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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAUCH THE LE DAILY HERALD PAGE F1VK PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, March U.-r Eastern shippers were in the market today for cash oats, barley and rye. Offerings not largo, however. Spreads on oats were to l-4c better und unchanged lor all other grains. Flax cash markets remain nulet. Trading In futures' ou tho local mar- ket was exceptionally dull, with liar- _..... row fluctuations on a scalping basis. 'dlsputei Is provided In a long prom Oats closed unchanged for May and 1-Sc. higher for July; barley 3-Sc high- er for May and 7-Se up lor July; flux Cc higher for May and July, and ryo 1 3-4c higher for May. Quotations: UML1 Main Body of Fleet Kept Home To Guarantee U. S. Future Position Buckmaster's matrimonial causes which proposes minnr fiehllnE' forces in anv number No. IN. W. C.................53D for-atlemptmg to cause, the cessation Lme needs to C.W...52S -No. 3 C.W...494 I of work TIYB- a ten? ot toovrtxauaeal n d KO--3 C. its a matter of policy Calgary Livestock CAI.OA11Y. March Livestock were 340 nit lie unloaded at the ravds today, ot whicli 20.000 francs for ordering the collec- tive cessation ot work, will a term of Imprlsonmenlfin c'eftiin cases. local stock-1 The government would be author- 10 weye on I 'zed to requisition plants with their HiroiiBli billing toCta'v, Hobinson and I Directors andI employees in cases com- Uhte'iio. One hundred ami elgh-! ins under the five categories, where teen hogs were on the market There 1 there is a, collective cessation of wore quite a number of choice steers work, and cows on sale and the market stif- fened u little. Clioicu steers J12.25 to fl2-S5; good butcher steera to 11: common stuff ?fl up; one-heavy cow I.OuO pounils, made 513, thu balance of this choice cows SH to common rows. 50 to 5S.60; good .bulls made fS; yearlings brought. 20j (coder steers dollaftd' at ?27. Good veal calves SlOi Xo hogs were sold at noon; Icing bid for selects, oft'cars. New York Stocks NEW'YORK. March sales: C. P. U. 12G 1-2; U. S. steel 5-S; U. S. steel preferred, 113 5-8. 'Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, iMurch (Dominion Livestock 310 :attle, hogs, and 50 sheep. to separate nny division from tbe main Reel for service abroad, although it is willing to send tho entire battle- ship fleet abroad to act as a united hut co operating unit when the emer- gency is deemed to warrant "The Life Adapted From "Th Romany Abounds With Thrilling A thrilling shipwreck ami rcscu by means of tho breeches buoy form tho climax of Maurice Tourocu-r's Paramount-Artcraft production, "Th Lifo Unet" which starts at tbo En press Theatre tonight. It was adapts from Georgo IL Sims' famous meb drama of tbe sea, "The Itomany Rye and is- said-to tell a smashing scor in'Mr. Tournen's .well known maste ful style. The sLige was produced in Ixindon more than twenty erseK arrested for stealing and was entcnced for threo months. But the udgo was taken with a stroke of par- lysls tho night before and had left o Instructions. Tho judge who took Is placo sent her to the reformatory or a period of three years. What followed Is splendidly piclur- d lu "Peppy which will be down at Starlaud theatre for the last ,mes tonight. OUNTRY STORE "VODViL NITE AT COLONIAL FRIDAY NIGHT Manager I-eu Brown ot tho Colonial s out to break a record on Friday ight, both from attendance stand- lotut and iu tbe value and number of irlzcs glveu away at the Country Store Todvil Nile" at the Colonial on Fri- day night. One hundred useful gifts will bo ivcn away free to Friday night's pat- rons at tho subslanilif useful gifts, ranging all tho way froir ho first prize" of flvc dollars in gold, the second prize of a sack of ,o groceries, crockery, fruit, orders on different merchants in the city, cloth- ing, and needless to add, about :i score ot 'booby" prizes whJfJi ore especially concocted to make tho audtenco laugh. Anil for tho children there will bo a few special prizes such as rabbits for the boye and dolls for tho girls. Intending patrons are advised to attend as early as possible on Friday night, for once the theatre Is Sited, ho further tickets will be sold. HAWAIIAN COMPANY OFFER NOVEL ENTERTAIN- MENT AT COLONlAt. Kulolia'a Native Hawaltans opened :liclr two days engagement at tbe Col- onial Theatre last night, and at both evening shows were accorded big aud- iences. They offer a very interesting of natlvo Hawaiian songs and instrumental music, to which is added toino wlerd 'hula-hula' dancing by tho girl with tho company. Tncyj title tholr show "The Paradise of the Pacific." and in their presentation cer- tainly glvo a good measure of enter- tainment. A very pretty stage settlnej tmd ciuaint lighting offccts forms a suitable background for their show. I.ethbrlugo theatre goers will thor- oughly enjoy theso entertainers from the sunny southern Pacific Isles. Thoy will appear for the tasftlmes ot tho Colonial tonight only a moderate supply of tattle, on hand, trading was fairly ac- live this morning for grades of butch-1 ?r cattle. Rutcher steers were the prin- tilKil sellers and this class of stock lujipexl at 512.75. Hog receipts show a decided in' proveinent and the market opened this giorning with :i strong uncle: linoliitions wilt likely strengthen over yesterday's 25-eent advance before the :lose of tho market. LONDON, March ox Will Put Up.Money For Any Kind of Ilussell-Now NEW York is becoming the happy hunting ground for those who aro in need of a little ready money for propaganda purposes No sooner has Do Valera departed, leaving a trail of "Irish republic" bonds behind and carting off a lot of tho hard-earned money of the homo fjle faction of the Irish colony, .than there comes the announcement of au- other little time for pro- paganda purposes In Canada.. The announcement Tras made lasl [night by tlie Workers' Defense Union, ix-iand is to the effect that "workers' lib- rJinngc showed a further improvement! evty bonds" issued by Iho Winnipeg !n tho local market loJay, moving up; strike defense committee are on sale ;o {3.S-I. mainly as the result ot tho I at tho union's headquarters over on jiilk of tho gold available: the Kast SUe. Evidently it Is not be in the nirakct being taken for the Un-'j licved. thnt th'b New Y'oi'k Socialists Ited States, Tho iiuolstion later ie. nre as open-hearletl .or as affluent as ceiled to ?3.SO. (ho supporters of the Irish republic, The price of gold fell off with the for whilo De Talera's bonds ranged sedation of the demand from from to fiOO, the antes an consul being several .shillings lower I crably lower In the case of tho lates M 107 shillings 2 pence per ounce, j propaganda Issue. The "workers'lib Bllvcr also declined sharply to bonds" aro In denominations o fence in consequence large arrivals j ?2.00 nml {S.OO. Irom the continent and further offer-! A mass'mectlng Is being arrange- Ings from that quarter. I hy local Socialists to protest against the sentence of "Bob" Kusscll, the A crane with a lifting] Winnipeg strike leader, and an at- rapacity of pounds is bo-'tempt will be made to dispose of some IIIL; used at' tbo Philadelphia" tbe Winnipeg labor bonds at this rard. It stands 213 feet high. imcctlng. Premier Venizelos of Greece Makes Demand Before. Be- fore Supreme Council LONDON, Marcli peace conference spent yesterday in trying to work out tbe details ot military ajad naval plans In connection with Turkey giving particular attention to Armenia. Admiral Beatty, Winston Spencei Churchill, secretary of war, and others -were called on to give their opinions. Premier Venizelos of Greece, was also present and again insisted that the allies should take the sternest meas- ures against tho Sultan. The general plan of action was not changed, as a result of tbo conference. It became known during the day lhat the military demonstration at Con slantinople is likely to tnko tho lorn of allied military control of certaii Turkish government activities, among them probably the war department. Tho conferees wore careful to make clear that this docs not'mean the tak Ing over of the a the outset anil would not In tho fultm If Turkey shows an Inclination to abide by the" terms of the armistici and cease massacres. POLES DEFEAT A Breakfast Standby Always ready and Always pleasing. Grape-Nuts Afobd df deUghiful flavor; crisp, sweet granules ihat re- quire just enoudK chewing to bringr out a delightful nut- like taste. Nourishing Economical Hade by Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd. Windsor, Ontario. ago, but like another of Mr. Sims' o' it U still fresh in the memory of theatre- goers. Tho story centers around Jack Hearne, tho Romany Ttye. young, ro- mantic leader of a gypsy baud, who is ealty the heir to Cragsnest, a fine il English estate now being occupied ilsely by his half-brother, Phillip oyston. How Jack, with the aid o( ome characters of tho London under- regains his: inheritance and tbe love.of his faithful Until onns the themo of tho picture. -AJ riltiant hunt' In -which scores of j ords and ladies lako a thrilling escue from a burning theatre, and !io final episode of i tho saving of Inth from a beaten to lieces-on the roclcsMn1 a- storm nr6 he liigli ppote oE tlip picture. ANOTHER DEMILLE MASTERPIECE COMING TO Tp EMPRESS Tho San Francisco Chronicle said: 13. DoMills lias given the screen -another of his masterpieces. There aro things in Ibis picturo that are of value to everyone in San Fran- cisco, and -it is one that should be attended, no matter what the- cost." Dorothy Gish 'Peppy Polly' You talk about Dorothy has it and uses- it to good ad- vantage in this picture. It's ivorlh seeing. Don't miss it. Two-Reel Paramount- Sennett Comedy ALSO PATHEWEEKLY AND FOX NEWS pOLONIAf TONIGHT LJ Matinee Daily at Evening Shows Sharp at? and 3 KULOLIA'S NATIVE HAWAIIANS In the Tuneful Musical Play "The Paradise of the Pacific" COLONIAl FRIDAYNIGHT THIS WEEK WILL BE CountryStore Night! 1st Cash. 2nd of And Ore Hundred Other Prizes Given Away. we guarantee a laugh a second for an hour. Added Photoplay Feature BEATRICE MICHELENA "JUST SQUAW" "BILL'S SCREEN MAGAZINE Prices, Adults.....SOc Children ...2Sc Come Early and Get Good Seats LONDON, March Pole lave Inflicted a decisive local defea nn tho says the I.ondo Times' correspondent wiring fron Warsaw. By a well conducted opera lion, ho says, they have driven a good 20 kilometers Into tho Bolshevik Inc. capturing the town ot Mozlr, HG miles southeast of Minsk, on the Prlpet Tho attack, ivhlch was a complete uccess, will prevent tho Bolshevik! from gathering fresh forces and up- icts their plans for an offensive on Iho southern halC ot the Polish fron- tier, which they evidently contemp- lated. Tho Reds "were defeated wherever they put up a fight. A brigade staff was captured, nnd the. divisional staff barely escaped. An armored Irnin and quantities of war materials and o thousand prisoners wcro taken. ALL STAR CAST ENACTS ELEANOR H. PORTER'S STORY "DAWN' one of Kleanor tl. Porter's most widely read novels, Is tho at- traction at Bfarlsnd for the week-end. I. Stuart Ulacktrm Is the. producer of this charming story of ojTtlmUm. In it .ho has starred those popular fav- orites, Sylvia Dreamer ,nnj Robert Gordon. Stanley Olmstead adapted the story to the screen. As is usual with the Blacklon Pro duction, distributed "Dawn" boasts tho real thing in all-star cast. Flora Kinch, one of tho earliest o] the earliest of screen personalities, Is cast In Ihcj-ole oE tho cantankerous aunt who possesses more muncy than charily, llorry Davenport, who play- ed the vole of one of the "Tlirco Wise Fools" in the play of that name al last winter on Hroadway, IJio lov nblo' old father who hoped each new picture he painted would revive Ihc family fortunes. Fanny Rice, n mlrth-proToker In fill Blackton pictures, is ihe rhymo-mak- ng, dollar-stretching Susan Dells, imid of all work and general bousij nanager. James Furoy, Ono of tho icst lovctl of "ohl men" on tho screen, is tho Civil War veteran. Gus Mcxander, though his pnrlner, Eddie )unu, is cast In a more serious role, ;cls some laughs out of his comedy -olc. Others In the cost aro Margaret Harry and Gladys Valeric. M13a Dreamer, of course-. Is cast as Dorothy Parkrnan, Ihc sweetheart ICcilh Durton. who had to deceive ilm before she could prove that, whether blind or not, her lovo wns .mshaken. Itobort Gordon 13 partlcu- .arly convincing in his role of the boy who must needs start life all over again when bo loses his sight. EMPRESS-Monday CECILBDeMILLES PRODUCTION -VI .EandFEMALE Olive Baker Whyte IN THE LATEST UP TO DATE SONGS LOXDOX, Jlarch (By Canadian The honso of commons today discussed finance at great length nni wllh a customary, critical discursive ness, and cleared off tho outstanding supplementary estimates for Ihe ship ping ministry. It was staled that UK earnings of controlled ships had ex cceded the estimate by pounds, and while the surplus from Iho dominions and nlllcs wns there WHS an excess tola! of CLOOO, 000. FACES WRONG GIRL GETS 3 YEARSI Dorothy Glsfi's Sad Experience In "Peppy Polly" One of tho most disconcerting sltua lions over put Into a photoplay occurs (r. Dorothy fjichv latest Paramount picture "Peppy Polly" Vhon Polly (played hy Miss p.tter planning wllh the Judge of the Juvenile courl to sentence her to three- months In a teformalory, so she may obtain ovid enco of graft in the Institution, into court and finds tbo wrong Judge on the bench. The Melville reformatory had need ed Investigation for years but overj committee sent there hud returned with a report tliat thlngu were a] rlglit. Polly and [tho Jmlge had de Tho IIOIIEO of lords held nn nnfiniah- cHod to make n real Investigation d deltaic on the scc'.'ul reading of Ihe Inside. Accordingly, she go A BLACKIDN PRODUCTION Sylvia BreawerTPbbert6oidotv and aiv all star cast. Adapted from Qeanor Porter's Tamoos Novel FRL-SAT "I only want a fair man's chance to find my place in the Sun." "I don't want poison my soul." j "I want to live and love and help." Thus spoke the sight-, less gives an example of courage and faith to those who falter. "Dawn" is a play of sunshine written by the creator ot "i'ollyanna." "Dawn" a drama that the light of one bitr heart onto another and both find and sec each other In tbo gleam. "Dawn" will go straight to your heart with "its arron' of optimism. TWO REEL COMEDY AND TOPICS OF THE DAY ;