Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1-1.1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .AGE nvtil PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, April offer- of the cash grains con U nu ing ei- light today Ihero was a belter demand for both oats and bar- ley. Spreads for .wera Vso to Ic hfgter barley unchanpcd to Ic batter. The cash flax market 'was featurolcss. lira continues la sood de- mand, spreads were unchanged. Oits higher (or. May and 'iKo up for July; barley higher for; May and %c up for July; Flax Ic down-for May and IV-c higher for July; rye hlsher for May. Quotation! Opoit 93% 522 606 207% ..104? ..105V ..101V ft 4 152 May July May Fiax--. May 506 207' Cash a C.W. 3 C.W. Kstra 1 Feed 1 Peed 2 Feed S 4 C.W. 1 2 C.W......515 3 C.W. Track 2 'C.W. .523 .462 .521 .200 Has Now Developed Into Linger- Sit- uation Is Very Bad CHICAGO, April. of freight 'traffic conditions !n the central continued today with in- surgent railroad meii returning to work at savtral points, hut the indus- trial situation In Ohio and Mlcntjan reached a result of stop- page of fuel supplies, and in.the.fir went do'zen passenger were reported stalled iu .Southern California, the situation became In- creasingly serious.-.- Both insurgent leaders and railroad Brotherhood officials said the fight had developed into a ''lingering af- but the brotherhood men de- clared the Insurgents gradually losing strength. Jiiliroads In- the 'Chicago dlsWd concentrated every .effort on movln) frelfht, and OfilctaU paid 50 per cen' ot the switch engliei in diitrld operating. The roads announce! further Influx of loyal switchmen from other cities. Tho American Federation of Labor through Its railroad department, which represents seven hundred thousand members eight railroad crafts placed Its stamp of disapproval on th unauthorized strike and urged al members of affiliated organisations' t MIUTARY'M-LIAKCE FOR FRANCH AND BELGIUM 1'AIUS, April Conclusion of a military en' lento between Belgium and rtance la lEiQilttejit, according to a Btalemcnt made by Baron falffier d'Heslroy. Belgian am- v basskdor, to the Petit Parislen. Rumors ot negotiations bolweeu v the two countries have been ff current for some tliua. 't v FUN FOB THE PRINCE 310XOLU1.TJ, April 14-Tho Prlncs of Wales rode the surf at Val.Okl ves'.erday In an oulrleser canos, iiloied'by nuke Kahanamoku. world 5 print swimmer. Alter It was, over he eiprestttd regret f.rcafarr.' permitted oniy OHU days itay'ln Honolulu. He arrived Tuesday morning 'in It" British battle cruiser Renown, Two hour? later ho landed ML! was fes- tooned with flowers at the dock. Thou- isnJs ot'persons llneJ th-s unit fftil la the part of the town rounder. Cyril Maude, the distinguished Ene-: lisa actor, vlll soea tonight luallty of flsh could be packed and sold without Inspection. With .this act the standard of Canadian pickled fish would bo raised. H was not con- JAZZ BAND Ay COLONIAL :emplated to havo large force of In- TODAY AND THURSDAY ipectora but fl.h conilni; u ht about for tllc feet fresh water (l.b, but power will u, for Thnrs- be elven lo the governorJii-council to bc die'pjppearnnce'cf the extend the provisions to'any Wnd Abies' I sevon hoppy, snappy exponents o: all _..__. !s music. Comedy features, inzzy music, a real black face comcdldn, anil jnsl about tho fastest thirty minutes of vciule- vllle ever seen In this cily are In lino f. LORD BYNG MAY HEAD LONDON POLICE FORCE April. By Ca- nadian Aesoclaled Tho Dally Ciironlolo Ibat liyns, formerly a Cnmirtlan commander, will succeed Oon. MatCready as ehlet of Ibo Jxinilon police. Gen. MacCrendy arrived (n-Irelantl today an tho new conunandcr-ln-cIiTcF. for today and tomorrow. And IPI addition to the.'vaudeville; hoadllncr. the finest photoplay bill ot season will bo offered. 41 Pictures will present Owen Moore in jolly slory by V. 0. Wodchousc, a romance of IXin- don's hlfjh life. Tlic slory of "Plcca- ililly .Km" rnn In Iho Saturday. -645 Branchei- 1920 Road from the Farm to Bapik jhouW be well worn. Go lo the Manager of tho near- est Royal Dank branch with your financial difficulties whllo thev IUP small and he con us- Hnliy you. Your affairs wlil be Irenttd willi sli-lct'confldencd The araplorccs are pledged to' sec- recy about the business ot every customer. ______ Capital Deserved.J Total Resources to our noarest llrnncli for a sel of ten Dlnller.i, Hhowing pholosmphs of chain- ploa bulls, Rtalilon.', hoars flml rams. Southern Alberta Branchet S. MAeKay, Mgr. Magrntti. K. Atkinson, Mgr. Cardston. .W. H. MacKay, Jlgr. Ta'jer i. IV. Boran, PHOTOPLAYS SEUZNICK PICTURES preeenl Owen Moore (Who used lo be "Mr. Mary In I1. (1. Saturday Evening Post Story rliliu uiiijuilii Punch, Pep. Personally A Horoance with Fun, Thrills and Throbs. ADDED ATTRACTION The Distinguished English Actor Cyril Maude (Slar of and the Broadway Favorite win mm ar of "Tlireo Faces tlie DoliBhtful Screen Epi "WINNING HIS WIFE" MA.TINEE SATURDAY TRANSCANADA THEATRES LIMITED PRESENT THE SUPER. .EMINENT BRITISH ACTOR Mr. Tyrone Power AND A SPECIALLY SELECTED CAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE CHAS. RANN KENNEDY'S GREAT SYMBOLIC .PLAY The Servant In The House' SATURDAY NiGHT The Powerful Mortem Brnma by GoUsuiith and James THE LITTLE 75c MAIL ORDERS SALE 'AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S NOW. OTHER ATTRACTIONS "THE WOES OF A WOMAN" Comedy Riot LATEST SCHEEN MAGAZINE CHARLIE BERESFORD'S COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Finest Orchestra in Southern Alberta Popular for This Bla Show Adults 60o Children PLEASE COME EARLY FRIDAY NIGHT COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE 'Another Fun Festival One Hundred Prizes COMING SOON Tho World's Greatest Hating Msioilrama tt'nlcli for It. EMPRE THREE DAYS BEGINNING TOMORROW- Ths same belovtd Wary Pfckford in entirely new role, that of a moun- tain girl fighting her feu- dial battles and afraW of "nobody nor nothing." "Cross that line If you challenges the lUtle mounlriineer, when tlio land grabbers attempt to steal her heritage COLOHIU Ths Third Picture From Her Own Studio, Following thj.TremendouS Successes of "Daddy Long and "The Hoodlum." iLi imu? Adapted From the Famous Slory by John Fox, Jr. TONIGHT, LAST SHOWING OF "FIRES OF FAITH" IT'8 A GOOD ONE"