Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBRIDGl'. DAILY HERALD AGE FtVB PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS HETOE WINN'IPEC, Feb. With only u fair demand and moderate offerings, the trading In the. cash market was 'again .today, 'f'ho demand for top grade oats was iioor with spreads! "RIGHT TO HAPPINESS" LAST TIME TONIGHT Dorothy rhllllps. photoplay star, was seen last night at the Colonial theatre in her newest Jewel produV Itight to Happiness." which and directed by Allen ______...... creator ot "The Ik-art jot Humanity." Miss Phillips rises to superlative t, drajuatic heights in her presentation WISXIPEC. Feu. Canad- thing- that was sad there c( a role and her success In char- Ian ouly witness of tho i A. J. Andrews and K. B. Russell was, tvvo girts Of wjjely ditterenl 'LiVtiu v ill I. was L Hulubar. tin reported of! Ic. There was fair morning at thu .strike leaders' trial not reported. surroundings and environments has mand for the lov.-er grades which were was L. U. Drlndlcy, A former BOWS-J The witness objected to the msnner been proclaimed by many critics as on We. Lower grades ot barley wero Ic better, rtax and rye. unchanged. Oats closc.l 3-Si- lower for May ami July (Jnwn. Harloy closed papcnnau cf Winnipeg, and now oliin which Mr.-Bonnar put his quest- even greater than she achieved in ,wa. who testified to meetings at, ionSi faying that the "words were "The neari city hall here iiud'al llranilon, and out into his mouth." Mr. she play; Otta the ci various circumstances concerning the 1-l'c lower for Jlay and July, respcc- general strike. lively. -Flax closed Sc'lower for May! The manner !u'which It.'A. Bonrcar, wlili'jnfy l> Me better anil rye closed! K. C.. counsel for the defense, con- 1 3-4e lower. 'May Juiy' July May .Inly May Msv..... Julv Quotations Open. 47S CM 47S 150V- 143 of Ilumanliy." ihe parts o! (win girls. lo Mr. Justice Metralfc iosone o[ whom is reared in Russia and charge Ihe wljncss to "answer ques-- nurtured in the atmosphere of radical- tlons and not to talk so much." ism. .and lhe other is an American, Mr. Justice Metcalte, however. ?aid daughter of a multi-millionaire, his cro.ss-eiiimtuation was thejjio would noL "use coercion with the: who has no thought except for own cause of further admonition by Mr. Justice Me'calfe. Me declared that ho did no; believe that the constitution of these gratification girls and 'amueemoni. The four London theatres. The play was I written by Mra. Clifford .Mills amlt leala with naval incldc-ntd In Hie clo.s-j jig days of the great war. It Is not. i however, a war play in the general' acceptance, of the icrm, for not' a single- shot is fired and except for thu prologue all of the scenes take place in tho polite atmosphere of an Eng- lish drawing room. The central char- peters arc British officers wl'o find themselves surrounded by Herman spies iti disguise. Mr. Hutchison jip- as the British commander of a submarine who is tlie object of attention on the part of tbe spies. I while his company includes Miss Mur-! lei Marlin-Harvey, daughter of the' wclMiiiown English actor; Miss Mild- red Mies Klsie Stranach. Mr. J. If. Croker-King. Mr. A. 1'. Kaye, Mr. Patrick Ludlow. -Mr. Aubrey Mather, and a number of others. "The Luck of thi) Xavy.'1 presented While Mr. Bonnar continued lita material; tmt mi further 1 yciirs before, 'durloe a Cossack i V'ondon'a'Mhe cross-examination, in which ho repeat- argument o! Mr. llonnui to the effect: pogrom against tho Jewish clement. I, transferred cJly asked the 'witness to "refresh his, that he merely "wished to refresh his One of Ihe girls is adopted by a Jew- Yca n memory" from newspaper reports. A. the cross-examination wasjjsh family and tho otter is brought Umlc rull ot mofiths. li. will be 174 5or> .-17S 'IT! Cash Prices Xo. 2 O.VV... 00 Xo. 3 C.W.. No. 1 feed.. !'l No. 2 feed. Tr.Tk llelertcd....... FLAX- NO. 1 X. f Xo. 2 No. 4 C.W... J. Andrews, K. C.. crown counsel, gavo i a suggestion which started a spirited" contest of "passing opinions" hetwecn. counsel until Mr. Justice Metcalfo in- terfering with the ruling, "that if either counsel'again attempted to In- terrupt the proceedings ho wonld be compelled to After a three-hour lion by Mr. llonnnr, W. A. PritcharJ, j one of the accused, questioned the wlt-i ness concerning his hnowledgo of j I newspaper work In an endeavor to i conned his reports with' editorial i opinion. Sitting down a few minutes' .later. Prltchartl said be was imslsk-j en in his contenUoub. 1 Alderman Heaps, another of tho at cused .IKsn cros.s-exnmlned tho allowed to proceed. (back to America; Mr. llounar referred to copies ot the i The llussiau-reared girl is known as Western Uibor N'ews as he conducted So'.iia. "little comrade" of (lie radicals. his cross-ejaminalion. She predominates the radical meet- ings by her fiery eloquence and at leugili is sent to lAmerion as an envoy of the radical leaders to stir up strife and discontent among the workmen in this connlry. She- finds a fertile fiolil among tlie workmen of iicr father's factory. givcn hero exactly as it was cd at a special command perform- ance before Her Majesty Queen Mary, and the- Royal Family, for the llritish Iloyai Naval Fund for Prisoners o'. War. last October. Subseciucnt to thlfi performance the Queen of Knglaud sent to Mr. Hutchison, through her private secretary, u letter expresFiiw her pleasure at witnessing a perfor- mance of "The Luck ot the BLANCHE SWEET SUPPORTED BY POPULAR FAVORITES IN NEW PHOTO DRAMA HluuiUie Sweet, supported by an un- usually strong cast, comes to S'.arlaud ihe.Urn Jrulpi- ilml tnmnrrnu- in a SIJCC- Calgjry Livestock ittlement throughout the strike. Cross Examine Reporter a lonely niollier lhe" roiicnisi her bargain (tALGAUY, Resuming I ing I throughout the country for her miss she nteets her ideal in' an em- tor fifteen years and i) ployee of her husband's. Miss coundl May 050 topped the murkot at A taulira made heavy cows inadej to.show "every- common tovfs, .__________________ one beef heifer brought i---------- good veal calves, J9.25 to J9.75. Nn hogs were solil at noon. Winnipeg LivestocX Feb. lit s: 232 cattle, C29 9 sheep. The market was again quiet with S quotations. Qboii hy' steers, "to; of i" coud heifers, .slock'ers, null i feeders were slmv-a few fair Pfoposc Amendment I Apl Tn Tnkp f'urft Hi iheii lins'licr walk into ler house one dav. it reallv amounts to the Eaino; long and. siilenoifl careci. Wheeler remembered COLONIAL .NEXTMON..- MARCH 1st NIGHT ONLY SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT BY POPULAR REQUEST F. RAY COMSTOCK and MORRIS OEST PRESENT THE EMINENT ENGLISH. ACTOR PERCY HUTCHISON And His Entire London, Eng., Queen's Theatre Company The First All-English Company to Visit America since 1914, in "The Luck of the Navy" By CLIFFORD MILLS Exactly as Played by Mr. Hutchison for Two Years in London, Same Magnificent Cast and Production which played to a capacity audience here recently. Anil as ;ti u Ujuecii Mary, and the command per forma nee IKivM Family, for the Her Majesty, British Xaval Fund. SEATS NOW SEUUNG AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH Last Times Tonight! DOROTHY PHILLIPS BIG COMEDY ON SAME BILL 'ox Sunsbine Comedy. "Datnnscd Xo GcoJs'' is ot- I termites a hero and u 1 villain, is a. villain ns mean as any- one oonld for. Wesley'-ilavry, I r 1HAPPINE55 tbo freckle-faced fcid vvlio sbarctl hon- ors with Mary .Plckfonl in "Daddy ferect on the Mil "with -Marguerite i Long and with nianclio Sweet Clark. It is saiil that it is the best in "Tho gets a lot ,edy offering the T.miiress lias of lanehs out ot hfs part. Othefs in this season. includes- iho cast are Spoltiswoode AHken, Mil- N. A. Act To Titke C'are Disabled Judges little to no iminiry for feeders, With only a modciale supply oil hogs, bidding was keen, and selects, i .led watered, changed Jtantls at 'fJS.Io'in' li.ne with Thursday's 'OTTAWA, .Feb. 27. 'of ioc. of. 'jusiice has __iny knqwn us wcl1 os the 'Pox. ton nqss. Joseph Swickard und Fred- crick Starr. "THE ETERNAL MODERN DRAMA OF COMPASSION AT COLONIAL NEXT WEEK KnJorsatJons fioir. sctre.s of wom- en's clubs, mayors of cities, ministers and laymen, vice investigators, social ro.roniiers, police cotn'miFsioners, -The minister notice In the an Kins liorlies thp start V U 1 J tt, V D British photod'rama "The Eternal Magda- IOU Helped ttlC K. I America Act as will niwido. for comcs (0 Colonial Pliilrli-Bn'e SI1PHixr Fnnrl T Ijemoval of Judges who are physically j for three days Hailing next LhUtlren S Sftelter runtt. duties. ThcUvcdncsilny will undoubtedly raise a amendment, proposed, reads: storm of for 'and PERCY HUTCHISON Tlie first of tho eminent Biigliali actors lo visit Canada since 1514. sup- ported by his original queen's Tlicalrr Company, London, if Percy Hutchison. one of tliD best known actor-managers in (he Old Country., Jfr. Hutchison returns to the Majestic theatre next Monday, March 1st In "The Luck of. j the ii recent London success I which van two consecutive years in HE HASN'T RETIRED YHT, AND JUST TO PROVE IT THERE WILL BE A REAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW AT THE MONO AY, AND CHARLES GHAPLIN Will Demonstrate His Flivver in "A Day's his fourth Picture. "The governor-general may iaHue u commission of Inanlry to one or more judges of a superior court for the pur- pose of ascertaining whether any siieciflctl judge of a superior court is disahleil from the carrying out of the duties OL liis office, and after due In- he found by the commission thnt such jii'Igc is so disaljled. he it is shown here. Although Robert IK ivhcn he wrote "The Magda- set out oiiH" (o provide n erful and interesting play, be cil 3 mcsmgc more forced] 1 than conH I conio from plat form nr imlpit. "Tho Etcrnnl deals witli i a social condition as as HID human CtO'SLftlnll on nccounUof such disability, uc re-1 nice and which liaF lb? at- movable by the tempted reforms of many centuries, unmcll." McLauglUin npither nor Under tbe present provisions ot (ho 1 comlomned Ihis ccnulUion, InU present- British North Ameriea Act, a Judge a gtory which argued for cliarify. removable on an address by both! Here are some of tbe comments made houses of parliament, and some mis-Jon tbe play: on the part of the judge Rev. C. Peters, lha fain- wonld lio predicted in such an action, i 0113 minister: "Of all'tho sermons The amendment would permit, tbe gov-lever preached through'pictorial reprP-' crnmcnt lo reniove a Judge vho was'jsentation, I know of none thai can; no longer aide for physical reasons, toi equal 'The Eic.rna.1 Mngdalcne' irt. itn-t exercise his functions. prc.ssive force Florence Guernsuy, of Ui1: i WILL STUDY j York FrdcraUon of Women'K Cliilifi: "C'onld any one of us-who feels I 5TRAS3BOUHG, Feb. upon to criticism of any als for thu CRlaWishment of a com in of our fellows first ace 'The Ktcrn Look at Tongue! Remove Poisons From Stomach, Liver and Bowtls. WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVE HER ALONE of experts to siudy tbe llon of.a proletariat republic pf So- viets'" have been laid before (he In- the world, 1 do believe, wonld be heller. Wo would bo slower to condemn without first feeling Ihnl tGrnallonal Socialist congress in ses-j we had something belter to offer tlinn eion here. Reports'read at the con- the thinp we criticized." gress show the Socialist France had Increased from 30.000 in January. 1919, to in January. 1920. Keiv jitcidenls liave occurred Miss TCvii feel that t must write j r and tell you of the Kreat benefit 1 have r'ceivcd from Milhiiru's Heart nn-.l -Nerve I'illi. Aliotit four-years aso t tnkcn lerriltli- .with my heart, nerves and fninting spells, ntid was ildwn In bed for iibout six nrcmtlis. I x iloctorcil two different doctor.-, iinrt pecmed 'o Ket belter, although the fainting spells would not le.-uv 1 would lake such terrible tallS. vlierover I was. that it was not safe tojonvc me aloac at any time. At last 1 decided to resort (o proprietary mcd- 920. Kcw jncidenls liav so far. Uritlfh delegate? hnvn com- plained of their five-hour detention tu (Boulogne hy delcclivos saying that lianiphlets aiullnow: possession wspapers f soizeil. 'BABES IN TOYLAND" Mary Ooode, who figured hi tho fam- ous vice Eternal is Ihe bes; rc-pre.sentatioti of ihe social evil irtcans than has ever been presented It is the hearl of pi'opjo -that must be Tleformiitorics do not re- form.'' in addition to the evening perform- ances, a special iiiatincc for will hn given on each day of tlie WE NEED ONLY ANNOUNCE OUK PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Blanche Sweet "A Woman of Pleasure" Jcdies and took several difforenj kinds, j receive but little bsnefil with Mnudo Adams. COLLABORATOR- DEAD ing, ('hlldrcn uiidsr 16 years of ag. truay not ho admitted unlcss accoTii NBW VOIUC, Veh. Annie Alice paiiled pai-euts. Chapiti. writer, who collaborated the libretto of "Dalies in died at her homo here yesterday. Mrs. Chapln wrote many books on musical topics besides novels, fairy slorlej mid short stories. She was forty yenr.s old and was Iho widow of Robert I1 Harold Lloyd "Captain Kidd's Kids" The Second of the Two- Reel Cornedlcs, Come tonight if possible. You may not be able to get in to- morrow night. The greatest pro- gram ever shown in the city at popular prices. Adults 35c. EMPRESS the Best in Are Shown Movies Now Showing MISS CLARK'S LATEST OFFERING, A .BEAUTIFUL STORY OF ROMANCE AND MOTHER LOVE, A SIGH, A TEAR, AND THEN A BIG LAUGH. A BIG SPECIAL FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY Damaged No Goods' Rip-Uoaring Slippery C'om- 'fty with a great cnst of uoto.l inch.ulfng iho Fox Maid's, You'll you'll scream, and yoti't Itest you've EJCCII. CONCERT ORCHESTRA Rrices, 10c and 25c Special Matinee for Children Tomorrow DC' Have You Helped the K. Pj Children's Shelter Fund? Accept '-California'' Syrup ol Fig-. 5iily--lmi'i fur lhe nnrnc Cnlifornln on (lie packngo. llU'it you aro sure your! clillil la linving best niul most I liiinulcsrt laxutivo iir pliysic (or the 1 bioiiinuli. livsT CliiM- rr.n iuvu its clcllciwiB frully tnslc. i iHrorUons for chiitl's rloso on Ciicli bot i lln. (Jive ii w-IOionl (o.ir. Motlior! Yon wy "Cniifonim." i ArlverliscincnL The Mystery Woman of All Ages Across lite table from you the. bright res' taurant. Beyond the w.ill that dividts your apartment from her her heart cut in the darkness, At the giove counter rubbing elbows with your wife or daughter. In the seat beside you at the theatre; watch- ing her heartaches on the chok- ing her conscience in bitter defiance. There she riddle of all ages and todpy. What are you going to do with her, or for her? She Js the problem of your town and my town. Will answer you with a sob or a sneer? bni seemed to fiom them. One day noticing tho ad- of Jlllburn's Mean ann Xrrfo I'ills I decided lo try tlicm, and I had (liken luoro two! boxes could seo were lieipinp, inc. I .have taken nbouftten hoxes, and iiin aimoat cured of those tcrrlblj J feel that your medl- <-iiie has proved a blessing to me, anil f advise any one troubled with their Iieurt to try them, as I am confident darter, u-ho appeared in several plaifc WILL APPEAL MANITOBA j COMPENSATION ACT CASE! WINNlPKd, Feb. to the I privy council in the Workmen'R Coni- i pensation Act case will be made, ac- cording to 0. Crlehton, counsel for j the plafutift. The appeal will be based, It is understood, on the ground of unconstitutional legislation in Hi appointing of tho board as well as the they will find fact thai the findings of tho board, .by MilhurtTs Heart and Xciyc Piils am its constitution arc The Judg- r.Or a box at all dealers or mailed rll- rnnnt hr.ndcd down by Ctitaf JuaMco red, on VcoelpL of prluc Ths T. Mil- Malliers, which was reserved the hum Co., Limited, Toronto, .Manitoba court of appeal, 5? claimed TerUsemonU Mr, Crlchlon as btlug fair. Under ihe Auspices of ihe G. W.V.A. THE CHOIR OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE PRESENT QUEENESTHER A CANTATA IN FIVE ACTS Majestic Theatre, Thurs. March 4ih AT 8.15 P.M. Reserved Seat Sale opens at Armstrong ,ind Raworth's Jewelry 'Store on Tuesday, March 2ncf. Reserved 'Seats, 75c -General Admission, 50c The ETERNAL MAGDALENE She is Everywhere FROM THE FAMOUS PLAY BY ROBERT H. MCLAUGHLIN. A BIG HUMAN DRAMA OF COMPASSION. Wednesday CHILDREN UNDER 16 NOT ADMITTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS.