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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, 13, 101W HERAID PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Ml UTMt Track 2 C.W 44775 Track .238 W1NNIPTO, May iu Iho c-asu grata markets today were ex- tremely light and She markot was gau- vrally niifet, uo urgent demand for any ot the grains.-Oats spreads r-vere, emoted at lie to lo hetler with 110 demand for the straight grades anil a fair demand for toughs. Tho volume ot business recorded iu. barley was very light, with cash flax iind ryo neglected entirely. Oats closed lower' for Way; July JQ down and October lower. Karloy lower for May and 2ifcc Flax waa higher for May and Hie "P for 7c for May. Quotations Open Close Way 11754 July............ 10S% 10751 Oct....... S6U May 171% July......... 107% May..........'.. 512 July 501 .May...... 243 Cash Prices 2 C.W......117% 3 C.W. Ultra 1 Feed ..................114% i Feed .....112% 2 .Track .......................117% 3 C.W......179% 4 C.W......16154 Dlclcctcd ...ICHi Feed 505% 23Sb 11454 1 .V.W.C. 3 C.W 2 C.W. New York Stocks NEW YOHK, May dosing C.P.H., lUVi; U. S. Steel, U. S. SMel preferred, Winnipeg Llveitoek WINNIPEG, Way (Ltemlulou Livestock thta uionring were ISO cuttle, 320 hose and five sheep. Ail classes and grades ot cattle >vera. being sold on ati active market and; quotations were generally 25o stronger over the close of yesterday. Good quality butd.or cattle wero he- lug: absorbed readily, wailo there also was an improvement So the stockcr trade and fairly sSrons biddinc too! place for- this class. stock. A good iteuand waa also experienced for veal calves with bulk changing hands from ?14.SO to -f 17-00. Choice quality butcher steers were somewhat scarce and prices ranged from to ?15. 50, .with to good passing over the scales from to J13.00. Tho hog market was .steady at yea terday's ?So advnnco, selects, fed aud watered, changing hands at J2L60. Calgary Livestock. CAIXJA.RY, May (Dominion Livestock Dranch) ca then play- Ing, and see what arrangements could be made to have Mr. Post make a transcontinental tour, retaining his original cast and com- plete production. Commenting on the performance, Mr. MeCourt and Mr. Campbell reported as follows: "We are more, than repaid for coming to Chicago to sec Mr1. Post's wonderful -honestly believe it to be the most complete we have ever seen, or that has cvcrp rna'dte.a most finished and impressive theatrical entertainment, as well as trans- continental tour." And this Indorsement has been, repeated by theater goers who Were fortunate enough to see post's wonderful performance In every city visited. The stage of tho Majestic hag been large enough to accommo- date every attraction that has visited Lelhbridge in the past, BUT THE STAGE OF THE. iMAJESTIC WILL BE REMODELED TO .ACCOMMODATE THE MASSIVE SCENIC EQUIPMENT CARRIED BY MR. POST. THE PRESENT FLY GALLERIES WILL BE RE- MOVED TO MAKE ROOM OVERHEAD AND THE PRESENT ENTRANCES TO "BEJ-OW STAGE" WILL BE COVERED TO ACCOMMODATE. THE REVOLVING STAGES WHILE NEW ENTRANCE WAYS WILL BE INAUGURATED TO THE DRESS- ING ROOMS. Mail orders will be filled accompanied by check or postofflce money order, together with self-addrcsse'd; stamped envelope (to avoid error) In order war the seat sale will open Saturday May 21 at Armstrong and Raworth's. Prices will range from on thfc first door, to and In the balcony. Tho free list, telephone orders and seat reservation-) will bo entirely suspended during Mr. Post's engagement The firtt mail orders and the first at the advance sale will have tile flrit choice of Siats, and early applications are earnestly suggested........ Respectfully yours, LEM.S. BROWN, Manager, The Majestic Theatre. NO ONE SEATED DURING THE PROLOGUE. The time required to set the revolving stages and assemble the scenic and electrical equipment will prevent the curtain being raised until 9 o'clock. earted adntration when their minis- suddenly displayed a courageous, ro-iisted fighting spirit -wholesome, vigorous, human ad dramatic, "Other Men's Shoes" as been called one oi iho finest pro- actions of the ucw year. Craururd eut heajti a spleudia cast iu which Irene Boyle, Harold Forshay, John Wade, Jean Armour. PLil Sanford Bobby Connolly. AT STARLAND. "Through from ie novel of Jesse Lynch Williams, is sulga Kennedy's newest (ioldwyn pic- urs to tie seen at Starlaad again lo- teh1. Tho story revolves about a "lio, in due Umo meets tho hero of her eart and the inevitable haiijieus. Her iirst decisive encouuter with m occurs in a New York house hither her chauffeur lias driven her y mistake. gives her coat and at to the mati who opens tho door nd tells him to notify her friend that has arrived for dinner, aud then earns that sho Is In tho house of a raining man whose vast Inter sis have etoleu from him through the. trkkery of her own fatli- She further discovers that her host has discharged all his servants ind is spending bis kist night under is own loot. ail eiiuinoxial is rag- Its, and the girl is compelled to re- in. Her adventure reaches a most natural wlm-h !K suddenly In- terrupted by the appearance of her father and her fiance, who present the westerner as an unscrupulous ras- cal. Ho refuses (o defend himself. Hut iho fifect of the evening does not wciir off, and when they meet again the next day they are- instinc- tively prepared, lo overcome all (he ujmaiural barriers ot wealth and po- sition. Used for 70 Years Thru itj use GrandmouWa youthful appearance fas remained undl youlh hai become but a memory. The soft, refined, pearly i while appearance renders leaves the joy of Beauty yo EMPRESS SACRED CONCERT Sunday Even. 9.00 p.m. COLONIAL Tomorrow and Saturday TONIGHT LAST RAY IN v I "RED HOT DOLLARS" HERE MONDAY AND TUESDAY Bill Farnum in "Wolves of the Night" Here At Last! I LAST TIMES TONIGHT C fensei vtttiiifenaction