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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBUIDGE PAtLY HEP. ALP FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1WO VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS LttwtMk WINNIPEG. market wu nerrou> but generally today. cMh. market llltle change from pwrloni dart, offerings of coarw continuing to to email. There >M vcre cattle, S53 vbcop. erally steady'with yesterday's close. I "needs and grades of catUo mov- o{ plirnpe. ing slowly, with a' llttlu demand for bulcher catlle of good auallty. Sheep and lambs unchanged. The'hog martel opened this morn- ins'at IS cenls a pound for selects fed anil watered', beins in line vdth yes- terday's close. Sterling Exchange YORK, Feb. rtaiige strong; cables ?3.40; .demand 53.39 '1-4. Calgary Livestock v CAIXJARY, Feb.. (inlet'today at the stockyards; only 164 cattle. 23 calves and 371 hogs be- ing on sale. .Heavy steers sold from flO'XO to from <9 to and stackers ?S. to. 58.7D. Heavy cows wens' to good cowV ,18 to coimuon, Koo'd" beef ?3 to' J3; hDlf'ers. SR.EO to 57.50; bulls, com At all limes the feeling valent that irrigatlou_is the only s tlon of the problems confronting the. farmers of districts, and all B. C. FISHING IN JEOPARDY were in. hearty agreement that the question ot bonding the district for .VANCOUVER, B- C., Feb. question ol Bonding me niauici. iui jVANCOUVJsri, n. v J50 per acre as recommended In tlie fishing Industry of British Colitm- 3. C. Anderson's report, lo the ;s jj, great danger of being enlire- vincial when con- ly vpiped out unless something Is done fltfered troni all the, wise. Uo put a stop Indiscriminate course in that by voting tafcingjof fish from.coasl waters, was such bond the fawners would be reliev- ,h-s opinlon of a representative galh- ed of tho burden ot interest payments ol business men hero yesterday. __-i Ihn ttmft I nftKSPU antl trouble, while the doc took fright and ran Into the opta door of Hie cabiu. soon as the rearing horse permit- ted, my friend left him aud followed the dog. He came to the open cabin door, leaned Inside, and shot with his I 1 revolver once. Then he came out, put T 5 back Ills revolver, and we rode on. "After a while thought it time lol inquire. whether or not he got the dog. "I don't Just he drawled. "The folks instdo were at breakfast.! and he ran in among their lalgs. But I think I got The management ot the theatre do not hesitate Itt making the statement that "The Westerners" Is the finest] ert G. Ylgnola was the director. When rots mouth tastes IDus sll the mem yoe erer together, then JM need-, BEECHAM'S PILLS Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and Very Healthful Yew aatA b a IMketai o< t iiOaa ot ibe i and other''assessmemts at the time resolutions were passed and ana oiuer asswjfcuieuia inree rebuiui-iuiia when ho would need all his available tTO of them forwarded to Otlawa, money In putting his land under irri- nrst tbat new. .regulations that wero -____ thK ShOUlu THIRSTY OCEAN TRAVELLERS BESIEGE LINER'S WET GOODS SOUTHAMPTON, Feb. though the Cunard.liner Maure- tania had a record stock of liquors on board when leaving New York, her tockereiwsre empty on arrival here. The bar was besieged by thirsty paiaensera from the-mom- ent she passed butstde the three- mile zone. j The MaurtiinU'i iUwaraa clare 'that Increaied atorafle room for beyerage't necessary for to. come into etfeci this year, should lieir absence from the me_elins. Keen Interest and much knowledge vas revealed by the farmers in the engineering problems as they were gono 'into by Mr. -Muckleston, thc chief engineer, and.they.left iho meat- ng feeling that they had a.miich-bet- er understanding of these Jes as.a result of this gentleman's ex- planations. -v! neeu lur tuu. board lo conafsLprBrltisli Columbia liusinesa men. iO; bulls, 5S; LONDONrOnt., heav-y Latest and (Best Picture Playing picture of Us kind ever screened In the Colonial. who W t" NEGLECTED COLDS lay the foundation of chronic chest troubles. Many cases of consump- tion can be traced to neglected colds in childhood. A cold" should receive prompt treatment wilh Peps. Peps Is the direct treatment 11 Is breatheable and therefors nulckest and most etfcctlvt, Pops are so pleasant to tske that, children never refuse them and their absolute freedom from harm- ful drugs makes them especially suitable for children's coughs, colds, soro throat, bronchitis, etc. Every mother should keep Peps handy. All dealers 50c. box. U.S. steel preferred, 110. Triangle Club, Repatriation League and the veterans' organizations, being diverted to ths Great War Veterans Association for Tho which-are money np take the m he I vanoas soldier, in oraer that each association might bnlld Its own nipejf Strikers veicrens WINNIPEG, Feb. iho gov- ernment of Canada did not settle the strike, the returned soldiers irquR do so damned quick. The returned will Bland behind the-strik- TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Farmer's Gain of 15 Pounds Proved Worth of Tanlao To People of Gray. DAINTY t, to tie Mertln, .the: dainty a wldespre; j reputation for her'excellent wort clever-wholesome roles.opened (ho Empress- thealre la to a packed i house, in-her la Declared Soldiers lest Paramount Artcreft picture "Tc Behind a- charming love atory of'a factory girl who is not quiteiwhat she seeraE and a big hearted man who marries her and