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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tim r.-'u.V niUHSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1917. but upon close of tlie i (hey generally that In view ol the flu an rial vhase oN 1 he problem M r. M cAdoo's rel c ui ion j of the portfolio was Authorities in railway finance lS" thar in IheSr opinion the Kroai VnitcJ i Harold CUim of this It this wornius have liVile, If any.'ctfeci j the war depart meat c{ tho I'nitcJ ca the operations the railroads, I government is semJIng ou'. a They anticipated that iir. Mi-Adoo! questlounalrc for every the vrouM direct of pol (republic who Is rejiai-freJ under ihu onlv. leaving actual foiiu ol: Military Service lav; to fill oat. Tho linos 10 naff 01 j filling out Involves (ho of Reduce Big SaFarics 'doreuj'cf qucstloaa under oath, a of the 1 notary or consul and Is for Ibe purpose Tir.n ac'.s ol ;Uc suYcruiuent :n boshi-jof classifying every registered man. ning operation of r.illrontls will Lc to] Consul 0-ipldiued iliat Jho rfg- rfjiK'e large nmv (a the istered mea arc now -lu'lnB tun Into r.iliviay c-xerulivrs aud increase In; Hvo'scparJtr and that ovcry ungYs Iru> will be Recording to way workers. !thi-! sworn stateriient. It isjnadc com- ijecuritios 10 lie- issued while Ihe gov- i puisory thal-tlie questionnaire be crnmti'.i is m control will to at Inier-j ed out by every registered man not al- es: niics not than four iter cent.; ready In the sohrlce. whtch means that and the be made under j approximately. meu will fill joint authoiity t'io ilinvsur and return the nnd tho Comni'.-rcc C9romi5-j It Is explained that'Uie registered i men lu Canada must fill Out President Wilson, be oullines! questloiiualrea in the same manner as tio fiovemnieat'a in lii.1; fort.b-i on the Aiiier.ican side. coming address (o will njkjthat in Canad? they must so ibat the sovernmer.i bfl to ly before a for ulildiv buy any quani'ly of new railroad urlties. Ail diviilemls over and dbove- ac amount tv be agreed upon wilt go i to Ihe goverumcnt. Congress will be nskeii also to ap-i propriato a Isrgo two! 'iandred million for the Im-! supply oi stot-k ROYAL YEAST CAKES Some womfa hold Ihe idea that bread-mit- iag is a and difficult operation, but this is a mistake, for with Royil Yeast Cakes, light, sweat breact ran. be made in a fcv.- hours with but little trout la. bx an uji i-oufonus u Init'iitluus. Having in view UtC' cf Ihu cokMiial lenrltorics ol I Ihe ol ilio right c( selWo- termination, tea-tje iho outl'nuN] cons derations In Ihe (oriil .by lUe Itusaiau ilflegaUo-i is st eu! urai-tieally impossible, j "Tfio eircuiuslHute that In the (Jvr- man colonies the natives, iiolvvlth- slanJiiig the Bluest dftflcultlw aiMl Ihe vklurj- la 8 slriiK- Sle asaiust au tta-.'j vvho lujd Ihe oCXinlimiie-.l iiutxiri sea. jiuan. and fljman.5 jdregor Mrliiugltllu, nho also j in tho eaae is held ou a charge of i druQkenuess. Hia statement is ex- pected to throw llfihl ou the casa but ,ho was not In a coudltJoa to jivo evi- dence tliU inornluf.- Ho la Knowu to hevrt (ought wHh't'raser aud 's carry- ing a black as a result. Sask.. Doc. nieu. italneil by (he police as material 1 witnesses; perilous of the floor of the a; Btato- xuora than 1600 toos and FRENCH LOSSES 1'arlB. Ucc. 27.r-ln tbe week eutjlog Deceiriber t'l, one stesraer ol I'AUIII delepatioui el thr allied who Rl'.vays'Jmvo dea ed any reslrlcilorts and ffho see in llshJf.ent of recubtcil eccnomtc rolat- wblrli are in accord mice the Itiicrests r.ll peoples concerned, j one of the iuipurtnitt eonJtlluni J (or Urlnsius about ir euuly relatiousj betvi'ceu the rowers now ongagod In war." j Expross" SaliifaeWon I Clialrmaii loHe. of ihe, Uussian delc- ospressed gral ficatlon at thoj [wiUingnccs nf, Germany 10 conclude; 'peace on Ihe of nc no iiidcmnltiCi; aud the- oi" but pointed ouM.hat uf peoples within the f limits giTiated by const'.tut ious as stat- ed by iha German reply was not com- plete. "Kenouncius the application of '.he recognize and carry onV tho-e terms of (he slroas- nation wltli regard honesltv without reservation with re- territories ociau ed during the] Sccr-cas 10 '11 I'1 13 H 15 10 i to "13 qnailmple alliance. Start- wai." he "ths powers iif tho Qiiafl-! u''0il !hcse regard- alliance at the- samo time give j "15 PrePMed' lhcir oupohents an immediate S -the followluB peace ground. They affirm that .Hie rjght stronger, alter uaprcce- i flood of traffic which has j EK M.' SSandj !ni ihc uaj{ section Town-] i t v. S Kange 16 west of the Fourth1 to decide whcrber govern- Meridian, have bean erected into a The director general will hare autU- Vttf ,o Berber Severn-1 'a I be also assume operation and i diatrici ri'ndcr the name ot tho I "Clause Snneial'ous of dcutei! tilomlshed. shull be received Control exalte e-vDrcss t-oBpaafts. c-omwell School District Xo. S551 territories seize! during .tbe war dues' with all its integrity within each the-prOTint'o of .'frljerta. Senior enter into the intentions oE tlae al- the countries with no regard for the 'tee: M. C. Frear. Taber. About troops now- oc- litHe anil oppressed Sections 3, 4.'op 6, t', 10, Eeizeil nropertles it ninst lie "The n-ar eannot end without the iK.'n and IS in Township'i lians'e in the peace treaty. violated rights of those nationalities ilo: au'd Sfdions 1. 12 and 13 in no agreement ucfore, regarding the re-establishea. The Russian i 1C ct Ihe Fourth of these places. delegation insists that those naUoanll- 1 Irt'ni have heca erected into n "Clause is not tlie intention ol fes must In tlie very nest peace trenty IV Ul L A VL il i school district tinaer :iio iiime of 'tlie nllles to deprive thc.irallticalnidc-. establfehins a graf ral. peace amo-jg 1.1 I I H II 11' C'onlts "chool district Vo 35SU of wndence. of those'nations which tos: nationalities, recciTo on Ihe basis o. IU I LLnULyj rroviDCC 0[ Albt-na. Official trusiee: ;t flDrius lhe war- international asreciuent, -Sask., Han. W. il. guarantee; Jos..Morgan, Lt-thuridge I "Clause qtiestion of subjec- lheir lawful rights will be The north halves of. Eectioas that.or tho other" country, of "Tjp tinlD ln nn casc FeltSli Cheap 3S, 34 inn" that portion of tho north !b.ose nationalities trhp have-not pol- tile bt ono people hy. lUrtio, premier ot EaBiatchewan, es- halt of section lying of tha todependeuce and cannot, ir, the another." v j pressed satislaftion todiy withv tho j Bow river in Township H Range 16; I opinion of the powers'of the niiadruple Ttsgard'.ng comiieDSalion for the; jrohibitory. lesislation enacted Ly the i Sections 2, 3 4 5 S 9 -10 11 H 15 i alliace. 63 solved intDrnattonally. In maintenance of prisoners oi war the Hnssian chairman, said it might up, conslnted as an indemnity. He InsiEt- eii that an internat'oual fund be used to pay damages against private yer- ion government by order in council, hu determined that Canada on April 1 next will bO'Under complete pro- hibitory law has been .with ceacrcl approval by tjie people of Sas- katchewan. Almost all tlys provinces ot Canada have Eat in force prohibi- tory laws which go as Jar as their con- stitutions will permit bat it Vaa for the Dominion to supplement Ihe legislation by prohibiting impor- tation .into Canada and by stopping i trade in liquor belwsen tbo prOYir.ces. The heneticiil effects of _ our local prohibition law have been of such a character as to lead to.ths cnncjiis- ion that Dominion wide will better economic conditions, will j decrease, waste and vilil so increase: tie efficieiicy of Ihe nation that we j be assured o[ still greater efforts ct the south halves of sections 26 and and west of the said river in Township 15 Range 36 west of the Tqnrth Meridian, have been erected -into .a" school, district under the nanvb.ot tie. Brunswick School 3574. of the province of Alberta. Senior trustee: John Jen- kins, River Bow. II stitution. "Clause in acconJance sons.-. He had no objection to Ger- with the declaration of the statement- niany's request that her celonies he ot the Qliadrnplc atliance.-the protcc- evacuated by EnteBte'tvoops. Eton of the rights of mlnprltiAg con- -Hussia's delegation, ho. slated in Ktitute an essential'part-of the, right conclusion, notwithstanding V nIKer-1 of -peoples to indicateii knee's of opinion, thought that'ttwGeiv by a constitution. inan declaration that Germany has not "Ciause governments of tlitf aggressive plans, ,-ffercrt the possihll- {Teutonic allies also recoKniie this "-v of lne immediate beginning of principle. (This refers lo'clausc five nesottalicns for a general "peace of the riuss'an peace terms stipnlat- among all .belligerents- He proposed a ing ttat no oelliisereut country 3uall recqss until .4, so required to pay contributions and that "'the people whose governments tha'.'prirate persons shall be compen- liave rot J73' Joined in the nesoliations EEted for losses incurred through the lor peace may have an oft war special fund contributed porlnn ty to theitiselves with ;hy all the belliserchtjvon a proportion- tlie Princ-'ples of such.a peace as now jal basis.) This la a material '3 I biilty of mutual refusal not only, to re- For Saturday and Mpnday The bafance of our felt house'slippers 5ri all makes, except Dr. Jaegar's, we will sell from now till New Year's Eve a t pair i The sizes range from 2 to 5 Nothing larger Season d to they being piit forth to tee that CaneSa cpnscription.of British subjects in the United-States Tverc described here to- day sir-' Frederick Edwin Smith', attorney genera! of Great Britain, who i arrived in this on j a mission to lay the matter before the foverniiient it Washington. "Arrangements to. have. British sub'- jjectj 6t raililarj' years returr.6' j their 'country of origin unless have already joined military forces voluntarily have been made with prac- tically alt of oar Sir Frederick said, "and we have to tnike similar arrangements HOK for After tliree yews- of the he said, It TTM found there were thou- sands of Rnaiian Jews In bondon who had At Joined the English forces and -.rould not relurn" to Russia uecaiUs they said they frared political perae- cutlon there. They were given choice, New York, Dec. for iha tund war expenditures but also to pay tVeshlngton, Dec. new draft Machinery was litrolted for the first ttme when Provost Marshal General iCrofrder public today-instruc- flcns to all governors calling for the jaoblUzatlon of bricklayers, 'urg- infiy neoiieil by General Pershinj, at once. Only white brickliyers will be taken either by draft or by voluntary not they are tt> be'uMd in I NOTHING DOING T-ondOD, Dae. was noth- special to report on the British .front In France yesterday, says the of-' lleiKl today by the war office. Escape Cold! 01 ForVICTORIA VICTORIA, BRIT> ISH COLUMBIA'S MAGNIFICENT CAPITAL, CREEN ALL YEAR FWUND, CAI.L3 VOU TO GET AWAY fF.Otfl THE SITING COLO THIS .WINTER. Least Rainfall of all o-jr Pacific cities. Beau. jtifur bblldinoi; lovely horrm; tcenery; eiccilknt commonly in bkom In opt" tir at ChrMrnM; golf every in the, xcdr; balmy, aver> irrtan .temperature far January above ztro. he said, of tbe oihtr Btarted. back or Joining the tie adtatlons they EXCURSIONS 1 MH.-'t pHce, we retired In rrtirn to Iklc coupon Vlth purctMvr'i name, fMnn ami cf pwliaee, mMt not bt fator thai chxiHw date of thrt written (kereoa. Clly ;