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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL >fHE LETHBWDGE 'DAILY HEPAIP FlvJfl PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE April The cash purkeU we.re somewhat quiet today all bujmesi was of a. light nat- Urn. With lliht offerings the demand {or cish oats continued light- Spreads l-2n off 'to l-2o better. The de- uand for. cash, parley has stagnated end spreads were unchanged to l-2c leirer. Tlai anil rya -were unchanged. closed 7-8o (or May and un- fehuge'A tor July and: October; barley l-lo higher for May and 3-te higher for July; flax 6 I-2c lower for May and 3 l-2o lower for July: rye'4 l-2e lower for f QuoTAtioni: i July October Open, 102' SHI Close 109% 102% FLAX-i July 6J5 504 601 Cash Prlcet: OATS- No. 2 C.W.. .100 No. 3 C.W.. .106 Eitra No. 1 :.107 'No. 1 feed.ilOB Jfo.rS; feed.. 103 Track .......109J4 No' 3 C.W.. No. C.W.. .1631 Feed .......14414 Track- 16514 No.-l N.'-W. CJ .512% No. 2 No. 3 Track HYE-i No: TV. 21414 Winnipeg WINNIPEG, April (Domlnlo: Receipts today were 98 ca tie, .91 hogs 'and 11 siieep. .The- market "was generally (ulet ow k'to iima.1 j offerings. There. was II ilQ.change in quotations. Best butche steers; choice teal calves, Stocker and feedeVcattle quiet. Lljht run of., nogs found marke ste'a'Jy at -for' selects, fed a New York Stocks Apftl Bales: .C. P. R. 120 S. atee U. S. steel pref erredi-110' 7- LIFT CORNS minent Actor and His Cast Have Gained Reputation in This City After seeing "The Servant ;in the ouec" at the Alajcsltcv the Herald as no hesitation in saying that It Isa ramalic production "ivhlctr will live a the memories cf those- -s-So -vvit- ossed it as' iriatsterpleco among bs: performances -put up era hy noted actor's anil actresses. It was the? first time that, Leth- ridge was introdaced ;to: Jir. Tyrone ower, and to maiiy his'-was a strange am6, but the introduction was a appy one, in that the audience saw ne ot the finest expositions o! acting the It has.been their ot to -witness. Wo" have no deslrs to un into to write fa vhaT may appear.to ie an' eiaggera-. five mood, ttoiigh "the. _ performance right through 'deserves.', the best -that can he said ot it, but it only Dare-Justice' to "say..that' the play -witli he acting was a noteworthy, one. It was very nuich'to'.fce-regretted, tn fact- we it-fras, deplor- able, that a! play of .the'description of 'The Servant In and of :he calibre oltriSIaci jng-m-it. wha't a mmper was.a-lofttness o it- highest: eiposl: Jon.of and held. -4 onetime it; raised laush: er; at another there was illie.mtons- ty of human emotion: There -wore cHmaics'iriVwhicK theiperformers rose a which trough t its fewn appeal.-. Oi Mr. handling of the character-bf'the too much cannot beieaid.. -It-ins a high- ly human.piece of acting -with all the n'rt and ability ot the actot. elvenUp It -n-as ill the "cast uso.the theatrical vernacular, m the particular role he or she assumed. The result. was a. combination of .rare merit and of appealing "The Servant In'the House'Ms cot that Is opportune at tho present time. Mr. Tyrone I'O'.ver aiid hls'company have made a reputation ID the city. M w________ and -ria I that any future Uy sain Wood visit of himself and company will be looked forward tg and Highly welcom- ed here. bank daughter taking the came of Barry'Cole, which he had heard by chance. Anxious to produce oriff that he may nego- tiate a loan his uncle, the bank- ing man gets the chauffeur to pose as the missing young man. All torts of complications follow, but of course, it all turns out happily for "Speed" and the girl. included in the. supporting cast are Wauda' Theodore Roberts, and Tully Marshall. The picture, vhlcU is a Paramount Arlcraft, was directed UST SHOWING OF MARY o CKFOHd is the tnsl ing ol >lary. PicWord's best picture to .date 'The Heart O' tha Do not mUa it. EXTRA 0000 HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY Music, novelty, it Split in Ranks Looms Up Over Naming of Candidate in Provincial Fight BRANDON, Man.. April in- teresting fight is being waged In Lab- or circles here for the nomination of a Labor candidate for the city of Brandon in the next provincial, elec- tions.' Leaders of the extremists, mostly One Big Union men, are.- advocating IhS nomination of R. B. Bray, one of the Winnipeg'strike leaders now Jng a'jail sentence. -Tho radical lead- ers are said to have threatened-that If "the cmventlon, which will, be held in ahout a week, does not agree on Dray as a candidate they wilt run htm anyway. Leaders of, the more conservative faction hope to avoid, this splitting 'of the Laborivote and a compromise can dldate may.be the result; The Se a Vellfioua play, toriried But at the tame has in it'tie easencs'ot-.truo in. -what it seeks to pendenUy ot its arUetio per- form, a great mission, HEN MRS. McNEli-iuSEp DODO'S ova Scotlan Suffering from of the. Benefit She Got Througn tiling boid't Kidney Pills. HILbSBOROUGH, N. two .-years ufferert the .tortures WANT VANCOUTOR, B. K, April according proyincia minister of will receive abou as, its; share if-fthe province relinquishes .Its grip on; the amuse- mentitaz, and now the outlying muni tc tip" with they "our people go picltfr ;BO we should a share o the Doesn't hurt a .bit-and only few cents Drop "a little Freezone on an achln. corn, Instantly (hat .corn Btoira huri }ng, then you lift-It right out. Yes magic! A tiny bottle ot Kreezono- costs bu teif 'ceaU any drag stors, but i Buffiolent to ramoro every hard corn Boft corn, or corn Ijetwoen the toes and the calluses, without soreness o Irritation. U the'serieational disco- cry of ft Clnclnnatf genius. It la won Mrs, lime Likes It Mrs, thought ji Imjojsfblo 60 certain things Without fresh cream. Eomeonft. told her to take Paclflo Milk M 11 comes from Un and H like Fresh conlil get notbinc to relieve pia. ast I thought' of Dodd's Kidney Ills and tommenced to. take them. "Before I had used tjfb'boies I felt tter. I have been lising ithem, for early six-'monlhs and feel' ever so merit-K-lll be offered by Bob Hardy, of with bis clever musical characterizations. Har- dy sort of Inventive musical gen- ius, for ererythlug be touches >lie seems to turn Into a musical Instru- ment ot some sort. His character work very clever, r Mabel Ausltn wiii their original comedy Juggling num- ber. They put a rural comedy touch Into their act with Ezra as the gosh durnetl country, slicker, aod Mabel as type. Comedy Jug- gling Is' introduced Into the act also, Which closes a rtreammgly funny instrumental burlesque on a Rube Bfnd. As d special added photoplay at traction, the -notable screen star. Seisuo Hayakaaa will appear In bis 'magnificent .Oriental spectacular pro: ducllon "The Dragon Painter." Photo- play funs have a real treat la sTore (or them In this'picture, which li'one of Hayakawa's- best. The latest Paths Review, au cicel- slnglng, lent coraedyt. and the Colonial Con- anclng, and a. great trained animal cert Orchestra iviU'complets tho show. ct; will be some of tie features of the llppodrome Circuit' vaudeville bill hlch will be presented at the Colon- al theatre on. Monday and Tuesday. 3y the adyance .reporls on the shows ocal theatre goers a fine'treat n store for theni. Harry Marias and Company irlU pre- ent "His'Motion Pictura one t-the moat entertaining trained anl- .al acls on the stage. The title of Motion Picture Dogs" is 'derived from lie fact and his wonderful anines have been featured In huu- ir.eds of the-best-, kno An motion pie- ures. The dogs .wera one of the big eatures of the pjcture "Mickey." have also been scores of the Key- stone and Mack'Sennett comedies, and n. fact 'in and .arc lind'Los Angeles vt'enever .a .trained dog KM wanted the call, nine sent to CLARA K1MBALL YOUNG COM1NQ TO COLONIAL love of too right kind of -.toman means to a niivsi who Is in trouble. Miss Young '3 leading Hfan in tills picture Is N'lgel liarrle. JEWEL CARMEN IN NEW MYSTERY PLAY lion-picture followers, Tbe climax lit remarkable. It done iu a clever and exlitlng Carmen does the best work of her career IB this photoplay. Star Coming to Starland Mon- day and Tuesday In "Confession" The new William Fox picture "Con- with Jewel Carmen as the star, -n-ill bo presented at the Starland theatre Monday and Tuesday. There is unusual Interest attached j .to this first showing because of the j fine reputation that Miss Carmen has acquired as a star and also because of the nature ot the picture in which she is to Ve seen. It Is described asi a thrillluE drama of mystery which; (hose who see it iu suspense i frog beginning to'lho end. It begins a wedding. The i bride and bridegroom slip from i their guesls. They are held up and I all their belongings, including the; bride's wedding ring, are taken. The loss of the wedding ring sEarts' a j events that will stir ail mo- Wm. Desmond When Clara Klmball Young and Her Own Conipaay IB Miss Young's latest] Select Picture, "The Bctler are I seen at tie Colonial Theatre on Wed-1 DESMOND INSPIRES YOUTHFUL '.'POET The Patie offices recently receive -glowine I ni'tbefonrt of a- poem, 'aimed mercilessly at. the head of William Desmond.' .The writer, an ardent slgne d himself Sam- mie." Ills boyish scrawl .cannot be imes out of .ten" would be Harty Marts, tfl'.filVtho-need with'one or more of his. clever canine perform- ers The'same-identical dogs, and also Harry MarliB himself, will be seen n person on tie" Colonial stage OR Monday and Tuesday., The biggest line-up of laughs of the ieason will'he Kailded out by Post and Post, a :teanvof 'hlac-lc face comedians rather a-comedian and a comed- ienne- who Ubth have that rare cap- ability of putting their, audiences into an uproar of -iaughtei-. fram the vers" sta'rt They'-iKaTe .a -happy., snappy line-ot comedyrehatter with here, and (herb a soifeterctwo. -.They also intro- duce Info instrunien- "lal'number's-of trombones. A' "single" 'ofcinore -than ordinary uesday and Thursday nest, moving' picvltiro'patrons of this city will see a romance-of lore and adventure that will delight both men and women. "The Better Wife" is the story of a I wife -who was unfair 'to her husband, and of another girl whd thought she i had failed to .make happy the man i she loved. It'Is.a etory of. absorbing human interesting one which will appeal to everi' age: Young Is seen as an American eitl. Charmian Page..whose.father's wealth enables her to financially "assist the man she loves. At the 'time Cliarmlnan goes to the help of thia man, he Is grieving- over the death of his faithless-wife. It is not until many months laterlhat he realizes what the Post and tho new MAJESTIC AT Trans-Canada Thealres Liniltp.j- Present the Silper-iOmineul British Actor MR. TYRONE POWER Ani a Specially 'Selected. Cast In the powerful moderu drainn LITTLE BROTHER" by Goldsmith and James Prices: ?1.50, Jl.OO, 75c reprodoced, as itrwould'take up. tod much space, but here ig'iho Terse': TQ BILL PESMOXP. i yoost to-rced dime novlls', jest balthed in Mud and sin, witch had a wiclied villin and lovely heeroin. i yoost to- watch tho neero held la -the vllllns lolls, and wisht that could: bo li beluved by wplkln goils. but now i sees tho the-only troo reel art, Ihterijal' Bath Refeeves; HimPermanthtly. Ven- York .uch better. I .will conlinua to use nm jjesmond Is do guy what las icm until my rlieumatisni is gone. ompleutly one my Hart. Mrs. James JIcNolll, here, ..akcs Iho above jtt'atement, She feels hat she owes it to other sufferers rom rheunia'tlsm to tell them how ho found relief front, her suffering. Sho Is always ready 16 say a good word for Dodd's Kidney Pills, i Oilier sufferers from rheumatism ell ot-palna relieved and health re- stored through the use ot-Dodd's Kid- ney Pills.-They act directly on the kidneys. They strengthen the kidneys and put them in shape to strain tho uric acid out-of-the blooil. Uric acid crystallizing In tli'fl muscles causes the pains known as rheumatism. Asjc your lielghliorsvlt Dodd's Kld- noy Pills do not. heal and strengthen tha ompleutly ay! when he pulls dem guns out y Ime scairt to deth, hVo frado to move an fe'el as tho do swallercd all my hrcth. lave you ever seen him rldln, rackln bandits too there larp? Gee! when ho beets It on dat why de kids a bare! An when it comes to'maikin luv t malks niy eyes feal damp de goil, she hasunt got a chans wld dis ole hansome vamp. surara guys wish day was president, or sumlhiD jest as good, wood i give up that job for hts2 You bet your' lite I wood! Sammlo. When Sammie sees, his iilol his way through the romantic adven ture In. "The Prince and Betty, Wf Ham'. Desmond's newest Josse .1 Palhe, he'll bo inspired t write poem. Krs, eays tin now she reilly Hkei it than cream (or Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. FACTORIES AT UAONER, B.C. According to tho heat medical au thorltlea, fully ct llm people of the civilized .world culfer In some form from coslivcnesa or ir regular action of the bowels. There is no doubt that many distressing tils cases are caused by constipation. 1 gives rieo to tick anil bilious Lead nchcg, jaundice, floating specks lieforo the XjycB, catarrh of Ihi ctoniach, bllioushorc nod Iho painful troublesome piles. Tlicrefor'oj it is o supreme Importance to health that th bowels he kept regular. Simple food.! fruit, etc., Fhould be' need, anil rich I food and stimulants of all kinds avoid-1 etl. This, with Iho use of Milburu's j Laia-Liver PJlls to rognlate and estab- lish healthy ac.ttbn of the bowels can- not tall to give permanent relief in tho most obstinate Mrs. Wafeman, Orillla, put., a child was always very badly I can well vemeniber when ijulto young, my mother giving me senna tea nearly every morning, aiid I got to.dread 1L After taking Milburn'a L'ajta-Lfver Pills for a while I am not troubled with constipation any more." 5Iilbura's Laxa-Lh-dr Pills are 25c a .vial at dealers tit mailed direct on receipt Of price by.Tho T. Mllbiirn Co., Limited, Toronto, "OOUBlOT1 IS AT THE EMPRESS ON MONDA of Fundt and "In Sad Hero Stages Fine Come-back. Er" -yr. Joseph Hotel dome, WashinBlon, D. C., l'-k Hygienic "On tho' 15th Jun'e, 1815. I pur- hSsed a 'J. B. .The re- ults it hao produced.; are simplj nrtellous, For. 20 years I used, cathar- but. have used; npthliig but the aacado for almost a month. I feel ke: x new to be pleas- nt'to everybody: Before I used Ihe aacade I was a grouch. Did not llxa and could not be plensaJiL if you bathe Inletnally with' the J B. Cascade" find your- eif always bright, confident atifi apable. Poisopous waste In the low- r InlcsUne'. makes bilious, blue, ill! and Internal Baths arc Nature's' own cuwrfor ,st- antiseptic-warm .water properly pplled. Drufes force the "J. B L. Cascade" gently assists her. It-- is the Invention, of ..Charles A. Tyrreil, M.D.. of NOW 1'ork, who spec- allzcd on-Inlerna! -ISathing for 25 and will ha shown and cxplaln- d to you ny Iho Red1 Cross Drag look Co., timlleaY'who will also ho ;lad to give you tree: on request an nlefeslinK booKtcti! cJklled "Why Man if Today Is Only 60% vhlch covers the subject, ia a very h'oroiigh way. Clip this rftit as a reminder and ask .'or the booklet Iho first time you are n Upland Coffee Cofile, grown in the cool, give the vrobdvful ingraacc aw{ flarour S IE AL BRAND perfwt CoGW. and rocstwd fiad put into air-iighc its goodness cxhil- anting atornt sealed ftwra the detertoftting air. t Gcouftd and finfrgro 'i and 2-lb. tins. J. In tf, At dealers Write Tor "Perfect Perfectly MtdfV fret on req-jcst, PRINCE AND- BETTY" A Cofcedy-Draina. See It: MRS. JOE MARTIN "A. BABY DOLL BANDIT" A Two Reel Scream, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Always Good MONDAY 'TUESDAY Wm. Fox Jewel Carmen V 'Canfessian' The tbrJHiiig story oE a and her peculiar lioneymooti. oC her wcdtHng ring many 'strange adventures to a Leauliful socicl? girl. Other Special FcaVures EMPiJESS-MpyndTyes, Wallace Reid in "Double With Cupid at the wheel and "her" by-his side, watch "Whirlwind taks the curves! the "handsomest man on the kickerf from a bank as a common hobo. See hirn as llGnoIii, oOoia! rion, adventurer. arrested murdsr! And as lor that blue blnzes auto specJ zow'cl Also FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY, 'Tight Squeeze9 TONIGHT for Last Time in Heart o'the Hills COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENING. COLONIAL LEN S. BROWN LESSEE A MANAGER ALWAYS THE BEST- SHOW IN TOWN MILBURN'S LIVER MADEJHER WELL Wallace Reid in a new screen com- cOy, will b4 the'at-1 traction at the Empress Theatre, for tjvo.days commencing Monday The story concerns "Speed1" Coir, a young "llvo yho. on an auto trip from New York to Los An Is robbed of everything and When your liver gets sluggish and inactive, your whoW heji'.'i Your bowels become constipated, your head achss, your toneuc is coat- ed, breath bad, weeks float before the eyes, you are licnrthiirn, water-brash, pain under tlio right shoulder, muddy end brown shotted complexion, etc. Help the liver to resume lit proper function by that Is circulating in Iho blood and poisoning tho system. Mrs. M. flainbridf e, 30 Maple Avc, Araherst. N.S.. j.loa sure In writing you Iho good I ro- ceivert by using MElinlrn's Pills forhc.vlscf.es. T ao bad I hM to go .to bed and could not dl up. A obliged, to a lift info the Isfler city from a friendly farmer. lie L-AST TIMES TONIGHT- SATURDAY Great Week End EDITH ROBERTS In tho fine Special Kcaturn "THE TRIFLERS" MONDAY and TUESDAY A GREAT BILL OF Hippodrome Vaudeville Music, Singing, Dancing, Comedy, Jugrjlina, Trained A-nimal Act, Instrumental Specialties, Etc. HARRY MARKS AND COMPANY Presenting Wonderful Croup of Trained Dogs. The Most Famous Animal Act lij America. friend told me abMt.-your wonderful medicine, and two rials havft made nu as well as I can Jfllburn'a ixm-Liver Pills are small bad planned to meet hig uncle, John and easy to lake, do njit gripe, weaken Ogdcn, there to arrange about bis In- or "sicken do not lafrt any had after- heritauce. Ejected from as effects. Price 23c'a vlal'at all dcnlerp. p.n impostor when ho presents him- or mailed direct on receipt of price by self there as "Speed" t'flr.r, the youth Mllbnrn Co.. Toronto, Ecciircs a job sx i-haiilfeur to ISe BIG JIM CORBETT THE MIDMCHT MAN Latest Kplaodc THE RAINBOW COMEDY QANO in "ADAM AND EVp A LA MODE" A Positive Comedy Knockout Adults 35c Kiddies lOc BOB HARDY "King of the One String" In Clever Musical lions. EZRA AND MABEL AUSTIN "The Country Slicker and Sis KopKlns, b'gosh.; A Great Comedy Juggling Act.. POST AND POST Internationally. Famous Comedy Team in Their 1920 Comedy Riot, Dixie's Greatest Comedians. Do your shopping early and .then. Me this biy show at the Tonight. Complete Show After 9.30. SPECIAL ADDED PHOTOPLAY FEATURE ATTRACTION THE NOTABLE SCREEN STAR SESSUE HAYAKAWA His Most Production "The Dragon Painter" A Wlcrdly Knselnaling Rpmance That Will Enthral I Yoii. LATEST PATHE REVIEW "SOME COLONIAL CONCERT SAME POPULAR PRICES Adults SO cents Children 25 cents Matinee Dally at 2.M. Nights; 1st Show 7 o'clock, 2nd Show, 9 o'cjoek The T. Milburn Co.. Oul.-'A'IVei'life'ffll'r' ;