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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 191* THE LETHBftinGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I LIES I Amsterdam, Jan. 25. - Chancellor Von. Hcrtling. in his speech to the Reichstag yesterday said: "The geographical situation of Germany in K-. self had a J ways brought near to us the danger of war on two fronts, and now it became increasingly visible. Bei> tweeu Russia nnd Franco an alliance was concluded whose participants were twice as numerous as the population of the German empire and Austria-Hungary. "It would have been" a neglect of duty had Germany remained a' calm spectator of this game and had not endeavored to create an armament which would have protected us against fu-* ture enemies. v Wilson's Terms Referring to President Wilson's address, the chancellor said: "I shall not enlarge upon the distorted representation of German policy which is contained in Mr. Wilson's message, but, will deal in detail with the points which Mr. Wilson lays down, not less than fourteen points, in which he formulates his peace program, and I pray your indulgence in dealing with these vas briefly as possible. "The first point is the demand that r I Careful to keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels regular, by the timely apd helpful aid of larf �t Sale of Any Medicine in th� World* Sold verywhoro. I� U>x��, 25c. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our -way around the country as well as you know the way from your office to your Home. Try jus. PHONE 1206 there shall he no more secret international agreements. History shows it is we, above all others, who would be able to agree to the publicity of diplomatic documents. Freedom of Seas "In his second point, Mr. Wilson demands freedom of shipping on the seas In war and peace. This also is demanded by Germany as the first and one of the most important requirements for. tlLe future. - "Point three we, too, are in thorough accord with the removal of economic barriers which interfere with trade in a superfluous manner. We, too, co'n-! demn economic war, which inevitably bears within it causes of future warlike complications.  "Point four, limitation of armamentB, as already declared by us the idea of limitation of armaments is entirely dis-cussablo. The financial position of all European states after the war might most effectively promote a satisfactory solution. (Cries of "hear, hear.") "It is therefore clear that an understanding might be reached without difficulty on the first four points of Mr. Wilson's program. Colonial Disputes "I now come to the fifth point: Settlement of all colonial claims and disputes. Practical realisation of Mr. Wilson's principles in the realm of reality will encounter some difficulties iu any case. I believe that for the present it may be left for England, which has. the greatest colonial empire, to make what she will of this proposal of her ally. \ "Point six: Evacuation* of^ Russian territory. Now that the entente has refused within the period agreed upon by Russia and the quadruple alliance, to join in the negotiations, I must in the name of the latter decline to allow any subsequent interference; Belgium "Point seven, Belgium. My predecessors in office repeatedly declared J that at no time did the annexation of Belgium to Germany form a point in the program of German policy. The Belgian question belongs to those questions, the details of which are to be settled by negotiations at the peace conference.'1 j "Point eight. The occupied parts of ; France are a valuable pawn in our hands., Here, too, forced annexation forms no part of the German policy. German methods of procedure of the A. G. SPENCE'S f - AUTO PHONE 1142 L 24 Hour Service Train Calls Promptly Attended STAND AT MOTOR SALES, LTD, 36-13 BOBS LIVERY heated cars for city ps. Hospital calls Are you troubled with blotohes, pimples or blackheads? Mr. O. M. Smith, of 630 21st St., Edmonton, aays:^ " For skin troubles there is nothing can equal Zam-Buk. My skin was bo blotchy I was ashamed of it, and although I tried every remedy I could think of, it got no better until I used Zam-Buk. This liorbal balm has worked wonders- my skin is now perfectly clear and smooth." 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I know your remedies have done me worlds of good and I hope every suffering woman will give them a trial."-Mrs. Anna Kelly, 710 Chestnut Street, Burlington, Wis. / The many convincing testimonials constantly published in the newspapers ought to be proof enough to women who suffer from-those distressing ills peculiar to their'sex that Lydia E.Pinkham'o Vegetable Compound is the medicine they r�eed. Thia pood old root and hirb remedy has proved unequalled for these dreadful ills; it contains what is heeded to restore woman's health and strength. If there is any peculiarity in your case requiring1 special advice, write the Lydia E. Pink-ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass* for free advice* Regina, flask., Jan. 25.-J. B. Mus-selman, secretary of the Sagkatche-wan Grain GroworH' association, returned this morning from Ottawa, where he conferred with Hon. W. J. Hanna, Dominion food controller, in referonce\to production, conservation and distribution of foodstuffs. Asked whether or not any action was contemplated, Mr. Musselman stated that "the commandeering of the oata in the country at fixed prices was seriously discussed with Hon. Mr. Hanna. But while in Winnipeg yesterday," Mr. Musselman said, "I was informed that the elevator companies concerned had come to terms with the seed purchasing commission, under which all the oats fit for seed and in possession of elevator companies will become available for distribution." SATURDAY'S Hudson Bay No. 1 Tea. Regular 70c lb. fiA- Saturday, lb. ......................... OUC Brooms. Regular 75c. Saturday .............................. UlJC Tins Crab Meat. Regular 35c. QAfi 8aturday .............................. JUC 2 lb- tins Tomato Catsup. Regular 20c. QC*� Saturday, 2 for ....................... �5DC Large Lima Beans. Regular 25c lb. 9A*� Saturday, lb........................... LUC 2:: v specials Ivory Soap. Regular 3 for 25c. *?Crf� Saturday, 4 for ....................... Sani. Flush. Regular 25c. 9A/� Saturday .............................. 4e presented at this Ujne than the one entitled "The Fall of tho Romanoffs," TONIGHT AT 8.30 LAST APPEARANCE HERE THE MAUDE HENDERSON REPERTOIRE COMPANY IN The Tie That Binds An Absorbing Light Comedy Drama Prices 750, 600, 25o Pathe'' stand- AT STARLAND A number of people in the Marie Osborne Company were Ing oh a set recently watching the taking of some minor scenes for the latest Baby Marie picture, "A Little Patriot," which is to be shown at Star-iancL tonight and tomorrow, and among them was a very happy assistant