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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .MONDAY, APRIL THE LFTriBFiinGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE :1 MARKETS WINNIPEG, April 3. Hcih futv.re markets exhibited strength, to- ilay. iho demand being oxcenlttmaUy with llgUt oflorlngs. In tlio cash market (or oata tbo denmaa.for slMJsbt anj lough grades was good, with spreads Me teller, with other grades unchanged. A good demand tor rejected anj toed hartoy spreads 2c higher. Flax and ryft unchanged. Oats cioscd 3 7-Sc higher for July 3 1-Sc better; burlsy closed 3-Sc up July 1 Me higher; May !lax closed 7 l-2c higher and July 70 up; ryo 1 We Ibiycr tor May. Gustations: seas Bine, Bang" ind la It the soWlor boys play everything from chorus jW to prliua "FJT TO IS SCATHING PORTRAYAL OF THE SOCIAL EVIL OK Wednesday and Thursday of this week, at the Colonial theatre, tbe men of will have- an. opporlunllr pf witnessing "Fit to Ilia govern- ment mollon picture that Is acclaimed as liie most scathing denunciation, over written or portrayed ot our mod- ern conditions, social eilla, aad thefr concurrent diseases. This picture was exhibited all last week In tbo .city o! Kdmonton, and Open. Close. Slay 10P% July............. M S3 Jlaj- I6S 157% 150 May 520 Cash Prices Nil. Xo. 3 C KWia No. 1 Xo. 6SO 50? dandy who arrives tn n fine auto- mobile. HORSE HURLS MAN DOWNDEEP RAVINE An unusually realistic tumble over a clltr Is shown. In the Anita Stewart picture, "In Old whkt will bo uho-.vn at Uw Empress Thea- tre on Wednesday, April 7th. The villain, chased by ulgbt Is hurled from saddle when lib horse "tumblea and thrown over iti head, Ho slides to tte bottom of a deep ravine. uto-fedjand quickly cbins- [lag scenes. farces that still psrt of the iun. Bui vhen face TOM MIX-IN PEPPERY PLAY OF THE WEST No. 2 feed.. ..........104 Nn. :t Trat-k...... Xu. 1. Jf.W.C. 2 C.W...520 sotng to present the picture from end to eud ot the province of Alberta, so every person may be given an oppor- tunity oi seeing same. ThB'provlncial board at health are making serious efforts to combat the spread of venereal .diseases. They are making arrangcffiints to .establish clinics In Edmonton and Calgary, and theso will bo extended. The.clinics will bo under .the direction of Dr. Harold Orr, 0 B.K., M.B., which will ho established at Edmonton. Tho Calgary otfteo TvlU be located at 502 "Maclean Block, where any person may oblaln treatment. J ,'From statistics the disposal of j the board of health it has been found i (hat 20 per cent, of the men crammed United tSales army bad yen- Picture it SUrland Theatre that psrt of the'lun. But face to fico irith people going torc-ugh strong emotional scene, be vanls ts live through the. event for all it Is Tjial is wiiy iu JJTuo Girl Ires: Out- side" Ihe audience enjoys so many strops moments to tbe Mi. You get to know the girl and the Curly Kid and the gang of scalawags and the Bulling chinaman. Yos UTS ihiesgh every moment ot the great struggle of tho Kid to destroy the evidence ag- ainst the man the Girl loves. You thrill as you face the Chinaman re- venging on the villain the injury to I his Jrleml The Kid. ;You go from ship, to beach, from restaurant to ho- telf with increasing iilereft In the people, and happens. A Rex Beach'picture Is first of, all full of ac- llon. !a "The Olrl from Outside" you gal to know characters you will nol soon forget. That Is what makes a phatodraum worth while, worth see- Ing twice. It will bo shown at Slar- land, beginning Wednesday. i crcal diseases, having had gonorrhea No. 4 or syphills, and tho department any suspected should undergo I blood tests lo provo whether a radical cure has been affected. Tiie picture, "Fit to is part of strongly advise that 7 j cases of infection i. .527 o .......527 i the irropaginda undertaKen by the ibeaith department. They'aro aUo 2 U. publishing a booklet with Information Caigary'Livestock I on these diseases.. f'AI.QATiV. inominlonj it cannot bo too strongly impressed -iveKtiK-'r loiayiupon tlie public that tbo health board CO cattle. five sheep. is taking a-very serious view-of the Tnulhi; was fairly hrivk {his morn- rapid spread of these diseases on this for the light mpply on linml. and i continent, and hopes for'the co-opera- Tom Mil, irllh five reels of stohts and peppery action, is at Slarlan'd to- day and tomorrow in a play called "the. Coining TWi drama ot life In the taken from the book by Charles Alden Seltzer. Tte scenario -was written by Dennlson Cllll, and tho production was staged by Arthur Itosson. In the stroy Mix, In the character of Kent Hollis, enters Dry Bottom. New Ilka any other tenderfoot, i without guns; but ho has brought Kith him two powerful JlGU and a clear and cool brain. Them Is no law In Dryi Bottom when ho arrives, The catlle rustlers, headed by big Bill Dunlavoy, are running tho town, Sheriff does'their will, and the only hdnost official is Judso at- tempts to keep llilngs straight arc conlinually Ihivarled. But "when the Judge and Hollis get golns they soon rout tha bad men and bring tho law Into Dry Bottom to stay. (hft bull: ot disposed of bef'ir-? r.non! fluU-ber cattle were slro'isor, bulk -of cases, [t.'orirs salpa within range of! S11.75 In ?12.. Stocker, and feeder tltl'Jfi O.UlCt oC the public, In its eWorts for the EMPRESS YVh-re You Vit Pic- at th> f Price. TODAY TOMORROW STORY AND ACTION RUN SWIFTLY IN "THE GIRL FROM OUTSIDE''; "The Girl from Outride" belongs to the new order, nf motion swiftly moving story running Bmoolh- ly cm from point to point in sleady ?12. Stocker and feeder, ni 11 I lit unohanged quotations, opened at for selecLi Ullnl LI hng5.-fedT.ml watered, .this being In line Tvith the close. New York SiocNs XBW YORK. April lirliic-s: C.-V. 11. V. S. steel 101 1-4; U. S. steel preferred 112 5-8. A NICE INCOME NEW YORK. April income or ihe United States Rubber Company of- jtlauis and adequate serves for Canadian, British and fed- eral taxes, amounted to ac- cording to the'annual report. Deduc- nf.S3.M5.S62 for Interest charges, leaves net. profits of ATTRACTIVE VAUDEVILLE BILL AT COLONIAL TODAY AND TUES. prevention and cure of venereal dls-1 climatic order. It tells Its-own Btoryj 1 much heod of titles. Gone, are. the "days of jerky stories as farj as Kei Beach is concerned. He" be-' Hevcs the publlr. Is as tired Vis he Isi of the swiftly changing scenes break-! ing off in tho middle of Interesting' He saw that there was too if a mli-up as stories were toid. I You will see .that he was right when' yon see his latest photodrama. Every scene in Xhls .Goklwyn AT EMPRESS TODAY 1 TOMORROW1 plcluro Is hold to Its full value and; 1 the change to another scene explains i Charlie Chaplin has'the part ot a I itself.-Tho sub-tities introducp MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY TUESDAY (TOMORROW) April 6ih Special Return Engagement THEDUMBELLS In His Third Million Dollar Comedy Howl SONG HITS tl.OO, 7Sc SPECIAL NOTICE Owing to- (he great demand for seals for Ihls engagement, pos- itively No Reservations will bo held after 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday. Any reservations not claimed before that hour will poiltlytly be solt1. Now at Armstrong and Raworth'a WILLIAM FOX Presents the Film Star Uli 111 Ell 'moments, much of a You will E Tom Mi x In a Neff and Absorbing Photoplay Tbo new Hippodrome vaudeville fhow which will he offered at the Colonist! theatre today and Tuesday fs brimful and freshness 'Hie'four nets arc all exceptionally Rood nnd will mako an attractive show. Mabel and Partner in a skilful eisc- tricnl Indian .club juggling act dis- play great dexterity and skill. Some I'craarkablo electrical effects ore In- troduced iuto the act which ds a fast one. Sideline Dixorr, prima-donna soprano, will present lier splandia singing net. Miss Dfion, formerly with the Boston Grand Opera Company, is devoting a limited season to the vaudeville stage. Her concert work is well known and successful. Miss Dlson will offer an excellent repertoire during her en- fosement here. Templo and O'Brien in their latest iwrnetly success, "Ten A.M." will be ;i big hit on the Comedy galore, sumo clever dancing, and a number of exclusive soiigs are bright features o( "Teu A.M." which, in tho capable hands ot Temple and O'Brien, is a liaker nnd Baker, tho original "banjo will present their clever cal act. into which thoy introduce remarkably fine flaylns, sing ing, and banjo selections. Kitty Gordon will top tbo photo Ulays In her latest pltoloilramatlc sue cess, a stirring sii-act' tea re. Tlio latest Palhe Review and an ex ciollcnt comedy will louud out the SilCK'. _ Spodat mnd'ncca will bo given lodas siiitl Tuesday, flud two complete per forminces cnch evening, nt 7 am 'J P.UI. "THE DUMBELLS" Hired, from a run of over five hun ifrcd performances in France, forty I Ifrnssels and a month in London, Ih famous Third Division "Dumbells, (Onipojocl e'nlfrcly of Canadian self arc playing a llmilcd bomo con ing lour of tho larger ciiics iu Can Their reliirn In Ihls city will b nmdc at tlio Mnjcatlo on next Tues rlay, 0. Tho ns thoy were cal cd in P'rance, need no introduction tne relumed men In Canada, ns Ihe wonderful success In entertaining tv soldiers ImmPdfiilPly behind the line In n matter of military hlslory. Th' company, composed entirely of sol iers who had done their bit In Ih 'front was given much greale latitude Itian was accorded to tho vl Illtig theatrical organizations fro Knglnnrl, and many of Iheir porfon anrcs were r.laged inside Iho range o fire from German guns. They aro also the (inly divisional troupe whose per- formances given cnlircly free lo (ho soldiers. l''or (his Canadian tnnr they nrc offering lliclr original over- No Advance In- Olive Bafcer'Whyt'e will Delight You in the Litest Songs.- ing today. In Ihls film is given Iho porlanee. Tho movie fan goes to Ills theatre of winning his pretty country now tc- see a good story as much as The Beloved Play That Has Thrilled and Delighted for Twenty-Seven Years ANiTA STEWART KENTUCKY" WED. AND THURS. ASMASHIKO SIOTTJBK WITH HWDRBDS OF PIJIYZRS AND HOR8E3 RACING ACROSS THS SCREEH A TREMENDOUS 5PEOTACLB WITH THRILL FROM BEGINNING TO END STARTING APRIL 7th A Picture of the Daring Deeds m "Old The Land of Beautiful Women and Fearless Men THE COMING OF THE LAW COURAGE DEFEATS LOADED G'JNS Screen, of Hundred Sensations Startling Stunts NoVcr Before Attempted LOOKING FOR TROUBLE' Rolla Comedy, and "THE GREAT SECRET" 35c; Children, Prieoi. Big Holiday Show MABEL and PARTNER "JKfy Juggling" A fast and furfout Electrical Indian Club Juggling Act, with clever dancing inter- polations. TEMPLE and O'BRIEN "TEN AJB." Novelty Comedy Sketch SIDONNE D1XON Dramatic Coloratura Soprano "Harmony Singing, Piano and the Original Banjo- phlends. MAJESTIC TWO NIUHTS STARTING APRIL 9th AND HIS LONDON COMPANY IN THE MILITARY COMEDY 'General Post' BY HAROLD E. TERRY .LONDON'S GREATEST PRESENTED EXACTLY AS PRODUCED BY MR. HUTCHISON AT THE HAYMARKET THEATRE, LONDON, WHERE IT RAN FOR 14 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS. 75c SEAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, 10.00 A.M. AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S. 15" M GIRL TiX MEN LOVED tkfox Seaofo PULLING. TALE OUTRIDE" SPECIAL AT STARLAND WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY COLONIAL 7.00 S. 9.00 TODAY TUESDAY Men of Lethbrioge! Awake Now Learn and See The Truth A drama of life today, told daringly, but truthfully. YCJ owe U to yourself and to pos- terity to tee this picture. And when you havt jeen it you will commrnd It to your friends. The day of Ignorance and In fie modeity on sex sub- ject! faat vanlihlny. ledge and clean living "o the very necessary equip- menU. SEE il of Ine Mag- nificent Screen Star KITTY GORDON Tho best gjwneil wJinan on the (icrecn, in her latest, greatest and most superb feature photo- drama "AD ELF." Ag great as "Ilcarls o! Hie thrilling than "Tho Heart ol lavish as "Molo anil Fcranie." photoflramRtlc. masterpiece thflt Is worth n, dollar to sec. Colonial Concert Soloists, Orehestf.i In Southern Alberta CLOYD coMEbv" LATEST PATHE REVIEW Mole Usual Prices for this Orsat "Hip" Sfiow EOe, Children 25o 50c, Children lOc In Justice to yourself plcace This Is a splendid show. A MOTION PICTURE DRAMA TO COMBAT THE SOCIAL RVIL Presented under the auspices of the Hon. A, G. MacKay, Minister of Health for the Province of Alberta. For Men Only Wednesday Thursday THIS WEEK Matinee Daily at 2.30 Nighls at and 9.00 ADMISSION 50c Theatre ;