Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANTARY 13, 1920 PAGEFIVB DRAMA PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS TO REPRESENT CANADA OVERSEAS was a good demand cash oats on today s market. Cash barley was Ju'L Iho ton grades being purchased. There j was tm active domand tor cash flax. from bolh Canadian and American) crushers. All offerlnss ot rash grains; oils .closed 1 lower, bav-i lev 3-so iuiver, Has 9 1-2 to 9 3-Sc low-1 er, rye 5c lower. May July Moy Way inly Open. Closo. i S'j' 15S% 153 Prom left to ri i CmsdHu represec ight are sho-wn Sir P'eed.......................... Tmck FLAX- NO., t No, 2 C.W.. .4SS >iv'o. 3 C.W..'. Track....................... London .Wool Market LONDON, Jan. wcul auc- tion sales were tmlav with of- f Brings, of 1P.COO b-iles. Meiiv.os fine crosribreds fiv.m to nve ner cent higher, whUe medium and" cparse were neglected and were five per cent low- er. Calrary Livestock CALGAinVAltR.. There irere only 325 cattle, seven ealvcs. 12 hogs and 11 sheep unlonilel at the itockvards toilay- Tho Market steail'v, with a firmer tone ftr best France are hems swept, by a violent Etecr weishlng HOC pounds storm report, slating that .three per- made lhe balance maiing up to WPS have been, killed and in- S1Q.51) at noon. Heavy cowa made lured. from S9 50 to butcher slcsrs i'j 10510; medium, ?7.TO to ,'S.75: court Methods' coinniou, SG.SO to ?7.50; good cov.-s JS in this ci'y have not been changed In common, ?D to 57.50. A few about forty years, but eight police good calves made ?8.75. No bulls sold courts will he to [leal with ct.nooh. The demand for stoi-kers persons with minor lafrac- T.-as keen, but none on sale. of ths law._____ No hogs were sold yesterday nnd j none, today at noon, but the market: was declared "in- still iookel like selecls off cars, separable- from 'the Turkish', empire" Winnipeg Livestock in the Sultan's speech from the Jan. cleliversil oh Monday.'Smyrna 'is now-in the Ureek zone-of occupa- hy the food arUslio style. They finish their a burst of Jazz which fairly the judlence to Its feet. It can ilhfuUy be said without fear of con- of the Adulteration heat act ever se'en on the "Hip" packing the to the doora again Act. _____ UonighL Kxcellint feature pictures headed DUDUN.-The police r Ctyrice In "The Camoullago i -ms requiring meter drivers to regis- a fln8 flve act tealllrc> aiu] a ter themselves take out llietsja, f, century comedy, "Daring Uons is threatening to' become a new source Di7Jy together with of trouble In Ireland. A moior driv-, Beresford's Colonial orches- era' etrlke la the first result. >1ra full accompaniment found out show In big style. CHARLOTTETOWN, P. B. On merjts Oi this bill, the Prnlce Edward last year was a rjclonisl should be filled to the doors land Sowing with mflk aud honey, Is -ij-aln tonight when the same bill will evident from the reports that forty- repeated for the last times. It's four million pounds of milk wero sup. a show, piled to the cheese and butter fac'.orlea The bestial nature of a lib'ertino of- ficer, formerly of tho Austrian army. Is relentlessly exposed In "lllind Hur- the Universal yhotcdramu ot the Tyrolean Alps, which tt the Colonial Theatre soon. Tho principal rolo Is played by Eric Slroheiiu, former lieutenant o the Austrian army, and in "Blind Husbands" EHu Btrohclm portrays the arrogates an-d supremo conceit that mado the Teuton unfit tor Iho commuuloQ of humans, As n lieutenant ot Iho Austrian army the stirring villain goes la to i ho4 nceta Margaret Armstrong, wife )t the fatuous Dr. Armstrong, who s a loved but badly neglected wife. Dr. Armstrong inahe-s a discovery, suspects something wofse, and his soul ia scared and tortured -when tho leutcnaut lies to him. The fate of a In the form of a man, U the theme ot tha story. Stroheim is remembered, oven dated, by tbousanis.ot persons, for ils portrayal of a' Hun officer In [he big Universal war-picture, "Tho Ifeart of Humanity." Supporting him In "Blind toward the woman, he selected his lifemate. It is declared to amazing In its Inoffensive handling' ot so vital a theme. DODD'S bands" as Margaret Armstrong, the wife. Is Kraucella Billlngton and tho following east of popular Uni- versal players: Sam DeOrasse, H. Glbson-Gowland, Valerio Ccrmonprca aud Jack Perriu. "Blind Husbands'1 Is pronounced as a darlug photodrama, based on tho daya Immediately .-following tho war, which cannot tut open the eyes of tho typical American hus- band to the danger of Indifference the Halhburo's liavo fashionable resort In the Alps prey ou womankind. Thero an increase of sii million pounds over THe STORY OF "FOR HUSBANDS 1918. The net value to patrons AT THE COLONIAL WED. cheese factories was an In- crease of and of butter 080 witlx thu ssnio Increase. I'AKJS. Xorthern arid Eastern AND THURS. THIS WEEK Ton! Wylde TlarrJs NEW church- Roiin van D'Arcy----Lewis J. Cody men assembled hero today -for the Samuel Dodgs....... tved Goodwins annual conference of the foreign mis- "Ellis .....i. Kathleen Kirkham sion hoard ot. Protestant churches of j the United Slates and Canada. Ton! Wylde'hart the heroism ot the denly married Samuel Dodge aa a FO- soiton of tho SL Roche dcs Aulnals, lace for a heart desperately wound'ed county of LIslet, sarca the parish In its first experience of Ipve. Many church there from destruction by fire other women hud learned, like Toni, ijhen flames were discovered in lhe thai P.olln Van D'Arcy was not a boiler room of the church yesterday, marrying roan. Mrs. Ellis was .-me extremists were and she tried in vain to ware Toul arrested here yesterday following the that' D'Arcy ivaB merciless anil dan- discovery of a plot to terrorize the gerous. Dut foni was bent on revenge, capital with bombs, according to in-.Slic regarded Samuel merely as a formation received from onicial tcrs. COLONIAL HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT ONLY Great Headline Attraction THE RATHBURN FOUR In from Gnmd Opera