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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta iwo LETHBRffiqP HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE D'HiMlA: PHOTOPLAYS WINNIPBCJ. Feb. for ctih oats' and barley WM not fo today 8js on previous last vreeX offerins? con- tln.ia Email, with spreads practically vivchacgol froai Saturday. Dels higher for Maj .and IHo up for July; kirky Siic high- er for May, July lo bslter. Flei closed 3-if hleher for and Z( up for July Rye clOEed QiiotaUone May Juh May Juls May 2 1 Feed Track C.W. N W C 07V, Open 153 145 '50.2 ITS 3 C.W. 2 Feed Close 95 179 fe .17714 137 4 C.W Track 95 .148 2 CVi Track 177 K Calgary Livestock (.AIS.A'm' fell IS cat 4le on sale at -5ic iridiy.' Xq-iiogs'or were linoiyilh last .week's, business 'bnlcncT-'stesrs made to feeders, 15.00; heavy i-jvs, 10.00; viUi conr.ers bringing Si dd: good' butcher hnlls, t and: 3000" veal'calves ntakins f 3.15. Winnipeg-Livestock receipts over In only 218 cattle and 213 hog unleaded .this morning. Trailing1 this-morning was cTtreuv ly quiet and as there was only a sma r'upply cuttle' buyers' were 'not pve Kiisfous'to oparalo and medium lo-common .Jmlch'er cattle to loc? constl'-uted tho-hulk of sale vhile isolations were general' 'eb C P R, U S U >.S Steel Kind of ffiitcrlal that Is nwtmry to build a vehicle that will suit the pal- ate, of golij public, there is not.9. dull moment In this production, 1 and the artists give wonderful support to Mth other, they keep up a bright j full of witticisms that keep audience In a good humor and i OiiUh be a'big surprise. Ed. Noel "comedy entertainer" U joung man.wllh an abundance of and funny sayings. Hi> has a igood singing voice and Is tho sor of'some-parodies and Imitations that Elmore and; Grey. Two- versatile younc ladles, who have talent and abil- Itv and bill as "Just two that are different." they arc both good vocalists with pleasing personal- ittes, -and sunny: This will surely, prove entertaininB as well Interesting. Kestersnn Bros., "unlcjuc entertain' this act Is an outsUmdlnn feature on the bill, they are a dim oJ youug t chaps, whose graceful dancing, splen- i did singing and radlatine personalities (serve' to put over one of the most on- I tertainlng yersatlle acts in .vaudeville, i Bessie Barrhcale will be seen in her la test "ariil beat photoplay feature "The. Woman'Michael Married." Comedy galore will be furnished by another rollicking Rainbow comedy "Brownies Dog-Gone Tricks." Charlie and his Jaw orchestra offer another fine musical, program new addition has been made to tho rchestra which makes this popular of the finest orchcs ras employed In the province. WDWM GEN. VON LUDENDORFF Famous German commander, wfcow surrender for trial demanded by the allies. ANNETTE KELLERMAN IN "QUEEN OF THE SEA" AT COLONIAL WED: AND THURS. SIR ADAM AND LADY BECK ABE RETURNING LONDON, Ont., Feb. Vice-Chairman Pocock of the London and.Port Stanley rail- -vvayj'announced today that companied by Lady Beck-.. Sir ft Adam Betk Is to from Ene- ff land for Canada, this. week..and will be back In-London' before the end of February. J Bv Kca P McQee MD DDS CHEWING Theatre Today. .During hro-iklifts. of. Iks action of More the Ethel JuiySm, the' pretty screen star, la said 0 eighty. tSi-lipicai.mqvid At" Jeiit the is a blgh-splr- led girl who iVrBSorlins to nil sorts t. ord.crtoprevent he inan ibe-loves from taking-a.con- .Africa in search i 'of adventuro. AVbat 'makes it Clirtoft'appafQn'lly lias a husbaud hite-Miil'heorty. .Theniby athe .splendid prop-am. startling'twist iu the final rwl, grim melodrama Is turned Into delightful romance and audience finds that hag been loolUie them the time. piclure will be shown the Empress Theatre during the first haH-of the week and la a Pmrunouni-Artcritt directed by.Rob- ert 0. Vignoln. Pntty Qirli Apknty In Farce. It is generally admitted that every Senuott comedy acts an a'ne'r'ye tonis aad a "blues" chas- er on the minds of the audience, but tho latest one "A Lady's Is said to be a most excellent eye invlg orator. Most ot .the action takes place, at a Eu'niKief resort whillier' Ford Slcrl ing, playing the part of a weary.city iu search of relaxatlor from business cares and the Jwatchfu eye-ol his Vnother-ia-law.- Other pictures includine a Burton Holmes travel pletare will completi -r-la. Annette Kellerman, cKampIoii swim mer and favorite screen actress-Is th amphibious star of the William Fo uper-productlon, .of the Sea1 vhich comes fo the Colonial Theatre or two days beginning Wednesday. Miss Kellerman's unique talents, both 15 a theeplan and natatorial artist, are veil known to the picture-lovine.pub' ilc Daughter ot the Cods' and other aquatic productions.'-In 'Queen of .the she plays a rialad In a submarine fairy story designed to display her abilllies-as a swimmer ani fiigh-diver Id 4he" most .spectacular and senRaUonal style..-, .-'j The picture is packed with thrilline stunts and dramatic situations, and the hair-raising .climax Is a scene wheri Miss Kellcrman. walking a wire Si in the air, is suddenly precipltal eu into the water.by the seve-ring o the slender strand. a Frenchman has a deformity nl the jiw that throws his chin over (a one side, the French doctor saya'he has ttie f nee of tho "village chanter.' Jlavo yon noticed the tendency pf -iiinateur singers; to spoil an otherwise 3 ,Feb H carries thA following froi Sydnej, NSW _ The labor political rurapns 1 connection'with enginee: strike shows no abating Luder the War Premier Hughea soufht. to Isolate the strike and the strikers byi prdertng the banks to withhold funds at their credit, but a second announcement by the, premier declares that the sequestra lion ot money applies only to official union fnndi, and BOt to_ private bant ing accounts. Premier Holman of New South WalM, who belongs to .the sime pol- itical party as Mr. Hughes, split wlti the laiterion.thc question, and Kpott performance by singing out- of one corner of the mouth or by twist- lug llio fac.3 in a dispensing manner? Tills" face distortion is nbt.neceBsarily cbnfmed to 4slngcr3, we all clttcnL. -The-. reason- Is- nearly IP he' found in the 'mouth. Yes- lerda'y I a tooth and, ever since, I.haro'drawn my lip down to try to hide tUe'Epot. pur natural Inclination is to try to hide any Infirmity, partic- ularly it is new. It the cause of tills o'Kort is not removed, the cover- W set 'will become H hablt'that will long flftev tho original reason for its usc'wlH'havc been forgotten. It a tofitH hecpnics tender, or tho r'iriTtinding gum inflamed. bolus 'of fond that Is to be chewed unconsciously bo shifted to spot thot Is more nearly normal. This results In. llic raplj progress of lariat1 formation upon the teeth In the whole unused urea. Soft foods' and mucous will loin the tcrlar so that presently ;i vile tasting and smelling mess, seeth- inTwith bacteria Is permanently locat- c-J in the waiting room--of tho main station on Iho roulo beUvoen your and your stomAch. In ad lo being, contaminated when Cii5 rondllion Is present, the food Is only partly chewed-. -When a 'habit In (hewing is. formed that Is not normal iho contour of the face Is always tcred and the facial Is charged. This Is hecnusc some of the .rntisiles tho face, svhlcU ;afo also !iiuEcle.5 of are not do 1 lis thdlr proper sharo of the work, ao ijiey_ atrophy, which means, grow smaller. Homo of th'e face muscle: have tnoro their usual of. work do. so they grow larger. With ran side of your face growing smaller and Olio side growing larger it doesn't tnke iriiich of nrt architect to figure out ,tlic tact that you will have a crooked filce If you don't chew right. You cannot chow right unless your mouth -Is strongly' .proclamation against Mr.-Holman as- serts that Huehes'. action Is. an "Ir- 'autoc'fatic '.and grave an aiAho'rity which TOS only iven by the government for the pur- joses'of TO BUILD RAILROAD to MANITOBA MINES MAJESTIC THEATRE SAT. NIGHT, FEB. 21st BILLY OSWALD WINNIPEG, Feb. pro- vincial government, .according official Information, It considering Ifie construction of a railway from The Pan to the Capper Lake mining dljtrict. at an estimated "cost of This would provide railway connection with the Flln Floh mine. The construe- tiin will, not'be commenced, it Is understood, until development ef Flln Flon mine the conltructlon. 'HIP" VAUDEVILLE AT'COLONIAL TONIGHT AND.TUESDAY The classiest vaudeville Dill that has yet been presented at the Colonial will be olTereii tonight and Tuesday Word was received from Calgary this morning that-this hill is by far the best that has yet gone over the Cir cult, all four acts constituting the hll being right nn, to the mark, so will be a real treat In store for you the Colonial tonight. c Boyer Bros, and Girlies iflll offer entirety than has bee seen here this Masoa, these clove dnterlalneTa are troop of vaudevlll producers and purveyors of the rlgh -j- EPIDEMIC SUBSIDING OTTAWA, Fell. (By "Canadian of Sfoftnteh influenza throughput Canada Are rapidly aubslfting, according to fertersl nuthorllloa. While the ont- brenlc in some centers has been fairly shafp, It has hot been nearly so bad as In ISIS. Eighty-five per cent of cases havo hecn new ones, Ontario has been the worst, atiffcrer, with Manitoba a good second. t nauaint price efcoffiec INSTANT POSTUM rial FWMT rtttlfc, wiifcm. "THE GOOSE GIRL" THE MUSICAL PLAY WITH TINKLING TUNES Prices Statt on Sale, February 19lh OW WILD OATS? SEE HOW WASHBURN DOES IT IN NEW COMEDY A Good' Young Man" Then for Love, How Reckless He Became! Certain well-Informea women have alsert the point that every man Is iiat- rally possessed of a certain amount f the proverbial: "wild oats" and that omehow, somewhere, in pile of everything, he will sow thorn nd reap hU harvest; early In life, erhaps, bnt certainly later. But In "A Very Good Young Paramount picture to be shown at tarlacd tonight and tomorrow Bryant Vashburn plays the stellar and rather nlquo'rolo ot tho very good yoifcie man. The young man was good, in every sense of the word. It has been said that you rarely can please a woman and that If you put iust the thing iho wants In her reach, even then ehe will change her and find fault therewith. 'Of courw, every girl wants a good man tor her partner; That Is why LeRoy Syl- vester of the Public Library, t uieutloned "good" ypune mm, shocked when his sweetheart his "proposal of She feared this "wild ptopott- tlou and c'cmaldefecl his angftllc charftc- a sure sign that he would (tart to cutting capers after the honeymoon was over, and Urns make her unhappy. But LeRoy lands her after all in a unique and entertaining should be seen to be appreciated. UonaM Crisp directed and C. Ed- ward Bchoenbanm. li. responsible for the excellent ThR supporting cast Includes, well-known players as Helene wlek, Julia Favc, Wade Boteler, Syl- vLi Ashton, Jane Wolf, Helen Anna Q. Nllsson, .Noah neery, Kelso and Charles EDDIE AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE, MONDAY AND TUESDAY I Tonight I MATINEE DAILY AT GREAT SHOW WONDERFUL HEADLINE ACT BOYER BROS. AND GIRLIES A VARIETY OF VAUDEVILLE ED NOEL, Comedy Entertainer ELMORE AND GRAY JUST TWO GIRLS THAT A.RE DIFFERENT KESTERSON BROS. UNIQUE ENTERTAINERS FEATURE PHOTOPLAY BESSIE BARR1SCALE in "THE WOMAN MICHAEL MARRIED" L-KO COMEDY THE RAINBOW BATHING GIRLS AND SPEOA! V1TAGRAPH COMEDY cniiaren Special 2.30; Nighu and Wed. Only GREATEST SPECTACLE OF THE AGE William Fox' i Colowtl Million Dollar Aehlevement Greater Than "A Dauahter of the Godi." uQxieen Qf The Sea" FEATURING ANNETTE MOST SHAPELYWOMAN With 200 Beautiful Mermaids and Company of See the Mpdirn Venus In a Submarine 'Setting as Magnificent Modsrn Science Could Devize or Modern Millions Command. See the DSrino 85 Foot of Ship at from Torture with Sarf. A Picture and We Are Going to Give it to .You for 35 EMPRESS THEATRE ETHEL Today and -T Tomorrow Popular P.rices--25c and 10c TONIGHT AND TOMORROW TheMakT "FRAILTY, THY NAME" IS SO SAID SHAKESPEARE. BUT SEE THIS WOMAN IN THIS PICTURE WITH HKR TERRIBLE, SUBTLE POWER. Also MACK SENNETTS Latest and Greatest Comedy Hit A Lady's Tailor With Ford Sterling and Myrtle LindL IF YOU MISS THIS YOU MISS THE-SEASON'S HIS FAMILY'S REPUTATION IN SAD NEED OF A, VACUUM CLEAMER AFTER HE HAD GOT DONE RePUWATINO HIS PREVIOUS SAINTLY REPUTATION, BUT IT QOT HIM THE 01R1- WHAT DO YOU CARE FOR FAMILY REPUTATION IF'l YOU GET FUN AND HE GETS THE "Start Something" LLOYO COMEDY, AND. "The Great Gamble" ;