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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TVIONBAY, FEBRUARY 11, 11)1.7 tETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE FIVH Kaiser Says Allies Muist Recojgnize Them as Victors DIRECT INTERCOURSE I Amsterdnin, Feb. 11.-Germany foslroa pcape, but before It can be attgln(;d .her,enemies must ro-cognlzc th�it .Germany h�8 been victorious, Emperor William said - In reply to an address presented by tho burQomaster of Hamburg .on the conclusion, of peace" with the Ukraine. The emperor's reply, as given In a Berlin despatch, follows: "We have gone through hard times. .Every one has had a burden to bear-mourning, grief, tribulation-and, not the- least, he who stands before you. .In him were combined tho care and grisf for the entire ptopis In Iti sorrows. "Wo often enterod false paths, Tho Lord pointed out tb us by a hard school the path by whicli we sh&uld go. The world, however, at Uio sitino time has not been on the Hffht path, Vfo Oer-mans, who Btlll have Ideals, should woric to bring about better tlnjes. Wo should fight tor right and morality. Our Lord God wishes us to have paaoc, but a poace wherein the world will strive to do what Is right and good." PRELIMINARY TRIAL OF HALIFAX IN ON MANSLAUGHe Halifax, Fob. 11.-I^uls Skan-e, dilet eiiGlnuor ot tho Steamer Itno, tostltylng bora today In the preliminary oxamlop-tU)|i before Stipendiary McLeod, qt C'apl.aln Leraodec and Pilot Mackay ot the Mont Ulnnc and Commander Wyatl, n.N., all tlireo charged with Jiianslaughter, fold W./II. O'Hearii, Mackny'8 counsel, that the late Captain Fron, master of the Imo, waa a "nice, good man" and could not say that he wan liable to exbltenient or rit^ of pnsalon as uounsol suggested Skarro said that his father wa� n Norwegian and his mother an Bngllsb woman, ile had been Jn Hambjirg, ne said, but had no friends In Qermany. Andro.t Anderson, steward of the Imo told Mr. O'Hearii that knew of no fus.s betweenthe late Captain Fron and tho United States officials at Philadelphia when the Imo was there last October. Captain Fron, be said, was u fair and suuare man, the best captain ho had over had. The oourt adjourned imtll Monday next. Amsterdam, Feb. 11.-Leon Trotzky, the Bolsheviki foreign minister, alluding later to the further discussions that will arise from the situation created by tho central powers und Russia for the establishment ot reciprocal diplomatic, consular, legal and economic relations. Indicated a method of direct Intercourse between the governments concerned as well as employment of the commls-slon.i of the quadruple allianco which already are at Petro-grad. May Take Duty Off the Implements Calgary, Feb. 11.-A special to tha Nawa-Tslegram dated at Ottawa slya the next move of the unionig. Earle, who was in charge of'a number oC stevedores at Shed No. 2,'i the day of the fire, said that he himself put the fire out and that the munitions experts had left their jobs. Only one of them, he, said, returned when the blaze had been practically eztinguiahed by him. Major Atkin, Dominion .Munitions inspector, who appeared before the board and submitted statements, to prove that six men, including three of his own staff, had put the fire out. Two others of his men, he said, "titcked their talis between their legs and boiled." lie said that they would be severely dealt with. Women oeath wMioBEnER Another old timer passed away shortly after one o'clock this afternoon when Mrs. Timothy Leadbetter, sr, answered the last call. Death reached her at her homo In HardlevlIIe. The deceased lady was 77 yea^s ot age and was born In Somerset, ]@ng Tho family came across to Sprlncblll, N.S., later coming to Lethbrldge, 21 years ago. She lost her husband by death four years ago. Surviving her are four daughters and two sons Mrs. Newton, Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mrs E. H. Dawson, Mrs. A. Scott and George and Tim. Funeral arrange ments will be announced tomorrow. Wh^t the Press Agents Say TUESDArs GROCERY specials Aunt Jemlna's Pancake Flour. Regular 26c. Tue�i(ay............................ .V Quart fiAaple Syrup. Regular 75c. Tuesday............................... Rice Flakes. Regular t5c. Tuesday, 2 for ....................... Vati Camps Tomato Soups. Regular 20c. Tuesday, 3 for.......................... Dominion Corn Flakes. Regular 2 for 25c. Tuesday, 2 for ......................... 20c 69c 25c 50c /2c Tina Spinach. Regular 30c. Tueadav .............................. B. C. Onions. Regular 5 lbs. for 25c. Tuesday, 6 lbs. for ----................ Jubilee Matches. Regular 30c. Tuesday ............................... Galloti Tins Corn on Cob. Regular $1.00. Tuesday ...........................  . St. Charles Milk (ev.Tporated). Regular 6 for $1.00. Tuesday, 7 for ................. 25c 25c 23c 75c 1.00 Deliveries Every Hour Phone 3 13 At the lielght of her t-lage cjicjf'r Miss Krederlck dnserird lln! stajjo for the screen where nhn first iippfaiiid in tho Famous PlHyers' jirosnntaUon of Thij Ktornnl City." Fruni tiic beginning alie became oui; of tho l)igKe.=n. drawing cards for i'aniuiDunl. Her artistry has marvi'lioii.t depth und power and she lias iiuplii:iti!(l a brilliant atflge triumph on llu; .m;rei-n. offornd each evening Hiarling Thur.o-lial I'oatiiro at iho Saturday, matinee, day llilH week, once niglitly at S.HO and ' .will l)� n n-al money shower tor tha at 2..'!0 on Saturday aru'ruoou. A Hi)ef-! ciilldriMi. E EXPERIENCE NIHE WIND SIORM AT THE EMPRESS New York Bveniug Journal: "ZIt," December 16, 1916, nays: "Masque ot Life" senaatlon for Loew. " 'The Masque of Life,' the big picture feature whieb Marcus Loew showed In some of bin theatres In Xcw York last week, proved one of the higgest film sensa tlona he ever showhd in his theatre. Crowded houses were the rule In every theatre where the picture was shown, ond record-breaking business resulted when It was shown at Loew's New York Theatre and Hoof on Wednesday. When the picture wa.s shown at Loew's Palace Theatre in East New York and Mlas JoUvet appeared lu person, a squad ot twenty police bad to be called out to-handfe the huge crowds and protect Miss Jollvet from her hosts ot adm'lrers. Her talk to the audience explained bow souie of the halr-ruis-ing stunts In the film were arranged, and she particularly emphasized the fact that there was nbsoldtely no fake whatsoever In any of tbe big scenes shown in the picture. One of the scenes shows a girl climbing a chimney SBO feet high, and this was actually done. Afterwards the girl leaped front, the chimney luto a fire net und broke her leg; The picture wlll-Jje shown in the Empress for three days starting tonight. AT STARLAND * Pauline Frederick, who Is appearing In the Paramount picture "Double-Crossed," at Starland tonight and tomorrow, has one of the most envIaVlc reputations, as an emotional actress of any living star. Her career on the stage- was shori and ot a meteor-like brlJJlancy. No one who witnessed it will ever forg�t:' her appearance . on the 'atag�, which was In "Joseph and ills Brethren," at the Century Theatre, New York City, ou January 11, 1913, This was the climax of a stage career which had given her the unquestioned position ot the lending emotional actress of tbe day. . AT THE MA.1KSTIC "Wuleh Your Sti-p," Irving iicilin's international Hyncoputed inusicHl success win be at Ihe Majosiic 'I'hoalre. j for one night only, tomorrow, Tuesday. February 12ih. This Is tho attraction originally produced by Charles nillinghain and is the.only company on toiii-. whicli liu.s met with so much succrss in all parts of the country. The vogue it obtained in New York was suttlcieni to carry It over a period of six months. Irving Berlin has tlii^ happy racully ol! composing music fhat appeals to nil Classen of theatregoers, but it was "Watch Your Step" (hat brought hiiu out definitely Into the glare of the llme-llght as a .siu'cosstul composer. Theatregoers are welcoming the announcement that another GoUlwyn production will be offered at the Majestic on Thursday. Friday and Saturday this week. The attraction for the Majestic this weelc end will be the internationally famous comedienne, Mabel Normand, in her new starring Vehicle, "Dodging a Million," a mystery drama ot love, thrills and laughter. "Dodging a Million" will be As Age Advances the Liver Requires occasional slight stimulation. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Small i'ill, Smill Dojc, Smiil Price Bui Great in its Good Work correct Ccnuln* brut (IgDiture CONSTIPATION Colorless a condition which Palm V7t%e^mm Usually Indicate the absence of ItobIb or raie r aces biood, pin. hlch will be ireatly helped by CartCf SlrOIirUlS 51 I UNIQUE DISPLAY . OF WASH GOODS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. J one night only TOMORROW, 1 O "TUES., FEB. 1^ Musical Comedy's One Best Bet IRVING To have his car blown off the road and turned over twice was the experience ot J. L, Workman, 41g 9tl�. St. S., the other night while returning from a trip to the Porcupine Hills, west of Macleod., The car, In which there was a party of four was proceeding along a hill which tipped the auto on quite a slants when on rounding a, turn tho wind caught them with .the fult force ot Us 60 mile a hour velocity, toppling cur and occupants ^yier. Mr. Workman, ,who stayed with the wheel. Is badly bruised and cut, while the rest ot the party got off with mln� Injuries, The engine was still running when It came up for th�^ second time, Mr. Workman says the zephyr may have been strong here but Macleod breezes havo it heat forty ways. ' . EDISON 71 YEARS OLD. New York, Feb; 11.-Thomas a. Edison waa 71 years old today. There was no celebration) ot tbe event at Mlnto Park, N,Y, the EdUon homji, it was said, beeause the great Inventor was too busy on his work for the United States government to spaud the day In Idleness,' ORPHEUM The Great Travelutte Show FEATURING 1 a stui^endous musical comedy In three acts and f ' seven scenes, company of sixty 30 Sr'' GIRLS SPECIAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA MAGNIFICENT COSTUMES-WONDERFUL PRODUCTION THE SHOW OF A THOUSAND WONDERS pnipcc. -Night..................... 75c, $1,00, $1,60 and $;?,00 riVIUba. Qgjj gg.,jj .............. .......... J2.00 and $2,50 ' SEATS NOW SELLING P.S."-Don't forget to adviie fW^Mwhimd t* let the Lethbridge Herald Job Pruitiiig Pept;; lotk after his stationery and office suppliot; It ttk give him the right thing, at the right timb;,|tt t|if risht STEAMER DISABLED. An Atlantic Port, Feb. lJ.-~4 goT-ornment vessel reported by radio today that fWo was proceeding to port with a steamship picked up far qut �t sea, being disabled hy propeller tr(,v,vlll under^akie t^e Uak of reviewing all oases wh�r� exemptlona have beeu granttd in tbiH province. The post'pt Bllttary inf reBentattve,' (ormar-ly held by Lieut. Col, W. Q; Bell, has been done awu' i^ .with.' , V AT'STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW m m TONIGHT ANOTOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT PAUUNE FREDERICK 'DOUBLE CROSSED" I- p'lVE REELS.' ALSO FAmARBUCKLE IN'" m BEN DEB ALI KNOWS AIL IF YOU LIKE TO LAUGH DON'T MISS TONIGHT'S BIG SPECIAL PERFORMANCE 9how Starts at 7.30 PrlcWa; 35c arfd 50o mil A irOTir Three THIS WEEK MAJESni-K'. Thurs. Feb. 14 GOLDWYN INC., OFFERS THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS COMEDIENNE In the Drama of Thrills, Mystery, Love and Laughter-- 'Dodginga By EDGAR 3ELWYN PRICES: Niohts ....... 50c, 35c,. 25c Sat. Mat. 25c,^ Children 10c ONCE NIGHTLY AT 8.30 SPECIAL: CHiLDREN: A REAL MONEY SHOWER AT THl SATURDAY MATINEE. I, .' "OH! DpCTOr* ��>� 361151 A9$A ;