Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERAM) PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE Open 149 Hi Clcee- OSy. SDK 150% 505 -173V WINNIPEG, 24.r-T.io local markets wore ajaiii cxlremely quiet l-iday with oats bar' ley somewhat Indifferent and all offerings light. Oats spreads wero reported .'a .to lo better. Out barley, flax and rye Here dull with spreads im-hnnged. Oats closed higher for Hay July .jo better; barley high- er'tor May, anil July 2c up; flax Hosed for Jlny, with July 5Vi higher, "nye closed --lie higher for Wi.y. Quolalicua: May July 'May--------. July Slay 1 July Ilyc4- Jlay 1C Prices 8 C. W. 57U 3 C. D3.4 J Kced Feed S C. W. .170% i .C. W.'... .1449 Track.................. ...150% _TN'. W. C....................635 2 C. W. ....500 3 0. W. .'.'..465 -----505 2'C. W. Winnipeg Livestock WIN.S'IPKa, Feb. (Dominion Livestock light Ship- merits.-continued today. Receipts 98 cattle and 1S5 hogs with practically iiothins-ill sight. There was a-good demand tor me- dium-weight butcher sieera, the hulk ot the" morning sales consisting of iliii chEs of -stock. A. of choice duality lopped the market at 13.50 while anolliej good load evenly tlesh eil and averaging made, 12.00; .decliled scarcity: ot feinale. huf'cher- a few of at Stoclicr aiid feeder trade .was trcniely-quiet. A limited number of good'bulls sold for S.OO.- The market generally was steady Bidding on hogs. 6pen63'-.at 18.50 tuiv.Belccts, fed and watered. Calgary LiVettock CALGARV, '7''eb. Livestock Business was at the stockyards today, offer- ings being light In cattle ami hogs. cattle, 030 sheep and 05 hogs came in during.the morning. Toji lirico for butcher steers was 10.75 for ii bunch of 20 ayeragjng.1104 pquuds Six cows averaging S40 pounds soli at 21'aVcrasiuS-1150 pounds brought 3.50. 'Two calveq averaging 420 sold at 5.35. Lambs brought ll.Oi r. cwt., select hogs were quote at 19.00 -with' no sales. N. Y. Stocks XBW YORK, Feb. sales': 0. P. R. 122 1-2; U. S. steel S. steel preferred, 111 1-2. Exchange Rales NEW YORK. rate on demand bid's for the English pound sterling dropped' 5 1-1 -cents hero I day, opening at ?3.35 1-4.' The (lis- I rale on Canadian money was Quoted a> 13 to 13 1-2 per.oeut. at Ihe j opening. Franc cheques opened at tho 14.30 for tho Amorlcan dollar, j olt sis centimes, and lire' cheques were 'quoled nl 1S.40. The Qerman mark v.-n's quoted at A( Ihe Dinl-of the first hour de- jiiaml sterling had rallied lo 53.38V4, up 3Ue from the opening. Cables wero Discount on Canadian lixonoy was quotcd.-at to per cenl. at noon. ue la Cruz, Wln'Jwd. Greenwood, and How- aril GayoA The picture Is a Para- mount-Artcratt and. was.directed, by James Cruse. Irene "Csstle in "The Invisible togetier with Tho Speak Easy tack Senaetl's new comedy, are be- ng offered lonlgKt for the last times, PLEASIKG VAUDEVILLE j" -.AT THE COLONIAL attractive hill that greatly pleased a bumper house was offered at the Colonial Theatre lasl night, being Ihe currjenl "lllp" show. Rotlach and Miller atarted the fun last night with'tfielr medley ot song and dance, which they put over with H dash of originality. The girl mem bor of the duo dances well and slags couple of songs iri fine style, ivhlls her partaer greatly pleased ivith his share In One of the best acls.of the season I came, heit on the 'bill with the'.ap: j pesrance of Jlorse and Clark in thelc, artistic vocal episode. Both these younc lellows have exceptionally flne a tenor and the-other a haritouei-which they use to the best possible advantage In their rendition >f iv number of songs, sung to their >wn piano accompaniment. Jack La Yctta, an Hawaiian imisical cntertamcr oiters a somewhat differ- ent musical set, using a variety of dif- ferent Instruments, particularly a big Hawaiian Ucatah, on which he plays a repertoire ot musical numbers. His imitations are very good, and he fin- ishes hU act in a novel way with a buck and-.wiag dance to Ids own ac- companiment. The Eddy Sisters, throe damts maids and one tiny tot, the vaudeville, eud the show wliU very pleasing act. They introduce a number of specialties anil display tal- ented versatility. One ot tho best photoplays seen tere for sonic considerable time tops the picture bill in of "The Oiher Half" Urentvrood spec- al attraction. H Is an appealing; drama .of the classes and the masses aud Is handled skilfully by an all star cast A rollicking comedy entitled Oh You East Lynne" a burlesque on the famous old "mellerurammer" fur- nUhes lots of laughs, and an artistic iouch. is added to the pictures by the Pathe Color Review, an exceptionally' interesting reel. Tho i Colonial Con-1 cert Orchc-sira as UBual'offcr some fine i orchestral music tjjat is a credit to the! theatre. 1 The Eame fine show will be offered again tonight (Tuesday) for tho last] time. It is well worth seeing. TONIGHT Dorothy Gtsft, 'Nobody Home This is a story that will make you laugh. Are you supersti- tious? See this. AT SEA" Comedy, and. THE GREAT GAMBLE' COLONIAL TONIGHT TWO AND 'HIP' VAUDEVILLE THE 4 EDDY SISTERS In Study in Daintiness1" JACK LA VETTA Hawaiian. Sluslclnii. ROTTACH A MILLER In "Bits of Musical Comedy" MORSE AND CLARK In "An. Artistic Vocal Episode" Special Feature' Photoplay "THE OTHER HALF" "OH YOU. EAST LYNNE'' TUijtous Burlesque PATHE REVIEW The Unusual Reel COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Prices: Adults 50; Chijdren 25 MAJESTIC THEATRE '_.____________________________- ;f-______________ Night-Wed., Feb. 25 THEDUMBELLS 532DIV. THEATRICAL UNIT C.EX.F. AUGMENTEP BY STARS FROM EACH CANADIAN DIVISION IN THEIR If- GORGEOUSLY GOWNED .STAGED AS PRESENTED OVER 50O TIMES AT'THE FRONT SURE-FIRE SONG HITS 22 DIRECT FROM FIVE WEEKS IN TORONTO SEE HOW OUR LADS WERE! ENTERTAINED IN ZONES 75c, v SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND. RAWORTH'S Where the Bert In Movies Shown LAST TIMES TODAY Irene Castle The Invisible Bond'' Also MACK BENNETT'S New Comedy Hit, THE SPEAK EASY COMING TOMORROW There would be no holding back now. The bars mre down, in for one'of the -biggest screen surprises of your life. CONCERT MUSIC-PROJECTION UNEQUALLED TREMENDOUS SPECIAL ATTRACTION! Under the Auspices of the G.W.V.A. THE CHOIR OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE PRESENT MajesticTheatre, Thurs. March4th -f AT Q 1K D M AT 8.15 P.M. Reserved Ssat Sale opens at Armstrong and Raworlh's Jewelry Store on Tuesday, March 2nd. Reserved Seats) 7Sc General Admission, 5 Oc 3 DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK Adults Children 50c 25c 3 Times Daily: Matinees, 2.30; Nights 7 and 9 THEATRE NOTICE Additional (hentro readers will be found-on S.' CTARLANO AH Playing in Winnipeg Next Week at Dollar Prices In the greatest dual ever enacted on rtKe silver DOROTHY 'PHILLIPS rises to heights _n ____j teen, in, Hfe. TOMORROW AND THURSDAY OPENING AT THE EMPRESS TO- 'MORROW IN GREAT PICTURE Rousing one's self out of. a sound slvmlicr ia unpleasant enough nl the How would you like to ho awakened by feeling the cold nose ol a'revolver jiresscil against frour left ihr; In "An Adveiiluro the motion picture starring llohert Warwick al the Bnuiross -Theatre to- morrow-'and Thursday, the hero" is a secret agent who escapes from the clutches of government officials and spends Ills first night of freedom In ii haymow. His pursuer's gun is his alf.rm clock in tho morning. Somfs Idea of the speed with which tills en. -torlainlng screen romance movca loay be cleaned' from tho fuel that i'ne next night Warwick Siiond.s in exquisitely decorated guest cham- ber of an Jtalian noblomnn. Tlio mow- ing ot a cat onlsldc Ills room lit mid- night a'delightful love atfnir and plungca the soldier-star into .1 fine melange of hlackmallsrs, es- tranged husbands ami wives, and Xihemlng villains. "An Adventure in Hearts" ia a pic- (nrlr.allon of Antliony Hope's well- known novel, "Captain Dieppe." The Cast, supporting Mr. Warwick in eludes tho heanlifn! Ilclcnp Chad And you .want to her tell her, to Vivianfspoilt darling, "YesJ you she, the An emotional STAR ALUM iy Peter B Kyne. Scenario by Marlon Fairfax. Directed by James Cruze. A nigged tale of the redwood slopea-of gianls forest, of glanla among men. In the vnsl scarred regions of the west, a simple world of love and sentiment meets a cruel world bf money and power. Thaa tho erim clash of Ihe lumber camps, with no quarter naked and no mercy given. A' picturp of majestic power, of blood-stirring tender appeal to Ihe heart. Three dnys only. KEYSTONE COMEDY f "FOX NEWS" AND "PATHE WEEKLY Tremendous in theme the eight great acts of this greater and better photoplay serves as_. the. setting Break" iaLllTEngagemeliitsytdvCO ME i I_ _ _ __ _ Production Allen Hokbftr, J.who created "The Heart of again tho biirtiet. of. theSScreers Lyrith. hand.'