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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1920 THE LETHBRJO0E DAILX HERALD QR AM A VAUDE VILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS WINNIPEG, PrlMS on oats futures !n the .Winnipeg market re oorited further wnsitional declines today with heavy liquidation throuih- out almost the entire session. The femlure of the caeU inarketi continues (o be llibt ot- ferUvs of all couw grains wltk con- sequeut volume of businew. Spreads 'oii cats yrtr'd 1C Better; No. 3 closed unchanged, the premium- remaining at 23c over the May. No. 4 a htll-cent tel- ler, being quoted at seven cents under Flax and rye unchanged. closed, I He lower tar' May, July ISc down, barjey 3c lower for and July down; flax closed no down for Mar and July, Jy, :Rye closad'SU'c lowe-7 for May. .i.Quotations Open. Closi Jlay SSI: July Sife S4K May U3 Jiily.................. 138 4S6- .'4S3U July 460 455 Jlay 162 Cash Prices OAT3-- .Xo, a 91 No. 3 C.W..._ SSVi Jiitra No. 1 Peed S814 No. 1 84% No. 2 Feed.. .S2% Track S8V4 Xo. 3 No. 4 C.W.. .134% Food........123S Xo. 1 N.W.C...................503'i Xo. 2 No. 3 C.W...44314 Track '..'.......................485% Xo. 3 Q.W. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Feb. Livestock than 200 head ot cattle were on the market and no hogs today at the stockyards. Prices held with last week. Good but- cher and com nion butchers to HeaTy tb ordinary butchers to common butchers to heifers, 18.60 to J10.36; good real calves to No hogs were on Bale, i Wlrmlptj Livestock WINNIPEG, 'Feb. livestock over week-end 414 cattle, .729 hogs and 1 sheep. Market.irks extremely, -weak and dull and grades of stock draggy nt lower prices. Most grades of but cher cattle showed a'decline of EOc civL; feeder, steers ranged 50e to 75 lower. There were not enough shee; and lambs to, constitute a market. Hogs sgain were unsteady, biddin opened .at No sales had bee mads up till noon. Exchange Rites SEW YORK, Feb. .ex change improved a little this mornln but there was little activity reported Sterling demand opened.at an to 3-4; sterling cables wer Out Thai Heav- iest Baitkm Now With Reconstruction PARIS, of the general European financial silua tion as reflected iu re- sulted in tha adoption'. Saturday by the supreme ewopmle "co'uncil a resolution' adrocattng a -conference ot conHH9teut ministers of- finance, in eluding Great Britain, Italy and'Bel to' consider' relief.'. Wnancial writers derote little space to aspects'of the sit nit ion that {'fared In; earlier discus- sions, but iccognizo that udoplioa o heavy tozatliMi, economy am reduction dClttiports b'y Prance mus bo awaitei! the sevsral r.oii yentloual of. bettering. thulp industries ami millions of. ga ons oro being annually burned in th 'orm oC mill Tvnsto or poured fnl rivers In Iho form o( sulphite llquo ioin the pulp mills. Headaches affect all ages and both scutes alike, but In all cases the treat- ment should be directed lo remove the cause, for wllh tho cause removed tli-j headaches Tunish for all time. What Is necessary for a permanent (Hire Is something that will go right to" the-seal of the trouble. For this 'purpose It Is impossible to find n better remedy for headaches of all description' (hen Burdock IMood Bit (era, AC Ling as It. docVor. dvcry organ of tie body to strengthen, purify and regulate tho whole nyslem. Mrs. flora Hall Dominion, N. S.. have been troubled with Rick headaches for the last feu years I had Itut faith In all remedies until recently a friend ot mine advised tno to try Burdock Blood Bitters. This I did, and .found relief h a very shor tfrfin. I would now recommend B. B. B to anyone who IB suffering as I did. enly took S bottles, and an never troubled wjth s-'ck headaches more." B. B. has been on Ihf market fo: over 40 years. Manufactured only by The Colonial orchestra, will furnish nother fine orchestral concert. AINTY.BILLI.E A CHILD OF'NATURE :Llttle Billfo liliodes.-rcferrjed lo "bj eyor-Johnson in his' "Nation Pic- ure People" as "the cultest ftttle bug n the makes' herself cspe tally fascinating..In offering. "The ilrl of DreamR" at Etarland lo- Ight and produced ,by Ibe Vatlonal Film Corporation for Affili ted release from a clever slory by Vilbur NesBi't. Miss Rliodes has a haby tare that would convince tlie .most ceptical of. 5ier ulter ingenuousness nd this blissful innocence oi hera omes in bandy essays the ole of "The Miss Billle is portrayed as the Innbcen: poung child or nature, paddling abou1 n secluded mountain pools with onl> icr long hair for a shield and giving no thought whatever to tbo possible proximity of prying eyes. The koynote of.'The Girt ot niy Jreams" is happy comedy, for Miss Rhodes is at heV best in Iho comedy vein, and the proudest boast of her myriad admirers is that 'Mtss Rhodes' comedy is really and truly funny slutf, wilhout a traca of vulgarity. In this, new picture Little BMKc has used her Invariably good Judgment about the high snots, and Ihc. result is a, thoroughly, acceptable product. One of thcgrnost interesting' reels over shown-in tbii city Is being ex lilblted at Starland today, tomorrow and Slarland. These pictures were taken by. German com manners as authentic proof of thei work in sinking merchant vessels on the high Ecas. No such film has avc been shown in bcforo and tb management of starlaiul. is to he-con gratulated In securing (ho film. Tb TONIdHT-TOMORROW The photograph of a 'pretty g1rlr a la "September Morn" provides one of dramatic high lights-of "leGirl Offfiy 3 DAYS WED. (this THE BIG, VIRILE STOKV OF THE DAYS WHEN REAL MEN FOUGHT AND LOVED OIM W TRUE WEfc UMRT THIS" GIRL OF THE VESt A STIRRING PHOTOPLAY OF THE FAMOUS' NOVEL BY STEWART EDWARD WHITE' With a Notable Cast and Production. Headed by the Diilinguithrd Canadian Actor, WILFRED LUCAS. MILLIONS HAVE READ THE 1 ARE SEEING THE PLAY In Justice to yourself, we urge you not to miss "THE WESTERNERS." No finer picture of Love, Romance, Hatred, Treachery, and Rttribu- tlon'hu ever beein screened. "THE WESTERNERS" will still "further add to the Colonial's reputation of presenting THE SCHEEN'S GREATEST PICTURES. WIDOW, BY PROXY TYRONE POWER WILL PLAY "LITTLE BROTHER" ON FORTHCOMING TOUR Bccauso they received only a bonus, whllo IliC patrolmen got ?-00, [ho chief and four sergeants on the Nulley, N.J., police forcto returned tho money. 5EVEN STABS HAKE "THE WESTERNERS" SCREEN CLASSIC Cut AMembled lor Stewart Edward Production Sett Cinema Record; Wilfred lucas, Roy Stewart, Robert McKIni, Oraham Pottle, Mary Jane Irving, Those arb fiin e.ii stars with a support- ing cast of character talent In motion pictures, who make ths char- acters of Stewart Edward Wbfta's novel, In a It is announced by Trans-Canada Theatres, Ltd., that during the course of his forthcoming transcontinental tour in "The Servant in the Charles llanu Kennedy's famous morality piny, Mrj Tyrone Power, plays the Oratnman in that drama, will also. be. scon in "The by Milton Goldsmith and Benedict Jamas. This is the powerful story oC the? conflict in religions between a priest of the church and n Kabbl of the. Jewish fallh, which lifts its incep- tion hi Ktissin ami which ends in :i Iruco of souls In New York., When Mr. Power first produced it two yeard ngb, his iiortrnyal of Ihc "LIUlo ti fiinatio ot the Crock church faith, waa so vivid nnd so impressive as to create a sensation paralleling that which' lie made as The Drainmnii. H is not yet decided which cities seo "Tho TJttlo butt there-Is a likelihood of tho first per- formance given In Toronto and olhora on the return froTii Ibc >Vcst. In this tilay there will appear n young nnd rising actress who will be welcomed by many who tuiew and admired her distinguished father. Mies Hntd Holland comes ft' notable acting stock, for the late K. M. Hol- land was in his day oim of tho most illustrious figures upon the Kngllsli- speaklng stage. Mils Holland pox- sceses natural histrionic gifts of a high order, and bids fair to win some thing of her famous larJty. falbcr's popu "LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD' MAJESTIC TONIGHT ____ "Little Red Riding P. theatre, beglnntlfc Wednesday Stuart-Whyle's fourth annual panto this week. mime which cornea to the Majestic to Manning, vho endeared her- night for two engagements, Is Ihc film as paces of the book, Tbe big Hodktofon feature corns; to the Co- The, T. Mllbiirn to the world us star of tho "0. largest and most elaborate production v Henry" storlfs, and (hen bec.ima n yet staged by tlic.if-iagcmcnl whoso SUPPOSE! Suppose a girl bad reasons to she was the of. a dear friend's husband. SupDOso she fell hcels-over-liend in love, Suppose that. although' she wa "dying" for (he mar, of her lienrl tu' pro- pose, every mention of her "u-iclou'iioo'.l" compeilctl her In weep for lliu "iatc flcpartcd." Suppose n otlier terrible tangles, ami Ibcii suppose yo'i could scp dniuly Jlargueiiio Cliirk in corking ficrseii comi cdy-ilraria, us (his widow .whj wasn't. i YouM conic, wouldn't you? bst! An Affiliated'Release Starring The Matinee Daily at 2.30 'Nights at 7.00 and 9.03. Sharp 50c Children 25c Superb Orchestral Aecompaniment by Colonial Select .Six Soloists. Featuring "CrtU-CHIN-CHOW" Overture; "MIKADO" o'verture, Etc. Direction Charies Beresfprd. The Happy Billle of Screen Comedy ADDED 'ATTRACTIONS Mr. Mrs. Sidney Drew "ONCE A MASON" Rollicking Ctmtily BURTON HCLME'S TRAVEL PICTURE "In and Around London" Don't Overlook Our Splendid Music, it's Different! EMPRESS TODAY TOMORROW Prices: Adulti 25c, Children 10c COLONIAL TODAY and TUES. IMIOHIllf A CORKING FINE SHOW BARTINO'S SLAtK- WIRE DOGS Cleverest Canine Act in VauUovillo DAHL and WALLING In "Talk versus Comedy'1 QTARLANP) I All CjanintMd. "1 5oC 1 TONIGHT, Exclusive Pictures OF i German Submarines Sinking Merchant Vessels These pictures were mads by German submarine commanders as concrete evidence of their work on the high SCRS. Nothing like them has ever been shown in Lethbridge. This one reel is.worth the price of alone. See ill EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! THESE ARE THE FIRST AUTHENTIC PICTURES OF PIRACY EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY D MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT AT TUESDAY CALGARY SAYS IT'S GREAT! "F. Supreme Triumphl" "Rsd Riding Hood'' !l the .Show of Shows." OMEGA in "Omegaiims" !s He? WALKER and WEST Jn ''After Ihc Dance" Added Photoplay Feature Special SESSUE HAYAKAWA The Screen's Greatest Oriental Aelor, hi "THE GRAY HORIZON" THE RAINBOW SEASHORE OIRLS In "A TIGHT FIX" Charlie Beretford and His 3 Showa Daily, 2.30, 7 9 Adults 60c Children 25c WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY Prices S1.SI ud SEATS NOW SELLING AND ;