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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AV, APRIL U, THE DAILY 11EKALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS IvTKiNlj'rii'. April sxc'uu-j liocally light offerings, the volume OL business transacted iu Ibe coarse grain markets today was in fair demand at the- receut (isola- tions, with spreads unchanged. Spreads for iiarley, flax aud ryn were uui'haiiKed.' Flax and uarley markets v.-ero (inlet. Kye was in good demand. Oats for up for July; barley May May and up for July; barley for May and 1'e for May flax, S'-c higher, aud July 4Kc up: rye "higher for'May. Quotations Oyen Clos.3 May...... i..... ICG'.l .SS'A 93% 3Uay......... 150% 15S flax- May 520 .lu'ly'............ 500 505 y. liye- 'May 107 203 .Cash Prices t C.W......I03H 'lislm 1 T-Kewl 2 Feed Track 3 .....172 C.W. Track ......158 3 N.Vr.U. 2 C.W......520H 3 C.W. .....46SU Track......oMK Livestock WIKN1PKG. April Livestock 'todaj and 5S8. bogs. ,Tredin? in eoml quality liutchoi heht firm this morning, with fi'ir to jnc-ilium grade inclines to bo.a llttls'easier. Good killed rattle rang- ed from to wh'itq 'two choice of-butrhcr-Ftesra're- from il3.CC. lip fers moved a little mere freely, liull: of sales ranging from 58.00 to feeder trade dull, 7 "with prices Inclined 46 be lower.- Few sfockers soil, from ?5.50 to 5S.OO.'. -Quotations, cni boss at ?20.00 tor. Galgary Livtetock CALOAttV, 44 cattle nnd of the latter being on through billing lo NC.-.V AVestmins- and to Jaw, were un- loaded -Vi-j -yard's today. Prices fulcd high, grain fed steers, ?14.00 to and good' butchers, ?11.00 to Heavy "grain fed cows, ?11.00 to OTTAV.'A. April Canadian George Foster at the opening of ibe house this afternoon; announced that Ihe government bad sal mlad-lii-regard I" the granlliis of a casu bonus to Ihe re- turned soldiers. The ha said, "is not of the opinion and has never been ot tho opinion that the best way lo re- constitute nnd re-establish nnd re- adjust the returned soldier Is by plac- ing a sum o? money in his hands over whleli there.would-be nongovernment supervision and without any reference to Ihe peculiar and different Interest? of each returned.soldier.. Sir George Foster referred to Ihc .-eprcseutation for ji cash 'bonus made hy delegates from the Great War Vet- erans' (Association, later by the seven whose delegates saw tlie cabinet last Mon- day. Both of the delegations, Sir George said, contemplated the paymcnl of the cash boufis or gratuity will tho To tboae familiar with names in mod- tcri THuuSTwJe, very name of the Premier Trio signifies oue of the fin- est vocal and musical acts on the stage. Tho Trio offer an extensive reptrtbito of popular and classical vpcai aha instrumental soiov. Tiio violinist" with ibe Trio is exception- ally good, nnd the game applies to the soprano uud the pianUte. .Manager ISrown is emphatic In his statement that this in ouo'ot tho best acts of tho year. Sylvester, "Iho talkative trickster." and oite ot the cleverest magicians in yaujeville, will present really iunny comedy, "trickster" aut, which (s brimful of.splty uuvnlty and iiew Is etch and Wlluia. a versatile couple, asslBled by will be seen in their ordinal novelty act. Miss Wilnia has a-splendid pontralto voice which sho uses to. great advantage. Comedy is in, the by Air. Kotcli 10 also introduces some clever ven- iloquial work. liaier aad AfiiolO, (wo talented rls, have a-classy "sister" act, alcii. they, know how to pat over. assy' singing, clever too dancing, and eccentric dancing and. some re- second prize will be tive dollars It- markable contortion worfc are Jealnres of the act. Another of the great Brentwood spe- cial features entitled, "Poor Rela- tions." will top iho picture bill, to- gether jvith several other attractive items on tbo show. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL N1TE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT lx-U TiiVjwa or (TuumLii theatre Is out to brealt a record at tonight's Country Store Fun. t'esllval at tho Colonial break a record in the number and quality of the prizes offered, and aUo to en- deavor TO break attendance re- cord. cash, aad on top o! these them he one hundred other useful gifxi given away "as well, Ihereby absolute ly proving thai the Colonial Theatrt country siora nights are first aoS foremost, and away ahead of all othei deliberate imitations. Manager Browr' respectfully requests intendinc rons to attend as early as possible- to night as the seating capacity Is limit fd, and onco the. theatre U fillec no further tickets will be sold A great show will be offered to night and Saturday, on which the fol lowing attractions will bo offered: Krancelia Ciliiugton, iu the magnifi cent feature, "The Day Sli( j Paid1'; the Century wild animals ?vo finer list of prizes have ever wild comedians in their latest com offered in, this .city than those cdy riot, "Naughty Lions aud and Big Jim Corbstl in anothe: smashing episode of tho gi'eat serial "The Midnight Man." offered for tonight. The first prize will te the magnificent silver chafing dish, a frize well worth winning. Tho Brothers Frank- Kee- nan's newest production for Pathe and Starland for Saturday its present condition Is one of those pictures that makes, ot defilement, according to Mr. Power, tho world seem like a mighty tine ne W0uld have It'cIeahsEd from the place lo live in. The story revolves about two broih- cranbsd and sclflsli and hard; 'the other tender and generous existent condition of suggeallvencss which clothes the of plays, and he would have, in their place the drama which deals with the vital and 'square. .Twenty years in the truths of every-day life in a straicht- confines of a prison had taught him! forward and hbuest manner. to appreciate human nature, and when J circumstances placed him in charge} (Sf'nis.hrothcT'3 mill, where tho ployees were overworked and under- i impression upon- his hearers, if con paid.-bo told'tlicm of his past and. ------l- asked for a chance to make good: COMMITTEE-OF-ONE HUNDRED .IN REG1NA TtEGIN'A, Sask.; April [last night's meeting for Ihe organlzalion of the. temperance forces, of.the fed- eral constlluency ot Regina in the'ap- proaching prohibition' campaign; .a committee way take charge" ot Ihe campaign. A "provincial miilee ivas appointed. It was announced by Ilcv. It. P. Reekie that the sum of had been allocated as the amount of money lo he raiBsd to conduct Iho campaign and that gina's porlion had been fixed upon as The Kdmonton Exhibition Ansocla- lion have definitely decided to aban- don the Idea of attempting lo secure the funds tor the erection of crete grandstand this year. Mrs. Louise HcKinney. M.P.P.. is This is the .truth'which Mr. Power has been preaching everywhere he has played and Jt. has-.made a deep impression upon- h temporary reports of hie utterances may '.be accepted as fact. He'got Iho result'brings Iff. Tyrone Power will appear at Ihls delightful, human interest story the Majestic Friday evening, Apr! and play and just pjaiii hap-1 16, and Saturday matinee Ser by living to. a close tbat sends a smile j vant-in the House" aud on Saturdav chasing.Ihe tears away. evening, lApril 17, in IJIUIc .'Frank'keenan not only plays the .the two brolhcrs, but' also directed the'picture, which was writ- ten :by'Gertrude Andrews. Wallace Ruth Gert- rude' Clatn and 'others are prominent In' tie splendid supporting cast. FINE" BEACH DRAMA EXCEPTIONALLY FINE VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY Vaudcrllle'lovers'liavo a big irca In store focithernfpeH Monday am Tuesday 'afllJe1' .Colbiiial" theatre, to the Hippodrome! vaudevill show -booked fbr'lReEo 'two days i The 'Weather the past, 24 hours has continued cold with northerly winds, temperatures are .a liUlo higher ibis morning than morning, snowing in Southern Alberta. Forecast Maniloba -and Saskatchewan Fair and moderately cold loday and Salur- dny. .Cloudy leaving for England to' attend Ihe world's temperance convention, April Ten of farm land lying on the Stono voad, west of Port Credit, Ont., nnd belonging lo the estato of the- late J. H. Kyers, was sold for ,'f Six sirls oard will consider the new demands of Iho railway unions for increases in wages of a shilling a day lor engine drivers, two shillings a day for clean-, ors, aniU a pound sterling weekly (or other railway men. "GENERAL WAT LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT AND Positively Your Last Opportun- ity to See Rex Beach's Great Drama of the North "The Girl %j: j rrem uutside JpNIGHT IB Gift Night TWENTY-FIVE VALUABLE PRIZES COME "'General a delightful Free Press. "Percy Hutchison wins added laurels with 'General Post' peg Telegram. MAJESTIC Tonight Sat. Night Farewell Engagement of the Eminent English Actor Mr. Percy Hutchison And His Queen's Theatre, London Company, hi "GENERAL POST" By Harold E. Terry LONDON'S GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS We rarely hear In a theatre so much laughter as there larit nighl at the Haymarket, and it Is only fair to add that it was well deserved, for the play is really an excellent specimen of light comedy, and Ihe bctttr for the fact that In some respects it illus- trates Ideas of considerable Westminster Gazette, London, England. Prices SATURDAY ONLY FRAMR KEEN AH I Americas Greatest Character Ada MAJESTIC ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY TWO DAYS COMMENCING Next Friday April 16 BROTHERS DIVIDED. MATINEE SATURDAY TRANS-CANADA THEATRES LIMITED PRESENT THE SUPER- EMINENT BRITISH ACTOR Mr. Tyrone Power A SPECIALLY SELECTED CAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE CHAS. RANN KENNEDY'S GREAT SYMBOLIC PLAY The Servant In The House' SATURDAY NIGHT Tho Powerful Motlern Drama by Goldsmith rind James THE LITTLE BROTHER' Prices 12.00, 75c MAIL ORDERS SALE OPENS NEXT TUESDAY, 10 A.M., AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S. Today, Sat, THE GREATEST WEEK END SHOW IN THE CITY-- BAR NONE Mr. I'ercy Hiilchison, llio eminent English actor, .who endeared hlnrself wltTi Lolhbrldge audiences when he appeared In "The'Luck of the Navy" a few weeks ago, will .return lo this clly In a shorl lime In "General Post." For Ibe last few years Jlr. Hutchison's Cliy Solicitor of Hamilton because i vehicles have all been comedies and "In Old Kentucky" Winners of the Great Race Dressed as a jockey, Madge, the fcn'dlst'a daughter, rides In the. great Kentucky handicap and wins by a nose, One of the Greatest Races Ever Shown llio Hoard of Control-gave him t only J500 increase In siilnry, not as 'The Luck of the Xavy" was his first deviation from (his path, In "General Post" ho plays the ?art of Biward Thts picture is beH over Special Children's Mnllncc Tomorrow afternoon for Scl TONIGHT THE ONE AND ONLY ORIGINAL Country Store Vodvil Nite THE BIG LAFF FESTIVAL Same Popular Prices for This Great Show Adults 35o Children Kiddies' Matinee Saturday OSc An inimitable FANNIE HURST 1 inimitably told on the Screen FRANCELIA BILLINGTQN FfRST Silver Chafing Dith. SECOND in And One Hundred Other Useful Gifts. TONIGHT'S COUNT RV STORE NtSHT WILL BE ONE OF THE BIGGEST AND BEST OF THE SEASON Country Store at 8.30 Please Early as Possibk. Doors Open at 6.45 "NAUGHTY LIONS'AND WILD MEN" A I'oftlllvo Iliot of tomedy. Ono of the Greatest Bver Prodtlccfi. BIO JIM CORBETT In "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Another Smashing Kplsode of This Wilder Serial. ;