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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920 THE LimtBRIDCE HERALD PAGE! VAUDEVILLE DRAMA PHOTOPLAYS FVb. loetl cash wirfc-U were not so ftethre today, irtth Hfht oHerinis of oats tar- ley accottptafod by only a fair de- mamd. spread for No. 5 wat IVio over MoBdajr, with other irmdaa flax and 'btrUv, rye spreads closed tower for May and July He down. clowd'Sttc down for Mar. ?lix cloMd .UHo and UVic lower. for May. and July.., Hye closed 3c lower lor May. tYT cowa, to 110.04; butcher Mftn.' Ho sots' Mid tt koon, Jllii Iwiac t-M. Mtw Ysck Msiln NEW nb. iM: C. >5S; U. S. BUtl-pnftrred, GRAIN STOCKS May July Slay July Slay July Quotations Open Slvi SOU 164 VOBT WrtJUASI, Oni., Feb.. fotlowiiic statement of stocks in ic public elevators at Fort Wit llan aid Port Arthur on February It, with shipments duriat the init, waa by the board of (rain couiit loners oa Saturday: Whemt iiuaels; all, 23C.043.' Chita in etore, rail ship A Barley in at ore, 1.247.8M; rail (hip- mwtf, 52.S03. Flax (u store, .rail ahip- nuoti, Rye m store, rail sklp- meats, '61 bushels.' Milt Cath Prlcet a c.w. 2 Feed 2 97H 1 teed Tr.ick 3 C.W. l-'eed Track I'N.W.C. ...520 3 C.W 3 Track :S C.W................... ..say, 94K ..145% ..163% ..489 ,.495 11 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPBO, Feb. Iilvcstock 115 cat tie and 73 Hogs.The market is prac iically closed today on account of lack ot receipts, the'bulk of cattle being received too...late for today's trading quotations on the few weighed .tin this morning show- the market to bo iraak lo 23a lower. Bidding opened sleazy for tho ei- tremely light supply of hogs. Calgary Livestock Feb. Livestock cattle.' C7 hogs arid'61 sheep were unloaded at the stockyaVds. market ivas quiet: Good butcher steers, Linitrrent Will Brinj Comfort- Ing Relief Quickly. BVEiR breaks faiUi, Sloan's Lini- ment -doesn't. Just penetrates without rubbing and the citernnl pain arid -ache, rheumatic twirigeo, lumbago, rsuralgia, sciatica; lame, tore, -strained muscles, bruises, N For 3S years it has gone ahead .win- rjiij new friends, holding old ones, .sUeneT'licning ,its reputation as the World's I.iiiimenL Clean, effective jr. relieving the p-chcs and pains of men I OFF IN'PEG 111 Had Hot Run-in With Judge Whom He Charged With Intimidation WINNIPEG, Cana dlan of strikers to end the strlke'may_turn out to be con elusive evidence .of couspiracy, Mr Justice'Metcalfo declared this morn ing at the trial .of the seven strike leaders for seditious conspiracy. This statement was provoked by the announcement of 11. A- Bonnaf, K.C. :hat be intended George ex-policeman and member o" the strike, committee .iheii' o_n thi stand, evidence of attempts to the prove that there was m Intent of conspiracy.' Justice "It is a qnei tion whether it effort to'en legal -gain somethln through the strike. .-If-the strike wa illegal, attempts end iVmight b conclusive evidence'_ of (a conspi: acy." Mr. Bohnar said he -would bow t the decision. Mr. Justice Metcalft: "I'M sore that I won't allow you to. I ma give you mere latitude. tharf'il did the RuEMll trial. 5'Bnt'jrotf fiad bette think it orer doring the noon. !SS." h This wtus the second passage 'of arms between judge and defense coun- sel this morning. I Tliel firsV bid fair to take on a more serious aspect. Jus- tice Metcalfe htd objected to'Mr. Bon- nar's method of cross-examination and suggested tho defense counsel persisted "something would hap- pen." .Mr. Bonnar: ''Of' rxiurse, If your lordship wisnevs to intiiidite me." This produced a sharp wordy battle, after which the judge demanded an apology. Mr.'Bonnar did'not retract ATEST WOMAN AND STAB FOX- all of these are but a few, of thrl ling scenes in this wonderful produi tion. See it at toe Colonial-Wedne day Thursday. IM (Irli xaow.kow to put and let WiOM oriciaal Imita- tion of Hate wai.much appreciat- ed 4tirisc thit act he an Imita- tlM young man wfcc it desh-ous ot brewing at actor and goei through tuaiy tuonolocue, he has a rood staginc voice and posseetti which a coaiedy Wt. Brof. and Girlie the headline act li the banner act of season, Ml clever trios of a rail- road Irala wai very much appreciated, icir staging and instrumental offer KB were Very good, there Is not a uil thomtnt In their act and they eep the auiliciicn wondering, .what is oing to happen next, this act is one I the most novel .and entertaining hat we have had- and each performer an" art 1st The photoplay feature "The Woman Michael Married" featuring Beule Jarriicale and Rainbow corned) Brownies. Dog-Gone Tricks" round ut one 'of the. finest entertainments or evening that anyone could rUh for, the orchestra will give an ither fine- musical program and with these attractions the Colonial will no oabt the popular In own tonUht and Itobert Cain, Hugh Kord, master director, handled screening of the Tilclure. Beulah Marls'IMi, who pic- turized Service" nurt Woman Thou wrote the :ecarlo. Ethel Clayton, In beautiful pic- ure, "More Deadiy Thia iha being shown 'tonight' for. the last Ime. A good Mrck Seunett comedy is! WASKBURN'S LATEST.. ROUE CAPITAL ON Young Glvi Onpoitunltles. "QIENOFMSEA" on the bill which forms that will plewe all. Famous Train Robbery Gave Auguttu Thomas FacU for Thrill- Ing Plot OPENING AT THE EMPRESS WEDNESDAY. Bryant Washburn, a .popular Par mount Star, has been provided wit one of the-best opportunities.of h career in A Gooii Yonnj Man his jalest Paramotiht starring vchicl which is at Stirland for the lasttim tonight. His characterization is a. departurs from the roles depicted .by him In sev- eral, of', his .preceding pictures., He has frequently appeared as a a smairtowt rube or a.chap who gets himself into all kinds of scrapes and than by a brilliant himself way up In the But A Yen Good Young Man he plays the of who has none of the vices which are prev- alent, in moat young, -men of today such as drinking "tc .Battles in the. air, on tlie earth and under- the 'waters will be waged be- tween Boreas, master of storms, Annette Kellerman, "Queen of and the old family standby] tun bo to do its .work' and surely. Don't he with- out a bollie anotlier il li a nd v. T All Urussl5ls-rr35c, (Made in Canada.) but at the -Colonial theatre for. two days, beginning Wednesday. Sensational, swimming and high- diving for which Miss Keller- man Is internationally combined with the genuinely dramatic story, which brings fairs lore right up to date .with the. la test de struct ire pliancea on land and sea.' ..In tho big >cene Miss Kellerman dives go feet from a high wire. See the daring div- ing scenes in cloudland, beautiful girls battle with balls of fire, ferrets attack woman, sensational rescues at sea, "Ifeep id handv lo' continue .his ajid the courts adjourned for (en minntes at the's snggestioir so "tnat Mr. Bonnar be given time to cool off." Lov'att to the stand this morning. The fitness told of meeting afwhlch the in- dustrial- commission bin was discuss- ed.; Queen, Armstrong, Heaps, Rus- Eell and many others favored throwing :t out. of .the accused, said: We are the leaders.-This is not matter for the rank end A motion threw the bill' out being referred lo the rank and file. ____he proposeSto hjs-sweetheai. fears that he Is tod good tp'be true that as hfl sowed his wila oats the bad streak In him migh 'crop out after they are'married and Bo she tnrns himdowh, in spite, of her love for him The good-young .man, deter mined to win the decides ths tho onlj way is to "go ail the so to speak. Tho outcome of this de cislon will tickle the risibilities of any audience "juder the sun. The support ing case Is.excellent. Much has been, written about real- ism on the screen, but the whole plot of "In the new Paramouni.- Artcraft picture starring Robert War- wick, yhich-wiH'bb shown at .tho Empress Theatre Wednesday, is built ironnd-a startling incident that hap- ened in that state several years ago. he author, Augustus Thomas, was at that Ume a reporter on a St. Ixmta train robbery took place n which a lone highwayman held up express fnesseneer and stole sev- ral thousands: of dollars. "Afterward he turned up in a small town and was japtured. Mi. Thomas took this at and, with' Itis dramatic genius ncorporaled it into a play, along witl an unusually appealing' little i story. The late-Nat. Goodwin used III years' as a starring vehicle. It-was inevitable that a'pi ay of such fores and appeal should Jcach the screen. Hobsrt Waiiwlck is said to, fit ideally into the.role of the hero, and Is ;a. pretty leading wo- manr The cast also .includes Noah Monte Blue, iGertrude Short FARNEIi'SWK A Returned Soldier Claims This Distinction in'Winnipeg- i Trial yoo hoird Ftps is scientific prepirmtioo pot npMn pastille form, Which prorldcs entirely flew rfftct- for coughi, colds, chest nd (hrMt troubles. Peps Coiitain certain medlclaal in- trtditnti, which, when placed upon the Immediately turn iato Tipor, and urti breathed down the p .n to the lunjl. On (hdr (our- ntf, they soothe the Inflamed and Irritated nembrancs ot the bronchial lobes, the delicate walls of the IMSMf es, snd finally enter and carry relief snd hesllni; to the lonfi. In word, while BO liquid or solid on to (he lung t snd sir passages, these Fein fames (et there direct, nd at tittliaf. oat this write It the nsnie dates of this r, and Mil it (with )c. cfsmp'to return posMfe) (o ttyt Co., trial packet Will Toronto. A fr then sent you. All drocflsU and Feb. As- sociated blizzards and snowstorms In the last few days liave crippled outdoor re- volutionary dehionstrations. All gov- ernment organizations are acclaiming -their allegiance (o the Zemstro re- gion, 'M. Krndovelski; first war mini1 ster under Kok-liak. also of the three leaders who started the revolu- tion which Gen. Galda, the Cuch leader, hcadc'd last November, been appointed military commander ot tuc Vladivostok "district. His first are that all private and public establishments resume their work. .rAtfempfs at riolfng, robbery or un- authorized searclies or'arrests are to be suppressed' Im'me'dfately. K rid o vet- ski, TldreMlng the'military heads of thnt the pre- sent coup niarks the 'downMI of dictatorship. Pollifcs is'iipt hnsl- of the soldier, he said, "hut of tho Xemstvoi, wnq''now rccogolie Iholr WINNIPEG, Feb. Mar- tin, returned was cbiet witness'for the. defense this morning at, the 'trial oi John Farncll, charged with seditious Ho claimed to'.have, been' responsible for all the stleeches' which John Faroell is ac- .of. uttering. The witness gave detailed cyjilenco of the proposal for the silent parade whicb'had been proposed by him. The parade was to be.absolutely silent, they to have' marched Royal Alexandra Hotel Senator Robertson and obtain.from tlm his help In settling the strike. The statement regarding tional law and order from him, the witness stated.-Herhad come tOithat opinion, tho witness said, after reading tho daljy papers. No one had advocated force. "Wo advocated anything but force througli out the he told the court. Joseph Qrant, a "member of .the street rallwaymen's union, called to give evidence on behalf of the cased.'IIo said thnt he had declared at the meeting In the market square: will hold that parade and all hell would not stop us." Ho could not, however, say what staletnents Farnelj had made. John Farncll took the' stand' shortly beforo adjournment. "HIP" VAUDEVILLE AT COL- ONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT 'The Hippodrome Vaudeville bill last nigbt lived up to: Us reputation of be Ing one of the best shows that w have had the offering t 'OUr patrons, since the' cbmmencemen of vaudeville in Lcthbrldge. Th theatre was packed to the'doors an from the amount of applause each ac received it was plain to see that ever one was thoroughly enjoying the show Keslerson Bros.' are, a pair of th niftiest and cleverest dancers eve seen in the city, .their dances are ex edited In a manner that shows, technique, the ease and grace of move- ment In all their terpslchqrean endea- vor bespoke natural as well as highly developed talent. The tearing of a newspaper into a lacy pattern'effect while the smaller member was n delight to the'audience. Elmore and Grey, two versatile young ladles pleas- ed (he audience wHhlhelr harmony flinging, and comedy patter which. CoW.-_ Apply THCRMOGEMEli dry, comfoctinc, mtdi- c mtcd warm tb j utt what your chiil-McVed tytUm By morning, your cotd be a "ift-ucni. Thtre'i nobt there? n in try! n or' ii'rs isjsn- nenl revponded to 16? alarms, two the fire firemen lost loss 1SR TO-NIGHT- Tomorrow Alright Get a I5r Box lr HEARTBURN or iftef meab are annoying nulhilettations of KMfalDS pleasant to ntatralize acidity and help restore normal digestion! MADE BY SCOTT t BOWNI MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMUtSWN J, HIQ1NBOTHAM CO, LTD., LtTHBBtOOE, AL9EHTA. ANOTHER SLAUGHTER Tv'ASKiixQTOK, Feb. Soycn thooaand Armenians bave been massa- cred In Cllicca In a new attack by Tnrklsh and Kurdish troops'which Is still in progress, according to advices received hero by tho lArmentan tlonal Union, through official chan- nels. The reports stats that of tho Arrhenlana number fifty..thou- ssnd. "Th6 tho dlspadih said, "aro ready; lo resist, (he attack but lack the'necossary means for self- 'Immedlato nssljlancp alone can total cilcrmlria- MAN'S BEST AGE A man b M old hit organs; ha can bs tts vigoroos and heaHhy at 35 if rteaidshiiorwrmin per foe their yoor vital orgma healthy with COLD MEDAL mrld 's lumimJ nmtij for k and .iirtc Ad dnnjitii, 5Oc. HILOH MAJESTIC THEATRE SAT. NIGHT, FEB. 21st BILLY OSWALD "THE GOOSE GIRL" THE MUSICAL PLAY WITH TINKLING TUNES 7Sc, 50c Stats on Ftbruiry 19th LAST TIMES TONIGHT BRYANT WASHBURN "A- Very Good Young Man" If .you want to have good laugh come down'.and see -this. It will do you good. "START SOMETHINCS" la: a WEDNESDAY-THURS. FERGUSON "Ejes Of The Adapted from tho Saturday Erenine Post Story "SALT OF THE EARTH" CHARLIE CHAPLIN "A Henpecked Spouse" Two -Reels. "FOX NEWS" AND "PATHE WEEKLY" EMPRES COVHNQ WEDNEWAY A Great Picture of Great Man Picture to the Eye, Stir the Blood and Touch Heart. 'Vfe LAST TIME TONIOHT ETHEL CLAYTON "MORE DEADLY THAN THE MALE" ALSO MACK'SENNEfrS GREAT, COMEDY-HIT "A LADY'S TAILOR" Concert Mutlo -popular 3est Projection COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT, THE BEST SHOW. WB HAVE HAD IN MQNTHS KESTERSON BROS. Unique Entertnlnen EDDIE NOEL Comedy Entertainer "Those Personality Variety of SingCnB, Comedy im< Instrumental BESSIE BARPJSCALE In "The Woman Great Attraction! COLONIAL CONCERT: Don't Miss Thli Great Show I the Beit Yet WED. and THURS. THE GREATEST SPECTACLE OF THE AQE William .Fox's Coloswl Million Dollar Sub Sea Ha .of Thrills anil Magic. Thrilling Eicape from Tower of Knives and of Flf. Sensational Scenes In "Queen Of The Sea FEATURING ANNETTE KELLERMAN, TOE WORD'S MOST PERFECT WOMAN With Merrnaldt, arid Cwnpahy of An QUEEN OF THE SEA: ANNETTE An Achievement QreaUr DAUGHTER OF: THE GOD: See- the Great Storm at Wreck'ng of Heroic Rttcvt Daring Woman's Battle With 1 Matchless Drama.of Lovs, and In Ordtr to Qlve Our Palrens Every Opportunity of Wendsrful Picture Golna to WioW it it Popular LYONS-MOHAN COVCDY COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA i Adults, 35 Cents M ;