west J I larltr anc scntaUvn Iron W nada'in tie Tirpiti on another; Karyoli and a few the lime occupa- Surely they hive' inflicted enough without 'tnving to intlicl waita'urlff r Gpyern Beatifaili'lo'niS THE4HIILEOF TUB Wt have kad accaaua u a prr article la refer to jhe ednmlMa i tae CaMdlan ra Ihe way Uaat I lo weMera u tat the iantf, no difference hi _.. coco i! PTKC caeaper Ji 1ie> 'comld be bv Ihe farue m TO GO TO BERLIN VERSAILLES. Brockiorfl-Ranliatij chairman bt the German peace delegation, has asked the other inembers oi-.the mission to hasten their uaminiUon ot the treaty so that he may Germany, to confer with his government. :A. Urge force of tranElaiors.are al work con- tinuously and the German ,'typists have been divided into diy and night shifts- Forty out pt 120 worked until 1 o'clock tbls'i niaailng. Count von also was ai -work until'R late hour-. Last" night Bis Germans' Be'ntrnum- erons telegramB to transmitted by wirelesi.bF the Hffel Twenty-live additional: ei- and aides are expected here to- morrow from cued from the burning building, an other calf and a large pig were con- sumed by Ihe fire. there vres no on the building, and wai more lhao a ton ol hay started against Ihe-west -rall'Of the fire makei the hole thing to Mr. ffennanl and lam- y a total loss. Needless to say that, winf of crop last year, the oss sustained Is exceedingly heavy, lad it not been for the splendid hero- ,m of all the neighbors, the damage light have even worse. Mr. Jim" La Barr whilst IB Hiking tows on the farm of W.-J. Hunt, made a false step and In wine mysterious manner fell and broke ankle. He was hurried lo Gall hospital, where he If receiving ajuti ial care, and the reports! are that he i domg well. Measrs. John annsWni. J. rriday.'' ils appreciation of the ncecnltlon given. V A ahort program was given and al- terwvrdl a banquet was beld. Toasts to Ktnc and Country, to Our Heroes aid lo Die other heroes were ail roaaoudeJ to Dlllngly..... x Mn. Mitchell, the mother of Sergl. Jia was with a vase of canf.tlon'i. Mr. and Mrj. Pilsbury left oa Wed- nwday lor England. They are well known pioneers In the district and have given flve sons to the empire. At tie banquet on Tuesday night Mrs. Pilshuri- was prestnled with n vase of carnalloni, and'auitaule speeches farewell were made. Sir. Mitchell re- minded Ihe auulence that Mr. Plls- bury had served iu the Zulu war in ISli. and was woundeil at Lalng'i He wears Volh the Zulu and South Africanmedals. MrL'-Gaumack returns cast shortly to Joll her husband, anu fie also was presented with a vase of carnations li recognition of Mr. GaumacVs ser- vice overseas. _ i The Imperial Oil Co. are Installing station at Coaldate, which will doubt- ilenry Sullon, 18. Knorrllle, Tenn., Is seeking a divorce, claiming Ws wUe Is loo oW. She Is 73. A Calitonilu rancher has i citrus tree which, liy i process of graft- J_ng, produces elglil ot fruit. B. II. Solhern and Julia Marlowe will rclum to Iho stage In October, according to Lee Shubcrt, their man SI. Faul, Mica, carpenters threat en to slriko following tho refusal ol their demand for SO cents an hour, i County Agriculturist X. S. Cnibbs Pa., declares" liow legs li growing children.are caused by lack of milk- p v Students at Dcihai.y College. Vo.; refused to accept comimlsory nil itary trainjnE, and most ot them n turned home.. Jullns Gross, Brooklyn. N'. V.. wli v.-as run over by a niolor Imck ar lost his left leg, 120.00 Carnages- HeccmslnirtioB Afotheyi Saviour; her 'tu wrtrtng a >Uon itoartoTTOw. 10 paitof. v" J.JO. p.m.VAll denirrtmetiH 1 of'. .the Scnoot I 3 M. Day nerrlce. In Day service In Peopte'e BibV AMD FOftCIQN MIMIOM 'Bev. C, M. 11 (S.rti.V with iVmtn. Coalhirral p.m. 11 ii.nl. nnd, 7.30 p.m.. Wednesday at S p.m. Have Ihe Hbly OhM alnee yi Everybody will -Tw-1 m nil of L _.. 4" C.O. SttMay, 11 ri.rri., :l ji.nl. and ,7.34 p.t Sunilay-School, 2'n.fn.' .Moitday, Thiiriday and 8.0n P.M. 'r -i Public ;