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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Tim LETHBHTDGE DAILY HERALD MAY 3, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS BnU llabette Valerie, a nine-year-old ht anj mental marvel. Choosing a Juto mlmr {mi ih.u was at mulou) from the audience. Khaym. of the standing in tho .Ls sends by mou'tal suggestion, waves given by members of this com- j mit'ce to the uiind of this little miss. This feature of the two hours of, ioys- many, mauy limes) she saw herself. iiost'beautiful. Flattery told her e- uas must beautiful. WIS'MPFG Mav 3.--There were tery will he the most coimacins .ome u-ade early todav of cash seen i.i IMs city. It ,s only one of at ho dosing spreads of Satur- and fantastic ideas but Hter whfn ihe futures ad- inco.-porated into tl.is program of L.C- all gwdes Ith the excepUon. research. One convincing feature No 2 feed, were quoted at the de-' succeeding another .will make iverablc. Xo. 2 feed was Kbayu-.'s engagement the 01 aver May. There was a gooJ demand the season. GREAT ran I ho IWKnuta COLONIAL .YOU AY AWO TUESDAY C1 srrt-toS i ?or Tuesday on the new Hippodrome October. Barley higher for vaudeville show. Mav'and 1'ic higher for July. Flax I'owaii und Lloyd, a couple of nifty ilMip for May and up for July. entertainers, will present their ili'ici [lyo 3c higher for May. Quotations l art. May....... luly....... May...... luly....... May....... Inly Mav Open 112% i' Jinunv J.oster, the acrobatic Come- I dtan. w'il! be seen In "Frolics and Kun." one ot tho season's bcs; acro- 10CV batie acts. I Wells and Toby In 'novelty so dif- fercnt" v.-iil delight lonifht's audience i in their clever comedy act. Dick Miller ami Muriel Vance in oil i their clever comedy singinj.-. talkniR 507'i and ph-.r.ologue act will be a big -.ea- j lure on Ibe show. niTins trumps? Tho odds are de- clared'by mathematicians to be ex- pressed by the figuers vrobably accounts for the Jact ttuiT reports .of such holdings aro I legendary only. I In games like stud poker players I often are curious as lo the- prouaulo number of cards that must deult before at least one card of every suit is turned up. Tho average, according to those who taken Iho trouble to figure tbe chances is 7 119 ''63ft The element of luck in gambling I fames is an' interesting factor In; a William Fox photoplay. "Gambling' in featuriug Mailiaiue Traverse, which will bo shown at tho Sta'lend loiiight and tomorrow. It is said to j I'ontaiu a story of niosi absorbing in- terest. ARE MY STARRING TYRONE POWER, AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY! For the first liuso In Ibis city, startling picture, "Where Are My Chll-j will bo shown at the Colonial} theatre on Wednesday and Thursday' this week to mixed audiences, with tho t'.iclusion of children under iho ago I of sixteen years. The exclusion of children Is made by llie request of the censor of the province. Cash Prices VIOLET HEMtNG'A 'EVE FLY Now. most men play ttia role oli Tho film has been endorsed byj flaltery. aud Violet Heniing played j scores of Liberia's leading citizens.) The" special" feature photoplay, "A role of "Every woman.1' ministers, women's societies, etc., and From will top Her fate was seen by nobody. undoubtedly one of the strongest ar- il-e 'piciure bill and with an excellent I trlith warned her! i Kuraents acainst She evils so-called i-omcdv "Who's Cot iho and j Uut she ignored ail but (lattery. She t birth control ever submitted to the 5 C. W 1S111 Feed il 3 C. W 4 1 X. W. C'...... 2 C. W.....507 ..RYK-- 1C. W........................-'2S TO THE WOMEN '1 OF LETHPRIDGE I Dear'Women: This Idler is written to you not i Tlie chance to see u coming tp the j an should bo thoroughly conversant 1 Em press, theatre today. Tho Para- It is a play which should bo seen by piount-Artcraft picture of "Every-i every mother, by every daughter, hy will appear for four days' j every fatber.'and by every run. George 3Ielford directed the fearless, and smashes' home without making of this production! He or favor a lesson which must personal at all, bnt .in nj I say this. ft.-icral manner, and thai is why it j is open. Live-1 stbi-k were no re-i'E- Eeipts of either cattle, h'ogs or sheep life. Go and see if I am right when You all know what your'weakness Many men have found that Sincerely yours, C. J IAN SEN'. WIXXIPEG 3 (Dominion curse of life Livestock Receipts over the totalled 240 cattle, 160 MTradingewaS fairlv active for allj suscepiibility to 0rc it 5 yon-doot realize the conse- was a valn She MAY HOLD EVERY TRUMP CARD IF YOU be learned If the race Is to continue. Tyrone Power, the distinguished ac- tor, portrays the leading role In "Where Are My Children." Mr.-Power is surrounded by a large capable cast, aud 'apart from the seriousness ot Ihe topic discussed so ably In the LIVE LONG ENOUGH picture, it tells an interesting human j lite story in an entertaining manner. Did you ever hear a player at i Mr. Power's portrayal of tlio whist, or auction b'rklge, or any simi- lar game !n which each of four play- ers holds thirteen cards, having a hand made up exclusively ,of trumps? Probably not; yet .who has played attorney is one ot the finest contribu- tions to the screen. A special 'matiiiee for ladies only ivill-he given on Wedriesday a'ternoon at 2.30. Performances on Wednesday cards ond not at some.time wondered j and Thursday evening will commence what were the chances ot thus cor-' sharp at 7 and 9 p.m. good quality of butcher cattle ran j from "to 14.23. One good weighing 1280 pounds sold at 16.00. Heal good cows ranged from 10.50 to j 11.50, wilh one or two choice at 12.00. Choice veal calves Drought 17.00 fqrj tops, with hulk at 13.00 to 15.00. j Hog receipts were light with quota-! lious uuchaDced.' N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK. May Closing'iJrlccs: P. P. K V- S. Stee! U. S. Steel preferred (ej div) 107. NEW YORK FUNDS i NEW YOHK, May ex-' change was strong today at for demand Can-j adlan dollars: were quoted at 90.C5. j GRAIN STOCKS FORT WILLIAM. Out., May following statement of-stockfi in store! in public elevators at Fort _Willlamj 'and Port Arthur on April SO.Vith re- ceipts and shipments durlcg the-past i week, was Issued by the board of' grain comir.issluners on Saturday: Stocks in 8.018.130; oats barley 1.5CO.-1 SOU; lias rye 321.S22. bushels; (.au 1E4.64S; flax Cf.2: rye, i Hall 47.475; oats' S5.2C4; barley 24.1W; flax 1.074. Lake oats barley ryo COS. CONCILIATION BOARO NAMED OTTAWA, May Canadian. minister of labor has pointed two boards of conciliation to deal with disputes between the Win- nipeg Electric Railway Company and, its employees and gas workers. VV.! J. Christie of Winnipeg will represent! the company on both boards, and li.jj S. Ward, also of Winnipeg, the ployees. They are now engaged in selecting a chairman. THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN TONIGHT FOUR OF THE SEASON'S FINEST ACTS WELLS and TOBY IN A NEW COMEDY ACROBATIC NOVELTY Dick Miller Muriel Vance COMEDY SINGING, TALKING, PIANOLOGUE AND CHARACTER SONGS Cowan and Lloyd ACROBATIC AND FUN" JIMMY. LOSTER "THE PERSONALITY COUPLE" The most convincing argument ever. Used to further the clause of occul1.1 science is beine prcscntod as a special I j feature in conjunction with tlio night j! r.( demonstrations presented by; I KhSym, the -Mystery -Man of India, at tho Majestic, theatre for three niglHs. (j commencing tonight.' t Khuym Introtluccs Into his I B series of telepathic transpoaitlona i j THREE MILLION 01FT TO FORWARD MOVEMENT EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY ATTRACTION "A FUGITIVE from Here is one of those melodramatic comedy dramas that c.ls you laughing.'.it thrills you, an "ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE" sort <-f drama that can't'be bcolcn for eh'eer'cr.Wr-: tainment. If you mios it, you'll miss ona cf th; best pictures ever offered you. NEW YORK, April finonymoua gift o? to the united .financial campaign ot iho inter-church world was announced at campaign liecdquarlers today wilh the statement that oeo.ooo of ths sought had been.pledged.. Tho campaign docs not close until next -Keek and more thau 000 churches in various states are yef lo be heard from. PATHE REVIEW "BUMPS AND Special Comedy COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENING Same Popular "Hip" 50c Matinee Each Day at Children'. ...2Sc Nights at and 1-, i THE BEST SHOW OF THE SEASON COLONIAL SPECIAL ATTRACTION WED. THDRS. THIS WEEK. D. G. WALKELY has the honor of presenting the distinguished actor And a Brilliant Cast of Players in the Motion Picture Sensation of the Century u The Most Most Sensation- al Production of It's Characterm. of Motion Pictures. READ THESE "'T beg to say ro tho "WHERE ARE MY .which I had the pleasure of seeing (his afternoon, that in my opinion It roulcl servo wiso purpose m being shown lo the public, espe- cially tit children under 15 yearn ot age vctrc fo- Etricted from attending unless accompanied hy parent or guardian. This would afford parfhla just Ihe opportunity neod to give tlielr chilcl- ren- full Instructions regarding sox l.ygle'tiD, etc, I have no hesitation in that lu my iiidg- mnit, Iho film should be shoivn, for I tlfink good will como fronijt. Yours (Signed) REV. CANON 0. Kt. Paul's KecWry, IvliAonlon. .March 31st. "A very powerful nnd gripping picture, drams. It deals with ft most difficult maUor In a manner of utmost dignity." REV. DR. PARKHURST. "It will make women and raak'e them -thi'iik hard. It will make them look before they leapi It will ar.t as :i warnirig lo young "Z1T" IN THE NEW YORK. JOURNAL. "WHERE ARE MY has ('enthusiastically endorsed by (lie .AlterlifKorljl .Reform I.racne, by Societies, by the Press aud by tlfosc In authority everywhere. 'A cominitlee of five lad lea and the 'i'of ihe Moral Reform Assqcialion, loxethcr with ncarlv all (ho leading .ministers' of tlie -City of Edmonton Injpecteil ARE, MY CHILD- A resolution was moved by thp liov. OlivSr lloraman-atid BeoondcO hy Hcv. V. S. Jlc- Call, of Ihe. .MherU ColloKO. that the feature. ,passed Vi'lth Ihe follo.wlng To' bo uliown to segregaled audiences only over Ihe nzc .of years and that all persons between the Etgcs of 12 hnd 1G be only ailmitled ivhen firctjmpiiiiled by parents or guatdlnns. The reaoin- iloii carried Lethbridge Now Has (he Opportunity to. see tfu's Film, which is the Talk of the Continent. YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF AND POSTERITY TO SEE IT. ;