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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKOXKSOAY. FKHHl'AHV 0, 1918 niK LKTMHMinr.F. DAILY IIKMALD PAGE FIVES Canadians Penetrate Hun Defences in Two Places *_* * * v > : > v v v v v v V 4~4 AGED ROMANOFF GRAND DUKE DEAD ? I (Hy tit, Ciwmdhiu Oversell a t.'orrus-pnndiml.) beintf discovered. It- then bombod its wav Wto the troneh. The Germans Canadian Army .Homh,u�rtM-h, |.\,b.i withdrew Mora the raiders, but main- 1 I tulnnd 11 HtIff opposition. Two hours later, after receiving KUppori 1'rom an nrtillory bombardment, (jcrnian rjiiders came across No Mtin's land in ntrenj5l.l1 in the Meri-( ourl-Aviun sectors. They mot with h.ich a vigorous rwenMoir from oil J' rifjn and niaehJuo snur* that they wore. IYutcmI to retire with heavy casualties. They left five prisoners in our hands. At* fi.UO tliih morning the peeved C. -UaidiiiK tho enemy lines north of Lrnx. the- C-uiiatllun troops Ian/ nJ#hl, supported by our artillcry succeeded 1.1 penetrating the hostile front lino in two places. One parly j;ol within 20 yards of the enemy -wire, \vh*m it wai; if ir covered and hea\ iy l..-nbed. The f-nr-my also 'tp.-i;. d a barrage: on our lino;* but desmie *> > c __________u... or and two man succnodod in niflhliw 1 oncmy hoavlly bomharded St. Kiri-the position. Tho othor party ro! with-1 lie aontor with Khk Khnlls and nign in tm vurdu of tho enemy lino bofort* o.\j)losivoH( but no attack developed. s EFEATS THE REDS _______1... liattle Lasted Two Days and Several Hundred Were Killed sovcral hundred wero killed during th� fiRhtiiiff. , A nnnihor of fufiilivcs from tho Uod (CJuard forco dofoatod by the White iGuunl in thin baltJe have arrived in Sweden. Considerable stores of ammunition and artillery wero accumulated in UJeaboiTf. (ieneral Mannorhoim also lia.s taken Tammerfovs, about 100 miles norLh-wes: of IfelsJngXerH, according to a nd the joy is its harmlessntfss. ! A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia-pepain will give you a hundred dollars worth of satisfaction or'your druggist lianns you your monVy back. It's worth its weight iu gold to men IlikI women who ca .l't get. thru' stom-ilcIib rcgulafcpd. It ie'ongs in litinie1-should alwiys bo k^pi handy In csee of a sick, sour, ups^*. stomach during the rtny or night. It's thu rjuickest, surest and most harmless ttoiuach ^egi tator in the world.-AAd. j i^uilihridge will receive attention | from the Military Hospitals Commission looking to the possibility of -28-i tablishing a convalescent hospital for ^returned soldiers here. W. A. Uu-� fliunati, .M.P., recently took the mat- ier up with the commission with the result that S. A. Armstrong, operating brad of commission, will visit !�ethbridge within the next couple of weeks. Mr, Buchanan has , informed ih, city council of the impending visit and the commissioners are now busy collecting data as to available sites, etc., to lay before Mr. Armstrong.. The Financial Post, a very well informed financial journal, just to hand, contains the following despatch from Montreal: , ' In railway endcs here it is ox-icclcfl that (h^ government will take o"cr the (Irand Trunk as well as the i Grand Trunk Pacific; and operate these with the Canadian Northern and other govern in en) railways through the Hallway War Hoard. "The Grand Trunk, so far as the Financial Post can learn, seems resigned to this action, as the probable arrangement -will he a government guarantee of dividend payments, all of which will have to be passed for lit 17. The Canadian Pacific will retain its identity but an extra tax will lake all excess earnings resulting from the increased puHHcnger and freight rates, which, it is believed here will be imposed." Washington, l-vh. t;. Secretary ol' War Maker's cto.s ''xaniinaiion before the senate; invi'-ji^jiiing committee was begun in public today by Senator Weeks of Mas*m huselts. Republican, in connection with I ho number of troops to be sent abroad this year. On January /. .Secretary Maker said, more troops had been transported to: France, including both non-combatant audfr fighting forces, than had been j planned. j Secretary fiakei- and Senator ' Wcelts agreed ihat it was improper to disclose the number of American troops now in France. M i Transportation of fighting troops 'n'a be presented to the next of kin hi Great Britain. 1 The plaque will hear the inscription:, "He died for freedom.*' and t^ere will be a space for the name of the soldier or jailor in whose memory it is issued. I CHILDREN i ! Special Matinee Saturday Afternoon at 2.30 "MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH" MAJESTIC THEATRE FEATURING DR. HERBERT \, TRAVELUTTE, "THE KING OF HYPNOTISTS,*' THE MAN WHO SET THE WORLD A "LAFFIN" Years of study and travel in the far eastern lands crowned Dr Herbert I. Travelutte the greatest living authority and marvelous exponent of his weird and mysterious calling. He is recognized by the press and the public as being the King of Hypnotists. Dr. Taneaut, the Celebrated French Scientist, says: "Dr. Travelutte is -without doubt tho piaster hypnotist of his day." Supulpa, Okla., Daily 'Argus: "Dr. Travelutte presented the best Hypnotic performance ever witnessed in this city. MAJESTIC fH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY The United Producing Co., Ltd.f Present* a Supe'b Revival of America's Greatest Comedy-Drama, NIGHTS STARTING Tonight Last Time WONDERFUL EMILY STEVENS In the film drama of the hour : > * * * * .4 O V > ? WADDiNGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS ? CLOSED SEASONS FOR LOESTER AND SHAD St. John, N.R.. Feb. The session of the International Fisheries Commission was brought to a close this morning awl Chief Justice Hazea announced- that it would adjourn to meet in Seattle on April i'. A prominent Maritime Province fish merchant, who appeared before the commission said that unless drastic measures were taken shad and lobster fishing would be eliminated. He suggested closed seasons for three or four years. �> > > : > > > 8th battalion; Sergt. Fred Arthur Smith, 15th battalion; Sergt. Win. Gordon, 21st battalion; Sef$t.Tj. S. Craig, 111th battalion; Sergt. Roy Burnett, 19th battalion; Corp. Francis McGec, 3rd division machine gun; Corp. W. Chad�wick, 3rd battalion; Pte. W. N. Jusweahls, 3rd battalion and John J. Dillon, 50th battalion. LABOR RESPONSIBLE Washington, Feb. 6.-Responsibility; for the success or failure of the gov-r riynent's r.hipbuilding program was put on labor today by CharleH Pies, vice president and general manager of the emergency fleet corporation, in an appeal for shipyard workers. CALGARY FOOD SLACKER FINED Calgary, tab. 6.-The first conviction here on the charge of disobeying the food controller's orders was recorded today when A. Anthony, proprietor of a restaurant, was lined $25, for selling bacon to a customer- on Tuesday. J, A. SMITH - - AUCTIONEER A man in the Hinted States 'who 1 was grumbling about the war tax on letters was pertinently asked, "Would you rather pay a cent extra, or have  -he Kaisers picture on the stamp? screen than on the stage is Fannie Ward, the dainty favorite of England and America. She has appeared before no leas personalities than the King and Queen of England, and has made a number of trips across the Atlantic. Her entrance into motion pictures was in the Paramount photoplay, "The Cheat." which has made snch nn enormous success throughout the country. In this production, she has playing opposite her the great Japanese actor, Sossue Huyakawa. Since then she has appeared in a number of other popular productions, but undoubtedly has done nothing since i'Tho .Cheat" equal to her performance in "On the Level." This is the story of the daughter of a sheep ranchman out West whose father is killed hy raiders and "who was left to fight her battle against the world alone. Through her help in redeeming a drug fiend, she finally falls in love with her patient and then complications begin to arise. It is not quite fair to tell you the story, so we would suggest that you see "On the Level" at Starland tonight and tomorrow*. ONE NIGHT TUESDAY 9 only FEBRUARY IRVING BERLIN'S Musical Ragtime Riot of Songs, Dancing and Fun MUSICAL COMEDY'S ONE BEST BET. SPECIAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA 30 BEAUTIFULLY GOWNED GIRLS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION INTACT THE MO$T STUPENDOUS ATTRACTION EVER IN THIS SECTION COMPANY OF SIXTY AT THE MAJESTIC "Watch Y,pur Step," one of the verv best musical dancing plays that have been contributed to the amusement) 0RPfi?Um Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Box Seats $2.00, $2.50 Secure Your Seats in Advance and Avoid the the rush at box office so that all can be seated 'when curtain rises at 8.30 SHARP. Seat Sale Opens Tomorrow at Box Office. Tonight and Balance of Week. Price* 25c-50c and PictiiFes "Gloria's Romance/' Latest Current Event* and Mutt and Jeff Comedy and Oth era. 73 ;