Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
30, 1920 THE LETHBtUDGE DAILY PAGE F1VK VAUDEVILLE MARKETS "MUTT AND JEFF" AT MAJESTIC Mult anil Je-'f, the famous cartoon creations of "Bud" Fiaher, will be seen in an, entirely new j musical comedy at tlio -Majestic to- i night and Saturday night, "mall- iuee Saturday. The litlo o! the wel- April come addition to tie mirth of the na- tirlty UsM. offerings again featured the .'or July; ryo higher tor Quotations' Closf. ................llO'l m'.l July i....sx-........... "lOl'i 103M, i :.'i So "163 July 505 104 ii its 504 "J Julj-' v: Slay 221 Cash Prices 2C.W...imJ No.3 l-Vstra No. 1 i'eeu- Track 3 Feed.. MUK a a Vfhiclo calculated'to give the high- ly-funuy pair an opyoriuulty to re- new acd settle their time-honored feud to their hearts' content, and In- cidentally help, pave for new Joys, surprises, features, wit, screams, mirth, hilarity, and everything that goes to mata joy eternal. Songs that dances that en- trance, rib-tickling and whole- some comedy mark t'lheir -presence from stajt (o fmieluSorae'oI the mem- gf au. eJEceptionaUy.; clever cast aro: Grace Jlanaen, Frank Oscar Lloyd, Jerry Ron Snow, Effie.-Hearspn, Ilayes .and Wyna, the TacliTnautLS ;aud others. There will be no increase lii prices. No.' C.W...lJSiJ Vc'efl........155% No. 1 N.W.C. .-....-......-.......aOHl 'I C.W...500U No- 3 C.W...434K Track .......................'.GvlU Xo.''2 New York Funds VOIIK, April px- coange was heavy today for demand aiid for rallies..: Cana- tlian dollars were New Stocfcs April'' C. P. aits', u; prcforreJ., 103'A. London liar sjlrcr K14'd per cent; discount COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT THE COt-OtilXi: JONIGHT Vojay is but-Colonial thea- Ire- .b'egiuniuE. to call It for ll'sHbe, day or. -which tli'o WB Country Store Voflvil Etaged at the Colonial. Store Is going to beirjght up to tho oiark, with a great prhes'on band.'.The flisl prize- fm tpiilglit" will ,te a. nean- tiful.sHver-iabuQted-'casserolei valued at This is' one the. finest firsL-prizea uy'QIanager Len The secoad'priz'e will fee a big sdck'bf'fltiiiiV'ali'U tteu In addl other nse- fiil Kifti. Tonijal'a.Country Store will sfavt'sharp at 8.15, and ib'ten'dihg'pal- roils are-a'filved to atlead'as early as :.-Tho _hig-show-.for today and -Satur- day ty.Monroo Salis- the' nopnlsr character actor, 1'n his latest romantic drama, "The Phan torn- Melody." An excellent comedy, "Brorvaile's Busy will chase and'Blgj Jim Corbett will ho'seen in v-ith.George Ar'.fss In "DIsracH'! and with Margare't >i.n "Tho. latest on the stago (u the wctl-knowii. New York success, "Three Paces East." ;in whlcli she hid the letting feminine- role-. Exceptional, beauty wqs one 'of the chief requisites for each of the twenty young women In the cast of anil the company la In Ulis reaped unusual. Tho picture was llrecteU by George Melford and proilucctl on an elaborate scale. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 'TWICE SATURDAY 0.'. Night Annual visit oif tbt WhIHwind COLONIAL "Always the Btst Shovy in Town" KHAYM COMING 1n practically every city Ilial Knarni, Ihe'-Mystery Man of India, maltcs appearances, he is requested thmisaiuls of larlies for privalc in- (miews or reading's. The Iftdfcs slale lo tlio fact'lhal tlieir fliios- lions ore of !i inoro Intimate.iialure, not desire to ask theiit bstorc usual nilxerl nnilioncc. To accom- modate nil rciiuesla ot this nature.-the irianagemcnt, (lie Majestic, theatre his innde arrnngements that a special niallncf, to trlilcli only ladlca will be aiiraltfcd, -will be held Wednesilay at- tftrnoon during Ills cngogomcnt hero. At Uils performauco no DIDJI will bo jtormiUen1 so tlio ladies will feel at liberty to nsk Khiiyn any qnesUon re- gardless of ils naturo and can letsl ns- eiired-Iliac no embarrassment will bo hroilgtit upon them. The mnlince will promntly at 2.30 p.m. TONIGHT (FRL) Country Store VodvilNite Come, on Down Early, Bring the Wife and kiddles and Have the Laugh of a 'Ufelime. 1st Silver Mounted Casserole. .Value 2nd In Cash. 3rd of Ffour. And Loads of Other Useful Prizes. Always Have a Big Time ntj] (.the Colonial's Country Store She Was Married To Another! Yet they resolved to fly in the face, of con- "venV'on, elope and find their happiness. But they reckoned without the -world and the amazing events that followed! A piclure that lays bare the Intrigues of Brit- ish society, enters the hgtls of stnte, follows a for- bidden romance to the end, and culminates In leva's great miracle, Magnificent sets, gorgeous gowns, ring action, and-a plot that burns with emotion, Founded on Cosmo Hamilton's celebrated romance In' the Cosmopolitan, Played by a brilliant cast, including Standing, Lucy Cotton Jackie Fiiied wi'tn scenes you'll want to see. The Most Magnificent Production ,Seen in This City Since "The Miracle Man." Showing at the Empress Today and Tomorrow at Popular Prices. ADDED 2-REEL COMEDY SCREAM, AND POSITIVELY LAST, APPEAR- ANCE OF OLIVE BAKER WHYTE. 3 Nights Starting Monday, May 3rd WITH LADIES ONLY MATINEE WEDNESDAY The Funniest of All Musical Comedies GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS Clever Dancing. Complete Production. Twenty S6ng Hits Everything New This Season. 50c Saturday Matin'ec, Adults: Main Floor................... Balcony 50c CfiUdren 25o Any Seat Seals Now Selling at Armstrong and 1 Raworth's, MAMMOTH WEEK END SHOW The Screens Greatett Char- acter Actor Monroe Salisbury In the .Maciilf- Icenlly Jlount- cd Ilomanlfc Drama "TK PHftHIflH Acided Comedy Feature THE RA.INBOW COMEDY GIRtS In "BROWNIES' BUSY DAY" JIM CORBETT in West episode ol "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" The Serial of a Thousand Surprises Colonial Concert Oroheitra Finest. orcbcalpw In .lethliridge Same Popular Adulfs 35c Children 10c Kiddles' Matinee Saturday WATCH FOR "CHECKERS" THE SEASON'S OCCULT SENSATION LAVISH STAGE SETTINGS GORGEOUS WARDROBE NOVEL LIGHTING EFFECTS IF WORRIED IF IN DOUBT I IF SICK IF IN LOVE IF TROUBLED ASK KHAYM HE KNOWS ALL THE MAN WHO KNOWS THE MYSTERY MAN OF JNDIA 250 Seats, 50c; 250 Good Seats, 250 Choice Seats, Ladies'Matifiec, A'l Seats 50c Seats on Sale Now at Armstrong and Raworth's.