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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920. DAH.Y tIRPAT.n PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS mt WINNIPEG. June oats were dull today with practically no offer- t-J ings. Barley was fairly actlvo with a food demand for No. 3. There was little or no movement In cash flax. closed higher for July a id Vic up for October. Barley closed "40 lilfhev for July, and Vic up tor Octo- ber. Flax lOHc higher for July, anil 8c higher for October. Quotations 119H 91% on the market The-atrVet was slow and prices slackened; off 50 to 75 cents per on medium cattle. The peak of fctgh prices baa gradually been passed as (he grass-fed, cattle will soon bo on market. flhe top on steers was lor' i pound steer, with. Ihe iullc, going from to JU.EO; good to }H.OO; i HOES were ofl Jt5c, bringing off care, for selects. 168 168% 442 July Oi-tober EAHLEY-r July. October July 460 October UO Not quoted. Gash Prices .No. 3 C.W...i2T% No. 3 Bitra No. 1 Feed 126% No. 1 Feed 1.25T4 No. 2 Feed.. 124% Track- 123% No. 3 C.W...167 Rejected.... 159VS Track No. 1 N.W.C. SING LEE PAYS 1UH Fwt Alle Same 'LiT Hipploplotamiu; and Alle Pletty Girls. ..............462 Mo. 2 CAV...467ii No. 3 Condemned .362% Track 462 RYE- Ko.2C.W. 225 New York Stocks NEW YOHK, Juno 4. Closing tales: C, P. H., U.S. Steel, 94; U. S. Steel preferred, Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, June 4. (Dominion Livestock Receipts today: 215 cattle, 468 hogs and 21 sheep. Trading was quiet again today up to few cattle being (Editor's Lee, a Chinatown merchant, visited the Al G. Barnes circos recently, and this Is the vray he- described It to Barnes' publicity man: "Sing ketchum 'id' alle tame China- No. 4 pjper. tickee big waeoa.; Feed......159% blg aiie samo 'lection night Fllsco; Sing inside menaglle; Chop Suey, Lucka mye! alle same Noah turn Ark loose; music; Sing atay meaaglle one hour, tlen fa blj tent; Sing look alound, lady walk along p.lde; evely body laugh, see Sing 1th lady; Sing jot up In seat painted blue, pletty soon show commence. Suey Suey! Sing want to holler; all animal in worldr come in; land play; ladies on elephants, man on lions, lions on horses, ,hlppleplolamus dance alle same 'cootcnie.1 "Beat China Prince Coronation; Sing now feel good; alle same 111' boy; buy pop-coin, peanuts, lod lemonade; Suey! up go lion top of tent; lion alle same bum up; lotta girls sing on horseback, Ontirio Legislature Prorogued This Afternoon TORONTO, June In his speech from the throne at the official proroga- tion of the Ontario legislature, this afternoon, his honor, Lleutenani-Qov- ernor Lionel Clark reviewed tho work of the session anil expressed tho hope that, while the spring seasoii was somewhat backward In somo sections of tho province, ifcnewed agricultural activities In this province would hoi" relieve the scarcity in food and thus enhance the prosperity of tho wholo community. My means of legislation anil appropriations, steps had been taken to assist In tho further develop- eTit ol atricultara! Very few of the legislative members were present to hear the prorogation speech. Most of them being farmers, they left last make a practical contribution to the work of production wbjch his honor advocated. A storm swept, district of North Wales. Shropshire, Lancashire and Lincolnshire, causing flood in river Lud in which many persons are drowned, fifty being the estimate. An Arabian Cut-Throat Chief Abduct- lug a Beautiful European Woman. Daredevil Desert Dervishes lu Thrll- Uiig Feats of Horseback Hiding. II. B. Warner as a Desert Outlaw and' as Captain of the Foreign Legion.- Nautch-CIrl Dancers Wearing Neck- and Breast-Shields In the 310- haiuedsn Wiggle. These scenes are notable for their lavish settings and a caut--cost uming. Beautiful Barbara Castleton plays opLosita Mr, Warner, and makes a splendid foil IttF '.hat great actor. Oth- ers In ail excellent cast are Novell, Kueenle Ford, Cannon Phillips, Jay Dwiggius, Manuel Ojeda and-Walter Perry. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Tho weekly laughing event, Country Store ;Vodvil Kite, will be staged the Colonial Theatre tonight A hew and novel array ol prizes will be, given away, and laughs should come thick and fast, "Bound and tlio Colonial's new serial will start today and Satur- day. "This Is a short serial, running only for ten weekly episodes. It is brimful of comedy stunts and new sensation's, and will doubtless prove 'very popular with Colonial patrons. Frank Mayo and Ora Carcw will bo .seen in their latest feature, "The Fed- dler of a fine six-act feature. Ttie Century Bathing Girls will also he seen 'In their latest comedy riot, "A Red Hot finish." Pascale Perry, assisted by Jack Jifd. in a diversified orterlns entitled 'Sports of the Range" will top tho till. These Jwo sons of Iho West come directly: to .the vauijevill stage from the Buffalo Bill and Miller Bros. 101 liaiich WlJd-West Shows. Thrill- Ing sharpshoo'tiug, fancy roping, and jthcr features arc performed by the boya. Hal Davis and Louise Dunuar in "A Bright Idea" will furnish lots of' entertainment.''' They have a bright, little comedy sketch, which is eii-1 livened up with plenty of singing and dancing. -vr Mammy Harrison, presentc'd by Frcl Kilmer, will uo seen in a hum- orocs Ethiopian diversion The inter- pretation of an ethiopiuu dame who aspires to higU.eyClC'y is Closing tha shpw will bo seen the brilliant and tuneful Hawaiian mus- ical act. "A Night lu present- ed by Atcha Duo. Native Hawaiian songs and dances, the plaintive music of the ukalale and other stringed in- struments, and a pretty Eta go setting, will make tills act very enjoyable. Louise Glaum, the celebrated KCreec star, will be seen in the magnificent production "Tho Goddess of Lost a six-part screen Other features will complete the show which looks like the best in man; months at the Colonial. Great Story of Eleanor H. Porter" Is Beit Vehicle "America's Sweetheart-' Ever Had. 1J o'clock, only weighed up. Quotations were with yesterday's close. Choice butcher steers ranged from 515.00 to stocker and feeder trade qiilc-l, quotations steady to weak. There was no demand for real calves. The hog market opened decidedly weak, with no sales this morning. Prices .will likely decline before the close of the day's trading. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, June Live stock hundred and fifty-seven cattle and 287 hogs were fcnerally steady pietty call 'em 'peach- es'; osllish, him run fast, man on hack holler like devil. "Elephants whole lot; tigers dance; man fight glizzly hear; lucka mye! what show; Sing go back Chinatown, one happy klld; next day. go back, circus gone; Sing go evcly day next An Altoona, .Pa., minister found that-what looked like a box of candy given to him as a wedding fee con- tained cents and 'several sold coins. FINE VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY WOOL LARGE OR SMALL-LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS SB, p. V. Lewis Representing J. KOSHLAND BOSTON Dominion Block LethbrTdgc, Arta. CO. I IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE When Eleanor H. Porter wrote "Pol- thus strumming tho heart- strings of the people -with the magic of her genius, she little realized that she was creating an ideal vehicle for the world's greatest motion picture actiress. Yet that is exactly what this appeal- ing novel has proved to oe, and in film version released by the United, Artists Corporation, to be shown atj the Empress Theater, beginning Mon- day, Mary Plckford paints in black and white the' most pathetic, adorable, lovable Pollyanna that could possibly he conceived. 'Tftere is a depth of feeling in her characterization that reaches out and grips the. heart. The humor, the pathos. Iho genuine humanness that she puts into her work in this picture add the largest aJid by tar the- most brilliant jewel to her already sparkling crown of success. Undoubtedly Mary Pickford's Pollyanna will linger long in the memories of those who follow Ihe Flicker Art. In the titles Frances Marion, author of tho script, has done some of her And her adaptation of the story deserves the highest praise. She has kept all the quaint essence of the novel, with its unique philosophy of gladness, and at the same time has given a generous amount of conflict j and Plot. Her intimate- knowledge of; Miss Pickford'e ability has enabled her' to suggest situations which this little artist has developed to the utmost. By far, this is Mary Pickforu's best phot- op] ay. Paul Powell, who directed this film, has shown himself thoroughly familiar with construction and technique. His handling of the cast is all that could be asked, and has resulted in rounding this offering Into e. perfect picture. Charles Rosher, photographer known as "Tho Vandyko of the has, registered effects 'With his lens which I rival etchings of the masters. His- work, adds the final touch needed to' stamp "PollyanDa" as one of the screen classics. Novelty, and variety are the key- notes pf the New Hipprodrome Vaude- ville show which will be offered at tho Colonial Theatre oil Monday and Tues- day next week. Four distinctly differ- ent acts, a wonderful six act special feature pohotoplay, a real comedy and the great Colonial orchestra will bo seen on tho-program. STiRS THE TO ACTION! indsor Table Cuticura Soap For the Hands p.. B EMPRESS TODAY TOMORROW E-M-P-R-E-S-S MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY U, B, Distinguished and polished actor WARNER of tho stage and screea, in. Turned White" A spectacular drama of the Sa- hara desert- and tiie Arabian hamlet of with Warner In the role of a cashiered officer of the foreign legion and tho merci- less leader of: a band of outlaws. SEE' THE ORIENTAL DANCE HALL IN OPERATION No Advance In Prices for the Big Production OF Valuable Furniture ON MONO AY NEXT JUNE 7th ON THE PREMISES, 610 EIGHTH STREET S, COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK A.M. i FRANK WADDINGTON MTAW 1 EFFECTS INCLUDING Solid WAUiUT DIMNG SUITE comprising buffet; eriendinj dfnins taWcs handsomo china cabinet and set four full leather "eated dineri; Wilton velvet pile rug In dart blue, wilt.colored fringed; exceptionally bandsomo CAIiVBD DKK.ORlBNr- AU wlh-chair to match; combination card Wble wKh swing top, balso covered, reverse sido forming chess table; fumed oak, panelled cabinet; lounge chair in crimson leather; a pair of DHN CHUHS In striped donlm having loose.-cretonne covers; WALNUT stand; a quantity of feather cushions; den rag in Oriental colors; COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE, mahogany catj- Inot with 30 recorda; oppossum rug; fumed oak hall table with three drawer; official map (framed) showlrte frontage ol: glli Drigado, C.B.P., corcred by aerial ptiotosraphs of the battle' of Vlmy Hidge' print of W. B. Gladrtpoe, framed; complete BBDHOOM 8U1TB IN CttHAM TSN'-AJIHli, comprlnlng twin bods largo dreaser and stand, dressing table and CiilLDS BHD- nOOM SET willi bed, dressing table, chiffonier, dressing tabls, bench and rocker, with "Mother irGbburd" imprints; llnmells Carpot; several Khllo onamel medicine cupboards; con- tinuous post bed 4ft. 6in. complete Titli coil springs and fell mat- tress; long backed wicker chair; oval occasional lanlo lii mahog- any; magnitfcent BEDROOM 8U1TB, compriiilnB bod with springs ostermoor mattress; massive dressor; chiffonier and chair; solld'walnut gent's chiffonier; very handsome library tabls in fumed oak; folding cord Ublo; fumed oak arrd chair; ALL OVBR TAPESTRY CHA1II with loose cretonne cover; cavoral hamlaomo brass window curtains, drapes and por- Mores; largo India, rubber plant; ferns; MAHOGANY OCCASION- AL TABLE; large bookcawo; reading lamp; Thermos aulomobilii outfit; tut. glass Items; electric iron; electric locator; "Cadillac" ELECTRIC VACUUM CL30ANHR; set of Iloyal Doveton china; other itema of expcnslro dilnaware, TWOS, eta.; refrigerator; meat safe; kitchen equipment ot all kinda; nutsldo effectn, many smaller items. A prompt Attendant It Retptctfully TERMS CASH PHONES MINSTRELS AT MAJESTIC THEATRE MON. AND TUES. and a wrioe wo and of tears was See tier In MARY PICKFORD'S LATEST PRODUCTION "POLLYANNA" 'From H. Nortl Published by Ac Company Adiputior by Frencu t To Manager Gus Hill is due the' honor of upsetting conventions in the theatrical firmament, as attested by the wonderful success registered by hi3 latest surprise, Cus Hill's Big Min-; strcts, which 13 to be tho next atlrac- j lion at the Majestic theatre on Mon-j day and Tuesday next, June 7 and S. No minstrel offering of recent years can boast of more upio-dale features than this avalanche of burnt-cnrk tom- foolery and laughter. Critics all over the country have .pronounced It the last word In minstrelsy, combining so many unusual novelties, Inimitable sellings, bits, Jokos, singers, dancers, i vaudeville hcadlinors and exponents of slmon-puro Ethoplnn wit and humor. Every angle nt minstrelsy has been treated with a unique twist, resulting In a production bristling with a bright- ness and freshness seldom found In a inglo stage concoction. Heading a company of fifty'ifill-while gloom stroyers and purveyors of mirth and merriment, is George Wilson, o black- face comedian of acknowledged skill.! Then will bo found Jimmy Wall, Jack Kennedy, Lee Edmonds. William Hal- lett, Herbert Willison, Marty Fletcher. Bob Weston, Max Maxen, Ed Carl Graves, James Brady, John Duck-- ley, Eddie Gallagher. Jack Three Musical Cates, Markwllh Bros., and three score other slpgcrs, dtinc- crs and comedians. If merit has any reward this show is hound to be the sensation as well as th? toast of the town.' Watch for, the street parade. H will bo worth' your while. TONIGHT FRIDAY THE BIG LAUGH N1TE Vodvil Nile ONE HUNDRED VALUABLE PRIZES Please, oh Please Come Early. We Want You to Get the Bert WATCH FOR THE KITCHEN CABINET. SOON A Show That Defies Comparison for Tonight and Saturday OUR BRAND NEW SERIAL THRILLER MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Nights Monday Tuesday June Ml V MRIDWMOUS GO ALL WHITE COMEDIANS, SINGERS' AND DANCERS AND THE GREAT GEORGE WILSON WATCH FOR THE BIG STREET PARADE 50c Seats Now Silling at Armstrong A i WHAT YOU'LL SEE IN "THE MAN WHO TURNED WHITE" AT THE EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW A Caravan on the Sahara Desert Pur- sued by Arabian Bandits, Iktautlful Oriental Danclng-QIrla In Vivid Interpretations of "The All- Ilaba Shlvor." A Rsaliatic Desert Buttle Sceno fie- tween Bedouin and Eng- lish Soidlcra. IT'S CHOCKABLOCK FULL OF ROMANCE, COMEDY, I ADVENTURE, STUNTS AND DARE-DEVILTRY DON'T MISS THE OPENING EPISODE FEATURE; PHOTOPLAY "The Peddler of. Lies" From Ihe Saturday Evening Post S'.ory by Henry C, Rowland With America's Most Virilo Screen Star FRANK MAYO THE GREATEST TWO-REEL COMEDY OF THE YEAR "A RED-HOT FINISH" With the Century Bathing Girls and the Century The Same Popular Prices: Adults 35c Chlldfen 100 MONSTER KIDDIES' MATINEE at 1.30-5C SHORT NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Saturday ON THE PREMISES, 307 19th STREET NORTH _______________ AT TWO O'CLOCK___________________ FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE USEFUL HOUSE- HOLD _ _____ FURNITURE ARd effects including: Round extension dining Ublo; quartered oak chiffonier with round mirror; Morris cbiilr; upholstered oasy chair; solid oak rocker; small sido lalilc; oak dining cnalr; 4 sec- tions sectional book caso with top and baso complete; coll beater; fernsland; upholstered bed lounge; two good carpet squares; oc- casional table; drophead sewing machine; talking machine and 30 records; mission o'ak clock; part set of dishes; set o! be-oks; pictures; olactrlc lamp; congoleum nig, 8x6; kUchen cabinet; framed mirror; kitchen chairs; food chopper; single bod and spring; .couch; 4ft, 6ln. trimmed bed and spring; 2 hols Jsow Per- fection oil stove and oven; glassware; kllthen ware, etc. 1 TERMS CASH V PHONES 770-M9 ;