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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 31, 1020 THE LFTHBRIDGE DAILY HKRATD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS LEI mm HOUSE WINNIPEG, May With May tulires out ol tba way, lite trading in uhlMi has been as keen Us the market liaS'ever teeu, Iho cash markets today iiuleled dpwTi and go on a Juty basis. quiet and dull today. ThSrVtras nothing doing In cltbor flax or ,'ryo, owing to light- offerings 'and absence of buyers. 'Winnipeg- oats dosed lV4c higher with October -belter. May ijarlcy dosed up, .July lltetler, and October 4.c higher. 'J'lax "closed' 8c lower for Slay; July 5c lower and Octobar 3Vic dowu. Kya 'closed 33c lower (or May. Quotations- Orcn 123 Close July Oct. May July 4C1 437 May 105 1U 451 455 43414 210 GUILELESS VAMP MEETS THE Trie latest Constance Talmadge pro- uctloii, "A Virtuous Vamp." by John nd Anita Loos will be seen Cash Prices 2 U. W. ..i-iJiS 3 Kxtra 1 1 Feed .....11451 Feed.....113 Track C. ...-ilSO 4 C. W. .'...ICO Dejected ..1C5 Track 1 N. W. C.....................451 2 t'. W. .....447 3 C. Condemned...........- Track ................451 z c. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, May 31. (Dominion Livestock Receipts over tho week-end t 70 cattle, oBC.-hogs and five sheep. The market for good qual- New Will Provide Final Consent Musi Come From Parliament. ROME, May government has presented to parliament a bill which would amend the law regarding the declaration ol war and'tho conclu sion trealies. The biU stipulates that the government would not have tho power to declare war without prev Sous consent by both charabere of par llament, although It would be permit ted to retain power to lake urgent measures lor defense. "Every treaty or International agree mcnt, according to-the bill, must be comimrulcated to both chambers, pro- vided the safety of tho Male is not in danger. All treaties or alliances, peace or commerce, or treaties involving re latioiiB to the property of Italian abroad, or thVproperty ot foreigners in Italy, would be operative only afte ratification by both chambers of par liament The preamble to the btl says that Its provisions are aimed a regulating the functions ot the Wo and tho responsible legislators. GOVT. SELLS PLANT COSTING FOR SA'YSSIFTOIS OTTAWA, Canadla return'tabled in the com mons by Hon. A. L. Slfton, ot slate, stated that the dogfish i auction wbrks-at Clark's Harbor, N.S las been discontinued and sold I nubile tender by the department c marine and fisheries, .acting on r ports liy responsible officials of In; iepartment. The original cost ol tlie plant wa S3COC253, and tb'e cost-ot maanle anc'e and operation The proceeds from the sale ot Una pre- ity butcher calllo wag steady to strong, although there was only a limited supply for Bulk o[ the feeder trado -was slow with pros, peels of lower prices. Veal' calvi Jield 'firm: Choice1 quality' 'butcher steers ranged from 13.00.tq .15.00; Je male, butchers- 13.00 to 15.00; .choice ntockers, steers and helters from 9.0( to choice vesil calves ranged froni 15.00 lo 1S.OO. Thp'hoB market held steady at 22.00 for selects. Calgary Livestock- OAIX5AHY, May Only S3 cat Hie and 1C7 hogs, aH ot (lie latler.on billing. to tho coast, were. un- loaded at the stockyards today. Only 28 cattlo 'were weighed up at noon. Two butcher steers averaging J305 made 1C.GO. Calves, .top' 13.00 to, 14.50, with bulk at 10 to 13. Any good hulcher cattle-- will bring ton figures this .week. t the Empress Theatle, conuaenclns oday. In Ills production Miss Talmadge takes lha part ot a girl whose winning mile and coquettish habits involve tier In all manner of ludicrous escap- ades until Bhe finds tho ono tnan who Is proof against her wiles. Tho play la an adaptation froin "Tho Bachelor" by Clyde Filch. HAREM GORGEOUSLY STAGED FOR "FAIR AND WARMER" damsels ot scenery and effects Is used in this niony songs and chatter -rill complete act. which Is by far the most bill. the nor Inland. Beautiful Turkish rags nrsthe the.tlous ot Its kind ever seen In floors, and heaps ot luxuriously cover- i bridge. ed pillows provide resting places for) Fun in big chunks will he handed this "pick of the empire's lout by Monohau'a Hot Time while on the walls hang heavy drap-.istrelB, an aggregation of black-face en- eries of royal purple that lend an air i tprtatners who revive pleasantly all of distinction, and richness to the en- the old-time enjoyment of. a lire scene. In the background a foun-'. slrel show, tain plays and the 1 Inkle of the water! Oeo. S. Hali. "all by will blends softly with the twanging of a lute. BIGGEST SHOW OF SEASON AT COLONIAL TONIGHT furnish one of the bright comedy acts on the bill with his entertaining talk and songs. Kail is a versatile come- dian, and will doubtless score a big hit on the now bill. Ftad and Fancy, a couple ot pleas A harem gorgeous in Its regal splen- dor, graced Ihe centre of the Metro etago In Hollywood when Director Henry Otto "shot" some scenes to rep- resent the vision that pretty May A11I- ;on has in her latest and tho Avery Hopwood farce, which comes to the Colonial on Wednesday and Thursday this harem, designed and executed by John Holdeni special technical dl- re'clor for the production, breathes tho very life of Sultanic Turkey, and is Indeed a flower in the cap of Its orig- inator. Delicately subdued lights filler down from curiously wrought lamps of hammered copper, and illuminate a scene of wondrous beauty.Heavy caul drons reek forlh their volume of strange C-ricntal perfume, and 'dark, oily-skinned attendants of mammoth size slowly wave huge peacock fans over-the tout ensemble. And such girls (hat these fans' are waving over! Dark-haired, red-lipped beauties ..that seemed to picked from the.fairest gardens of the world; vio for attention with crimson Vaudeville patrons will receive a big surprise tho Colonial theatre lo-jing entertainers. In their own night, for the show is exceptionally! good, and is by far the biggest and. best'yet seen hero this season. I Francis Scott and Company will he seen la "Illusory a mas- sive illusion act. A carload ot special har- B. Warner, the notable dramatic sUr, will be Icalared in "Haunting a stirring dramatization ot Meredith Nicholson's famous story, "The liout-e of a Thousand Caudles." This is one of the very best dramatic features it has been the privilege of tho Colonial management to offer for some time. Other features on the bill will Include the latest rathe He- view, "Mised Drinks." a Duo comedy, and the Colonial Orchestra. M laager Brown is giving this show his personal endorsation. He states emphatically that it Is the best of the season. STAR RUNS ELEVATOR TO AMUSE HERSELF During lulls 1n the work In "Pair and Warmer." Hopwood's great farce In which May Allison will ba presented on tke screen by Screen Classics, Inc.. the dainty little come- dienne amused herself by running the elevator. This WM constructed espe- cially for the production, and May, like George M. Cohan, thinks running an elevator Is one of the beet of in- door sports. This great farce wlth-Its celebrated cocktail theme, will be shown at the Colonial theatre on Wednesday and 'Thursday. EMPRESS-NOW PUY1NG Where Have I Heard That Word Before! Oh, yes, I Remember! pro duce plant, which cost the government was -The department of marine- and fish- cries denied all knowledge of a report hy J. B- Holding oE the advisory coun- cil of scientific research, to the; effect that the plant was worth retaining for tho manufacture of fertilizer thougn useless for the production of food. Mr, Melding found the works badly cared tor hut in yorWng condilion. WHEN MAN WEIGHS NOTHING Professor Edward V. HuntlngUm, of Harvard University, shows by an elab- orate mass of figures printed In "Sci- once" that a man ou a train moving along Iho equator westward at miles an hour, or eastward at miles an hour, would KS measured by an observer.on' the train. TORONTO Irt Centre of Shoppina and Business District 250 ROOMS BOwilhPrJYiteBithJ i f inm.faaw.nor. rjj Bioooooooaoonaooooouuouoi iF YOU FOUND YOUR WIFE UNDER A BEAR-RUG In anoth- er man's apartment; and she poked her head out and said "WuffI would you think? That's one of the situa- tions which caused such unusual complications In Avery Hop- wood's farce, "Falr-.and May Allison the ttar. It's playing at the COLON- IAL THEATRE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK, -the Wonderful Glad. Story to be Shown at the Empress'Theatre. Critics everywhere assert that "Pol- lyaniia" Is one ot the greatest picture plays ever tilnted. The reason tor this is'that the philosophy upon which the story iabasconesdlti AO INNNUNU stbry is based conutituted a theme which at the present time, has an un- usually wide., appeal. This production will bo the featuro at the Empress Theatre on-Monday, June 7. Undoubtedly Mary. Picktord, wllh characteristic tar-sightedhess, had this in mind when she. chpsc the celebrat- ed work Ilrat vehiclo for United Artists' Corporation. Thero Is a great.craving at the pres ont timo ori'tho the public, ac cording lo best Informed showmen, (o something more than mere entertain rn'ent OE course, diversion is alway tho paramount thing whenever amuse ment Is considered, but at the sam tlrao peoplo waiit something big an driv homo a fow truths without preachin a sermon or spoiling the flavor of show tfhicli is .meant to entertain. Such itory is wit Us cheerful philosophy of gladness. 1 is believed lhat this production, com ing at a tlmp -when tho country is u set by a period of readjustment, vtl have an unprecedented reception from the pioWro patrons'. Miss1 Picktord poinls ont. In th' story lhat even when things are ba they might ho worse. This though of peoplo.twh nro dissatisfied with wago condition or who, think Iheyiare getting fair price for their goods, wilj to, stimulate a lino of mental ncllvi which will result in stabilizing com tlolna. The most progressive ot tho ptctu stars believe in chbosinK plays, whc over possible, which will act as a propaganda of good. Tt is their ambi- tion to havo each screen medium servo a definite purposo, and wllh this In mind Mary Picktord decided to plcPir- ho Eleanor H. Porter's famous brak. So "Pollyanna" Is a picture wllh a mission. Today and Tuesday HIPPODROME What Any Vamp May Expect a lesson for every girl, On how lo'set mea's heads awhirL Select your man icd come right down. He'll neyer note your hut or gown, Tlie Ups you'll QTL hoif to vamp, .Will make thfr ram declare you champ Of flirty, vampir things every girl should know. Constance Talmadge MONOHAN'S HOT TIME MINSTRELS In a blaze of real old lime '-Min- strelsy. They're great. GEO. S. HALL "For Laughing Purposes Mostly" FAD AND FANCY Harmony Songs, and Comedy Chatter. FRANCIS SCOTT AND CO. Presenting Their Amazing Il- lusory Divertissement, '.Vaude- ville's Greatest Illusionists. Blab- oralo Stage Selling. Marvellous Effccls. Ono of the Season's Finest Acts. Extra Special Feature Photoplay Attraction H. B. WARNER In tho Sensational Mystery Story "HAUNTING SHADOWS" .A tremendous production of Meredith Nicholson's Famous novel and stage play, "The Houso ot f. Thousand Candles." If you read Iho bock, or saw the play on the stage yoii certainly wili enjoy this great picture. NOTICE TO COLONIAL I take a deal of pleasure In being fortunate enough to'se- cure this splendid show for today and The Vaudeville Bill is by far the best wb have had this season and -will compare favorably with any of the larger cir- cuits. (Signed) LEN S. BROWN, .Manager Colonial Theatre. the way, watch for "FAIR AND WARMER." It's coming Path? Review. Other Attractions Same Popular Prices Adults We Kiddles 25o Matinee Dally at Nights at 7 and 9 WEDNESDAY THURS. "FAIR AND WARMER" The Laugh of a "Lifetime. STAKE M. I. A. GRAND BALL JUNES, 1920f RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE DANCING FROM 8 to 12 MAJESTIC THEATRE June 7-8 Two flints SRftNDflNNUflL TOUR OF THE GUS HILLS MOST STUPENDOUS AGGREGATION OF f AMOUS MINSTREL STARS IN THE ANNALS OF BURNT CORK COMEDIANS, SINGERS, DANCERS WHITE And the Great Georac Wilson WATCH FOR THE BIG STREET PARADE Prices.......................................... Wo Seat Sale Opens Friday at Armstrong Raworlh's a John Emerson-Anita I.oos Special A Virtuous Vamp" comes to us at last in m tKe great stories .for has long awaited From H. PoilfrVNovel "Pollymnv' Putliiheil by the Pige Companr Scieen AJiplAtion by FrancrJ I'liMozitpiiEil by Ch.ilei HoiStr "Pollyanna" is the High Priestess of Optimism, She is not', merely the discoverer, but the 33rd degree exploiter of lha: silver lining. The fairies who made sunshine from the cu- cumbers were insignificant beings to "Pollyanna." She is full of and pathos, and .will help you to turn sorrows, big or small, into gladness, This Brand-new Picture will be shown at the EMPRESS-STARTING JUNE 7 ;