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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ?ACE TEJf mi'. .DAIT.TT FU1DAY, DKCKMBICK 21. Choice 6 to 8 Ib. .Stock ofc Poultry this year is larger than ever.. No reason to than the above price for Turkeys. 'i i J' CHICKEN FOWL i in abundance. OYSTEM Main Ave. S. Phones 412 1388 P. DOKKION KARIET: TOR. fekST.S. PBONE1654 PAUCE HARIET: St-KGRTH PBOKE 431 Teleg rams Reveail Plot to South Americans ainst Allied Nations open market in.'Argentina'ami'.IJi'e i organization of South BraaU, .eqaally Ag tbiiff Dec. Evidence ot ment of agalpsL Ibe t. United Slitea, ii reVealed In tdeffrima sent tq Ueriin by the "notorious Cojot former :d' "affairs' in lne, made public todayby-Uie elate department. Intone of the messages of which .therefore some forty, Luxburg that he Induced President Argentine, to enter In la a secret agree- ment'wilh Chile and Bolivia, a "mutual rapprochement for protecdpn versus North and did Ills utmost to hare Peru Included id such an agree- Some o! Iht Telegram anxiety' messages there! rely on. his promise to prevent "Berlin to "Buenos Aires, No. i7G, that is alweys appreciated. GIVE your soldifii this real military razor. He will like it better than anything yot: might In its military kit is a flat bji five znd a, half But mite lhan ail Ihe 1 change" future her ships fr6m ihe blockade area Xo. 157. It is not known, with certaln- ships are '-I-'haTe not conununicalion suggestion about apar-.r pi and ships are lo remain un- "neither carry con'fraj. enler- Argentine ships for, the present, It is important "to avoid 'appearance ot weakness in .face of v the pressure. ation 61 'number' t3. In regard lo genera] question of note ifleijga" stow-.conciliatory a'.tlluila In rogaM.'td Veccgclzed International law farther negotiations. The Argentine goYernment wishes to con- tinue conversations. Chile has re- moved ilag from steamer Iquie, prop- erty, of Doderq. -Recommend express- ing recognition of this' to the Chilean "Number 75, July 20. Hecelv- Ing plant erected according to Instruc- tions. >Vhen doea Nauen send at great- est strength and whleli Is the wa-re, length? le'gatlon balance at he bank was on June 30, G55.QOO pcs- 03.' Please give me secreUand the any ana t'Sfgned) "Zimmerman.1 "ncriln'tg Buenos Aires, about Au- gust 84 I9i7l-Xo. J57. Please telegraph comprehensive, lo setllg ciaiterE'nnrl let reply to be cojirttpiia ui tone. Best would to announce submarira visit. "President's note not received. No. ST. August IS, 1917. Hcply to, telegram 15S. Headjuslmsnt probable, not cer- tain. Objections government re- of- the ships which have T been sold. made use dITlhe scc'ond-.p.llerriatiye in telegram. No. 149 thi{ president. (Sighed) "De'rriir'tb; buenoa. Au gust 161. .Please as with the pr'esldenl'lb answering'last-npte stale that alter, ei gardlng concessions havo to be oref-1 planatiffi'of.clfciiftistsncc we are lire come as to ivhat amflUTit la "to be re- Imbursetl to-trans-ocean. What is de- sired is that the German government compensatlori for Toro As rcgards-saiety (or Argentine ship In Future, please refer verbally to ex as sleeping partner share ,es- planatlons given "lately to ArgentlD'our information, Anawe to telegrims.as lo payment oE Indcm nlly will; be-explained by saying'tba the working expenses of the com- pany." H, -1S17. Xumber SO. Confi- dential also, [or Molina in agreement wlih Saguler, .who Is shortly lo tafce orer the" ministry of foreign affairs I Bc-g-that Ihe reply-to tha note nay be delayed until the first of August." "July 25, 1317. Nnraoer S3. Destln. alton and particulars of antps bound for .Europe are kept" strictly secret. The tyllo'wfng are on !he way, the first two being ore'r eight tons and the others under; Cafloma, Pellegrini, Unlonlng. Lalerra, Francis, Peru, Ven- Itamby, Hrazll, Bolivia, Sail- ings from -Brazilian ports various dates the'Iast named twentieth July. lies low 1n the water and has superstructure rtmtJshlp." "August 1. 1917. Number S3. The president has at last made up hla mind lo a secret agreement with CMIa and Bolivia with regard lo a mutual -reapproachcment for protec- tion, jfpllijJJt'ttlLAraerlca beiore Lhe cbnfcr'ence Is Uken up again. Sa- gulre. ftith friendly undersecretary of Uute and lull powera la on bis.way .to Santiago." "Number S7, Anisuat 5, 1917. Reply o telegram 149. Agreement not pps since minister tnslata lhat thai', establish the obllgatlbr. to Indemnity and contain provl slon lor frMSom tot known'Argentine abipi cjrrrlng Ihe products ol the countrj. Most o' the ahlpa have been lo Iho enemy and will cliaiige Ihgs, I recommend on the ground tha Iho note alter tno tenth of Auguat li friendly terms and If necessary pro- posing a court of arbitration." "August 4, 1317. Number 88. I'lcaa treat with Indulgence the last atlcnip of tho government lo put on pressure The Wnlslor ol marine and Ihe mini "No. S3, August 17, IdI7, This gov- ernment's new orienlallon seems to ba proceeding favorably. Saguerc who has been Invited by'Peru will-visit Lima and then Santiago. "No. 03, August IS, 1917, Reference lo your telegram No. 16G. Secret. I part of'tht: for Switzerland should.jicccsalty ariae. Acknowledne "ncclin to Runba Aires, No. ahoul Augnst U, lleply lo K.o 03. In case' of a..nfpture of relation! 1 request legation to go to Chile, han havo had a long and agitated confer- j over protection of German Inlercsll t eace with president: He Is conscious Sn-ertlalt legation. (Signed) Vo that there have been errors In Ihe past Demliussche." and has firm Intention of adhering Ib "Ucrlln'to Buenos Aires. No. Ito-At neutrallly ant! It is asserted that all j gust He'ply to No. 35. 1'rc pending conflicts may be sctlJeil on broad lines on a-basls of'mutual con- posah sfrecri lo In their form; on Indemnity, for .Toro lo agreed to nf please'ej- _.t jn tjfe prrtidcjt Hie'T-lmTeriaI' government 111 prevent snips from proceeding to .Ueplj- uy.. wire. in the.series is rom Luxburg to an unnamed person at probably tho Ger- man minister Ihere, It ofllows: Aires to Santiago, Chile, July IS, 1917. No. 68. With reference lo your, postal, despatch No. on the 6plu- neutr.il, Germany will be able after the war, lo carry out her South American policy just as well, if'net more .easily side. All sensible men here, ev- en Zcballcs allow that.Chile Is obvl: ously Kglter. governed Argentjnei moreover, the situation here ia by no .means incapable-of solution. Tho prc slclent has tuo firm IntefalkiiJ or'seLtlns Ilio council of NorlU America. Use" Ihc.iboTe'-.coofidcntiDl- HEAVY CHRISTMAS JRARFIC Toronto, Dec. 2 "Canadian llway Iralu3 froin 'Vancouver hnd Winnipeg arrtjed' Union tftday. grcalcst volume .of travel Jn from the nt'Chrlslmas itimp'.'.iThe Grand Trunk Hallway and Ciatdlin' North- ern Railway trains west iverd crowded. Riven, for the rush by Is', that (he vote In the elections and; theTn'' started east for' Christmas. j'C: XMAS lldence. He recommends Ihjt nn car- accordance with telegram No. .161. ly settlement should be arrived at. In- Two, to Vrovfde as h im'plleci or Iheas being a protocol, Argcn- by, Three, war-zWno remains excltid- Slue ships alioulil on Ihc one hand ed and: our Interpretation of Interim Itly bo fiparcrl and on Hie other, pr.c- tlonal law Is not, narrowed by any en.led from goinE to sea. Art a mailer addition. Three" agreed to. If tne f fact the use of thr; Argentine Ilag obovo BUggeaLe.h, suffices I'aa lallerly bcr-h refused repeatedly, norcover, ship building material h c.t- lausted. Contlniiallon folloiva. "No, 100, August 18, I91T. Continue- Ion of No. W, secondly, as regarda1 noto of your excellency or of the Im- perial legation, the lines of which were prevent a" 'rjipiure of relations i.rc- vlous Instructions ore cancelled, .as an agreement' Is 'preferable. "ncFlln.lo iluenoa Aires, No- 170, AuKii3t'21, 1J17. Telegram jXo. dialt of ifole received, The mailer will he rteaH'wIth as speedily as cltfgraphed (o Molina at Ihe .prcsl-1 Draft of'note will-probably be aent dent's wish a largo .hearted Bolnllon! thrmigh the Argentine minister. Scc- shoulil he arrived at out of the well Known There should be assurance lhat Argcn-iway. fSlgned) Kneh'lrnanii." ,lne ships will not be harmed and ihat "nerlln'lo'nucnoj Alrea, freedom of movement will be allowed Auiu.it.29, 1917. neferenco lo my, tele-' Ihem In accordance with International Kram N'o. 170, the proposed Bpsrlnf M law. The president desires confidence.! shipa mnSt absolutely remain iecrtt No. 103, August 1S17. Hoplj- (o I olherwles submarine -war would be telegrams no. Publlr. opinion Is cndangerod, as Mockado area reals on becoming unnalrlotlc. 1 recommend tho principle cf rttillntlon not, on In- a Beltlcmont, My telegraphic commun-, law, the note mup.l Contain Icatlon with Mexico li entirely Inter- a limitation, in Full com- ru.1'ea- guarahleeil W res'rd (o September 1, A friendly In flow of the precedent Isler regrets very much (he comrrmnI- i Involved Ihls Is to tiift to cation made at Berlin to Molina Co the liberality hill lhal lolCBrams n me were con-jtlio case- Ida (er Jnr foreign affairs are probably, lemnlalcd on: A secret wlro may bo! by Ih'c facts The ArBtollno Kovcrn. j line? will fatt Wai-North America Is nupplylng mtnt has published all reports and I'leaie Its arrlMl: munltjon! and hu.ailclng loan Interest drafts, ,15 well as Iho Instructions sent former InHrutr'tlon's.cinr.elled 'W10 BT1 'mprcselon here.' to mo through Molina respecting Ihe lo Pleart.calileLm8 at puce furthei full I last note. August 25 i'V "No' K'8' I can, No TIC. Si, August 4, lali. I am con. In fact I am allowed, only ncldom In handed [o Tlflced ih-t.ire lhall be lo carry ihe president. Tho' government prcien' alms in I "crc It ready lo.communlcalef detallai Iteqiic Jsboul Ihosblpa lliroujh Molina. Pleaae ffiirclsl MINCE MEAT 2 Ib. jari MINCE MEAT 4 Ib. paid' MIXED CUT PEEL CURRANTS, Per pkg SEEDED RAISINS. Large pkg., 2 for SEEDLESS RAISINS. Large pkg. BLEACHED SULTANAS. Per Ib ORANGE8. and Per LEMONS. Psr doien QrtAPES. Per Jb JAP ORANGES, Per' box CHOCOLATES, In fancy Up fropi i POPPING CORN. Per'pXa..... 50c 25c 20c 2Sc 60c 50c 25c !.20 1 A- LADIEB' BOOTS AN6 At tott- 1UC prices GOODWILL1ES1 PRESERVES, Red Cher- rle's, Pears In pint icalers GRAPE-JUICE. Per bottle.................... 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