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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TliUUSDAY, AlMtiL IS, 1020 HE1UUV AC.I- rivi: PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS I.lttlK feature of the cash markets coutlnues to he the light offerings, white today tho demand was exceptionally keen for outs, barley and rye. Notwithstanding the big advance mado in futures, the cash spreads wero practically un- changed. Oats closed higher for. May, July bettor; barley closed 2Vtc higher for May. wllh July Up; Jlax ciosed 2e higher for both months; rye dosed better for Slay. Quolattans Open tla went over the scales during the morning at tbe stockyards. Top price for etcers was Jt4.io. this.belug fo- a bunch ot 1J vtlmo aniinala weigh- ing The prto) scaled down from this top to J7.00. which was paid for two weighing 1.8SO. Two other bunches ot IS! each brought Or.ly cow went over tbe scales and she was a poor specimen, bringing (2.00 weighing only C90 pounds. Thirteen dollars was paid for a prime heifer weighing pouiids. and a bunch ol 15 brought }11.W, with a a fit of mental aberration. The storr to'd by llicliie McDonald, who ban just returned from a trip to the north, rela'ed that 30 deaths from inflntujui occurred in .Stanley and Lae-la-Houge. combined weight of, Seven dol- lars was.the low price on heifers. A car and a half of hogs appeared with being oflcred aud no sales. N. Y.-Stpeks NEW YOIIK, April Closing I sales: C. P. R. 120; U. S. Steel 105H; Close It'. S. Sleel preferred nor.'. I .COLEI 4 C. W 153Vi ..144V, D17 1 Feed Track S C. W. Rejected Track 3 X. W. C. i (.'..VVY Track 2.C. W..................... Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, April Livestock U Receipts today were 610 caltle, 228 bogs and six sheep. Trading this mo.niing was lalrly active grades of butcher .524 ..633. ..217 UE01NA, new schedule ct tsaliirles-oii which'lcAcliers in iicgina public schools will work starting September 1. 1520, was pass ed at a meeting ot. the. board las! night, The average, increase grantee in maximum aud minimum salaries is 5100 above the B alary, plus bonus which the teachers received duriug the year 191S-20. C.rade teachers holding.second-class certificates, who (luring 1910-20 re- ceived n salary JUOO. which In- cluded 'boinis.'.wiU'staft Septeni; Iloy Yolpe, Who Figured in Nanton .Escapade, Nabbed on Uooze Charges Convicted at Qoleman on the uf being in [josscdslou of .more liquoi ban'the law, allows, Volpo was fined ?250 and costs by Magistrate Burrell on April 13th. i. -The afrest of Volpo, runs the. Coleman hotel, was not without inci- dent. Sergeant Caswell, ot the.A. P. P., ascertained that !ie. had left Cole- man On the west bound train tor Jllchel ivilh two suit cases, and that he was expected to return tbe same night. He accordingly .laid. In-walr. for him, taking the precaution, to sta lion two men at tho hotel., He .was not disappointed in that on Ihe arrival ot the train (he man he was waiting for steupoii out, staggering under.the Uy (.drama... "The Servant in (he a plea for universal brolher- Uooil and for the.casting out of society of all hypocrisy and uuclcanltni'ss. Miv was .selected by Trans- Canada Ltd., under whose auspices his present transcontinental tour Is being taken, for the special reason that he has long been it-okcil upon as a missionary working (or the purity of (he stage and the upliftment of Ihe drama. His tremendous hit as The Drain- man in "The Servant the the lofty 'teaching'of that play, and the' (act that It is the avowed policy of Trans-Canada Theatres, Ltd., to present to its patrons throughout the Domliilon but the best anil cleanest of led that orgauizr.- tion-to engage him for a revival as their initial All-Canadian production 'Sir! Power lias addressed audiciices all along his'route upon the-present day stage and the need tor honsc cleaning, ills remarks upon this sub ject wore the keenest in terest in the Hussell Theatre at Ot lawa, by II. K. 'the Duke of Devon shire, who stood in" his box wliile the great actor was addressing the audi ence, and who applauded his.remark1 heartily, later .'eipresslng bis keen appreciation of Mr. Power's art auf speech. novel that has enjoyed pojiulurily furl A train and us ccjiuijU-iuvm of full- in :he I'ullmaus ami having the time several years. linan coaches were -chartered tor ihouf ihelr lln-j gelling iiuiualiiiail .nilh Tho slory is that of an American iso ot AlaJgo KcniK-dy ami her aides prairie dogs br day and screech tile producilvu uf "Leave U to tiusau." The scenes ivtiv photogniph- ed on the .Mojavc desert, -.vhere Ihe one day wakes up to k-arn thai he Is Prince John III. of Mer-i-o. This: mythical kingdom, however, is a re- ublic, but an enterprising American s a chance to make a lot of jnuney. he stages rBYohitioa, puls the inerlcan on the.lhroue, gets the little ountry un first page of ,atl tiie cwspapcrs'aud finds his baby Moute arlo doing a flourishing business, But tho tiling he hadn't counted on appened. The Prince was in love ith .Beity, an American girl, who ad no use for advertisements for a ambling house, and when he learned iat he stirred up some trouble. JAZZ BAND AT COLONIAL TONIGH Tho Winnipeg Jazz linhlcs Bam. will make their last appearance at Ih Colonial lonight In .conjunction wit: photoplay bill. weight of wbat appeared to be. two_________------------- well filled suit cases. Seeing., the COUNTRY N1TE Sergeant, Volpc made tracks to the.) AT THE COLONIAL FRIDA' back of the a dctpar for the hotel. Here again he cncouu- tcred the watchdogs of the.law, and made for the back door. But the police lost ho time in following him up. Seeing Ilia I the game was up, Volpo dropped. Ihe suit cwses and rushed Into tiie hotel, disappearing for a lime, only to bo arrested liter. her 1 1920, be paid straight niini-i Tite suit cases when opened by the i to contain 24 bot- mum of aud -granteil an in- crease of a year until tho masi- Friday night fit t.be Colonial will se another'of the r; immensely popula Country Store Vodvil Niles stagei Jlanager -Ifen Brown will agai try.lo hreak a record. The first nriz will bs a. splendid silver cake an fruit tray, anil the" second prize, usual.-will bB.ltu.O'O.iircish. li dred oiher acceptable-gifts will b given away, also." --_ cuttle and bidding was .fully 25cj mum of Ji.700 is .reached. Teachers stronger over yesterriay'.i close. Choice quality, butcher steers found Imyers from': 13.00 uud 14.76. wlillo t iio sa. of "gopd; quality sold generally frnm 11.50 heifers and uows were also lii demand. Choice stuff Up to 13.00 wltli good passing out I.fom 10.00 and 11.00. Uood ciuality were generally steady, S.OO and 5.M. Htockei's and feeders were dull under a light inquiry at unchanged Quotations. There was no change in the hog .market, buyers bidding steady at 20 for selects, fed .and watered, there he- ring only a limited number for dis- posal. Calgary Livestock: 'CALG.UpV-y April 'Livestock cat- company remained twu weeks, living by 10 mcnliou tofstcnl nnir.-hmallou's served by Madge Ken- nedy oa a stick. "Leave I! to will be shown at tonight UNCLE TOM WITHOUT THE CABIN" AT STARLAND YONIGHT Mack Senett's new com- idy, "Uncle Tom Without the s declared 10 he.ouc of the fastest and iinnlest films ever produced which shows the troubles of the much-kidded one-night aland theatrical troupe-.' Ii s filled with new aud original Fitua- lons aiid gags and will be at Starlanil again tonight. Funny Ben Turpin. Ctliailic I-ynn and Marie Provost, thy beautiful little comedie'nne, 'are Hie principals. Thatcher also comes in on tho fun. All of th'eso players are familiar to picture palroi'.s and everybody knows their ability io create Bon is sisid to be a.riut as thu man- ager and self-styled star ot the troupe, Provost its Little Kva and iCl does some o: the.best work ol her career. Tiie .comedy ends like a whirl- wind and is said to be' one of tin: funniest ever screened. STAR LAND FRIDAY and SATURDAY witli lirst-class cefiificalcs will be paid minimum and grained annual increases ot until the maximum of is reached, creases not rctroactire. .Minimum salary for principals of schools' of 10 rooms and upward is u....._, set at and maximum .at ar.d Tiued ?100. The old schedule was minimum of i nnd maximum of 52.500. plus aj bonus. I ties of O. and YV. rye whiskey. These 1....._ were by the police. WILLIAM DESMOND IS STAR OF Volpc is the man who. some time 'P. G. VYODEHOUSE ROMANCE j ago was in tho car from Calgary'; which while bringing In to i Desmond lias a romantic went over the sicic-ot the I story of adventure.rti'hhi "newest plc- ___ the river bottom, one of tbe tiiro. "Thc.Prince'aiid Betty." coming" three occupants, the driver, being lo Starland for two .'days, comiueucins icniorrov.-. Pollinni Grenvillo Wode- liouse, who wrote 'VV iit Dis- aiid.collabprated'ou "Oil, Pathe the an- tho.-.! of "The Prince' iljiit a killed. On that occasion'he was ar- nl: Unhcal soil kills the best of wheat Unhealthy gums kill the best of teeth. To keen the teeth sound keep the gums vrell. Watch for tcr.der and bleeding gums. This is a symptom of Pyorrhea, which afflicts four out of five people over forty. Pyorrhea menaces the body as wen as the teeth. Not only do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting Pyorrhea gerais lower the bod y's vital- ity and cause many serious ills. To avoid Pyorrhca, visit your pent! Etf frequently for tooth and gum inspec- tion. And use Foihan's For the Gums. Forhan's For the Gums mil prevent check its progress, iS in time and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's will keep the guma firm and healthy, the teeth whito'anu clean. Start using it today, i f Bum-shrinkage Iras set-in, use Forhan's according lo directions, and consult n dentist im- mediately for special treatment. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply -vou, send to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. F ORJMW'S, LTD., Americans Urged to Help in De- velopment of tKe Last GreiU-Wesl iAiiri.1 A delegation ,6f. Canadian ..-.buainess men met with rcprescnUtivcsjOf .the Minneapolis' tCivic ahdo....Coinmerc.iai Associaiioh here .today and .invited Minneapolis; to cooperate in develop- ing resources of Western Canada. The visitors included llrig.-Gcn. H. V. HcConald, nianiiger ot the Canii- inri M1. Drown, Medicine Jamea tamsay, of Edmonton. They' presented. tiie problem, of .de.- ..iowarl Mjrnia'uent wbrtd-.pe-ace." "Canada must; be said ilaypr lirowu. "andjleteicpe'd hy tiie '-race. "the loopic of well, is Canada. The Kbrth Avioriciiu rou- tinent working In harmony will mean future wars .will' An Invitatfon ,ivill be .extended hy the C'anadians'ip the. Civic and Com- mercial -Association ,tp''itiake up a party of'representative business .men lo attend the .Canadian. Industrial Congress "of; Alberta nnd British .Co- lumhia in object, 'said BrifiXJcn. licDonald. -is 'to" bring American industry and manuraclur- ers into Western Canada. JUDGE 'FREES GIRL AND ORDERS JURY TRIED FOR MURDERl Honorably discharging tho girl cul- prit and declaring jury must be tried. Judge Macke'nsie of. Ken- lucky, adds'a'few pointers to Ihe law books in'I'Hcart O'the adapted! Fox ricluord's latest picture from her will be seen smarting tohigiit at the Empress Theatre. Miss '-.0.11 trial for murder in the first degree charged killing Xorion Sanders, a promoter. The prosecuting attorney lias apparently, proved that Mavis vith Kim, Thrills unU Throbs. ADDED ATTRACTION The Distinguished English Actor Cyril Maude (.Star, of mill the Droiidn'ov Favorite SATURDAY NIGHT The Powerful Modern Drdinii Ijy Goldsmith nnd THE LITTLE BRQTHER' Prices...............r; 75c QEAT SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S NOW (Star of "Three Faces in Ihe Delighlful Screen Epic m M" AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS Adults Me Children 25c FRIDAY NIGHT Country Store Anal tier iiig Fun Festival One Hundred Prizes 1st Prize Beautiful. Silver Cake and Fruit Tray; 2nd 45.00 In cash. Bags of Flour, Suoar, Etc., anil 100 Other Prizes. COMING SOON The Worlii'n Orealesl llarinK Melodrama Walch for II. CDLflNIIIL 10c and 40o and 5Dc THE P1CKFORD COMPANY PRESENTS Pkkford IN HER THIRD PICTURE FROM HER OWN STUDIOS "Heart O'the SELECTED MUSIC BY SPECIAL EMPRESS ORCHESTRA "Cowards! I Dare Ycu and Fight." The girls upset Mary's hmcli- basket nnd made fun of her clothes, when she firsl to school, but they would not stand up to flQh; wllh tht hoi tempered feudist girl of the mountn'na, who was loyal to fronds but a terror to ;