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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920 rm LETHnwoGB DAILT PAGE FIVE YS MARKETS A complete ilapso IS grain-prices wa recorded K.lay when sensational declines were recorded due jto the demoralization ot foreign exchange. Opening prices wore all and with heavy liqui- dation prices dropped rapidly. i .Tlio export Brain situation Is at a Winnipeg oats closed 1 J-4c lower for .May, July S 5-8c lower; barley C oSc: lower "for May; July c lower. Klox closed teu lower for May, July J9c; rye closed 9c loiter. Tliere was fairly good demand for "oat} unchanged. Little- demand'for barley with No 4 showing u spread of 3c, CaMi flax was unchanged, the premium for No CHANGEt IN WHEAT' AND FLOUR PRICES from midnight OB Saturday lut and until 'urther notice, Canadian wiiMt board has ordwed changes In the price ol wheat and flour, the price of British Coiambii, Ontario'and Que- bec to mills la Canada if now raised iy ptr' buaa'el, the board increases tho maximum wholesale price of government stan- dard winter wheat flour from 110.10 per barrel to barrel, basts f.o.b. cars Montreal, W, C. being 20c over May. unchanged. Quotations; Rye May Jiilj-'V. Jlay July ____ i Open. Close GET CONTROL NEW YORK, block of stock of American-Hawaiian Steamship company, previously held uy Lord CowSray-and other British interests, "ac.qulred by Amer- Scan bankers, it announced here today. Sale of- the' Brltish-ownec stock now places In contro of tho was said.. The lin operates a fleet of May I. Only -Slny Cash No. 2 C.W... 925J No. 1 fted. S7U 153Vi 142 495 415 PRISONER 'S AS K "Saik., Feb. SS5i ijournmeul of the Wilson murder caso was necessary this, morning, as th accused .was unable to go on the slan In his own' behalf, owing'to menta land physical exhaustion.-He is in lhdly injured in a firn which this cessfu! run at Powers' theatre. ternoon destroyed the paint shop ot 19 Blaln Carriage Works, Fairmont venue. Fifteen men were working the plant. The fire started. It U elieved, by the accidental ignition f the liquid veneer. Ten barely es- wilh their lives, one was res- lied from the burning wo were cut building, and MULCHES "HE Mi Popular Empress Secures Exclusive First Run Showinss of Story -Which tbe LawiForblds to be Sold In Book Form. caso. Tbe dramatization of the stories When a rtcrnlt hii Wen in tie service Ions enough to that th shells and oulletk'thtt miss him d not hurt, he becomes Whe he learns by, experience that the mi sites that strike him do hurt, lie comea a casualty. The'best way to have cur teeth be- eomr; veterans in the service of good health, is to take care of them. It Great interest has'been created by tho announcement that Hall Caine's famous story "The Woman Thou Gavest the law forbids to be sold in book form lias been made Into a wonderful photoplay dram-i. and permission has beeii granted by the Alberta Censors to exhibit this play in Alberts.' At tremendous cost the popular Empress inealre lias secured tba exclusive rights to show tills play in LethbrldKe. Starting Thursday ol this week "ihe Woman Thou Gaveal Me" will be tho feature attraction at the Empress and owing to the tre- mendous crowds -who will .take ad- vantage of seeing such a marvellous atory In photoplay form it is request- ed by the management of She Fin press that all who can possibly do'so to vas made by that well-known author and playwright, Edward K. Rose, whose excellent iilaya, "Penrod" and 'Canny Hicks." are still fris'u in ;he minds ot theatregoers, and who in "Tlsh" is eaid: to liavo excelled all previous, efforts: In the title jrole, Miss Robson In- troduces to Hie" stage a new type o! spinster, the play containing two other characters of the .old type which arc utilized as ,who have many scents together which gives to this melodramatic farce "a vein ot tho richest and most? wholesome comedy seen In many a day. The action of the play lakes place In a summer resort town, and centres arouncl the dishonest methods ot one James Robertson, who means to uaViO Ted Lewis accept a bribe to aid In a civic deal he Is trying to put through. "Tish" Is the ruling spirit, anil no one seems to know just what she will do next, uut nevertheless she is there at tho'psychological moment, and sees that right prevails. the Bcenei on the tropical isle being wonderful. Then there Is the wreck of the yacht which has been tor- pedoed, a thrilling shipwreck scene, which is the .last word !n realism. "The Isle of Conquest" Is acclaimed is Xorma Talniadue's greatest effort, and will be ii delight to those who are fortunate enough to see It. "The Isle of Conquest" will bo shown only- at tho Colonial today. Thursday and Kriday. In spite of tho greatly increased cost o! tlus produc- tion, U will be shown at ponular prices. A splendid orchestral company the picture. concert will The old problem of divorce, tho oublcs of men who are forced away rom their homes by wives gone eed, to seek tho love ol other womei are a few of the great socla ues'.ions which are interestingly hail led by Cecil B. Do Miile in his spc ial Artcraft production of "Old Wive or which is being presentei Stariand tonight and tomorrow. that England had slipped Iho impor- _._. _ tation ot cotton as a result. Prices i Is lo expose--, the teeth and broke fully 180 to needleis'infection by care-- under closing, Jiay declin- ing to and July-io'L25.56. -v Calgary Livestock CAI.OAHY, Feb. 4.-hthrce hundred mi'ir'tlilrly-eigh't cattle and 1C? hogs', 73'''qt which were on 'through hilling.. Bheep, conatll'nted tho market stockyards Prices were era the as yesterday. Heavy stecrs ;niadij from J10.50 to JlliGo. Heavy cows ?S.50 to 53.00. Stocker ?7, and ycal citlvcs from to lessness'. -'Even i with best care (hat Wkhow how to s'vi, may. There is a.big ireat for boxing fan end all sportsmen down at the Co lonial theatre, where Manager Le Urown.is showing the only authent' arrango to visit .ono nf the aflernoon [motion pictures of the Johnson-Wi performances. Tho piclurizatiou this famous novel hy Hall Caine is ono of the most beautiful In.the an- nals of the motion picture art. 11 is pulsing all Vf-alisniiof the story; i filled iwith sen- he decays'of the teeth aha infection ot the gurus, hut by ciirefal as a habit, and .early ireatmenUof the I few teeih iiiiit, 'by -bac- teria, tho mouth; may .-healthy and rest of i of the teeth, the diet is of great Import- national .scenes In Bigland.'-lr.dia, Af- infection the regions heavyweight champioasbip figh which wa> battlfd at Havana, Jes Willard victor. Tins is Hie first time local sport have he'en given an opportunity o seeing almost.In real life this fan ous Every item of Ih iiattlc. is shown as clear as a" be! ?9.' Hogs jumped to 520.75 off Winnipeg vi Livestock 614 cal- the stomach, and every decayed tooth tie. 513 hogs and SI sheop. Trading ''anil every inflained the gums, We ot. diet aa trea tmej't.) foft, digest i ve; ils luibiuice_s. The' month front door-'of Double Start [Sard a tragtJy .whan-: a woman rlght'.man late; what daily .and-hourly tacrlfice, Unless the law, own life she is prepared 'to renounce reject aiid live her o.' solitude thereafter. Such is. story of 'The Woman Thou Caveat Me." See you will get a new arjgle oif man's double moral standard. this morning was and the mar- ket was generally weak to 2oc lower. is really 'a dige's'tive, Xo part of thte or inte's-V F. COMING ONCE MORE ]lr.'B market firm at for selects, tines can lie iliBeased: without altecl- fed and watered. I ing to some extent the, rest ihe po; ROBLEM OF DIVORCE VITAL THEME OF STORY OF "OLD WIVES FOR NEW This photoplay is based upon ,1 the each and. every one of the famoi twenty-six rounds being pictured seven reels of'motion pictures. In order that everyone may grasp this opportunity :of seeing the pic- lures, no'regular charge for admission is made, butia.silver collection is be- ing taken at the door. The'.pictures are being shown day, ThursdaVvand Viiday, this we Matinee at t o'tlock. and each nlglil at 10.36; afWfr-'Jhe repilar shows' arc out" Brown cordially invites every fall-in the city lo conioj on down and see these pictures. TONIGHT-TOMORROW CECIL B. DeMILllE'S GREAT PRODUCTION "OLD WIVES FOR NEW" With the greatest galaxy of stars seen In any picture since "THE SQUAW MAN" You'll know His better fetter seeing this.highly dramatic pro- duction. orel by the late David Graham Phil- ?s, tne pictjirizaticm la Macphersou, author-of many ucccssful photoplays. Aside- trpni Ihe roblems outlined tha raphically reveals Jhe efforts of a oman wbo ia naturally elolbtul to etain her husbautl for the sake of opinion, tLu_conflicting emo- oils that arise when a man is con- rontcd by what the world calls duty and what his heart tells him is living' a are tome o! tha elements in tuls remarkabla picture. The slory la epochal, but It is at tbe game time world-old. SocUty am! its foibles, the more intimate of marital lite, the probing of hearts- all is contained in ihTs Temarkable motion picture drama. Many screen players of prominence interpret the various roles. "A SAFE DANGER" Two-Reel Keystone' Comedy "FOX NEWS" "PATHEaWEEKLY" and lamb Quctalions probably sleariy. Montreal Stocks light. j (ra MONTIIEAL, Feb. were an-average, of 1-2. a point at this Sugai' at St and morning's, on _ River conlmon at 79 to vrre extensively traded in. Ii Is pnsslbleUo so 'arrange Ihe diet of a tihlld that the -development and retention Tof. the! teeth, is'.'reasonably assui-ed, aud'..aL .the' vtiniQ the 'digestion ahd'general health .are hene- The one.food--in the w'orl3 that Is KpanUh River preferred dropped to I exactly suited to is.mother's 3iS. Quebec Railway eased to 27.H-. Steel of Canada sold unchanged nt 1-2; Iron opened a fraction lower n! 71 Rlordnn oucneil a point liisber nt 17G and rallloil 1-3 point soon after. York Stocks ,milk. The children -of mothers who NORMA TALMADGE AT THE COLONIAL TODAY IN ISLE OF CONQUEST' V. Stuart-Whyle's fourth annual ini- iriation of English pantomime to Canada will-be "Little lied Riding which comes to the'-Majesticj Superb Xorinii- Taiin.idge will tor two nights, next Jlonday and jseira at Urn Coloninl-Theatre for three Tuesday, Feb. 9 ami The story of Red Hiding Hood :____ _____........______. one thai-tends Itself admirably. one :of the finest pantomime usage, _for, while Iho season's screen, offerings. dnys, starting today, in her latest ami 'sjmost production, 'J.Tbu actcrs In ihe original talo. aro few, it is the custom wlien the story in pantomime furm 10 include ail arc able to nurse them nonhnlly, liave of (he favorite characters of Mother a big lead in the race for When the first haby te'e'lh there Is a demand for something.more than liquid food. The -little--toelh must chew, and the gums need pressure. NEW YORK, Feb. I For seven to nine months, of age, sales: C P. S. little .toast -with 3-4; U. S. steel, Long Island piant of lltmry Kord. n-liltlc uoilcd'rfish'nntl'wel! cooked preferred, 113 iM.'libuftc'r' twice-'each'-.day.. After., nine i months, rusks, and. firm puddings. used by the'Government during-.tlie for manufacture of gas niitsks. has been sold to the Go'odyeaf-Tiro come-next. 'Do. not forget that liuttcr fat is absolutely Accessary for growth. The proper diet early, among them being Hoy Ulue, iio-Peep, Jack llorner, bUlle Tommy Tucker, llig Jack, Stout, Marjari'e Daw, Jack and Jill, Pefcr IMper, Old King Cole, the Fairy Queen, and Mother Jlubhard, together with the ;Riding. Hood family, aiul .of course. This makes "Little Hod Riding Hood" Ihe biggest of all p.iu- .omimcs to ifroduce, as ail of the characters are essential and must be dud Rubber Co. ior FI reported'.price has been effective" in the I cause of good leelb. Talk about says "The Isle.'of Connuest'-" is adapted .0 the screen from 'Arthur llornblow'a famous novel, "By Ilight ot Con- tiuest." H Is a sumptuous spectacle and is the story of n brave girl's light fov happiness. Many varied and Cuior- fnl locationn arc sc'cu played. 'by competent nrlists. U has heen oir. Whyte's for some time to produce this piece and it to Canada, but tho scarcity of real pantomime artists during Ihe war made the securing of an adequate cast impossible. However, by being1 in London dur- ing tbe demobilization of tlio llrilisii troops and women war he was able lo. select a company of such proven abilities ihat even in pre-war days would 'bavc' been difficult to en- gage for a Canadian tour. ever tried the best of all corn- STORiES TOLD IN PLAY HERE FRIDAY Headers of Ilio Saturday Evening no doubt recall wilh dc- Mary Roberts lllncbarfs stories which were conceded bcst.ot tho fiction reading n this famous imhlicntion. It will therefore bo most, interest- ing lo.thorn lo.lijiow Ilicil these Etorios havo'becn put liilo plaX'form for thai POS TOASHES CONCERT MAJESTIC THEATRE SUNDAY FEB. 8th Concert Under Direction of J. E. Thompson No Children Under 15 SILVER COLLECTION NORMA TALMADOE'lN ISLE OF NOW PLAYING AT TME-SOtPf-IIAL FORTHR Efi DAYS STARTINQ TODAY "It Pays To Advertise" Every person attending "It Pays to Advertise" is en- titled to 'steen million do lars worth of stock in Mr. Bryant Wnshburn's Soap." Big dividends In aligns: CHRISTIE "WILD AND WESTERN" A Good Laugh All the Way .Through. THURS., FRL, SAT. "Tiff WONAMTHOU GAYEST ME CDiDNIi.l-3saTODH HEREATLAST ONE OF THE MOST SUPERB PRODUCTIONS OF ALL TIME Norma Talmadge In Her Greatest and Most Spectacular Production 'THE ISLE ofGOHQUESr Adapted to screen by John Emerson' and Anita from the novel "By Bight of Con- by Arthur Hornblow. Directed by Bd. the Story of a Brave Fight Happlneaa; in Auiofblng Drama that Strikes Straight to the Heart. Beautiful Settings a Thrilling Journey Through Nature's Wonderland. LOVEI HATE: ADVENTURE! ROMANCE) Aftor the shipwreck Kmie'Love! With Ixjve came happiness on a desolate isle.iu the tropics -Tdth (he man oC her UearL And then Husband! An extraordinary situation developed" in an extraordinary manner. Morma. Talmadge in "The Isle of Con- at the Colonial A Select Picture." In'ftpite of greatly Increased cost to us of this attraction vie are going to chow it at popular prices. A'dolU 35c drildren .....lOc First Show Sharp at 7.OC; Second Show Sharp.it "SUPERB ORCHESTRA Next fr L-Feb.fi Two Hours and a. Half of Laughter with MAY ROBSON In The New Comedy "TISH" From Mary Roberts Rinehart's Stories. Published in The Saturday Evening Post. Adapted by Edward E. Rose Management AUGUSTUS PITOU, Inc. Prices..............75c, >2.00 SEATS NOW SELLINGJ AT ARMSTRONG AND R'AWORTH'S MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY-rTUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9thAND10th REGINA SAYS IT'S GREAT! "The best chow ever produced; than whlth no higher praUe can bt Leader, WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY SEAT SALE OPENS SATURDAY AT ARMSTRONG P.AWpr.TH'S MAIL ORDERS NOW ;