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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, 13, 192Q TUT! LTVniBRlDGE DAILY HERALD PACK FfVfc PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS nt OPENING OF BRITISH PARLIAMENT WI.N'XIPKG. Alsrch easli markets were not active today ami all ufferlbga Qi coarse grams continued Yeiy light. Kaelorn buyers were after all Etudes of cash oats, with spreads reported unchanged. Tho on liartcy advanced li: lor the top grade ivilh a betier enquiry. Catli flax spreads declined 2c for No. 1 N. C., rnulilug the premium only In over May. I'radiyg lu thn future market vvasi dull KUi'.'ttiQ fluctuations somewhat! Alter opening prices! Equally, worked'to tho high points.I V ;i aijuin near the t'use, caused by heavy closer) l-4u loner May anil 1-Se down barley 1-Sc higher fov Mar ami _t Sc up for July; flax 5 fov May and 2c lower for July.'oni rye l-2c higher for May. -May......... JlllS' May....... July...... May...... July Open. Close. 151 515 BIS 503 May Is succored by Faro Kan who has several orphans In her keeping. who aho Is, Smith uprafde and pronounces a curse upou her. A j fever stricken vagrant Infec- tion In tho village and tho evangelist prays that a judgment bo sent upou the town. Only bis church stall ba The opening ceremonies were- of pro-was brilliaace. Here is a section of tlto crowd iVeerlng through the railings surrounding the Houses of Parliament to catcli a glimpse of the pageant. healed, he declares. A flro starts, but the boUEe of Faro Fan is saved; and the church is bum- ATTRACTIVE HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE BILL AT THE COLONIAL MON. AND TUES. tho excellent standard which has been set in the pact few i sum" Hie lead. weeks by this prticular bill one of the finest ot the season's dramatic offerings will bo shown. This will bo the startling dramatic sensation. "Her 1'urchajc Pflce." In which llesalo Darriscale as- Stolen from tho cara- for the mtrem. sold for cash _ vaudoville shows at tho Colonial thea-i to thu highest bidder, this girl found Ire. the new bill which will be prc- 1 little difference between the out-and- Beutcd on Moiiduy aud Tuesday at the out market tor women at Cairo and Colonial will uttofd "Hip" -----i j.airvim t iau eecrei ed. The preai-her becomes more vlol-1 with auocher full of pleasure. I London's "100." the secret purchase ot women among ently Insane and breaks In tho door of Faro Pan s bouse. In tho struggle she strikes him ou the head uud his mental balance Is restored thereby, lu Ihe end he and Faro arc united and he redeems himself. SPLENDID WEEK-END SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT (SATURDAY) For the laet times tonight (Sa'ur- the Colonial will offer one of the llnest week-end shows ot the year. Tlie feature-attraction, In which Frank Mayo, star of 'The Ilrale Breaker'' and other successes, appears Is one of the most pronounced dra- matic hits ot the year. Hundreds saw it last night and were delighted. Included on the samo bill are the latest episode of the smashing serial, "The Midnight and a great big 1S7U. Considered to Ijo Masterpiece of Thai Great Director, Cucile Events, Beautiful Scenes and Climaxes Follow Throughout This Entire Super-Special. .........ISO Cash rices OATS-, No. 2 CAV... No. 3 C.W... 913, Extra No. 1 feed'...... No. 1 feed'.. No. 2 fsed 92V.. Track ?0vi No. 3 C.W...ITOS No. Rejected............ Track.............'.., FLAX----- No. 1 N. W. ".Male nml Female." .tile screen No. No. 3 adaptation of J. 31. Batrle's famous Track rslace play, "The Admirable-Cvichton." j will Hie much-heralded auractlon No. 2 C. the Empress next week. It comes a story as big as tlio universe, a story of tremendous heart appeal, luxuriously s.ilgcd and awsoine in Us splendor. It tells vviih great human realism of ths servant be- came a man and the lady who Ijccanie a ".Male and Female" is the master- Sensational tlio year. two-reel comedy howler. photoplay production of 'h.e. f I slilne Girls' biggest hits. "A STRANGE STORY IS DOROTHY DALTON'S LATEST PHOTOPLA1 A DREAMER MADE STAGE DEBUT AS A CORPSE B. DC dramatic intensity. As a back- One of the plots thttt has been sup- plied (or Dorothy Dallou, the beautllul Thomas II. Itiee star, is found In her new Paramount picture, "The ot J1 Keel Dutlc" which will be sliown at Starlaud Monday and Tuesday. Tho story vus written by C. Gardner Sul- livan and Victor L. Schertzluger was HID director. Miss appears as Faro Fan, Sylvia Dreamer mails her iebut as u corpse! Happy Lucky Sun HER stage A "dl'fereiit" novolly act Ntw York Stocks NEW YOHK. Marcli sales: C. P. II.. 125; U. S. steel, 99; U. S. steel, 113 1-S. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, March Livestock Branch) Arrivals this Mr. has civcu a good girl, hut cast'in a strange en- feature many' or the most dying western town. and perfectly appointed settings the The story begins at a theological camera lias yet recorded in motion Echdol lii the east. Webster Smith, i picture an. The shipwreck BU impulsive student is to deliver a she .almost trembled "out scenes are filmed with remarkable- thesjs on rdizious intolerance Under! Olld' which is somelhine no well realism and the plclurizatlon the ,hc straia of overstudv he goes mad "rought up corpse should Thomas H. Incc He Called Heaven's Wrath Upon Her 'Her lito wna in momentary was threatened by a fanatic who believed that her gambling Iioutc maic Red Uutto a.T "accuractl town." she made lids man, who was lired In the strict theology ol N'ew Knulaml, turn to her wh6n needed real love. Tho quocii became Iho (juecn of Ihe evangelist's liomcl Come! THE FINAL EPISODE OF "THE GREAT GAMBLE" "ORDER IN THE COURT" flolin An Excellent Program Adults 25c ESSE L. CECIL PRODUCTION and FEMALE Founded PUY Adapted 'THE ADMIRABLE CRJCHTON- ifcrlhe screen byJEANIE "AH, LOVE COULD YOU AND I WITH FATE CONSPIRE TO QfiASP THIS SORRY SCHEME OF THINGS ENT.RE, WOULD NOT WE SHATTER IT TO BITS, AND THEN REMOULD IT NEARER TO OUR HEART'S SHIPWRECK, tenbr, thrills of heroic rescue. INTIMATE' pictures <-f below- stairs life In wealthy British households. DICTUREa of love and strife in 3 primitive land where con- ventions and classes are forgot, spectacle! In the u palace of a kins ol ancient Babylon. DEVIES of beautlfui women; pomp or power; excesses of a profligate court, IDYLLIC scenes of happy home or. a little farm In Am- erica. UUMOR, pathos, colorful drama, vivid daidlr.g pageantry enacted by hundreds of players, with an all-star group of principals, ALL the passions and yearnings of the race, fused Into an Inspiring story that beats with red blood. WITH AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA Children Box Scats, TONIGHT LAST LIFE LINE" And Plenty of Comedy, Brlgg's Cartoon and Christie Comedy, OLIVE BAKER WHYTE IN POPULAR SONGS ;