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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IHSDAY, JANUAIIV I. niiitinril'KOKinillOnML MIP.HT HAVF. REEN-BARON Answers to New jrrUnlLUDLLulflllvJAUL MIGHT HAVE BEEN "BARON CALjjART? ENORMOUS WAR DEBTS HAVE BEEN CREATED v I Spain Kcfuscs lo Follow Wil- son's Uiid iiml London I'ress Sees Si( Jan. In- crease in lhe national dcbl of Grenl.llrHaln.-'France-, llubsil, Ceniiany and Au.slria.llun- Kary Is csllnialed by the 1'til- rrai Deserve nbar.l al JV-UJ5.- 000000 from the lic-sinnlng ot lo lhe laller i-ari .of. igiE-wlllr tins exception of Ausl'riii-llnnt'ary, in whose. case-the cstlniule oxlcmls ov Iv' to May, 191H. Twenty-nine 'billions IB the three, iiilonle nations', share of Hie-lolul nan twenty billion is Hiai nf 'he iwo central v TO MAKE POSITION' 11. S. Musi N'ol Shipmcnl of Munitions in Effort 'To Kiui War Hoaj'il of I'rndi! Miikcs Funds fiirScxl'Ycar DESIKEW Washington, Jan. the en- tente reply to President Wilsons peace note failn lo metl hlE pro- rfosal for an early occasion for an avowal of terms, Ihc pre-idenl will make al least one mor.: move. This became known definitely to- day, although it was indicated that no final decision as to the nature of the next step lias bten reached. REICHSTAG TO TALK PEACE London, Jan. plenary ses- sion of Reichstag will possibly be convened in the middle of Jnn- 'uary, according'lo a Renter's die- patch from Amsterdam quoting Berlin Vorwaerts. Vorwaerts says, 'thai 11 Is obvious lhat the chan cellor, as well as the parties, would like lo express an .opinion on lhe entente's refusal, ol Ger- many's peace oiier. The budget committee ol the Reichstag is gen- -erally expected lo meet in lhe middle.of the month in any event, says Ih'e" Una-oii. Jan. '4.--Furihcr crilicisnl o( ('resident Wilson's nnlc are pun SUMgnnraay he was sivorn in as a mcmDer ot (ho Canada Received Answers to New Year's Messages Ollnwa, Jan. New Vea i- messages cm (-anadi'. Imve receive.! Ills ImL-rlal or oi Ja'.an lo the To'-lo Jan 3. Majesty, ill nii'ieror has received nllll (a Ion your ivks.am of sea rrnluj.1 on c[ lho i it of Canada, und (ymmiuuls me I 'u wir Cnico his sincere by Cana.llail "foiile ol the null o f Ja- as a fnilhful ally of tnc 1 ill 1.1 Is verv wc-lcoini: "'K''l> Kmperor is i 'a llie nttorla In ivliicli Canada is imrtU-ii-allns l mancnl liEiiffll world -iSlKicil) Mf'tolio. From llH' Viceroy of India ;'VIJ-c- Ca'in.. Tori, .Ian. .i-Oil ol.ln-Jla, I Iliauli you for good iviih" "nd for tho. gracious niWEane of all- nrccl'illon v.hicli you convey ?o can cmiic l Eiglily Sell Hack lo Citllle Trucks Tell Their Story TUBERCULOSIS Ten Civilians in Camp at Koldau Refuse lo Work Starved before 5 ,n c'l Prom the 5 'IMS 'no'rEene'rally knoJn in .Cal- rv that Baron SlinuglineEsy member of the Brilisn 1 _______I -ii-illl 11 IR city, lie tolll me Ibal be. had always liad .1 1K- IliE'for Caleary. :md a narlicular Ilk- for ilie' name itself andJliaX when Ihc time cume for him 10 make a dc- eis'ion he Ilionglil over', the subject for Bcvcrnl'daya before in .ihCj end dmd- Teuloiis Capture jhe. Jlatthin Uridgehcad Making Possjble Advance on Braila 'f y CHAIN STOUHS REMOVED The.Hague, via London, Jan. 4. -The'nrBl report received direct- from Belgians deported to per. many, who have been Invalided 'iron, the eamp al Solt.u, Pruwl.. hr.s bten given to lhe Press. These prisoners were re- from Germany because they were almost in a dylnj con- dition. A number of them, who were interviewed while MparJleo from each other, a3reed In the r stories of conditions prevailing Soltau camp. Sevenly of the Belgians were sent 'home In a crowded -catMe trucK attached to a.freight train U took three days and three nigh for lhe journey, which usually 1 made by express trains m si hours. -rnfy -rrived, some In an emac al-d condition, coujhing. th greater number of them bearln evidence of having contracUd lu bcrculosis. irrordliiK to lhe statements made. bv lliesc lIclgianB, while In IllO civil M RolUu they received at six n'r-lock in Ibe'moinlnB a bowl of sonic ilecoclion .made from acorns At midday Ihcy received half a lit. of ..soup cpnlainlns niuch aw servedTithoiil bread or.pbUloes Al 3 o'clock in the afternoon there given lo thorn 250 grams (Blight- _ _r tilnr-k VON BOPP CASE GOES TO JURY SATURDAY San Francisco, l-'al, Jan. i. trial of (Jcririan consul-scnen.l l.ere. and oilier defendants on charges o: corujjlrucy lo vie- lalfi, American neutrality, was v n-arme Its close loday In Ihc United Slates District Court. Facli side believed thai nre.il- v menu wouU besin Fnilay morning and lint the jury would lake llio case not later v tban Saturday noon. The Irlal v began five weeks ap.0. This Is Uie, Tamoui FrlECO homb outrage trial In which v j. II. Von KoolhcrEen was im- pllcaled. Pepolc Want lo SuitTClty Mine Was Good For 3d Years LAND' leave a margin for The amount aimed a committee has ilmwn-un a scnlc for Ihc various busin, apd ronccrns in Ihc Cll> Ibal they-will set hcWnil U: anil uroviile the board vfitli tlie very important work U -tor llic-clly Mill dlslrlcl. The" carnimlEil -v-ns slarleil by Ihc .no., Xa not inisnndcrElooil. Irunt it will he crcillly used so thai llic contmst between our union. ami the ends of our. encmiss slands onl sharp and clear in American eyes as lhe contr'aVt between tlic cause ot 'freeilom anil 'the of bondage ixindon: Jan. ciptnro Matchln U regarded l.ere as cm line defeuce ol Dolirudja- of c m-.iline nC the followlnB to al ours l.i.u'oln mvokc.l m-.iline nC the followlnB tll" to a ,.ls abolulot, edict considered who iboulil be- insmbcrs ol Ihc Hoard jmismcni of mankind." of Tiudc Tim committee reported on ils the Hoanl of Trade conn- (11 Iimc'licou today. Kollowins is the Idler: briJeelieail in order lo prolec from lho rear. nnu- remains lo inc.n ci Winnipeg Presbytery UrgeslCoalition Govt. ElVvll lu i lit i" lv more than hall a pound) .of black read. Had and oflen ..j." be evening they rcceivm half a litre f soup, sonietimes conlai.nlus bran Ihc'slroiiBer nieti went under and (he weak soon ell 111 o that, the Belgians say deaths oc- msmcn Tllc Post anlmadveriB on calls .Wilson s ansic.lT [or peace on I lenns. Dear Slr.-Durlne the pas; few daysj ror wllicli llie war is von have bed, .he. past lho .Posl Vear's Inisincss and your plans fnr to him. He akes the impartial view that both sides claim of have lo l.e'lo uc riBht and both to bo cirdcd out bv voiirown iniiiallve and for ihe narae The backed "up bv H.e help of your vniidiis- of Ihcsc tlahM ami bniallof ,1C ,ioes not Ironble lo con; Prcshylury of Winniiicg al a ol llic win1 siliiiilion" lo lie Canndii ii coaliliun l thai Ihis i.ic'r it yui ee ,Hy you in all that will make for SUCCC-M le com-! Teply the raj-s: -The o Spa n m.i) There are some lliiu.W raj-s: e Eo uc supposed to understand letter imporlnnt lo your, telness ra lllc sUualion since raniiol lie secured hy Ind.vidua ef- the lul tilelily impolinnt In n[ siluauon rannol bo secured by Individual el- nmalc rroin the stiUEeii. fort You by-vourfclf I'J'i to notilnR f by principles wlil.-li are! nffeclivc in wi.lching the ucncral in- nearer lo realily. lercsts coinmnntlv. One inn.i xvaablnelon advices tlinl tercsts CHIilB Us t or one firm can dn but lUUn in scciir- is n feeling in the United Slate ?uB postal t.acili- t WiUon Ihc irorn li.'lor water sup .hat Mils senlimenl. l.r- lor which no bye elccllons and se any more scale. WEATHER. LocalTaboi- Men Take No Concerted Action rry boat 37 ..snowfall! Johnson, who onliMcd with the I.cthbridKo Hiphlanleis and who at lho front. V Servii'c Cards May or Jlay Nol-He Cards Pouring In ItlSHOl' McNAl.LV'S APPEA1- Tonislit cmls lhe first collccliou of ..ic national service cards In he cil) lm-ne.1. flllert in. yesterday and dnr- inc: llie (lay. lhc iirjslmen on their linal cf- jtni--( -ii in. ere Ihey will be with all other cards fiom Mllllari Islricl No. 13. l.ahor men in llie nl a lo-3 lo cmirf.e lo follow In till ing in Ihc cards. At Ihe regular of the Trades and Labor Council In Ihc I-alor Temple lasl liBht Ihe mailer was EOIUC liagtl. but no dcflntc action lake" nr-5lilenl llODCr of llic Cat- Council was present, and the situation confronting S'man nHHialtd How the. dictales o.f. his ience in the mailer. His LordsliiV p0t lhc Roman Calhollc illocesc oi v. v, has forwnrded a letter lo eie in Ms ictler lhe llishop saysi That He ruling, of the ;