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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f UESMV, 'MARCH so, 1920 THK LF.'iHBmnOE DAILY PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS LH WINNIPEG, March local market was listless today, with the volume.of business small and alt fluc- tuations of a Tory narrow nature. Th? cash nurkeU were very and of- ferings of i lujht nature. There was a fair, demand for tho straight grade oats, spreads woro unchanged to Ic lower. Barloy, flai asJ rye spreads were Oats closed Ic higher for May and 1 l-2c up for 'July; barley 7-So higher for May and l-2c up for July; Das Ic higher for May and 3c higher for July, and o'P 1 l-4c higher for May. Open. Close. May 95 S7 July 91 92 160 655 507 Livestock today i were 91 cattle and 131 hoge. Light) trading was In progress this morning' approximately 250 caltlo Icing the total offered for sale. The market was generally steady wltli good qual- ity female butcher tlock slightly stronger. Best steers tlS.50. There Is also a good demand at the present lime tor milch cows, but this class of Block la arriving In small numbers. Bidding on the hog martet opened at 520.50 for selects, ted and watered, this being la line with yesterday's close. New York NEW YORK. March C. V. R. U. S. 101; U, S. ttecl preferred 112 3-8. May July Jlay July May 191 100 Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 OS No. 3 C.W... Eitra No. 1 lead 84 No. 1 feed.. S3 No. 2 feed.. P2 Track 87 The Metropolitan Life Made a World Record for Business in 1919 Nn t fvf-'itiv vn j n-m tuv clalras. traceable to tho epidemic P.ed Influenza, which e.ilended rougi i speaWng. over tho period from Si The anr.ua! report of tho Metropol- itan Life Insurance Company, whk-li is summarized today, shows that tho Metropolitan hrolco all the world's records for business In 1015. During the early part of Ihe year, man> claims, traceable to tho epidemic of roughl) tembra-, 1918, to March, 1S19. figured in the mortality of the; Company, al though eonoral health conditions dur ing Ihe year -were better than usual [The Induslrlat death rate In 1913 wag the lowest In tho history ot the Com pany. Notwithstanding the current stories spending on the part o hSdred ltose receiving more monev than V ?t the Com Track No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C.W...61G RTE- No. 2 C.W. ...................191 Calgary Livestock ...160T4 ..............523 Np. 3 C.W...456 ............523 re at the stockyards today. The market was slightly lower than yesterday and pany indicates that a greater number Than ever are saving their money anc no choicB hMf n, thm ever aK saTlnE their oni steers il "to insurance for th, ,H.P sfockers protection of their families. Increase, lu aiucAers of good weight J9.25 to good cows, J11.25; common cows to 18; stocker heifers. J7 to 57.50; good veal calves fo J10. Ing for selecls, off cars. Winnlpes Livestock WINNIPEG, March protection of Ihelr families. Increase! wages, together with the fact that the Influenza epidemic brought new em phasis to the need of life insurance offer- Conrtipatkm, Pflw and Stomach Ills Can be Cured by Internal Bathing. Constipation is tho cause of most of the Ills common to people now-a- days. It comes mostly from neglect in jot heeding the signs which nature has been trying to give in that every- thing Is not right within. Stomach ills, headache, loss of appetite, im- jjuro blood, rheumatism, piles, pains In tho hack, Isck of energy and sleep- lessness are in most cases due to 'Im- perfect elimination or conifipatlon To be healthy aJI tho time you mus'' be clean and the J. B. L Cas- cade, need with pure sterilized water Is tho only perfected appliance ever devised for this purpose. It is caay pleasant to use, and nnr member of the family can be benofitted by Its use. When the system Is kept clean there IB no cbance for germs to lodgo and the many easily contracted under other clrcumslances be avoided. Thousands of Canadians have ,'been restored to perfect health by tie J. B. Cascade. If you don't feel well all the time, just try Internal Bathlnff. Then you will appreclafo the advant- ages it has over any other means of restoring y'par health. Pilfs aro dan- teroui. Pcn't be continually taking medicine for constipation. Bathe In- ternally. used in of al! of whom, appreciate Its .wonderful value. It Is being shown and explain It, uciiis aiiuvm Bna explain- KOTK now s ed at the Red Cross Drug Book dresses rather than auita, and Co., Limited, who will be pleased to wraps have been discarded giro you a. wonderful and Instructive book by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell, called "Tho What, the ternal Advertisement OR. CUNO Director of the Hamburg-American Inc. whom President Eiierl has'ap- pointed Minister of Defense to suc- ceed Gustav N'Oike. Cuuo followed Bal- :iu in steamship control. Ell CUMM IN BR1AI PICTURE I Che show la the Wtlh her again be surrounded by the delightful comic Miss Titus is a Ssi to company of English players so havo about the studios, (or her rare ably supported Mm in "The LucK of good humor wise underspending the Navy." havo made her a Kelcoms frend to .Mr. Hutchison will seen in "Gen- all the fire hundred actors and other eral Post" at thS -Majestic theatre for workers about the Goldwyn stud! IB. two nights starting next Friday and "The 13th Indicts Pampered Wife Who Oe- All. Socialists and Trade Unionists Make fer With King Christian COPENHAGEN, March Social- ist and trade unionist representatives wh'o conferred with King Christian ast night regarding the crl.-ls which has arisen in Denmark as a result'of the dismissal of Premier Zahl's cabi- net, demanded tiio immediate rein- statement of the Zahle ministry, an Immediate call for a meeting of parlia- ment and mice more Stories about married are always interesting. H-jpert Hush- es' "Thirteenth Commandment" cre- a 'when it ran serially in a popular magazine and later as a novel. Xow it has hccn adapted to the screen aacl will be shown with Clnylon In the leading role at the Em- press Theatre for two days comrjcnc- iug tomorrow. The heroine is the pampered daughter oi a middle merch- ant. She lias always had all she want- and, when she becomes engaged to a young New Yorker, supposes him to bp'ricli because lie. spends lots ot money on her. But a (rip to the me- tropolis s'now.s her that he is really poor.and is making tremendous sac- rifices' In order to satisfy her whims. Other dramatic developments con- vince her of tlio Injustice of the alti tudc'of the pretty woniau who de- mands a heavy financial tribute from her husband for simply being Idle and extravagant. She pursues an indeivendenl c.iiver ami, .whc-n her fiance Is icadv to wed to him on a 'fifty-fifty'1 basis, Miss Clayton 15 supported by a fine cast, which includes Anna Q. Nils- son..: Monte Blue, Charles Meredith, and Irving Cumminjs. It la a Para- ninnnl-Artcraft picture directed by Robert C. Vtgnola. Tonight for the last time, Dorothy Dalton'Lin and a good comedy program. FINE VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL No better Hip Vaudeville has been seen at the Colonial Theatre this sea- son, than the new hill which was pre- sented to a capacity house at Ihe Col- onial Theatre last night. Heading tlie bill are the Three Soc- Icly Girls, in as artistic an act as can and the Government's scheme ot Wa Risk Insurance, which placed th amount needed by the average mai at ten thousand dollars, are reflects in Ihe world-breaking record that tin Company made in writing new Insur ance. total new business was oni billtou four hundred and eighteen mil lion six hundred and thous and, four hundred and ninety-two do! lars, an amount greater than was eve placed by any company In liny yea anywhere. People In all circumslau ces seem lo have held the same alt! tudo toward the taking ot new in sin ance, because the so-called Ordiuar insurance, tho larger policies, an ounted to almost eight hundred mil lies dollars, anil the Industrial, th small policies on which premiums :ar paid weekly, to something over fiv hundred million dollars, while the comparatively new branch known as Group Insurance, where employers lako policies covering Ihelr employees reached the total oi nearly one hun- dred and twenty-two million dollars. The total number, of policies outstand- ing Is for the enormous total of Tho Income of the Company amount- ed lo two hundred and fifty-four mil- lion seven hundred and twcnl.y.nine thousand increase over tne previous year of more than fifty-four and a half million dollars. The as- sets of the Company increased during 1910 by and lota! Dividends to bo paid io polio- holders this year are Claims paid numbered averago of one every thirty seconds of each business day of eight hours, while the amount paid to policy-holders dur- ing the year was over Eeventy.three and a half million dollars, or an aver- i Cascade Is now being aEo of a rrlmito of each bust- rids nf r'on-irlfnn hnmnt.1 TlPSt; of constitutional conditions connln'. Dficlar.itions were made these demands were rejected nil Dain- isli trade unions would call a meet- ing today wilh a view lo declaring a general strike. Crowds hi the public squares up to an early hour Ibis morn-, ing were Tuisiug cries for llie estalj- possibly he desired even by the most discriminating theatre socr. These that if .young ladies offer a repertoire of classical instrumental music, upon piauo, violin, and cello, to which they acld.wjth beautifultyjblended voice; number of vocal selections. They to a-iileasing stage appearance, and cer- tainly Oeserve the hearty applause lishment of a republican form of gov- which Is Riven their, efforts io please. ornincnt for Denmark. Slight disturb- of thi; calibre will certain- ances occurred while soldiers were strengthen the "Hip" in this city. occupying one of the squares .and cries of live the republic'" were heard during the nfght. M. Horsing, one of the ministers in the new cabinet formed by M. Liehe, an advocate of the high court, to talte tho place of tlie Xahlc ministry, was reported this morning as saying the new government intended elec- tions before summoning tho parlia- ment to consider Ihe question ot f-lenslnirg, the principal town in the second plebiscite zone. The crisis arose over tho disposition of tlm sec- ond Schleswig zone, wlitch the Zahle ministry considered .settled in favor of Germany by the recent plebiscite. The opposition, however. Insisted there should be a provisional inter- New York now neenis to favor fur charming cape-llko wraps of soft tne'Way ST JSRSuSSSr Ask 'M" JTcStT'" Will Mdil'NSw" 'he Same bi" B'M> "GENERAL POST' COMING When Mr. Percy Hutchison visited Lethbridee In "The Luck of the Navy" with his London Company, he announced tliit he waa postponing hlsi return to England In order to comply wilh the many requests ho has re-! already the demand for seats haa been greater than for any other' attraction this Eeason. "DUMBELL8'1 RETURN TO MAJESTIC APRIL 6 "Biff. Blag. Bang." the greatest M. Piunkell ami his Dumbells with a medal and address in com< menioration of Iheir splendid success. Thero only other public appearance before coming to Canada was lu Ixin- don, where they played i1. mouth, two weeks of they appeared In the famous Coliseum, where they played to people. All of Iho original company, who survived (ho war, are now In Canada and their forthcoming appearance here premises to be one of the finest and certainly the most unique and In. terestlng theatrical engagements ever staged in this city. chlson decided lo present for his adian a'idleucea in melodrama, Terry and Is brimming with sparkling the war from a naval point of view, so does "Oencral Post" deal with It from a military aspect. In "The Luck o! the Navy" Intensely dramatic situat- ions were relieved by comedy, while! in "Oeneral Post" the chief charm of the play Is in Its whimsical humor and delightful love intereit. .Mr. Hutchison has brought the en- tire production for "General Post" from his theatre la London and will TOO Death only matter of short Don't wait 'until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid i painful consequences by taking COLDMEDAL world's standard remedy lot Hdutr, I liver, bladder and uric acid Nit-anal Remedy of Holland since 1695. Guaranteed. All druggists, SOc. a box. LMk (or tin Htm. Gold and Foster offer a neat fancy roping and paper tearing act which Is a distinct novelty, and which pleases. Dick Hamlln offers a dancing act which contains plenty of new mater- ial. He has a line of comedy chatter which-gets Ills audience In a good Unmbr, am] goes through a routine of difficult'danclng which is clevor. Edna and Paul offer their clever coriedy act entitled "An Travesty." This pair of versatile per- formers have a nicely arranged act, which Is oripn.il aud novel. Their dancing is calchy. and Ihelr sinking ot a number ot novelty songs is pleas- Ing. The photon'nvs are right up to the nationalization of Flensburg and thclniark. Big Dill Desmond is peon in second zone. M. Rovsing declared the "A Sage Brush latest new minialry would endeavor to sc-i Pathe Tlevicw is an intcreslitig as ever cure tho Internationalization ot the sec-! and an eTcellent Comedy entitled ond zone, Klensburg, The Bcrlingsko Tidende today de- clares the. entire civil community "must riso against the terrorism of a general strike." King Refuses COPENHAGEN', March Christian announced today his refusal to comply with the ultimatum of tho Social-Democrats demanding the re- instatement of the Hahle minlslry dis- missed by tho king and other action demanded in connection with the gov- ernment crisis. The demand was made under the "Aro Jloneymonns out tho show to the tune of a sp'emlid orchestra, by Chare "THE FINAL CLOSE UP" SO GOOD THAT StARLAND PLAYING IT AGAIN TONlttHT of tlie Rmuslng oiter- tainin? comedy drr.mas ever shown in the city Is "The Final Close-Up" which was shown at Starland yesterday and will'.be shown again tonight, in fact threat that the Danish trade unions -It Is so goou that the management de- would meet today with a view of de-'chlcd, after seeing It. that it would claring u general strike if Ihe king be ft shame not lo give everyone an did not comply. j opportunity to see It. The program The action demanded Included the! lonight will be entirely a comedy pro Immediate summoning of the Iligsdag as the foaSuro is so delightfully and the restoration of constitutional conditions. FRENCH GOVERNMENT GETS CONFERENCE VOTE PATHS, March chamber of deputies today expressed Us confid- ence in tho government by a vole ot 618 to 70. The vole followed the de- bate on interpellations on tho gov ernmcnt'8 foreign policy. funny lind there will be three reels 'of comedy In addition. The manage- ment guarantees lo make you laugh or refund your money. COMIC GENIUS W FARRAR PLAY Ail liver diseases of whatever char-j acter.arc diseanes of the highest im- porlatce and demand close attention. The liver, is the largest and one of the most organs of the body. Its duty Is to prepare and -se- crete bile, and serve as one of the filters of lliu body, cleansing it of all Impuritfes; and poisons. Therefore when tlie liver gets out ot order it Is the starling of trouble In nearly every part of the body. Keep 'tiie liver active by usi'nfi Mil- burn's 'Lav'a'-IJver Pills and you will ictisndss, sick or bilious headaches, dull, yellow' 'eyes, hrowii blotches, sal- low complexion, coaled tongue, jaun- dice, catarrh'of the stomach, 07 the painful p'roTruding internal or bleed- ing piles. Jt-h'ri 'Ka'dey, Ciilpman. N. B., have used Milburn's Laxa- Livcr'Pills for'some time and can re- commend 'them' lo any ono suffering from hcifrlburn ami iiver trouble. tried other remedies, but they only re- lieved' me for a1 sliorl time. I always locommeml Lnxa-Liver Pills to all sufferers fls' I 'think they aro a val- uable Milburn's Laxa-Uver Pills are 25c a vlnTat nil dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, .WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY No Advance in Prices for This Show. is the Thirteenth Ccm- mandment? if you're u woman you ought to know. If you're 3 better see this amazing picture. And be sure "ehe" comes along! A Vivid DrfvTiatlratlon of the famous novel by Rupert Hughes PARAMOUNT MACK SENNETT COMEDY TODAY FOR THE LAST TIME DOROTHY DALTON Tlie Hest Show In Town. 'THE FINAL CLOSE-UP': Tliis Is so good that we arc playing it again today so that everyone may have an opportun- ity to see it. 'LOVE'S FALSE FACES' Two-Reel Paramount-Semielt Scream, aud "HOW DRY 1 AM" Ilolin Comedy This is An All Comedy Program IF YOU DON'T LAUGH WE GIVE UP YOUR CASE AS. HOPELESS. TONIGHT Extra Spools! Feature Photoplay Attraction BIQ WILLIAM DESMOND "A SAGE BRUSH HAMLET" COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA PATHE REVIEW "Are Honcymoor.a Socialistleader in Sweden, wlio haa Just succeeded To Interject rich, living comedy Into B sombre and pnlhcllc situation lg the difficult task accomplished by Lydla Ycamans Titus in Geraldinc Karrar's latent Goldwvn production, "The World Its Woman." which will ba presented at Starland tomorrow and Thursday. Miss Titus Is tho only pur-1 son In a long cast of characters who presents the humorous aspect of ov- cry. scene In wlilch she appears. Her rolo of Mnmle Connors, n small- time American vaudeville actress stranded in whose art "knock- ed 'em oir their feel In Wichita, Kan- sas." bill wlio earned a "frostoil mll- len" In her one and only show In Pclrrgrart, gives this consummate genius ot the comic Innnmernblo on- poTtiiiitlos to exploit her tiniijiio per- sonalfly. sho conceives tho part of the slangy, gunvcticwing vaudeville actress wilh Just pnough vulgarity (o be funny. Never docs aho exaggerate her role. In her eyes, the ncls of nil the HusRlans who come within her range of acquaintance must bear com. parlson with the things they do In America. And of course, making no allowances for differences In tem- perament. In govcrnmen! nnd in ed- iicalfon. her comments nnd her actions ludicrous. Burins tho filming' lit "The World and Us even (ho aclors could not. resist the comic Inlerjcctlons of Titus. Sho literally "etjpped STARLAN TOMORROW AND WONOER.FUL WORLD AND ITS WOfefAN" AN AMAZING LOVE STORY IN RtOAL One of thost gigantic productions that startie the screen world only once In a .For ille first time in her career Oeraldine Farrar appears with hei'i husband, Loir-Telleghen. For (he first time In her careef Gsraldine Farrar is backed by super-production that Is already astonishing moving picture gours throughout the country. Popular "Hip" Adults 60c Children 25c WEDNESDAY NIGHT Loads of Hnppy. Snnppy N'ovci- Early! GREAT DOUBLE BILI, Alice Brady -IN-, 'His BritiEl llgjit" The first five-acl fcahire, funnier "Twin more laughable than. "Charley's Aunt" An adaptation of successful stage play. AND DAVID BELASCO The Eminent AclorJIanager, la "A STAR OVER NIGHT" The most notnulo ECrccn event of Mio season. Same Popular Pr'ces for the Double Bill: Adults 35o Children lOc Colonial ;