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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 24, 1920 nm V IIFRAU> PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE WIK-.VIPEG. .March market today for cash coarse grains xvaa the uulewit for some weeks, tho session being absolutely featureless. Trading Inlhe future markets was of a very Hfht rolnme, with all priced showing'ah' easier tendency through- cut. Oats closjd Vie higher tor 'May, July v.c up; barley vloied Sower for ttc down'; flax closed 10" c.nd Sc lowcn. for May and July, re- spectively; rye lower. Open.' Wi Close 10S 151S MS 526 191 167V G40 BIO 95V_ May July......... Mny July July Jlay Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 C.W.MOlvi' No'. 3'C.W. No. 1 Feed.. 9614 No. 2 Feed Track HAHLEY-r No. 3 No. -5 C.W.. 13754 JN'O.'1 NiW.tt ..................537 Nu. 3 C.W.. .550 No. 3 C.W.. .470 Track RYE- No. 2 C.W..-. j Exohange Up NEW YORK, March Cana dlan'ddltar.was quoted at 90.80 cents a new high In 'tho present upwar movement; at ttfe opanlng of tho fo exchange market here -loday. Th English pound sterling was quoted a }3.81, or %c above yesterday's cloee Franc" cheques sold at the rate 14.27 .for the 'American dollar, up centimes, and lire cheques at the rat of 13.37, up'40 centimes. Genna marks .iverp quoted at 1.27 eaci Later sterling roso to 53.88V, and I1 strength was attributed to reports tha Great BrKain's exports arc now nea ly at the pre-war rate :ind that co tinental countries are buying Knglia bills. .Canadian dollars advanced to 91.4 cents, franc cheques to 14.14, unit Hi cheques lo 19.72. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, March LU-estock.. toda; 700 hogs, and 03 sheep Trading was quiet this morning an there was'iitlle activity to the ma tet." The demand for butcher steers showed a falling off and quotations for this class of stock will likely de- cline before .the close of the day. (jholco butcher heifers snd cows firm, 1 other grades slpw and slightly lower, Stocker and feeder trade active at un- changed quotations. One load of choice feeder alters changed hands at (11.40. Bulls and veal calves steady, one good bull .lopped at TORONTO'S NEW DOG HOSPITAL DEAF MUTE BURST INTO SPEECH OVER LLOYD DOQ Of" fTLEflS 0r GIVIN3 E L EOTR 1Cft L MAS S A.G Now thai Harold Lloyd has -jacked lib trunk, tho dust from Ihe .Jay White Way during lU recent visit, !u New Yurk, and re- urned lo his studio in (be land of sunshine and flowers, designated Call- 'ornla on the map, theruja less rivalry among iho errand bors ol a certain printer who does a lot ol work tor Pathe, Iho dlu ributors ol the Harold Lloyd comedies. This rivalry was discovered one day when ono of the boys llarula l-loyd at Ihe 1'atUo office and marked, "Now 1 know why 'Dummy' tltvays wants to corao so he can see Harold "Dummy" is a hoy wlict was born deaf and dumb, hut who has'learnec lo Just how much he could talk, no one had been able lo tell, havluR hoard ultu Gay dot mucli (han "Good morrihig." But thai li has a good-sized vocabulary was dls- osed when he came In one morning. Is eyes sparkling and his younf; face airly radiant. "Is Harold l-loyd hi he skeil. llo was told thai Mr. Lloyd had just arrived in New York that day, M him! I saw him! I know him right see a lot of his pic- k -tures. IB he having, a Or ho making a new and so orth the boy chatted nbou-t Ills fav- orite comedian. The nev.-est -picture Harold Lloyd lands the laughs out in is "From Hand to -Mouth." It ia two-reels 6f the essence of joy, and will bo shown at Siariand for three days, commenc- ing Thursday. COUNTRY STORE "VODVIt- NITE" AT COLONIAL FRIDAY NIGHT Football, Racing, Rowing Are AH on the Bill The Rac- ing Favorites .ONDON, March Canad- ian Is 0119 of the big weeks of Old Country sport, for be side the culminating- interest of the football arena, the flaf racing season opened on Monday at-Lincoln; Grand National, acclaimed as greatest horse race In the world. Is run 'atLiverpool.on Friday, anl on "Hack to God's Country11 great stage success, which Oliver Mor- thcatre now playing.! OFCO produced fpr long runs in New almost he said to be In lova with her In her latest production, "The Home Town Girl." which will he shown at Slarland tonight. Jliss Slartln play the role of a qualn-', little New Kng lauil Rlrl, whose fidelity In the man she loved Is as immovable as the mountain. It. In.tho sort ot rolo han gained for her tho great artny admlrera or which ebe can, but doe not, hoaat. It is predicted tha', "Tho Horn TOV.TI .Girl" will rank among th hest pictures ot its class. In fue story, she plays the rol Nell Fanshawo, who sticks to her soda fountain lover through thick and thin and hy her falthfnlnesh helps him out nf one of life's pitfalls after which, together, they cmhart: on tho highway of success and hniiplticfs. Ralph Graves is tlie leading man. 'be Bring -the kiddles. Did ygu ever see tho a hoy or Birl who >was not fastinalc-il by animals. Sixteen (Hferent play the cunningest and' most York and on Ihe rofld. "With- a copy of the manuscript.11 FRid -Mr. Karger, "NTa7imova lefj. New York foi' her country home. With her Saturday 'th'e sluggish, waters of the Thames will see a renewal of the his- toric struggle between dark and light j blue. Easter falling put the boat race ahead of Its usual time, .and j U Is seldom that- it IB rowed in the same week ae the Grand National. The date ot the great cross-country race at Alntree Is Itself set. by opening ot the flat racing season. For more' than halt a cegtury flat racing season has begun at Lln- Hog market weak, buyers blddins coin "In the veelt that Include8 March 520.50 for selects, fed and watered, he- Ing a SOc decline over yesterday's close nnd for the week. Bhtfep and lamb market steady, with light receipts. Calgary Livc-ticck CAIXSARY, March and twenty-eight cat.Ue and 213 hogs, 81 of which v.-ere on through billing lo Moose Jaw; wcro unloaded at' the ftochy.irds today. I'rlces were good nnd huslneas lively. Prime steora, H2.00 lo good butchers, SIO.OO ta prime cows, J10.50 to S1Z.OO; good hutchnts, J9.00 ?10.00; com- mon cows, to bulcber bulls, to IS.25. N'o hogs were soM at noon. 1 N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK, lltirrh prices: C. P. R. U. S. fileel U. S. Sleel preferred H3. 25." .showing at-the Bmnrcss tbt-alrc Tn the opinion of Maxwell Knrger, 3 DAYS Tins week's country store "vodvil at the Colonial will bring forth-, scores of ueiv novelties and surprises, all of which tire already lined up. Tbo fir.n this Friday night will be a in a gni fie out set ol silverware valued Jlo.OO, and tho second prize will be a beautiful ot fruit dishes, a large Irult and half a tfozen finall serving all beauti- fully hami-painted. A great array of other prices will he liandcd out. -._ Tho wliolR affair v.'JH bo staged on a new scale and will likely attract the same record Country Store night crowds to die Colonial on Friday. THURS. FRF. SAT. KFiSL COMEDY' FROM GUARANTEED UNDER THE PURE FOOD WITH PLENTY OF LAUGHS MIXED WITH SPICE, Coming so early In the season, the clash of racing seen at Lincoln Is of no very high standard. Owners are reluctant to run horses still after the winter layoff, but some rery good sport Is, nevertheless, 'provided. The Lincolnshire Handicap Tun to- morrow, tbe' first handicap of the rac- Metro, presents N'aziniova in her super; ing season, is an historic fixture. Tho dramas of tho screnn. the photo handicap was a particularly good one. Auction of the recent stage success; so far as advance betting goes, and "The wlltr 4hl9 supreme actress there Is no red-hot favorite. Sir: as its star, not only serves to estab- George Noble's Uruff Bridge. successful two-year-old, last sea; _____ ftot In well on tbe weights, and wlthjmova ns a dramatist of tho highest James Whko's Berkeley, stands favor-' God's Charles Bryant, she read turn re-read 'The Brat1' and each timo with .added enthusiasm. "Beiiis of a very impulsive nature she decided then and there to adapt It, .and.Ihe manner in which she has ac- quilted herself from a .lechnical view-1 point is a permanent proof of n skill in Ibis direction that fully equals her marvellous histrionic and emotional ability.'.' June Mathis made Hie scenario o: "The Brat" from Nazimova's working synopsis. "The Brat" is now being shown at Cho Colonial theatre. ALL PHOTOPLAY FANS LOVE VIVIAN MARTIN Star Is Delightfully Cast In "The Home Town Girl." ,i t ai t't Sir: as its star, not only serves to eslan-1 an veryliish more firmly her wonderful t that those wh ason, i tlonn! (clients, hut nlso ncclnims N'aui- ThaLshc is "the sweetest little girl iii the is a phrase that is gradimlly liecomitit; linked with the naitiG of Vivian Martin, who stars in Paramount pictures. Miss Martin's livars 'sc unaffected ho EPS her pictures might tfAZIMOVAJrv'THE. At the Colonial, Starting Tonight. ite at S to 1. Mr. Thorhurn's Mon- telth for a time topped tho list, hut. order. "Through till thr, successive from -'.lifi selection of Ihc ph ive stops It in.t U. S. POLITICIAN OROPS DEAD W'ASHINOTON, March GEiitatlve W. ,T. Browning, oi Camden, dropped dead today in a harbor shop at the'cinitol. being reported off In Ms the consideration ot Us motion pic went (0 longer odds, but now: turc iwsslhililies, which were wcigheij quoted at 9 to 1. on the Eoverest and the deci- Scalwell, Royal Bucks and Violin-' flon to produce Ihe play on the cello are quoted at 100 to 6; Paraguay said Mr. Knrger, "Nazimovn. IS to i; Panegal 20 to 1; Ample 2S hus shown herself not only conversant to I, and Dromle 28 to 1. I wlth-.-the most minute details.of pro- The Lincolnshire usually produces iducliun and picture values, hut also ;i The Tho -jtcJc- ing cougn that makes your throat your tioa'l ache in best treatoj hy taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It is entirely diltcrcnt from othel cough nmlldnca. Cor it not only Ecollies, but nlso heatn, reslorlnrt (ho narls to a hentihy condition. a big field and tbero is always a big keenness of vision _ seldom exhibited turnout on account of the racing pub- even hy producers." Ho. While In Now York last season in I search of sullablc material for her Uc.rccn appearances, Nazimova canio MRS, HUMPHREY WARD DEAD Up0n "The M.imlo Kulton's LONDON. March Hum- phrey Ward, the novelist, died ol heart today in a London hos- P'.lal. rlodayandTomorrcw 40c; Children 10j' HELD OVER FOR TWO MORE DAYS THE WONDERFUL PICTURE MADE 8Y THE CALGARY PHOTOPLAY CO. TONIGHT Vivian Martin HELD OVER 2 PORCUPINE'S NEEDLES AND ANIMAL TERROR OF CAMERA CLICKS TEST HUMAN PATIENCE Using Big Number of tAln OenlMni In "Back to God's Country" Have Gabre It's ft bear of a picture, llnino Is right In it. This picture Is a Wrd; in fact sev- eral birds and sixteen wllcl inlmala besides. V.'atch ftT the great ring liatllo tie- Ixvften Dcnipsey Cnbhy ninl Cubby, tliese two scrappy hears stage a great boxing match. 1'ershfng Is "Back to Owl's Couiilry." Don't miss the picture Ot the Em- prtFS Thcolro now. An actual battlo botvccn a power- Cut, eat-Age Dune' wolf dog and an cntlro team of In somcthlnK you never neta. They fight lo "THE HCME I TY M If you want In laugh; if you on Joy clean comedy. Sec this pro- gram. BEN TURPIN and CHA-S. LYNN in "NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HIM" A TwcHteei Idol of Fun NEWS" nr.'J "PATHE WEEKLY" Come Early If You Want a Scat AdultJ 25c Children 10c and Thursday POSITIVELY TWO DAYS ONLY. LAUGH WITH CRY WITH SYMPATHIZE WITH HER! Nell Shipman in (Beck to God's Cpti Are You Tired of the Commonplace Films? THEN SEE THIS ONEI The ef Dolores, the Swimming Qlrl of trie Wifrfs in the beautiful and thrilling pkturiratlon of JAMES OLIVER CUR- WOOD'S ttory "Wapt, "Good Housekeeping." OLIVE BAKER'WHYTE, YOUR SONGS AND AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA. Come Evirly and ftteura a flood Stat, Seatj W.lll Bo Scarce, Adapted from Maude Fulton's Stage Success and Pressntccl In Seven Bubbling fi-As by Richard A. Rowland and Kargcr.. Direstod by Herbert Blachc. Nights at 7 and 9. 40c ;