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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH J, 1920 Ln'tronmoE DAILY UKRAI.D PAGE K'V'K- PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS A PRACTICAL YOUTH 165 H7 WINNIPEG, JUrch There wai no tie cath mir- keli Udtjr, with uoall vduBW of basujMt. strength of futares about killed the I b j Otta cfcw4 l-4e for JUjr and! July; eloted eachinfed for vltk clot- 1-to lower for Hay, with July 1 l-4c rye clowd Jc hlfkor for May. Quotation. Open. Close. May 87 July ._..'. 93% 93 Kay 155X July H7K Hay 517 July .May 182 -N'o. 2 C.W... 9S No. 3 C.W... Bilra No. 1 feed 93V4 N'o. 1 feed.. 93 No. 2 feed.. Track 97 No. 3 C.W.'..173 No. 4 C.W... MS Rejected ..'...L 136 Ko. 1 N. W. C. 536'A No. 2 No. 3 C.W... 476% Track 510% No.'2'C. W. 1S314 Winnipeg Llvertock WINNIPEG, March (Dominion Livestock Arrivals this mprniag showed a market! Improve- ment orer the last few days. 335 head of cattle, 1055 hogs ana 89 sheep he Ing unloaded. There a fairly active markel this morning and medium to gooi grades of butcher cattle wern the principal Hellers. Best load of but- cher steers were disposed of at A liberal supply of hogs found the market unsettled and bidding opened from 25u to oOc stronger over yester- day's close. Tomorrow the market 'will be closed all day to give the members Just told me that he's to leave you all his money when he dies, -v I wish you'd tell htm lhat nl give him 5 per cent dlscomv for spot McKAYE MORRIS GIVES AMAZING IMPERSONATION OF THETICURE OF CHRIST The of finding a mm proper aud spiritual and mental successfully toimper- the' fljtire of Christ was ono that confronted Ooldwyu in the pro- liuctloi) of "The Eternal plcturliitkm of Robert H. MeUuichKn's famous stage suc- cess, which comw tu the Colonial on Friday and Saturday this week. ..After interviewing nearly a hundred applicants, the Goldwyu executives finally selected McKaye Morris, whose work with the Porlmanlean was a conspicuous feature of 'MOWN [YET SAKSEMHSSlnll Interpolated with catchy music and Paramount Etar as the belle of daiicms. The second act nortriye a countrys do. Ncw rco! A rural birthday party al which elaborate set ns wltb the latest in -ps- boys ore much, more enthusiastic over Miss oven: than the and a good son s Powder Putt a whist-1 bcrn dance with, the Hug. singing, dancing tuna, written usual dcccmiom and lixln's with the especially for her by Sydney King. guests in their best and tuckers, "A Chiplln'. Fourth Million Dollar Production, At' Empreu Today. I. E. Armstrong, M. P., Resolu- tion Providing For Perm- anent Commission of the stockyards tin opportunity attending the Brandon fair.) Calgary Livestock CALGARY. March Two hundred and fifty-three cattle- were unloaded at the stockyards today. Heavy steers averaging 1500 pounds made Steers avenging about 1000 pounds, made with a file of same weight at to 511.00. Eighteen heavy cows averaging over 1000 made the balance making 'to common cows 1G.50' to ?7.50. Xo hogs were' sold, i 'Toronto Livestock TORONTO, March (Dominion Livestock Cattle receipts 892. trade barely steady. One extra good load of steers averaging 1.300 pounds sold at with eight head nveraging pounds at The Protest to Washington Against Admission of Hun Gas Expert productions last season. Mr. Morris has been identified witli a number of cuccesiful stage p rod no! Ions! The'scene in which the Christ ap- pears is but a one. though im- portant to the play. It is a scene In an ancient clly. Not many fuel of film were used In taking it. yet to make It complete and exact, a section of ai ancient city was built under the direction ot Huco I'alliu, Golihvyn's distinguished art director, with pillars, steps and arches, and large enough to hold a mob when the Christ appears before Hie Magdalencr and saves her from those who would .stone her..- 1'laygoers 'will recall Mr. Morris as tho Pafser-By In Stuart Walker's ex- quisite dream play, he was also King Argimenes In ''The Un- known Warrior" and "Tho Golden by Dunsany. Those who were present at the tak- ing of the scenes in whlclrtlie Christ appeared, say'that the actor's visuali- zation, of the figure was amazingly Impressive. -T the management of the Km- their j Press Theatre declares to bo the most OTTAWA, March a.-ytBy Canadian A resolution .which, If car- ried into effect by parliament, will in- slinile steps for the formation of a permanent commission to govern all ocean steamship traffic between ports In the United Kingdom and poris in Canada, is lo be- brought before the house in a few days by J.. E. 'Arm- strong, of- East Lambtori. The resolution follows: "That in the opinion of this house, the recommendations set forth In the final report of the royal -commission on the natural resources anil legisla- tion of certain ports of His .Majesty's dominions slid presented to both houses ,of parliament by command of His Majesty "in' March, in showing that it is not desirable that the oper- ations of the steamship companies carrying passengers and- freight be- tween the Dominion of Canada and (ho United Kingdom should. remain longer without some- measure .of -government supervision, should given effect, ami lhat this government should lake immediate s'ens to. assist the Imperial government In bringing' about govern- ment control of the ocean carriers do- Ing business (or from; time to time HA.nTFOUD, March 3 word.from the labor department in'. CALGARY MOTHER AND DAUGHTER COMMITTED CALGARY, March Pearcey here with comm.Uing two for itted foi 'com chargi in Ca I gary. The charge against tho husbiu; doing business) between ports In the United Kingdom aid por's In the Do- Washington iluil an investigation vrlll BurJ-fatber wasVithdrawn. lie. uiadeMnto Ibe slalus of Robert Beyer, a, Germ an chemist and Inven-1 tor who recently came to the United' States. The et-soltUers, recently sent, a protest to "Washington against Bey- er's admission. Appended to the peti- llon was a newspaper dispatch from Boston, in which Beyer quoted as saying, that he was the Inventor ,o( a poison gas used .toy Germany In the war and that he had come, to (he Unit- ed States to take a position with the International Harvester Company, -v Official denial that. Beyer cm ployed by the I. H. C. was made by the company's .president' at Chicago, announcement to that effect having been given to the Herald ago by F, E. Spoonsty local manager. RESIGNS HIS POST VICTORIA, B.C... Marcli 2.--M; H. Nelems, who has been a member of the British Columbia land settlement board since its inception and chair- more than a year, has resign minion of Canada :and that a 'No reason is given. bulk sold at to {12.50, choice cows at J10.50 to 511.50. Calf receipts 191. Market about steady with best aales o( calves at S22.50. Milch cows, choice ?125 lo springers. Choice to SHO. Sheep receipts 147. Lamb ani .sheep market is firm with choice lambs a.s high as 523.50. Ewes sold at flO.OO to 515.00. Hog receipts 527. Uarly hog sales were made at find the market probably will remain steady at this figure today. New York Stocks NEW YORK, March sales: C. P. R. 110; U. S. steel. 05; U. S. steel preferred, 110 7-S. all ACHING CORNS Feci Better After Using "ABSORBINE JR." Just try this ample treatment and tee how much easier your 'aching, twollen feet feel. Soak the: fret at night in hot watfix to which is added a few drops of "f: JRtHNEJR." In thd morning, rub light application of fol! ABSOKUINIi J R." over the corns, bunions and calluses. Do this every night, ami morning.for a ihort time and you wilf get permanent relief. Excellent for strains and tired muscjes, lameness, swellings, cuts, burns, bruises, stiff joints, neuralgia. t "ABSORBINE JR." is the family liniment that should be in every home safe and to use: 51.25 a bottle, at most druggists or sent postplirt by W. I7. YouMO. INC., Lyman Building, MontreaF. 21 In anticipation of the coming of Hydro, n number of residences and business places in Urussels are be- ing re-wired. CHILD'S LAXATIVE Look >t Tongue! Remove From Stomach, Liver jnd Bowtls. Accept "California" Syrup ot Fig for the name California on the package, Ihen you aro sure you child is 'having the besl mid moa harmless laxalivo or rihysie for ItiL little ilomick, llrcr and fcwels. Child It.i delicious fruity taste. Fill dlrectioni for child's dose on each bot- tle. Give It without fear.- Mother! Yon My "California." vhlch shall he- invested with lowers relative, lo transporiation op lie high peas; such'powers, as far as possible, to bo similar or analogous r u those which have been conferred n Canada and in other dominions; permanent commissioners charg- ed with the supervision "nd control >f railway and steamship rates and heir methods aiid conditions of oner- aliou." SASKATCHEWAN SHEEP WIN BRANDON, March Leech of Daring, Sask', won the grand championship hi the fthccp classes nt the Manitoba W.lnter Fair, securing first prize In all but One 'event In which lie showed. NEW EVENING DKESS A now. design worn at .the Pan Masque, I-ondon, by 3Ir., ryuckhoff, a young government offlcinl (rorn Pro- 1orio. Tho Inlrmliicllcn of white piping ftml hufinnn iiio 'inonatonous black of coavcnllonal wear. COLONIAL TONIGHT and THURS. METRO PICTURES CORPORATION PRESENTS the exquisite star Emmy Wehlen T- 'Tools and their Money" ALSO "OH LADY, Special Comedy Feature _______I________ i LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE ORCHESTRA AN APOLOGY OWING TO AN ERROR IN SHIPMENT "THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" (The Hlj, Human nranin of Conirasslon) which was advertised lo bo shown at the Colonial Theatre today and Thursday delayed., The Eternal Magdalehfe' WILL' POSITIVELY BE SHOWN ONLY AT THE. COLONIAL ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Nights THIS WEEK WITH'AN EXTRA MATINEE PERFORMANCE ON FRIDAY leasing Charles Chaplin production ver shuwit on I he local screen will e seen for (he first time today, when ho comedian's-latest million dollar roduclion, "A Day's Pleasure." Opens 's third clay engagement. Characterized by the fact that nussell. bli-ange to say. Ihera is an hoirst- to-goodness plot all tho way Ihrousb are outfitandlug features ot the pro- ductlon. The story concerns a village belle the musical numbers interwoven laro and ber country Bwes'hcart. which [s I' of the almost brought to disaster by a teal; the music Ibe whlstMug kind: the girls preity; in "Ixifs Go" was a wonderful Insplratloa. 'ROSE 0' THE RIVER" STARRING L1LA LEE A COLORFUL PICTURE ther Chaplin productions are con- cnlrated'ln this Day's Is said to enlfet audience Itenlion from the start, generate a :ood humor and then take Ihe audi- through (ho entire gamut of hu- man merriment. Also Wallace field and Ule In Hawthorne, the a'rol- icking love story of today. This j double program should draw capacity' houses and please everyone and good-looking young Bostonlan, who makes a dramatic play for the af- fections of the gill, -After taking n !vip to Boston, however, and seeing ilie young In his true of a glove clerk who Is un- der tlie domination of an older woman in tho store wbere bo Is she decides to go back to her good old-fashioned fiance. Their reunion is'S brought about by clever ruse on-'- morrow, is a utory which le'ils Itself jthe n-rt of liie girl's admirably to nlcturizalion because of1 Wlil'M. Ultchsy .write the scenario, r the co'orful nature of Iho settings and aril Hcberl Thornby rlirected tho pro- the locale. ductton. Among the supporling cest The story, which is based .on the are such well-known players aa Dar-.': norel of the same name by Kate rell Gtorss Fischer. puuglaa Wijgln, traneplrcs in a vii- Ilrowcr. Josephine Crowell, lage and presents the charming little Auburn and Jack 15rarami.ll. I.ila Lee's new Paramount picture, "Hose o1 the which will be shown at Slarland tonight sind to- "LET'S GO" "Let's a musical comedy, Ihe i iiu'ie and lyrics of which are by Jdgar Vinal.and the book adapted anil I staged'by Harry Sedley, will ho pro-! sented at the Majestic Saturday, March 6, jwlth company and chorus 1 hat promises a splendid rollicking entertainment! The cast Is headed by Jerlrude Hutchesoii, a former Henry W. Savage atar. also a late soprano of the nostqn Grand Opera company, who will-be supported by a company o( sixty or more clever players In- cluding Elizabeth For, Harry Clark fJailie Randolph, W. T. Chattcrtdn' William H. Malono, Clifton'Lyon's. Bell Evans, H. D. Ormonde, G. li. McWH- liams. ami a couple score of pretty girls. The production will bo In two acls staged most lavishly: The ac- tion ot the play takes place in a Now York apartment hotel, thn Ilrst act a living-room ot the Canby's where many amusing situations take place Under the Auspices ofihe G.W.V.A, THE CHOIR OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE' PRESENT QUEENESTHER A CANTATA (N FIVE ACTS Majestic Theatre, Tomorrow, Thurs. AT 8.15 P.M. Reserved Seat Sale opens at Armstrong and Raworth's Jewelry Store on Tuesday, March 2nd. Reserved Seatsl 75c General Admission, 50c THEATRE TOMORROW YOUR LAST CHANCE Mine-Saturday March 6 MATINEE AND NIGHT ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE WITH TWO SCORE DAINTY, DASH INC, .DANCING DAMSELS PRESENTS Captivating-Operatic Sta? GlIRTRIJDIi HJJTOHKSON Merry. Musical Revisw With a Plot SIX MONTH3-N.Y. WITH METROPOLITAN CftST OODLtS Or Advance Sale Armstrong and Raworth's Jswelery Store, Thursday. March 4ih. Hail Orders sccepttd until March 4th. No Reservations held after BfX) p.m. Saturday, March 6th. No Telephone Orders Until Friday .Morning, March Nighi and 50c Special Saturday Matinee and Oflc f RICES: Guaranteed the biggest scream !o date. It's funny. WALLIE REID, AND LILA LEE "HAWTHORNE, THE ADVENTURER" --------ErnpHett Orchestra--------- That's Different COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Adorable Star of "Mickey" MABLE NORMAND -JN-. "WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE" It's n OnMwyn, ROSExO'Ti I lie .TV.IB overylhitiB Ibnl a slick "clly feller" should he. She wag us as any sulking, lurking villain could nsk. Hut what she did to (he Don't ask questions! Just come lo sec. You'll he glad you did! Today? Owing lo non-arrival of "THE FINAL CLOSE-UP" we have been obliged to substitute this picture, but nssuro our that they will get full value for their money. Wo have no hesitation in recom- mending this program. SEE THE "FOX NEWS" AND "PATHE WEEKLY.1' ALSO PLAYRIQHT'S tvyc-rssi Ksyrtene wrrwJy. ;