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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SEPTEMBEIl 13, 1910 F. I.ETURRIDGF. DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 61 Hugo 1'rtuss Declares Frontiers I ironlicr. but lhat i( Austria of Austria Will Not lie aUout Violated 1 Germany Ihe litter could not ol 'hoise'.f lo oppose the wishes of ihe _ i German broihers lu Au'trlii. for in I ilml c.iae tho right of nclt-dtlermitia- DERMXi Sept. PrciiEB.I ilou of peoples would count Rgaliin vho dratted tho German constitution Germany. The allied aud associate.! recently promulgated at Weimar, In eovernnicniH merely 10 VISIT B1K THE v v v TURLEY RESIGNS TOUONTO. Sejit T, -W. K Turley, secriilavy Oiuari'i of tbti Great AVar Vi-ifraus" As- Turloy has handprl in hi? rosier- imiioa several uun--, but t-m- kally states tt.i.'. this lime his action Is final. v v v v lUttment today lo the arraigned Iho demand mude by the conference that Germany must amend Ihe coDiiltullon as lo prevent Auitrlau parllciiia- (tan fn Germany's nffafrfl. this U cot a question of law. Legally Jt Is clrar and simple. Tho way In which our opponents brought up iha mitter fhovfs ihey ars rollowluz an- tlrely different lhau tba clrurinr up ot (tic doubtful legal questions. "Article 17B ol the new con ihelr answer thai Germany waul forcibly lo violate tlw Auslrian Troutkr. Thua Ilio jieocc treaty was signed. Arllclo 61 docs forcibly violate Ihe Anilrlnii fiontier. llathor, overjlhtrij Is !of( lo tho tree initiative Tit'.EOd KerlouE 10 paragrajih two, nillcle Cl, (here were plenty of opplroundU-3 lo conic to aa understnndiEE with Ocrmany. Instead ot i hat (.he entente chose a nioal sud- den and, linisnue manner toward, us and offered terms for which thcry woa no (race n( legality, the purpose Scotch Comedian One Of j Altriiclions Coming To The Majestic L'.-n S. Ilronn (if Ihe jestic Thoairo lodny iinpiirLrd the- tl ijJiiigA thin J.f-ihlirldgo will again Le by fine Ihilalrk-Jl being lo compel Germany to alter her constitution ae to Immaterial riolnls. I estimate too highly Hie legal In- sight of cyir opponents lo lic-licve tlint they do not how really un- ia (ho clause: 'Ibo leniie of Iho treaty of peaco slRDftd ai Ver- tillles ivlll not ho nffectcd hjr the constitution.' Thla precludes any practical collusion between tho terms ant] the constitution (or there ,3 lhplr portion. Bhould be acy provision of the con- "Their ijolllical stllulion In contradiction of the pence >has lernia the letter would bo valid lajnl- 1) without any tlianco for the lutlon lo lake precedent over Uic treaty. "Article Cl, paragraph 1 wo (provid- ing ft- tho admission of Austrian moiuherj of the releasing) doe-; not durinj; Uiu coiniuj; liic-nlrit-aL t Truth." Anna ..........L features o! ivhich Lii orally Oflobi-r 1st. ou to gturL about iJi-i. the line up of for wlikh he already con- tracted for anpc-irauc-o at ;ijc Majestic Icoks better than any previous season, October Iho MuJcsUc tan first picture, a S'.-lwt pictures special at the Km press thcain; nn Tuesday It iliKt the iiiiiAic tliemp of tlio prociuc lion Is based on liiaL pujiular old hal- lad, "Annie Laurie." a EHRP that lllss hern rc-fiuesl'rl sine per- pi more ollen than :my or her ton- offer the followlnfi temporaries, because ot ihc Piq attract- V rendition she gives it. On Oct. 3rd anil 1th, Ihe plifii- j Mlo3 Case is n -wo opera prlma donna, and it i onifnal Nc'.v York success "Johti Ker- This is one dl liie cur-j thut it will he loni; before Mis rent Ijilj; now running m New York i Cast- becomes as preat Mar In the City, and is an tlrnnia wliu-h will j uiovicg pic-lure field as ,shr: Jia-i be make a very special appeal to Can- adian jfhiy-Boers. An nil star X. Y. _ cast will hp 5C-c-n the play, anil j ns :i Western mining CIULJI girl, wh; forinnl contradiction 1 the peace terms, this Tact being of of tlic peacn by tun nil led (ind assoclateil govern- meets. In the (lerinau lo originBl peace; terms, the German government, explained In dig- cuEaini; tbla pulnt Ihst Oenuany dltl not desire to vlolcia the Austrian ho'ivovcr, attained anil the world has been shewn that Germany must submissively comply with the ab- solutely Illegal ordtr of Ihc entente. I dei not believe in (he opinion, cur- rt-nt rmionj Germans, that tho stales- nion of the entente and America are filled with anger and hale and have upon the reropiion Lcthbridge Rives thii attraction will depend the book- ings of a. number of other current allosvcd tlieinselves lo he drawn Into a purposeless -Trolley. This policy, however, cun have- hat one thought usd plan lo make It Impossible to con- come In the music In this picture Miss Case through n loiter given her by a dying she has bcfriendcut. finds her wa> Inlo New York potieiy, hvli own iduulily under the nnme of her dcail frlecd. Here a Kn-ai love corner inlu lier life which is threatened by disaster when thc man of her choice perlecily qualiricd candidate lor the residency of ihe V any of Iheso streams for tuo I for donieatic, municipal or in- riualrinl purposes, for ihc Irrlsatlon of areas not in i-.v ceis of CJO nnd less than a mile distant from Ihc river. Must Not Confine Efforts To Land Trust Ihc Soldiers OTTAWA. Sept. In a more intimate way, perhaps owing to thc fact it was before a smalltr lutlicnco Ilian Ihose which have listen- ed lo him In thc past few weeks, anil that I hern were no forninl'.lles abaut (he Decision, Gen. Sir Arthur Curric- voiced a few reflections on Uic re- lurn of Ihe pol'lier lo civil life, al Uic exhibition direclors' luncheon yester- day. Sir Arlliur cxpressntl liis Bupreinc confidence In Ihc returned man and OYOivetl applaiue by thc statement Hint no mnttcr what his 'offlc'al ijoail! wri3 at Ihe moment, or whatever mlijbt be, he would nol lictailntc 16 (ripross his views on Ihc subject with nil frankness. An expressive note (bo, was struck by Gnu.' S. C. Men- burn, minister of uillilla, who that during. Ihe war lie had looked upon 1C ns his duly lo back np lite i men al the front, as U had been after he annlst'co. them out of HIP .riny, and Ihc returned man would .hv'aya find in him n sincere' and ympalhcllc friend. "I hnow Uut the soldier can lie rmtccl--ono has only in think what hey did at the front lo rculiio Ihat.'1 iflli) Sir Arllnir f'-vrris. "The gov- In? dcvolcd a good deal of illcnllon lo gelling back on Ihc land. That rlRlit, (or we have Uic land tit nnllmllnd areas. "Jlul nt (lie s.inic lime, all soldiers lo not wlsli to go nn the land, and they arc NnMc In fid Uio Impression ;liat tin: country Is only vrilllng to 'ic'ip ihc fiiTiniir. 1 believe Ihat ;i plan fan Jio worked out to _ nil of licin." o DUKE OF SUTIIEHLAND IS COMING v AT COLONIAL NEXT MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNE5DAY- XEW YORK. Reft, I and IJiichcsa of Sulhtr- land here today on hoard the steamer Adriatic. fluke, who is Ihc largest land owner fn on his way lo Weslern Canada., where he lias cxtenalre wheat zrnrAnK land.i. Ocn. .lohn