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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1920 fTfK DATT.T RAGE VAUDE MARKETS WINXICKG, Jan. local emiii market coulinued dull and fea- tureless today, only a email trade be- ins recorded Jn cash and future grains. Fluctuations ware narrow and trade of small order. The demand for cash was poor, ouly n few odd i-ura being wanted by eastern buyers. Oils closed He- lower for May and 'io down for July; 'barley %c higher for'May: "flax higher for May Md up for July; and rye QUatations Open.' Close. I S3-4 July.......... 90% Jlav 155 VS May 400 499'X; 'July 1SI 4JS Wi-.y................ Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 C.W... .Vo. 3 C.W... 3 ICxtra No. 9 No. 3 No. 4..C.W...14SH Itcjccleil ......................135% TURN OVER presented each performance to- and Tuwday, the Colonial will uu- douMedly be the most popular place about "Blind at Colonial on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. It's o'u page- ten. ff o in towu. VAUDEVILLE AT "LUCK OF THE NAVY" AT MAJESTIC WEDNESDAY Percy Hutchison, tlio eminent Kng- Misli comedian, and nephew ot the late Sir Charles Wyndfaaiu, who brings COLOHIAI -muiouT to Majestic on Wednesday evening, COLNIAL TONIGHT ,veeViJ Jan. jslh, lhc first o! the U" -EaelUli tuMtrical that soviet organizations liavo becomei olftred at the> popular Oolonlal.lhea- only one of Leon DourEeols, the 1-Vench states- mat) wlio presided.at tho first Ing of tho League on Friday. of Nations in 1'aria "strong enoug'a to light tho Ludwig C. A. K. Martens, soviet agent to the told a senate In- vestigating committee today. Because of this, he, said, !he Soviets have ceased to urge international revo-i lutlon Jo support them. Tho Russian eoviets have "between and In tho public treaiurj-, Martens said, which j it was. uovr desired io spend iu for- eign countries in the purchase of ne- cessaries. There was now no gold in tho hands of private. Individuals or bunks in he Bald. tru'tqi'ighl arid four1 constituting bill being all right up to the mark. This particu- lar road show of "lllp" vaudeTllle baa been establishing new records all over Ibu circuit., llert Clinton.aud company, in younger Kngttsh stars, but is also ouo of the moEt vprsallle. having that happy faculty of being able to turn Ms baiiii to icost anything that con- fronts him. In London, on llie will top the bill 'Fun wllli WASHINGTON, Jan. Xo change In the reservations affecting Article 10 of league ot nations covenant, NIP. 1 No. 2 C.W...40114 No. 3 C.W...I55'i Track No. 2 C.W....................179% New York Stocks XBW YCWK. Jan. 2C. Closing 3. Steel, I'. S. Steal prc'erred, Calgary Livestock CALGARY, was a snail market today at the stockyards, only 2fU cattle and 27 hogs being un- loaded. Prices ruled about the same level as last week, very few first-class lieef being in evidence. Steers aver- aging 1150 pounds made 10.50; lighter S.50 to .9.00; heavy cows made 9.3S to. 0.50; ordinary butchers 7 to S.OO; ono good veal calf made '.'.00. No hogs were sold at noon. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan.. _________ ....._ .....____ Livestock over the was presented today the hi-partisan were 051 cattle and 232 hogs. With the light arrivals cattle and liogc ,lhefe little trading in this morning and all classes and grades ot cattle were slow and rtraggy ;il unchanged prices. The hog market'Was steady with selects, fed and watered, changing at ?17.25. tlieir darlug yuraltel bur act. one of tho moH Benaational exhibitions of darcdevillry slid comedy on the slagj today.- it Is said on good au tborlty that the-.Clintons have tho onlj pjrallel bar act In vaudeville. i act is livened up wilh a wealth of good comedy and some thrilling acro- batic feats on tlio nars. Ernest Jones 'will offer a rare musi- cal Ireat with his performance upon England, a committee ot two were appointed to look after the tutertaiutnent o! Canadian and Amer- ican soldiers and sailors who- were oa Icavo in Ihst city. Sir Alfred Butt was one and Percy Hutchison the other member of tho comr-tUtee. Speaking of special performances which, were given In Ironor of the soldloti and tailors. Mr. Hutchison says: J'Fully three-fourths of the British navy saw "The Luck ol tho Navy" dur- ing our Iocs run In Jxmdon, and I also met so many American officers at home who saw the play that they In- Jrlent vvllb. Warner in rulo of Iruce Wluthrop, an American diplo- matic agent who becomes iiivolved In ;ho intrigues of a Chinese "Tong of revolutionary society which plotttaK to steal the throne of Mongolia. 'Ihlngs begin: to happen wheu SVfnthrop falls' heels over head in lovo with tho beautilui lalf-custc siren ot the revola- :iou who has determined to have he young American BS her co-ruler of Mongolia. The curio-collecting father ot lieryl Addison, Winthrop's sweetheart, drags bis daughter and himself Into a fear- ful mess whuu bo comes into posses- sion of a jade idol which, unknown to htm, contains a secret list of the incnii hers of the Tong. They are rescued from tho wily Orientals by Wintbroii after a thrilllug nght In the palace of Tal with the tongmeu. A strong cast supports Wsriier, In eluding Caraien VMIlips, who playi "TEETH TIGER" A Rhymerf! Review By RusMl Hiolrain Have you read aWmt Amuo Lupin, 'flic boldest of tVimch supor-crooks'j He's tho hero of "Tijeth or tha -V film twice at -thrilling as ioois.. As au eagle-eyed nnd A lover, lie abandons crinMnal trade Aod. involved In i myj Boldly cssptureg a a" maid. It's picture of braifhless adventure. Of gun-fights and 'love's old sweet soug" With dashing Powell as Uie hero; It's showing at the Empress. !ho aiats vroh't last long. Tai Illng the half-caste Cfcopatra, Marguerite De Motto, KU Peil, Jack Abbe, Carl Stockdalc, Perry and K. H. Tllton. I WATCH FOR THE MIDNIGHT MAN the wbicb has earned for j It to America. I him the title, Wiiard of the as far bade as 19J3 de- plione." Ho delights bis audience wilh that'Kngltzh plays should en- a number of classical and operatic cirde mid wilh that oh That "Blind the tremcn- photoplay spectacle whlcli will or tho Monroe Doctrine provision ot offered at the: Colonial, theatre, tho peace Ir-tty, will bo acceptable Lethbridge, for three days, starting to tho Republicans, Senator Lodge to- on Wednesday of this will sweep day informed Senator Hitfhcock and other of tho informal Demo- cratic committee which has been con- ferring with Senator Lodge's commit- tee in- an effort to reach a comprom- ise on the treaty. Senator Lodge's statement was for- Soutlicrn Alberta in a wave of popu- lar favor is definitely certain, for no pholo-dramatic attraction ever brought to the section previously lias aroused sucli an amount of public comment. Manager Leu Brown or the Colonial has such faith in the business pussi- mulaled after his conference Salur- bilities of "Blind Husbands" that ho day with Senators Horali, Idaho; Johnson, California, and other Repub- lican- senators opposing the treaty. immediately after the statement conference adjourned, Senator Hitch- cock and his associates retiring for a private conference-. They will. make their reply to Senator lodge tomorrow morning. A LONG DISTANCE AND. ROUNDABOUT PRQT.EST OTTAWA, 'Jan. (By.- Canadian Koys -l-'rom British Consul-General HritiEh Quito, via tbc Rritish office .and 'tho NO CANADIAN SOLDIERS IN BRiTtSH HOSPITALS OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian statement issued yesterday has completed arrangements whereby several towns adjacent to -will be given an opportunity of see- ing "Blind Husbands" almost simul- taneous to the Lethbridge engage- ment! and-he lias booked the attrac- tion in the following towns for lhc date's incntione'd: Milk Itiver, Fell. 2nd.- Warner, Tuesday, Feb. 3rd.- Raymond, Wednesday, Feb. 4tli. Magrath, Thursday, Feb. llli. Cardston, Friday and Saturday, Feb. Cth and 7th. One ot the biggest advertising cam paigns over put on in connection will governor-general's oftlce to He dc- Canadian patients. At tills date there tho department ot militia and do- any theatrical attraction, is. now- tense indicates most .gratifying pro- progress on "Blind tor gross in the demobilization of patients attraction is so tremendous .th'atj i in military 'hospitals. A year ago'will-merit the absolute limit of there were 'in .military hospitals In Great Britain forty-eight thousand ]iartineiu ot iraCM iiad commerce, Iirotest has been rt'ceived against the of Cina.dian miinutac'.urers liave, it Is alleged, refused to deal direct with their customers, in that Country hut refer them to agencies in New York. Consul-General Keyser in Ills message urges that the British traders ;H Quito would prefer to deal direct with Canadian firms and thinks I'noro should bo arrangements iniide for dealing direei. aro practically no Canadian soldiers u Great Britain. In Canadian military hospitals I ho number has been reduc- ed below three Ihouw.jid. FOCH, JOFFRE AND RETAIN CONSTITUTE FRENCH WAR COUNCIL I'AItlS. Marshals Pocli. _.. and and Major-General Kuat.. chiut of staff, make np [lie new 1'rciicli1 puprernsi war council, accord- ing tu an aniiouuccmciit lorlay. Nine will he cliosen later to'" act