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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1920 nm wmimnrnE DAH.I PAGE ttVE PHOTOPLA YS lid WINNIPEG, Jan. unuaual dullness that has proialled on tlie local market for the week con- tinued today with sales of cats (i little buialttr. fluctuations .were narrow. Uarley future market vas very quiet with iiricoj weaker throushout the Kreator part 61! the day. Flar remain- ed steady at Signer levels. Offerings cash oaLi continue fiuuill. Generally, trade is quiet and featureless." Cash liarloy Inquiry was KCaerally easier. No. 3 grade being oft nuotbcr csnl, making 27 cents over Way. Tuero was a sood demand for Ko. 1 N. W. C- flar wllli offerings llcht. KOLCHAKHAoMyP; Gen. Forms League With Slogan, "Have Janin's BiOMl" J-4c lower for May and Ic down for July. Quotations: LONDON, Kol' chalc's surrender to Siberian revolu- tionists waa authorized -.by General Jan In. of the Czech ariny, who WM placed tn comniind ot all allied troops west, of Irkatftk on. January.19 by order, ft Karbln; Oats closed 1-Sc hlgbor for May anj dlspttci to tbe Mail. July; May barley l-2c higher and flax, A profouaa was cauied throughout the Fir.East by re- port that Kolchik had given up, uy> the messageV which was filed at Kar- bin on and one gen- eral has challenged Gen. Janln to a duel, while officers''under the com- mand of Gen. Ssmenolf have formed a league, the slogan of which is: I "Have Janin'a jantn's explanation is awaited, I but It is known .that Czech reports Ion Irkutsk, which j have been telegraphed lo-Gcn. Janin I at Vorkhnle-Udlnsk Induced him to I consent to Kolcliak's 'surrender. The Czechs claim tha choico lay between Slny July....... May....... Jluy Only...... Way'....'.''. Cash Prices li C.W... No. 1 feed Ho. 1 feed.. JCo. 3 C.W...1S2U Xo. 1 N.W.C. Ko. 2 C.W.'. 154% CioAe. 4 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? 4 NEW GLASGOW, N.S-, Jan. 2D. Returned soldiers hero are receiving notices Irora the department of militia aud dc- fet'.se to "hold themselves in 1ml lust for what, is not stated. Valerie Germouprti. and Jack Ferrln. In addition to a noiihlujly good story, uuiuriiacied brilliant dramatic situations and iiralse worthy photographic effects contribute to iiie valuri at ihA Sfroh'elin, the ilarrlne vlllalu, Is tbe author and the director of the work. "Bilnd Ilutuandt" Is a (.boto- drama tbat will Hnjer Ions the memory. It will continue at the Col- onial Theatre unill Frljtjr night. ENID BENNETT.TALKS ABOUT HER PART IN .LATEST PHOTOPLAY Paramount Syrnpithiiri With Typltt of "The Thlel" typing done, 1 visited some six or more stenographer! in one of our largest cities and engaged. In tion. I found that practically every moved, may be said to be a. HUle out opinion (hit the, evening 'at the Ma} ot dale, In that there was not that particular gripping atmosphere 'round it which provalle-l two years ago. It. one of thenv at some time or other IN sneaks well for the play tuat It utlrred her business career had encountered the type of'employer that is portrayed la "The Virtuous 7 hlel" the man who is not above taking advantage of his posIUon 'to endeavor to force un- welcome attentions upon his girl ployees. The result of my experiment was to Increase my respect foi tiie average working girl." 4 S3 1SL 183 Xo. 3 C.W... No. 2 feed.. No. 4 C.W...14S the surrender of one man' and a con- flict In which, they were likely to be annihilated. Japanese representatives asked (he Czechs to hand Kokhak over to tho x r.iaj. i Japanese, but this request was refus- cd- Lalcr the rejected a similar demand and said he would ho turned over until he had been Ku..2 C.W. Winnipeg Livestock and telegraph communications be- WINNIPEG, Jan. (Dominion Iween and Vladivos- 415 I tok has been" tho dispatch rattle. and 124 sbeep nn- i says. In tha yards this morning. Tho.ro was little change In ffie mar-i tbis inor.iins over yestor- ilay. The bulk of sales consisted of butrher stock purchased by local packers. Choice butcher steers chan- ced hands from f 12 to f 13, while heif- ers and cows of choice ouality sold from fD.60 fo J10.50. One CANADIAN CLOVER SEED GETS MARKET AWAY FROM GERMANS TORONTO, Jan. Canadian seed, growers have captured practic- tho entire trade in alslke and bnlehcr cow left the scales tormerir held by Ccrmany, this nnimal topping its class., amod the stalc. 1 Ktoeker and feeder trade ..SB lltlle dsraand for this class of at Ihe 'present time. Kos receipts show a decided in-1 crease over the run for the past week. opened at yesterday's .7Sc ad- vauco ami this price will likely hold tteidy throughout the day. jfchecit and lambs light: wilh martet Catgary Livestock 't.'ALGAHV, Jan. we mS.caUle and P4 hogs on the market j today at tbe stockyards, a large pro- portion of which were heavy cows, 234. of .which averaged about 1100 pounds 9.50. ,tho balance making 'from to vith. a few common at 56.25.' r'ev; steers were on S10 being the top figure for 1000- prt-r'd animals. Butcher heifers made heavy butcher bulls ?S; liolog- iiaj calves from 300 to 400 by ?8.7a lo canncrs io H.50. Hogs advanced to 510.10 for selects uif cars. NF.W York Stocks YOilK, .Inn. F.'I-E: C, P. U. S. Steel, U. S. Site) lloVi. ments made at a conferenco of Cana dian seed experU under th'ft chairman Bhip'ot Mr. C. P. Bailey, commisEloner of agriculture, at the parliament buildings today. It wae further learn ed that the, .world's supply'of clover seed will this -year 'Come 'from th clay belt of Ontario and Qnebec. A new variety oC wheat known Oac Number 104' produced b; Professor Zavltx.ot ths Ontario Agrl cultural College. It rs-eipected to exceptional returns to fanners NEAR END ITALIAN RAILWAY STRIKE HOME, Jan. union which I conducling the railrfiad strike has ask ed as a condition for the ending o the strike that the minister of trans port recognize tiie union as rcitrcseii! ing tl'.e railroad employees. Th minister be wa too ready to recognize all the railroad uEsociations which -include even thos who disapproved of the Btriko'. The indications were today that. lh' strike movement was rapidly (Jecreas "Blind an unusually arlns pholodraina. without the ob- cction that generally attaches ilsel! a courageous theme, opened last Ight at the Colonial Theatre. It Is briefly the story ot a neglect- d'Wifc who almost overstepped tho iDrder of discretion to satisfy her leart longing for affection. Dr. Armstrong and his beautiful ife, Margaret, arc sojourning at hotel in tho Tyrolean Alps. The physician U engrossed n his profession interests and neglects to demonstrate his affcc- lon tor his wife. Lieutenant von Steuben, an Aus rlan officer arrives at tho hole! ind stalks all womankind, as z prey stalks game. Tho climax, shows the' error o: indiscretion and awards a fitting 1 death to the villain. Eric Strohcim, himself a former J officer of the Austrian .army, depicts the role of Lieutenant von Steuben: Krancelia Billing'ton supports him as Margaret Armstrong. The presenta- tion of "Blind Husbands" is enhanced by the presence on tho screen of such popular players as Sam NEW LLOYD COMEDIES WILL BE SHOWN EXCLUSIVELY AT STARLAND THEATRE Tomorrow and Saturday, SUrland will the first of the new Harold Lloyd Comedies, entitled ''Dumping fnto Broadway." Critics who have seen this comedy are unan- imous in the opinion that these great two-reel mirth producers are the great est that have ever been shown..' In Montreal where this comedy was showing at the time that three other houses were running first-run Chaplin and Arbuckle comedies the Lloyd comedy was BO popular that at tho theatre whore It was showing the crowd was so great that it required three policemen and a police sergeant he- people back. In Calgar) last weefc when, this comedy was shown the cro'.'d stood for hours make use of her knowledge "to save waiting in 30 below weather to get In tho honor of her family and goes to I Owing lo the limited seating capacltj out' the debt in the office of tho I of the theatre, the management re "I, with Shir- ley tho heroine of 'The Vir- tuous for my heart always goes out. to youne-clrlg who arc compelled by necessity to go into-the business forid to make ihelr own said Enid Bennett, the charming little Par- amount-lnce star In -discussing her alest photoplay, which will be shown at Starland for the last times tonight. "Shirley, you. know, is ambitious and ,not content with the Idle life of youug girl with studies stenography'aud typewriting evenings three polic at her home. When her brother In a to hold Ihi moment of. stoals money from his employer, she to man froin whom her brother stole. I ijuest that everyone who can possibl> "There she encounters temptations !ll0 attend the matinees of the Pri with which '-some working girls are evening show. You will get th confronted in business offices. show at the matinees that yoi I v.-as first handed Iho script, I won-j do in the evenings. dercd whether girls In real life were------------------------------ ever subjected to such trials at the "THE'LUCK OF THE NAVY1 hands of cvll-mlmled employers. 1 AT THE MAJESTIC rather doubted it and determined to find out the truth. "Under the pretense ot having some Although. "The Luck of the Navy, In the round which the pla mi au absorbing Interest tart to finish. This is undoubtedly omething of great praise to a ijlay hk-h fully merited it. Tha pieco itjalt vas not of tho kind to call for -any xceptioual acting, but such as it was t eminently fulfilled its purpose, und its particular nature could not: tie asily eicelleJ. Tue was of ilgh standing as It fitted In with tie ilot and Incidents of the piece, and It Ived up to the repnUtiou It. has al- ained. The charm ot "The of the S'avy'1 was the natural manner in vhich the players assumed their' par- Icular roles. The acting splen- didly balanced throughout, and those who saw It cannot but tbe estlc was a veqf enjoyable, one. The play may well be called a popular vvp. U was kind (hat appeals lo the popular lii tho pleasure it gave and in the enjoyment it created, aa the forenuutr of the fcenes of ihe Trans-Canada circuit of Old Country players, as a splendid ad- vance agent of the class of play and of tbe quality of the actors and act- resses are to follow. "The Lulcic of xhe Xavy" .was as breezy as its name Implies and may Justly termed a feature of the theatrical season at the Majeillc. Those who are f.ond ot excitement and appreciate good acUng had these in full tneasurel 'At the cloie of Iho performance Mr.'Percy Hutchison cx- preiiECt his appreciation of the aud. lence, saving it was worth cresting the Atlantic to play before such a houie. PROSPEROUS YEAR FOR NOVA SCOTIA FARMERS KIW.TVIU.K, N.S., Presl; iJcnt Ur. of .Sydney, in Ihe coarse of his address :it Ihe opening fcctaion oi Iho twoniy-fourth annual convention of Ihe Nova Scotia Farm- i Tbo now3papera- today print con- to tho postal anil tele- S KrapH employees of Argentina for I having refused to send a telegram expressing solidarity their Hal- Ian colleagues: during .the strike. Association, Jiero last refcr- to the year J91S as ono of the luoat Ironi (he standiioint of agriculture in tiie liiHtory of tbe lirovinca. He emphasized life need for ifarracrs and advocated increased salaries for the teachers of the com- mon schools. KAISER'S LETTER DENIED Widely-Printed Letter Saying Kaiser Disgusted With pennant Was an Invention, TIIE HAGUE, Jan. b'lo Iho Amsterdam IlatideUbUd, General von Uonlr.nd, adjutant to for- me" Kmporor William of Germany, declares tbat 1ha widely-printed letter purporting lo have been sent by Wil- liam Hohenzollern froin Amerongen: lo Prince saying that i.he former emperor had no desire to re-, turn to (Jennany as-he felt ho had] been deceived even by officers o( the Gcrmon high command, vras on inven- tion in Us entirety. Tfcwa re of gum tenderness that of 1'yorrhea. I'ciir out of five people Iiavc nn- (kr forty also, ixoseniug trclli indi- r.ilc Pyorrlisa. Hhcding gums, too. inflamtdi bleeding nyrcs act as co many doorways for clijeaM Hernia to enter the lha joinla or causing other ailments. Fortran's positively.- prevepla Pj-or- thcx, if in line and consisl- caily. As it UM the teeth become firmer. 'IStush your leclh with KorhanV. It cleans tha teolb them white and clean. If liaa in, tiatt using Forhan's and consult h den- tist inuncaizltly for treatment. 35c and COo turo In Cinada and U.S. If your druggist cannot supply von, send to us direct and we mail luba poj'naid. POK'HAITS, LTD., Monlncl Whilo a man iraa leaning out ot a moving train at Jte.kaon, JHcl., tc, wavo good-uyo to iv young lady, hin head .struck a car on siding, killing him. FDRTHEGUMS Ttio Chief Secretary for Ireland, who may bo retiring from the puEt. COLONIAL 'THE MIDNIGHT SATURDAY LAST TIMES TONIGHT ENID BENNETT Virtuous ALSO "FOX NEWS" LOW feet showing (lie Prince of Wales' visit to- New York. "BOARDER BUOTER6" Comedy, and "BRITISH CANADIAN PATHE GAZETTE" 25c Children tOe COWL-NOW PLWIIIC -'TODAY and FRIDAY Carl Lacmmle offers TODAY MACK SENNETTS 1920 COMEDY SENSATION FORD STERLING AND PHYLLIS HAVRE In "HIS UST WISE STEP" There a "Kingdom of Dreamt" in every woman's heart and this It the of how one woman found her sbuJ's mate through a mar- riage of'convenience. SPECIAL Anita Stewart Of DREAMS' The Romance of a Marriage of Convenience. v SATAN LAUGHS WHILE THE ANGELS WEEP Directed by" "Stopf'she must not enter, this room. I love my husband- "Btit he does, not love was the tempter's and she knew it was, true. IF you want io see a phoiodrama that grips till it almost hurts a story so absorbing that it needs no explanatory so intense that it. holds you breathless, glued to your seat, forgetting that you're in a theatre, not knowing that the biggest surprise of all is coming right at the come see this marvelous piece of photo-realism the most enthralling drama that you've ever witnessed and ihe most a picture that you'll never forgetr UNIVERSAL-JEWEL lcni NEARLY ALL LETHBRIDGE IS TALKING ABOUT THIS WONDERPLAY. HAVE YOU SEEN IT YET? SUPERB ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY SPECIALLY AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA Matinee Daily at 2.30; Twice Nightly, 7.00 and 9.00 ChiHreft.....25'; SPECIAL PROGRAM TOMORROW AND SATURDAY Harold Lloyd TIio Screen's Greatest and Most Original Comcdl.vit, in "Bumping Into Broadway" first, of Iho two-reel comedies, Is "different" from all other screen comedians. lie Is Iho only silversheet comcjy mer- cbnnt wlio rellej absolutely and solely upon his art of acting and others loan upon some adventitious nid such as gro- tesque make-up, exaggerated costume, or physical peculiarities. ELSIE FERGUSON in "A SOCIETY EXILE" The Greatest Prooram the City, Adults 35t SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE, CHILDREN, 5 CENTS Come before Saturday nljhl If you We cannot buaranVte not to keep you waiting Saturday ;