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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'UVMt HOW DR, ADDISON IS SHOWN THE WAY MARKETS April oats requirements were easily fHled today with the demand Indifferent.. Spreads broke fronriic to Ic. Ifcrley and rye In good demand with offerings light. Top grade ba rtey spread s .were unchanged and lower grades' bet Cer. Oat future Tallies continued to ndvaiico today, the heavy buying power oh the local market showing no Blgu ahalemoul. Darky and rye inaiued firm, in sympathy, with a fair '.inip'uht ot'trade recorded, -while 6uiaK tlax.futuro declined. Oate closed Ic higher for Jiay and I'.io higher for July; barlcx J4c lower lor'May aud %c louver for July. Flai re down fqrMay and tower for July. Kyo t'c higher for May. Quotations Jiay July October SJAHLBY-, Blay July May July Open. 110 102i; SS Cloao UOJi 87. 158 155T4 519 50" Slay 217 -216 Cash Prices Ku No. 3 C.W...106S' Uifra'No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed. .103'-% XQ. 2 Feed. -1035s. Tract 'N'o. 4 Track 150 No. 3 C.W...17S Feed No.. i Ko. 2 C.W...512 :5i9 No. 3 ...518.. e Been'at the Empress Theatre to- of a wider public than any contempor- and tomorrow only. This producUon shows Mary as ehc as never been seen before. A moun- aiu cirl, afflicted with a harsh uioth- r. she Issue an ultlma- um, proclaiming' Hhat all future ikkory-stlck lickings shall be aban- doned, that.she wil! "get" the man vho murdered her. father, asd that co owlaud aristocrats shall encroach wn the holdings. Aside troni her serious work In Mavis has a sweetheart who balu ler hook, escorts her to tho "shindigs" nd love to her lu spare hours. The picture Is crara-tull of PickforU sins and the sort of 'he Uioueacds oC Plckford fans like to see Mary in. S Many other jowl thingi. ary actor of heroic rotes. In "Tho Servant in the House" in which he will be seen here he will bo suuporlcd by a company of distin- guished English actors, such as Mr. Hays, Mr. Irving White. Mr. Walter Kdwin, ilr. Harold De Becker, Miss Alma Chester, Miss Chela Kulght iud others. The production will be the first to be on lour by Trans-Canada Theatres, IJmlted. thy newly organized corporation which controls and oper- ates a chain of theatres throughout the Dominion. REAL LIFE "MOVIE DOGS" WILL TOP "HIP" SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY An set of unuiual interest which will be teen on the "Hip" vaude- ville at the Colonial theatre on Monday and Tuesday next Harry Marks and Company presenting prince. Thurman, who recently Sett the ranks of comedy for dramatic roles. Is cast In tho part of Betty. Mr. Wodehouse will lie remembered s tho coauthor ct "Oh, and author of "A Damsel In Distress." prevtous-Patho features. "The'Priuce and lietly" Is one cf his earlier novels and Is a swift-moving, rapid lire story In which comedy, drama and even melodrama are blended. Tho plot Is a unique ono. A schem- ing money-maker plans lo put tho Ht- Ihe Republic of Menu or, the map by staging a revolution and placing Prince John III on the throne. The publicity Mervo will get will attract people to th-> city and his gambling house will thrive accordingly. The heir to the throne is a penniless American, who finds his troubles be ginning !u earnest when he lakes the! "job" of prince. Tha girl lu the case is Betty, an American girl, who start-1 ed something when sho tohl the prince she didn't care to know a "stc-ercr for In addition to the big Country Store festival, a sp'enil'd photoplay bill will ho presented. .Kdlth Roberts, Hghttul star of "I.nsca" and, other successes, will seen i'.i her'latest picture. "Tiie Triflers." Little Benny Alexander, the child wondef of "Heart3 cf the World." 13 seen in this picture, which a lino feature aUraction., Tho latest episode of "the Olid- nijht Man." with big Jim Corbett, will b3 shown, and a rollicking comedy cn- liUed "All for the Dough Bag." in which the comical Rainbow ccraiediana appear, will add to the evening's fun. Intending patrons are- a'dvised to. at- tend as early as possible tonight. "His Motlo'u'.Picture one of the a gambling house." most entertaining trained animal acts on the vaudeville' stage today. Clarke, who was long a-figure in the Ixis An- geles. stiidtos, offers In .his act the same dogs which ho trained to appear During his stay in many photoplays. on the.yrest o liita Wfo tho ceasful plctu: i n Identical dogs Been in this picture will Famous English Actor OptriS aeeu in Marks' act OH the Colonial COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT Tonight's Country Rtore Vodvil Car- nival at the popular Colonial theatre! coast one of bis many big will he a rip-snorter, according ib prc tie toot in ths sue- iiifiibaiy fci-riiugviiieitU- aro ai re, ''.Mickey." Tlio same made. Prizes galore are all lined ui Matinees lOc 4dc Evening 15. 3Jc Premier Lloyd George held his .March 1 tho Liberal members of Parliament In tha Grand Committee Hoorn at Tonight int'The Sen-ant in the House" with tho Libe w o Hall The picture shows Dr. Addlson, the Minister of Heslth, ho Was- evidently' In a reflective mood; on arrival at the meetlug. No. 2 C.V.'. Calgary Livestock i AUJAHY, 'April (Dominion livestock market was n small ono today, 103 cattle mid 101 lioss beiug on sale. Few grain-fed hteers were offered. Good hatchers, 511.00 lo 513.00; common to 58.00 -butcher cows, ?12.25; common cows, to 50.50 for common 'good veal, 58.00 to select hogs, off cara, Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, April livestock Branch) .Receipts" today jverc 3117 cattle, 345 hogs anrt .Urfee sheep. At thrt opening bidding; generally .steady for ses and grades of cattle. ..Flour Choice fitcers topped nnlk ranging one heifer around 11.00 Bteers brought and ;10.BO.: -One choice feeder calf.15.00. Slqck! er trade Bidding opened at: 20.00 for select hogs, fed and watered. s-.; .Not sufficient, sheep and Kake a market. N. Y. Stocks NEW YOKK, April 16. Closing sales: C. P. R. 121; U. S. Steol'lOSVi; V. S. Steel BRANDON HAD 56 .I1' 'INCHES. .BRAXDOX.'.Man., April bright, -warm 3ays is rapidly leaving the ground in this district and 'somo farmers on the hill tops plan to he working their land on itonday, whllo In other sections many eipect to commence operations by the middle of next week. D.uring Ihe pasl winter 56 Inches of snow fell In Brandon. In the Portage ditions are gradually improving and some seeding trill be week. started next R. M. A. HEAp.' IN' OTTAWA OTTAWA, .-April- 16 1.. A, -Ban fi el d Winnipeg, president- of, the -Re'tail1 Mer- assoclRllonVbl 'Is in Ottawa, and this' Jnorrilug; attjended a meeting- bf- locaivmerchants'. held: In the rqonis-of.'.tha.-OtUwa" brancn.- Kt> hM be he is In Ottiwa of inspection as lib recently.. fjroni the coast j.-.-. .1 BRITISH'. MISSION LEAVES FIUM E TtaESTa BritisTi :th'e. LEAVE FOR GROUNDS VICTORIAj B.C.-, April Eteam whalers of the Consolidated "Whaling corporation's fleet, left. Point Klllco today for the whaling grounds British Columbia stations- are at Kyuquot, Rose Harbor nnd Nanton Harbor. HUNGARIANS GO TO VERSAILLES PARIS, April Hungarian peace delegation has moved from Sueilly. to Versailles. Reasons oS economy were given for the change. Owiiif to the absence of Count Ap- poiiyi, bead of the delegation, who is now in Budapest, tha official negotia-- lions have been suspended.. PROTEST ANNEXATION OF EUPHEN AND MALMEDY April 16.--A report is pub- lished that tho workingmcn and mer- chants la the canton of Malmerly have decided upon a general strike In protest against1 annexation to Belgium. APPEARS IN REDUCED FORM When Charles Ranu Kennedy's sym- Dolic; Servant iu the is presented U the .Majestic tonight theatxe-gqers will see one of the outstanding figures in tho world of drama today. Tyrone Power, whose present nre-emihent position has.been attained after'thirty-two years of un- remitting labor and co'lirageous bat- tling for he has ever associated with Ihe stage, is today a man'in tho lifa'at the height of his power and of an ex- periehce no'Hrlos actor can match. He: has .played well-nigh u hundred widely differentiated parts, and hs has gone from, success to success but he has never'-played -a- role that hs deemed unworthy, or laken part Jn a performance thatrhe believed lo be un- fit for the theitfe-going public to see. have often meant the-loss of th'pusahds 6f to him, but he has clung to them, and to- day he enjoys the respect and esteem stage neit Monday and Tuesday Boh Hardy, "king of the one string." will be seen on Ihe bill in his clsver musical characterizations. Post and'Posl-, a team of excellent "black face" musical comedians, under Ihe .title of ''Dixie will furnish lots of-comedy on the bill. Their trombone specialties are fine. Post and Post ar6 right in line for. n riot of laughs biuMonday night. Ezra and Mabel In their! ready to lie given away, from the least little comedy prize right down to the magnificent silver cake and fruit tray which will be given as the first prize. 'J'hs second prize will ho five dollars in brand liew crisp five-dollar will certainly gladden the heart, (and pocket) of .Uio winner. Other prizes of bag's of flour, grocer- ies, boxes of apples, and scores- of other useful gifts will bo handed out, the whole event being one of the best cf.' its kind yet offered nt Ihe Colonkii. clever juggling novelty act, TviH round out the vaudeville bill lu fine style. Sessue Hayakawa, tho notablo screen star, will top the photoplay bill in his latest mastei-piece, Painter.' "The Dragon POPULAR WODEKOUSE NOVEL AFFORDS BILL DESMOND ROMANTIC ROLE There is another one of those de- lightfully humorous Pelham Orenvlllo Wodcbonse tales..of. romance and ad- v venture at Starland today and tonior J row. -It is "ThS Prince and Betty" with William Desmond.starred In tha rolo of .the American -who bec.omes a CDLDNUL JIONTHDAU Aprjl reall Daily Star appeared today, iii a somewhat- curtailed size owing to the j fact typographical staff struck last night.-.While the majority oJitliQ typo's refusejl'to work today, enough men not to go out to'aiablo the paper'4o be printed. STRIKE SETTLED tion iii the Piume; jij. a'.weBtorn' suburb' of Finme, this morn-; irtg'.! The'; departure f.ot the ''i ft IM ion caused fliat a? solution reached b rri'Annu'nzlp -vcbmrn and dfeclaresjihat if this was so and the Italian "troops were withdrawn, d'An- nunrip'wpu'ld occupy! tho coas't as far as Fia SHRINERS- IN -WINNIPEG BROKE INTO SING SING YOIIK, April AVasser reversed tho usual proceeding the other' day' when ho -broke. Into Sing Sing penitentiary. He tiad es- caped from an Insano Asylurn in roughkoepsie. "I like this place bel- he told tho Sing Sing guards found him. ANOTHER ROBBERY VICTIM BltANTIlEE, .Mass., April erick rarmanetcr, paymaster for Slater and Morrlll Company, dfed early today nt the Qnlncy hospital, the second vlallm of the hand ot rob- bers who yesterday stole the 320.000 payroll of tho company. A. UarandclU, a guard, who was with tho paymaster, when ihs robbors opened fire, was.killed instantly., -ILLICIT STILL EXPLODED YORK, April. eiplo tlon resulting, 'the pollco Iron- oporallons of an illicit still last night Injured tho onera'or, who wa errcalcd charged with violating tho Volstead Act. Police found" a (ivc Ballon still containing red liquor and jive barrels, believed So contain mash In his apartment where the exploaloi iccurrcil. awake Morning is a tribute to INSTANT POSTUM after the coffee drink- er makes the chcmsfe to this healthful bever- age, s There's no disturbed sleep or nerve irrita- tion in POSTUM "There's a Reason" WINNIPEG, than 0 mcm.hdra of the Mrallc. Shrine from 'innlpfcg.and various.'iialnta In. Can- da anj'the United States will asspm- e 'h6re for-.llio secret ircnionlal. ,v: Delegates from Saskatoon, Reglna nd many Manitoba1 points will be resent. NBW YORK, 16.- ot four thousand longshoremen against the United Fruit. Company la effect from Boston to been settled aud the- men Trill, return to work at once, it is announced hora by J. P. Hiley, president of New York district council of International Loiigsharenren. EXCHANGE RATES NEW- YORK, April on sterling exchange werd practically unchanged this mornlnE with cables at nml Canadian dollar was quoted at.D1.35 STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS... WCTJORIA, B.C., April chooner War in tow, for Sailed. Steamers Capo, May, 1 for Africa for Yoko- OVERALLS FOR K. C. KANSAS CITV, Mo., April itficlals of Kansas City, crday organized tin overalls chib as protest against tho high cost- o! clothing.1 y NOW PLAYING AT THE EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW Tile most unusual court trial hi thfl history of the world Is shown in "Heart O' the adapted from the Story by Jr.. Mary .I'M {ord'e third First; Iv'alfpnal release ovrn'studios'and which wll PUBLIC SCHOOL EXECUTIVE OF 0. E A. MAJESTIC ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY TWO DAYS COMMENCING at 8.30 i MATINEE SATURDAY RANS-CANADA THEATRES LIMITED PRESENT THE SUPER- EMINENT BRITISH ACTOR Mr, Tyrone :AND A SPECIALLY SELECTED CAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE CHAS. RANN KENNEDY'S GREAT SYMBOLIC PLAY, Servant In The House' SATURDAY NIGHT The 'Powerful Modern Drama by Goldsmith and. James 'THE LITTLE BROTHER' Prices 75c 3EAT SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S NOW Above Is the executive cf the Public School section of. the Ontario Educational Association, assembled In at Ihs Unlrcralljr of Toronto. Tho top inset Is A. R Dryson (Cobalt) nnd battom, J. Eraser On the left is W. U, Johnston (Klppes) and'right, Tl. Jl Spiers STARLAND TTON1GHT TOMORROW CJ Wherein a Modern becomes a real prince, makes a few revolutions, pul> an ambitious Monto Carlo on the fron't'page and adjusts Ihc hear of a to his own. Just oozing with It just bubbles with chuckles and laughter. It just throbt with Drama and Daring Hearts. See This Romantic Comedy! WILLIAM DESMOND Prince and Betty' ALSO MRS. JOE MARTJN tN THE TWO-REEL SCREAM A BABY DOLL BANDIT" AND "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Tonight is Gift Night LOTS OF. USEFUL PRIZES OIVEN AWAY, COME EARLY. SPECIAL SATURDAY CHILDREN bo Tonight Country Store VodvUNite Bigger) Brighter and Better Than Ever. st Cake and Fruit Tray. Value ?1b. 2nd In Cash. And one Hundred Other Useful Gifts, including Bags of Flour, Sugar, Groceries, Fruit, etc'., and fiOMEOY GALORE TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT WHEN THE WHOLE FAMILY CAN HAVE A BIG TIME, SO HUSTLE THROUGH SUPPER, LEAVE THE DISHES 'TILL TO.. MORROW, AND BRING THE WIFE AND KIDDIES DOWN TO THE COLONIAL. AND LOOK AT THIS CORKING FINE SHOW FOR TONIGHT TOO, THE TRIFLERS fieauflful You'll Thrill With PIG JIM CORBETT In the 'latest, smashlon episode of tho big serial "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" You'll Laugh at Tht Comical RAINBOW COMEDY GANG in "FOR THE DOUGH-BAG" A Positive Riot of Laijghs CHARLIE BERESFORD'S POPULAR COLONIAL ORCHESTRA "The- Boys Who Sure Can Play" Usual Prieu for the Big Double Show Adults 35c Children lOc Special Kldo'ies Matinee Sat. 5o PLEASE COME EARLY Hear to'the Hills Adapted from trie Famous Novel. B by, John Fox. Jr. The land grabbers from the city tried to steal this little mountain girl's home, but with aFI the defiance of her clan'shs elands guard over her heritage with a gun, and. the land grab- were frightened they know ihc shoots to But this 'is not the end of her trouble In this thrilling story of the Kentucky feudists. SEE THE POPULAR SCREEN STAR IN A N'EW CHARAC- TERIZATION Spfjninl Children's Matinee r Tomorrow, Starting 1 p.m. DC IGGEST R1GHTEST EST B DANGE OF THE SEASON K. OF P. HALL NEXT TUES. EVE, APR, 20 MUSIC BY THE WINNIPEG, JAZZ BABIES' BAND 4 DANCING FROM 9 TILL 2 j ;