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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRffi 27; 1920 THE LETHBJUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE K1VK PHOTOPLAYS VATTnFVTITF V L 1 U J_J Y 1 J-J.LJJ-J MARKETS "WINNIPEG, April to the very llght'offoriogs, there was very little business transacted tu the local cash market today. There was a good demand for everything with spreads unchanged to a little better on some of the low'sracfes of barley. la.tbe future market trade was light, a weak tendency being shown through- out tha BCSiicn. Oats closed Ic lower for and liic down for October. 'Barley lower for May, for July, Flai Ic and 3c higher for July. Ryo Re lower fpr ;JIay. Quotations Qpen May July..... Oct. May: July..... July Way 111% 104 16S 511 Close 111 102ft S6 166 164 615 510 226 225 Cash Prices 3 C. Extra 1 Feed ..................10S 1 Fted 2 Feed' Track----'.. ....Ill 3 C. W. ....173 .4 C. W. Kmt .....s----1G6 .3 0...................-.015 2 W.'... .510 3 0. W. .445 Track...........i ..........515 2 C. W. ..f. .227 PUBUC FUNERAL FOR MURDERED LORD MAYOR OF CORK and endorsement Thirty people tar, mandolin, ufee'ele. and harp all in all toll aro employed providing a cast capable au entertain- meat both to tio remembered and ayed. The funeral procession ol the late Thomas MacCurtalu, Lord Mayor of Cork, pissing through the streets o! Corfc from the'Cathedral io the cemetery. Thousands o( sympathizers lined the .streets as tho funeral cortege filed bv. MacCuriain, a Sinu Felner, was murdered la his home by a ptrty of unidentified jncn. "MUTT AND JEFF" AT I MAJESTIC THIS WEEK i There seenis.'to bo no denying the I potency of Mutt and This (act has been emphasized time and agaio and the fact is wore than ever firmly (realized, this season judging by the colossal reception accorded the branc I hew, bus Hill 'comedy In three acfs I in which the Fisher cartoon creations acclaimed thl year. Tho tllfo of tho big event is "Mul and Jeffs Dream" which is under lined as the next attraction at the ATIANTc CITY.N. J., April 27.- be generally an U. S. Steel preferred Winnipeg April Livestock today Ty.er'e 102.cattle and 19S hogs. The iiiarjiet was Beiierallr firm for quality butcher 'cattle with limited supplies. One heavy steer topped the market at 15, while four, others made 14.75; bulk of choieo ranged; from 13.75 to 14.50. Demand for stocker .steers and heifers slightly belter with .-bulk at S.75 and 9.75. 'Wilh o the hoe market steady, selects, fed nnd .watered, going .at Calgary Livestock CALQAHY, April Livestock hundred and eleven cattle .were on through billing to the coast'at .Calgary stock yard a 'to- day, but no cattle' No hogs, on sale, :Pans Money PARIS, April were sleady on tho bourse today.. Three per cent rentes 63 francs 34. centimes. Cl francs.SO .centimes. The dollar was quoted at 17 francs S'centimcs. London Wool Sales LONDON, "April thfc wool auction sales yesterday bales were offered, They were readily ab- sorbed but with prices in favor of the buyers. DERBY BETTING April (By Canadian Associated betting in tha Derby is as follows: Daylight Patrol and Sarchedon, 100 to 9; Orpheus, 100 to 3; Silver Prince, Galahad'and Archaic, 100 to 7; Allen 18 to 3; Wlsmau, 28 to S; Tetrama, C to 1. i GERALDINE FARRAR Starrlna in "Flame of the Desert' ii Starland Three Days Starting Tonight THE EARL OF GRANARD Who, rumor says, may succeed .V count French as yicc.foy ol Irclau NEW Apr! 1; Lar- :Irish labor lea'dSr, charged with 'today was by the bo re which'his case was presented. EW SASKATCHEWAN MINISTER AGRICULTURE report, the poin- ter action by the resolutions commit- than tar-free se tee at the initial'sesslqri of.lta eighth annual convention herpUoday.- i The resolution .as presented declar- ed that "not1 only halfla million ne- jgroes In the south who'probably would i receive to each .would im- edialelyi'ceaso wprk'.unttl the.nionoy as but .ibere', would VRONE POWER TO BE SEEN IN MOVIES AT COLONIAL Alter considerable neguliuiious, Manager Lea Brown oC the Colonial heatre has almost been successful in one Tho Yiollan Duo arc a welcome addition to the show at the Colonial. -Mao Ixidi. the girl with the red hair, offers au auiusiug monologue, provid- ing many a hearty laugh. Jack Jermou and Kathryn Mack of- fer an exceptionally good novelty sing- ing and talking aVt. Jack Jermou should be nicknamed "Happy Jack" for he radiates good cheer. His jug lecuring a booking ou the motion pic- w-iih clubs, and a number ot ure ertraordinary, "Where >ly hats Is unique and well done. Miss In which tho notable actor! well, and vill be given away to the holder of he warning coupou. A committee of st least six gentlemen will called rom the audience to. conduct the drawing Patrons are requested, to at- end as as possible, and'to bring along, all their coupons. The doors will lie open ut U.43. Owing to the limited seating capacity, tho adult ad- mission prices will prevail oa AVedues-: day night only. Tyrdno Power ia starred. Those who were fortunate enough to tee -5ir. Pow- er in person at the Majestic a short ime ago will welcome this announce- ment, and. to- those who did not see i pereonally, this opportunity will be an unusual event. U tho armngemeuts can he aiade, "Where Are ily Cbildreu" will be shown at tbo Colonial neit week, but just at present.it is a question of cost b! iho films for Ixithbridgc. The producers seem to "want It but providing the Jilms can be secur- ed at a cost which will enable thenito be shown here without greatly, in creasing-the cost of admission, local theatre goers can reasonably count ou Boeing Mr. Tyrone Power in pictures next weeK. f HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL IS GOOD Four acts of fine vaudeville, an ex- ooks stunning. The Three Minstrel Maids present a minstrel show all their own. la a special stage setting they furnish a whole show, in themselves.- With two ot tho girls as the typical "euiVmen.1 aud the other as the Interlocutor, the> go through a novel performance. All told, this week's vaudeville is worth seeing. Sessuo Hayakawa is seen iu his lat- est dramatic feature. "The 3dau Be- a fine picture. Ar- huckle is starred in a com- edy, "At the Xoo." Charlie Beres- ford's orchestra are right on hand wilii another the show which was offered to a packed house at the i Colonial theatre last night, and which will bo offered again tonight for tho last times. On the vaudeville bill, tho Vlollan Duo open tho show with one of the most pleasing musical acts seen here for some considerable time. This duo present in a quiet and dignified man- ner pefioratancc. The lady member- of the duo Ss the possessor of a very good soprano voice, and the gentleman-is a (baritone of more than ordinary merit. They introduce a nuiu-' bei'.of selections on a stringed-instru- ment which holds undisputed as a beauty rihyslcaV perfections have' been nlernnlionally acclaimed by tho greatest master of the brush. Her first public appearance'. was chieved In in which she btalned a role, agaSflist-her parents' wishes anil her success before the. ablie was so instantaneous that she vas quickly seized as one of the he- vildering bevy of-girls in the Zieg- ield Follies. After this, to the popular uccessV 0 sh-3 lent ional support that Mm producers be- to take noties and to Jaculate. "Oh Boy! a creen As a Miss Davies adventured forth, !n her lirst liCture. which was well received. In "The Dark Sliss Davies las a role of exceptional of a girl who is aiipposcd'y under the nfluence of an evil planet. The.sup- iorting players aro numerous and ire well known in tho screen world, me leading members of the cast in- clude Norman Kerry, Jlatt Jloore, Dor- othy Green, and O. Butler Clonbough. Also big 'comedy sensation, "Save Me, a Christie special.' ESTIMATE 1920'WHEAT CROP WASHINGTON, April ing to c.iblo advices from London, th commission on wheat supplies est mates tho yield from Canada, Austra Ha, New Zealand, the'.United, States Argentine, Algeria, .Houjnanii atn India will -bo tohs and -In xport (wailablo from nil countrle tons. These, illgurcs, sub niittcd to tho British board ot trade refer -to tho 1920 Tho Import wheat und ryo reqitin mchts.-of the 'Unitad JCingdom ar given" as" and Africa. ARMY'AND NAVY VETS TO MEET IN VANCOUVE WINNIPEG, April to an announcement by R. C. Irvln today, Dominion secretary of th Army and Navy Veterans' association u meeting of tho Dominion executlv will be held this Veek (o select a dal for the annual convention to bo hel In Vancouver this year, probably th last week In July. P.OALD AMUNDSEN RETURNING FROM SEARCrTFOR POL .WASHINGTON, April Amundsen, who sot 0111 two years ag in on effort to reach tho North Pol )3 returning to Nome, Alaska, accon Ing to a messago received by th navy radio station at Cordova, Alask today from Anaaycr, Slboria. Amundsen arrived at Anadyer la: week fromjiis ship; the 'ilaud, whlc Is ice-bound near iho month of Ih Kolyma river, and left soon aflerwar From Nome lie will go to Seslllc, a cording to his present plans, OW PLAYING AT THE EMPRESS M AJ E STIC NEXT FRI.-SAT. NIGHTS AT 8.30 AND MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 Annual Visit of the Whirlwind 'Musical Show EMPRESS NOW PLAYING MUTTtJEFFS The Funniest of All Musical Comedies GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS Clever Dancing. Complete Production. Twenty Song Hits Everything New This Season. 50; Saturday Matinee, Adults: Main Floor 50c Children 25c Seat Seats on Sale Wednesday at Armstrong and Raworth's THEATRE 3 Nights Starting MONDAY, MAY 3rd WITH LADIES ONLY MATINEE WEDNESDAY TRANS-CANADA THEATRES LTD. OFFER THE SUPRCMS OC6ULT SENSATION THE MYSTERY MAN OF INDIA AND HIS COMPANY OF MENTAL MARVELS IF WORRIED I 1 !F IN DOUBT III' IF SICK I 1 I I I IF IN LOVE IF TROUBLED I ASK KHAYM He Knows, All! Special Feature Photoplay SESSUE HAYAKAWA In tho Pulsing Modern Drama MAN Pathft Review. "Nearly Beresfofd and His Orchestra Same Popular Adults 50o Children 25c NOTICE TO COLONIAL THEATRE PATRONS SOc, MATINEE FOR LADIES ONLY WEDNESDAY, ALL SEATS, Me Will Be Given Away Wednesday Night This Week. Drawing will take, place at S.OO o'clock sharp. The winner must be in the audience, or bo an ad-, mission ticket holder on Wed- nesday nljht. A committee will bo called from the auillcnco to conduct tho drawing. Bo sure and'bring your coupons. Mark the numbers down on a slip of iiapor so that you can quickly glance over them and tnve time. YOU MUST liavfc your coupons wilh you. GREAT SHOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT Tho Distinguished Actor H. B. WARNER In the romance of Hie Croat soulMvest "THE GRAY WOLF'S GHOST" By llrct llarlo OTHER ATTRACTIONS All Wednesday COSMOPOLITAN PRODUCTIONS BY ROBERT CHAMBERS, MARJON DAVIES b> FAMOUS There was no eicapel The Dark Star ruled their lives. A girl from a mission Turkey, boy from a New Yo.rk a ravarn haired daughter of Russia, a wayward oi the all swept together in a maelstrom nf mystery and intrigue. Through New York and Paris, over the Atlantic, Into places high and low, the Dark Star led itj victims, until Bui see it all for'your- ip.r lin IJ I pletiirltttioh of Robert W. Chambers' great romance of 'iove and fate and daring deeds. ALSO SPE61AL CHRISTIE "SAVE ME SADIE." Two Rollicking Reels of Fun. ALSO OLIVE BAKER WHYTE, WHO MAKES HER APPEA.RANCE THIS WEEK, Forget "CHECKERS" Is coming soon, (To the Colonial oi course.) CTARLAND All Qwontiixl. TONIGHT, TOMORROW AND THURSDAY GERALDINE FARRAR "Flame vfrhe Desert" A throbbing aeVfn-reet drama of a desert wooing, which carries you from tho civilized luxuries ol to the barbaric splendors ot old Egypt. The greatest picture Silas Farrar has ever appeared in. It you enjoy a real drama see "Flame of the Desert" THERE IS BUT ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE THIS GREAT PRODUC. TION, "MAGNIFICENT." DON'T MISS ITl ;