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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JANUARY p5, ^^^^^ THE LETHBi^inGE DAILY HERALD \, PAGE PIVB HUNCiNCElLOHR PEACE TER AniHtcrdiim, .Ian. 2ri. - Cliancollor ^Von Heniinf;. in his apoecli to the nblchstag ye^tordny snlil: "The geographical Bittiatton of Germany in It-^ sell had uUvayB brought near to lie the daiieur of war on two fronts, and now - It became Increasingly visible. tweon RuHslti and France an alltanco was concluded whose partlclpantH were �twice as numerous'as the population of the "German empire and Austria-Hungary. "It would have bofe'n. neglect of duty had Oermauy remained a' calm there shall bo no more secret Intemn-tlonal agreomontfi. History shows It la we, above all others, who would be able to agree to the publicity of diplomatic documents. IVrcedom of "In his second point, Mr. Wlleon demands freedom of shipping on the Boas in war and peace., ThiB also is demanded by Germany as the first and one of the most important requirements fd� tlijB future. ^ - "Point threfe wo, too, arc in thorough accqrd with the removal of economic spectator of this game and had not en-I barkers which Interfere with trade doavorod to create an armament which \ In a superfluous manner. We, loo, con-would have protected ,us against fu^jdemn economic war, which Inevitably ture enemies. Wilton'* Terms Referring to President Wilson's address, the chancellor siild: "f shall hears within It causes ol future war-tike complications. >"Polnt four, llmltAtlon of armaments, as already declared by us the Idea of not enlarge upon the distorted ropre-, limitation of armaments is entirely dls-sontatlon of Gorman policy which Is cussabJe. The financial position of all contained In Mr. Wilson's message,! Bin-opean states after the war might but win deal In detail with the points'most effectively promote a satisfactory which Mr. Wilson lays down, not less , solution. (Cries of "hear, hear.") than fodrteen points. In which ho for- "It Is therefore clB�r that an under-mulatea his peace program, and 1 pray standing might be reached without your indulgence In dealing with these difficulty on the first four points of �"us briefly as possible. [Mr. Wilson's program. PAINS INSIDE AND BACK "The first point Is the demand that Be Careful -to keep the stotnach well, the livejr and bowels regular, by the timely apd helpful aid of iMCMt s�la of Any M�ilcl�* la III* WarU. 8*14 Twywhara. U bax**. ZSc BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our .way around the country as well as you know the way from your office, io your home. Try ^s. PHONE 1206 Cclonlal Oiaputtt "I now come to the fifth point: Settlement of all colonial claims and disputes. Practical roalliation of Mr. Wllsoj^'s principles In the realm of reality will encounter some difficulties la. any case. I believe that for the present it may bo left for England, which has. the greatest colonial empire, to make what she will of this proposal of her ally. \ "Point six: Evacuation"ot^Russlan 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 sub.sociuent interference^ Belgium "Point seven, Beigium. My predecessors in office repeatedly declared 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 ol which are to bo settled by negot.atlona at the peace conterence.'V  "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 How Mm. Kelly Suffered and How She was Cured. Bnrlinsjton, Wit.-"1 waa very Img-Olar, and had pains in my side and back, but after taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Tablets and using two Ijottles of the Sanative Wash I am fully convinced that I am entirely cured of these troubles, and feel better a)l over. I know your remedies hava done me worlds of good and I hope every suffering woman will give them a trial."-Mrs. ANNA Kelly, 710 Chestnut Street, Burlington, Wis. � , / Th� many eonrincing testimonials eon-atantly published in the newspapers ought to be proof enough'to women who suffer from .those distressing ills peed-liar to their sex thatLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the medicine they Deed. This good old root and hirb remedy has proved uneqaalled for tnese dreadful ills; it contains what is heeded to restore woman's health and strength. If there la any |>ecullarlty in your case requiring apeetai ad� vice, write the Lydia E. Pink-bam Stedtcine Co; (confidential)* Lynn, Masa^'or fre� a4vlc�. SEEOOAISTOBE ' AVAIUBLE NOW Reginn, Bask., .lan. 20.-J. B. Mus-selman, secretary of the Saskatchewan Grain Orowors' association, relumed this morning from ' Ottawa, where he conferred witli Hon. W. J. (lanna, Dominion food controller, in reforonce\to production, conservation and distribution of foodstuffs, Askod whether or not any action was contemplated, Mb. Muase|inan stated that "the (;ommundeerlng of the oats In the cAuntry at fixed prices was seriously discussed witli Hon. .Mr. Hanna. But while in Winnipeg yesterday," Mr. Musselman said, "I was informed that the eleva'tor companion concerned bad come to terms with the seed purchasing commission, under which all the oats fit tor seed and In possession of elevator companies will become available tor distribution." A.G.SPENCE'S AOTQlIVERr PHONE 1142 24 Hour Service Train Calls Prompl^ly Attended STAND AT MOTOR SALES, LTD. 361.3 BOB S AUTO LiVERY Cloaed and heated cars for city tnd co mtry trips. Hospital calls r apaelalty. stai:d; alexanba hotel day ANO-TNIGHT service iSVOSIRSKIilO Are you troubled wlih blotobei, � pimples or blackheadr? kir. O. M. Smith, ot 6'JO 21st St., Eldmonton, eays^ "For skin troubles there is nothing can equal Zam-BuH. 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. Thla liorbnl balm has worked wondera- my skin la now perfectly clear and amooth." Such ailments, iaitbougli appar-^0(itly on the surface skin, really arise In the underlying tissues, ant Zam-Buk'a suecess in such cases la due to Us wondorful power of penetration, which enables It to roach the root of the'trouble.^ The stimulative^ quality in Zam-Buk routiJS the shigsiph cells to healthy action. This promotes a vigorous circulation which carries off all impurities and a smooth, clear ekln la the result. Zam-Buk is equally good for ee^ cema, ulcers, bloorl-polsonlng, pilea7 burns, cuts, chapped .handa and cM'Malna. All dealers, at BOt. a box. evacuat'on, which must take account of Germany's vital interests, are^ be agreed upon'Jjetwoou France and Germany. TJndfer no fine phrases of any kiAd shall we permit the enemy again to take from us territory. In The Ball ernment, how one fell ufider her charms while the other lived to . thwart her designs haa been woven | Mr. I Into an exciting photoplay, entitled. which Is to be shown at the Empress three days starting Monday. In this immense production, which has cost a fortune to make, which ombracea the best efforts of thousands ot actors, the subject of which almost brought calamity upon the allied forcee in the field of battle, there Is presented the siory of Russia, the most enlightening story that has even been told, the most gripping and sensational account of situations unparalloled In tbe whole history ot the world. which is connected closely with, the question of the straits, are Important and vital Interests of the German em-pfre also. Our ally can always count upon our energetic support in this matter. x EXPORT LICENSES Washington, Jan. 25.-The war trade board yesterday announced a revised list ot commodities/which hereatter will require individual export licenses when exported to Canada or Newfoundland. Articles not appearing on the list Will be allowed to go into tljeso countries and special license, which was provided tor some time ago In order to facilitate exports to Canada and Newfoundland. /' PULLEY'S AUTO UVERY Phone 1540 MITCHELL UVERY DAY OR NIQHT. Wedey T. nynii^ Phot|a 1760 Tractor Repairs We specialize in rehoring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting overside pistons and rings. ( We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes' of kas tractors. Ford Engines Riebored NIVEN 216 1st Av�. a. BRO CONDUCTED BY 4. B. OOBELLE / PHONi 1858 ACCOUNTANT* Phono 1619 P.O. Be^ 805 henderson, reid and pAterson Chartered Accountants, Audits, InvaatUjatlons, Etc. PECIALTIEB Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manuf.tctuHnh, -Wholeanle and Ratall. Aejiountintf Acadia BulldlnQ, Third Ave.. 8. r teth^ridoe New,York, Jan. 23.-The Wall Street Journal, In yesterday's edition, publishes a landing editorial on what is described as a "flare-up In westeijn Canada'over the agitation for government ownership of all the railways, including tho. Canadian Pacific." "Not all of the co-operative social ists,' advocates of state sqciallsm and prepohents of what Is called 'community,' nut all the farmers, merchants and lumber associntions combinbd could transfer the Cfluadian Pacific Railway to the government, oven were tlie government itself will ing." the editorial insists. "They could eat lb up but they could not hold it a slpgle instant, as it is known today and as it is ot value to thorn today, after they got It.  *  * Canadians jieed not go one step beyond their own border to decide whether, a government-owned road can maintain its most valuable asset. It Is Just because It^cnhnot be done that par,t ot the prairie press has {tor some months past wished to mako ; up tho d^lclts of the goirerpment-owned roads by expropriating the Canadian Pacific's current profits. The Idea Is a chlmora, Tl^re would be no profits to divide up. ^ v "Less than one-sixth ,of the oom-pany's st�ck m owned by Canadians, less than ^ne-seventh of the iharei-holders are Canadians. Canadians are both honorable and capable In business matters. ' {"Certainly they would not dltturb that one security which hali contributed most, to tbe country's growth, .Md has by-ito stability and merits lifted Canadian Investmonts to a position of great repute ahd strength In the tinan-clar markets of the world, without �t least consulting these shareholders. "It they' did, no one would suffer more than the great farming olavesof the west, whose exporta would no longer receive price stimulation from a growing forcig|i investment market which constantly rectifies the inequalities ot adverse Canadian trade. bal-,anccB. Western Canada's deadliest enemy baa been the ghost ot single' ' tax. It has successt^Uy withstood tbi^t temptation to reaction and decay. On grounds of both good faltb -dnd expe-diency U will not trans-contlnentallie tbe Canadian Pacific." . v the sentiment was often expressed that it was the duty of the farmer to respond this year as never before to the call of the empire and that there will be Increased production, especially alvig certain lines is an assured thing. Intho ajatter ot hog production the Haymond dlstrMt can look i^wlth pride to its past achievements and alio at the present. By compiling tho number of farmers present and the number ot brood sows each .was raising, it was disclosed that the average was six to a man. It was thought that the average is as great if not greater throughout the entire district. That the local U. P. A. will assist tbe gov ornment Is certain. , During the evening James Meeks, a member of the well known rantihlng companyr stated that the Meeks brothers had raised sufficient 'wheat, beef and bacon during the year ot 1916 and 1917 to keep 2500 soldiers, George T. Wr'do, who was the local representative at the meeting held in Calgary recently to discuss hog production gave a report of the gathering. An. election of officers took place during the meeting and James S. Anderson was named president tor the ensuing term. David P. Fawns was elected vice-president and T. J. O'Brien secretary and treasurer. The I* directors- names follow: Clarence Smith; T. O. King, t. B. Hoberls, W. B. Nalder and DeLoss Lund. The delegates to the U. P. A. convention In Calvary were appointed as follows: T. O. King, J. W. Evans, J. 8. Anderson and James Meekg. Their  alternates yrttl be C. Smith, J. P. Salmon, N. A. Anderson and D. F. Fawns. After being delayed several times because of weather cond'tlons, the SkouEon garage has finally been fin-shed nndinow Raymond can boast one of the largest and most modern es-tabliiAments of its kind In the west. The building, measuring 50 by 110 feet is built eutlroly^ot brick and. Is fire proof as far as Is possible. The placB will probably be opened with a social of some kind. ^ SPRIIVa COULEE ,_JFrom Our Own Correspondent) airing Coulee, Jan.,23.-Theweath-er is still mlId-;for'mid-wlnter. Mrs. Chas. H. Kelley' entertained at a seven o'clock dinner Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Jolllffe, Mr. Ralpih Thompson and MlBB' Williams, iilio Mr. and Mrs. Crocan. The:big doll hanglnf In the window of the ;8prlng Conlee Trading Co.'s store was drawn/who had Just declared to his interested eb-workers that he had re-' ceived a raise in salary. Baby Marie stood also among them listening and her rejoinder was, "I got a raise, too." Someone, turned to the little child and said, "What Is your salary now, Marie?" Marie thought tor a moment, head on one side figuring, then very matter of fact, answered, "I think it's a million dollars.. Walt a minute 'till I go ask Daddy," and she skipped away to do so. "The Winged Mystery," to be shown "Bluebird Day" at the Empress theatre Friday and Saturday. Also Screen Magazine and Comedy. _ No greater film drama could ^e presented at this time than the one entitled "The Fall of tho Romanoffs." TONIGHT AT 8.30 LAST APPEARANCB HERB THE MAUDE HENDER-SON REPERTOIRE COMPANY IN The Tie Thtt Binds An Abtcrblno' Light Coffltdy Drama # Priece .....7Se, BOe, 28� MAJESTIC K -isrrr MATINEE AND NIOHT ONLY SAl., JBD. THE WORLD'S QREATE6T PgN 8HOWI A BIG HAPPY, SNAPPY CARTOON MUSICAL COMEDY MORE TRICKS THAN A THREE WNQ CIRCUS SINQINO--DANCING-LAUGHS ~" SETTING THE PACE FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY- THE ORIGINAL |WZENlMin[|l AT THE MA.TESTIC The Broadway beauty marts have been robbed'of their fairest flowers for the fashion plate ehorus of the newest cartoon musical comedyt, "Kat-zenjammer Kids," WMch will b'e, presented at the Majestic theatre tdmor-re>w, Saturday, Jjtnuary 28th, matinee and night. It is with pardonable pride that the management of the Majestip calls attention to the presentation of this big spectacular musical comedy with HAN-r AND FRITZ KIDy ^ BASED ON THC FAMOUS FUNNY qARtOONB A SHOW FULL 0�F NOVELTY AND SURPRISES A TREAT FOR YOUNG AND OLD, BIG AND LITTLE WITH A REAL FASHION PLATE CHORUS EXQUICITE GOWNS AND BEAUTIFUL OIRLS BIG, DAZZLING, OUTSHINES THEM ALL Pricea: Nights 9^M, 78c, SOc Matinee: Adulfa lie, BOe, Chlldrsn 28e RANK IMPERSONATOR" .Comedy TONIGHT AND TOMORROW, PATHE PRESENTt ^ **A LITTLE PATRIOT" FEATURING TjNe WONDERFUL CHILD ACTRESS BABY MARIE OSBORNE TONIGHT Prieee 10c-2Se Juliette Day in "Tlie Ri^boW Girl" A five act drama-built on a clean and Intoreating love^atmy. A pleturt �Hh an appeal to ovary member of the family from grand-dad down and ao aitaii in Its theme and In production that srandma cant find fauH. Alao ChaaMr 15-"Great Secret" ^ . ^; .. THEATRE MON., 2 Nights Starting JAN. RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF ALBERT BROWN ,ln the icheol It Sunday. Tbr alelgutng being good, M(WDAY NIGHT .REVIVAL.OF "THE WHITE Brltlah Secret Scrvfoa Play With Mr. Brown In the Role of the Eegllah Datectlva. . TUESDAY NIGHT PAUL KESTER'S COMEDY "The Love of a King'* Theaa Who Saw Thla Playi Will want To Sea It Again. Othera Should Sao lb BATS NOW SELLING Friect SOc, 7Sc, $1.00, $1.S0 EMPRESC . Frankly nFarnum in The Winded %st^ TJUNIOHT AND TO-Jl J " ~ ~.v MORROW, lOo-ilSa^^ IT'SXbLUEBIRO. "Otratta more playa like Bluebirds", patroiu of the Bmpresa are saying to,the mw�seme�^ Aa eaoK recurring "BluoMrd Day" ta passed the public are more and more couvlncedof the eyenexoelleSws^'lliM' productiona. ��� � ~ > ^-'S^^'ii 32 ;