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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 rm DAUVT PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS a ran. tai LlttitlMk WINNIPEG, for cash cals was elizhtly improved to- day ami tho spreads advanced M 10 3-i'c from Saturday. Casb. 'barley was easier. premium falling off another vho was Mar- ried to a very rich man for (he safce of her family. It was purely a war- riajeo of convenience. happiijess did not enter iiito It. Her husband takes her for a cruise uyou hia yacht; it was hero the adventure start- ed, (or the yacht wss shipwrecked, and apparently Iho only survivors were iho sirl olid the stoker- from (ho ship. Tho tropical island upon which they were thrown was unUt habited, and [or six months a distress signal was waved to attract any I passing bliips, tut during lhis lime tho Kirl began to know what real and was about lo pull down the distress signal and live In happiness with this uwu, whom she hid learuod to love, when sud- denly her husband appears upon the scene and takes her back to the life ot sham, which she had lived before The climax of (he ftory is exciting idded it's 'some" show, b. Charles r'orluue. European comedy njgler. will open the eho'.v with hli lolouily fuuuy comedy juggling ad. Fortune comes lo Ihe "Hip" circuit direct from extended engagements In England and France. enJ will offer ui act thai will be entirely new to 'Hip" Neil on Ihe .bill will come Jim very intereaUrn; talk oa some ol his experiences and his work. A fine line-up ot photoplays, and a splendid orchestral concert by the Co- loalal Concert Orchestra will complete show, which jives promise of inr the belt and season. "LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD" "Little Red Hiding F. Stuart- fourth annual English panto- mime, will be the otferiue nt the iU- Jcstlc for two nights, ueit Monday Jhathain and Leah Daucourl. "Thutj Tuesday, Feb. S anil 10. Wtnnlpes WINNIPEG, Felt. (Dominion this nmnilng amounted to 337 cattle and 4W110B3. The market -.was qulot this morning, the few common to medium cattle be- taken up by local packers at steady prices, there being littla de- mand (or other classes and grades of tlltllB. DkMlng opened at for select fed and watered, which is In line Vlth Saturday's close. There were no receipts oJ sheep aud lambs over the week-end. Mew York Stocks NEW YORK, Feb. slies: C. P. n., 127 5-S; U. S. steel, 104 5-S; U. ;S. steel preferred 113 1-2. Calgary Llveltock CalEflry, 2. (Livestock only 62 cattle .unload- ed there was practically no market at the stockyafda today.; Heavy cows inade ?5 to Beef, heifers; to ?10; butcher atcors, to ?10.6o; rrao heavy hutcher bull, ?5; stocker to, well, call it Bliiiardvllle, Sask., "where they were very shorlhanded. and wanted immediate assistance." I Next night found this official spe'ed- lag westward throush_. the. wilder- ness of Northern Ontario to take up hia new post In-the empire of wheat. Almost simultaneously with the de- cree thfct he lead- ing ofilclal of the.union in' another bank, got his marching orders, too. He was booked for a. small town in central Ontario, -where he will hand out cash. So today these two -lead- ing spirits of the Bank Clerks' Union are separated by a good two tboni- aa'd miles. East From It -irould .seem: that the bank's and Ihrilllng. MAY.ROB80N ON FRIOAY I.overa of real coraeJy. excellently staged and plftyerti have a treat in _ sioro for their amusement on evening licit, Feb. 6, at Iho Majestic, when Augustus Pilou, will prc- Southern Duo." in their clever comedy j singing .and. talking act. Plenty ot j spicy dancing, some fine costumes, and lots of pep will put the act over !n! big style. Third on the hill will lie Frank Roberts and Florence Pulton, a versa- tile pair, of performers who in their staging and talking oddity will raise a riot of laughs'., This act is a sur- prise in Its nature and should be one of the on Ihe bill. Fourth place will bo filled by the Alsace-ljorraluc Uirls in one of Ihe season's raost sensations! perform- ances. Au aerial trapeze is used In the act, from, which the girls perform In a startl ing'manner. Daring costumes, and special scenic effects make the act a -winner. As an added attraction to the hill. the famous deep-sea and hero of tho "Eastland' Produced, as It has been, upon a scale .of jrandeur never before at- tempted outside of D.-ury "Uttlo Ued Riding Hood" promises to prove the ono biggest spectacular of Canadian theatrical history, and its coming thla city may bo regard ed as an unparalleled tvent. The action of the piece is. divided into fourteen gorgeous scenes, each one masterpiece ot lights and color pretexting a ttalldoscoplc panorama of Fairyland and the tales of Mother Goose. the thrilling slory ot Little Red 'Riding Hood forms tha centra steers, 550 to to JS.75. Xo hogs on eale. pounds made from winter Fair iAssociBtion was organized at Chat- ham, with the object of holding fair elly not year. A shipment ot MO fcwd of cattle from the Island ot Jeney. in Jhe Channel, will distributed nrnong breeding farms In New York, New Jerxy and Connecticut In an effort to Improve New York's milk and dairy lupply. head orrkes have in these cases al- tered the familiar Biblical quotation Into: '-'As far an the from tho west so far shall .we remove the transgressors from each other." Also they might be said to have act- trjd upon the assumption in Kipling's immortal lines that: "For east i- east and west !s Test. And never the twain shall meet." The branch, system :whlch Involves constant moving of the staff is a feature of Canadian, banking which places the clerks -in more complete control of the management than in almost any other business. At a nod from the head office a- man can be dispatched at a moment's notice to the other end of Canada, and kept there indefinitely. The "Move" a Weapon Clerks stand In constant terror of being sent to certain undesirable towns of the prairie etc. Though be It said that a move nearly .-always means promotion Some-moves, as in the disciplinary So the power of the bank to moro a man may be madi tery formidable weapon. Notwithstanding the action ot the banks in thus endeavoring to break up movement 'by scarteratfon thi Bank Clerks' Union stands to its guns, and states it will, carry on. It remains to be seen whether "Head Office" -Kill bo able to squelch, tht new organization. for the first time In this city, the %vell-known and popular corue- dienue, May libhsoji, in Kdwa'rd E. Hose's dramatization of Mary Rob- erts 'Hinehnrt's famous Saturday Bvfc- ning I'ost's stories of which come direct from a three months' suc- cessful run nt Powers theatre, in Chi- cago, and will lie given here with the original cast and production. "Tinh" as portrayed by MJKS Itob-1 son character that is Irresistibly funny and .when she gets into full swing with tho other two old -maids around whom Ihe action of the play centres, simply a laughter-pro- voking marvel. In theme, "Tish" is a maiden lady whose life is a constant search for ad- no one seeming to know. what fhp will do or where she will urn up next, who doligbts in running a ninety-horsepower motor boat up and down the lake at the summer rc- orLwhere the action of the play takes place; in frustrating the plans ot.lho own grafter, or of turning the tables on a couple of gossipy old maids who are always prying into other people's affairs., Tho sale of opens Wednesday. disaster, will make his appearance at each performance. Mr. Ijoeb, appear- ing in his diving coslume, will present his own motion pictures of tho East- land disaster, in addition to giving a TODAY ONLY A Vivid Picluriwtion ot Robt. W. Clumbers .Famous Novel for Their u Lydia PinUutm'i Vegeta- ble Compound? Norrtu Talmadge Is Starred In the Feature. Tho announcement that Normal will be seen at the Colonial had iocs a female .weakness that I could I not do my work and I1 conld not any- I thing to relieve ma. B A physician treated I me, but it did no Igood. I had been in Ithls condition tai {three months when! ran taking Lydia Itable Compound 1 (tablet form) and lit cared me. I Ikeep bouse and am able to do my work now. I certainly praiM -yoor OLDFATKER, B48 West Second MIshawaka, Ind, Woroenwho suffer from such aiinipnti thouM not continue to drag around and io theirworkundersuchconditions, but frofit by the experience of Mn. Old- father and thousands of otherswho have tried this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink'iam's Corn- i.oaiul, imd relief from such suf- fering. If complications cslst write tho I.ydiaK. Pfnkhai.i Medicine Co., Lynn, Klass. The result of their 40 years' expciience in women on lhi< luoject a at your rtnice. MARRIED WITHOUT LOVE A Thus in my youth, my liolp- lessncss, my Ignorance and my inexperience 1 becamo.engaged to tho man who had bce-n fonnd nnd courted for mo. had not spoken to mo, sex was still asleep in me, and my ranrriago was Biranged boforo my desp- er' nature know .whal was ft Ing done." scene from Hall ft "Tl'O Woman Thou 't Oavesl which cornea to fr 't the Empress Theatre, Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday o( this week. Avoid crowds by 4 VUltlns a theatrs for three days, starting Wed- nesday, la her neweA production, "The Itle of trill wel- comed by thousandi ot photoplay tana of this city, ftanT of whom have been wondering when this popu- lar star irould again be seen here. The picture .is lilm version oC Arthur Homblow's famous- novel, "By Eight of which has been read by hundreds of people in this city. H hu been adapted for the screen by John Emerson, and Anilo Loos, two ot thev inpsl famous -COLONIAL-1 TONIGHT TUESDAY "HIP" Vaudeville GREAT DOUBLE BILL HEADLINE THE ALSACE- LORRAINE GIRLS In an Elaborate and Sensational Acrfal Trapeze Act FLORENCE FULTON FRANK ROBERTS In "A Song and Dance Oddity" CHATHAM LEAH DANCOURT "That Southern Duo" CHARLES FORTUNE1 Europjan Comedy MAJESTIC THEATRE FEBRUARY 9th AND 10th TORONTO SAYS IT'S GREAT! "Stuort-Whyte's Beat, Should be hero 'wo mouths instead oJ two World. WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY Prices and SEAT SALE OPENS SATURDAY AT ARMSTRONG 4. RAWO.r.TH'S MAIL ORDERS NOW JOHNNY Tilghtwclght- of who arrived .in New York on the Prince George to Johnny Dun ike-Benny Leonard boot, only to thai the fight hM been called off. he had trarelled milw to ste it. Ho to challenge thn wlriiier.. now trying 4o arrange .1 bout with Leonard, and might lake Mist Zara Clinton, in F. Stuart.Whyfe'a fourth annual pantomime, i Riding at the MajMtic tiexl Monday and Tuesday, February and 10. GREAT EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ARTHUR LOEB (Himself, in Person) The Hero of the Eastland Dli- aster and World's Greatest Deep Sea Him! See Him! FEATURE COMEDY "African Lions and American Beauties" OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS AND ORCHESTRA Don't Miss This Great "Hip" Show, tht Best Yet No Advance in Prices. Ad-.-lts Me Children 2Jc Three Shows Doily, 2.30, 7, and SPLENDID SPECIAL ATTRACTION! COLONIAL THREE DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK JOSEPH M. SCHENCK Presents BY HALL CAINE JESSE L LASKY Preients "THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME" A Paramount-Aiicraft Special VISIT A MATINEE Directed by HUGH FORD Starting.Thndif EMPRESC THEATRE U "Oh, you women, who in the iovt that guards you, shields you, you, wrapt you round and ktope you pure anil lljhtly the pnsttrate wul of your slater In her hour of trial and Thus does Hal] Calne for the unhappy young wife who flees, In this great picture, from hateful husband to a dcetrrt man laves, You'll get a new'i "double standard" of morality wtien you see "The Woiman Thou Guvest Me." NORMA TALMADGE I 'The Isle of Conquest' HER FIRST AND ONLY BIO SPECTACULAR SUPER. FEATURE Adapted to the screen by John Emersou and Anita Loos from Arthur Hornblow's famous Borel, "By Right of Conquest." Direct- ed by ADVENTURE Bailing the of iV only ors 61 i tropical o( llfe- loni isolation--The bfrth of then HU8- IJANUl A Picture of Thrills and Bouty ;