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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 24, CiK DAILY HKRAU) PUHTOPI JL PAC.E FIVK A 3 [VAUDEVILLE MARKETS SPRINGTIME IN ENGLAND, WINNIPEG. April wasi a much stronger demand lor cash! grains and all spreads were reported! unchanged to a fraction higher on the I today. The offer; ingi. however, continued exceptional- ly light and are not expected to show much change until navigation opens. Oats closed higher for May and up for July; October closed Ho higher. Barley closed higher lor ftoth months; flax ISHc higher for JUy and 14 higher for July; rye closed higher for May. Quotations OATS-! Open. 100H 16314 501 No. 3 C.W...10GU July ....W.. October May July -May......... juiy ilay 217 Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 Extra No. 1 Feed No.'1. Feed .-.MOW No. 3 Feed.. [Track.........................1091- No. 3 No. 4 C.W...1SOW Feed......V.163H No. 1 N.W.C...................518' No. 2 C.W.. .606 No. 3 C.W.. .442 Track ...X....................513 NixYoW. Winnipeg Llvettock April livestock were light this morning with only 24 head of cattle and hogs unloaded. Trad- ing was practically at a standstill, there being not sufficient cattle on band to constitute a market Quota- tions were In-line with ot yes- terday. The hog market was steady, selects, led and watered, quoted at 1 N. Y. Slocks NEW YORK, April sales: C.-V. RVH7; U. 3. Steel U. S.'Steel preferred 110U. DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE ENTHUSIASTIC FOR CANADA LONDON.'April Canadian Associated Di'.ko o( De- vonshire! vias entertained at a lunch- eon by the mayor of Eastbourne, a beautiful seaside town, of -which he Is tho principal owner. Ha made a speech full of enthusiasm for Canada Belgium.' has a Commission of -Mo- torculture. real old-l'ine minstrel show. Pen Is photoplay in his very latest moil: the iBliillo name of the act, anl the en, dnraiatta triumph, "Tha Man gTls surely know how to make their u wbich Is. with-' audieuces en oy ihomsekas. -A clal stage setting and some unique question Hayakawas crooning K depicts him m tho fects are Introduced. achievement. Stage Comedy Offers Ireal Vehicle far Clarke, the Dainty Screen Star. dances, stunning ______ plenty of lively coojedy" are handel j Faiho Keview, and another ttne or- out by this versatile couple. concert by Berestord's or- Mse Lodl, who styles herself "the chusira w.ll complete the show, girl with the red will also a I juaEaaer Len Browa has been ad- feature on tho show. Miss Lodl Is bv the liippotoome booking of a very clover comedienne, anil with that this is cue of the best her delivery of a line of stories and j, jjs of Intending patrons songs In her own peculiar soutberii are t0 attenl early on. Mon- manner she will undoubtedly mjko1 Ja.. or attend the matinees many fr.ends on OJoniay and Tues- i pOES day. j Tho Vloftm Duo in an exceptional-! ly good Instrumental act will com-' plete the vaudeville bill. hers of Uiis duo are the possessors of fine voices and. are accomplished musicians also. Sessue Hayakawa-will -head the unprecedented fioo weather has come wlih smiling spring In the Old Land. Here a EC.ene a .MSWe resort, on'a March day. So mild Is the weather that bathers, can be seen takli briny, en to' the conference was that of re- fusing his request lo bo left without a station. In view of this decision, Mr Smith resigned. It is understood tho contention will bo that thn con- ference provoked Mr. Smith's, resign- ation by refusing his request." HUNS AVOIDED BARKER Nineteen Million Pounds of But- ter Manufactured Last Year TROOPS NOW IN BUTTE BUTTE, Mont., April Increased but still Email number men reporting for work at Butte's cop- per mines, the situation created through the strike called by Motal Wine Workers' Union No. 800 .-of tho I. W. W., showed littlo here, WINNIPEG, April million gallons of .'the; gal- lons ot milk produced in ilanitoha last of veii- were consumed in Winnipeg, ac- p -cordinrto a clty'VaHh'. department portions of the province consvmeA aweet cream and ice cream, ono lbn Into cheese, Canadlan V.C. Airman Dropped Note ..and Bombed Airdrome So Huns ..Knew Where to Locate Them. Lieut.-Col. William O. Barker, V.C., etc., who .has now .been awarded the. second silver protector of the air by the 1Cng ol Italy, longed tor aerial combats while on the Italian front, hut his deares to fight the leading enemy were not fulfilled. ThB'COlpnct, j .__JL his fellow many Cana- dlans, flew the lines dally .and ,9Yer the enemy airdromes looking for a There was no response, .in d and the officers under his command present their compliments to Cap- aln, Rtther von IMala and .Captain Havratil. and the pilots under thjlr command, and request the pleasure and honor a: meeting In tho' sir. In order to save Captain Rlth von Klala and Cap- tain HayraKl, and gentlemen of his party the inconvenience of searching for Major Backer and his offi- -Will Ixjmb Gbdlgo aerodrome daily! feather permitting, for the ensuing -fortnight" -Among. Ihe oMcers Colonel Barker on this occasion wore "LiouL Gerald B.rkes, of Montreal, and Capt Mckeown, D.S.O., from tho west. The famU'ar story ot the country glr! who aspires to be a great arllst Is givch a brand 'new twist In "Luck in Pa.wn." Marguerite Clark's latest Par- amount-Artcraft picture, which will be the attraction at the Empress theatre for the toiay. Generally In fiction the aspirisg heroine irins im- mortal fame'ivrfth a masterpiece just as she is about to succumb tc star- vation. "Luck in Pawn" treats Iho sit- uation In a much1 more true-to-lilc and pleasant manner. Annablo Lcc, the ng a dip in the pretty, by Miss Clark. ia a country, 'girl whose mother has paid for her art training by consider- able sacrifice. Annabel Is Informed by a noted painter1 that her talent la Infinitesimal "and is feeling pretty bine when a-bored young millionaire, MAJESTIC NEXT FRL-SAT. NIGHTS AT 8.36 AMD MATINEE SATURDAY AT 230 Annual Visit of the Whirlwind Musical Show; cers'- attracted- unaffected clothes and ingenuous manner, strikes up an acquolntancexwlth her. The pretty love story that follows, with Its rath- er startling ending, Is said to furnish a thoroughly entertaining comedy pic- lure In Miss Clark's best menner. Charles Meredith heads a supporting cast, which include- Leota1 Richard Wayne, and jonn Stealing. .Waiter Edwards was the director, ._ i rnniiQn uidiJimituicLi. today. .A number of ajrKgdi into dairy hutter, yesterday from Camp'Lewis'and Fort creaniery hntter end Goorgo Wright. Horses decreased 1.4 par cent, dnr- ing the past year. gallons fed to young- calves. In Ma'nltoba-. pounds of hut- ter were manufactured. O5 this amount 150 carloads, or about pounds were eiported.' Slity thousand cows'are." required to satisfy Winnipeg's 'requirements, tlie report continues. On a. population of tlie aimual.'per capXa allow- ance of milk gallons and butter 23 pounds.' scrap growing eiaspcraled at the "yellow" fl.iers the colonel led bis over the biggest aerodrome, dropping tho Wit the still j "Major W. G Barker, D S 0 M C MRS. GAUVIN TELLS OF DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS. She Says Her Back Was So Weak She Could Hardly Walk, But Now She It a Diiferenl Person., ST.'JEANNE D'ARC, N.B., April 23. those In this neighborhood who are enthusiastic in their praises of Dodd's Kidney Pills is Mrs. Joseph Gauvin, a highly respect- ed resident here. "f cannot pralso Dodd's Kidney Fills Mrs. Gauvin slates. My back was T' could hardly walk. 1 took all boies of Dodd's Kidney Pills and now I feel a different person. "Dodd's Kidney Pills have done me n trcmeniioiis amount ot Of tho many persons.paylajf their tribute .of praise to Dodd's Kidney Two Manitoba Labor Chnrch Preachers' Cases :AVilI Come Before April Conference WINNIPEG, lAprllV Froa Proas says today: "When 'the Methodist court of ap peal meels in Toronto on April 30 it will rcake final disppsitloii of tho ef- fort to reinstate William Ivans, now serving .a prison term for. seditious Pills, ft Is noticeable that the groat! conspiracy, and will also deal with majority are women. The reason given' 'ou out ot yourself. Ono of the finest pictures of the year. "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" ALL FOR THE DOUGH BAG COLONIAJ. ORCHESTRA i HIP "Glorious Girlhood In .1 specatcular act. THE VIOL IAN DUO Nature's Sweet aiirl Instrumentalists 'in "Melodious Moments" MAE LOD1 "The Girl With the Red Hulr" JACK JEBMON AND KATHRYN MAGK rrescnllng "A Breath of Variaty." Special F atiire Photoplay SESSUE HAYAKAWA In the Pulsing Modern Drama "THE MAN BENEATH" Tho Barrier of B'ooil sfood hslwecn this High Cas'o Hindu and the prctly Scotch girl h? loverl. He scconlsd wl h ths Mai- Ism of his raco tho barrier which made him "Thtj Man Beneath.1 It's Hayakawa In Kl3 Greatest Dramatic -Triumph LEfRBRIDGE Trjjr s foday. PATHF. REVIEW "NEARLY Com. BERESFORD AND HIS CLASSY COLONIAL ORCHESTRA GREAT ARRAY OF VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MON. AND TUF3. The Three Jllnslrel Maids w II top the Hippodrome circuit vaiidcvll' show at tho Colonial on Mondny nnd Tuesday. These clever girls, who: liave a penchant for fun-making, pro-' sent of Ihe season's nitlles; nov- elty acts, staged after the stylo ot a Samo Popular Children Special Daily Matinee at 2.30 250 Watch for "CHECKERS" AT TUB TONIQHT EMPRESS. LAST TIMES TODAY MARGUERITE CLARKE in "LUCK IN PAWN" Also Mack Scncnlt's lafsi Coitictey, "THE STAR ;