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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920 THK LETHBR1DGE' DAILY HERALD PA05 FtVfi PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Feb. graiu markets were strong for tho first two hours today, but during the last half- hour became very erratic with con- siderable .declines. The feature- of tbo trading was the now high record for the session In May oats of In tho cash market the spread In .oats was reported frotu to le lower, with barley and flax unchanged. Oats .closed. lo lower for May, and July lower. Barley lower for down. 'Flax closed lower for July. Hye lower for May. Quotations with Ju lower for May, and pATB-r- July Open. 95% Miy July -May, Jjlv JIYE jlay 500 4781; Close. 151% 14411 498 Bt Join ia his first Paramount-St.) In this big, dramatic slx-parl spe- will welcome this annouttcemnet, par- ohn 10U cattle acd 272 hogs being unload ed. The market -was steady, good butcher steers niado up to IVeavy cows up to with ordinary butcher cows, 57.50 lo canncrs, ?J-00 to one choice butcher heifer made tho buM; of good butcher heifers making from ?8.25 to 5S.50; good butcher bulls made 58.25; heavy calves averaging 400 to 500 pounds made }9.00 to 510.00; ono calf weighing 650 pounds sold for a cwt. Heary'stocker fleers made IS.50 tO 59.50. No hogs were sold at noon, pack- ers bidding JI9.00 off cars for selects. Winnipeg Llvertock Fell. WASHINGTON., Feb. miral Kobert Kdw'n Peary, .retired, Arctic explorer and discoverer of the Nonh Polo, died at his home here to- day from pernlcioW anaemia from which ho had suffered for .several years. .Arrangements funeral have not been completed, but he wilt bo buried with full naval honors. I Admiral Peary submitted to a blood ransfuslon at a hospital here ten days ago. Ho later was removed to ils homo and his condition-, then was reported as somewhat improved. Ho sraduailj' grew weaker.-however, and he end came early morning. .Dr. II. F. Strine, the .Taoilrars phy- sician, disclosed that the transfusion :his month was the thirty-first to which Admiral Peary has submitted within two years., Houerl Edwin Peary, for many years noted as an Arctic explorer, and famous as the discoverer of the North Pole, was born.at. Cresson, Fennsyl vania, May 6, 1956. On September 0, 1909, Peary sent a message to New -York from Indian Harbor, Capo Kacc, announcing bis discovery of the North Pole. His ac- tual'attainment of thc'polo.had been just five months before, .on April 6. 1909. When, this dispatch came, the world i g'colt" was, quite unknown to Peary, already I With Pc-ary's message there arose one of tho greatest controversies of air ages over tho honor of actual first discovery. Peary, with record of seven suc- cessful trips to the Arctic and his ofy the Irate father. 1 tectlon. of his 'escort along a dan-' virile types in which he appears to i The Colonial management announce -Hla acrobatls stunts anil falls in trail.: circumstances I that on Saturday a continuous perfor- Tho mountains of Kentucky, sorre mance from 1.30 until 11 o'clock will as a background for the romance and be run. This step 1s made necessary In adapting the- story for the screen owing to the fact that the Colonial none of the pictuiV 'ijue quality has has been taxed to it's utmost capacity will both amuse and between them, however, Sllss sacrificed. In it ia declared every Saturday night. With thy con- amaze. I as Wmnifred. puts over a charming! that Director Douglas Cerrard has tlnuous show running without aay Tho'Outing-Chester which U added, scene vls-a-vls 'a mysterious masked aceentaate-d the appeal of the novelist etopi between the matinee and night Crato tatlon of Jackson Gregory's popular, from a magazine story of the Ken- VaHop." j will be seen In mouutains messenger hoy.called engaging role of "Wlanlfred Waver- by mocd Gallagher and Mickey MoOre'. In addition to Salisbury's great fea- ture, the latest episode of tho smash- Elmer Elliott i Ing serial "The Mllnight Man" i big Jim Corbett will also ba offered. Tha story appeared in a pppuiar' Comedy will run riot In tho latest rescuing his sweetheart fiom society point to him as tho perpetrator of iropks, who kidnap her. are said to, numerous other hold-ups and shoot- barrage of laughs. The subse-! Ings. Quent rescue other from the crook's] this barrier Interposes itself rendezvous will both amuse and between them, however, SIlss Vale to the programme >-js greatest and strongest week end show ever seen at .the popular Riipress. THE RIGHT TO HAPPINESS this the: man of muscular build. Taking him and produced a picture that will bo shows it will assure good seals for the Ati Industry that cuts iragos below fho living level, that refuses to re- fer the stalwart Six Feet thoroughly enjoyed. big Saturday night crowds right assuming !hat he is playfully bur- Prominent Ir. Salisbury's support through the evening without any walt- lesqulng exciting hold-up of the'are Alice Elliot, Charles West, ing for. seats. The full show will bt night before, she pleads prettily not to have to put up her oh-so-dlrty hands. Then, as he continues to act out his part In grim earnest, turn tor their old jobs and an Industry Ihat permits the working conditions to .be unsafe and unheallhtul, cannot survive. This It one of the points driven home In "The Right to a photoplay of the hour which Is to bo seen Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day at the Colonial theatre. "The Right to Happiness" IB not a propaganda picture, neither is It a mealy-mouthed smoothing over sf a money It only he'll spare her she the life. So winsome IB she In her pleading that you wonder how even a desper- ado could resUt. MONROE SALISBURY ..TOPS WEEK-END SHOW "AT THE COLONIAL Charles LeMoyue, Alfred Allen, liay- run at all parfornmaces. "His Divorced a Universiil feature Salisbury as the star. Is the attraction for today and bad situation. U Is a forceful, smash-! Saturday at the'Colonial Theatre. Ad- ing'exposure of certain existing of Salisbury characterization ditions with tho solution pointed fit clearly and dramatically, Even .were for Ihe picture's own merit the name of the sUir would assure it success. I florothy Phllllpa, whose ivork In! "The'Hcart of Humanity" and "Des- tiny" was epochal, stars In "The Hlght Feb. 21st, Is said to be the best thing She depicts a dual in the way of plays that this jovial role; a ChlW of society and a child of the 'Russian soviet. t j th thcatro.golng praising Dr. Frederick A; Cook as the discoverer. Only" four days previous to the' Peary announcement, Cook, who -.vas on his way back to Copen- hagen on board a Danish steamer, had telegraphed "the claim .that, bo had reached the pole on April 21, nearly a year ahead of Peary. While Dr. Cook's claim did not go unQuestloned from the first, be had public. The play sparkles with clean whole- some comedy and laughs galore and the music Is of the tingling kind, It caused a mild sensation during Jlr. Oswald's visit East and the press and public were strong in their praise of "Billy" and his company. Some of the more popular song hlta from the musical score are: Allen Holubar, who produced "The Heart of directed this latest Universal starring vehicle of Miss Phillips. ALL 'SOLDIERS j[ REMEMBER THEM The most famous and best, Iove3 of all soldier-entertainers with 'a record of over catlle, 404 hoga, and 206 sheen. Light trading was in .progress on account of Ihe very offerings of cattle 'and quotations were gener- r.lly' steady with Thursday's close- for most classes and grades. A few cboice animals' passed over the scales at strong including one b'ull -weighing.. 17.40; at SI1.00 a cwt.; five choice calvqs averaging 416 pounds rwbidli lopped the market at a cwt., while best bulcher steers topped 'tha'market at J13.00. Wilh only a Tory moderate offering of hog's for today's trading tho market opened with bidding at for selects, fed and watered, which is in line with the advance of Thursday. Rates Up NEW y'ORK, Feb. Exchange on Ixiulon and the principal continental European centres wai at highest'lev- els toilay since. the low record of Feb. 4. when bills on London sold down to ,13.19. Today's early rates vance of 30 centimes to 13.27 for the dollar, nnd llres to 17.62. to Belgium and the Scan- dinavian. centres: 'also strengthened.; exchange-ascribed th' further recovery of foreign remit- tances to a partial readjustment 'of conditions and a moderate demand for and Paris. Steamship Tickets ROUMANIANS booking now for Kou- mania, fierilis open for 200. Boat sailing" March 2ml, Wo, liave passport applications on band nnd oro tickcU ROSSITER AGENCIES HIGINBOTHAM BLOCK 'MR. GLYN OSLER Toronto barrister, has Ijeo appointed a the Bell Tel plions. Company, succeeding -the lal iJ5. A. bash. 'i MAJESTIC SUNDAY EVENING AT 9JX) O'CLOCK SYMPHONY Orchestral Concert ulld a World In the Heart of a Bells of St. and "First Iflve." rlzs Ring Scene'is'Big Feature New Paramount-Artcraft 'Film. OPENING TODAY AT THE EMPRESS The company is composed entirely of soldiers who bare served an aver- age of' sixteen months in the tren- ches, before being, chosen.'as members of the Dumbells. In Hing. which is the title'rof Ihe original overseas revue which, they arc offering, several of the boys don shirts and do everything frr.iu. dnnctng to singing arias from grand opera. RIQUANT VOLA VALE AP- PEARS IN "SIX FEET FOUR" Plays .Opposite William Russell in Big American Super-Feature At Starland BY THE 1 -LETHBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY ORCHESTRA OF 20Pieces A Spfcndid Program Will Be Presented. SILVER COLLECTION Doors 8.45 COLONIAL Great Week End Show Today and Saturday THE PICTURE YOU'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER MONROE SALISBURY The Mansfield of the Sorter, In ALSO JIM CORBETT "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Stone his Ms spirit wanders upon hiiuself an- other's to shield his she and the guilty man seek happiness together. A new dramatic rendering of the eternal a grip- ping climax ana" a heart-satisfy- ing ending. NOW PLAYING. Special Comedy Featuro "MONKEY STUFF" with JOE MARTIN COLONIAL SELECT ORCHESTRA F1NR3T ORCHESTRA IN THE CITY Kiddies' Special Matinee Saturday 'Nights 35c and'IOc Continuous Performance-Saturday, 1.M till 11.00 p.m. Charles Kay packs an awful punch in bis latest Parainount-Artcraft pic- ture from the Ince studio, "The 3rate which opens at Uvs Bmpress Theatre toilny. That goes fo.- the whole picture as well as the big; scene where Charlie knocks a crook-, cd pugilist cold in tho roped arena. AD the story go2s, Mr. liny starts1 out ns helper for the express agent In his town, who also harpens lo ba his girl's father. A packet of money s stolen, ait'.l suspicion points toward Davs Haskoll, the agent. So Charlie skips out of town to mystify tho folks a little and lands a job in Chicago as r-parring partner for a noted pugilist. In the- meantime, a cheap spbi't from the Is trying lo win Char- lie's firl back in the home town. Charlie wins a big battle in tbo. ring just in time to discover that the city chap is really the thief, and all (1 serene in Pitt's Junction. Great Comedy Hit That he is OUR of the best aEhlctcsf in pictures clearly shown by VoIa'fValo, delightful heroine of a hundred sllvcrsheet. stories, has the leading feminine part in "Six Feet the feature Illin of tho week- eni at Starland. FAMOUS GERMAN CRUISER "EMDEN" BACK IN COMMISSION AS A UNIT OF BRITISH! FLEET. Tlis famous German cruiaor Is again back In commission n.i a battleship, but this Umo It (3 The lindon was amongst (hoso sunk at Scapo Flow by tho Germans but since then II ban been salvaged p.nd refilled :he British Government. TUo pholograpu shows tho Emdcn'and lie Nurnberg, another German sv.p.'ai they lay It Scapa Flow. HURRY! IF YOU A SEAT TONIGHT-TOMORROW Film A sixwr psmucTuw OF UIUSUAL UIPIT WJTJJAM RUSSELL 'Big Bill" Rusf ell ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE AND MABEL NORMAND "FATTY AND MABEL ADRIFT" Two Big Reels. Positively the First Time In the City. "TOPICS OF THE DAY" The Best Show In the City. Adults 35c Children'' 10c Saturday Matinee, Children So EMPRESS TODAY; TOMORROW Pictures That's Best Music That's Different Projection That's Unequalled Crate It's a wonderful story, for wonderful Charles Ray, A mighty etory of'the squared ring where strong men battle for money, for fame, and for love and right. AL ST. JOHN In Hlj First Fast, Slippery Side- Splitting Comedy if Two Thousand Feet of Comedy Film Wh'ch Contains Two Thou eand Hearty Laughs. Outing Chester's "Train- ing Neptune" Special Children's Matinee f SaVrdny MAJESTIC THEATRE lat. Ijlit, fell. 21 THE INIMITABLE SCOT BILLY OSWALD (is THA: A FAC) IN <6nri_ Ihe Goose THE COMEDY OF TINKLING TUNES 75c, 50c SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S One Night-Wed., Feb. 25 THEDUMBEILS 582DIV. THEATRICAL UNIT C.E.F. AUGMENTED BY STARS FROM EACH CANADIAN DIVISION IN THEIR ORIGINAL OVERSEAS REVUE GORGEOUSLY GOWNED STAGED AS PRESENTED OVER 500 TIMES AT THE FRONT 22 SURE-FIRE SONG HITS 22 NOW ON A HOME COMING CITIES FROM COAST TO COAST Prices.....-.................75c, SALE OPENS AT ARMSTRONG 4 RAWORTH'S, MONDAY, 23RD ;