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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATltaDAY, FEBRUAnY 9, 1918 rim LBTHBRinr.r daily meraLd PAGE FIVE! Calgnry, Feb. 9.-"I poslllvfily will not reco(;nlzB the iininii In the floso-dalo mine while 1 Htii opoiatliis 11. Fiirtlior, after TiaVIii)! losl my hi-otlioV and' some two hunilroci friends, .who Kiivo t.hoir lives flghdiiK ll'io Hijns. 1 win not under any clicuuistanrfii; deal with 11 committee of nun, no p�r cent, of whom are aHon cnrinlRs," dodiircd Kninlf Moody, opbratm- ot the Rose-dale mine at Dnimholler. who arrived In tli� city iilfflit from Ow �cono of (rouble. CAUGHT IN ICE FLOES lights all. IhougHt it for Now York State,- because It Is iindoiibteilly the blKgoat film sUeceas of the year." Showing at the ICmi'vcHR tliri'c days Btarthig .^Ionday next. French Girl* Wash Baltlefteld* Mud From Heroes' Shoes Qit)MKWllBHl':" bfjhhid llu!'lines Where the -Mllod foi-ces nro battling the Hun, these glils sluiwu In thi.i ^'ronch official Photo nre wn�hii)K feoldiora' shoe.?. Treueh mud and the miry ballleticld.h so encrual their/oot- iveur with dirt antt grime that no ordinary cleaning or brUBhing .will make them ap.-ilo fit foi- wcai-. So baclt I hey co to tbi^i Place behind the llne,s and I.>enoh t to work wa.shlng and Hcouring them until moist ot hem are ntfg. A wrecking tug'answered (ho signal.^ of distrc^^H and by the we at powerful pumifs i.-ppt the vessel afloat until shallow walnr was reached. . A survey shows that the cargo was bnrtb' daniogod and probably will be a total loss. Tin; holdsLwcre flooded. Say Huns Have Told Russia She Must Accept or Fight Toronto, Veh. !).-Arnold Dorah Plourot, cabling to the Mall and Empire from Potrograd says: "It is rumored again in ,Petrograd that t^e Germans have given the Kus-sian delogales to the Bresl-Lltovak )joaco conference an ultimatum to accept the German terms or bo Immed-iatoly attacked. There i.'i no confir than here. "^Insolence on the part of the Germans will meet a stiff front on- thn part of the Russians, There are some reasons for believing that an Immediate .separate peace will be reached. But the best informed ot the allies here bencve that TrotzUy will in.^ on a compromise at least. The point, on which ho Is sticking Is a luation of this,from Breat-Litovak. but! democratic formularegarding the con- If true, the l"3olshevlkl officials at Smolny Institute are certain that Trotzky will defy the Germans. "Trotzky's chief weapon of defiance Is the trouble In Germany the exact extent of which is .better known abroad quered provinces. There jieoms to he doubt that in ease of a separate peace, no matter what Its terms are, Ger-man> will get back hor soldiers now prisoners in Russia and have the right to buy what she needs In Russia." m HAS PLAN 0 HONOR VE AT THE MAJESTIC Irving Berlin's intoriuiilojial syncopated musical sij^eceH!,, In tlin" acts and seven MCenes, ontilled Watch Yotir Step, will come to tlie Mivicstic on Tuesday next. Fob. 11'. for a limited engdgement of one night oiily. Mr. Berlin Is the king of syncopated melody and the most .-iuiiccssfiil 'tt( (he latter day i)roducerK of things ntusii'al. Ue has given Ihe public Moini- of (he | most prolific aong- hlls tlic tiiodern i stage lia.t. known.- lie formed an idea that a niuHlcal show written in wliol-ly syncopated time would catch th o ? '> > EARL READING � REACHES THE U. S.  An Atlantic Port. Fob. .1).- ISart Reading, recently appointed British- high commissioner and Bpecial ambassador to the United States arrived here today on a British steamer on hl,4 way to his post. Beach recently wa.^ dispelled when Roscoo "Fatty" Arbuclilp. the Paramount comedian, emerged ^trom his morning plunge. Now the summ^ colony no longer- worrle.^, for "I'^atty i.s the most Inveterate ot swimmers and can be acen taking ills recreatlou In the Atlantic any limo J)e�weRn Bun-Uranttord, Ontario, has hit upon a rise and sunset on his leisure days, plan whioh pleaac'.s the men and might "Oh, Doctor!" Is Mr. Arbuckle's next oaHll>"1)e followed by oWier cities with ' I'aramount production af Starlagd on great satisfaction to the veterans, who j Monday and TUess'day. woiilc; like .some tangible evidence to '-- hand down to their children and grandchildren that they did their bit in the great war. Some men have medals 1 -------- and special tokens of recognition, but | t^'Cit 'ast night at the Orpheum, when none knows better than the returned All Ben Deb, exponent of thoiighT-men thom-solvos how many brave deeds have been done unde,r the cover of darkness or isolation and navcr came to official notice. The citizens of Brantford have prepared !i. "Certificate ot Honor" .which Is presented to every Brantford man who returns froth the front. It is engraved on Huhstantlnl paper, heauti-fuliy decorated with heraldic designs and the flags ot the allies and inscribed in the following manner: "Presenrod to ............. by the munlcljial corporation of Brantford, in grateful recognition of services rendered to Canada and the Etnpiro by participation in the struggle for freedom iind justice, as a member of Canada's Expeditllonary Forces. Signed and transmission, and iJr. Herbert I. Trav-elutte, clever hypnotist, opened an engagement before an audience that was both mystified by the demonstrations of psychic plieiioinena, and con-vul.sed hy the antics of the hypnotized subjects. The performance opened with a series of mental telejiathic demonstrations. Ali, not only answered the questions written by persons In the audience, without the who passed among them spoiiking a word to the medium on the stage, but returned sealed answers to the writers, after they wqre answered. Tixe big hit of the evening was the mlrth-producIng work of the hypno- ________ . ^ i tist who kept the crowd in an uprflar, sealed this day ........hy the mayor j as ho put his subject.^ through a course �: >: : > : : * * ? . 9.-M. McCansland, of tho law firm of Turnbull and Mc� Caualand, today received the appointment from. Ottawa as ijubllc represeu i tatlvo for Saskatchew;an under the | military service act. The duty of the j jiubllc ropresentntlvo will be to guard i tho national interest in connection' with the production of food stuffs an>l to cause appeals to be entered from decisions of any exemption trllmnal in-whicli due weight was-not given to any national Interests t BIG DAY FOR THEATRES �-- . Toronto. Feb. 9.-The first heatless day here was a big'day for the theatres, the movies, the billiard rooms and consequently the restaurants. Factories Closed Quebec, Feb. 9.-Air factories were closed today in' response to the fuel controller's cdal_ conservation order. The store keepers have been much contused by cohfHcting interpretations of the closing order, but most of them decided not to do business. POPE GRIEVED AT TUSCANIA SINKING What ihe Press Agents Say of stunts that would make a vaudeville troupe look to their laurels. Rome, Friday, Fob, S.-r-During the daily conference between Pope Benedict and Qardlnol Gasparrl, tho papal secretary ot state, today,"*thB sinking ot the Tuscaniii was the chief topic. The polntiff expressed'deep regret at the loss ot BO manybrave young lives i^nd expressed his foellng that prayer must be more fervent and constant. Ibnt the end ot the conCllet might be hastened, i WIVES /(re BARRED from TRIF> AT STARLAND  A list of the productions iu.whicli 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 hor credit a,larger assortment or one wltl\ a wider scope than Pauline Frederick, Paramount star and emotional actress. For those who have followed tho work ot this popular star It will perhaps he interesting to recall hor Paramoun',. producfious in the order of their appearances; "Sold," "Zaza," "Bella Donna," "Lydia Gllmore," "Spider," "Audrey," "The Moment Before," "Tho World's Great Snare," "The Woman fn the Oase,""Ashes of Bmbors," "Nanette of the Wilds," "The Slave Market," "Saplio," "Sleeping Fires," "Her Better Self," and "The Love That I..lves." The most recent Paramount photoplay in which Miss li"roderick ap-pearsMs "Double-Crossed;" a story of a young wife, which cs^rrie's a tren^n-dous fqmlnlne appeoL' This wIllTp-pear at Starland .Monitay and Tuesday. A reported shark scare oft Long AT THE EMPRESS Dainty Ruth Clffford, prettiest ot Bluebird stars, will app'ear with M'on-roe Salisbury in presentations ot "The Door Between" at the Empress theatre tonight only, when "Bluebird 'Day" is again in order. This attraction is based on Samuel Jlorwin's clever story, '-'Anthony the Abgplute, > and- Rupert Julian has made one of hls'most beautiful productions. Oriental scenes aiid scenery lend an added charm to the artistic presentation. Screen Magazine and (Comedy. Marcus -Looav, owner of America's Greatest Theatre Cllreult, says: "'The Masaue of r^ife,'.i's:'-'the one really different film-a genuine novelty that holds any audience breathleBs and de- LAST fflivi: TONIGHT I Montreal,'Fel>, l),-^J3arningH of the M'ayHgamaok' Pulp and Paper uom-pany for the year ended November 30, aOXTiSthowB a slight falling off as com-"pared with Ifllti, tho total before de-,lireclatlon and intercut being ?96�,a49, liKftlnst $07!),,SI!a the provlauB year. In Iiowover, the company doduoteil 100,000 from surplus account I'or busl-e'sM'profit tux. 'V. Can Not Accompany Cub Players on Training Jaunt Thig Year Chicago, Fob. 8. -r Wives of ball players and stocJiholdorB pt the club have been barrea from accoinpartVing the Chlcaso Nationals on the spring training trip to Pasadena, Cal., X^re^i-rtent Weeghumn said tonight, owing to limited transportation facilities. The squad will bo the Binallest in yearB. The only personB in flte party will he tho players; newsp^ipor men, Manogor. Fred Mitchell and the busl-neas manager. The players will be ox-pbctod to travel without trunlts. FLYING OFFICERS Loudon, r/'. 9,~LleutonBnts C. S. Hall, H. S. Koblnson, J, F, Thompson and li, G, Martin have* been gazetted riying officers Captain C. W. Stain-or Is gaistted general staff officer, second grade, and Major S. S. Burn-ham, third grade. Majoi:. O. H. Alt-kins, Captalp? K.'lI.vUIchardsoiiiand a. Ij. Sharp-have b'o.en gazetted flair oaptulna, atid Captain L.F.Stvlckliii.d of the forefltry Ijattftlion, is eunou " stuff lleulonuuU ; > Pauline m Double*. ^ro3sed ^QkmihioiintQiiciuns Monday  and - Tuesday AT STARLA?