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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ftiuNDAT, JUKI-: THE LETHIWDGE DAIL? HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE ng Hand la hts way to secure for his patrons the best pictures and with the MARKETS ait WINNIPEG, Jung 3i cash ''Brain markets were'dull anil feature- less today. There.was a good demand (or all. grades and the top grades ot at a premium of 25 cents over thV'jiily ciuonth. Lower grades barlsy'demand'was indifferent .with .sprVads. All offerings were light. Has: was not In demand, spreads were slightly high, the prem-, jam being 'jetl.er..-', -..Oats .closet! ti cent higher fcr July; October Dc-teni- cent higher; tent low- (T for July and cent up fur October; llax cents lower fo-. July and li'i contsllpwcr .'or October. Quotations: N.Y. STOCKS NEW YORK, June'21. Closing I1. It: S. Steel U S Steel preferred 101 vs. LONDON MONEY LONDON, June-Jl.-rClose-HBar. aK 511-2d per ounce: bar gold 103s. 4d. Money 4% percent; .discount rates, short hills, SVi percent; three mouths' bills G11-10 percent; gold pre- miums at LUbcn HO. Open Clbse 120V4- 172 130 414 417 -17191 4i2 Oats- July July .V. July OCL .quoted. Cash Prices Ko; 3 C. W. 132% No.-3 C. WL 132% No: 1 feed..............131'% No. 1 No. 2 Track 3 Track NO. C.''i No. 3 C..W: m Condemned..32516 Prinee of Wales Will Be Pres Sentiment; (By ISermuda; Poughkeepsie, Us. '.Margaret N. Brown, pt Kingston, ii a suit for divorce brought against >cr sixty-yearold husband.- alleges hat while IB this city on a visit a orlune teller Informed her that her jusband was She engaged a letecllve to fallow her husband, and he- sleuth made a report as a result of which Mrs. Brown names the clair- royant as co-respondent. Neither the ,vife nor tho fortune teller know the dentil? of tho other. Drown has en- tered no defense. good, orchestra will throw open tho doors today, sattsQed that the peopla of Lethbrldge will aval! themselves pt the. conifort of an up- to-dale theatre.v The opening program !a a William Fox production In which la presented, To Mix In "Six-Shooter McConville. This" photoplay .deals -with tho life during the gold rush days. The scenes are laid in the town of Ne- vadi, depicting; conditions of sixty HE MISSED A SHOCK only at the Colonial theater on Colonial theater today, opening an en- Wednesday aJte moon, this week, posi- tively for (his one performance only. After weeks of negotiations, the Col- onial management has at last been gagement of two days, teaches the les- son of brotherly love, through1 a set- ting and story as simple as it is human and appealing. This Rc-tsrtsoa-Cole successful In securing the necessary i Superior picture, which was produced permission tq exhibit this picture to wome'u of Letbbridge, and it is to bo hoped that every woman possible will avail "herself of this one oppor- tunity of witnessing this picture which is credited with being one of the most daring yet produced. It is being shown under the direc- tion of-the department of 'health-of 'flKrv IB tn HUH Ul IHC UClmrlUlCMl. Ul UtOlUl Ul years ago The Etory Is said to be, hf province. Girls under 16 will not based oa facts, and not on admitted-on Wednesday afternoon May Xq. N'o. 2 C. W. .230 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK WINNIPEG-, June loday 240-cattle and SCO hogs. Uiddiug was generally rfcteady to strong today :on light ret ielpts. Choice quality--butcher cows marie to JH.Opj choice heifers with others rouging froin to medium weight feeder steers of fair quality made whito common made from to ?700 The hog market remained unchang cd, selects, fed and'waiercd changing hands-at. A: few, lights sheep -weighed up. at Bermuda, the oldest- remaining British plahtat is p re p afing to celebra to its tercentenary this 'autumn, for which'purpose have been appro- priated. Since thePrlricoof Wales, an- nounced the-olher he mean. to pay a call ,on..hls loyal subjects, they hit on the sjCheme of combining two and having one 4 CNW. 166-1, d -fajr Qn October-7. when, the Kenovrn, wilt'the Heir lo the throne aboard, is to cast aucuor.liere.. August that Ihe Col- onial pirtlaine'riUield i I s_Iirst_ sitting, but as Ihe royal engagements; cannot NBW YORK, June the out- break of the war John T. Killikeni a St. Louis millionaire, was advised by a friend in-France that he bad found a bargain In old masters.. H was a collectloii of works of art gathered ty a Lille merchant whose-.widow was almosl readyjo "give It away" rather than let It fall into the hands of the Germans. Mr. Milliken sent JIOB.OOO lo the friend who bought the collec- tion! The pictures could iiot.be ship- ped from France during the war, and Killiken died in. the meantime. At the Anderson galleries here ihe other day the collection was sold by tho order of the executors. It broughl eiaptly it was discovered .that .most of the alleged masterpieces were 'clumsy copies. "NO QUESTIONS ASKED" AUGUSTINE ARLIDGE Tenor, who will sing nt the opening of the Phpenix Theatre tonight. He is ohe'of Canada's best Ringers. iqt very weilbe "altered, it.'was "thought wise to'set back' the gala date. .1 -For-nearly 300 years the huslness of governing this. IHtlo outpost ot the Empire lias gone" on'imder the same forms without material change: It is hut natural that-the inhabitants of this 20-.squaro milejiqf.cora! rock should ,wlsn-to horior.theirjaged con- 'stitulioh. Originally ed company under Sir Geo'rse Somers, destined for Virginia in 1G09 the islands hue remalnel conllnuously under British rule Pevenies are raised chiefly from tariff duties. No land b> the colon} There U 1'fht tax on In the parishes and 'he proceeds are used foi maintenance of .he poor There are no divorce laws in Bcr rautla. and case was ever tried here'.' Most tbo cises on tn6 involve hicycle stealing, pelty theft, tiefe-19 Jittle serloua. crime. though-In a-" region wfiere everjone> rides ra wheel tne theft of a bicycle Is regard- ed somewhat as horse in the west a fejw'y'ears.ago. There are oldtimers.' hero Tvbo have never set eyes on a a irolioy car; tm'. ot -late they- Imve -had tho satisfa'ctliin of seeing flying-hoals cir cling through Innovations of any kind arc apt to he Io6ked o'n with some suspicion. The majority is conservative and-that is perhaps why so much sentiment is attached to the cpml.ng celebration of (tho 300-year-old dunslilution. Arthur T. Moore Is appointed Chie' ot Poiice ot Woodstock. EASTHAMPTbX, N. Julie A reward'of no" ijues- tioss was offered today for Iho recovery of the worth of jewels recently stolen from tho bou- doir of Mrs. Knrico Caruso here. A proportionate rewajd will be paid for any piece returned, the announcement said. H sets it-his gkag, who rob and kill. Andy Crawford breezes Into town from nowhere. This part Is played by Tom JiU. vAndy brings .with him a highly developed sense of justice, and'what he goes through.'.in ridding Iho town of a bunch of crooks forms play. Of woman in tho Allenby, whose part is depicted Eald-Markey, and weo is rescued by Andy' from the sheriff's dutches heart is finally won. bo seen in the thlrleen'lb. .episode of tho Black Secret, and Snub Pollard will make a nock of laughter in his comedy, "Change Ihe Girl." Bv oiferlBEV-'A'ugusttne Arlldge as an Bishop has scored a big Arlldgo is fast becoming-noted all over Can ada as one of tenors ot the appear Monday 1: '.V "FIT WOMEN ONLY AT COL6NIAL WEDNES- DAY AFTERNOON THIS WEEK FEW EXECUTIONS IN MEXICAN REVOLUTION MEXICO CITY, May Mall) summary executions marked the latest revolution. Unc9nfiriiicd re ports tell ot some in Tabasco but cnlj Jour have thus far been confirra'ed They wero those, by Carranza troops In Pachuca ot four Obregou leaders Colonel Cuthberto Ramirez, Captain .Marcelino Ramirez, Captain Kduardo Espa'raza and Major Vicente Esparza Paz. The daring yet truthful motion pic to Win" will be shown t 'THE BEGGAR PRINCE" GIVES HAYAKAWA CHANCE TO RULE A PEOPLE "The Beggar in us Hayakaw'a will be seen at the by Haworth with William .Worthtng- ton as director, 10 laid in a fanciful 'ar-otf land, where life reminds one of days long past. The thenie relates to the strange ac- cident which allows a poor fisherman, who loves his fellqiymen, to occupy the throne of a egotistical prince. While be Is holding this ex- alted position fisherman not only makes a kindly and just ruler for Iho people, but teaches the prince to look at his people in a much more loving anil favorable way. When he gees j back to his throne It Is with oneued eyes, and'a much more tolerant view-' point. Dancers Aid to Picture The setting for the story is a. fisher village dovrrt by the sea. above which Js Iho palace of the prince. Director and hia aids, bntH the village, and a lovely part ot the Paci- fic Coast formed the natural back- ground. One of !he striking scenes shows the throne room the prince. Interpretative dancers from Denl- the pupils ot ths famous Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn, aid in tha picture. Introducing a series of Orien- tal dauces. Celebrated Escape Artist' Performs Series of Baffling' Underwater Exploits. EMPRESS TODAY SO: 0 L LARGE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis Reiircscritiiig J. KOSHLANP CO. COOL AND CLEAN Special Attraction TODAY and TUESDAY A kGREAT SHOW; SEE 1, BOSTON Dominion Block .Lelhbridge, Alta. halr-raisliig stunts, declared to bo beyond belief-until seen wilh your own' eyes, feature "Terror the craft screen melodrama starring.Hou dini, which will at the Em- press Thcatrti loday and tomorrow. Tho exploits of the famous self-lib: tor before the camera are said to be even inore baffling than those whicl he demonstrated on the vauiJevik. stage. A veil developed, slory. has been Written around Hoiidinl's foaU-'-by. Arthur B. Iteeve and John W. Grey.' It presents Houdini tis the. Inventor of a secret submarine device '.wiih which ho hopes to Balvago.the cargoes of wrecked ships. However, through his meeting with a girUwhose father is held captive on a South St'i Island, Houdini Is forced to put his invention to work sooner th'an he anticipated. Clashes with tile native islanders, in which Houdini makes all sorts of un- believable escapes while under .water from safes nnd packing boxes, alight with a diver on tho ocean bottom, as wc.ll as several of magic (hat mystify the audience, as much aa thej; do; the South Sea natives on Ihe screen are only part of Iho program of thrills. .IJla is Ihe loading .the picture was directed by Jamca' Cnizo. Al Christies' big special screaming success, "His will also be seen on the. progranuno. Mr. Christ- ie like all lending producers, has kept up with the limes, which has led tha Chrlslle comedies lo the Bridal Is said to hs Mr. Chris .llq'a best and tho Empress pal-rons may' rest 'assured that notfiiilg will Ire missing. Other pictures will (op the i bill-'off, together wllh iho ventilating system, Its patrons will I fln.i it snd comforlablo S.v--.-'-- niialntcst, most fascinating romance', of adventure; love and the great Oriental Star has over portrayed. Added to tho vomlcr of this feature are t.he DENISHAWN vDANCERS In a series of fanl'asUc rtancca. Laugh with SNUB POLL'ARD In "RAISE. THE RENT" A CoraeJy Chuck.Pull of Chuckles Snicker over "A FAIR SAMPLED tlellcioLisIy funny Strand Comedy. Travel O'er tile World with tho PATHE REVIEW COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Popular dulls...35c r Chlldren...10o lie Hayakawa "The Beggar Prince" the spscral attraction at the Monday and Tiie.idayi (_____. Kcmodellcd and Refilled, Old Sfarlimtl AVill Again Bo Ihe Mecca of Movie Fans. _______ same as the word Phoentr j means n bird rising from Ihe'ashes, j so .has.tKs popular theatre risen from the'oid StarlaniMo-le' a place tbatl will become Ihe meeting spot lot the' theatre lovers of-Lcttibrldge. All of the past week n sniall.'army of work- men wore employed remodelling antl rr-fitlliiR the building until the whole iitmosphere of Iho theatre has boon changoilsto a place of charm nnd Macnccr Ken Blshou has let noth- Women of Letlridie-- AVVAKEr-LEARN AND SEE THE TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. We have at last been successful in securirig.trie necessary permission to show the startling motion picture m TODAY TOMORMW The Greatest Thrill "Adventure Story Brer Rilmnd "FIT TO to an audience composed of WOMEN'ONLY This Is the picture which deals with modern social evils and'the dangerous spread of venereal disease. It Is shown under the supervision'.of the DEPT. OF -HEALTH OF THIS PROVINCE. "FIT JO WIN" will be shown for, one performance uilly at the COLONIAL THEATRE WED. AFTERNOON THIS WEEK Commencing at Admftslon 50.Cents Girls Under Sixteen Not Admitted Unless Accompanied-by Mothers or Guardians, With Iho World's 'Greatest Hand- cuff King, and .'Strongest Cast Ever Grouped- Together. A. Big Special Two-Reel Screaming Success "His Bridal -'Night" A Scream, a Roar from Start to End. i Positively Beat: Sho-w'..In.' the: City.. 'Playing at- Popular Prices. The PHOENIX NEW MANAGEMENT If. J. BISHOP, EXTRl ilTRHC- TION! Coming Wednewlay Night and Thursday Matinee and Night Thomas H. Thriller "THE MIDNIGHT h greater picture "Check- We absolutely endorse "The Midnight Palfol" as ore of the season's sensations. Watch for It. TODAY (MON) CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE TOMJVIIX "SIX-SHOOTER ANDY" One of Canada's Famous Tenors. He will appear at the Opening i Performances at the Phoenix Theatre i on Monday and Tuesday Next. StX. IVT ANDY, .P.R.O D U C t ,ro x AND WILt CONTINUE TO RUN, FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR PATRONS "THE BLACK SECRET" 14th Episode (with Pearl White) J SNUB POLLARD IN "FIND THE COMEDY ;