Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920 THE LBTHBRIDGEi, DAILY HERALD' PAGE--FIVE. PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS WINNIPEG, April mar- kets unchanged and featureless here today, with very little offerings anil the demand fair. Some trades are in fair demand with practically no de- least, in his new picture, "Double Speed." Js. proving a thorough- IT enjoyable comedy at liiu r-japress I Theatre this week, he IB shown as the I hit ot the evening at a fashlouible 'dinner party, where tin entertains on 1 tho vtoUe. Screen fans will remamber 'that in a previous picture, "You're Fired; -Mr. Reid was shown as a, drummer. It Is B fact tHat in real life the Ireezy ite Is very Jond of music anrt .or others, uncuanged. Spread remained ss 165 616 603 210' Clos'e. 110% 103% SSVj Future trading was also light today. Oats closed ,6-Sc higher for May and l-2c up lor July and October. Barley 2 l-2c higher for May and 2 6-Sc lip for July; flax unchanged for May and l-2c down for July; rye unchanged for May. Quotations: OATS-'. May July...... October BARLKY-r May May July....... May Cash Prices No! 2-C.Wi Jixtra No; -1 feed >'o. I fccd-.lOSV! Track-v.y...... No. 3 C.W.. .lla% Xo. 4 C.W.. .155% Track VLAX-r No. 1 N. "VV. C. can play practically any' instruinonl extant. He has organised a Jazz band of his own at the which was a welcome attraction'at-all Red Cross and other drives during the war and now frequently aoiuse the jveople ot Los Angeles at benefits and other affairs. "Double Speed" is a. Para mount Artcraft picture directed b; Sam Wood. Also rnaiiy other "good things, in- cluding Sunshine Coihedy and Olive Baker Whyle. 160% 51C 503 PICTURES OF "GRAND ENGLAND'S GREAT HORSE HACE, AT THE 3TARLANO. TOMORROW feed. ...107 4 1531s .512 Mo. '2 C.W...50G Track No. 3 C.W...453 Tha management of Starland is to he congratulated upon securing the pictures showing the "Grand England's great sporting event; for tomorrow :and Thursday. This great horse race was run in England in March ot this year and pictures have arrived In Canada nly ivcently. This iB certainly rompt service. Thirty motion plc- ure cameras were stationed at differ- nt points of tho track in order that none of the race should be missed. Ylthont doubt there will he a rush atL Starland for'the neit wo days. Ime moat Interesting start of the sit: She was .well known before shswas clevattu' to stardom, foecausfl ot her euperb work, with -William Farnum In 'Tha Heart of a "A of Twq a Man Sees 'The ahu Mlfr erables." Miss Carmen has a' particularly easjcE personality oK tho stage. She has a host of friends. That she Is of a kindly natura is shown by her love of animals aa-J birds. And with.all thin, she has a special hobby.: li'? dress. She loves pretty creations and she always wears them. which was. shown at Star la ad yesterday, Ss a picture with a plot quite out of. the ordinary. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG .COMING TO COLONIAL Clara KJmball Yospg her dwu present-her latest Select Belter it the Colonial theatre on Wednesday, and tlia top-liner, of j a bill which proralses unusual attraction for !he screen patrons'of this city. 'Tha Better Wife" is -taken from Lenoro Coffee's -recent novel j "Tho Ixive Quest." Miss Young Is %een in the role'of Charmian Page, who is Dick is seriously injored. During the nejt -few days. IshoT. These dogs are wonderful !D while I every souse ot thu word, and are seem Channlan is helping to nurse tho j Ingly possessed of almost human Intel little bov the becomes friendly withMlgence. They go through a routine Richard, but at the end of a week she leaves England and to the Rfveria to mest heriather. she is there she learns that an expensive surgical operation is necessary in or- Uef to restore JJitle Dick to health, and as Sir Richard is unable to bear the.-'expense, Ciarm'an urges !ier father to In "the Interests J. New-Y6rk Stocks .YORK, April tales: -C. P. n. US S. steel, J01 o-S; U. S. steel preferred 110 1-8. Calflary Livestock CALGARY, April cattle Jogs camo by rail today and very few driven in, A few left-overs from yesterday were, sold at tho following prices: Choice steers, 512.76 to common butchers, 511 to choice cows, Ib'jll; good butcher cows. 53.25 to one choice heifer hulchor bulls, common to 56.76; sfocker steers, ?7; stoclter cows No hoga on sale. Winnipeg Livestock April 20 (Domlnlpn Livestock 126 cat tic, 70 hogs and four sheep; tiood maintained stead: prices. Majority of .stock offered wa fair to good, llandy weight butcher to 513; medium grade, holdiu firm. Stockers and feeders were qule' but the -few head sold- snowed'.slead JEWEL CARMEN AT STARLAND TONIGHT of science.' Sir Richard' fall's in lore with Char- miaa. oud no secret of her love for him, bui'tha memory of his former wKe keep> th9 Baroott from spoaking. It is not until later that ho learns the truth about the lady Beverly, and then he ia first con- of tricks that are marvelous. Bersuo Hayakawa, the notable screen star, is seen Iii hia latest dram- atic production "The Dragon a 'picturesque romance of old Japan, and with the latest Pathe Review and an excellent comedy entitled "Her Nearly the show is brought to a successful conclusion. This Hippodrome Show IB thorough- ly onjoyable, and makes a visit to the Colvnlal really well worth while. TOM MOORE, A COP, TURNS LAWYER TO WIN A BRIDE] After all the have be- ome untangled and I-arry Hayes has von tho love of the girl, ho declares himself to her wealthy father. Of course the latter says that his daugh- er could hardly marry a policeman. Then, to the accompaniment'of a self- been brushing up on his law since .the girl o! his heart had him "broke" and lias just been admitted to the bar. Of course everything's all right then. Which only goes to prove, as Tom Jiooro said when the play was.being produced, that a man has to be versa- confident grin, the Jorrnerregulator oil tile these days to capture a'girl who traffic modestly announces that ho ha? I has everything. fronted -with the' prohleru of deciding who would be the better wife. U Is an'Interesting'story and one of the Young has; over done. FINE VAUDEVILLE ACTS AT COLONIAL THEATRE Pfenty of yarlety'Is'foimd in theailp- rodroma Vaudeville show which will je offered' at the Colonial Theatre for the last times tbnight. S-isHing -with' her. friends; the' King- dons, at their English country estate. One a'tternoon Charmian sees two iov- era in'a. distant field; aiid the jfcrt afternoon at a'lca honor, she learus that Ihe woman vras Ixidy wife of Richard and moth- er of Littlo Dick. Channlan is introduc- ed to lifly Beverly. 'She alsoimeets tho Comto do Cheveral and Dick She falls in love with Little Dick and the Comto falls in love with Charmian but cue discourages his That same afternoon Lndy Beverly i killed in a motor accident and lAti Boh opens net, into which he Introduces a reper- toire of InEtrumentai numhers on a variety of odd Instfume'nts. His char, acter imporBOuatlqn's are very good. Mabel: Austin In their rural comedy hoveitv have an original act. Some clever .comedy Juggling ia dou'e 'by ilr. Austin. Post and Post; a team of "black- face" comedians present another good comedy act. Their trombone special- ties arc good. Harry Marksiaiid his wonderful troupe of- performing dogs close the_ The thought of a .policeman who Is admitted to the bar might seem rathor incongruous if one.did not know the circumstances bringing this about. It occurs in Tom Moore's new Goldwyn picture, "One of ;the vilifon comes to Starland, begimilng tomor- row, and is true to life, us his plays usually are. Drought put in the course of comedy-drama it developi that 1-arry. Hayes though to all intents and purposes a, regular traffic Hardy, "king of the one string" i policeman, is the son of a former po- the showi.wlth a nh'vel musical I lice commissioner and has put m u'our years at .The death ot his father and'the reduced circumstances of his devoted mother cause liln> to abandon his collegiate ambitions and servo on the force. And he might have cdmiane'd to wear a uniform had not a curious and wholly plausible series.of adventures made him realize that ho' must becojne a lawyer to at- lalii ail object deaf to his heart. The object girl who'resented his rebuke for speed- ing In ihe park and caused his dis- missal Jroni-ihVmounted police. Hotice-toy Slavy Veterans THERE WILL BE A MEET On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st At the CITY HALL for the purpose of forming a Branch ot the' AftMY AND NAVY VETERANS ASSOCIATION in Ltthbrldge. Veteran Soldiers and Sailors o! all Campalgnes and Wars and long service members of Military Units are invited to attend. Jewel Carmen, the'. William Fox star, who is now. appearing af'Staf- land in a thrilling story a! an interrupted honeymoon, is one of Hie at tie eame Jewel Carmen Do you enjoy a picturft- twia't that keeps you on the seat edge-right up to tho-.lastifew of the picture, and then takes a most unexpected turn? It so don't tills feature can hisuly recom mend It. l "SNUB" POLLARD In "THE FLOOR BELOW" A Koliu Comedy, and OTHER GOOD-FEATURES Last times Tonight (Tuesday) Hippodrome Vaudeville STARLAND SERVICE! SERVICE! SERVICE! TOMORROW AND THURSDAY HARRY MARKS CO. Present Motion Picture Dons" BOB HARDY Musical .Entertainer SESSUE HAYAKAWA In "The -Dragori Painter" POST AND POST "Dixie's Own Entertainers" EZRA MABEL AUSTIN __ Comedy Juggling Sketch LATEST PATHE REVIEW smrf "HER NEARLV .HUSBAND" SEE THEGRkND Prictt -Tonight SOc 25c IT'S YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THIS FINE SHOW TONIGHT. BRING.THE IDDIES. and te. Declares Montreal Attack Him Slanderous And Libellous 'on OTTAWA, April Canadian lew minutes after the houso opened W.'U Macketwjo Xing mado a s tat erne nl ot his warrcci onl. It camo oh a motion to go into sup- tily. Ko referred first to statements marlc st n meeting of Club, Montreal, on April 5, as reporlec in tho Jlontreal Oazette on -tho day following. One statement cited hy Mr. King was reported M'-.having, heen raafio beforo tho.dull hy Jtr.'McNaugh-, ton, another by Dr. W. G. OlWay. Mr McNanghtpn'was reported hav-jng .eald that deserted Canada in her hour of crisis and servf ed tho Standard Oil millions''. Mr' McNaughton, according to tho: report, nlso epoko of the relationship'of-Mr. King and tho Ujlerests, which "at no distant dato mlglit prove n menace to Canada." Dr. Gitday was cited as hating mane speeches. It would ho pe'rfnctly Kiriir proceedcd.-adtlrcBsias th'e house, that such statements wcro inlcnded arouse prejudice of the most hltlor iind, and prejudice tho mind of labor .ami the returned soldier and of all patriotic citizens. The slatomonts were absolutely im- tmo in fact and'misleading in Inter- pace. They constituted- an utter slan and nmoiinlcd to a criminal libel .It lio Iiad riot taken steps to proceet ;.galnst tho parties guilty of them, 1 because he felt tho statements vero made in complete Ignoranco o the facts. Tlut ignorance In tho fiUun would not be a dcfcneo should tnton criminal siatemenls or statements o this nature bo mado again. B IGGEST RIGHTEST EST .OF THE SEASON MUS.IC BY THE WINNIPEG BABIES' BAND DANCING FROM 9 TILL SHOWING AT EMPRESS TONIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME Wallace Reid's talenla arc evident- ly not confined to the screen. A Which Woman do you think would make you the better 'THE QUEEN OF THE SCREEN M HER LATEST AND MOST MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION WOMEN! If your husband neglected you, scorned you, hated your children, AND If THE; OTHER HAN courted you, loved you, cherish- ed your children, WHAT WOULD YOU DO? 1 1 1 1 ENGLAND'iS GREATEST HORSE RACE AS IT WAS RUN IN MARCH OF THIS YEAR. The World's.Gi'eatest Sporting Event Photographed by THIRTY Motion.Picture Cameras Placed.'atjDifferent Points Around the Track. it pleases (is to'he able to give our patrons such upito-date. service. This reel was made, in England on the 26th of Msrch this year. Come .early. No advance in prices. No one should miss this great event. See FIRST SHOWING OF THIs'aEEL !N WESTERN CANADA STARLAND TOMORROW AND THURSDAY SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS CLARA KIMBALUYOUNC OWM eoriPAwv BETTER WIFE' YOUNG and HER OWN COMPANY, present the season's outstanding photodrama "The Better Wife" has Clara Klmball Young equalled her surpaEOlng "Never before In the history of her brilliant career work in 'The Belter Wife.' York Times. i TO COLONIAL a splendid pro deletion. It will certainly appeal to the discriminat- ing theatre S. f'ar.agsr, 'Colonial Theatre. 40c CKUdren 10c Social Matinee Wednesday and Thursday: Adults 35c ChJdren IQc WATCH FOR "CHECKERS" THE WORLD'S GREATEST RACING MELODRAMA. Tom Moore in 1 IN WHICH THE PRIDE OF THE FORCE ARRESTS DAN CUPID. EMPBESS-Tonight LAST TTMEf rowcrw W.rVV in "DOUBLE SPEED" Robfaetf by from a bank as a to the girl he his millionaire self in In Accused of his own murder. These are only a ftw of the amazing adven- tires of devil-may-care "Speed" Carr. A picture that ovcr thc With Wanda Hawley, Theodore Roberts, Tully Marshall.'