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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE MAMA VA UDEVULE PHOTOPLAYS WINSWB3. Feb. feature ot tUo cast markets today was al-, most total absence of any offerings otj coarse grains, and consequently the, volume of huilness eilTemelyj light! All grains were In good de- jiiahd. Oils spreads were unchanged belter.'In tha future markets exlremo nervousness wts Tradc was ot a larga character. The oats market displayed an oversold condition at opening and a re- sult prlOM strengthened. Fluctuations rapid'In both deliveries of oats futures -with bulges and breaks tak- iug place. Max' showed strength here ivlth sharp advances .in prices, f Oats lie Higher for May and lower for July; higher for (ind unchanged for July; ,flai jlc'hlKher for Slay and Wo higher for July; rye unchanged forMay, Quotation! T criT July...... Barley- Slav 1141s July Nay July Kye- t..... 160 Cash Prices Oats-- B O.W......01U S C.W. Kntra 1 Feed 1 Feed-----'. 153% 4SS 460 "165'A S ,G.W. Kojected 1 N.W.C. 3 C.W. 2 C.W. 2 Feed f. C.W. ..50G .Alt Z C.W. Track ..137K .480' ..4S6 ..162 HON. MITCHELL Provincial SecretirjV who vlll addrei a. luncheon audience, under Rotarj auspices, on Monday noon at the Y. C. A. Hit isubject -will be the Inter national Labor Conference at Wash ington. -Mr. 'Mitchell ivas the repre o.t the Alberta govcrnmen at the big conference Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. (Domimn Livestock Receipts this morning were 277 cattle and 334 hogs. There was Itllle trading in progress v I widow in .-.order to collect a legacy for a girl 'ells Ktason for Name of Labor Wanted Advaietd Ideas belonging to lieu. Oeul- army, been caplured, according to advices from that city transmitted by the Central Phanvinir News correspondent In I'arls. ranging A Tbe of tuese troopj have been disarmed lu Rou- inanian territory, U U 'added. WINNIPEG, Feb. Canadian I'ercy. former member of Brotherhooil of Rail- way Employees, was again called to he Bland this morning In the trial of he jseVen..accused strike leaders. Jlo relitedtSe reasons for {Changing the name of the labor paper Sri the autumn of 18J8 from "The Voice" to "The Western labor News." He' snU the trades and labor council wanted to, the paper.under their direct co'n-j trol and another rcsson was that1 'The did not como up to tho advanced Ideas of. the council. lie testified as to being a member of. the delegation, along with Uobns, Russell and B.Hoolnsbn, which attended the Quebec labor conference lu Septem. ber, 1918. Crown Counsel A. J. Andrews read a resolution submitted to the Quebec conference by the western delegates calling for the formallon of a Canad- ian labor organization along the lines of industrial instead of craft union- ism. This" resolution, 'witness, .said -.on completion of Mr. Andrew's reading was defeated. Thera has been no definiteiaction MONTREAL PAPER LOSES LIBEL SUIT MONTREAL, Feb. For an error J dia threatens to shatter heFown budding romance with th3 supposedly dead husband's broth- er, ate on in reply, to the peech from the throhe, In the house -ed with the.uncertainty, aa4Tprob ems- of. the.reconstructipn, peVlod, he people are not Interested in the fortunes b'l poUtlchl parties, she de- clared. The debate on: the address l continue for several days. 'LU lie. Red Hiding HooJ" the fourth of the F. Stuart-Whyle pantomimes will'be the offering at tlie Majestic for .wo days commencing next Monday, Feb. 9th. It Will be presented here vri'.i a carefully chosen cast of Eng- lish musical comedy stars and panto- mime artists, together Vith a chorus of those wonderful girls that have always been a feature of the Stuart "Little by a At last real photoplay "classic ha found.Us iray to the screens of th world! ETerj" great quality that theorists o the screen have for years demand? is given 'f-Jll play in "Tlie Western BynjamlnlB. Jlanipton-Grea Authors vivid' plcluriz'alion of Stew art famous uovcl. Thrilling 'anil iroiri first lo last, "The- Westerners Is Mr: Hampton's ready response the public's plea for pictures that -ff at once enthrall and entertain Amei can pictures th will 'replace the all-loo freq.ueut ind ferent, spineless variety. The r.ulhor's fascinating narrati f the plains of'tbe Dakotas and the ;old camps of the Black lent self, readily to screen adaptation, layers of. uncommon, merit, stars In WARSAW, Feb. ove lures by the Russian Soviet goven ment will the-Polis government, "according to a dispatc to M. Tchitcherln, Bolshevik foreign minister .from Stanislaus Patek, Pol- of foreign, affairs, today. 11. Patek's message "The.Polish .government declaration of the g'bVe'rnnient of .Rus- sian Soviet republic dated January 29, 1920. That declaration -will be considered and the answer will be communicated to the Russian Soviet always been a eaure o e Whyto: shows. .Not only will "Ked Riding, presented superior cast 'arid bigger chorus than. and former pantomime Importation but the production itself, scenery, cos tumes and lighting effects, surpasse in every way either Robin son or and tha is saying 'much. Miss Zara Clinton and Mr. John Barrett-Leonard, the two great favo lies of former years, arc fetill with th company, while tha'rolfl, of Little Re Riding Hood will bo' played by Mis __ __ t.J_ i lUlln CnnfnK acknow- wireless government." Allied nations would enter no ob- d wreck and "The Weed" nurses in back to life, fate really slarls ruethiug for, of course, bong falls lovo with her. The story is well-constructed. f.o with Ihrllline episodes and finely hotographeJ and directed. Included the cast are 1-imar Johnston, jWho ad a leading role in "The rank MatQaarrie, who made big t with Nance O'Neil. Golda Maw- on. -.vho played with Kirk Farquhar the production of "Ee! Pie al." as well as Leo Plersou. Jack lacdonald, Jane Keckley other ell-kuovcn screen performers. HIP1 VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY vaudeville ptlrons are going o get many pleaianl surprises at the lest, will present their nnique and .cresting o'ferlng, replete with com- edy, which they call "Talk Versus There is a pretty little lieart interest story and a'lot of eplendld singing in act.r Percy Walliug as the tralllc cop, and Dor- othy Dalil as tho society girl will pro- vide p'leirty of fun. Walker and West, a sprightly chap and a bewitching little soubretle, will present their plfaslni sketch, "After the Their tongs are new. their costumes are elegant, and their dancing proves they are masters the art of terpsichore. AH a Epecisl added photoplay at- traction, Sessue Hayakawa, Ihe won- derfully clever Oriental star, -will be featured in his wonderful drama, "Tho Gray the story of.a Japan- ese artlit who avenged the betrayal of ,'olonhl tbeatre on Monday and Tues day, when the current "Hip" show wll ie ottered, for each of the four sen acts bear the hallmark of quality. Bartino's Slack-Wire Dogs, ono of he cleverest trained animal acts.iu "will occupy headline hon-. ors. Tho dogs are possessed of al- nost human Intelligence, and perform a routine of remarkable feats "on tho slack Barlino, the aa acrobatic' performer of note. A big novelty on the bill will be the appearance of Omega, a queer en tertainer, who with his "Omcgalsms' will supply keen enjoyment. Dalil and Walling, a pair of variety' liis sister and took the consequences to save a woman from gorrow, Comedy galore in he latest Rainbow Girls comedy, "A Tight in'which the girls are dia- playad in great style. Charlie Beresford and his janboyn will offer another great' orchestral oul'the'shbw In fine There will be three performances 2.30, 7 anil 9. neb- own right, have eclipsed all pre- lous achievements in "The West- rners." ilqy Stewart, Mildred Han- ing, Wilfred and Robert Me- Cim, Graham: Pettie, JIary Jane, Irv- ng and Frankie to con ure with. In cinema inesse and Tlrility to a piclure des incd lo bo hailed as one of Ihe fear's >iggest 'successes. W. W. llodkinsou Cco-portttion an- nounces "Tho Westerners" for pre- sentation at the Colonial theatre beginning Wednesday next, linn in the belief that .jeekcfs after the unusua In motion pictures will have their fil In this: tremendous, forceful and ap .quality, drama of real life. BILLIE RHODES. IN COLONIAL Creak Saturday Night Show TONIGHT HAGUE, :Feb. members o[ the Dulch parliament are agitating a movement to intern for- mer Emperor Nyilliam'of Germany..and liberty.' This step Is .urg- ed although the, ratty generally ap When your liver Bets Inactive, your -whole health and suffers. proves tho government's refusal surrender Count Hohenzollern. Speaking in the first chamber Inactive-, your ivnoie "cnitn BUUUI.. ;ranoror bowels become constated your head aches, your tongue 14 coated, y Vnu Kol siigecstcd the siven a dwelling I disiant from Jectlons if Poland regarded the .latest Bolshevik note as; a basis for peace .negotiations witli the Soviet govern- ment, according to a report submitted by Stanislaus Patck, minister of for- eign affairs, to Gen. Pilsudki, chief of staff, .following the minister's return from London and Paris. M. Patek says the allies will wil- lingly giva Poland any necessary di- rections in possible peace negotiators, and reports the ailed ..governments seem'to favorably consider the'Ilus- sian policy 'recently- announced'by Premier Lloyd George. Premier Mille- rand of lYanca is asserted lo be thoroughly in accord with Lloyd George. UaS oast In two Chrtsinws pantoiniiiios o 'the other side; as as 'of tho a Juvenile en- terlaluers of music liall fame. The comedian'this season -mil'be Mr Johnny Osborne, lafejof the Folles Bergere, where he was seen by thous- ands of Canadian on leave in Palis. had, srechs'fioat bo.'oro the lives, you arc bilious, have heartburn, water-brash, pain under the rjBh'-l shoulder, muddy and brown spotted, complexion, cia Help the livei-to resume ils proper! function hy reniuvlng the bile that H: circulating In tho blood ami poisoning the svstcni. 5lfs. B. Bainbridgo, 30 Mapia Avc, Amheret.' N. S., lake pleas- ure In writing you of.tha good 1 re- ceived by using Jrllbufn's Pills for heailaches. I was no bad 1 had Jo go to bed, nnd could not sit up. A friend told mo about your won- Oerful medicine, and two vials have made me as well as.I can Mllhurn's Laxa-Liver Pills are small mid easy to Ukc, do .not gripe, Weaken or sicken do.not leave any bad afjer- effects. a vial at all dealera or mailed-direct on receipt b> The T. 5lllbum Co., Limited, Toronto Marguerite Clark Is Star Of New Paramount-Arlcraft Screen Romance in soinu pixii. WL the German frotiller, vvnere he V.-OUW not be dangerous lo this country. "Would the TJutcli government per- mit Nikolai'Lenine to coine here and live as at ease as' iloes the wood cut- ter of asked. Ho declared Count Hohenzollern was a, great criminal and gald he was re- sponsible for massacres of Armenians. C. P. R. OFFICIALS DISCUSS _ SUMMER TRAWSCHEDUUES WINNIPEG, Feb. of op- crating and passenger devarnments of the Canadian Pacific; Hallway are in session here today to.discuas sum- mer schedules, time tables and other quest'ons affecting the railway. Will Demand Apologies for Statements Published By Them in Toronto Prtss Another Broadway success has been transferred lo. the screen "Widow by which was extrcni ely popular with New York theatre-, goers, is (he latest starring vehicle for Marguerite Clark. Ihe dainty Para- mouiil-Artcraft favorite, .and, will be shown at liie Kmpress Tiiealro next Monday and Tuesday. Originally a play hy Catherine Chis liolm Ciuhlng. the film version is said to furnish Miss Clark with one of the most charming light.-comedies' in which: slip lias yet appeared. She has Ihe role of a young haoli PICTURE Clever Comedy Star Cast as "Th the "The Girl of My a Pretty Play of the Great There's 'a! real 'whiff .of 'the pine clad mountains.. "The Girl oE M) .Ihe five-part comedy-drama starring tbo clever yonng.comediennc, Rhodes, the simple story with Us beautiful setting giving Mils Rhodes one of the best opportunities sho has over had in pictures. Tills production will 'iQ.tho feature of the Monday anu TsicEdny programs at Starland. Tha jiloy.was produced by liie Xa- lioua! Film Corporation o[ America from the slory by Wilber AfflHaieil release. It reveals Mli's Rhodes as tho cliarralng, simple child ot nature, surprised at her bath in a rock-ribbed mountain ponl by one of "them city and photographed. "The as sho is called, knows nothing about photography and is not aware that her charms have been registered for the stranger and his city friends to admire at Uieir leisure. When youns llalpli Long motoring' in the. hills, is; injured in u CONCERT MAJESTIC THEATRE SUNDAY FEB. 8th Concert Under Direction of J, E, Thompson No Children Under 15 SILVER COLLECTION LEFT HIM WITH BRONCHITIS However slight li cold you have you should never neglect U; "you do It can have but ono result. H leaves the throat or lungs, or bolli, affected. Bronchitis is one ot the most com- mon affections of a neglected cold, and neglected bronchitis Ihe most general causo of DrJ Wood's Norway Tine Syrup Is just the remedy you require lo euro tho bronchitis. It docs this by loossn- liig the phlegm and mucous, and slim- lates the weakened bronchial organs allays Irritation and subdues Infliim niallon, soolhcu aiiJ heals the Irrllatcd parts and thus pfevonls its becoming chronic. Mr. R. P. SundWad, Francis, Ssisk. had a very had cold which left ma with bronchitis. I tHed cough remedies and oils of all but they ill Wood's NorwaV Pine Syrup and affe using two bottles I have never had a sign ot bronchitis slnco. I therefore can honestly recommend It for arrf colds." Don't accept a subsUlnlo for Dr. Wotxia. The genuine la put up In a ycilow wrapper; 3 pine- trees the trade mark; price 25c and 50c. Manufactur- ed hy The T. Milbtirn Co., Limited, Toronto, OTTAWA, Feb. hoard of commerce, says a stalcfneiit Issued to- day, has found it necessary'to account for contempl, ns a court of record, two citizens of Toronto. The difficulty arose over statements alleg- ed to have been made hy Mr. H. Mac- Donald, secretary, Toronto Canadian Manufacturers' to the Toronto Telegram, and by Itob- ert Dowson, grocer, Toronto, to the. Toronto (llobe. In a telegram to'the loanl, Mr. MacDonald denies ho madu he statement reporled in the Telo-j jratn. Mr. Dowson rcplloJ: "With- Iraw and regret." Kelcrrlng lo MncDonald nnd Dow- son, the board of commerce- slatenicnt continues: "One having entirely repudiated his alleged utterances stands for tho pres- ent exonerated, but the board may 'de- cide to Institute (uvthcr inquiries ot Toronto. Tho other has withdrawn and regretted his u Iterances, but In such laconic form that he will be re- quired to altcnd before Ihe board when it next sits In Hamilton, whcro the utterances wore mado and thcro express In open court a more, fitting The board further nnnouncea that hereafter cases of a similar character wilt 'sot be leniently considered by It, DISCOUNT CANADIAN BELLINHAM, Wash., K8h, banks announced today that beginning Mondny'Canartlan stiver would be sub- MISS ZARA. CLINTON LAST TIMES TONIGHT J. STUART BLACKTON Master Producer, Presents ROBERT GORDON SYLVIA "BREAMER "The Moonshine Trail" A Irnly wonderful and beauti- ful production In six big reels. We have no hesitation i" rcconi- mciidius this show ns one of tho best we liavo ever shown. HAROLD LLOYD "MOVE ON" OF TOE DAY" MONDAY AND TUESDAY WINSOME BILLIE RHODES MOnnEiy unniinian Binui jcct to tho sarao r.ito lit discount as 'A popular favorite witj hethbridgo I Canadian currency anil cLeciiica, 20 who will Appear at ths1 per cent. It Is estimated that two- Majestic on Monday and Tuesday with Ihlrds of tho silver to circulation In F. Slnart-WlLyle's production" Litllo Jlollinehaiu is tSBaalan. Kcd HidhiE "THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS" HARRY CAREY In His Latest and Efcst "THE RIDER OF THE LAW" JIM CORBETT In tho Second Episode of the new serial "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" "PICKLES, ART AND SAUER- KRAUT" A Riotously Funny Vitagraph Comedy Orchestra 35c and 10c MONDAY TUES. ['HIP'! A CORKING FINE 6HOW BARTINO'S SLACK" WIRE DOGS I Cleverest Conine Act in. A'audeville TAHL and WALLING In "Talk versus Comedy" PPRESC THEATRE MON.ANDTUES. OMEGA in "Omegwsms" Who is Ho? WALKER and WEST In "After tlio Dance" Addtd Photoplay Feature Special SESSUE HAYAKAWA Tlio Screen's Greatest Oriental Actor, in "THE GRAY HORIZON" "THE RAINBOW SEASHORE GIRLS In "A TIGHT FIX" Charlie Berclforif and ,HIi Jazzboys. 3 Shows Dally, 2.30, 7 and 9 p.m. Pricevr-. Adults 50c 25c Slio'uid a jady pretend'she's a widow Wli en 'she's really1 a: bachelor niuid? And announce she's the daughter of millions, While shes worried ullh bills to be Have yon heard of tills "Widow .by Prox> This sublime little slip of a girl, vision In black, took .a brodle, nd sef every heart-'In' a: It's Margaerite Clark; and de- 'ceUing Made her more "wid- wife irorth It? not the You'll he sura of Ihe time of your life. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Hall Cairo's Matterpiece "THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME" OTHER ATTRACTIONS 2-ReeI Sunshine Conwdy Brijgl' Cartoon1 and Magazine. MAJESTIC THEATRE FEBRUARY 9th AND 10th EDMONTON SAYS IT'S GREAT! "The (incst musical spectacle ever brought to Canada. English Brilliant F.STWARTWKYTtJ HANNUAL! WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED 1 ENGLISH COMPANY UK! SEATS NOW AT ARMSTRONG AND ;