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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 18f 1920 1'HE LETHBRlDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, Jlarch 'jjriln icarkels were steady today, and ttie ad- >ance In oats continued with' new JilgU levels'reached !n botli .contract months. The was'not lo'gbpd with light offerings ;stlll .a feature. Spreads 'reported unchang- ed to-l-2c off. Barley, flax and'rye cpreads reported about unchanged.. Winnipeg bats closed 1-4 c -up (or with July unchanged.1 closes lower for anil} July'unchanged. Pl'ax closed 2cta'Sc lower, for July, respectively, tnd May rye 3c down. L Slay July May July May July May......... .Ca Open. S9Ti 565 545 Prices Close. 100 ft f.SO 543 No. Wj Track No. ,3 C.W...-17.4% Jiojecte'l 9-rw A-'' No. 2 feeilr. Provide For Personnel of Navy Needs Much Con- sideration March Canadian navy estimates were in the hpiisc of commons' program yes terday. They sre .down nearly ono half the amount voted last year, being a net sum" of as compar eel wlUr Provision Is made for personnel, against 2SQ.OOO. The ftrnt lord of the admiral- ty was given full credit In the discus- sion for his Important reductions. Interesting facts'ln his explanatory statement are (hat .the capital ship, in the opinion of ..the. naval re- mains the-unit on whlcb-sea power Is builf anil', that It-Is "proposed to create a naval air wing.. The first said that, Admiral Jellicoo's re- A PICTURESQUE WEDDING IN LONDON ports on the dominions'.'navy would j require very careful consideration and No C W-' 4 scheme could only be settled I'bv discussion with representatives of: ...........-line dominions In London.-Movement I I would necessarily bo slow in these de velopments. The'dominions..had ac I cepted Immense responsibilities and (made heroic sacrifices anil hear-! ins Kre'at bnrdons. 'They must not 5M eil' VS 5C5 craft picture, produced by Cocll B. Del Friday and Saturday will be the tlnj- Jlillc. which, will be shown _ at the pin Westerner of them all, Harry Empress tonight for tho last time, i Carey In his latest big (eaturo "A Gun Moreover, it's a real yacht and a rest i FlguUu' Gentleman." Followers of rock that come together. It's only one (Harry Carey's pictures will delight ia of the big scenes where livos new Carey picture, for it Is a a large ,-unount of money were risked i lypicM Harry Carey production. It for Ihe sake of realism f_i this pro- duction, is a screen version of Sir James 51. Earrie's great play, "The Admirable Crlchtoa." WIFE STRAINS HER HONOR ON WITNESS STAND TO SAVE HUSBAND The court room wag packed. So ar the testimony had been merely a natter of form, and unless other wit- nesses were called, the prisoner, by his own statement of guilt, would be convicted thfl murder of Crosby )ana. Then Carlotta Austin entered and ook tho witness stand. Solemnly she sworo to tell the there was gives the an opportunity to dis- play Tila versatility. The latest episode of. "The Mid- night Man" and a .howling two reel comedy entitled "The Jail Breakers" will compieto the big show for Friday and Saturday. OLIVE THOMAS IN "UPSTAIRS AND DOWN'1 AT COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT shell take It, If there's anj- fun la it. For the "baby life ona merry, made merry-go-round. She looks through rose-colored glasses and the sun Is always shining. When trouble comes she merrily throws it over her' shoulder with a shrug and a smile. Nothing caji feaze her; Olive Thomas with her gaiety, viv- acity and "pep" la particularly adapt- ed for such a role: She gives the character and feeling. The de- lightful story of the Irresistible "baby vamp" in "Upstairs and Dona" be shown for Ihe last times tonight at the Colonial Theatre.', The new Seizhlck Pictures received a splendid send-off in Lethbrldge last the first of them was shown here- Olive Thomas in "Upslalrs and was shown. j Olive Thomas, the charming and ibsolulelv no, who could prove vivacious Selznlck star, seen in the that tho "words she uttered were lies Selznlck Pictures falsehoods, that robbed her of her virtue! Lies that branded her a scarlet woman! But Carlotta was fighting for the life of the man she bus- band, and her own reputation, If she could prove by soiling it that ber husband was justified in Wiling Dana, was as naught. So she lied! She had the right to lie, so she believed. "The night to Wo" is the Albert "Upstairs and as a delightful little "baby vamp." No roan misses her flirtatious eye and each falls a victim to her entrancing smiles. her, man is life and flirtations food. It makes no difference who the man is, as long as ha Is willing to fall a victim to her charms. She loves them lean, tall and short. She Is a harmless little body, hut a mischievous one. She Is happiest Capellant-Pathc feature starring Do- when she is busy gelling in or out of lores Casslnelll and coming to She s a game little per- Starland for the week-end. Frank Mills, Joseph King, Warren Cook. Violet 'Heed, Grace Heals, George Leneubourg and others are in tlis cast. Jane Murfin wrolo the story and Ed- wlii Carewo directed it tor matter bow big the risk, COUNTRY STORE NICHT AT COLONIAL FRIDAY Len S. Brawn Sole Lessee and Manager LAST TIMES TONIGHT (THURSDAY) OUYE THOMAS in tho splendid SELZNICK "UPSTAIRS ami COW. HAROLD LLOYD COMCDY LATEST SCREEN MAOAZINK March (Dominion nients; livestock. Receipts; WM cat- Tlio house finished the discussion tic and ks- morn- ing Was- exlriciely Quiet u fen: -ueLia of cattle "j-.assius over on the supplementary estimates which for tliD Prince's Included ncv.- tour. (lie scales and: quotations on this I The house of lords had a .general class o! slock wero from 2oc to 50cj discussion on commercial r.ud Indus -V wedding wlitch created unusual Interest in Ixindon recently that in which Ihe'Ma'clriine of Lochuuio was married to Miss Olive Stewart Rich- ardson Amongst those who signed the resisicr was Princess Louise Duchess -of Argyll. -Six pipers played as-the liapjiy couple left the church. The picture' shows the bride'.and bridegroom leaving St. Margaret's attcr the ceremony. _ Etroiiger, With only, a light mix. of hogs tho was Iieun and bidding-ppen- first reading o[ effect to tho re com. morniUB at an advance of appointed 16 Investigate these flues- "over the close of Wcdncstay's market. Calgary Livestock ,-Mnrch Livestock hundred and twcDly-iwb cattlo. 36S of which >were on through .billing-to and 179 liogs-were uiiloatied at the BtcckxardR today. 'Prices then yejlordny and bidding lively. j liulcher steers J12 4ml ?13.- -WO D. Jiowids rafide. JU. Good butcher to ?11; choice fon'3 jll to good butcher cows to ordinary butchers JS'lo ?5; good gooil'veal calves ?S.50 lo J9.5C; heavy Hoga sold at 521.00 for off card; io Gou's adapted an English nobleman; even In these from "Wani, the Kj James Oliver Curn-ooil, ami which will .-bo shewn, starting Monday nt the Em- press Theatre. A3 Dolores- LeHeiu. a. ivooiilund days of suck re- lations. 'all ihe rlsks'Iri the vorld, love is tho most uncertain, wh'clb the Ihemo of "Love Insurance" proves in a most girl, ivliose kinuly nature has won her delightful manner. ..The photoplay is tbo" love of even tbe savage] from the'famous'ii'oVol of tho same beaslB of the.forest, Null title by Earl Deer Diggers, who wrote meets Peter Burke, .a novelist -roam- ing the wilds of .Canada for.material tor his new book. .Doth arc Inspired by the love-of-animals, to whom, they Clear Cut Issue Put fore the People By Prem- ier Oliver to which .was also piclurizeil'. with striking success by Corpora- tion. show kindness. "Love Insurance'VprovIdes an ad- dumb'l mlrable vehicle. forJ.Bryant; Waahburn, brutes is repaid aficr Peter am! Dolo-1 tlie popular star, who' con res, man'led. go into tile'Arctic-re- eide'rable reputation as a.-master' II Friday night's big Counlry Store! Vodvll Nlto fun festival nt the Col- j oiiial Theatre Is.golng to bo a bump- Ing big event, dlanagcr Len Brown j lias a great iirmy of prizes lined np.; I The first prize will be.the handsome i1 solid oak 'magazine st.'ihd, a splendid] piece of. furniture valued at eighteen' dollars. The second prize will be the beanUful silver cutlery set A linn-1 dretl other btg prizes will be given j a-.vay, and. neeillcss to add there will] bo a 'hunch of comedy prizes, all ot which will servo to Inject a battery of j laughs into tbo night's fun. Headlined on the photoplay bill for EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME CECIL B. DeMILLE'S MASTERPIECE "THE TICK-TOOK MAN" Spseici Comedy FRI. NIGHT the.Eskimos is most grippingly when Wapi, tho killer, a srcaVD.ino dog whoao friendship .won, saves their lives. Dolores' has LLOYDS TRY VAINLY TO OUTWIT CUPID Thread on Thin Ice in Picture Insurance1' VICTOniA, JIarch ier Oliver has.'-prptnised to submit to the people of.'BritishVColumbia a clear, distinct- upon.., the ques- tion of prohibition or sale of liq- uor under control. Three alternatives to the amended _ inrohlblllon act-'-ffill be considered, bus tho reputation of uamelv a contrarv act drafted by. the great betting risks, but. in "Love Tn- moderatlouists, an act dratted. by..tho .Hhc latest ptc- govDrnment on or a ture starring Bryant Washbnrn, which light comedy roles. The famous insurance firm of Lloyds taking some 'Love Tn- Judgment To lie Given Shortly framework submitted by tbe modernt- Mostly With Fort Francis Co. OTTAWA, 'Jlarch Canad- ian hearing hy the paper j lonists and a moderation net to bo framed by the government, for which it will accept responsibility. INVESTIGATING U.S. GRAIN BOARD SEATTLE, Wash., March cunlrol tribunal ot tho appeal of lnojwr Humphreys, United States district Canadian Uaily Newspapers' tor "Oregon, -was hero today tlon from an order made by'ft. completing an Investigation of 'tbe PrlnRle, 1C. C., former paper controller.; -ot the United Stales Grain on December 24. 1919, was concluded Corporation in'the Pacific.norlhwcst. yesterday.afternoon. i Tna investigation was ordered hy Juajjment .was'reserved, bill It Is i Atlorney-General A. 31tlclicll Palmer nntlerotood that this will bo given! rcccntiy Spokane Brand jury shortly. j declared Max II. llouscr, Portland, By the order In appeal. Mr. Pringlc [ormer head of tho corporation, pro- Jxed prices for the Fort Frances Pulp by Ihe corporation's price imi- end Paper Company as that .company was not .a party to the agreement reached, last fall between. publishers 'anil all bther newsprint companies except Pryce Brothers. Mr. 3'ringlo Increased by an average of] ?10.00'per tori'the price ho hatl prcv-j ionsly fixed