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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta A'RDNESDA Y.APRIL K LETHBhnXHC PAGE FIVK K i PHOTOPLAYS 11 s P tiri f iVl 1.1 1.1 O V_-.I I Lv. VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, April the en- Veptlon rye, which" continued fa food tbV demand in the cash markets'-was poor to- day. .Buyers were out of the market for all''grades'of oats and'.offerings continued light. There was'some de }dand (or low grade with spreads unchanged. Alter two weeks of extremely bull- ish markets In which May.oats scored en advance of 10 cents, prices toppled tnday under hoary liquidation' by longs and considerable selling by those who think a permanent decline Is now due. Oats closed lower for May and .weekly wage until the expensive Elaa comes into bis life. .Then bo.has to hiistle to cprral enough money to show her u good) time and from this situation the story to a. charming au'd unexpect- ed ending. Bryant Wathiiurn is to be at hls'beEt as the young clerk. Wanda Hawley plays -.'.Klsz. Oirenson, iVed Goodwins, who has done excel-! lent work in-recent Paramount r-r-.- IJTONIGHT ANoU TOMORROW new COM PAN v MUIHTS, DOROTHY GISH TURNING THE TABLES DireiieJh EUlER. CLIRDN by. LOIS ------------HILL THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S. PROGRESSIVE GLUB OF WESLEY CHURCH 'ILL GIVE A PLAY ENTITLED "Cranberry Corners" On Thursday Evening, APRIL 22nd, IN WESLEY HALL IN AID OF MEMORIAL ORGAN FUND EVERYBODY WELCOME ADULTS 50 CENTS: President; Tom Moore Thinks Be Brought: About LA.pril instir- Eent strik'frs, or strikes-by the rank nmi'.'fllo of labor .without the sanction of the officials, wero the result c-f tlio einiiloyers exploiting tho desire of the labor officials to solve industrial prob- lems by negotiations, iras one of tho Elatcrnents made today toy Tom Moore, president of the Tradea Congress of Canada, during an interview. With regard to .the provinces of Canada possessing the sole riglit lo deal with industrial problems >by legls lation, .Mr. Jlooro stated that tho Trad'es CongreBR of Canada, represent- Jng.lnternational unionism on this Bide of lii'e boundary, wore strongly in favor of .the unification of labor kglslniion ftiiTI would go EO kfor as for the j surrendering of these rights by tho' provinces and their being vested in tlie federal government. Mr.-JIooro, when asked to express opinion upon tho decision of the' Ameilcau Federation'of to enter iho presidential field, declined to make any cpnirnent on their action. He aaid that' the Trades Congress of Canada was opposed to political aclion and made the point decisively, that in this matter the Canadian section of 'tlie federation WAS absolutely independ- ent. MINERS TO STAY. IDLE :UNTIE'TEST CASE.THRASHED OUT Mlilhurst' miners; who reluacil' to sign Wo checkotf' will until a test case'has beon completed in the appellatecourt of Alberta. A tew miners are still "out at Blnirnioro. The Co., Limited, Toronto, "Meet thelGlih Said Mary, and Famous; blrector.-'.Discovertd a Pair of Famous Stars. WINNIPEG RAIL CASE FIRST-FOR NEW BOARD April dis- putes .between' tho -Electric Railway and its employees may ie tha first industrial dispute 4o be present- ed to .the provincial'joint council of Industry provided for 'by the passing to the Manitoba Indus- trial Conditions'Act- U. -was finally decided today that Chief .lustice Mathere cannot accept TODAY'S SHOWING AT-EMPRESS Away bach in 1912 Mary PJcktord took two girl rfsitora-with her to the old.Biograph sludlo. to walch lier flu- tflh'Bome scenes on a new pictiiro. "Who are tboso kldB, asked Ibo director who happened to be-D. W. Griftitli. "Oh, tbey are jn.it Ibe Gish girls." But Grjfrith was Interested nnd on the strength of this introduction opened a conversation the young- Htera-by- asking them what they thought of motion nlclures. 1869- 645 Branches -1920 The Bank -Follows a Policy In Extending Credits to Farmers. If you are going to need a loan to buy'-seed or livestock, see the Minaeer ot the nearest' -branch of-tlld Royal Bank early about your.'re'rluirementi. This is an jinVitaiiOtt' to-.call at -the-Royal Bank too neit time you .ire in town. ttio position of chairman because of I "They are TSry said Ulilan constitutional difficulties. Several primly, Rm to take lip this possibilities have been mentioned for work.1 chairman, -but- til (sir' -havebeen withheld. Capital Reserves, j; TotalResources Write to our nearest-'isranch for 3, set of ten Livestock Blotters, showing photographs of cham- pion bulls, boars and ...Southern Alberta Branches Lethbridgel.B. S. MacKay, Mgr. .Ma'gratli j. K. Atkinson, Mgr. R. JIacKay, Mgr. ;Taber J. .Mgr. James )lender8on, formerly Inspec- tor In the Toronto postofflco, died tmddenly of heart disease. KUDDERSFIELD t-EFT FORWARD SU3PENDED A LONDON, April Can- adlin football as- sociatiOD has suspended W. II. Smith. Hnddernfleld's crack fliitBide for In 'the Hudderalleld- Stoko match on Easter .Men- day, which mearre that ho will nnablo 16 play In th6 cup "'f final next Saturday, 4 I feel for boys ihat Kaye rust corn-flakes j. iheir mothers 'dorit knmv the flakes are POST "So am Dorothy cliim'nd in, 1 "Indeed- And when -do you expect i to begin your careers before the cam-! "Tell him, Mary." urged LUHait, "when you want and mo (p be- gin." Mary loUl. And D. W. Griffith's agreement with the Gisli girlg has last- ed from that day to this. Dorothy Is coming to- the Empress Tiiealrc to- day and In a Paramount- iVrtcraft -plclure.1 "Turning the Tab- sKc is qinL? a IHUe lAdyltow compared with those far-ofl days, she is still the exuberant young- ster at heart, as the picture witl show you, Saro.ritn (EnuHpruatnru itt' ill! EDMUND WALKER, C.T.O., Lt.n., frtiiita DR. A. S, VOGT, Hvn'tat Mid-Summer Local Examinations in Music The Conservatory's Examiners in Hranctrs will conduct cuminitions Manitoba, SaskalthrMti, Altirta, and BiHish Cplnminii .during the hUcr part of June or early part of July ncit, definite dues for Ihe various centres to be dc- cidcJ upon after May by which date applications from all in Western Canada must hive reached the Registrar. Theory Examinations for all Canada. June 21, 22, and 23 AVbal sort of a woman makes tho heller wife? If you arc a man, what son of a woman would you want for a Would yon rilher have the kind who smiles and looks everyone else as well as for yourself would'you bo happier with the" true-blilo kind, even tbough she might bo a lilt of a This Isn't exactly.the sort of QUCK- lion that -.puttied Sir Richard liererly, because he was already married. He his wife nnd his little Eon inori than ho loved anything else iu the world. But Lady Beverly, unknown to her husband, was in love with an- other man. One day a.new friend came- into Sir Richard's life. She wag the American sirl, Charmian Page, who was visiting frlends'in England. Charmian fell in love with the Baronet's llllle hoy, nnd although she did not know It at the time, she had als? r.illcn in lovo tvltb. Notice To Public Representatives for the office of ihe Inspector of Taxation will be on first floor Post Office Building, Lethbridge, from April 22nd to May 5th, inclusive, and can be seen between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any of these dates by any one ciesiiing in- formation in connection with the filing of returns under the Income Tax act. J.O.DOYLE, H. W.FRANCIS, C. H. LARBALESTIER, H.A.ROSENTHAL THE QUEEN OF THE SCREEN IN HER LATEST AND MOST MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION A story of crooks, spooks, lov- crs and lunattcs. In which the screen's greatest couiedicniio the sigh from asylum and puts the A nasty fiery squab- quack doctor, and blooic! a sanitarium for Dorothy. But whort the story who's Ivceplns the keepers busy and see, and Isugli 1 ill tlie tears cornel COMEDY "Fire, and CHRISTIE COMEDY "Know Thy and Olive Baker Whyte jn Latest Gongs, Ernpress I Orchestra and No Advance Price. Clara itibal! Young and HE'R OWN COMPANY, present the season's outstaniling pholo-" drama "The Better Wife" Acknowledged by press and public to be one of CEara Kimbalt Young's finest pictures, ALSO LATEST SCREEN ALSO MAGAZINE "HEARTS ARE TRUMPS" PriceV-Adults Children 10o Specjal Matinees: Adults 35c Children............. 10c FRIDAY-Country Store VodvilNUe WATCH IT'S COM-, FOR---- ING SOON THE WbRLD'S. GREATEST. RACING MELODRAMA QTARLANn All P rod u ell Quiranttad. SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION-WTONIGHT AND TOMORROW 'IN SPITE OF BAD WEATHER AND A VERY HEAVY TRACK THE GRAND NITIOHI1L THE WORLD'S GREATEST STEEPLECHASE WILL BE RUN AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. The 19ZO rJct was run on the 26th of March, and thirty cameras were used in filming It We are pleased to give our patrons thf firfct opportunity of witnessing this great race, In Western Canada, Bryant Washburn -IN- The Way of a Man With a Maid' A charming comidy-drama, right up to the Bryant Washburn standard. He gets twenty-one a, week and has lo entertain his iweeUiean, See it! Owing to a washout In the norlli country we have been obliged substitute this feature for "ONE OF THE which we had advert'aerf for today., The latter will be shown later. AL ST. JOHN !N "SPEED" REEU'COMEDY AND "FOX NEWS" ADVANCE IN PRICES ;