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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL; 28, i92 THE LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS UtwtMk WINNIPEG, April Another dull day was recorded ou tha cash. market with offerings very small aud the de- jnaud somewhat indifferent. All tpreads remained unchanged. Data closed >Xc higher tor May aud up tor July; barley Sc higher for May and higher for July; 3o down for Jlay and Iftc down for July; ryo lo lower (ft May.' Quotations Ciose. 11114 Open. HOW OATS Hay July, October Jlay 108 July r. 1C5 ...w. 517 July 512 Way ...225 Cash Prices 2 No. 3 C.W...10SK No. 1 Fessd 108% No..l Feed..lOS No. H Feed.. 103 SG 166H 612 No. 4 C.W...K2 Track No. Y'.N.W.C...................512 Xo. 2 .507 No. 3 -C.W.- .442- Track No. 2 C.W. ....................220 New York Stocks NEW April 2S.-JClosing sales: C. P; It, U. S. Steel, fit; U. S. Sleol preferred, 100ii. New York Funds Drumheller Service of C. N. B. Will'Not Be Opened For Several Weeks CALGARY, April little trouble iras caused by floods on the C.'P. It line' ioflh of Poaoka Tues- day night, the water breaking through at three polnis. Tha train which left here at uoon for Edmonton was de- layed four hours' and fifty minutes. The officials stats 'that the line i clear tor traffic at midnight. High -water at Gwynne, east ot We- the C. P. R some concern, tho- peg train being delayed one hour and forty-five minulfls. This washout has now been repaired. AH tho company's blher lines at the present time are open. _ The'further storm Is militating against .National Hall ways rapidly proceeding' with tho work that is being carried out on (he Drumheller line; The officials state tho Hue has not yst been opened'as far as ;Ilockyford. Wednesday morn- ing it was said that It-would be sev" eral weeks before the line was open tot. traffic between hero and Drum- heller. The Grand Trunk report that there HITS RENT H006 HALIFAX, N. S., April 28- Nova Scotia legislature has passed a law making It II- legal for a landlord to eject a. tenant for not paying rent un- til a judge has ruled that Ihe rent charged Is fair and equit- able. philosophy'and specially con-1 ducted research hat become a. past master in the art ol thought Answering as he docs Boiae three hundred questions at each performance, statistics have proven his replies are 99 per cent correct. KITCHEN CABINET GIVEN AWAY AT COLONIAL TONIGHT The long waited for giv- ing away of kitchen cabinet by the Colonial theatre management- will staged at thevCoIonial tonight at' eight o'clock Manager Len Brown asks all Co- loulal. patrons .to as early as possible, and to'Jrlng'along all their coupons. ..The doors' will be opened at 6.45 sharp. "FLAME OF THE'.OESERT" IS (MAGNIFICENT. PHOTOPLAY After viewing ;.tho -screening of "Flame of the tho great Geral- dine Farrar feature at Starland yesUr- young womeu. Mull and his ive pal, Jeft, may fco expected 'rough a number ot city. The settings, sceuery, adventures calculated to arouse DETROIT STREET CAS MEN DEMAND DOLLAR AN HOUR April 2S Detroit United Hailway company to- day received demands for a wage ad- justment of Its three thousand and Interurban car men: One dollar an hour Is the maximum asked by the employees, the rate ranging downward to 95 cents for men. Company officials agreed to meet a committee of the men, but informed ihem that.their demands "were so high tlero is little hope of our being able to meet them." DETROIT TENANTS ASK LAW GOVERNING RENTA.LSJ DETROIT, Mick, April Detroit Tenants' League sent a petl-> lion to Gov. Sleeper today asking thatj a special session of tho legislature bo, called to enact laws governing -rentals. Tho petition suggests that profits on I rents be. fixed .by that the land-! ord he required to give six months'! notice to vacate and that he be re-i., _ quired to provide premises similar to Trouble Started Years lightings, and actlug are truly iVonderful. Picturesque Fgyptian streets crowded with surging mobs of natives on the eve of a great uprising; magnificent scenes ot a mysterious ritual participated in by thousands of the hosts ot lalam; a thrilling fight in a pilch black tomb between two while men and a herds oJ nalive in- surgeuts: a.tvcrman's mad dash across the desert to save her brother and the man she loves; these aro but a few highlights in a photo-spectacle brim- ful of color, romance, and swift, cumu- lative action. The of the desert seems to enthrall one as he gazes at tho beautiful eight scenes enhanced by wonderful lighting effects. In ad- dition IQ this great six-reel drama, a brand new Paramount-Bennett com edy, in which tho dog, "Teddy" does somo shown. lielng quoted Iho-sarhe rate prevailing al noon for 60-day Mils on hanks. Commercial CO-dny. bills were quoted at demand und.cables Canadian dollars were quoted al coon at a 'discount of 10 per cent. French Money i- lias been no farther troublo fn connec- f, toHrains are running on time. TO r VISIT CANADA'S STORES NEW YORK, April number al Canadian cities are to bo visited by jVVv-> Winnipeg Livestock ..WlS'NlPEG, (Dominion J.iyistbck Rcceipia today, Cattle aud.CSO hogs and 90 sheep. supply of. cattle oil liie'nnarket trading theiF arrival .here theyl'Tvill'be enlerlaine'd'.-by ihe S'allonal -'Re I nil Goods '-Associi brisk and good quality iutchor cattle wore in de- niarid'- at -Strong, One.... choice Bteor weigh Ingi 3 J2S 0 pound s topp ed it si 'class-' at' -while tivo others ivrjlghlng .pounds at with of good ransing from ,_.... to veal 'call topped tho market at ;The hog market opened this morn- iugi'with buyers bidding J20.00 ifor sel- ects, fed and watered. flood quality lambs sold on a steady citirket at Livestock '.bALQARY, April Iiead ot cattle and 50 hogs were un- loaded at the yards today and 31 cat- -tleiivoro on through billing.to Car- Kla'ifs. There were some high grade nepf steers, 79 head averaging 1175 made 13.75, with eight averaging 1220 mating 14.25, the balance of the henv- lesigolng at 12.60 end 13.25; choice uoiys 10.00 and 12.00; good butcher 9.00 and 10.00. hogs were sold at noon. United States.department'store era.-. FRANCE PUTS CLAMP- those .vacated -when he. desires mediate possession. im- DOMINION THRIFT CONFERENCE Ago-Wlth His Stomach- Feels Fine Now. I can. recommend Tan vhon. I. stralghtoiedi line have fo grao hold of sonic- :hinff-.to keep.from failing. I had a in niy head .all; the time, and felt tired and- ;worn out drid liarj about lost Interest in every- so much about; good Tanlad'.Tj-a's doing I _, itit I''decided 'tg try it In a-'short :ime I. began to Bmprove and I knew hat at.last I had found the medicine needed. Tanlac has fust, put my stomach, in such flno shapo-I can. eat. anything I want wilhout suffcrine one afterwards. I never have c sign of in my hack and am entirely rid of that peculiar' feelCng in my head. My nerves are in fine condition and I can sleep all night long now without'ftvfr waking- up.-Work does iiot-tire me out any mort for I am on the go all tho time and feel as good comes as I did -when I started .in tiio morning. -Tanlae has .surely .done me a world of good, and I am always glad to say a good word {or lit" Tanlac la sold In Lcthhridgo by Johu D. Hlglnbolham Co.; In Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug fc Stationery Store, .and in Warner by Mrs. N. Der. COLONIAL BIG SPECIAL ATTRACTION SATURDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK Th; Screens Char- acter, Actor Monroe Salisbury In His greatest triumph nmm moor Remember this for Saturday It will be one of the seasons finest dramatic treats. COMING to the EMPRESS Next Week, One of tho most magnillcent and spectacular pictures ever shown in the cily. In 4t8 ece.nlo it rivals "INTOLERANCE" "TREAT'EM An excellent 2-reel Parainount- Comedy in wliIcU the great Dane Dog, does soriio wonderful acting.'See this program. TODAY TOMORROW DARK STAR ff KM IMT V OHIMIIM MARION DAV1E UNIFORM GRAVE STONES IN SOLDIERS' CEMETERIES LONDON, April Canadian decision of he imperial. war graves commission to erect a uniform memorial over the graves of soldiers buried .in Prance and Belgium, meets wllh general ap- proval here as far ns press criticism ;oes. Rudjrird Kipling made a speech veaterday which was, in the main, a defense of Iho scheme adopted.- Bm- the polnis strivc'U for, he said they were, firstly, aus'blute equal- ity of treatment between officers and mon, rich (ind poor, nnd other mind- ed; secondly, graves mid jcemeleries should endure iforevcr, nn'd. flrially. dignity and simplicity. Mftdcly CanadianPodum Cereal That Khaym, the myslery man ofi India, who Is lo appear at. Ihe Majes- tic Ihcairo for thron nlghls comnienc-i Ing next Monday, May. 3rd, Is oH'erfnRj theatre goers soinethtng unusual will j casll? b6 provcii when this man's ot; Khaym is Ihd eon.'of American pnronts, born In Bom- hay, May 3rd, 1SS5. 'while his pnronl3 were attached to' the 11. S. CoiiBiilar .Service. Khoym's falher, being tho sccrelnry lo the consul, was not transferred every time tho presl-. dents were changed, so the first twelve years of Khaym's boyhood.was spent atnonget Ihe natives of the far east. He had for his playmates the lltlle Hindu a'nd-Drahinli'i'dllilrcn anil a.t MAJESTIC 3 Nights Starting MONDAY, MAY 2rd With Special LADIES ONLY Matinee Wednesday m IN SEVEN ACTS "Save Me, A Christie Special Comedy MAJESTIC NEXT FPI.-SAT. NIGHTS AT 8.30 AND MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 Annual Visit of the Whirlwind Musical Show THE TRANS-CANADA THEATRES LTD., OFFER THE SEASON'S OCCULT SENSATION THE MYSTERY MAN OF MAN WHO KNOWS ALL SUPPORTED BY A SELECTED COMPANY OF MENTAL MASTERS LAVISHLY STAGED {SORGEOUSLY WARDROBED 250 Seals at 50c 350 Good Seats SI-00 KHAYM 250 Choice Seats THE MAfl KNOWS LADIES' MATINEE, ALL SEATS.............................. Kc PRICES: u GHEATtST SWQlTt.SS HDTklEFFS The'Funnlesfof All Musical GIRLS GIRLS Clever Dancing. Complete Production. Twenty Song Hits Everything New This Season. 509 Saturday Matinee, Adults: Main Floor Children 23c Any 3cnl Seals Now Selling at Armstrong and Rawo rth's. ;