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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUAI'.Y 2a. 1920 I.rU t PA OH FIVB DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHO MARKETS WINNIPEG, Jan. the cash uiarlcet grolo offerings were light. Demand (ur oals and barley was sood. rash flax was qulat and unchanged. Oats today closed ?ic lower for May and IJc lower for July. Barley lower tor May. flax higher [or May, nod "ic higher for July. Quotations Qpen. Close. May 93 July 89% 88% May 1T.AX-- Jlay...... 430 491 July JJay ................188 Priest OATS- NO 2 C.W... No. 3 C.W... 90 Ex Ira No. 1 Feed 00 No. 1 Feed.. No. 2 Track Xo. 3 No. 4 C.W...1463; Rejected.... 13414 Track.....153% Xo. 1 No. i C.W...483 Xo. 3 CW...461 Track ..'.......................4SG Xo. 2 CW....................1.S1? .Wfnnl'pVg Livestock Jan. Ihis morning totalled 978 cattle, hogs, anil 26 sheep. RDCC: Buckingham Palace, 23rd October, 191S "Jear Mr. Hutchison: nrrnr 1 showed .your letter to tho Queen. My and charm of manner, will soar The name of Constance Talmadge. who 1, universally admired by screen patrons for her fascination, personal- and Her MajVsty was glad to have had even higher Into tlio milky way ot ho opportunity ot speaking to you I film stars when the puhlic views Jier it Iho Palace Theatre. porfornwiiee in the role of Suzanne! Count.and renouuceJ thc aml Tho Queen greatly enjoyed the per- formance of "The Luck ot tho Navy." md thought tue play most Interesting uiil admirably acted. Her gratified to learn that thu proceeds for the Royal Navy Prisoners of War fund proved EO satis- factory, and she congratulates you and the other arllsts on the successful re- sult of your efforts. I am, Tour, very truly, (Ricned) Edward Wallington, Private Secretary to II. M. tho Queeo. Percy Hutchison, Esq., "The Luck ot the Navy" Co., Queen's Theatre, London. DJ. GIRTH'S The market was slow aud draggy Local Ttieatrt F'rit In West- this morning with a few choice butch- errn Canada to'Show Thit Won- or eatllo changing liandB at steady prices, hut nearly all otuer classes and grade's were being weighed up at n reduction ot up at 25c to over yes- terday's close. The hog market was unchanged and the receipts only moderate. Sheep and lumh market was steady. New.York Stocki NEW YORK, Jan. sales: C.P.H., 22. Closing U. S. Ktocl, derplay at Usual Photoplay Theatre. Prices.. Lethbrirlse photo- play fans have the todaj mid tomorrow of scfl lug D. W. Griffith's most notable produc- tion, "Hrokcn Dlos- U. S. Steel preferred, 11516. Calgary Livestock" it" usual pliot- CAI-BAHY, -Jan. at tho aflj Calgary yards .today up to noon were, priccs 17 horses, 137 how, 15 sheep and 190 j has been cattle. There teas n gooil showing exhlhitcd in the largest theatres in the way Mr. Rays narcnts intended. Krcoll iu her latest Select picture, lierimental which ca seen at the Colonial theatre this week on ;Friuay and Saturday. She is winsome, charming and beau- liful and Ecores 1n this picture as one of the screen's cleverest comediennes. Thero Is something refreshing about her work on the screen, and Iu "Ex- perimental In which ihe is again presented hy J. Selz- nick, she is so suited to tho role por- trayed, that the Illusion Is perfsct nml the spectator almost forgets that he Is looking at a representation of an Imaginary character. Tho story concerns the adventures of a young widow, who, fearing lo again hind herself down hy a mar- riage contract and tieslroy her liberty and promising career as a suffrage leader, marriCa a handsome yonng lawyer only on the condition that they live ns man and wife during the time clausing between Friday night and Monday morning o( each week. Many interesting complications develop j iroiii their novel married life. Tho 'picture is a corker and well worth eco- ing. The final epirodo of the b'g serial, "Elmo the and another rol- licking Vitagraph comedy will shown on Friday and Saturday. CHARLES RAY'S FOLKS WANTED HIM TO BE A REAL "BILL HENRY" autocratic rule ot the Hapslmr ha become a loyal American, is ro Bill Henry Jenkins is tho namo of the character portrayed hy Cbarles! Ray in Thomaa H. luce's latest Para-[ mount pliotoplay, "Bill which j conies to Elarlp.nd for the and Ihis Is a new type, of a youth j rtilsumlcrsiQod, Tic starts out as 2. salesman. That's! tha J0 numi., VI t.ivjj 10 M.p.. "quh'' Oil Ml STIPP the Empress whose aim it tho cop uji calves WHS a hun- dred. Hpgr prices advanceJ 10 IccU bringing JI8.09 A hundred.'( upset' all parental plans, lie started out features and show them on the.roau With stock and musical possible admission at ihe smalleat possie amsson jCQmedi- companies all of which went hro'xo at some far out of the way A screen not a movie mel- piace. u WBS following such a hreak- odrama with an unhappy but uown tnal ni3 to a sincere human lhat is Los Angeles, determined to try the I what D. W. Griffith has had the cour- pictures. Thomas H. Ince gave him a ire nnd canaeity tr> produce in "Ilrok- chance to play juvenile parts, and en Blossoms." Mr. Griffith chose hence, Hay, the star. .'raglc story impossible love, lovol impossible In this world of passions 'TITLE OF NEW PICTURE and prejudices and brutal forces; ho i WON PRIZE absorbed it in Its full meaning, recast it in his mind pfctor'nlly, translated "Blind it from llji: words of 4he auth- or into Ihe scenes and action of a photoplay, added what wag needed to maho It live in pictures, and "Hrokcn Illossoms" came to the screen, the Husbands" Coming to the Colonial Theatre Named by Contest "tt'lmt's In a Deiplto lae many lnindrecls oC limes this foolish question lias liecii does any one masterpiece of all-great TCCail >l was ever answered? Air Roufc Has Recn Eslablishcd advisable for all who can do to here's one tima it wasn't asked c, i j j c, m T, i arrange to visit one ot tho early per- valn- There was just in it for Sedions To Be I forraailces at the Empress and avoid Ellwanl -Moffatt, one of the Universal tho crowds who willfloclt'to see such Film Company's well known advortis- an entertainment as Is "llroken Dlos- lng sotns." Opened Up LONDON, Jan. and Cape Town, representing the extremes ot the African continent, have at last been linked up hyian service. The British air ministry has announced that an air route, over which engineers 'A SPORTING CHANCE" BASED ON "IMPULSES" Ethel Clayton's new Paramount li tnre, "A Sporlins which Is have spent long months of labor showing at stnrland tonight, was amidst great dlffknlties. Is finally I founded on a story which ready for traffic. This means thatl appeared in a recent issue of the the time .heretofore required to tra- ver.-e ihe continent, from 10 to 12 vreeks. has now been cut down lo aboiu one and that heretofore secluded of Africa will 'fcu opened lo tho world. The tola! dJslance by the ohl meth- ods of communication fa miles, for which 59 lo -75 days would lie re- fjuire'lj Against this, Ihe air minis- 'try points out, Ihe tolat flying dis- tuned of the air route should not uecti miles, Tnfcing 100 miles nn hour as a fair average (lying speed, only 52 hours actual fiylng time would lie required lo cover the distance, or about day. a week flying eight hours a Snappy Stories written by It came about in Ihis way. The Universal concern announced a con- test among its employes (or the best title to take tho piac.e of "The Pin- Eric airobeim's feature pic- ture, whicil ho wrote anil directed and. in which ho took the part ot the slar- villain. A prize of flOO was olfercd for the winning title. "Blind Hus- suggested by Motfatt, was chosen from among nearly five hun- Eloger llartman. Carey Ilrenl, the part played by Miss Clayton, is'an Impulsive' who gets a "hunch" and nets upon j tho m cho nacle' could not he Improvi ,11 ___ ......i dred submitted. There wcro many among the ranks of the Universal employes who The fin- ed upon. Thfi supporting cast, headed by Jnqk Holt, a sterling Is a strong one and Includes Herbert Standing. Margaret Green nnd How- ard Davies. The director wns George Jlelford. AMERICANS TO BLAME MEXICO CITY, Jtni. reaching .Mexico Cily that tho Mexi- can government was favoring British oil companies wore denied this even- ing by Joaquln Sanlaclla, chief of tho oil bureau of the department ot In- dustry, commerce ami labor, yo as- aerled American oil companies were nncountftring difficulties because "they h.ive no( shown a disposition to comply wllh tho regulations of the oil decree of January IS, 1918, nml alro fTonBtiiutiona] provisions regard- ing tho necessity of submitting to Mexican law." On tho other hand, Ilritlsh companies are declared to hu encountering no difficulties. QUEEN OF ENGLAND LIKED "THE LUCK OF THE NAVY" N'o loss a personage than Her Ma- Jonly Qiicon Mary ol Knjjland has ho- "THE BRUTE BREAKER" AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT stowed her. omcial 1'ercy Hutchison's upon perform a nca ol "The of Iho tho bl? Inn- don comody-drama success which P. Hay and Morris Goal will presort at th9 neit day, Jan, IS. During tho closing the war, Just before tho armiet.'ce wan Mr. Hutchison and London Queen's Theatre company gavo n performance "The Luck ol UM Fully living up lo the advance no- tices, the great fealurc of (he Cana- dian north woods, "The Drule Hreak- was shown to a large audience at the Colonial theatre JRHI night, Frank Mafo ami Kathryn Aclamsi tako starring hotiora in their latent Tniversnl photoplay, "The Unite which opened at the Colon- ial theatre last nlghl. j As Grantalre, slcir goes liiroiiBh.iho north wooils cleaning up the lumher camps. He Ihrashcs three bullies In his travels anil becomes known as "Tho Uruta Breaker." i Annette, a prelly girl of the north I country, rather Hkcs Ihc-hlg chap hut resents his mighty strength. Shn, BUbdues him with contempt nnd re-: fuses lo llslon to his heart story until ho saves her trom Hie of n crowd of. rough men. "The Ilrnlo Breaker" !s novel In eituallon nnd now in handling. Krank Mayo, as Oranlatre, makes a hero with FiVunch, and Kath- Adams 13 The story wns filmed under the who Call fornla (or ihe wood scenes, A supporting cast, of unusual streasth rttfds to tho BUCCCDS of Iho direction of F, llcynoWs look his company to northern COLONIAL roslllvely Vour Las'. Chance TONIGHT To nee tho great picture ot Iho Cunadian JVorili "The Brute Breaker" This Is an exceptionally fine at- that you cnnnol afford to miss. Other Great At'rPttlona Ton'ght FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Special Wecrk Kutl Show Lewis J. Selznick presents CONSTANCE TALMAOGF In her very tatest antl most dc- llcturitl (arcc comctiy "EXPERIMENTAL MARRIAGE" This C'onalEyico Talinadge's Very Latofet Picture Also Frlrf.Tv- Saturday Final Kpisodo of "ELMO THE MIGHTY" And Plenty of OODI] Comedy SENSATIONAL MURDER MYSTERY THAT MADE ALL FRANCE TREMBLE a6 ono of wUeh rflS b seldon in rea" Husbands" is to bo next week's aitractlou at tho Colonial. who is really an Austrian bered as the brutish Hun officer who SEE IT Saturday THE aroused tho burning hatred ol then- LAST TIMES TONIGHT THEATRE TWO DAYS ONLY STARTING F. Ray Corns tack Morris Gest present the eminent English actor First Showing in Western Canada at Usual Admls; sion Prices, ot D. W. GRIFFITH'S Most Notahle Production WITH MISS MURIEL MARTIN-HARVEY And His Entire London, Queen's Theatre Company Tht First All-EngLsh Company to Visit Canada Since 1914, in TliEluckflftiie ETHEL CLAYTON .i'A Sporting Chance4 By CLIFFORD MILLS Exactly as Played by Mr. Hutchison for Two Years in London And: as presented at a command performance before Her Majesty Queen Mary, and the Royal Family, for the British Naval Fund A most daring story of the love of a yellow inau for a white girl. We Recommend This. It's Nice and Cosy in STARLAND So Come Down nml Enjoy a KEAL PICTURE In Comfort. SPECIAL Famous Zeppelin Scene, showing the destruction of a German Airship by the British North Sea at N'ght tahts place shortly" after the riss of the first curtain. The audience Is requested to be seated promptly at 8.30 p.m. SF ECiAu MUSICAL SET. TING BY EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA EXTRA A ROLLICKING COMEDY HIS BLIGHTED CAREER Two-Reel Senuett Comedy, S1.SO, SEAT SALE OPENS MONDAY AT ARMSTRONG RAWOHTH'S OF THE TIGER" PATHE GAZETTE" and CANADIAN NEWS Adulti 25c COLONIAL 3 Sr! HI., Ji. CTARLANO All Prcductlona P'jarantaed. FRIDAY SATURDAY Gail Lasmmlt cflerl The most Enthralling Moving Picture thai theArthas everPnoduced STROHEIM'S, VONDHl-PLAY b'J StioneirA nimselr much alone in its erfection as a Ktr negkcfcd -wifchood L sppeilinj as the most beautiful ro- mance in your adventure picture as gripping; is any Serial Kenic marvel as wondrous as the most inspiring travel picture you've ever known. Whose people are teal flcsh-and- faithful, details are eyc-aml-mind atory holds your heart a helpless prisoner till the last tremendous comes and glorious sur- .prise sends you iii glow of happiness, fStigtd amidst enthralling Alpme scenery, this drama of two men. 'and 2 neglected wife rises to of emotion as towering as ,the .mifchty peaks which arc the silent witnesses of the great dis- the end, fSee it -without fail. "BUND picture you'll ptYtr forget. 7{ B" Lore Hv .Icrctmn fito-m, Stcnario by Julian Jo sgn, by Chester Lyons, bupcrvijed by 'I hamaa H. Tt was n iiiu! it finn. Tiut the OtsI imd firroo. rwhin tlijil flarn n' in-well' Pop ups nml kicks Kill Henry riKlit plutiiti Inlo ami n fovlunc1. Soino picture! Anil Gcod Comedy antl "Topics of the Day" SATURDAY MATINEE, CHILDREN, 50 Encft Man to love ;