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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SATURDAY, MARCH C, THE LLIHiMDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE FWK PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, March gains were made on the coane train list today. Trading was not particular- ly kctivo aud tho volume of bmf.neas was small. The cash grim market was very dull and only a limited amount o' business Irauaaoled. Offerings were eitreiiiely email. Oats ipreads werti unchanged, with barley unchanged to 2': lower. Oats closed ftc higher for May and up tor .July. Barley 2Vic higher lor, May and July. Max higher fcir May and 2c. up for J.uly, and rye 4 Vic liiglier for May. Open May...... S614 July July Jlay 'Julyt.'.. Cloae May 2 O.W. Caah 97 3 C.W. Kitra 1 Feed i reed 93% 3 ,3 C.ttV 1 N.W.C. 1S9J4 S UPMUCHUHILE British ew 1 C.W. Track 2 c.w. 475% V Canadian Money YORK, March Tho dis- rate 'on Canadian money was LONDOK, March In Ihe Meiopotainlan oil par- ticularly near Kerknke and Motttl have been engaged in constant sklr mUhes with tribesmen.and Turkish Ir- regulars, the oppotition ol these forces being-similar to that .encountered by the French at'AIntab, Marash and other points in Cllicla. Recognltlori-'of tW Armenian repub- lic, without defining ltt boundaries, is said to have undoubtedly embittered the In Cilicia, as the Armenians there claim that Adana and all CiHcla must be incorporated in the new re- public as they belonged to ancient Ar- menia. It is said that French forces of occupation havo' enllsled niany Ar- menians, thus fanning the ancient rac- ial and religions hatred between' Armenians and Turks and linking It I wilh Ihe actual-Elate ot war existing between Turkish and French units. It I also-affords a screen for massacres In the .vicinity of Marash. It is declared. Protests by allied rep- resentatives that con- quered and must accept the conseqnen- ces of war hare little effect on Turks, who insist (bey entered the war against their will and. dismiss the matter as if the disposition or were not connected In point of numbers n? performers of scenic equipment will be the 'Hip' i vaudeville bill which will be presented, at the Colonial tbeaire uu Muutiay and Tuesday. Jieadllne honors will go to Reynolds aid Geraldlne, who. assisted by Jos. Schilling, will offer Jhe latest tersl- choreau creation 'Ballet and Character Dances.' This Is without question the teuon'e most elaborate act, aud will a big surprise to Monday aud Tues- day's patrous at the Colonial, for tho act Is direct from Ihe principal "big- time" circuits. No finer dancing act will be seen anywhere than that offer- ed by Reynolds. Gcraldino t Co. 1 "Southern Excitement" is tho tltlo! Jack aud DeLyle give their comedy act. It Is a vehicle that serves these two clever black face comedian's very well, and incidentally) serves their audience with ff" roarious laugblei s Is a posltlre ying. Tho oV gives widow wlni without eveu try very (act that che Is a Ajdi, the advantage eiery time over the poor spinsters, although tao splu- tter may be more attractive, prettier and more deairable In every way. In Jllcb, colorful acenlc and electriol effects add to the enjoyment of thf play. Au added feature ot the attrac- tion IB the native "hula hula" dances which are by Princess hu- ana. Much of the charm of the famous j Is a widow a! "Bird of Paradise" is revived iu "Tho curiosity, wl Paradise of the Pacific." and it should an Impress..- ___________...... prove to lie a popular attraction at the makes appearance, and then, with- Cotoulal theatre neit Wednesday and' Thursday. the ttrst place, the statement that she always arouses Interest and who has the way paved for Impresairo entrance before she THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONICHT AT One of the most powerfully diuraa- lie photodramas Use art has ever pro- duced 1. presen- flfteen minutes of uu-