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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUART DAILT DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Oralu LlrwtMk WINNIPEG Jan. local oats market opened strong and advanced J l-2c duo to heavy buying on the part ol shorts but a weakness In Chicago caused local values to fall away. A fair sized trade was recorded and fluc- tuations were raptl during the early of Uie session. i'lai futures advanced today with n report of general Argen- tine which will restrict shipments. Cash demand was fair. Barley futures advanced slightly, with a fair demand lor cash wljh of- ferings light. Oats closed unchanged for May and July. Barley closed 3-Sc higher for .May. and flax 14 lo 11 7-Sc higher and ryo 1 7-Se higher. Quolatlons: May........ July Muy........ July...... May___.-. Oiicn. 91 Cltise. 158% 492% CALGARV, market was steady today at about the as Saturday'i clone. There were cattle, 26 calves, and 80 unloaded. The top pilco for steers today was and for heavy COWE An extra good bull made J7.SO and n few calves JS.75. Good butcher tteers medium, to 18.60; common 16.50 to J7.50; good butcher cowa, to 18.50; common, ?ti to canueri, to J5; bulls, gooi butcher, J6 to .No stockeri wero on sale. There was a demand for good ttockers heif- ers but none on sale. No hogs were sold at noon, but the market looked like J17.50 off cars. Winnipeg Liveitock WINNIPEG, Jan. Livestock Into Die yards over the week-end are made up ol 10S6 cattle, S23 hogs and 20 sheep. In keeping with the strong market over the week-eud bidding was again active and fiue-lstiC-sia on nearly all classes an 1 .grades oi cattle were steady to strong, A tew good lambs were disposed of at while nheep of-good quality changed bauds at 'The hog market was steady at J17 for selects fed and watered. No. 1 Cash Prices 0214 Xo. 3 C.W. ssy. Kxtra No. 1 fi-cd............ 1 feel-.. Xo. -2 feed.. Track No. 3 C.W...'l72% Xo. 4 C.W...150-J llejecled ....................131% Nu. 1 X.W.C..................51HS Xo. 2 Xo. 3 C.W..4MW Track.......................501V- Stocks In Elevator Jan. Following ftateme'nl of stocks in s'loro In public terminal elevators at' Fort William iind Port Arthur on January Sih, with recelpla and', shipments (luring the week, was issued by the.hoard of SMin commissioners on Saturday: Wheat in store 7.25S.247 bushels; receipts rail shipments 1 116.309. Oats in store receipts shipments, 52.303. Hirloy In store receipts, 162 14S; rail shipments Flax iu store, receipts, S7.S37; rail shipments, ,'K'yo in store receipts mil shipments, none. Every Active Service Canadian Battery WittbePerpetuated iu? n ii. ui cutivss in rnce-oi a iJoou nine, flour, bats of groceries, crock- and who is the featured player In an- ery. etc.. will be included in the prizes, other Lois Weber production shortly Remember, Wednesday night at the, to released, is the of "For Colonial Is "Country Store Husbands Ouly" Jxswi! conjunction with tho big feature photo- the principal male role play "For Only." CHICAUO, Jan. than 200 suspects taken In1 a round-up of crirn- iualj over the week-end and early to- day were being held by the police. Of these only ton had been positively identified as principals in recent rob- beries. The' raids on poolrooms, cafes, sal- oons and other places; during which an alleged robber was killed and an- olher fatally woundeJ, were the most sweeping attempted by the police for some tlnio, In an effort to clear Chi- cago of undesirables. Practically one thousand suspects wero-taken, but many were release'! after being examined. The others, all men with police records, aro being held for further Investigation. The raids were conducted by the vrallce In civilian clothes. One euspect was landed after a chase and a duel with a police squad anil the other died af- ter being shot by ralderi. (Uy Canadian Press Leased TOltONTO, Jan. Canadian Is to happen to Can- ada's war cadres, to Hie Infantry bat- talions and artillery batteries, which won Imperishable fame on the battle- fields ol Prance and Flanders? Are their regimental numbers to be per- petuated or is their Identity to be lost in the old militia establishments? _ It Is answered in part .today by the announcement made on 'good author- ity that every battery, heavy or light, which saw active service, will be per- petuated in tha militia establishment and the numbers (hey bore in the field will be preserved. It is understood that the artillery reorganization has now been complet- ed with the above result, so happy from the point of view of tho over- not so easy as __ and could not ive been carried out at all bad it jt been for the cheerful nnd willing aacrjflee of the old artillery units vho have agreed to sink their iden- back often Into the re- mote and honorable annals of Cana- dian military that of the batteries. A similar solution is aimed at In he infantry establishments, but their difficulties are perhaps greater. Cer- aln regiments, such for instance as he Queen's Own Hifles lu Toronto, id the SOlli- Rifles of Winnipeg, have seas gunner. It wa might be supposed, Sunlight A) OK vrorlt Reid Sunlight purity She Rests Sunlight Works Why nol That's what Sunlight's for. How does this happen Very simple. Sunlight's gentle purity is alone sufficient to cleanse the clothes without wearisome rubbing. Ot course, this is easy on the clothes, too. How is it done Just read the directions. Insist on gelling the Soap you ask SUNLIGHT SOAP. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO tllt'c Jlarriitale and Bin Altmr.ilrr, in "lenylti Tlireodt." AT. STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. ong been the nucleus for the iiriled Deer. Headquar- establishment, and in some cases havoiters of tho 20th and 33lh will bo In their own armories. And yet It seems ILethbridge, and of tho Cist in Kd- -ital to nerpetuato such battle units montou. MEXICO 12.4-Keiorts 'rom the San Miguel dlEtcict' Indicate that the eruption of the new crater which opened there was a result of the earthquake on the night of January 3, Is decreasing la violence. A tele- gram received from of Chal- chlenmtlla, stain nt Pijcbla, states that shocks have been numerous there Barranca Nueva. The earthquake reported from Jalapa that on Sunday :he number of dead In that city was fifty and that 200 injured have been given treatment. Tho city was badly damaged til the winner receives It. SPECIAL MATINEE AT COLONIAL TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL FOR THE CHILDREN In order that the youngsters may a special treat. Manager Brown i J. Cody has who enact prominent parts are Mln Kathleeu Klrkham mid Fred Gcodwins, who has Just completed a principal part In Miss Mary Pick- ford's latest picture. A feature of Weber's new pro- appearance in of the Denis- duction will be the nauy of ths scenes tal colors the uuforgettablc name nres. But as tha war went on as the 3rd and Battalions, respec- It is true that the two militia cadres mentioned them merely as a typical ed for the first contingent the bulk of effectives for of their two over- seas units, aud both the Queeu'p Own Rifles and 90lh will no doubt bo entitled to inscribe on. their regi mental i and the area of hostilities was widen- ed, theso two battalions took on'.i, much more .representail'-e character j and are rightly classed as from Ceii-i tral Ontario aud Manitoba, respective-' It Diay not either practical or good policy to remove from tho mili- tia lists the establishments ef thfe Queen's Own littles or the 90th HlfbB, but certainly placo must be found in the lists for both the 3rd and 8th llaltallons. The above caees indicate the difficulties of a problem now occupying tliu eurucat imiution of the authorities at Ottawa. The above Is of particular interest to Lethbridge as it is definitely art- ino uenn- has arranged to give a special matineo Shawn dancers, the advanced pupiis of at the Colonial theatre on Tuesday Rath St. Denis' and Ted Shiran aftemoou at 4.15 for the school chil- settings In which they danci miivuB luu lau. The Kinkade's will offer a special on the screen. ventriloquist sketch especially for the children at the matinee performance. This 13 something that every child enjoy, and the matinee a special Ireat for the youug- siers, among the most ciqulsflo ever shown liatteries, all of whic 39th were recruited here and saw active service in France and Flanders, will be perpetuated in the new Canadian militia. The 7Stii which was n depot organiza- tion, did not see active service as a unit, but it is understood it will be OF PRUNES AND SOUPS AND CHILD OF MEATS AND SWEETS IN "DADDY LONG LEGS" Orphan Waifs and Silk-trad Children Contrasted In First Production by Mary PIckford's Own Company Startling is the comparison in the rearing of children as pictured In "Daddy Long scrcxm version of the celebrated story by Jean Webster and Uio newest Mary PJckford super- feature which will be shown at Iho Empress today and tomorrow. The story, like many of those which lave come from Miss Weber's studio, s remarkably uniiko anything that heretofore has been pictured on tho screen. In fact, the story as planned by the feminine master of cinema craft Is so uausual that even the clev- erest student of screen drama will find hlmuelf baffled In his efforts to anticipate the climax of the play un- til the final scene is presented. RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY The Raymond Dramatic society who will visit Iho Majestic theatre on Thursday evening this week. Jan. lotli. aro this season presenting "The Squire's a delightful com- edy drama in three acts. They have achieved remarkable success this Vera Crut .and, fuebla, over. Sunday falletl to make change in previous estimates of the number of victims and of the towns and villages destroy- ed or damaged. Unique in the annals ol the district Is the experience of the family of iProfessor. Francesco RIvereo, of the a child who has been ihnwn upon (he world a few hours after birth by her unknown parents. She Is found, a wee pathetic bundle in an ash can, by a policeman. She Is taken to tho John Krier Orphan Asylum, where sh'e is Siven a name from the telephone book. Prunss Then she starts a He which is one meal of prunes and thin soup after another. Clad in Uie eternal striped gingham, and forced to take the cuffs if nn inhuman head matron who nev- 3r smiles-or says a kind word unless tho trustees are due, Judy becomes a twin sister to rebellion. IMPOSSIBLE TO UNRAVEL THE LATEST LOIS WEBER PLOT Tor Hulbands Only" the Moit' Baf- fling Mystery of Any of This Screen Wiiard'i After spending more tlian a month in carefully working the prelim inary details 'of. tho Lois Weber has Just completed the staring of a new feature! photoplay. Tho story was filmefl under tho story title "For Husbands (merely a title, not a It will bo shown first at Iho Colonial Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday of Oils week as a Jen-el production rranca ueva. e earquae uns weeK as a production tho first earthquake and that opened a great chasm In the earth, In 'it may be said with safety that It will d f ti tnnn a 1 5 i ______ ___ ______ U I _____ ,_ _ J _JL ;owns of Sallillo, Lafraguea and Chi cotla, nearby, have been destroyed. uteii u Special Investigates sent from thislfif this abyss, at le city into the earthquake zone have the surface of the t t i e o n ation that the [which their home wag engulfed. For more than a week members of the family have been living in tho bottom at least 150 feet below earth. Surviving prove to bn Iho cleverest and most fascinating subject Mist dio has yet produced, woman director, who drama from an Idea emboili'xl in tory by 0. B. Stern, is re- Weber's sin The famous evolved the i success In Prico of a Good Time." season in their presentation, having been compelled to give return per- formances at Raymond. TUey will also visit Taber ibis week. Their per- formance will bo well worth patronis- ing both on account of Us general ei- cellence. and also tha fact that they will'play'tinder the auspices of. tho i3oy Scouts. The hope to raise u considerable amount from (his per- formance, and It Is to be hoped they will bo generously supported. The are MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY Thurs. Jan. 15 THE RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFER "The Squires Daughter" A delightful comedy-drama in 3 acts and 9 scenes. By Walter M. Wills Under the.Auipicet of the Lethbridge Boy Scouts Get Youf Tickets Now Prices. Seats at Armitrong Raworth's COLONIAL Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville TONIGHT AND TUES. Great Sptclal Road Blggtit Great Headline Attraction THE RATHBURN FOUR In "Everything from Grand Opera to Jazz." AILEEN MORRISON and FRED VANCE "Talent an' Everything" HARRY L. MOLLER Tho "Upside Down Acrobat" KINKADE K1NKADE Rollicking Venlrploquial Sketch "Popping the Question" Special Feature Photoplay JUNE CAPRICE In "THE CAMOUFLAQE KISS" You'll Enjoy Every Scene of This Delightful Plclute. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA "DARING LIONS AND DIZZY LOVERS" .Riotous Wild Animal Comcfly Adults 60c Children 26c Special Children'! Matlnte Tues- day at 4.15 Three Shows 7, 9 Don't Miss This "Hip" It's the Best One Yet. neighbors have been lowering Mury uy u. ii. siern, is re- food and water at the Imminent risk .sponsibte for a number of ingenious ol dislodging rocks which might fall (twists which are certain to startle and crush those beneath. Belief Island delight those theatre-goers who red by a pall of iliist arising ng structures. Advices that rain or new shocks will mean the death of thosa imprisoned in the fond of novelty. Miss Mildred Harris, tho little lady who created such an instantaneous into Beleclions on the giant marimbaphones. This Is LONDON, Jan. capture of prisoners is claimed In an offi- cial statement Issued today by the soviet government at Moscow, giving details of the results Bolshevlkl operations on the southern front be- tween December 21 and January 9. The soviet statement says tbat. CEO cannon, 60 bomb-throwers, 11 tanks, 65 machlno guns and enormous quan- tities of military supplies alao were taken. DRUMHELLER STRONG FOR THE U. M. W. A. CALGARY, Jan. mation reaching the local of- fices of the United Mine Work- ers of America, Saturday mom- inj, was to the effect that out ol 17 coal mines In the Drum- heller district, 10 were solidly for tho U. M. W. A., five ncm- (ral nnd two favored the 0. B. V. Tlis othor centres sustain- ed progress Is reported by U. M. W. A. organizers. SEASON'S GREATEST VAUDEVILLE BILL AT COLONIAL TODAY AND TUESDAY No liner vaudeville acts have over been seen in LelhbrUige Ihan tho tour headline acts which will bo seen on the new "Hip" show at the Colon- ial theatre tonight and Tuesday. Acts of the class of this week's bill put Lelhbrldge right on Hie bljfllmo vaudeville map, for each and ovcry act have played consistently over the majority of the best known vaudeville circuits. Something in the way of a tlon Is liable- to bo created when Iho Jtalhburn Four makn their appear- ance tonight. In their iiresentatlon of their magnificent musical act, which they entitle "Everything From Oruid Opera to the Rathburna offer one o( vaudeville's yery finest musical pM-rnrmances. At Calgary last woek and at Winnipeg tho week before, (hey wcro accorded a tremendous re- ception, being forced to resiirmd to iiicoro nfler encore. Opening ihelr act li u graud ojtii overture, they orchestral accompaniment. Specialty i numbers on banjos, guitars, bells, etc.. are inlroduced, and tho act winds tin In a hurst of harmony never lieforo equalled In this city. bridge will rave over this act after tho first performance. Alleen Morrison and Fred Vance who are presenting a comedy singing and talking act will be a big feature on tho bill. "Tnlent An1 Is the title of tholr act which is orig- inal and decidedly pleasing. Harry L. Moller will occupy a prom- inent place on the bill will! his novelty acrobatic act. "Upside Down" is the way ho works, and lie proves conclu- sively tliat there is new in vaudeville alter all. Kinkavle and Klnkade in "Popping Tho Question." n ventrllonuial odrtily! will round out the show In great style.! This clever sketch has a "new comedy strain, and with the many pleasing novelties introduced Into It by the Kin- kfidea, it will surely score a big hit. Juno Caprice, the'dainty star, will top the picture bill In her latest star- ring vehicle "The Cngnjuflago a splendid five at I feature.. Ample screen comedy will be furnished in the Century will animal comedy riot "Daring Lions and levers." Charlie Hereford pnd his harmony boys, will present another fine orches- tral concert. Vaudeville palrons nro respectfully urged to attend as early n's possible tonight ai Mon.lay night nlways means solid capacity at.tlie Colonial. The best seats may be secured be- tween aveen nnd eight o'clock. A special matinee will bo given for the kiddles on Tuesday afternoon at 4.1o, when the Kindale's will nffer spccoll vonlriloriuiat novelties for the children. Whist Drive and Dance By CIVIC UNION No. 70 WEDNESDAY 14th IN BURGMAN'S HALL At 8 p.m. Refreshment! Blue Line Car at Clote of Dance 20-2 DANCE GIVEN BY THE CANNONEER'S JAZZ BAND IN THE K. P. HALL M 0 N DAY NIGHT NEXT Bessie Barriscale "Tangled Threads" A Robertson-Cole Production (Vld says: "This story will (jive people something to talk about. Capably presented." "HE LEADS, OTHERS FOLLOW" Moyd Comedy, and "OUT OF THE CLOUDS" Episode Six, of "THE GREAT GAMBLE" This Is n thriller. Don't miss Sec Chas. Huldtinson leap from ono aeroplane to the other In mid-air. 25c Children ICo FUN WEDNESDAY NIGHT, THIS WEEK "COUNTRY STORE VODVIL MITE" OODLES OF FUN AND PRIZES FOR EVERYONE COME' ON DOWN (But Corns Early) COUNTRY STOflE "VODVIL NITE" AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY Right In line with the most pleasing attractions always, Manager Drown of the Colonial announces that1 another of the popular Country Store "Vodri! Nites" will be staged it the Colonial on Wednesday evening of this TreeSt. An effort In being made to this week's country store eclipso all previous nights In the way of fun and nrizea offered. Fifty dol- lars In cash and valuable ni-lzos will bo givon free, A big fttclal "secret" prize will be Ihe (urc o( wnlcli will not be divfccd tin- DANCE THE YOUNG LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH WILL HOLD A DANCE In the Conservatory of Mutk HaJl Tues. Jan. 13th Tickets 75c tfch. Dunclnrj 9-2 EMPRESS TODAY and TOMORROW Prices Only I0c-25c ADDED ATTRACTION The World Famous MONKEY JOE MARTTN in another scream "MUNKEY STUFF" Ads ;