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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TllllHSDAyJ..TANl.iAHY 17, 1018 TIIK JJvDIUIUDGl'. DAILY HERALD Russian Basis of Peace is Unacceptable to Germans f Tf military rnndiM^ns i rnU, the central powers may eitilcavt- t,o reduce the i-dse of the oeujp;incy rrom jjH. � ;is and IH> CC forces to such numb sury to maintain ordo nlc:d mfiiNi'viiifiilM !' sell in/.; up f>T a naUoujU'em. he, Htrivnii i'�ir. fieraniinr; the retur n!' civilians who luiv the statement �ays i bo examined in n iftjevol from time to Unit;. bulnat i * to a spoci. it Is not. tin i.Hmut (I*' portanre politically. Not a Recognitlo "Washington, Jan. ence of diplomats ii JVemlor J Amino, rog of the Rumanian uii construed by Mm I erumcnt an rticognit diameter of the 1! men). U w&B-jflmlo Tlerlin, .Inn. 17. - An official sinte-' Tnent iH.'HU'd hero iod;iy glvinj' tho reply hy lh(� central powers lo the Ilus-sijin , proposal* a(. ilrnsi-Utovr-k on Monday sayM the Russian ju'rijjomjiIs rom'iTniiiK I.ho regime-; occupied hy the eentrul pownrn diverge t(r nuf-U n de woe from u�r views of the reni.rul powers thai in l.htMr present form '.hey tiro ir.aecepl-'ible. The statement :;nvs t!io 'UiiBsbui proposals do not. show iv compromising attitude and do iml clear the opposite parties on a. JurI haste. Nevertheless, it adds, tins central powers a^ain uni prepared lo Klve a dearly formulated expression of their opinions and (o try to find u hay.ia fov a compromise. For the eentrul powers, as distinct from the ea�e Willi Uussfa. 'he announcement- udda, a. conclusion nf peace wltli UufiiiU l�a� no connection whh a general .pqace and the; central powers are compelled to continue lh" wnr hkuIuhI thoir other enemies.' The fl^ort'Joj) (hat Iho ri;;lit. of soil'-j-lojlartlnont tnrluy t dotiM-ni'naiion In u national trihnlo of' natiunri and not of pact.v of nuliovs i>; not our concojjtiok of fi�lf-M�Mnrniina-Uon, oCfiuiftl tiUUMiioUt" oplt^ iirbvoari linoH hn Haiu'tioimd on 111  1 biiMx of eiliiseiialiip, mil if wan doainvnd Ihnt u j-oforenfinm appeared to hn imprar'fie-abhs The contrnl powc3i*s think thai a vote on a wide huttts (ak^n from tii-' cdfctars and suppltrnji'iitcd hy a rnpre-fcentntivo body \vouh3. suffice. Do ri'i d'-ifacPt) govornnitfa f Bo.-tteviki Th 'r'onfnr-ul will 0 1 not bo ton gov- d^i'acto Kovp.rn-(ho strjf.^ .'" thoro � dofacio fM ro^riid, �l�iiity to. country, � nch wid-��ro proh"-ivon as 11 Some women hold to ihc idea (hat bread-mak-jmj j'v a .1 oij;* nnd difficult opevaiion, hxit this a mistake, for v/itU Royal l;e;i.c;t C^kes, Jij^ht, sweet brcid can lie made in a Jew hours v/iih but little �trouble, F/'KI*.: 0:ir n wI?o)'.'il Vt.i'it n.iircHook v,"iil !>�.: (ire. uj'-mi tv^u*: .1. iU'eu- (�dn.-; firtl ir;'-Im .!iiv�t for /ii;ikjii); h:t::i(! :tmt rrli'.f.'.'iUi K-.'-y^l Yr.isl C.;iko-i. Semi niunc ;iin' ;iii.lfc:ii plii-i!'/ n:\tl t!:i'i v:iln;LbIc liltlu book v.'ill be auik'd E .W. GILLETT CO. LTD. TOHOHTO.CANAQA V/fWMiPEG 1. CITIES tions A re Sell More I ) MQHTti CAL + - .-r---j Ol L hi j V nncmivcr, .lar :ir� licing' hold tod ronritllumii'Jox \v))i\ Hip. lcpislattiro arme and provision ' for a tax Kale to ?K np consid'eralile time at the eonf'T-'ic >� of the mayors � and otln-r city olli'ials of the four i Allicrla. ritieH whi'ii opened in the 1 ' .nmcil chumbcr ttii' nmrnin^. Acting ; Mayor Itu'tle ]>rcsifI-*r| at tlio oonfer-i ettcc, and the other two mayors present v/ero Mayor II. M. K. Kvann, ol' ; i almonton, and Mayor J lardie. of Lulhbridge, Modieim- M:if heirig represented by City Suli. iffji- s. (;. Ban-nun Mid City Trea.-ur.M- r v. bedster. The Question of -oM-eitjiR tho taxes in the. various citie- canie up first and the, conclusion.-? arrived at at the i-alnionton eonferen*'' wore read to the meeting. These s a jested that the new act to he placed Wore the legislature should provltb tor (Ue na\e of ail lands after si.v. ;nonths in arrears from the end of tho y�nr in which the taxes were levied; that tho redemp-ihm period he one year. thai. land uot hid in at the sale sho'ild ai. the expiration of the redemption period automatically become tho property of the eity in which located, it me property is redeemed all tax is levied to the date of the redemption m be paid. Most of the discussion was over fdiitiso seven which was finally made to read that "in the alternative and at the option of tin* particular eity round), the scheme ) : *> > �> .> ? ^ o * > ins 1 offer for As Executor of John F. Rosa Estate, the Un sale, above Ranch, comprising 1600 freehold propAilos North of, Lundbreck, Atberta. Property a/I fenced sncqneed, vve// watered by Cow Creek which runs three miles o Timothy, F.O in Western Rye Grass, 20 in Alfalfa, plowed ready for crop. Forest Reserve cIobc to Riire practic ally free pasturage can be secured. Large 8 roorrfouse, with bathroom and furnace. Large barn for 14 head room, chicken house, v/agon shed, completely equi 0 acres in 140 acres The official declaration by Hetnrn-Offleer Davidson of the vote in j the Leihbridfic federal riding in the re-iMlmonton. Jart. Ifi.-At the meeting! coni elections, shows (hat a total vote at rhe Alberta Croat War Veterans thh^of fif.78 was properlv recorded. In the anemoon, the loliowing olflcera were j LpthbWdffe provincial riding which in-rIfV(:U>rt: ( i chides l^lhbridge city and the Coal- * *-'ft-'fi'ftry, re- j hurst, Commerce, Newtands, Diamond City ninl Wesi Lethbridge polls, W. A. lUiohanan had a'mnjnrity of 147R in a Pjesident ~\\\ j. pyson elected. With the Mounted, Provincial and city police on the trail of defaulters under the Military Service Act. those who have failed to report for duty as required are due for an unpleasant ! session duriug the next fe.AV weeks. Just, the other day the city police took1 Lester Gregory in tow. Vesterday the Mounted Police picked up \V. A. NJeh-ol, and he is in the toils awaiting military escort to take him to Calgary. AUCTION i f I sl harness sndling of cattle, including cage cement dipping vnt; speclallicted sheds and corrals for wintering calves, land all level. Complete line of farm machinery, about 250 hcad; horses. To be sold as going concern. FOR PRICE AND TERMS APPL in house, d 25 head Firxi. vice-president-A. ti. Nightingale. Kdmonton. Second vice-presidenl--II. T. Higin-liothain. f.efhhridge. Kccretn]-y-Lre;;:-urer--J. \V. Miti-heli, t'algary. Cculd Not Pay Tax Kdmonton, .Inn. 17.-Thai it. number of locals of the Great War Veterans are unable lo pay their per capita tux, total vote of 2742. Th� Warner provincial riding polled 770 votes and Pack had a majority of 49. in tho Cnvdsion provincial riding, Buchanan had a majority of t.Ui in w total vote of lean. That, part of tli''. Taber local riding in the Lethbridge federal seat r.ave Buchanan ^'i'l majority in a total The Trusts & Guarantee Ipany nuVn ,7 ' l!,x- vote of.iSSl. Albion Ridge poll be- lid that as a_cousequence the treasury ionss ,0 the Ditn� Row LJulL* Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, AL THE CAN AD of tho organtion could not show a satisfactory balance, was the explana-iion made to the convention of the Alberta as.soehiUon whieh was in session hove, by ."). K. ICnight, secretary of the Dominion body. The question was raised early in the meeting that the per capita tnx b mgs to the Utile How constituency ami it gave Pack a majority of fi. legislature 10,000 COYOTES WANTED Will pay from $6.00 to $9.00 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office- Phone 799 Reaidence Phone 326 20 HEAD Mostly Mares in Foal From. 3 to 8~ years, weighing from 2400 to 2800 lbs. per team. At the Palace Livery Barn, Lethbridge / on Saturday, January 19th, 1918 THESE HORSES WILL BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE AS THEY HAVE BEEN BROUGHT HERE TO BE SOLD NICHOLSON & LeVALLEY AUCTIONEERS AND SALE MANAGERS t F 1 '1 a SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.,'LLD., P,C.L', President HV. F.JONES. AwtGai'l. eAanaaer SIR. JOHN V. C. BRO' Sup't oi intern Branchej \ Knight declared amonnt w�B a jrreni. exaggeration, tlmt if ivau not more than scarcely enough Capital Paid Up, $15,000,0001 Reserve Fifc,500,ooo reduced, and a tiuory ns to the rligpo-td!Jon of the fuuda wan also put. Com-rado Jll^rinbotham of LethbrlUffO, nuhl the total Bhoulfl be j.n iho nefshhorhood of $lti,000. Secretary Knleht i^ein,-^^ (ilC --- --- rw**"i l"AUtigtl ' " ' $1,000, cover expenses. Comrade />ace of Edmonton,, deel'^r-ed that with .'-hi,000 members In the 'organization, each of whom was gup- ! t,:,]'-v Pilule was fired hy an artillery posed lo pay a tax of sixty cant:-- th�>ihaMGr>' O I 'is To provide for the future it Is neciot only to save, but also to provide a 5afe|>r your savings; t No better, place can - ' / Savings department. Lethbridge Branch- R. T. # * #> our 122 W r, Mgr. NOTED GERMAN A PRISONER OF BRITAIN London, .Ian. 17.--~>iaron Von Spiegel 1'ud 'Mi PeeUcl^heim, r:i?imj;mt)er of Gorman submarine )'-110:i. who wrote the widely ' job-*Th^ aI"e T �*