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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 192C WE LETHTRTDRE PAU.7 PAGE FIVK DRAMA PHOTOPLA YS market rcnursibly firm during the early today In the-face o( an ussier cash mar Osh premiums were reported off owlngvto the Inability ot to obtain ears for shipment irom the lake torir. Receipts of were literal today, out'of HI cars H is noiewoithy that only 83 till- ed for Fort William, the bilinco go- Ing to western polnio. Trade ful-jres, was of: a light.character. Thoro was a de- mand for high of cash fear- tho Inquiry for iower crtdes was not co.good. was a llttU export burlng-of option, to- day. Tnli Is tha first that porters hare been on tie market for soms. time, Oats closed 3c down for -May and IHc lower for July. Barley closed IH'c lower for Hay, and flax 2o town for. May and 4c lower for July.-; r closed lower for May. Winnipeg Markets OATS-- Open. Close July' May- 82% 157% 472 OATS- NO. 2 G.W.. Ksira. JN'D. 1 Cash 156 ii 468 195 is; Jan. Fein head- Barters In (hii clly were raided this moraine by a bit force.of police and cliisrs. also entered the jfftees of Irish parliament and hose ot tho iocletv. Bfch'ty soldiers, rifles and fixed bayoaets.v carried, out tha raids on the aMurince" society's otfi- cea. The trench hel- mets, came up In motor'lorries to the offices.' made Mlefeacl Stalnes, Sinn Fein member of issrlismieht, Is "the chairman of tho crowds and watch td the proceedings, in, front ot the offices. WMJ, a similar. gather before the .Sinn-Eein headquar Un, where SO accompanied hy police, conducted; the raid. WHAT ABOUT'THE HEALTH OF FRENCH THOUSANDS 0351 Feed -No. C.iV...iCjU No. 3 O.W.. No. 4 C.W.. Jan. 'delegation ha> been inttrueted by'the foreign-ofdee tn claim 'from tde FniwH aeVernment'fOr the per- manent Injury to We. health of Frau who warn struck by a atone thrown'by member of a mob at the time the German delegation was leaving laat July. tkat Is captivating, to her strewy International fame. She bete diffeient eoTlronmenU are1 In- I. susportM wonderful cast of roduMd a variety pf noveltlet that principals, a comptriy of over ten ire diverting and. serve to maintelu thousand tho >cene> he comedy, with (leasing addition v> the pluy. if in us 1C and dancing. There is no leading lady lu thU or- "Sahara" li a vivid and emotional drami, with it'a ecenet laid ganization, although a number of I !R gay Paris ind mysterious Cairo, leautitul women, principals and other-, Ncath the shadow of the silent Sphinx wise, song birds and actresses aro In and the .everlasting Pyramids and In he cast. It appears she- yho Is to fn-' ancient Egypt Is enacted one of the [07 place of honor as first favorite j most wieldly Iwelnatlng tales ot a Is left to the choice of the public. vonjan's altenute perfidy and faith ever Somo magnificent scenic effects reproduced In tho scenes laid around Cairo and Paris In her moat festive moods are also shown. will presented at the Colonial this weeltf with a careful at- tention to every essential detail, and ID tho accompaniment of a Buperb or- chestral score. It ivill undoubtedly prove to bo a most popular attraction, !or It is un- questionably one of tho season's greatest pictures. HCKf Handcuff King Presents ArSay of Sensational Feats In "The Grim Same." Ono_of. the most amazing air acci- dents in the history of aviation forma ihe sensational climax of a new Par- LOVE BURGLAR" NEW REID PICTURE HAS NOVEL JHN1SH Ing to tho Empress AccordlnB to the story, Houdlni in an airplane la pursuing a murderer, is trj'lug to escape' machine. At a height ot 3.000 feet Bupposeil to Blide abovo I the olher machine, 1st himself'down Into tho cockpit besido the murderer rwltttic with the leaders of tha terrorized Xow York, and yel The ow, even as the flres of righteousness (Uf. headed by Coast, which ends In Shadow melted under ihe glow ol i dispel the gloom of evil, and The ;helr defeat. Morn Light, (he little musical comedy shf.Jow met a tragic retribution. A seheae' to rob the homo of I actress. A, Mom dmnninj Qra Before she had met Hlldreth, the Oarew shows the wide range of her young Englishman sent over to Amer- screen personality. Darrell Foss- ica to receive tho {emeus diamond does commendable work as Hil- to rob the homo of David's mother, on the occasion- of ill sister's wedding, Is nipped in the by-David, who promises to "do (hat Job" .himself. Although ho falls madly in lore with the girl he Is con- vinced he cau never marry her. Hero Is. where delightful finish comes In. But It's too good to tell. James Craze directed the picture, walcft Is an adaptation of a stage play by Jack Ixilt. An exceptional cast of players support'the star. "LOOT1 WILL BE SATURDAY FEATURE AT COLONIAL A woman's stood her in good ttead ugatnlt Tho Shadow. He was known as the brains of the clev- erest band of thieves tbat had over necklace from Arabia tho Jeweler, she had herself been a member of thi "gang." Horn Light was nicked hy The dreth, the young Englishman, whose lite Is in danger." The character o{ "The Shadow" Is played by Joseph Glrard. whose "heavy" impersonations Shadow as the bait to entice HIHreth i have lone been the feature of Unlrer- Into a trap, but love asserted itself and j ral productions, the girl of the stage showed her true colors. She threw oft the of the "Loot" will he shown at the Colonial on Saturday only, this weeX, in addlt lou Tho Mighty" and e. great underworld, and matched her wits against the keenest criminal in all th? Larry Semon comedy. It will make world. 1 the best Saturday show In the history Morn vanquished The Shad- of the Colonial. Love which will be shown at Starland tonight and to- morrow. Tho story concerns the lovo of a young society idler, a man ot wealth and position, for a beautiful girl, who apparently la a siren of the slums. i .131Wi No. 1 N-.W.C..................474 Xo. Conde-nuwJ .435 KYE-T- No. 1! C.W. Hew York Stocks j NEW-YORK, Jan. sales: C.P.H.. Kiatea Steel, US- United States Steel preierred, 115. Winnipeg Livestock live- stock, this morn- ing we're cattle, hoga and 61 of callli day. There was a strong market this rr.omEug oni nil grades ol butcher c.ittls were moving easily, Choice ciualily uutcher hollsrs were disposed of at from io ?11.00, ivhlls-there was de- mauds for choice cows. Good .bulls .ivuro a shade Eironser yesterday's close, best .sales rcaltzint from to "stocksr 'arirl ieeder cat 11 a j wcro har.ds at prices fairly lit lino yesterday's sheei> receipts were extremely light with unchanged quotations. Koff arrivals are showlny a decided! iiicrense, there uolng nearly: re-' reived ilnnng the last 2-i hours. Bin- this, morning at lor cciecU, fed and watered, this he- lu Hue yesterday's market. "by" means of a" rope, and throttle him. i Brought to the place through clmim- All veil with-tho stunt, tho Stances, David, which Is the role play- rdmg ono !he Jed by Mr. Reid i, misUken by a band other and a third, containing Director I f who infest the place, as Wlllat and the phblosrapher, about "The Colt a western bad man, 'a hundred yards away? until Houdlniiwho has recently been released from was'Just anout to loose his -Sold on JMIet and who Is expected to arrive at the rope. Then auddt-nly a gust 1 wind lifted the lower 'Diane into (ho Delightedly the novelty of the Was All Rnn Down But Tanlae Makes Him Well and Strong Again. "No sir, I didn't It was possibla but Tanlae is helping rny wife just about as much as it did me, said J. J- le tsliig tiered for Bale to- ,ew Continuing Mr. Walker said: "When I rot up from the 'flu' I almost perfect wreck 'and I was weak that I could hardly walk. I had little or no appetite and what I ate dis- agreed with me. even If It was only R few hi'es. and sometimes it would mate me deathly-slcic at my stomach. I was so nervous and restless that ,-rhen I went to bed T would not close my eyes till In the early hours ol the morning, and you win imagine how little Bleep I WM able io from then oo till daylight. 1 could hardly drag-myself out of bed in the morn- ings and daring the day 1 wasn't able to do sny Ulrid ot work at all. I taw what Tahlne did for my t-rother-in-law I- commenced tak- ing it myself and I want to tell you II went straight after my troubles. My appetito came right back and now I "can get enough to eat and upper one, and their propellers lock- ed. They dropped like rocKets. revolv- ing noso on noso, with Houdini dangling on the rope and the two BV-jfor protection against lators making frantic efforts to a gaig leaden trol their machines. Death Eeemed v---------................. certain. But a few hundred the ground, with bolh propellers gone, one of the airmen miracle, suc- ceeded In falling into a glide, and, though the other crashed nose-on into a'field, the only injuries sus- tained were slight cruises. uatlon, David allows them to bo de- ceived and cheerfully Impersonates tlie Colt Kid. The girl comes to him "Coast-to-Coaat who is forcing her to rob the vfealthy visitors of tho place. David champions her cause and his act results in a thrilling and APPLIED FOR ALL Starling today, and continuing on Thursday and FriJay of this tha Colonial Theatre will present one of the season's most luxurious product- ions, a colorful one of Paris and.lho Orient. Louise Glaum, the great emotlonnl one of the screen's great- est assumes the leading rolo in and by her wonderful work in the picture gains new laurels HALF LEAP YEAR'S IN K; of P. HALL Friday, Jan. 9th Raynxrtia Orcheitra In A'ttendance. and Show the GenU a AdmlasTon: and Partner Lailiei without Partner SOc; Gents without Partner 75c. i f. T. BARNUM WAS RIGHT. WE DIDN'T THINK SO AT FIRST, BUT WE ADMIT IT NOW. OLD P. T. UNDER- STOOD HUMAN, NATURE WHEN HE SAID "THE PEOPLE LIKE, TO BE FOOL- ED." That Is why we aro showing these features for the balance of the week. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WALLACE REID "THE LOVE BURGLAR" A plcturliajion of the great stago success, by Jack Lalt, "One of Us." Also OFFiCIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Owing to an error by tho Ex- change, in shipping, no comedy for tonight. Wo' don't want to give you something you.havo seen a dozen times before. at 8.30 THE BIGGEST SHOW IN YEARS A FEW GOOD SEATS ARE STILL AVAILABLE Floor, J2.00 and Balcony. and Poildvely No Held After 7.30 Tonight. CURTAIN AT 8.M SHARP LOOK WHO'S COMING! FRIDAY AND Douglas I Fairbanks I "Arizona" THE BROWN SUGAR everything agrees with and I _ i no1 troubled one bit with innigestlon. Vf ntght Jonf' t hig a 1 vork as any man 1 have ga. icd from l" 1 e "OTTAWA, .Inn. announce- ment of the Canadian trade coaimfB- that a large quantity of brov.-n Ktigar in CanailA would ha released for sinless Canadian householders oMnosEetl EI ?.i3h to utilize It, has met with speedy response, the cntiro nvai.ablo supply was applleil for whli-] 24 hours. I food dlcln'fglvo her any In icgard !o the wlilto sugar Eilua-! it I.') expected that In n sliort tlioTfi rrill ho a more plentiful sup- ply on hantl, though some officials hern fell tiint a further increaso in tho jirlrfi o' wiiila iiijav Is iiic-ilulili: COLONIAL-Now Playing Today, Thursday and Friday in ft short lime. 1, txnJ slio wiia losing woiKl't Of course the natural Ihlng to (M was to give her Tanlae, and I did. iwl. sir. It iJ proving just as good I her rase as it diti in luinc P'ne has j lalten oly two bottles ot.Tanlae, but she is .feeling .hettcr and i lookine better. Tanlac hua- certain-1 ly been a blessing to my family and j my wife me in, recommending i it to other people." i T.inlac is sold in .belhbritlge by I John Co.; In Coat- hiurat by Diamond Drug fc Stationery" i Store. MIC! in Warner hy .Mrs. N. Der- UJ fv otewar, Stafie 1C :_ Fine Musical Comedy Opening New Year at Majestic is Attractive COUNTESS OE LIMEVS Wito oC faroouj Com' do lAittfi, -n'aa It te> iorao hi Torpalo, for Uie flrtt Drals out. Sbe se'rrrA as f. narsi during ;'fl9 wsr, a si Ss WJli- Almost everyone knows all about "Chin by (his time, and t( there are still a few who never heard] of It, or have never read enough about] It to be well Informed as -to Us nat- ure, It Is mifflclent to say that It Is JusUtho usual mixture of catchy aongs, attractive girls, charming scenery comedy scenes In which Wills Roy Binder hold the centre of.thft ffago. The story or what to he to some extent a atory, centers t about a wlshlnt lamp and the part II j plays In the fortunes of Aladdin and I his American sweetheart. I might be .expected from title of the piece, the setting Is Chinese, and the scenes Include a toy hm.aar, a tea shop, a pnlace, a circus and a nark. Bach In Its way Is n gem of arliallfi flohlevemsnl, with a happy of cclering and a picturesque BEfWTY CLOTHED IN REGflL GOYmS- PORI3 HER GAYEST flND CAIRO WHF.RE NONE KNOW CRRE STARTS WITH A 8UPCRB ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT OrcSestra! Features: and Peas- overture; "ladinn prelude; Di selection. Direction Bertircrd. LLASKY presents UDIN GRIM GAME PRICES Matinees Daily 2 .........j 35c Children Nights-Adults Children .......ji. 10c 1S6 "There is more excitement In one rtel of 'The Grim Game) than lr> any five reels of celluloid we have ever seen unwind." Such Is the typical comment of a York critic on the thrill'power of this wonder-picture of screen dare-deviltry. the civilized world, HOudlnl ft recognized as the grealsrt wizard that ever lived. In "The Grim an amazing drama of love, myctery and adds to h't marvelous exploit! still othera that have never before been performed, See the'flght In the clouds and the crach of men and airplanes to thrill you'll never forged EMPRESS THEATRE THREE DAYS, Starting TOMORROW ;