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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY THE LFTHBRflXJE; DAILY D PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS UiMtMk WINNIPEG, May was no change lu tho cash markets today. The demand was excep- tionally light and spreads remained unchanged. May oats closed unchanged; Juiy higher October Ic higher. Karley He higher ror May, >ic up July and 4c lowor for October. Flax closed 4c higher for July Slid 3c up for Octobtr. lljre closed 9c higher (or -May. Quotations Opon Close May............ m 123 July............ Oct. SSHb I.. jj. jf t KING AND COUNT COLLIDE International OcL v Vla ilay July OcL 459 440 140U 459 450 May .121 .120 .115 .112; PAfllS, May auto- mobiles of Klug 'Alexander of Crceca aud Count Allain de Kergarioux collided tills after- noon ia the forest of Funtalne- bleau, the klug escaping with- out tbo count was- seriously Injured and several persons In the car with him also were hurt. Discusses Plans to Stop Wars 235 Cash Prices 1 C.W......12S 3 C.W. Extra 1 Feed 1 Feed.....US '2 2Fecd Track C.W......180 Vf C.W. lle.lect.ed Fred.......154'4 Track .........................162% 22U.W......394 Condemned ..345 Track ....456 2 C.W. Livestock May Livestock todayj were 120 -cattle, 205 lioga and 14 cheep. Trading wag-quiet, especially in all n{ buteher cattle. Choice butch- oi- steers-were: quoted from to1 good feiniile butchers ranged from J 13.00 to 515.50; bulls of godct quality changed at from 19.00 to ?13.00. Choice 'storter .steers ranged from Choice 'veal calves 'were scarce, prices rflrsging'frpnl to Lambs, with a few Boocl Ehc-cp'-weighiiig up a! S13.00. Hogs; selects, New York Stocks; PORTSMOUTH, -England, May 33. declaring that the lu- terantlonal Lav' Association, in ses- sion here, "considers the league of nations should examine the project of international police' fprce. to which: each' country should contribute its I were passed at yesterday's; session. i Major David member ot par- liament, suggested In an address thai the newest weapons of, gas, war planes, and ceded to the league of ua-. tions to .form such a force and that no permitted TMTOTHEPOPE William Farnum, lu "Wlugs of tho .Morning.' will be eeeu for the last' time toulght at tho Empress ThKitre. This paotodraina is filled .witb thril-; na situations and tlio (joiiuent Wil-j Ham Foi star never has been seeu In a more, picturesque role. One of the! great outstanding features ot this iho promoters of the enterprise. Every adjunct' to success, both ar- liatlc and commercial, has been called Into play tho producers and direc- tor, wllli Hit result that in this photo- dramatisation of Captain lloughton Townley's novel of high-class society ife in Ksgland, there is presented great picture is ocean ,ln: i Ihe public an unusually gripping and' Iheatrc tonight. fascinating story. Patrons of Ibe StarUnd theatre will have the pleasure of making the re- acquaintance of Miss Virginia son. noted emotional beauty of Iho screen and stage, as tho star ft this, production, when Bishop's Emer- alds" !s presented at that popular wreck. Also "Virtuous Husbaads." a dandy comedy. y FAIR VAMP MEETS WATERLOO! Coming to Colonial nest Wed- INFAMOUS CABARET to make use ot .such-inventions for warlike A report by the British.maritlnto law committee' 'advocating various changes 'in international law. espe- cially regarding mines and tho detention of dis- cussed. There was no action taken, and the subject.will be laid before an enlarged committee, including repre- sentatives ot several nations, tbat they may have an opportunity to con- sider Ihe points raised. KOME. May J. UalfourJ :ord president of the council in the British cabinet, did not in any way allude to the Irish question during his recent privalo audience with Pope Benedict, as some repents had de- clared, according to 'a semi-oflleSal Vatican communication issued today; "Tho visit ot Mr. lialfour to tho pontiff was an act of pure courtesy which was much appreciated by the the communication says. "It was marked by the greatest cordial- ity, but had neither political character nor alms. Besides, England has dip- lomatic representatives lo the Holy See and is using this channel, which is the normal one, in dealing with all questions in which the Holy See may be interested." Views of the popular Xew York cab- aret. Palais Royal, will be seen in "A Virtuous Constance I Talmadga when that production is shown at the Empress Theatre Mon- day and Tuesday. John Emsrson and Anita Loos have adapted tho story from Clyde Hteli's play, "The Bachelor." In addition to the inimitable Bmcrson-lxios method of screen writing-, Gilda Gray, famous shimmle, promises lo be. quite a sen- fc-ation. aesday and Thursday. MONOHAN'S-HOT TIME MINSTRELS TOP VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY FRENCH SELL ARMY AUTOS NBW YOHIC, -.May 0. P. H, 01 1-S; U. S. Steel preferred, IOC 7-S. A Island, III., magistrate ar- raigned, himself.- before hlnlself on a charge 'of ''cutting corners" in his and fined MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Best Laxative OTTAWA, Canadian return tabled in th'o house by Hon. Hugh .Guthrie, in- an- swer to questions .asked by Jacques JJurean, Three 'Itivers, shows that uq generals of the permanent- force' hare bad to give up their rank-du'fing the last si-t months, rive generals' h'ave been promoted since tho armistice, one- from lieutenant-general io gen- eral, and tour from brigadier-general to major-general. Eleven officers have been promoted to brigadier-generals since tice. Ot these, all except -BrigXien. A. E. Swift, vrho is permanently em- ployed.' have been struck oft tho i strength of the Canadian expedition- 1 I ary force and transferred to the rc- of officers. On'e hundred anc nine officers of permanent force I have been reiired on pension since armistice. PARIS, May French gov- ernment has virtually .completed Ihe sale of its slock ot army aulpmobiles. Tho total realized wasr rancs, which-does not include the ale of spare parts, tires arid other ccessories. One make ot utcmobiles, of "which some L'S.OOi) vere sold, cost the government" when new a little over francs each'. TEMPORARY CIVIL MAKE WOMEN EQUAL BEFORE THE LAW PARIS, May Woman's Suf fragette Union, of 'France cor. gratulated finance Minister Francois Marsal upon his rejection cf the pro posals made by certain senators tba women should be exempted from th surtax on bachelors, on the theor} that women who remain unmarried, d a general rule, do so of thci own choice. The suffrage tion holds that women should b equal before the law in all respects Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California on the package, then yon -nro sure your child the best and most harmless physic for the little liver and bowels. Children love it: fruity taste. directions on each Kittle. Yon must say Advertisement. DEMOBILIZATION REPORT TABLED IN COMMON Featured on the Hippodrome vaude- ville show at the Colonial theatre on Monday and Tuesday will be one of the acts of-the ban's Hot Time Minstrels, the origin- al exponents of all that Is best in min- strelsy. Billy Mouohan Is the prin- cipal comedian with tho company, and Is ably asststcd by the other members jn the fine performance. Francis Scott, and Company, In "Il- lusory will he seen on tho bill. They have a budget of original effects that 'follow in quick succes- sion with .such rapidity as to amaze "FAIR AND. WARMER" Off SCREEN, COMING Coming next Wednesday to the Co- lonial theatre Is May Allison In one of her now Screen Classics. Inc. Specials. "Fair and the Selwyn and Co. success, by Avery Hopwood. The picture Is an adaptation of one of the -most successful farces ever presented on tho American stage. Its run in Xew York-for two years, aud else- where for fully as loug. and its ex- tended vogue In London pronounce H that. The advent of Mfss Allison, easily one ot the most captivating of motion picture comediennes, in a new picture is erent enough; but In so celebrates a pieco as "Fair and Wanner" those who follow tho .screen here will be given an exceptional treat. The, story concerns the tribulations of Iwo young married couples. In one case the young wife complains that her husband, IJllly, Is so perfect that lie Is In the other case the young husband, though he adores his] wife, employs just the tactics 13Illy should lake advantage goes out ot his way to keep his wife guessing And when circumstances cast together EMPRESS THEATRE U MONDAY and TUESDAY El the.audience. j Billy, and the-apparently neglected is embellished with special plush Blauny, the result is one of the most scenery and lighting effects. SERVICE APPOINTMENTS OTTAWA, May 'ress.JVeA return tabled in the house n answer to qneslions by J..H. Sin- clair, Anligonish nnd.Guysbqjo, stated, the temporary civil service absurdly funny series ot situations! Fad "and Fancv, in their'own bar- ever contrived, even by Mr. llopwood. i Tirhn In -i rl in IH nrIK' t lio mony songs and chatter, will furnish who is admittedly the premier a fine fifteen minutes of real fun. They writer today in America, have a pleasing act which is full of many new features. Geo. Stanley Hall, all by himself, will offer the fastest comedy act on appointments-under the civil service! commission, are still on the. pay- roll.- This does.not include the partmcnt of soldiers' civil re-eslahlish-. ment, to which wero appointed out of n total bt the stage, with his rapid fire comedy talk and his own peculiar originality Hall is a riot. The amazing photo dram at sensa- tion, "Haunting In which "THE BISHOP'S EMERALDS" BIG DRAMATIC MASTERPIECE Widely heralded' by Mr. Ixiuis Meyer, president q! Virginia Pearson Photoplays, Inc., as the initial pro- duction of this organisation especially founded to exploit the beauty and the sterling H.-B. Warner, is histrionic1 laients ot Miss Virginia PRESS CONVENTION SASKATOOX, Sask., May Seventy delegates are'in attendance at the convention ot the Saskatchewan divisioVi of the Canadian Press-Asso-! cjation at the' University of Saskat-1 chewan. W.'A. editor of gov- ernment publications, Kegina, opened a discussion on advertising this morn- ing. James Cruickshanks, luws editor ot the Rcgina leader, delivered an address on "News, What It Is, How to Gather It and How To Write It." This was followed by a general dis- cussion. This afternoon, C. M. '.Me- Intosh of North Haltleford, president of the division, is presenting his an- nual report. starred; will top'tke- pictures. "Haunt-: ing Shadows" is a pldturization of Meridtth Nicholson's famous novel, "The House of a Thousand Candles." Other items on Ihe hill will include the latest Pathe Review, an eicellent comedy, and the Colonial orchestra. Manager I.en Brown Is giving this show his personal guarantee. Pearson, "Tho Bishop's Emeralds' fulfills amply every promise made by SOME GIRLS ARE BORN VAMPS. SOME ACHIEVE THE ART AND OTHERS HAVE IT THRUST UPON THEM. NELLIE'S CAME ALL THREE WAYS. SHE1 HAD A SMILE THAT WOULD CIVILIZE A BOL- SHEVIK; A PAIR OF EYES DAZZLE A THE MAN- NER OF A SUNDAY- SCHOOL TEACHER. SHE VAMPS EVERY MAN SHE MEETS, SHE JUST CAN'T HELP IT CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN 'A VIRTUOUS VAMF Adapted by John Emerson and Anita Loos from Clyde Fltch't Play "THE BACHELOR" HAVE YOU EVER BEEN VAMPED; If you have, you know how it feels. If you haven't, you've got to learn. Don't fail to SWEETEST ;VAMP' STORY EVER Nellie Jones Smiling Vamped Her Way Through Life, Breaking Hearts as Though Were Kidney. Beans Until She Vamped Her, Own Heart Away. FINAL SHOWING TONIGHT WILLIAM FARNUM WILL1AN FARNUM in "WINGS OF THE MORNING" A Screen Creation from the Famous Novel by Louis Tracy is 4 tj LITTLE LIKELIHOOD OF 1 "KILBANE-FLEM1NG FIGHT. OTTAWA, May Cantidln1 part taken by the de partment ot militia and defense i the work ot tho war and demobiliza- tion between Noveniber 1, 1S18, and October 31, 1919, is set forth in Mem- orandum No, C, Irorn that department, PRESCRIPTIONS FOR LIQUOR IN B.C. VICTOniA, B.C., Jlay 5S--Although British Columbia's ollicial liquor busi- ness has shown n steady decline since the removal of restric- tions the total sales durinc the firgl four months of tfils year were tabled in the house by Hon. Hugh Prescriptions Issued numbered Guthric. This is the last of Ihe mem-] The number ot doctors using oranda to be regard to Iho j jjpink pad" in the four months European w.ar and the details of dc-1 varied between 1GO and 165. >t MONTREAL, Jlay 27. f There is little likelihood of Frank Fleming and johnny Kil- ft bane meeting in a match for the featherweight champion- ship at Toronto .tomorrow night, unless ,Kilbano -waives his-stipulation .that bis oppon- ont weighs 123. pounds at X 'o'clock. Klomlng has not beoa itble to gel down to woighL mobilization arc set forth fully. LADIES' CHOIR OF 20 VOICES Children' Under 16 Not Admitted CITY AND DISTRICT Lieutenant Hardy to. Speak All clay tomorrow services will bo conducted by Lieut. Hardy and bandsmen. At II a.m. Ad- jutant Hardy will dedicate lo God the infant son of .Bandmaster anil Uarnard. In the afternoon a praise! meeting will be held. At 7.30 p.m. Lieut. Hardy assisted by members of the band will simak on salvation from sin. Appropriate music and songs will be rendered. The lieutenant (s the eldest daughter ol! Chief Hnnly ami is on vacation to t'nls city. Her work as ;i Salvation Army officer successful hi winning souls to (loci. HEAVY WIND DOING BIG DAMAGE AT SASKATOON SASKATOON, Sask.. May heaviest wind storm of the sejson is laud, drain in many places is not sufficiently well advanced In avoiil damage, hut there is no doubt that tonay'ii wind will do considerable da-nifige. ARREST AGITATORS ROSIB, May of Plum- ians and Dalmatians were made- by tho police of Homo on Monday night be- cause there was apprehension that dis- orders were being instigated by per- sons who oppose :i Buttlemeut of the STARLANIY TONIGHT Lr PCARSON She lias worked In the training col-1 Adriatic question, according to a let- fa connection ivHh Iho training of cfidcts na officers. Her present ap- yodilinent Is at Watrous Corps. where a good work is being done by her and tiomradu officer. This corps is a new opening of tho Salvation Ar- there. A 'nearly welcome to all these Tneclings. Adjutant Hardy and Lleul. Brett will assist nlso at the services. ter written liy Premier NHtl to Sena- tor Iiucca, made inquiries as to the incident. STAKE M. I. A. GRAND BALL RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE DANCING FROM 8 to 12 BETTING ON DERBY LONDON, May Canadian Associated Uetllng on the Derby follows Tetramtema, It to i; Allonbjr, Sarchotion. 7 to 1; I'oumells, 100 to 1; Ho Goes, 20 to I. POMME DE TERRE WINS LONDON, Mar CatiKdlan Associated Manchester cup, run today, was won by Pommo do Torre, 3 lo 1. Square Measure, 4 to 1, was second, and Happy Mau, 7 toj 1, was third. Eleven fiorse.i ran. THCBtUOPJ FIRE DESTROYS AUTOMOBILES K1XOSTON, Ont, May Canadian automo- miles, including four now ones, were destroyed when Hie third storey of Iho illuc Garagri was gutted uy fire last nlgtit, caused, It is thought, by spontaneous combustion. Tho IDS? Is estimated SHOMH.IIWB Tho Velvel-Eyrtl Lady of the Screen" In the first of the new big "Vfrgin'.i Pearson Photo- High Class Soalcty Drama Jn Six. Acts, COLONIAL: LAST TIMES TONIGHT (SATURDAY) OF AVENUE A" "LOOSE LIONS AND FAST LOVERS" FINAL EPISODE "TfcE MIDNIGHT MAN" 35c and HDc MONDAY and TUESDAY MONOHAN'S HOT TIME MINSTRELS In 3 blnzo of real old lime Minstrelsy. TheyYft great. GEO. S. HALL "For Laughing Purposes Mostly." FAD AND FANCY Harmony Songs, and Comedy Chatter. FRANCIS SCOTT AND COMPANY Presenting Their Amazing Illusory Divertissement. Vaudeville's Greatest Illusionists. Elaborate Stage Setting. Marvellous Effects. One of the Season's Finest Acts. EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY ATTRACTION H. B. WARNER In the Sensational Myttery Story, "HAUNTING SHADOWS" A Tremendous Production of MEREDITH NICHOLSON'S Famous Novel and Stage Piay, "THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES" If you read the book, or saw the slsge you certiilnly wlli enjoy this great picture. PATHE REVIEW OTHER ATTRACTIONS Same Popular Prices: Adults, cents; Kiddles, 25 centa Matinee Dally at at 7 and 0 NOTICE TO COLONIAL I take n deal of pleasure in being fortunate enough to se- this splendid show for Monday and- The Vaudeville Bill is by far the best we have had this season and will compare favorably with any of the larger cir- cuits. "HAUNTING- SHAD- thu special feature photoplay outlined above, vyill alone make a visit to the Colonial Theatre enjoyable on Monday and Tuesday, We are paying a considerable ex- tra amount for this picture alone, as it U one of the season's hpst pk-tures. season's best pictures. (Signed) LEN S. BROWN, Manager Colonial Theatre. the way, watch for 'FAIR AND WARMER." ;