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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THB LEi'HmUnCHi TTSILY HKKALD MAY fi PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS Jlay of offerings with very little business transacted; again featured the total cash today. Oats were iu good demand for the lover grades unhanged. Uarley and rye remained iu willi ticallv none ueiug offered. With u and few offerings, !he llax market was-extremely dull. Oais chiscd 1 3-lc higher for May: 1 i-5c up for July, and 7-Si: higher for October. Barley ilosed 5-Sc. higher for Max- End 1 1-So, nlehnr for July. Flat closed'S4e higher for May, anil 2r up for July. May rye idbsad Higher. Quotations: Open. May July....... October May....... July....... May....... July offered is concerned, is evidenced by Ihc followlnE .program vhicli will IK' presented during tio ueek. Tiiori1 will te three eiutin.1 of pro- Rrani. ou Monday, Walnesduy anil Kri d.'.v. Monday will SiV nil- other preat Hippodrome Circuit Yanit ville Sbmv us ihc liiiiiu attraction. O Tho vaudeville bill will bs seen following tour fine ;icts; Wells ai 103'i S5> 164's- -.05 M'O Close. US ICC'.i Toby, iu a "different" novelty net in1 which is introduced comedy ics. comedy njxl soma rlevi.' pamomirains; Pick ililrer and Muriel Vance In ojd in talk sous; Jiaiuiy an'athletic sym uastic comedian' and Cowan and i Lloyd in a aeu' untl clissy act. The photoplay tor Monday am! j will be. the melodramatic comedy drama. ".A.Fugitive From Mat- iu w-hich the1 popular star. H. B. Warner, appeura la the leading Tho laie't PaCie Review'and i n fint? comedy will complete the show f for Monday and' Tuesday. On Wednesday aiid Thursday, one of the mosf notable screen events of the season will oo the appearance at. the Colonial of the- distinguished ac- tor, ilr.. Tyrone r-oreer, iu iho start- lins morality play. ''Where Are My The appearance ol .Mr. I'owcr on tho screen at Ihe Colonial will be a timely event, considering ike tact that Mr, appeared in in the eily short tiwo ago. Aro My la prob- ably tho most dirUig ii'.ai ever taken. ;i is being esiiorsed by i-ress and clergy everywhere It la be- This Is tlie. first unie tnat a picture or ibis nature has beou al- lowed u> bo shown to audiences, ami It Is aa cctto'.ylcdeei that everyone. OTsr tho age. of sixteen y-j-jrs ?ce the picture. On nljhi. ihu pojular Coun- try Store Vodvil Nice will be staged. The feature a'.lraetlon for Friday ami Saturday wll! ba the king of the west- ern charaste.- actors; Harry.Carey, in very latest praluctiou, ".Varked a seat plcturizalton of Peter is. story. day and Tuesday In a ylajr raited Gambling in Souls." This Is a story I i In which a woman returns to a hhe. same kind ot brutal treatment he I ihad accorded her tamlly. This maa. la broker, gets Robert Dunnius to In- vest hts fortune la oil stocks that are worthless. Dunning, ruined. kUla hlra- Lelf. Buuuing's-widow, Traverse) finally brines the brolter to i his sou faces a term in the penlten- j tiary. But while Jfarcia Is smiling r over Uie success of her work she learns that aer daughter has secretly married the broker's She is thus placed in a terrible position, bnt one that works out satisfactorily. Miss Traverse, whose ability as an emotional actress U well known. Is j said to givo a very portrayal in the character ot the woman who is seeking humon justice through human vengeance. MADLA1NE TRAVERSE COMING TO STAHLAND IN NEW PLAY Ixxil-lovsrs'-ot good'motion turoi are to have ths. pleasure of sea- i.iK Madlame Traverse. !hs bssutiful fan at StarlaniJ Men- SWEET WINS NEW LAURELS IN "FIGHTING CRESSY' Dret Slsrta cannot be excelled in drawing characters. "Fight- ing in vrhicH Jejae D. Jlamp- ton and Pathe present Blanche Sweet j at SUrtatd, tonight, ta adapted from Bret Harta's story. which teUs a charming romance Iu the. days whea California was new and rugged and undeveloped. The plot ot "Fighlinfc Cressy'' has to do with a (eud carried oii u> iwu Old settlors the boundary line of their property. Homance' eaters to scatter sunshine when Cressy, tho daughter of one. o{ the loses her heart to s member of a rival camp. Before the- climax Is reached you are greeted with vlcturesque scenes In which Cressy, spirited, viv- acious and utterly charming, is tha dominant figure. You catch Ihe glam- our ot those early days in the Golden >Vesl. These axe scenes, charged as they are- with quaint humor and atmosphere, pathos and poetry, that embrace you and lift you from your environment, la the title role Blanche Sweet givea an exquisite which it charm and Ming. She hnmaiiSie a Bret Harte heroine better thau any other actress oo.the serein- Her absence trom tha cam- era until recently has brought depth to her interpretative ability. She makes Cressy an'-jufprgelablo figure, A spleudld rsii, Including' Kusseli Simpson, Kdwiir'd Pell, Walter 1'crry, Laanlig, 1'eli Trenton, Antrim Short, Georgio Btouc, Kualcc '.Moure, ,ud nillle Dennett, has bcc-n assembled o luterpret tho reinainlue characters, GIRL WINS EXCITING RACE IN "CHECKERS'" The scene it a race track, tbe lorses are at Iho post, and after throe 'also starts get under way. In the iome stretch two? of tliem fight for Ihe Jead, nose and uo3e, and in one of the greatest racing scenes over aessed ait unknown horse, ridden by a girl under tie wire as a winner. That is but one of the many ihrlli- ing scenes :iu. the well known racing play which has bwu made into'a moving pic tore by Wtlllam'Pox and ft-uich opened Slav 22S 228 Cash Prices OATS- No. 2 C.W.. .113 No. 3 C.W... 110 Estra No, 1 feed ...............110 ya. I >'o. 2 feed..lOSV BARLEY- NO. 3 C.W... No; G.W... Feed FLAX- No. 1 W. C. 156 505 No. 3 C.W...501 Track Xo. SC.W...435 Ko. Wlnnlpeff Livestock WINNIPEG. )fay (Dominion, Livesloch U2 cat- j tie and hogs. Trading' this morning was estremely-1 quiet of the small supply] of cattla on the' market' for sale: Bid-, ding was generally steady with yes-: terday's close! One draft of 20 light J stackers weighed up' at S.35. while s choice, young-liull weighing- SSO pounds j lopped at %lt. The tiog market was-unchanged. New York Funds NEW YORK May ex- change was easier today at' J3.S2 ior demand and !3'.S3' for caoles. Can- adian dollars were quoted at 50.25. The most convincing argument nsed to further the causo ot occult science, is being presented as a special feature in conjunction with the night of demonstrations presented by Khaym, The Jlj-slerr (Man of India, at JIajostie Theatre tor three .nights commencing next Monday, Wny 3rd. Khaym introduces into his ottering tt series ot telepathic transpositions irith Bahette Valerie, a nine-year-old mental marvel. Choosing F- committee at random (rom-Uie audience Khayni, standing in Iho t.isle fc- burgh, and Ed Scdgwlclt. U was di- rected by Klcbnrd Staoton. KNOWS NOTHING OF OPPOSITION REGiNA. Saek., April 3J. Johnston, secretary o[ tho federal po- litical organization in Saskatchewan supportiug the new paUonal pnfty, said this aftornoou that ho had he-aril nothiug o( the reported movera-jnt the grflin of Weybhrit :o opnosc Hon. 0. II. HamUlou Iu the forthcoming provinefal bye-elcctlon. MONDAY-HIPPODROME CIRCUIT MONDAY- TUESDAY V A U D E VILLE TUESDAY FOUR OF THE SEASON'S FINEST ACTS WELLS AND TOBY Iq a N-iW Comedy Novelty DICK MILLER'and MURIEL VANCE Comedy Singing, Talking, logue and Character JIMMY LOSTER Acrobatic Comedian "Frolics'and Fun" COWAN AND LLOYD "Ths .Personality' Cpupje" Extra Special Feature Photoplay Attraction Here those melodramatic, comedy dramas.that pimply keeps you guessing. It gets you laughing, It thrills you. It's an "ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE" sort ol.drama, that can't be beaten tor sheer entertainment. If you miss II, you'll ouo ot the best pictures we over offerda you. PATHE REVIEW "BUMPS AND Special Comedy COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENING Sims Popular "Hip" Children ......25o Matinee-Each Day at Nights at 7.00 and 9.00 WEDNESDAY -THURSDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY THE DISTINGUISHED CHARACTER ACTOR Tyrone Power In the Startling Motion Pfclure Sensation of the Century, Pronounced "The moat Impressive most dignified, yet the. most sensational production of Its character In the history ot motion pictures." IT BARES THE VERY SOUL OF THE UNWORTHY WIFE TO THE GAZE OF -THE IT STRIPS CONVENTION A.ND SOCALL- ED MODESTY. BAS1E AND DERIDES ITS EVIL PRUDERY. "It Is a play, that every mother, wife and daughter) Should See. It U a p'lay that every husband, father and son Must See. If tha race Is to continue the people need more pictures "Where Aro My Rev. Dr. Parkhurst.' Children Under Sixteen Admitted Ortly When Accompanied by Parent or Guardian. 3PECIAC MATINEE WEDNESDAY FOR LADIES ONLY, AT 50 cents positively No Retirvcd Scats II LJII II I. ____ i far the World's Greatest Racing It's Coming Soon. rOLONIAI ;