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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JPAUri VAUDEVILLE WI.XXIPEG; April 4ory little business transacted on the local market today. All coarse- grains were in good demand with offerings very poor. All spreads were reported unchanged. In -the fuluro market Leavy buymg and only scattered sell- ing caused oats, barley and rye future to ascend above the previous Tecords. Oils higher tor May a ad Zc up tor July; OcibVer -fcc higher. Barley 2c higher for May aud up for July; flax higher for May ami Ic up for July, and rye 7o l.igiier lor-May. f Quotations High Jlay..... July Oct....'. ?Iay July i. Jiay..... July Way Oats-- 1.02'Xj S7 167 511 ClOEO 1J2 1G556 514 507 SIR ELGAR AND LADY ELGA1 Cash Prices 2 C. 3 C. W. Bslra 1 Feed ..................103% 1 Peed ....18SS 2 -Feed ----10714 Track.....- -.-.-112 8 W. 4 C. W.....1C251 Keoil Track 1 X'. W. 2 C. W. .509 3 C. W.....444 ....514 20. N. Y. Stocks YQIIK, April sales: C. P. 11. TJ. S. Steel 97ft; V- S. Steel.preferred 110VS. Calgary Livestock CATXJARV, April 26. (Dominion Livestock livestock ex- change Is moving into the new build' Ing erected by the stockyards company today, anH there is'no market. Only a' few loads of stockers- came in yes- terday and nothing had been weighed up or sold at noon. Canadian Dollars Drop NEW YORK, April dollars dropped in valuo on the New Vessels Reach gufTalo and Head of. to Montreal Also BUFFALO. N. Y., April- A.ai ihroa train l.den vessels to breat fhroiigh ths ice on Lake .Erie aud I make this port were held up today on account pt labor troubles at tha eleva- tors. When Ihe grain fieet arrived today the Bremen and" linemen man tugs to bring-them to the eleva- tors. Open at Lake Head FORT WILLIAJI, Ont.. April tho steamer Collingwood opened ni' vlgallon yesterday' morning at 9.15, entering the river to load at tho Mut ual Klovator.. About fife nours earlier the Wostmount opened navlsation at Port Arthur harbor. The following boats-.are reported In the harbors today'. Weslmount, Col- llngwood, Grant 'Morden.'.E. B. Osier. Valcartler, Midland King and.Martian, all of the Canada Steamship Lines, and the La Salle o! the Helm The steamor Haddington cleared yesterday afternoon 'tor'Montreal with oats. Tho board of trade ing to custom, present the .captain of the Colllngwood with a silk hat. Navigation to Ntontrtal Open y April first boat of the navigation season.' the' Ca- nadiaiv'Avlatpr, Canadian gov ernment merchant marine, arrived hero yesterday morning from Glasgow. Her captain Trill In consequence be entitled to the-gold-headed cane al- ways given by the harbor commission- ers to the In this port. COBALT WORKERS ASK RELEASE 'PEG STRIKERS .COBALT, Ont., April resolu lion asking thoimlnlster of Justice lo release the Winnipeg strike leaders now- In jal! was adopted at a public meeting held berojast night following utes of tho fun possible ivlth Dream." Of course, the old ner clever acl. Miss has a will bo revived, patched up ning and in her slow.; renewed as of yore but amidst languid way of putting her songs and .atmosphere and environment calcu- orlwi Over will surely scoro a big jated to tickle, please aud amuse their it. .host of fast-growing admirers and An aei of more than ordinary merit: friends. The big event Is divided Into will be offered by the Violian Duo, j three acts and Judging from tho suc- a pair of vaudeville's beat musical en-1 cess attained in other cl'.ies the play lentalnera. Instrumental music establish a precedent in the some flna sluglug are offered by the Yiollaa Duo, who are artists lu every sense of tbe'wor'd. Jack Jennon and Kathryn Mack, world of laughter and comedy seldom attained by any other production. A wild orgy ot unalloyed delight, hllar- a ity arid unsllnted Joy is Mutt happy ot vaudevillians, will] and JeK are institution and purely present "A Breath of Variety" a ol lhat py happy combination ot all that best In modern vadaeville. Miss wears some splendid go'.vns. and .with Happy. Jack Jeruiuii in uia UMQ iar line of comedy singing and danc- ing, they, will be a delight to tonight's audience. As a'special feature photoplay at- traction, Stssuo Hayakawa, the not- able screen star, will be presented'in his latest' modern drama" The Man a triumph in whlcnj Hayakawa'ls seen at his best. A pleasing comedy, and the latest j Pathe- Review will complete the show. Patrons'are asked lo atlend as early as possible tonight as the seat- ng capacity is limited. A special lad-, es' matinee wlll'lie given on Tuesday! ilteruqon. j May they Sourish PILLS The most famous of English composers with bis ivife leaving (bo WoWng (England) Festival'of British Composers alter conducting a program of, Ins own works. market today. At noon they were quoted at-88 cents. Sterling ex- Change' was' weak; .de- .Band 53.84'i. Winnipeg Livettock WINNIPEG, April (Uomlnlon I'.iyestock ''fqflay wero'140 247 hogs. '.Juuo i-Tho market .was fairly actlva-.today -with'most classes and grades'moving freely. A limited number.of choice biitchcr steers weighed up at 13.00 to an address. by Alderman A. A. Heaps of Winnipeg. In moving the adoption of the reao lutlon, Angus Macdonald, M. P.-eled for Temlskamlng, declared he knew'o: instances In this country where "men who had Ihe.t.emerlty to.vote for me TONIGHT AND TOMORROW FOX Presents the Deautiful Russian Kmotloual Actress SGNIA MARKOVA "A Heart's Revenge" A Gripping Drama With a Wonderful CHmax. "SNUB" POLLARD "Red Hot Hottentots" Rolfn Comedy, and "THE BLACK SECRET" uu .nyiii i, ycc.i" fired from ih'eli' jobs forced-to.'seek pastures Matter Under Discussion nt La- bor Conference Sitting in' Ottawa OTTAWA April A. Acland, dop'uty minister of labor, rfas unam- mously elected chEiirmun of the labor conference in session here and on his laking the chair, Mr. Tom Moore rosn to speak. The problem, he said, was to bring about uniformity in the labor laws of the Dominion, to Iho'eud that Canada might become, a, greater na Hon. There was great qomJietUion various provinces: of the 14.00, while good auallty movea at STOCKS WJNN1PEG.' 'April follow 11.00 to 12.75. Bulk of calves sold amound .9.50, there being only a few choice'offered. The hog market was steady, selects, fed and watered, changing hands at 20.00. Visible Grain NEW YORK, April visible grain supply of American and bonded grain shows the following changes: .Wheat, increased 553.000'bushels. increased 359.000 bushels. Oats, decreased bushels. Jtye, decreased bushels. Tjarley, decreased bushels. STRIKE DISORDERS IN VENICE SERIOUS PATHS, April disorders occurred in Venice before the labor council of tho city issued an order Sunday calling off the general striko which had been in progress for sev- eral days. One person was killed and iihout lu wounded during a fight that followed an attack on the police com- missioner, during which tho olUcer fired.on tho crowd. Tho strike result- ed from disorders in tho garrison dur ing which a soldier was shot by an offlccr. Ing statement of stocks in ,store In public terminal elevttpfa st Fort Wil- liam and Port Arthur on April 23, with receipts indvstiipments.during tho past week, was Issued board of grala commissioners on Saturday: Stocks In 5 bushels; oats, .Marie Dressier, as Tillie Banks, the- daughlev of one of tie old-type "money In the kitchen Jatf' farmers, is lured away from her home by the advances of the "cily fellow" (Charles Chaplin) and after an exciting series of amus- liiE Incidents in tho "city Is finally and the in- 'evitablo "other woman" (Mabel -Nor- maml) having absconded with the tle recommendation ot a commit- "ones- Tillie had slolen from the jar appointed this morning to deciila poor fathers kitchen on tho olil 'the business .to come before the As a result of police Invesllga- MAJESTIC NEXT FRI.-SAT. NIGHTS AT 8.30 AND MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 Annual Visit of the Whirlwind Musical ShowV Three T.OO, barley, flax, S45; rye, Receipts: oats, bar- icy, .flaT, rye, Shipments Wheat. -oats, barley, p-e, nil. .j i> ff f, if Q 4 GERMANY PLANS TO REDUCE SHOS PRICES BERLIN, 'April As- sociated a view to reducing the Increasing price of boots and shoes, tho ministry of. economics has do- cided to'place an embargo on tho exportation of thess ncces sarlcs but to continue unlimited Import of the leather until the Inflated home prices ndjfls_t themselves to tho lower foreign prices.' Dominion because.pf lack'Ofj unifi Ily In" (he .fniiestion _ whether the British North America Act amended in. certain re- spects might have to be considered He then, went on to refer to the BUS piclon of the workmen regarding'com missions and- the'meagre results oh Gained from them in tho line ot legis lative enactment. Representatives o labor were prepared io stay and se the thing through, hut they asked to Borne real results. James H. SlcVe.ly, employees' rep- resentative from British Columbia, utlmated lhat the federal government) the buck to .the provinc- sl governments on the question of Iho eight-hour day, and tho provincial governments were passing it back. Ha bought that the qoestioii of jnrlsdic-. lion must bo decided. In view of the inclusion of Canada in the league of nations, .WHS the jurisdiction of -tho Dominion government burdened! J. O. Merrick, employers' represent ativo lor tho Dominion, was not .in sympathy with taking up the .consti- tutional question. Finally a committee of six dele gates was appointed to draft tho lines of proceedings to bo followed. H con slstal of J. G. Merrick, Samuel Har ris, Jamea H. McVety, H. J. Halford Dr. W. A. Riddell, and J. T. Stirling ot Alberta. Press Excluded inference. decided, lisp1 on the. recommendalion 'of the lus'incss to make the loura of siUlng'frpm 10 in Iho'morn- ng .to 1 o'clock, .and from to ii30. in the afternoon. The order of Business will be: 1' Workmen's; compen satiou. 2'. Foctpry legislation. 3. Sline's regulations.' 4. Minimum wages laws. 6. act. MISS SHAVES WORLD.REQORD PljlLADBLPHiA, Pa., April JIlss Eleanor Smith, Morningside'A. York, won na- tional A. A. U. 100-yard-breast-stroko swimming' chmnpSonsJilp.' here .Satur one minute and 25 1-5 seconds BUD FISHE-Z': v MUTLJEFFS tlons iu a very mirth-provoking way, Tillie is identified as.tho niece of Mil lioualro Banks, a great financier. Till} is taken' to Ihe Banks' mansion, where she resides until her uucle finally has to put her out on account of her un adyllkc action. Tilly, broke, but no downhearted, gets a job as waitress] u a local restaurant, and, after iwork- ug tor'a'while li left solo, heir.lo the Banks' millions owing to-the sudden death of her uncle as a result of a fall while mountain climbing. Also many other- attractions. FINE'P'ROGRAM ATSTARLAND Starland presents for tonight and tomorrow an excellent William Fox production entitled "A'Heart's Re- yenge" with tlio- beautiful -emotional 'actress, Sonia Markoya, in Ihe leading role. In spite of tho title, this Is no "blood and thunder" story, but n grip- v prices.' ft OTTAWA, April Canadian a vote of 1C. to 3, it w'aa decided to exclude representatives b ......u..... the moat popular sets of the'year. now play of wit, humor, song and im.iuusi ..v-. friend ad- vised m'c to try Unrdock Blood flit- ters, and after using three bottles the pimples and bolls had all left me and thoro IB no sign ot them returning. 1 tan (Irongly-recommend B. B. to anyone who Is troubled with skin disease." Manufactured only by The T. Mil burn Co., Hmltocl, Toronto, Onl No. Special Feature Photoplay SESSUE HAYAKAWA In the Pulsing Modem Drama MAN The harrier of blood stood be- tween this high caste Hindu and the pretty Scotch girl he. loved. He accepted fatalism his race the man-made barrier which made him "The Man Be- neath." It's Hayakawa In IBs Greatest Dramatic Triumph. Pathe Review "Nearly Beresfo.rtf and His Clzssy Orchestra Ghas. Chaplin SUPPORTED BY MABLE NORMAND tfnd MARIE DRESSIER in "Tillie's Punctured Romance" FIVE BIO SCREAMING ACTS Same Populur Ao'uUs 5Oc Children Specail Dally Matinee at No. of lure Studies. No. Mag- Seasons. No. Cleaning. No, Baker Whyte. No, Orchestra. NOTICE TO COLONIAL THEATRE PATRONS The Kitchen Cabinet WiU Be Given Away Wednesday Night This Week. Drawing will take, place at 8.00 o'clock sharp. The winner must be In the audience, or be" an ad-, mission ticket holder on Wed- nesday night, A committee Tvili.ba called from tho audienco to conduct thG drawing.. v Be sure and bring AT.L your coupons, Mark the numbers down on a' slip of paper so Hint you can quickly glance over them nntl save time. YOU MUST'have, your coupons with you. HERE WEDNESDAY "DARK STARS" GREAT SHOW WEDNESDAY. NIGHT The Distinguished Actor H. B. WARNER- J.n Hie romance of the great southwest "THE GRAY WOLF'S Bret llarlo OTHER ATTRACTIONS All Wednesday Night Forget "CHECKERS" Is coming soon. (To the Colonial of coursi.) ;