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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY THE LKTHBIIIDGE OATLY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS wl WINNIPEG, Hay was u good demand today for cash oats and harley and a fair amount of business wa> transacted at the advanced prices. Straight grado oats were in demand, with light ottering! nod spreads uu- changed to Ulc itetter. Spreads on the tough grades were hetter. Thero was'a'ffcir demand for cash rje, with very little offered. Flax was dull with spreads unchanged. May oats closed Ic higher; July -Jo higher and October 'Ac higher. Barley lo higher for Way and Julj up. Flax ifjC. lower for May and 1C low er for July. Jlyo unchanged for May. Quotations. Open through the silvery gloom. Tangible ing suspense, that makes us seek to 1 for n moment, then fade out into solve the mystery and sensation sur- I nothingness as they came. I rounding thcso two unusual men, so KUint end Jar away, the sound in make-up physically, so totally i organ music; nearer by. tue muffled differei't mentally aud morally. lionk of a creeping motor car. I This Is the onenlus picture of Guy RT LYTELL ls COMING Post's "The .As uLOMBARD1. LTD., i coming to the Majestic Wednesday, j May 26, for one night ocly. It is a juosl. interesting producUon-il accom- plishment, creating a mysterious at-! AS LTD." STAR I Clever Actor to Present the Hattons' Comedy at Colonial Theatre First Crop Statistical Repo Season !s Issued at Ottawa. raosphere that creeps Into the soul of j I April au per ccui iur wit- tario aud Alberta, and M for British weaves a grotesque figure, sllhoutted Sucoes3 those gifted collaborators, j Columbia. a f .rthcf' i Frederic and Fanny Hatton. which eu- About five per cent ot the area iin-' mgness. it I joyed ft run of an entire season in OTTAWA. May first crop I der hay aud clover U reported as win-. with tho antic abandon ot mtoxica- FINE HIPP1DROME VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY On the Hip vaudeville show at the Colonial on Monday aud Tuesday tbo following line-up ol acts will bu seen; Wright f: A talented young uiaii and a versatile youns lady present their ititiuue and cutertalning offering, which ihcy cajl 'Novelty and Artistic consisting of a statistics of, (be season of 1MO was ;cr billed, as compared per tioii. Another figuro I lai> at Iirst, cr e, s issued today by the Dominion bureau cent last year and 1! per cent In our ops o e 118% WSii 87% Close IIS 87 H 505 Oats- May July Octdbsr Barley- May May July............ Cash Prlcesl C. W., 138; 3 C. llo'.i: tilra 1 feed, 115; feed, 2 feed, 11054; track, 118.. C. 4 C. W., feed, 102; track, ITlVfe- N. W. C., 2 C. "H -3 C. track, 516'.i. C. W., 210. NEW YORK, May uales: C. P. n., 115; U. S. Steel, 94 5-S; U. S. Steel preferred, 106 3-S. New York Funds NEW YORK, May ex change today was firm at 5.5 for demand, and ?3.82 3-S for cables. Canadian dollars were quoted a' 89 7-S, Winnipeg Livestock. WINNIPEG, May" Livestock'- 11 cattle and'30'hogs. Trading was ex tremcly quiet with bidding generally steady with yesterday's close'. Butch cr steers wero quoted from to heifers; choice to cows, choice, to ?13. HogT quotations held steady witi yesterday's fiOti being quoted "at of statistics. 11 deals with the condition of hay aud c tcr killiug of fall-sown wheat, fuo dows oil April 30 Is reported ndjtions of ivheat aud hay and clo- i t r meadows and the progress of ring seeding, the report being convj SAYS HE HAS A; "HUMAN" ENGINE CITY, "gaso line iluo for an awful jolt i latest invention ol Arthur Dunds 'Webster City, is found to he prac tical Bundy claims to have invente ci "Ireman" engine which- uses ih ojygen of the air for fuel. The says, can Silnicted on the principle ot tho hu man its tucl trom-th nlr into its body wherts energy fo jnotive power is created. "human" engine is compose ot very Jew parts, the more importan of which arc a generator and a serie- ol rotary air cells. Cortaiu gases ar placed in educlius the areas reported as tho spring also later than er killed, representing tour per tnG average date, 40 per emit ot wheat r acres in Ontario; one Gov.-n in Manltola, CL' per ent, or 400 acres in. Alberta; and I JH KaEtaichewan and 77 per our per cent, or COO acres in British Alberta. In Urltisli Columbia Columbia, tho total reduction by win er killing -is1 acres, leaving 40.SOO. acres as the area'of fall wheat cent o ho harvested for 1920, as vlth acres, the amount finally stlmated harvested arear of 1919. 112 per cent of wheat .needing h-jd doiie'in April, as ajaiust 4ft per In April, ,19W. Correspondents report, generally an abundance of moisture in' the ground, which, if the weather bo favorable _____ ....._ _ ....._ Tho average condition ot fall wheat after .'seeding, should .insure rapid- iu April 30 last is 94 per cent, repre- growth and carry the crops' well on :eiiting the promise of a yield of two MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, May 26th First Ploor Hail orders now (see Ad- vance sale at .Armstrong and Raworth's May 21. Curtain pt-9 o'clock. No one seated during the prologue. per cent below 3910-1019'. .the average of 10 Last year at the" reat "The "The Sign Invisible" and many other virile, outdoor pictures. 'Other Men's Shoes" was written by Andrew Soutar. He has built an engrossing and clever .plot around twin brothers.. One of them, a min- ster, meek, sensitive and delicate, is persecuted at every .opportunity by the town's most successful citizen, who is an unsuccessful suitor for the hand of tho minister's sweetheart. uy Bales Post's Offering Fcat- "ured By Finest of Produc- ing Effects'.' gradual one scarcely The deception Is kept up Indefinitely silk plush owing to the minister's Illness, curtain, with countless folds, changes face a 'great ordeal, his twin brother, i having spent twelve years in knocking about the world, comes home and lakes his brother's place, surprising everyone with his sudden virility. OrcVeu 'Original cast and production intact on Transcontinental tour, including massive j double revolving stages, two complete me- i dianical crews, triple elKtrical equipment, tequirci three cats to transport. Present- ing thc'itradicent bub.bk of humanity. OLONIAL-NEXT YOU'LL ALWAYS SEE THE BEST SHOWS AT THE COLONIAL Monday and Tuesday O'Loughlin Wmaims LATE STARS OF "THE REVUE" IN "A MILIT- ARY NOVELTY." A BIG HAPPY SNAPPY NOVELTY ACT. Billy and Flo Wandas Vera Walton THE GIRL WITH THE VOICE, THE PERSONALITY N'EVERYTHING. v.iintiin, HIIII when Hie strong brother falls in love j {rom oVulood red witli deep gold trim HOW TO ORDER TICKETS BY MAIL with his weak brother's sweetheart and bullion tassels, to Royal Send check or Post Office Mcner Order and a blackmailer exposes a prison gradually deepens to maroon purple to the manager of the theatre, for the record the story reaches .a gripping we are enveloped in ab- amount of ticket purchase, PLUS war tax climax in which the sympathies darkness as the lights die out; callel Into full play. !a London dank, in- Craufurd Kent Is a manly figure hs scrnlable. Hero and there vague the Jail bird brother who. with only fcjurs Of'light from distant hulking experience OH his teacher, made a .buildings; in the foreground the greater success as a minister than his red eye ot a street lamp that comes more spiritually.inclined twin, which ;mrt goes like tho eye of an owl when role Mr. Kont also portrays. Irene the fog clouds pass between 113 and. Doylo is a splendid type for tho sweet-i the lonesome blur of red. i heart. Ilnrold Forshay and John P.j Shadowy forms fill fantastically Wado contribute two very good heavy I characterizations. Others in the castj are Phil Sanford, Jean Armour and Bobby Connelly. We cannot too strongly recommend "Other Men's for it is a big story with aj deep appeal. Enclose a self-addressed Itair.ped envelope, to insure safe' return and avoid error in name or address- Mail orders arc filled in order received as soon as they reach the theatre manager YOU THUS AVOID WAITING .IN LINE AT THE TICKET WINDOW... NO PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED NO SEATS LAID ASIDE From the story by W. Carey Wonderly. A play teeming with the bright lights and, shadows of tho Gay White' a girl torn between' a true love and the glitter of gold. Wright and Gayman NOVELTY SINGING AND WHISTLING OTHER FINE ATTRACTIONS Same Popular Hip Price: Adults 50c Matinee Daily, 2.30 N and Children................ 25c Nlgbtly, 7 anct 9 Womsn's Club Favors Him After Viewing "Wolves of the Night." At a woman's club in a largo east- ern city, a vots was recently taken, in Hie of n serious discussion of the.psychology of emotions, as to which actor on tho motion, picrur? screen made the most effective lover. The voto on that, occasion of 1110- incnl, fell almost unanimously to Will- inm Karnum. whose picture "Wolves of the Night" had just been snoivn on the screen In that city, with Kar- iiuni giving a powerful and fascinating portrayal ot a lover and husband. This same picture will appear here at the Bmprcsa Theatre on Monday and women, and: espe- cially men, who .want to clear up long Btaoding as to what sort of aefor will win tho vote of ft repre- sentative body of women, young and old, married arid slngto, would do well see William Knrnuni In "Wolves of the Night" one ot tho most ijtfenss film dramas he has yet niado. Incidentally, Manager Hanson of the TCmprcfiB Theatre adds a Jolt lo Iho of matter, by do- olnriog that this Farnum picture in rliuwlng as many men aa wtmion and crowds of both. Other good attractions including ,frox Comedy Scream. EMPRESS ''OTHER MEN'S SHOES" RANKS AMONG BIG PICTURES OF SEASON We do not hesitate lo say that Men's Shoes" is odo u( the most entertaining hnmau and delight- Jut pictures it has bccirour good for- tune to ECO In some lime. It opened at Slarlnnd yesterday and was an- nounced as Iho first of a series of Kdgar Lewis productions to be releas- ed by Pathc. Mr. Lewis will easily recalled as the director of "Tio MONDAY TUESDAY Season's Most Sensational Play A Willfam Fox Production WILLIAM FARNUM BECOMES INSANE D "Wolves of the Night" Tho Victim ot a conspiracy against his life, things vortli seeing bappcn when he recovers his reason. Also Fox Comedy Scream TONIGHT FOR THE TIME' WALLACE REID "THE LOTTERY MAN" And Many Othe-r Good Things Your Last Opportunity lo Sec 41i3 Great Seven Heel .Special WITHOUT DOUBT ONE OF THE FINEST PICTURES EVER SHOWN AT STARLAND, WHICH MEA.NS.THAT IT IS SUPERIOR TO ANY SHOW THE CITY. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PLAY TO THEATRE-GOERS. IT IS A TENSE DRAMA THAT WILL HOLD YOUR INTEREST FROM THE START TO THE WONDERFUL CLJMAX AT THE LAST MINUTE. WE GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET SlfiRE HEAL ENJOYMENT OUT OF THiS PICTURS THAN ANYTHING YOU HAVE SEEN IN THIS CITY THIS YEAR. SEE IT! MRS. JOE MARTIN IN A TWO-REEL COMEDY SCREAM "OVER THE TRANSOM" AND "TOPICS OF THE DAY" ArJD THE STARLAND ORCHESTRA EST IN THE CITY OUR PRICES, Ah lOc MONDAY AND TUESDAY Madlaine Traverse "Snares of Parts" PICTURING PARISIAN HIGH LIFE AND LIFE Extra Special Mid- Week Attraction Wednesday --T hurs. Oliver Morocco's Sensational Comedy Success A GREAT LOVER, A GENIUS, AND FAILURE! PEEP INTO THE PERFUMED STUDIOS WHERE STYLE IS BORN! "lombardi Ltd" WITH BERT LYTELL AS THE MALE MODISTE AND SEE GIRLS, GIRLS, From the Hatton's cmart comedy, produced by Oliver Morosco, and screened by Metro in 7 effervescent acts. Jack Conway, Director, Maxwell Karger, Director General. SEE' IT AT THE COLONIAL NEXT WEEK Bert FRIDAY and SATURDAY NORMA TALMADGE HER MOST PRONOUNCED DRAMATIC SUCCESS i i "The Forbidden City59 A ROMANTIC ORIENTAL DRAMA THAT SHOWS THE DELIGHTFUL NORMA AT HER BEST. Notice to our can. readily discern from the above announcement that' next week will bn one ot thy banner weeks in our history. Wo are constantly striving to offer nothing but Tcry finest attractions that tirno, money and brainy secure. Keep your eye on the Colonial, We hnvo a .wonlcrful list attractions coming. "YOU'LL ALWAYS SEE THE BEST SHOWS IN LETHBRIDGE AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE.1' ;