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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .mwtJARY PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS WINNIPEG, Jan. of. business in each oats and barby was small today with a good demand and pfterluKs light. Cash iiruppcd 2e with a poor demand. Pricos declined In the future oals market today, which was very dull :md sluggish. Barley showed streugtu early in the itay hut declined later vith trade being of small character. The flax market v.ras quiet. Selling Blight weakening on cows. Choice i Hteers, the tops arerajins pounds, made to Good i butcher steers, J10.00 to 111.00; or- I dlnary butchers, ?8.25 lo Choice butcher cows, to good butcher f.7.50 to common to canners. to volume jj.75; best tutclier bulls, to increases, it ii wilt ring about a deficit ot an additional llllcm and a halt marks for the rail- roade, which probibly will lead to nother advance In fS.OO; good veal calrw, (eeder steers, to Select to oft cars. WINNIPEG, Jan. 16 Livestock were 500 cattle, 1.350 hogi and 35 sawp received this -morning. The market this morning was gen- erally steady to itrong for food v.-as early In the day and to- 0( cattle, nblle other vardxlho close prices dropped. Eraje5 were selling steady. closed ftc lo %c lower. Bar-1 cllolce butcher helfert weighed un ley closed lower. Flax 2c lower Open. Close. S2-7J 82 !s 497 153 to We higher, and rye lower. Quotations: Nay July May May July May Prices Nu. 2 62ii No. 1 Ultra Feed No 1 85% BARLEY- NO. 3 'C.W.. Feed........135K No. 1 N.W.C. No. 2 C.W...4B6 No. 2 C.W. Calgary Livestock 494 478J4 at while heavy ulcers were disposed o( at Calves topped thli morning. The hog market was unchanged from yesterday'! cloie. Ntw Yerk NEW YORK, Jan. 16. Cloiins prices: C.l'.Rv 129; U. S. Steel, 143Vi; U. S. Steel pfd., WILL MEAN RATE INCREASE LONDON', Jan. strikers on 192 the German railroads resumed work in a majority ot the districts says a Central Xews dispatch today. The men, it la said wage increases-of .200 marks while the salaries o( otfl clals vrfffe increased 150 per cent No. 4 Hcjeclod No. 3 0-Pen-Trate Salve the Pores and Penetrates thi .407 Skin. Its Stimulating, Soothing arc .164' I Healing Effect soon relieves Ches Head .Colds, Colds in the Back .ISOVi .Croup, and any cougeslioi ________ InfiiHiuiiiioii, ur pains caused from C'ALGAHY, Jan. 3M cat- Colds." J5o per bpi. If your druggU lie. 27 calves, SIS hogs and 41 sheeii hasn't any, send ?5c in postage stamp were on sale rit the yards at noon Paris .Medicine Company, IS today. The .market was not so ac- Spadlna Ave., Toronto, and a full-sli live as earlier In the week, but prices box will bo mailed to you promptl) etill betd steady for steers, a Slaurlca Sulllran, Teresa Dale, Agries Jepton, XmncU Miss Nor- on and Margaret Pliilllppl. Scats go on Ealo Saturday at Arm- strong and RaworlVs. ILLAIN STAR WANTS TO BE SCREEN'S MOST HATED MAN Eric Strohelrri, Creator of "Blind Hua- banda'' WanU (Em to Set WKcn He The nnibltlon ot Eric von Stroheim, who created tbe character of tha de- spised and brutal Hun officer in that treat picture "Tho Heart of Human- Is to become the most hated Til- lain on the screen. With.the men he will succeed, but willi the !B a different story, (or Strohelm has written, dir ectea and starred in a picture in which be is Been as the most insidious love serpent that over crept Into Eden's' garden of willing Eves. Sirohelm wrote, directed and played the leading villainous "Blind Husbands." Unlvertal's quality feature coming to tho Colonial Thea- tro soon, and Julian Johnson, editor of the Photoplay Magazine, declares rc'cult to be "one of those mirac- ulous things, which often occur in novels, but seldom in real life. Jlr. Johnson, himself, in praising "Blind Husbands" does an almost un heard of thing, for ha is known as one ot the most conservative and relent less critics In the motion picture Held but Mr, Johnson is unstinted In his laudation of Slrohelm's effort. He says further. "It Is a flawless absorbingly interesting power- ful one. "I know because T have Just seen It, and certainly 1 was as much sur- prises, as any. Directors no more spring full-armed from their mere In- tentions than do writers or comnof- Nonnan Houston. A. Dcene Cole, John twenty millions to bestow upon tho CHARLES- RAY HAS UNUSUAL ROLE tN "THE 5HEHIFPS SON" Charles Ray gives an astonishing clever characterization In his new Paramount picture, "The Sheriff's Son." when he portrays a young man; who has inherited a great fear from his mother, and has to fight hard' to get the better of his weakness. When the story the' boy's father is badly hurt'in U fljht with cattlo thieves In New Mexico. The boy is yet uubom, but the mother, who sees her husband attacked, receives a sev- ere shock, and later this lad Is born wltli her fear ,ln him. His (athor Is slain by rustlers he'is Bent eait to be educated. Wiisn he U grown to manhood, ho comes west to rescue the cattleman who sent him east. ThU man has been taken pris- oner by the gang of cattle rustlers who were enemies of tho boy's father. begins the great struggle. All the boy's fear prompts him to turn back. But he lakes a Arm grip on h'lmself, pulls himself together and enters the domain of the cattle thieves. He learns whero his bene- factor is hidden and he meets the niece of hU enemy, the chief of the ealtle thieves. He fall.i in lovo with! the girl, and together they rescue the j cattleman who is prisoner. Having proved his courage and. regained his' self reaped, the lad brings about a! reconciliation between the caltlo rusUl lers and the law-a'nd-order element of the country. U Is a rlTldly dramatie ttory seen- arloized by J. G. Hawki from a story by William YcLcon Italnc. and it will shown at Starlarid tonight and io- girl who will marry his pet nephew. Making a selt-wlUed Highland las- sie marry anyone Hhe does not wish to Is a hard job, and old Jeremiah falls down In his plans for the first time In his lite. Still, things worked out beautifully alter a series of romantic obstacles. Tonight will also be Amateur Night, Tho big contest starts at 9 o'clock. "Elmo tho Mighty" and other atlrac- tlons will also be shown. supreme, will offer a musical act that bill In his latest athletic "6Vint" pic- meritorious. Those who like good ture, "Jack will thoroughly enjoy Shirley of Walsh's best pictures. As for com- edy, tho Rainbow bathing girls will and Shirley's act. Homer Denis, an attractive young man, styling himself "The Jolly Fel- low." will hand out fifteen minutes of the brighter side of life In his clever singing, talking and acrobatic dancing act. Oeorge Walsh will top the picture offer "Hoineos and Jolly funny "beachy" Good orchestral music, by lonlal Concert Orchestra will found out Monday and Tuesday's show in fine style. IU id ROLLtri SKATING ACT WILL BE FEATURE OF NEW "HIP" SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY With another very fine vaudeville sliow booked for next Monday am" Tuesday's "Hip" at tho Colonial, thea- tre-goers have certainly something good to took forward to. Featured on tUo randovillo bill will be tho famous comedians, tbo Gar- telle Brothers, tbo grotesque coml- ques. In ijiclr great comerly roller skating act. in Ibis act tho Garlolle Hrothejrs achieve a new note of nov- elty that Hteraliy makes audiences rock with solid laughter, for neither seems to bavo any control over his feet, and tbe bumps, tumbles, and ac- robatic mix-upi the pair get into aro about the.funniest things lo 05 imag- ined. .They a great act. Another! added feature to the bill will be the appearance o! Chief Illua Cloud and Princess Winona. Indian entertainers, In an elaborately staged Indian eitravaganza. Shirley and Shirley, saiaphonlsts ers, or playwrights. But Stobelm did morrow. Victor Schorlzlnscr direct- I S SATURDAY SPECIALS Brown Sugar, 5 Ibs: for St. Charles Milk, per tin Gold Seal Milk, per tin Eagle Brand Milk, 2 tins for Corn, per tin Peas, por tin Puffed WhcaL per Shredded Wlirat, por pkj. .Cream .of Wheat, ,likg................... JVC..---'3 Ibs. 70c 15c 20c 45c 20c 20c 15c 15c 30c Seeded Raisins, per pkg. Sun Maid SeedleEB lull- ill's, per pkg. Fancy Cleaned'Currants, per pkg. Pickles, 1 gallon jar Lux, 2 pkgs.......... for................'.. Potatoes, 7. Ibs................. Onions, 5 Ibs. for.................. Good Rating Apples, 15c 20c 20c 1.45 25c 25c 25c 25c WE ALSO HAVE CABBAGE, CARROTS AND TURNIPS WO NO DELIVERY 320 THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 1S72 proving that nothing is so contradic- tory as life.1' Another amazing feature of tbe entire production U that it is the first and only picture this man efer directed.; ed the picture under the supervision of Thomas H. Incc. "SHE WALKED IN HER SLEEP" "She Walked In Her a farce by Mark Swan, will be offered the theatregoers at the Majestic Theatre on Tuesday night next January 20th, for one night only, with Miss Norton- Paul Nicholson. The fun found in "She Walked In-Her-Sleep" centers rtoout the doings of a charming young- j lady, whose habit of sleep-walking causes a -world- of merriment tor-all observers and a- grcit deal of Trouble fur all those in its story. Tho scenes are laid In. fashionable hotel, through the.corridors and apart- ments this beautiful young woman deports herself, clad in most fetching night-robe of pink silk and a- large picture hat. While in a somnambulistic stale she enters the apartment of a young married couple and makes way with a bottle contain- ing a A great many amusing situations arise in wblcb the young husband has diffi- culty in explaining the presence of GHIATEi TODAYnililK It's safe to that "2314 Hours Leave1: will prove the biggest riot that Lethbridse theatre-going people have had a chance, to look at for months. a Thomas H. Ince special, and produced by Patamount-Art- craft and (fheerfully recom- Weak, Iliin or women nearly always nervous wrecks: thus conclusivaly proving that thin ness, weakness, .debility and neuras thenta are almost Invariably due to nerva starvation.. Feed your nerves and all these symptoms due to nerve starvation will disappear. Eminent specialists state that one of the best things for tho nerves 13 an organic phosphate known among druggists as Bilro-Pliospbutc, a five grain tablet of which should ho takci with each meal. Being a genuine nerve iilder und not a stimulant or habit Arming drug, Bilro-Phospbate can Bafely taken by "tlis weakest and mos delicate sufferer, and tho results fol- lowing its use are often simply aston- ishing. By strengthening- tbe nerves, weak, tired people regain energy and rigor; thinness and angularity give way to plumpness and curves; sleep returns to the sleepless; confidence cheerfulness replace deWlily ''and this to one and all. There are j gloom; dull eyes become bright, and many other attracllosn on the i rale, sunken cuceks regain tbe including Urigs's' Paramount Mag- zlne, Burton Holme's Travels, Outing- Chester and orchestra. AMATEUR NIGHT AND BIG FEATURES AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT Spottlswoode Aitlien, David Butler glow of health. CAUTION the use of -which is inexpensive, also won- promotes the assimilation of food, so much so, that many people report marked gains, of weight In a few weeks. Those taking it who do not desire lo put on flesh, should use the young lady in hfs apartment and and photoplayers, support little by little the entire cast becomes MarT MacLaren in "Bonnie, Bonnie mixed up in various adventures. For- which comes to the Colonial and Arthur Carewe, all well-known' extra caro in avoiding fat-producing Innately, like all good plays, the auth- or has been kind enough to extricate all the charcaters from rather embar- rassing positions ;p.d "hubby" is again reinstated In the affections of "wifie" and his mother-in-law. The cast Is Metropolitan, prominent tonight and Saturday. Olary .MacLaren, It Is declared, has never been starred in a more whole- some and delightful photodrama of life and love. As Allsa Graeme, a Scotch girl, she arrives in America with a letter from being surh well known flavor graritfather to old Jeremiah Bygens Desmond, Paul Nicholson, Wishart, A chronic old grouch with THE NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18th, will feature "THE FUR TRAPPERS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA RE- PORT THEIR GREATEST YEAR IN FINE SKINS" The enormous demand from the I fashion centers of Ihe Bast keeps the huntcrg busier than ever before. A half page picture of tho fur trap- pcra In action. Copies containing this and many oilier wonderful features cnn be se- cured from your local-Neva Agent, di- rect Irom the Promotion Depnrlmant of The York HerRld, or Mr. J.- K., Tangnay, Mgr. Montreal News Co., 3SG SU James St., Mont- real, Quo. Toronto News Company, 42 Yongc St., Toronto, Ont. St. John Branch, Montreal Co., St. John, New Unmswlck. Ottawa Hrandi, Montreal News Co., "8 O'Connor St.. Ottawa, Ont. R. U. Ross, Mgr. Winnipeg News Co.. 56 Albert St., Wlnnipoz, Man. W. H. Smith, Mgr. British Colum- bia News Co., 1001 Pcmlcr SI. W.V.C., B.C. NEW T. M. 0. A. AT OAPREOt. Tbis new railway T.M.C.A., now under eoailructlon by National Kailivays, will mean tnndi to Itio inhabitants of Ifie railway town of which has tprung up during the Ust five years, on tfio main lir.c of Canadian National liftilwaya between Toronto and 'Wmnipog, and now boasts of population of between five find six hundred railway who with their famines Imve located there. U will i provide; a wmmunity cenlre peopit may meet logtltior In a way, and hold meetings and concerts. new "i" will undoubtedly fill A wide, gup In the life of Cflpreol ia providing a community centre or clubhouse, will) its library, tilHard room, 1 writing room, cafeteria and Urge main nail 01 rMuadt, which foirtd be- used to advantage for a lecture, conceit, dance, 01 nny largd community 'gathering. The building kaj a esamte foundation, ouler walls are of briek finished with stucco and tlie sloped roif is with cedar jhlnglej, ;Ji i lower and npper rerandtb across the front, supported by a portico of four pillars, from tho cenlre of ttio lower verandah one enlerj ;1hroiigh a restibule into the main rottindi, in.the centre of which and opposite the door, in a alcove, is a Urge brick fireplace. Just to the. of the entrance tTia tniniger't room and office it iituMed, while Immfldialcly to the- left is the library find reading room. Hack of thd library, i 'fevarnted from totundi by tluro is large billitrd n RaniM room. An opftr vrritinj; room Is also provided nt the baek of ths rctimda between the alcove and room, To tho left of the. rolnndn, between l-.vo columns, one enters tho dininp room or from which, j throngh swine doors, access to kitchen is obtained. The main stairs aro.iitnalcd r.t the hack of the main hall between the kitchen and an ikove, where there (i also a itreet cr.trsn.-e to tKe bunding. A.simple treatment of stucco with cornifo inouW dnd plaster columns is used firougrioiit toe main floor. The floor u flnisiied with oak, while pnrtltlorjs and (rim are of fltorrl.i pine stained and varnished, On the second floor are 18 bedrooms, t sick UT, large- toilet bathroom and linen and from the corridors there lo fnur Iialconiej, whieb may be used us porehff, and would provf In cnsc of fire. On tlio tl.ird floor there ore also IS single roww, largo loilol and linen closets and nrcr.is to bnVohies from Oftrriflor, _ ulso been readc for two borfllrig sllcys, wMch will be pu! in TONIGHT AND TOMORROW CHARLES RAY THE SHERIFF'S SON Did you ever hear of a "timid" New York lawyer? Well, limi's Charles Ray In "Tho Sheriff's The poor fellow was Juat born scared, so he lias to HgM himself well as and husky gun-quick enemies. Somo tights! See them! GOOD COMEDY AND TOPICS OF THE DAY Adults 25 Cents COLONIAL-TONIGHT Big Amateur Night GET IN ON THE EARLY ALSO TONIGHT AND SATURDAY MAC The Sorriest Latile of thtfti all Mary MacLaren IN "Bonnie, Bonnie Lassie" Suppose Eomc fine old nan took your bretth by of- fering you his 'heart and hand and to boot and all the wlillo you wore only a, algn painter? Can you imagine how you would perhaps, yon can imagine how Mary Mac- Laroti felt in this great play, "Bonnie, Bonnib Lassie." You will glow with excitement, pleas- ure and satisfaction with every scene on this splendid play and you'll MacLaren, "Tha American Beauty ot the Screen" at her very beat. See ALSO SHOWINS "ELMO THE MIGHTY" latest Episode "FLIPS AND FLOPS" Howling YItagraph Comedy COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Adults 35c, Children lOc 'iiig Matinee Saturday for Kiddies.................. MAJESTIC THEATRE TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th GEORCE 8ROADHURST PRESENTS THE BIG LAUGH PLAY 'iSHtBLKEBINHERSUE WITH Miss Norton Paul Nicholson AND A METROPOLITAN CAST OF FARCEURS If YOU wcro a young married man In love wilh your wife, and a pretty girl all be-ribboned and be-rose-buddod: walked Into your room nl midnight and you were AM, alono and this pretty girl threm her nrms aronni! your neck WHAT WOULD YOU 007 Prices 75cr SEATS ON SALE i, EMPRESS TODAY and TOiyiORROW Prices 10-25 23 5 HOURS LEAVE A Thos. Inco Special. Tho IlriBhlcst, Merriest Comedy of the Season Featuring Hie Famous DOUGLAS MeLEA.N and DORIS MAY. This show please- one and all. It's simply great! ADDED ATTRACTION "BRIGG'S SKINNY SCHOOL SCANDALS" PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE, LATEST EVENTS, FORTY TO FRANCE, BURTON HOUMES' TRAVELS, AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, OUTING-CHESTER EMPRESS ORCHESTRA With the Music That'i Different. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY M ;