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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY THE LEtHBRIpQE OAHA' HERALD PAGE FIVE Whatlthe Press Agents Say the 4TTHE EMPRESS Herbert iur ol new liliifrblrd teamre. has beea recognized as a typical "iiutfoM Idol." or lady's man of the etage and screen, and In filming ot many of ihe Important I scents of new picture, "Brace most' conclusive proirf of this was} again demonstrated. A football fame between rival col- leges In I.os Angeles was utilized 10 staRe many of. the In "Brace UiV nnd flock of rollfice girls, who were watching the-regular xame j horrified to see tha good-look- ing haKback, who had gone Into the game at tbe opening of the third quar- ter, knocked out and carried from the field, 'this Is at the tonight. Annette KeMermarm In "A Daughter "of the Gorfij" at the Orpheum tonight VTURkS TAKEN PRISONER gY THE BRITISH IN MESOPOTAMIA w Umf at an advanced depot to embark ed for tiasra. AT THE OKPUEUM r. William Fox presented "A Daughter of the with Annettt Keller- mann, at the Lyric theatre, New York. on Tueadaj, Oct. n The spectacle attracted'much comment In the Xew York dailies, the. majority ot them speaking favorably of and from the way 'the public hae received It, a run of ruaby weeks been predicted. The picture must measure over ten thousand feel, as on the opening night ft took, a lull two hours and a half to run It off, .Including a five minute lu- termlcSlon. "A Daughter of the1 Uoila" commcoc- es with a delightful little allegorical bit', In which two EOILK are the central-figures. One of them is-kill- ed by .a cat anil tbe other led without its throws itself into the water. Thui.thsy both become creatures ot the sea. In after years (he male bird takes therform of man and la mla- taken lor. the long lost son ot a rich aultan., The'female as a (Miss who is iyider the spall of a wltcu, although a good fairy doe? her best to put the v.-itch 10 rout. The film then shows Anltla's 'wan- derings, -The Sultan goaded by the witch, tries in divers ways to kill her, the supposed Eon refutes many of his plans. She.drifts into the king- dom ot the gnomes, and vheti tho Sul- tan's'iroops revolt against him she leads, the gbomes, who nuddsnly change to armed.men against the rev- olutionists, this will be shown at the r'otlc Fund of 1914 was carried in a few minutes when the house niei this afternoon. A resolution to amend the Inspect- ions and Sale Ai-i, to jirovide more ef- fectively for (he marking, inspection and picking ol Irult. wan curried and a bill based on rvsulu'.iuu ran giv- en first readlns- The house then Jnio supply on the estimates of iho ot trade and commerce, Appropriations neeesaary for mall subsidies in con- nection with ocean showed it considerable decrease owing u> the to m man deer In K of a large number of vessels for war purposes. The amount required for this purpose ru ihc Atlan- tic and Pacific was decreased by ISCV 333. 'Mabel Normand will be steri at tfce Majestic on, Monday, md Wedneiday In "Joan of Pllattsb urg." Amendments to Patriotic Fund Act Are Passed EMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY Prices 10: HERBERT RAWLIN8ON BRACEUP Bluebird Photoplay Pride of York. -______________' t ATSTARLAND escnntior.ally fino cast Ottawa, May. reported re- fusal of the United States War de- partment to accede to proposals whereby some ol ]uie French army mfght be-released.. for agricultural purposes and be replaced by Ameri- can troops was tip in the house this morning by Thomas Vteii, the mgmber for-Lotbiniero. Mr. Yicn an-Jteni published In tho be permisilble to pay money. Xo one waa given an absolute right. I Mr. Morphy. said the clautti1 would bring Japanese and Italians vlthtii the scope of the fund. Mr. UuEf be eo amended chosen b> Director Robert Thoraby.. Montreal Star to.'thiE effect and ask-. 'eel U Uic government Jtad any infor- "I have no of- ficial report at all except; of course, we have official information that the various classes In Great Britain, sub- ject to military, service have been cal- i of Paramount to surround Vivian Mar- i J tin .in that star's "newest Holly Entangled. The cast Includes [arrisbn rebenUy .co-stor- Fannie Ward in "Oa tbe Lav- also .a' Paramount picture; Noah icory, noted lor his unusual charact- irizattonB; O: 9. SpauldlnE, Helen Dun- i tr, G. H. Gqwland, Jane Ke.ckley and V.'-A. Carroll. Starland IB showing hi f Mi s Martin's latest, and most popular photoplay ITALIAN "SC.IATORI" or check. on-paUol flarj on hflgkta ivhore Teutonic being held in HAIL INSURANCE your crops ajalnst'hall. Hi strong Compan- K lei, silfflclcntlV able lo 100 per cent in. case complete loss. Quick adjustment, anfl rislc pieced from date ot application. Xo farmer can afford to carrr his own risk, owing lo lilgn coil crop In, and price ol'ail grnfnt. s'. Will Insure lor Jld.OO ptr aero anil up. RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED The Weichesttr Fire Co., of New York .The Anfincy, of Rochester, N. Y. 'The Company, of' Calgary, "Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE R.S. MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lethbrldge Adjoining Bank of Nova Scotia, DO YOU KNOW THAT GENERAL SUPPLIES LIMIT-. D, CALGARY, HAVE aoLDVMOR.E WHEEL TRACTORS IN TWO WERE BY WHERE DA, IN TWICE THE LENGTH OF TIME, THE PIRSTVYEAR OF J NTROOU'C- AE n stage Etruck girl In "Bib's Mat- DeeIdol" tho .Panmourit' picture ton? Mary Roberts Rlaeh'irt'a wall- knofifl Saturday KvenlEg etory, Marguerite Clark is her best and most adoring .-self from first fool of film that-slides screen lo the last. 'Many; of the incidents in the story Occurred in a iheatre, ahd ID order to secure the beat Director J. Dawley rented'one- of the larg- ast New York City playhouses where led and recalled over and over It has been "the desire to hare in tlie fighting linu every available man (o the.' extent of moat sf lously with important industries." .Halifax Relief. Thev house wenL Into eomihittee on the LHf respecting-the Halifax Relief Commisaton. The purpose of the bill, Sir Robert explained, WAS merely to confirm an ot Ihe legislature of tho province conferring certain povr- ers on the I Kelief Commisaion, Hon. tho minister :of railways ami canals, (f as ft resullt of1 the revelations, made ai tiie Inqnlry tltsaster ilractic njeasfirea should bo Inken to !W i lua) iiyuoea mieiw morning for several1 days, Miss al repetition of such nn Clark and her company rehearsed and filmed the scenes. A unique experience waa: that of the "stage" actors "who were being, "screened" at- the sami time. Manager Fleming of Starland has secured. "Bab's Matinee Idol" for his theatre'on Monday and; Tuesday. An- other of those extremely funny two- roaliFartmoiint-Senriett 'comedies will be tbown on the same program. Mar evenln'r' George A. ManVle.' honorary secfetavy oi the Saskatchewan branch of; tho Canada food board, received, by., wire important amendments tb'tlie recent order ot tho (N'o. April haying to hoarrl- of flour. AT THE Ai ,a special holiday BecJrrd the wonderful rau- sic4ii play "A Daughter of the for neit Thursday, and Friday, with 'special matinee on after- fhi f his J list'now Is playlns a vAry engagement at the .OrAnd Calgary, arid-has record runs to ita credit In all tiie j.irInetpBl Canadian and.'Ainerican cities. V is not a motion two additional subsections to Sec- HOD No. 3, reading aa r A, bona lldq Jarmer shall 'permitted to to the or- of tho tr. ienx. "Rorden stated the amount of FMeral aasietance lo Hall- ftx was As- ElaUnce received ,from tli4 United SlateaVr provincial etc., for relief purposes to over Patriottc Fund. the housn' went ilnto commlt- hat il will deal only with the depend' :nls nt men actually enlisted in Hie Canadian arniy. ilr. MnM.istpr of Hrnmp. not agree proposal which, cave out French and Delgian. reserv- sls. "And British also." observed the minister oE justice. U. S. Dependents. J; Turriff asserted that by this time iiost year there might be tb'rne American eoldiers In Fiance 1C their woumu ami children chose ti come to Cariiida, the Patriotic Funi wquld be responsible for "payments t> the'm as'well as" 15 soldiers of the pc minion unless-the act was amended He the .value of "the lln as an ally, but-he though the United. States was able ,to care for her soldiers'-'dependents: Mr. MeMaster Introduced an amend ment providing that 'the corporatloi attminlsteting the dlstr: butc to relatives and dependents o soldiers w'ho were domiciled in Can ada on August ,22, 1914. Hon. C. J. Doherty stated that ho dlwish to find fault "with any sug geattona which woulfl tend.lo Iruprov the operation of the fuoci. "He express ed the opinion that the.people of Can ada felt that tho relatives of the so diers sliould- not be left to starve ihe street; h Mr' his ame meut before the House1 adjourned fo lunch. J- Was Carried Tlie act to'amendi Canadian. PK MABEL NORMAHD DELVES i INTO HISTORY OF JOAN. Mabel Nor ma ml a p peats in "Joan of Pla'lUburg'' at the Majestic Theatre for three days beginning Monday.] tee on Ihe senate bill to amend the As-Us name (he 'photoplay i Canadian .Patriotic .Fund Act, Mr Is R .modern production, avbnsored. Lcmieuz asiced u'helher the money hy'Ooldwyn and written- by Porter EiyertOn Browne., Yet In spile of the presence of training c.aVnp'at'.l'toiUaburf. there Is a strong rioie-'of-historic appeal as we'll For Mabel Kormand as Ilic 'charter required in future, would he collected from Ilic public, tunilihcrlo or would the governihenl take upon itself the ImpoflHlon.' of a special lax. He thought tliat- there sliould he some means of reaching all.classes of. pco- orphan, the drudge of n tlreflr Instf-jple and tlsoiight-that n small tnx union, sees herself tho reincarnation would meet the situation, of the tinmortAl Maid of Mr. asked why assistance Jeanne of the P' Arf.- Jn this Uhonld lii gffen to the relatives o( aol whom had laid In law co-operative hasia tiirt alchewari tlon. lo.eiipplfei'on rough the Grain Growers' assocts- ..dy the past and made tojdlers-whb bad hever lived In (Janada. nieetV and while there are.no scenes j Canadian oUigatfons not laVd In the drplian' ImiKi'nGg hermit rfnrt In malhat the head oi a besieging BrmJ'- Her Imag- ination, of course, takes definite- form on the screen and Ihe child Is seen" by tho audience in the armor of Joan of'France. 'Mattel N'ormand, by eplrlt VoIceA; 'Mabftl Xor'mand, spurred on RIVALRY IN CHINA; Toklo. Jlay Ihe The progress of the co-opera- tive agreement Japan and China lias bce.T lmltc.1 by rivalry bcli cen llio Northern and factions In Chjna i dillons. lo a distortion of by magnificent resolve, >ml Mabel Norniand'leading a victorious are hew phases of her manifold dlsflo3cd for the first tlma un- der of Ool dv yn May, (be young pitcher of the St. Cards, is not much on size, but life lias a wpridfirfiil ,amount ol sjnoki cnmo up fYbm the Texas league laJ( seaf alidj prontse of hococilng A iip'faat enough anil ity ciiongli. Tlie.ininlRtcr of justicfi the clause defined to whom It mtght I'rlvate -.cce-Iretl In Daw- frprri'i'ranccr announce the death at on the Ilvlera, of 6no'of the yountf'tttin of Ho6ert Service, bard of Jhri Yukon ancl author ol "Songs of a. awl oliier versus. 3 Nighb Starting Mon., May 20th The Neweit.Trlumph of Qlrl Who Nevar QOLDWYN'PBESENTS MABEL NORM AND "Joan of Plattsburg" By PorTftr. Emenon Browne. 'Tho-flcreeti's Firnt UIg Patriotic Comedy Drama ONCE NIGHTLY AT Entire Balcony 25c Entire Main Flour 35c We ray thJ Tax MONDAY AND. TUESDAY ARA.MOUNT PICTURES PRESENtI Bab's Matinee Idol ROBERTS RINEHART "Are Waitrewes'Safe" Two Reel Pariimognt-Sennttt Comedy Thursday, Fridiy, May Mitinoe Friday, Victoria Diy The .Season's KiiTOst Sensation. Another "Bird ot United 'ProduolnB- and F. W. Rowl A Play of nnii Deaiity, wllh a Great Cast of 25 People, In- ciudlne Nntire Hnwallin'llkulela Stagers and Dancers NOT A MOTION PICTURE PRICES: "Evenings: {I'.OO 7Jc, Me 76c, Me TONIGHT and .Annelte Kellcrmann, IN "A Daughter of the Gods" Your last chance to sec the t beautiful. IN HELtO TONIOrfT ONLY PARAMOUNT PIOTUflES PRESENT VIVIAN MARTIN 'f ENTANGLED" ;y. ;