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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J SATURDAY, KKHKUAHY !>, HMR w- - *m * THK LKTHHlUlXiK DAILY flKP.ALD PAGE FIVE ft 7-> ft? h 4 r**'* 'j 4 1: ,.,....... . at i 1 .1 t3 3, it 3fr "4 )ii;hi.-; .'ill. .1 l)i)URlU it. for N'cv. York ! Siatc. btiiiiusf ir is uiitinuhlrdly i-'m | ))i;-,gf;.->i Him Htn-ccss of titc SliowiiiK �t. flu* Kiiipn-s.-i tin ritartiug .Monday uoxi. 1 i 1'iir. da v - ' Calvary, K.) {;\a( t ; df*a| uUfi a enmmitUxi oi iu-11. wa^hii)-;' HnUlicra" slio'.-s. 'i'rciudi lnutl and miry hat.f (--rioM.s .so �m, their lout.-.vcar wilh dirt antl Kfin1'- t'a:it no ordinary cU-anin� or hrnr.hing v/ill inn he. tin ni a pa in fit. lor v.var. So l�a(;k llicy ffo ti> this plata* behind tho linos and French girts se t to work wnahUif; and .srnurinL,' iliem until nio:>l i-( ilh'in are atrain for use. Tho;a* too worn ro lio v/'>iUi .sending back to Hie !,olilii-rs :m the from are Hhipnod to ahun factories, where the good parts of the leather are utilized in the nianufuetur-j uf iojw *;li�)e:i. CAUGHT IN ICE FLOES An Allan-lie Por!. I'-h - Cau^Iil in \ct*. I'locti and h*1!' iidi'-; i-Mished in fore and an, Ihtv Spaaisii 1 ieanv:r Sor-anl of frrnnn and flour, was Ixvehed In the out*?r harbor Joclay. to nrev-ni t!.e. .-hip from xUik/HZ. A wrerUinn tn^** ans.wor>'d i iljfi 5-ignals of dintre-- aMd l�y tho \�se of nownrftil iiump1-1 i.ept tho vo.-^sol afloat until hhallow water was l-earh-e (1. A p 11 r v o y show: that t f 1 e ! ninthly will bo a tola! losn. Tin- lioM^ were flooded. AT THE MAJESTIC frvin^ I 'Oi'lin's i!.o orna; inoal  \ nco-pai'Od inustra I .^Ufo . in 1 iir .Mr. Kej'iin i., ihi' l;ina ��f n.-opai .mj HH')odv anrl the :no:-.t .-to-ee.- 0 |j 7> ii-.> r laitoi* day i�rodtioiM'x ol' thinf/s "oisii-a!. lie lias tfiven llie pilldir "'.- He 1'orMe-' an i:i--a that a ie.n.�:) fiie. most i-Uva.i':-- "^.'">:!"!}" '-,,10,. on' holp J':aV" Jho th"atre v.dlh ;i b�:i mu. May i; ilnr-.i ':j tiie role of M r �. S>'11;i; a s-eai^e o t-)y loihh!'';- (}\> r wilh a.-.od. inin-or i'nw- etl.eith and William houox tis !".\iiss \L:zy" and "Mr, Siuhbinn" ro- spoi ' i. i'ly. "the brtda! o;tjj/!'j" iv)u> are led 10 ih- 'iial'-or" a>. display rnai ability, and kepi. Ilia  andlean* at tho [ -*s in Iho jilav tiro . all e\ee!!enf ly poi trayed by a lai'Kc and capable on.-a. An e\ce!tont sco.nic ;.tre:!iv-!\.�t Ijit-ovsk juraee oonleroneo an ultimatum to accept tho Gorman torms or lie immediately atiaeked. Thoro in no confir-tuation of this from Brest-latorsk. but if truo, tho i'iolHlu'viki ofl'ioials at Smolny luslituto are ooriain that Trotzky will defy tho Germans. "Trotzky's chiof weapon of dofianeo Js iho trouble in Germany tho exact extent of which better known abroad than hero. Insolence on the part of the Germans will moot a stiff front on the part of the Husniaus. There are some reason? for believing that an immodiato separate poace will be reached. Hut tho best informed of (lie allies lion? believe that Trotzky will insist #ui a compromise at least. Tho point on which ho Is ^ticking is a do-mooi-atie formula regarding tho 0011-(|t:eicd provinces. There seems to be doubt, that in ease of a separate peace, no mutter what Its terms are. Germany will got back her soldiers now prisoners in Kussta and have tho right to buy what she needs in Russia." HAS PUN Paramount production at ritarlagd on) t r ] * : > > > v > EARL READING REACHES THE U. S. v ? An Atlantic Port. Fob. if.- Karl Reading, recently appoint-ed British high commissioner and special ambassador to the Tinted Stales arrived hero today on a British steamer on his way 10 his post. .% % a .> .> > v v ? I B;;neh recently was dispelled v'hon j Koscoe "Fatty" Arluud;b*. tho Para-; mount, comedian, imih rgod from his morning plunge. Now the' summeT : colony no longer, worries, for "Fatty" : is the most invetcrarr- of swimmers and can be seen taking his recreation in the Atlantic any time ^between sun-Jirantford. Ontario, has hit upon a j rise and sunset on his leisure days, plan whbdt j.loases the men and might "Ob. Doctor!" is Mr. Arbuckle's next o:tsily-1)o followed by oUier cities with great HatiKfaotion to tho veterans, who : Monday and Tuesdav wouh). liko some tangible evidence to ( ----- hand down to their children and grand-i AT THE ORPHEUM ] children that thoy did tlioir bit in the! ' groat war. Somo men have medals! f Ucatre-poers wore accorded a novel and special tokens ot recognition, but: treat last night, at tin- Orpheum, when nonP knows bettor than tho returned AJi Ken Deb. exponent of thougUT-men themselves how manv bravo transmission, and Dr. Herbert I. Trav-j deeds have been done under the cover i elutte, clever hypiu.ust. opened an of darkness or isolation ' and ne.vor! ongagemcnt before an audience that came to official notice j was both mystified l.y the demonstra- 1 Tiio eitivenV of Brantford have pre-j t�o�� of Psychic phenomena, and con-parod ;t "Corf if ion to of Honor" .which ; vuisod by the antics ol the hypnotized is presented to ovorv Brnntford man subjects. who returns from tho front. It is en! The performance opened with a ser-gravod on substantial ljapor, beautifies of mental telepathic demonstra-fully decorated with heraldic designs Hons. AH. not 011 iy answered the ques-and tho flags of tho allies and inscrib- j tions written by p-rsnos in the audi-ed in tho following manner; i once, without, the a^ntant who pass- Presonfod to ............. by tho ed among them spc .king a word to the inunicipal corporation of Brantford. in ; medium on the stauv. but returned TONIGHT 10c- It's a Bluebird. Beauties of the Orient, Reflecting the Land of Cherry Blossoms, In "The Door Between" Screen Version of Samuel Merwin's Fascinating Story, "Anthony the Abso* lute/' Dainty Ruth Clifford. Also Screen Magazine and Comedy, LAST TIMES TONIGHT PATHE PRESENTS OFFICIAL FRENCH MILITARY PICTURES "THE FLIRT"-Comedy FRANCE IN ARMS" THE BEST AND MOST INSTRUCTIVE WAR PICTURES TO DATE. heum THE GREAT r 1 rateful recognition of servient i'ondor-od to Canada and tho Empire by participation in tho struggle hxr freedom and justice, as a member of Canada's Expoditiinnary Forces. Signed and sealed this day tho mayor of the city. etc.. etc." lie writers, after 1 sealed answers to ; they were answered. j : The big hit of tin- evening was the ; i mirth-producing work of the hyimo-, tist who kept the erowd in an uproar, : as iie put his suhjert,- through a course I of stunts that would make a vaudeville TE Americans Discover Them At the-bottom of the certificate are | troupe look to their laurels. the When They Attempt a Patrol 9 With the American Army in France Fob. S.- t Associated Proas 1.--The Germans are using dogs in their from linos to warn thorn of the approach of patrols, opposite this sector. A German 'tpg "listener" early this morning provontod one of I he patrols from ex-ocuti7iga d.iring stroke. 'Two corporals who were concerned in it have been mentioned in official reports for their 4 spirit and coolness. The men were inspecting an omening in the wire when a dog. apparently (drained on the other side, began to bark. A dugout door opened quickly in a trench and a gruff voice was heard to say "ForUg" meaning ready. Suddenly a brilliant rocket went up and the Americans threw themselves flat on the ground just as a machine gun began to spit bullets in -their direction. A few foot away a heavy object, struck the ground. This was found later to bo a bomb which had been hurled from the (ionium trench. The corporals stayed where they vwe for soui^ time and listoned to tho (Herman soldio?-s talk among themselves. One of the corporals knows /Herman and speaks it, so what the Hernians said was understood. After the Gormans retired again to their dugouts tho. smaller patrol relieve^ the largo one, which soon after was the target for 15 or 'Ja shells', but no one was hit. Ucgina. Fob. ft.-M. MeCauslnnd, of the law firm of Turnbull and Met ('ausiand, today received the appointment from Ottawa as public rcpresen talive for Saskatchewan under tho military service act. The duty of the public representative will be to guard the national interest in connection with the production of food stuffs and to cause appeals to bo entered from decisions of any exemption tribunal in which duo weight was not given to any national interest. printed the following lines b\ Indian poot, \Z, Pauline .lohu:-on: "Few of you have the blood of kings, And few are of courtly birth. But none are vagabonds or rogues Of doubtful name and worth. And each has one- crfcdeiuial. *� Which entitles him to brag. You fought for Bight and Canada Ami upheld the British Flag." I AT THE EMPRESS Dainty Ruth Clifford, prettiest of Bluebird stars, will upp'ear with >fon-j roe Salisbury in presentations of "The I Door Between" at the Empress theatre tonight only, when "Bluebird'Day" is again in order. This attraction is based on Samuel Merwin's clever story, "Anthony the Absolute, and Rupert i .Julian has made one of his most beau-1 tilnl productions. Oriental scenes and J scenery lend an added charm to the-i artTstie presentation. Screen .Maga- ' HOW j FEATURING DEB Toronto, Fen. 0.--The first heatloss day hero was a big day for the theatres, the movies, the billiard rooms and consequently the restaurants. Factories Closed Quebec, Feb. i).-All factories were closed today in response to tho fuel controller's coal, conservation order. The. store keepers have been much confused by conflicting interpretations of the closing; order, bur most of them decided nor. to do business. 1 POPE GRIEVED AT TUSCANIA SINKING 4 t Winnipeg. .Fob, !).-For the first, lime in its history the Winnipeg street railway lias failed to meet its financial obligations to tho oily on the date fixed under the charter. Tho five per cent of its earnings up to December :tlf which, tinder its char-tor, the company must pay the city by the following February 1, this year has not boon paid. At a public meeting last, night the street railway company's counsel, ICdward Anderson. K.C., stated that the company was not financially able to meet the charge this year, amounting to approximately $09,000. Mr. Anderson stated that tlvs company was almost driven into liquidation last month. Reduction in revenue owing to the competition of the jitneys in Winnipeg is given as the principal reason for the deprociatiop in the street railway company's finances. Rome, Friday, Feb. S.-During tho daily conference between Popo Benedict and Cardinal Gasparri, the papal secretary of state, today.'the sinking of tho Tuscania was tho chief topic. Tho pointiff expressed deep regret at tho losi; of so many bravo, young lives and expressed his feeling that prayer must be more fervent and constant that the end of the conflict might be hastened. AT STARLAND 9 A list of tho productions in which any popular film actress has appeared would, without doubt, include a variety of subjects, but it is doubtful whether any screen star has to his or her credit, a larger assortment or one with a wider scope than Pauline Frederick, Paramount star and emotional actress. For those who have followed the work of this popular star it will perhaps be interesting to recall her Paramount productions in the order of their appearances: "Sold," "Zaza." "Bella Donna." "Lydia Gilmore," "Spider," "Audrey,.....fhe Moment Before." "Tho World's Croat Snare," "The Woman fn the Case." "Ashes of Umbers," "Nanette of the "Wilds" "The Slave Market," "rinpho." "Sleeping Fires," -Her Better Self." and "The Love That Dives." The most recent Paramount photoplay in which Miss Frederick appears' is "Double-Crossed," a story of a young wife, which carries a tremendous fqminine appeal. This will appear at Starland Monday and Tuesday. A reported shark scare off Long i zine and Comedy. ' � Marcus Locw. owner of America'.i j Greatest Tin aire Circuit, says: "'The; Masque of Life.', is the one really dif-; ferput film-a genuine novelty tlmi 1 holds any audience breathless and do- | Eighth Psychic Wonder of the World DR. HERBERT I. TRAVELUTTE "King of Hypnotists" ( �ul\ and Complete Show-Starting 7:30-Prices 25 cents and 50 cents. LAST �TIME TONIGHT V ONE NIGHT ONLY TUES. N EXT FEB RUARY IRVING BERLIN'S Musical Ragtime Riot of Songs, Dancing and Fun * - 11*1 � i i ./ v ^ t.**w, ^ i/be, tJUU �m - 4 H * ^ h _> H h * - 4 W � + t F - * 4 * * � * + 1 � � * ^ 1 * 4 * - h � h n h + n f h v � F 1 W t i 1 r � h � & n ^ � V h m. - 4 - h 4 WIVES ARE BARRED FROM TRIP I Can Not Accompany Cub Players on Training Jaunt This Year I h 4 . 1 . |*f . i'| i . I I Pauline m mm Chicago. Feb. S. - Wives of hall players and stockholders ol' the club have been barred from accompanying the Chicago Nationals on the spring training trip to Pasadena, Cab. 7Jresident Weeghman said tonight, owin^ to limited transportation facilities. The squad will be the smallest in years. The only persons in fhe party will be I bo players, newspaper men, Manager Fred Mitchell and tho business manager. The players will be expected to travel without trunks. -.ij: v.- ' 1 �, 4 i i + h 4 h _ � b_ + * - 4 1 . - - _ . - . as Double MUSICAL COMEDY'S ONE BEST BET. 4 + * I- !� ?ft ^yji )\ifumeunt(j)icUire fr 4i ' 4- h r * * j - h r 4 4 � r i - h n 1 8? * * i h V Monday AND PAPER CO. EARNINGS Montreal, Feb-, n.- Earnings of the WayHRamack * Pulp and Paper eom-pany for tne year ended November 'AO, 1017,\hows a slight falling off as compared with lOUi. tho total before do-pretdatlon and interest: botug $!>Stf.:Uu, aKainst $1)7!),362 the previous year. In DUti. Iiowever, the company deducted FLYING OFFICERS London, 1/ . 0.- Lieutenants C. S. Mall. H. S. ivubinson, J. F. Thompson and L. G. Martin have been gazetted llyinK officers Captain C. W. Stain-ov is tfazel.ted general staff officer, second grade, and Major S. S. Burn-ham, third grade. Major 0 H. Ait-kins, Captains U.'lL UichartUon i and O. L. Sharp have bqen gtizottod ftatf captain;;, and Captain I.i. F. Strickla; d Tuesday S TARLAND Original Production Intact 1 t ALSO ATTY ARBUCKLE in DOCTOR" TWO REELS Beautifully Gowned... THE MOST STUPENDOUS ATTRACTION EVER IN THIS SECTION "ft mpany 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 Now Open at Box Office / ;