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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 20. ItOO THK mHPnmr,E OAIf^Y HKnAU> FARMERSIN BARNWELL EAGER TO STARTIRK Close. 9� 90 V4 150 145 S36 606 ftntHmo, Mank M-In the local ma!k Barkat* today trade waa dull i*ltk'�ly  Mr daaaad for barlar a�4 tka toirar grada �f oau. The VtaataB for-lap irada oats la atlll 10 orar May vltk otkar apraada un-okaniad. PrtaMm on top grade bar-Itr rvaaiaa at 14c over May. with otkar naeaa tmckaaged to 1 l-ac bet-tar, Caah flax and rye spread! an-ckaagad. Oata eloMd Ic lover tor 'May, July 1 Me down; barley cloaed 1 a-4c lower May and July: las elooad le MgkcT for May. July le ap; rya eloaad l-de hitkar far May. Quatatlona: OATS- Open. May.............. 97>4 July............... 91% BARLBT- May.........>.... 162 July...... .... 144 May.............. 627 July........� .... 607 May................190 Caali Priaaa CAT8- No. � CM.., V7 No. 8 C.W... M Ko. 1 toai.. 9S Ko. 2 (aed.. n Traek ......................M BARLBT- ��. J� C.W...1�4 No. 4 C.W.. .14�H VOed ........................m Track ......................IBO PLAX- Ko. 1 K. W. C...............U2 Ko. t C.W.. .615 No. 3 C.W.. .466 Trtck.....................623 RYB~ Ko. s c: W. ...................1S�% Calgary Lhraatoek OALOART, March ��.-(Dominion Liveatock Branch)-Fire hundred and forty-nine cattle and 14f hoga. the latter on through billing to Mooae Jaw, were unloaded at the stock yarda on Sunday, none coming In today. Prices ruled about the same as the close of the week. Choice steers made |1S to tl4.35; good butchers fU to I12.60-, �toeker steers, M.2o to |9. S-4. Cangdian dollara opened at tl.M and advanced during the mom-tag to tl.U. Franc ehoquei opened �t 14.U to tho dollar, off 3S centimes, bat rolliad 7 eentliaaa at noon. Ger-nan marka aold at 1.84 casta each. ORAIN TOCKt Look With Optimism to Coming ScMon-Ncwly>wcdB Rgtuni fFrim Our Own Corr�a To natural history fiends a   gieat fight is on in the Loth- *  bridge district Many Indica-   tlons of returning spring life *  have been noticed, likewise a   good supply ot enow and k  "the early worm" that was lake also. ^ to remind us of stormy mouths �8� of winter. > FAVORIIEMOF ROLEIN'l'APACHE" Appears Ae French "Carmen of the Afiaches" and Haa Some Thrilling Adventurea. MONTREAL, March 27.-Another increase in the price of Victory bonds, the second to be announced in less than a week, was decided upon yesterday by the Victory Loan special committee at a meeting held liere yesterday. Advances from 1^ to a full point over tbe levels set at last Saturday's conference with the minister ot finance at Toronto, will be effective dating from today, bond houses and brokerage firms as well as the various tinanelat Institutions receiving ottlclal notice to this effect this morahig. All the Victory Loan maturities, excepting only the 1834 Issue, are affected by the decision of the committee, tbe old and new prices to tbe purchaser, plus accrued interest, being as follows: New Price. Old Price. Maturity. 1922 1923 1927 1833 1937 1824 1934 100 99% lOOH 101 Mt 108 9f 97 99% 99 >4 100 10014 103 97 SPEND $200,000 ON FUN FLON iNE EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY You've seen Dorothy Dalton as a western dance hall girl-as a travelling saleswoman-as a trained nurse -ae a society woman. You've seen her in almost every conceivable role, and you've liked her work in every one, haven't you? But conceive of Miss Dalton as a Parisian Apache-a dance hall girl in those mysterious haunts of Paris that the police never enter. And imagine the fire, the emotion, the bealBty that she would throw into such a role. . In "L'Apache," a new Paramount-Artcraft picture supervised by Thomas H. Ince, Miss Dalton has such a role. Only she isn't a real Apache, but an Amea'ican art student who has fallen into the clutches of the gang and can't escape. And for good measure, this popular Ince star poetrays.anotli-er role "in the same pictufe. So* you're ' seeing Dorothy Dalton in two ot her' This week's Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville show at the Colonial Theatre, which will be offered today and Tuesday Is Just about as fine a variety of acts as has been seen hero since the "Hip" started visiting Leth-bridge. j The Three Society Girls. In their meritorious presentation of "A Harmonious Vocal and Instrumental Study" will top tho bill. This trio of exceptionally clever girls present an offering consisting of instrumental selections rendered on tho piano, violin and cello, to which is added a series ot artistic vocal selections. The trio comprises Miss Jessie Glass, con-; cert planlate and sepraoo. Miss Bessie ' Peck, vlollalat and meiio-soprano, and ' Mlas Bleanor Jackaon, cellist and con- \ tralto. Their performance Is some-j thing unusual In popular vaudeville,! and on Ita shaer merits will win great; favor. j Edna and Paul, a team of versatile fun-makers will offer "An UpTo-Date Travesty," a snappy, happy combination of comedy singing and, dancing, j Dick Hamlin, "the man In Brown", and without a doubt one of the great-1 est all round dancers In vaudeville, ] will present his fast and furious danc-' ing specialty. He Is on entertaining comedian and will be a bright number of the new show tonight and Tuesday. Leonard and Ethel Foster, with their clever fancy roping and paper tearing novelty act will bring the show to a successful finish. This clever Western couple. In the garb of a cowboy and girl, will bring a dash of pep to the show. The new photoplay bill is excellent. Big Bill Desmond will top the bill in his latest dramatic feature "A Sage Brush Hamlet"-a new comedy drama in which Desmond appears to great advantage. The latest Pathe Review, tho Interesting novelty reel, and a fine comed.v entitled "Are Honeymoons Happy " will complete the sho^-not forgetting the fine orchestral concert to he offered by the Colonial Concert Orchestra under Charles Beresford's able dlrec TWO PIRCA ON U.9J- a pretty girl who worn lio-wltchiiiK nighties interf.".nl "with tho efforts of a "locooii" cowboy to carry out a rovonne-ful feud-a roUicldng comedy drama with n wild western bacU-ground. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Finest Orchestra in tho City, The Novelty Reel PATHE REVIEW Added Comedy Feature "Are Honeymoons Happy?" -Same Popular "Hip" Prices-Adults 60c Children 25c Special Kiddles' Matinee Tues day Aftfrneon at 4 o'clock. ^^ROTHY 'TON N- L'Apache'' -IN- An amii:ln,(;ly vivid picture of tho ni,';lu life oC Paria-ot tho ".spenders" in fjiirish cafes, o:' the str;\nBC "hulf-worUl". of the f;e;-c'o Apaclios. Two vionieu. One, rich, frivolous, anil worse; sooklnK the I'lMirldo of life in the plea-sure p;).Uu'p.h of tho BoulovnTds; long-(UK for lov-' from tlic man who had tired of hur. AnorJior, jioor, uufort.\inate, seoUiiig r.scape from the Apacho "king" who Wiiilightlnt; her, bo;!y iind kouI. One iiicjht. tlicRt' Iwo womfMi moot. Tho f;uo I one, t\v>n\iiUn!i' from n wild AiKichc d^inco. The other. cru.sluMl v.itb shi-mo an 1 (iisiUusionmrnl. When the two men, their "musters." moot, two world of Paris rush lo',,re!hcr: llio rest of the sVory you won't soon forgot. Como! Also Christie Comedy, "Pjogy Moves In," and Brigg'a Comedy, "A Rainy Day," and Olive Baker Whyte. SPANISH INFLUENZA A preat many authorities have predicted a return ot that terrible plague which swept Canada from one end to tho other not long ago and left so many deaths in its wal?e, and those who did survive were left in a groat many cases with some serious after effect such as weak heart, shattered iiorve^, inipovorishod blood and u general weake-ned and exhausted condition of tho system. If you are run down, lieart not just right, nerves a little shaky, take a few boxes ot Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills and fortify your system against this terrible plague. If yo\\ had tho "Flu" before and it left you with any bad after effecU Mil-bum's Heart and Nerve Pills will bring you back to health and strength Mrs. C. C. Palmer, Keppel, Sask., %vrite8;-"I wish to Inform you of the great good Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills did for me. After a bad attack of the Simnlsh influenza my heart and nerves .were loft in a very bad ciondltlon. I got two boxes of your pills and must say they are the best 1 ever used, and I have taken a great many different kinds. I will always keep Heart and Nervo Pills In tbe house." GEN; D'ESPEREY | price 50c a box at all dealers or French general, who has gono to mailed direct on receipt of prlc# by Constantinople to take complete com-Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, luouU of the alil^'l iii-ces there. Oif*.-AUvortiscment Geraldlne Parrar'a new Goldwyn picture, "The World and Its Woman," by Thompson Buchanan, is the biggest production In point of setting, story and emotional content. In v;hlch she has yet appeared. For the picturlzatlon of this tremendous story. Goldwyn has surrounded Miss Farrar with as flno a cast as It was possible to obtain. Her husband, Lou Teilegen, plays the leading male role. Frank Lloyd, who ranks among the best directors In the profession, was chosen to guide the production. Moreover, the expenditure of thousands of dollars for the erection ot alngle scenes evidences the care and elaborateness with which the picture was made. Moreover, spoclallets on Russia wore SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT ONLY SHIRLEY MASON Daintiest of Stars, In "THE FINALCLOSE-UP" ALSO "THE BLACK SECRET" AND "HOW DRY I AM" Rolln Comedy Adults 26o Children lOe m mm HER5- WAS AN AMAZING LOVE THAT KNEW NO DEFEAT. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY lOinphasiiiiig every phase of human emotion, this new and tremendously produced' Garaldino l'>,rrar picture will thrill 'you as you have never haen thrilled bcl'oro. It isi tho iwml ntlrring und dnimatlc screen roprcsentivtlon Ihut you liavo seen In year;;. It is sweeping the oountry into one vast army of cntbuahistis. Whan you see this you will be sure to say that it is the greatest and moat Btlmulutiug photoplay you have over seen. Note Our Prices: AduIU ... 35c Children ... 10c 73 ;