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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920 .LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 1 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS orati GLIMPSES OF SOLDIER SETTLERS' o. April XOXIUH.-II i the XIuj option has more or Ic3a de- norallzed Ihe cash mariet for oats. buyers are -out of the market latlwly or have reduced their prices is Eiuch 01 3o a bushel. Barley and ere Kau demjnd with no iu- loiry for. fiai: Spreads irore unchang- (d. Oats closed 1 l-2c higher for May jnd l-2c up for'July; barley J-2c down tor May and S-ie down for July; flai S'.c hijher for Msjr snd S uy tor July; 5o higher for May rye. Quotations Open. Clote. Hay'........ luly PL luly Hay 159 152 V: 53 D BO 0 Cuh OATS-, Ko. 2 C.VT...108Ti Xo. 3 Extra Xo. 1 feed ..............104% Ko. Xo. 2 feed.. 10 So. 3 C.AV...1711i No. 4 C.W...1BVU Teed......... ...............141 Track ...............'.......157 Ko. 1 N. W. Ko. 2 C. W............. ......522 frac'it No. 2 C. TV.' ..................207 L'pper pictures show chlcfccn ranch of G, of John James, near Dunnas, Wentworth County, Out.. harvesting a fine of tomatoes for -the, Toronto market. Winnipeg Livestock j WINNIPEG April Livestock Branch) Ihls' Morning 223 cattle, ioi hogs and 18 iheep: j Trading thls-mcrnlng was quiet, the. majority of r.tort being of medium to lair In line with yes-' Editor Herald, terday'ri Quotations. Several choice' butchers wire weighed up from J12 Give Chief A Car! lo notice Board ot Trade- favors siv.ng Chief Glllespic a Ford czr In order to try 'esce'eJ a speed of 10 miles an hour up-4llv Ava south, 'watered, quoted at j-or abame! You Board ot Trade mem- jors. The Chief wouldn't- know how to stdrt the blamed thing a'nyway. The. hog market remains firm, sel K.ts, fed and I10.5CI. Xo sheep and Eales registered Ih.is morning. Health to Internal Baths. I 80 Years Mr.l S.- You .shouldn't' take IhoiChief seri- ously for it Is that, to' a man peregrinating along a paved sidewalk at about one mile an hour in n liUle Though, due no doubt to inclement weather and tha'many counter-attrac- Eons last presentation of! 'Genera! war ay Mr. Percy Hutchison, and all-star Kngltsh cast, vis not so well attend-, ed as tho :sltralctlon deierved, those' who attended arp advertising the traction widely tonight and Mr. Hutch-' Eson's rclurri .'.engagement will wind up wllh a packed house lonlghL The slar o[ "The Luck of tho Navy" Is In his element.in'Uie new offering and] those who.jTil5_s. tho attraction will have 1 The play itfelf-Is the story ot a de- llghtfully. peppery English country squire, .his wife who personifies the! unyielding prejudices ot those whose ancestors havo'been and their son, ancl It covers a period stretching from the anle-bel- lum days' of 19U to some time about now are trying to settle down to.tha ordinary business of lite. Tho time allotted Is sufficient to show the coniiges in viewpoint IUUU..U.L ____ that old Albion D" think proportion nothing. Many have neverias a result of the war. for a moment thaUhey can muizle the been west, know nothing of the coun- Mr. Hutchkop, as Smith, plays Iho farmers' thoughts by cancelling adver- tnf its problems, or Its vastness, but-part so admirably "tbat Brigadier- tisinK contracts in a paper support-1 thev can sit in their offices like the, General Smith, Is one of nature's gen- ed by the farmers in which their Montreal Standard because they are llenien. There -.is a depth of innate are No! For the more paid and supported by plutocracy and refinement anctV sterling man hoc a they undertake to muzzle tho paper I write insulting articles, linking the about Ihe character. ,After Mr. Hut-1 ond the press the more closely 'to-1 all the Bolshe-! chison the laurels should be passed to i cether they are aiding the farmers to visls In the country. In their opinion Aubrey Maher, who aa Sir Dennis I linite and null together to flshl thejwc arc a lot of proletariats without finished actor plutocrats 'ne first degree or atom of common in his portrayal of that quick-tern- Have we not as much right to ex- press our views on the tariff as they have? Havi. _ _ Dominion laws and government? To. certain extent wo might say Yes, of tho Atlantic has been largely ullt up tbroush his uncomuromtt'ng ajtlnst any form of Bujstitlve- or Impropriety upon ihe stage, nd his day Is remarkably good picture, and should draw capacity houses There is also a comedy pro- i gram, and Olive Eater Wbyta In popular songs. H al Clovcrdale, B.C. Ixwer scene on farm bower A. T. Field, Clarteoirs, Pert ordinary degree of common sense Canada'know of tha West? A large and: lack the'' education that perert yet .Irjvatle old conservative would entitle us to" sit in tha law- baronet Miss' Elsie Stranach was i-ini-tron, nn Ihe making chambers of the Dominion. jsucli a charming Betty, showing In the; a mortgage on the, may M Baron'Uj0 of feeling the.t she puts the millionaire editor o! Into her.acting all Uie emotions lhat ttio-Montreal Standard and Slar, we are passing through her mind. Miss for they have for years supported the party by enormous election funds. Who would promise to defeat any at- tempt to reduca tho tariff ond continue brass hat and leaning oa a cute little HO hand out special privileges''on cane 10 miles hour would look like platter? the farmers and, most 100 miles an hour. The trouble with Is that he. hasn't woke 'up yet. Ila.shuuld Atchisbn, Kari, writes1 Tyrrell'i