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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HAH-Y HERALD PAGE FIVE Detroit. Mk-b., Dec. conccrniuK allied attempts lu dyii- umltc ratiroad tracks ami LrMt.cs nl NlulKun. Out., -was introduce il by iliuj government nt iho rcHunyitlon of (tic Irlul hero toddy ol Albert C. Kalt-i CL'hmldt ami five other persons on tonsiiinuy diarge. I Carl Schmidt, one of Hie fivo on trial v.-iih Kaltsi'hin.ldt-'was identified liy James J. JlldiUetu.u. of Kort Will- jam, Out., aa one two persons, who came to LEm in Niuifcor In 1915 j and in-iutrcd about the location ol tliei brhlge. He aaiil lie became suspicious cf the. Gfrusiui accent of Ms two vlslt-i era and informed (he, imlhorilles. j Enhrhni Kirkpatrlck, constable at' Nfpigoti saiil he met Schmidt anil UUH- tavc Stevens on the railroad track and warned them off. Ills suspicions became aroused, ho said and lie fol- lowed them to Port Arthur, Ont-, where they arrested. Stevens Is under Indictment not a defend- ant at tho present trial. government la believed to be Hearing comptcllou of its caso against KaUechmldt and bis five co-defend' tints. Attorneys for the defence have Intimated that Fritz A. Xeef, one of those on trial with KtJ-tschmldt, will take the stand In Ills !jehuK. CANADIANS MENTIONED Dee. iiou- lla'K's di-rtpatches last uhUjl miMiikHilns uiariy luin- dredB lor ilLstfngul.-Oied uat- hull service, Includes tbu fol- io whig (.'anatlians: (-'Ughl Lieut. Itaymond 11 trishaw; J. J. Maloiii1, lU'tjlna; P. O. Me- Nc Toronto; Hrig. (Jim. 0. S. LVnUon, Kne Capt. K. Mcul. 11. J. llay- Icr; W. I'. Hecckcr; A. r. Jolly ItaLulbluler; Lieut. Col. Luiusden; Major Clou. L. -I. sett. Paris, Dee. 13.---The Duhall. military Kov.'rn letter of (Jen. of Pariji. re- iigahist Former CuiHaux tint! asklu; of thi.1 of dejiuttes for hid nrom'iitloii. meets with a mix- reception from itublit-. as rr- v-jlkrteil in ihu Wli.lo ill many muses It is considered convincing, otb- ur> regard ia as dismounting. Mtirt'fil Semli'iit wriies: "DM the Ribut or I'ainlcvi AT THE MAJKSTIC 'is so thai It !s hardly po.-s- it) .--it drartiatii- production without feeling that you urc lakiiiK pan in OIK- tlio vvo'iidvi'fu! oYeiHi has ovor peneil. Seeiirx is believing and after nikj this massive play, its thrills und death defying, ntirvi- ratk- feats uf skill uud daiitm. il as It was .ill a dream 'that would be Tliose who enjoy seeing ylays of itie! virile, rcd-blocded Alaskan willt appreciate "The tho attraction will play tlie: MajpistJe t'jnlght, and foi' on Saturday. H is a; powerful story uf llu- Klondike, it's action taking place during iJic gold ry Inltiai? prosecution? -No. Then London, Dec. made by Gentian interests, n> install Tele- i UIIJL-.I funken wlrekaa stall cms throughout author-1 China have been frustrated, telegraphs the correspondent at Tien Tsin of the Daily Mail. The legation at Pekin has definitely established the position of the Jiarconi Wire-less tele- Krapli Company under the agreement sijaed in 191-1; Tho corri'spoiu'eiu :idds that arrangements had been made to ship TeU'funken malf-rEal from the United whore large It Is a (iayj went imid ixi ihcir search for ami abounds in thrilling eyi-iHk-j. at Iho .-line tlinp, ts together one of Ihe swixa'ft love told. stocks are available. TAKES OVER NEW London (Viff lleutcr's Ot- lawa Dee. KilvranVKemp today look over v the ailniiiiEstration of the Can- adlsm forces overseas. v v v New York, Oec. torpc- odlng of two Austrian battleships In the harbor of Trlest by Italian torpetfo craft on the nlflht of De- cember reported In a mes- sage-received totiy by Com- mander C. P. Flster, of the Ital- ian navy. The Information was contained in a telegram received by Commander Fitter from Cap- tain L, Vannutelli, the naval at- tache of the Italian embassy at Washington. GUTTED BY FIRE II was (he iloino business that brought lout tie- present move." c: H v re says the reason for this s that tho tetter has been mistaken for an IndU-tment, which It Is HIM.: nor was it intended to he. XJcn. J liali. it saj's, pimply shows tlio why lie believi'B there should bo ;i prosecution, leaving it to tha judicial ancc tranafelcd authorities charged '.villi the Lnvestt- monthly meeting of the school board J tremendously was George impressed gat ion to up an indictjnent or hold yesterday. The olfer made forjDy juiporCance of his work for not, according to the evidence oid jjalloy streiit school by Una George Richie that he is taking alt St. X. B., Dec. Dav- ids' Presbyterian church was gutted j by fire early this afternoon. Other but tho fire was then j business of any special import' (lie regular ATTHEOKl'HEIJM ficorgo Sintlli, tliO iulureil purler employed at thp (iraud Central sU- 1 of LoniliJicoor'- made Ma first lion in New Yoik city, Is about the on ibe stage at the Lyce- of that famous tlieaire, hiK the lim yearn of Mr. e's expL-riL-nt'C! in iliis country ho wi'Ji and supported Jiiraily all of the di-uinguHheU actors 1 anil wlu? gracud thti of iliat inclU'Jini; Kdwin IJi'Oth, Harry S'lllJvaii, K. L. iJavfiiport, tiiue and John McCulIotigli, '-s i well HA Charlotte I .N'eil.jL-n, Mrink. others. latest t'ux. comedy I ju bei-ame a star himself uiifl ivt-jkly. l land for years tourt'ti this 'country, th-; lesdipjf, rorts iu AT I the Shad'sjjt-iirean iiu-l draina Frederick Uic star of all of the ptiisoipul cities. To enmn- tun's tljo I'alho Oolil Rooster rotos would be to in which he to he seen ar; Ktar-jcuote she eutin- lAnge of the Kri-iyy and Saturday lias had a field, but haps liis success- iiiUirestitiK career. Ho was ux-re wou In tin- cJiaracters of King ,tory of lo [ir real life. .dually appeared hi mbl'oii fact, no pretentious a piuluro than "OloriaV Konianci-." the film novel in which Uitlie Hurfee is bciuK starred, George "workcil" In Ihe scenes shown in Chapter Yil.. the Orpheuin theatre will rim tonight, when David Stafford pretemls to leave town ill order lo Iran his wife. So born in and educated at ''City l.rar, Mat ijnt-i, hit-i) ;md Marc; Antony in Kicbclieu in i-.ulwor'is. iiiat name; gor In "The Mountebank" and Rlnaldo in The l.lon'a Moinh.' motion picturo eijierience lias ThLuihouscr Film notiliie success hL-r 4, 1SC7; played in. the stock com- iKiniw tin: nrinciyal cities of the con tit ry f or o vr; n yea rs, atid t u cumt .lo America, making his first theatre. Xew all lieen with tli Coriioratiun, his i "The Vicar uf crcil. Halifax, Dec. A suspected spy was" arrested on board tho relief steamer Xorlhhind, which arrived to- day from Itoston. He gave the name of Henry -Krc-ncb, but the, police as- certained that his name. Louis Vos- liurg. He is supposed to lio a ir lime. IUc--I5c Gloria's Romance "The Broken Two Reel Joker Comedy, Mutt and Jeff mi L-KO Csmtdy "Chlcksn Chased and Hett-Pecked." JOCKEY OF Five find VfvW I ;