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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FIVE Berlin, Dec.. of hostilitiet ever (he whole Ilussian fiir ten days beginning at neon on Friday has been arrang- the war office announced to- PelroErad. Urr of Germany, Austria-Hungary. Turkey I imd IJulE-irla inut Ilio Illlsdan mills- M Hn-st-Lllovs1.; tu discuss. terms o( .is arllllalk'O. The dclrgalra of Ilio I'Fiilral uoncrs-Informed Ihe KiissiaiiB dial they hail power (o nrco- llalo only Hie conditions or 1111 arinls- Ikc, which n Hlisilau olllcial corj- inunlcatlon calls an "evasive lion." Tbn request of the P.usslan delegates that all Ihc belligerents be nEkcd .10 part In reaching an armistice- an all fronts was mot by the enemy statement ilial it dlj not pos- ter sncli powers. The Ilusslans then "presented :i urojecl reran ermla- all fronts, tlie principal polnlo, of were the promise Ihat the AuBtro-Germans would nol take forces Prices IQc 15e BUSHMAN AND BAYNE in "THE GREAT SECRET" "THE PURPLE MASK" "THE FIREMAN'.' Also Another Good Laughing Comedy. Prices 15c PRESC lOcandlSc ONEDAYONLY "HALF MILLION BRIDE" AUo Special Fox HEARTS AND SADDLES and UNIVERSAL WEEKLY from iho eastern fronts to oilier fronts' anil the Ueriuaus should ivm z from Ihc Islands nrouud Moon The were hanJccl a pro-1' rusal lor au nrmtel.ue OT. UID .rout, willed is now being examined by ilio Itussiana. TUe ufiickfl comiimui- cailon ill on save: Tlio tlelvgaiion declared lhal our conditions for an armltiLlcG venj unact-uplablo tho oiiiu- leu that surh deiuaiuli could bo ilresacd only to a conquered country. I On ttio categorical statement by our j litcntiioi.enllarlcs that they treat- IUR for mi armistice on all fronts with a view to a conclusion ot a geuerul democratic peaco on tho basla ealah- llshod the all-HuasIau congress ol councils, the enemy delegates again evielvelj- that they could cot consider ;lie question .in auch a man- uer bccouso Ihey were authorized at I present only to, negotiate with Hie Ilusslan delegation In vJew ot the ab- ttnce of Russia's allies -from tbe (con- Ceretice, 1 "Our delesatea again replied Ihat ilielr lask" In draM-Jug al] i IjclUjfc-rciit countries into ucgoUaLlons i for the purpose of securing a peace. Having regard for the evasive! replies of ilic enemy, our delegates, as J already staled, submitted Ihc enemy condllioas Cor' ail ormletlcc to our 1 military point of view and In order j that they may Indicate In what re-1 specL modifications arc necessary In 1 Ilic Inlercst of our army and nqvy j from Oio Black Sea to the Baltic. "The first point regarding the pro- posed enemy fl'nnlnllce way the dur- ation of the nrmlstlce. vrlilvh at first Indicated as a fortnight to begin December E. After discussion the I German delegates expressed their rcad- incsa to _jigrcc to a prolongation to days. This term may lautoniatically be prolonged providing there IF no refusal which must be niado within seven days before Hie ,expiration of the urroistico whlcli :s to begin, December 10 if our deleK-i- tlon Ictv'es'Brept-LilovEk lomnrroiir, but if it leaves later the armistice will begin later. "Uefore the coEQDiencenient of tlie offlclsl armletlcs it.must be definitely ealabllEbed that hosllllliGS shall cease. the beginning our Inalafcd on a true all ucgO; tlatlous hnd Uiolr deLcrinlnalton to publish them In their entirely. The minutes and language of the session are in Russian on our side end In Ger- man tor (he German side. A special commission was created to compare the minutes after every session. We have requested that (he .next meet- Ing ot'the plenlpofenllaricB be held on IluBilan lerrtiory'ahd'tuil tiiere be an Interval of seven days In tbe ne- hi order that our delegation may icturn to Pflirograd." Won't Them ,Pckln, Dec. Koudachelf, tlie minister, following tho Toltcy edoptcrt by other Russian dip- omats In foreign has refused to acknowledge the Authority of the Uol- shovikl KOTernincnt. Holding Engllth Stockholiii, Dec. Trotrky, the Uolabevlkt foreign minister, ap- onUy IE carrying out his threat ton NEXT at .2 and 7 AT THE HARDWARE CD'S. STORE Fifth Street, South YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE- GERALDINE FARRAR The Famous Metropolitan Opera Star. 'TEMPTATION' Afternoon Salfe 2 Lois CTranlleware and Kitchen Sundrio.v Lot Urcad Dox. Lois Canriistors, 50'anil 10l) L-apacily. .Lois Kiddo. etc. ''nis Lots Machines. Lots Lota 13-13-15 17-13 sizei. Special Oak. Lots" Hoards. Lots GS Heaters. Lots Cook Stoves Lots Coal A'asea. r Lots Plated Kettles. Lois 84-S3-'-Biprcss Wagrjons. _ Cook Stoves, Boilers, heavy copper. Plated Goods, itazors, Etc. SPECIAL 9 a.m. TOMORROW X 40 Beautiful Decora- ted Enamel JUGS Regular and lOc Evening Sale 7 p.m. Ixils anil Kitchen Sundries. Lot Bor, Lots Cannlslerj, 50 and 100 Ibs. capacity. Lots Klailo, etc. Lots Lola Wishing Machines. Rags. Lois 13-13-15-17-19 Eizes. Spccill Oak. Lola Board--. Lots Heaters. Lots Cook Stores. Lota Coil Vaies. Lots Ranges. Lots Mated Kettles. Lots' Wa'SgonB. Lois Stoves. Lots heavr copper. r- Lota Electro Plated Goods, Razors, Etc. FIXTURES FOR SALE ALSO LUKE'S WILD WOMEN A Two Fleel Scream FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS RUTH ROLAND v IN "THE SULTANA" mm mm Now She Strong and Wed Berkeley, nerrou, Irritable, no appetite, could not tleep, ud wn atwiji tiled, my. houe- wotk was a great effort. After rainy? other medlcinn had [ailed' Vinol bvrt me op ind me ttr'oof. I km good appetite and sleep welL ETery ntrvoui, weak, ailing wanun ibould try N. Cdnuudi, HO? Dwight Wajr, Berkeler, Cal. We ilk weak, nw- woman in thii town to Uy thii tod iron tonic on our (urantee to TeVun their raoory it it faili to help them, v J. D. HIGIN30THAM i CO, LTD 'Drugglltl, Leihbrldge, Alto at the beit druggist! In all ilelain in Iluasia all Knellsli lally dlfforotit rolo in '-The Tcinvla-i i 'I'l'V until tho nusalnc prisoners in which will seen at Starlaitrl v'" linil liav_c been released. l'asscnccrs! for 'he last Lhnc Ill "The arriving "at Haparantln. Swcilen, Miss 1'arra'r h seen aa n porLj.lhat several have BtrUBglltig singer, who refuses lo Fftc- becri turned back al (lie Finnish'-bar- her iovo for a penniless voung i possossct! ot Uolahovikl v y' nt v. the Finnish seaport of Torriea, opposite lla'paranda, has committed suicide. passes." The Hlgb School Commencement- Tomorrow evening (Friday) prompt- ly at S.iE In Hie auditorium of the Cen- comnoEcr, for farao on Ihc ojicrallc i tral school, the rj'upils ot tho localhlgli slage. A first class two reel comedy school will present lo Ihc public, their I annual commencement exercises. For will also be.shown. telegraphs the Informant of the As ed Press! What the, Press Agents Say HEAVY LI -OF DEPLETE RANKS Hamilton, Dot., Dec, o.-r-Ai a mass meeting of women voters ol East and Wesl Hamilton lonfght, Mijor-dcn. fftthcr. Krlanger and EdwrmL j will he given to the Red Cvnaa. Be- Mewburn, mlnleler ol mlHUa, read a J. Rracly. Iwecn Ihe on the pro-1 n, n- Every Ruth Roland picture Iia3 hcfti ens- In Ihe role of Jlargnrcl Clirlslr, you have not seen Iho soul of a wom- an, pour forlli llirongh Its inspiring channels, (he terrible crushing cmo- U6ne felt by ;i mollicr, n ulfe, a. pa- triot when Ihe OHB nearest and dearest, to lierjicarl hears Iba call of hie coun' try ond loaves for Iho battlefields of 'AT STARBAND Those, wlMTsaw Geraldli'.c- Famir, Ihc noicd prlrflH .donna, ns th6 half. Vrlld', wliollj- fascJnafing gypsy. In. Ihc Llsky pholo-dramallc tlon will havo ao ie< tm tlon of unrest-nrcvalllpg between Ihe ConiolhlXed Mining and Smelling Co. I "c ot and Us employees. 11 I, }1? rnariy anil licautlfiilanil following: .Mrs. Van fiy', Mr. Bud Mrs i ITolit. undc'rat'oorihi'r'Mr: Artln'rong will bls Long, suray; }lr. and Mrs. Thaell, .Mr. and Jlra, F. Medley, spray; 'Mr. and Mra. J. fe. spray; Mr. and Mrs. 0. Kane, spray; Mr. B, apray; Mrs T. t-.'Kfrkhnm, spray; Mr. and Xrj. I'. W. Tullcr, vrcalh; Mr. and Mrs. John C. MrJngelone, wreath; Husbind, Rlplcy families, i FOOD SUPPLIES FOR SWEDEN .SIocWiLilm, Dec. Allenburf, brollier'or fho 4 former Swedish' foreign mints- 6 Eer, and-ClnnnBr Carlson, presf- de'nl of Ihs Steamship cnnipany.ot! Qolhen- burg, have been designated M' 4 S5wTdcn'fl delegates to nnotl- ate al Ixnulon'ivllb American' .deltfiales regarding food-tap- plies for Sweden, and on all qnestWas co'n'rieclsd JrlHi tbe slloillotf, 1 t YOU CAN DO BETTER- EMILY At Garrm tt ti. ;