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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta m ,Ttt!Un8bA%. FEBRUARY 1^4, 1918 GiN GROWERS. " VOTE THIS OOWN Heglnii, 'Fob. 14.-A quosUon which lias provQd anuttuaunl topic o( (tlB-cuaiiion agatn canto up in the grain l^bwtira' conTOiition when an amend-jnont to the cbnatitution was Introduo-otl which provided that the alma of the ftaaoclatton^ho extended to Include aecurlns' control of loslalktlon. The (loleRalQB while at flrat Inclined to fUTor the projNMal,when Jt waa ex-plained to thoih-by Mr. Maharg and Mr. MuBselman that It meant forming ii third iMllUcal . party within the fimkn ' of ; the aaaoclatlmv "voted the niuepAnioiit down hy a large' majority. Tho amendment woij aupportod by an oRtrreoatve minority headed by Mr, Itnndall of Warnian, who made a Btrong fiBlit. BABY SCALDCb TO DEATH Montreal, Fob. H.-Falling in a tub of 8cnlilln({ hot water, the 21 months old baby boy of Kov. and Mra. J. F. Morris of Verdun, Que, received Injuries from which he died In the general hospltivl today. . blaflc, lloutonaat governor of '> the provlnco of Quebec today. * > lie Ih recovorlng at a',local hoa- �> > pital from an operation per- ? formed on Ills eyas. ? POSSIBLE TO CET EXCLUSIVE TUB FABRICS' AT ''THE BAY," MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 65-6 Monlroal, Way, U.-^Jt Will be possible for' mcrchanta to get woollen or othoi^ supplies, notwlthsM^ndlng tliiit business men have been worrying over tho quostlon, according td/Theo-doro Morgan of Henry Morgan and company of this city, who has returned from attending a meeting'of the National Untall Dry Qoods' asaoclation In Now York. KILLED BY ICICLE Belleville, Ont, Feb. , 14.-Antonio Carmandola, an Italian employee of the British Chemical Works at Trenton was standing near the boiler houy of the works when a huge icicle drop]iod on him breaking his neck and causi'ng Instant death.� . Wesley Church, Lethbridge ONE * DA>t ONLY Mbn.. Feb. 25 MATmei^ AND NIGHT FIRST AND ONLYi APPEARANCE HERE NOW ON HISFA'REWELL TOUR IN AN ENTIRELY NEW REPERTOIRE OF SONQs) /VND SOME ^ OF HIS OLD ONES , ^ ASSISTEJa BY A LARGE-COMPANY OF TAUENTEO'ARTISTS. VAdvarice. Sale opens^^next'Monday. f^ebruaryil^thatJIO. a.h). at. the Majeatic theatr� box office. Pric'fea $3.00, $2.50, $2.00. and SI .00. Mail ordera^'nowrreealvedtfor $3.00Beat* only.. Addreaa all brdera to Len S. Brvwhr^'MaJeatie Theatre, Lethbridge, ahd ancloaa-atamp-ed addreaaadvJshvelbpo 'for/reply, and money order or, pcceptod cheque to cover coat of ticket*. Ordere for seats will be, filled In the order In which they are received. Positively no phonaordera before next Thuraday mor(iina, February 22hd. Who is^afmrim 'EVEm0lP^W^-^^(-^^' I in the North Window o%the'.^i^f-'/f^'^i-' \:'l0^^'.^^^tw^:merits of-" " . ��'''1^^0/^^^ ;iiiLE^'S;, cibiiiill FOWLER'S ^W�^Af>mV!ORE' |*E ^'rig; LETIlHmiJGF. DAtLY njo Robb commission Invdstlgnting tiro pilotage system here, said' that he considered the Halifax pilots very capable but- handicapped In having pilot schooners Instead ,of a pilot steamer. Captain Hannan, questioned as' to what he considered to be the pilot's measure of responsibility on board ship, said that tho pilot was only In an advisory capacity and that the responsibility for navigating always lies with tho master. On tbls point, Chajrman Robb disagreed with him, saying that It the law compelled a master to take a pilot, the master was relieved of responsibility. James Crlchton, secretary of the Ilalifax Pilotage Commission, explaining .a statement submitted to the ili-vostlgating commission, said that cci'-tain advances to pilots, might be so tar aa h^ knev.-, gratuities to malitevs or others. He had heard no com-plaints from pilots as to giving gratu-. itlea to maalera or others. He had heard no complaints from pilots as to giving gratuities to masters or to anybody elao. Captain Bale of the Robb commission, announced �an interim of 33 years lapsing- between the pilotage minute books submitted. GOVI.EXMAGANT Winnipeg, Feb. M.-Charges were made in tbe Manltubu ic^isl.itnre ye3-terday afternoon by the leader of the opposition, P. A. 'I'tilbot, I.a Veran-drye, against the Xorrls government of gross extravaguncf;, nilHappIicatlon of capital funds and j;cncral inefficiency. Mr. Talbot pre.S(?Mle(l a .-series of comparisons between the cost of administering the provincial affairs In 1914-the last year or the Roblln regime-and the last fiscal year. "It coat,$561,680 more to govern Manitoba last year.ihuu It did lu 19U," declared Mr. Talbot. GREAT HOPS FOR SAY WILSON'S PLANS ' ARE VAGUE AS EVER Amsterdam, Keb. M.-In discussing President Wilson's adUicss to congress on Monday the I\oeinl.'?che Zeltung Bays: "President Wilson-snows that he is no longer willing to toe the line of the entente.policy of a stark negative. Also he HaBlcon.slderably watered his vv'lne, altfipiigh ho is still unable to conquer a desire lo saddle the military gentlemen. In tiermany with thu blame.for the sufferings of humanity. H,is present formula for the solution of peace questions is as vague as over." UKRAINE RADA IN TOUCH WITH TEUTONS What ihe Press Agents Say AT THE MAJESTIC Tonight is the niglit when tlie Inlnr-nntlonally-famous comedienne, Mabel Normand, opens hor engngomenl at the .Majestic theatre Itere In her newoul starring vehicle "DodginK a Million." Aptly described as u niy.stury play of lovB, thrills, romance, and laughter, "Dodging a Million" will iirovc to be a most enjoyable ottering. There will be one performance each evening at 8:30, and a special matinee on Saturday. "Th6 Brat," tjie play which .scored such an emphatic hit here a short time ago. Is coming back to the Majestic theatre for one night only, next Wed-no.'jday, Feb. 20tb. The some great company IncUuIIng Jllss Rea Martin will again be seen in the play. "Tho llrnt" has just returned from lis coaat tour, where it met witli phenomenal success. (VfARQAR,ITA FISCHER IN PICTURES AGAIN ' AFTER LONG ILLNESS Margarita Fischer's reappearance on the screen after an Illness of several months following an operation which necessitatad a long stay In hospital. Is a jDmtter for rejoicing among motion picture fans, with whom she is intensely popular. Kor the last six wfinks Miss Fisr.Iiur li;iH bneu once nioro. licr old soU and her work in Ihi; nt\w Mutual-I^oUanl prodiiclion, "Tim tlirl Wlio Couldn't f!row I.'p," Hhow.s that .ihf; Ih abaiii nblo lo burn up the road in racing automobiles, to plunge into the aaa from Btoamship decks and otherwise to comport hnr.iflif as of ynre. Also a branil new Fox comedy "The" Film SpollKrs," and Clio. Ovoy In ",Ten'y'a I?1k Deal." AT STARLAND At present Vlvlnn .Martin l.s fulfilling ii long term engagement with i'i\r:\-mounl for wliom slin has already nmdi!, "The .Stronger Love," "11 or Father's Son," "The Right Direction," "Tlie Wax Model," "The Spirit of Romance,' "The Girl at Homo," "A Kim for liusie," and "Little Miss Optimist." Miss Martin has starred with some of the most famous actora of the alage or screen including Collin Chase, Hcr-l)ert Standing, Thomas Molding, .lack IMckford and many others. In "Tlie Sunset Trail," her latest Parnmounl picture. In which she la appearing at Starland Friday and-aatimlay, she is supported by a splendid cast including Carmen Phillips, Billy Elmer, ilcnry A'. Barrows and others equally, well known. Having started her career at the age of six yiars In "('yriuio de Bergerac" : Willi Hlchiuci .MansfiRld. and sOdn after' iippciiring ill tlu^ lltli! rolo of "Peter Man." it in no woiuior iliiit Ihp clever lit til' .Hiar loves hpr work ami-lias befcn iilili' ffi rise ti) a piipularlly seldom I'llMllill'tl. f AT THE ORI>Uii:LrM All Hon Del), the nivHtlc at the Or* ~ pliEnim, who liiis started ihousaiids by hi.s rflimirkahlc ilcmun.itratlonB oC IhouglU tran.smlsHion and mental tole^., pathy, (ions not claim to possess tttt!^' .lupurnatnral ptnviir; lliat we all have, hidden (luulitles which when develou-;', ed, arc able to srasii thoughts ,and idean from other person's minds, Hia' work along tlie.se line.s are truly WOO'^ dertnl to say the least, for ho not oniy.^ answer.'* questions written and aeali^il'' or sewed up by tiio audience,- but. walks calmly around the stage bifml'-folded, culling names of parties writ-^; Ing questions, and many say hls'ari^-swers are correct. N'ot a word is apoH^ en during tho demonstration except by All Ben Deb. Gorgeon.s stage aetllngii and co.s� times are URcd. The excellent program doses with hypnotic exhibitions by the man who has just claim to tho title "KliiK of Hypnotists.'' Dr. Herbert Travolutfe. Paris, Feb. 14. - Corporal Thomas Hitchcock of Long Island, N.Y., and W. A. Wellman of Cambridge, Mass.,- Ani-erlcan aviators In French escadrllles, have been awarded $100 prize money each by the Lafayette Flying Corng committee in recognition of their brilliant explbits in bringing down ttlraej German machines in the last six weQj?^ Hitchcock accounted for two and Well-man for one. ' These aviators have, been awarded the French war cross with palms and granted a special ten days' loav^ In ParlB. Amsterdam, Feb. 14.-Vienna news-(papers report that the Ukrainian rada has 'removed its alttlugp to Zhtomlr (capital of the province of A'olhynla, eighty miles southwest of Kiev- and has eafabllshed direct communication with the central powers. SMUGGLED LETTER OF ENEMY, ARRESTED An Atlantic Port, Feb, 14,-Accused of smuggling into the United ^atea & letter addressed to C: Von Demark, Fergus Falla, Minn,, Andrls Hqof^n-dam,' a fireman oh a Dutch steamtblp was a,rregted yesterday by cust'ommolj-ficialii and was held 1* 16,000 bi))l b)" a United ,Statea commlisloner. tor. alleged violation of the trading with the enemy act. TO CONTROL STEAMER tlNES OF RY. COMPANIES Washington, Peb. 14.-Coastwise and Great Lakes Steamship lines operatoil by railroads today ware placed by Director General McAdoo under Utfi RU-pervision of W. II. Pleaaanta of Now York, president of;the Ocean Steamship Co., who waa^designated manager of the roarine section of the railroad administration, - '  San Francisco, Feb, 14,-^yi- Ing to outfit the steamer Mav- ihli were outlined here-yester-', * ^> 4�r in the trial of 31' pen^o^V \ lapcnsed'of having been, revWiiV 4; lutlonary agents; ^ ,4 � � rlMi,-,,., �.�41iS0,'i!fl.0Q/ 7le.MK)9, ----- \on Sale Saturday, 10 a.m. orpheum TONIGHT Prices: 2S'c and 5bc THE GREAT PRESENTING YSJ'WY- ENTIRE CHANGE. PROGRAM-NEW PICTURES DOROTHY GISH ln'|"HER OFFICIAL FAiTHERS" Doors Open 7 p.m.. m BEN DEB AD .SPECIAL MATINEE ON SATURDAY 09 1985 ;