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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 1, 1020 THE LF.THBIWJGE fr.MLY IIEUA1.D PAGE FIVE- PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS ivl UiMtat> WINNIPEG, Mtrch The cash sraln markets wore dull and feature- less loday, the offerings and demand 1 toeing light. All spreads reported uu- c-har.sed froai Saturday. future markets wore active with prices ruling generally higher Oats closed higher (or May. July Ic better. Darley closed up for May. and July Ic blgriier. Flas euurd and July 7c higher, respectively; higher. Quotations May July Open. L'lose. 152 144 Vi 510 4SD 17C (53 uc Way July May July May Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 C.W... 96% No. S C.W... S2-S No. 1 Feed.. Track No. 3 C.W... 171 Xo 4 C.W... 145 itisjecled.....l33 Track 152 No. 1 iNAV.C No. 2 C.W.. .505% No. 3 C.W.. .473% Track 5135s No, 2 C.W ITo'-j Calgary Livestock CALOAHY, March (Dominion Livestock There was a verj small market today nt the stockyanlo, only 16 calves and 33-cntilo being un- loaded. Good bulcher steers, heavy cows, IS.75 io common butcher cows, }7.50 to JS.50; lisl't veal calves averaging 150 to IvO pounds, JiO.OO to flO.OO. No liogs on sale. Winnipeg Livestock March Dominion Livestock Receipts into tho yards over the week-end were very light and conslsle'd only of 93 head of caltlo and 232 hogs. The market this morning was very quiet anil little trad- ing' was in progress, a few goiyj qual- ity butcher cattle sellinK at stcjids prices, but other classes and grades I not enough tho real of the company' predate th6 fact that the plays must P "g are ntroduced by who Is I has been selected eiclusivety from be worthy aud appeal to tho aneal of a deter muslcian-hls work on the thevlolln bearing out the statement. Tares Dliio Kiss, who by the and the Soyal' Family. One of my danclnf, and musical offoriui la most cherished possessions Is a letter brlmtul of and splcu. Some fine from her secretary eipresslng her musical selections are offered by tho pleasure at the performance and _ thanks to tho company. nromluent screeu players. Theodore emotlous. Iu "The Luck of Roberts ulays the role of a United Nary" during our London run we. States Senator and Harrison Ford, gave a suectal ruallnee which waa at- way are Grove, Morrow, and who has been leading man for Mar- lended by Her Majesly Q_ueen Mary will an singing, guerito Clark and other feminine Is Wallace Held's partner In adven- ture. Such Bterliug character actors as Tully Marshall, Edwin .Stevens, Charles Ogle aud Guy Oliver also ap- pear. The picture vras adapted from James B. Pagan's well known stage play of the same name, in 'Mulch Douglas Fairbanks once starred iu the legitimate. It con.cerns the experienc- es of a pair of improvident American law clerks touring Europe in a "Jit- ney" when they break the bank at Monte Carlo aud invade an obscure little revolution-torn kingdom. SPECIAL SCREENING OF "THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" Local Endorsations Are Will Be Shown Publicly "at Colon- iat Wednesday and Thursday J This Week. added to the photoplays by the latest I la fine style. VARIETY IS KEYNOTE OF NEW "KIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT THE COLONIAL TODAY Brimful ot variety and novelty, the trio oa cornets, trombones, and French Horns. They have a versatile act, and should please greatly. One ot the most artistic acts of the entire aeason will be offered by Mar- inn Hpniiclalrft and roRinany, ivllh Jose Robl.'on at the piano. Ueauclairc will give her Interpretation of Car- special four act "Hip" vaudeville show lhe which will be offered at the popular achieved International fame. Tho Colonial Theatre, today and Tuesday gowns and costumes worn by Mdmc Ehouttl prove very pleasing to Colonial patrons. Sankus and a pair of ex- Heauclaire are elaborate. 'She la abl> assisted by Jose Roblson, a concei pianist of note. Iraordlnary acrobats will open the- A splendid photoplay bill will be show with their sensational novelty "Tered in conjunction vrlth ths vau4e TKov a At the Colonial on Wednesday and Thursday This Week. The modern moitility play "Tho Eternal Magdalene" was given a spec- ial screening at the Colonial Theatre this morning before an audience com- posed of a number ot local ladles and gentlemen, the greater majority of whom were enthusiastic In their praise of the films and the story aud lesson which is very cvUent iu them. [The piav deals with a vital topic and ROYALTIES WOULD i phase of the social question. It is tm- KILL THE FUR TRADE a-play which every mother WINNIPEG, March Claiming alm daughter should be given an op- that collection of royalties would "kill 'IlortUnity to witness, the fur representatives of the have been, In stage his- Manitoba Fur Dealers' association (orj._ Wg pictures, there has have protested to the legislature ,levcr bem onc lhat, "The gainst the amendments to the Game, Etenla, jiaftfilone" iu novelty and 'rotection act imposing a royalty on that It wan Im- furs taken In Manitoba mid to a pro-: to on the slage when vision requiring all imported skins to (his was onc 0, ,hc be .accompanies by amdavils as to places of origin. Tho fur men jiiain- Uln lhat as Saskatchewan anil Al- berta have no such iaws, the fur trade will centre in future In I'rlnce Albert or Edmonton If the legislation is enacted. acrcbatic act. They go through a roullno of unusual feats and brighten their work up with plenty of comedy. Dave Johnson, "tho boy with tho talking feet" will present the fr.stesl dancing "single" act seen hero this season. All manners ot unique step- Alow and weak. Hog market steady, selects, fed and watered, weighing up to JIS.75. KlnrHoms have been overthrown for fcr htr sake some of the earth's greatest rulers have lied Into ex- ile. She is "THE ETER- NAl; She will be .at the Co- lonial Theatre Wednes- day and Thursday. the feature attraction being Colored Review, and comedy '.hrllltoE drama of Intrigue and orien- galore will be furnished in the rollick' al romance "For a Woman's Honor" n which H. B. Waruer is starred. A delightful touch of nature v.111 be Ing comedy "Good Sight Judge." The Colonial Sulm Orchestra of sis. soloists will round out the show COLONIAL Tonight arid Two and 9JX) Matinee Daily at 2.30 4 Acts 4 Acts ALL COMEDY SHOW GROVE, MORROW and GROVE "The Three Dili? Kids" BRYANT WASHBURN HAS GREAT ROLE IN "SOMETHING TO OO" The role of Jack Merrill, a wealthy young clubman vdth timo heavy on his hands, who seeks adventure ami In Xew York, Chicago and Hoston, anil later In lhe principal cities ot the country, have been achieved by I the One of the points that Goldwyn em- phasizes with regard to its plciuma-l tion of "The Eternal Magdalene" Is that the story is a modern one, with; srenes laid in a modern American and that It deals with the vital present day fiocial problems of any 1 typical community In the country. It Is not a Biblical or religious picture and it possesses the, challenge of a finds it. turning it to good account, is b, loaem thcmi, ttat Js on th9 one which afforded Bryant minions. GRAIN STOCKS VVIXN'IPEG, 3Iurch follow- ing statement of stocks In store In public terminal elevators at Fort Wil- liam and Port Arthur, on February 27, with receipts and shipments (lur- ing the past week, was issued by the board of grain commissioners on Sat- urday: Wheat in store, bushels; receipts, vail 551. Oats in store, receipts, rail shipments, Barley in store, receipts, SS.5DS; rail shipments, 87.920. Flax In store, receipts, rail shipments, Ilye In store, '-I33.CIS2; receipts, rail shipments, 3SO. a keen sense of enjoyment during the filming of "Something To which will be shown at Slarland to- night and tomorrow. Mft Washburn displays assort of polite (ir.d clever comedy that Is char-: aclcristic of him alone, and his role in ttiis affords him escel- And as to like one'a work Is lo do it well, the result is a picture which will a "knockout" for Uryant Wash- juni. As Jack Merrill, he seeks adventure and finds it in the form of an out- rageous swindle which'is being per- petrated against a charming young heiress and her father by an unscrupu- lous aunt.- who by false methods has hail the father incarceraled in rm in- Colonial theatre audiences will feel while seeing "Tho Eternal Mag- dalene" that It Is a story of their city at the moment; that it deals with af- fairs of Immediate concern to tho spec- just outside the walls of the theatre In which they are sitting have just lived In their minds and eyes through the nte-Muni of the screen. It Is 10 he wondered whether "The Eternal Magdalene'1 is not really the first time that a hold screen produc- ing intelligence has ever deliberately set out to create a drama of pily. "The Eternal Magdalene" will be shown publicly at the Colonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday ot this sane asylum, bribing the keeper to week to adult audiences only. Chil- hold him there. Ttie keeper gives her a receipt for the bribe. The girl over- dreu under sixleen years of age will not ba admitted. A special daily mat- hears the transaction and from then inee for ladles will be given each day on there is a wild scramble for the j al 2.30, and evening performances will receipt by iho girl, her father, who j commence al 7 and 9 p.m. from the asylum, and Jack escapes .Merrill. Jack finally obtains Iho document, which releases lhe father and convicls the miscreants o! their crime. }Iarch Cana- dian on Satur- day by a represeutalive ot the Jlonl- real Gazette, In connection with the effort being made to check the flood of'IHe liquidation of Canadian stocks, Hir Henry Drayton, Canadian minis- ter of finance, said that lhe Canadian slockp, owing to the fall in the value of tho pound sterling, were now being dumped on ilie Canadian market and jcpresetitetl to a large extent the working capital of Iho Dominion. After extended conferences with bond dealers, slock brokers and hankers, lhe minister staled that it hail been determined that the sale of slock held overseas oa the Canadian market must be discouraged and ns far as possible stopped, and effective steps had taken with this cnil In view in the di- rection' of the financial channels through which such Iraiisacllons lake place. 'LET'S GO" AT MAJESTIC ON SATURDAY NEXT MATINEE AND NIC When "Let's John M. Shees- ley's musical comedy production, open- TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BRYANT WASHBURN t( SOMETHING "TO DQ" ALSO HAROLD'LLOYD "THE BIG IDEA" A Comedy Scream, and "THE GREAT GAMBLE" ALWAYS THE VERY BEST OT PICTURES AT SAHKUS AND SYLVERS Novelty Acrobatics DAVE JOHNSTON "The Chap With the Talking I i'eel." Extra Special Added Attraction MARION BEAUCLAIRE AND- COMPANY The Famous Belgian Dramatic Operatic Soprano, with Jose Ftobison al the piano, in an elaborate repertoire. Special Feature Attraction L H.B. Warner, the emiiieni Broad, way star In his most powerful dramatic success "FOR A WOMAN'S "GOOD NIGHT JUDGE" LATEST PATHS REVIEW This New Hip Show IB one of the 13l3ge3t and Best ot tho Season. Don't miss it. Prices Adults 50; Children 2Sc Three Complet; shows Daily 2.30, 7.00 and 9.00 _ COMING NEXT WED. Tho Big Human Drama ot Co mil er ison "THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" Percy Hutchison the ur'.Ir.c-nt corn- edlan, and nephew of the lain cd at Philadelphia .on January 5, the .Charles Wyuilhain. who tonkin brings critics of all the Quaker City news- i lo the Majccdc Theatre the of lhe that riot critics of all tne ynaner uuy news-;