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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1020 1'HE DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS April de- mand somewhat Indifferent anil offer-, ings extremely light, there was no lea-1 turo tp the cash marie Is today. fhfci future market was extremely dull today with exceedingly tmiall for all grains except a trade was recorded. May oats closad 7-Sc his her and Buly 1-Sc higher; barley Ic down for aml'l-2c lower for July; Bax 7c loiver for May and 6c dowu for Jnly; rva 1 ii-Se Iilgher Jor May. Quotatlotii: comnanr'ifiA appear wita him, Jibs Klsle Stranaci', iJlldred Cotiell, Aubrey Mather, Pitrirt: LVidloir, Barry OATS Slav Duly Jlav July Open. 1021J 158% Close, 103% InSH Slay 3uij-- -sot _ Prlcts: No. S' -10514 3 Jixtra No. 1 feed 100% Jx'n. 1 feed.. No. 3 leeJ.. Mo. 3 -No. Track Q.W...1MW 155% Explosion At Car Barns Caused Affected WINNIPEG. April explosion n the vicinity .of the northeastern wall of the Winnipeg Electric Rail way company's Msln street car barn att nlgUt, Is believed to navo causec Ihe fife which dailroyed the bara am :is contents, cauilng damage to; the extent of approximately Of-. flctali stated today that the loss Is fully covered by'insurance. Twenty street care, valued at 15.000 each, and four at each destroyed.- The damage to the building Is titlnmtcd at Rush hour service was tadly af- fected today. tire his resulted lu more than 100 being unem- ployed. Mo. 1 X. W..a No. 2 O.W.. .515 No; 3 O.W.. .463 Track No. "3 C. Calgary Livestock CALGAKY, April. (Dominion livestock hundred and twenty cattle nnd 260 IIOKS were on the market, today. Prices were about the same as yesterday's quality grain-fed steers made ?12.50 lo J13.75; good to heavy 5900 to common. to JS.50; baby beef ?10 to J12.50. with fat yearlings ?S.50; bulls good veil' and ?H; common Teal IBM EMPRESS BEAUTIFUL SCENERY LENDS. ENCHAITTMENT Chow was (he Chinese cook of the five EcaUvags which enliven life irt Nome, Alaska, In "The Girl from Out- the new Ooldwyu picture from the story by Rex Beach, lie had. an affection for all ot them, but princip- ally for Curly Kid." "Him a fliend, ot mine." bo explained gently to Dentoil, who had murdered the. Kid and a knife from bis flowing oriental sleere. "Him f.lend of he said again, viewing the corpse of 'The Curly ed. 1 whom he had aveng- Select hogs J21.CO off cars. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG; livestock SiS cattle, morning was April today hogs. Tradln! strong and prices steailS" to Strong on all clasEes ui E03i bwtclier slocfe, but bulk ot rnnn'ifik ?i2'uil huichor slcovs, wtih several choice in to ?13- Two heavy steers tlieir class at ?H. Bulchor.cowB and heifers firm. Ono dra.'t of elBbt .choice cows and heifers, "q'notatlom on fed and walet- C NEW YORK. April ClosIuB salca: YORK, prll S.-ClosIng sales: C. r. Tt. 123 1-S; U- S. steel, 100; II. 6. steel preferred, 113 T-3. INVESTIGATION IN SASK. UNIVERSITY FRACAS CONCLUDES ARTHUR HENDERSON, M.P, Britlnh ftaremost Issuier, vho denies Lloyd charges hat the parly is commtiiilB One truth which. Beacb "The Clrl from Outside" con- veys Is that In tho tvild-and-wooly north which existed during the gold strike, uure wunien were at a premium It is an oxactlngly realistic picture: fectplionally tit truth has not been sentimentalized "in and slobbered oror. Jur.c. ".The GIr' SVBKATOOX. Sask., April t protracted series of sessions extenf Ine over practically three weeks, du.- n, SucU timo the court held sittings, on 11 days, all the testimony. In tht investigation of the University ot Saskatchewan's professors has .been concluded, and S.h9 session today ad- journed ol lunch: DurliiKthe morning Professors. Jlnc- I.osrin. Hose and JTacfcay wero call- ed respectively lo'tho witness-s] nud under examination by counse made Ulanket to nil charges of liinking statements derogatory to .ine resident or others connected -with Ilio administration of university, Since the opening ot tho inyealiga. tion on March-23, twenty-twowitness cs have given evidence, 107-; docu nicnts hnvc.licen put In, four judgei of 'the court of King's Bench have been encased In the matter and four conn rel ha-ve- been in court daily. In tion-lo tlio three judges presiding i rapacity of Judge Markny os a member pi .the boa do governors, has been In attendance nl each silting of tho court. Hugh PJ.illijw. .K. C., opened hli -RTiumcnt at and at the. clw of the morning session slated thnt Jv rTpectld lo finish in tlio course of a liii-ir this afternoon. It Is expected, lha e nreumcnt of the university conn PC! will lasl for two hours. EDUCATIOJUS NOT MEUBVED IX BV: CANADA, SAYS DOBSON Sask.. April Conana does not yil bellcvo In r'sllon, la the opinion of Kev. Hug Dilbtoii. of Kcgina. who delivered Jnsriring nrldrcs.n toiay al tbo vcmTHnvof cr C anarllnns" seclion of the conyenllo tind held a crowded hall attentive ft fouic time after tha regular adjour i- luonl hour. Mr, Dohson Epoko on "Canadlanlza- lion." and first attempted to rtcflna lli'at word, llcj said lie had asked nhont 20 of his what It really meant nnd only two or tin Jo ot them uuvo lijm any sort of isatisfaclory net His opinion that It meant Ihreo (hinss: Klrst, the'development mitt roiiscrvallrin of tlio country's Ionian resources; aecindly, Ilielr'so- r'station, nud thirdly, tho incnlcn- tion of loyally to tlic family, the com- imlnlly nnd the iinffon 83 a whole. Al tho peeondiiry session in 4h' 1 Colleglat? Inslllute, Dean (I. It. IJni ot Ihe Uiiivcrcity of Saskaichcivari fitnlcd Hint standards for ndmlfslon to the university will henceforth be determined by Ilio standing of the Ktudenls niatrlculalton aiul all throughout the year. Renounce All Concessions Secur ed Under''Imperial; Regime and Boxer Indemnities PEKING, April t( China without compensation of the Chinese Eaetern rtllroud and all min Ing and forestry conclusions lieges seized by the former Ruasiai at' Imperial-regime, Alennder Kerensky Generals Horvath and Semenofl inf Admiral Kolchak, Is announced in i not? lo the Chinese government fror soviet authorities .at.-IrkuUt. TS note also renonncM. indemnities arls ing out Boser rebellion: The c'c-mmunicatlon in couched 1 -to elgn'onice is-not-inclined to take seriously doubting tho.authority the, soviet to make renunciations. WESTERNERS -WIN DEGREES. April of Toronto results of examinations for degrees in pedagogy, February, 1920, Bachelor of pedagogy course, cl'ence ot education, E. H.. Lock, New 'estminster, .B..C.' History ,of education, T. G. Buchsn- n. Alia.' Educational.. administration, TV. cott, x CITY AND SURBURBAN BETTINQ LONDON, April Canadian ssoclated "'on tna Hy and.Suburban follows: Viceroy, 15 iu 2; 'Brigand, 00 to S; Cyceronetla, 20 to 1. Derby betting today'vas: Tetramata, 10 to 3; Prince Galahad, to 1; to 1; Archiac, 00 10 S, nnd Orpheus, ICip to 9. NSURANCE UNDERWRITERS, OBJECT TO NEW LAW HEGINA, Sask., April the irst educational convention o[ the- Re- Ina Underwriters' Association, held ero today, and attended by over 60 elegates from all pails of Saskatch wan and irom Winnipeg, a resolu- Ion. adopted condemuing-the pro- posed enactment by tlio Dominion, sovernuiant ot legislation bringing insurance underwriters in the several'provinces under federal jiii- sdiction and license. The convention adopted a resolution favoring tho for- mation of a provincial llfo-underwrit- ers! association and .providing that companies dismissing.agents "shall tile witli the provincial superintendent of insurance a statement of. reasons for such, action. the American classic, "In Old Ker.luctjV' featuring AnlU Slew- art, whlcli will be shown at the Em- press theatre today and Friday. Thu rough'and rugged mountains, the deep rivinei, lim crystal clear moan, tain 'stream rurtbie and tumbling down the steep lebds enchant inen't lo.this picture of, a mountain girl; who; though bom among the outlawed moonshiners, wins her and success through her intrepid darioe strength of heart This play is bigger atd than "Mickey." from conies to a land which 'knows only ono type of woman." bti nevertheless.slio.finJs friends and an houett lover. BIG WEEK END SHOW >AT THE COLONIAL TYRONE POWER IN TWO PLAYS "THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE" AND "THE LITTLE BROTHER" The biggest' -week-end ihoir in the history of the Colonial Theatre will be offered at the popular Colonial on Fri day a ad. will'gee another of the popular Country Store Vodvil Nile fun festivals staged.'' Manager Len Mr. Hutchison opens' an; other his London successes at the Majestic'theatre two starting Friday, April -SUi, in "General .Post." the Harold B. Terry comedy., Mr. Hutchison is credited with havinB.nro- duced 'the" two" waif plays. "Tho Luck of the Navy" was one; "General Post" is the other.' Per- aps one'elerrient 0" their, success Is the fact that there is not a war scene In either. Instead there are war time scenes, and the war spirit of Britajn filtered through the genteel; by play of a peer's drawing-room. While The-Lnch ot the Navy" was melp- lirowri has a number of Ihe biggest and best prizes of the season all ready to be handeil out to bis patrons; The first prize will be a superb stlvar chat- ing' d.tsh; the second prizo will be in cash, and.In addition, one bun-' dred other valuable.prke3 will be giv- en'away. Patrons' are advised lo come early as For the Friday and Saturday regular show, a great array of features will bo! offered. iVancelii'Billington will star' In "The Paid." a magnificent I six part Century convl e'dians and riot] In "Naughty Lions and Wild .riotous two part .comedy which Is said .to be the "Bcreamlest" of the year, and Corbett'TfiU be seen in Ihe] latest episode of "The Midnight Charlie Beresford's1 famous Colonial' Concert Orchestra will offer another fine concert atveacb.' show. -This, great, pack the to the doors on Friday and Saturday. Few roles enacted on the American stage ever created the Instantaneous sensation that was made by Tyrone Porer's interpretation of the charac- ter of the Drataman In Charles Rann Kennedy's famous play "Tho Servaivt in the House" and of the Russian Priest In Milton Goldsmith and Ben- edict Jamea' striking play "Tho Lit- tle which he will portray at tie Majestic for two days com- mencing 16th, with mat- inee Saturday. H was Instantly suc- cessful. .In "The Servant in the the House" be reveals the vagrant Drainmaii- as a wretched father, at Brst half-savage, as the result ot in Justice, trouble and grief, hen-tortured in mental end emotion- al self, conflict, and finally heroic la self-conquest. In "The Little Brother" he portrays :he Russian Priest, aud his character is one that baa been praised highly >y the leading critics of the day, for ts tremendous strength and tti vital human appeal. William Wlafer. then the dean of dramatic critics lu America and one of the ablest and most scholarly writ- i ere on things dramatic Mi continent has ever known, wrote of his work In figure, pictorial In as- pect, ragged In manner, bold in style, broad in gesture, various in vocalUm, steadily propulsive in action, he made the part surprisingly graphic. I have seen no other actor who, liberating Inlu tbu assumed Identity the surge of profound emotion and abouudlug enthusiasm could have done more to Yltallie the character make it eeehi possible. Tyrone Power Is today at the very :ielgbt of his career, and in the full )le.ntltude of his power, he gives a lortrayal of the Uralnman In "The Servant in the which Is In every way stronger and more potent than his first essay vital or more appealing has been known to our modern stage. He is supported by a strong com- pany which includes Mr. Harvey Hays, Mr. Walter Edwin, Mr. Irwlng Mr. Harold DeBecker, ?.Ir. Rob- ert Taber. Miss Alroa Chester. Miss Chela Knight. Miss Edna Holland, a (laughter of the distinguished English actor the late B. M. Holland, known throughout the United Stales and Can- ada. Friday evening and Saturday mat- inee Mr. Power will present "The Ser- vant In the House" and Saturday even- ing "Tho Little be given. MEN You MUST Set "FIT TO WIN" A Motion Picture Drima to Com- bat tin. Social Evil. PRESENTED UNDER THK AUSPICES OF THE HON. A. G. MacKAY, MINISTER OF HEALTH FOR THE PROV- INCE OF ALBERTA FOR MEN ONLY LAST TIMES TONIGHT (THURS.) COLON I ft I THE GIRt. FRpii.OUT.SIpEl'..u: iCRQWDS ..AT STARLAND THEATRE I liked to collect small, bright objects from vest .pockets. "Spencer" got his name .from his con- trol of his were his specialty.--I'The Swede" look- ed like one but wasn't. ''Mike" was iJ but hearil- what he cared to. with a little jsjhe..Curly Kid" got his name from "General Post" is comedy- with a touch his hair-.and it was the', stralghtest of the dramatic. about him. All In.all, an intor- Mr. Hulchison's forte is light aggregation to raeet.l'The Girl in the Goldwj-n Pic- ture'.iWhen she landed in Nome In tho year of Gold, edy, and "General shows .him at full advantage, besides giting Sim a further opportunity .to show his abil- ity as a producer. Sir of hhTQueens M J .TODAY AND LJ TOMORROW Prices and..10o THRILLS! TONIGHT -TOMORROW Attraction Extraordinary "General a play." Free Preti. MAJESTIC "Percy HutchUon wins xdded laur- els with 'General Post.' Winni- TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING 9th Farewell Engagement of the Eminent Engilth Actor Mr. Percy Hutchison And His Queen's Theatre, London Company, In "GENERAL POST" By Harold E.Terry LONDON'S GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS Wt 8.30 .Off AND "NAUGHTY LlOlfc AND WILD MEN" A Potllive Riot of Comedy. One of the Greatest Comedies Ever Produced. Her pas't romance, now only a memory of blttcf-" rises to threaten hcV daughter's happiness. HE had HER demanded her little girl's a price. The price was whom? AND BIG JIM CORBETT in "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Anothtr Smashing Episode ot this Wonder ;