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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH THK LEIHBHHHJE DAILY, .HKHA1.D PAGE F1VH VAUDEVILLE MARKETS >i WINNIPEG, tMarrti Duo lo light offerings, tha xolumo ot busi- ness in today's cash markets was again- light. Demand for oats was stronger. Spreads on straight grades reported lie to Ic better, while the tough grades wore to Ic higher. Barley spreads unchanged eicopt for No. I C. W.. which was off. Flax and r.vu unchanged. Oat.s closeii ?ic lower for May, with Tie clown; May barley closed lower July down; -May fln'x closed TAc lower, with July down, and rys closed .May. Quotations lower for Jlay..... July...... May..... July..... May..... July Open 100% 94% ICO 153 55S uSS'i Closo Dr. S. F. Tolmie Announces That Statement Will Be Made This Week VICTORIA, B.- C., JIarch.. ports appearing ill this press during he last, few days regarding, the feder- al government's rtaval' iiollcy are un- authorized, sayj a telegram from Hon. Dr. S. F. Tolmlc, minister of agricul- ture and member for Victoria, to J. C. rid Cash Prices 191 2 C. W. 1 Foed Track 96 Vi S C. 2 Feed p. C. 4 C. 1 CI. W. 3 C. W. .4SOV Track.......... Ilyc- 2 C. W. Mclntosh, member for Nanalmo Tho telegram adds: "Expect nonuceraent this week." ENGLAND SHOULD LEAD IN REDUCING ALL ARMAMENTS OF WORLD version ot the same great pl-iy. great production, "The Brat." is the story ot tho onuohllng in- fluences ot love. 11s heroine and dominating character is a. waif ot-tho city's slums who has never known any name savo "the brat." To eke out a precarious existence slio plays in tho chorus of a cheap musical com- edy, lint tho pittance she receives for vases is nol enough to clothe her in even tho half-decent stylo o( tlio other girls. -Fired" for tielng shabby, sho faces tho world desperate. A masher Insults her; sho slaps his faco and is haled lo the Xlght Court oil au outrageous chargu falsely made by the man she rebutted. Thevo a celebrated author salvages her from the human wrecks awaiting justice for their mis demeanors. He takes her home to study as tho heroine ot his torthcom jug novel, love is kindled and fannct lo jealousy stalks in its wafco; and llicro ensues a drama o heart-throbs and smiles, with surprises and tremendously moving climaxes. reason ot her simple failh the odr little "brat" eventually triumphs afte heartburnings -and sacrifices tha touch the whole narrdtivo with Hi superb qualities of gcilus. VERY FINE VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGH Calgary Livestock CALGARV. March livestock Bran- .March Canadian Duke ot Devonshire ar- rived In London just in Mine to pre- side over Iho Canada Cliih's dinner lo Sir Auckland (ieddes, the new llritiBli ambassador to .Washington. In the course of a speech at the din- ner, lit. Hon. Waiter Long, the head ot the admiralty, remarked Unit the Imperial parliament had not. only re; fused to build new vessels, hut had 'actually scrapped glorious ships. "Tlie time lias continued Mr. "when wo should enter into ..cw competition, not in-regard to tho Elze of hut into the reduc- 'dinary, closo the 'Show Iu a fastldreds of thousands. Her latest star- nd clevor gymnastic eihibltlon. They ing vehicle Is "Tho ilome Town erforin some remarkable feats, which re both daring and skilful. Tho photoplays are right up to tha larlt, with a big special attraction en- tied, "Hotter Times" uton Iho bill, ml with thejatcst Patho Ileview and couple of 'good comedies rotmdiuK ul the show. 'As usual, the Colonial 'rchestra ofter a line orchestral pro- ram. The same show will be ottered for ho last times tonight, and should raw a packed house, as it is ono ot he best hills of tho season. .Nazirnova cornea lo tho Colonial Vcduesday and Thursday in "The Jrat" a fine screen adaptation of Maude Fulton's great stage success. written by Oscar Graevo and adapted by Kdilh Kennedy. That It will delight her admirers when U is shown at tho Starland Wednesday' and Thursday is coulidently iiredkt- ed by Manager Geo. Fleming. Miss Mai tin lias the role of a little Yankee girl, who loves a soda water clerk in a country drug store and NEW VIVIAN MARTIN PICTURE A WINNER as one ot the piost pop- ular stars of the ser'eeii, Vivlau Mar In numbers her admirers by hun CHARACTER WINS IN j BATTLES OF LIFE This Is Proved Sy Enid Bennett In "Fuss and Feathers" In Iho history of humankind, It has been found that real qualities of ivorthwiiile character are of moro avail In tho battle ot lite than mere erudition or aristocratic manners. MELSMW HER LIFE IN! when ho goes to New York for a This is graphically shown lob so that they can marry, she prom- ises to wait for him. He gets into difficulties through gambling, but her trust iu him does not tfaver and when she goes in search ot him, she suc- ceeds In piilllUK him out of the rnlro and making a man of him. The story is a strong onA and every scene ot tho photoplay hai a thrill distinctly its own. Wlss .Martin is well supported, Iier leading mati being Kalph Graves. Others in tho cast, are Lea 1'helps, Carmen Phillips, Stanhope croft, Herbert Standing. William Courtwright ami Bdylhe Chapman. the WHAT MISS EAGLE SAYS OF DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS One of the most attractive "Hip vaudeville 'bills of tho season wa thoroughly enjoyed hy a full lions at tho Colonial theatre last night. Tl theatro WHS -filled' to the d spite tho inclement vventlier, and wit today's fine weather prevailing, it anticipated that tho Colonial will 1 filled to taphclly asain tonight. Jeaimette, tlio dancing Easaphoi girl, opened the show with her neat musical specialty act. Unfortunately, Jeanelto'E trunks were delayed in ship- ment from Ciilsaty, and sho was com- pelled to put her act on minus her elaborate stage wardrobe, hut.in the face of this difficulty, she made ti big hit last night, responding to several I site ui IUUUIUIILOI GHCQTC5 hundred and I of aimam0nls..l am a believer in O11 the hill came tho Mys- callle, but no hoes, were Uie icague Of nations, hut, we who jivstos In one1 of tho most Unloaded at the yards today. The i possessions and ahovo all, market was choice steers Bo-lare at 12.25 and 13.75; good butchers 10.00 and 11.00, and common S.OO and j