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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LRTimWDGK DAILY HKttALt MAY May The peace treaty just signed between Rumania mid the Central Powers consists of says a Vienna dispatch The first clause deals with the of peace and friend ship and reads Article AustriaHun Bulgaria nnd on the onb nnd Rumania on the declare the state of war ended and that the contracting parties are deter mined to live together In peace and Article nnd consular relations between the contracting par ties will be resumed immediately af ter the ratification of the peace The admission of consuls will be re served for n future Demobilization Clause of the Rumanian Article of the Rumanian which is now pro will immediately after peace is be carried out according to the prescriptions contained in articles 4 and Article regular military the supreme military authori ties and nil military institutions remain in existence as provided by the last peace The de mobilization of divisions eleven and fifteen will be continued as stipulated in the treaty of signed on March 8 Of the1 Rumanian div isions one to the two infantry div isions now employed in in cluding the Jaeger battalions which are the remnants of dissolved Jaeger divisions and including two cavalry divisions of the Rumanian army will remain on a war footing until the dan ger arising from the military operat ions now carried on in the Uk raine by tile Central Powers ceases to Peace Strength The remaining eight divisions in cluding the shall be maintained in Moldavia at the reduced peace Each division will be com posed of four Infantry two cavalry two field artillery regiments and one battalion of pion together with the necessary tech nical and transport The total Undertaking 20 per cent Discount As prices are advancing fre have bought an ex tensive stock in order to protect the public we Invite you to call and see us before COUNTRY AND CITY ORDERS RECEIVE OUR USUAL PROMPT ATTENTION MacKay and MacKay 803 3rd Lethbridge Phone 1802 Never Closed number of tfie Infantry of the eight divisions shnll not exceed men the uitnl hnmber of cavalry shnll not exceed 3200 the entire artillery of the Ritmnnlnn npnrt from the irioblltf divisions shall not exceed the divisions remaining mob ilized in in case of bo reduced to the same standard ns the eight divisions men tioned In article All other Roumanian troops which did not exist in peace times will at find Of their term of active military remain as In peace Re servists shall not be called up for training until a general peace has been Article five deals with the custody of machine small horses it is shall be given into the custody of the supreme command of the Allied forces jn Rouninnlu until the conclu sion of a general Article six provides that the de mobilized Roumanian troops must re main in Moldavia until the evacuation of the occupied Roumanian Article A general staff offi cer of the Allied with will be attached to the Roumanian commander in chief in Moldavia and a Roumanian general staff officer with wll Ibe attached as liason officer to the chief command of the Allied force in the occupied Roumanian naval forces will be left their full comple ment and insofar as their crews are not to be limited until af fairs in Bessarabia are cleared where upon these forces are to be brought to the usual peace Article nine provides or the re turn of shipbuilders to their usual Clause three deals with cessions of territory outlined in articles eleven and Article regard to Do according to para oae of the peace is to be added by the fol lowing stipulations are laid down Roumania cedes again to Bul garia frontier Bulgarian territory that fell to her by virtue of the peac treaty concluded at Bu charest in A commissioncomposed of repre sentatives of the allied powers shall shortly after the signature of the treaty laid down and demarcate on the spot the new frontier lino in Dob rudja The Danube frontier between the regions to Bulgaria and Rumania follows the river Thus the demarcation shall take place in at low water Rumania cedes to the allied powers that portion Of Dobrudja up to the Danube north of the new fron tier line described under section A that is to between the confluence of the stream and the Black to the George branch of the The Danube frontier between the ter ritory ceded to the allied powers and Rumania will be formed1 by the river The allied powers will un dertake to see that Rumania shall re ceive an assured trade foute to the Black by way of Tchernavoda Cohstanza The Frontiers Article eleven says that Rumania agrees that her frontiers shall under rectifications in favor of Austria Hungary as indicated oa the and continues Two mixed to be com posed of equal numbers of representa tives of the powers concerned are im mediately after the ratification qf the peace treaty to fis a new frontier line on the Article in the ceded regions in Rumania passes without indemnification to the states which acquire these Those states to which the ceded territories fall shall make agreements with Rumania on the following points Firstly with regard to the alleg iance of the Rumanian inhabitants of these regions and the manner in which they are to be accorded the right of option with regard LORD LANSDOWNE STILL A PACIFIST May House of Lords toclny n donate arose on the pacifist in tho course of which the Mnrnuls of Lansdowne nv j iterated his opinion that pence would 1 never come except by i Those expecting that peace would i come through n knockout he were unable to tell the conn i try how Hint blow would be i or the cost of delivering 1 to the property of communes split by the new frontier thirdly and fourth j ly with regard to administrative ami i judicial matters with regard to the effect of the changes of terri 1 lory on No Indemnities Article thirteen declares that the contracting parties mutually renounce indemnification of their war nnd special arrangements are to be made for the settlement of damages caused by the For present posts and telegraphs will remain under military administration and in accordance with proper be at the dis posal of the authorities and popula As a general rule the Rumanian courts will resume jurisdiction in the occupied territories to their full ex The allied powers will retain jurisdiction as well as the power of police supervision over those belong ing to the army of Punish able acts against the army of occupa tion will be judged by its military tri and also offences against the orders of the occupation administra Persons can only return to the occupied territories in proportion as the Rumanian government provides for their security and ENDLESS CHAlNofWEEKEND 789 BARGAINS RAIN CO A TS TO THE i Voile Beau tiful styles in fine voile em fronts and lace All Values to and FOR MEN AND WOMEN New Styles in Tweed Raincoats for men and women in belted nnd raglan Splendid values at fi PA PUBLIC AUCTION OF Shorthorn Bulls OF PATRICK A OF BEING CALLED I HAVE PURCHASED THE BUNCH OF BULLS HE HAS HAD ON EXHIBITION AT AMD AM OFFERING THEM ALL FOR SALE BY AUCTION AT PINCHER ON llth 1918 Starts at 12 oclock Any one wanting an exceptionally fine animal would do well to attend this bom redwith born honi born lied born Gold dark born red born born July red born red little born Bandaiiian born Scottish born IHllv April PULLS CAN BE SEEN AT BERRYS LIVERY PINCHER Owner Auctioneer Prince May war with its changes is having its effect upon the fishing industry of the Pacific As re sult of the war there is anew branch of the business here being Where formerly millions tons of flatfish like the witches and skate were allowed to live out their existence on the great sea banks which lie off this port and abound in these kUids of now a toll is being levied of these for the purpose of contributing to the main tenance of the people of the western parts of These fish are very valuable from the standpoint of qual ity and have constituted in Europe and other parts a very large part of Uie fish supplies for In this the halibut and salmon constituted the main supplies of fish and have done so for many As long as these were readily obtainable there little like lihood for the flatfish referred to find ing a place on the markets for a con demand required to exist be fore these fish could be economically taken for commercial Out of the ports of Great Britain there are thousands of vessels used in the trawling business taking fish sim ilar to those found off It is cer tain that from now en these flatfish will constitute a very important item in connection withthe food supply of western as they are of excel lent quality and can be placed on the markets of the prairies in the best of The pressing need for foodstuffs especially beef and pork made it possible to introduce these fish into western There is a great deal still to do in the line of popularizing these for only a small proportion of the people have learned thfe value of these fish and especially at the prices ai which they are being placed in the hands of the consumer under the arrangements entered into with the Food These flatfish under these cirrange ments should reach the hands of the consumer anywhere in the prairies at not more than 11 cents a while verious round fish taken with them in the trawl like ling rail grey cod and whiting are at not more than 12 cents a The Food Board after very careful investigations arrived at the conclus ion that these trawl caught fish from every standpoint offered the best sub stitute for beef and pork that could be found and accordingly its In Managing j Director of the Canadian Flah and Cold Storage Company the Food I Board has had a ready His company had British built steam trawlers available for immediate use and put one into commission to sup ply the Johnson had been brought up to the fish business in England and understood all details connected with the trawling end of that He has kept the steam with a complement about twentytwo men including crew and fishermen constantly at work on the These lie HO convenient to this port i that within a few hours after being caught this fish aro landed here and frozen ready for the shipment by re frigerator car to the About pounds is landed ouch In order that these fish may get to i the consumer in the best of condition Johnson has arranged to huve j them curried by wholesalers on the i They can therefore be tiliipiii il from the cold storages of these wholesalers us required by tht retail The fish have had their fins mid tails reinov before leaving here so there Is no waste us far as tho consumer la con the fish being ready for the pan us soon uii defrosted by placing In i cold witter which is the plan 1 The coiibiiraer should seek to get the fish while still frozen if the best re 1 fmits are to be i Not onlv aro these fish of good quality and a nutritious substitute for Ixifcf and pork but they are ecoaoiu ial for the Silk Service able silk waists of Jienvy wash featuring the now Tuxedo nnd roll col Fri day and Pique skirts of fine white Made up In Jr but ton Friday and Saturday Utility Of stripe Belt ed styles with short Friday and WEEK END BARGAIN Womens Raincoats of rubberized poplin In the popular beltod With close fitting Fine utility coats as they are both rain and dust Colors green nnd og Values to Friday nnd Saturday I J Ready for the White Shoe Season With Phenomenal Values Womens White Shoes Buttoned Womens White High cut lace Womens White High cut lace Womens White High low Womens White Slippers Low heel Womens White Slippers Rubber sole Childrens White High lace Childrens White Stitch Down Childrens White Slip rubber Girls and Misses White high Girls White Stitch Down Slippers Girls and Misses White rubber sole Girls White Tennis Shoes SANDALS Childrens Solid Leather Sandals Boys and Girls Solid Leather Sandals Youths and Misses Sol id Leather Sandals Womans Man second in womens lisle hos White or 45c Fri and This is one of two remarkable bed off White enamel link and Alaska Com Heavy enamel and brans coil spring aiid roll edge mat tress complete Mens 15 sample suits in Values to and Womens and Misses constructed of ho best grade Middy drill in the seasons best val Mens Work Separate pants in hard wearing worst Greys and nnd Boys Boys school shoes in sizes nnd 5 Val ues to Friday nnd Saturday Mens Mens French bal briggan Garment 75 1 Mens Merino Un Garment at I III III III 10 CEASE ALL HIS New May being questioned by District Attorney Lord formerly Gov ernor General of Canada and Lord Lieutenant of agreed to ab andon the collection of funds in this c6untry for charitable purposes un less they are directly connected with the He expects to sail shortly with his wife for Lord Aberdeen and his wife have been active heads of an organization as the Womans National Health Association of Ireland and an allied organization irnown as the Child Welfare with head quarters in New Boston and which has been collect ing funds for the as they of poor children in Ire His Lordships appearance before the district attorney was due to the failure of a Ijeneflt entertainment at Carnegie Hall yesterday under the auspices of Lord and Lady it which star attractions which had been failed to Lord Aberdeen was questioned by the district attorney as to the amount which had been collected by the fund and the uses to which the money had been He then according to the district to desist from any further Swan advising him that only collec tions for war charities were desirable j at this I The funds thus far Lonl Aberdeen according to the dis trict amounted to about When it was announced from the stage yesterday that the French Blue Pershings Miss Amelia and Charlie Chaplin would be unable to as several hundred per sons in the audience left after re ceiving the money tliey had paid for Lord Aberdeen acted as chairman j for the Lord Aberdeen wept to the district attorneys office today in response to a subpoena left at his hotel last i night at the Instance of the pro I PEPPINO GARIBALDI centre son of the famous patriot of fraternizing with French and British Genuine bears signature Train Your System through the to act na at a fixed time every The best habit in the world is the habit of Take one pill regularly more only if necessary until you Then you can stop taking them without trouble or This has been the goodhealthrule for fifty Small Pill Small Dose Small Price PALLID PEOPLE Uiually Need Iron in Try CARTERS IRON PILLS WINE Cold Refreshing Invigorating Lethbridge Brewing and Malting PRINCESS MARY VISITS CAMBRIDGE to Inspect the Womens Hand Army Workers fcnd to distribute badges and to them for thfctT The eerejnpijj took place at the Senate Princess and stripes to the land ;