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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THWSDAY; IXMLX UOIULIJ PHOTOPLAYS m Amusements VAUDEVILLE MARKETS uft WINXIPEG, April in ll'a cash markets coulinues dull aud fcaturolcee. 'and the volurao of trade was.-very light again today. The de- inaud for cash oats, barley and flax v.-os only fair and offerings light. v.Ilh all swecas reported unchanged. Tho predominating influence on the future market today was the strength Fhnwn In Chicago and all prices, with tho cxcfplleu of flax, advanced on tho lornl'iunrket. Osts closed 3-4c higher for May and .luiy; barley l-4c higher for -.May. and 1 1-Su higher for July; flax 13 l-2e lower for 5iay, and 16tc down for July, mid rye 1 7-Sc higher for May. Oats May July July Ulay Only Oils 2'C.W.' Kxtra 1 No. 1 Fc5d Track Hat-ley .1 .v.v.-.c. a Open 154 507 Clost '-'4% U9H COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION MEETS FRIDAY, CALGARY CALOARY; APril tlous trom'i'Wiunlper, Hegina, ff Moose Kdraon- 4 't every bisuch of the sen-Ice, -f Every member of the cast nnd chorus has a record o( at least sixteen mouths ser- .vice to Credit before JoinUis the 'entertainment corps.. Their berrormauce, while giren en- tirely by soldiers, alone similar lines to tho big musical 'revues._ much lir vogue In London and .N the illast word in gorgeousneBi aud the A I sous and dance .most ol which written eapecfally for thorn by Eome of BnsUud's best com- posers, are brilliantly sung and exe- cuted. 'nTor-tho The and scenery the Coloitea- lion .Associalibii, which Is (ail- ed for Kriday Cash Prices ...ICO >'eed :d.. 05 No. 2 Feed. flG 04 03 t 33 IE" Track ...15SK sy. z c.w. Track steer sold at J14.05, and a few good b'jlfhor cows good veal calves S10.5U, and steelier steers to (10.40, 'with lighter stackers 7.73 to No hogs wei'o sold'aV-noon. Wlnhlpej) Llveitock M'INSIl'EG, April (Dominion restock. today ere 2CS cattle ami 307 hogs. Trad. g this morning was fairly brisk. ooil quality butcher, steers weighed from to.J12.75, while those! medium 'eradcs changed hands round ?10.00 to flO.BO; Sulcher 's of good duality' from to 10.75; cows ?3 to .stockers and, eders helil steady vritli a, fair do- 1 andj( m-_ Hog Market wiis this mor.lv vg, buyers bidding 520.50 for selects ed and watered. New-York Stocki NEW YORK, April Closing lies: C. P.. H. 124; .U. S. steel, 01 7-8; TJ; S.iSteel preferred 112 6-8. .104 2 C ary Livectdck CALGAR-1. 'April 1.- l.iva'-lock :ind cightean cuttle add 97 hogs were the inarkef. at noou, ivhh cattle Etill to untpul.- Few cattle had been weighed up at noon.. One Stops Hail Doubles Coming Out Its.- Beauty- IBS, and all Orient U featured, will also be shown. Earjly a special added attraction, a r Bryant her. Bry-jol lha SDiashing serial "The Midnight ant a pUywritlt vbo has once sue-! and u specltl two part comedy cestfully eluded "tha wiles of one! riot "Oharlio Oet'u a Job" In which the Ulaiit Nelson, a cbvmtr if ever there' cutfChink comedian Cliarlle from the was Diana Is an aclrei................. her best acting is cot before tho footlights, poor little :ot seutatlon'al wild aulmal hunting Kate learns when she finds her bus-. pictures will be- shown. These, are baud slipping from a disaster Allen's animal hunt pictures, I'.er intuition warned her of when they thbj rarflcular reel belnK "i'ralllng went to the city and she would have The Leopard In the African Jungle." to match her untrained vrlts, her lick Actually taken at'the risk ot his life. of social training and her Ignorance Major Allen his secured some street in California was of button lathe, 1M kegs of ualls. 100! loads of crushed 50 barrels .of cement, 3Q yards of -sand. 20 tons of plaster, JO barrels of paint, 25 rolls of C-tt. wlrn mesh. feet of melal corner bead for .the sidewalks as wall as 350 panes of Rlans lu assorted sized. Tho structure ccvera over thrco acres of ground. A steam roller was gathered to give the seinblauco of a crowd. TJiH wonderful picture will be shown at Siarland again, tonight, for the last times. Patrons would do well to come early to procure a scat. constantly In tho GoldwynJ studios to pave' the street; and thel approximate cost of this Kussiau ALICE BRADY IN "HIS BRIDAL NIGHT' 'AT COLONIAL t TONIGHT ONLY leading and writing, with suchjable and interesting pictures. in the background stands Ai lae Colonial for the last times j tonight (Thursday) the big double bill will be offered for the last times. In hothouse, worfdly creatures as Diana.1 With such a splendid line-up of at- j which. Allege seen iu' her 1st- 'Tho A. !i. C. Is one tractions for Friday aud Saturday the! for arlstotrattc'glrlir. The Urcekl esi Select picture "His ISridal N'Sht." 'church is seen on the right while frolicsome pictures that puts Colonial should .bo the Mecca ot local Bpfingtlmc Into your .blood. .Mae j theatre goers ou those two days. GREAT HOLIDAY PICTURE THE EMPRESS. FOR STEAMER REACHES QUEBEC QUEBEC, April -i. first chooner io enter Quehec'harbor. this prlng arrived at 5 'o'clock this morn- ng from SauWau-Mouton, C'apt. P. loulalnel THE Murray is utterly Irresistible as thei unlralncil country suddenly MARVELOUS SETS IN 1 NEW FARRAR PLAY a'su across the wide street stands the Im- seen in A Mar Over Mght. pliuigcd Into tKe whirl j of'.New York, and her supporting cast, Including H. B. Herbert, Dorothy ofeen and Arthur1 Donaldson Is. a corking one. The story Is by Leonce Ferret and also produced and directed by. him for GREAT HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS THE COLONIAL FOR GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY >oflrad Street Scenes in Goldwyn's "The World and Its Woman.' For four weeks 150 men worked perbl Bank. The arch In tbd fore ground Is a of one ill Ihe Russian capitol; and between these larger structures are aparlmenl Reproduced [houses and many small shops. The soMily and weight of this structural, achievement arc apparent from the fact that it is built on solid celTent comedies round out .the show night and day to-complete the most massive setting for tho first Gcraldlue Farrar Goldwyn production of the now season. The scene Is a reproduction of ono of tho most famous streets In heavy Tho concrete foundations with ttmbert. braciagK throughout, street proper has been graded, oiled and covered with light gravel. sidewalks are laid with, cement, walls ot tho buildings, several which are over 50 feet in height are coverCi] ,vitn genuine plaster, rein- ,.i -i u in JPelrograd. Its solidity and fidelity to In keeping with tho JSastcr Holiday have bcen vouched for by sp.irlt, Manager Brown of the Col-! manj. ot 2 5flo oxira Some onial has lined up a Rp.lcndld holiday i of werc RllEslan refugees, and forced with a kind of l.atho used only week-cnd show for Friday and the fact that 2SOi000 fect of lumber! tor permanent buildings.- Into this day at the Colonial, l-was used, besides square yards tremendous' scene people arc Fridsy 'night will be Country) _ _ A llhymcdJleview..' By Russell Holmaa A ceiuntrj' boy. ha cracked a safe, ____....._. thought himself a daring crook; store Vodvll Mite, at which a real old i ITien bluecoat'a laid low 'his tiine- Eaetcr air will be put into tho (proceedings. The prizes will all be The Vubo-tho paths of critne fw- timely and In line with Ihe season. A took'." special first prize of one dozen solid silver sen-ing iork? will be given, and a second prize ot five'dollars In cash Who In pastures neur, an honest' man, Ho' proEpered on his second'sUrt; 1'et proved himself a reg'lar thief- He- stole a pretty maiden's heart. The is' (Yon know the kind) With Charlie liar, The "wonder boy" and star de Itue; He getB our ballot any day. "Biff, Bing, Bans" is the catchy title Ihe original overseas musical comedy revue which the fa-nous'Thim- jells" arc oflcriug the Jla- iestio ou next Tuesday, April Gth: The "Dumbella" as .they were'.call- ed 'In France where they gave over. _'ive hundred performances to "bur Canadian soldiers, U an .organization of soldier-actor's, who were, chosen-by t. .M. Vi. I'lunkcit from practically will bo worlh .winning. Scores of. other "gifts, will be given away, and with oodles Hot Cross Duns, and Easter Bunnies and Chicks, both big and little in addition to tho usual array of handsomo prizes, Fri- day night's Country Store festival will bn a winner. Tatrons are advised to attend as early as possible. Beautiful Mary -Jla'cLaren will top Ihe photoplay bill for Friday and Sat- urday in her very latest dramatic scn- sailon "The" Pointing Finger.' This is :ono ot popular. ;Mary.' -MacLarens finest pictures, and will prove a wor- ilae-liurray .is las- thy rheadliner on the Bons on "The A, C.'of Love" at tha -week-end holiday _. 'Starland theatre von Frlday'and Sal-1 will be seen ia the latest episode all accounts the les-} sons are extremely interesting. The object' ot the lesson' orphan girl who possesses nothing In. the world but beauty and Innocence. Left to his IMPRtSS-Friday Saturday GREAT HOLIDAY ATTRACTION No Advance In Pricei. Augmented Orchestra. MAE .MURRAY WILL GIVE LES- SONS ON A. B. C..OF LOVE MRS. MARY E. ROACH, of who' jayr' Tanlac is herfavorltt medicine and that ihe will always keep it on hand a> It'enabled her to enjoy three of good 'few cenls Alter" an applic.atlou ot" ;'paiiderine" you Gin not find. or any ilnndniff, 'every- hair shows Itfo. vigor, vigor nnrt Catarrh Of the Stomach Is Dangerous "Thousands Have It and Dou'i Know It." Says Physician f rftiT.iently Mslaksn for In- To Itccogr.izu. Treat.' HI "Thousands of people surfer more' or -hus. constantly from furred, coated tb-ngne. bad lircalli, sour burning slom- Mil, ircnuoit vomiting, ni'mblfnj! in ttomacli, bitteif eructations, gas, wind .-'Tanlac nas been the favorite inedi- i cine in my cabinet tor.three said Mrs. M. K, lioach, of 102 Clay street, byncliburg, Virginia, In an In- terview, recently. "At