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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920 FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Grai> Jan. feature of tho local market today was tlio big, demand Tor is'o. 3 cash barley. 1 J'renjiums ou (his grade edVitnced Sc. being 22c over May, while quolilioui! iu tho futuro market were soing down. There was a good demand for outs with spreads unchanged. Cash flax offerings were light, with crushers taking a few odd cars. Oats closed lower for May and Jic lower for July, llarloy 1% lower for May. Flai lower for .May and up for July, and Hyo -Ic lower for -May. American Macona Goes Down With 49 Membere of Ship Disaslcrs May...... July -May May Julv 5lny Qpon Close 451 471 4S9 472 130 Cash Prices 2 0. 3 C. Kxtra 1 Feed 1 Feed t bcca 3 17STS -I C. ..Ml ..4SI ..1S2 Feed Flax- 3 X. W. C. 2 0. W !S1 Track 2 C. New York Stocks NDW YORK. Jan. Closing prices: I1. II- II. S. S'.ccl U. K. Steel 155U. Calgary Livestock (Dominion Livestock Urr.ncli) GAIiV, Jan. 15. Stormy STOCKHOLM, Jsn. nlhc members of tile crew of the American steamer Macorr, which struck a rock off Nidlngen Light and foundered, were lost, the only survivor being the second mate of the ihlp. Passenger Ship Dlwbled NEW YOTfK. Jan. lino from the British steamer liardic has been made fast to the disabled transport I'owhatlan and an attempt will bo made lo tow tho vessel Into Halifax, Powhattan is disabled with flood- t ed boilers 600 miles cast of New York. s-ii' Kivo hundred passengers are aboard Two American destroyers, tvro coast cutters" and'several tugs fron Halifax are proceeding lo her ancc under full steam. "A tremendous Eoa is I -s j wireless mosrage Elates. Although th passengers on the Powhattan are comfortable they will be transform to the White Star liner Ccilric fo KJifety ns soon as the seas moderate The'transport, at last reports, wa still- taking water. Lr.ke Steamer Ashore NBW YORK, Jan. can steamer Lake Harney, a vessel I the coastwise service, was reporte ashore today, one and a half mile east o! Bine Point coastguard statio UAiAjAi! i jan. aiurniv wuu- (her made Iraoiness slow at the local on the Long Island coast and aliou lorlay. ths total number of cat- 15 miles from Fire Island. He ottering being 1S4, with 30 hogs. toil price on was 18c and on choice 0.40. Hue prices slood Not In Immediate Danger HALIPAX, N. S., Jan. Can aflian livo .hundred pas firm .with 17.85 being offered for se- sengers abandoned the United State! lects i army transport Po'.vhattan, in dlstres GRAIN STOCKS off Sable Island, arc In no immediat T'ORT WILLIAM, Ont., Jan. danger, advices steamer n Following slatement of stocks in store ccivei at the naval station hero thl in public terminal elevators at Fort morning stated, but ars suffering con William alid Port Arthur on January slderably from the cold. Hi with receipts and shipments during Further advices wert-to effoc the past week, was Issued by the that the White Star llnci- Cedr board o[ grain commissioners on Sat- would take off the passengers and to unlay: the damaged steamer Into port Wheat in store, 7.C2G.491; receipts, soon, as the weather moderated. rail shipments, Oats in slore, receipts, 49S.213; rail shipments, ilarley in store, receipts rail shipments, Flax In store, receipts, C77; rail shipments, 7.G70. Rye In store, receipts, rail shipments, 771. mm" layton which will at Star-: nd theatre Wednesday and Thun- ay. A delightful and exciting story is oven arouud this theme. The story unique and origiual and has an In- and unexpected finish. Tho rigiual slory was wrltlen by Hoger artnian and appeared In a recent sue of tlio Snappy Stories Magazine. Ueorge Meiioru, who ha? directed ISF Clayton In other recent successes as "at Ibc helm" during tho filming f Ihc picture. Will M. Rltcl.ey wrole Broadhurst lu association w with A. S. Stern and Co. will present Heading the supporting cast Is Jack nt Theatre Tues- f'umvict' day night Mary eroine. undertakes to reform. Others in the cast are Herbert l Di.vles. Margaret Orcea and How- The department has made It lost difficult for tourist Americans o.get passports to certain parts of "urope, but a trip lo the Tyrolean Alps is in store for the spectator attends a performance of rco "She Walked in Her which already hiis enjoyed succesrful runs in York, Hoston and Chicago. In writing this comedy the author was actuated by no purpose other than to provoke laughter. It would seem as if his efforts carried a pur- pose in its brilliant sucee.s. The story has to do with the noclurna peregrination of a charming uni] beautiful girl who walks in her sleei Into the wrong apartment occupied by a young married man while his wife in absent. The retiirr of tho wife almost at the same mo- j nieut starts a series of situations lhat! evolve complications, excruciatingly j funny. Tho claim is also made that Hie author has buill a play of solid entertainment and has succeeded in! promulgating a new idea that com- lion. He did not put his trust In the newcomer la vala. Frank JIayo, Universal's leading man, is seen as Ilia camp newcomer In 'The Uruto breaker." Kathryn' Adams plays opposite the star in a production directed by Lynn F. Rey- nold s. GREAT "HIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT This week's "Hip" vaudeville bill which will be offered at the Colonial thealio tonight jiurt Tuesday gives promise of being right up to tlio niy.v novelties, and a couple of speclacuhir acts (is well, being on Ihc bill This famous Uartello Brothers, European grotesque couiiquee, will be featured in Ilieir big comedy roller skating act. They have a splendid comedy act, opening vritli "i bright line of bongs and patter, and when they put on Ihelr skates and start to bang around with bumps and .jumps, j knocks atid tangles, anil some aero- J batic mix-ups, the real fun basins. Comedy Is ihelr middle name, and they will certainly furnish plenty of it en thl vaudeville bill. Chief Uluo Cluud and Princess noua, Indian Kntertainers, will olfer a spectacular and original act. Chief niuo Cloud entertains gduerally In tho most Interesting manner uiid is the only Indian playing solos on the trombono and also known as a hloJ- tlepping participant In tho "O-manc. Dance." He is also an expert In tho manipulation of a fifty foot'lariat. tho only Indtau prima donna, is of n very pleasing person- ality, and is of tho South American McrraM'hanna. Third on l'io bill will ba Homer Denis, tho comedian, whose upiwarance will make him a firm favorite at cnco. llo presents a clever tinging and talking act, Into wlik'h ho adds a rout I no of acro- batic which will him popular favor. Shirley and Shirley, EJ.xaphonlsts supreme, will present tl'ftr talented musical act. Violins and saiaphones are usod by this clever due- to the delight of thvje who can appreciate real music. George Walsh, the aftlellc star, will be seen in his very latest photo- play thriller, entitled ".fcick Spur- a iitirrinp; adaptation of (he Saturday Evening; Post story by George Horace Tho ItaJnbow Girls will be seen in their big comedy riot "Ilomeos and Jnlly ono of tho funniest comedies of the year. Chp.rles Beresford and his Colonial Concert Orchestra will offer sonsa very fine orchestral music, rounding out Ihc wholo show in fine style. To- night's performances will slurt Eharn at 7 and 9 o'clock. 'Dlind which begins it Ihe Colonial Theatre soon. "Blind Husbands" is conceded lo bo a masterpiece. It' was filmed under the direction of Erie Cole, John helm, and stars the actor-director him- i Teresa Dale, Agnes self. The slorr concerns a famous Ameri- can surgeon who allowed his beautiful wife to lako his love for her for grant- ed. Strohclm is seen as Lieutenant von Steuhcn. an Austrian officer, who avails himself of an opportunity to fill the void .left In Ihe heart of the young wife by her husband's indift- bines clover writing, fresh humor and real charm. Tho casl includes Eugene- Desmond. Paul Nicholson, Norman Houston, A. Francis' Williams, Miss Norton and Margaret Phillippi. Comioi To Hie CCLUNI.U 3 S..IDJt 28 "THE BRUTE BREAKER" GREAT ATTRACTION AT COLONIAL WED. AND THURSDAY Rivalling even the famous picture. The and with a story equalling even "The Harrier" in Inten- sity, the super production "The Brute erence. What happened when the famous surgeon realized that he must heal ial theatre on Wednesday and Thurs- the wound in his wife's heart is vivid -j day this week will rank with the which comes lo Iho Cclon- ly depicted at the unusual climax of the production Eric Stroheim is beat remembered for his portrayal of a Hun officer in "The Heart of Humanity." He wrote, produced and is starred In "Blind Husbands." Supporting tho star-villain is the boauliful Krancelia Rillington and Greatest productions ever seen here. It is a giant story of the giant north woods, redolent