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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fAQK FOUHTKKN THK LETHumnfiu DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920 PHOTOPLAY VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Oftll The trains May marki-is fw the- coarse very dull nxlay. feature la-ins light of all jy-adc-s. wi-1- 'J 10 1U tents tarley. "bat's cioif i Ju1-v Ulichaugi.il. at'.J liishl-r. Barley closed 1'it lower fur May: July IK'' liiwtr. October 1'ic Letter. May flax closed -V lower: May rye t-loicd f.e higher, 'file Wlr.r.ipes market will ue Monday. May Quotations May...... July...... October May...... July...... October Mlljr Jllljr Slay Open. 1 IK-% 1601- 143 Cash Prices Xu32 Kstri No. I feed Nu.il Feed. dejected .I5S1, Track......... l-lAX- Xo.'l N.W.C. No.; 3 C.W...W2 Condemned .310 So. No. 4 No. Irack j ,N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK. .May 22. Closing tales: C. I'. 1UW: I'. S. Steel 91-11; U. S. steel Preferred Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, May livestock today ucre 73 cattle anil 210 hogs. Light trading was in progress this morning. Choice tmtcher steers wore quoted at lo ;1T.M. with hulk M J12.00 lo S14.50. Choice quallly butchers 513.00 to with bulk ranging trom to }12.00; [air to good stoeker sleers ami heifera made from S7.50 to veal calves changed hands at Crbm J15.00 to The hog market remains uiicbauged, ntver been that he can't 'i" when he wants lo. Aud a flood, it Jin tpurvd no t'xpv'iist.- in reprot'.at iiic this Ihe i-.-l deuil luivlns i-sn-'far.y rii-J out so as lo Ihe ivreseru- iioli i-f '.hi- luosl gtlmiuc r ul j A locjsivti in Ihe fcr'hiHi o! t'asc-iJe Mountains. Northern ia. a Unit Iwo square rallef in :-.rc.i. (un'.hhci :hc t-iic for live A or uore ivis-J Ubvirtr-. the of E-'jir- i pr.xlue'.iou luansger, Li1- in the work ..diirh itMvereJ a in-rkK) of ono month in :K- preparation. tite une of (our massive vler I trie more Ibyn million s.il- j Ions o! .-.vi'tcr weje from Sacrann'uto Kiver iiiMl tui'red in a i-ially ciinshurtnl ressrvoir the iioiui of N'umer- i oiTs scenes >tere [iiniel in the city. the one the sptx-laculnr tiicstrnctlon of the little settlement by I the fiooil. The sales of the riser-1 voir raise.! and the water, a--: liy ttic 5teop grade of i iiiouniaiu. ru.-b-cd into the I f.irryins; evc-rytliiiiB befXire it. Dwell- jlng.-. thurc-hcs. ibcatres, bridges and I railroad lines were lifted from their foundations and ali pl'etl up in masses i of debris. i Not only in these scenes alone was j "Doug" granted opportunities galore ,jq j to do some wonderfully clover smuts. I but all through ihe iiicture he j new tricks thai will give many thrills who glory in hi.s red-blooded j tnanner of working. In 11 ofi tho scenes of the picture more than a j j thousand extras were used, which in I iiself will give an idea of Ihs ous scope of the production, A star like Fairbanks knows his own qualifications beet. This story was conceived by "Doug" hituseJf, and j he has put into it every conceivable tiling he has ever dreamed of. With thcso things in mind a slight idea of e action ho puts into this picture III be possible. Other good pictures Including a good comedy will be shewn which forms fed and watered, being td at quot- big show you'll never, never forget TOM MIX A WONDERFUL HORSE Never was a man happier than was Tom Mix while the making of the lat- est William Fox picture Blood" of which he is the slar. The chief reason was that he was able, to be so much with his horse and make It show' off and let everybody know how smart he is for Tom Mix is above all things a lirairie man and that A FORTY-FIVE SECOND LOOK AT A TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR GOWN AT STARLAND lieautlful and charmi-ag Sylvia Urea- inej- is authority for tbo statement BIG HOLIDAY VAUDEVILLE In Vcnlriloiuial Oddily" In which SHOW AT.THE COLONIAL [they feature their mystifying elec- MONDAY AND TUESDAY j Irlca! doll. HU dancing figures are a Scream. For tlie spet-iai holiday raudeville A grval feature photoplay, entitled, shows at the popular Colonial theatre "Beckoning In which exquisite I many new ana rani attractions iiare'Uessio BirrUcaie is starred, will top that she has never In her lifo worn In this Putho feature Miss Bre.uuer yensatlonal equilibrists who present a j ford's 'famous orchestra will be portrays the part of a poor autress.: marvelous balancing and acrobatic hand. who, under tho stress ot poverty and act. They filRfi Introduce the most A special matinee will be given oa Illness, accepts the role as ot daredevil feat oa tho vaudeville stage. Monday afternoon, and the usual eve- a younj Southern buy. After sha I "tho slide for llto." The Charbiiiujniug performances ou Monday and arrives at his home tuolber sends i troupe have one of the greatest acts Tuesday, for a Xew York modiste iind gowns! [of its kiud ever seen here, and will And such, gownai The most exqiilFlls j j things any woman could wish for: A wonderful gown of cloth of silver with a long, three-pointed train weigh- led dawn with heavy pllver tassels cost No, Clarice, Sylvia didn't buy it out atnsauon ncrc. I Edna Kiliott. it clever pair i of comedy will he seen ID the delightful, conietly ekit entitled, "The Kluslve Fifteen." one of the most enjoysblo of the season's comedy offerings. Harry Dardell. incomparable of her own pay was only juggler" and the boy with the Charlie lent for one day and Miss Dreamer chsplin bsts will bo a bright spot wore it exactly forly-flve seconds be- on the lull. He features many unuaoal- foro the seconds of 1 ly cjuver tricks and hands out concentrated joy for Miss Breainc-r, laugh with hts comedy, who, being utterly feminine, rovels in j More roinudy..on the bill will be GUY BATES POSf. the great American actor who COOKS to the Majestic In "The Wednesday, May 26. him.' He minds just as a child would. Not because I make him ;but because he wants to please me. "I got this horse when he .was bom and he has been with me over since, which means seven years. U'e have been through every sort of fun and a way that If it had been a man he would have been killed. 1 talked to him seriously but he would not under' stand. Then 1 decided lo do the thins myself. With an ordinary horse this would have been like suicide, but I knew how, so I look the chance. lovely clothes. furnUhcd by Valin and Company TALMABUE AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT A fine week-end show is.being ofier- cd at the Colouial thefctrc for the last times tonight On the bill will be seen wonderful Korma Talmadge In her great feature, "The Forbidaen the latest chapter of "The Midnight and a.really runny comedy in two parts, 'The Bull Thrower." To'accommodate tho usual Saturday evening crowds the show wiil ruii continuously until 11.30 to- night. rianger'that I have experienced in Sure, enough, us soon as he looked those years, and that is considerable. I around aud saw ine hanging down, he means that he loves his horse as much as his own life. "When you are raised on the open range you feel that way towards your horse and you never get over it." ex- 1 plained Tom as he was fondling Ag- j glo. ia the affectionate1 name ;r.i he hns given the splendid animal. I thought that he knew every trick n the world hut when It camo to make Us picture 1 discovered that there some new ones. I do not teach hat horse tricks, 1 just tell them to "One trouble I had with him this time was rather funny; I told him to drag a person with a man's foot in the slirrup and his heart hanging down. Hi think It would be hard but 1 maiie the mistake of1 beginning by using a dummy. 1 do not know what miidc me c-: long time 1 1 that dunini. but 1 was. For a -int get him to drag just went along the way I wanted htm I to go and ho avoided the bad places and saw to !i that" his hind tc-g did i not touch me. It wns j---'. as safe as j It I were in the saddle. It was a little I uncomfortable, that was all. It was just a of his understanding. The word 'dummy' am! the thing itscll did not appeal to him 1 suppose." At running In such SUrland Monday and Tuesday. WASHINGTON, May oltlc- !al dispatch received by one of tho embassies here from a diplomatic re- presentative in Mexico City reports the death of Cnrranza but gives no details. Was Assassinated EL- PASO, Texas, Mny As- sociated Carranza of Mexico was assassinated by his ,own men, according to a telegram from Gen. Obregon of Mexico CUV. received by revolutionary ngenU here today. Carraoza was kllbd by troops un- der Oen. Hoilolofo Herrora, a former federal foldler of the Diaz regime, the message from Obrcgon stated. EMPRESS MONDAY Has Not Overlooked a Singli Trick to Make "When the Clouds Roll By." porc-ckanilng, purging anil sterilizing proparUca of ih'a wondar- ful Ekln soap, uslrig plenty of hot water and soap, best applied with the hands, which it cofttns wonder- and the soothing end healing properties of Cuticura Ointment for redness and ronghntss, pimples and dandruff if jiny, prove a icvclc- ticn lo ihozt who ihcm for tha Bret time. Soap 23t, Ointment 25 COc. Sold throujihcui t wllXout rr.v MAJESTIC, WED., MAY. 26 GUY BATES Curtain at o'clock. First Floor S3.60 Balcony, No Phone Orders. No Laid AcHc. No One Seated During ProTogje. management of (ho ThealjO has had every assurance- tha the United Artists Corporallon tha the next production made by Dmmla Fairbanks, to be shown here durini next week l.i the most clabornH1, ly and stupendous nli-din: h" ha CVCT turned out (rom his fallforn studio. Whetl "Doug1' bf-g.in his ii mediately after he lir.d finished hi first Unltnd Artists "One the he called a conference of I all associates at his plutlio In Hol- lywood, Cal., and tnld Ills Idea] lor tho noil story. wns rs- tonlshed. "Doug" was nlnotulcly de- termined that ho was going to do something daring add with that he Insisted that everything from begin- ning to end had lo he of the mo.'t elab- orate order. He went to far as lo insist in hln story that an entire clly such may be found throughout the oiiddle crft section of the United Slates, ha destroyed in providing one of the spec- tacular punches in the prodncllon. Ana tho destruction was not lo be an Or- ilinary dftslrucllon. H had to hft a flood. Tho proposition floomod alnio.st to thcr.o liaa Viaduct Lodge No. 53 N EPOCH-making event In the annul? cf amusements is'the presenlaiioa by Riclisrti Walton Tully of the vlrile-ccmpelling.accom- plished-Amcrican Ector, GUY BATES POST, in the IrrMescc-nt bubble 6! modern humanity, "Tho Masqucrader." This dramatic masterpiece by John HnntCT Booth, taken from the widely vrad novel of Katherine Cecil Thurston, intimately illustrates ihe lives of two men >who met in the fog and trad-- ed and living quarters. The dual characterization offers Mr, Post a wonderful opportunity and tbo contrasted char- acters arc impersonated by him with all the art of a genius mind. His drug fiend is. a pitiful wretch; his the the-' mental and moral RrrtlUieais of the olher. More inlenslcy and artlelTcally interesting than JcckyT and Hyde more massivo in presenta- tion than any modern play, and yet'. EO diftly done, ils ponderous scenes nrjve with the smooth rapidity of an uninterrupted paaor.'ima. and lii.U is what Oils wonderful play A UVINO. SlOVINO, TAI.KINQ. 'PANORAMIC JIBFI.EX OF THE WAltl' AND WOOP OF HUMANITY. The Most Ponderous of alt Modern Plays, pul- sating with .the element that comprises "THlVIASQUERADER1 o >W o ii o Are Giving An Invitation In the Masonic Halt on All OiMfellcws and F.ebekatis anrf their friends invi- tations will please see or phone any of the committee: H. S, White, Sugden, A. Smith, R. De-uglas and J. H. Easton, or phors Lotlja Secretary al 652 or !781, Dancing From Nine Till Twn, WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 26th ON THE PREMISES, 320 SEVENTH STREET S. COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION AS ABOVE THE UDEFUL HOUSE- HOLD And offefU incturlhtx: Iknvy oak siiieho parlor net: two otrasionnl Titblps; small in (rotoinifi; S dining firm clir-.lr; kilrhoti cupboard; v.-iti> h'vi'llfid mlrrnr; am] uoarly new con- of atirf floor coverings; 2 burner oil stove: loikH wfirfi; cot ami hrnss trimmed beds coin- l-lftf wlUi fenthrr cblt'J's hlph chfilr; chC'St. of (Irawcrs; smntl ftizcrt ROtu; macliinc untl Hnyal range; slnall kitchen 'able; o.ik framed mirror; picture: sranilo wuro; sealrra; nbout 50 ;uni many other smaller CASH "WAODINQTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE''1 THE GREATEST OF HIS GREAT PICTURES DON'T MIS3 you'll never forgcl grc.-it flood real honost-to-goodnosc sweeps his lost svveatheart back, to him. "A Nightmare" such ts you'v; never scsn, never and never even heard about, and that's what ha goes throu-Jti, and ll's only one of his many troubles that ho has Iri THE CLOUDS ROLL DV." It is full of hundreds of laughs and n hundred thrills. GREAT HOLIDAY TREAT FOR ALL SPECIAL MUSICAL ARRANGEMENT Bosworth in 'Behind the Door7 ;