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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY THE UfMX HEKAtO PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG. Slay Tho cash coarse grain market with offerings light was very quiet today. Oats tpivads were reported le bettor un excellent demand for all grades ox- cejil No. 2 O-.W. No. 3 barley was In (air demuud at unchanged spreads, while other grades were not wanted. The.flax .end rye markets wero dull featureless. Oat's closed 34t Jower for May and July, and 1-Sc lower for October. Bar- ley 2 l-2p lower., for May, aud July 5-8c down. Flax 3 3-4c lower for Miy anil 1 l-4o lower tor July, Hye 1 1-Sc down for July. Quotations Open. Close May...............117 July ...............10S 107% October...... 85% SOV IS AH May...... 165 16M July......... ,i. 162 May 4S3 July............... 485 May...............232% 227 Ciih. Prices OATS- NO. 2 No. 3 C.W... Extra No. 1 Peed No. 1 Feed..113% No. 2 Feed..111% Track.......... No. 3 C.W.. .171% No.'4 .153 Vi Feed........154% FLAX- NO. 1 No. 2 C.W...4S6S C.W...420S Condemned .350% Track .....488% pa. 2 Winnipeg Livestock May to- day: 870 cattle, 980 48 tneep. With hoary receipts, trading today vas active on all classes of cattlo at strong choice butcher eat- tle ranging Jl.OO hiEber. Choice bat- cher Bteers weighed up at J15.00 to Eutche'r belters, choice, to .Good feeder steers reached Oholco Teal calves topped at bulk from ?15.00 la J17.00. The hog market oponed weak, buy- ers bidding ?21.60 for selects, fed and watered, Calgary Livestock CALGARY, May catllo and 42 hogs were on tho market and stagecraft, for hb worthy and well known manager Mr, Richard with So marks, and Edwards, of I Edmonton, vras second with SI. In tho small choir contest, Ersklne- ton Tully, has brought every lover church, Edmonton, came Erst, and known to the producer's art and Union choir, of Delia, Alta., came sec-1 craftsmanship to bear, in making tho ond. I production perfection, from a mech- In the mtiesl ihst fros1 equipment and Delia came first with 81 marks, and musical standpoint. McDougall church, Edmonton, It is the same organization that with 74. I completed a sis months' run In Chi- The big day of the festival Is on cago the first ot June and Includes, Thursday when alt the large choirs among other, Alico John, Lionel will compete. I more, Ruby Cordon, Clarence Handy- 1 side, Adele Ritchie, Reginald 'Carrlng- As tbe result of prohibition, tho ton, Katherine ilaymore, Gerry Cor- cauaty jail at Newburgh, be closed July 1. will BERT LYTELL AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT, THURS DAY today. The-markct was a strong one, although only 30 head were weighed up. The Swftt Canadian Company, P. Burns and Company, and the Dnlon Packing Company were tho principal buyers. The top price'of the year for steers was reached today when one steer weighing anil another made a cwt. Tho bulk of tha high-class made from to J15.CO. There were very few butcher COWB on-sale, one cow weigh- ing bringing ?14.00. Six calves ivejaging 303 pounds raitde' ?13.00. No hogs woro sold at noon, being bid. New York.Stocks NEW YORK. May sales: C.P.R.. 113 3-4; U. S. Steel, "iO 5-8; U. S. Steel preferred, 104 7-8. TllAoTFIVEW Boils arc simply a breaking ont ot bad blood, and anyone who has suf- fered trom them, knows how sick anrt miserable. they malio you feel. Just when you Uilnk you arc cured o[ ona, another seems ready to tako Its place and prolong your misery. All the poul- ticing and lancing you can do will nol get rid of them. the skin appears to no tho cause of Uio irritation tho real disease la rooted In the blood, nnd to get rid oi theeo painful nests it la necessary to light at tho scat of tho Iron ble. When the blood is purified, cleansd tind vitalized, by Burdock Blood Bit lerg, the holls --rviii quickly disappear your misery is at an cud, and health and strength como back again. Mr. Ilobt. Johnson, Barkway, Ont. have suffered very much during the last firo years from boll; having as many as five at once. I trici different remedies without any relief I was advised to try Burdock BlooJ Hitters, which I did, and after taking just one bottle 1 have had no moro bolls." B, B. B. has been on the market for OTCT 40 years and is manufactured only by Tbo .T. Jiilburn Co., Limited, Toronto, H.B.CO.PAGEANI Judgment Reserved 15y Railway Railway Charges High. EMY RESULTS AI Ffi EDMONTON, May con testanls were successful in three o the opening events of the proviucia musical festival wbicb opened here today.' In tho' contralto solo contest, Mrs Cavey, of Knox choir, Calgary, won first with 02 marks, Miss Anderson dl Edmonton, coming second with There 'were no third places. the "soprano solo contest, Mis nell, John Peers, Milano Tllden. Two complete mechanical crews are re- quired to correctly stage the produc- tion that consists of three cars of ef- fects including revolving double stages and triple electrical effects. It Is undoubtedly tho largest production over given a play in America. ful girls that could be found In musical comedy, from the smartest of Fifth Avenue shops, from the ranks of ar- tists' models, and from tho actresses on the screen, was determined that they should be- gowned in a manner fitting their appearance and the high standards of production Screen Clas- sics. Inc., luslsts upon In Its "fewer and better" pictures policy. In selecting the gowns tbe prob- lem ot Mr. Staulcnp was more than one oi merely selecting the latest and smartest things. It was complicated by photographic considerations. COST THOUSANDS TO GOWN "LOMBARDI, LTD." MANNEQUINS Many Chances In Filming "Behind the Door" Story. H is doubtful 1C there is in tho screen world a producer other than Thomas H. Jnce who .would have un- dertaken a plcturlzatlou of Gouver-1 leur Morris1- tlfrilHug story, "Behind .ho which will bs shown at ho Empress theatre Thursday and Friday. This dramatic tals concerns 'ighte on sinking submarines, leaps from battleships, exciting mob en- counters and m.any incidents that re- quire sets that only the most daring producer would attempt. The story is distinctly melodramatic, with one the.strongest characters that has .ever appeared1 in modern fiction. This is interpreted by Hobait Boswortli. That the picture will be ona of the biggest sensations ot the year is believed by those who have seen It Thomas H. Ince enjoys a reputation for making big dramatic pictures. Screen patrons will remember rividly his "Civilization." Guilty Faces." etc. "Behind tho Door' is said (o excel all others in dramatic realism and vivid portrayal of modern conflict ot emotions. The scenario was written by Luther B, Heed and direct- ed by !rrin Willatt. Jano Novak is the leading woman. Parisian gowns never before shown! lu this country, and obtained only] through the Influence of M. P. Staul- cup. technical and art director for "Lombardl, the Screen Classics, Inc., production starring" Bert Lytell, that is the attraction at the Colonial theatre, as well as tho latest creations from Harry Collins and Hickson mod- els, are worn by the six famous beauly mannequins In this, one oC.the Screen Classics, Inc., fewer and better pic- tures. For six of the French gowjjs the bill was 13.509. The models from Hickson and Harry Collins, for which Sir. Staul- cup made a special trip tij'San Fran- cisco to get tho gowns as soon as they arrived on the limited froni New York, cost approximately tho same; Maxwell Karger, director-general of Screen Classics, !nc'.7 Saving" cast for the mannequins six of the most beautl TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PAULINE FREDERICK "THE FEAR WOMAN" ALSO Smiling BiB Parsons "OH BILL! BEHAVE I" Two-Reft I Capitol Comedy, and "PATHE WEEKLY" couver's pageant, in cVlebrallon of the 250th anniversary of the founda- tion ot tbe Hudson's Bay Company, was one of the most gorgeous affairs OTTAWA, liay Canadian was reserved by; Edmonton, took first, wit the Canadian railwav commission in Miss Glussford, of Wesley choir, sec- tho application o! the" Canadian Manu- ond. The marks were 90 and 84, re- factiircrs' Association, tho Winnipeg Board of Trade and the Western Can- ada Flour an order restrain- ing the railway companies from in- creasing the stop-off charge on grain in Winnipeg yards for storage and 'milling in transit. Counsel for the Winnipeg Board ot Trade and the other applicants stated 1 tliaL the proposed Increased stop-off charge was. not justified. The rail- ways had submitted statements of ex- penses for the month ot July, when decorated floats, variety betas' added by tbo elaborate costumes of many taking part in tho pageant, i The pageant was historically repre- sentative of the progress mado by thu company, the community and- the country from ilaya to the present time, and many store windows vrero decorated in a manner symbolic of the advance made in the two aud a half centuries which the passing par- ado graphically depleted. should restrain the railways from in- creasing the charges. The chief witness for the railways was W. B. Lanlgan, freight traffic manager ot the Canadian Pacific Rail- way. solo contest. Geo. theatrical year. ot Wesley choir, Calgary won first N. Y. FUNDS NEW Y011K, May Sterling ex- change was easy today nt for demand and ?3.S1'A for cables. Can- adian dollars quoted at S9.75. A 3-year-old boy at New York wa.s blinded in one eyd when struck by a particlo of hot metal from the tracks of the elevated railway. A jurv awarded the child's father SYLVIA. ROBERT GORDON COMING TO STARLAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE MASQUERADER" WITH qUY BATES POST The international preeminent posi- tion ot Guy Bates Post makes bis en- garment aUhe Majestic, Wednesday, May 2C, the. most important event of By reason oi his art, devotion to the high ideals of tho j stage, and studious endeavor, Mr. Post ts. the-foremost of our players. tills last appearance on tour was in jKicliard Walton. Tully's "Omar Tho I Teuiniaker." The present creation is in startling Mr. Post's i remarkable versatility makes him. thoroughly at home in any role he may essay.. In his present success "The Masqiierader" he appears In a dual role. The'mem are alike In ap- pearance, but tolally unnlike mental- j ly. This calls for a delicacy of espres- sion, a certainty of poise, a knowledge of detail ami natural instinct for tbo theatre of tbe first order. With that Post virile tempermenl every element of the hitman soul is brought into play, every gift given-by nature singly to most avctors, has been bestowed on Mr. Post collectively, j Yet we should not use the word be- stowed, for It has been the never ending effort, tho untiring, endless, never faltering stiuUoua application, that has placed lUr. Post at tho head and front of his chosen profession. To miss Mr. Post's performance oE his dual role In "Tho Masquerader" is to miss the epilomo of combined art You can generally tell when the heart Is affected by the faint and dizzy spells, Iho shortness of hreath, palpi- tation, throhhlng. Irregular beating, bmolherlng sensntlDns, weak, sinking, all-gone feeling, choking sensation, etc. Many men and womtn hceomos run- down and worn out when otherwise Ihey cpuM strong and healthy if tiiey would only pay some attention to the first sign of heart weakness. No remedy will do sci much to make Uio heart regain strength and vigor, regulate its heat aud restore it to n hcnithy and normal condition as Mil- burn'n Heart and Nerve Pills. Mrs. 0. A. S. Drake, Paris, Ont., have used on towards the eecoml box of Mllburn's Heart and Norve rills find they have done me good. 1 had those fainting, dizzy npells once In a while, and also weak- ness and shortness of breath, and would bo'nmo so choked up at times I could hardly sleep without sitting up in bed. walking too fast I would have to slop and try to catch my trentli. I feel a lot belter since I have used youx pllla ond know that they have helped mo wonderfully as I hare improved very much." Price 60e a box at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by Marshal Foch Warns People That Germany Must Not Be Disregarded. PARIS. May thai France must, in the midst of peace, make preparation for future wars, was uttered by Marshal who presid- ed nt Iho annual meeting of the poly- technical school for army engineers today. Discussing lessons of tbe groat war, 10 said the present economic struggle s the nrst part of the peace program, but preparation for war is the second part. Which of ho asked, "dares oeliovo Germany is renouncing war on the morrow of ber which, inspired by sheer ambition took up arms in 18G4, 1870 anil on the plea of historic necessily? Germany's neighbors, whether the> wish to or will be forced to keop up armies nnd maintain strong tiers, because, quite apart from tho generous Intentions of civilized hu- manity, (here 'aro historic realities and racial as. there aro geograpiiicn! "How can v--o holp mlslnisfHnG a na- be continued, reduced to impotence by'tno jjroal Napoleon, was able, by its martial ardor, to re- establish itself And bring about tho complete overthrow of the collosal empiro and by superlative mililarism and methodic development, eilcnilcd Its nuthority from the Bast Prussian marshes to beyond tho Tlhine? Mak- ing war Is Its national Industry, and might Is Its Tight." Marsha! Foch paid a tribute to sbal Joffro, whose (aspiration, ho de- clared, brought Franca victory at tie Marne. CUTS AND BURNS Heal Healthily When You Apply "ABSORBIWE JR." Infection won't creep in, pus won't form or proud ficsh cause compli- cations, if you bathe the wound with ''ABSORIJIN'JI JR." Tlii3 home powerful in its destruction to germs yet so sooth- ing and iealing to the the bleeding and cases the pain. "AUSOHB1NE JR.1' be put into an open wound with the assurance that it will both cleanse ami It is equally good for treating Boil9, Abscesses, bores, Ulcc-s, Felons and Run-around. "ADSORBING JR.11 arrests inflamma- tion, cleanses the sore, destroys pus and starts rapid and healthy healing. a most rirugjjists or sent by YOUNG, INT., Lyman Building, Montreal. 25 botlr of Ed, Dtfbota, who was "Diamond Dyes" Tell You How A Child can Follow Directions and get Perfect Results The T, MJlbnra Co., Umttcd, Toronto, drowned In ttis feu not tote r Each package of "Diamond Dyes" contains directions ao simple Hint any woman can diamond-dye a new, rich, fadelosa color into .worn, shabby gar- ments, draperies, coverings, whether wool, silk, linen, cotlon or coods. Buy "Wamond other Mnt perfect results aro guarantee at even ff you have dyed'bcforo Druggist lif-3 color STARRING AS TITO LOMBARDI GIRLS GOOD BERT LYTELL In Delicious Delirious Acts. GIGGLES GOWNS GALORE! Peep behind Iho the dressing rooma where lovely man- nequins put on thousand-dollar creations to lure the eyes of society women. Sec how beautiful fnshions are designed and made of finest fabrics by a roaster See Gowns! 1 Gowns! II Cretans from famous medelfe frohi Hickson's and. Lircilte's and Tapps's, The last word in New York nodes, designed for Fifth Avenue wear. Beautiful Qirls all around him, but his heart remained faithful to one alone. And when she played him false, what happened? Find out for See "Lombardr, ADDED ATTRACTION OFFICIAL MOTION PICTURES OF THE Splendid Movies of the Big Event OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS THIS BUMPER SHOW AT REGULAR PRICES ADULTS, 35o CHIlDREN. 10e PLEASE COME EARLY Talmadge in "The Forbidden City" and COUNTRY STORS NIGHT. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Gouyerneur Morris' stirring romance of love, strife inS at played by Bosworth at his best and a fine supporting eiit, including Jane Novak and Wallace Beery. A Grest Stirring Picture for Great HOBART BOSWORTH. Mors Greater and Larger than tho "Sea Wolf." LAST TIMES TODAY WILLIAM FARNUM in "WOLVES OF THE NIGHT" Hclfl over by special request. If you have not seen It, dtp so today. Positively last showing in Ltthbridge, MAJESTIC, WED., MAY 26 GUY First Floor Balcony, Gallery No Phone Orders, No Seats Laid Aside. Curtain at o'clock. No One Seated During Prologue, N EPOCH-making event in tho annals of amusements la tlio prt-scnlallon Richard Walton Tully of tho vinlc-compclllng.accotn- -plitheil-Amcrkail actor, GUY DATES POST, in tho IrrMoscent bubble of modern humanity, "Tha Masquerader." Tliis dramatic masterpiece by John Hunter Tloath. taken from the widely reed novel c[ Kathcrino Cecil Thurston, Intimately Illustrates the lives; ot two men who met in tho fog and tnul- cil trtcntlt'cs and living The dual eharaoterlzatlon offers Mr. Past wonderful opportunity .nnd the contrasted char- nctcrs arc Impersonated by him with all the art of a genius mind. Hl3 drug fiend Is a pitiful Us Loder, the the mental ouj moral antithesis of tho other. More Intensity and artistically Interesting than Jeckyl and massive in tion than ally modern play, and. yet, sp deftly done, its ponderous scenes move with (he smooth rapidity of an uninterrupted panorama, and that la what-this wonderful play LIVING, MOVING, TALKING PANORAMIC IlEFLHX OF TUB AND WOOF OP HUMANITY. Most Ponderous tf all Modern Plays, pat- Mtlnj the element that comprises presented In "THE MASQUERADER" ;