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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AMUL TjiB LETHBRIDGE i DAILY HERALD PAGE FlVK "ill VAUDEVILLE MARKETS till BSd I.lTMtMk YVIXXIPEO, April Tlie demand for cc3h oils lotay was poo? and the demands throughout J-be session were being WLe-J from %c to 1C be- )civ the close, of Situr-Jay. Ths offer- lijgj fairly l.beral. Casii barley nhil tta vas v' tf small nature. Female butcher cattle were itbout the only stock in demand and quotations were generally In line wltU thoso prevailing over the week- end, Stocker and feeder trade ex- tremely with prices a shade easier.. The hoe market was somewhat firm- er, Saturday's 50c decline vras aug- mented by a 50c advance Ibis morn, ing, and selects, fed and watered, were quoted at Livestock CALOABY, April Dominion IJvostock hundred and forty-Jive cattle, which 47 wero'oa through billing to New Westminster, unloaded today at jthe yards. Good beef was readily but common, stuftf and stockers al- moat uusaleablo. Choice grain-ted steers made from 512.50 to 414.35; good hatchets, Jll.OO to J12.00; choice J11.25 to 12.50; good butcher COIVE, JiO.OO to canners, 512.00 Ho J12.30; good real calves, to J12.50; rough calves, There were lio hogs offered. New NEW YOIIK, April Closing sales: C.P.R., TJ. S. Steel, U. S. Steel preferred, 112, CANADIAN SENATE TKEATY TO LEI Ell OTTAWA, April of resolutions approrlni the iwice treaty ivltli BuigarlI, passed by the senate uud uouso of commoiiB, an council has heen passed to request tho King to ratify the treaty oa: behalf of Canada. B.SfM.Ml.S. VLBERT B. STEINER, of St. f Paul, who declares ne is able to do twxe the work he could before taking -Taniac and .that his'sister has gained sixteen pounds. Will 6e Back in Ottawa End of This Week; Has Been Recuperating ''Talking-about) things lielp Veoiile. I have just received lettav from 'ray sister In Waterloo, Iowa, me rlie has gained' sixteen pounds 'in voignl by taking said A. Stcincr, 460 Bast Page street. St. Paul, Jiinn., recently. "My sister wasvon a visit to mo a Fhort uhilo ago, nnd as she wns suf- fering from stomach trouble some one advised her to try Tanlac, which she did, and as I saw the great hcneflt Bho .was getting from it 1 derided to try It myself, for 1 bad ucen troubled Tny Blomach for the past two years. I had a.-very jioor appetite, anil the lltllo I did manage to rait ficemcd to lodge right' In the- pit of my FtdinacH and sour. I ivonld bloat terribly atler eating and have Hie sort of cramping pains In my at times I had such bail attacks, of heartburn, I would nearly wild. My hack gave me a lot of and I had auch intense pains in Ihc small of my back 1 could hard- ly brml over. To add to my other troubles, about l-wo months ngo 1 be- Kin lo rheumatism in tny lihouldcr blades and arms, whlcli got fo bad I could hcirdly do my work nrid could not even put on my coat Mi'.hoiii. assistance. 1 was FO nsrvoaa could get 1ml lillle sleep nnd would roll mui toM from one side of the hed lo Iho plher Jill night long, and would get tip in the morning nil tired out. 'I ivas so badly run down and had lost so weight 1 was so weak I could lianlly get about nl all. "Well, while 1 have only tnkcn five hollies of Taiilac- in nil my Improve- ment Is simply remarkable. I Imo a good nppelilc 1 nm hungry ail the lime, and my stomach is In auch n splendid condition I can tbing' I want without) suffering the least bit from it afterward. The pains have; all cone out of my back and 1 never have the least sign of the rheu- matism. In fact. I never liave an aclm or pain of any kind. I sleep as sound ti3 cvciy night and have gained In weight and strength I ran do twk-c as miir-h work r.3 1 could before 1 bcgiiji taWnj; Tanlac. Ves, nlr. I con rcroinnirml Tanlac nfter what it hns done for me, and I Vnc-w it will elf) the iamfi for others K they wiil only Rive It a fair (rial." Tanlsc Is sold In by .John 11. Illginliolliiim ft Co.; In Coal, hnrsl by Diamond Dras fc Slalloncry Store, nntl in Wnrnrr by Mrs. X. Dor- April Canadian T. A- Crerar, leader ot the new. Xatipnal .Progressive party i'n the commons, is 'eipe'cled back at tho end ot tlie present week after an absence of a month; during Trhlch time he has been recuperating from Uie effects of an operation.'It is ex- pected that ho will- lead, the cross- benches in the more against the tar- iff, and there Is.also a strong''hope on the part of Ills followers that he will be back in time to' champion the cause of the men protesting against the clause in Act, whicli forbids any "groups or class of electors subscribing toward the cost of running candidates at a federal election. Tnis ia pointed, out, .-Kill mean the ,farmer organizations' having to refund or, fit least, 'cease collecting money for tho purpose slated. I! That is Likely Solntion of Prob- lem Arising Out of Labor Conference OTTAWA, April coursa the government intends to pursue in regard (n tlie ratification ot'the con- ventions lo 'which Canada is a party, adopted at the international labor con- ference, will, it is said, be announced shortly. The department ot'justice now lias the "matter under considera- tion. In regard to the eight-liour day convention, tlie point arises whether Canada has or has ndt "contracted an international obligation to put the con- vention into effect. If there is such an international obligation, It raiglit bo claimed that tho Dominion parlia- ment has jurisdiction. If there is no international 'obligation, jurisdiction would rest with tlie provincial legisla- tures.- AHIiousli the department's opinion has not. yet been submitted to council. It that it will favor refer- of the convention to tlie provin- "The Virtuous7 (he Aliwrl Caiipellsni-Pathe feature starring Do- lores Is showing. at the Empress Theatre for tho last'timo Is the story of a lovely young girl who1 withstands the'tomptations ot the cabarets and artists" studios of Paris. Penniless, worV, and her at death's door, Dcnlse Fleury listens to the Eoniewhat doubtful ad- vice ot another girl and accompanies her to the notorious' cabaret' of an ibEUlt by Paul Breh ant, a famous sculptor, who is seeking tlie right model for his neit ottering for the salon. In response lo Brehaut's suggestion that she pose for him. Deniso but refuses to pose in the nude. Bre- hanl compares her '-with tbo Countess Olga Vosloff, whom he had loved but found false, and finds so much in favor of the lowly Do'nise that he of- fers her marriage. Brehant Is an but the best of ideals'hare been known lo topple, and Brehnnt was only human: the countess, loathe to. see her t Starland aud tomorrow. U -.Is called Moral >nd Is one of the most remarkable dramas that has been put upon the screen. U Is only necessary to saaounce the ap- pearance of tho brillfnat star, Gladys Prockwell, to excite lulereat. In tlio new tiraoia, Miss Brockvell plays a dual rola of two sisters who look" almost exactly alike. They are however, as unalika In character as it is p'osslblo io Imagine. Xlisa llroc'K- veil's ability fo display fcelfng and CIL- ptess menial condition: by her face and-manner in a class by herself. Tho scenes o( the play are laid In this country and In South America. Jt glvos opportunity for the splendor of .production for which WlJIlam Foi is noted. The plot deals with a man who leaves all of his-'.-wealth lo a high- minded and charitable daughter whO' Is about to be married. The father had, wife "vrhom he had divorced because at her vicious tem- perament, and her daughter llva-ln a South American capital in the midst degraded, sur- roundings. The fattier cut-of( both In bis will .with onp dollar each. The high minded daughter fearing that an injustice may baveSbeeu 'done, goes to her.sister to divldej What this fine and high-minded girl goes through before eho Is again reunited to the man she loves, form the basis for the absorbing story that follows. TYRONE POWER IN "THE SERVANT IN-THE HOUSE" COMING TO THIS CITY Tiiwtre-goers he-re will bo afforded an opportunity of one of the most distinctive-revivals a de- cadent the Msjestlc. theatre on Frlday emii'ng and Saturday ina'tiiieo tho (av.ous English actor, Tyroue Power, will appear as Itobert the Drainman in Charles Itaiiii Kennedy's well-knov.-n drama, "Tiie Servant in the House." and on Saturday night in "Tho Liltlo Brother." SSontreal, Toronto and other, cities have already acclaimed Mr. Power In this play.ns an actor of remarkable forco and (mpressiveneas, and in the Queen City he played two weeks at by the vicar. How the drainman, jealousy, anger, and hatred itt his heart, conies agaluet WINNIPEG JAZZ' BAND BABIES AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND -THURSDAY THJS WEEK The lid come right ovt the Co- lonial theatre on .'Wednesday'- and Thursday this Aveek, for aianager Len Browii baa the greales't novelty, attrac- tion of the year booked for tliqse two days, in the appearance of the one and only Winnipeg Jazz 'Babies In, their fast and furious vaudCTllle offering. These se'ven artists of syncoiwtion are acknowledged to tie tlie greyest. Kponents o! jazz in Canada. They nro ihe origtnal gloom-chasers anil exponents ot happiness. They scare (lie blues fo dealli, and after 4he first five minutes ot their appearance have their audiences simply swinging in tinio ito their jazzy, nizty music. Interpolated into their performance will We a number of happy vaudevflla acts, latest song hits, and oodlss of lively comedy. They will -be the special added at- traction nt tho. Colonial theatre on Wednesday .and Thursday this week. 4> D'ANNUNZIO NOT MAKING SUCCESS OF IT IN FIU ME TlllESTB, April Condi- lions' in Fiumc aro becoming critical dally owing to the loudal quarrels 'between D'An- nunzlo labor unrest, and the lack of food nml work. Oaptain d'Annunzio hAs sent to Homo a. 'committee headed Slgnor ta .Mayor Gigante, to discuss Premier Nittl plans for a relaxa- tion of ttic blocka'do of tho city. ff ff Children who Bat with milk once ortwiceadqy, are largely fortified against the ills that mty come to childish bone and tissue through insufficient or imptoper food. Grapfi'Nuts is rich in the organic salts malted it helps build young bodies straight flnd strong. 'There's a Reason" GrspoNuts needs no sufjar CLASSY VAUDEVILLE AT COLOfifAL TODAY.ANO TUESDAY The Hippodrome Vaudeville show which will be oft'ereii .at the. Colonial theatre today anil Tuesday will prove (o be a source of one hundred per cent, entertainment "to those'who are fortu- nate enough to see It, for each of tlie four acts nnd the fealuro pictures are The Premier Trio, one of the clas- siest musical acts of "the year, arc the featured attraction of the vaudeville show. The Premier Trio offer an ex- ceptionally good Instrumental nnd vocal act -which Is, to say the least, artls'lic. Miss.Mood, the soprano with the trio, is the possessor of a magnifi- cent sopraim voice; Mr. Besil is' thol concert violinist, and Mr. Setter, thcj pianist. Anvnppropriale stage selling! Enhances tho bounty ot tho'net, which t win regtatcr a big hit tonight.. Sylvester, (alkgitlve will fr.rnlsli many a laugh on the hill tonight with his. comedy offering, lie is a clover young chap with Iho knack; of putting his audience .In, a-happy! mood right ifrom tlie ttart and royally eriterlninlng them. Ketch an! Wilma, assisted ny! "will offer their, comedy' novelty, which IB ftill ot pep'and fresh humor. They hand out the laughs in big bunches and will bo a bright spot on Ihe new show tonight. Dnkcr und Arnold, a couple of clever ond accomplished young ladies, will 'present their clever singing nnd dancing act. "Sislcr'J acts are always a, welcome addition lo a vaudeville bill, and in tlio appearance ot Uakcsr. and Arnold local vaudeville palrous hfwe a decided treat lu sloro for them; A superb photoplay bill will be pre- sented In conjunction with tlio vaude- ville. Xasit Pitts, the newest slar, will nn seen In "Poor another of the splendid Hpecfal Fea- tures. "Poor Relations" is a simple, homely jiictiire with a big huniiiu story ninnlng through it. Fatty Arbucklc will be seen in "Patty Chases. Chickens." a nowlins comedy, and the latest Pallie Review will complete the'show. Patrons ore rulvlseil to attend early ttmight, na this is one o' tho best shows of the season and will likely draw TODAY AND TUESDAY Three. 2.30, 7.00, 9.00 ALL STAR' SHOW Tile SejEon's Greatest and Most Artistic Jliislcal -Act THE PREMIER TRIO Hood Jules Btrtil 1r Solo Violinist Concert.-Planisl. 'in a brilliant recital of classical and popular vocal- and instrn- -1 music. KETCH In "A Real Comedy SYLVESTER "The TJlkstive Trickster" 'SPECIAL EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION CLARA BAKER and MADELAiNE'ARNOLD, Sentatibnal Acrobatic Contortion in an Extra- ordinary Performance Feature PhotoplJy SAZU PJTT8 (Star of- "Better. Tidies" --and Oilier her. latest BrcnU-ood Special f'eatura "POOR RELATIONS" s' LATEST "PATHE' REVIEW The Xorelty. Heel "THEIR LITTLE WIFE" CONCERT ORCHESTRA Popular Prices for Thit Great Hip Show Adultc We Children 25c .his brother the vk-ar's will to see his daughter; how he, meets Shere- the liiahov of typifies In tiio play tlio spirit of tbmugli iliat good man's iaflueuce his hatred is turned to love and leads Mm to offer his lite as a sacrifice lu order to his church from the pest of corruptfoa (hat 6as been dls- covertit in a drain that leads from sepulchre keceath (lie churdi, fornis cue of the most engrossing and dra- iiiatic storits the modern stage lias" ever known. The ,seax sale opens Tuesday. TONIGHT-TOMORROW WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS GLADYS BROCKWELL -IN- "THE MORAL LAW" A PLAY OF :THRILLS STAR IN DUAL ROLES "TOUGH LUCK" llolin Comedy, and "THE BLACK SECRET" MAJESTIC ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY TWO DAYS COMMENCING Next Friday April 16 MATINEE SATURDAY TRANS-CANADA' THEATRES LIMITED PRESENT THE SUPER- EMINENT BRITISH ACTOR Mr. Tyrone Power AND A SPECIALLY SELECTED CAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE v CHAS. RANN KENNEDY'S GREAT SYMBOLIC PLAY The Servant In The House' SATURDAY NIGHT The Poiverfiil .Modern Drnma by Goldsmith and James THE LITTLE BROTHER' 75c MAIL ORDERS SA..LE OPENS NEXT TUESDAY, 10 A.M., AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S. UST SHOWING TODAY DOLORES CASS1NELU Picturlied from Pierre Wolffs famous play of Parisian Life, entitled, "THE GUTTER." BRIGGS' COMEDV1 AND OUT- ING CHESTER AND LATEST FORD MONTHLY HERE TOMORROW Comsu.: EVANGELINE BOOTH FAITH.' With CATHARINE CALVERT, EUGENE O'BRIEN and RUBY 06 REMER, showing COMMANDER EVANGEUiNE BOOTH In authentic scenes of Salvation Activities. A tense, heart-touching picture ot a woman's regeneration set in a frame- that readies to the four corners of the earth. The real stoty of -the most popular organization that took part in the that wonderful army of men ami the Salva- tion Army. The Bigo'st Night's Fun You Ever A Show That Defies Comparison. We Promise You the Greatest Hid Week Show of and THbRS. THIS Vaudeville Attractions and Finest Pholopfayj. READ EVERY LINE OF THIS It's Real Show News, WEDNESDA Y THURSDA -Thurs. Feature Number NUMBER Number Three The Second of the B. WILLIAMS Presents Uie'Grtalest Vaudeville Attraction of the Entire Year Dfstingui'shed English Actor SELZNICK PICTURES The Fastest Stepper on Two Owen Moore In P. Q. Wodehouse'e Saturday Evening Post Jazz Babies (Star of WITH VIOLET HEMING Hauling, Dazzling Happy "Exponents of Syncopation, (Star of "Three Faces Minutes of the Snappiest Joylullest Jazziest Musical E ItiWIM Mil Offered Anywhere. P.EAL COMEDIANS, REAL Karnaugh's Story and Song REAL JAZZBOYS, REAL FUN (AND OODLES OF IT THE EWTI-Y IF YOU WANT A GOOD HIS W' by the Greatest Ail Prices (or This Bumper Triple Headline COc Children LET Dally at 2.30 Nights at 7.00 and HARRIS YOU.'LL NEVER HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE A BETTER SHOW THAN THIS ONE. DON'T MISS IT ;