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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OR STCVEH SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1018 Russia Sees the Necessity Now of Continuing Fight Toronto, Jan. 5.-Arno Dosch Flcur-ot, in a I'clrograd Hpecial cnblo in the Mail and Empire says: "Russia has tinned again to war. UeiiUzittg now that iiermnny wUl glvo Itimsia a democratic poace only if Germany HiicceedB in gaining a gdneral notice, Russia seew anew ttio necoasity of continuing the fight. This orientation or the Russian situation demands that thn allies aasuma a new attitude toward iUiRRia. I havo asked delegates to thp Soviets leaders of many types what part America could play in the now situation. The Inevitable answer has been; " 'ir yon want to fight for us for the freedom of the world state your peace termR and show you are with U3.' "Russia has been swept by the demand for poace which was partly idealistic, partly inspired by war fatigue. My feeling-and this is said in light of the army's condition-that this enthusiasm is preparing a tremendous surprise Cor Germany. Fourteen of the fifteen armies at the front were ropre-Kft/iied at. the meeting. Of these thirteen reported that the soldiers are ready to return to the fight. "The troops not. at the fronts now offer a possibility which has not existed slno*s lbs revolution because they havi) boon taking on a new spirit since they elected the officers who now command thmi. ' GIRLS! M IT! , G STOPS FALLING OUT AND THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL , Tour hair becomes light, wavy, Fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's aftf>r a "Dunderlne hair cleanse." Just try this-moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small Btrund at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have (doubled the beauty oi your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Panderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itch-W,*nd lulling hair,. Hut what will please you most, will be after a few weeks' use when yov. will actually see *>ew hair--fi�e ;.nd downy at first-yes-but r?ally new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for'pretty, soft hair and lots of it, surely got a small bottle ci Knowlton's Dawlcrtno from any druggist or toilet counter for a few cents, r-Advertisement. No Change in Attitude of Allies London, Jan. 5.-In reference to the report that the allies are shortly to recognize the Bolshevik! government and that Great Britain will accept the appointment by the Bolshevik! of Maxim Utvlnoff as Russian ambassador in London, the Times says it has reason to believe no change has occurred in the attitude of the British government. Moreover, the government has received no intimation of M. Litvinoffr. appointment, A Surprising Appointment Stockholm, Jan. 5.TA belated Petro-grad despatch received here today announced that Nikolai Lenine, the Bolshevik! premier, had appointed M. lie-zobrazofl as director of the imperial bank. Ilia appointment caused surprise here because he waa one of the ifofiuer Russian emperor's favorites and regarded as ono of a group that was said to have intrigued to bring about the Russo-Japanese war to protect its financial Interests in Manchuria and Korea. M. Bcsobrazoff was at that time president of the Yula Timber company, and during an outbreak of public disapprobation of his alleged intrigues lie was obliged to ask for the protection of the military, not only to guard his residence but to save his life. Attitude of Ukranians London, Jan. 5.-Regarding the attitude of the Ukraine towards the Germans, the Daily News says that the Rada is willing to strike a bargain with the Germans. The- Petrograd correspondent of the Times, who is now in London, writes that the Ukrainians are determined to send a mission to Hrest-Litovsk, not to negotiate ;t separate peace, hut to ascertain Germany's Intentions toward Little Russia. The Germans are'willing, he says, to recognize the Rada on the basis that the Ukraine supply Germany with foodstuffs and recognize German economic interests in the Ukraine. Neither of these points, the correspondent adds, are to Little Russian taste, hut u toward this end. The history of in-. Heland is one of Canada's mosi trade war stories. With his bride he wa* touring France and Belgium at the time of the sudden outbreak of the great war. Unlike his compatriot. Henri Bourassa, who was also in France at the time, Henri Meland did not scurry for homo under the protection of tho British navv. The dav after the announcement of Hrituin's entry into the struggle he volunteered for service as a .surgeon with the Belgian army in the field, and-"first saw active service at Liege. When thn British marines landed at Antwerp he transferred his services to tho corps who fought under his own flag, and was wounded and taken prisoner while ministering (o the British tars on the fail of that city. Madame Ueland, with like heroism, entered the allied service as a nureo, and placed her picturesque Belgian villa at the disposal of tho military authorities as a hospital. Her experience when, some months after the capture of her husband, she, too, was injured by shell explosion and taken prisoner belongs to the tragic annals which have earned for Teuton barbarism the fitting name of Hun. Death released her. On the Uth of last October Dr. Belaud colebrated his forty-eighth birthday in a German military prison. He has now passed the stipulated age for "exchanging." As a surgeon in the fiald forces hie services were ministra-tivo rather than combatant. At last reports his health was much broken, and the strain of his tragic experiences is said to have turned his dark hair white. Under all considerations urgent and earnest representations should be renewed by Canada, through British and allied diplomatic channels, for the freeing of this gallant and distinguished Canadian by process of exchange of prisoners. Canada honors the record of Henri Severin Beland. It needs the inspiration of his presence and his patriotism, particularly at this time. His call back to the counsels of his native land would give leadership and impetus to his compatriots, real representation to soldier sons, and pay a profoundly appreciative country's tri bute to worth and service. Mrs. Annie Sherwood Hawks, author of many famous gospel hymns, including "I Need Thee Every Hour," died at Bennington, Vt. *"jpH� *ood value of cocoa has 1 proven by centuries of use, and dietitians and phy- the world over are sicians enthusiastic* in their endorse- It,is said to con- ments of it. tain more nourishment than beef, in a more readily assimilated form. The choice, hows' ever, should be a high-grade cocoa, course. Baker's" of IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package r Made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. Established 1780 Prom the Scripture recording the dying request of Joshua to his people and whose worthy future he believed depended upon a free choice of, and a corresponding fidelity to one supreme and adequate authority, Rev. Horsman began his excellent and closely reasoned address last night in the Baptist church by saying that one of the first interests that stirs the mind in a study of the great Biblical characters is, the numerous variety of religious experiences these represent, and which indirectly condemn any attempt to lay down a fixed and final rule to which one must conform to he a true child of God. Any violation of personality and individuality is in turn a violation of the very essence and genius of Christianity. The rqad by which excellency of life and 'nobility of character was reached was not so importantoa* th& achieving of these excellencies, which was the duty and privilege of all men, the speaker declared. Th* way to God, as it is termed, must of necessity be conditioned upon and determined by one's outstanding need arising often out of situations purely local, as was evidenced by the adaptive methods and in the varying counsels of Jesus Christ. The foregoing was the illustration and general premise of the address and which afforded an outlet to more particular and convincing arguments that the position of ancient Joshua, was absolutely and scientifically correct, and worthy in the highest degree of the emulation of modern peoples. That there is no room in one Hie for two roasters was the keynote of the address and in this, aB In^nII others the emphasis was laid upon having determined a right plan of living and then by tlw power of God in Christ going through to the end. Subject tonight, "Excuse Me." it t * RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO ean eecy relieve and cure your ock> of llruAMilft, a dintiiiffuishod Belgian chrtnkt, and is BriUsh-ma<)e by tho Thermogene Co., limited, Harvard's Ilcuih, England. r Sole* Agents for Canada: Harold F. Ritchie & Go. Your Druggist's 10 McCAUL ST., TORONTO Look for th* nge-etor*4 boa 01 49 ;