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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. r.p.TMBnmr.R HPTUT p PAGR SEVKN 11FUIUHE It 1> BOV pculM. lo lite a MM of lk Alt (he elluiH relate to the of anna. mBfllttoui, i of the warshlpi lo be surrendered and any material may, be carried br Germany are allll lubjeci to Ibe oa ODlr In worfea tbo of vbtch j recerratlon that the hare cot muat be notified to the Allies, and tbe yat corns lo an agreement whether or number of which Allies the ships should be destroyed or the right to limit. All other esUbllih- hrokon up or uied lo rnato good Allied Li nny connected Trlth war losses during the war. The object aim- shall bo shut up and the irorkmeo ed at settling the' Natal clauses wna dlimliscd. Seuclly the same as that ithlch Iniplr- Alt arms and war material, the drafting of the military terms aatl-ulrcraft material, aboTr> the: namely, the reduction of tho German as filed In Ibe Treaty, natal atrength to the of aro lo be surrondcrEd lo tho AUIos aoti police and frontier control. Perhaps the Associated Governments, wlilch the (he chief feature ot the German i-ifttuiry aod tbrM ot cATilry, will liennlUed u a mailmuin.- Tlie Ortat tierjuin Central fltilf and bod- lea of the lime kind will disappear, und taelr ro-eslabllthniont will not be pQnulUad. will only be allow- ed for CJDO IManlry reglnioui, one cav- alry regiment, one regiment of field arllllBrT, ond-oua battalion of pioneers. Tho total number of ottlHTt. Includ- ing staff, nmit not be greater than ;tbo maiLrouin number of olli- >ra employed 'Iho Ministries ol of Ihe dlfloTeiit Stales of Gcr- ;uany la flioi at 300. and Ihe civilian tha War Ad mini 3 trillion. lo Jie reduced In each category o't the' number provided fur u Ihe 1013 .Budget. The inai.mum eilabUshoienL of the >iew Gnrman Army la laid down. A di- vision TVlH-conslat oi lliroa reElmcnla tf lnf-JUljyr comprising three battal- ions n battalion will conaial of three comiienles of Infantry and one machine gun company. Tlireo Ircncb mortar companies are allowed to each division, ono field artillery regiment of men, a pioneer battalion of 400 'naeri, and various technical ser- vices on the same acale, such aa tlio Elsnal'Aeparljnent. the telephone sec- Uoii, llEtcnlfltJ seciloji, carrier jtjgeons, etc. By. those provisions llic Gcrmau infantry and field artillery strength .mricr 17.000 ofllcera and1 men, com- prising staff of JlTls- ion, Bit cavalry rsglments. and Uireti horse artillery batteries. Provision will also be taken tho lim- it the gendarmerie. Safeguards for Future Having llius fixed Uic llmJls of the German Army, (he Council then lo devUe methods ivhercby IhDEO llintta bhal, bo maintained and .whereby it bs rendered difficult, It uol Impossible.'for Germany again to'.sprins e' surprise as she did alter Jena by surrcpLllloua military training of tho Inhabitants. 11 Is. laid down, first of all, lhal mil- corarulsorj" military fierriea bhall be.clone away In Germany nnd that the new Army shall be re- crnlted entirely by volunlaiy enllsl- Ampnt; the adranlageB of tbJa system', as Mr.'Lloyd George "out during the discussion, is that a Tol- iinUfy Army" Inevitably coats much more than a force coDatltuled by com- pulsion. Array ecrvlce for non-com- missJoncd officera more than officers and ivar- rau'. officers. All Other German warships whtc'j joiicccic nrp i ULU. I assocfailtvi for the league or aatloaa of which Leon Uourpocilsg la presi dent, end the league ol cations ui lou el England. incident servea lo better trale I bo simpllciiy of ihe Prince of Wales than ihcj origin of the pLirjm of I Lit II. which the Toronto cltj council purchased for each of Its di> partnients. lie "sat" for the plaqud on one ail should ha discarded ID favor ot a plo trench ehlrt. because it was Unii .garbed that ho firs: came In contici jwiih (he Domlalon Ihrough hla sen tlves of Grp.-.; Urllam, i'raDce. rice on the fielj with the Canadlaq liclglum. 'Holland. Corps. 1 Cireere, Puisiul. Chtn.i __________________ [find will meet liere on Dec 1 Edmund Chambers, a Canadian Mir.- DHUSSF.LS. Nov. garde lu discuss lilt-adoption of measure1; I Ister, who waa Chaplain for the A.IH for Uie. Icrlcaa-Polish volunteers whq TI i i LnLQL and u' the Niagara auA went overseas witb bolng final) g en up., and of lia.ions. Tbtf courerenccf wliteh.ihaL fainoua little army, went to Po- under conslrucilou shall be ba hNd unilfir tby palronaKO of [aDd with them Bnd BOW eEgaKed in broken up uiider the supervision ui (ho Uelglan guvcnune-al, convnk-1 V.M.UA. aa Cenada'a represcnta, tlm Allies. led upon the Initiative of ihe Kronen'live In 1'olacd. OTHER EPANKLItf TOOR1NQ CAR-Frtnklio per- formance embodied ID Full SITE, Pi re- Pi IKB gtf Opro Cir. Ii n ih miKnTv of Franklin Light Wcigbt Vlnlhlf Coanmc'Jrjai a t OW Cw. A wmtJ. PmkfK Ctr, .fonrrin wed ftj twu, ooaB.wxl.'Vr THEFRANKUN SEDAN That enclosed cars offer most among and the Franklin Sedan most among enclosed cars, is becoming appar- ent to more people every day. Fnnklin Sedan performance is continuall? proving that a light, flexible enclosed car unusually long dis-i tances in a day without exhausting rider or driver. And more motorists are seeing daily that this car can go where heavy, rigid ones can not, This explains the rapia increase in Franklin Sedan ownership. Then, too, the general advertising tendency toward light weight and principles for seventeen teaching people what gives economy, comfort, usability and long life to s car. And the value of year- round usefulness, only possible with Direct Air Cooling (no water to: boil of freeze) has become apparent through owner comparisons. No one disputes today i" >vqd economy resulting from SS miles to the gallon of gasoline 12300 miles to the set of tires 50% slower yearly depreciation Wide Observation Windows giving unobstructed out- look, and two Wide Doors increasing vision and making access easy, combine with the'Slanting V-shaped Wind- shield and the Sloping French-style Hood" to distinguish the Franklin Sedan from commonplace designs. '.They identify it as the car of unequajea Let us prove the Franklin Car to you. Whatever pre'con-. ceptions you have of what a cir should or wriatever recollections you have of what your Cars have done, exceeded by Franklin performance, over roads of your choice.'. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO., Dealer LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;