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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ElGItT THE rHERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Division of Austria trader NcwjCrruMry. Dy one or the most tmporl- n i 'an i rliusci oT ircaty s'sued today Pad Leaves Lillle Slrenglh i3 To Republic E Tbe miuy itoos not stipulate au _ ejict sum 10 bo in indemnities- I but this niuouat will lie fiied by ike PARIS, Sepi. Today's CMV t corumiviee on or before moay at St. Germain bring? 10 a rEosc j 1551, ihe conunitlco threa tuomlia of negoibuons bciiveen j powered to demand the detniU of ihe Jhe Austrian republic and ihe ftlllcJ .payments which will esieuj over ;v associated powers. An inrotaplejo per'od of 30 years'. This sum uiuit draft of the condiiioEs of peace wa.ijbe "paid by lUc Austrian ami j hautJed the Austrian at Si. is no: to to arpdriiorieJ among the I Germain on Juna 2. the resenrd sec-' comr-onfnl pans ol [lie country which; to iho rr.iiitary. riuan-jhave been dertr.rul independent. j rial, reparation and boundary' In addition 10 pivinp of tbe tr-Miy. belns present- Austria must Pi so rerliu-c ton for lor on July Tht Austrian all. ships lost by ihroygb j meet laid Its counter projioszls before jihe activities ct ihp Anstrinn navy! the peace conference nionth andjd'jrng ihe war Lic.i physically resioro Iho answer was hanic-d lo itc Aus- Invaded areas. Shis is also to dclive-i trian dclegaiion on Sept. '2. up 10 allied counlrie? works of art aod China, -n-bich did r.oi ihe treaty [objects of historic value ivhicU TTlih Germany because or ilie wrried awny by Ihe Auslrlans darins In thai convention of the section giT-jthe conflict. The Tortures o! Dyspepsia Corrected by "Fruit-a-tlves" ST. Mims's, NJ1. "For two years, I suffered tortures from Sft-frf I hid constant paJns after eitinp; pains 'doiru ILe sidta and hick and horrible Miter stuff often up la my numth. I tried doctors, but they did not hflp me. IJat .-u soo.i is T started I begun 1o improie and i'jls cmda of f.-uit juices, relieved me whra even thiofr rise failed." MKS. IIVPSOX MAIISHBAXK. OOc. a boxjG forfi.uO, trial siiu ?5c. At all dwfers or sent posipuj bj Fruit-a-Um Limited, OlUira. LIKELY TO BE BIG IN GERMAN SOCIALIST MEETING PFIRLIX. Sept. nat- oiiuil k'oureroiico of luiK'peif- dpnl-Sociallsts oiipiu'd Lcro lo- Jay dulcKgica from All parts of Germany. v luarkeil the proceedings during Iho (lay, thla Ijcfnp due. inl- ing to lha Tagoblatl. to (ha v fact tbat "an air-clearing Ihuiv dorctorm Is likely lo breat vrltbln Uio parly." J3j to Japan (be German and j Austria's army Is reduced to T concessions in ihc province of Shan-init-n on a purely voluntary and! (unff. announced last ivcek Fbe would jail her military establishments are plfn "tbe troaiy with so that cut down iu a proiwniocate nianuer. he Trould bs able lo join the entire Ausiriaii uaval fleet is to' of nations. be handed over "o the allies, all war- 1 The 'Austrian republic. rppreseptR- ships under "baiug broken J 3 of whicb siguel ihe treaty todiy.lup and the salvago no', lo be used From Ulster Labor- Is very difiefem from the proud Aus- Jesctpt for industrial j empire in Tbe economic clauses and rela- The former provinces cl Bohemia live to freedom ot iransii are similar and Moravia and a part ol the duchy [to those of the German pact. of Teschen now form the republic of Regulations relative to the Czecho-Sloratia. The rcmatnJer offtton ot the city of Flume are not set- Uniunisls to llrilish Labor To InvcslipUe (Gas Company Officials Admit I Thai Situation is Wells 1'ro- j pressing That there may be a serious short- lage of natural pas rivu fur domestic use Iu Calgary the cominp winter uu-J less OIIP of the Hfciv veils uon- j Idrillpd Iu Ihe Forty Mile1, Bam well I {and Monarch fields is brought in. is I iho [oar expressed by C.iunila West- j !cru Natural Gas Co. i" a, j press iiHerview'iu Calgary. j Within a lew days It should be t Known whether No. 2 well in ihe P.cM Will bo a producer, as then? i Iffro only 291 foot to go to put Ihe drill j N-txr YORK, Sept. Domin- !ns deep as the No. 1 iwll which wns jon conference to bo lield lilrlllcil last year producing over rjlUwa, beginning Sept. In, will 000 [eet. jexcrl a profound effect on iho ftjrih- "If we get a good well in any of ihclconnrS Amprlcan industrial conrer- neldi where wells arc now being drill- recoDtly called by President U II Edij Mauager 11- U- Poarsoa. "un- (luuiioiMbly we will gel enough pus for nil domestic consumers: if we do not. then householders will uol get enough in extreme weather." At Iho rale wells are now going