Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
WKDNRSDAY, MAHCfl 27. 1018 THE LETrmRinOE OAILY IIKRALD PAGE FfVE yew Voj-k. N.Y., Mar. 27,~A)uorl-eii'b effort to moot florniftii aubmnrino ^varfttro moiinoo bau Junl baon rovoal- lunllj- havo oxtl Into jcrvlco, Mr, lltirloy salds Thfj hlRh lk)lat Jn tho curve ot 1)TO> dnctloii haH boon delayed. Mr, Hiirley jiolntod out. by ,a number of oausei^ -�;radually ihcae aro bolni? ovorcome, lie declared, nvA boforo many mtuitlis tho peaks wllJ harp bcop Toachon threatening as a protest against tim government's man power measiin:. What the Press Agents Say Washington, Mar. 27,-Negotla-tions for the transfer of 150,000 tons of Japanese shipping to the United State* have been completed on the basis of two tons of steei plates for one ton of dead weight ship capacity. . ' , , VALUABLE ORE London, March 27.-The discovery ot extensive deposits of wolfram; an ore' which Is important ns iv source ot tungsten, and also of molybdenite In the Yamathen district of Burma,'is reported in a dispatch from Rangoon to the Dally Mail. �ILLAI IGHI 'The No'er Do \S'ell," the big J-reel feature at the Km press tonight wts produced upon" tlip exact spot alljjded to by Rex Beach In the story. It Is filmed with all the vim ,snftp and punch that has made Rex Beach one ot our mosb poinilar authors. There are hair raising hand-to-hand fights, plot and counter plot and the do or die fplrlt ot the gptthere, the spirit that makes this-, one of^ the most fascinating offering.s iu the history ot motion pictures. ^ -_ * AT;STARLANT) Mutterlns'iiiffjurgations to herself to "remember that you're a ladjv' a tall, stately woman clothed in filmiest white went scurrying across the Par am'ount studios at Hollywood, stuff-Ihg a fat cigar inlo her goltf mesh bag as she went:', . N An overtumoil chair ijhky In her ptith and a well-ainidd kick sent it fjj'ing out ot the Sv;;iy, while tit the same time the fady started powdering her jinose. Not to kegp you in suspense turther-the ''lady" was'no other than Julian Eltiiigo, the famous feminine impersonator, hurrying to work on bis second Paramount photoplay, "The Clever Mrs. Carfax," under tho capable direction of Donald Crisp, who alsb made his first production, "The CountnsH Charming" which created a veritable sensation among film fans. '"I'hn Clover Mrs. Carfax" will bo hhoun at Starland tonight and tomorrow, it Is a splendid comedy-drama with thrills aplenty. In addition to the feature a good comedy and tho latest Gainont Graphic will be shown. ! AT THE ORPHEOM "'�Athletics may strengthen the frahie and build up the constitution," said Anna Luther, star ot William Fox photoplays, "but- it Is not a proof against sunburn. I have learned that, -to my Borrow and pain." In the taking ot the river scenes at "i'unia, the company acting In' "The Beast," was considerably exposed to the sun. The combination ot frequent dips into the water and thep long rests on the sands in the glaring Arizona sun, was too much. Every member ot Uie company became a living blister, and dainty Anna Luther, with her exceedingly white slUn, was among thd foremost. At tii� Orphoum tonight. / AT THE MAJESTIC When Capt. Nemo, Jules Verne's faraou.i hero in "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" blew his enemy'k yacht to atoms and watched through the under-sea window of the Nautilus, tho terrifying effect ot his vengeance, he saw the wreckage and victims descending to a watery grave on the bottom of the ocean. H(v-Haw a boy nnd girl struggling In the depths and In compassion rescued them and brought them aboard his mysterious craft. It was then this mysterious commander ot tho deep, who terroriz- ed the oceans with his suhnvjirlne inventions revealed to tho guests on hla boat the secret ot his lite, something which Jule.s Verne never told In his world-tamed adventure story. This Is one ot tho surprises pictured in this first submarine drama over made, nnd which the LTniversal was able to film at the bottom of tho ocean by the uad ot the famous submarine Inventions ot the Williamson Brothers. The production comes to the Majestic, on- Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, with one pertormanc>o nightly at 8.30 and dally matinees at 2.30. ngagement xclufive XTRA FMPRESC TONIGHT & 11 TOMORROW ik# MATINEE TONIGHT AT 8.30 VAUDEVILLE (THE GREAT NELSON CO.) Pictures MABEL NORMAND In "THE FLOOR BELOW" Prices .......... 50'c, 35c, 25c The Ne'er Do WeU IN TEN GRIPPING ACTS. BY REX BEACH. . AIRMAN KILLED Fort Worth. Texas, March 27.- H. Hooten, a cadet ot the Royal Flying Corps, whose home was in Montreal, Canada, was killed today when his airplane crashed to tho ground at Ever�-jnan Field, a British tlying'cam^ here. His was the forty fourth, fatal ayia-tlon accident In tho combined Britlgh and American camps In Fort Worth since they were established Inst fall. ABANDON STRIKE � CANADIAN SOLDIERS LECTURING ON THEIR KXPERIENCES AT .THE FRONT IN THE U. 8. A. No. 1, LJeuL J3. M. Roberts, from Duluth, enlisted In: the Canadian army In 1914, and has been In the transport service, iH-dcspatp^ rider and an aviator, Ho was wounded Avhlle flying at the Somnie iind .after recovering ma British hospltnl returned to France as pilot of an aerial squadron of tho British Boyal Flying Corps. He. had. brought down more tiitm a,dozen enemy pianos before he was finally Invalided homo. No. 2, Sergt. L. Shannon Cormftck,_-' , . ' .- 7 P-F-D. B�H�veau'8 Tuberculosis and Consumption ^ Compound J..D. HIGINBOTHAM &*C0. ^ , � AGENTS LethbHdge, Alberta 89-0 TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT JULIAN ELTINGE THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS FEMININE IMPERSONATOR, IN The Clever Mrs. Carfax A^OMEDY DRAMA IN FIVE PARTS Also Good Comedy. Qaumont Graphic AbMlSSION 20c AND 10c ' THE SUCCESSOR TO "TH^ SPOILERS"-FEATURING KATHLYN WILUAMS .AND THE ALL STAR "SPOILER'S" CAST ' Evening 7.00 and 9.00 o'clock. Adults 2Sc, 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" Triday Night & Saturday ' CHARLES RAY In "THE PINCH HITTER" ' SEVEN ACTS Here MONDAY IN TEN ACTS *Thc 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 chown at this popular play* house v tomorrow night only. MAJESTIC THEATRE EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY April lst-2nd SPECIAL AnRACnON (FOR CHARITy); "His Excellency The Governor*' A O^LIGHTPUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BEV , PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY . Popular Prices ................ 75c, 50c, 25c.. , Statt may b� reserved at Theatre Box Office In exehange for ^ ~.. tickets which are liow on sale by members of tho Company. Box � , C-Office open for thia purpoM Saturday, M^ch 30th. \ . , MAJfESTIC Thwsday, Friday and Saturday, This Wefek NIGriTS AT 8.30 _;^ : MATINEE DAILY AT 2�50 MAJESTIC g The Universal Film Company present the 8th Wonder of the World JULES VERNE'^IAI^TASTIC ROMANCE ' Under the 2000 PEOPLE IN THE COMPANY MARVELOUS SUBMARINE SCENES ACTED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN "A DAUGHTER OF THE CODS" FIRSTTiMEHERE WONpERFULSEASCENES-THftlLLlNG ACTION-INTENSELY DRAMATIC CUMAXESr-FICTION'S WILDEST DREAMS DROUGHT f 6', PRICES Nights....................................;........ ....... .....75c, 50c; 25c (AUIteW ' * *^*V^*-�^ Maline^JSc thy seat. Special ChildrwVMatinee .Saturday .........i,J '�^' MORE EA^CINATING THAN '^NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" 256?