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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta |�i5ovide For Five iifiiiidii London, Fib. . 1�r-(Vla �eu-ur'i Ottawa Aoenev)-KttimMttt for the army to'l*'WbmlttM by the JMoreUry. of. state for ,w�r provide for five ,'mllllon rrt.en., � Germkris Have Made Great : Preparations-Haye Mys-v ferious New Gas BUTHUN'mbOPS NOT ENTHUSIASTie OVER PROPOSITION Lenine and Trotdqf YieM tp G^mxxfs Readiness to %n Peace iPaci Now on the Hra Terms British: and Can^diuti troops Crtrry Out Extensive  Bi'iliali �� Army .Headqiiartem in Trance, Feb. 19.-(Hy tbo Associated Pre^!i)~The -KfoRt Oernurti Otfensivo oil the wosterii front may bo expect-ea io beijlii" tit" niiy moment now nud �� faras the'BriUBli ftoutis coucem-ua the:nialtf,thrust will be made on the sector botweou Arras and St. Quentin,; N Mytterioua Oai.. . Tiiiilts unda "new mystnrlous" gas Will bo employed by the enemy in the nttempt to'^roak through the aJilcd line.,-Other.altaclta will bo .lellver�;d tartlior aonth.' These'facts iiavo lie-iDOmo known. tlij'bUBh captured On-man vPriaonors and fronii Intorpiatlon gleaned in other ways. ! > Tlie plana of the German higher com-Jnnnd nro eornpJeto, and after many weeks of.Intensivfe training -of as-BauUinK trboiis they are ready to inake tbo supremo, nnd'^nul effort which hae heep;hdverll8e(l"s6 wIdeTy In the last weolffl.' � PJold MarHhoI Von HIndenburg and General Ludendprff appear to have reulizcd that the old metliods oil at-s tack in which a^ong bombardment is made Ik too Well known to. produce Till) rpsults desired. Accordingly, the Oennnn troopft are bt^ing^told that Kiir prise attacks: huc1v\ub. ji-ore nscd ,in Uniicla last summer^^rut Hlgii . nnd �gR|u'on Iho Isouzo .tro. to be ..tried ajRaliw^ the allies ou the western front,  Word Miaa been passed out 1>y'tho., qermau higb comma^d.^tbiit'fow of - i he-- miied tnwps - rWilUwirv lve-'-�tho ' aunks; the Kaa and ;Uic^bOmbatdmont snd -tiiatt ffeslf derraaH InfAfltfy will .^(irerfonio; speedily nuy resistance ol-ii toFtfft>�lfii,'qap>jiir,etl posjlioiis.. .-"^I Despite, theseHssurdnces' and the Intensive training to which Ihey taBTo been put, the' German troops ."'are frankly skopllisal and are. undertaking, their: task wlth^^vo euthuaiasni, ac-cording.to priBpners. .Tliey feel they are gdlng tu be thrown' Into battle, to be-;U8ed ^8; cannon fodder anddo not rlSllBh the prospect. _ It is jBkldjtBft^; aenera.l Von-liudon-. dortt'recently.addressed.a body of In-' fantry. at.Iidbii-'aurt asked how many ' men, w^o willlBh; to, fight to a finish. Only five tUOQ-c^mmioaioned officers' �ndpriTatei;.8tein>ed\ forward. The, 'others - declared' tUoir deBiw'for an - early peace.V'byiiarranKementT Oermau officers; on: the ,whol�r^ap-peared. to haye r,the- convlcMon that t^ey, will'bii able to break ihrougI)~'by sieans of;their-Vaocret'V attauke.-. inte comtOK battles wUl perhaps be the. most'.sanguinary of the. ^ar ^and they win be tlibreak;cleai: through the alliea' line- and they cannot-they 'virtually will . b^e'finished.Tive emperor is'putting erory ounce of strength into ^hlB/great ganible, and, It 7lt falla in the early , etagoB it means the. end of Prussian militarism.^ . . - . The-allfed forces have a. superiority lu numbers, both in'juen and guns, and 110 doubt iajelt on this front as to'tho jutcbine,, . . ' , . London, Feb..19.-An \extenaive raid w�o carried out by Britiah troopi last niflht.on.tbi Flandera front, in the aouthern aeotor of Houthoiat Wood, the-.War office innouncetf today. There .were two other succeaaful^raldB oneMn the region aouth of Lena, carried udt. by Canadian troopaand the other on. the old Arrao" front'In the jielgiiborKeed V Epehy. Pdaoners were/ taken at tbeae. .ralda. The Mandera/ raidvwaa a particularly important' affair, retuiting in heavy caaualtlea.to tlie, Garmana. Dual Control, Ended arid Civil and Military Spheres Are NoM' Deiin�d Ottawa, l^eb. IB,-The'dual control of the military hoi�pitals commission Jur^tbftiJ�jtj;H�rtJyait|dcr civil aiid partly uii-dorrfflllltlJffTMfa ibI^u, Ib to be ended. A cabfpet'.qOmniUteo which ban been working far*j6me> weeks on a plan o| Tp^W8�iliatf5*i of then whole vsystem. r^i-l.i^catfjSifctPfvlthc" rdtarned wen. has* i^ 1? nndCratood^ reached, au agreement .a�  tq. dofltilto decision ptrvQdmialstratiro 'r^apOnsiblJity -be et the m|B/llcal..carevof."all re',urnfld men .until they'ato.'forni^Uy dfiicharg-e# from' the force; it it underatqod. and � the hosp^lals coamtaalon \ will continue Its superviBion ots the'.vocational education of the returned men and of the medical car*'of pensioned-men after .dlscharifa;^- : ' London, Feb, 19.-Russia is now, forced to sign peace upon the con \ German war office. The-Ruiaians untiiccessfuliy attempted to btow I up the bridge acrpaa the Dviha River. ALSO LUTSK Vienna, Feb, 19.-The German army group under command of General Alekander Von Llnzon-gen, according to an official atate-ment'lasued by the Austrian war office, has ofcupied the Rusajarr town'of Lutak, in Vothynia, without fighting. , 'Rumored Overthrown , Lohdoii, i''j)b. in.-Rumors are /cur rent in Vaca tliat the Bolshevik! government in Petrograd has ben overthrown by the Social RovolutloniBts under the leadership *t M. Tcheronott, according to the correspondent there of the Politlken of Copenhagan, says a dispatch to the Exchange Telegrapli Company. Nikolai Lenine and Leon Trotzkyy are said to have,escaped to Riga. ' _ , Can't Be Overthrown" - , An-Atlantic Port, Feb. 19.-The Bol-ehevllti Is iwt only the st'rongest forco in Ruhsia, but it i^ i^leuiUly spreading propaganda - among the people o� Germany nnd Austria as wcl! an in their tirmios hoUl'ng the Uuaaliln front, aticordlng to Mrs.' John Itued, wlfo o'. the Ainori'-aii masa^lno writ-,cr,'whose appointment as AuBsiati oontiul'genorarut New'York has juSt ;1>een withdrawn by Foreign Minister ,/rrot�ky;::. ' ^. Trotzky, ana Leuino, and the arln ciples the;^. represent, Mrs. Heed be lleves, aro' firmly "bntrenched in" Uu^-, and cannot bo, overtlirovu.by "a counterrevolution.  . Gain Ground In Ukraine Petrograd, Feb. 16.-(Delayed);-rJ The Bolshevikl apparently are gainlng,i ground rapidly In the Ukraine.and .In the Don region; Dispatches from many-points indicate that soldiers retumlnt; from the front aro JoininK tho'Bolehe-viki forces In sufficient numbersi ll^is believed here to muke their conquest of Boutliern KuBBia poBSible. From.the toUld: Not Reach Loadon-^Ef-flBctive, Work of dritish > Airmen to aecui'o posBCSSion of wliat wsm yaiu-abla Itl UuBsTlii and tb.it tiic tcnipurlz-ing attitude, toward the Bolshevikl would be ipalntaihert only until the mo-metn-she awaited had arrived. Doubt Ib exnresBcil whether the move agftlhsTTDvlnsli merely the turn of the .'fifcreW- expected to make the BolBhcvlkl'grant Hubml8.slvely what Oermany wants :0r will be followed by HCrlbuB ^SiiUltiry- operations. , In, any case, the ,it;tl6n'l8 deiiouuucd as mere sharp' practice,* �:ihouKh u. .ilso is'regarded a�,,thB-Jncvltal)lo consQ(|uence of the amazliiiS cliaos tu which Russia'' iMLS been reduteA' througli the lack ot a leader strong',ienoueli to gi'ilde the rerolutlona ryoutburst. .-Ruman^a/'JoinB Ukraine. Petrograd, .Friday. Veii. Ti?.-(Delayed)-Uumaniai dl.siiatclic; .rec�ived here iHdlcatiB.;'ha8 perrecto^t an alliance vi-lth'�h'c" Ukraine government opposed to the'!BoiBhevit;i .and a Joint arnly, Includliife'some RusRian/Officers and battalldn's and .several Ukrainian regiments, Is commniided by General St. Chcrbutcheift, Tliese troops have pc6flpIod KIBfiiuey, the capital ot Bessarabia, but-have been driven out ot 'mraspol, on the.iDiiIester, by Bolshe vlkl forces. - The Rumanian cruiser squadron Is riaportbd to hav^ robelted and joined tlJe UusBian BolshoviUl. A number ofj revolting Runidpians wci:e executed at the order of'Wen. St. Cherbatcheff. General Alexjeff, defeated at Rostov- and- Vorouesh, has fled to. Novo Tcherkask, intlie Don territory. During the recent bloody events in Kiev the metrijpolltan bishop, -Vladimir, and G�ni'*.'JvaDO{f, former commander on tlie RuBsian southwestern front, were killed, , , , Deny This London, Feb. 19.-Denial is made iii a stateiheni:' issued by the official Rns-slaii news age'ficy iu Petrograd that Polish troopB have captured Molillev and lelzcd.lSnalgn Krjlenko, .the Bol-sbevlki conunaJider in chief. Tf'ils report is-described as a masterpiece of Qerinan iarrentlon^ , Tre^aky Food Controller. � Petrograd, Frlilayv Feb. 15.-(De-laffed)-Leon Trg!mky^Jthe;.aQIBlleviki foreign imrniater, .jfaa been appointed food dictator with unlimited poworli, Poles Are O^eated'. -� Petrograd, Feb. 16.i-(Delayed).�- Oottpter revolutionary Polish logiona wfere'defeated by the Bolshevikl at Over 1000 Applications Have Reached Land Settlement Board Already Ottawa, Feb. 19.-Though the sdl dioi's' land sottlemcnt .board was only inaugurated . u.I)out three U'ceka ago; there already have been about one thousand applications for the iissiat auco Dfovlded for under the act for those who desire to "carry on" on the land. The hiajority of these are men who had/farms or hotiiestoadH before going to the. front. They are applying fgr the W.HOO advance to which every returned soldier is entitled, who has a bona fide iutentlon togo on the land. The mafehl|iery required under the net to deal with audi applications .s In course of being prepared In the j meantime, in order that there iiiay be no delay in dealing with applications, the various dominion lands and homestead officials ^\ill bo called into rc-ciu.sltlon to make the necessary invca-tigatlon in each case, , Telegraph Briefs ITALIAN ACTIVITV Rome, Feb. 1S.-the Italiaih troopa are ahowing much activity and the harraaalng of the enemy U along the line eentlriuaa. There haa been alao conalderable arfll*. lery fighting, according to the war office atatament today. TURKS ON WEST MONT Amaterdam, Fthruary 18.- -The NIeucw Retterdamiehe Courant r^porta' , from the frontier that thirty .' thouaand Turka and Bulgariana are under* stood to have arrived, at V'erviere. Belgium, fourteen milea e�it "of - Liege, , ,; �  ���'I SWISS FRONTIER cLoSEp Berne, Switceriand, . feb. I*.- The Swiaa-Auatrlan, frohtler haa again been comptetaly eleaed-liy the Auatrian auth^rltiea.; ARTILLERY ACfivC Parla, Feb. 19.-Heavy: artillery' fighting ia reported'In tlia etficlal communication of today. It adda: "Vlolant artillery actldna.occur-red during the nlght,;ln the region aouth of the foraat of; St; 06ba)ii> in the aector of CHmy}9i/it\f\'MM northwest of Beaonvauii; .there la nothing to report from the reWialil-der of the front." '� WAS A SUIK Petrograd, Friday, Feb. 15.-(Delayed).-General Kaledlnes, hetman>of the Don CoBeacks, committed aulcIdH at Novo - Tcherkask, headquarters of the Don Cossacks, during a aesBion oC the Novo Tcherkask goTermn^nt which he attended. The corerametil: dccldeli"eb,' ',HI.-7�g.'BnBiou .in tlie jiuUtloftL world t'vlu'vc&nTioction with irHKtaryarrairiiiJtaB relaxed w.ttU/all't1ie'liiglieBt omol-umenta'atidMBCeRpeQially importannka it likely :^Vouia; be the first to' be j^f^ f Qis^ed a^iyt'iiitqiiip^^^^ ..Genorftl/iBflberJson'h acceptance ot the i �H^tbriv^ cnnt^uand is' commended W.ariiily byJtho'preHS as an ^Karople of* BOldi^ptyy ;/,i|ua);^9' 8ho)�;lng'that- ho is' |i0t;lnPueneedMany noOon ot person-/' ^ a| dli(pjty^,bocau�o of the recenl con- R,W�W�itfjiiaH!e�,^vrefi8 ?ar- London, Fab..1t,f^Qarm^n fllera . took, advantdge, or.apotnar. clear /iaa the' motropolla*waaeonearned.,llo|Mrta from outside'toiivna.hava''not yet . bean reoalvsd. The tire efbarragc ' guns on ^he aiitaklrta of Landon waa ha^vy for two hours.' GUN OEFtNBE BPiLCNDID I i Lohdonr'Ffb.olS.-^Irat raporta from.soiitlyingi'parta. of London say that the .^Hndafeitt*. never, ' was more effactlva than .Monday . rt-*'* wh'fi It provarttad-Qarman aerial raidara from rdtehlng � Lon- 000,^ �� V v.-. ,.� . EFrECTtVE'WORK London, :P�hr^.19,.^T�n ..Qermt^n airplanes wior�-br�u|ht:dawn and � six mora,waro.:.(l|tabl�diby( Brit. I iah airman: Biinp^if, acao^rding to an'offlclal atatsmtnt, on^atrlal ac- Jlvltiaa ls�uad!(aft oialt Hiindrada of bombs' l^^ye Vbaan -dfoppsd on yarloua-tarist�T and, en, Monday British >vlajlbrihriildad''tn�vea V and ThlonvlHai' ]\^lr�ft4rebty'be-�  tween Greati/.I^rUalB-and-the  ^ United*,statesrWM fMilbuttoed ;toaay. T|jo v^iwli BritiBb am.,  ambUB(iH4or4-Bfct)i^ Rbi^dinn, �f ^ flxfld'blB alfnftV'rb^tft docui t trol of their best coal fields, .^^..y Pispatchesfrom Kiev;show that the Metropolitan Vladimir, was killed by robbore who called at his homo demanding money, when the prelate told them hb had no funds the robber� dragged him from tho house and murdered him. .'. .; Where Does Austria Start?^* u Bernei Swltserland, Fob. 1�.; -r-^Ac-cording to Vlemia despatchei;, ^jeon Trotzky, the Btphevlki. foreign, minis-torTlias forwarded a wireless mesaagQ to Count Caernlu, tbe Austrian foreign minister, reading: �/ ' : -v ^ t ' "The -German government, l^iving re-est%bllahed a slate of'wnr with RuSr Bia\without e^-^n givini? the,.Heven jdays' iweviouB notice, I J}av6 th0;l�'onor to\aBk you to Inform mo whether the AuBtro-Hungarian govornmout ^also conslderB itself in a state of war with Russia,'aud if not whether it believea poaslble(tu reaoli a practical rroaliza-tlon on the agreements worked out-at Petrograd." , / ' Son Republic: Petrograd, Feb. 17.-(Deliiyed).-^A Bolshevlki Don republic-has been ir.; ganized at Novo. Tcherkask with^; Solgyeff as prime minister. This; gov ornment is designed to replace the G'oas^ck governnfeiit fostered by Geir orijl Ivaledines ,'and will move to Novp Tcherkask when the Bolshevikl haye taken It, it Ib said, Ouarrllla Warfare,' � Potrogra*,^Feb. Ifi.-(DoUyed),^^ Guerrilla warfare Is to be thomothpd^ of oppoiiicer Oennaoy sbould thati.pa> tlon invade RuBBla further, according tp intlmattonB from Bolshevikl'isou'rcf es, � ..Russiana,,Under Arms \Petflograd, "Feb, 18.-.'Vitbougli^'dur-ing the luBt eight months the AuBalaii' ROidlen) have,been Kraduiilly drifting horaewardj- the^number rcmnlnlngj^unr der 'arms Ib: variously estlinateilixt from ftr�/mli]Iontpi ten m^Ilii)n,JSven If. carried out in the utmost orde^'andi without .interference -by,; tbeyfeQntri|l powers tli.e work of demoblllzatiuu'ahtt tiie return^ of: the men to. their bonie|, would occupy at least a .yoar^- aopdrdl' Ing (6 statements made, ^y a milttar}v aut))orlty to the A8sool�t�fl , Just What Wo^ Exp^tfd r.| London, fel), 19,-A renewal ofiilie Oormaii attaek ,on KroRt'RuB8i�>:fttlf|)la the expectation widely hel^ h�re'^a|nU9-C(ermany consented ti^, nagotihte-wtth' thi� BoJshevikb at Briiist-WtdyiilJr.^^'.TPp often hay^beani exp(-esite4,�tl|^t; annihilated, according to the despatch. An Agreement .'-Amsterdam, Feb. 18.-An agreement has been reached lieCtreen Germany and Austria, whereby, In the event ot military actions, being necessary, the German troops will be confined to the frontier of Great Russia and the>'i.us-tfisnato Ukraine only. This announce, ittent is made in a Vienna despatch. CAIELLORiS: : mYEARTERM Sentenced on J^ive'Connter.To All of Which. He Pleaded J Guilty'  v a probable re-adjustifient of the-subsidies at; present ^granted, to tno various provincial I gov^irnmrnits in lieu ot federal control of natural resources^ I.S. AMES IN WAR �"Carl Catt^irof local taxi fame, .iR-bo bought a new MltoheU^slx. with-n" "no account'.' clieque 'or |1960;,nvjl)l* spend; Tlie next SSlnoythB in the. penKeatia,ry at TBdmonton. He ' apj^irfreUj; tfeWrft Magistrate Elton in A:?.?, courti.^dfi Mondjiy. afternoon ahd-pleaded coilty on; five, counts. On the charge-^lald by Karl Huyck, the MitcheU agent, he wae sentenced tovS5 months. .'Hfr.sotthree months on the New' DaytoU' cheque charge, three months^orif'tho Club cafe ^cheque charge, six moniha onMhe' Mtlk Rl'-er cheque cbarge. ahd.on^ yeir: tor escaping from custody-at Coutts,-The sentences are to run. concurrently iknd Cattell was taken td-'-fidmohton iby ConsL Warman on the erenlngUraln. Aa evidence that,'CattelF" was'' a slacker from the American side,- he said in a letter to hia'wlf^i^hielV he had written while awaiting trJM that he didn't, care if he,��ot^ fivo-yebra In Huge Sumg^Voted^pee^ing up^l';,,?rknyw�r''"-^- have .to.feo to Conatrucjtiphj of; Submarine . \......... . - :�� :'sv'-ehtoers �, Washington',, Feb.fyilS.-The billion dollar urgent- detlcle^cy appropriation bill carrying j halt. a�,billlon tor tho military .e�tabliahmeti|: and large aum^ for tbe.nayy.aAi^iO^hijC branches ut-fbo governmpnt'Was parsed yesterday by (Ottawa, Fob. m-Wednesday, Mar,.........._________ 20, "is now regarded ,as a (late for thrfithe liouse-jvlthouta fo(e beloi; record-opening of the; flTBt session. of the od. , V ' , " , .. 1 -.fj__..... imu� .�.�nnfa r\n i a, .' k t'j'. �.'a i:-.... .1 new: parllHmeiit. ;Th'e bouse meets on a AVednoaday when th^sre Is a speaker to-'bo arrangecl for as. this'la always neeesaarr when a. new parliament assembles tor theih/st time. As the bobbIou cannot bo summoned until the BOldlerB' vote Ib all counted vid added to.!tt|o Uoiuo vote, cqnalderably less than. the tlitity/days' notice . will be giy^n. il'Iio legiBlatlre proKram, it is believed,, will bb confined largely to necessary war measures affecting the ^ig I Naval /Appropriation Wo8t)lngtdni;Febi;19i-Congress was asked by Secretary Daniels yesterday for $230,077,162 ;to^ further '^v Amsterdam, Fcb.^19;-Peace negotiar:.!^ : .,i tions -�vitbL-;Rumania,v-a-:telegrani-from ."-.vt^l Berlin saya it is. underatood. hare.'not' ^ yet ^leguu.'. , Thfey.; probably; Willvxom-) I thenco Friday,- When: Dr. VortjjK^lftelv menu, tho fordfgn sepretary, llkdly/i�ll arrive at Foksbani to take charge iidtrvd tlie German negotiations. -.-i- .,^| Arraatad Ukrainians  " .'t^i London, Feb. 19.~Further belatedI'sft desjjatches from Petrograd received to.': ral day give additional detaila o(-racenfr � .'-^ happenlnKSvin.Rtisaia. .� -' v � ."y-if ;,'^yj An official news .aganey /deapateli '-^if^ under date of February 12 announo^ai that the, Bolskevikt auihorities,or(tel>�r^:!i all.the, membeA of the Ukralhlatf^c^-tral rada andsthe Ukrainian deleg|ites^:>^^ to tho peace conference, : lnclaaing',.,�ndf^',;% tried for treason to the peopi*. .Som�>K7'| of those affected bjr this order; iMvA^'.^'^ been arrested at Kiev, wbUe othent'''^ fled to Berdichev. , t 'i v >i A Military Camy > >'x ' Another of the official aitaeyltdeB^' patchea .reporfB Odessa reseabttiur./aj miUUry camp.: Fierce fl|htlnt.$ac-3 curred there and onthree conseMtlv^j days the fighting continued. it^iaAatal*: ed,. The defeated Ukrainians sr�i said' to have occupied the railway, station and- fortified theraBeWes.i.Ranetred:, flRhtlng of adesperatecharactei^vihcnv beganJn which.Uie ships in thebartoE;; joined; - firing sheila o^ lafg? ci"'' * The' victims, !|t? lac daelaredi aual 400," lnc)udlBS;;theVjeommaad�r(^ Eighth Anny'iCorps. J TheV--patch ..reports rtitat'. sevarair. to effect, of tho ratf( .inore^sa. approve ed. by the railway boa'rdiWllUbo proceeded with on MarcU.l,,ag('airiinced, March IS is the date, fixed, for'the In-craaaes coming intoieffeet.'ifi,tUe,government does not accedeilo ,tUe, re- ycar's lipproprtation Ifiill, _,.-------- � Some of the\raoney;wlll be "spent for , �....-~..v --------^~-. military and ecmiomljj^situation as It ,,ore ,pt,t)ie''''chaser iSestroyerB'' buiir' quest of the-�hlpplng ,nion. Isdeslrable, In vlo>v, of the holding of ^yjj^'Jii.yp^^ the Imperial war .cabinet aeBBiona In �" J' .w " Ju^e, .that tlio 'dejyarture of Ganiida'B represeiitatives overseas fibbuld not be delayed. � veteran"civil wah fought in trenches Kingston, Out.i.FebflS.-^Ainoiig iho soldiers who arrived; hero yosterdny; from; overseas was prlvato ,1. AYi:| Boucher of Gananpque,'who is 73 years uld.'l 'For- eight mouths/he faced tho Gernidii lines and'b'ravejyendui'ed the hardshlpB. Whetfhlsjage waB discov: ei;qd,' Boucher, wm^ordered down the ,l(ne and sent Wttlrfiiiapeolal :t>�!i� , .�q' js^ucklngham Palace vubmeet the King! w^o was anxloual?:lo > see ,tho oiaosi; 'nian In, kbaltl, - The veteran waB grii efously received by ^Hts.'ATajes^y and complimented,on hlslcourage and do-t^cminatlon, 'Private.fioucher fought lu the American Clvir\(^ar,; - \ ' ^r^^NE WA�;^t6 b^. the^Canadh food ,hoarrt'.that the po�ter.!;Bi;-jife)rei.^a talned, It; U^prTjipae^J^^h^'-^ ---- li>ernIc^;';Keb.*ll,�'i'-:^he ilitaenth an nual coiivinijIpUlol platrlct IS, UiM.W. of A, niet^ h^re todar with the largest, repr�i9'(inlati6,ji': frbniAall vuU^M the dlstr!|oph*t!;Ji4s|ey�?' heen/c^llid .tb- ot thejratn-trdhgthi was hftt^calleditp dj Uil�:iatjerh#ni?(biy: MarUhifnf^liijUtott. ;erri�|�)ioana(}lty/ nie|e�iUo!l'^#�5:- mmm who welcomed on beba clear to the' conve: come ho was extsi moflt .cordial nature*' aentiinents of the and their appredati Conferred upbn the ~ Bei^oted'aa tho pla their :, dellberatloHiiV ithatitho.oity had ' biite ill a Bubatant' extent to the en' ;delegate9.,t;�d \f, i. 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