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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ffcraW VOLUME "XL rtl.HKIUV FRIDAY, DECEMBER NUMUKll 15 F. B. Carvell Hints al. Further, Steps-r-Sensations Once GOVT.-MUST RAISE 500 MILLIONS, B.', Dec. tht ntxt flscil year musf rabsd by Canada for war pur- ports in addlf on to th? 000 or necessary to the crdfnary business of the country. Hon. F. B, Carvell, minister of public works, announc- ed at a reception tendered him here .last rijgM. Mr. Carve 11 said Groat Britain was perelj.tently calJ'ng for mun- 1 itEuns and foodstuffs and Canada must the 'callI But must do financing for not a dollar could be borrowed in Brit- ain or the United States. The .Question, Fnld the ,minister, all resolvcJ itseUuiito The un'on government's duty was to see that (lie resources of the country wove con- served; .that tbe people havo money :md tli erel) JM'have it to invof-l in gov eminent bowls for liis carrying on of tlio If tlie peoples saving anil profits were not to be available Can ada could not carry on as she Imd done f in the past. That was the real reason for the formation of tho union govern-1 me lit and Iherc must he government" plong >ush ss line Speaking of Hit, jirobih tioii veil sahi his hearers iscctl nnl be sur- prised once; a to learn, of just as Ura t c hcEng done ALLIES MUST ACHIEVE THEIR PURPOSE ,11 IF FUTUil PECE OF WORLD ASSURED French Minister Declares Will Not Be Satisfied With Things as They Were BRIG. GENERAL GRIESBACH Paris, Dec. will not ac- Unlontet candidate in West Edraon- cept a peace on euiitlHions be- lon, whc a'lead over Frank f0re tho war, Foreign Minister Fiction Oliver in Iho recent ..elections, which declared In replying In the chamber the jolliers' vole vHli consUlerably In- Of yesterday to the jieacfi crease. HriE.CensVal Grlesbach 13 at terms of the ce: the front.' His brigade was the one to nussTa. Ho Lloyd-George Repeats Again the Now Famous Assertion That Will Fight Till Purpose Accomplished--- German Papers See Opportunity fpr Entente in Terms Papers'- See Merely Another4 Attempt "to Deceive Nations of World. London, Dec. Tho-Xieiie Frolc I'rease. Vieuna, of the-purposes for which the allies clarca that all pretexts lur isrulons ure fighting Is easentlal to the future the havo become uaierrjLie. adrt- frecdom 3nu peace- of mankind." said rremifr Uoyd George, in a which he scuil tuday to the laho tress. The prem-cr's statement is re-. a golden bridge Tor the entente." gardcd as the liritlsh'reply to the Ger- London Comment man peace.offer. Berlin Comment Idler The .outline of peace ag.-eeiuent gee in German .Oufline r con- formulated Brest-l.ilovsk cunstrtuwa of Terms That Allies Can Allied Armies Locked in Great Death-Grip With Enemy On West Front THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM IS GROWING London. Dec.; here on e reply the central powers to the the reply Amsterdam, Dec. "Berlin pa-.flolshbvlhi. JICBCC as far as can peri dilate on tlfe importance of the be juugcrt iroih (ho editorials in the- Ilrest-Litovsk peaus BegoliatlgnP. The morning aovrspapcrs, Minus iwp innin YorV iinwspapara Uils wcrning o Accept New York. Dec. following l ilorial comment appsiirs in the Xcv, I'jiiuulian Headquarter.-' in France, Dt-e. mail by Ine I'atiailtau overpciis bug lei ol mi empire arc blowing across the fjf Fhmlers. In the noith 10 ward I'psiehnnhile the IliumH "The result so far lines to felt s an agreemen 1 .IUILM .1. IVUfUU-fkU t that powers have made a proposals: peace negotiations enlra! powers outlined in principle on questions ealcn- perfectly sincere offer to end the war asserted that Germany bled to form the ojulines of a future- Immediately on Ihc other it.Is Eight Planes Brought Down British and Italians in Spet- Fight was endeavoring to involve France i its negotiations with the Holsheviki but that the war would go on whether or uot a separate The foreign minister saltf Germany was seeking to protract the negotia- tions with the llusskins, reestablishing 'ccmmercia! relat'crns in tho meantime, bellovluglhat in this way the Ilolshe- vil i might be checkmated later He fernrjE lenu the central powers offered to Ihe Iius ians ib libhed toda> ho said Cierman> is tning to imoho us in her maximalist After suffering at> "e have we can not Accept a pcaco based on tlie quo.1 lly agreement with our allies we arc- ready to discuss direct propositions .reganl- ing peace, but this is indirect. 'Russia caq treat for a .separate peace with our enemies or cither ease, tbe war for us will con- tinue. An ally has faileil us, aii-allv Vi'ho in preceding years carried olt great victories. It. is a great success fqr our enemy hut another ally has Tho THiics says: "These-proposals _____ are merely for a Gorman the .____ of Importance declared that they set a cunning trap status quo, with full liberty for Ger- that this fact be iiotftd by the Kusslan ir> which they hope, although vainly to, many to carry out tho Jl.ttel Europe negotiators .The Allies. 'design, to ripen her plans for ron- the world! The former view confined lo quest and domination, the mera offer f that the Papers generally regarded as having to the Hussian UnlBbbvikl of this peace policy Is en- leanings. It is supported of the terms of an for democratic government irv ,t has thereby given! testimony tirclv" free erf all lust nf conaueTt afl strongly for instance bv the Conscr able peace in Itself means no striving after Violence Dally Fipress ulilch stands Russia has forfeited fellowship of Tho lageblaEt 'Even now jt'uiscohipristogly tor victory over the (Ile allies ]f anythlng to tome of Is a question whether lioae efcmral flowcri and is in ardent the proposal must be mauo more reach for peact will overthrow tho of anUPnisslanlbm In ill Iht nnd moio con-jmhen wall erected and continualli strength ctatctuenl Bive Germain hersc.f ened bj Cfaijniunts Aleamthlle noth The Noborl but 'But One Kourassa For Antagonism Rs- twetn The Races Montreal, Doc, sfr, Quebec not go nut of iho ronfsderallnn, Rays Lc. Canada. when ramo.oiir salvation will corue (Juubuc. is not Itaitan Army HeatlQuarters In Nor- LheriTluty, the .Assoc- iated of the'heaviest air laids tltf eneraj has attempted on this tome Iron-the othei end of front tame lo grie[ jcsterday when world a democracj iias arisen agamct -If cf a fleet of 2o a rplanes Oeiinanj s appetite for conqup I At the conference lif Paris a pro- or v-ougdejd Rrant i as up and In conseq fleet snept ore- the qamp uenca the unih of action 01 iveUsu il S nclonk of tire nlhes w II inakp itself iclt morning fiylok aud aisclicrging lo Macedonh Germain and her allies SQIIS Considerable damage ha-o undertaken the impo aiblc task tbp snr of conquer ag the wo Id The noriel raacii her In this ar France Ine wore roon In air and engaged, wiU have placed a great role for as tbe euem> at close The siid sh" will bav fighting was spectacular eight peace program 15 framed la such the- orettcal and abstract terms tba' a number of in conten .loh'CKnhot.'at once be decided. The terxjf'of comment ]n the Brest Lltortk :haf the entente peoples hare no long r an> eicuie for the" wmUnued flour I olatert in I'm coifettcrallon T> she 11 has the lower pro- of thi, encmj cars being sU of (hem lyltbin the Italian lines The other machines 'better hasty re ircat, raiders, returned huminit M Pichon declared that seciet treaties published bj the Bolahevlkl hail not compromised tmicc said German diplomats Fere ending to show indignation were U oclock and several ware il JJic men sought to regotiate tno fall ng in Ibis allaclt the t with Ine old regime m The Express says: i terms he taken as Ger- in Bay's I rst: bid. :'-The proposals, so clearly play into the bauds, of .the Teutonic allies in three, They add to.the coillusion of.-.Russia, they 1 something cien If onl> Uo appease the peace.hunger of: the peoples of the it is significant thcl Ihc Idea of con- been abandoned completely. This ,is "the first indication, that. Gpr find at tho same time i.sith n'tli''''Rr l'uns r-telil- tllL'-: l oil In srirnK5le about Cam-, hrai. Ou thrfe hundred of front tho grim fight The heart of Fmiurn beMs tleapite the long agnny of conflict, the torn fields and wasted citius, des- pite the A fane and Ihe Marne, the anil tlie Mcuse, Verdun Sommu ami the new records battle. Britain after three Mid a quarf er years still pours her men 'Icld, 8till stands as the bulwark of .he free .nations of the seven scaii. Aud round her aro marshalled ab :hoy innrsbaltcd from the first; :i of New Zealand, of Australia, of South Africa anil of For the Maple Leaf and-the Wattle for tlie Thiatlo and the- Shamrocl; ,nid the Hose brave men struggle on over tho graves of yesterday. 1 liavc seen them together the great moving drama of an empire- I personified in marching mon. Canada moved its horses aud its-men and Its ?nnB towards Passchendalc it Uritlsh artillery coming out from the mud after five continuous months of service. H pap set! New Zea .they .provWe. troopfi from the Russian to the French mmmi after Ontario IIBB bucu. n whole year iTilhoiit rsecing the color bf I-'rcnch money she will unoak n I tlio Its rogaully of Branch dom'.nallou. 'SitO'nhst p oparandi through Henri Wourassi and hla ptpu I e Devoir for the lack'of recruiting In th fa province for the growth of antagoniEin tivceti tlie Krenfth and English, speak- ing people of Lanadi mtl Sir iTuricr couM nllled to the the union governmeni the of lln so v I e Solpil of Queliec isy-j to other provtncrs IF >ou "Aish iliy ronfcrier at foil (o last >ou will rhangc; we are no longer'disposed to enduro your Imper- tinence }our polllfcal but a general, and the imprisonment of 400a IN A1I8IA ijondon t. deorgc, in a lottr-r lo tho on vttf aim" onU made In asreo-ront1 w'th Oreat Url tRln> allies. Thy question ot Isfiiilngv Joint allon, he adrtcJ lielfig Kopt In h> Iho entente allied second that fears tiolshevlki intlneiice, being effect on the (icnnan working classes stiff Upper, lip UtiiV attitude Iff this coi ntry In situation i Hie clccltrcs The peace i ___ ._ lian sent tcrn13 not lead IK to 'lil lhat a ojrarms We fcust 1 o hitch ul. to aarrnarljr to show that Aires, Dec. Tho go tnent annciiiricoA yesterday tfint of -tho 'neutral Ihte mmm. union leaders who were rioting .during' Iho disorders her6. White It was at first thought the strike today was to be only of one ilay'8 .dur- attan as protest against the Impris- onment o( their fellow workers, Itrhe- camo knovf'n .that the strike teane'r! liad decided the strike wouhl til tho ,Hen are relcaser] from ijall. every fa'ctory in the city la cither closed ilowir cnmptoJtily or ser- iously affected .by the strllie. Wheii Ihc cases of thirty union men Cfurgcil with rioting came up in court for a prclinilnarv hearing ycaterdiy thft men nil rlcadcil rot guilty and refused altemiit lo provide boti men. for. themtelves. Tejm Dec M i care fill check of the nanber- of Mexican bandits hr'AiSerlWd tfoopa and ruchers followliC ranrli raid If Isofrielall 1D1GIOCOB 1HEOAIS1RKE1 Itejina, Dec. 27 ntirftfarv ._.- ________ _________tliat IS c an'nallons been postponed until bandits had heen actual April Th s Cog ten) ft was reiioried How many tnora cfawled OH lo hav? been ftto "fl to die of In Jantiir) clnnirt fcs to come down it tha; wnatevcr v done In regard to that company would alto be ap- plied to the Grand Trunk Pacific. Instead of acquiring loan waft made it'to-tide1 over its financial the remedy'was .only' of tertv, porary character H T roonr oswn their for tbe'mo- ravnl Sisavlell M thtags for fight cicn aj they of tlio it they seen fo- mpnlhs md Eomptmies And they fighV for freedom, for just- ice for the traditions ol a nice tlic prcsemllon of civilization Jt i" for II esi things that and Aiij tralia and New figllt side bf side nilh IJnnin nml with'France They look to Iho west and the spring' illi the of the Unite 1 Slauis stoiniing forward into the firing Hne Out of such war companionship they lirtdlclcd be bom a new worlil understanding a" iiiidcr-.landlng link those sneak the English ind breach longucs in Com mon narllltrship for the pe ICG of the, the found Uion o! that 'iip sherigth ordered str'cngtli, policinB Iho human world mra nrn iwllcr cltlei l DIED OF WOUNDS 10 GIVE GOAL 10 -M NEEDY tS C A iMagfath, fuel Cvntrofltt, Makes Move to GuaraatiK. Ftwl Supply to All Toronto DecM -jV9fa las been OHiin the In Toronto tVt LIcal Hoder cmtiring i f Hr dlstrlbnlfon of coal Uaril Matlcnnin 54, of the 60Ui amongst consumers C A -Magratn controller, hn writtej 'SHIPS-ARE H ire bftllered to'feave In .tho alnklnf of fire Norwegian by German sabmoTJnea, nc- aUtenient the Temjiorance Act eivTiig trail LITTLE DAMA6S DONE BAclloiis an> .Jntepliroviiicial flavor, Washington, Dm: SlK-l'rcViims purctiaaofi being Tnade-via iiorls of a bwlng IbVoivn into tho 1 'Xl-A-'0ii ne loilav oilier imlnts, tho. order 'Anicik'nn ronnuh'te, sent tack 10 tlio.brewer or dla- rcnibor JS smiplerat-h lillerln tlie" govern- lij a llspatch Irom Consul General .nUoglsialloiv at Ha> who salil litlic dartuge wns itnnq tliesc (lel'yeries. will-ami 110 one huri.fia r Ic proiiib tctl ftflc; AprM 1'. r _ 3AL1NA ADOPTS M ORPHANS allcmpt to corner the 0; HtSULT FOpT WILLIAM t .Arthlir. Oiil.: Dec. 27.- ofttcial count of the home voto for of i'orlh Vrlhnr Kemir? I I0ti Dm ,Uw onr municipality pfefer' iliH ono of offirnls HiKines's il will be lo lonk into fiyfcfy tllijtlEciMo l fm oal nu> which is refused by dealers, i.l fippcars (o be.a case of actual neeil Tnd jour office is are thai Iliore ;tvallahlo of coal in theJihilrtV oNan> such deilpr shall forlhnllh IK ordelbd to tncel em oiqenc> irrfspectUe nf thfc4 npidtcnnt In question h i regxilar tonier or not. TliH i? ft Hme n absolutely. e.isentEal and T-hm in tlia! if the situation, is put siifijrelfT before the dealers In j'our town, nill he King T0lnnlarll> to roopetiLte with >ou !1) itrdcr to report any (T-c of tint mav aris4i "lull lo obliged If you indicate _. name of mi) clealei show! a mean t consMerame MX> t to tno cost' would bo lialt a The old lo disregard the puhlfcjaftt of Ia6 Telairlph coraptnr ot tt b not coisldercd Ilkelr P" hundred nas ?1 51 The new.ratc ,.sl mt f C0c1munlcata h u Tim sank sveri the Reifn of that the local board of trade will make will si On (oiMloM this A 6f 271 Ragaa any traicit atfunst the rmpoiiillrm of an lie eiso frO'n 3 (a lo the In-! Freight Rates Increase Will Hit Farmers' Pocketbooks Ihe announced increase In wllhcat question Hlr Home freight on ail Western rallwiyi figured It out thf Increisft In "gro'iei-r'iso- Sonfeiin'jn foreign office stid for'waril lineS ahioantmg (old per cenl will freight alone on a on of lomitoc askatchewan is leavlic for "1 Copenhagen corrtspOTtdc-il mean t consMerable boo tlo the cost would bo oie lialt Iph compinf I the Regn of tont, Ragaa iats market' tort Sofrdpol of 1800 the rates'the Herald thte-norn cln O.IK.J 7II rtbl ton! 8pro Ing hilcrrlewtil Air Horne of Yrcaso proportionately it YILLtAM Campbell Vltwa and Home, chair creaie sugnr about ft fcto Dec. of sec'ten of tho j rli ed noun Ja on freight ne for .WEATHER Board ol what tho only incaiH Vrlhiirkemirf I Iflli feel of tiw lufrtaM te Tkal it