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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LKTMHHUXiK. AUiKI'.TA. SATURDAY, DECEMIJKU 22, 1017 NUMHKU 11 EXPLOSION BADLY DAMAGES GERMAN MUNITION PLANT DRASTIC PROHIBITION REGULATIONS PASSED BY THE UNION GOVT. Kaiser Will Not-Be Allowed To Dictate Terms of Peace To Russia SERIOUS DIVISION IN PEASANTS' CONGRESS Petrpgradj Dec. Trotzky, tbe Bolslierlkl foreign minister In ad- dressing the council of soldiers' and workmen declared that If the German Emperor offered "offensive1' peace termB Ihe Russians would'llgbt ag- Binet It. ILWo did not cverllirou' Czar inn to kneel before the he cried. .Continuing, be saiil: "But if through our exhaustion wo had to accept the 'kalBer'e leruis wo do so to rise rith the Gorman, people against Ger- man m it i I aria m." Support Uenlne Petrogrnd, Pec. Tcliernoff, former .minister of agriculture, and Mmc. Catherine Hrcshkovakayo and other social revolutionist members ot the constituent assembly, have pro- claimed their determination submit to Premier Lenlne and Foreign Minis ter Trotzky, but to convene the asseriv blr to endeavor through it to car- ry out a program of peace end land The total-number of members elect- to the Is now 8 but only 4S ol these have register as members'by the BolsbovJkl. Serious Division London, Dec. meagre newa reports from Pelrograd Indicates a ser- In the peasants' congress, has' been-In session for ;i forl- retrpfrad. The shall be'-fifon to the cbnstUu- which will decide upon ?iform3f: while. Hie :left Is" dqralriafeil; soldiers' and ivorkmoafs delegates. latter take the pjaltlon thai the old tors' antl workmen's delegates .be given authority above that constituent assembly. All at- to heal tbe breach have failed. has a slight liiajorlty. SX3t are missing and lire anp'posed to have ipVoman Gets Three Years and been killed by the explosion. lly studied the motion to eu-loilt, Quebec will gladly step out. mo'to pronounce definitely on j is not Quebec, whatever certain Pays Fine of One Acquitted Detroit, Dec. C. altschmltjt, with four or five others, Detroit, Mich., Dec. large number of factories in Michigan al- ready have ctirtailed operations, be- It was announced, of the fuel shortage. None of them, however, was engaged In the manuncliire of war munitions! Slate Fuel Administrator Prfidden recently recommended ip National Ad- ministrator Garfield that all theatres irt i j i _i "I'o't w iur and halls and factories not engaged in I J? i J? 5e? p