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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SRV1W THR LETHBnmrfB DAtr.T FmnATr- SATtmOAY, JANUARY 5, 1918 Russia Sees, the Necessity Now of Continuing Fight Toronto, Jan, B.-Amo Dosch Flour-ct, In a Potrograd special cnnJe to tho Mali and Empire says:, "Hunaia has turned again to war. RoallJilnB now that.Qerraany will glvo IlHssla IV democratic peace only If Germany aucceedii In gaining a gi^noral poace, Ilusila sees anew the necessity of continuing the fight. This orientation of the Russian situation demands that tho allies assume a new attitude . toward Russia. I have asked delegates to th� Soviets leaders of many typos what part America could piny In the new situation. Tho inevitable answer has been; - " 'If you want to fight for us for the freedom of the world state your peace terms and show you are with us.' . "Russia has been swept by tho demand tor peace which was partly Idealistic, partly Inspired by war fatlguo. My feeling-and this Is said In light of the army's condition-that this enthusiasm Is preparing a tromendou's surprise for Oermony. Fourteen of tho fifteen armies at the front were ropro-Bonted at the meeting. 0� these thlr teen reported that the soldiers are ready to return to the fight. "The troops not at the fronts now otter a posaibtlity which has not existed since the revolution because they have boon taking on a now spirit since they elected tho officers who now command thom. '- No Change In Attitude of Allies London, Jan. B.-In reference to the report that tho allies are shortly to recognize the Bolshevlkr government and that Great Britain will accept the appointment by the Dolshovlkl of Maxim LItvlnoff ns ftuaslan ambassador in London, the Times says It has reason to believe no change has occurred In tho attitude of the British government. Morbover, tlje government has received no Intimation of M. Lltvlnoft's appointment. A Surprltino Appointment Stockholm, Jan, 5.-A belated Petro grad despatch received here toda]' an nounced that Nikolai I-�nlne, the Bol-sbovlkl premier, had appointed M. Jie-tobrazoff as, director of the Imperial Mnk. His appointment caused surprise hero because he was one of tho fofjiier Russian emperor's favorites and regarded as one of a group that was SPECIAL Opportiihity bf getting acquainted "wi^k SEAL BRAHD COFFEE is offered you in our booklet, "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly Made". Your request will bring it by iretum mail. 190 CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL of former Foreign Minister Terestohen-ko. Trotzky also was told that the other members of the embassy have no intention of leaving Petrograd at present. P. O, Lindley, councillor of the embassy, remains In charge of the embassy. ' Amidst tho whirl of events Involving GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT STOP DANDRUFF AND BEAUTIFHOUR HAIR ^AIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND , GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL I Tour hair becomes light, wavy, rliiffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful' as a young girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse." Just try this-moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small Btrand at a time. Tills will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and In just a few moments you hava (Aoublcd the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying' tho hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle ot jflandruff; cleanses, purifies and invig-crates tho scalp, forever atopvlag itch-tnf and faninejinjr... , But what will please you moat will be after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new hair-fine i.nd downy at first-yes-but really new hair growing all over the scnip. It you euro for'pretty, soft hair and lots of it, surely get a small bottle ci said to have Intrigued to bring about' the fate of the nation the Bolshev kl ?he Russo-Japanese war to protect it�ifrrS"'^f^ 'l^./Tn. nhnnMin inT financial Interests In Manchuria and , shall adopt ph^ Knraa M RMnhraioff was at that 'OK OR January 14. 1 hreo vowels and t^rprosmenfortbTvuia T?mber com-1 -"r-alnhrbo'l pany, and durluf^ an outbreak of public j ^^o Russian alphabet. disapprobation of His alleged Intrigues ho was obliged to alik for the protection of tho military, not only to guard hjs residence but to save his life. Attitude of Ukranlans L,ondon, Jan. 5.-Regarding the attitude of the Ukraine towards the Germans, the Dally News says that the Rada Is willing to sttike a bargain with the Germans. The Petrograd correspondent of the Times, who.js now in London, writes that the Ukrainians are determined to send n mission to Brest-Lltovsk, not to negotiate a separate peace, but to ascertain Germany's intentions toward Little Russia. Tho Germans ute willing, he says, to recognize the tlada on the basis that the Ukraine supply Germany with foodstuffs and recognize Gerjijan economic Interests in the Ukraine.' Neither of these points, the correspondent adds, are to Little Russian taste, but If the allies fall to help the Ukrainians or adopt a policy of compromise with the Bolshevlkl the Rada may have to yield and the Cossacks, too. Newspjipers in Petrograd continue to report fighting in the south where, according to the correspondent of the Times, civil war is waging fast and furious. In several places ther�r are reported to have been scenes ot fierce fighting. These Include pkaterlnoslav, whore It Is said fighting already has lasted five days. However, as communication sfluth and east from Petrograd is precarious at the best, the reports convey little Information. The Auatro-Gorman delegations in Petrograd profess to have Information that the allies have decided tb break relations with Russia. Perhaps this la the reason why the officials ot the British embassy'have taken pains to as: REST REMAIN OPEN Beland, the Patriot TO MACLEOD COT OFF Evidence that passenger services on Canadian rallwnyn are to be decreased are seen in the winter time table changes affecting this division of the CP. R. While there ore no changes directly affecting Lethbrldge the company has decided to take off the Sunday train between Maclood and Calgary and return. It had been expected that ', the night trains between Calgary and Lethbrldge might be taken off but owing to thejieavy traffic atall times on this line the trains are continued. Sunday passengers from Macleod to .Calgary will therefore travel via Ueth-brldge. u Vancouver, Jan. 5.-With the pbJeCt In view of promoting greater impetus in the production of .airplane spruce within the confines of-British Columbia and seeking a closer cooperation with Major Taylor, Imperial ivlunit-Ions Board, representative here, more than one hundred business men met nt the board of trade rooms last night Rather Chaotic Conditions Exist -Premier Stewart Replies to Mr. Marnoch tt ^ � - Somewhat chaotic conditions prevail in the city today as a result ot the factory act In its ettect on the merchants. The leading groceries and butcher shops are closing up tight this evening. Practically every dry goods and gents furnishing store will remain open, rearrangements of the staff having been made to meet the requirements of the factory act. The Hudson's Bay Co. and some of the other stores will remain op�n till 10 o'clock. Some of tho dry goods stores are advertisins to close at nine o'clock. And the groceries and meat ijnarkets close at slx.,, � .__ Think of t&� convenience of Tbler-mogene compared with the old-fashioned poultice or plaster. -No mess, no bother,'lid uncontrolled blister-raising; heat. A piece'can;be taK^n straight fropi the box and applied at Q^ce; its action can be. regulated as de-sired, and it'ckp be worn without the least inconvenience night ah4 day. vTherniogene is.sultabk for everyone, young jb i.its use by the British Red Cross Society, the Royal Navy, JItilitary Authorities, doctors and hospitals everywhere, to-day?' Why not let Thermogene help ^ou o At ^ Your Druggist's Thermofcne w�M Invented ,br,/ciM'rtp.i Vandcnbrocck, of nriiM^h, K dlsUnsulslinl I)�)|(i#^(A|i^^ muI Is DrIUah-�uid� bjr tlie Tbeniu>gen� Oo., liiinlftca, Hmrvuri'u StvuiU, ' (Wm Acinta tor C*n'id�r \' ' |liirolilF.RItcliieiI[Co,di^itiH^  Id MoOAML isTs. TORONTO MA ] St.' . it 1 3 11 ;