Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1920 TJIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS i s e.m e rvta VAUDEVILLE MARKETS 3, Feb. iocal fu- ture markets were very firm tg higher OH today's market and prices, after j being fractionally lover at the open- Ing, advanced aud were generally steady.' j The demand for cash oats was small! with light offerings, -spreads being re- ported unchanged to }4c lower. Cash liarley'was in, (air demand at un- changed spreads. Cash flax demand continues good with premiums narrow- ing down. Oats closed UlcSind higher, respectively, for Jlay and July; barley 2Vic hither for May and up 'for July; flax closed higher for May, and July up. Jlyo closed ?Tic higher. Quotations Slay July May ___.. July Jlay July It 1 Cash Prices KO. 2 cvtt'... xo. 'J v.v... fay. No. 1 Feed.. 51314 No. 91Vi Track Open. 91 39 !i Close. 93'X; 90 K 1533; 474 No. 3 No. 4 Track.....153'-; I No. 1 No. 2 CAV., Ko. '3 Track JJo. 2 I'.W. Winnipeg Livestock Fell. Livestock" Branr.1i.) Receipts: 418 cattle. 4C1 and 10'sheep. Market u sliado more active ,ovor the previous ilnys of. the week nnd limited numbers offered for sale fmmd ready buyers at jiricss a little stronger than Wednesday's close. With only :i light run ot hogs for to day's trading bidding was keen and quotations strengthened 50c a hun- dred during the morning. Calgary Livestock Kch. livestock five and six hundred cattle, 20 calves-and 204 hogs wore on tho market at'tiio Block- yards today. The market was quiet. Good butcher steers, feeder etoars up lo ?9.75; good butcher cows, ?S.OO. Select-, hogs, oif cars, S19.70. Ntw York Stotks YOIIK, Teh. Closing ittles: 11.124; U. S. sleol, 9S 1-2; S. ji'cel prcferrcrl, HI. JF TRIAL CASES Believe it is Diplomatic Victory Germans SUI1 Not Salislied BERLIN', Wednesday. Feb. IS Gratification that the entente powers liad recognized Germany's contention rclalivo to tho physical iinpossibtlUx of surrendering men accused of viola-) tlon ot the laws of war was expressed loday by ,1 foreign office official. He said Ihnt It was Inevitable that Intel- nal chaos would result a step and declared tho German cabi- net's position was materially, strength- ened as tho result of the decision reached by the supremo .council !n London. "We do not lor a single moment de- lude ourselves with tho assumption that tho government has scored lomatic victory in persuading the en- lento to recede from Its original atti- tude on fho extradition Ue said. "While we aro all we are fully conscious of the dangers and difficulties to be met with in the trial of war criminals. In this con- neclton it is hoped the very scant evidence presented in tho extradition list will bo'supplemented by specific testimony or that cases for which no tangible evidence is adduced will he abandoned." v Abandon Old Verdicts BERLIN', Wednesday, Feb. amination of the official text of tho last allied note sent to the German government relative (o the irin.l of men accused of war crimes showfi that a significant passage was omitted from the Paris version published hero afternoon. This passage refers to a stipulation by (he entente that the previous Verdicts at trials of German war offenders must nulled and that they be remanded for j ueiv Irlals. I .The conservative ran-Cernuhic press unites iu rejecting the allied note as wholly nnacceplablc, and Tageblatt expresses 'the. belief it "is tho hnltins place on the road leading to revision of the Versailles treaty." MOTORCYCLE FOR BAD WEATHER Tile inventor is W. li. Long, ot Washington, D. C. Ho has equipped his motorcycle and sidecar with -a shield to protect him from the wind and rain. NEW DIRECTOR OF DOMINION STEEL MONTREAL, Feb. W. Nor- cross, president and managing direc- tor of the Canada Steamship Lines, Limited, was elected a director of the Dominion Steel Corporation aL_a meet- ing of thojioard ol (he latter com- pany, yesterday afternoon. The vac- ancy filled was caused by the resigna- tion of-J. K. 3j. Ross. Dividends of 11-2 per cent on common and 1 3-4 pov cent, on preferred stock of the Do- minion Irou and Steel Corporation were announced, payable on.April.! to record sto'tWiplilers of March 5 and March 12, respectively. CfflRLESITO PUGULISlirit ig being shown to- trolo tits him lite 'n French glove. Ho day for the last time. Tills is one ot i performs breath-catculUE stunts, but -Mr. Warwick's best pictures, and thow wlio miss it will a raro treat. 'SIX FEET FOUR" COMING STARLAND THEATRE A Blj "Special" of American Life. Would you like -io experience once ugait'. some of tliosc delightful thrills that used to cbaso each other up down your spine, tack In the early i'25'S of niotiou niotnrps. before you became eo case-hardened'and Then save, a night for "Six Feet Kour." It biggest, speediest, most dramatic picture ot our western country ever filmed, abounding lu thrills and suspense and tense situations. Just released the American 'Film Inc., it Is going to'have a. t'.vod.iy showing at Starland, beginning tomorrow. "Sis Keel Four'1 is Hie pictured version of the famous novel by Jackson Gregory, the man who wrote "Under "The Man From Painted "Tho Short "Wolf and inauy_other virile stories of the some- of whicli have al- ready reached the silver shei-l. William Kusscli, peppiest and most likable of all the big "he-men" wlia havu fame through their intor- prelalton of man's size roles, enacts the part ot Buck Thornton, nick- named "Six Feel Four" because of the excess inches which make him stoop to enter all Moors save those in his own house. "Six Feet hardest rider, Ihe quickest shboler, the manliest love-maker, the .truest friend ot them jUEl the sort of character liiir excels in; portrayine. Tho he does them BO in such a casual, matter-of-fact wax they doiit' label themselves as such aud Tor that very reason are a hundred times more, thrilling aud hair-raising. MONROE SALISBURY AT, COLON' IAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Tho Colonial Theatre innouuces for Friday and Saturday the ncif Divorced with Monroe Salisbury In me leading I "His Divorced Wife" Is from the I lien of, Klmer Ellloll Teake, and was i produced by Universal under tho ectlon of: Douglas (ierrard. It Is a story of the Kentucky Mountains and will bo remembered by many readers as a magazine story under the title ot "An Altar on Little In thu character of Ash Whipple, a young and rugged mountaineer who prides' himself In tho knowledge that he is the heat blacksmith In the coun- try, Monroo Salisbury has one of those virile roles that have marked his career on the screen and which bis fol- lowers have come to expect from him. love, jealousy, revenge aud forgive- ness, (our of the emotions, are tho mo- ilves that actuate the characters lu ''Ilia Divorced according to the advance notices of the production. Salisbury Is surrounded In this pro- duction by Charles West, Charles Le- Mcyne. Alfred Allen, Alice Elliot, Haymond Gallagher ana Mickey Moore, a child actor who has appeared in many ot Salisl-try's previous suc- cesses. "QUEEN OF THE SEA" AT COL- ONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT People who long ago lost their faith in mermaids have come to believe that they are possible since seeing "Queea of the Sea." at the Colonial Theatre. Anneite Kcllerman, tho aquatic star. Is not the only amphi- bious woman in ihe for Wil- liam Fox has surrounded her with a school of swimming sirens like those who caused Ulysses to sea! hU ears with wax so he could not hear their song. Miss Kellcrman aUo makes the highest dive ever eighty-live feet from a slender wire Into the it is a thriller.-Al- together "Queen of the Sea" ij a com- plete plcturizjition of the prettiest water-fairy stories, and abounds In wonderful photography as well as real dramatic situations anii sensa- tional ihrills. Don't miss seeing it at the Colonial tonight. COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT Cad Koi lUfitiiitiS Al" AA Star Scores Real Knockout in His Latest Paramount-Artcraft Picture. MADU1D, Feb. Sol says that there recently vUltcil Madrid a dblc- Baie of the general soviet of Ilussta named Horcdin, who cnino to Spain after an extended trip through Eur- ope to Eiiread Sovlit propaganda, llorcdln, to the paper, met certain Socialists in Spain and sng- Bested a movement to induce the Soc- ialists of this country lo givo adhcs- dice to the soviet. An inllammalory document nas seized in London on Monday last, flsncil liy a Cominuutst named Iluch- prcslilent of the Third Internat- ionale of Mo.5Cuw, advocating dlstator- shlp of tho proletariat and-Sovlet rule a.-id n world revolution lo this end. i PIONEER LUMBERMAN DIES VAXCOUVKU, 11. C., Feb. John F. Mcltac, liimlioriijan of city, wcltjknown in Eastern Con- iidn, tiled suddenly last night. lie was horn in Bolsovcr, Ont. The terrible, hacking, limg.wracking cough that slicks to yon in ispltj of everything you liavo done rirt of it is a great source nt danger to your health, and tile longer it la al- lowed lo stick tho inorc serious tho menace becomcK. You can easily gel rid .of the cough cold at Inception by I'r. Wood's Norway J.'ino Syrup, a remedy Dial lias been universally Vuscd lliroiijliout Canada for tho past 3j years. Mrs. Samuel Matthews, I'ortage. P. K. I., vvrnler I caught ii heavy cold, and was laid up for some time. I Imrt sncli a hacking I could not slorp-at night, ami did Tint think 1 could ever get over II. One ilay a friend dropped In lo see me, nnci was surprised to sec how bad my rougli iraa. Slio mo lo iipc Dr. Wood's Norway I'ina Synip, so tho next day I sent for a boltle and sooii'got'rctief, and by the time I had taken two bottles, my1 cough was all gone. I doubt Ihcje is anything to ctinnl it.'' Dr. Wood's Korway Pine Syrup is put up in ft yellow wrapper; f, pine trees the trade mark; price 25c and Me. Manufacturer! only by The T. Slllljurn Co.. Mmiterl, Toronto. Adrcrtlsenicnt. Will Make People Conversant With Economic Situation of Nation PARIS, Feb: Deschanel, Franco's .in his mes- sage to the senate and chamber of deputies this afternoon laid stress upon the necessity of making plain the country's silnallqn to the people and the duty 'ot her own citizens to give in return' their full share of eco- nomic support to the nation. 'OuHirst duty is to establish clear- ly bcfo'ro tho country our diplomatic, military and Industrial situation." Later, in referring to tho duties ot the citizen, tho president declared: "The Frenchman who shirks the payment of his shnre ot taxation com- mits fin act analogous lo that of a soldier who deserts his trench or flees the battlefield." Iteferring lo tho situation, in Bus- sin, President Dcgchanel sairl: "The Russian people fought on our side for threo years for liberty. '.May that soon be master of itself ami rosumo Its civilizing mission In the plenlitufle "ol its genius." A glimpse into the Inner circle of .he pugilistic world will bo given screen lovers who see Charles Tiny in latest Thomas 11. Ince production 'Tho Egg Crate which comes a Paramoun't-Artcmft picture to tho Empress theatre on Friday .and Sat- inlay. The story concerns a Western country boy who developed his bi- ceps juggling egg crates as helper to iho express agent sit Pitt's Junction. To clear Ins boss, who la also' his sweetheart's of ;i-serious charge, he leaves town and secures a job as sparring partner for a pugilist. Latter lie appears in the roped arena and lands a. knock-out blow, which gains fame as the "egg crate on the Jaw of tho man who tried to frame the fight. Through, his victory ho discovers some things that enable him to straighten out tho tangle in Ills home town and claim the hand of his girl. Thomas" H. Ince has provided an ex- tremely realistic setliiif. Tlio fight takes place in a'ring that is regula- tion to the last detail. DcWitt Van- Court, who trained Jeffries and Cor- beft In his day, is referee, and the fighters, besides Charles Hay, include Al Knuffnmn, Itay anrl fzzie Glasscr. llobert Warwick in his great sue- States Shipped J Bus. in 1919 of Which G. B. Took WASHINGTON, Fell. isWio best customer of the wheat growers of the United Hffiterf. This is shown In a report on whc.1t exports ot 1919, Issued by tho department of commerce todny. During the past year the Unllec! Slates exported bushels nf wheat compared with 111.177.10U In 1918, representing an increase in Value ot over Wheat. fiou however, advanced only by npprosl mainly barrels over the 1918 export. KnclAiH bought bushels valued at Italy, 8S3 bushels, worth Franco, 27.5S0.7I8 bushels, valuer! nt 68S; Flelplum, ued at SPOTTED FEVER IN RUSSIA roll thousand cases of spotted fever and typhus have been reported at N'arrn, Xorlhweslern llnssia, alirl in surround Ing districts, according to a dispatch lo UK: TMnlngon. EMPRESS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Cdnstipallon. although generally scribed as n disease, can never exisl unless some ui iiiu are derang- ed, which Is generally found to bo the liver. There is nolhlni; more productive cf general 111 hcallh Hum conptiiuillnn ot. Ihe bowels, nni! n regular nctbn is at- snhiUly essential lo general hcalli'. One of Hie most common, painful nnd 'troublesome troubles roused by con- sttipatlnn Is piles, and unless the bow- ela arc kept open by the use of a good lasallvo sncli us Alilliurn's Laxa-Wvcr I'ills the whole system will be poison' ed find many-different complications of diseases arise, so If you would be -well, keen your bowels regular. 'Mv. A. Under. Hustings St. K, Van- couver. II.I'., desire to os- ITCCT my liiiinks fur ivliul Slilbnrn'.s Laxa-Liver I'ills have done fnr me. I hail bcsn suffering from constipation for two years, nnd also had a had cousti ami headaches. I tried all sorts' of cures and remedies, but go not rc-t liof until I wna advised to try your pills. I eat great relief after the first! few Get Milburn lAsa-Uvtr l'ills you (ink for them or send KK and they will be sent liy return ran 11 by Tlio T. Millnirn Co.. Toniiuii, Advcrtlsenitnt. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Elsie Ferguson "Eyes QfltiGSflif A Beautiful Picture. Sse It! "THE VILLAGE SMITHY" A. Two-Reel Kcrcam. "FOX NEWS" "PATHETOKLY" IbriM Sytcticle QUMN OF THE SEA ttw -worUv mitt ANNETTE! KEL COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MONROE SALISBURY "HIS DIVORCED WIFE' JIM CORBETT In "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" MAJESTIC THEATRE Sat. Might, Feb. 21 THE INIMITABLE SCOT BILLY OSWALD IN "The Goose THE COMEDY OF TINKLING TUNES Prices 75c, 50c SEATS ON SALE, FEBRUARY 19TH One THEDUMBELLS 3S2DIV. THEATRICAL UNIT C.E.F. AUGMENTED BY STARS FROM EACH CANADIAN DIVISION IN THEIR'ORIGINAL OVERSEAS REVUE GORGEOUSLY GOWNED STAGED >.AS PRESENTED OVER KOO TIMES AT THE FRONT 22 SURE-FIRE SONG HITS 22 NOW ON A HOME COMING TOUR-ALL CITIES FROM COAST TO COAST Prices......'...............7Sc, SALE OPENS AT ARMSTRONG RAWORTH'S, 23RO Fri. and Sat. i- Big "Bill" Russell IN THE SIX-REEL SPECIAL "SIX FEET FOUR" THE SCREEN'S GREATEST WESTERNER IN THEV SCREEN'S BULLIEST A PLAY OF THE OPEti SPACES WHERE MEN LOVE STRONGLY, HATE DEEPLY SHOOT OUICKLY FACE DEADLY PERIL, RIDE LIKE THE WIND, AND CHERISH A FRIENDSHIP AS THEY DO THEIR OWN HONOR A MAN'S PLAY PLAYED BY A BIG TWO-FISTED, QUICK SHOOTING MAN'S MAN. "SOMEBODY'SNWIFE" Two-Heel Keystouo Comedy, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Adults 35 Cents; Children, 10 Cents; Saturday Matinee, Children 5c. Come to the Matinees or the Friday Evening Show if Possible, You May Have to Wait Saturday Night. 'Best Pictures, Projection and Music in the City TOMORROW and SAT. Charles RAV m Crate H? didn'i know that lay in the arm of steely bonds until driven by ft love and a necessity lhal would brook no opposition, he used1 It wilh terrif.o elfcot In the squared arena whsre he and Another had come to rjrips in the conflict, virile, vital men, AL ST. JOHN in a fast side-splitling comedy, "SPEED" LAST TIMES TOD AY ROBERT WARWICK in "MIZZOURA"