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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KKBKUAttTt 10, 1TO" THE HBHUKiB UAU.Y 11KKALU PAUK KIVB DRAMA VA UDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG: J'eti. to wn- short covering (Uo future markets .teller to- day. especially in oais barley. There WBS little change in cash market Monday, the only feature continues to Da the small offeriags uf all coarse graius. Oats closed h'glisr tor May, with July up. Barley closed I'.ic lovrar for May, July Ic higher. Flax was clown tor May, and July Ic' lip. Hyo closed higher Sir Stay. Quotations 0-VTS Once. Close. May SSSj 90 July 84% SCVs July Fl May HO 482 156 oo 9D .145U >lay 155 Calh Prices OATS- NO: 2 C.W... SI'A No. 3 C.W... No! I Feed.. SSVi No. a Feed.. Tract; No. 3 No. 4 Hcjecteil___121% Track 1 N.W.C...................t-02 No. 2 C.W.. .176 No. 3 C.W...442 RYE- NO. 2 Cslgary Livestock CALGMIY, were onlv 361 cattle and-no hogs unloaded at tho stockyards today. 1'rlccs hold well i J to yesterday's standard Heavy steers nmdd lieavj cave, 59.50 to 59.'15, with gooil butcher coWs, fS.OO to A few-bogs left.over from yester- day at ?20.0i) ott car weights. r Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Feb. this morning 295 cattle end 238 hoga THcre was little improvement In tho market this morning over that or yesterday, anil bidding was slow foi the light supply of cattle on sale Good Quality butcher steers "passei over jhe scales "at. while a. few good feeder sleers were taken up a 9 cents. Hog market was unsteady and bidding opened at ?1S.50 for sel ects, fed and watered, a decline of 50i over yesterday's close. New York Clase NEW YORK, Feb. sales: C.P.R., U- S. Steel, 97 U. S. Steel preferred, STFlATFOnb, Ont, Fob. 'homas of L-lstovrcl, "Is" dead'at the louse of Refuge, in. bis. 102n'd year. Born In Kent, England, lie was brought o Canada babyl. A. HELLYER, M.P.P. TJ.F.O. member for Kast Wellington. DIES AT 102. fond, a half-breed Indian, against Jim Buckley, scout, who caused Lafond to bo driven from a wugou train for m- suiting one of tho white women. fond rises to power ia the hills, uiur- dera tho white woman, kidnaps her daughter.aud raises the child as his i oivn daughter, later using the girl as part o! bis scheme of ruvtiose against BucWey. Lafond plans to trap Buckley to his ruin and to force the girl, Molly, hue thQ life of a dunce hall Here .he finds Buckley, now a lead- ing citizen of the settlement. The- for- mer scout has no recollection of the aud the latter lays his plans to ruin iluchley without tfolly, the only -.vcniaii In the camp, enjoys tho adoration of the male uopu lation. Among them U, Cheyenne Harry, a reekness young miner, becomes her chief suitor. Meanwhile Uafond has succeeded. In his scheiuo to disgrace liuckley in '.he eyes o[ his sjjow men. lie is force-1 :o fight his ay out of -tne settlement. I.ufond, nowcver, Is recognized before leaving camp In pursuit of Iluekley. How fond's plans are frustrated aud Mollj- saved by the luan she loves while j the half-breed meets his just deserts in a plunge down a sleep embankment In a buckboard, brings a smashing cll- LILA LEE LITTLE GIRL OF-THE WILDS IN NEW PHOTOPLAY in plenty in tho eplendld appreciation of their efforts ffom the lareo aud- nets which turned out to greet them. "Litilo lied liidins Hood" will be presented at the Majesticf.toutght for the last time. "HIP" VAgDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT Clean, wholesome f.un is provided in ig chunks on the ''Hip" vaudeville ahow irblch will play the Colonial thea- tre for Xhe last times tonight. Wnlker West, a talented young fellow and a pretty start tun with their pleasing singing the and dancing specialty, entitled, "After the Their songs are clever and well 'sung, their costumes are right up to-the mark, and they put their act over wilU lots of pep. Omega, a clover monologist, iu sec- ond place, offers a fine presentation of dialect stories, songs, and, as he max to an enthralling narrative. In her latest Paramount picture, Daughter of the Lie comes o the Slarland tomorrow in 'the role of a little moth cries s' child, of the North, whose father is a Jiir smuggler: Her life has been' spent in the vast wildernesses'of' the far north and she lias never been to the city !n which her father, known Wolf jonmeys every spring with his furs. Tills time, how- ever, .she prevails upoii; him to take her with him. Arriving In the city, accompanied oy her father arid his smuggling gang p.f amous ..which is who is jealous of her she meets and falls in love Robert Draly, who has Just.been disappointed in the love-of another woman. They are separated, however, by the hand of fate, and Wolf, to avoid revenue offi- cers, to his. shack in the takihg> Delight, bis daughter, with hinf.. One year later, Drnly goes in search of the little girl, whom he realizes he loves. At a camp a short distance from Walt's Roe and Draly meet. Roe is jealous of Draly and besider, suspects him of being a rev- enoorl''" Under .the guise-of friend- ship, be leads him out in the ness and injures-him in a fight. Da- light finds Draly and takes him to her cabin. Wolf and Iloe are about to kill him when the arrive and Wolf is killed and. ail the smug- glers captured.' "Little Red Riding Hood" is Onfc' of Best of Stuart-Whyt'c's Productions tONDON, (Canadian There is no confirmation of the rumor that Sir Auckland Gcddes, president of the board of trade, is re- tiring, ullhoiish political prophets freely assert it, Many o! them are sarcastic of his record, but the Observer's perllamen- tary correspondent gaya his departure will be Canada's gain and Britain's loss. He grappled like a giant with ilepartmenlal work and no man has of hilarious approval, HAPPY COMEDY IN RHODES PLAY There- is arid execution about the. now Billie Rhodes pictorial offering, "The Girl of My which is being shown tonight'at. Starland. Happily for Miss .Rhodes is first of all a- there is a strong comedy vein to thei u kind of clean-cut, open-faced corned} that well. suits iilllle Rhodes thoroughly Tho Rhodes comedy -is of the subtle sort, devoid' of obvious de vices to raise a laugh, yet always sure been more' unfairly attacked, says the correspondent. The same correspondent .snggcsLs, tfbvlbusly with every kind that'Premler Lloyd George ahould lake months that he could think everything but afresh.. "lie would leave a bed of thorns to any possible says the writ- er in the Observer. "There is little donbt that If ader six months' he re- turned like a giant refreshed, he would bo arbiter of parties." BELFAST AUTO DRIVERS CALL OFF THEIR STRIKE DEL-FAST, Feb. 9. drivers who recently struck as a pro- test against the older that they ob- tain government permits before oper- ating their machines, have callrai off their etrike and are returning to This movement was general throughout Ireland outside of The men, however, will refuse, lo lako out permits, asserting tho authorities have Insisted upon this formality iu order that the polico might interiore with the drivers. ThB play is from a story by Wil ur Nesbit, The photography am Ireclion are alike'admirable.' The story is replete llv lamor of mountain life, the Inno cut pleasures of mountaineers, and I deals especially with.the.carefree ixis'tciice ;of "The. Weed.' 'a beanti- ul girl grown up airlid the crags to -oung womanhood. Of course, the culmination ia a lappy ending to the mountain maid's -ornanlic. love affair, nnd the details of this romance make one of the ijret. lest pictures screened for some time. If the motto of the Stuart-Whylo company is to EJO one better each time, they certainly succeeded with tho splendid performance put on at 10 Majestic, on Monday night, with Little Red Riding Hooil." It was most Mellent, even if the double superla- Ive has to be used, for It fully de- iCribes the performance as a whole iiid one and all of a beautifully bnl- nced company. Youth, beauty, talent Liid voices blended into one harnwn- ous whole, and the result was a rich east-'of enjoyment which the moat rilical would be hard put to iiud ault with. The color scheme was inag-- lificent, -the lone throughout was de- pleasing; it was a choice assortment of viands with a swing and a vim that gave the requisite, and, it might truly be said, an ex- quisite touch to an entertainment that was a Joy to witness. "Red Riding Hood" was, taking it al together, a melody, eveu. though the ia applied lo a pantomime, sot off by a medley of fun In which the London coster impersonation was beautifully rich in Us true to life character. The juvenile taleut was above the ordinary, and dainty little "Rett Riding Hood" won all hearts in her wonderfully naive' acting of the role. Miss Kara Clinton has lost none of- her charm, and proved to he the very warm favorite she has been from the first lime sue played before a Lethbrldge audience. The was furnished by Messrs. Barrett-Len- nnrd and Johnny and for the rest, without indulging in any dividual selection, it may well and truly be said they were a real treat. The piece as a whole was well ar- ranged, aud scenes such as "Corridors in The Palace, of etc., caught and held tho fancy. A company of this description, in n-hicli no pains have been spared to give their patrons of the best, fully deserved tho capa- cious house beforo they played. Mr, Slnarl-Wliyte's company are .fully entitled to the best that can be salt! of them, nnd with n performance of he kind they pnl lip thoy can be al- vays assured of .1 hearty welcome whenever they visit the city, if con- gratulations are needed they bad them calls them, "Oniesaisms." He has tbc knack of thoroughly entertaining his audience in bright style, and scores a hit. and Walling.'a pair of nifty entertainers, present their unique com- edy offering entitled. "Talk Versus tlomedy." The act is brimful of new and Is a bright spot on Iht bill. i Unfortunately, Mr. Barttno, tho trainer of the Bariir.o's Slack Win. Dogs, was very sick yesterday, and was unable to appear last night. Ik is somewhat better today, aud it i. hoped ho will be well enough to til in the bill tonight. MARGUERITE CLARK ARTIES Dons Sombre Blaelf. 'irl Photoplay, "Widow j by Prixy." Mnrguorilo ClnrK fn widow's weeds! This is ratlier startling, In vlow of tho fact thai the pspera wore recently full of iho news of licr marriage to Lieu tenant II. P. Wllllnms. Uu'f dicer up! Jl's oiilj' In her latiSst I'sramount-Art craft picture, "Willow by play Ing at the Theatre today atii tomorrow, tlmt slio wears Iho sombre KtmnonU. In the picture she isn't rcnlly n widow, but Sust maaquor tlmt title to help n prom and inodesl girl clnini, whose hnshani is reported missing In Prance, -to sc euro a legacy. Lots of Jolly compllca lloria ensue, and It taken all tho chnvn and quick witledtiess of dainty Mis Clark lo straighten matters out. Nlgo llarrio heads a. capable supporting company. THE WESTERNERS" VIRILE ROMANCE OF BLACK HILLS J. M. LEESON, M.P.P. member for South Orey. "Tho which will the feature ntlraclion al the Colonial; on Wednesday and Thursilny !of Mils'. week, Is a plctnriration of Stewart, Edward While's famous n'ovcl of the'1 sumo narac, produced by Hcnjamln Hampton for Great Authors Inc., antl cnat-tcd by such enilncnt i screen arilsts as Hoy Stewart, Mildred Manning, lioljert McKim, Wilfred l.u- cap. Graham peltie and Mary .lane Irv- ing. The siory ia lairt in Iho Illack iHlle in (he ilays of tho gold rush and Iclls hi an absorbing manner of the rovcneo (if Jliclwel TONIGHT Commence 9115 WESLEY CHURCH RUSH SEATS Adults 60s Children 25c Doors Open at Children 50c Tickets from Choir Members Doors Oncn at EMPRESS TODAY ft TOMORROW AOOLPH ZIJKOR Presents MARGUERITE CLARKE IN Widow By Proxy" A Paramount-Artcraft ASHAMED TO LOOK HER- SELF IN THE FACE! .Witli that other heartless creat- ure grinning right back Uirough veil of solemn black! But1 what coulil you expect from in "actress Not piuch, opined tlie SpihEter Sist- era Pentjington, who bad gono io seed in their tamily tree. So BachelorMaid Gloria dab- Ijed her eyes tor a "dead hus- band" never lived, and ,fooled tlic old souls shamefully. She also fooled liini, who "simply detested atirt' that was serious! See Marguerite Clark ow by So lunny, you'll laugh till you. cry; IMLEE Itie faugiiier of the W ALSO "FOX1 NEWS" "PATHE WEEKLY" AND FIRST-CLASS COMEDY An exceptionally fipn picture pro- laushter, and with tho Colonial Select sniiu is bclnj otffreU In caujuuciinn' Orchestra, under C'harilo Boresford'a with thp vaudeville. Sessue Huya- leadership, presenting sumo lino OP kawa, the uouhlo Jtipanese a-jropn Ltar, 13 seen iu his flno dramatic photo- play, "Tin' Gray Horizon." The Raiu- chestral sclecUuns. the whole thow thoroughly enjoyable. "The Stewart Edward bow Girls in their latest sunshine com- j White's famous story, comes to tha cdy. "A Tight provoke roars ol j Colonial on Wednesday. TONIGHT at 8.3O LETHBRIDGE IT'S GREAT WITH MISS ZARA CLINTON AND AN IMPORTED ENGLISH COMPANY Prices and 52.00 SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE Mr. Mrs. Sidney Drew IN "ONCE AMASqN" A liollicking Acts BURTON HOLMES "IN AND AROUND LONDON" LATEST FORD MONTHLY The Brightest Show in the City Prices only Z5c; Children 10c Last Times TONIGHT (Tues.) irterauE BARTINO'S SLACK WIRE DOGS DAHL AND WALLING OMEGA WALKER AND WEST SESSUE HA.YAKAWA IN "THE GRAY ft OTHER ATTRACTIONS. WED., THURSDAY FRIDAY "SPECTACULAR AND THE WESTERNERS.- THE BIG, VIRILE STORY OF THE DAYS WHEN REAL MEN FOUGHT HARD AND LOVED. The-Photoplay of the Famous Novel of the same name by STEWART EDWARD WHITE HAROLD LLOYD. "HIS ONLY FATHER" A SCREAM at qun or bam FATTY ARBUCKLE -IN- "FATTY AND THE BATHING GIRLS AND Extra! Extra! THE FIRST AUTHENTIC PICTURES OF GERMAN SUBMARINES SINKING MERCHANT VESSELS pictures-were taken hy Ilic Oerman pubinarlne com- manders as corroborative evi- dence of their .work. They arc 'tho first pictures of the kind over shown in the city. THE BIGGEST SHOW IN THE CITY AT Adults 25c Children 10o NotsMe and Production, Headed by fhc Canadian Actor, WILFRED LUCAS MILLIONS HAVE READ THE ARE SEEING THE PLAY In jrufK-e trj we urge you not lo.inls.9, THE No fiucr picture of liattcil. and ever scvccneil. "THE still further ndtl Ui tho ColnntM'a reputation pi- The Screen's Greatest Pictures. M.Kincc Daily at Nights at 7 and 9 Sharp 50c SUPERB ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPAN- IKENT m COLONIAL SOLOISTS 4 "Chu-Chin-Chaw" Overture Overture, Etc, Ulrection Charles ;