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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY PAGE FIVE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS anu WINNIPEG, Jan. was a fair demand for oats in the cash mar- kets tcday, spreads unchanged to 1-40! better than on Friday. Offerings ivero very light, Aa excellent demand existed for No. J hurley, spreads 2o better, with a good liKjuiry for No. -1 at lo better r-proad. Rejected and feed grades Move were ..unchangoi with offerings uot larflc. Cash flax was unchanged frym Friday. Oats closed l-2e higher for May at K 5-S. July closed l-8c higher. Barley closed 1 l-Sc lower; flax 1 l-2e lower for.May, S l-2c for July. Quotations: Open. Close. 82'E 92% I v in the role that will add to the hatred inner dramas of the soul lhal aro fa 1 features o( the act, which, by the way, I aroused by his part of the brutish otten a part of tho young man's life, has been a big feature on several of OATS- May...... Juiy...... May FLAX------ if.fl'l July RYK May S9V4 470 190 -ISO Cash Prices Nn. 2 32% J7i. 3 Xo. feed-.............. ES% N'o. 1 SOVJ Nil. 2 fecit.. S3't lo Cut Out New York Middienien and Help Kate of Exchange BRYAN TO HEAD A NEW PARTY NEW YORK, Jan. Washington report' says tbat W. J. Bryau alms to form a radical labor and farjn party, and nationalization of Industry, Hun ofllcer in "The Heart of Human- ity.'1 Strohelm depicts the rolo of Lieuten- ant von Steubcn ot tho Austrian army. He goes to a fashionable Alpine re- cort to prey ou all womankind. Through suave mock courtesy and strictest attention to her smallest is hinted at. as one. oi its phnks I wanls he breaks down tho terrier ot rfi her reserve and leads her into a mild Falling to ruin the life ot a beau- American girl, although ho nearly accomplishes his vllo purpose. Wilson Democrats aro reported to be disturbed by reports from (he west of the N'ebrs- liaii's purpose. Mr. Itay Is not (lashing, ho does not: tho larger Eastern Circuits. Tho portray the rollk-Vinp hero. He kioes I (JarteHo flrothtrs wero last season a glvo us real life, however, and tho j feature of tho N'ew York Hippodrome sort of young men wo rub elbows with each day In Iho street. Ho rotusca to strut and bo unreal, and with each screen characterization his voguo grows, for the public has been quick to recognize the value of hts work. spectacle Homer attractive youug man who dubs himself "Tho Jolly Fellow" will bo seen on the bill with hts clever singing and dancing spec- ialty act. His attractive personality In his new Paramount picture, "The makes him a popular favorite, arid Sheriff's which is twine shown at Twith his happy lino ot comedy patter SUrlaud toulghl, Mr. Hay gives us one] ho is sure to score a hit, of his creations, a youug man. ghlrlcy and Shirley, aaiaphontsts who has Inherited a. great fear from supreme, will nfler their brilliant inus- ab'o direction of Charlie Beresford havo another fine orchestral concert lined up which will pui lota of pep In- to the show. Three performances on Monday and Tuesday be special mat- inee at 2.30 and evening shows at 7 and 9 p.m. MONTREAL, Jan. Cana- dlan u means toward ad jusiiug the adverse American ex- change rates between Canada and the United Slates, W. S. milautyne, the local British trade commissioner, to- day advocated the appointment of agents for Canada by British firms. A tremendous quantity of raw manu- facturing.materials which have their origin In the empire are being handled (or Canada by American agents and Xo. 4 Tr-ick Ka. 1 N'.W.C...... 2 No Nr.v York Stocks N'KvV YORK, Jim. Closing jobbers, said Mr. Ballantyne. These firms, mostly in .N'ew York, have the sole agencies for British on this side of the Atlantic and Canadian buyers who wish to purchase their j goods aro compelled to buy them from American commission houses. If the Dritlsh firms would appoint t Canadian agents and keep them sup- plied, Canadian manufacturers and importers, Mr. Ballanlyno added, wcftild not have to deal wilh American j firms at ruinous exchange rates. i Mr. Ballantyne has 'communicated his views to tho Canadian Manutac- 'J'.J; I Hirers' Association. I_________________i RESTORES DYING PLANTS Experiments ici ICngland with motorized peat fertilizer have restor- ed apparently dying plants to' belter [ban normal conditions. von Steubcn directs his attention to mother, and who makes the great tca[ act. Those who like good music the humble girls of tho Alpine village fight to win his courage and manhood. ,vm thoroughly enjoy Iho Shlrleys, and brands their simple souls with his i hot passion. "SHE WALKED IN HER SLEEP" MAJESTIC, TUESDAY An Interesting announcement Is the coining of tho new and successful laugh play "She Walked In Her direct from long and prosper- ous engagements in Chicago and K'cw York an} Boston. It will be offered [Is downfall comes when ho lauu- chcs bis puny strength -against the might of the eternal mountains. Suppo'rtiug Strohelm Is tho beauti- ful Francella Billington and the fol- lowing cast of widely known Universal players. Sam UcGrassc, II. Olbson- Oowland, Valerie Germonprez and Jack 1'errln. "Olind Husbands" presents a nevei'-to-be-forgotten contrast of the majesty of tha mountains with the baseness o( human desires. It will be shown at the Colonial Theatre on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 2Sth, 29th and 20th. AT THE COLONIAL Young had a penchant ZEPPELIN LEAVES ON FIRST VOYAGE NEW former Overman imssenger liner re- C. P. It.. ISO: IT R 105- S turned over to the British mm- of shipping anrl allocated to the a1- preferred. 115 u-3. GtlAIM OTTAWA, Jan. White Star Linn ,ivill leave today for for painting ones That the girl he loves comes to him In tgr (hey he winning accentuates tho conatruc- ttvo sldo of the storj-. Tho story was wrlLteii by William McLeod Raine ami tho scenario was the work of .1. G. Hawks. Tliq leading woman Is Seena Owen. MONDAY'S "HIP'' BILL Novslty Roller Act Tops "Hip" Bill at Colonial Fine Acti Also on Bill Comedy will he the predominant feature on the new Hippodrome Vaude- ville Bill which will be offerei at tho Colonial Theatre on Monday and Tuesday, three out of four of the acta specializing on their laugh-producing proclivities. Tho famous Gartelle Brothers, Ilko September ho did tesquo comlqiics, will be n big feature (hem badly that his grouchy old on the bill, with theTr excruciatingly millionaire uncle urged him to take np funny roller-skating comedy act. ton-Paul Is'lcholson, heading the cast. One thing certain 13 that this de- lightful play has a most engaging and piquant title, hasn't it? And when it Is further that It is the newest work of Mark Swap, it Isn't asking too much of the reader to believe that in his newest writings, out of farce improbabilities, he has woven a gOEKamer thread of dainty fun that. irvv. captivates by reason o( its cleverness'know thai a cow arose from the ground IB0mo really clever fancy skating and its all delightful wit. The i aft and no L fore first Little Scotch! total credit of the success of ''She j Ailsa Graeme, tho bonniest lassie he Walked in Her Sleep" does not, how-. had ever seen, sot him right and he ever, lie in Its all around cleverness.! forthwith hired her as his assistant.} Soine of it must he given to tho ex-1 Then they fell in lora and1 they company provided hy George i reled and made a dreadful mess .of sign painting. So ho did. Bumps and jumps, knocks and tumbles, And poor fellow, ho did not even I acrobatic Bkatlog. comedy singing and i extensive repertoire of both classic and popular selections so arranged as to pleaso the most fastidious. And, to close the show, one of tho season's finest novelty .acts will be seen In the appearance of Chief Blue Cloud and Princess Wlnona, Indian on- tertalacrd, In a comprehensive revue. Princesa Winona, tho only full-blood cd Indian prium donna on the vaude- ville stage Mill offer a number of en- tertaining selections. Chief Blue Cloud Is a full-blooded Sioux Indian from the I'ino Kldge Reservation, and la a graduate of the Government Uni- versity at Carlisle, Pa. He is a son ol Chief Hed Cloud, contemporary of Sit- ting Bull. Georgo WtUsh, the dynamic star 'will be seen In his latest photoplay feature entitled "Jack Spurlock, ProJ- one of Walsh's greatest "stunt'1 pictures, and the Rainbow Girls will furnish the comedy pictures in their latest seKshore picture "Jlomeos and LAST TIMES TONIGHT CHARLES RAY Liverpool her first voyage under Pau, xtchotson, N'orman Houston, A ca nder Pau, arry jjce ISroadhurst in association with A. S.; things till finally there came a turn In Stern the tho tide and the happy young folka who for (he nonce has turned produe- i found themselves in the good graces it includes the services of such of Dave's millionaire uncle, with twen- brilliant players as ISugenu Desmond, ty million dollars settled on them. Such is the story of "Bonnia, Bon-i in Cole. John Maurice Sullivan. Ter-1 nle Mary MacLaren's newest i'W bushels. Total, 12.0S3.04S raouUl' Cherbourg and Southampton. Interior terminals: Wheat. other grains, tmsftels: total, bushels. Public elevators, east: Wheat, C.- fue.l.'l bushels; oilier grains. bushels. Total. bushels. Totals: Wheat. 1G.242.203; other irains. 25.27S.5S1 bushels. On January IS. the totals TVRTC:, bushels; -grains. bushels. On January li, 1018: Wheat, 22, 083.014; other grains, On January 12, 1917: Wheat, 27.- 310.472; oihcr grains. On January 15, Wheat, other grains, On January 14, 1915: Wheat, other grains, On January 15, 1D14: Wheat, 207.384; other grains, COMING SOON TO THE ONIAL OF COURSE ONE NIGHT ONLY If a wife is neglected by her too-busy husband, has she the right to accept the o{ other men? You'll decide when you sec 3ND MBANDS If a doesn't love his wife clio-uUl another man be blamed if he thews "her that he cares for her? You'll know you 'MND When the truth ii known tt lut, should the htijband take his revenge acknowledge most of the faujt us his own? You'll leirn BlllND HUSBANDS UNIVERSAL-, JEWEL P5COUC1 BLIND HUSBANDS" COMING TO COLONIAL SOON What ia perhaps the most awei Inspiring scenery ever recorded by the motion picture camera Is seen in 'Blind the Universal photodrama of the Tyrolean Alps, which conies soon to the Colonial Theatre. The phoiourama stars Eric Stro- helm, formerly of the Austrian tiswoode Aitken, David Butler and Ar- i thur Cnrewe have Important roles in j the supporting cast. POPULAR PARAMOUNT STAR HERO IN TYPICAL RAY PIC- TURE "THE SHERIFF'S SON" Charles Tlay is undoubtedly the cleverest ot the screen's young actors when it comes to.'portraying the home- ly human virtues' and foibles, and the Next Tuesday, Jan. 20 ONE NIGHT ONLY S THE LAUGHING t'rir.M, ya.ou sissr jfefesiMit S-WAN WITH MISS NORTON PAUL NICHOLSON V AND A GREAT CAST OF FARCEURS If YOU were ayoimg married man in lova with your wife and a pretty girl all be-ribboned and be-iose- budded walked into your bedroom at midnight and you were ALL alone and this pretty girl threw her arms 'around your neck WHAT WOULD YOU DO? Prices 75c, SEATS ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S NOW The Colonial orchestra, unilcr the FINEST ORCHESTRA AND FINEST SHOWS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (SATURDAY) MARY MACLAREN in "BONNIE, BONNIE LASSIE" "ELMO THE MIGHTY'' "FLIPS AND FLOPS" Great Vitagraph Comedy The Early Comer the Best Seats Tonight DON'T MISS THIS BIG WEEK END SHOW Hon. and TUBS. I HIPPODROME ill SBJ tie tet shoi In niiitds A "CRACKERJACK" SHOW. MON, TUES. The Famous Gartelle Bros European Grotesque Comlques in a Great Comedy Roller Skatina Act HOMER DENIS Singing and Acbrobatlo Dxnclng Comedian Shirley and Shirley GEORGE human dynamo, in JACK SPURLOCK, PRODIGAL" THE RAINBOW GIRLS In Thrir fullest Kihnusical "ROMEOS AND JOLLY JULIETS" Chief Blue Cloud and Princess Winone Indian Enlertalnert Oreat Stage Setting Jimmy Aubrey in "BUMPS AND JUMPS" COLONIAL ORCHESTRA CHARLIE BERESFORD, Director Wo Children Special Dally Matinee 2.30; Nights and 9.00 THE SHERIFFS SON A PicturizatJon. of the. Well- Known Novel by William Mc- Lcod Halno. It's Good! See It! CHARLES CHAPLIN iri "THE SQUARE-HEW "TOPIC3 OF THE DAY" MONDAY TUESDAY CHARMING Billie Rhodes The Love Call' A Robertccn-Cole Production This Is Miss Rhode's first ap- pearance in lyjthbrtdje since we wero showing "The Terror ot tho. and no doubt her many admirers will be glad to welcome (Ira return ot the charming llttlo star. "SOFT MONEY" A Lloyd Comedy, and "THE GREAT GAMBLE" EMPRESS 3 DAYS STARTING MONDAY f D. W. Griffiths' 'BROKEN Masterpiece BLOSSOMS" ;