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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta U. F. A. PROVINCIAL SPECULATION , Petroerad, Jan. 24.-A detailed account ot the Brost-Utovsk conference (tio8�{on follotvlQg OenenI Von Moft-tnan's bold statement-ot the alma of the central powerH wb8 publtibed by .Ihe Stnolmr inatltutc today. f^^^^^^^ mth�r.;surpfl�ed ftlB listeners by toll iXii^ ,T��^^^^^^^ �,'nMn.^iL"�� them tha^ there were more deaths between us regarding the ,pr!nciple^,,-,, -hoon.j,- ^,,i, -nj mpnaina whlnh are onp whole and well thought [^an t^erete"^ froTdtfherr and "rir. Kuehlmann consented to Trot*-' �,�\t4'^i'?L*�o?2lr Zu.bt^t' ky's request for a postponement of the cm". ,t was "onh^measlM" she dirt conference.^declarlng, however, that noHave To obse^ra ?nv of the I^^^^^^^ it would, b^ much pleasanter if they ^ix^'^^^^ could finish the ..egotlatlons now as SriS .nv ^TsuTd^Sg?^""*^^^ "^""^ aTasrorscfe Ti'^^r 'i'n^\'e^ Count Von Hertling contended that Alaace-Lorvalno was almost purely German territory, which hart been^ severed from Germany by violence. London, Jan. 25.-In his speech to!When Germany in 1S70 claimed the, lie delegates ot parliament. Count' land "thus criminally wrung from her' * for- J it was not the conquest of alien ter talned if Russia maintains the same standpoint, as she evidently intends to do." / Wilson'* Tone Different elgn minister, described the difficulties attending the peace, negotiations at Breat-Lltovsk, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company. Count Czernin said that pie publication of the dally -proceeding* of the conference had ritory," the chancellor declared, "bnt what today Is callert dls-annoxatlon.", Freedom of Seas. :, There Is no dil'fcrenco between Oer-t many and President Wilson regarding the freedom of the seas. Count Von Hertling said. He added that tho thor- caused nervousness among the people j ,,g|, freedoin of navigation during behind the front. Referrlngyto President WIlsM's recent address, Count Czernln said: "I acknowledge that his tone is now different from what it was When he attempted by his xeply to Pope Bene.-dict to sow diasehsloh betvcean the time of war, as well as In peace, wtls one of Gernianys main demands, It'bo-Ing eminently important for future free navigation that Encland Bhould be made to relinquish her strongly fortified points of support on international salting routes, such as Gibraltar, German goTemment and-the German j^jg,, Hong Kong and the Falkland people, Bud this has been ot, good ef- igjands. feet. .. Von Hertling said that tho evacua- i "There is no longer talKvabout the tjj,^ of Russian terrltopj' was a ques-f rrcst'-ent Wilson's proposals by congress, the chancellor said nuagrce- women of Calgary, full co-operatlou worked out. t^iv with the farmers, and declared that; "Also �4i�reu�'iil be a plan to help they were,sincere in their'otter of the frontier districts. This as yet Is assiatance^'on'the farms. "We,.want;,.Yery l'naeflhit$j^j,bv�J It >w|ll likely to .|h;ove,our;willlngneBB to serve, and.^theTP�*�i>dlii*Ti'�iir.trAvelllilg^ioct6r� i r^^-^^ ,;cVirK willcbme out and help you with'your and'nurses. In regard to/the returned ^jr;,'^"'},^^^ chores. In order to aid in eliminating, soldiers it has been found thkt a great oemanaeu it. these alien labor." (Applause). many have contracted tuberculosis. A Tho Next-of-Kin program for the lanltarlum Is to be built by the provin-conscription of wealth also met with "dial and'Dominion government at a an enthusiastic reception./ , cost of 1400,000 but as soon as the re- turiied soldier problem Is taken care ot the sanitarium will be turned over to' the province for all cases of tuber- the fact that h^^refused to be staro-jlieded into spectacular action. Mr. Hanna took the position that men and To Incorporate The-first regular resolution to^ be. dealt wlt|i, was that compassing >the , - - . , incorporation of the organization. It culosls.^ Regarding venereal diseases was passed unanimously with little dls- the first stop that the government will cusBion, as everyone agreed that the; take is the matter^ of'free tests. It U.F.A. should have a legal status. The resolution asking for authoriza- SPLACE0AT8K nM a case neighborhood she was so scared she took every precaution to prevent her children from contractipg it, Children with whooping cough were ^allowed to run loose in the communityJ � ... endangering every one with^mom they executors and administrators of the came In cdntact estates of deceased persons, and gen-t..k.....i..i. prally as trustee on behalf of its mem-inereaie Jubereuloala . hers when required to do so; � '*'{^^'!)* ^M^^i^.ufS^ 1 � *"k 7; i Be It therefore resolved that the dl-culosla in the provlnoe the doctor held jectoi^ he, and they are hereby author-out the one great hope that with prop- izod^o apply for such power, either cannot as yet'promise free treatment and registration ot victims has been tlon for power to administer estates ad.vlsed against by the. royal commls- was also passed without a dissenting b^ou in Great Britain which has gone voice. It Is as follows: Whereas i^ thoroughly into the matter. Mr. Smith is deemed expedlopt that this assocla- in closing said It was very gratifying tlon should acquirrthe power of action to see the intelligent public interest - - that was befng given to this subject. (CONTINUEp'oN PaO� 4) er care and taken in the e^rly sfages the sufferer could be cured ami insured a fairly long life, but here again people were lax In observing the necessary cleanliness that would pre-Stellarton, N. S., Jan. 25.-^ Pour vent the spread of the disease. Tub-more bodies were removed from the orculosls Is not hereditary, It Is a germ ; Allan mine of tho Acadian Coal Com- 'hat Is easily^ Ukian Into the system V pany this morning. The searching -'-'-" parties worked in relays throughout i the night clearintr away the debris and the four bod.'es were found In dlf* , t Bound: - ^ �  . London, Jap. 24.-T-The imperial German chancellor, Count Voh Hertling, �.iddreaslarfe tbe reiehstag today, aocord-lu^ to a.^iii|^tral News dispattAisald: "We hope tovdpmpletlq Bji""rfBreiBHJBnt with Tikraino, which .would be mutually .satisfactoi'jC especially from .'an oc'ononilc point of vIOW." ' - . When on January .% the Chancellor continued, the period expired (or the cooperation of the entente nations In the peace negotiations, Germany was no longer'bound/by Us offer to the entente and had a free path tor separate negotiations With Russia. In these negotiations Gerinany then felt herself not"i>oun!l to the Russian pro. posals for a general, peace, tho chancellor asserted.* ' Says Britain Not After Peace Loudon/, Jan.-25.-Count .Von Hort ling,' imperial German jCbancelior, disagrees with certain-foreign,newspapers which interpreted the recent speech ot Premier Lloyd George as showing an earnest desire for, peace and even trlendBhip.fpr Qermany, according to a Central,News dispatch, quoting from the dfmncieilqr's speeoli before the main committee of the reiehstag yesterday. The cliancellor, however, remarked, on the alteration ill the'tori^'of the British' Premier's speech wherein he tfald Mr. Lloyd George has retrained from abuse and showed an Inclination for'negotiations. The newspapers' interpretation Of the speech was .ba=ed,' he bellevedi on Premier Lloyd George;* docliration that be did not wish :,,.to annihilate Oornfnny. On the contrary, the chancellor declared, the tiremter seemed to adjudge Oermany lullty of all possible crimes, adding-.'.'^ , "We cannot understand ^Buch feelings or find therein/proof ot.a >>n-i'cere will for peace." (Spuclal to the Hmaid) Cowley, Jan. 24,--Andrew Andrews , Was arrested here today charged with nlterlug his birth .certificate In an at-. tempt to evade'the'Military Service Act. Corp: Brown of the R. N. W. M, J>. took'bim ln;tow. He was commlt-'ted for trial by Mr. Bicki^ll; J. P. ^ WEPUL8E QER|> glvdn by the o~raan*iation boro.lyoatarday do-elarod the oooloty .'had - boon Informed that - tha,' UKltil^ Statea' had oKoeuttd fourtfiin iplos ainee the beglnnlnovof the war with ' Germany. Mo added Hhat-anomy dDena In.tMa eoUntryi,"�aKeuld b* appflfod of. thaao, facta, aa %vl> en^nlr w^fh"'.5iT-^i?%T"."'*''i' ^''^^ time for re�t. The 1^.1 r Hamburg commandant refused, where- to .n'^maff^HiT "0 "��� declined to obey the or- to ai) Amsterdam dispatch to the Dally der. . nmnnWh^T*" ^� ��"�J|�c"�n, An hour later a^ lieutenant nanied ,n^rh'^m�rJ".!r.T "if Wagner arrived and ordered the^men ment could be obtained without difficulty on the first four points.  , Regard'ng the fifth point mentioned , v. by President Wilson, the chancelldr .v said some dltflcultle^ would be met? with. ^ermarilf nerfW demanded the Incorr " poratlrtnf^ofciiiBlgliwi -territory Uyrr^rtol- . ence, the'ciiancellor a'sseildd. Ho said; the state of Poland would be decided,* by aerraa,!iy and Austria-ilungary. When all other questions had-been settled, he said, Germany would be . ready to 'discuss the question ot a" league ot peace. , Wants New Proposals. Tho chancelloi; demanded that tho i leaders ot ^lio nations at war with ' Germany sot forth new proposals. The . � terms, outlined "by Premier Lloyd' George and Freslflent'Wiison contained certain principles �*ilch could bo accepted by Germany, he said, but .the,, concrete proposals were unsatisfactory, i The chancellor declared that Ger-; many did not wish annexations by violence but that the question of north' j em France could be discussed only by France and Germany.  . He asserted there eonld be n't talk ot the secession of AIsacetLorrain'). Regarding points nine, ten and eleven in PreBldent Wilson's speech. Count Von Hertling said he must leave ' the answer in the first place to Austria, but that where German interests . were concerned they would be defend-'} ed energetically. The ninth point in .the presldenfa.. speech called for readjustment of tbo. Italian^ frontiers along clearly recog-nlzable lines of nationality. The tent,h tor free opportunity tor autonomouo' development of the peoplesvot Austria-Hungary; the eleventh for the ovacua-tiQn of Rumania, Serbia and Montenegro, free access to the sea tor Serbia and adJUBtmeut of the' relations am- ^ ong the Balkan states, with Intemat-' ionat guarantees of their IndepOa-dehce.^- '.i ' Still Haa Hope, Amsterdam, 3an..25.--In hia'addresa ' before the relchstak'main committee > ye.sterday. Chancellor Vbh HertUnf re-V terred, to the negotiations with, the | Ruaslanl\at Drest-Lltovsk, sayinc^-ho 1 had held 'fast to the hope that tvgooAJ conclusion would~be arrived at: /I searched the mall bags. I,�otlng and murder by the Red Guards hooligans and Russian BO|ldlera Is reported at many places throughout Finland. The leaders/ of the Red QumiI' at HelBlng-fors have Issued a submons tor the Guard to be ready for action. THRILLING CXPCRICNCE ; San Antonioi Texaa., Jan. 35..-With a broken airplane 3,000 feet above artb, Major G. K. Relnhardt. and Cap-talB. J. Phipps, of. tbe Royal British Tlylng Corps, en route from Fort Worth to San.'AntQnto won a thrilling ......., ......= ..........,......,i�>�ttle for their llyoii yesterdajr and B distance pf 40 to 00 miles. w4ii sup-! wjMnatlon aafely.^ Tho ! ported, J The carrylng^t. political liter-! >��tJ�'*>y mlleB of the flight wer* mode ature 'through tlio malls Xwjittabut! ?�^Iy . Tfia mitted to^ go Ashore, according to this others were arrested and sentenced to account they were notified that they terms ot Imprisonment, varying from must report-bapk for duty within an five to,twenty year*. " " r^,. r COMPLETE CONFIOENCB charge, wa^condemned and a reaolu tlon asking that It .be abollshedi was put through without dlsousslon. >. Conaerlptien ef Wealth The matter of wealtb conscription provoked, considerable dlscttssl^n, and donod/of A9>�rled'�>ltttormlnatlon , the resoluUon finally passed rfada:** tt pr�ta�rh�r*ir.'^ ',Uollowi: ^ plaiie:and holding,in-position a' wing on which the atntta had broken. WISATHEK High ......................... Law.........................., ^ PtrfoM: Fair anri ggldoh ' 40 -.4 "^Montreal, Jan. 2b.^DI*^uaalng the eontention made by Cel. ft^p* Ington. Military eritle of tho Ldn>_ don Morning Peat, thlatPlold Mar-thai Hatg'a pl^a bad'lioonaot aaldo by the Britfah war cabinet. Sir Frederiek E. fSmlth; attorney general In the Lloyd Oatrgo eabl-not; today told tho Canadian FdHb  that in hia Judimont: flia military uthorltlet had'tho;�lwaluto eon- , fidtnto.ofjbo Brltialiyadfiliilotra. before boon given, to e^dlara In' any war In which the country had' taken part. '  t    PORTUGUESE TROOPS^ , , FOR FRAftCi Pari*, Jan. 38.^A\R�w:^oii-tlngent ot FortutUM*' (trpopji has Ju*t been laodad'ta Fr�ice. BY MM MINES Copenhagen.,-Janv 26.-The nine; field respt>nslblefor^,the sinking aa 8unday,of the German destroyers A-7f aud, A-73 WS3 of German origin. The Mventeen men from the crew, of the M!t. the only survivors from the two veipMat-anffere'd greatly for four ,day� la the open, sea., It was from :tlie*a: feurvlvors it. wa*. learned that , tba mine field. was Qerman.! ' \ K �---~ �  WAR CONFERENCE i 'ariB, Jan. 25.--Premier U^jfil^Jfl ,^rge and Viscount Milner,; meii;b�rii;i :ttie .British war council, areicdminK,,^-.� td; confer ^wlth. Preralftij;pi*3.?fffl mbaoeau^'says Marcel Hu^ia>'in-|,htf#l newspaper, the B5cho De Parts. .sTh^l vislt'will coincide with the' " the .supreme, vvarcMncll. at , _________"It U unnecosHarjrito wM^rllao. ^. 05016424 6254 ?70528 8175 ;