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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920 DAILY HERALD Kl.VB IVAUDEVILLEI MARKETS WINNIPEG, April was little or no change lu the cash markets today. The offerings ot aU coarse grains continued light. Low grade oils vrere In fair demand with spreads a fraction better. Barley spreads were unchanged'to l-4c better with.a gaot demand. With a good demand tor all grades of cash rye and practically nothing' being offered, spreads .were Unchanged. Oats closed 1 higher for Jlay 1 l-2c for July and l-2o tor October Barley- 7-8c higher for both months Flax 7o-JUgh6f for May and 6 3-Se up for July; Jtye 3-8 c down for May. Quotations: Slay......: July October Duly.....'..., Nay July .Open, 87 103 .493 Cloee 86 ICO ii 496V (EOOP, IN QUEER BL HERE Youth Charged With Wholesale Jewelry Thefts Let'Off on Suspended Sent e nee old him that ho eipeoted a jobber who called round periodically, who would name a price for the goods and that Cash Prices N6.T2 C.W...107 No. 3 C.W...104 Eitra No. 1 No.'l feed..103% 'No. 2 feed. .101' .Track No: 3 C.W...174% No. C.W...1573J Track ...............162% N.W-C..................'.490% C.W...4S0.4 -No. 3 CAV...43614' [Track......... .........49516 .aW.'.................. New York Stocks'.-.- NEW-'TORK.r April C. P. n. 116 90 1-4; TJ. S. steel 'Winnipeg LiiMstoc.? April; 2 Dominion livestock cattle, -109 hogs, and. 15 Trading this morning iras slow; and .Hraggy. stje re tmadBj.affur- ther of ?ftomf StKcents. market at B'tcady Veal cal ves "COf.lj mi 9 to a 'strong Ise.libg chiss.V.tJulk.or. choice'.quality -iweighing up'-'f'rpm ito'.f 17.00. Tlio egain steady, Eeleqti, being quoted -iCatgary :Ulvestock CALGARY. hundred khd and 126 ;hogs the stockyard] and sales Blow A case that is creating a great deal of interest was heard In the city police court on Friday morning. H was ths sequel of tho conviction of Charles OIcMahon, who' gave his age as 17 years and Hs residence lu North Leth- jrldge, for a series thefts from the lavreky Mai Sadowski where was employed. '.Tho youth, who was arrested at Three llllls, has been remanded for sentence pending (be present trial. In the'case before. Magistrate Irwin Harry Brook, of the Universal Second- hand Store, oh Oth St., la charged, as alleged, with receiving stolen goods knowing the saino.ty have stolen The evidence as_ given by Mo-Mahon youthful de iiravUy, ho- made to him' be had been ,'ein ployed a dozen varlonh the tity, only holding his Jobs for a fe-ir weeks In each case. fessed to thbfta oit two of these: In his-evidence he stated'that'he wa einpl oyed. nt the. Sadowskl' store from April 10th to the Saturday after Good Friday. he stole three wrist three cameo 'brooches, a nickel fob, a dozen watch chains; and.a a gold piectf' Attache d.'. ;All'.thfcsa a'fti cles be swore aiid 'that "that: were stolen -pfcTperity. Ho further Bwofe had told Him went there witll the first article that he.was touring him.Eome more.or else te> would tell Sir. what he had been 'doing.." had received chiefly goods; in the shape pay him accordingly. Ke estltled that he told Brook that he lad stolen tho articles and that Brook' .ad prompted him to .procure more. He said that for the 'wrist. watch, be was paid 55 and that U was kept by Srook for his wife. For the cameo j brooches he was told he -would >e given" what the jobber would !or them and was later given }15 with the Information that that was 'all that of a suitcase and club.IWE anil soruo rficles ot clothing, with, a'little :ca'sh rj'the Btoleii-jewelry; Brook', had to cars, 521.50. Do Her Housewor! I..''' Restored tho jobber would give. Brook on leav- ing the Sadpwakl etora went to work on a ranch at Three Hills.. Mr. H. Felhstein 'was placed witness box and stated flat, niter ho stood bail fbr-Brookbn his arreatithere was- a: meeting between himself, Sa- dowski and tho 'accused at tho store of Sadowskl a3 a consultation' .was asked. During the -meeting he-said that W; SadowBkt came., in in a great "eicitement a cheque.- Ori.'this ch'eiue .-written the'sum of J200' but- ho.'shatched it away with the intimatjqfl that that -n-as not the way tp settle the matter, inferring the sum was to bo paid to Mar Sadowski for the fitoiea goods 60 as to fix thtogs so Car as Brook was concerned. '.The prosecution laid great stress on this cheque, in that as it was caksidercd it implicated Brook. Sir. Feuwlein slated that he not swear that.the cheque -n-as signed by Brook. He put the same'fa _ his pocket and had mislaid H. He "had Been: searching .for'it for RKNluctton before tlio court so far had not come across it.- He ielt-sure, how- eyer, that ho could find It, 'At this period tho court adjourned until the afternoon so as to give time for'Mr. Feihstein to lotate the cheque and'bring the same to'the court at the sitting. '-Mr. Ball and Mr. E. C. MabKensue defended.' i i -.i-.'J AlBERTA COLLEjGrES GET PORTIONS OFiSPECIAL METHODIST FUNDS TOHONTO, colleges' special-fund of which, it is confidently expected, will be provided by tha Methodist' national campaign has been allocated by resolution by the board of education" of the Method 1st church, as follows: Wesleyan Theological College, Moa- treal, Mou'nt Allison University, Sackvllle, Methodist College, St. John's, Nfld, Albion College, Belleville. ?US.OOO. "Wecleyan College, Stanstead. Alma Thomas, On'tarlo. Ladles': Colleee, Whltby r ,1. Winnipeg, Regl'na Mount Koral College, Calgary, J70, lack Bennett comedy, "The will ha offered on the bill with oarder." which will be shown at the j their splendid novelty aiuslcal act. (Uopress theatre today and tomorrow. 1 Sessuo Hayakawa will -top tho There's only one Louiso Fazenda photoplay bill in his latest modern and she does-some of her fuutiiesti dramatlu success entitled "Tha Man Alberta Collegej.-Edmonton, .Columbiaa College, Naw Westnili ork in this new }oa't miss it! laugh provoker. Beneath." This is without question greatest work, and shown him In cqnirast to our modern society. HAS F1HST LOVE POWER TO ENDURE LONGER THAN SECOND? Which has the greater power to en- first lore, though It leads to ho divorco courts! or tho second love to happiness? Dr. Mark lldgewell thought (hat in his second vife, a simple little country who kept his house, mothered his aby and guve bis comfort first con ha had found the highsr, everlasting form o! love. And BO ho had, but when Adelaide lledlar, tho famous ttage beauty whom he had divorced because ho could not lead her frivolous life aiid Bho would aot lead his domestic life, crossed his path again his clear reas- j f j; oulng pow.er dimmed somewhat tinder COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE .AT THE COLONI.AL TONIGHT The world's funniest woman! That might' be considered rather a broad statement, but It-'is nevertheless a truth, and more of a reality. Louise 'FaiehdaV the leading femluine comedienne'in the funny Parainount-Mack: Se'nnfett Comedies, and'the one to whom the statement refers has lobg h'eld exclusive claim :6 the 'Uhe funniest woman in the [ijins'' or comedy" or cfthef variations'which 'convey the saine meaning.' will neit be seen' In a brand new gloom newest Paramount New.-l'ork-jfbsrton, po'slpohed-, rain: .''AMERICAN LEAGUE -york-Philadoiphia, postponed wet srqunda, L Louis, cold "f postponed, we Jsrr'6ulids.' e festiTal of I16wed to be -.passed hat lively English county chib, ,the jBthbridgo Kentish ;'of with one of the most. successful of hslr many gatherings, they celebnit; sd in royal fashion, St George's day >elng ushered in with' the slnging-of lule Britannia and rounds of Kentish fire. the spell of her loveliness. She was jiat a tu'tterfly creature who usually got what ahe. wanted, but when, she saw the grief her selfishness, had brought to her husband's "other Adelaide made the supreme sacrifice nobly. gives you an idea of the highly dramatic situation ottered at tile Stdrland th'eatre today and tomor- row the Blsckton producttou, "My ilnsband's Other Wife" is tlio ature attraclion. Sylvia Breamcr rtrays the actress, and Robert Gor- n tthe.play'vjight whose love for the rst wife complicates the situation, romitient in the supporting cast is arren Chandle'r, popular leading man, in Uio tender and sympathetie le husband, whose umbillons ere held in leash by rst wife. May SlbAvoy plays the cond Fanny Hice is a aper woman: -With everything In readiness tor to night's big Country Store Fun FcRti at the Colonial TlwalTO, the popular weekly event will draw another capac- ity house. Manager. Len Brown has lined up the greatest array of prizes of the season for tonight. The first prize will be a superb silver fruit dish valued at second prize as usual will be In Ihe third prize will be a big bag of flour.' Scores of other useful gifts will tic ivlll raise many a laugh. ln- .p'atrons arc asked lo attend possible as tho Seating The occasion was taken' advantage of by tho members; to .entertain their wives and a few friends, and tho ladles ol tho party were unanimous in say- ing tho men of Kent; are good enter- tainers. Part of tho evening was devoted to cards, prizes being won by Mrs. -.Hoi; berlon, Miss Laverlck, and 'Mrs. Doo, and by H. Kingy Knowlden and'E. Paunch. A fine program of songs was JO. Gordon. man' and' riqvel >vil appointed 'the'fjolnt :coUncil: of in- By '.the .-provincial tHo dustrlal -Con- ditions, Act, J accord ingVtb parliament buildings todajriby. lion. Arm- sirong, provincial 'secretary. The. de- cision was 'arrived "at after a final in- terview between 'MrXGdrdon :ahd tha provincial today. _; "I1-was so; weak I could not hold broom but sinco takln Taulao my logl wclgl havo returned.-and I am now a we and happy1; was tho stat ment''made recently by Mrs. .Carrl Benner, Alexander Avo., Wi nipcg.-Manitoba. "About a year aso I had n severe at- tack of ilie Mrs. Berincr, "and-'was down irt bed for Bhrco weeks hordly.ahlo to raise my liand to my head, and when a did get up I was in a condi- tion My stomach was OT set: ana what I forced myself: 'cd and .bloated, mo uj, :With. gas untl. iny heart palpitated something aw- ful I had headaches nearly: every, day and my kidneys were so badly, eirn'rl I had terrible pains in my hack. In fact, I had pains all over .my body, my muscles ached and was Jn such agony I could hardly, stand it Mtbing 1 nte seemed to give'mo any strength.or energy and I until I became so weak I could not d< tiny roy-hoiiscwork and had il, all up. I also extremely uerr ous and would roll and ioas in bet and lie awako half the nigM. "'Several my Mends tind recom Tanlso so highly to mo. tna 1 made my mind 'to try it. It start cd to help mo almost from the firs dose and now, although 1 have taken only Hires bhttlcs my troubles hav all been completely overcome, t an cnjoying.rny meals now because iny "d Restion is perfect and. 1 can cw any tiling I pieaBO without having to su: fcr afterwards. My kidneys aro in fin rendition and 1 never havo an nch or pain of any kind. I 'am net: trou Met! with any moro an my nerves .are as s.leady as can b( I have gained tcii.pountls in weigh have been built up so trondcrfull (hot t can now rto all my honsewor without any trouble at all. I slee like a child every nlgtt and whe morning comes I get up feeling ]u and. urn more gralcltil under the chairmanship 6f President W, llawkins nnd was trlbuted lo by Mrs. Faunch, G. Par- sons, B. B. Rossller, J. Wake- len, B. Faunch, G. Mount, W. Knowl- den, A. Knowldcn, I-.. Dunk, H. Dunk, W-r Hawkins and others, the hit of the evening was made by C. Wake- in who amused the company -with an riglnal "comic" number. The early hours of tho festival lornlng were dsvoted to dancing, the luslc being supplied by Mr. and Mrs. i. Faunch. Refreshments were served at.lntor- ala during tho'evening, and judging y tho good things on the are good cooks as weU ,s good gardeners.' _ April.; United official' organ' in tie maritime J. .IJUnited .wnich 'is peing pub- lished at lloricton, made its initial ap The journal; is -in magazine form qn'd tho. first Issue con sists .ol' 61 pages. -A'suhocriptiori'lis oC'li.fSi R. C. H. P. WANTS MORE RECRUIT il P.I ITonight FRIDAY capacity is For today and Saturday a monster show will be presented. The feature attraction -Svlll be the big human drama of "Should a Woinan a vivid story of a girls fight for happiness. Big Jim Corbctl will bo seen in the latest episode of "The Midnight and the lialabow L Comedy Girls wll) frolic In "AH For The Dough a riotous: two part comedy. IPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL ON MONDAY LOOKS GOOD! The Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville low which will be offered at the pop-' lar Colonial theatre on Monday and uesday sill contain many new and ovel features. Novelty is especially the headline attraction, which will he the anpearance' of the Minstrel MaMsT the Misses tiller, 'Smythe and- -Kemp. These bred exceptionally Clever girls wit! iresent- their owft minstrel show, which is staged elaborately with a peclal stage setting, aiid a great ar- ray of ccsttirfcs and lighting effects. Lofli, "the girl with ihe' red hair" will fill In the "singjc" position on tho bill with her clever specialty acl. SIlss Lodi is an enlcrtainlug Southern girl, who knows just how' to thoroughly entertain her audiences. WUh her wealthier new songs aiid stories, and her. winning personality she will be a big hit on' tho bill. Kathryn Mack and Jack Jermon will present "A' Breath of one ot the niftiest comedy acts of the season. As an added- attraction, the Violin Stuart Blackton PRESENTS SYLVIA BREAMER WITH GORDON 'My Husbands fltetfe' You will recognize every per- son in tlils drama. They are that have met in your visits to thp homes of your frieuds. That is why this drama will strike the heart ot all people. "AMONGST THOSE PRESENT" 'Two-Reel "Topics 'ciithe Day" Slie Viad shipped on fortune's sea- and .wrecked her boat. Sli5 had pawned her luck nnd lost the ticket But- she found one pawn- broker, wilh a heart. And what did ho do but become her 'uncle' nnd finance her Into love and Some'litXIe you'll say: PARAMOUNT-MACK SENNETT COMEDY- "The Stiar Boarder v Festuririg LOUISE FAZENDAi Bert 'Rouch, Harriot- Hammond, Billy Armstrong and John Henry Jr. SURPRISESI A Sennelt comedy about a boarding house'.that has more surprises in.it than hash! All the Sennelt favorJlejj amazing bedlam ot fenl 'WINNTPEG, April 23. sioner head of the Royal Cana d Ian Mounted Police, who is in the clt today oruUts.way to Ottawa, stated that' tho 'numerical strength of the foreo be. brought to which on tflve or six bun- T'1 SEVERAL-NEW TOWN OFFICIALS IN WEEK to Tar.bo- than, words .can express for givi'ij me back my health." Tnnlac is sold .ui iyClhbrldgc by John O. HlgiribothnTn Co.; In Coal- hurst by Diamond Driig ft Stationery Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N, Der- George's Scouts and 'Scout officers ore reminded ol U in order, that'They may. take steps for its observance.'-; St. Georec, It must bo remembered, is not held up to the Scouts ag.tho patron saint of England only, but as tho patron saint of chi.valry and Scout-craft throughout, tho world. St. gives Scouts the opportunity of getting into touch with1 In-other Scouts everywhere; II la the day for Scouts and Officers alike to refresh their memory ot Jlicir promise and Scout law, and where'possible, for troops to salute, tho flag. It would mako a bond bft- tween Scouts throughout Alberta, if all, at a given hoiir, say' 8 p.m., were to repeat his Scants' promise and tho law to himself: or -with others. .Where scoutmasters aro absent, patrol lead era should observe, the occasion by parading their patrols ami carrying out this cfiromony., Tho Boy Scouts (Association of Al bcrta..- J. E. BAXTAHIL Secretary for Alberts. offi- cialdom 'in.Coliingwood has.Undergone changes this, week tha'n' forj many years. Yesterday morning Capt. And'rey Kirk Mntr ns- stimcd th'o office of Town Clork, to which ho was appointed by'tlio Town Council at a meeting on .TnosSay live- ning. Mr. Munici- pal Audi lor, anil Mr. William .Fryer' is Assessor, the Conner being 'a'.now ap- pointment, Hoberl.P. Bey lias Chief of'the permanent fireibrlgade while-tho assistants and 'volunteer men are all-new, ilho former'brigade nil quitting lliclr posts on Wednesday evening on a few minutes' To afford tho town protection for lhal night (Mayor W. j! Holden, Supf.-rln lendeirf B, Slnpleton of tho Public other cltlzenar forme; a volunteer brigade, and remained tho flro hall until morning. During tho night they answered (wo calls IxrtSi, Ltxwever, being fvxlso alarm? The wnlkout of the firemen wan to a difference over wages.. Kcorganizatlon ot tho British cab- inet, necessitating the holding of aev- aral by-elections was nccompllshed Ihiring one wcok last month elementary 60.000 chil- dren, were sent homo fro'irt New York swithoul 1lio loss of a schools because there we're uo teach. era-for them. BOOZE BRANDON', Man., April No's brak, who admitted stealing liquo from his father-in-law and selling eral bottles obtained In this way, wa fined for violating tha Manltob Temperance Act. This is the largcat flno ever Imposed in the -Brandon pol- ice court fflr nn infraction bt.tho net. VodyilNite rronight's Big Is going to beat 'om.all-.The great-, cst array of prizes and.novelties oyer offered .will htf on hand, ist Silver Fruit Dish, value 2nd In. Cash. 3rd of Flour. And Scores of. Other Great Prizes.-, PLEASE COMB-EAHLY MONSTER SHOW TODAY SATURDAY Smaabing Dramatic Sensation Should a Woman Tell A great, MB, human drama ot today, depicting'vividly a gtrl's struggle lo chooso between a guilty happiness, and a life barren of love which confession 'would bring. i WJlh an all star Cast and a wonderful production, COMEDY The Rainbow Comedy Girls in "All for the Dough Bag" A roaring, Screaming, "two-part comedy Hot. You'll laugh tinlll you cry. SERIAL Dashing Jim Corbet t 'THEMIpjlGHTMAN" COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA fn up to 4ho mlnuto selections POPULAR PRICES. Adults 35e Children 10C Kiddles' Saturday Mstlnee, 5e CRANBE REPEATED Roger C. Sullivan, Donio- cratld leader of Cook toiraty, and rromlficnt In slnto and national poll- tics lor SO la Chicago, COMING CHECKERS The world's oronttit raclnj melodrama. K's bigger then "The Owing to capacity house last night and there being several other attractions we have been requested to repeat this play tonight. It is'fufl of fun from the beginning to the end of the fourth act. The many ap- plauses and compliments that were forthcoming last night show that it is worth seeing. See It To-night If you don't you will miss the biggest and best treat of the season. Wesley Hall 8 JO _ n. i Tickets 50c Students 25c ;