Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, SKl'TlCMlU'll 21, TITO MAII.T PAGE FIVE Caljury, Sepl. was rccclT- In ULU lasl nlghl llml llio ble confercDce ol Irlbuuil uuil military ol- wliU-h was to have licen held In Ottawa 25 lor ULO jmr- IJO.HC of coiuiiJdlng arrangements for llio enforcement cf llic Conscription Act, lias been Ccluuel McDonald, D.O.C.. anil Ma- ]or Johnson, A.U.M.S., o( iary Dis- trict No. 13 loll Qilgary on Friday to attend llic toutm-nce, but unly got as tar as Itcgfna, when they wero nilvls- eil lint Hie voulereuco Iiacl been iwst- poncil. Tllcy arc now mroule back to Calgary. No reaROU has Ltcn given for Uio iJostponeuioiil. uul military men liciu Ati not think Uial it will In any way Jeby Hie enforcement of tho MllUary Service Boulton's Auto Livery WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IM THE LIVERY BUSINESS. Phone 12O6 Shows Hope of Victory (Jone itnd is Allempt (o Join League of Nations WOOD IS NO SURE IIASIS The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery riioiics: OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 797 followers' Anto Livery (Day ind (Might Service. I Stahd at Wlllte Lunch I I Vhonc 1127 I HUTOLiVm CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE DRAYING Phonei 1345 or 135B Turner Witchell ?rflce >1 .Kennedy'i 410 13Ui SI GoalC.O.D. DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. J. D, Thoni" Ferjuion Phone 330 DRAYING O! WcsternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight B'.udi PHONES Office I Home. Kent. j enUre Literal contlnuea lo at- tauh DJO rcjillCB ol ticrmany and Aus- trla lo iieaco proposal as a "unique example ol revolting cynic-lam." The Corrlere D'ttalla has motliJleJ Die tone nf Its comment from t-rJilclsm lo thai nf mild It cays that Ilie re iiltes. p.ltlioush reticent la present ad- hcsfun Iu (lie papal can Lc considered as evidence ol tho success oT Hie iiontlilcal Inttlativo. The fame jjQricr rcmarka that the evolution no- ticed In- Germiiu public opinion to- wards ,peace, and In favor of e more democratic government la not likely IP be arrested. London Comment London, Sept. London mor- ning papers arc almodl uminlraous re-, gardlng the replies of the central em- pires lo (ho pope ns vague, hypocritical and liojiclcss ami nil the more tea EC n why Hie shuuld be urosccuteil to cerl.iin victory. The Dally Mall declares that llic ob- Jecl of ilie new German njanoeuvrc ta clear, Uiat tho enemy fears Field Mar- shal Hate's victorious troops and Ihc future appearance or a yreal Ameri- can army In France. "Above nil." continues the paper, AJie tears thai Ihe allies, stirred, to energy by President Wilson, frill at last apply commercial and economic pressure, which, it properly utilized, mfghl long since Lave Iho llolicuzolleni system down Lo ruin. "With HID lloUenzollcrna1 and Rang of Ihem no honesL ablillne peDtie can TJC made." German Hope Gone, The Express, under the 'The Mad of declnrts that Germany no longer hopes for victory and forsecs alter Ibe war a. creation or a league ol nation: Irom MhiPbxflhD will be arid ing: "Germany's' reply lo Ihe pore Is a hid for membership in the league of nations. It nnt5L be useless to bid. .Treaties guaranteed by a Ilolicnzol- lern must' rcmalo "scraps of pajier" until, (he end of .lime." Pious Prefeislona. Thfi Morn hi ff Post; under Ihe cap- tion "An" Imperial nays: "The German, reply, like the Aua-. nigat, carefully revised to convey no different meaning of any kind whatever." The PosL says ft bas'.no doubt thai the "pious proresslouV1 in the Ger- man note will be cited by pacifists as evidence Dial the German heart has changed, adding. "Ibat, no doubt. Is llio rnnfn effect yrhlch the uncuons Iiypocrlay ol this latest German no'.e Is Intended to proxlilce.'- PosL declares Ihat the (rtck has miscarried and lliaL 1L will liar il- ly be worth Tilt 116.to iry'agatu. In (ho U says, "thcro nnllilne to ilo but go on tlie war'to Ihe Peace With Hohcnxollerns Impassible The Dully .Telegraph asserts: "Un- Icsg thcro are some sffins of peni- tence, some effort lo obviate .tho righteous ilntcstntloTis of the world there can be no approacn llo lhat ideal of -friendly comity of (rcc ual- Jona of ci worlrl Irco Tor demo- cracy, ID ivlilch WR, America and ill Iho other allies' Tlie Daily Telegraph says lhat Ihe German emperor may speaJe of un- li devotion, to peace, but ivbal the world cannot forget are such lQua as (ho UjaitanJa, tho B of Ertllh Cavell and Captain FryaH, Argentina, the persistent cvl- denoc ilouble iletllng (n all Ger- .any's relations, with America, (he constant fllacovcry ot new- Instance of had faith and pcrlldlly on Ihe pnrL of Gorminy'a. neenU, H can- not hcJn but rrtriembcr how blatk Is Ihe Teutonic The'Telegraph is unahle to Imag- ine any satisfactory negotiations with the JIolreniollerriE. The UoHy XcwS thlnlu that "some- thing has clearly happened to llio diplomacy which the pros- pects of disarmament at The Hague conference when -11 cornea forward to- day to propose disarmament under Ha own name." The paper adds Uiat It would have been more possible ID credit the sin- eerily nf the Oerman cmperor'B now pisalon for peace'tild he nof chosen to preface II with protesln ol lilspHst devotion (o the same Ideal. "In the nf what we now ?aya tho Dally "these aro not (o mlnco tho words 'bypocrliical nvimbiig.'" 1717 The'- Atlas Transfer ItaggitKc Express COAL C. 0. Office >t Frank Shoo 237-f Wall (ifl you Ha Ihc .OLOSMOBILE. Investigation Into Miners' Wages is Now Being Held Tlial represtntatlous have been made lo Fuel Coiti-roUer O. .A. .Mag rath by Hie coal operators of the dlMrlc! for a higher price of teal at iho pit mouth is Indicated by (lio fad tlinl Mr. Magratb will shortly visit ihe district to take up Hit chilm of the operators. Mr. Miigrulh lias been In Vancouver fixing the nrlio of coal lo llic touauia- crs there. AL Iho time of ILfi resumption of work alter llic strike in this Acid, the Increased iho price ot IUUH> trom HKHHO mines to at tho rolue. It was then slated that llio was only lemjiorary. anG thai It lliero nas any loss at ilils prke owing to the Increase Ju wage.f granled In lie IWMT agreement u-lih Hie miners, Die price would have to Evi- dently (lie oiterators are noiv asking for an increase. An Investigation Is likely to bo hold In LeihtrJdge shortly Into ilu- cost ol UTIUB for tho purpose of tlocMiue whe- ther or nol the miners should have :i Itay Increase. At Ihe nine o( signing tlte las( agreement It was di-dile'l be- tween tLe operators auJ Jn- veallgatfons should tie hold from iJme to lime and iho wagon would lie pel according iu the have n full rango of m'.ichine.s an'I records. A full rariRe or Anibcrola machines and records ahvays In sloch. All Kdtsou rccorJa tire IndeatnictlWe. 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