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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918 THE . LETjinniriGK DAILY HEPALP PAGE NINE Austria Gives Alleged Details Peace Conference Amsterdam, April 8.-An. official suited-the 'discussions rpferred to in Austrian statement saj>s: ' the ,t-far high-!-was taken from the'Frenclr side, or rank. Count Czernin jdes'not hesi-"Count Revertata reported to- the tate to reply in .the affirmative, But Austro-Hungarlan. foreign "minister for the sake of .completeness arid en-that this' question' had been put; on -In- tiro correctness, it should be added structions' of the French'government that this attempt .also led to no result, and .the minister thereupon -requested "So much for the establishment of Count Revertata .(,6 enter into discus- the facts! For the rest, it need onjy sion; vritlj tfeg JFreuch; confidential be remarked that Count Czernin for agent and ik the course of these dis- his part would see no reason to deny missions to establish whether by this it. if in this or any other similar case, �means a basis for bringing about a he had taken the initiative, because, generalUssues at stake. He d chunk r.\f Hlndenburg's offensive. Some'of ojur wounded, who had advanced too far and'were captured London, April 9.-The Daily News says: "President-Wilson, with that dispassionate' finality which always marks his utterances, stated the issue � -with unanswerable truth. It in whether the world, is to be governed by tho German general staff. Liberalism, has tried-to find an accommodation with despotism, but now it knows that no such, action impossible and that"if the world Is to be made fit for free men to live In military' des^ potism and the whole institution of war must go finally and irrevocably. "It lias been the cardinal mistake of Germany that she never understood President Wilson and never believed in the military value of American support." The Times says: "The speeches of President Wilson at Baltimore and of the foreign secretary and the American ambassador at 'London .breathed the same spirit of absolute conviction and unconquerable resolve. They meet the last peace offensive of the enemy and by an uncompromising refusal to credit hiB professions so long as his acts stand in flagrant contradiction with'hip words,. President Wilson' is, he acknowledges, utterly disillusioned. He recognizes that Germany has once more shown her faith that dsor Math in .Canada THE CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMIte^gk AFTERNOON INTHE DISCUSSION BILLS Ottawa, April 9.-There was a brief discussion when the house opened this afternoon on the bill to confirm an agreement between the government and I he Van Huron Bridge Company. The. bill stood for third reading. P. Miuhaud'of Restlgoucho had moved that the bill be referred back' to 'committee for amendment. The amendment, which concerned' some matter of local arrangement and opposed by the minister of railways, was lost and the bill was read a thrnf time. Third reading was given to the bill to amend the Dominion Land Act and the .house went into c6mmitt.ee Oh the bill to amend the Supreme Court Act.- Hon. O. J. Doherty explained at soma length the amendment which it was proposed to make to the act. At' the conclusion of his explanation, H. B.Morphy asked if the bill could not be printed in the form which the minister wished it to take. � The minister of justice said that he had no'desire fo pass a measure without all the members thoroughly understanding it_ but, he vsaid. the supreme court today was actually 'being prevented from carrying on business because Judge Duff was not able to sit. .His'duties as central appeal court judge took all his time. He would be glad, the minister said, to have the matter settled today. Mr. Mor^hy, however, was. strongly opposed' to-discussing the amendments until.they were submitted in printed-form. - He went on to say that -Hie minister of justice had declared that all tlie 'members of the supreme court in the province of Quebec were engaged in tribunals under the Military Service Act. He suggested that the members of the supreme court in Ottawa should "assist Justice Duff'and speed up tho work of the central appeal court. When it was concluded the supreme court buslu'ess could' be transacted. Sir Wilfrid Laurie'r said it'was not' proper to order the printing of a bin as amended until the amendment*-had Jneen passed.. JHe. opposed Mr. Mtir-phy's suggestion. reluctantly, hut with, unflinching firm ness, that force must answer her, .and he pledges � America to use force to the utmost without stint or limit." : German Comment Amsterdam,, April 9.-The.'1 German newspapers so far received' here publish-dnly a summary of President Wilson's Baltimore speech and for: the most part reserve comment until the full text of hfs speech Is available. wn engine. I Have the R. A. Lister Agency For their full line of Engines ,Grinders, Separators, Cream Separators, Pump Jacks," etc. Plymouth Twine You will be well advised to book. Universal Paints and Varnishes Specially manufactured for me-exprewly for the western climates-Get Our Quotations. . ____ be largely diminished if our negotiat- were brought byl Hun stretcher bear- placed in their gr^O ally across the ors firmly refused to budge an inch] ers. They told nf being well treated Atlantic, with her mighty resources, from the fundamental position we have | with kqVmI mediral attention. We buoy, up our enemies,and drive them gained by terrible sacrifices." Many Other Lines Carried In Stock MANUFACTURERS' AGENT 404 Fifth Street South LETHBRIDGE ;