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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rilCSDAY, JUNE 1, 1920 THE LFTHBWDGE DAI HJJKAm PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS ATTVIf 1 c LI LL> VAUDEVILLE f 1 MARKETS TWO STRIKING COSTUMES SEEN AT THE WOODBINE RACES were! in good demand today, with the spread, from Ic to 3c bolter OnorJugs, hoa ever were small aau did not meet the' demand There was a faijj demand for' barles Jlght offerings In better demand sates be Ing made at 20 cents the Chicago Jui> delivers Hast neglected oats closed. Ifseliigher and Oc (obcr 1'Jc up higher tor July and Ic bJgner foriOctohor. Flax iciower for Jyl> and for Quotations Open. October SOW BAHLET- July October Jul) i October. (fueled. Cash Prices OATS- No. 2 C.W..-.131S Vo 3 Filra No 1 Feed Xo. Z Ivo 3 CW Rejected Track Ivo i NO 2 CW 442 Condemned .340 430 Track 4 C W Feod So. 3 C.W. Track No New York SlocVt NEW "1ORK June I Closing sales' CPU U S Steel (ex div US Steel prff ferred 105% Winnipeg Livestock (Dominion Livestock Branch todav were 2C3 397 hugs, and two sheep. .XThe .market was generally quiet Bulk of offerings consisted of med- ium to common grades of stpcker cat tie which nere being .ibsorued under a light Inquin A handful ot choice steers changed hands at good quality females to, stocker steers nnrt heifere and few good quality from JD.OO to Voal calves and hogs were at yesterday's close. Calgary Livestock CALOAKY. June stock vas a verv "small'market at tho stockyards today, only sixty cattle aud 32 hogs being unloaded. Tho market was strong no means choice, making and one choice heifer ot 1 020 pounds bringing Jlo'fS-) vhlle went to 10 00 Common bulls sold at i SEITZ PRODUCES SERIAL INNOVATION Mr. Cbas. Crawford acd fare! :lt this week for Grand Forki C., where he has porchased a fa and will engage In fruit farming1. Quito a number of the you enjoyed a daace In, Tustlaa's Saturda> evening Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ;Freeni little daughter arrived home th from .'.-They .were panied by Mr. Freeman's fall sister also .Mr. Ceo. Baker. Mr and Mrs H D Ociry ajon arrived on Tuesday mornintpm Montreal Covle> has a humming is.rj. Mr.. O. E. Moore has linportjwo hives of bees as an experiment hey pibve successful he Intends I ex- tend enterprise. hsjjwn a largo field ot clover als'tck- wheat for feeding ground for Hre Allm and granddaugbtofiss Fdna Bird left this week for ica- tion Mrs lAllin will i >a (Ion- Bin -whilst Edna intends to in Helena MonL 4 Mr Jim Gevry is laid up w t bad- ly Injured foot He tell fiHbo stock yard fenco and broke oiathe small bcnoa in his ankle i The Cowle> Women s, Instil] are holding thc'r .otlal oienlng dnne George Seitz, scenario writer, director, aud producer of a doien or more successful rathe serials, has established a new record with "Bound and a ten-episode Pathe serial ot which he Is star, direct- or and producer, and which will start at tho Colonial theatre on Friday and Saturday ot this week. It Is an occurrence for stars to become directors, but far from commonplace fov a well-known and established: director to become a. star, therefore tho announcement that tho man who became famous as the director of Pearl'White has un- dertaken the task of directing him- self In a serial.has caused widespread Interest; Despite his youth, Mr. Seltz Is one ot.the best known and most rient figures'if .motion pictures today. Ten years 'ago''he had some stage 225 3rd at tne home ot Sirs D Snsead of Mrs Easterbrooks Dick, Buffalo, Wolt Talk, Mclno Calf and Halloway afo lat'res dents m town Thev are the paUtia) box car residency th rigutaway. ONTARIO LUMBER Si MERCHANT ISEAD KINGSTON, OnL, Jnne 1-oiuc P Auglin, head of S >nglm 'wi and one of the oldestcnbe merchants iir Ontario, died nmg, aged 78 lerlence In stock aad road shows, hut lever called hlmaelf Mo- on pictures' seemed to offer a field or his story-writing talents, and he urned 'out a numbers of scenarios. ost bf which; he found carefully re- urned to him.''He refused to admit efeat, and almost before he as aware ot if, producing, companies icgan" accepting his scriiits. Seren ears ago he associated himself with "alhe'as a scenario writer, and Ills ad- ancement.since.that time has been Htle short of marvelous. On the left Is. shown an' accordeon-ptaiteS cape, extreme trouserette cffecL ing. He ha: slelrs for Weapon Went Off While Gel- ting Out of jejed to Lethbndgc FOREMOST, May Tran.k paid -v short visit to Foremost No hogs -were sold. I.ieuL-Col.. A., 1C.: Tylee, O.B.E, ot Toronto, has'been appointed Air Commpdorc the Canadian Ur J orce to contiBje in command iiino mouths CP to EUROPE QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL Juuo.Ii, July. 5 June 16, July 11 Emp. Franco Aug 25; Pr. Fred. Wm. June From Montreal To B. .Mctagama .Liverpool S..Scandinavian ..sAulwerp 12. .Corsican ......Liverpool 19..Mellta...........Liverpool .Sicilian .......Liverpool J CANADIAN PACIFIC tOCEAN 364 MiimSl, U.'S. SENAT PRE-CC ASHING wiluesses we resumption c jhvestlgatipi.i paign eipend Ing made Lo that a temp Tliursda) hicago Ilep HUMORIST LONDON, Associated Sailings jestorday his car which he left here last tail He started oil the return trip to Paul de Metis this morning. Last Saturday, May Mr. Carr, son of Mr and Mrs Carr ot Dird'? holm-met with i rather, serious ace! dent A shotgun dis charged into his abdomen as ho was getting out of a Ho was at once'taken-to' Lethbridge for surgical, attention. Mr. B. S..Deatiyiwas walking wilh a painful limp.a-few. days ago. The wheel llis c seems 16 be nearly himself agaiu. Mrs. Green and baby son of Van- ouver is visiting her. parents, Mr. nd Mrs! White. Mr. 'Hogg of .Ontario is TisitinB his J. D, Madlll. iBlack-has bought1 Rev. J. D. _'aylor's car is learning to drive heao .days. Mr. W. Mclntyrb relumed from the Crow's Nest Pass oil Tuesday., Mrs.. Underwood of Lclhbridge is visiting her 'Mrs. Paul Sled- hurst. Miss her home in ithb ridge- of er the .holiday. Miss WCI.lle Klnimctt of Ixth iridgo WiVvlrfllns .fier brolber, Win Mrs. 'Alfred lias' returned [romva visit Tbo Ramon Calhollo-ladies of the town have organized an. allar society, withers, 'ffm.. Kimmett Stakes toda il to S. High andiPoiret, 2 horses ran TO LIVERPOOL Juno n...........-.Victorian June, i June 10 .Empress of Franco June .Corslcar. July 6............Victorian Juno 19 July 3 .........v.Minnedosa .Inly H Umprcss of Franco 'July 10 .Tilly IT ...........Corsican July 28 ..Prluco Fred. Will.. July 24..............Mellfa. Aug. 1 Victorian. TO GLASGOW June 23.............Sicilian July 7.............Prelprlan July 28 .............Sicilian' (Passport tjplicslloa formj tappllcJ.) Call or write for full llou, C. P. It. Ticket Office, }M. GORDON Ticket PHONE 612 1'fcketi Issued on nil Uatlo "way station town on tour, came after the Innocent line: "She said she- would do It, and she Maxwell Karger, director-general for Screen Classics, Inc., has it 'out and he announces that duplicate that record In tho film ver- sion. But he bromlses to go it one guarantees a laugh for every second of the forty-three, and will strive tor a laugh every second ot the seven reels of ths production. A laugh CTfry second Is a pretty large order, but Mr. Karger says cheer- fully that he will undertake to fill It. FINE VAUDEVILLE-AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE looking for good entertainment? II you'll get as much good fun oul oi the Colontnl theatre's new vaudeville show as the critic did last night, then you'll certainly enjoy yourself tonight. Monohan's Sllnstrels are on the bill in the right spot to start the fun go illusion act presented by-F.rancis Scott acd Company. .It ;s an exceptionally good "act. Kinc pictures and plenty of Hrtly music by the orchestra will help you forget vour troubles. Hike oa down to the Colonial to night and tee the ahon-. It's well worth looking at. Ing. They are all to the merry, and hand out the'laughs in big bunches. George Hall in' his entertaining comedy monologue will please you. Fad aud Fancy, a collide of nitty en terlainers, in a clever comedy skit otter r.n Interestins pot-pourri ot songs dances and talk. And theu, closing the show Is a big Cocktail? Cocktail? Where have I heard that word before? Oh, yes, I H's the thing tliat starts all the hilarious happenings in "PAIR AND WARStEfR." that funniest of all Avery Hopwood's farces, starring MAY ALLISON'.. Its claying at the Colonial Theatre on-Wednesday and Thurstey this week. FAIR AND WARMER" HAS LAUGH RECORD Newest Vehicle (or May sidered Avery Hopwootfs Funniest Here Soon. "Fair and Avery IIop- wo'od'a riotous farce, May Allison's first for Screen Clas Blcs, undor bigger and belter" picture-policy this fall, which will bo screen at ,tha Colonial theatre" on Wednesday and Thursday, broke, many .records during Us long of. the Eta go. Among ..other marks it set was a rec- Society Girl Takes nd on the right a most Out of "Vampire" Strong! Mlltaea Dker ever a theatre audience This laugh-was'timed by the stage manager It lasted pre cisely -forty-three 'seconils, night in and night out; no matter whether the farce was playiiig to a New York audi ence or to local'theatre-goers'In som .Gr...is_scadily improV1 ablo to'-he'dowu- .PROBING- VENTIONjEXPENSES ON1 June 1 V score of ititfay. lo'testify.'at the the senate .committee f preinvention cam ures were be- stpedite tlio heiring so halt might be call night because tbe 'tlican couveulion. VINS WOODCOTE..STAKES June Canadian Woodcote wos won by'Humorist, to 1, .was second to Tvas Twelve Constance Talmadge, >s Ladjljien dolyn Diana Beaufort Alias Nellie Jones, Becoei; "A Virtuous Vamp." a disadvantagetbJ hiving .aicder heart Is made plam to a score -New lork bojs when Nellie Jonesretty stenographer m the office ofunes Crowinshield, smiles her cap'itlug smile at them and then leavojieih1 with 'onlj -vagtib memories might have beeii This Is the pht of tho lovelorn voutbs in Vaous slamug Constance Tttdge and union, -vrill be aeen at the Etc s Theatre, last lime tonight Showing m Today WH'AT HAPPENS IN A MINUTE? CO SF.E1 When moving day comes next year, Don't worry and frtt with "dread and _ a foolish girl who will argue and plead With moving van men when much greater speed won with a look. Just go to the Strand and learn how io hook hubn'y by vam'py 'flirty ways every girl should know. REVEALED BY C C. V C'rtU 01 ONSTANCE TALMADGE In a John Emerson.Anila Loos Special "A Virtuous Vamp Fifty Lessons in'VampIng at Every Performance. COLONL The Home Cooki Know Whek Pacific Milt first came oh the market we had r {anyf professional cooks t y it'and give th'eir opiniors.. But re; lly It is th.b recipes and csperleiHes in'( hpmo.kitchenc tliat wo ira of. PaciilcMiikCo.Ltd FACTOHY AT, B. C. LAST- TIMES T6N1GH (Tjiesdayj VAUDEVILLE] MONOHAN'S.HOT TIME MINSTRELS In a blaze of real old time Si- strelsy. They're great. GEOiS.'HALL "For Toughing Purposes Mi FAD ArJf) FANCY j Songs, and Connj Chatter.; T "it's a Laugh a Lifetime FRANCIS SCOTT AND Ol! Illusory Divertissement I Extra Special. Feature Photoiy V. Attraction j H. B. WARMER In the SeiiBallonal Jlystcry Sry "HAUNTING Pathe Review. Other Attractiis "Popular Prices Adults SOc Kiddies 6c WEDNESDAY THuif. "FAIR AND The Laugn'oi'a Lifetime CUNARD i ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS YORK-LIVERPOOU Juno 10 .Ycstrls Juno 12 Vic July 17 .K.A. Vic. Aug. 21 .KJV. Vic. NEW SOUTHAMPTON Juno 19 Impeiralor July s-Mauretanlfc July IT Imperafor July 31 .Aeinilaiiiu Aug. II Imperalor Aug. 28 .Atiuitnnln MEW YORK-PLYMOUTH, CHER- AND SOUTHAMPTON I .June 23 Ilyl George'July 23 Ilyl