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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S/VTURDiVY; JANUAHY 0, im THE LET )GE DAILY ITERALD PAGE NT>rri RUBOLF VON VALENTIN! THE KAISER^S CONFIDENTIAL MAN ICerman Public Knows Very Little of Him, and oil This Side of the Atlantic Hji Name Was Only Recently Heard. WHO IH von VRlontlnl? . Vhati tho first lumorB ot ! , the resignation of Chanoel-lor MIchnolIrt wero published a short jllmo ago a name hew to Iho Cnn-Irullnii public wijb mentioned In con-(Ir.octlon wllh Gnrman high pollllca. In this country poopls read the de- ttohes and quotation* from Odi;^ n nowspnpors ajid -wondered what new sUr Jn the- poIltJeal firmament this mig-nt bo. Of von Valentin!. It la jSal'o to assume, the vast muss of the Canadian piibll'o had never heird. Ah in matter oC fact, It i� altoifether proh-nhlo'thnt a iarge poroontftgo of the iQorman publlo baa nsver heard ot him elt.h�r. Yet It fs In line with the tradTtlon of* 'ih* peduUar otClca he holdii that hit name should be proml-inently mentioned In connection with the,fall of a Chancellor. For when von. yalentlnl, like his Immedl-j j'nto predecessor, liolds cfonferencea ! |\vih members ot tho nolchstag', ex-J presses, this oplnlons.of Hlo JCmperor, } |�nd beoo�i�b']irora!nontln-lho public -] press. It Is practicnUy a sure guosa I thai some one's poljllcal head la go-' -IriK to fall.  � ', Iludolt von Volenllnl is ohi�f i>f the � i'rivy, Cftblnet ottlie peonah Kratiei' or. Ho Is not a port ufthe Qovero-mont. Ho Is attached poraonally, ari tho other mernbctB Of tho I'rlvy Cabinet, to tho Krnperor. He seldom makes any official public appearance, Uls name la rarely mentioned-In connection w^th Govoromerital nffnirs. No one,Unowj).exactly what, lie docs or how he ildes It. > When the Kalsor has made a fiei-Honal decision of'moment one of the mombers 6t the ^'rlvy cdimeil to^o the people wlio onBpt to Unow v.lint it is that hla Ma,1osty has deoMed. 7t i� usually the, chief -ivho docs tlii.'i, and who .becomes (hereby the K((,lKer'.s personal roprcsentiitlve to carry his word to his Oovornme^t. That In why von Valentin! .was In conforcnci! with loadora of the ncidhataff about likely Buccosiiors to Mlchaells. , �_ Hcrr von Valentlnl 'is. finite a humlilo liKJlvidiial in the acinum political world. Born October II, IHU:,, Bt^CrnsBow, ho lieldial the timk : ? ? � � ? COMMISSION ON men's Compeusation Act. was ^ appointed Ijy tlie gowrnincnt today, as follows; William S. KalllB. chairman, A. R. D.'Pat- ? erspu, Alderman A. W. Puttee. * ? �: : > > ? :� * 'ti^ do riot have to work more thai) eight hours during the day. By \ thus,.readjusting the Saturday hours of'Jheir staffs, the merchants of Cnlgar'^",|Svi!l keep at least 90 per �ent. of the:'siores open this evening,' There' '*lll,""Be about 50 , delegates I irom out^ildp. points to^ the convention, whO(..with ten from Lethbridge, T/111 make ^^xXy in all, Maytir Hardie -will deliver-an address of welcome at the openlpgvBpBBiCn. FARIR SEEDING FOREXPERIIN ,ifine. Warm AVeathe^Leads Fa ' mers to Resume ,^pera-' .� "tlons on Land' -MonUcaf. Jan. a.-Lc Canada aW.n wants no representation in tho union cabinet tor the Kronch Cnnadtans. 'fhe ieadftta of oiir.provlnco- decided 0 enter the confcdoraUon pact us as-eoclotOH, -ind not as vnlela, and thoy intond to remain in this position. They will never. In fact, accept tlio role of valets,'' It nays. ' We will (iolcct onr allies at tho proper time and at our own convenjonco. ^�co in our movements, v-o will novnr rccoKUizo any other Interests than tlioao ot Canada. All the canxpnign of tile iiorden cabinet was directed against tlio province ot Quohec, ^vith the object of winning the olnctlon by means ot tho Anglo-Saxon bloc. It is Just, tliqn.and ipJ-rnJUthat tho. caliihot shoulij rtffiecl, tjio inniKc of thb majority Ihm consntlitnd; nohseqitoiidy, WlittK Ilgnro wonld a Kronch Cpnudian oit/n this conwjnatlon." � Pim LEAVES Dawson, Y.T., Jan. .�..--Tiio Royal Nortliwont Mounted I'dUco oxpodltlon for Fort McPhor.fOM left Thursday nioi-iiing. It compriaod tour pollca-mon ami an Indi.ui Knide. Sergeant DHinpnter, the famous Arctic mushcr, is in cliargb.' Tho pni'ty has advices for Stetannson, who is understood to have arrived at Herachel Island. A police patrol from ?Icrachel will moat tho Dawson patrol at .Mcl'herson and the l^awson .patrol will got back hero around the first ot March. - KILUED BY TREE Prince Albert, Sask,, Jan, .'>.-Olat A. W'ksti'oni'Vaa killed by a falling trcrt in McArthur'fl tic camp seventy miles tioiUhbast of Tiadale. The body has been lirought to tho latter place ':MAKE LEMON ' tOTIpN TO WHITEN vl^ijD BEAUTIFY SKIN � In all; ^epitherts tUo skin and com. plcxlon 9(jp.l,�4 Itopt wondortully clear, sioft and�whUo'hy the use of this ^nox Iionslve -lepipn'-lotlon whit^H any B'l'l or Woman can easily prepare.  The 'jint!qjnr ,.6t the oi'^naiy iCold creams. Gai'o ' should, lftj|#keii to strain the.lemon Juico thrai^^;4 tlno cloth uo no lenioii pulp geti||n;>�lon this lotion will keep ^resh lorijn'ijnihs.' Every woman knows , that Icin'ftJiJpicfl Is'used to "Uloaclij [: and. reniWif,e?such'bleiijlBhos as-fredlc-' ICB, soUdiytoeBp and tan, and 1b the' idoul Bklu'''�(duenor, HmoothOnor undi beauUflou:'-!.. , ^ Just .try^liJ-Qet^ thi'oo ounces\;ot oi'chunl wliHe iit' miy iiharmiicy "and two loniuivi truni (he gruuur and iiiiiko up It (|UuH,(3r P m o' UilH Hwootly Inig-i-aiil loMioii Jul Oh.-' I naturally Bhnulcl ll }),ol|j to Biol^qn, 'fi'oslien' hloach and })rinK oiii^'tlie I'otioB and hidden hoau|,y I-or^ijiny. Hktn.';^l'h))Bo,',\vho will inuko It � iV* habit toVge^tly innBsaBo this lotion St. -Johus, ?*ew,fo�ridlahd.-( 4.~ By a'rcorgauizatlon oi: the cabinet effected today, Premler-lSI^ct.'William. Lloyd, leader of the Plsherm'an's union party, ih .enabled to retain power and will probahly be able to conduct the government of the colony until the general election. � , Mr. Lloyd, the:;BucceBB0i; ot Sir Edward Morris, -who hM reslKnedrtb-take up Iris home ip Kogland, aoVved-the complications ar'l8iiig:f'rciii,.tlie'resignation, of three ministers yti^teyday. by reducing the cnWntitto nine ii'ieinboi's instead Qf retalnlqg .the eulai^ged ministry of 12 created last July. � The former members ot the cabinet who -dfd -not resign are retained. Tho seat ot Sir Edward Morris is tilled by_j tho appointment of William Woodford as minlBtorot'^ublic,works. The pre-mler-olect assiftnos the seat ot minister ot Justice, � . Undar tho renrraiiBoraBut the ra-maludor.of tlie cabinet Is as follows: Michael CaBhl,n, minister- ot.tlnance and;customs. , .. , ,, , , / Walter Halfyard, colonial secretary. John Crosblo, niinlsteirot militia. . � Augustus cutt; 'hiinlater tt agflciil-tuiro end. mines,,  Wlillain" Elll'fl, leader ot the upper house. William Coaker arid Albert Hickman, ministesp ycUh.outpQvlfoUo. ,. 'The ne\V cab'IiiotfWili ho s>YQrn In to-morrow. ��'^ " ��' i's--' Ing and a'poijch-lllfo c''pmplokiy)i,~-Ad. ..Wiiiuipog, Jan. 4.-Tlio.? en tiro handling of flKli j'ogiilutlftiiH tor tho (Ji'ov-IncoM of Manitoba,'tSiiBUiit(diewan and AlbevU: (ijils, by.ijn Livkoji; o\^r' by J. 'D. McGroBor, Custom roprosentativo ot tho, food uonti'oUev. This announce mont wfts 'iiHido.' hy |itt\ McGvoBor to nlglit following a two.daya' oonforonco \Vith Frank Uwu'. clmjrraun .pfitho fed:, rojn'esonlivUvoa of thp .coniiiimors. ' THI OY KNOWS! DO YOU KNOW? Why is ice slippery ? What is a)hunderbolt? What makes the noise when a bag bursts/ Why is it colder on a mountain top ? ' What makes the sea salt ? , Why do u^e have names ? ^ Wfiy is our shadow larger than ourselves? Which is the bird with the longest tail ? What makes the knots in wood ? Why does thechqmoleon(:hange its cdlor? Why does oil burn ?  , What makes shadows ? Why is it warm m summer ? Why is snow lighter than rain ? What makes the sound in an organ?' Why does a diamond cut glass ? Test Your Boysv anJ Girls \vith These Wonderful Commonplace Things! ' Mali Coupons for the Anawars. / The I Childrefx's Encyclopaedia Answers Every Question a CMd Can Ask -.1 you Intermitingly and correctly about the familiarfhingsvwhich he s^eos around him?' If not, he is not.educated, and h�g-not Can your child rekil intellige.ntly and tell ......~. LothWIflKe TIeirald,vl-6-18. *,� ' 'it >7m. 4 m 00063239 18 41245?61 01870895 ;