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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; JANUARY M, 1U20 -AGE I'lVB DRAMA MARKETS ftn. WHU the drop from three to four cunts during tho tciv days In Ilio future oalB market, for cash oats baa con- siderably {trctigllieucil a brisk wading bis resulted. There a good demand for cash barley today with a discount for the bettor grides. Canadian 'crushers arc absorbing (las offerings, Bonio ottering an much as lOc ofer Hie Jluy isolation for No. I northern. Oats closed He to ?ic jigtier, barley Sic lower, J.OO In k_ lhclj; namcs 410.CO. ,_ in right nway to Manager Leu Brown i t the Colonial. Bfg casli prizes will best talent, and each Indians is used, In an attack on a car avail of Tralrle schooners 'making their arduous way across tho dosor toward the sunset, via tho old Santa. Fe trail. io .irama in every foot of the film, charm as well as thrill, j Jane Novak is.lcadlng woman and Itobert McKIm, the most realistic vll- lain In the screen M'orld, l has tho :l i heavy role. The remainder of tho cast is powerful. Mr. Hart plays the part of a guide i whose experiences arc ono series of j sensational adventures in a day when adventure was every real man's rni-4- j die name. -The picture Is bellovod by Mr. Harl to he ono of his best and cer- tainly if time and effort are of any consequeucG in a picture his judgment old adago appiEt-s ut the present tnoat lunusmg fari-e "She Walked' In Her whivb comes to tlje Majestic for one night oniy, next iitay. January 2Cih. iV play'Is from ihe ven of Mark Svvaii and Is iiroduceil by A. S. Stem and- Co.. In association with Goorgo Broadlpirst. "She Walked In Her Ml-s Nurton-Paul bblEOli Is an iip-ttMlie-iuinuta farce, sibllttles of the plot rest upon the sleep walking iiroultvlttes of a clisruilpg young woman wUo wanders In a somnp.buHsUc tttte through the SUowing tin unciumy tendency to enter, the rooms of young married couples and perfectly proper bach- Common bulcliors, SS.OO lo {9.00; oTio load of cow. HMO. J550 to 56.00; good butcher heifern. "S9.0U to 59.50; lirlme'calves, 5S.25 to 59.50; canners, to J5.00. HOES, solcctE, off cars, 517.05. SUCOEEPS PROF. McCALLUM I receive a prize DRAMA THRILL AND CHARM HART'S NEW PICTURH What ia salt! to be perhaps the most. Directive iiicturo' in which William S. i OTTAWA. Jan. Canadian Hart has ever appeared, report from tho committee htR latest Artcrofi picture of the privy'council r.piiroved by His is playing-at Sturland today Excellency yesterday, appointed Dr. A. iinil tomorrow. It-li accurato histor-! Knight, omcrltns professor of ically and will afford delightful enter- hiology, Queen's University, Kingston, tainment to "Bis -Dill's" admirers C to succeed Dr. A. B. McCallum. who Gardner Sullivan lyrote and ndaptcd do story and Lambert Hillyer fllrec- has retired as representative pf the ilepafihier.L o[ naval service on tho hioiogical board. Dr. R. F. RuUen, professor in cheni- Ijtry In McGill University, is also lioinlod a memter ol the blolouical board to fill the vftoii.'v created by the i-caignai'ion ot O. J. was annoinled lo the chan- cellorship of tho University of Liver- pool. tccl the production: In ono of the-scenes, a band of real CAMPAIGN FOR LAURIER MEMORIAL PROGRESSING OTTAWA. Jan. Canadian the exception of Ontario anil Saskatchewan, whore local con- ditions have an effect on the pre- liminary organization work, tho cam- paign to raise a fund for tho erection of n memorial to the late Sir Wilfrid Lnnrler, is (progressing splendidly, it Is staled by those who have Hie work In hand. Expectations are that when the fund closes on February 17, tho an- niversary of Sir Wilfrid's ilrath. the objective of will have been exceeded. COUNTRY STORE "VODVIL NITE'' AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT With an array of novelties seldom equalled, the Colonial Theatre man- agement will -tonight present another of their Immensely successful Country Htore "Vodrll The doors of tho theatre will be opnncd sharp nt seven o'clock .and the big event will lie singed at nine o'clock, after the first showing of tho feature pictures. Over one Individual will bo given away tonight, ranging all the way from bags of tlonr, Rroc- sugar, crockery, gloves, shoes, etc., to cash prizes. Jlany laughable noveltv prizes wilt be handed out, laughs being a very necessary com- modity nt .1 real Country Store Mshl. lit addition to the Country Storo event tonight, one of the finest feature photoplay bills of the season will be offered. Mildred Harris (now Mrs. Charlie Chaplin) will bo seen In her big spectacular production entitled "For Husbands Only.'' A stunning 'and Moran comcviy and the latest screen magazine will complete tho shoiv. Tonight Only (WEDNESDAY THE BIG FUN FESTIVAL Country Store "Vpdvil Nite9' Laughs Galore, uiul aodlea of ftiu for (liO; wliote family. Scores of valuable prizes Riven away, tnclndinf bags of: flour; bags of sugar.'boxes of appies, crockery, conicdy prizes, anil saveral CASH ALSO THE STARTLING PHOTOPLAY FEATURE JEWEL! Bif Dramatic for th. Whola COLONIAL FRIDAY NIGHT' THIS WEEK A Real Old-Time AMATEUR NIGHT We are gathering iip all thp amalcur talent we can possibly find, ana on Friday night intend bigBest. -Amateur citv. night, with loi.'s-of .feet i-eady tor it.iAua Bay, do you want lo LAUGH? If you DO, don't miss Friday "tent. CASH PRIZES FOR THE ?EST TALENT To intending Hnixl in your names now to tho Colonial management, 11 mat- ters not what you piano, recite, sing comic or have tlic nerve to get up on the stage and amiiFo an HAND IN YOUR NAME NOW, and you will ha right in lino for a substantial cash prize. REMEMBER, FRIDAY NIGHT, THIS WEEK COLONIAL MASKED MAR- VEL" has already handed in his name. He'll be there Friday. TODAY TOMORROW Big Double Program MACK 5ENh4ETl COMEDY "SALOME V5 Dorothy Dalton In II. Inco's Latest Production ------Empress Music Pleases------ A Beautiful Para-Alta Magazine "COME WATCH THE PASSING NIGHT." Tonight (Wed.) 3and' Thursday RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY AT MAJESTIC THURSDAY An event ot considerable interest will be tho visit to the Majestic thealro on Thursday evening this week, of the Raymond iJramHtte Soc- iety, In their fine rrosuntadon ot the play "The Sciuiro's a de- .llghtfnl comedy drama lu three acli. The company have-already given sev- eral the play tills HCH-: rjmi. and have been highly successful In their efforts. A largo conuviTiy Interpret tho various roles, a.nl special allc-nllort has been given j to tho scenic Investiture. The liny Scouts, under whose auspices the Socloly will visit LelhbrlilRe, arc working hard to niahe tho evening a fluei'Cfis. Tickets are being sold by all tho hoys, and It Is to bo hoped that Lethbrlilgn will turn out. In force and glvn our visitors from the Hoiith I'ounlry a. cordial wkonio on Thuratlay evening. STARRING MILDRED HARRIS ALSO LYONS AND MO RAN COMEDY LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE 3Sc Children 10 Cents COMING "BLIND HUSBANDS" in kicking little pimps, laiil liy tlio and artistically handled, doctor onn nt a time ou tlui table "Blind is tho flrst: before tHo eyes of the proud .father, {eifort in directing of Erie Strp- oE ttio Universal ConiLJany. Ho rot uuly and directed the__ piece played the principal will he sent devoting his unepsirlnx failed for his work as tho brutish to o.u insidious lovo vulture i Hun army officer in "The Heart., Is attempting io destroy -the Jaiiet-jof II u run Ity of Iho doctor's honic. How the] Krancelia UllUngton plays situatloii was by Arm-j poslie the ntur In the role of Mrs. strong and "the other man" on' the sublime heights o! the Pinnacle, tbu most inaccessible peak of tlio Alylno mountain range, Is aald to be un- surpasfceil omotional internet. The entire story, however, is uiosl Armstrong. T. 11. Gitson-Gowlanii gives u most poivrayal of rolu of "Sileut Sepp'' one-time famous mountain wlwx' lost his life m the'mouutaius In. aa attempt to save some toui-lsts. ''Blind Husbands'1 Relates Advent of Set of Triplets anrf Perfidity of Hun Officer, Kverycne who has ever given the subject a thought knows ih'at there la only a brief etep from humor to pathos. A striking example of OilS fact Is contained In "lllind tho Universal photortraina o' the Alps which is to bo shown al the Colonial soon. Dr. Armstrong, a famous American surgeon, played by Sain DcGrasse, Is a visitor in Cortina, an Alpine moun-j tain resort, lite professional services" are called upon by the only other doc- tor In the village lu attend a little mother. Dr. Armstrong and the vil- lage doctor arrive.at (he home of a mounlnlueer and his wife just lu time lo assist in bringing Into the world a fino set of healthy triplets. Tho picture ot tho three howling, MAJESTIC THEATRE TUESDAY, JANUARY 20 GEORGE BROADHURST PRESENTS THE BIG LAUGH PLAY WITH MISS NORTON, PAUL NICHOLSON AND A METROPOLITAN CAST OF FARCEURS Prices 75c, and Seats on Sale Saturday at Armstrong and R a worths. THIS WEEK (JANUARRY 15th) THE RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY present "The Squire's A Delightful Comedy Drama in Three Acts by Walter M. Wiiis. SPECIAL SCENIC PRODUCTION CAPABLE COMPANY CLEAN WHOLESOME COMEDY-NOVEL EFFECTS Presented Under the Auspices oJ the Lethbridge Boy Scouts. Prices 75c, 50c SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S STORE TONIGHT TOMORROW "I consider tills the very best Hurt pioluro that I havn ever seen. You win bo disappointed 1( you do no' ace G. E. FLEMING. Mountain and plain nnrt his horses, nr.tl wa Irnins crawUng ovor lh? old Santa W Such hceu his life, unti] ono day tlioy brouyht his brotlmr homo murdered. Attar 4hal he Hnmllton the nvcn JM% unM! he finds his man. Then a cnleat of Iho j roving Intlliin bp.ncl, Kccliing and rn eye (or an ayft. A IhrilUnff, gripping story o( Iho Conic- and seo H- GOOD COMEDY AND BRITISH GAZETTE AT ALL Adults 35c Children 10c ;