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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETimmnOF, DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 191S mm mm on sues i eh m. of u. s. Arer: ea '-,.-:i ; a, a. e-lar.. i: l .!);.- c:. \. . : 1 r -!,� te ;' ' tr-v r v.: a an avera Mtl.OOu tons moil .:.. ; eta..a:\ w> I V'.vn-.lvr and v.i.ele >v..r '.he loll tr.ay In1 tw-*'.vw r.t>;*.v>.y lO.eUO.veO' tony. .�: tK� I'UJU'.tr.j; of i'.ck *U ps by a;:i{ r.i-r. '..its d urine ttiV ..I : .'r .;� e o'.-!y between L'.aOr.* of those lossos. :: ; ..per say.* the tn.uu'Ury li. .-.!;..:!.. 's i':; :r.i�s as the re :::� t ., # v.a.:';; by the C-eouts �.. h r>, o.c.Os> j irtsring the ; :� t $:'." v-cr :"u am ;r,:f.�* a: the auwum. !!.>; ry :it>!iti, a prominent Port it .;!-. CI SECTOR ? a ; i _-ietu. itions i from allies Trotsky Says Only Aim of the Bolsheviki is to Obtain a Satisfactory Peace, !! merchants bank i and old timers :::: I inredcrossfiMs | Only Two Rinks Yet Lined Up ! To Go to Fernie for District 'Spiel It: How soft & fresh & fleecy! Just the way you want baby's "wooties" to be. It's been washed with LUX-that daintiest, purest of ail soap products. You sec.v, uohons are different from other fabrics- they are especially harmed by alkali and by rub-bins ar. J twisting in the wash. LUX-pureessence o� sopp in Hikes-is the only safe way to wash with, there's no need of rubbing or wringing when you u$i.- :t.   t \ redly won't shrink woollens-it jdoes them good. Get a packefje for yourself and see that YCUR folk's woollens get a long, useful, "scratchless" life. Soid^r a!l good ;neers. British made, b} cf&IWIU SHRKkT^- Lever Brothers Limited "^�f^.2 mile an hour gale and drifting'snow. At Ottawa Ottawa, Jan. 1_.-A snow which commenced at 1 o'clock this morning tied up the street car service on several Hues, and the majority of the workers had to walk to work. In Toronto Toronto. Jan. 12.-This city is petting .ts sharo of the big- storm. 'Canyon Corner," the huge abyss between the C. P. it. and Royal Bank Kkystrapors, is practically impassable for anything but policemen and street ears. AH- other vehicles are warned away from the corner and pedestrians cross at their., own risk, which is great owing io the fearful velocity of the wind. The coal situation is very serious. In Montreal Montreal, Jan. 12.-Six and a half iiK-hes ot .snow fell in the storm which started about two/a'clock this morning. It was accompanied by a south , to southwest wind of 18 miles velocity j which quickly piled the snow up into' drifts of a considerable deptAi Amsterdam. Jan. H.-Dealing with the declarations at the previous session by Dr. Von Kuehlmanu and by : Count Czernin, Austro-Hungarhyn foreign minister, respecting the failure of Russia's allies to participate in the negotiations, which succeeded the peace offer of the central powers and resolved the discussion to a question of a separate peace with Russia, M. Trotzky said: "We are in full accord with our for-.solution. We desire to continue the peace negotiations quite apart from tuo .uestion whether or not the entente powers take'part. "We note the statement of the quadruple alliance that the basis for a general peace formulated in their declaration of December :';> is null and void, as the entente countries in the period of ten days allowed them did not join in the peace negotiations. We on our side adhere to the principles of a democratic peace proclaimed by us." The desire of the Hussians to transfer the negotiations to neutral soil, M. Trotzky explained, arose from their wish for equally favorable conditions on both sides. It was decided to hold private deliberations between the delegations of Austria-Hungary and Germany on the one hand and ot Russia on the other. The deieKates of Russia, Germany, and Austria-Hungary agreed to form a committee to discuss political and territorial questions, and a second committee of experts for preliminary discussion of economic and legal questions. Two Opposing Policies London, Jan. 12.-Reports from southern Russia received in Petrograd, according to a Reuter despatch from the Russian capital, says thero are twb opposing policies utnong the leaders of the Don Cossacks. General Kaledines, the military leader of the Don Cossacks, who is supported by a majority of the troops and educated classes is described as being adverse to intervening in Russian internal affairs, while determined to oppose to the utmost any Maximalist aggression against the Don territory. On the other hand Generals Alexieff, Korniioff, Denikine and Ordelli favor making the Don the centre of a campaign against Bolshevikism generally. Generals Alexieff and Korniioff. are former commanders in chief of the Russian army. Gen. Dwniklne Is a former chief of staff of the Russian army while Gen. Ordelli was military governor of Petrograd until-he was arrested by the . Kejfensky government e'aNjr. last September.. The Silver Tongued Orator of Minnesota, Charles A. Towne, Former United States Senator Late Member of Congress from New York-Nominated for Vice-President. Recommends Nuxated Iron to All Who Feel the Need of Renewed Energy Says That Henceforth He Shall Not Be Without It. Probably no remedy has evor met with such phenomenal success as has^. Nuxated Iron-Over thiee million people annually are taking it in this country alone, to say nothing of JJio vast number who are using it in France, England,  South America and other , countries. It has been highly endorsed and used by Former United States Senators and Members of Congress; physicians who have been connected with well-known hospitals have prescribed and recommended it; Mon-seigneur Nannini. a prominent Catholic Clergyman, recommends it to all members of the Catholic Church. Former Health Commissioner, Win. R. Kerr, of Chicago, says it ought to be used in every hospital and prescribed by every physician; Dr. H. B. Vail, form- ___ erly Physician in the Baltimore Hos- gnrd-looking pa pital and a Medical Examiner, says tients. Ty Cobb, that time and again he has prescribed Nuxated Iron and surprised patients at the rapidity with which the weakness and general debility were replac- him renewed en-ed by a renewed feeling of strength ergy and great and vitality; Former First Assistint Postmaster General of the United States, C. P. Grandfield, strongly endorses and recommends it to the tens . , . . of thousands of c�*il service employees at "us (,ay; get  - ^ such prominent men to endorse "As a me Congress from New York, as a member of Congress and Senator from Minnesota, as participant in political campaigns and candidate for Vice-President, my nervous energy and reserve force were tremendously drawn . upon. That I survived these trials and came into advanced middle life with the elasticity and . . . strength of a boy is unquestionably due to the rigorous attention I have paid to the proper care of mber of What Senator Towne Says: my body. Recently I have been taking Nuxated Iron and have found It of the greatest benefit as a tonic and regulative. Henceforth I shall not be without it. I am In a position to testify for the advantage of others, to the remarkable and immediate helpfulness of this remedy, and I unhesitatingly recommend Nuxated Iron to all who feel the need of renewed energy and the regularity of bodily functions. tho gr e a a e s t baseball batter of all time, took it to help give staying power. No matter what anybody says, you could not. who know his name and signature Sarah Bernhardt-"the Divine Sarah," the world's most noted actress, has ordered a large quantity sent to the French soldiers to help give them arl*y-strength, power and endurance. The famous "Cyclone" Davis, Mem- Dr. E who has studied both in this country ber of the 61th United States Con- and great European Medical Instltu- pneumonla, grippe, kidney, liver, heart trouble and other dangerous maladies. The real, true cause , which started their dlseuse was nothing more or less than a weakened con d i 11 o n" brought'on by a lack of Iron in a remedy that has no value-doctors, it vou are not strong or well, you lawyers, politicians, atheletes-a great owe it to yourself to make the following test: See how long you can walk Sauer, a Boston Physician without becoming tired. Mext take two five-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron --^ Minnesota's Man of Mark Former United States Senator, Charles A. Towne, graduated from the University of Michigan, twioe elected member of the United States Congress, served in the United States 8enate, nominated for Vice-President, takes Nuxated Iron; now recommends it to all who feel the need of renewed energy. three times per day after meals for two .weeks. Then test your strength" tions, said: "Nuxated Iron is a wonder- again and see how much you have ful romedy. Not long ago a man came gained. gress, says the effect of Nuxated Iron on him was almost magical, that lifter taking it, nothing seemed to .ire to" me "'who' was nearlv�half "a'Tenriiry ""NOTE-Nuxated Iron, which has him tut, no matter how stremtous it might, he. Dr. A. J. Newman, lot.; nunaira iron nu proven inroug'i ins young man- in fact a own tests of it to excel any prepare rea!ly w,s ' notwith'star tion he has ever v*. .1 for creatM* n-l The serfett ho sai(], ,vas Mood, building up