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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDA^i', MAY 18,1018 TMK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Whaithe Press Agmtts Say �i � i,.-M � I �' ' AT THE EMPRESS Herbert Hswllninn. �t�r of th� new Hluebtrd featiirp. "nr�r.n Vp." llHB �lw�yil been reroKnlzwl aH i� typical "iB�thi�e Idol." or l�dy'� men of the et&ge �ne to proposals whereby Borae of Oie French army might be released, for agricultural purposes and he replaced by American troops was brought up in the hou'se this morning by Tlioma.s VIen, the member for Lotbiniero. Mr. Vien referred to an ,item published in tho -Montreai Star to this effect and ask-of Paramount to surround Vivian Mar-j ed if the government had any Infor-tjn Jn that star's newest photoplay, j mation. "Molly Entangled.' The cast Includes Harrison Ford, who recently .co-stnr-red with Fannie Ward in "On the Level,' also a Paramount picture; Noah Bcory, noted for hie unusual characterizations; G. S. Spauldlng, Helen Dun-/{ bar, G. H. Gowland, .liuie Keckley and \V. A. Carroll. Starland Is showing tWs,.Miss Martin's latest and most popular photoplay, tonight; ITALIAN "SCIATORI' check. or Skl-eM on patrol duty on the heights -where the Teutonic InTaderi are being held In hail INSURANCE FARMERS-Inauco your crops' agalnat hall. In strong Compan-V les. sufficiently able to pay 100 per cent, in case complete loss. Quick adjustments, and risk placed from date ot application. No faritjer can afford to oarry his own risk, owing to high cost of putting crop In, and high price of all grains. Will insure for $10.00 psr acre and up. RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED The Weschtster Fire Insurance Co., of New York The Rooheatar 'Lir\^erwrlters' Aaenoy, of Rochester, N. Y. 'The Canada Security Assurance Company, of Calgary, Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE r. S. MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lcthbrldge Adjoining the. Bank of Nova Scotia. DO YOU � KNOW THAT GENERAL SUPPLIES LIMIT-^ED, CALGARY, .HAVE SOLD> MORE MOLINE WHEEL TRACTORS IN TWO MONTrfs THAN WERE BVER SOLD BY ANVO.NC. ANYWHERE'-IN .CAfilA-DA, IN TWICE THE LENGTH OF TIME, THE FIRST YEAR OF I NT ROD UC-TIONr 9 Why Put Up With the ^Kvlliisanitary Outhouse'/ Ijl u'--U U^'lf ikrimr'M Horn taulppti itllh Aiiu>l(i� C/oMi SkQnllntu-Comfiut- Conicntancc closet system Not � mere chemical cgmmode-^ut ^ practicsl permanent link inilillalion' and the moil uiiil'siy mMhoil �ulhoiitiei all over the cduntiry aad etleniively uisd in publu mivk�; - No eeupool-odoi-Waiet-Mww-plumbiagl _ Cqili only a Irselion' ovn, s csol a dty la operate. Any one cui put il in-no attention retjuited allci cxGcpl to emply tank twice a year. KilU all germi-prolccti your health, Ideal for farmi and villi|e konlei. Khooli, cKurchet. fic-loriei, etc. We aie the pri||inilBr> and patentee! ol the Kaurtina UDdqgiound (sqk tyiiein-dga*! tcept a lubililutc 01 injilolion. v Ifrf/e/of puftf^l/** . V . / The Kaustihe;& General Supply Company, Ltd. p. 0. Box 190, Lithbrlrige - Distributors for Alb9r;tV anij B. C, MAKE A RETURN Reglua, May 17.-Thft evening', George A. Mantle, honorary secretary of the Saskatcliewan branch ot. the Canada food board, received by wire Important amendments to th� recent order ot the board (No. Ill, issued on April 25), having to do,with "the hoarding ot flour.' � " The amondments are in the form of two additional subsocUoii^ to Section No. 1, reading as follows: "C-A bona fide .farmer shall be permitted ta hold, subject to the order of the Canada food board, the amount ot flour ma(|e' wholly or in part from wheat he may have In hie possession axfiosa of' the amount prer scribed by the above order (No. 31) it on ov before ,)unc 1918, he reports to the miller or dealer from whom it waa purcUasod or by whom It was manufactured the-excess amount held by him. It shall then be the duty ot suoh miller or dealer to report all such hol(lInge to the Canada food board on forms to be supplied and at such times ns lie Is directed. '.'D-j�ay person holding or. having '.n hU poRsesslon not more than 2S pounds ot flour made* v/hoUy tor In part from >^eat, or who holds or has )n hia pog^slon at the dale hereof PMt. only of one original package In which such flour was purchased, though the amount exceed 25 pounds, shall bo permitted to hold the same.' This relieves n somewhat serious situation 80 far as the farmers are concerned in' this province, many of whpm had laid In huge aupplies "on a co-operative basis through the Sask- atchewan Grain tlon. Growers' assocla- RIVALRY IN CHliviA Tokio, Way 14.-(By the A4j?ocfated PrijBs)-I'he progress of the co-operative agreement hotweenv Japan,,.and China lias boon halted leaiporarljy by rivalry bQly/oen; tho Northorii /'^nd' Soutliern factions In Cliliui whIo'U.js loading to a distortion of peace 'doh-illtldns. .. As n stage struck girl In "Bab's Matinee Idol," tho Paramount picture from" Mary Roberts Rlnehart's wall-known' Saturday Evening Post story. Marguerite Clark Is her best and most adoring .-solf from the first toot of film that filides across the screen to the last. Mary of the incidents In the story occurred in a theatre, ahd in order to secure the heat effects, Director J. Searle Dawley rented one ot the largest New York City pjayhouses where eved-y morning for several days. Miss Clark and her company rehearsed and filmed the scenes. A unlQue experience was that of the "stage" actors who were being "screened" at the same time. Manager Fleming of Starland has secured "Bab's .Mattneo Idol" for his thcktne'on Moiulay and Tuesday. ^Vn-other ot those extremely funny two-roet' Piiramount-Sennett 'comedies will be shown on the same program. AT THE MAJl:STIC As .� (peclal holldny 4ttr�ctiun, ^le maaanment of the Majestic have aecUivd the wonderful Hawaiian musical play "A IDaughter ot the �lun," tor next Thursday and Friday, with a special matinee on .Friday afternoon (Victoria Day I. This .a.ttractl6n juat'now is playing a very ^juccessful engagement at the Grand Theatre, Calgary, and has record runs to its ?redit in all the iirlnclpal Canadian and American cities. v It is not a motion picture, hut a "real live" play Interpreted by a large oompany, nnd surmounted by a magnificent scenic production. Seats will go on sale un Tuesday at the box office. MABEL NORMAND DELVES INTO HISTORY OF JOAN. Mabel Normand appears in "Joan of Plattsburg" at the Majestic theatre tor three days beginning Monday. As its name iiuilcatee, iho photoplay la a modern production, sp^usored by Ooldwyn and written by Porter Emerson Browne.. Yet In spite of the presence of the officera' training c^Wp at Plattsburg, there Is a strong note of historic appeal as well. For Mabel Normand as Joan,- the charter orphan, the drudge of a drear iustl-tution, sees hiu'self thft reincarnation of the Iirimortal Maid ot Orlenus, Jeanne of the villHge ot Arc. In this way the past and present are made to meet, and while tliere are no scenes riot lalcl in the present, the orplian imnginog her:i^lf clad in mall at the hea{\ pt a besioging army. Her Iniag-Inutlon, ot course, takes definite form on the screen and the child is actually aeen' by the audience In the armor of Joan of France. Mallei Normand, tormented by spirit voices; Mabel Nofiiiand, apuvrAd on by magnllicent resolve, and Mabel Normand leading a viotbrioua host- thfBQ are hew phases ot her manifold gl^ta, disclosed Tor the first time under t'h'b ' sympathetic preBeutatioa ot Qdldwyn. , *. ... May, the youpg pitcher of the St. Louis Cards, Is not mi|ch on size, but lie'lias u'woi{der(.ul .amount ot spioki. |;le came (jp f,i'bm the Texas league -lak yeiy-, aluj^, gives promise ot becoming a stlir. Sir Robert Borden: "I have no official report at all except, of cour.ie, we have official information that the various classeR in Oreai. nritain. subject to military service have been called and recalled over and over again. It has been the desire to have in the fighting line every available men to the. extent ot it^-erfering moat seriously with important industries.'' Halifax Relief. The house went Into coinihittee on tlie bill respecting tiie Halifax Hellef Commission. The purpose of the bill. Sir Robert explained, was merely to confirm an act of the legislature of the province conferring certain powers on the H'SlUax Relief Commission. Hon. Rodolphe Lemleux asked the minl.ster of railways nnd cnnnlfl. if a.s a resuUt of the revelations, made at the Inquiry into the'-Hallfax disaster, draetic measures should be taken to prevent a! repetition ot such an event. The minister announced that the commission of pilotage inattei^ was now i on its way la the Pacific Coast where innulrles wBuld be made into pilotage at Vancouver, Victoria and Nanalnto. Should the commUteo report it advisable to place these sys-' terns under the control, of the minister, the recommendation would be acted upqn. .Care Belna Taken. Referring more partictrUirly to Montreal, to which reference had been made by Mr. Lemleux, the minister stated thaf steps h*d been taken to see that all explosives are kept several miles from the'port, in addition eftlct regulations governing the ha#d--ling of explosives and the movement of ammunition ships are now in force. All possible precautions have been taken to prevent n' recurrence of the disaster such as that which occurrer of Rrome. cou\d not agree with tin; proiioaai which would leave out French and Helglan reservists. "And British also," o)werved the minister nf juKtice. U. S. Dependents, ,1; G. Turriff asaerled that by this tliiio ne.vt year there might be three million -Vmericnu fioldiers in France. It their women and children chose to come to Cauirda. the Patriotic Fund wpnld be responsible for poyments to them ns well as to soldiers ot the Dominion unless.the act was amended. He appreciated the value ot the United Statfes as an ally, but he thought tile United States waa able to care for her soldiers'. dependents. .Mr. .McMa.ster introduced an amendment providing that the corporation ndininlstering the tund^ should distribute to relatives and dependents ot Rolillers who were domiciled in Canada on August Tl. 1014. Hon. C. J. Doherly slated that he did not wish to find fault witli any suggestions whicli would tend to improve the operation of the fund. He expressed the opinion that the people ot Canada felt that tl)e relatives of the soldiers should not he left to starve In Jhe street. .Mr. McMaster w.ithdrew his amend-meut before the liouse'adjourned for lunch. Was Carried  The act to amend 'he Canadian Pat- Private letters vecolved In Dawson, V.T., from Franco',' announce the death at Atentono, on tho Rvlerii, of Doris/Service, bne'ot the young twin dainghters of RoBart W. Service, bard of Jh� Yukon and author of "Songs' ol a. Sourdough"  and other- versus. MAJESTIC 3 Nightii Starting Next Mon., May 20th The Newest Triumph of the Qlrl Who Never Disappoints OOLDWYN PRESENTS MABEL NORMAND IN "Joan of Plattsburg" By Porter Emerson Browne. The,Screen's First Big Patriotic Comedy Drama ONCE NIGHTLY AT 8:30 PRICES: Entire Balcony......... 2Sc Entire Main Floor ... ... .. 35c ' We ray th* Ta* HERBERT RAWLIN80N in brace up Bluebird Photoplay Monday-"The P.rlde of Naw York. MONDAY AND. TUESDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRE8EN1T Bab's Matinee Idol By WAR') ROBERTS RINEHART ""ALSO ''Are Waitresses Safe'' Two Reel Paramount^ennatt Comedy MAJESTIC TWO- NIOITS-TWO Thursday, Frijiif, May 23-24 Matlnea Prlday, Vlotorla Day The Season's lifiMet Sensation. Another "Bird of Faradise." United Produolno- Co., Ltd., and F. W. Rowland Offer THE MASSIVL SCENIC SPECTACLE t BAUfiHTEH ofThe %W( THE \TORy Ol AN HAWAIIi\N BllTrFHFlY A Play of Love nnd Beauty, with a. Great Cast of 25 People; including Native Hawallan-TJkulele Players, Singers and Dancers NOT A MOTION PICTURE PRICES: Evenings; $1.60, $1.00 7Bo, SOc ,. $1.00, 75c, BOc Matinee:' TONIGHT azj/gc and ISe M- Annette Kellermann IN "A Daughter of the Gods" Your last chonco to see the fcictura beautiful. 'LONESOME LUKE' IN ".IjlE^tO TEACHER" TONIGHT ONLY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT , VIVIAN MARTIN mOLLY ENTANGLED" It ;