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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAT, APRIL 28, 1920 THE L ETHBRTpflE DAILY BKR PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS M4 Iti WINNIPEG, April was fair demand for oats, barley and rye on tb.8 local market today. Tilth very butlriess transacted. The dullae4s was attributed to the eilrsme- ly light The Sax market was exceedingly dull, buy em being out of the market. Oats cioied lower for May, Hie down for July and lower tor October. Barley dosed; down for Way and IJie lower for July. Flax closed lower for May and 7c lower, for July. closed for-May. Quotations Open No account is given at the ar- rests and executions by subordinate district commissions ;iyhlch existed In province under totlet control. FIRE AT ST. JOHN ST JOHN, B.. April whinh spread from floor to floor with rapidity started in the large brick building extending- from Prince Will- iam to Water by Dearborn and .Limited, Vrholesale grocers, and other firms, late last night, and practically destroy- ed the interior of the entire structure. Tho total loss wae estimated at nearly very largely" covered by .In- Oats-V May July Oct. Barley- May July Jlay July lll'i 103H So 166 Close. 109T4 sir. 153% 50 4 607% i .223 Prices 220 surance. f ing Arabian, chief of a powerful des- ert trll'e? But Imagination can hardly convey to you power, oppeai and color of this desert wooing. See Geraldine Farrar supported by Lou Telicgeu.ln her latest Gpldwyn dramatic Irlumph, "Flame of the Desert." A revelation of pictorial usaED I licence. An intense- ly emotional etory. '.'MUTT AND JEFF" Like the proverbial babbling brook Mutt and Jeff Eccni destined to go forward. :And no wonder for ihey are prime favorites and the high moguls of wholesome comedy, novelty, joy. screams, wit, bubbllag repartee arid blissful remembrance. To know and see them Is a treat. To not have be- come acquainted with their perennial lonlal theatre on Saturday of this capes from the fault aud, Ignorant of week, "The l-inntom Melody" is a reman- his cousin's perfidy, steals away, loses his Identity, and later returns to win I lm f .3 u lutut... i tie drami with Us scenes laid in ;nod- woman by the power of ,_ hla nnaninm HYPS i-lsa in a era Italy. It is Tlch In coloriul back grounds, tense with powerful situa- tions, and Its plot is sure to keep any interested. Count dlMontrorie, an Italian noble- man, ifi-in love with his ward, Mary I Drake, the daughter of an English 'Baronet, who makes his home in Italy. .Owing lo the differences in their ages the Count does not declare hts feelings, believing htr to be In lovo with, his cousin, Olorgetto, who is only'wpolng her for her vast estate.: The vrp'rlJ war has broken out and Ihe Count leaves for the front, but Glor-! getlq engages In riotous living at -Mbiiie-Carlo, persqadlng Mary's bro- his phantom 'melody, gives rise to succession ot strong scenes that lead to a tremendous climax. BRET TALE PRESENTS BLANCHE. 6WEET IN A ROLf Blanche Sweet essays a role widely differing from anything she has pre- viously attempted In "Fighting the Jesse p. Hampton Paiho fc-aiurdcomlns'tb the Starland Theatre for this week.ead. "Fighting Cre'tsy" Is a nlcturlzatlon of Bret KarWs story of California, "Cressy." Bret Harte stands supreme as the best story teller of the West Ler of the most turbulent man In.Tuo-, around the romance of Cressy lumne County, California, Blanche cousin of the clan opposing her father. Sweet Is the central figure of a vivtd The dispute Is over a boundary line and vital tale. Every character flgur- and Cressy very neatly settles tho Ing in tho story Is a delightful and dis-' matter and culminates her love aaW tinctlTB sludy. The plot is. woycn'by buying tho land in her own right. MAJESTIC WITH LADIES ONLY MATINEE WEDNESDAY THE TRANS-CANADA THEATRES LTD, OFFER 2 C. W. ....108S 3 C. W. Feed.............. 1 Feed 2 Feed Track 3 C? W.' 4 C. W.....ISO Feed Track ,...............164J4 V- 1 N. W. C. ...-.................604 2 C. W. .'..-.489 3 C. W.....434 Track 2 C. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, April Livestock today 344 liogs and four sheep.' :Tlie market this morning -was generally strong for. all classes and grades of cattle. Two'sleers sold'at IH.OO; wih Ui'e niilkat Jll.OO to }13.00. Good 410.75. Them was littie demand for stock- grades. calves.held firm, best selling aff 17.00. The hog rnarket -was unsettled, fed end'-watered eping at f 20.00. Parli Money PARIS, April were firm on the bourse today. Three per cent. 67 francs 16 change.'on'.Ixxndon 63 francs 60 cen- K .The quoted at IS AT THE EMPRESS 81g Alleflorlcal Play Has Been Filmed on An Scale. The famous morality play, "Every- has been made into a ino- llon picture ahd-.wlU be sb.6wii at.Uie The story is declared to have been filmed oii an extremely lavish scale 1 lo abound In beautiful': lovely women attired lii ,handsome now Hill musical comedy In three acts entitled "Mutt and JeK's Dream." The latent event will be the nest of- fering at the Majestic theatre com- mencing Friday of this week. A.spec- ial cast of famous-entertainers j horu's I, dava when that ally, during a terrlflo slorra. Allhough f0rniB WIB young knowltg him to be alive, Giorgctto As the high-spirited daugh- "i the. burial'of his cousin in the Vault. Tha younger man then the title and the family for- Including a beauly t of charming youug women whq aid and abet and short of It" as Mutt nnd his diminutive pal are universally known, Into supplying laughter for the nation, How. the Count returns to life, ea- kV-'SJ KHAYM, THE MYSTERY MAN and s'pectac'ulir effects. Against "this extravagant background Walter Erowna's ceisbrated. allegory of life and its temptations is acted by an extraordinary cast; of .players. Tho role ot Bverywoman 'is' played by Vtolet Heroin, .a beautiful' actreas well kno'wn on the-, stage and tho screen. Monte Blue. iaSVthe1 part of Love, Wanda Hawley 4s peaiity, and Theo3pre Roberts Is 'Wealth. Others in the company' _inolude Loomls, Mildred Rcardpn, Bebe Dan- iels, Irving Raymond Hal- ton, Noah Deery, Charles Ogle, and Tully Siflrshall.' ,The pictutej -was cM- reclcd by frcorge H; "Melford and (i released as' photoplay. a, ParaiupuntiArtcratt francs 39 centltnes. -ft NEWi'YOSK; April iale's: C.' P: R.. 117U; U.S. Steel, rreferrod, "MIRACLE OF LOVET'COMINS Another ot productions Trill bV.seeh at'tbe E3m press Theatre It is a screen vcroion of Cosmb -HRmilton's "Tio: Mlracla of with Lucy Cotton and- Wyndhain; Standing in the principal rplee, The etory has a Bri tl sh awl n tera around: an son BANK OF. ENGLAND STATEMENT LONDON, .April The -weekly statement of: tho. Bank of England thows'the followins changes In pounds .Total reserve decreased drcuiatlpn increased Bullion .increased Other securities decreased Public deposits decreased pther deipoilts decreased .Ji'oiei reserve decreased Government socurities increased of- a noblemaa's'faniily. This play shows at. the- Empress Friday and Saturday.-..Today, "The Dark Star." Set In lavish stage settings, gor- geously robed and presented In terful manner, Khaym, The Mystery Man India, who comes to the MB- theatre for three nights com- mencing next -Monday. Hay 3rd. will, without a doubt, prove to the theatre goers and lovers of tho Offering is one of the best along Ibis line. :ThIs being proved In other: cities by the capacity audiences which- are packing the leading theatres In' all cities where Khaym Is appearing, Kb.aym and his selected mental marvels are peculiarly adopt-, ed for his work in the occult by.'his right of birth. Bora In India, spend- twelve years of his boyhood there, Khaym, through hts early associations, absorbed many of the mystic beliefs of tho Far East and through laTler development has become the all mental mafleis, He presents a series of experiments In telepathy, spirit messages, and .oc- cult phenomena lhat Is baffling tij .all 'that witness his production. Doing the Beamingly Impossible with V-per- that forces his the narrowest mind, Khaym will offer the most mysterious entertainment ever .seen in this city, TONIGHT Positively Your Last Opporltm- 'W J itrto See vFARRAR In the Magnificent Photo Spectacle OF .Ask Those. Who. Have Seen It. FRIDAY .NIGHT GIFT NIGHT COME EARLY TONIGHT .SPECIAL MACLYN ARBUCKLE "FIGHTING MAD" A Picture WARNER In the Superlative Feature "THE GRAY WOLF'S GHOST" "NATURE'S BIRDLAND" A Beautiful Nature Study THE MYSTERY MAN OF INDIA THE SEASON'S OCCULT SENSATION o He Knows All! COMING' TO COLONIAL COUNTRY STORE VOPVILNITE AT COLONIAL The proportion of the bank's re- servo to liabilities is 10.44 per cent; last -week it was 17.26 per coat- Rate of discount 7 per cent. The regular Colonial's Country Store Vodvll Nile, will be staged at the Colonial on Fri- day night, ivh splendid'array of will te on''hand.''.' TKe first priiie this week will b'eautiful silver-mounted valued at tho second'prize will be five dollars in cash, .and. with other .useful Uie night's fun will tie plentiful. Patrons are ad- vised to attend as early', an pbsslblo as tiog limited; Slonrpe Universal producllon, "The rhantom heralded as an unusually line produc-j tion. F. McGrew W'ljis wrote the story nnd Douglas Gerninl The star is supported by a splendid cast, Including Barney Sherry, Jean Calhoun, Cbarlos West. Ray Galla gber, Lois Lee, Joseph Ray'ond Milton Markwell. It will be seen at the-.Cc-, MAJESTIC NEXT FRL-SAT. MIGHTS AT 8.30 AND MATINEE SATURDAY A AT 230 Annual Visit of Whirlwind- -Musical Show Eli'S OCCE-AT'EST SUCCESS MIIYY If U'P'r nuTMFFS BIG SHOW' AT CoiONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT Follon-inB is the big prograja which -will'bo Colon- ial theatre for tho last times (onleht: H. B, Warner in "The Gray Wolf's speciar.fivfrparl feature; Arbuekle in'VFightin' a tVo-parl comedy; a beau- tiful -scenic, and "Tho an- other special comedy. COLONIAL BIG SPECIA.L ATTRACTION SATURDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK The Screens Greateit Char- acter 'Actor fn Two Years Commteion Ar rctfcd for Political Crimea BERLIN, April Moscow tcvistia, a copy of Tvhlch has been re- ceived here, prints the last instal- ment of the report of the extraordin- ary commtesiori appointed for com- fcatting tho ccuntcr-rOYoltrtlon during fe period tho com- mission ernwted persons, of whom were accused of counter- vt ot- fenaM committed as officials, of and of eiprcsslne opinions. The per- (oos shot aggregated The refer only to tho worfc b( tho Moscow and Petrograd "WKERE ARE MY Whenlgrowup POST ''Villijff" TOASTIES Because A be looking for an The ijatrons of the Colonial theatre are going to have the .opportunity of Lois Weber's production, "Where Are illy on Wed- nesday and Thursday next for the first time In Lothbrldge.. .The stirring photoplay deals with a. Question which Is uppermost In the minds of leading men and ot the. country to- day. The.otory deal? .irith the idle-rich and the wives of tho'rich whose sole ideals are thosa afternoon teas, and outdoing each other in dreis and so- cial functions. The-tragic rjedth of tho housekeeper'fl'daughter irhp while visiting her mother nt the -wcnlthy homo foil in love -with the rich young man who 4o her downfall and then deserted hor. Every young person over sixteen years of age should' see this feature and heed tho timely warning. This photoplay was Ono of tho dramatic son- gallons of York when It appear- ed there, and although it has a strong moral, there is no sign or the tlrotomc preachment contained In same. Everyone will enjoy the story and their sympathy Arlll go out to tho old lonely couple .who lost the oppor- tunities of youth. The leadlng'rolo in "Whero Are My taken by >Mr. Ty- rone Pcrwer, the cotali'lo actor irho ap- peared here portonally a short time ago, -i DO YOU BELIEVE THATTHEOEAD LIVE? KHAYM HEKNOWS "THE BOARDER" COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Matinee Ladies NightPrices SEATS NOW let Mounted 2nd cash. And Scores 7of Other Uteful .'Gifts. Be sure and come Friday night, and leani Colonial's neit offer. 7 Usual Adults 35c Children "CHECKERS" IS COMING 50c ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S rar Reme'mber this for Saturday It will be one of the seasons finest dramatic treats. of All'lduslcal Comedies GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS Clever Dancing, Complete Production. Song Hits I .Everything New Thin Season. 'Saturday Matinee, Adults: Main Floor..................... 50c Children 25o Any Seat Seats Now Selling at Armstrong and i- Raworth'j. COSMOPOUTAN PO.OOUCT10S LOVE "FLAME OF THE DESERT'.AT STARLAND TONIQHT LAST TIME Can you Imagine yourself walking the picturesque streets, of old Egypt; watching with awe the mysterious ritual celebrations of the Mohamrrm- don hordes! Can you .picture your- Edf on the trackless [Wastes of the Sahara Desert lit night, watching the beautiful yet Iraglo of a euierb lUHiuKKOW THE EMPRESS. NEXT WEEK TOMORROW SATURDAY FIGHTING "If my I'll quit school first." Cressy was an outdoors typical Western lass. She understood bit- ter fights, display of spir- it and anger, but not the half formed dreams of her heart. J3rtt Hsris hiKW many Fighting Cressys. Bret Harle knew his West; and his warm pen makes the b'g trees, rugged mountains anil Bunliglit come to life with vivid energy. He touches the heart of a great counlry and the heart of Its womanhood. Here's Iho Meal team; Blanche Sweet and iJrct Harlo In a "Sweet Ilarto" drama of 'rugged Cal fornla. You'll love "Fighting Just as her many beaug loved ucr. Special Saturday Malinee Children 5c ;