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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. FKBHL'AHY 1"). HH8 Tim LKTMMIUOfiK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE STRIKERS TO JAIL Amsterdam, Feb. 15.-A number of persons who took part in the recent strikes in Berlin have heen sentenced to prison by extraordinary courtmartial. The heaviest sentence, -12 months of* penal servitude, was imposed on a metal worker named RatajoBeik for attempting to hold up a street car. Another metal worker named Meyer was condemned to serve 18 months for n similar offense. One boy of 17, also a metal worker, was sentenced to a term of one year and six month for distributing leaflets and urging women workers to strike. TODAY Procrastination is the thief of health: Keep yourself well by the timely use and help of KEOKM'S PIUS Sold rverrWhcr*. In boxes. 2Sc. 10 LICENSE ALL U. S. ADMIRAL IS AT Report of Attack on Austrian Naval Base Is Denied, However Unless Some Definite Proposition Made To Them Very Soon New York. !''eb. I.">. � 1'nless Chairman 11iirl"y h:is some "definite proposition" Ki present lMi;!ii"l!:ilt'ly lo 111'' in.Olm striking shipyard workers. Will-in 111 L. 11 111 chr.son, president 01' the Hrot horhooil ol' Carpenter-; and Joiners, siivk it will In; Impossible in in-I'llietic" them In return lo v,'oj-|[. Iltilcli'">iiii K'iri' this answer to ('li:iirni;in liurl'-y in response lo the kilter's appeal to him lo end the strike. A copy of tile answer was received In \Yiisl'i']",'ttm here from 11 n : * : : * * * * * > : not pfioportions ? ? - - � ? : Washington, Keii. i r,.-of it- : received by .Minister llrun hen; > ances In idle workmen and of no serious > ? proportions. The Danish for- > elgn office ascribed ihein partly > ? to unemployment and partly to > ? the disturbing i iflm-nces com- - ro\ iin-iaI legislature i'i considering an en.cndnionl lo the Hotel Accommodate!! Vi wliidi will Phone 313 put the jitney bars o Manitoba. A license will !>� i; -ale of all fermeni "two per cent." No I hired for the ;;al.( no singing or simil;; laininenl. will lie in t i is where such rtriiil. bil.-uiie. in ces arc for the il drinks, even ii'inaids may bo � ;.i'h drinks, and form of enter-i! te.| on pi'emis- are sold. this \ve'Mt. Not in ninny a day has anyone in ibis line caused so much t.ilk. for lie. without question, lias a remarkable personality. Tile performance opened v:\.iin, who passed among them, speaking a word to the medium on the stage, but i el uracil quest ions sealed up ti> tin: writers after they were answ, - JOmperor (iharle- lr:s is-'te-l an army order ia connection Willi the iiussian declara-aiion of termination of the war nj ; which he reviews the eveuls of the war leading to !:it.-si-.''s military collapse. The order, as, (|!i->ied in a Vienna despa t eh. colli illlles : "As yet tin' hour lias noi conn- when I am able lo recall my warriors to their homesteads, lint their return will eani". Then may my peoples draw draw sireugili from Uteir recollection of th"' gloii .lis deeds of their .-wis, for new prospe.'iiy. Ma> tied lie with us.' mm mMMh\ SUGGEST JOINT ACTION I AT THE EMPRESS The Hague, Feb suggested to the o they take joint J'.'.i1 repudiation by tp, sia's foreign loin,- . London iias inform.-said the minister. � cd in principle and cd shortly from Scandinavian count  Holland lias - neutrals that t. respect to the .-ie-viki of Uns-in'ign Minister deputy. Sn^iiii. iiy lias consent -!i. .4 are c-xpeel-�iljliil and tile 4'.!- ORPHEUM TONIGHT Prices: 25'c and 50c THE GREAT PRESENTING 4' What the Press Agents Say 01, 4^||| �ADAMf.TJ?TROVA |l in 0flUSHTeROFDe5TtrvY" Winnipeg, Feb. I,",.-For failing to-register under the. Military Service; Act, Sidney .1. Hose was sentenced to I two years in jail in the city police! court this morning. 1 Hose explained Hint lie knew he bail j no chance for exemption and, as a | conscientious objector, he though! nc i might, evade the draft, by failing to I register. i ;.!ont wal. Veh. lii.- --Commercialized prostitution and professional gambling are tolerated in Montreal by the police department, a report from the bureau of municipal research to the city council made public today alleges. The report announces that the system in force in Montreal of periodically raiding vicious establishments and fining peomje found in them really amount!', to the collection of money for revenue purposes. IRE Or! C. N. R. FOR 5 YEARS lighting plant was tudios and Director IT HORSES FOR SALE Just Arrived, at Palace Livery, Lethbridge. 30 - HEAD - 30 Big Mares & Horses Some in matched teams weighing-from 1200 to 1700 lbs. A'.r young and sound and well broke and in good shape. No reasonable offer refused and will give two weeks free trial. A, F. Gormley Voiidon. Feb. in.-The rumors of the compulsory retirement of General Sir William Robertson as chief of staff, which began after the Daily .Mail's sharp attack on him and Field ;\larshaj_ Halg. a few days before the meeting of the supreme war council at Versailles and constituted the subject of a large part of the. d.ehate in the house of commons this week, continues to be discussed by the newspapers. The Times lakes die position that no oik; cares a rap what first-class soldier is selected for this or that great military appointment. It says mistimed confidence is reposed in Field .Marshal Haig because the army trnsls bis leadership, which is a vital factor iu the army's morale. . TORPEDO BOAT DAMAGED An Atlantic, Port. Feb. 15.-A United States torpedo boat destroyer arrived here today in low of two naval tugs. Her bow had been damaged and shipping men thought it possible the vessel had been in collision with a steamship, also damaged, which had been hauled into this port earlier in the. day. Toronto. Feb. 1".-At the Canadian Northern Railway arbitration this morning, W. H. Cnvci'dale. re-orgaui-zalion expert, was again on the stand.. He pointed out that expenditure on t'. X.K, maintenance of way were far greater in HUH and 1HI7 than previously. The lota) expenditures-by the road for Ill's item were as follows: !! in, $3,!WO,(iO0; mili. ?ri.S9'J,00(l and 11117. $T.Hi0.llOO. "Every mile needed." commented Mr. Tilley. the money spent per mile ot track maintenance of way in the last five years was as follows: ItUM, $7.",|i: l'Jl-1, $7n0; I'.lLa, $.".-IG; HUG, $73:'.: l'.U7. .�7r,L'." -Mr. Tilley asked for expenditure on the CP.R. for a five year period and the witness supplied the following figures showing expenditures per mile of (rack on maintenance of-w.iy: mi", $1 ..*,!::: mm. si.-ivi; nui. ?i,-:u; mis. $7!if�: 19111, ?1'.01S. The average for the C.X.It. was $700 a mile and for the (.'.P.!!. S1109. iWILLBEDRAFTEDiF I. THEY DON'T GO BACK AT STARLaND Friends of Vivian Martin's who ( make their winter home in I'asadena.  California, - arc respou.-lil,. (or the! extra gorgeousnos- of tie- costume ball' which is pictured in her latest I;ara-: ' mount picture, "Th- Sunset Trail" i which is to be shown lotiigltt an I tomorrow at Starlatei ! .These friends from il.e Fust gave a large house party, and when planning i the entertainment for their gues's sug-; '� gested that they uive a costume bull > and perm't her to furnish u company of moving picture players as part of the guests. A huge p.irtab! ' brought from tin Uieorge II. Mep'ord who litis been re-i sponsible for many of Miss Martin's recent succe-~eJ, rehearsed nK. ama-j tear artists. i AT THE MAJESTIC ! "Dodging a Million " the mystery ' play in which .Mabe, N'ormand is � starred, made a bit at Ibe Majestic 'last night. Ii is a splendid produc-i tion, full of thrills, laughs, clean cut i comedy, and with a spice of love for j good measure. Mabel N'ormand is | seen In some lovely frocks, and is at (her best, in the play. It. affords excel-I lent entertaiiimenl:. "Dodging a 'Million" will he shown again tonight, jand twice on Saturday, matinee and i night. I "The Ural ' returns to the Majestic | Theatre for ope night only, next AVed-i nesday, Feb. "nth. and judging from I the wonderful hit the play made there In short time ago, it is safe to predict a large audience when the play returns again. The same great east in-: eluding Miss Koa Martin, the clever young American star will be again seen here. "Daughter of Destiny" is the litle ot ELODY- IRTH- YSTERY- ENTIRE CHANGE PROGRAM-NEW PICTURES DOROTHY GISH in "HER OFFICIAL FATHERS" Doors Open 7 p.m. Special Matinee Sat. Afternoon. Children 10c, Adults 35c MAJESTIC SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT ONE NIGHT ONLY Next Wed. Feb. 20 The United Producing Co., Ltd., by special arrangement with Oliver Mnroseo presents New York's latest successful comedy. � tonight YOU WILL MISS A RARE TREAT IF YOU MISS SEEING Mabel Normand IN BRAT Dodging a Million CAUGHT AGAIN Kitchener. Out.. Feb. lii. - Ceorge Marello. notorious jail breaker, who knocked out. a turnkey and escaped from the county jail at London, recently, was arrested here today ami is being held pending arrival of police from London. Stallions, Just Arrived AND ARE BEING OFFERED FOR SALE These are all registered horses and are moctly Percherons. Ranging from 2 years in age and up. Some colts showing size and quality. Also two older Stallions with lots of size and established breeding records. GOOD VALUE AT REASONABLE PRICES. THESE HORSES CAN BE SEEN AT The Tainter Barn Taber, Alberta FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY OR WRITE TO MR. M. B. GAUGHEN, OWNER, TABER, ALBERTA Baltimore. Md, Feb. 15.-Unless they return to work at once, striking ship carpenters and joiners eligible for the draft will be called into military service, they having automatic? ally forfeited exemption by their action in quitting employment on a war industry. The local draft boards were ordered today by the district board to all the strikers for another examination and classification. AT THE ORPHEUM There is really something new in i Hie show world, for the remarkable demonstration of mental telepathy and thought transmission as presented by i Dr. Horuert I. Travelutte, known m : the Orient as All Ben Deb, are _\von-! derftil to say the least. Ho not only ' answers questions blindfolded written I by the audience but appears to tell i them the truth, and describes the situ-; ations'correctly. Dr. Travelutte will be at the Orphcum tor the balance, of AT THE Aft�r 200 Nights in New York Brilliant Broadway Cast Supporting the Young American Star REA MARTIN Better Than "Peg 6' My Heart" Prices... 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 SEATS NOW SELLING MAJESTIC TONIGHT AND TWICE SATURDAY SPECIAL-REAL MONEY SHOWER AT THE CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY, tonight "A GAY DHCEIVER" CHRISTIE COMEDY TONIGHT-TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS VIVIAN MARTIN IN THE SUNSET TRAIL*' E Hegina, Sask., Feb. lii.-This afternoon's session of the Grain Growers' convention quickly reached a decision to extend the scope of the trading department by HenditiK out organizers from the central office lo stimulate and encourage the locals. Following the passage of this resolution a motion ad^icating that the English language as the sole medium of instruction in the elementary grades of the schools was introduced by George Weston of Anerley, and a hot debate | raged for an hour, which finally ond-i ed in the resolution being carried by | a big majority, there being no opposi-! lion voting. [ WANT PHOTECTION j South Vancouver, Jl. C, Feb. 15.- IJeeve Rushell ia to leave for Ottawa tonight to ask the Dominion govero-i ment to protect South Vancouver's uu-i sold debentures, amounting to $989,-' 000. against forfeiture and sale on ! treasury certificate account. 10c EMPRESS ^ mL-m monday = The Story of a Great Love A drama of big theme, hi;: emotional moments done in . a big way with the famous star at her best You've Never Seen Fetrova until you've seen "DAUGHTER OF DESTINY" HER FIRST PHOTOPLAY FROM HER OWN STUDIOS ^?Tf\OVA " DAUCHT6R ef DGSTINY TONIGHT MARGARITA FISCHER IN "THE GIRL WHO COULDN'T GROW UP." TOMORROW ELLA HALL IN "HER LITTLE BOY." Wesley Church. Lethbridge ONE DAY ONLY Mon., Feb. MATINEE AND NIGHT I FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE HERE Harry LAUDER t. NOW ON HIS FAREWELL TOUR IN AN ENTIRELY NEW REPERTOIRE OF SONGS, AND SOME OF HIS OLD ONES ASSISTED BY A LARGE COMPANY OF TALENTED ARTISTS. Advance Sale opens next Monday, February 18th at 10 a.m. at the Majestic theatre box office. Prices $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 and $1.00. Mail orders now received for $3.00 seats only. Address all orders to Len S. Brown, Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge, and enclose stamped addressed envelope for reply, and money order or accepted cheque to cover cost of tickets. Orders for seats will be filled in the order in which they are received. Positively no phone orders before n�xt Thursday morning, February 22nd. 536832 ;