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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY HA1L1 PAGE FIVE DRAMA VA PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS JAVA CONTROL WINNIPEG, Jan. cli.it mar- of wheat eontliiiwd lean 3J M the principal cwwtriw Importing CSjMiibn wtvMt raUtn con- trol of tholr and distribu- wae adopted today at a mtetinf of the Canadian Council of meat that 'Sahara' Is one ot the lon'i netnlng o( the word." WINNIPEG, Jan. local fuv- uro msrkst was d.vold ot social iea'.ure mis tuorumg. the trend ol values being dominated entire- ly by tho action of lie American mar- OaU opened. nnn, slightly than the close, but wllh 'coniu selling pressure iuo loriu of liquidation by timid holders. Trade ot a fairly large but Cue-tuition were narrow. Doth flar aod barley markets were Btgloued and were inclined to drag. Oats closed 5-Sc to 7-Sc hlgber, bar- ley l-8c lower, 2 l-2c lo lower, Jn rf "Chin to be rye 2 l-2c higher. sem ,t Majestic Theatre on Wed- Cash Priws evening this week, Jan. 1th there are thirty More two- No. 2 91 No. 3 C.W... 30 lhlrd, ot hsi- ncyer been Extra No. 1 feed..........'.... 90ft seen either here or in New Mo., 1 Track Ho. a C'.W...165tt Track No. 1 N.W.C Ko. 2 C.W...409 Track......... lv'0. 2 C. No. 2 feed.. 92 No. 4 C.W... 14514 ......'...-.....478 No. 3 C.W...441 ............476 ................101 Calgsry Livestock CALGARY, Jan. were 30ft of, callle and 25 hogs unloaded at (lie stockyards. toJay. The market vaa strong in tone and prices for good beef fully higher. Choice steers made from 510.00, lo {11.00, with Ihe com- mon slec-rs, ?G.50 to heavy cows, ?8 lo good cows, J7.35 lo common, ?8 to 56.60; choice heifers J9.25 I" J9.50; common bulls, 05.60 lo The chorus is salt! to be made uii ot some ot the most beautiful young ever seen on the stage. They have from the ranks ol :he prelliest girls of every State ol Union. By an arrangement that was aaa cored nicely. Next came of the hits ot the _.ll with tlie appearance ot Bliorwood and Sherwood, In an attractive must cal act. 'A lady and gentleman make uu the team, their offering consist ng ot some very fino Instrumental work upon cornels, Irpmbinea, and horns. The male member of ;he duo gives a remarkable number [u playing upon t-ft'o cornets at the same mnieUn, sbui-ltg in "The Grim Mackley, Helen Gibson, Gertrude at the Astor ifld Frank MacQuarrio. which will be shown at mo. Empress theatre at a Paramount-Art- The plot deals with the workings ot iratt picture next Thursday declares "'-----v- h" lea to protect her from advances 11n a swell society home, which, it ot Coast-to-Coast Taylor, a criminal transpires, is tho home ot David him- that he does not believe ol tho of so-called spiritual- ist mediums genuine. "I take absolutely wtlb Sir Conan Sir Oliver Lodge, Ella Wheeler, Wileox, others who claim to have conversed with the dead. Great scientists have been de- ceived since Imaemorisl by clever tricksters. I have been present at many so-callfd seances and not one of them "could not be dupllcaled by a clever magician. Harry Kellar, the greatest authority on magic who ever lived, ajrees with me." a band of crooks, directed by the famous to obtain the price- less Arabian jewels. One of the big scenes is Ihe tremendous Jewelry Etore robbery, which Director Dowlan ob- tained after arrangements had been made with Ihe Los Angeles police force to hold up street trairic for near- ly an hour. and gang leader, embraces him and announces that he is her man. David diplomatically avoids becom- ing entangled In any of tho crooks' lold-upj and crimes, but finds It hard .0 keep his rcviUatlon as a bad man. [lls opportunity cornea when Coast an. nounces that a wedding Is to held WALLACE REID HAS FINE HERO ROLE IN 1 "THE LOVF. BURGLAR" ____time, executing some difficult [rlnle-tonguinr work upon each instru- ment simultaneously. 'Lots ot 'comedy was furnlfilied by Bird and Kema In their rural comedy sklt{ "A Crossing Convocation." Some eccentric daucing was handed aut by George Bird, whilst Inez Kema sings a couple ot soufo in fine style. They close Ihe act wllh some clever Imita- tions. "LOOT" WILL BE COLONIAL FEATURE FOB SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK "Loot." the famous Saturday Even- Ing Post mystery slory from Ihe pen ot Arthur Somere Roche, will bo shown at the Colonial Theatre ou Sat- urday of this -week. The Universal Film Company, lias made of this .well known story an In1 tents and enthralling mystery drama. William. C. Dowlan was the director. While nsw to Unirenai pictures, Ora Carcw ar-4 Darrell Foss, stars lu are well known in the movie vrorid. Mils Carew first 4lared into cjuema prominence M a Mack Ben- nett star, later leaving the comedies to play opposite Reid. Be- fore Joining the'Universal forces she was featured in her own company. Darrell Fpis-Is of the best known leading men in the cinema Wallace ReH, one ot the moit ideal ot all screen heroes, portrays ono of his most effective hero roles in his new Paramount picture, "The Ixive a ol tha suc- cessful play "Ono ol by Jack Lait, which conies to Star land tomor self, and his deter is the to married. 'He ielU Coast he will lo this job. Herewith (tarts a complica- tion that terminates in one ot tho toOBt masterful situations aver screened.. James Cruce directed and an excellent cast supports star. row. Mr. Held's part is that ot a ycuns clubman who to a disreputable slum saloon to: find his erring brother and after fating all of his valuables and money away from him, sends him home. He finds it a delightful novelty when the proprietor and the gang lead. ers welcome him as the Colt Kid, a western bad man who has Just' been leased from Joliet and whom they ave been expecting for some liuie. A beautiful girl, Joan Gray, who Is nparently'one of the sirens of the stabllEhment, sees la him a compan Roughs and Colds Mean Restless Nights In tvery hour a coM It allowed tortn. Auiituture lobrbg wur i'Jo made JS.50. Hogs, oft cars, fl7.G5. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan. (Dominion Ihls morning were SH catllc, hogs and 216 eheep. There are approximately head of rattle ami 1SOO hogs on the martot, today's trading. Better grades of but- cher'stock were changing hands at lo'irly sirong prices Ihla morning white tho "market for other classes and grades was generally steady to strong. Tho hog market was unchanged and liiilding for selects fed and watered opened at in lino with yester- day's close. Choice quality lambs changed hands t ?14.00, while goo.I aheep weighed UP at sri'.oo. New York NEW YORK; Jan. sales: C. n: 132 3-4; United Slates slcel, .United Slates steel, preferred, 114 3-8. I chonn, well chosen for voice and beauty, the engagements being un- prejudiced by any personal reasons. Among the typical beauty chorus are two from Chicago, one ffom Den- ver, one from Boston, three from Cali- fornia, two from Philadelphia, two from Cleveland, one froni Sioux City, two from New Orleans, one from Dal- las. Teias, ono from Dululh and one from Cheyenne, Wyoming. One result ot tills original scheme of selection is Ibe ropofl from Mr. Charles Dlllingliara's slase manager that he finds in tlie chorus a maximum enthusiasm, inlelligenco and anibi- on, thus rendering his work much EE slrenuous and faliijuing than mini and furlhcrraore giving promise 1 specially fino ensemble work. 'V Seats arc now rapidly selling a' rmstrong and Tlaworth's Jewelry lore. world, having received his first train- Tudor and Slanlon close Ihe show.; wilh lnce; later appearing as lead- with n splendid act. man for stars o( bens, May Allison and N'azlmova. A capable -supporting cast was selected for this feature, Including sucli well known players as Joseph W. Girard, Frank Thompson, Alfred Allen, Wadswortb. Harris, Arthur remarkable equilibrisilc and work is ottered by Avery Tudor. Misa1 Stantou is a clevr dancer and Kings' well, loo. Her songs are nil new and pleasingly rendered. All told, the four, acts make about as bright a bill as coulij be desired, and afford excellent entcrlainment_to BORDEAUX'DOCKERS STRIKE SArlARAfllOFKT 'BORTDKAUX, Jan. 5 buciter.r and cnal men employed in the port licro have decided lo slrlke TODEATH When the body bogirs to stiffen end movement .becomes painful it i a ufluoDy on indication that the kidnsys are out of order. Keep these organs hesalthy by taking COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for liver, bladder aod uric troubles. Famous tinco 1M6, TcVo Tegulatly an in good health. All We a box. Guaranteed aft represented. Lwfc ttr GoU olouial patrons. Madge -Kennedy in the feature, Daughter ot and a fine L-Ko omedy, "Dainty Damsels and Bogus up the picture bill. The Colonial orchestra furnish, f.'A'jr nnd (hlchness. A buys a botllo of de- lightful at nny .rtnig or toilet coiv.iter. It is great deal of pleasure ind pride that Manager llrown of tho Colonial theatre announces the show- ng at the Colonial on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday .of this week of he superb oriental spectacle, "Sa- in which, the screen's greatest "fnmp" and emotional actress, Louise filaum, assumes the leading role. "Sahara" is a luxurious, colorful powerful emotional drama ol modern limes, wilh its scenes shifting from gay J'aris to mysterious, fascinating orienial Cairo. "Sahara" from 'many angles, may well bo classed as ono ot the screen's finest piclures. J. Parker Read wrote Ihe slory, which in book form lias been accepled as ono tit fiction's classics. Allan Dwan, one of the few really great directors in tho motion picture industry, directed tho making