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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 THE LETHBIUDGK' DAILY HRF.ALD PAGE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS LIlMtMt WINNIPEG, May was very little business Iransacted in the rash .markets today. The demand was not bo active and all offerings were very light. There was nothing doing in oats and spreads dropped- Bar- ley was in good demand for No. 3 C.W., aud premiums advanced 2c. May oats closed lower. July 2c down, and October 2Vic losver; barley 2c down, flax for May and 25c down lor July. Quotations Oiicn. Close. 113% 110U. July-...............IW.i ItTA Slifs Site U A It I. May......... ICC 1C3W October ............143 H3 -I5S July............ 4SO JCO quoted. f Cash Prices Ku. 2 O.W...119V. No. 3 C.W...1I7% Kxlra No. 1 1 Feed..115 No. 2 Feed..112 V- Track ...........r............107% Xo. 3 No. 4 nejecieil Track.....16IU FLAX- NO., i N.VV.C. .'....-....-......MS No. a No. 3 C.W...3S3 Track Ko. 2 New York Stocks XKW YORK, May sales: C. V. R., 114; U. S. Steel, U. S. Sleel Winnipeg Livestock WINXII'EO, May livestock- receipts, 1-1; 179 and seven sheep. Uulchcrs were bidding generally steady for reoat classes aud grades o! cattle, while t-radiug was fairly ac- Uve. Clrtjice butcher steers ranged from fl-3.00 to ?I7.00, while ?11.30 to prevailed for fair to good qual- ity. Choice stockers, to 510.00 and .fair to good, to 59.00. The bog market remained firm al for selects. CalBary Livestock CALGARY, May 21. (Dominion livestock were slim Prices Take Big Slump In Chicago CHICAGO, May Prices came down helterskelter today on the Board of Trade. .All grains and provisions Joined in the tum- ble. Corn and pork underwent extreme breaks respectively 7 3-8c a bushel and a barrel. July delivery of corn touched as low at 1-4, and July pork Liberty Bonds Up YORK, May buy- Ing o( Liberty bonds and Victory notes ia the first hour of today's trading on the stock exchange resulted in many substantial recoveries for those Issues from recent low records, liberty sec- ond 4's rose to 82.70, an Increase of JUO per first 4y's at 85, show- ed a gain of 11. second at S3.50 rose Jl.40. third 4'1's at S3 snowed a gain of at S7.10, and fourth at 84.30 were strongest of all at a gain of J230. I Victory roso 96 cents to 95.GO, aud the 4S's gained (1.20 at 95.90. Dealings in these issues up W 11 approximated par IS NOT MADE COMPULSORY ON SHIPMENTS TO CANADA TORONTO. May. Canadian Manufacturers' Association his been NAUGHTY ACTORINE FIGURES IN SPICY BUT, WHOLESOME FILM AT STARLAND Nothing bas come to the Star- land theatre has had the dramatic I through the ages lo be- read with avid- ity by boarding school girls, college boys and men in their dotage, footing U for Siberia, where he hones fori kinder treatment. i A year later he returns to bis ances- morning and announced at the head i these forbidden Tastes olicu of the Canadian Manufacturers' change with years, but the tang of de omcv 'pi- Maupassant and Gauller still lingers. Of course, "Respectable- by Proxy" is not In the same class as these me- diaeval masterpieces, but it contains a situation around which even these master word painters could have evolved something that would go If Executive Committee of Canad- ian National Council Plans to Broaden Scope offerings on the stockyards market today, but tbe market was probably the strongest aeon for woeks. In all. S5 cattle, 10 calves and 205 bogs were offered during the moming. Prices were up and tho market wan generally strong. One prime bulcheV steer, weighing 1.410, sold at 16 cents, and with an average weight of 'sold at per cvrt. The average I'nin price was from lo Prime butcher, cows were high, too, one weighing 1.420. bringing 514 Ot Tho bulk of the offerings went to J14.25. One' heifer weigh- ing SCO, sold at 13 cents, and one calf 440 brought lo cents. But- cher bulls' averaged front lo JlO.tffl po'r cwt. The top price'on select hogs today was the bulk of the offerings being bought by Swift for shipment.. Boston Wool Market BOSTON, -Mass., Hay Com- Tnercial Bulletin will say tomorrow: "The wool market bas been very dull here so far as private trading is concerned and prices arc difficult to quote because of the lack of business and lite uncertainly. .Prices declined 10 (o 20 per cenl. on tlie fine wools offered at .the Kngli.sh government auction. Rales here. IJuying in Iho west' is praclically at a standstill. .reports from. the goods mar- kets are anything but encouraging, with cancellations more or less gen- eral. Tlie worsted mills have not felt these cancellations so much as tho woolen plants." TORONTO, May meeting of thn. executive imnmlllce of tho Can- adian national council for combatting venereal diseases was held here yes- terday and a number of Important matters were brought forward in con- nection with the council's efforts lo help the Domiuion government and the provincial governments In -I their 'Campaign against venereal dis- eases. The sccreUry reported that provin- Thomas 11. Tnce's new production released as a Paramqunt-Artcraft spe-j cial. "Behind the scored a i great hit at the Bmpress theatre terday. !t Is an admirable photoplay starring great HOBAKT BOSWORTH, a vigorous aclor, and ho is supported by such players as Jane- Novak, Otto) Hoffman, Wfcllaee Beery and J. P. It was put inU> Bcrticu con-j tlnulty by Luther Keed, aiid was di- rected by Irvin Willatt. The story Is admirably presented, there being a thrill tcenc. With the all- slar surroundings, Thomas H. Ince lias given us one of ths real sensa- tions of the year. Al Christies' new comedy hit, "Sal-1 ration-Sue" and Ouling Chealere1 lal-' est review nro also on the bill, loxelb-l er wilii a special musical program, tinder the direction of Mr, J. P. Alci- ander, tops the bill off. as one of the best yet ever ofjired to tlie. Letb- briucc theatre-goers. I'rcmier Introduces, Resolution 'to That EfTect Which 13 Carried cial commfttoes havo been formed in NTovn Scotia, Manitoba and Saskatche- wan, while all Iho' other provinces Kavo committees In process of forma- tion. It was decided that stepsriioulrl bo taken to put flic situation, as re- In the person of Guy Bates Post, gards venereal disease before physic- who enacts Die trying dual'roles ians throughout the country as well as John Loder and John Cbilcole in his Ihc government plans, and the use of lalest and greatest successT-and that films and special lectures for the pur- pose, was tllscusscd. Plans for a considerable increase in the staff of tbe national council wore gone over and approved. A' social in- vestigator to work in jails and police courts, will be appointed in the near future, while departments of propaganda, law enforcement, educa- tion and a medical department also planned. is saying much when one recalls the lover of the drama has an artist, pre- eminent, a man who'has caught every shade of meaning, every subtlety of two roles, either of which would bring fame lo, their Impersonators. Post plays with so much meaning, such dcpth'of feeling, his auditors ara car- are rjed into the essence of the character I to the extent they become a part of that character llself. The characler- izations are the most artistic of lat- ter day drama and one does not find it difficult lo agree with Richard Wal- ton 'fully, wiio maintains lhat Qny Hates Post is tho greatest aclor on (the English speaking stage; Auslra- MONTKEAlj, May Frank i lla's most severe critic said "Post can Oliver, former, minister In the.Laurier j do all that Irving did, and more, for cabinet, inlerviewed hero, said the he combines the stilted poise of tho FRANK OLIVER SAYS WESTERN FARMERS NOT TO BLAME FORK. C. L. weslern farmer was not to blame for lliu high cost of living, as-he had made no profit out of the inflated prices of wheat. While the. Canadian gov- aclor who is gone with the case, grace, elegance, and subtllly of moton char- ade ra.J'' As one watches Ihe gradual dsgcn- hnaliel tho rather wantci) a reduction of but tariff. ernment was wiling Canadian wheat cration of tne tmcd me "-------and Germany al; something akin, to .sympathy for Ihe I n? I Eoul lhal lho dreaje'l morphia is1 neve! "oTwfllUh111" "'i writer lo the most influential incni-j bcr of parliament we feel as though1 wo were personally attaining a goal we bad dreamoJ about since hood. "Early In says Mr. Post, "I j camo to. the dividing of Ihe ways, as! every young man I be! salfsned wilh becoming an aclor who, I SWEDISH-RUSSIAN TRADE CONTRACTS COl'BNIIAfiEN', May amounting lo Swedish kro- ner liavo been negotiated between Sweden and Bolshevik Russia, accord- ing to a statement mado to tho Poll- Bary conversations which Kcassin, JJolshovik :rado relations. OTTAWA, May (Fly Canadian honso ;will not sit on {Monday. Sir Robert-'liordoiTs mo- provide for B iioliday on Victoria Day-came before house this afternoon. -The speak- i1.' remarked that- tho 'motion could life Giilcrlalned by nnanfinoua con- .'-It should lifivc had Iwo days' Kjtfcc ami only one day was given. Kir Hoberl observed that rider Hnle 40. Ihbrc a provision 1 lat two days' iintir.c did not apply to uoIirjnR for adjournment or meeting if tin: house. Tho siifntciir: "1 think (he inler- which has been given lo this frulo fu that it refers lo tbe hour of re- R. The Krciicli version, the, word Is used. As U present ad- 1, I am still of the opinion1 thai Iwo days' notice requires to ba given. Mr. (laiivricu. of Tcmlscotita, ob- Sick-d lo the motion yesterday, but gviihdrew his objection. He did so, lie s.ild, out of deference (o llioso "who Joined hands with us when we made Ascension Day a holiday." He hoiicd She ]irimc minister wmilit begin But- jjirrtiiy and morning sittings as early We want." he Added, leave Of- glniva nnd bare a decent motion was carried. .1_________________ Oddments of nutmeg, in a small (piece of muslin, ran be used lo sivc a mice flavor lo stjups or stews. Tie- [MOVC" before-sorvirrg ff ff A tj ff SIR GEORGE PERLEY TO REPRESENT CANADA Oiinrr OTTAWA, May Canadian Roberl ttordeti announced In Oie house today that Sir (leorgo IVtley, hUb commissioner in London, would represent Canada at thn conference of the allies at Spa. liken's Stockholm correspondent, by 3ttalnInB ordinary success, re sis on M. Hellberg. who carried on the nccss-! lhis attainment, or would I make the! effort to master the most difficult ol 'all-the arts. The nrst was compara-' lively easy, the latter meant labor! i without end; perhaps disappointment i j for reward, nights of study, days of i I effort, i had read of some- one who having an Impediment In his speech, dally'went (o a lonely beach and plac-' Ing pebbles In his mouth learned -to j master his mother tongue, eventually becoming one of tho greatest oralors; of his time. Acting under Ihe sugges- tion I, countless times, havo sought a lonely spot and.agtiiu and again re- pealed certain difficult passages In Ihe plays in which I was lo appear. Would It surprise you to know 11 sought out and almost constantly ns-' soctaled with a drug addict for weeks. In order that 1 might learn what Ihnt addict's attitude won towards the world and humanity. It was what you In John be alone with that drug and Its effects." Xorma Talmadge, who will bo seen al the Colonial thealre today and Sat- urday in "The KorbMdcn Cily." COUNTRY. STORE VOIWIL NITE AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT -At llie popular Colonial loulght, tho weekly fnn festival, the Country Store Vodvil Xite, will be staged on a big- ger and beller scale (ban ever. A flno lineup of prizes has been secured, and toulght's Colonial patrons will be accorded u rare treat. The feature picture of the week wlil be "The forbidden in whlcn Xorma Talmadgo is slarred. This Is feature attraction. Brccl- lent comedy will bo supplied by "The Hull a two-part howl, and big Jim Corbeli will hn seen in (he, COLONIAL TONIGHT More Than Novelties Thin Ever. ii't, the One Bif Trial for the Whole Family. Pleile Come Early. Double Coupons on the Country Store and the Kitchen Cabinet for Those Tickets Before 7.15 p'.rn. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FOR TODAY AND SATURDAY and In Iheir greatest combined dramatic success "The Forbidden City" A .si ng, Oriental drama. "THE BULL Special 2-part Comedy Scream "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Don't miss this, installment. There Is only one more to come. Usual Prices All Week Adults 35c Children lOc the real wlie and a villain who thinks he has set the stage for a nice little denouement. No one could ask for a better i-llmax thau the ono that brings "Respectable By Proxy." showing to- day and tomorrow nl the Starland the- atre to a successful termination. EMPRESS TODAY TOMORROW 'Thomas H. Ince's Great Play of the "Behind the Door" WITH GREAT H06ART BOSWORTH And An All Star Cast A Story of the Sea and Love. Tlio captain's day had come! The mail who had stolen, out- raged, slain his hrido, was pnr- 3lit there, "Behind Ihc Door." A picture really great. U hold and get you every second. A o'.eaii tli all's made to laugU "SALVATION SUE" And Other Pictures, v SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM COMING MONDAY DouglaaFairbanks in "When the Clouds Roll By'1 His Second ,Picture for the Big Four. Viaduct Lodge No. 53 ko o U o Are Giving An Invitation In the Masonic Hail on All Oddfellows and Rchtkahs and their friends wishing invi- tations will please see or phone any of the committee: H. S. White, W. Sugdw, A. W. Smith, R. Douglas and J. H. Easton, or phone Lodge Secretary at 662 or 1781. Dancing From Nine Till Two. The Lethbridge Ladies' Hairdressing Massage Parlors HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Floor) OPPOSITE GALT GARDENS SwiU'hes-iuaile lo order by combings. Superfluous hairs romtnvd. Hair dyeing. Manicuring. Facial massages by electrical colored rays. Special bairdressing for all. occasions Try our special liair tutd English formulu, tull rights. Consult Us Before It Is Too Late. Phone 1710 Our Parlors Will Be Closed Mon- day Owing to the. Holiday. GUY BATES POST'S ADVANCE SALE OPENS TOMORROW (SATURDAY) latest cnliodi .Man." of "liio Jlldnlglit STARLANn TODAY AND TOMORROW LJ ABLACKTOK KOBUCHQM RESPECTABLE tor Sylvia Breamer i Robert Gordon ORIGINAL, NOVEL, SPICY ENTERTAINMENT ALSO GOOD COMEDY AND TOPICS OF THE DAY A WORD OF WARNING- A WORD OF THANKS- In all the history of amusements in this city or vicinity there has never been such a demand for seats as has been made for the engagement of the Great American GUY BATES comes to LETHBRIDGE, WED- NESDAY NIGHT, MAY 26th. PERFORMANCE' STARTING AT NINE O'CLOCK. Mail orders have been received from points many miles away as well at from hundreds within the limits of the city. THERE STILL REMAINS GOOD SEATS AT ANY OF THE VARIOUS th'e number is I earnestly suggest to those who have not made their reserva- tions by mail. "DO SO'AT ONCE OR BE AT THE OPENING OF THE ADVANCE SALE EARLY TOMORROW MORNING, or you may be disappointed in securing the location you most desire." IN ORDERING BY MAIL PLEASE STATE FIRST AND SECOND CHOICE OF LOCATION, AND ENCLOSE SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE TO AVOID ENROR. Seldom, If ever, do lovers of the West have an opporounily to witness an amusement organization of the high quality of excellenc; that is being .brought to our midst by Mr. Post! seldom does ANY enjoy the privilege of witnessing the exact company, compFeto production, triple car equipment, than bas loured and triumphed In two costin- ents. The reception accorded Ibis Great American Star in every clly visited h.is really been an epoch making event in amuse- ments and I desire to personally thank' and congratulate the lovers of "ihe best in amusements" in this city and for their show of appreciation. I am proud to state nil indica- tions point to THIS CITY receiving MR. POST In a manner second to no city visited by The Foremost Amtrican Star. Mall orders will still be received to accommodate pat- rons. Prices will First Floor, Balcony, and SI.50. Gallery, and I desire to state that through spe- cial arrangements these prices are lower than Mr. Post has receiving In The States. Respectfully, LEW S. BROWN, Manager Majestic Theatre. Post makes it a "never broken rule'' that no one be seated during the prologue, in order that those already scatoci may fully 'enjoy the quiet Intense beauty of the scens. ;