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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY OAIM PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS WINNIPEG, Feb. liquida- tion at the opeafnf ot today's Bwslon o( the graiu market caused drastic de- l-Hues in all grain prices. The market active for somo time, with, fluc- tuations rapid, but general short sell Ins took the backbone out ot the mar- ket. After i breaking 25c, May flai strengthened'toward tho close. There was a good demand for oats with very llttlo trade at. tho levels. Spreads were reported un chaugcO to l-2c: better. Harley weaker, with spreads l-2c to 2c lower. Flax spreads' unchanged. Quotations: July.... May Jijiv Hay July Open. 91 U 87% HO 4C4 410 Close 145 140 4 SO 445 1C7 Cash Prices JCo. 2 C.W... Ko.-i teed.. 85% Track C.W...1G5 Yrack Xo. 1 N.W.C. 2 O.W...474 Track of (ictlon. aud lo whom tbe three old oialda erouiid whose person- ulilles the play has been'built, are tamtliar characters. with a lust for adventure entirely........ illli, Katie'rlus Griffith, Fritzl Bru- elte, ind others. v (he novel published In _913 It eicited much dlicimlon. went Calne, the sou of Hie au- hor, dramatized [i and it pro- duced in Boston April 13, 1917. vrhers always lauding luto the middle t rau tor several woeki'to big lusl- i ot lome excitement or other. Through tier strong mindeduess.. she leads Aggie and Uzzio through a maze ot stranne happenings, which tuey. alone and uuabeited, would pass'up In holy awe and horror. The contrast between "Tish" and other two spinsters is the basis [or a heap of excellent comedy, aud Miss Itobson and her associates take NORMA TALMAOCE'S LATEST PICTURE ISLE OF COriaUESTI AT COLONIAL Tbe new Xorina Talmailge produc- "LITTLE RED RIDING "Utlle lied Hiding the. :ourth of a series of English panto- mimes Imported to this country by P. Sluart-Wliyle. the noted liritlsh au- hor-ruanager, will be the offering at No. .1 C.W... 89' Xo. 2 reed.. SS} .N......... 90' No. 4 C.W...13H No. 3 C.W.. .440 ......480 Ko.v2 Winnipeg Livestock 'WINNIPEG, Feb. J.'.vi'slock Seccipia 455 caL- Ue'.-.ioCl hogs HTsheep.x C'folco quality temalc butcher stock and good hulls sold on a very quiet market 'this morning, while other classes and grades o( cattle were slow ;md weak. One heavy cow weighing H70 pjunds topped the market at 513.50. There ivns a itshl supply of sheep and lambs today's quDtstlons holding HORS opened at ?20.aO for selects fed and watered, being in line with yesleala.v's 'advance nnrt indications jipliit to a furlher advance before the close of today's market. Calgary Livestock UALtiAltY, Poll. Live- sloc-k hundred and thirty-two cattle and '335 hogs were unloaded at the stockyards today, C6 )iog3 bstas on through billing..Prices ou a level vdlh yesterday. Heavy averaging from 1100 to 1200 made 510.75 to Jll-50. Good butcher. Bicers to ?9.50; heavy cows-av- craslnE from lo-1175 pounds inr.dc from to f 10. Common cows 58 to ?S 50; canners, ?4 to ?4.75. But- cher hulls ?7. Ono made Slogs advanced to 521.00 oft ears for selects. :lie 31ajcslic for hezt Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 0 a ad 10. By his previous productlpas, "Alad- "rtobinson anil .last vear's ilr. Whyta has es- tablished a reputation for.'gorgeous musical shows that has placed his of- ferings in a class by themselves.' The'reception Svhlclv' has.-been ac- corded this, his' latest, effort, amply evidences the fact that "Little Red Riding Hood" Is destined to prove an even greater success iban any of ola preceding importations. This has been made possible large- ly by his bolus ou the ground during the dcmobilizatiou or tho tejperia Iroops and women war workers this} summer in Ixiddon. A: desire on the! part of many former pantomime'ar-' tIMs to see tbo cbnnlvy whtch sent' such wonderful fighting men over- seas, helped greatly lu getting their signatures on tbo contracts for an es- cnded lour of Canada and the United Stales. Before tho expiration of those contracts they should have gained quite a knowledge ot the new. as their itinerary covers practically every important city between llalifaij and Victoria and. Portland, Oregon, o 'Portland, Malno. every advantage of ottered. the opportunity presents the sfluaiiou of a woman who hates all men arid'a mail who has lost faith lu woman being thrown togethe- ou a tropical Island, there to work out their own destinies. Tho dramatic faith and ambition 'and U stoker on the yacht upon which Kthel and her brutal husband cruising. The yacht Is "destroyed lu raid oceati, and Elhel Arnold are 3moraon ami Anita L003 from Iho novel Illght of Con- by Arthur Hornlitow. Directed by Ed. Jose. The story of a Brave fight for an absorb- ing drama (hat strikes itralght to the- heart. Beautiful tcenat a thrill. Ing Journay through wonderland. Flrtt Show Sharp at Sfcond Show at MS SUPERB ORCHESTRA Adults....35o Children... 10; MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9th AND 10th SASKATOON SAYS IT'S GREAT! "A wonderful aggregation of English Pantomime ;irlisls, Supcvb Saskatoon Star. _ WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY and SEAT SALE OPENS SATURDAY AT ARMSTRONG RAWOP.TH'S MAIL ORDERS NOW A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFt SPECIAL WIFE IN NAME ONLY! RECORD WORDS AT THE ALTAR WORLD INFORMED THAT THIS MAN AND THIS WOMAN WERE ONE TILL THEIR LIVES SHOULD END. STRIKING LINES FROM HALL CAINE'S NOVEL AND IT ALL WAS A GHASTLY LIE! SEE THESE SCENES IN PICTURE. THE HE, A WASTREL, TRADED HIS NAME FOR A WIFE AND MONEY TO SPEND ON HIS PARAMOUR SHE, A SWEET INNOCENT SOLD LIKE A SLAVE TO FEED HER FATHER'S LUST FOR POWER. SOLD-TO A MAN SHE'LOATHED! YET SHE WAS GLOWING WITH YOUTH, THIRSTING FOR LOVE AND LIFE. THEN CAME THE MAN, FINER, NOBLER THAN ANY SHE HAD EVER KNOWN. WAS SHE WRONG SEE "THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME." SEE HALL CAINE'S STARTLING ROMANCE OF A WOMAN'S SOUL, The law iorbids the'sale of this book, but you have the oppor- tunity of seeing this remarkable story in photoplay form, which is "better still. PULSING WITH EMOTION; VIVID WITH ACTION; FILLED WITH SENSATIONAL SCENES. "WHEN A WOMAN HAS BEEN FORCED INTO A LOVELESS MAR- RIAGE, AND IT IS CRUSHING THE VERY SOUL OUT OF HER, AND T.HE 'IRON t-AW WILL NOT PER- MIT HER TO ESCAPE FROM IT, WHAT CRIME DOES SHE COM- MIT IF GHE FLEES TO A MAN TO WHOM SHE IS MARRJED IN HER HEART! t "A MARRIE.O .WIDOWI THE WORST CONDITION IN THE WORLD FOR A CIALLY IF SHE IS YOUNG AND ATTRACTIVE, AND SUBJECT TO TEMPTATIONS. i OH, YOU GOOD WOMEN, WHO ARE HAPPY IN THE LOVE THAT GUARDS YOU, SHIELDS YOU, SHELTERS YOU; WRAPS YOU ROUND AND KEEPS YOU PURE AND TRUE TREAD LIGHTLY OVER THE PROSTRATE SOUL OF YOUR SISTER IN HER HOUR OF TRIAL AND FIERCE TEMPTATION. SEIZING HIM BY THE WHITE STOCK AT HIS THROAT, MARTIN THRASHED HIM AS HE WOULD HAVE THRASHED A VICIOUS HIM'WHILE HE FUMED AND FOAMED AND CURSED AND ED HIM WHILE HE CRIED FOR HELP, A.ND THEN YELLED WITH PAIN AND FOR MERCY. THEN HE FLUNG HIM TO THE GROUND BRUISED IN EVERY BONE, O DAYS.... J STARTING TODAY 100 WT I" SPECIAL ORCHESTRA MUSIC THAT PLEASES ;