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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 18, 1920 THE LETHBFIIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE! MARKETS H. Bi PAGEANT PICTURE? AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURS. WINNIPEG, May Oats and liar- ley were in good demand today. Of- ferings were again light (or all grains. Oat spreads wcro reported unchanged to %o better and barley unchanged to lower. Cash rye was In (air demand frith light offer- ings. May oats closed lower; July IHc doSvu, and October lower. Barley 3d lower for May and 4c down tor July. Flax Sower for -May and He lower [or Jiiy. closed 5c lower lor .May. Quotations OYTS Opeu Closo Mav US 111% julv S6% 80S Jlay JWi July 164 As an added attraction to the regular show at Ihe Colonial tUeatro on Wednesday and Thurcday this week. Manager lirown will otter some fine mo- v lion pictures of the Hudson's Bay Co. pageant which' ivas held at Calgary last Wednes- day. This Is a remarkable v scoop for tho Colonial, as tho pictures are practically red hot from Ihe camera. They show every phase oZ the great pag- v cant, and among the thousands v of people seeu In the picture, local citizens will be able to v pick out many of their own v friends and acquaintances.. Eight cameras. wero placed v along the route of the pageant v and a remarkably flne set of pictures were secured. v clover "bird flirtation" number were Caldwell, Golda Xjadden and Patricia, other features of thefr performance. Momma, the last throe bd.ng gown: Vera Walton was heard In a very' models of the "perfect SO" variety, good sloping' specialty. -Miss V.'altoa i Joseph Kllgour, tieorge McUaidcl and first offers "Tho Song of the I John Stoppling have tbc remaiuing the- classical bit from "TUo supporting parts lu the malo contin- and then to prove her .versatility gent, tomes back with a number of song successes. She has a distinctive! HEART-GRIPPING PLOT soprano voice wliich Is pleasing ______ .tho! Tho Intense heart interest ivhlcli comedy of tho show with their clever so deeply stirred audlenci-s that saw concoction cf mirth and song. Wan- "Snares of wliich opened yes- IN "SNARES OF PARIS' listen to. Billy and Flo Wandas offe'r 600 494H 430 238 .111% W. ....157 4 C. 162 Feed Truck 167 r- C. May July Way Cash Prices 2 0. W 3 C. W Eitra 1 Fepd '1 Feed ....113% 2 Feed Track SCENERYFOR "VICTORY1 Exquisite Background For Hill Maur- ice Tourneur Film. at tho Starlaud theatre for a das is a real comedian with tha right terday at ability to put his material over nice-1 run of two days, y and is ably assisted by his pretty vlnclngly that this neiv Fox produc-JGUY BATES POST IN con- In her effort conceal from her bus- in a 103 meets .his Lady Astrupp. whose practice of sup- band the secret of a girlhood indlscre-. double, a certaiu John youns plying tlie real Cuilcote with hla drug tlon. !h :ack writer of political ambitions, has fortified a close friendship be- The photoplay is eminently suited with a resemblance" so marked that tvveen Ihem. She. encountering to beautiful AJadlaino Traverse, who; Cbilcote, seeing a way to free himself and finding him through, handled the star role ivilh great dra- from the world, later proposes' that his ignorance of the relations bo- i twecn iier anil lie matic intensity, la ttormy emotion no screen surpasses Miss Tra- verso, and .In several scenes of "Snares of Paris" she Is enabled to strate this fact. they change places. The feasibility of tlie plaa is en-'is a sliain Cliilcote and exposes the Ciiilcote- has been slH'.rn, hanced because demon- estranged from his wife and his moo'J- iness assures no surprises from THE MASQUERAOER" partner. 1 'ion has passed successfully the sever- A remarkable oxhtblllon of gun Jug-] est test of the photoplay. The Yo': Kill recall the Thurslon gllng and bag [lunctiing was bficrcd by 1 well wrought and well-photographeJ. of John and chaugi O'Loughllii and Williams. Their act j Involves the beautiful ami loved wife tingaished jMrllanieulary leader, yet couciliatlou and Tost in the dual role gives a remarkable performance and tho mechanical devices brought into tho play by Mr. Richard Walton Tully are Loder, accepting tlie proposal of {.'nil- far in advance of anything of a sim- I cote, assumes the latter identity and ilar nature seen in "slasedom" dur- jin an address to parliament which ing the present decade. Chllcoie was to have delivered, scores, In personnel and presentation ypu The iijay-ls-'a welcome one friends or servants should any new tlcally, the sellings are admirable, and phase ot demeaoor be rerealed. Kiss Traverse's gowns are the very latest Paris "creations." sensationally. 1 will find this play wiles apart from is quite a novelty, and they give a fin- ishel performance. Mary Madaren In "Rouge and nich- es" was the feature picture, to which was ctiuod a couple of other interest- inn Ecenlcs and new> reels, The show Is well worth seeing, and will be repeated again tonlghl for the last time. the celebrated stage comedy success, comes to the Then It is that Cliilcolo's wife, not-: tho category i'.ito which the modern him, invites a re- drama has fi'.llc-u. thereby sets the "The Masquerader" comes to the of a great French woman such a morphia addk-t that he would little love-god working upon them .Majestic on Wednesday, May 20th, who almost wrecks the ship o' state, renounce crery thing for tUo drug, both. Uut there is another woman, for one uiglit only. Colonial day. for Wednesday and Thurs- 1 233 1 s.-W. C....... 2 C. Track S C. W................... New York Funds NEW YORK, May ex- change was easy today at ?3.S1 5-8 for, demand and 3-S for cables. Canadian dollars were Quoted at 89.S7.' To acrten the great scenes in his new production, made from Joseph Conrad'3 famous novel. Maur- ice. Tourneur made full USB ot Califor- nia's natural beauties: Several epi- sodes were filmed on tho rugged coast of Catallna Island. To reproduce as noirly as possible the verdure of the South Seas, where the story is laid, the tropical luxuriance usod. F of Palm sea scenes uso. I the broad expanse of the Pacific In both calm and atonn served admir- ably. A scliooner, a Chlncsa junk and a slout vhalebo'at add to the failhfullness of-tho background. Tho story Itself is of the virile, ad- venturesome typo that has made Con- rad a great favorite with the reading public. It has been produced on the itcroen with all of Sir. Tburneur's genius at handling big-scale pictures packed with rousing action. The- cas IncMes Jack Holt'Seena Owen, Wa' lace Beery, Lou Chaney, and Bull Montana. The "picture is a Paramount- Artcraft and will he-shown- at tlie Bmprcss Theatre for two days, Wed- nesday and. Thursday. UNUSUALLY GOOD.VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL THEATRE first Annual Athletic Meet of British Great War Veterans of America, To i Be in New York on'Saturday. LYTELL IN "LOMBARD1" NOVEL SCREEN FEATURE NEW TOKK, Jlay first Eimual athlete meet of the British Great War.'Veterans of America will be held next Saturday in New York Oily. The meet will bo held under, the auspices ot Premier Sir Robert; Borden, Gen. Sir Arthur Currie, I Arthur Knowlson, president of the Canadian Club of New York City; _IP. i W. Shibley, presldont of 'Jie Canadian' Society of New York; H. Cloven British consul-general fit Tv'ew York, and Dr. W. B. Lambert. The British Great War Veterans Association ot America was recently incorporated and has a membership ot one thousand discharged Canadian and British soldiers. Cups hare Deeu presented by the Canadian government, tho British consul-general, tho Canadian Club, the Canadian Society and Col. W. -M. Sage, president of tho association. Events- include a mile run, ilash, SSO 'yarns and 440 yards ruu, broad and hlgli Jumps and a soccer match between a Canadian anfl an English team. Efforts arc being matlo to have Sir Auckland Geddcs, IJritlsh ambassador, attend the open- ing games. NORWEGIAN PASTOR DEAD EDMONTOX, i.May T. O. Kjos, one of the oldest pastors of the Norwegian Lutheran church ot Canada, died at Coronation, Alberta, on Hay aged 62. Daylight saving was adopted Tucs- tiay night by Cornwall to go into Sunday, May 30. Vaudeville of an unusually good var- iety was offered at tho Colonial thea- tre last night by tho new Hippodrome show. Wright and Cayman offered a pleas- ing whistling novelty act. In which they Imitate all manner of birds re- markably well. to orchestral accompaniment, and closing with As its special feature attraction, the Colonial theatre will present LOUV bardi, the Screen Classics, Inc., super-production.' with Ilert Lytell as the star, for n run of two days, be- inning on Wednesday. Ltd." Is variously described as a.fash; Ion show, a girl show, and a highly diverting comedy drama of the screen, with the star in the unusual and inter- esting roio of a male moiliste. Frederic and Fanny Hatt.on, most gifted of American collaborators, wore responsible for the original stage play of "Lombardf, from which tho photoplay was made. On the stase It was presented by Oliver Morocco and ran for a season in New York and more than a year on the road. Most of tho action transpires In tha aw-aggcr Fifth Avenue vlrcss-maklng establishment of Tito an ec- n'ri" itnlinn genius whose artistic ndenclns exceed his business -acti- on, and who finds himself In dire rails and facing bankruptcy because s faith In human nature has made 1m too "easy" with defrauding- cus- omers. Alice Lake. Jurmita Hansen and 'era Lowis have tending feminine oles in the production. Other beitutl- young women in the cast are Thea albot, Ann Slay, Jean Acker, Virginia COLONIAL TONIGHT, LAST TIME HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE O'LOUGHLIN AND WILLIAMS In "A MILITARY NOVELTY" VERA WALTON Soprano. WRIGHT AND GAYMAN Whietlinfl Novelty BILLY AND FLO WANDAS Comedy Other Good Features MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBR1DGE Wednesday, May 26th Prices! Firtl Floor Balcony Mail orders now Ad- vance sale at Armstrong, and Raworth's Hay 21. Curtalrt at 9 o'clock, No one seated during the prologue. WED. AND THURSDAY LI ITOURNEUR te g) presents l-'arnum puts one of the most dramatic ar.d' intcnsa flshts over r.tngcd ir.lo the thrilling ending of his new photoplay "Wolves of the flBlit into which Parnutn Jiimsolf with the agility ot an nlhlele (lie skill of a champion. As the (S-isperato man, resolved to win tack Tijfa. child uud fortune, from devilish sfhemers, he locks himself In on of- iice. attacks three who attempt to Fvjt cut and production intact on Traniccririncntal tour, Including double revolving stages, two romplcte me- chanical ctcws, triple electrical equipment, tcqulies three cars to transport. Present- ing the Imdicent bubble of rnimSniry. HOW TO ORDER TICKETS BY MAIL Send check or Post Office Money Ordcc [o ihe manager of th< theatre, for iht tmount of ticket pukhiM, PLUS war taj Enckwe a sclf-ftddrcssc( ktafnpcd envelope, fo insure safe retun avoid error !n name ot ordetj arc ntled in order received as soon as they teach the theatre manager YOU THUS AVOID WAITING IN LINE AT THE TICKET WINDOW. PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED W NO SEATS LAID AS1PE A smashing talc of the sea and oC far-flung ports ot adven- ture. A talc of lovs nnd rogues, of brave hearts ami hard fists. A tale of tropic Isles, where the world Is forgot and torrid passions are lawless. A, tnlc with a "punch" In every foot of film. C'ome! LAST TIMES TONIGHT WILLIAM FOX presents MADLAINE TRAVERSE SNARES OF PARIS A triumph for the empress of stormy emotions William Farmim in Love Made'AH.Obstacles TKflwl A story of romance and intrigue In the copper country of the Great a story of thj man who "came back from the grave." Also a Fox Comedy "Lady Bellhops' Secrets." A ccream from start to finish. No advance In prices for this big Glorious Girls Gozg'eotis Gowns Gales of Giggles] METRO admiration of the FAMOU0 dway stage coinedy by tlie EAMOUS Frederic and Fatmv Hatton presentee diver Morosco. Directed ty Jacfe Cc ICai'ger Director General. SEE IT AT' IT'S OUR TREAT. You'll now.have'the opportunity of seeing this show which has been the greatest comedy hit in the history of the legitimate stage, at our regular prices: Adults 35c, ChiHi-en H'c. Matinee at 2.30. ADDED ATTRACTION Staged at Calgary last week. Wonderfully clear motion pictures of the big event. ;