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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; MARCH is, 1020 PAC-R FIVK. PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS I ADDITIONAL THEATRE READERS ON. PAGE 13 Theatre patrous nlll ttaa on Pago 13 details ol various pro- VAUDEVILLE WINNIPEG, March no on the local markets tofliy with unchang- ed from Frldty. There wis a little I better doniandf (or oats and a few In tho moving picture theatres uest 25S cattle and 413 There was demand. All offerings were light. Tha local future markets were not active and there was an easier ten- dency tb'the ivholo grain list, with some strength being close. near the Oats closed 7-So higher for May, and 34c up for July; barley l-2c high- er for May arid Ic higher for July; Has closed 1 l-2c lower for May and 2c down for July, and rye 'i-tc. higher jf the relationship between animal and man that characterizes Hler- ary work of Curwood. And in his pie- lure, which was supervised by himself In the Arctic regions In.a temperature of 52 degrees below zero, a faithful at- tention to detail has made this photo- play far more vivid than hts story. "Back to God's Country" is baaed "n'iillv upon the thorns that kini- ness to animals results in reflecting aud generating that kindness to the for 'May. Quotations: Open. Close. May i..... W4 May.........v 159'i 162 July ........4 I... lB3Vi May 55! July...... 034 B3o Slay...... 187'A 1MK Cath Prices OATS- Xo 2 No. 3 C.W... Site Extra No. 1 feed..............97V- No. 1 feed.. 90 No. 2 feed.. 95 No. 3'C.1V...17o No. 4 Rejected -...142 ;No. 1 N. W. C................559 No. 2 C.W...51S) No. 3 C.W...510 Track ........i Ko. 2 C. W. ..................190X Wjrmipeg Liveitock March Good quality butcher steers of med lum weight disposed of at white choice bnteher steers ot medium weight .were disposed of at 12.50, whllo choice female' butcher stock, although scarce, held tfcelr own from }U StocierB and feeders ulet at steady prices. The hog market vss.flrih, bidding opening nt for selects, fod and watered, which Is In line with Fri- day's cloae. New York Stocks NEW YOItK, March prices: C. P. R. 125 3-8; U. S. steel 103 H; U. S. steel preferred 113 7-S. REDUCE ITALIAN ARMY ROME, March council of giver, whereas, cruelty and torture serve- to iurito an animal to fieii-'Ufch savagery. Cunvood writes his story about the killer, a great Dane upon whom no man or beast has over i lavished a kliul .word or act. Another .hrcad ot (ha story leads to Nell a word spoken relative to the question being asked. Thea- tre-goers of today have seldom been given an opportunity for such serious thoujht as is given them in the dem- onstrations by the Mysios. Ilrlug, along your .Mysto wllti anajver them all on Monday p.ud iav. They specificaly state that ia 'impossible for them .to give private consultations after or before their regular performances at liio theatre on Moisday and Tuesday. An added attraction to tho bill will bo the appearance ft The four Do Kreil, licssic, and' quartette of novelty gymnasts wh'p perform a number of sensational II feats. -.This Is the bigsest novelty aero- SNOW FLOW WRECKED IN DItlFl'; FIREMAN BEUEVED KILLED Sblpman as Dolores LeBeau. a girl lly- bnfic act of the entire season, four lug with her father in Hie wlliis ot Canada and whom all the animals near her homo have learned to love. When Fate takes Dolores ami. a helplees husband into the Arctic re- slons. she is brought into touch wlln the dog, who has received the. came ot "tue killer" from the- .and traders whom he has frightened through hts fierceness. Dolores' kind-. ness wins his friendship. How saves the lives of Dolo- res and her husband, who arc fleeing across the barren lands in. a sleigh; Is one oE the most unusual scenes ever minister have decided to present a scrceu bill lo for a :lor; In the army to men, ac- cording to the Kpoca. on the Empress Theatre's Screen Version of Story Bring. To Life The Dos, 'Wapi, the Walrus" Under Title of to God's Coun- try" Magazine Work Will Be Shown the Empress. Heralded by exce'ptloual tributes from Bittern critics, jtrho declare it "Bad; from be a most novel photoplay, to God's adapted James Oliver Cunvood's celebrated magazine story. "Wapi, tlio will begin Its run at1 the Empress Theatre, commencing Mouday. ____ Prohahlj'no person alive has tho Livestock today knack ot imting.ou the psychology 1REATEST "HIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW OF SEASON AT THE COLONIAL MOM. AND TUE3. What Is positively the greatest Hip- nodrome vaudeville show of the eu- ilro season is tho new show which will be olferecl at tlio Colonial theatre on (Monday and Tuesday. It Is an aggre- gation o( all-star acts that will stand comparison with any bills presented on any vaudeville circuit operating in Canada. Featured on the show will ho Mysterious .'lystos, in their amazing demonstrations of thought telepathy and mental transmission. To Madame .Mysto is given the task of remaining upon the an swerlng questions put to her by the audience, the question heing transmit ted to her by Prof. Myslo mentally, people being in one act. "Je'anelte. "the dancing sajaphoan a bruuette, will present a dever musical and dancing I offering. I Frank Healy and Irene Trebor, the! personality couple, will offer an Inal concoction of songs, dances, andjl stories in their own peculiar ;l V style which 'always wins lor them. I uimedlate favor. I Notwithstanding the greatly incrcas. ed cost to the Colonial management this vaudeville bill, an extra spe-' cl'al feature photoplay attraction will op (ho picture hill. The big drama of and laughter, en- .Itled, will bo tbo 'eature. I'Better Times" Is produced liy thrj Drcntwood Company, who made "The Other the feature which was shown recently at the Colonial ahd.gave much enjoyment to those who saw it. Manager Drown gives Times" his .personal enUorsa- lion. Tho: latest Patlie Review, and an- other 'howling comedy will complete ,the show for Monday and Tuesday. Tfou are urgfci to'attend as early as possible In order that you may obtain the'best seats, as Monday night ati the Colonial always means capacity' after S o'clock. 'A 'special matinee will be given on Mohday and Tuesday allernoons, with1 a special school children's matinee on Tuesday alternoou at 4 o'clock, when alf' school children In town will be the suesls of Manager Drown. TIMES TONIGHT Dolores Casslnelli "TKe Right TcfLie" A Supirb Seven Reel Production "THE- GOOD SHIP ROCK !N RYE" Two-Rt-l Comedy, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" You Wilt 3tc the Whole Feature if You Arrive by 9.M. Don't Mist It TUESQAY ENID, BENNETT -IN- "FUSS and FEATHERS" Also PEARL WHITE "THE BLACK SECRET' An Adaptation of Robert W. Chambers', Novel "IN" SECRET" and A HARD Rolln Comedy PRIXCK ALliEKT, Bask., ilaich 19. A. Matthews of Prince Al- bert, aged z4. Is believed dead umler the wreck of a saow plor, and Loe engine which was cent cut from the Prince Albert yards of the 0. X. R. last midnight to clear snow from the lug, the plow huge drift auc the equipment was wrecked, the en- gine being capsized. Matthews, who was fireman on the engine, la missing and it Is believed ho is under the en- gine. A wrecking crew has- gone out from Prince Albert. Knsineer Sam Hitchcock is reported safe. FRENCH LOAN A SUCCESS I'AHIS, March to the French loan close today and al- though uo official figures have been Prince AlbertMtattlefoid lino which I given out as yet, Minister of Kiuanca has btcn blocked Sunday. All Francois-Ma.-sal expresses himself ai Uenholm, about 2 o'clock this laorn-' satisfied with the results. "Sic'em Stop them! for my sake" EMPRESS fiV Wapi tore at ,r her enemy! STARTING MONDAY Are you tired of common place films? Then see this one The extraordinary story of the girl of the wiltfs, and "Wtpt, the the great dog who fights the fight of his fighting life to save her rntn mon the beasts of the i. BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY from the itory "Wa'pl, tho Walrus" in "Good Housekeeping." James Oliver Curwood The the company curing ths of the film Featuring the brilliant swimming star NELL SHIPMAN 40c CHHren 16 Kind, of Wild Animals Play unique part In the story. Grattttt Race and Dog Fight Eve.r! Sennet Actually Taken Inilde the Rim of the Arctic Circle. Never a Film Like This A Tale of Love And Villainy Unique, Beautiful, Daring! See Desperata Swim Uown tho Mountain Rapids. Miss fthipman Does this Hazardous Swim Hiirtelf. This Picture Was Made by the Calgary Photo- play Co. See it. Sole Ltssee and Manager TIMES TONIGHT (Saturday) HARRY CAREY in "A GUN FIGHTIN' GENTLEMAN" "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Ssrlal "THE JAILBREAKERS" Spicial Comedy THREE SHOWS GREATEST SHOW OF THE SEASC SPECIAL HEADLINE ATTRACTION The Mysterious Marvellous EsponeiUs' ot MocEem MciUai Telepathy, Occult Science, Thought. Trausniisstou and Phenomena. A. Bnfflhis Demons licit ion. Brinu Along Your Questions. The Joyous Conpie HARRY HALEY and GRACE TREBOR Up to the !Miiuito Eilcrtatu- era. JEANETTE "The Dancing Saxaphone Girl" FRED 'CHARLES EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION THE FOUR DE LONGS In a Sensational Acrobatic Novelty Act EDNA. BESSIE Special Feature.photoplay "BETTER TIMES" A riappy drama of lovo. op- timism and good cheer, You'll shed.all your, troubles when you see It. Wn.gtvo this feature our- guarantee. The- Novelty Reel PATH.E STRAND COMEDY COLONIAL ORCHESTRA In spite of tho greatly in- creased cost to us of this show, our prices will remain the same: Adults................. We Children 25c Spec'al Children's Mstlnse Tuesday Afternoon at 4 o'clock, 10 Cents. See Dolores Fight for Lovo and Life Aboard the Whaler. Scenes Actually Made at Sea. 'SEE IT NEXT WED.-THURS. POSITIVELY TWO DAYS ONLY ADULTS CHILDREN Mo ;