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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY rm w DAU.T PAGE FtVE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS UTMtMk Jan. offer- ings of all. cash. grains featured lo- ilay's market. Keports of a big ex- port demand for oats at seaboard .In the United States and a domestic, demand for cash oais caused prices eraHy steady to strong for good qual-' Sty butcher cattle, wblle other clssses and grades were selling in line with yesterday's close. Choice calves sold up to while good butcher steers changed hands at J13.M. Few good quality lambs were dis- posed ot at 514.25, and sheep at J10.00. The hog market continues steady at U7.00 for selects, fed and wat- ered. Calgary Livestock CAIJQAHY, Jan. on local cats fulure to catlle, SS calves, 195 hogs, aiid steady on the market today, sheep were on Ihe market at tho report Dial the grain corporation noon today. While not ?.s active as Is going to uso 70 per cent, of the I prices remained steady. available empty cars for Use of wheat. This report was considered very bearish by the trade. Only a small trade was recorded on the local market -and prices were gov- erned Jor tho most part by the Chi- cago market.. Oats closed high- er, barley Vic- lower, flax 4c to 1C good butch ere, (10.00 ll.TO; ordinary butchers, J8.50 9.75; good butcher cows, i8.7B; common COWE. Open. higher, rye Quotations: Way July May; ,t, 157 Way 495 July Jloy 194 Cash Prices Ko. 2 No. Z Kxlru No. 1 Feed SSii No. 1 Feed.. S5% No. 2 Feed.'. S3 Close. 478 154 Jl SS14 good bulcher heifers, 5S.OO to J9.00; common butchers, J6.75 to J7.SO; com- mon butcher bulls, J5.00 lo ?C.76; gooti veal calve.a, to JS.75; good teed crs were la great demand aud somo went to Chicago at ?10 nnce making (o f7.25 to Select hogs, off cars, New York Stocks NEW YORK, Jan. Ko. 3 C.W... 171ft Rejected Xo. 4 C.W...147is Track 15 Choice steers made from to to lo JS.OO to lo And Other Cabinet Ministers by Customers of the Ifort Fran- rig Paper Company latest effort, tha three act comedy drama, "The Squire's Daughter." "Th'n Sciulre'a Daughter" is a pleas- Ing anil delightful play, from the pen of Waller M. Wills. The society havo been very in their produc- tion of It this season, having given numerous performances, so that a finished performance may bo expect- ed tonight. A company of well-known ladles and gentlemen will bo steu in the various characters, and tho play will be well staged from a scenic standpoint. Tho performance tonight will com- mence sherp at 8.30. clal music by the Colonial Concert Orcheilra will be ottered. AT THE COLONIAL One of the Year's Most Delightful Plays, for Friday and "Bonnie, Bonnie Lassie" Is Mary 'Maciaren. FORT FRANCES. Out., Jan. SPLENDID PICTURE, "FOR HUSBANDS ONLY, AT COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY Tho big special feature. "For Hus- S K bands will bo shown again at s K is being taxeu against tho minister of commerce and other inhi- isters of the cabinet tor slopping the E0 d (hat it M wport o paper from tho Fort Frances h u for tm, M theairo tonl llt attraction Is reg- sales: C.P.R., S. Steel, 100; wuVclTfear'tiiatThe' embargo 'will' V. S. Steel'pfd., Ko: 1 N.W.C. 501 No. 2 C.W...4SS No. 3 C.W...45i! Track 491 Ko. i) C.W.. IDli. Winnlpea Livestock WIXNIPEU, Jan. Receipts this morning wcro S7ii head of cattle, hogs, and US sheep. The market tbis morning was gen- theT? 'l a big Ita wo 00 Btnt-kL? by 'h" family and is thoroughly enjoyable. i.OO, stocks, acl.011 is not taken, A 'oh, Oh, by the company Itself but by. the featuring Kddie Lyons and Chicago Eiumlner and the Mluncapo- Moran aud lne ,atMt' Screen Us Tribune, with whom the company wiji also Sttown4 Siw. 'Tll give you twenty million dol ,ars It you'll marry Ailsa Graeme." A MAJESTIC ATTRACTION I A new Idea iu farco writing is pro- mised in toe production ot "She Wait- ed Iniier Sleep" from the pea of Mark Swan, which will be provided after successful engagements In New York and Chicago, at the Majestic next week featuring .Miss Norton-Paul tJic- holson. This new idea which has to do with somnambulism treated with all the freedom permitted by the possibility of farce, relates to the wanderings o'f goat and leaps from coping to and from cornlco to window sill amon; Manhuttcn skyscrapers, sixteen stories from tho pavement. Of course, there would bo no farce It the sweet little miss remained on the window sill; she exercises no such admirable re- straint but enters, In wide-eyed sleep, various rooms other than ber own, thereby arousing various doubts, sus- picions and Jealousies in the minds of wives who witness hut to under- stand the Intrusion. The first act showing tho apartment of the Pres- a beautiful young girl who. shielded cotU and tho second act representing only by the sheerest of silk nightgowns the mezzanine floor of tie Hotel Cav- has contracts to supply cause suspension of publication. Stomach and Liver Trouble May Merge Some Deiiarimcnis Rumors A'ruut thc Vacancies The paper controller is determined that liis order of last Saturday shall be carried out in full. If tho coinpany does not Immediately comply with tho order it is understood that a seizure will be made of the paper on hand at tho mill in order to give1 the- western papers their needed supply. The ne- cessEiry protection -for making such :i seizure is being arranged. The Iloyal Canadian Mounted Police, who aro stationed here, aro about on other duty, hut It is understood.that a de- achmcnt of Ti.CJM.P. is being sent down from Winnipeg. I COLONIAL BULLETINS OTTAWA, Jan. retire- ment of Hon. S. C. Mewburn from tiifi cabmet ihas started the usual crop of political rumm-s. There are now two vacant of the department of public works and ot militia, and defense. In regard to the first named, gossip has it on the Once Ihe liver falls to filter the on8 !lanl1 that Hop. A. K. McLean is Jioiaonous bile from tho therelto take over tne department; on h a cloeging up and poisoning of will Hsn. whole system which causes manv Hugh at present, solicidor- Uoubles to arise.Therefore, upon the'Beneral In regard to both, Sir George liver, more than any other organ orator, acting premier, genially ob- tho body, depends the general health.! serai that he not responsible for neglect, and often-lBOsslp and knew nothing of the.rum- thoes wilful disregard of nature's la.ws.or- will put tho system out of sorts. The] Eo jip.vela become aTO Ml follows: inaotlve and the Eibmai-h upseL To Hon. J. A. Calder, minister of im- liring the system back to its becomes also acting mm- slate, you should lake Milburn's Laja-Ms'er of militia, and there Is Liver Pills. They liven up the liver, hood that his appointment wilt be the bowels back to their properimatl8 permanent. Hon. J. D. Reid, condition and tone up the stomach. 1 minister of ralh Mrs.' G. L. Cackett, Enchant, Alta.. ac have used Milburn's works. Since administration of Liver Pills anJ have found them good government railways was placed In for both stomach and livcT troubles, the hands of the Dominion railway have tolJ others about your valuablo! beard, tho work of the railway depart- meiliclue and they have used Uiemjnw'nt Ter? considerably re with good results. ductd. In regard .to, both of ttte vacant "They are also good for portfolios, however. Sir Robert Bord Mllburn's Pilb are 25c 1 en announced before departure that they unlikely to be filled vial at all dealers or mailed direct receipt of price by The T. Milhurn Limited, Toronto, LONDON, Jan. Churchill, the minister of war; Walter Hume Long, first lord of" the admiralty; Baron Beatty, commander of the Grand Fleet, and Field Marshal Sir Henry Wil- ion, chief of the Imperial ttaff, left London for Parts tonight to consult with Premier Lloyd George and other British offic- ials there on important naval and military questions. LAST TIME TONIGHT (THURSDAY) "For Husbands Only" dramatic treat for thc wliole, family -with MILDRED HARRIS starring. So said old Jeremiah Wlshart to David. Ills favorite nephew. Ono would Ihluk that David would ---------------------T jump at the chance, for Allsa emulates thc well known mountain andlsh are particularly etfectivo. prettiest girl that ever came from Ihe-------- Highlands of Scotland, but David had never seen her, {so he refused :md discarded Ills art studio for Ihe unre Etricted workroom ot nature anil be- gan palutlng signs. As he was painting a roadside slgnl a pretty girl happened along and asked for a Job. David learned that she- could paiut remarkably well asd he forthwith hired her as au assistant. The girl turned out to be Ailsa Graeme, and old Jeremiah happy for the first time In his life. That Is the basic theme of "Bonnie, Bonnie .the photodrama vrith Scotch atmosphere, thiit comes lo the Colonial thealre on and Saturday, with Mary MacLaren In the starring role. Together with Bonnie, Bonnie sic" on Friday and Saturday at the Colonial will ho shown the latest epi- sode of "Elmo tho Mighty" and an- other howling Vitagraph come- dies, "Yaps and Yokels." MAJESTIC THEATRE TUESDAY, JANUARY 20 GEORGE BROADHURST PRESENTS THE BIG LAUGH PL.AY SHE WALKED IN HER SLEEP'i WITH MISS NORTON, PAUL NICHOLSON AND A METROPOLITAN CAST OF FARCEURS Prices 75o, 1.00, J1.50 and Seats on Sale Saturday at Armitrong and Raworths. SMOKING MAKES IT EASIER TO GET ALONG WITH MEN, SAYS A WINNIPEG WOMAN WINNIPEG, Jan. men it makes them' to, get along with ard helps them to tsid Luther Hollind, president of the Women's Civic League, here today. She hoped women would not start smoking to straighten out the tangle men's smoking and thinking had caused In world 'affairs. One local tobac- conlft declared 10 per cent, of his customers were women. Horses Horses until his Ttn iitnrglnt'of number of public departments Is, planned with a conse- quent reduction la tho number of present portfolios. SPECIAL UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE We are instructed to soil tlie following horses from THE BE'iQmO RXKCH lately Purchased! fB. HI At ALBERTA STOCK YARDS, CALGARY, ALBERTA on mm, mm ZGtii, 1920 AT ONE O'CLOCK 370 GRADE CLYDES- DALES, 370. 27 REGISTERED CLYDESDALES, 27 Comprising head Mares, 4 to 8 years did, 1300 ty> 16SO Ibs. CO head Geldings, 4 to 5 years old, 1300 to 1550 Ibi. head Three-year-olds, good boned. head Two-year-olds, good boned. 65 head Yearlings, good boned, 22 head registered Mares and Fillies mi S Stallions. The above are an ex- ceptionally cold bunch of hors- es and will he sold absolutely without re servo in lots to suit [lurchasers and aro all halter broke. TERMS CASH A. LAYZELL COMPANY, LIMITED E5I07, E5493 Auctioneers: A, Layzell.and J. W. Durno BIG AMATEUR NIGHT AT COLON- IAL FRIDAY NIGHT Fro In great big chunks is going to be handed out at the Colonial Theatre on Friday night this week, for It's go- Ing to he Amateur a real old time Amateur night at that. The Colonial management are endeavoring to stir up all the available talent there Is In the city, and with the list of names already handed in It looks as though there will be a merry contest on Friday nlght- Bverybody Is invited lo lake If you know of any "hidden talent" iclp to develop It on Friday nighl. FRIDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK A Real Old-Time AMATEUR NIGHT We are gathering up all the amateur talent .we can possibly find, and oa Friday night Intend staging ttie biggest Amateur (.Contest ever seen in this. city. It's going to hi> a big old'night, with lots ol pep, so get ready for it.'-And dp.you want to LAUGH? If you DO, don't mfss 1 Friday tright. CASH PRIZES FOR THE BESTTALENT REMEMBER, FRIDAY NIGHT, THIS WEEK COLONIAL MASKED MAR- VEL" ha. ilready hincfcd In his ntmi, Hc'l! there Friday. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. Frauds Involving many millions of dollars In connection with the building of ships for the govern- ment In Oregon, Washington and been unearthed by government investigators, it became- known today when Wil- liam H. Tidewell, agent of the treasury department, was ap- pointed chief assistant to Special Assistant U. 8. Attorney-General Burt Schillings here. It is understood Attorney- General Palmer on the strength of the scope of the alleged discov- ery of graft In Pacific coast ship- yards, ordered the United States shipping boirds to hold up claims of approximately 000 to awnlt ihe eutcome of the Investigation. SUB. COMMANDER WHO SANK FRENCH BATTLESHIP SUICIDES WITH POISON BERLIN, Jan, Mor- aht, commander of the submarine which sink the French battleship Danton and other vessels, died yesterday in a hospital at Ham- burg after having taken poison, according to a dispatch to the Lokal Anzelger, Two hundred and ninety-six lives were loit with the Danton. Pirrtf pitnta cstsrhi iM-stiM] Hols ril ssni. SOc. hu. Ail oni Stem GREAT FAVOR IN "1 Showing at the Empress Last Time Tonight. I Dorothy Dallon, the Paramount- Artcraft slnr, is cnjoyinB a rvipidly Increasing' popularity with motion plc- tura fans. Her previous pictures, "-ESt- "Hard and 'Other Men's esWbllshert hen ;8 a screen artist of the- first order. Cow cornea her latest "Tho Market of supervised by Thom- as If. Into, which will he s-tcn at tho popular Emnrqss for (ho last Umo to- night. Ben Tnrpln, Chas. Murray and Phyllis Haver, wllh an all- slnr cast, nrc on Iho somo program In fl his comedy hill. Th's makes ono of Iho host double bills ever offered (o (lie lyOthuridge fans, I EMPRESS LAST TIMtS TODAY MACK SENNETT'S Great Comody Hit Salome vs. Shenandoah ALSO Dorothy Dalton 'THE MARKET OF SOULS' THE PICTURE BEAUTIFUL "COME SPEND THE PASSING NIGHT WITH ME." W. S. HART SCORES BULLSEYE Wiiliam S. Hart, popular Artcraft alar, has scored another bullaeyo In his laleat western picture "Wagon Tracks" which Is doing largo hus'lnea: ill Starland. As Buckskin llamlllcn, a desert guide, Mr. Hart has ono of the strongest roles he has essayed in many months and hia supporting com- pany headed by Jane Novak and Rob- ert McKini Is excellent. "Wagon Tracks" will be shown for tho last times at Starland tonight and no one should fail to see this Hart masterpiece. RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY AT MAJESTiC TONIOHT At Iho tliealrc l (Thursday) under tiio auspice-, Hoy, Stuila, thn Hdy llrnniaUc Socls'y prosent POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE Wm, Mart "Wagon Tracks" The picture that has received more praise from Uiosc- who have seen U, picture that has bosn shown In the cUr for months. regret that wo cannot bold It longer then to- day, so miss It tonight. FATTY ARBUCKLE In a One-reel Comedy "FATTY'S JOY RIDE" and OTFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Adults 35c Children 10c (JANUARRY 15th) THE RAYMOND DRAMATIC SOCIETY present "The Squire's Daughter" A DeKghtful Comedy Drama b Three by Walter M. Wifls. SPECIAL SCENIC PRODUCTION CAPABLE COMPANY CLEAN WHOLESOME EFFECTS Presented Under the Auspices of the Lethbridge Boy Scouts. 75c, 5Qc SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S JEWELLERY STORE STARLAND FRIDA Y AND SATURDAY Two d vors and was on THOMAS H.INCE' presents IN Yon remember "Greased "Hayfoot, "The Busher" and other Ray Production. Here is one in which Charlie is at his best. Adults....................25c Saturday Matinee, Children....... 5c ;