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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAKCH I, UH.M UEUibHIIMJK UAH A' UKRAU) PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS March The local niarkot for coarse 'grains coiiUuues very diill ami featureless, t'ush bar- ley, flax ancl spreads reported as i i Oats closed %c higher fur May willi July %a tetter; barley closed up for >Miiy, July %c higher; flax closed up for bold jiiwi'.hs. Rye closed "5ic higher. Quotations; O.ils May..... July..... May..... May..... May Open 97 are powerless, for Uradshaw's word Is lav. iliat promUcs a splendid rollicking en- tertainment. The. vast is headed by liertrudp llutcliesou, who well known both a singer and dancer, wild will bo supported by a 01 suly or more clover players, incluil- Ktizabeih Fox, Harry Clark, ilaille of (he 'ho plot calls tor a num bcr of bathing girls. .Not satisfied wllh ibe glrlJ who applied for position in Xovv York. Mr. Sheesley speiu u week wandering about tUb beat-lies uf t'onuy Island. Ixrag Branch Sind Asbury Park. Thero Ahd (her or anyone else outside Hie Bradshaw family never learn why'Eil- euro and then ln-g.iu his "gay dog' existence. John noted farceur. who played In such rib-ticklers as "Twin "Pair and 'Tarlor Bedroom and and "Up in Mabel's Room" is 'The Old Dog." Mrs. Sidney .Drew's sceuario is llaudolpli. w. T. 'chatterlon. William ?f a connols II. .Miilouo. Clifton l.vons, Dell Kvans seur of leauty, he deddec' I lo take a look at Atlantic Cily j was that sun-kissed bcacb ho picked tho beautiful rosebuds lliat surround Miss lluichesou. H lakes two carloads of scenery, wonderful lighting effects and an augmented or- cheatra to make up the story ot tlsv play. It. MeWillianis, Myrtle Moivatt and ;i .-oore of pretty girls, There is jusi tnougli ot a plot to ,he ii-.ierest up to a high jjllcli, but not sufficient to interfere Kith thu program of cauhy songs aud dances, including the latest of HiK perfect and llobart Hciilcv. as pro- sco Billy In action. Alt be- j lias covered himself with glory. "Tlio Gay Old Dug" will cr.uso tiio merciless and uiu-liaritalilo Uradshaw learns the great lesson of lesson ot charity, ot kindness uud of a dream, in which he Is escorted through Iho vale of tears by ihe Kiernal Magdalene, wliii 'points out that it is men of his ilk that are responsible for existing conditions. He sees ills daughter, his son and his wife undergoing tlio same cruel punishment that he would mete out to unfortunates in Lis mania for reform. He awakes, of course, to find the Magdalene gone, but her visitation other letters but was not prepared lo say whether they would be brought down. K. I.apolnlo.iof Kast Quebec, asked if ihc imperial1 conference would, bo held this year in Ottawa. Tho acting prime minister Kald there was as yet ilefluilo Information whether the imperial conference would has left Its imprint, take place this year 01-not. Nothing had been decided as to the linie or place Irat Ciniada would placo no obstacle in the way of Ottawa be- ing chosen. Continuing (he debate on iho ad-i dress, Dr. II. I'. Whldden. of Brandon, defended the administration. With regard to tho charges that the govern- ment was divided, Dr. Whiddcn ex- pressed the opinion that it was poss- ibly to have variety In points of view and unity on the greal central ideas. Heferring lo the opposition amend- ment, Iho jKjieaker. remarked that it caused him suipviJe. Gentlemen from the opposition .side bad come to tlic government before the session saying that if any members on tho Liberal side started talking about an appeal to the electors, it should not be rc- be'en Karded seriously. "They said to take no stock In ft, that it was all said-Dr. Wilds den. Therefore, it was surprising to an amendment introduced by the eader of the opposition requesting a general election. j Whidden .Surprised i Dr. Whldilen said bo was surprised! be presented Friday aud Saturday al the Starlaud theatre. "LET'S GO" a musical revue, the. music oJ which is by Vlnal and j the hook adapted and staged by Harry i Sedly, will bo presented at the Jesllo theatre on Saturday, matinee and night, with a company and chorus In addition to this there yitt be a number of entertaining and dashing specialties Introduced. Tho costuming will le the most striking and the singe feats of tho most sen- Mr. John Klieesley is the Vioiludng manager of "I.oi's Go." which will shortly have a metropoli- tan presentation. In. the big 'scene HOBART HENLEY PRODUCES EDNA.FERBER'S "THE OLD DOG" When Hobart Henloy read Edna Ker- ber's beautiful, short story "The Gay Old bo said, "There's a story 1'iiy going fo put on the screen sotut be did. "Tho Cay Old with all its charm of pathos aud deft human has.bceu put on tho silver- sheet exactly asaMiss Berber wroto continued. Mr. Gauvrieau asked if it was a fact that Hon.. Albert Sevigny was to be appointed librarian of par- liament to succeed .Mr. Decalles. Sir George Foster replied that no of- ficial action had been taken in- the matterv Hon. Charles Slurphy asked If the OTTAWA, iMarch Canadian much interest Is being in the forthcoming caucus of tlto Unionist supporters in the commoiH. It was Inliinated lltis morning that any sitcli gathering will not lako place before Tuesday morning at Oio earli- est. Tncf'n it Is expected (bat some sort Of message from Sir Bor- he given lo the members liy Iton.'X D.' Held ns tlic result ot tho hitter's meeting'With-the prime min- ister in New York. ALLIES TO ALLOW GERMANY TO FLOAT INTERNATIONAL LOAN LONDON, March Evening Standard says loday. that (ho allies suprento council haij OfTcI'led lo allow Germany lo launch an international loan because It Is recognized thafGcr- many.rjlnod would mean n weak and dangerous spot In Hurope. loan, jhe newspaper says, would Uko preccdenVo i nver nny indemnity tiaymenls acrmany Is called upon lo make. CALGARY KKPT ITS Mir-w SUITLY LAST' BY RAISE OAIXUIIY, Marclt lie foro Major'Duncan Stuart, sub-corn mlssloncr of Ihn hoard of commerce, loilny, lligglnbotham, secretary of tho Milk Producers' Association and of tho United Farmer.i o( Albcrla. hinted that If Iho dlstrlhutorB liad not grantc'd llio' producers' demand for H30 a owl. last Novemter, it might havo developed that Calgary's milk supply would havo beea cut off., i Mr. lUgginbolham Wjis pressed foi details but declined to give them, plaining that the producers were not crossing bridges until they .came to Item. Tliey fearer! (hot Ilicy were he out ot Ihnir'pro- fits nml wanted iivotcclfon. Their do- maud was granted.. Niagara Folia ratepayers will voln on a by-law lo Kuarnnlpc Iho bonds of !i oonipiiny wlilrti will build faclory lonoiiitMit fo prov tooui for now linliisirivr Promises To Make Discussion On Speech From Throne Interesting OTTAWA, March Canadian like Ihc proverbial wolf at the chtckcnhouso, 0, W. D.K.O., member for Cintor who is inokn-f us one of the leaders of soldiers representatives in the commons, is In- tending to make at least one point in Iho dcbalc ou the speech from Ihrone interesting to returned men. "Tho re-establishment question was ilylighMy referred to in the speech and'cannot he; allowed to pass with- out more thought being given to It. I certainly shall have something to say rm this nnporlaiit riucstlon." Major An- ilrews told the Canadian 1'ress today. Me will outline what he believes should on re-eslnhllshment hy thc government, and following this statement In the house, will go to Mon- treal for the Great War Volerans' As- sociation, convention on March 22. "MANITOBA'S CATTLE CAN COMPETE WITH ANY IN WORLD" at opposition criticism of tho govern-] nfent for taking an Interest in foreign affairs. It must be realized tlifU Can-> ada had embarked on world affairs anil' that she couhl no longer remain at home. Isolated on the northern half of. the North continent, lie! declared that the work of rtconslruc-j tionj was going on quietly in Canada although Ibe cabinet had not been adv'erllsing what they were doing. They would ho found to have acted properly as stewards. Referring to the forthcoming fran- chise act, Dr. midden did not think! sny member of parliament from the western pwvinces was honestly in fav- or of an immediate eleclion.. Hegard- less of what party they might- repre- sent, he thought they would wish to wait until Jhiolher caucus -had been completed and then the west.conld bo given her proper representation. It should be made clear. Dr. as-i serled, that only (hose who had lived up to the national spirit during tho trying clays of the war were worthy of ..consideration In framing this fran- chise act. It was not a matter of mere reslilenco in tho Dominion, nor was It one of caucus. A man who was entitled to fran- chise must measure up to the stand- ards of a Canadian. CONCERT SACRED MAJESTIC THEATRE Sunday At GOOD TALENT EMMY WEHLEN The Captivating Star, in "FOOLS AND THEIR MONEY" A Delightful Society Drama "OH LADY, Coined y SCREEN MAGAZINE FRIDAY SATURDAY HERE FOR SURE "The Eternal Magdalene" The "Big" Picture of Year MIDNIGHT MAN" will uiso be shown on Friday and Saturday. Special Kiddies' "Picnic Mlt- inee" Show. HTiAN'JXJ.V. Ainu.., Mnrch niler T. c. .Vorris, members of Iho Manitoba Jcgislaturc and the Winnipeg Livestock Kxchango were guests of tho Manitoba Winter ?loard today. premier N'orrls In addressing thn gallicrlng said IlinS inartc so much progress In tlio livestock iiit dustry as Unlio-nblo to-compele with ,tho best producing beet centers in the. world, and Manitoba can raise stock OIT 'grains ami native grasses tbat can compete with any In the world. J'rcinicr iVorris will act ns nurllon- ntr at a sale of fat cnttlo (o he held today. The judging of car lots of fat steers concluded tills morning. Ibe first prize of. J150 going lo J. K. Tumor, of STEWART ADRIAN IS. RIGHT WORSHIPFUL -'GRAND MASTER MOOSE JAW, Sask., March tKe Grand Slack Chapter of the Grind Black Knights In British America elected Stewart Adrian, worshipful grand master. Two hundret) and fifty delegates have attended the Grartd EMPRESS LAST SHOWING TODAY Charlie Chaulln as :t ilevolcd hus- band and (he father of tr.vins is pin- in bis latest comedy entitled'. "A Day's I'lcastire." wliicli will bo seen at tho Empress Theatre lonlglil. This is fourth million dol- lar pictiirc mado miller his contrnp't Rrst National Kxhibilon1- Clr- ndvance Knowings in K.-islcrn bavc brought forth liic great- est tributes from critics of any Chap- lin oomody ever ptoducart, Tlio management of Mnipress today Ibat the fun- niest incide.nl over ipliqipgrapluid oc- cured-iit: (lib very start of Day's1 "I- doh'l sco much pleasure in (his picture for says Manager Hanson. "lint it ccrlninly wilj be a dcHghl for (he- audicncf." Added nUraclion: Walllc Hcid and in ''Ilawlhorne, the Advent, Hero Normnnd )n "When Doclor.i Disagree." This is Mabel's best 'since All children- under 12 years of HKO accom- panied by or more adults will lie admitted free Saturday nmlltice. "THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" SHOWS REFORMER THE LIGHT And the Staid Old Town of.Edinbura it Denied a Slsht of Revivalist .n Fiery All minburg) Ihc scene'of big hap- penings In "The Kternnl Gold drama of com- passion, yihlch comes to (he Colonial on Friday and Saturday tills week, Is up In nrms nl tbo new.s thai Ulllj- Wiiinsil.is'. the noted revivalist, 'has FcrntchpJ (he staid old IDWII Ills visiting lisl. For weeks tho K.dlnhurg Clarion has ilcvofoil half ctlis-front tragc to how (lie .wiry ritiil fl.f'X has this lowh nml llial, and In olhcr Under the Auspices of the G W, V.A- THE CHOIR OF THE OF NORTH 1 LETHBRIDGE V PRESENT QUEEN ESTHER A CANTATA IN FIVE ACTS TONIGHT, THURSDA Y AT MS P.M. Seat Sale open< Armitrona and Raworlh't Jewelry on Tuesday, March 2nd. Reserved 75c General Admission, 50c THEATRE LAST TIME TONIGHT the :-ereaiii ii funny. FRIDAY SATURDAY WALLIE REID, AND LILA LEE "HAWTHORNE, THE ADVENTURER" Music -That's Different COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Adorable SUlr of .Mickey" .MABLE NORMAND "WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE" u Goldv.-yn. JOHN CUMBERLAND AHchildren tinder years o' ape accompanied by two or more ariufts.will be admitted PREE to Saturo'ny matinee. "THE GAY OLD DOG MAJESTIC THEATRE John M. Sheesley, You SATURDAY MARCH THE CAPTIVATING OPERATIC STAR GERTRUDE HUTCHESON (Herself) Late star "Merry "The Chocolate Boston Grand Opera. (Miss will poiilively appear at each performance in Lclhbrldje.) The Musical Comedy Sensation of the Season nnw WITH THE FULL, ORIGINAL, METROPOLITAN CAST IN SUPPORT AND }-A Galaxy of Glorious, Gorgeous, Graceful BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES AND EFFECTS SIX MONTHS LONGACRE THEATRE, NEW YORK ADVANCE SALE OF SEATS AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S JEWELRY STORE v PRICES: Saturday Niflht J1.00, 50c. Bargain Matinee Saturday and 50c POSITIVELY NO RESERVATIONS HELD AFTER Sl'W P.M., SATURDAY, MARCH 6th. ;