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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JAMJAR? 3, 1920 DAKVT IIKBATJJ PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS t Jan. dcsiand fct' m' grades of oats featur- ed to'duy'B market, but offerings were ;iot ,very brlak aud tho volume of bus- Icess. very light. Barley of Hie quality was also eagerly sought by the .traders.'Cash fhi vnaa Inactive, the crushers snapping up the few cars available. Oati were lower for and July deliveries. Havloy closed low- er for Jlay and July was not quoted today. Flax.-iras lower tor .May and Kc'lower for July. May rye clot- ed lower. Open May 91 July......... 91 Barley- Way... 157 Way..........1 -IS5 July C1CB3 9351 90 481% TO KEEP BOOZE OUT OF MANITOBA Jan. provincial government'will decide to prohibit lie eipor- Utlon of liquor from MMI- toba was in-tlniited today by lion. T. H. Johuon, attorney- "It ta-not the people who waut llqaor." he as- sorted. "Tkogo In the business aro tho only pergohg who want v exportation H1DECMS "Will M. Ritchey from ttorr by Dana Burnet and by Gaorge Melford. DOtlOTHY GISH'S "THE HOPF. CHEST" SUPERBJMCTURE Suppose you vrcre )mi married: Suppose you lookirf upon u oua-i with high .social standing, and you! had promised lo love honor and pro-1 vldo for one of your father's working' girls, without his knowledge. Sup- pose your father found It out and fore- j ed you to separate from your wife. Suppose your cousin, who U In lovo with, you, tells you that your wife has been at twelve o'clock at night saying goodbye to one of the most widely known rogues ot the city, i Suppose you later found your "wife in his f.rms. AVhat would you do? These are the problems that fronted Tom Ballontyne, In "The Hope Chest." Dorothy Glsh's second Paramount picture' which wlil be shown at Slarland on Monday and Tuesday. Their solution hy Ballsntyne, and way Dorothy as the wife accepts I the ablution constitutes one of tho chatter, Iu which the male member Impersonates a country baob. He is of those jolly come- dians, who will you In good humor and lanfklnt while !n your company. Tudor and Star.toii A versatile air of nifty artists pre- senting a new, unique and novel of- fering, wTilch Utey hail ab "Singing Ecjuiltbrtstlc con- sisting of a double Elnglng and dune- Ing number by this clever duo. The young lady sings, her latest song hit, "Mjr Baby's The male mem- ber then does a routine 3l contor- tion feats that are artistically performed. .Madge Kennedy, iho delightful com- edienne, will top the photoplay bill in the latest Goldwyu success "Daugh- ter of .Mine" a delightful story of ro- mance and Adventure. The L Ko com- edians will offer another great com- edy, and with the Colonial orchestra offering cnother tuneful concert, the bill will be'rlght up to the mark moments, go back to the desert, and succeeds in winning the good graces a great moral is shown In the new- of the audience. Her rendition of the found happiness ol John Stanley and duet, "Love with 'the aid ot his wife, Mlgnon, jGeoree Usher as Is one o( Louise filniim plays the pail ol the i Iho particular bright spots ol the Woman. Ma'r Vnnrn tha fthntr 4JUUOT7 niiiuui luaj law pan 01 ine V woman, Matt Moore portrays the role show. of John Stanley; Gdwlu Stevens that! Do you ot the Russian baron, vftllo Master' I'at Moore most realistically pictures Iho appealing and sympathetic role of (he little boy. "Sahara" comes heralded as one o( tho truly big photoplays of the sea- son, and has been shown everywhere at greatly Increased prices to tremen- dous success. It Is a picture that once seen bnngs back a desiro to gee I it again. It will be offered hero at tho Colonial starting next Wednesday, with a magnificent orchestral accom- paniment know what "Chin Chin" That's the Chinese for Ing you "A Happy New Year" or cheerful greeting, sanctified by cus- tom; Is also used for drink hearty, hero's to you, in fact, for any saluta- tion. So here Is "Chin Chin" for you and rcaii at tho Majestic neit week. CHIN" A SHOW OF GOOD MUSIC 2 O.W. 91% 3 c.W. Kstra 1 Feed ........___ 1 Feed SS% 2 Feed S C.W. J-V-ed 2 C.W.'.'. 1C5 4 C.W. lot the city on the J' trail, near the station of Oliver, at a i purchase price of from John Timothy, well-known railway contrac- tor, for a permanent home for the ..153 treitment of inenlal detectives, was .............133 announced last evening by Hon. Oco. P. Smith, minister r.f education. The is admirably situated, being only 3 C.W......441 fivo miles from tho oulskirls I uf and with splendid rall- Winnipeg Llveotock r facilUe3.Accommodation win eotock [be provided on Ihe site immediately jan. (Dominion for 35D or 400 children, the building Receipts. Ihis morning were to be started as, soyn as jiosslhle. Tho only S2 cattle and 157 constitute inslitutlon will be built on the unit ing one of smallest receipts for jsyslem and added to from year to year .1 day on reconl. Only cars were as leaulred. Tho site has been ap- roporled In sight for Saturday. TJierc proved ty the national secretary on vvero not enough cattle to constitute. n care of the feeble-minded, Dr. Iliulis, market and trailing was practically at by Dr. Cook, superintendent of Po- .1 standstill. ;Hogs .were steady with .uoka asylum. This work hojn han- uric's m line Friday's close. No (died .In a temporary way up to the ih-iuge in guolaUon- from 'ist sent oufFriday nighl. j- New York Stocks YOHK Jan CPR, 134, United States Slcel ,lH85s, United States Steel preferred. present hy the government In South Edmonton.' where 35 children bnen ntider treatment. have GUELPH BUY :3TART CONSTRUCTION OH C.P.R. LEADER LINE ITS STREET RAILWAY CUKLPH. Onl., by-law providing for the purchase of the Giielnh Radial luilrrad to be taken MEDICINE HAT, Jan. v Brown an lounced on hit re- .turn from Winnipeg that the C.N. would push construction on the fiat Hanna thlt spring, while tljei C.P start eonrtruc- tlort oii.thd'Leoder branch line. over July was .passed by majority. large PROTEST AGAINST 'RUSSELL SENTENCE CALGARY, Jan. a 'meet- Inn of the Trades and Labor Coun- cil last night i a resolution intro- duced by pro- testing aaamit the .sentence pass- ed oh R. B. Wlonlpea" pissed without a dii- voice. The resolution aika for a nationAvlde protest against the convidion. HARRY CAREY AT COLONIAL TONIGHT (SATURDAY) LIKELY AS SPEAKER Jan. 3.--Chas. Plngle, Redclltt; R. B. Eaton, Hand Hills, and Jas. Turseon, Ribstone, all relumed soldiers, fr are tho Ihreo meratiers of the Topping the big Saturday night show at the ever popular Colonial Theatre tonight will .be the favorite Western- er, ilarry Carey. In another of his ty- pical entitled "The Sec- ret Harry Carey, in the role of "Cheyenne Harry" In this stirring picture again proves his worth as the screen's most capable delineator of big, broad, Western characters. "The Secret Man" is a dandy- picture and will afford keen enjoyment to Colonial patrons tonight. On tlie same bill tonight only, will be. offered the latest thrilling episode of thn smashing aerial "Elmo The and. another of.-the rollick- ing Yliagrr-nh Special Comedies "Simabs aittt Sniiabjiles." Patrons advised to altend early tonight, as were unable to gain admission to the Colonial last Saturday night. i band did not know that. The neit night when she was found in this been have man's arms, had her husband one moment sooner he would seen her struggling with all her might to save herself from being kissed. And she was fainling when he found them. Mark Lee Luther wrolo.tho book, and Elmer Clifton directed .tho pic- ture. The combination has produced an offering that will be Ck'.led wonder- ful drama. It has wonderful com- edy in II. Tbls is the second picture In which Miss Gish 13 being starred hy Para- mount, the Jlrst having been "Battling Jane" a plclure which won for itself the best press notices of any picture shown this season. The muGlc of Ivan. Caryll, which serves to Illustrate the story of "Chin which comes to the Majeilie on Wednesday neit, January 7, and in -which Walter Wills and Hoy Bin- der demonstrate their wonderful pow- ers of drollery, to nothlr? of their KI r, -irtf MACK SENNETT COMEDY UpInAlfs Place EMPRESS Prices T ONLY FIVE ACE8I HOW CAN SUCH THINGS BEI a winner! An Bennett torn- edict art, and tils IB one the EXCELLENT VAUDEVILLE BILL PREPARED FOR HIPPODROME AT THE COLONIAL MONDAY To Open'the New Year, Manager Brown yas Booked Four Excel- lent of Splendid Variety legislature from whom tho choico' of speaker'Is Hkely to bo mado. DELIGHTFUL PHOTOPLAY Ethel Clayton's latest Paramount picture, "Pcttlgrew's which Ij on view at Starland tonight, Is In every respect a .delightful photoplay. .Miss Clayton appears as a chorus girl who refuses a millionaire lo marry 9, with whom she fails iu love. Monte Bine heads a capable support- ling cast. Tho plutiro was adapted by INTERIOR OF GIANT HAMBURG-AMERICAN AIR LINER BODENSEE For Monday and Tuesday, Manager Brown is. offering an all-star vau- deville, hill of Hippodrome acts at the Colonial theatre, starting next Monday and running for two days. The finest assortment of turns on the calendar has been prepared for the week, and a combination of productions will make the Colonial one of the most attractive playhouses In tha city. A largo share of vaudeville's best talent la Included on tho programme, and tho music, song, dance and come- dy being ptit qycr will earn for the Hippodrome a reputation'which will be certain to live a real life among the theatre patrons this city. Sherwood and Sherwood A talented young man, a prepos- sessing youcg lady, vcho are muBlr ally a musical anil talking offering which they- call "Musical consisting ol j a routlno o! comedy talking and in- strumental music. They lay Ironjp- bones, French horns anil cornets. Tho feature ol the act Is the young men A clever singing and- dancing rural comedian and a prlma donna charac- tor-comedlenne, present a clover comedy skit called "A Crossing Con- versation." Inez Kp.ma as Pansy, a country girl, malting a trip to the village, is being chased by a slam- pedlng bull, and i3 held up at the street crossing by one Algernon, the village pet- Pansy anil Algernon be- come very friendly, llieii Alge pro- ceeds to tell 1'ansy or liis misfortune. DeTmar and Mangels A laugh-producing couple with anility to picasu present their comedy ottering which Is called "The Spice of consisting of a routlnn of up- Another big Oriental super-feature Is to be sefcn at the Colonial next week. It is entitled "Sahara" and It's a massive screen-production In eight reels, with Louise Gianni, the .emo- tional aelresa, as it's star. It Is hook- ed ns a "picture for beautiful wives and tie husbatids of which would apparently Include a large class of LothbrlJge photoplay fans. Tho appeal to the women folk, aside from the dramatic values of the' production, is the large number of beautiful gowns worn hy Hiss Ciaum, while the strength of the slory and tlie evident moral will appeal to tho-nieh folk. "Sahara" pictures an American civi' engineer In Paris, who'went broke bn entertaining alter marrying a Parisian-stage favorite. A reclama- tion project in opsn for him'on the kreat Egyptian desert, and be finally Induces slid amusement- loving wife lo nccompany him and lac baby lo a lonely desert camn. A passing caravan headei' l.y a Bus- Blan baron slops-at I'na caivp otter the loneliness had'hecome almost im- bearable.to her, and tho wealthy Rus- sian persuades htr to leave her hus- band and child and go with him to Cairo, where he surrounds her with riches and although she treats him as a friend only. Sever.il years pass nnd she is neither content nor happy. In a visit through'.'Beggar's Row she recognizes in a'filthy drug-driven wretch, her husband; the littlo boy now grown into imite a lad Is sharing his poverty. .The work of redemption shows many emotional scenes and a tragedy; however, the re-united fa.pi. ily, after a series of.Intensely thrlllhg of music even to au "Chin Chin" Is one more prool that good music paya. Music and dancing; are BO closely allied In these latter! days. i Ethel Lawrence, as Bond." the American girl Iu "Cniu is I ft charming little actress, and alwavs BILL1E BURKE in "THE MISLEADING COMING MONDAY Anita Stewart in "Mind the Paint COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY (SATURDAY) HARRY CAREY IN "THE SECRET MAN" Carey's Big Picture "ELMO THE MIGHTY" "SQUABS AND SQUABBLES" Vltagraph Comedy 'ORCHESTRA' Photo shows tho first photograph lo lo received showing the interior eT tho workings o( llio giant air liner UodMisso, chows the huge gasoline thai .contain liters. H Is inleuiicil lo sail her to America In tlie DANCE GIVEN BY THE CANNONEER'S JAZZ BAND IN THE K. P. HALL NIGHT NEXT LAST TIMES TONIGHT ETHEL CLAYTON "PETTIGREW'S GIRL" AND FATTY ARBUCKLE "CHEATING" MAJESTIC on" Highly Wed., Jan. i The Biggest Shew In Fantajtlo .....TKtONtY COMPANY ....INTHE ORIGINAL, ENTIRETY.... THEGREATEST AMERICAN MUSICAL COHEW WALTER WILLS .and ROY- BINDER CHIWCHIM SORCERY-NlFTYLlTTLECNINESEMAJOS-TOYS- COQLIES-BEfiRS-A REALClRCUSTeNT-CLOWNfr BAREBACK A-nuoif CLOWN SAXOPHQNEBAHD PRICES Box Scats at Armstrong A Raworth'a Monday.- STARLANFY All G-jarmntteJ. MONDAY AND TUESDAY TVte New Attr TIUM COMPANY inIts 25 Chlldrtn 10 COLONIAL FOUR GREAT ALL STAR ACTS The Musical Clever Musical Entertainers on Scores Mtiilc.il Instruments. AVERY TUDOR and JESSIE STANTON In tho Season's Greatest Novelty FLORENCE DELMAR GEORGE A. BIRD and JOHN MANGELS and INEZ KEMA "THE SPICE OF LIFE" A Spicy Act Brimful of New In the Burn! Comedy Sketch' "A CROSSING PHOTOPLAY FEATURE MADGE KENNEDY In "DAUGHTER OF MINE" SCREEN COMEDY "A ROUGH HOUSE ROMEO" Lko Riot COLONIAL CONCERT SOLOISTS SO Cents Children 28 Cents Matinee Dally a.t at ;