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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBRllXiB DftiLV PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE DRAMA PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS >VINNIPEO, Feb. Iraki markets continued to chow a very strong undertone today and prices were somewhat higher, with fiir accompanied by lifht offer'tags. were in good demand with, Spreads reported unchanged eicept which w.ere blither. clo'r.ed lie up tor both barley higher I3r 'May, and July >4c up'.' p Flax closed STio and 2'Ac up for Mar and July, respectively. Hye closed up. -.Quotations hots. With -the 'receipts-being ex- tremely light -practically oothinc doing oo the market this morn- ing and OB the tew head that parted oter the were erally steady at The ho; market was unchanged, w Ith wicctir and watered, Cham- ing "cents, No airiKe on U.S. Roads WASHINGTON, May July Opeii. 92% 153 U7 Clwe. 152 V May...... i July Jlay Prices OATS- NO.'2 No.'l Feed.. .Track NS 3 C.W...nati 'Rejected....135 >i No. :1 N.W.C.'----- No. 500 474 No. 3 C.W.. No. 2 Feed. 9314 93 51 No.'l CAV...H38 Track 521% New York NEW YOHK, Feb. ,'14. Closing sales: C.H.R., S. Steel, 39; U. S. Steel prcferreU, 111. Sterling Exchange NEW YORK, Feb. ex- hibited a Etrorie tendency at the open- ing of the market today. 'Demand was quoted at and cables at It, broke violently in late dealings, however, with lieavy olfer- ings for'bills. At'l. o'clock demand, -wits' J3.39H and cables The movement of sterling did not appear 10 'have much" effect on of C-aiiadian moiiey hero, tHe discount being" steady at 13ii-to 1314.-. Winnipeg Livestock VHMXIPEG, Feb. Livestock 'today consisted of. only. 25 cattle and 108 tlvx afTMd to oraHly the .nwcmineiMittoM of hold thtlr onrily, It wail anrwmtri today. WlUwn infontMd men of hit InUnUon to appoint s txpirtt to.flo thoroughly into On this bads Uw union agreed further for lnd vtntlon of their general Mtnmlttee- men. to be held in Wnhington, February 2J. v_ The union reply-to the propoeal to the eontnveray In manner did not end the qutttlon finally. They', ft clear, that they dealred word from who are in touch with their mimber-, in'mklst of Ihe fun. fany beautiful biathlng girls are In the east including Harriet Hammond. BILLY OSWALD COMING On Saturday nitat, Feb. 21st Billy Oswald, the inimitable Scott, will play return engagement at tbe Majestic ;beafre of one'Bight, in hfs newest comedy willi iriusic, "The Gposs "IJke "I Love a this comedj Is over flowinE'wIUi laUghs and tune ful song numbers and in it "Billy" is said to have a'.cha'racter that fits him like a gloVe. Mr. Oewald, has the same excellent iompany-whlch him hero during his'last engagement inember can be counted up- to do credit-to the roles allotted them, The comedy is in two acts, both fsfc ing'place in a Public Square In Lon dooderry and'while tho musical score j has'many of .the latest song hits tp brighten ujp the'music ttfcrc are many ct tlie old tlme'lrlsh aud Scotch mel- odies to remind "ohe of tub Old Coun- try..' 'i ne iuliowtng .is the .caste of char- acters Terrance 'O'Hera, Sherrold Paige, Patric FlyhV {Jeorge Norman, Peggy Salmon, Nora O'Dea. Phylis Hnghes, Ditrvan Harrl- gau, Sam "The Goose led and her life be rendered uu-i i The very good young nian is de-> ermined to win" her at all costs. I The way he accomplished his pose doubtless will afford everyone _ genuine treat. The picture was di- rected by Donald' Crisp. Tho adaplatlou was made by Wal- ter Woods from the- three-act play by Marttu. Brown. C. Schoen- >aum was the photographer, and the cait Includes 11 dene Chadwlck, Julia i'aye Sylvia -Ashton, Jane Wolf, Helen Eddy, John Burton. Anna Q. Mhson, Mayme Kelso and Jack Start. 'THE WINNING GIRL" A THRILLING PHOTOPLAY Shirtey Mason's new Paramount photoplay. The Winning based upon Qeorge story of "Jem of th3 Old Starlaud tonight. Is a thrilling picture. The heroine is a girl who while working in a goTernmenl factory, frustrates Hun spy ploti la a novel manner. Wieu the armistice is signed, love comes to her lu a captirating way; Miles opposite to Miss Mason, the evenly balanced pirlormance. v _ ALWAYS WARM AND COSY WATCH FOR "8UEEN OF THE i 3EA." Beatrice Carmen 'and Sandy, Blliy Oswald.' ANNETTE KELLERMAN IN "QUEEN OF THE SEA" AT COLONIAL NEXT WED-THURS, liayo Burfereil from con- stipation for years, t'riuil doctors and nil Ihe remedies you ever hearil of, withoul getting if you Jis've been sulijoct to all the miseries uss'nciatcd with constipation, such as hick, and bilious headaches, .bllious- nc.-s, specks floating! before the eyes; brash, hcavthjirn, iauridicb and Ilio painful, troublesome, internal, lileeding or prptnidliiE .etc., f.vouldn't'you conoldcr It a blessing to he able to the bowols in a good healthy condition aud previ.'Jit dis- ease getting a footliold on, your sys- tem. Jlllbum 's Lasa-Liver Pills are in- rllcatcd just for''Ibis'purpose; their regular use the" worst cases of constipation. Mrs. Malcolm WcDermid, Cranton Citation, N. S., have been sick for a number of years with sick constipation. I tried kincis ot doctor's medicine, but did me any good. I tried Mil- burn's l-axn-Uver Pills, and after us- ing four 1 am completely, cured and would henrllly recommend them to nil sufferers." Mllbunrs Laxa-Uver Pills arc 2oc a vial at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mil turn Co., Limited, Toronto, A-lvertisement. WINNIPEG, Feb1. Canadian rerdict will 'likely bo reachedithis the trjal ol F. J: pixon, charged wllb.. sedition Dbc'on address, to the jury this morning, and Mr. Justice Gait will deliver his charge to the jury afternoon.. In resuming his address today Mr Dixon endeavored to show that 'the strike itself was called lawfully, hav ing as Its object collectlve'bargainiES and that in the evidence submitted by the crown counsel during the 15 days that it built up Its case "against him contained no specjtic instance ir which he''had'been actually connect cd with Ho "I want to suggest that the men on strike all it was for collectiv bargaining. When Ulnmonberg brongh ip the'soviet .at a-rheetlng, tho me here would have nothing to do. wit t. Those men were union men. An again, when soyie the returned soldiers refused lo bav anything to it. Tbey did no want tho sovlcH-they were1 after co Icctive bargaining." Referring W the documents su milled, Mr, Dixon said: "They w proclaim my Innocence. My narno ap- pears only once. these men mentioned in the documents were at- tempting the .Calgary con- ference with it 1 were ajl'ed and. bil IBM a re Different" and bility to pleasa "Juat Two Girls They are both good vocalisls heir harmony singing numbers; iaturo in the offering. ive dispositions and pleasing jersonalitles, and -wear handsome owns them to perfection, rom.the latest designs. two nifty enter iinerst'is'tbe iw'st ilescrip.tive plirasf hat-'cmild1 be applied ''to ;ihis cleve ;uo ol young chaps, whoso gracefu sieging'and radial ng personality S'en-e lo put over.on' of entertaining versatile act n vaudeville. i Bessie Barriscale willbe seen in he atest photoplay feature "The Woraai Michael one of the ver jest ot the season, msny. other photo jlay offerings.1 Comedy galoie will be tnrniElie by another rolllckinB Rainbo Comedy, and a Vitsgraph. Special :Bi V comedy. Charlie and Ills jazz o chestra will offer 'something entire ly new for this program. addition, has'been m ado to tbe popi lar Colonial orchestra which make It one of the finest combinations the province. With this array ol a tractions, all of which will be pr senled at each performance Monda and Tuesday, the Colonial will un- 'SOCIETY'S NEW DIVERSION "Water Nympht" ant "Sirens" Are the Very Latest Fad Old Christopher. .Colufflbns was no appler when he discovered the west- rn-.hemisphere than tjjo millionaire ociety.of Car. Harbor, M3-, was when t officially'.ados'ted'its latest tad. he. adoption 'ab'out'lhfough je arrival ot more'than 200 persons merraalciB .and we're to participate'in making a'sub- ea pibliirc. the rainiqnaires took only .sslng the young women. Jut after beau began posing1 on the rock? and by :he thinks were different 3y the end q[ the rail ionaire.cottagers. vying with'on another for the vantage'points on the. Otter. .Creeki cliff it. The production-that caused alJ this stir was the new undef-the-ocean spec lacle, "Queen of the that An- nette mads for Willfam b'ox. It will ba nymphs, i siretta and -Wed. and Thure. at Colonial theatre. LAST TIMES TONIGHT SHlkLEY MASON Supported by MLES WELCH "The Winning Froin Oeorge AVesiou's Saturday Evening Post "Jem of the Old Rock" "MUD" -Two-Reel Keystone Comcdy.'and "TOPICS of THE COLONIAL-TONIGHT THE LARGEST WEEK END SHOW, WE HAVE VET OFFERED mm mm --it now" A Universal Sti-Heel Special LATEST MIDNIGHT MAN- SPECIAL BIG V AND BUNGLERS" POPULAR PRICES........... COLONIAL ORCHESTRA MONDAY TUESDAY COMEDY ABOUNDS IN BRYANT WASH BURN'S LATEST PHOTOPLAY an doubtedly be the .most popular placo in the city. don't you thing 1 would have been CLAMS 'FEIWE Pretty Star Featured in Story Love Coming Here. Or In "A Very Good -Young Bry- ant Washlrarn's new.Paramount, "pic- lure, will be found another of. that star's productions in which light com- edy reigns supreme. It.will be sh'own at Slarland two days, be- ginning. Monday. Mr. Washburn lias gained an Im- mense'following of piclurc-soera who find genuine entertainment in his >rand of celluloid fun, a variety where- in the star usually plays tho part of a boob .who sooner or later wakes up and shows his true worth. In this production, however, Mr. plays tho part of man .whoso stainless charatcer is the talk of the town, lie lias never done anybody a wrong, never lied, never! stolen, never flirted, uor gambled. All ot -life small petty vices which' are common in tho lite ot the average young man are strangers lo him, and, furUiermore.-he never expects to make their acquaintance. Butj when ho proposes lo his sweet- heart she refuses the aur: prising statement that he is too good to be his wild oata would probably crop out after Ihe'y were mir BRYANT Some coughs ycem hard to shake off right to you in apite of aU ysu of Dr. V.'ood'a Norway Pine Syrup. Aftci' takltig'lhat'oiio my coughing be- RM lo cease. I look two more and they cured mo completely." tlio genuine Dr. AVood's Nor- way Pine Synip; put up 'in a yellow- wrapper; 3 plre trees the trade mark; price J5c and 50c; manufactured only by The T. Mllburn IJniTted, To- ronto, Advertisement. BUDAPEST, Feb. Associ- ated oVstails have been revealed of a plot by which, it Is alleged, former Charles made a futile attempt to enter Hun- gary false passport an! re- eslabltah himself on tho throne. evidence said to bo in the hands of the government Indi- cates that It had been planned for Charles to cross the under tho name of Kaspar Kovaca, ac- companied by three other persons wlioso Idcnllly has not been definitely established. Then lie was to proclaim his return with (lie eipectatlon that his former subjects would support him, It is declared. Bolivia CTilmt Arlca Port BUBXOS AY RES, Feb. has formally laid claim to a Pacific port in the province of Allen, accord- Ing lo dispatches from La. Pas, which say the'BoliTian chamber of deputies has passed a resolution declaring: "Th6 time now come to incor porate in the dominion of the rtpub 'lie a port In Arica over which the bor deritis uatioug ot Chile and Peru .will have no defined rights. Whal' known as the "Province o Arlca" Is really a, part of the prov of Tocna; la northorn Chile, do minion over whlco has been in dU nute between Chile, anrt fcoilvia for tho last 37 years. REMEMBER 664 A Very Good Young Man Bihel Clayton's new picture, "Mpro Deadly Than the Male" Is coming to Uie popular Empress theatre for a bowing ot two days starting Monday, t was adopted trom a story tbst ap- peared in a popular fiction magazine ecently and concerns a high-spirited girl who concocted a clever schema >y which to prevent tlie man tor whom she; secretly cared from going to South'Africa in search for adventure. Miss Cinyion has tlio role of the heroine, Helen O'Hara. Sho meets fllchard Carlln, an old friend and a restless frclvenUire, him to down to sorno useful occtipa- 'ion, telling Kim there are raoia thrills to bo found In ordinary life than th3 wilds af Africa. He rofuacs to beliovo her, but gives her a chance to provo her words. Adventure in rapid-fire order follows. Tlie ot tho picture is said to provide a start- ling surprise. Edward appears as Miss Clayton's leading man, ntfd others in the cast aro Herbert Hayes, Hallam Cooley, snd Peggy Tlje nic- ture was directed by Robert 0. Vig- is tlio latest.rtleate ,ct the NEW BEACH FADS IN NEW SEN- NETT FARCE ON THE SAME PROGRAM Bathing Suit .Dance Feature of "A Tailor.1; Many nsw beach fads hilve boea In- troduced from lima