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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1018 THK LRTHRMTDOF. HA^' Vrr^W AT,n PAGE NIN CiMjRANb i^TheJioitddic^ of Table Syrups. On bread, griddle cakes and biscuits. Fine for Gandy-mflluqg � In 2, 5,10,and 20 poun^'titi8-4v' and "Perfect Seal" Qimrt Jarsi Write for free Cook Book. ITHC CANADA STANCH CO. LIMITCD, MONTRCAL. DOMraNGATTIIUDE ' Patrogrnd, Jan. i.-Dlsclosuro of do-tailH ot the Drest-Lltovsk peace nogo-tlattons made It-dear that Qermany will assumo a domlneerlnB otlltudo, wlillo Austria, Bulgaria and Turkey were very conciliatory and dlsagriitine,business was disposed of. The wool committee reported,' splendid work done by the schools in knitting socks. Mrs. Pennefather anil Mrs.,BRll will hav� charge ot tho tea room In the Veterans' club rooms Saturday afternoons for the month ot January. It was decided to give the proceeds from tho concert given next Friday., and Saturday for this chapter by Miss Attree to the Halifax relief work. The Herald very generously sent a receipted bill for |16 for the printing done tor the chapter in December.    At the regular meeting of the L.O.B. A. held in the Moose Hall, Thursday night, Jan. 3rd, the officers were installed by Mrs. Neve, P.W.M., and conducted by Mr. Martin, P.W.M.: Wor-thy Mistress, Mrs. Berkley; Deputy Mistress, Mrs. Campbell; Recording Secretary, Ml^s Cleaver; Pinaincial Secretary, Mrs. Taylor; Treasurer, Mrs. Blunt; Chaplain, Mrs. Craig; Director of Ceremoities, Mrs. Skilton; Inner Guard, Mrs, Cameron;, Outer Guard, Mrs. Hawkins. At the conclusion ot the installation the ladies Indulged in a doIlciouB supper, which was enjoyed by all.    ! WAR MENU FOR SATURDAY � Breafast: Fried Potatoes, Brown Bread, Pear Jam, Tea or Coffee. Dinner: Mutton Stew, ParBnipg, Potatoes, Apricots, Oatmeal ;Cakes. Supper; Cheese Loaf, Cornmeal Gems, Syrup, Tea.  The recipe lor Cheese Loaf, mentioned above, la as follows: 2 cups bread crumbs, 1 cup grated cheese, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 cup cold milk, 2 eggs, 1-8 teaspoou.pep per, 1 tablespoon chopped pimento^ Soak the bread crumbs in milk twenty minutes. Add the cheese, seasoning and flavoring, and the yolks ot th^ eggs well beaten. Beat the white* of the eggs until dry and fold Intp the mixture, Butter a baker, put tjte mixture into it and cook from thirty to forty minutes in a moderate oven; Serve in the baker, , v * > �> ^,�  . .V,�; � Our soldiers in the camps and at tho front, witli stout hearts and sofeiie faith go forth to meet the enemy. They anxiously ask, "How about our people at home? Do they realize the magnitude ot our task? Do wo have their sympaithy, thoir support; and their prayers? It so, wo shall surely win," Lot us make' answor by rMy-ing all o\ir patriotlo men and women^ boys and girls under tho banner pf tho Red Cross, Service to the boys "ovor there" is tbe spirit of the hour^ the helping hand wtwdod unsoltlihljl;. How can this now bp bettor done thaq by a mighty enlistment in the army of the Rod Cross? :i � i Mrs. Says: FOR THESE SPECIALS-NO PHONE ORDERS. NO APPROVAL. NO EXCHANGE. t pVERYDAY/in this space, I will offer from each Department in rotation some very special reductions-reductions in many cases below the actual cost to us. For Saturday our GROCERY DEPT. is to the front-not with old goods in need of clearing, but with staples such as you need every day. The only reason for these specials is to stimulate buying in this department as well as in others. As soon as lots are exhausted prices automatically rise. An opportunity such as this to solve the ''high cost of living'' problem will be taken full advantage of. 100 Vh.^SpecialHudsonaTea, per lb. 3 lb. Limit to Each Customer. Sunlight Soap, 4 for Gold Soap, 4 for . . . 20 lbs. Sugar ..... 5 lb s. R. C. Onions . 35c 25c .. 25c $2.25 . 25c Large Oranges, dozen...................35c Large Tin Carnation Milk, 2 for ............ 35c Soda Biscuits, per packet................30c Apples, per case..............$1.99 98 tb. Seal of Quality..................$5.75 214 fts.BallingPoWder^ . v.......50c Berlin, Jan. the 4.-Addressing ffllchstae main committee, yesterday, Chancellor Von Hertling said iii regard to, the Russian rejection ot the peace proposals dealing-wlth the disposition ot the occupied Russian territory: "We can cheerfully await the fur-ther( course of this incident. We rely upoii'our strong position, our loyal intentions and our just rights." The chancellor announced that Dr. Von. KueUlmann has been instructed to reject the Russian : proposal to transter the .peace negotiations to Stockholm. ^ During the debate a member of the oentriat party expressed, avprpval ot tho whole attitude of the Qorman representatives at Brest-Litovsk and said; "Our aim must not ibe-only to arrive at an understanding with the Bolshev-tki government, but to reach a-laeting peace with the Russian people and prevent war in future.'; The Kaiser's Aim Toronto, Jan. 4.--A special cable to thq Mail and Empire from London 1 says:. �� -,, ' MGerinany'a manoouvrea at tho peace negotiations with Russia are interpreted by tho London Times as indicating the Kaiser's aim not only ,lo accomplish the political conquest ot western Russia, but to aid the pan-Turanian movement which has,for its object the linking up of the 10,000,000 Turkislj speak ng people in Russia in a line of Mohemraedan states stretch-ipe .from Kuzaii through Bokhara to Chinese' Turk6stan and .from Oxus riyor. to Siberia. . ..."The .Germans hope Turkey v/iU dominate all theao states, says the >vrlter, and Turkish domination will moan Gernjan domination, Tims by control Oi^ western RUs^i^ and middle Apia; Germany will ]\&\,^,', attained a PMitionincomparabh'mor'^ command-fBB tha^ any other power in the old worlA" .' �. .To Recegnlie. Ltnlne � ,.r^^i:-'^ > I^ondoui Jan, 4.-Rocogoitlo^ o{ the Lenine' governmint in Russia by tho entente allies Is'probable owing to tho developments in the Russo-Gorman negotiations, according to the Daily Chronicle, v/hlch prints tho statement in heavy type. Tho statement apparently is based on a contribution "by a diplomatic correspondent" which is printed beneath it. The writer says that owing to the Bolsheviki discovery of German duplicity anything may happen.' "There are," he says, "three alternatives. Tho Bolsheviki may give way, the Gertnans may give Way or there will bo a'rupture ot relations. The first-is:hardly-likely iu-vipw ot Foreign..Mliiiptec Trotzky's doolara-ttbn. ' The second' is possible, tor the Germans are past-masters in, the art ot specious Compromise. But the third Is most probable isince the -'Bolsheviki [Jiave exhibited ft. perspicacity . which was hardly expected in this country. "Russia, .the land ot boundless surprises, may quite possibly witness a revival of war, if not in the moat active form, it might at loast be a sullenly defehsive, war necossitatiuB the keepipg on the frontier ot a considerable Gorman force. It would at loast prevent those pleasant and profitable commerotaH exchangos which Germany hopes for. � "Assuming such a situation and the consoiidauou of Bolshovlkl power, provided failure to extract a peace does not- wreck the Lenine regime, then recogj^ition of that power^s a detacto government follows. Since that'is so a Socialist would be the logical representative of that governmefit and Maxim,Jjitvlnott,-who has been appointed, is a'likely enpugh occupant of tho embassy." * lleterring to the. retirement of Sir George W. Buchanan, the British ambassador: to Russia, J whose services are highly praised, the writer,says: "Inch's place probably would be sent a diplomat in markjod sympathy with tho.idoaa of revolutionary Russia. . �. �  "Bo that.as it may, wo mny expect shortly some new statement of policy with regard to Russia which, should it loan toward the latest developments and democracy, would undoubedly strongthon the allied cause in Russia." ? > > A' TAX BUSINESS ? j IN MANITOBA business in Manitoba. It is . said tliat while tho tax will enterprises under certain ^ew "fr regulations to be fixed by the  government. * JAPS TO DEAL WITH RUSSIA /\ Coponhagon, Jan.; 4.-TUo Lokal An-aeigor of'Berlin says it learns from Tokto that the Japonose government ^aa decided ';to enter into dipiomati'^,., 00663041 199537 415655 218480 5650 ;