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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920 rm ixrrsnumsf. IRRAUI PAGE FIVE DRAMA MARKETS WINNIPEG, Jan. markets1 today were, dull and featureless, with a very ordinary demand existing for oats, barley 'and flex. offerings were extremely light and all spreads were unchanged, with the exception ot .oats which showed l-2c better for lomo Oats closed l-2o higher for May and SSc up for July; S8c hither for May and i-4c higher for July; flax 3c higher for May and 1-Zc up'for July, and rye 5-Sc higher for May.. Open. Close. May 94% 94% July.........------ 9114 HAHLBY-, May1 loS'.i 156S4 July............. 5lay EOT 607 July 482 493 r Jlay -186 1S554 Cash" Prices No 2 No. 3 C.W... 93 Extra No. 1 fcod............... 83 feed.'. No. 2 feed.-. sstloul which li Ihrlltlnc and it tie ume Thli oire of the finMt acts brought to thli cHr ud should win popular on and Tuesday. Ckaiiei tie coo leal Fresh- will oritiual comedy jiujllng att wfclch a potltlve riot of fun. to the Hip circuit direct from lone enfacemonts i the Old Countrr. Jim Chatham and Leah Dsraxmrt, tjled "That Southern Duo'1 will of- >r bright breeiy sing ing novelty act, and should icon, a, bli hit on merit! their Florence Fulton .co-stars with the "Prince of To- night" musical comerfy will pre a new Idea la musical comedy. With' a tplndld picture bill and the usual good music Mon- day and Tuwday'i show will Juit about bnak ill lonwr rec- ords. ___ Hall Caine's "The Woman Thou Gavest Me Coming to the Eippress Thurs. Next OPULAR. THEATRE EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN SHOWINOB ON THIS WHICH THE LAW FORBIDS TO BE SOLD IN BOOK FORM. Wedded by a eelflsh father to a tssoluto cad whom she loathed, this ture young girl wag expected to love, onor and obey." The world called hat right. Then the spurned the ties husband had broken, shattered lie that bound her, sought tho afil-ot a decent man. she loved. And he world called that .wrong. You, who a woman has a heart, a life FINE WEEK-END PROGRAM AT STARLAND THEATRE One- of the finest pratTatas ever ex- hibited in the city Is being: shown at Starlaad this A L crowd saw the program night and everyone was highly. with the evening's entertainment. In or der to accommodate the huge crowd ex pecttd by the management tonight, the first' fihov will'commence at 6.4u phtrp, and tue tint, intermission 8. iS. The Elsie Ferguson six-reel tea ture, "A Sociely will-be twice, and- the Lloyd comedy, "But tiug Into Broadway." will .be shown Ihres limes. Anyone arriving befor 3.15 will see the entire 'program. 3 No. 4 C.W...149H -v >fo. M N.W.C.....-..'.......'___517 No. 2 O.W.i.501 No. 3 U.W...4C7 Ko. 20. W. ...'................1S2U Exchange Rates NEW YOIIK. Jan. ex change strengthened slightly in th when you "The Woman Thou Garest at the popular Empress Theatre next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. MAY ROBSON HERE NEXT WEEK IN "TISH" The announcement otjhe fortheom- ng engagement ot America's premier comedienne May Hobson, In her latest and undoubtedly her greatest success which will be tLe attraction at be Majestic Theatre on Friday, Feb. 6th, will be welcome news to hermany admirers and the theatre-going public of LethLrldne; Tish" is a melodramatic farce, founded upon Mary Roberts., Rlue- tiart's famenis stories which appeared In the Saturday Evening Post and r.-hich were put Into play forin, by that prolific Edward E. Rose, and HARRY CAREY AND JAMES J. CORBETT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT New Picture, Provl'de Thrilling Vchlds for Popular Universal Star j (ito led her to exact the promise. Naturally Carey's enemies are uot ng In finding out hts plight, end they haze ana humiliate him un- mercifully until, at a last, unforgiv- able outrage, he finds a way to tri- umph over them. James J. Corbett will appear In the opening episode o( the new serial "The .Midnight Man" today, and plenty of good comedy will round out the bill. of her talents than either o lier preTloua successes, "A Little Bl Old' and "The Hejuvena lion of Aunt Mmry." The titular character la which Mil ibsonsjippears, Introduces to the stage a new. type of spinster which la at quce welcome and appealing to all cla's'ees of theatre goers. Inasmuch as It is as lovable as It is entertaining and act portrayed by Miss Robson. re- ceives all the polish and technique that only the true artiste can Impart to a character. Augustus Pltou, I0c.: banner Miss Robson Is appearing, pre- sents the well-known star here willi j tho original cast and production, the Harry Carey, Unlvereal's popular IVestern star, appears to excellent advantage in his latest photoplay, 'Bare shown tonight at tho Colonial theatre. "Bare Fists" Is a characteristic story. Prorldlnc the usual Ingredients of the typical riding straight shooting and tense drama- It has also human touches that hare come to be associated with Carey pictures, and which distinguish them from the usual run ot cowboy melodramas. "Bare Fists" tills the stcrr of a marshal's son who Is bound by a promise given to his mother that he will never use his In self defense. Carey's father had- been killed In a gun-fight and the mother's fear that her son would meet the NORMA TALMADGE COMES TO COLONIAL NEXT WEDNESDAY IN "THE ISLE OF CONQUEST" In "The 'isle of Norma Talirmdgo's new Select special, the charming star again demonstrates that there is no height of expression too lofty for her. Her versatility Is generously drawn upon as she journeys through the roles of an Innocent convent gfrl to an unhappy wlfehood and thence to a life of isolation upon a tropical Island with a lone mim companion, there to find complete happiness1 and content- ment. Always pleasing and capable, he star ascends to the full height ot ler emotional talents and holds the interest from beginning to end. N The Isle ot Conquest" Is a fast moving drama treating with a young girl's marriage to a wealthy waster, through the efforts ot a designing mother, loiter, the yacht upon which they are cruising Is wrecked and, she finds herself safe upon an uninhabited island with a. stoker from the'ship's hold. Months of isolation kindles within them a mutual lore and, all hope of rescue having perished, they are preparing to enact their marriage rite whea suddenly her husband ap- pears to jeturn her to his world sham. Here the circumstances become tragic, concluding with an unexpected and sensational climax, The playiwas adapted to the screen by John and Anita Loos from Arthur Homblow's novel.' "By Right of and was directed by Edward Jose. It will appear at the Colonial theatre for three dayi be- ginning Wednesday next. I COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY (SATURDAY) attraction coming direct from Us three WINNIPEG, tonight's'e trades and labor coun- cil, a resolution was pnssed calling oa workers to strike to eniorco the re lease 'ot it. If. Russell, convicted ol (edition, .and British labor was asked to do tho same. Support ot the Labor and Defence league in Its continued ef foils to obtain Ilussell's release was also pledged on the assertion that he .being deprived of freedom for a tight for the rights of labor.. No Decision In Calgary CAI.C.AKY, Jan. their meet- ing last night the Calgary trades coun- ril declined to iako action on this resolution until they knew whether Uioy Giving support to the O. B. U. thirty-nine more live mid have beeri added to the 1615 los In the Eastlsnd disaster at Chicag in 1915. A second glance intcrestln because Arthur Loeb, which is h' is the only 'nan known to raei cal science who is a fra ture In his skull'and a seTered bloc- veEsel in his fofeliead. Arthur: Loeb, accompanied by 5Tr Loeb, arrived in the city yesterda is registered at the Alexandra Hotel. He is on his way to France 'rom Vladivostok and- Honolulu, where he lias been' engaged In doing expert deep'sea diving for tbe U. S. Govern- ment, incidentally ,-supervising the raising'of the sunken submarine, the F4. From France he will go after his op- eration to snpen-Ise-the 300 deep'sea divers who are going after the sunken, fortunes on the "Lusllanfa." Loeb, by tbe way, Is the only man in the whole world who wears a five star Carnegie medal Loeb is not a vaudeville artist, but he has been persuaded' by Manager Len Brown, vith ho has been personally acquainted fprvihe past five years or so, to appear at'the Colonial theatre on Monday and Tuesday next as an aided attraction to the regular Hippodrome Vaudeville bill, when be will tell of 'some of his wonderful CT perienceg-Rt'tlie bottom of the ocean, in addition to'showlng a. series of re- glves -Miss Hobson more scops for the imonths' successful run at Powers BEGONE DULL CARE; LESLIE GROSSMITH IS WITH In Wesley church, on Tuesday, Keb-j ruary 10. will appear one of KticcesKfiil and popular artists at lirosent louring Western Canada In tho j perron of Ovoaamllh, tiie ons musicjan >.nd entertainer. I .Mr. Orossmith Is making a tour oil Western Cancda, snd his performances everywhere nro moetlns with great I nuccess. j lie la n humorist-musician of ex- 'ccptionel versallllly. His piano-play- ing, whether it he classical, tad, or gay, is a revelation; Ills ilifterent char- ncterjstic.s cause hilarious merriment :iiul nniiising delight. His. "piano-' tognesv are dlstlncllvc, fiis humor re- fined, and lie ranks, among tho great entertainers of the dny. Mr. John Bowman will aaslat with violin soloa, and by securing your (IcketH In advance the Wesley churcb Memorial Pipe Organ Fund will be greatly. markabte motion pictures of sonic 'BARE FISTS' JAMES J. CORBETT In the opening chapter of the smashing serial "THE MIDNtGHJ MAN" ind Coquetteaf Vitasraph Comedy Cchic Early MAJESTIC Next fri. Two Hours ud a Half of Laughter with MAY ROBSON [in The New Comedy I "TISH" From Mary Roberts Rinehart's Stories Published in The Saturday Evening Post. Adapted by Edward E. Rose Management AUGUSTUS PiTOU. Inc. Prices 75c, 00 SEA.TS ON SALE WEDNESDAY AT ARMSTRONG William, Duniond in "The Protifal Lvtr_ AT STARLAND MONDAY AND'TUESDAY LAST TIMES TONIGHT Elsie Ferguson "A IN- SOCIETY AND EXILE" HAROLD LLOYD In the COMEDY "BUMPING WTO BROADWAY" don't hare to "recommend this shew. Ask anyone of tho huge crowd who BIIW It lust night. Brening" Rhov commences at 6.45 sharp. First intermission S.4S. Adults 35c CMIiirtn 10c two Iieadlino (ittracllons wor- tliy o( toil honors on any vaudorlllOj bill anywhere, the new "Hip" vaude- ville show nt tho Colonial tliealre on Monday and Tuesday will eclipse all former records established at tho pop- ular Colonial. Arllnir Locb, the hero of the "East- lan.i'1 disaster, and tho holder of the Carnofllo modal with flvo diamond stars for bravory ivlll occupy one of (he positions on (lit; bill. Mr. fs internationally famous as the deep soft diver, and In Ills talk on Monday ha will bo very hllefesllnir, Ho will also exhibit some motion pictures. A few side- lights on his methods to be used In raising the "LnilUvnla" will also prove Interesting. The Alsace-Lorraine Girls, a com- pany of aerial arllals, will offer son- TUESDAY WILLIAM DESMOND The Prodigal Liar A western drama Hal will keep you on Ihe seal-edge. Thrills! Romance! And More Thrills! Don't mfss this one. "PAY YOUR DUES" .A Harold Lloyd Comedy, anil "THE GREAT GAMBLE" Bplrode Nine. COLONIAL! Monday Tuesday "HIP" VAUDEVILLE GREAT DOUBLE HEADLINE BILL THE ALSACE-LORRAINE GIRLS In An Elaborate and Sensational Aerial Trapeze Act. Florence Fulton and Frank Roberts In "A and Dance Oddity1' Jim Chatham Leah Dancourt "THAT SOUTHERN DUO" CHARLES FORTUNE EUROPEAN COMEDY JUGGLER GREAT EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ARTHUR LOEB (HIMSELF, IN PERSON) The Hero of the Eastland World's Greatest Deep Sea Hlml See Him I FEATURE COMEDY "African Lions and American Beauties" EMPRESS THEATRE ;ADULTS -CHILDREN 103 NOT A WAR STORY SATURDAY t MONDAY A VIVID PICTURIZATION OF ROBERT W. CHAMBERS' BEST STORY OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS DON'T MIS3 MONDAY'S GREAT "KIP" IT'S THE BEST YET _______________NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Adults.......... 50c Children........., 25c Thrte and 9.03 IRENE CASTLE m "THE FIRING A PARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT SPECIAL I Robert W. Chambers' famous novel come to life! With "America's best dressed woman" in the leading role! The color anil charm of gay Palm Beach, The rugged strength of the North, The ardor and tave of youth. The lure and luxury of- smart society adventuring. A big, human picture that will delight your eye and grip your heart. Cornel The Latest Mack Sennett Comedy Concert dult. 25r ;