Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1920 THR LETTORIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Onto WlXMl'KO, Marco of I cash oats continue .lo be very small vn the local market with business at-' mosl at a'standE'.lll. The demand tor i ill grades was good with spreads !lc belter. .S'o. 3 barley 1C. whllo flax and rye 'spreads were unchanged. Oats closed higher for May, July higher. i Hurley '.4c lower for Jlay and "ic down for July, t 1'la.v'lOc higher fur 'May, anil "Vic] up for July.. Rye closed lower for May Quotation! MOILED USIM DECLARES Jury 1. Trials Cana- Open. 97 t'S Close. SM 93 !i ISJ'i 1S9 No. 3 C.W.. 8S U't Muy July Muy" July Hay ....i.- July .May Cash Prices iKu. 2 OS- Kxtra Ko. 1 feed.. 3 Hi No. Track No, a ICSVt No. 4 C.W.. Track ..loSVi Xo! 1 NAV.C 5SLV4 No. SC.W..; Xo. a C.W.. .46814 Track ____ No. C.W ,...1SS Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, March Receipts this morning 440 catlln and 360 hogs. Three wris only a fair demand this morning for any class or grade of cat- tlo anil quotations' were abdut'steady wllli those prevailing over the week- end. Good quality hntcher steers top- WOLVES GO TO STATION MEET INCOMING TRAINS cast are Pew Parr, Bulalie Jensen. Scott Jloore. Reginald. Barl'jv, aud Anders Randolf.'The picture was pro- duced by Cosmopolitan aud is being released by Paramount- Artcraft. a Kox Sunshine Comedy, "Choose Your will bc> shown. CLASSY HAWAIIAN COMPANY AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK WINXIPEO, March diau of "Red" cenlrol of Canadian Itbor zalionj occurred by Mirch 1, A. J-- Andrews, K.C.. counsel [or Ihe crown, contended today in con- tinuing his address to the jury at tha trial of the seven strike leaders. Mr. Andrews enowed that at the Calgary labor conference "Red" control dictat- ed the policy and led to the toruialionv of Ihe (hie Bur Union the com- mencement of the Dominion-wide pru- pacanda campaign. Revolutionary propaganda which was circulated throughout Canada was all Imported literature, Hi-. Andrews pointed out. Articles in Canadian labor lacked originality and were air copied from Indunlrial of the World. "Ked" Socialistic and radical publica- tions from the- United Stales, he said. At the afternoon session Mr. An- drews will continue to show, tlie events which' occurred between May 1C, at Ihe conclusion of the Calgary conference, and the calling of the general strike In Winnipeg. The morninc session was brought to n close an hoar ahead ot the regu- lar time when m juryman was taken suddenly ill. The Calgary Conference WINNIPEG, March Cana- dian Andrews continued Ills address to the jury following the opening of the morning session of the strike leaders' '.triiil by outlining tho at GUiitbu, a village'near parade, the streets in broad daylight, and usually come'to Ihe station meet incoming irnins. So says Christopher Posaelt. Possett, who U sta- tion agent in the village, and champion wolf-killer in the dls- trict, uinally flays two fz three In. the morning before break- fast, he told Magistrate ardson today when he came to the central police station for a permit to buy n revolver. jied at J12.50. Medium cows from. ?7.oO to The stocker and' feeder trade remains quiet.' The hog market was firm-and quotations on hogs, fed and watered, nmgcrt.from }19 to flD.25, the latter price will probably constitute the market. t Calgary Livestock CALGAHY, March Livestock and thirty-eight-, caltle, of which over eighty were' calves, came into tho yards on Sunday, none .being unload- ej, today. Very little beef was on 'Kale. Good butchqr steers good lintcher to 510; .common cows S7.SO to JS; stocker cows ?6.50 r' slockor steers. fO.BD to S3.75; butcher bulls to venl'calves, to ?10; canncrs KM to ?5. No hogs--pn sale. New York Stocks YOHK. March resolutions passed a't Inbor convention Man tie Calgary .rch 13-15, 1913. 1 IN LEAGUE FUSS Prof. Mun'ro of Columbia Say Canada Should Rights Conferred An unusual attraction at the Colon- al Theatre on" Wednesday ar.d Thurs- lay this week will be- Ihe presentation the musical comedy "The of, by Kulolla's Native an lever company .of .Houolilliilanu. Features of arc far the include souio score >f tuneful soae hlls, graceful dancing deluding famous "hula-hula" dan'ca by Princess Moana, and the in roducllou of a :Duaiber of Hawaiian Instrumental numbers. Au elaborate pursuit of him Is a motor car. They for gasoline euid while urt at a officers take tho car away from them. He aud go to a nearby jnu for the uight. anu at llie iun catehea fire and they escape vfllh their lives. Then Vail and TJeslree and the Bridegroom lakes a job In tho.garage to pay for tbe gasoline. They like the life so well Dial Ilidy live on in I he little village quite fot twu years with no money ex- cept what Vau Dorn earns. Then Wil- kins unexpectedly appears andi offers to return lus forty millions of mnney. setting greatly adds to the at tracllvencss' of the presentation. Jack and De.Ly'e. two clever corned-1 suflicient Inducement to theatre jo- ians In their presentation of ers to attend tor Sessue Hayakawl the tltitumcul" have a vehicle notable screen star, will tie seen in his which gives them ample scope lu latest dramatic success "The but they take would you have done? What GREAT VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL TODAY AND TUES One of. the most atlraclive "Slip' vaudeville bills of the current season will be offered at the Colonial Theatre today and tomorrow, there being four acts to the bill, each act being recog- which to display their comedy talents. They appear in the usual "black-face" characters, and from (he first moment Irious one of the best dram- atic attractions of tbe year. Patbe Hevlew and a good conitdy. pf (heir appearance they hand out the with tho Colonial Orchestra offering a laughs thick and fast. I fine orchestral program, will coniplele Marcello Marion, wllb her bill. songs and sayings, will fill the "single" position on Ihe bill In her characteris- The Colonial management state thai Ihis is one of the season's best bills, and urge their patrons to attend early COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT COLONIAL ON FRIDAY NIGHT tic style. She lias a remarkably clever ic-night. act. In which, in addition to thorough-1 iy entertaining her audience, she seem- ingly has a gooa lime herself. She will win favor on the current bill. _____ The Ardeli Brothers, America's j Another of tbe popular Country Pxmler Athletes, will be seen in their yodvil Xites will-be staged at- daredevil gymnastic performance. Theatre nest Friday These two athletic young chaps are uight.-when scores of valuable prlws both veterans of the great war. and wUl glveu away [ree special will prove an attractive" item on the be given Srsl. the total value of which alone will amount lo f The photoplays lonighijire alone a twenty-five ulzed a stellar act. Reynolds: and Geraldine. assisted by will mark-the first Canadian i joseph Schilling, will offer an artlsllc appearance of Kulolla's Hawaiian's. In revue, which Is elaborately cos- their tour of the United Slates they snd staged. They have one of have been eBthustastically received ijne finest dancing acts lu vaudeville everywhere. There will no restrved seats dur- ing the performances'at Colonial this week, as the management have en- deavored to set tbe price of admission within reach of all. and will doubtless score a big lilt to- night.' Pure unadulterated fun is offered uy WALLACE REID HAS A SPLENDID ROLE IN "TOO MANY MILLIONS" Tlie first resolution that he mentioned, which was adopted, expressed approv- al of the soviet form of government as beinB more efficient than the pres- ent form..The second resolution unan- imously adopted by the conference ex- pressed accord and sympathy witli the Itussian Bolsheviki and German Spar- tacist movement. It also called for a general strike and the furtherance of Socialistic propaganda throughout Ihe country. The third resolution was YORK, March P. Munro. lecturer on international law at Columbia University, came out in support ot Canada's stand in regard to the League ot Nations In an address on "The United States and the Peace delivered at the university Saturday night. After emphasizing the practical in- dependence ot Ihe several parts of the British Empire as a compelling cause for their separate representat- ion, Mr. Munro staled: "It does not follow that the British dominions will always support British one of greetings from the conference. demands. A striking Instance of.this to the Russian Soviet government, tho! was.the decision in the Alaska boun- Gorhian Spartacist ar.d all other work- j dary dispute In 1903. when Lord Al- ing-class movements, and expressed verstone, chief justice for bngland, Wallace Held lias Ihe part to which he Is best suited in his latest Para- mount Picture, "Too Many which will be shown at Startand to- and tomorrow. A3 WelsinKhani Van Dorn, he Is first ihown as a poor young man trying to make a living selling books. Then, cornea a bolt from the bine. Two wealthy skinflint uncles j of his aro suddenly, killed In a motor 1 accident and Walsingham finds him-1 self the possessor of a cool forty mil- lions of dollars by the terms of their will. The cool forty millions, however, make things warm, fop Walsingham. In the first beautiful young hvbnian, .Miss Desiree shows up and tells him that: twu.millions of tlie money belongs to lie r, that his unCios robbed her father of; it and caused his death. The thing to happen is the discovery'that'Van Dorn's confi- dential agent, "WUkjns, has fled with tho forty i VToking the Dorn goes in I STARLAND All OMrwitMrf. Three Vaudeville 4 Acts ALL-STAR BILL TONIGHT AND TOMORROW the opp'rovai of the conference in a iroletarian TtictatorsHip. Mr. Andrews declared that tbe con- erence advocated the departure from IOOS; P. US. Steel, ed at tho Calgary conference and was over any ot her dominions, and ill U. S. Steel preferred, 112. exchange Rates NBW YORK, March Preliniinarj" nmiations on demand bills for the Kfirllsh pound sterling today were S3.S5.- or 5 1-4 cents below Saturday's clrnintr declined to JS.S4 1-4. Kr.inc cheques were quoted at 14.02 to tlin American dotlnr. off 25 centimes, and lire chetiuos'lS.22. off 35 centimes. Mortis were sold for 1.05 cents each. Tho value rsf the Canadian dollar de dined in sympathy with tho drop ir sterling. The discount rate .wan quot ed at 12 1-2 per cent. GERMAN FINANCIER FREE voted with ths 'American-arbilrators as against the two Canadians. "If we traco tho rise and develop- ment of the so-called United States .11 constitutional methods and return protectorates In Ihe Carribcan region, o the period when "might and cun- we find, that the United Stales is pos- lins" take the place of "right." sessed of much more .authority over This propaganda, said 51r. Andrews, I Cuba, Hayti, San Domingo, Panama -as in the resolutions pass- j and Nicaragua than is Great Britain in REYNOLDS AND '.GERALDINE (Assisted by Joseph Schilling) in an elaborate Terpsichoreau Specially Act, "Ballet aud Char- acter Dances." "No finer act in vaudeville." He dreamt it- and it came true next Headaches affect :all ages ,and lioth t sexes iilike.'mit in all cases the'trtat-; kind ment shduld be directed to remove tho more i cause, for with the cause removed tho he propaganda ot the One Big Union temational conferences of an. which intended to call a, general strike i would bo likely to. have much force its demands on the govern-! Influence over their votes than would headaches vanish for nil time, ment. j Great Britain over those ot Ihe British The he said, had gained dominions." conlrol and had succeeded in having i Mr. Mnnro made n strong appeal for all their ideas endorse by the Calgary 1 ratification ot.the treaty by thoJJnit- conference, which he roferre.to as camouflage labor conference' whicli advocated massed action.-dlrfict action, the awakening of the "slaves" and the taking over of all industries. said Mr. Andrews, "was the most pernicious appeal ever made to all tho predatory instincts of man." LAKE CITV, Utah. March C von Alvcnstebcn, German fin nncial baron of the Pudfic N'orlbwesl nnd large operator in land, mine.? an timber in Hrltish Columbia for Our man interests before the war, wh been Interned at Fort here since May. 1CU7. was granted conditional parole today. It is expect- ed ho will leave for Seattle, Wash., soon, lo gather to'gelher what may re- main of tho fortune heVad Invested in mines and timber lands in that region. CARMICHAEL APPOINTED RESUME FREIGHT TRAFFIC March Belgian, French, Swiss and railway been nego- tiating at Basel, have reached agreement under which freight traffic between Germany and France and Germany and Belgium can bo resumed, according to an announcement here. cd States. TOIIOXTO. March lit.-Col. Hen, U. minister without pnrtfolio in the Dniry cabinet, lias ixjon iippoFnled chairman of tbe sol- diers' aid commission in succession lion, Mcl'horson, former pro- i inckil .secretary, who resigned riiairnianslilu Just after the new ernmenl Wft3 organized. llie gov PRISON FOR MELTING DOWN GOLD IN ENGLAND March months' imprisonment was the sentence pro- nounced on the six men who have been on trial charged witli melting gold coin. The gold they had in their possession, amounting to more than sovereigns, was ordered for- feited. Included in Ihs group aro Hurry a barrister, and Sure Chamberlain, diamond merchants. Jiad been brought out in the trial the accused withdrew from the Ba ot England during IfllS gold weighing eighteen hundredweight. During De- cember alone, it was charged, they disposed ot bar gold worth 811 oputids sterling. J..ONUON', March eight, rates on ocean shipping from England -will be increased at least fitly per cent, by a movement now in progress, says the London Times, in order to meet the high cost of bunker coal here. What Is necessary for a-permanent! euro Is something that VIII go right to the seat of the trouble. For tills purpose it Is impossible to find n [er for headaches of all de- scription .than Burdock Blood Bitters, acting as it does oil every organ of. the body to strengthen, purify and regulate the whole system. Mrs. Flora Hall, Dominion, X. writes: "I have been troubled with sick headaches for the ten years. 1 had lost fnilh in all remedies until recently 3 friend of mine advised me to Iry Burdock Tllood Bitten. Ttiis I did, 'and found relief in a wry 'Short dime. 1 would now recommend B. B. H. lo anyone who Is suffering as I did. I only took and am MARCELLE MARION The Personality comedienne JACK AND DeLYLiT Offering "Southern Excitement" Special Added Attraction THE ARDELL BROS. Vaudeville's Premier Athletes In a Dare-Doyil Gymnastic and Acrobatic Act. .JESSE L.LASKY WALLACE REID v M "Top Many Millions" "GIVING THE BRIDE AWAY" "GREAT GAMBLE" Photoplay Attraction Feature Special Coal In'the port of London this week will cost 155 shillings a ton, compared with fifteen lo eighteen shillings before the war, the newspaper pays. This coal secured by industrial plants In tho United Kingdom for forty shillings a ton. "So heavy is the cost of coal that some owners assert that they have to seriously consider the question of laying up their the news- slates. never troubled any more." B: B. U. has liecu on the nierket for over -10 years. Manufactured only by Tho T. Milburn Co.. i (Jni.tcd, Toronto, SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "The Illustrious Prince" By El Phillips Oppenhiim 'A pholoplay ot mystery and inlriguo and of love nnd loynlty is tho smart set of London's .society. Prom B. Phillips Oppen- liohn's famous book. The Artiattc Reel PATHE REVIEW "HIS FATAL BEAUTY" Comedy Feature SELECT ORCHESTRA Children 2Jc You Must Come Early to Get the Beit Seats. in EMPRESS THEATRF 3 Days Starting Teday COLONIAL _ Coming Next Production! TKe Average Person Uses Sugar On Ki Cereal Becausedt Needs It, Ihis is unnecessary when one eai? Tl-iis food is naiurally sweet for it contains its own pure cereal sugar, developed from its own grains. is a Sugar Saver 'FBMOF'THE e Two Hays Only. Marion Davits' Lavich Wardrobe i Screening of New Oppenhelm I '.Novel. Tiio elaborately licantiCul wnidrobf, of Minion D.ivlcs play.i fii? part in "Tho Uliieniii On] picture In whicli sli.i is being featured 1his week .it the Kaipress Theatre.] Tlila alar, wliosc sirikiiig lieauly Inoh New York by storm when she appear- ed In llie was never morn ewjnlsltely costumed Uian sho In In this mystery pholoplay, whicli wns ndaplcd from the serial story nnd novel by H-. Phillips Oppenhcim. Tho bcroina of the story, -plnycd by Miss Dnvlc.i, is nn nctrcfrfwhn travc'la throiigb mrnl 6n her way to America anil later makes a (re- i mencloiis hit on llie metropolitan stage. The role offers tbe talented actress amplo to wear the gowrfs and Jewels for which ahe Is noted. Supporting Miss Davleg In the plc- turo Is a company of prominent play crs, Including N'lgel Barrle, who re- cently played dppnsltc Marguerite ClarK-nnd oUier Others in the-El C. W. TOWNE piTscnts the Season's Artistic Treat Kuloiia's Native Hawa ians In the colorful musical comedy' of the Sunny Southern Isles, "The Paradise of the Pacific" NOT A MOTION gorgeous extravaganza, elaborately staged. musical REAL SINGERS AND DANCERS DREAMY HAWAIIAN HAWAHAN HULA-HULA GIRLS EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION 50e Children 25c No Reierved Seats. MURDER WITH Marion Davies By E. Phillips Oppenhelm Scenario by Frances Marion by Ceorje D, Baker. BEHIND THE SCENES On the itaae. In the photoplay studio. What do you know of the lif< thtrtl Rumors? Gossip? Startling Come and see the intimately portrayed In this vivid Opp.in- beim romance of love, conflict and intrigue among those who who the stage and screen. ALSO TWO REEL FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY "Chooie Yonr Exit"