Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page, ten THE LETHHWDGE DAILY IIKHALD SATl-KDAY, .JANUARY 5, 1915 Mmmrtem* rrtnci *c4 Italy. But if the aMOt rtNrt ( RutaU act ln4�pen Ur Wf lata aa to arraM tha a�Miragka. ftuftalfc caa oa)f ba �av *4 *y bar ava ftaala." . TWa aiaaa ra: �ta�4 by taa rtaota ��aiocta�r ta taa totfc," taa pramlar 4 taa rr*ach Italians for union wHh thoM of their own race and tongue. Fer Rumania "We aieo mean to press that juntict be done to the men of Rumanian blood and speech, in their legitimate aspira* 1 "If taase condttions were fMlUed,' Abatvla-Uanfary would become a pow er wbaea etraogth would conduce to; the aensaaaau peace and freedom of! Euraaa laetaad of being an Instrument ef the aaraiofoue Prussian military j autaoracr." i Tha premier said the first retulre-! menu always made by the British and their allies had bean complete restoration of the poiltfcaJ. territorial and eooaeeacal indaaandence of Belgium, d tuch reparation as could be made MAGIC BAKING MISERABLE LOT eaatlnaad, "la tha damma aaaJra iar a r*��tt*itoMtoti at tiw! _ ..... *r*tt wrwag of Jitl *a*n Ataaca-Lor far taa deTaatatlon of Us towtw and raiae waa tat* away frosa Uasa This pratlacea. This was no demand tor tail till inhumed !>� paain at BiiM* Indemnity, hut insistence of the tar hilt 4 aaamaTV mbJ m�tt2 :t la cared fact that before there could be any haatthl taaatltaaa aaaunt ba raa*orad ' , hoya aX table peace this great breach lof public law in Europe PfWm Uafd Oaaega aaid that aa aU lapataatr Mmh elasnaata who desired he aartlaiaate waa aa nrfeat ftaeat-ftp tor tha ataaSUty of waeaem Eur* fpaahtag w'.th regard to Ue diaaaaV aHm of the Oarmaa colon lee tha pramlar aaid: "Thar awa held at tha dlapoaal of a canferenc� whose dadetan mast bare arlmary raaard ta tha wishes aad la-taraats ta thatr mtltt inhaaHaate," "Noaudy who kaawa Prussia aad her deatgna towarda Raasla caa doabt her aUlmata Intention." Mr. Llojd Oeorge aald. *rWhataTar phraaee ah� usee to del tide Roes la aha doae not maaa.te nrrendar any of tha Russta.n proTin-caa and cRiae now eccnpted. Under ana nana or another they wIH hanoe-forth ba part of tha Prussian dominions rwtad by tha PVueelen award aad tha raat of tha Roawiens will ba eatie-ad or halttad into cotapleta aoonoanle aad nlttaaaea aelltteat enslaTemaat" "Reparatlao maaas rarognitlaa," tha yrasnlar said, "nnlaaa lataraaUonal right ta racogaiaad hp Jnaietaaaa or paymaat tor Injviy doae, ta daflauce of ita oaaaas, it aaa aaref ha a real* ity, Naxt eoaaea tha raetoratiaa of Serbia, Ifaataaeewi> and tha occaated aarts ot TTanca, Italy and Rumaaia. The cosaylata withdrawal ot aliea arms and raaaratlon for Injustice done la tha fandamaatal condlUoa of a par* manaat -Wa regard aa vital,- aaid tha preo|faT, rtha (agtttuate claim* of tha uet be re- paaiated aad, aa far aa possible, re- heired Tha aremiar told hia hearara much had beaa sa d abaat the arrangements Great Britaia had made with lta allies on tali aad ether subjects. He could say ealr Chat, aa new circumstances like the Russian collapse and the wop-arete Russian negotiations had changed the conditions In which .the arrangements were made, the government was always ready to discuss them with the allied nattona. "One regret table omission, we notice la the proposal of the central powers, ha said, Mwe bo Here a great attempt maet be made to establish a great international organisation as a means of settling international deputes. War la a relic of barbarism, and as law has succeeded violence Is the settlement ot Individuals' disputes so it Is destined to settle national controversies." "We are fighting tor a just and last-sag aaaoa," tha premier declared. '"Three coadittons mast ba fulfilled: Firstly, tha tanctity of treaties re-eetablmhad; secondly, territorial set* tlemeat baaed on the right of self-de-terminsUaa or tha consent of the governed; lastly, creation of an internet-loaal erganlaatioa to limit armaments and d"mmlah tha probability of war. Ta aaemra taeee conditions the British empire la prepared to make even greater sacrifices." Referrtag to tha pronouncement of Foreign at in later Caernin that it was not tha tatestion of tha central now-art to. approarlate forcibly any occupied territories or deprlre of its Independence any nation which had lost it during the war. Mr. Lloyd George Bald It was obvious that any schemr of conquest and annexations could be perpetrated within the literal interpretation of such a pledge. Washington, Jan. 5.-A Joint resolution declaring that this government Mrecognlies the right ot Ireland to political Independence and that we count Ireland among those countries for whose freedom and democracy we are fighting/* waa introduced yesterday by Representative Jeannette Hankin of Montana. w Mlsa Rankin also Introduced a resolution authorising the president to require all employers of labor during the war to pay women workers the same wages as are paid to men, and ottered a bill to equalize the wages of men and women government employees who perform similar labor. THE ORIGIN AND DANGER Have No Hope of Hun Victory -Padna Again Bombed By Aeros "a^sP)eWBP*vsiaB*miB|^aBaBB*tfBBat*mBm- Italian Army Headqunrtors in Northern Italy, Jan. B.-(tty the Associated Press).-Thoro were three successive air raids yesterday morning on Padua, lasting from 2 to 0 oVlock, ami a number of bombs fell in the centre of the city. A large nulaee on the main thoroughfare was demolished and there was lesser damage within an area of about two city squares. Six persons were wounded, including two women. Prisoners Are Miserable Lot Italian Army Headquarters in Northern Italy, Jan. 4.-(By the Associated Press).-The officer commanding the 1,400 Austrian prisoners captured in'the recent French success on Monte Tomba gave the correspondent an opportunity today of going among them and talking freely with officers and men on war conditions and what the enemy still could do in carrying on the struggle. A more mlaeraWe lot of human beings would be difficult :to imagine. The officers were In even worse condition than the ' men. Their clothing was ragged and the tinselled ornamentation on their uniformsi was gangrened with rust. The officers were unkempt and had not been shaved for over a week. Their red hands looked like pieces of raw beefsteak. None had overcoats as all were wearing light trench uniforms when the French swept around them. Yet, despite this misery, they put on a surprisingly bold front and anyone thinking they are crushed is closing his eyes to facts. The correspondent met the prisoners on a road leading to a town where they are being rounded up preparatory to being set to work or sent to a prison camp. Small detachments . were stretched along the road for some distance, each group being guarded by French soldiers. One detachment carried spades and picks instead of guns. All ageB are seen among the prisoners. There was a boy of eighteen and a man of fifty with a grey beard. A ' coating of trench mud made them look worse than they really were, for they had stout boots, leggings and i overcoats. Some had shawls and blankets, while their headgear consisted of battered helmets and caps with heavy hoods.. YOU ftUFFIR PROM- Caters, Catarrhal Dcafm, Hat* Hmm, Catarrh of tha Stomach (which is often mistaken for ImhffOftiofr), atarrk * the Bowels, A sthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Smell, Phlegm dropping in the hack part of the Throat, or if yon hart a Cough. YOU SHOULD NOT FAIL TO HSAO EVERY WORD OP THIS ARTICLE__- 1 ri HuD 4m Wmdtrful EagKdi Formula, fir Oftm, It Should Do For You. CATARRH, A COATHMMC INtlftlOUt 01 MAM CsUirh Is * fry cmubo* nni for ft r�ty common dt�e*M, to that �Mt PtofU do a* ttarfal, tongartou aad dtofattlat it H. A cm ta taa aaa4. ba�kla�, stf V til*, fcfewtaf af taa aaaa> phla** tnmfnt it tHa taraat, aa* traatfc. auNta* at aria*, bat hmmtmt lata li tha' way h a torts. Am wtfltf* a##f it eaaf ftaaaattir in Catarrh at tha fltomtc*/ Cartarrh at AND That aaaa) oatanfc ia a aaattatSns f dlaaaM aar oa� knows who na* had to ilt efeia ta, or talk fee* to face with a aarKa raahlat with pumltnt catarrh. JUra f, taa) rj4ar, which xoa eoald aot ftzpUla. aad did aot kaow what it wm? That ta aatarrh aad tfctr* �ra aaar peopla [ who haTa K amd don't know the ftawafc, Bivachitla, aad oftaa attfht or total d*afa�M rerciu. HOW CATAHUH 9TART0 Catarrh oaoatly aacia� wtfh a cold Sa tha haad. tha Gatanh aamt hrta^ad ta hroogh tha smooth or aaotrfla hara aattlai aaaa tha lnXtamad aad dattoata miicaao flMmhraaa that Iiaao tha aaoa aad throat/Thate ganat ara harataav to h-tikf Umqosi; whaa thaw lodga upon aa trritatad aarfaoa it. C ATA ft a H OP THE STOMACH (Ofton mtatakon for Oyfp$\m ar In- dlaottfan) Maaf oaaof at ladlgoatioD aad dro-aoaola ara olaiplr tha mult ot catarrh of tha throat and atomacn. At Ifht aa ym Ho aaloep, the mucua dropt dowa Iroaa the throat and head aad hi a wallowed lato the stomach. In the moraioa jron a�:-abe foellng heavy aad tired; there ia a bad taste ia your maath. you ara in a had humor; you It meaaa a | Mora aad more diseased eoadltfoa otj wonder what aila yon. Yon hare ca terra, catarrh of the stomach and your whole ayttem It poieoned and reeking with the disease. Tour stomach has eocoiao clotted and the delicate membrane U ooated with a vile sticky sobataace. The catarrh mucua refuses ta ho dtjeetod aad only passes oat ot tha atosaach arlth groat difficulty. Uttlo hy UtUa, the mucua with the eatarrh germs which It hae carried eefJtles parraa&eaUy on the mucous aaesBOraaoa which lines the stomach. Real dyanopola and Indigestion are caused hy lack ot digestive Juicea. But hero wo have a condition where tha aaworaaoo. They thus produce farther laaToaaaaatory IrrftaUoa and ta Uaio oeoa alooratloa Tha aaffarer from oalarrh oHea fla*is his eight aad hoartag faiahtg. Ho raffera from aa al-nooet iaMtA*t dail ache over tha eyes aad a^oaaa the forahead. The aund ho-ooaoa daft wton the BMahraajoa ot tha Baaai aarMoa are In a djacharglag coadMioa, It ia the aaa tu*d dooartaa taatter aesttaaY treat thaee ooroa thai causes tha Mfasjotra hreath oo coasmoa to Tic time of eatarrh. Too zeay aot notice it yoaraott Ton probably do aot. Bat________________________ your fria&do do, though they are too the membrane la able and ready to do oarorul of your feelings to toil yea oo. I ita work, but it Is prevented by foreign matter which haa dropped down from i NAtAL CATARRH fhia form of Catarrh is, to oay the laaat, sickening and dUgueUag, be-aides being aaoat common and highly 0>ngerou*. The chaagoo of weather render the doileaeo mucoai mem-t hranoa in tha aaacepUble to inrlamaoaUon, and thuo Ondourag* tha birth aad grawth ot tatarrhl: gonaa. The &ooo aad throat are what anight a^atM tha htehway of Uta. thb throat ttaeU le dtetdod laae two maia pasa#aa; one the Oaoophagua, Or c^iVf s-o'nT to t.a* atnm^^ �he ther tJbo reepiratory tract or Trachea, M*>M4 lu -Jse i*roach�is; buoes ,u..�4. Through tha loags tha blood passes with ovary heart boat aaid there coatee fn caataet with tha air. If the air �^a*a4 J� J� �*% aad H neae, ^roei aa4 httgo are awaad the dark blood ta at aaaa purified aad passes the haad and coated it. How then, can the tonal treatment for indigestion be of uta? fthtce catarrh la the cause ot the tremble, It ta the eat*"h that man be trotted. It you have catarrh ot the wa believe that if taken faith and throat very! l9T * raaaooable length ot time Parnatet will bring you an amount of relief that will fully compensate you tor tha coot oast time expended. CAUM OF DEAPNCOt quick to take advantage of the opportunity. They Invade the Eustachian Tubes. Their presence and irritation it causes produce more and more mucus. Gradually this fills up the ear tube ao that sounds can only pass through with difficulty. The patient finds hie hcuring slowly going. When the tubee are completely filled total deaf nee s may result la deafness from nasal catarrh, which at tec is the middle ear, it often happens that crackling Bounds are present which distress and i confuse the patient. These are due to] the fact that the mucus which fills the upper part and back of the throat is covering the opening of the Eustachian Tubes and the bursting of bubbles or the movement of mucua causes the .sounds, which come from the altered resonance ot the ear. After a crackling report the head may seem clearer and the hearing better for a time. Later on in the case there may be crackling sounds when swallowing, which come from the efforts of a stiffened muscle to open the tubes which yield with a jerk. The above explanation of a mosi common cause of deafness should make It clear how absurd and useless It is to attempt to overcome such deafness by ear drums or devices of a similar sort. bet it be underatood, however, that Parmlnt is not for ear troubles other than those caused by catarrh. If your trouble is caused by scarlet fever or any disease apart from catarrh, or if caused hy an injury, parmlnt 1b not for you, and you should consult your own family physician regarding your case. - DON'T NEGLECT A COUGH If you have a cold and it has left you with a cough, no matter how alight-you ought not to neglect it. A cough is generally an indication that there Is inflammation in a dangerous place, and proper treatment should be secured at once. Delaying treatment may mean that the cough may settle, develop and stay. Even the slightest cough indicates a danger and should receive prompt attention. Unless your cough has become ex Work Now Proceeding on On West Side of Harbor Plan Toronto, Jan. 5.-Work is now proceeding on the construction of a two million dollar shipbuilding 'plant here on the west side of the harbor. The plant Is being erected by the Toronto Harbor Commissioners for the Dominion Shipbuilding Company, Limited, which was recently granted a provincial charter. It is expected the entire plant will be finished by next summer when work will commence on construction of six steel freighters for salt water service. The personnel of the hoard of directors of the company has not yet been made public,- but It Is understood that American capital is backing it. The vice-president and general manager is L. Dahlgren of Toronto. The company has leased for a term of 21 years slightly over 15 acre3 of reclaimed land. They are erecting a modern shipbuilding plant, the largest being 800 feet hy 100 feet. Five shipbuilding berths capable of taking ships of canal size, that is, up to 201 feet in length by 43 feet beam are being erected. Two thousand men will be employed eventually. WERE DRIVEN OFF Toklo, Jan. 4.-Enemy submarines which attempted to attack British transports convoyed by Japanese warships in the Mediterranean on December 30, were repulsed says an announcement from the Japanese admiralty. The warships were not damaged. DRINK right red #ot ef she inn�e in a^trenah. QftrrrU* life amd etrength te! ft!! the) heAr. It however, the air �e*. t� sa hud, or if the aeee, t of imp ere dte+aaed in any fhon tfco Moo4, (Instead of being hy iU pnaMfft throne* the ) I* on the ooaoraur* *tlU further oeVt ffooe on tte war enrryinf ho oil porta of the sreteoa tremely deep aeated or has hung onto name which (a responsible for a! jcu tor a long time, we heHeve that treat annoy eases of deofneas ia ca-urrh. The whole trouble generally be-Clue In e ett&nte cold in the head. During euch n eoM almost erery person experiences that feeling of stuffiness which tens ot inflammation extending Mo the nosl-noaal space where the openings' of the Buatnchian Tubee are tocntod, and which fa accompanied by catarrh! secretions collected in the posVuooal space, whore It la difficult to blow It out of the noes or hawk it up. When such conditions have be-some chronic, as in coUrrh, the danger la grare. Tha mucua, carrying the germs, drops into the throat. The glue-Uk* sens anting mens sticks for a time to ______^ the sides ef the Oh root, The germs are kn ch;arch, Kurd ('ity, attended hy ;>oven or -felght hundred person^, resolutions were passeti and a slogan adopted of "no surrender," aa far as Bishop Fallon is coar'erncd. j The princ'pul resolution v/hieh will be so.nl to the pope, call3 attention to the riot at Kurd, to the demand, whioh has not been granted so far, that the attorney general investigate and also to the fact that civil and criminal proceedings will be taken agaluBt Bishop Fallon and others. The pope is also asked to note, although four months has elapsed since the demands were made, no fiction h:*s been forthcoming from Jjon. I. B. Lucas. A tlrrd resolution demands the resignation of County Crown Attorney J. H. UoJd. The resolutions are signed by SUnislos J'innis-io and Adolphe iieausoren, president and secretary of the Lady of the Lake parish. * * o V A Tlv.fttilo, pe".:(.'ns we: jurcd today whejj trolley car on (i:e ly>..' r>i' ye"(rs oil. of Bu:.' r. n:..n impj'-osi'i! to b. Bru:u,rl of l;;*pew. Of ii\o jurctl in Buffalo hospKabs, five are seriously hurt. The wreeV.ed car wan carry-about forty workmen. nf!k in New York city Ins risen '5!T I'm* cent, sttu'o June. 1314, and about per cent. less of the product is be: coniMinu-d. according io a report of vr's commU oe on milk, made rn-ht. I>r. Ch'm'les E. NortU tho committee. t/e m ivibVc C 1 i n of \ J. hi- ing V V V V V v V i> * � * *> 4 4 > % VICTORIA, BR IT- ISH COLUMBIA'S MAGNI ENT - .Nationalist iu its onin- llarry C Greend died at Bummer-side, in his !0lst year, fie was at one time sheriff of Prince county and postmaster of Suinmerside and wjs the oldest Free .Mason on tha island. Ho was the father of .Her- bert Greene, manager of tiie Bank of Nova Scotia at Dig by, and an should go agninst ......t........... uncle of A. B. Wurburtou, M.P., ot j ministry probably would ruai&a In the Charlottotovvn. Immediate future. . Melbourne, .fun. .1.--The parly having decided thai, ion it was to tin: b^st interests of (he commonwoa 1th am! the empire that Premier Hughes ho retained as leader of the partly, it is expected (lie premier will bo* commissioned to form a now ministry. There probably will be only a few changes. The decision off the parly was reached af ;i meeting today ;n which the premier intimated that, in fulfillment of its pledge to retire if the referendum conscription the I CAPITAL, GREEN ALL YEAR ROUND CALLS YOU TO GET AWAY FROM THE BITING COLD THIS WINTER. Least Rainfall of nil our Pacific Coast cities. Beau-tiful buildings; lovely homes; splendid scenery; excellent roads; flowers commonly in bloom in open air at Christmas: golf every month in the year; balmy, soft air; average mean temperature for January 3o degrees above zero.