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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920 tFTHfKtry.K up.HAF.n DRAMA MARKETS ud will likely reach J1S.OO before the close of today's market, an advance ol 75 cents over yesterday's dose. Jan. trad- ing In the grain markets brought little cliacge In cash grain which continued uuii aiii'iltboat feature, with only moderate demand for oats arid barley aiid'llsUt offerings. For No. 1 N. W. C. ftai there was sood demand atJO ce'ntij over the Mav, tut offerings very light. Until the foreign exchange Improves th'ero seems to bo little of re- vival of Interest la the grain markets generally. Today oals closed 1-te lower for May anil J-Sc lower for July; barley Open, 1S4 Close 155 1S21S BEHLhV, con- dition of Mithlas'Erzberger, rlct premier and minister of finance, who was Monday on the this morning. Ills', pulae wnj 120 and he continued very weak. Au X-ray examination of the wound nude yeiterday Ehoweil the Irmly lodged in the shoutier blade. ibeatro notices will be ..'mind on Pago Klght of this Issue. No. 3C.W... 91 505 lower for May; Dai, 2 for..May, 3 l-4o higher for July. Quotations: July ilajv___... 503U July.............. <79H Jlay...... Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 84 llr.tra No. 1 feed 1 No. feed.. S6'A NO. 3 Xo.'4 C.W...H7W JJcjectcd............ Track AX- No. 1 2 C.W... 19S No. 8 4G5 ?io. 2 c.w. New York Stocks XKW YOilK, Jan. Closing eulos: C. 127 1-S; U. 10G 1-4; U. 3. 1-4. Cajgary Livestock CAIXJAHV; Jan. 250 cat- fin and 79 bogs constituted the market loilay at the stockyards. Little good Ijeef'was on sale and the market was f.low ivilh n downward tendency. The fitCGrs Bold -were principally feeders and siockera, the former bringing' from lo 59.1G. Stbckers 5C.50 to 57; heavy cows 1000 pounds, made; f to goort tmlcher cow; nrounti ?-7.yO; canners made rood butcher butcher heifers Select hogs, off cars oO .Winnlpes 'Livestock Jan. 28 tbls 710 hogi 2J7''sbeep. Triere'are apprmimalely COO bead of Vattlo .on llie marVet for today's trading, .iilddirig was slow tbls morn- ing and the market dull :md dragjy, with prospects' 61 lower lirices. Recoipls were'largely com- jmeed' of common grades little iiuiuiry for.this class of stock, aaj a fair number of cr.ttlc on liand vlll likely he carried over .for tomorrow's trading. Sheen nail lamb market firm with only moderate receipts. llog-arrivals have shown an increase three days, and bidding this morning; selects, fed TWO LITTLE GIRLS LOSE I LIVES IN TENEMENT FIRE NEW YORK, Jan. children were suffocated in u fire (n a tene- ment bulldiug ou 115th St. iiere last night. Ten families were from Ihe miitding. which was gutted. Two little girls were founduo ba dead when they were brought out'of, the building. fire began with the eipioslon of an oil stOTC on the sround Jloor. HAL.ROA'CH; PRODUCER LLOYO COMEDIES A young man. yet to see the mature age of thirty summers. Hat iloach Is old In screeaeratt. a basis of hcatrical training to guide him, Mr. (each catered into the nioliou picture iruduchig fieliij some years ago witlt ho ills greatest "tiud" to dale has'beenHarold Lloyd. Among others might be mentioned Harry Pollard, Debts Daniels and ull of whom are now shining ligbti of the silver-screen. As a director of comedies Hal Roach .easily stands alone. Not many directors, can be dubbed but Mr. Roach richly deserves this ENID BENNETT Virtuous Kor sake of her brollicris lionar, tho TV.IS scorched by a Wilii's unlioly love, scorucil as n and branded as a Ihief. Bill wlien llio reckoning You'll, ho glxl you ramo 1.0 sco 11. "BOARDER BUSTERS" antl FOX CANADIAN NEWS feet ahowlnf; Ihe visit of (ho J'rlnco of Wales lo New York Cily. This is n wonderful reel and worlh Itio price of ad- tniMfon.nlonc. Sco It! LAST TIMES 1 TODAY I PHPRESO I IHttM n SEE. I TODAY THE SCREEN'S GREATEST MYSTERY DRAMA directed iarold Mystery That Will Baffle y Melodrama That Will Thrill You- Romance That is Full of Intrigue IT'S A GREAT STORY THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY ALSO A DANDY ROLLICKING COMEDY LATEST CHESTER-OUTING PICTURE EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA. COWNG FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ROBERT W. CHAMBERS' FAMOUS NOVEL A BIG HUMAN PICTURE THAT WILL DELIGHT YOUR EYE AND GRIP YOUR HEART, WITH IRENE XASTLE, AM DRESSED WOMAN IN.THE- LEADING ROLE 'IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ITS ENGAGEMENT AT.THE CpLQNIAL THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE On WED., THURS., FRI. (This Jan. 28, 29, 30 v. of the'tremendous photodramatit .spectacle "BLIND HUSBANDS" The same identical production will be shown in the '_' 'On tlie dates mentioned: MILK Monday, Feb. 2nd WARNER Taesday, Feb. 3rd RAYMOND Wednesday, Feb. 4th MAGRATH Thursday, Feb. 5th CARDSTON......Friday and Saturday, Feb. 6-7th THOUSA.NDS OF PEOPLE ARE WAITING SEE "BLIND HUS- BANDS." YOUR CHANCE TO SEE IT is ALMOST HERE. Whatever you it. It's the picture of the'century.- I MAJESTIC-TONIGHT 1 F. Ray Comstock Morris Gest present the eminent English actor Percy Hutchison WITH MISS MURIEL MARTIN-HAfWEV And His Entire London, Eng., Queen's Theatre Company The First All-English Company to Visit Canada Since 1914, in "TheLuckoftlieNavf 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 and the Royal Family, for the British Naval Fund. Prices SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND general o[ tbe R'oliu Film'couibJiuy, althe ami 1'mtild Lloyd. producing orgiiUialiou founded liy (finest