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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 0, 1920 THE uronmiixtE DAILY HERALD 'PAGE.l'IVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Onla April cash were not active today AS the demand tor all Grades of cats was uot so good. NOTICE Additional Renders will tw foung on page 12. 3r good veal. 111.00, amf hall fat calves, Spreads on tho straight grades were ?7.00 to unchanged to off, am! aK tho No bogs were sola. Yesterday's loughs rauge'd from to Vie off. and rye were quiet. 1'isx show- ed EOIUD activity with sales behig made at Ilio May price. Oats closed lower for 31sy and} iiic down fur July, barter 2'Jc lower' rercy llutchtson, tu his role oJ light for May lowar for July; flax (comedian, the kind of role oa which loner for. 'May and -'si'i the greater part ot his fume rests, will made 530.00, oft for selects. PERCY HUTCHISON IN "GENERAL POST' July; rye lower for May. Quotations May...... Juts- Tho play holds unusual Interest for theatro goers for soveral reasons, not tho least being that Mr. who produced U drleinally at tho Haymarket theatre, lyondoc, and Etarwl In It for Ua lengthy Lyn- don ru4. will present it on this side of the Atlantic (or the first time. Also, it Is the second of the plays which, according to the London critics, were tha most wccessi'ul theatrical by-products of the war. "The Luck of tho Mr. Hutchison's starring j vehicle on Canadian tour, ia which ho apueare (or tho last time In Winni- peg tonight, Is f ho other. What "Tho Luck of tho Navy" Is to tho Urltlsh sea force, "General Post" is to the British this cx- tlAt "General Post" with scalier subjects in a hunioroua vein, ,vhilc "The Luck of Navy" i! more forvauls; ind1 trft'desinca at-1 tarted to it. Tho action opens beforo the war. ThB second act deals with the war period, tba tblid art pro- seiita the completed social product of post-armistice (Jays. Sir. Hutchison will offer the rote- ol Edward Smith, a light comedy part such us ho portrays best, of a'young tailor risen to tho rank of brigadier- g-jneral and returning: au honored truest to the aristocratic home of the men u-liom ho o'nce measured and ill- tea. The plot is woven around a romance inTOlviafi (ho young (allor ami a titled woman. The dialogue of Mr. Terry, as usual, sparkles with wit. This story progresses to a awl the story closes la a wanner satisfac- aeeu vrlth his London company in tho Harold K. Terry melodrainutle. Open. Close-, comedy, Majestic Tbealro..Friday and "General Post' treats of tho social jsalurday, April Slh and lOlb. fortunes of titled housii aiid 155 VI July May July Jlay 1 Cnsh Prices 2 C.W...102Vi Kuril Xo. 1 Feed --.No 1 Feed.. No- 2 toed. Track .......1.....'.. 537 50! No. 3 153 150 500 193 10154 Xo. -1 C.W...US54 Track 155 195 No. 3 .109 129V' No 1 N.W.C. Xo. 'i C.W.. .5193i TraoK Ko. 2 C.W Hew. York Blocks NEW YOliK, April Closine vnces: C'.P.ii.. )2i5i; U. S. Steel, Idi; U. S. -Slcel llTTs- Exchange Rates -SEW YORK, April Sterling ex- oltange KlislUly Weaker iii tone toi'.ay, difniiini! beirig