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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta tVOLUME XII. LETHBHIDGE, ALBEIYTA, SATimu.XY. JANUARY M.-.MBKR ;V2 FOCH WON'T DALLY MANS WILL BREAK THE ARMISTICE IF TERMS ARE NOT FULFILLED May Compromise on a Scheme of Holding One Open and Five Secret Sessions Each Week. .______ PAWS, Jan. Is understood that when tho supreme war councH, slonera on Thursday provided for liio loilfty, ust Hlinkcn the world. The" intlh, bathed gress In blond, has already escaped from TORONTO, Jan. city of legal actions in resnccl to soldiers' Tlio first writ was is- (he imperial archives. The premertit- iitcd characler of (he (rap Is loday dourly proved." "In.tlio hone of conquering, first, the hegemony of Kuropa and next the mastery of ths vcrlri tKo central em- jnrtK, nuiiiiO LoKothtr by a secret plot, fouml the nio5', aliuminablu ot pre- texts tor trying '.o crush Serbia and their way to the east; "At tho same t'.mf, they, disowned the solemn undertaking In ordnr lo crush Helgiun1 and force their way Into the heart of France. "These arc tiic two unforgettable outrages opf-rcd (he way fo ag- gression. The combined nfforig of Great "rftain, aud liussfa won Fair and mild. WILL BE HANGED IIAILKYIJUKY, Ont- Jan, stance, Ills declared thai me cujr c-A-n the murder of Theodore-Taylor on Ibc not pay tho insurance to ltc niore significant than night of May Cooper was 1 "foster" mother of a dead soliucr, bargains they atiemjiV sentenced last night by Mr, -Justice though sho reared him from Logl'lo be liaoged on April I3t (I'oiiilaucO on uazc teal ot Bolshevism in Germany, opening Iho wajr'to Iho stabilizing of Uie government aud tho prospect'of being able lo send responsible rpsenlatlves lo the congress. The con- 13 expected lo devote Itself iiihuledly lo tlia creation Of n, league of nations, nnd the firal steps lowanl the formation of that league, it Is underatood, will lie taken today. A study of Ihe measure by which a league ol nation? will be formed will be committed formally to an InKf- nllled commission sitting conlempW- aneously with the congress, which wffl present Uip results of its labor for ratification at tho end ot the con- gress. Unbroken Front All questions at Issue, of.whateyif kind, will be settled before the delegates arrive, the allied recognlzinR the vital Importance at presenting an unbroken front to Ihe enemy, As regards nussla, it Is sahl that tho five leading powers have agreed tlial her representation by atiy Russian clement is impossible 'or tlio moment.' It Is argued thai the admis- sion of former Premier Lvoff or nny ether tuau who figured In previous Russian governments, mfght'gtvc tha Hotshcvlkl rt chanco to declare tlrftt the powers were supporting a chlal ;