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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY "AS? V.Uil Mr- Sherman, the delegates al Then too therd were Given lot aris bid ImprovcJ onk its jraimaal-' ur and lor lus of war ATLANTIC CROSSED A BY THE ROUTE Our baud under lUo able leadership mem soclil troubles than Ihusa Dt'i GAOA. May I.- Atlantic has fcfcu crossed lu an acrljl passage. The American nival seaplane NC accomplished Ihe (eai by winjlns !u way to Lisbon to- day Irani the Azores, whence It hid already flown Iron! the ;f Nc-.Tloun-aland. 11 Though Guild Rain Would Help v i _ _ VIIBWA, Crfrmin-AMlrla cosnemncu to dr.ilh it she Is not pennllle3 to Jf in .Gtr- many. Dr. Karl in? prejlatat. declared In a statement today. The president-iiU be was Inclined to sup- pose that tie Germans would nol >lr> the t-nty unlaM The allies a u' LIMA. rr.arked ihowPd a sympathetic us r.arked thi onlDreaR ui a o[ ihe'.r real condition." Oiicustlng B6rt mobs attacking th the Austrian situation, the president n-m. laid: "During ice armlltiee we liad hopas that Valient n polnli be Bol we now that we will be badly disappointed, first, as regard's the Bell-dele-mjlna- lion of peoples and in. giving no states frontiers recording lo the principles oi nationality. There axe .S.P03.0D3 Germau-Buheinians who art- mada for- eigners in ihelr own country nnder the rule of a people not sympathetic to Gerr-iany. The fame may be cif tho Tyrol, whfere commercial fine! racial questions are subordinated lo the although President Wll- 'son's H points said lie oppoflle. "We are iilso troubled abjut ihe Jugo-Slav claims on iiarhoug and Kia- ceufuri. whicli are Austrian elites Last we save up our claims IO larrllArr Ul'-irn Of t'ClPEB Clli'SS, which I'a sioTeW. 'rat til JusoSlavs are not content. also given up the Trtallno without question. "I wish to say In the most manner that Austria !o doomed to die I! she Is not permllie3 16 Join Ger- many. We can noi live alone. If the allies give our German provinces ritlces of several large Urals. Troop, and we.'e called out and are no-c In control. At noon there TIU allll SOOIB jhcu'.inr, in isolated l-tne o( CUT. The slriti wn called br labor and socialist com- mittees, who demand cheaper food- stuffs. AH builcesi is "at d itand- atill. Day Celebration o[ Mr. lluflberl furnished some splen- did music during Ihe day. The members of luo U, V. A. In Ihe Rest Hoom and_ iiler.ird a neal sum Much ercOit '.f. [due tie. ladles for this effort as we no White Luncb Restaurant In town. The Camp Fire Ulrls wilu Mrs. (ill berl their patroness, had a booth on the ground aud Iron) It servcl Ice j cream candy, etc. I Then in the evening a dance ICE CLEARS OFF NOME SEATTLE, Wash., -May Sea lea off Nome. Alaska, away early today, according to a wireless received bcre. TUe Some. brcaXup this earlier than la ouv year slnco 1913 Last year Nome was Ice-bound unlil June Our 'cut wo "Freedom of the City" No I.on-iv-onto News From Hie BOW ISLAND. My :6.- Orains all kinds have made very sreat pto- tress durlQt Ihe pait week and prac- tically seeJlns of all iir.ili U aboul completed. The weather has brought .on Ihe late sowing. Cut worms are showing work In some ol. the ftfldv A rain would be beneficial in destroying the ino CICHIUH a hall where uvany not a I- ready too llrfd spent mors in-dancing or challing while hed others j'danco. f II. Moutlelli. rovvassan. Lss losl fo-jr sawmills lu las! eljbl years thev orms and would boost Iho. grain {ullr. Plenty of molsturo're-. I-' Foremost Uislricl FOREMOST. are Fine, Celebration The celebration on ihe ol May was all the commilteo in charge could j have desired. Weather was fine and a Urge crowd in attendance. It is SIDES' SEME com [Ire. RED SEAL Bur A PATS are estimated that .there were WO people to Icam thai the medical health offic- I (he ttlwul 350 auto... er has put the ban on and Ught [m Scollls with regard ii ci'.tle and btlig n dclio- Medicine Hat granted the o( the. town. v-: In the morninE the events Thli will an Inspiration for many n-.ore 10 pui In gardens. OTTAWA, May The Haer Km- ot Russia, HP1 nitoibers o! ihe Ctnadlfcn Siberiin Eipedii'oTi- aiT snd.34 Imperials for Ene- iand, will protrabl.T Vancouver oh 23- Sfie carries 5? Canadian oiricen men. The classifi- cation'07 dispersal area.3 Is: pes, dno orticor and 47 other ranks; VlctorH. four oflleen 144 men; Resins. 35 Calfarj. meo- Mr. lltrrr Hlllla was a Ibe airles give our uenaan prouctca lo the tzecho-Slova.13 aod Jufo-Slars I Smok- NftVV Cut irlihout making Ihe nr.v oivneTS take up the burdens in Ihe waV of laxtUoii Cjcarcttti wrippei In Tin roll. Edmonton and Wetasilwln ilurlnf; the past week. Mr. U. t.'anipljell paid a visit lo Cal- rarr on business last week end. Mr and -Mrs. K. Phillips were visit- ors In Lethbrldje durinf the week- and Mrs. .E. Bellly are, visit- ing ia Calgarr ibis weak.' Mr and Mrs. J. U. Madll were vis- ilors lu JLJthhridse during Ihe week. Mr Madll being the delegate, front Foremost to attend the district meet- ing of the church. G. Drysdale Is In l.ethbridce this -week, in connection wllh some .cases which are appearing telore the district court wtlcb is silting just Rev -and Mrs. Wiuflcld were, in Lethbridge during the week attending the district meeting of the church. visitor in' "fin; and Jumping and one same of ball in Iron; of tbe grand stand and over on another part of Ibe flclxl a liall frame between Medicine Hat Scoujs and Bow Island Scouts, tbe score be- iiiSl? tp 4 in favor of the laller. This was Q very saappv game. The boys played splendid ball- In the aflernoqu Ihe liorse raciug The Cheapest Dependable'Haulage'System in the World! ir a Demonstration; look place. Taber Won Tourney Foremost and Taber ball teamajflav- ed a game of ball alter dinner, winning.' Bow Island leanl play- ed tho winners. The score being 2 to 1 in favor of'Tabe'r. The prize was }5D. s To quite n number, lie Boy Scouts part of Iho program was Hie most in- teresting. Prizes, were'given to the Scouts Irom the different places-wtp could perform Ihe "First Aid" work in the quickest time and most efticienlly as well. '31ueh credit is due Dr. Pat- terson for the way our Scouts demon- strated their abll'itv along that line. WASjIIN'GTON'.-May The at- tack on -tha league of iiaflous Ijesan in the senate today with addresses hy Senator Sherman, Republican ol Illin- ois, bitterly criticising Prcsltlonl Wil- soa for his conduct of the peace nego- tiations and ihe league ol nation? proposal ae. aa attempt to set up a parliament of nations controlled by obligarchy. Seualor Sherman made his address i presenting a resolution declarlns il Ihe sense ol-Ihe senate that the league of nntlone. covenant should ce separated from the piace treaty when Ihe latter would be submitted to the senate [or ratillcatlon. He chareei that.Ihe covenant and Ireaty had been closely. Interwoven in draft irlUi the deliberate purpose, of cover- ing up He chargeJ I'rcsideul Wilson had broken lallll with China. Poland and Italy; had yielded lo great llrltaln; bad eudeavored lo support the free- dom laws ol the republic nnJ had promised to embark the United Stales on policies that would require her to send-a million soldiers abroad. lu reviving the original covenant, n 1 TUT Helps Make and Beautiful, Healthy Women O1 It r Annually As a Tonic, Streuetli and Blood-buMer J Tjl _ own il to THIS TESTj o Tounclf lo tbo following leil: itoi Jo" MB walk wiituot bcconilnj tired. Nnt.lake Iwofive- ramublcta of ordinary Kuial.i Iron nratrengiit you iiin'ii. Kumlicr. of mrrvouj, ?tople, wuo were ailinj whilr; h'aro moll aslonisliinjlr IB- iticDglhandcndoruicw ID 2