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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'il.'KSDAY, FfiHWiAHY 12. V 17 1'.': A> _________________________ 11 IK LETIHtolDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGEFTYB l.ouilun. r'eb. luiusc of (JOIIHUUU3 today, 1'rcinlcr JJo.vd George sjiil he liail rend wJ line nt (he replies Klven lo Prcitdo.nt Wilson and the de- ul.i.nitlOEis of the Hellish government liy Count Von Hertllup, the German Hianccllor, iml Count Cternhi, tlio Aiislru-HunRjrlan furclKn minister. The premier added il was jiorructly true lLal rcganta the tone llicro was a greM deal uf difference between ULO two siiocches nnd lie could bcllcvo itLcro was a difference in substance lie Eild Uiat ivlien It earati lo tho rea riubstaucQ of tiio demands of the allies C'uunl Czcrnlii was adamant. Mr. Lloyd Georgo siild the sovern- nu'iu slocwl by the considered ileclara lion made at I lie meetings whh llu trades union ruiireseuUttvca earlj" llil: year. The'fiovermnpnl, tho premier addeJ .Hi oot recede hi the least ID Hiei war. alma as they had been staled. T was na uso, ho said, crying peace whtu Diero WEB no iieaec, llegtvrtlloE the supreme war council Mr. Lloyd GeorfiO said ft was iMpos slble to inako a statement as to lh decisions ll reached wlihoul giving In to the enemy. Thp premier said U.al II the houa of commons was not satisfied wllli (A conduct of. the war, Llio only way iva to change the Bovernmeut. Field Mar -shal Halg and General Robertson, li added, were present ill Ihc session o the supremo war council .and approve iis decision. Upon Hie fa clal on -ol Hie supremo war council, Iho premier runiiiuled tho liausc, depended millions of g till ant Ivcs. the honor and, witty or tho omitry and the war upon which he rulurq ol Iho world was dependent. I Intor.natlon lu IMg particular were o ho given lo LJ.6 cnouy. lie- would roler lhaL the resyonjiUlUy bo plac- id upon otUer shoulders. ge ly To The Defeat ot Germany N'ew York. Feb. workers ol Ori-al Urllala tnl America. Ihraugh holr aiiokeamcn al a great mass uicct- ng at (ha Century Theatre last nlKhl ilnlgcil their united qnswervlue ellort lo tho defeat of Genuuy. The workers of Ainurlca spoke inrouch ecretary ol labor Wllllim B. Wll- ua and oldclals of the AuierlcaD fed- erallon of Lobor. The workers .ol Great llrlialn spoko Ibroufh Charles Uuncan, M.P., bead o[ the British or mission vMcb arrived In this coun try yesterday. Pacifists were plllor lea by Ilic and vhen Hilf Frayne. represenUllve ot labor on tbo war iniluslrles board, otked Ibal fir Ing stjuadii Le called upoa to deal Iho iLDtser-branJed Eeeker after peace ho was cheered to the ecno. NOW ON DOM. Qffl. Victoria, n. C., Fob. onus it Iho threatened ship yard slrlke iua now been transferred to Ottawa. Tho case as il now fitatids was yester- day loru-ardcd by wire lo tha Domln- 011 hctidQQnrlcra'or tho Imperial Mun- itions Hoard by'Mr. It. P. Dutchart, director oT wooden nhtrliulldlnB on llils coast; after a conference with tho Joint deputation roiircaenttnf; the lur.l- al trades councils ot Victoria and Vancouver. TUit Is why liquid mcdlJr0. J, Hamilton, Mlaa 9. Mr.1 ftftd Mra, James Kiddcj, Mrs, 9otdy, :R. Andrew Smith wu elected preal- dent of'the Chinook Club aL the post anal meeting- on Saturday succeeding J. McMco! permanent secretars has not yet been named, R.V. flibbona acljar, IB secretnry for the meeting. The financial slateaicnt was aubnilt- led. the club Is progressing fav brablr In Us new quarters. Eczema Wash A touch ol D. to any eczema sore or Itching1 eruption and you'll able to rest and sleep once more, Think Just ;i touch! Is II worth try- Mr. Match was the originator of cci a trlel liottle today. Your tnous rolp ot the sej t-aplRfn in "Paid l ]lloripy uach t( Ihe first bottle docs n which Imd an exceptionally nol relieve J. D. Higinbolhmni run on Hroadvar jiol long agu. lie baa since then creaieil tunny ori- ginal types in niotiun pictures, mo.-u of them helng. like hts rolo In "Double- Crossed1' what Js In the the- atrical world ii3 "heAvy" I'aul- FrtJorick in will aijjiem- at Hcarland for the last times lonleht. For her soltndid work in support of Mary J'lckfonl IN "The Llttln Ameri- Dnrutliei Alirlli will ha re- membered as ono of the tlevnrosl of ihc Ingenues, ivIH he seen nt Starliincl as leading wo- Dian for YVallaciiJleld, In "Tho HosL- a Paramount picture. This was written especially for Mr- Held and .Miss Abril by the talented Ueululi jra- rlc DI.T, well known author iintl play- wright, EMPRESS TONIGHT "The Masquu of A film snn- salion in seven reels that has slurlled Xcvr York during a tremendously suc- cessful four weeks'' run' at (lie Park lljeatrc, has been Looked to' the Empress theatre tonight and to morrow, with musical accoinpanimenl exnclly PS presented in New York Without a ilouljl thla Is the. most spec Co.. Ltd.. F. D. D. D. LAST TIMES TjONlfeHf, Pauline Frederick WON'T RECOGNIZE UKRAINE TREATY London, Kelt. Assoc- iated Press ii Informed that. the British government declines (ft uie treaty of peace 4 tlgned bct.wtcn the central pan-en and (he delegates act- InK cm hehalf of Ukraine. 4 HI HID MR [UyiWfJDHl S10F? OUT live Hllrl K Thick, Wjvy. Glony ind, BMirtfful it Onn. fry yon will, fttlcr tppllcfctloa o( Duderlne, you ctn not find et or Mliui feilr md icalp will not itch, but vbit will M jon noil, will k< Alter few ult when new hair, fine