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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, iF: THH.Y Kaiser Says Allies Must Recognize Them as Victors Arpjterdarn, Feb. peace, but before it can be attained, her enemies must re- cognize IhM .Germany been victorious. Emperor William said In reply to Jn address presented by the burgomaster of Hamburg on the conclusion of pesce' with the Ukraine- Trie emperor'e reply, as given In a Berlin seipiicTi, To! lews: "We have gone through hard) times. .Every ona hac had a bur- den to grief, trl- not the least, he Iwno you. .In him were combined and frlcf for the 1ft wr- rows. Kfteu entered pilfcs. Tba pointed out to us by a hard school the path by which vre. The iforld. hoivercT. at Jho eaiua lime haa uot been on right path. mans, wLo Mill have Idea If. should work to bring aboul btitler times. Wo should right Tor right nad Our Lord God wishes us lo peace, but a peace ivbcrcln the world strife to Uii vba( U rtelrt acd jood." he liable to DIRECT INTERCOURSE 4 Amsterdam, Feb. Trotiky, the UolsbeTlkl foreign minister, alluding Utvr lo the further discussions' ihal will nrlsG trout the situation trilled by (be ceil Ira I poven und Hus- eiu fur Lite etilHijlUbmecl or reciprocal diplomatic, consular, lejjel and ecouomle relations. Irjillcaled a method ol direct Intercourse between ihe gov- iTninenU i-oncemed as well or Ibe t-omnils- of the quadruvie alllanco v wtilth already arc P.I 1'Hro- Brad. Ifa.Ifai, Feb. Skime, chlcl eiTjrtncor of the Slearner Imo, testifying here tojay In the preliminary oiainlnp- Itufi before Stipendiary Mcl.eod, ql Captain Lemodec and I'llol Mackay o[ llio Mont HI anc flni) Commander ll..XM nil Huce cliarEed with iitiiEisUuglitcr. tolil (II. O'Hearn, counsel, that tho lalo Cap- lain Kroo, master of (he lnior ;i "nice, wan" anil toult] not say MOST CHARMING TUB .FABRICS AT "THE SAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. ot passion as counsel that bla father vas a Nor- wegian a iid bis mother til wo- man. lie hail been fa Hamburg, ue said, bul had no trleuila ID Germany. Andres Andertoa, KtevanL el toM Mr. O'UMm Uut of no lusa Lehvcau the late CapUla Frou nml tho L'ulied Stales offMali at Philadelphia wlicn thn I mo wan Chero last October. Captain be laid, vra.s a f.ilr and UJU, Ibe be had ever had. The t-ourt adjourned uulll Mondny May Take Duty Off the Implements Canary, Fib. ipecUl (9 dated at Ol- uyt the next of union' will be the of duties en all cultural ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agenti or Company'E Office, 270 Main St. Winnipeg. Kdimmlon. Keb, HoLavlaiu have Juvnilcd Kdponton In force and to tho number of nearly 300 will at- tend today anil tomorrow the annual coufcrenca of Holary district No. IS. The vis [tors, representing aLJ the clubs between tbc Great IjiUt3. mil the I niuuntatna, Legnn to arrive In the city Saturday afieruoon, and furlhor arrivals came in on Sunday trains. Calgary and ask a toon especially welt represented, the southern I having sent. ULI a delegation of more [than 100. Business Women ALBERTA needs business women. And where we need them mosl is not in bus- iness offices but in the homes. ,Whal we want is not so much a woman who can run a kitchen, as a woman who knows how much it costs to run a kitchen. The chief problem of domestic science is. how to take a cevlain income of money and live up to it; not. over it'and. not necessarily under1, il, jjowtlo make all of your bills balance lhat cer- tain amount of cash. i Naturally the only way to do lo plan your expenditures. And the only way to know Ins cost of what you are going to buy, is, to compare (he prices at which olher people are selling. Tlww. comparative prices are published in the advertising columns of this paper. shrewd men hant hides his light under a bush- el. Whenever he has anything good lo offer )du, he puls il over his signature. So the first thing you gain by following the advertising is a choice always the best that is being offered'in each line. And when these merchants realize that so many ol'you are using Iheir advertising day by day as the basis for your buying, you may depend upon it ihey are going to stretch e.very possible potnl to maintain your interest. Jf you will follow this plan for a lime, you will find lhat you are merchandising your Home iii the same way that these business 'men merchandise their stores. You become as shrewd at buying as they are, Your books will begin to balance, and you will discover'.that you are the head of a big, successful institution a Prosperous Home, forget U a4nW kiitMi to !e! HcraU M Me aher Its ititiMerr ud Wftce wpphi. H CM frre Lin the right tkaf, at tke riffkt at London. Britllh detlroyer Boxer wai iunk on night of February 8 In Eng- channel at the retult of a colllibn. the Britllh admiralty announced today. One man It mlu- Ing. SMONAtClffi OVERMTIflFI Starr of Munitions Inspectors at Halifax Are Implicated In Hallfai, Feu. diir- _ ss agAlnst. the staff of munillons lu- 9 pee tors who were 011 duty at the uttttu when a fire lira lie out Ihe re recently caused a imall panic; ID the end of Hie clly, were made today by WlUlam Karlo, sieveilovo foreman, one of the witnesses called before the board of control, In an Investigation whlcli commenced tills mornlag. KarJe, who was In charge num- ier ot stevedores at Shed Xo. 21. the day Ilio fireT said that he himself i Lit the Urn out. and I ha l tlie jnuullioni liad left thfir jobs. Only one if them, tie said, returned wlicn the laze Dad pracllrally by lilm. Major Alkin, Dominion Munitions lu- Epector, who npnearcd before the board and submitted statements. ID >rovc Dial sli men, including three of own staff, had put Ihe flra out. Two otbera or his men. lie said, their tails between their legs tad lie said that Lbey woulO be severely dealt wltb. Another old llmer visaed n inorlly aUer one o'clock ill IB ifteiaoon when Mrs. Timothy Leadbeller, ir.r answered Lhe lul Death retched icr at her home jn Hardleyille, The deceased lidy was 77 of age and wac borp In Somersftt, Eug. The Umlly came across to SprlofhiU, NT.S., ImLer comlnB lo 21 venrs no. She lost her husband by dealh four ago. SitrrtviDi her Ere four daughters ani two sons: Mr.i. Neirlon, Mrs. Scott, 'Mra. K. H. Haw son, Mrs, A. Scott anti eorge ind Tim. Fuutral airtnie- meota win be announced tomorrow. To havo his car lilown off the road and turned over twice was the ex- perience of J. L. Workman. 418 Sth St, (he other nigh I wblle return- itg from a trip lo Lhe Porcupine Hi west ot Macleoil, The car, In whlcli (bere was a party of four WAS proceed- tng along a hill which tinned Ihe aulo on fiuILe R slanli when on round I oj a [urn Ihc wind caught them wltb thn full force of Its mils a hour veloc Ity, (oppNnff car ami occupant a Mr. Workman, >who wltb the Tilled, [9 badly bruised and cut, Ihe of the party got off with mlnv Injuries. The engine stll running when II came up for thft lime. Mr. Workman sayp the nave Itecn strong but Macleod hreeies bavo It heat, (orly What the Press Agents Say TUESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Aunt Jemlna'i Pancake Flour. Regular 25c. Maple Syrup. Regular ?5c, Tuttday Rice FJaVeE. Regular I5c. Tuesday, 2 for...................... Van Campi Tomato Soi'ps. Regular 20c Tuesday, 3 for...................._ Dominion Corn Flakes. 2 for 25c. Tuesday, 2 for....................... 20c 69c 25c .50c .2'2c Tina Spinach. Regular 30c. ng TUfstlav.............................. bjC 0. C. Onions. 5 Its. for 25c. port with a steamship plclttd up fir out BfM, heloi by propeller MANITOBA'S WiBDlper, Feb. U.VMiJor O. M. Thompaon, drptity for under t Act, his anch will uvdcrtabe uf rerlewlnR ill cases white exemptions have been In thin pnflDce. The pwt'rf ffVmealat Ire, formir- Ir held tKnl. Col. Bell, hm been UNIQUE DISPLAY OF WASH GOODS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUM- MER DRESS NOW. ORPHEUM TONIGHT The Great Travelutte Show FEATURING Mi IKT1P TOMORROW, 1 O mHuLulilr -JIIFS FFR TUES., FEB. Musical Comedy's One Best Bet IRVING BERLIN'S INTERNATIONAL SYNCOPATtD 'A STUPENDOUS MUSICAL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS AND I SEVEN SCENES. COMPANY OF SIXTY MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION THE SHOW OF A THOUSAND WONDERS PRICES' W'9hl 75c' Box Seats 52.00'and SEATS NOW SELLING AT' STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW TOHI6HT ANOTOMONROW PICTURES PRESENT PAULINE FREDERICK CROSSED" FIVE RCCLf.' FATTY AUUCKLE "OH! KR'.f.! IF YOU LIKE TO LAUGH DON'T 'MISS TONIGHT'S BIG SPECIAL PERFORMANCE Show SUrlt at 7JO Pricec 3Sc iM Mo MAJESTIC Three THIS WEEK Ing Thurs. Feb. 14 GOLDWYN INK., OFFERS THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS COMEDIENNE' MABEL In the Drama of Thrills, lery, Love and Laughter----- 'Dodginga Million' By EDGAR SELWYN PRICES: Nights SOc, 35c. 25c SX. Mai. Children lOc ONCE NIGHTLY AT 8.30 NORMANDY Star CpCflil CHILDREN: A REAL MONEY SHOWER AT THf arblinLi. SATUROAY MATINEE.1 EMPRESS-TONIGHT THE BICGEiT FILM SHOW ON EARTH. WEAK-HEARTED PEOPLE MUST NOT SEE 44 The Masque of Life" ITS THRILLS MIGHT KILL THEM! REAL CIRCUS CITJNO HEART ALL IN THIS ONE ABSOLUTELY DIFFERENT SPECTACLE. SPECIAL THE AND JSc. ;