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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKPNKSIUY, MA HOI I 27. IflIK TFfK MvTi'mRlfJfIR DAILY HKRAF.D PAGE FIVE U. S. SPEEDING New York, N.YV, 2". -Ainorl- Ci! effort ( (t'.\S|)i('> delay* til" i'lmnlry soon will have nr.ven hundred mid thirty steel rtblpliiiildlug pr.:rv!ee, Mr. | Hurley staid.. j Tin; high point le. Mm) curve of pro 1 duct Ion htm been Ac.tayoil. Mr.. Hurley 1 ^minted ouL by .'i number n' causes.. : Crndimlly these are ti"lng overcome, | lie declared, and be,'o:v many iiirjjiths \ Jlie peaks will hnvo been reached. "W'Jion tho liljrh point of the curve' finally bus lioisn reached and t>ir-. i magnitude of America'*: : lilplnillillug j pr�KI*illit in rr�;11iv,r:(," be nald, "il. will j bo a e.nil.lniii.iri jKiiTormuiiiMi ol pro- . -dtic.tlon iind launching." ' ! "Dillon:; we get lo tlio battle front wo will unt. win tho Wiir and thei'iil'nr.TJ II nil eonie:! hack to ships," nald Mr. ; Hurley. l:|ion (lie shipping board haul (Involved Hie responsibility of Htipply- I hit; tlilii In Hie end mid supplying il. j under the moid extraordinary condi-j" lions that, ever existed, iiL a lime i when every oilier IndiiKtry Ik being : Itixod to lb' utmost capacity In tl!i! I mutter of material* and labor lo pro- ' vide war neieasit leu. I INTERESTING T! Easter Of f erings'f rem our Grocery Department for Wednesday- "......* ' '"" 30c LOO Regular 3.5c lb. Bulk Peanut Butter Thursday, lb......................... 3 lbs. package Blue Ribbon Coffee, whole or ground. 3 lb%......................... Fels Napth.'i Soap (10 in caaoonj $1.00. Thur&rJny . . . .: ........ 1 lb. tlna Donolco Coffee. Guaranteed pure. Thursday, o'.r lb. only .............. 2 pkts. Cremctte Macaroni. Thursday, 2 for .........-........... Regular 85c 40c 25c A,I kinds Bulk and Packet Garden Seeds at Keenest Market Prices. Quart tins Pancake Syrup (caramel flavor). Regular 35c. Thursday, each ........... Coarse Chick Grit. Regular 8 Ib3. 25c. Thursday, 10 I be............../>....... 20 lb. Sacks 6. C. Fine Granulated Sugar. Thursday ............................. Hot House Cucumbers. Regular 35c. Thursday, each ........................ OwC 30c 25c 2.25 Deliveries Every Hour Phone 3 1 3 I his second I'nrn mount "I'be ('liner Mrs. Carfax, capable direction of Don who also", lib; first (' ---- I WISTFUL WISHING. (The animals in the Berlin '/. Cnlgarv. March 27.-Two witnesses] cialed). Keeper, "The Lion can fell an ox with a. blow of from .Medicine Hul. testified yesterday J ox! 1 wish I could got a chance at a rabbit!" N'ovy .Salirii. In the ltalley-i'.onnetl. criminal libel;______________ ___ ease, before Air. Justice Simmons in j ......... ""' Die criminal courl, that Mayor Hrown i of Medicine Hut. had approached them ! will, the proposition that they "fake I stock in the Medicine Hat. Times, as i it was ilirough the Conservative party Ilia.. Mcdiclm; Jlal. bud received the shell contracts The sum mentioned was nbo'it vl'.'i.'HtO. t!i and the. bidding was at. ail limes keen. Top price this morning was realized by Clou Carnock Donald, bred by .1. i). McGregor-of Brandon and Medicine Hal, at Sll'iJO. Anything with Glen Carnock blood in it was eagerly sought after. This was shown by Hie fact. thai, the second highest price was brought, by Pomona's pride offered by (.'. II. Richardson of How-den, at S.'IIO. | Tho Angus bulls offered were in I good uniform lot and officia.'s of the German |-Albert a Cattle Breeders' Association that Gen-i are well .pleased with the results to date. The sale was officially opened by Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, who told his bearers that he believed the demand for beel would continue for a long time to come and that farmers were well advised to invest now in pure bred It would in the end bring divi- has a long time h a protest again:-' man power measii. r" visibly eman-tiiil." I.ion. "An l J'etrograd). threatening as government's What the Press Agents Say photoplay, i ' under the | �ild Crisp, I production. ; "The Connies!: ('banning" which; created a v.n'able sensation among, film fans. "Th" Cd-vcr Mrs. Carfax" will be shown at Starland tonight and tomorrow. Il Is a spl"ridid eomedy-I'.rania with thrills aplenty. In addition to lb" feature a good comedy and the latest, (lament Graphic will be shown. AT THE MAJESTIC Whr.n famous hero in d"r ;he Soil" biew to atoms and write bed cfi.o. Jules Verne's 2U.000 Leagues l'n-tiis enemy'-: yacht through the ed the oceans with his subnyirlno inventions revealed Ui the guests on bis boat the secret of his life, something which Jules Verne never told in Ills world-famed adventure story. This is on" of the surprises pictured in ufider-.-ea window of Hie Nautilus, the! this first .submarine drama ever made. n EMPRESS TONIGHT "The Ne'er Do V.'i-u." the big ^-reel feature at the Mm press tonight wjis produced upon the exact spot alluded ! to by Hex Beach in tho story. It is ! filmed with all t.he vim .snap and i punch that has Rex Beach one i of our most popular authors. There: are hair raising hand-to-hand fights, j plot and counter plot, and the do or ] die #pirit of the get-there, the spirit j that makes this one of the most fas-i cinaUng offerings in the history of mo- j tion pictures. i AT THE ORPHEUM ""Athletics may strengthen the frame and build up Hie constitution," said Anna Luther, star of William Fox photoplays, "bur, it is not a proof against, sunburn. I have learned that, � - to my sorrow and pain." In the taking of the river scenes at Yuma, tile company acting in' "The Heast," was considerably exposed to tho sun. The combination of frequent dips into the water and then long rests on the sands in the glaring Arizona sun, was too much. Every member of the company became a living blister, and dainty Anna Luther, with her exceedingly white skin, was among the foremost. At the Orpneum tonight. tfiiifying effect of his ven>,'eanee. lie s f.v Hie wreckage and victims descending to a watery grave on the bottom of the ocean. Tie saw- a. boy and girl struggling in Hie depths and in compassion rescued them and brought, them aboard his mysterious craft. It. was then this mysterious command0!" of the deep, who terroriz- aud which the 1'niversal was a.ble to film at the bottom of tho ocean by the use of the famous submarine Inventions of the Williamson Brothers. The production comes to the Majestic, on Thursday. Friday and Saturday of this week, with one performance nightly at 8.30 and daily matinees at 2. .'10. III ngagement xclusive XTRA CMPRESC B~J TONIGHT & 1 J TOMORROW MATINEE The Ne'er Do Well I EES IN TEN GRIPPING ACTS. THE SUCCESSOR TO BY REX BEACH. 'THE SPOILERS"-FEATURING respondent continues, have been es- j dends. tablished in an old castle near St. j Quentin, which is visited daily by the j emperor and crown prince. j LTD. Owing to the shortage of manila In all j hemp, the Hrantford Cordage com pany may have to closo. JAPS LENDS! TO THE U. S.N0W Washington, Mar. 27.-Negotiations for the transfer of 150,000 tons of Japanese shipping to the United States have been completed on the basis of two tons of steel plates for one ton of dead weight ship capacity. AT STARLXND Muttering'Objurgations to herself to "remember that you're a lady," a tall,! stately woman clothed in filmiest; white went scurrying across the Par-j amount studios at Hollywood, stuff-! ing a fat cigar into her gold mesh bag I as she went. s i An overturned chair Jay in her path  and a. well-aimed kick sent it fh/iug I out of the way. while at the same ] time the fndy started powdering her (nose. >fot to keep you in suspense further-the Mady" was no other than Julian Eltingo. the famous feminine impersonator, hurrying to work on TONIGHT AT 8.30 VAUDEVILLE (THE GREAT NELSON CO.) Pictures MABEL NORLAND in "THE FLOOR BELOW" Prices .......... 50c, 35c, 25c KATHLYN WILLIAMS AND THE ALL STAR "SPOILER'S" CAST ' Evening 7.00 and 9.00 o'clock. Adults 25c, Children 10c Matinee Continuous from 1.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Thursday and Friday Matinees MARY MILES MINTER in "Peggy Leads the Way" Friday Night & Saturday CHARLES RAY in "THE PINCH HITTER" - SEVEN ACTS VALUABLE ORE London. March 27.-The discovery of extensive deposits of wolfram, an ore which is important as a source ol tungsten, and also of molybdenite in the Yamathen district of Burma, is reported in a dispatch from Rangoon to the Daily Mail. CANADIAN SOLDIERS LECTURING ON THEIR EXPERIENCES AT TmE FRONT IN THE u. S. A. No. 1, Lieut. ]i. M, Roberts, from Duluth, enlisted in Ihe Canadian army In 1914, and has boen in the transport service, a despatch rider and an aviator. Ho was wounded while flying at the Somnie and after recovering in a ISritish hospital returned to Franco as pilot of an aerial squadron of ihe British Royal Flying Corps. He had brought down more than a dozen enemy planes before be was finally invalided home. No. 2, Sergt. L. Shannon Cormack, is Australian bom, but when the war started was a reporter on a Brooklyn paper. Ho hiked at once to Canada and went over with the Fifth Canadian Field Artillery. He got on Gen. Byiig's staff and sew servico on the Ypres, Soiiime and Arras fronts. Twice wounded, he was invalided home, and in here at present on leavo from a Canadian hospital. AIRMAN KILLED Fort Worth. Texas, March 27.-- H. Hoot en, a cadet of the Royal Flying Corps, whose home was in Montreal, Canada, was killed today when his airplane crashed to Hie ground at Ever= man Field, a British flying camp, here. His was the forty fourth fatal aviation accident in the combined British and American camps in Fort Worth since they were established last fall. ABANDON STRIKE London. Mar. 27.-Id view of the critical situation at the front the Amalgamated Society of Fjiglneers has abandoned the strike movement, . it FOR SALE P. F. D. Beltiveau's Tuberculosis and Consumption Compound J. D. HIGINBOTHAM &*CO. AGENTS Lethbridge, Alberta S9-C TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT JULIAN ELTINGE THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS FEMININE IMPERSONATOR, IN The Clever Mrs* Carfax A COMEDY DRAMA IN FIVE PARTS Also Good Comedy. Gaumont Graphic ADMISSION 20c AND 10c Here MONDAY IN TEN ACTS *The Honor System' Miss Alice McKinzie "The California Song Bird" ORPHEUM TONIGHT ONLY Wm. S. Hart in Geo. Walsh in The Last Card The Beast Rex Beach's "Ne'er-Do-Well" will be shown at this popular play house tomorrow night only. MAJESTIC THEATREJ EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY April lst-2nd SPECIAL ATTRACTION (FOR CHARITY)' "His Excellency The Governor" A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BE PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY Popular Prices................75c, 50c, 25c Seats may be reserved at Theatre Box Office in exchange for tickets which are now on sale by members of tha Company. Box Office open for this purpose Saturday, March 30th. MAJESTIC Thursday, Friday and Saturday, This Week NIGHTS AT 8:30 MATINEE DAILY AT 2:50 MAJESTIC 41 SERGEANT CrtAttLtS tifMUi^itirtiM . The Fulham .V.C., visits his old school In St. tmnstan's Road, Rnmmer-�mith, .where he was presented with a silver wristlet, watch by the children �nd teachers. Sergt. Spademan shaking hands with the small children. The Universal Film Company present the 8th Wonder of the World JULES VERNE'S LANTASTIC ROMANCE 0,00 Under the Sea 1 2000 PEOPLE IN THE COMPANY MARVELOUS SUBMARINE SCENES ACTED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN "A DAUGHTER OF THE GODS" FIRST TIME HERE MORE EASCINATING THAN "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" WONDERFUL SEA SCENES-THRILLING ACTION-INTENSELY DRAMATIC CLIMAXES-FICTION'S WILDEST DREAMS BROUGHT TO LIFE. PRIPFS  N'Shts............. ...........................................75c� 50c> 25c (All Reserved) * Matinees 25c any seat. Special Children's Matinee Saturday .............................. 10c ;