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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1020 THE LETHBRIDGF, DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE-. 7 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Qrsti LlTMtMk WINNIPEG, .April There -was aa c-xcellent for low grade oats today, with offerings light. Tho grades -were fu poor demand and Spreads reported unchanged. Bsrley and Jc higher for -May tuii higher for July; rye higher Tor '.May. Quotations PREDICTS RETURN OF MANITOBA LIBERALS Jlay July Open. 110 Close. S8 Slay 1C1 .101 July 15S14 15S Jlay 5U CIS July 502 liny 21fi 210 Cash Prices No. C.W...1095J- Xo. 3 C.W...1WJS Kxlra No. 1 Feed ........107% 1 Feed.; 105% 2v'o- 2 ,Track 110! 3 CAY... 173 C.W...155 Pee'd. 1G1 No. 1 N.W.C 512 Xo. 2 C.W. COG No. a -CAV. .Track 512 RYE- NO. 2 CAV. ..21! .New York Stocks NEW -Y.OHK, April Closing Bales: .O.l'.R., U. S. j Steel 0.03 H; U. S. Sloel preferred, 111. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, April (Dominion ajvestock .There were .only 24 cattle and 754 lioga unloaded since yesterday and 4he hogs ivcre ou through. billing. 'Choice steers 512.00 to good butchers, choice' cows, 510.25 to S12.25; stacker atcers, J9.50 to 510.50 stocker cows and heifers, hogs -were on sale. .Winnipeg Produce WINNIPEG. April Winnipeg produce market Quotations: Potatoes (retail) 6-10 bushel 53.50. bricks, jobbers i retailers, 69c to dairy to countr; (shippers, 35o to 40c. Nevf laid, country shippers, 40c to, 42c. Winnipeg Livestock' WINNIPEG, April (Dominip (Livestock Branch.) Receipts ove the week-end were extremely light an consisted ot only ISO cattle and 18 liugs. Trading was of a light nature thl .morning, -with prices steadyj Clioic quality steers topped at whil good Tanged from to On choice veal calf topped the marke at 517.00. .A lew others we're dtsposcc of at from to ?15.0iX The Sog -market, was unchangec colcctg. fed and watered, Cflangin liands at March Was Big crease in Employment Ex- cept on Prairies reat Mass of People Stable Die From Typhus VICTOHIA, B. CVT April as killed thousands lu Siberia and oncands are still failing vlcjims to he scourge, according to Dr. A. Hlggs, ead of an American Cross party hlch arrived here Sunday night on ie Empress of Japan. Dr. Higgs remarked that Cue pres- nt chaos conditions In could ot prevail indefinitely, the great eses of earnestly ia avor of ctable government. "Russians will ultimately get on leir feet and then we may look for Ig things in lie concluded. TORONTO, April H. Brown, provincial treasurer of -Manitoba, who la here ar- ranging for the notation of a halt million dollar loan, pre- dicts the return of Ihe Liberal government in the coming vincial elections-of Manitoba, '.and says lhat the western acreage this year will be much reduced owing to the late spring. R: C. M. P.'Brinpng in Two Stole Another's Wife THE PAS, Man., April loyal Canadian Mounted Police are jrlnglng two natives, charged wilb murder, to civilization from Hudson Anniversary of Bailie of Julien Will. Be Celc- i brated OTTAWA, April (By Canadian Relnfet, recently Liberal member tor St. James, Mont- real, Vas introduced in the house this afternoon. He was presented by Hon. b. Mackenzie King and Hon. Ha- 'dolph Lemieus. Sir Qecrgo Foster reminded the house that next Thursday would be the anniversary ot the battle of St, Julien. s "I he said, "with the con .sent of the- bouse, to ask that after Jay, and are expected to arrive on Thursday, members of thin May S. One is an Eskimo charged chamber stand for a mlnuto or two in vith killing a fellow tribesman at ailent prayer in commemoration o! Chesterfield most and ot the bravery anil rading post on the bay. The other {heroism of the Canadian troops which s an Indian trom York Factory. Tho Eskimo'murder occurred two months ago and arose over a dispute about an Eskimo's wife. The 'victim refused to give up his wife to the de- mands of his slayer, who immediately sbot him and challenged tbs tribe to a battle royal in the open. It was not accepted and the murderer, according .o Information received bere, seized .he woman and escaped to the barren ands. Sergt. Douglas of the mounted police took up the'trail and- after several weeks caught up-and captured him. The second murder'took place at cn.-Sililmg Creak, near.York Fac- ipry, on April i. An Indlan.sbot and kiliffl another Indian daring a. dispute traps. wonderful (roupe of trained dogs -will top the bill. Mirks dogs are- fa- mous all orer this continent, Lelhbrldge Is In- deed fortunate in being given this op- portunity ot seeing them. Bob Hardy, character musician ex- traoriiinary, and popularly styled "the king ot the one string" will present his clever musical specialty act. Into i which Introduces some remarkable I Instrumental work. Post ana Post, a couple of really tunny blackface entertainers, will be seen in their own original conception, and Post baud out a bunch of laughs, happ? scrag hits, new Glories'; and finish up their act in a blaze ot Instrumental music. Comedy galore will be offered by Ezra and Mabel Austin in their fast comedy juggling rural novelty. The Austins bave a vaudeville reputation ot many seasons, and can be relied uponxto furnish.one of the biggest, ilts ot the season on today's show, i 'As a special added attraction, the notable screen star Sessue Hayakawa. be seen in'his latest dramatic success "The 'TJragon a tensely dramatic play. The latest Patho Review, and a fine comedy "Her Nearly Husband" >vill complete the- show. Charlie Beres- ford's will ba heard in another splendid orchestral pro- gram. Intending patrons are urged lo at- lend as early as possible tonight, as there will likely be a big demand for seals. St. Old Country Football Scores LONDON, April (By Canadian Associated Football results reported today are: Flrat Division Sheffield Wednesday. Brentford 1. .Soottlah League Hamllto4 2, SI. Jllnen 1. JHdlothian 3; 'Fallible 0. 1, Celtic 2. new photoplay, "Double which U belts shown at the Empress The- atro today and tomorrow only. Tha star has the role o! Carr. youthful and very rich, who Is bound for Angeles from New .York, by auto. In tho middle of the western desert he Is robbed of every- thing. Finally arriving In Ixis An- geles, he is thrown out of the bank as an Imposter when bo tries to iden- tify himself and lands plumb Into ro- mance and-adventure as he spots his stolen car with a pretty girl lu It. He assumes the name of a crook and the garb of n chauffeur to Irall Ihe girl. The climax comes when "Speed" In bis rofe ai chauffeur is Induced by Ibe president of the very bank from which he was ejected to pose as "Speed" Carr In order to put over a big deal. without Barooet'e knowledge. Oth-jreigDE. The bride, Miss Carmen. er tend to throw Char- main constantly in Sir Richard's path, (jut the sacred memory of hfs dead radiantly beautiful (as Miss Carmen always is. Thea conies a hold-nil In which the bride loses her wife keeps him from speaking of his I wedding ring. This hrings abou.1 lore. Later he Is acquainted with Th' double of the late I.ndy Beverly! and be Is brought to tho point where a single decision will change hie life from one of unhapplness to oue of happiness and love. av.-k.vard situation at a hotel. Dining the night a woman is mur- dered In the hotel. The bridegroom TREMENDOUS CLIMAX IN CARMEN PLAY AT STARLAND One of the biggest and is found in the room. He is arrested, tried and sentenced lo die in the chair. By some clever work on the part of the bride aci! father, the real I murderer is trapped and confesses. All j rush to tho governor, lie calls up tho warden of the prison and tclla him to stoy the execution. Tho warden strangest i ansivcrs. "Too Late." UNIQUE SITUATION BASIS OF upheld the honor of Canada and made) Canada the'admiration, gave her'the respect of the whole world." Mr. Mackenzie King house agreed to meet tba proposal. AMUSING PHOTOPLAY "DOUBLE SPEED" (TODAY'S BASEBALL c- Hoyt Wlnt for Boston BOSTON, April Jloming game: Hoyt was bit safely by. New York but times In. Ilie rdornins Bos- Ion irinning, 6 to 0. .Mogridge vri'i hit in timely fashion In. the third, and sixth. Hooper's base running and Poster's fielding were good. Ruth's first appearance against his old team mates netted him two hits, H single and a double. New York 0 53 Boston S 8-0 Mogridge, HtcGraw and Hannab; Hoyt and Walters. Tho following games aro jiostponed on account of rain: American League St. Louis at Chicago. National League Pittsburg it- American Asso'tlallon- Columbus at Indianapolis. Situations in'tbe movies in which :he hero poses as another and causes all sorts ot complications are fairly common. Dld'you ot-a per- son occasioning a big commotion simply by pretending to be hiniselt? That's what Wallace Reid does iu'the PLAN TO WIPE OUT FRENCH DEFICIT OTTAWA, April emplo Tiient sltuotfan in Canada Is Impro Ing according to figures published in tho Ijibor (inzelle for April. The em- ployment service connected with the department of labor placed altogether people In employment during the month of .March and received 700 applications for employment. Tho department was .notified-ot va- cancies. All these figures represent nn increase ovef tho previous month and tho previous year. TherO'was a steady Increase !ri employment in .all iirovincos except tho pratrlos, where a was reported, Thero was less loss of time 'due to strikes In March, 22 strikes wera re- jicflcd involving 3789 people and re- presenting a loss oL working days. strikes rsmained un Battled at the end of the month. Reports wera''received from five April lo In- itiate a novel scliemo of taxation (o ivipo out treasury deficit have been brought forward In the chamber of deputies by Paul Aubrlot, a member of the group of'Sociallsis, which was read out of tho party because It sup- ported war-measures during toe %var. He urges Ihnt-the tdlal deficit be di- vided, by the number of tax payers, thus establishing a unit of taxation and that each unit then be assessed on a sliding scalp based upon the tax payers' Income. H. Is believed Im- probable that the idea will be adopted by tho finance committee. conciliation boards and- tvorn, for five- applications more. Two were appointed In addition to application received iously. prev- AGAINST RECOGNITION OF DE VALERA IN ATLANTA Ga.-, pril two thousand people yesterday unani- mously carried resolutions urging Gor. crnor Dorsoy and Mayor Key to re- fuse any official recognition to Earn- mon Vnlera, "presfdcnl ot the Irish when he visits tils City (bla week. JAPS, RUSSIANS AND TROOPS FIGHT Sore Throat, Golds Quickly lUllmd ay Wlard Oil Hnmlin's Wizard Oil is a simpU nd tHcctive Jor sore throat'and Used" as a gargle for sore.throat it brings quick relief. Rubbed OIK the chest it will .often loosen up a hard, deep seated cold in one night. How often sprains, bmises, cuts and barns occur in every family, as well as little troubles .like earache, toothache, cold sores, canker sores, stiff neck, and tired aching feet Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- ways bring quick relief.' Get it from cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or havei sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 3D tnts. Guaranteed. "MBEJIEWE" lOBEjEENHEIIE Moving, piclnre patrons ot this city are promised a rare treat when Clara Kimball Young and her own company present Miss' Young's laiest Select Picture, "The "Belter Wife" at the Co- lonial theatre on Wednesday and Thursday this ,week. "The Better Wife" is described as an interesting and delightfully woven omancc, introducing Miss Young, as ti American girl wlio Is visiting rieilds In Engjand. While she-is here Ghd becomes acquainted with Sir Richard Beverly. Lady Beverly -r.d their son, Lady Bev- rly is having an affair with another .man, and on6 afternoon, she Is racing In her car to Seep an appoint; ment witli him, the car overturns and she Is tilled. Little-Dick, who was riding In the car with his mother, is seriously Injured, and Cbarmian Page Iplayed by Miss an in- erest in him and tries to nurse him back to heal Hi. It is discovered, however, that an Intricate- surgical operation is neces- sary In order to effect a cure. Sir Richard Is found' to ba In straitened circumstances and cannot afford the services of a specialist, and Charmaln has her father undertake the matter moments In any photoplay Is .to be It's an appalling situation. You. can found in Jewel Carmen's "Confession" wonder how the bride's troubles which has just.been released by the end. See Miss Carmen. She does Fox The story he: j everything well. At Starland tonight gins with a weddlns. Happiness and tomorrow. Wm. Jewel Carmen f Pnnfnfifiinn' uuiiiGOQiuii Jewel Carmen, .beaulitul al- ways, is especially so as a bride Inl Ihis William Fox photoplay which' has just been released by the Fox Film lias a. stirring piny in "Confec- tion" and ouo that has a Einash- ing climax. "SNUB" POLLA.RD IN' "THE FLOOR BELOW., A- Roaring Rolln Comedy and "THE BLACK SECRET" COLONIAL TODAY TUES. A Great Bill ot HARRY MARKS AND COMPANY Presenting His Wonderful cYoup of Trained Dogs. Tho Most Famous Animal Act m America.' BOB HARDY "King of the One String" In Clever Musical Char'cterljU- tione. Ezra and Mabel Austin "The Country' felicker and Sis Hopkins. A Great Comedy Jug- gling Acf. HARBIN, Manchuria, April Associated "Japanese troops were removing arrested work- men Iron) the railway station at'Kha- llar, on tho trans-Siberian railway near tho trans-Baikal other Russian workmen threw a bomb, to which tho Japanese replied with'rifle fire, according lo reports .reaching here. Czech Iroojps, the advicea say, thereupon fired on the Japanese" from an armored ear. A fight followed lasted three hours and resulted in a'number being killed or wounded on both sides. GRAIN STOCKS FORT WILUAM, OnL, April Following statement of stocks In frl public terminal eleratbre at Fort William end Port Arthur on April 16, with receipts and shipments 'during last -week, was Issued by the board of grain commissioners on Saturday. Blocks In store; Wheat biuhels; oala barley flax rye Receipts: Wheat flax' rvo VL 717 CLASSY VAUDEVILLE BILL AT COLONIAL TODAY TUESDAY Vaudeville of a classy order will be presented at tho Colonial theatre to- day and Tuesday. This week's Hippo- drome circuit show is a each ot tha four nets being clean, clever and novel. v Harry Marks and Co. with 'their "Laxative Brotno Quitting Tablets" Comfort Your Skin With CuticuraSoap and Fragrant Talcum SPECIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK THE QUEEN O FTHE SCREEN Clara Kimiiaii i Young and her own. Company in ths greatest dramatic success of her entire career. "Tlie Better Wife" The Season's pulBtandiiif; Photoplay Shipments Wheat oats 6M86; barley MUNITIONS BOARD NEARLY FINISHED VANCOUVER, B. C., April Joseph Playello, chairman of the Im- perial Munitions Board, who Is here on his way homo from the south, slates fhat, the work of tho board .13 now practically finished and the staff was preparing to closa down. Ho said ho had. now disposed of his Interests In navies Company. Mralt- younger ..rn.cmbejSvOf the Ortn. C. N. R, EARNINGS TORONTO, April Na- Railway's rross earnings for the week ended April 14, corresponding period last year, Increase, From January 1 (o increase, THE POST OFFICE STAFF ARE HOLDING A CARD PARTY DANCE In Burgman's FRIDAY, APRIL 23rd AT8 O'CLOCK. Good and Refreshments. 11 to 2. Orchestra. Tickets May Be Obtained at ttit Post Office. Chappell's Street Curs at Z O'clock. TO COLONIAL PATRONS: I have personally reviewed Clara Kimball Young's lalcst pro- duction "THE BETTER WIFE" and heartily recommend it. It is a picture that will be thoroughly enjoyed hy dlscrminating playgoers, Signed ,l.EN S. BROWN, >lgr. Colonial Theatre. POST AND POST Internationally Famous' Comedy in Their 192fi' Comedy I .Riot Dixie's Greatest Comedians Special Added Photoplay Fea- ture Attraction. The Noitable Screen Star SESSUE HAYAKAWA !n His Most .Magnificent duction "The DragoB Painter" A Wierdfy Fascinating Romance That Will Enthrall You. LATEST PATHE REVIEW- "SOME .Coloniai Concert Orchestra Adults 50 cts.; Children 25 cts. Dally at 2.30. Nights: .1st show 7 o'clock; 2nd Show, 9 o'clock. Notice-Army Navy Veterans THERE BE A MEETING On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21st At the CITY HALL for the purpose of forming a Branch of the ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS ASSOCIATION in Lethbridge. Veleran .Soldiers and Sailors of all Campnignes and Wars long service members of Military Units are invited to attend. and iIGGEST RIGHTEST DANCE OF THE SEASON. K. OF P. HALL NEXT TUES. EVE, APR. 20 MUSIC BY THE WINNIPEG JAZZ BABIES' BAND DANCING FROM 9 TILL 2 EMPRESS-Now Playing in "DOUBLE SPEED" 'He left New millionaire. He reached Los tramp. Tvhen he a as his real "pinched" as ilks a like a flash. For fun and thrills, t'.ikc a spin in "Double Speed." 'A Racing Romance That Runs on Love! SrjNSHINECOMEDY SCREAM "TIGHT SQUEEZE" ;