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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1918 HIT! LETTIBRinr.F. DAILY HKliAT.n PAGE SEVEN The Terms Set Forth in Wilson's 1918 Speeches, Which Huns Say They Accept Horn are the It propositions laid �own by President Wilson, January 8, addressing congress: * 1. Opon covenants of peace, openly arrived nt, after which there shall bo no private International understanding* or any kind, but diplomacy shall p;-nc Independence and territorial integrity to great and small stales alike. MOUNT VERNON SfEECH 'I'lle president's speech at Mount Vernon July �( contained the^e pro visions: "There can be but r of political relationship, upon the basis of the free acceptance of that settle ment by the people immediately concerned and not upon the basis cf material Interest or advances of any other nation or people which may de sire a different settlement for th. sake of Its own exterior influence r | mastery. i The consent of all nations to ho ] governed in their conduct toward each other by the same principle'! of j honor and of respect for the common | law of civilized society that govern  the Individual c|tiz"ns of all modem! slates in their relations wi'h one j another: (o tho end that nil promises | and covenants may he sacredly ob-' served, no private plots or eon�plra-! cles hatched, no Hellish 'njuries . brought with Impunity, and a niu-tual'trust established upon the h-ind-j some foundation of a mutual respect I for right "4. The establishment of an organization of peace which shall make it certain that the combined power of free nations will check every invasion of right and servo to make p�acn and J-lstne the more s-mre by affording a definite tribunal of opinlo-i to which all must submit and by which every international readjustment that cm not le put Into 11 single sentence What we seek is the reign of law based on the consent of the governed and sin tallied bv (ho organized opinion of mankind." THE NEW YORK SPEECH On Soptember -7. addressing a public meeting at New York. President Wilson stated other particulars "as representing this government's Interpretation of Its own duty with regard to pence." He said: "First-The impartial justice meted out must Involve no discrimination between those to whom we wish to ho ]ust and those to whom we do not wish to be Just. It must be n Justice, that plays no favorites nnd knows no standard but the equal rights of (ho several peoples concerned ; Second-No special or separate Interest of any single nation or nny group of nations can he made the basis of any part of the settlement which Is not consistent with tho common Interests of all; "Third-There can be no league or alliances or special covenants and understandings within ' the general and common family of the league of natlois; "Fourth-And more specifically there can be 110 special, selfish economic combinations within the league nnd no employment of any form of economic boycott or exclusion except as the power of economic penalty by exclusion from the markets of tho world may he vested in the league of nations Itself ns n means of discipline nnd control. "Fifth-All International agree menls and treaties of every kind must be made known in their entirety to the rest of the world. "Special alliances and economic rivalry and hostilities have been the prolific cause in tho modern world of the plans and passions that produce war. It would be an insincere as well as an Insecure peace that did not exclude them iu definite and binding terms." INSTITUTIONS # : : : : ? , ... St. Mary's Catholic chur>-h .! thi> city for tho past fifi'-eu .m. . died of Spanish inl'lU'-iiz.i : �: *: : : > ? . -I and .ifin bushels of -A ie . iar wheat got touched !!.! r>,-frost and is not n �� ,ii i. ,! y .Most of the wheat wa i:- a: !.,,. Of the frost for greet,'. .. ; of It. was allowed lo rem an �,, r.'pi The vegetable crop-  . legs of a failure on tie- '!i;p :� n> t on account of the i u' worm , Deer featuring he-: ,t, vegetables. The turnip -"p v.. most ti failure at the \.,, j,,ni. t for tliis reason. IT SAVED MY (A 4' itrsiruu*. llm ti-t-, , frlatnv �fc�rM9tt. DilM, cj't.tnu '..e, i."f-.,. bibltt' fitt.ei, t\e. '*K *,'!. rtcitu,,, �k4 �tort�, CT /iDI-Bak C.O., '1 i Ifule, 1,'f .it-. EE Send tbU coupon, ntme ot paper tnd _ lc sttmo In 7.�m- ' Bok Co.. Tofonlo. for free trUC box* nzi-13 ARE IN CAPITAL SHAPE, HE FINDS Edmonton, Oct. 14.-Hon. A. J, McLean returned on Saturday from a trip or inspection among the various public Institutions under his Jurisdiction He reports everything In splendid shape. % j At the new institution at nod Doer thorn ore somo 75 patients and 40 moro are being moved over on Monday. Thoso convalescents from tho Ponolta Institution that are considered well jp\ the way to recovery and uro likely to bo released goon are Uka* to Ited Doer. TlMy have had some splendid crops. Mr. McLean reports. Tho threshing has been completed anil tho potatoes show an immense yield. At l'ouoku the potatoes will average ;,'(>(� bushels to ino acre, aa* tfenrs will be u total n~-ii 9 When will it end ? Thousands upon thousands, endless thousands, hold their lives cheap as the price of Victorious Peace. And we-as we watch from afar their heroic efforts- may we be able to say, that the little we at home could do, we have done; -that in so far as we could support them, lighten their burdens, bring them comforts, we have done it; -that we have striven unceasingly to shorten their stay in the Hun-made Hell; -that freely, fervently, unitedly, wc have laid our humble offerings alongside their noble sacrifices on the altar of Victory-and Peace. Another opportunity to lend your individual weight to the blow that will shorten the war comes with the offering of Victory Bonds About to be made. Let not the privilege to do your share find you unprepared. Iwunl by Cinui�'� Victory Loui Coaunilw* i� co-operatum wiui (h* Minuter of Finnc* t,( th� Pomiaion of CwwU, / 94 ?276 ;