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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT rilE LnTHBRIDGH DAILY IIKRALD fHURSDAY, MAYO, 1918 mS OF PEACE TREATYSIGNEO BY RUMANIA Amstentani. Mny S-Tho ppaic treaty just signed lietwnon Uumaiiia and the Central Powers coiiPists of eight clauses, says a Vieniui dispatcli ] today. The first rlausc deals with the ' re-C9tahIlsliraent of peace and frlead-ship and reads: "Article I.-Germany. .\ustria-Hun-gary. Bulgaria and Turkey, on the one hand, and Uumania on the other, declare the state of war ended and number ot the Infantry of tji^e elRht j divisions slinll not exceed 2O.i,"0 men; \ tho total number ot cavalry shall not | exceed 3200; the elifiro artillery of' tho Hilnianian army, apart from the . mobtln divisions shall not exceed i�,l>00 i men. The divisions rcmaiiiini; mobilized in Hessarabla. must, in case of deiUohillzation. bo rc hucd to the same standard as tjin ciglit divisions mentioned in article 4. All other Koumaninn troops which did not exist in peace tinier will at end of their term of active military service, remain as in iicnce time Ile-servisis! shall not bo E SIlLLAPACIFiSl London. May S,-In the. House ot Lords todny a delmte arose on tho pacifist agitation, in tho course of _____ .......... which the Maniui! Ronmanlali troops must rc- ' mined henceforth to live together in | ,,ain in -Moldavia until the evacuation ; lioace and friendship. j ot the occupied Koumaninn regions, i Article ^.-Diplomatic and consular : .\rtlcle 7.-A general staff offi- ' ""'^ on Uloceses. relations between the contracting par-! rcr of the Allied powers, with staff. I , , , '"osm" ties will l)e resumed immediately at-1 be attached to the Houmanlan Article thirteen deilares that tor The Ee to the property of comnuinea split by the new frontier; Ihlrilly and fourthly v,-ith regard to administrative ami judicial matters:; fifthly, with regard to tiie effect of the changes of terrl- the .�s win oe ^..^.lullt:u oii.iniiui.i-..> ui-,wiii (le auBCiieu lo uie nyiiui.iii.un r the ratification of ilic peace treaty, i commander in chief in Moldavia and I '""'ractlag parties mutually renounce le admission of consuls will be re- ' a Itounianiaii general st.iff officer 'ndeninificatlon of their war costs, rved for a future agreement. I wijii staff wll Ibe attached as llason I ''I'^'cial arrangements arc to be Demobilization ; officer to'the chief command of "the '"'f" s=e�lement of damages f the ! Allied force in the occupied districts. ''i">-^�''' ''.i' "'f w"''- : v\rticle S.-The Roumanian naval i l-'o"' tin' present railways, posts and of the'forces will bo left their full comple-� lP' j�-oporti^ eluding the Jaeger battalions whiili \ "(a) Rouniania cedes again to Bul-are the remnants of dissolved .Jaeger \ garia frontier rectifications, Hulgarian divisions and including two cavalry ' territory that fell to her by virtue divisions ot the Itumanian army will i of the peaci� treaty concluded at Uu-remain on a war footing until the dan- I charesl in It'll'.. " ' ger arising from the military operat- I ".X coinniission- composed ot repre- ' ions now being carried on in the Uk- ' sentatives of the allied powers shall j raine by liie Central Powers ceases to ; shortly after the signature of the | exist. ii-eaty laid down and ilemarcate on Peace Strength the spot the now frontier line in Dob- | "The remaining ei.ght divisions in- [ rudja. The Danube frontier between ; eluding the staff, shall be maintained j the regions cedfttj to Bulgaria and ; in Moldavia at the reduced peace Rumania follows the river valley, i the Rumanian government provides for their security and maintenance. SH FOR PRIIES Prince Ruperl. May C-The war with its wonderful changes is having its effect upon the fishing Industry of strength. Each division will be com- , Thus the demarcation shall taka plac� i ofth^v^rtherf ls''^n"w'brvnch imse.l of four infantry regiments, two , in autumn. 191S. at low water level. b siaess l enf beiL develone'i n- taken for commercial purposes, medmtely after the ratification qf he Qut ot the ports of Groat Britain peace treaty to fix a ne^v frontier line . jj.^^ fijousands ot vessels used in on the .spot. . . , , the trawling business taking fish sim-' Article 12^-Property in the ceded t, i,^,,^ ^.p,,. regions in Rumania^ passes witlioiu - ^i^^^ ^^^^ now cn these flatfish indBmnitication to tho states wliich , eonstltute a very important item acquire these regions Those sta es ^ connection withthe food supply of 10 which tho ceded torr lories lall ,e,tern Canada, as Ihey are of excol- sha make agreements with Rumania! ^^^^y^^^. Ue placed on the follow ns points: | ,,arkets ot the prairies in the best of "Firstly with regard to the alleg- j iq^^ iance ot the Rumanian inhabitants of i these regions and the manner in which they are to be accorded the right of option; secondly, with regard PUBLIC AUCTION OF Pure ired Shorthorn Bulls MR, PATRICK, OF PATRICK i SON, OF ILDERTON, ONTARIO, BEING CALLED EAST, I HAVE PURCHASED THE BUNCH OF BULLS HE HAS HAD ON EXHIBITION AT LETHBRIDGE, f. roan, born Oct. Lst. Itll'J. lied Star, llill7!i, red, Imrn Oct. tloih. HlHi. Gold Jving, 1189.'i.'i, dark roa:i, born Dec. 2ind, lOlt). Billy, 113712, red' star, born Nov. ;{rd, 1915. Bruce, 119(544, red, born July 20lli, Bllfi. Betterniade,MlS28'!, red roan, born Dec. ;!rd, liilfi. Red" Prince, lH.'lJS, red little .white, Ijorn Oct. V>lh, 1910. Bandaman Prince, 114945, red, born Doc. Gtli, I'.lKi. Scottish Duke, 111578, roan, born Doc. Sth, 191�. Prince, 1131!), red, (jorn, April lst, 191U, BULLS CAN BESEEN AT BERRY'S LIVERY BARN, PINCHER CREEK. E. C, PECK, Own'er J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer The pressing need for foodstuffs overseas, especially beef and pork made it possible to introduce these fish into western Canada. There is a great deal still to do in the line of popularizing these for only a small proportion of the people have learned , the value ot these fish and especially at the prices ai which they are being placed in tho liands of the consumer under the arrangements entered Into with tho Food Board. These flatfisSi under these arrangements should reach the hands ot the consumer anywhere In the prairies at not more than 11 cents a pound, while verious round fish taken with them in the trawl like ling cod, red cod. grey cod and vvhi!.iiig are sol.l at nor. more than 12 cents a pound. The 'Food Board after very careful investigations arrived at tho conclusion that these trawl caught fish from every standpoint offered the best substitute for beef and pork that could bo found and accordingly ii.':oinmend its use. Ill Mr. T. H. Johnson, Managing Director ot the Canadian Fish and Cold Storage Company the Food Board has had a ready co-operator. His company hart British built steam trawlers available tor immediate use and put pne into commission to Supply the demands. Jlr. Johnson had been brought up to the tiah business in England and understood all details connected with the trawling end of that industry. He has kept the steam trawler. ,l'anies Carruthers, with a complement about twenty-two men including crow and fishermen consiantly at work ou the banks. These lie so convenient to this port that within a few hours after being caught the fish are landed here and frozen ready for the Hhipment by refrigerator car to the prairies. About 12t),bO0 pouiids is landed each wook. In onlnr that these fish may get to the consumer in the best of condition Mr. Johnson has arranged to have them carried by wholesalers on the prairies.- They can therefore be shipped from the cold storages of these wholesalers as required by the retail trade. 'iTio fish have had their lioads, entrails, fins and talis removed before leaving here so there is no waste as far as the consumer is concerned, the fi,sh being ready for the pan as soon ais dnfrd^ted liy jilacing In cold v/ater which Is tho plan advised. The consumer should seek to get the fish while still frozen it tho best ro-imlts are to bo expected. Not only aro tUouo fish ot good quality and a nutritious substitute for beef and pork but they are economical for the user. New York. May 9.-After being questioned by District Attorney Swann, Lord Aberdeen, formerly Governor General ot Canada and Lord Lieutenant ot Ireland, agreed to abandon the collection ot funds in this c6nntry tor charitable purposes unless they are directly connected with the war. He expects to sail shortly with his wife for England. Lord Aberdeen and his wife have been active heads of an organization known 'as the Woman's National Health Associaiion of Ireland and an allied organization .mown as the Child Welfare Association, with headquarters in Xow York, Boston and Philadelpliia. which has been collecting funds for the benefit, as they announced, of poor children in Ireland. His Lordsliip's appearance before the district attorney was duo to tho failure of a benefit entertainment at Carnegie Hall ye.'iterday tinder the auspices of Lord and Lady Aberdeen, it which star attractions v.-hicli had been advertised, failed to appear. Lord Aberdeen was questioned by the district attorney as to the amount wliich had been collected by tlie fund and the uses to which the money had been put. He then agreed, according to the district attorney, to desist from any further collections, Jlr, Sw'an advising lilm that only collections for war charities wore desirable at this time. Tlic funds thus far collected, Lord Aberdeen said, according to the district attorney, amounted to about ?40,00n. When It announced from tho stage yesterday that the "French Blue Devils, Pershing's ^'eterans, .Mi:5s Amelia Bingham, and Charlie t'hapiin "would be unable to apear,'' as advertised, several hundred persons in the audience loft after receiving the money tliey had paid for admittance. Lord Aberdeen acted as chairman for the benefit. Lord Aberdeen we\it to tlie district attorney's office to-day in response to a .subpoena left at his hotel last night at the instance of the prosecutor. GEN. PEPPINO GARIBALDI (centre) son ot the famous patriot of Italy, fraternizing with French and Britisli forces. Train Your System through the liver, to act naturally, at a fixed time every day. The best habit in the -world is the habit of health. Genuine bears signature-. Take one pill regularly (more only if necessary) until you succeed. Then you can stop taking them without trouble or annoyance. This has been the good-health-rule for fifty years. Small Pill Small Dose Smail Price Usually Need Iron in tha Blood, Try CARTER'S IRON PILLS 9 WINE Cold Refreshing Invigorating Lethbrldge Brewing and Malting Co,, Ltd. PRINCESS MARY VISITS CAMBRIDGE to Inspect tho CambildgeBhlre AVomen's Baud Army Workers land to distribute badges and stripes to thoni tor th�iT cervlcim. The eereiimij^ took place at tho Senate House. I'rliicesB ' JMnr;i\ VrfflUAUJ UtC servJcitbiiUg'e'S .and stripes to tho land workers 9 732485 ;