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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920 "I THE LCTHBRH5GE DAILY HERALD PAGE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Ut local i-aslif ralo inarie-t continued very quiet today, and thi> volunso business was light; offerings wero also light and! Improvement la'not looked for until j she opening at navigation. Cash, oats spreads -were unchanged'to %o bet- ter. Low grade; barley was In tair de- mand spreads unchanged to ic teller. There wai a strong steady de- mand, for. cash rye, tut very little be- ing offered. QaU closed lower.tor 'May and down for July; uirley.lVio.lower for May and lc.lower for July; flax lower-, for ..May. and HUc down for'july; rye-Silo lower ior Way. Quotations Tilay July PERIAIII1 BE..... October May July Jlay July Open. 100; 9911 S3 Cloee. 105 85% .'495 159SJ Cash Prices No. 3 C.W...105M No. v CiW Kdra No. 1 Feed. So Announcement in House of Commons Says; Some Plans OTTAWA, April the Intention of the government to to and Manitoba 'their natural re- sources as soon fair and. equitable to all other province! of the Dominion can be arranged. This Information wai given 'to J. A. Campbell, of :Nelson, In the home of -Mr, Campbell wai told that It had been the policy of the.flovernnient to make this transfer eVer since formation. action Xvas necessary to effect this trsns- .5. .5. SAYS RUSSELL IS TO BE RELEASED SOON t. YAXOOUVBH, report tiat R. IX Kuaell. serving a two-yeer sentence at etohey Mountain pinUentiary following a conviction o( uhiaw- 't assembly, is' about to'bfl re- her new picture which Is showing .tho Empress Theitre lor tbe lart time today, shows her as the Ihreljr inmate ot a sanitar- ium. Only she satisfied to pa's )ifo In a padded cell but has seis- ed: Oio cap and insignia o( a nurso and U minlsUrlnif' 'to the mentally tick. A rollicking lovs etory and lota of that humor are 'said to be entwined in the plot, which 1UI atTMTllHU'J, w "V 7 t1- n .1. Sires disturbing Dorothy ample op- ties, WM brought here by V. U. who has just return- ed from Winnipeg. portunity to exhibit ter laugh-making Track Ko. S 102U 102% No. 2 Peed.. 05% loss No. 4 C.W. TVack .156K 1 N.W.O...................488% Ko: 3.C.W..'.4S3J4 No. 3 C.W...429X: ........................48SV4 e.w.....................3iili Winnipeg Livestock April livestock- 18S c-atfle, and 26S hogs. There was littlo activity in the mar- ket.this'morning, ' (being not over anxious to operate. Good qual- OTTAWA, April commem- oration of the Canadians' gallant ex- plolls at St. Julleri In 1915; the mem- bers of the house of commons will stand for two nilnutes In silence when the house opens at 3 o'clock this allernoon: How Toronto Ohtsrved It TORONTO, April Canadian observed St. Jullen DON'T GET THAT DIVORCE! SEE "MY HUSBAND'S OTHER WIFE' eaUh. Gradually Sir Rlchtird grqws 0 Icife the American girl, but us re- ralna Yrom mentioning 3t because o( ae 'sacred memory of hU first wife. Following events tend to prove that he first Lady Beverly was not worihy t his lore, and that the American girl. iuce ho has made ber the second Lady Beverly, Is actually (lie belter rife.. In Miss Young's supporting cast are een Nigel Barrio, Kathlyn Williams, jlllfan Walker, Irving Cummings, Pen Alexander, Edward M. Kimball ni.d thers of note, it Is one o! the most eutertaintng pictures that tho Colonial shown in many, months and v.'lll be shown for. the last times toulght. Don't get that divorce you were coa templatlng until after you've seen "My Hiisband's-.Oiher tha 1st est Blacktoa-Pathe production coming to'. Starland tomorrow for two Therein Is shown the after effects o a divorce. Adelaide a stage beauty was the wife Mark Ridgeweli At'-one limb he had. had great amb' but marriage to the famous acl res's had made.'Um society's pet hbus doctor. His brains and talent -wero wanted In'proscribing diets for clety! Divorce was -inevitable, but whe Mark Rldgeweli went out of her lit and she was'free.-Adelaide could no bring herself yes to any ot th many proposals of marriage by UUMUi "t. -_i '1.1 i. Day in true patriotic style. Precisely fred Dean, a- playwright, and whe at 11 all public three years passed by and thoroug oeohe wort of her con science, a matter of her being In this predicament was, in the to the wan she is to marry; or ot keeping the secret to herself, in order not to try his lovo to too great' ft degree of forgiveness. -The setting o< ths action is mainly in a llttlo Xew Kngl'and seacoast village. In BO way a problem or propaganda play, "Should a Woman pre- sents merely the picture ot tho play larger, no of An op- portunity had come to the fisher girl early in life to so