Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
^ MOjmAy,^AY 31.1920 . . .WlNNIPEQ. May 31.-With May tutarM out of the way, the' ti'adhiB-In whwif haa been as keen 'as the market has|ev,er seen, ttae cash markets today duteted down .and go on a July ba6lB. Bailed.was quiet and dull toduy. TiitA^ii^aBnothihi; doing m eithitr flax, or.;'iye, owing; to � llglit. offerings, -and aKMnce'bt buyero � ' '^ntilpeg^oatB closed l^e Jiigher 'for'*juiy}" wltli'October ,l%c vbutter. ,S\tayt)Arleydosed Ic. up; July S^b lUettefy and October 4c. higher. iF^ax closed 8c lower -for Mky; July ,6o 'lower and October 3Vac down. Ryo V-losed 33c lower tor May. O-iTS- QuotatlotiS' Open Close 121 y. 114% 164% 165 144 451 455 ,;.43;4% 210 .115% .115% .113% .114% .160 .1�5 .164 .451 ,3.85 .340 .451 .210 AXay ... ... 123 i*^'y........V, 114 Cctx ...... 88% BAilLETY- ' May'..: ... ... ... .July ... .... ,., 164%^ Oct, ,..; . * * - 1 FLAX- KMay ... ... :.v. ... July .... ... ,..... 461 May .... ... ... Ca>^ Prices : OATS- . 2 C. W. ..;t^g,7% 3C.-W:!... Extra 1 Feed;._____....u'... 1 B:'eed ....;vlt4% .2 Feed V... Track .. .vv ... BARLEY^"?;," SC. w...Ki8;o 4c. tv.;.. Rejected............. Track ...... i........... FLAX- 3. N. W. C. ................, 2 Ci W. V...447 - 3 C. W...... Condemned ...... .........'.. Track..................... RYE- � B C. W..W............ Winnipeg Livestock WINN1PE3G, May 31. - (Dominion Livestpofc Branch)-Receipts over the week-Bridii'470 cattle, 526.'hogs and five sheep. The market for good quality butcher cattle was steady to atrorig, although there was only a limited supply .for disposal.. Bulk of the feeder trade was slow with prospect^, of lower prices. VeW * calves held Arm; ChWce quality"Ijutcher' steers ranged from 12.00, to .15.00;^ female , bntoherJB' 13.00 to i5.b0; ..choice etockers, steers and heifers from 9.00 to lOiOO; choice veal calves ranged from 15.00 to 18.00. ' The hog market held steady at 22.00. parliament bill which would amend the law regarding the declaration ot war and' the conclusion df treaties; -The bill stipulates that the govemment^-would not.have the power to deolare warwlthaut previous conient^by both chambeni ot parliament, although-It would be permitted to retala-thft powier to take urgent measures for deten'se. ( iBvery treaty or International agreement, according to'the bill, must be communicated to bdtb 'chambers, pro-vided the safety Of the itate is not in danger. All treaties or alliances, peace or commerce; or treitties involving relations to th'o(rf against her wiles: The play Is an adaptation from '"The bachelor" by Clyde, iitch. ; HAREM QORQEOUSLY STAGED FOR "FAIR AND WARtMBR" A l|iarem gorgeous in its regal splendor, graced the centre of the ' Metfo stage in Hollywood -when Director Henry Otto "shot" some scenes to tepr resent t^e vision th^t pretty May Alll-son - has in her latest plctufe,. '^Fflr and Warmier," the Avery Hopwood farce, which comes to the Colonial on' Wednesday and Thursday this week. The' harem, designed and executed by John Holden^ special technical'director for the production, breathes the very life of Sultanic turkey,, and Is indeed a flower in the cap of its originator. Delicately subdued lights filter down from curiously wrought lamps of hammered copper, and illuminate a scene of wondrous beauty. Heavy cauldrons reek fortli their volume .of strange. Oriental perfume, and -dark, oily-skinned attendants of mammoth size slowly wave huge peacock fans over-the tout ensemble. , And such girls that these. fans'are -waving over! Dark-haired, re'^-lipped beauties that seemed to have'".been picked from the. fairest gardens of the world, vie for attention with crimson* cheeked, laagBorouB-eyed: damiels ot the:'aorthland: I i,t . %antlfal TtMHth mgs swathe the Hoora, andh^pB of luxhrioiuly covered pillows provide resting places for this "pick of the empire's harems," while on the walls hnag heavy drap-, eries. ot royal! pnrple that lend an air of distinction and richness to the entire scene. In the background a toun-tahi plays and the tinkle of the water ^blends softly with the twanging of a BiaOEST SHOW OF SEASON AT COLONIAL TONIGHT 'V&udevllle patrons will receive a big surprlsb at. the Coloniiil theatre to-nighti for the ahow is exceptionally good, and is by far the biggest and bestryet seen here this season. Flrancis Scott and Company will be seen in "lUuiery DiveiTiilons," a massive illusion act. A harLoad ot special �cenefT' and. effects is used In this act,.whlcta is by far the most preten* tious of its kind ever seen in Leth^ bridge. ^ Fun in big chunks will he handed ont by Monohan's Hot Time Minstrels, an aggregation of black-face entertainers who revive pleasantly all the old-time enjoyment of a real^mln-strel show. Oep. S./Hall, "all by himself," will furilish one of the bright comedy acts on the'^biU with his entertaining talk and songs. Hall is a versatile comedian, and; will doubtless score a big hit on the hew bill. Fad arid Fancy, a couple of pleasing ehteitaihers, In their own har- mony Rongs and chatter -will complete the bill. . H. B. Warner, the notable dramatic star, win be featured in "Haunting iShadows," a stirring dramatisation of Meredith Nicholson's famous story, "The House of a Thousand Candles." This is one of the very best dramatic features it has been the privilege of the Colonial management to oiler for some time. Other features on the bill will Include the latest Pftthe Review, "Mixed Drinks," a fine comedy, and the Colonial Orchestra. M|nager Len Brown is giving this show his personal endorsation. He states emphatically that it is the best of the season. STAR RUNS ELEVATOR ' . ; TO AMUSe HEfMiC^I During lulls in the Woflc U "Ijilf: and Warmer," Avery Hopwood'sgiVitl tarce in which May Allison ii^ttl, Jke presented on-the screen,;^ s^^Cjfe*^ > Classics, Inc., the dainty little cdme-> ^ dienne amused herself by nUtning the elevator. This was constra6ted"ijlpe-cially for the: production, and May. like George M. Cohani'thiiikri runii(nK an elevator is one of the best ot;indoor sports. ^ This great farce with.its celebrated cocktail theme, wHi be shown J^t:,the,m Colonial theatre on Wednesday'and Thursday, : - > , �A Cocktail! Where Have I Heard That Word Before! Oh, yet, I Remember! .! ! -'---- -- Today and Tuesday MONOHAN'S HOT TIME MINSTRELS In a blaze of real old time'Minstrelsy. 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 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 Mystery Story "HAUNTING SHADOWS" . A tremendous production of Meredith Nicholson's Famous novel and stage play, "The House of a Thousand Candles." If you read the book, or saw the play on the stage you certainly \vill enjoy this great picture. __^__^_ MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Nights June 7-1I tjRAND ANNUAL TOUR OF THE most stupendous aggregation of famous minstrel stars LVtR OFFERED in the an nals OF burnt cqpk SOv^tVi^E COMEDIANS, SINGERS, DANCERS �f:.^,50 And the Great George Wilson WATCH FOR THE BIG STREET PARADE Prices..........................................$1.50 � $1.00 - 50c Seat Sale Opens Friday at Armstrong A Raworth's NOTICE TO COLONIAL PATRONS:-?' I take a deal of pleasuris in belhg fortunate enough to secure this splendid show for today Vaudeville BUI is by far the best wis have had this aeaaon and will compare favorably with any of the larger circuits. (Signed) LEN S. BROWN, Manager Colonial Theatre. P.S.-By the way, watch for "FAIR AND WARMER." It's coming Wednesday.-L.S.B. Pathe Review. Other Attractions Same Popular Prices AdulU 50c Kiddles 25c Matinee bally alt 2:30 Nights at 7 and 9 WEDNESDAY THURS. "FAIR AND WARMER" The Laugh of a \.lfetlme. oneof tHe gtt&i stories, for'which; the; amusement''loving' world has long awaited From Eleanor h. Porter'* Novel "Polly�nn�'.* Publithtd by the P��e Company Screen Adaptation by Francea Marion PhotOKraphe.d by Charlea Roiher "Pollyanna" is the High Priestess of Optimism. She is not ; merely the discoverer, but the 33rd degree exploiter of th� I silver lining. The fairies who made sunshine from the cucumbers were insignificant beings to "Pollyanna." She is full I of. action,'sparkle and pathos, and .will help you to turn yout,| sorrows, big or small, into gladness. white This Brand-new Picture will be shown at the EMPRESS-STARTING JUNE f 301?