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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2t. VSR) nm PAGE FIVE DRAMA PHQTOPLA YS MARKETS Orali Win Carew, appeal of the picture. 'It Includes tho lion to present of concerts Double PlanS; Piccolo, Bassoon, Mtas Elste Mr. Kaye, following: Harry Northruu. Jack during the sealonable inonlhs lhat Drums cad Tympanls. I Mr. C. H. Mr. Aubrey Curtis, Burwell Ilamrlck, Uert Sprotte, Mather, Mr. Patrick Ludlow, Mr. Geof- frey Webb, Miss Blanche LcRoy, Mr. Marcel Rousseau, SIlss Elinor Street and others. OJ.bHIFFIlri'S "BROKEN mOSSK" WIVNIPFO Jin a Minajcr S. Drown announces good donS roTtho" best grade o? tho engagoment of Mr. Hutchtsou and gala today, with spreads 2o belter limited to one night only, on nWket. Offering Wednesday. January 2Sth vlilch wero rather heavy, were'reidlly i absorbed. The cash market was very qjiiil. Top grades of barley are still In demand, with'spreads unchanied. The small amount of cash flax offered was laken by the crushers. Today oats closed Me lover for May and 3-Sc lower for July; barley ;Mc lower for May; Flair, 1 1-2 higher for May and unchanged for July; rye, 1 l-2c hiehqr tor May. Prices No. 2 O.W... SJli 'No. 3 C.W... Ultra Xa. I feed SOU No. 1 feed.. SSU No. 2 feed.. Track Ol'i No. 3 C.W.. .17'J'i No. 4 .145 Kojected l-'ced............... Track N'o. 1 N.W.C...................493H Frank Browiilee and Chas. 1-eMoyija. PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRAL l CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY EVENING AT MAJESTIC EmpreM fthow Matterpliy at Utual Adriiiulon Prlcca A splendid orchestral concert will will prove welfome to those c[ our cltlzona who enjoy symphonic music. Twelve fine orchestral numbers will The Society will endeavor (o develop Included in Iho program, which will Utent f.tnt In the clly. In addition to bo augmented by two vocalists In sone calling upon -those local musicians selections._________________ who at presant aro sufficiently accom-. pllsued to'do justice to the better; known and higher grade of iastrumen- be Riven at [he Majestic Theatre next, Us! vocal music. Sunday evening at 9 o'clock, by the' On Sunday Evening oert, Ihe Phil- LethbridgG rollhsrnroulc Orcheitra, harmonic Orchestra ,of fifteen pieces, when an elaboratfl orchestral program under the direction ot Ciharles Beres- will be presented. ford, will render an exceptionally flno The) Lethbrldge Philharmonic Soc-' program. The following InsltumeuU j lely has been formed with the object comprise those uted'in the orchestra-1 of firmly establishing this city upon tlons: Two Firit VtylIBS, two Second Ihe musical map, and It Is the Violins, Cello, Flute, Clarinet, Cornet, i "TEETH TIGER" The Uig Murder Mystery that made.all Franco tremble. Lethbrldje thetlre jtoers will we! come with delight the announcement of a Ktum engagement of D. most noUhle proiluctloii. 'Wroke'n which will play at the Empress thealrd Thursday and Friday of this' -wtek. Although i N n u "Broken Blossoms" Is without quos- 2 Xo.'i mtlst, ijvjpk 4S3y Mature photoplays yet produced am] J Increased admissions have been cliarK- K o'T-'w n-i' etl a" theatres which have played J menlerplay tho management ot Winnipeg Livestock popular Knipreu theatre as a WINNIPEG, Jan. (Dominion.1 treat will exhibit this raaater- Mrejtock this Thursday and Friday, at their usual admission prices. "Uroken Utomauis" IE Ihe most tragic, the most beautiful thing that has e-cr reached the screen. It is a drama ot wlstfuluess, of satire, of love and furious reality. It is reversing the old order which TriEAlivE TWO DAYS, STARTS THURSDAY VISIT A MATINEE Your First And Only Opporjunily of Seeing 'fhis Maslerl'lay at UBual Admission Prices. morning totalled 058 caltle, hogs :ui-l SS sheep. There was a fairly octivo market this morning, and sufficient buyers on the market to absorb the finall amount of caltle on hand. There n Rood demand for good cows and oiher grales were selling generally ed the-yellow man in a heathen state steady. of revulsion and tho white man filled Tho liberal simply .of hogs were in contrast with brotherly love. Liken up at steaity prices. j Bloseoms" tells a daring Sheep and lamb receipts exlremc- story which could only be handled by such a master director as' D. W. Grif- fith. Owing to tho. universal appeal of. such a story and taking into consid- eration that this is tho first showing of this wondor story at usual photo- Iy light. Calgary Livestock I CALGARY, Jan. was a Tali' run of cattle at the Calgary yards today considering cold weather, coining into thciyards along with 422 hogs. The top price for beef was 11 cents, which was paid Jor animals weighing arouhjl 1440 pounds. The on steers was 7 1-2 f cnls for 1000 pounds. Top price for choice, cows -was paid for n Imnch'Ot fourteen weighing a play theatre prices'it Is advisable for all who can 'possibly do BO to arrange to visit one of tlie afternoon per- formances or one of the early even- ing performances, of "Broken Blos- soms'" at the Empress Thursday and Friday if (its week. r. p. R. 128 7-S: U. s.'Sfee: TJ. S. steel preferred, 116.', The indifferent, liip 7t: .Is held to the "Bllnd husband of the multitude the Universal ______ jphotoarami of the Alpi, which is to pVFR MECT IbVahownat the -Colonial. Wednesday, EVER MEET CONVICT Thurjdav Friday, Jan. 30. ROAD? DID i It IB said to be a quiet though YOU FLEE OR FAINT? l powerfui denunciation of the man who T, 'forgets that his wife is his sweet- If you were driving along a country and a cloak of protes-! road In a roadster and punctured a engrossment leaves her Beem- tlre. and wero, confrrnicd by an ou( o[ his scheme of fife, cd convltt. stripes nnd all; whom'you Dr. Arm- recognized aa a notorious lronK; ,hc surgeon, been, readin? abpiit neilrl h1s youne would you desert the. car. convict and t In the form of an all, and make a quick eetaway, or per- Au3trlan who showers up- liars fall.In a dead faint? ]ler lho that her hus-; When the convict gallantly ofiers ,bana ,s ,oo busv to remember. to change (he tire for her, it mado Erl'0 depicted tho ro-i of difference lo Ethel; Clay rolo a Him olficer in "The' ton, playing the rolo of Carey Brent is (he starring jj in "A Sporting a new ,mln ot Husbands." I Paramount picture which will bo, Eillinclnn, known for her i Blioivn at Slarlaml tonight and lllc roic Of .Arm-; I -row. So impulsive is Carey that she st-' The'following favorite lini-- determines to reform tho man and riaTCTS Compl6tc the cast: hires htm her chauffeur. .._..! 'i'hla supposed convict turns out to be pure gold at tho flrilsh 'and helps Carey defeat the. schemes of a soclely blackmailer against herself and father's youthful step-'' It is a thing almost top beautiful, too sublime, for words. The high art of the screen must remain as a closed book to those riot see and know the most tragic, Uio most beautiful Ihlnj Ihat hen ever retched tlie screen. It Is f. drama'of .ur.- gracious satire, of love and of furious reality. It is reversing tho old order, which showed the yellow uian in a heathen state of revulsion and (he white man filled in contrast with hrotherly love. TT THE SQUARE DEAL THEATRC TONIGHT-TOMORROW ETHEL CLAYTON 'A Sporting Chance" COLONIAL 3 fiffi: WEO., JAN. 28th Carl Laemmle offers ETHEL CLAYTON n'A Sporting BLIND She know that she toolf a chance of going to Jail herself If she heeded liis requesti but something In his eyes reached her heart This IE all we are eo- ing to tell you. If you want to see a "genuine" entertainment, come down and see this picture. "HIS BLIGHTED CAREER" Two-reel Sennett Comedy, and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE and FOX CANADIAN NEWS Adults 25c Children 10c THIS is the wonderful picture whith authorities consider one o! the three best photodramas that the art of the screen has ever produced. Simple in the story of a neglected HUSBAWDS" is the most absolutely gripping photoplay_you havo ever a tremendous surprise at the end that will make you gasp. With its scenes laid in the Alps, "BLIND HUSBANDS" rises to heights' of drama as overpowering as its towering peaks. If you miss this picture you will miss one crowded hour of photoplay picture that you'll never Jorget. PINT IVERSAL Sam DeGrasse, J Valerie Gennonprez and Jack Perrln.! I Awe-Inspiring actnery, splendor of I di-amatlc. action "brick-bal-raofal" com- 'MHIrid Husbands" a nothcr. At Ihe finish it develops that j 'that will strike home a ipr chaiilTenr Is not the convict-she blo.w. upppsed him to be, but Just ono of Bric the star-fllrector- thalinans victims was-at ono time n the picture. e cure. This photoplay is based on a story uy Koger which re- cunliy appeared In the Snappy Stories Magazine. Osorge Jlelford dlrcc.ted, J'aul Perry filmed the scenes and an excellent cast, headed by Jack Holt, Ihe star. EMINENT ACTOR AND COMPANY COMING Tho first visit to Cannda of an all- Kngllsb company in a London nuccess Colonial, Wed., Jan. 28. "THE BRUTE-BREAKER" Mowlve Story of Canadian Woodt at Colonial Totfiy and Thursday. One of year's outstanding screen treats will he the presentations at lha Colonial theatre today anS Thursday of the powerful tale of the Canadian backwoods "The Brute Breaker." A drama of the north woods, vibrant In vigorous action Is offered at the ii the tour now being miule of thts colonial Thealre In "The Brute Break- country by the'fnmous actor-manager I eri" a Universal release with Krank of London, Percy Hutchison nnd his' jiavo and Kathryn Adnms In the star- Queen's Theatre Company in ono of ring roI05. (lie greatest dramatic, successes pro- Tho story deals vrllh one Louis iluceil In London the pnst few HIM- Oranlaire, who Inhcrlls a vast wood- Luck of tbo with hand estate at tha'deaUi of his father, the Icqmplelo cast and scenic cn'ilp-'i'osliir "n ordinary lumber-Jack F. RAY COMSTOCK and MORRIS GEST PRESENT THE EMINENT ENGLISH 'ACTOR CHISON Dicnt brought over from England. play wns written by Jlrs. Clif- ford Mills and wns originally produced fit the Queen's Theatre. London, whore it ran for almost a year. Owing lo great success It then trans- ferred In succession to three different London theatres and completed n total engagement of years hi London. The story of I'The Luck of tho Navy" la highly dramatic yet thero Is an abundance of conlcdy which serves lo relieve lho tense dramatic fiituat- ians. The lending characler U n ynitiK oommandcr of, n Brllhh 3ub. nnd Hie story concerns er- fnrls of Gerinaii pplcg (o secure vaiu- Inforninllpn during Ihc rocent war. "The Luck of tho N'avy1' Is one of the very few v.'nr which siir- vlvnil. signing of the Armistice, Bnd lis great popularity h due to the fact llmt the war Is only an Incidental background for n powerful dramatic play which Is ot nbsorWng Inlcreat at all limes. The.London Queen's Thea-! trn Company to appear in support of! air. lucludo.i, Mlgs Muriel he goes into the camps to rid them of the bullylnj! clement that lins given the game a black reputation. In the flrat camp Oranlaire founl a bully of the worst type. We thrashed him and sent him slinking off into lho woodg. At Ihe second and third ramps lio Touml other cowards who prey upon the weak. Affairs go nishlngly for Granlnire until he incels prclty Annelto, a of the woo'fls. He loves her desper- i but she sr.rona hla plGAS and sends him away; beaten for Ihc first iitcly hut she scorns his pleas and clrairmltc, Is satisfactory to tlio spec-' tatora. Lynn Reynolds directed the pro- duction. An able cast adds to the WITH MISS MURIEL MARTJN-HARVEY And His Entire London, Queen's Theatre Company THE FIRST ALL.ENGLISH COMPANY TO VISIT CANADA SINCE 1914, IN "The Luck of the Navy" Dy CLIFFORD MILLS Exactly As Played by Mr. Hutchison for Two Years in London And as presented at command performance before Her Majesty, Queen Mary, and the Royal Family, for the British Naval Fund. "TEETH TIGER" .The Dig Murder Mystery that made all KVanco tremble, SPECIAL Famous Zeppelin Scene, tha destruction of a German Airthlp by the SritHh North Sea Fleet at N'tjht fakes place shortly after the rite of ririt curtain. The audience U requested to be seated promptly it 8.30 p.m, Prices SEAT SALE OPENS.MONDAY XT RAWORTH'S COLONIAL Shows Create Happy Concert Orchestra Every Nig fit, 7 loll GREAT SPECIAL TWO DAYS ONLY TODAY and THURS. taemmfe SPECIAL POP- ULAR PRICES Adult. 35c Children 10o Breaker tremendous tremendous THE GREATEST FICHT EVER STAGED IN ANY PICTURE IS SEEN IN IT'S GREATER THA.N "THE IT'S MORE THRILLING THAN 'THE BRUTE-BREAKER." BARRIER." SPECIAL NOTE TO EVERY THEATREGOER IN LETHBRIDGE: We slate without fear b[ contradiction that "THE BRUTE BREAKER" Is without question ONE OF THE GREATEST PICTURES EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY, havo already screened It prlralcly, so we know what we aro talking aboul. if you iViiis it, you of sere-en's greatss! aehfovpmenls. lie sure lo see Wednesday or .Thursday. It will ho shown nt the n niiignidceul orchestral accompatilment, on Wednesday anil ly lliess two rtay? only. Respectfully yours, THE COLONIAL MANAGEMENT OTHER FINE ATTRACTIONS ;