Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXDAV, FEBRUARY 23, 1920 f UK DAILY HEHALU OAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, Feb. mar- ket was featureless verv light. In the cash markets the demand for oats was poor with the premiums about Ic lower. The demand for cash barley -was indifferent wilh practic- ally no offerings with spreads un- changed. Cash flax_aud ryo woijb unchanged' from Saturday. Oats closed Ic lower tor May and lac down for July; bar- ley StJc Ic-wor for May and July down. Flax closed 3c aud.2c lower re- spectively for May and July, nye closed lower for May. Quatatlons May July 3Iay..... July...... iiay..... July..... liny 2 C.W. Feed Track Truck Open 150 Close 9354 493 470 171 Cash Prices 3 C.w' S9V4 2 Feed ,.1CS- 4 C.W. 46S 3085J ...142 ...US 1 X.W.C. ...516'i 2 S O.W......KVfc_ Track......49GV- 2 iC.W......................... 105S Victory'Bonds Drop" CAI.OAIIY, Feb. bon. t'enlers were.advised today of a drop t'f two to three points in ths prices o Victory bonds. Tho reduction islipoi Kovernmeut recommendation in orde ;o maintain Victory bonds as an at ii-Bctive the drop wa: ceemed necessary by new level; reached by provincial and munlcipa bunds following the slump in foreigi exchange. Calgary Livestock OAUiAUY. Feb. livestock at Hi- >ioc-kyards today were 214 cattle, 50 and 153 hogs billed Tup price on butcher steers was 110.5 tor a buuch of 41 averaging 105 jteunds. Forty-two feeder steers EO! nt from tot JI0.30. One heife KiO pounds, sold at 58.00 nnd one bu ll-'O pounds at ?D.OO. Tliere was h cimuge it> hog quotations. Winnipeg 'WINNIPEG, Feb. Livestock in 1h yards over the week end limlte to 129 cattle anil 2S2 hogE. The market was a.slmdo sU-ouger over 'the week end for most classes nnd grades of butcher cattle. Stockerj; itml feeders .were generally steVdy. On the'hog market bidding opened at for selects, fed and watered, but the iriarkct had a. woafc undertone, r.ul quotations aro likely fb decline in the near 'future. E.D.AK. 'hat is Gifit of Correspondence Tabled in Knows Nothing of Plan (Special to The KtraM) tho a which means a continuous roar of laughter. Tho musical program has been espe- cially arranged for this show, as well Slanhopc" anii Alma Ben- :eir. CLASSY VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL TODAY AND TUES. Vaudeville meritorious order will ho offered at the Colonial theatre today and Tuesday with llio new show, which this week Is a deal atovc the average. Headlining the bill will be tho Four Eddy Sisters, woo will offer u splen- did singing aud dancing divertisse- ment, under tho title ot "A Study in Toeso fOTr clever girls federal government Beached tic conclusion' that negotiations hould forthwith DO proceeded with for tic purpose of ascertawing the possi- bility of arriving at au agreement] whereby the Edmonton and Dunvegan and be ac- lulred and operated by tho Canadian Railway, as a part 01 its sys- em, upon terms and .conditions that he government will feet justified in utjmitting to parliament for approval at Its next is the most 1m- tortant statement In a letter from Sir .corgo E. Foster, acting premier, to D. Me Arthur. This letter was tabled In the legla- aturo by Premier Charles Stewart to- day ns explanation of reason for de- ayed action by the provincial govern- ment till the negotiations referred to are completed. As the premier said Saturday, the letter contains no direct statement that the federal government will lake over the E. D.'an.d B. C. but the Im- plication that It will do so cannot Le ignored. The basis of. settlement, It is reported, will be determined by ar- bitration, and tho agreement to this effect Is now framed by solicitors for McArlhur and' the federal government. Reinforcing this letter, which was utidtr date of January 24, last, Prem- ier Charles Stewart made the follow- ing statement on the subject in tho house afternoon: MM ON ti! Social and industrial unrest is just lonial patrons. Rottch and Miller, a versatile com eay whose ability to please has no limit, will offer their somewhat dif ferent specialty, entitled, "Bits of Musical Comedy." They both appear iu fashionable evening costumes am boih have a winning personality. Jack La Vetla, a Hawaiian musician extraordinary, will present his musical .oddities on his giant Hawaiian Ucatah, and other weird instruments which aro art M-ooial nhnionlav afr v bill will 11 be >u Easi Lyune." The Colonial Selee! Orchestra will offer some exceptionally fine orches- tral music. Three shows daily will matinee at 2.30, and the evening per- formances at 7 and OvSharp. HalpL pictures. Elmer Cliltuu. who appear- ed originally as an aitur In "The llivth ot a Nation" wilh .Miss ami rater turned director, handled the megaphone for the vivacious star. DOROTHY GISH IS FUN STORIA CENTRE IN FILM, "NOBODY HOME" Insomnia of the heart. It can be cured all the product ot the sunny southern by love, understanding and helpful-j islands. La Vctta, a native-born Ha- ness. ivallan himself, will bring a ot That vas, tho creed o[ Paul, melodies whicli hivo made his Hussian peasant who accompanied the islands famous, and with special cos- notorious girl, Souia; to NewJ York] turning and effects vrlU be a tig Item on her mission from Russian i soviet. Unknown until she fanned the smouldering embers of industrial dls-; content into a fire consume; the workers Sonia blazed a trail of tbroalened to themselves, destruction "I contents of a letter from Sir Robert Borden to j. D. McArthur in- forming him that he had appointed a committee ot ihe government lo deal with his request for aEsist-inc.i or pur- chase just prior to his leaving Ottawa in December, and I also saw a letter written by Sir George Foster to J. D. McArthur, copy ot which I am placing on the Jable loflay." continued- -the premier's statement, "we were not called upon by the railway company to pay Inter- est on the guaranteed bonds which be- came due on the 16lli ot this month, which is evidence, I think that the financial interests' backing the pany'-fcel' confi'deirfc that '-fne arrange- ment can be consumated between the company nnd the Dominion govern uient." In contradiction of the foregoing lowevcr, ti most peculiar aituatior arises as .the result of a statement made by George Hoadiey of Okotoks, ormer leader of the opposition, this afternoon, that he had received a tele- i from Hon. Arthur Meighen, fed- eral secretary of interior to the j effect that ho. knew sothing whatever i of any information To the effect that across the lower cast side o! New York until she fell with a build through her breast as she led a mob of half-mad agitators .against the palatial home of her father. The dramatic story of Sonia and of Paul will -be told at the Colonial :heatre, starting on Wednesday, when Dorothy Phillips, one of the most ap-' pealing emotional actresses of -the! screen, will betsoen in a dual role. J "Tho Right to Happiness" follows i Llie pursued by Scuia left the soviet chamber in; Petrograd wilh a commission froriii the Russian agitators to spread terror in the industrial fields of America. .Not since "The Heart ot Human- ity" has Miss Phillips appeared in such timely nnd dramatic photoplay: Like thG.photodramallc masterpiece ot the! war, "The Hight to newest production, -.vas also directed by Allen Holubar. William Stosvell, who .has" a'ppeared in support of Miss Phillips in inauv- of her successes, plays opposite her in "The Right to Happiness." -She supported by the popular cast 'of_Universal players, which includes: Kobert Anderson, Hector Sarno, Henry Hall, Margaret Mann, on the bill. A fine, addition to the bill will be the appearance of Morse and Clark, who with the aid of tho plauo on the stage will offer an artistic Tocal epi- sode wherein they delight tho eye and ear of all music lovers, Both mem- bers of this duo are'entertainers of sterling worth and with their eiten- sivo repertoire of up-to-date imd some old favorites will prove a pleasant item on thfi bill. "The Other a.- wonderful six- Vivacious Star li Given Fine Comedy Role In New Screen Vehicle. lovers wh'o have come to ex- pect riots ot swill moving fun -pic- tures featuring Liorothy Gish will nut be disappointed In seeing "N'obody her latest Paramount starring vehicle, whicli Is at Starland tonight and tomorrow. Miss Gish has ttic role 'of an over-superstitious young lady who arranges tho elopement and wed- ding of a girl friend because the signs seem to indicate Its success, j She didn't foresee that she would I herself fall in lore with the best man. But ho is a blonde, and H black-haired forlune-teller had warned her that "dark man, will coiuo into her lifo." j is auspicious and all the more so' when she meets lier fiance with another woman, Sho is about throw away her happiness on a dark f fortune-hunter, when .one of the neV- ly-weds does some scheming on her own account. As a result, slariliug developments ensue, including n mad chaso after a pair bf enterprising burglars which finally leads to a recon- ciliation between Miss Superstitious and her sweetheart. "Nobody "lloine" is for entertain- mc'nt purposes only. Assisting Miss Gish iu tho fun-making aro George he federal .government iad decided to take over the E. D. and B. C. MONTREAL STOCKS Like a Tidjal Wave Heart Disease and Nerve Troubles Sweep the Country. 'Probably at no period in (lie world's history have heart and nerve troubles been so prevalent as 1hey are today. heart can't stand the stress and strain of this busy, bustling and and worry, the aiuiety and i activity or business life constitute a serious drain on the nervous system. COLONIAL TODAY TUESDAY MATI.NEE DAILY AT TWO AND WE DAYS STAKTING ON S. The of- world goes with such a rush that the Oavid Brown !s Enthusiastic About Thirteen Pounds. "Yes, sir, I wllL certainly back up Tanlac, for I don't believe anything if loo good to sny about was Iho Eiutcnient -by David. Brown, n employee of Ihe nejlnn and Feed Co., who. resides at 1408 Tenth Avenue, Kogiiia, Sask. "For over a year 1 have been in E liadly ruu-dowu Mr. Browi .continued, "steadily losing weigh troubled with n bad case of iudi- KCGlion. I-had liltio or nS never enjoy a meal, and what 1 r.wniigcd to eat wouldn't digest, but! caused so much gas to form that I ..would blont up ftnd have a tight feel- ing across my cliest like I was bound with n rope. I went around all Iho time with a heavy feeling, ami was contin- ually belching and'had a mean taste 311 my ninnih.. Whenever 1 stooped over I'.nrt started to straighten back np j-gain my back.patncd me like some- body was sticking n knife in nle. Often 1 would have splitting headaches, and 1 couldn't rcst-at night .but would g2t tip ot mornings feeling just about all in, nnd 1 had fallen off until 1 was nhout Iwcuty-fivc pounds under "I had hoard so many people talk- ing ahout Tonluc that I made up my ralnd to quit anything cjs'ci r 11113 try- ing nnd lake Tanlnc. Well, Sir, I could tell after the firat tow doses that if was helping me and.that encourag- ed me so that I kept on taking unliljiiow 1 mil not only in as good licjillh ns n man could want lo bo in hut thiflecn pounds in weight. My opuotito Is (Ino, I can cat anything 1 want without being trou- bled with indigestion In nny form and 1hc Bad lasle has left my mouth. Tlv. my back have entirely (iisap- j'earcd and I hardly ever liavo a nnd that tired, worn out feeling iia.s nil left me. My sleep is sound anii jestful ami when J get lip of mornings 1 am ready for as big a day's work ni :my man. 1 cannot praise Tnnhi unouffh hnd J wish everybody who i. troubled liho I wns could rend my Taulac )3 sold-in l.clhbrldgo John Iligliibolhani Co.; in Coa! liurst by Diamond Drug ft Slntioner> Ktore, nnd in Warner by 5irs. N. Uer Feb. 23.-70ver three thousand shares of Breweries were sold In the first'halt hour, today, at-______________............._.___ testing.tho popularity of the hew 525 stoutest hearts and strongest nerves securities .which multiplies the out- j broak down under the strain, standing sTiares by four to one. Tho, On tho first npproar-h of any break- opening prica was 54, equal lo 210 (flown of the system Milbura's Heart- compared with a high j of. 200 1-2 at and Nerve Pills should be taken. The Saturday's point recession reconstructive power of these pills o: Season's Show THE 4 EDDY SISTERS In "A Study in Daintiness" JACK LA VETTA ROTTACH MILLER "Bits ot Musical Comedy was forced later. Sugar opened strong at 95 rose to So 3-4 and then reacted a point Xew York market Is closed Washington's birthday. Gcorg fiiu ed and costs for a breach the heart and nerve system is simply marvellous.. j Jir. W. A. Wright, Hopswcll Ave., 'or j ptiawa, Onl., suffer- [ing for some time with my heart, i consulted a number of doctors, but'gol no relief. However, I read what MII-.J burn's Heart and Nerve Pills had doiici for others, who had' the same symp- toms and thought 1 them a: trial. Believe me, six boxes cured mo completely. 1 am feeling fine now, and can attend to my work every day. I; can 'recommend your pilis to anyone tuffaring as I did." s i Price nOc a hoi at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of, price Tiie T. Mllhurn Co., Limited, Toronto, j MORSE, AND XLARK In "An Arlisllu Vocal Episode" Projection the Best in Movies Are Shown. TODAY TOMORROW Special Feature Photoplay "THE OTHER HALF" A Smashing Dramatic Treat llnMsffiteBoud s Mai'cjsic Directed "OH YOU EAST LYNNE" Riotous llurlosciue PATHE REVIEW The Unusual Reel COLONIAL SELECT ORCHESTRA. Adults SOc ..Children 25c OPENING AT EMPRESS TODAY A; spectacular scene, .worthy ot a 'stunt" picture" forms Ilia climwc'ot Ircno Castle's inlest release, "The In- vlslh.lo which will bo on v1ew; nt (tie py'niprosa theatre today to- a wealthy New inorrow. As Iho sfory goes, Yorkcv infatuated with a. heartless Headaches affect all ages nml both sexes alike, but in all cases the treat coquette disguises himself S3 should chauffeur and takes her for a wild rause, for the cause removed, the i automobile rido. Madilcned becausoi heartaches vanish for all lime. she spurns his altenlloiis, he drives what is necessary for ft permanent! the, car at terrific speed through curo 30mDthtni; llmt will go right1 fences, open -fields nm) (0 HIQ of tho Iroubli. Vnr finally plunges it over n -100-foot wnt- crfall and meets death at Ihe bottom. Director Mnlgne those for this scene the cliff at Taughannock Kails, purposo it Is impossible to find n bet- ter remedy for hcadaciics of nil scription than Uunlock ISlooil acting ns It- docs on every organ uf near Illmca, N.Y. Five cameras wcrol tha lioily lo strengthen, purify nnd rog- used, Cfttchlng tho plungo from as ulatc Iho whole tystein. many different angles. The fall of tho; jirs. Flora Hall, Dominion, N'. machine starllingly rcgislcrcir have been troubled with against. Iho back-ground of Iho licadachss'for the last tin Ins water. [i had lost faith in all remedies YacH Sennetfts comedy lilt.jroccnllf a friend of mine ndriscd me "The Siieak1 which includes-.: (o Iry Burdock iifood-Bitters. Tills I, great Chas. Murray and Marie 1'revost' did, and found relief In a very short in Ujo cast, will alao be shown. Mr. time. 1 would now recommend Scnnclt has set a'new 'fashion in. to anyone who is suffering as I did conjcdy aa well. Ho lias been turning I only.took 3 botlleB. ami am never put some splendid comedies of lato; troubled wilh sick headaches nny Speak is said lo bo more.1' v one of tho best yet. It is said that B. B. has been on the- market [or (Jhac. Murray dqes.qulle n number of' over 40 years. Manufaclnrcd only by now stunts, which crcuts iiiiich laiight-1 The T, Milburn Co.. Limited, -Toronto, cr. The .whole comely, is snid lo b2 MAJESTIC THEATRE Oge Night-Wed., Feb.J5 THEDUMBlm UNIT C.E.F. AUGMENTED BY FROM EACH CANADIAN DIVISION IN THEIR ORIGINAL OVERSEAS REVUE GORGEOUSLY SCriVNED "LAVISIIS.V STAGED -PRESENTED OVER 50O TIMES AT THE FRONT SURE-FIRE SONG HITS 2.2, NOW ON A HOME COMING CITIES FROM COAST TO COAST Prices 75c, NOW AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S The beautiful gowned womaivjn the world in a strong- ly compelling drama of a man and wife and ttieir tragic mis- take. A POWERFUL HUMAN STORY OF LIFE AS IT IS. MACK SENNETT'S NEW'COMEDY HIT "THE SPEAK EASY" With a Great Ca.n Including CHAS. MURRAY AND MARIE PREVOST, "A Groat Show at Popular Prices. UNRTERSAL-JEWEL PRESENTS Heart of Humanity' PHILLIR5 IN THE GREATEST EVEH TOLD IHE 5000 PEOPLE HAPPINESS 'Greatest Emotiona InTheStrccrisOrcatwtlhialftoto' You won't witness Audi H prodcclion in ItS blgvar tbiu onjiliinf youVf. irf n thli EC 3 50 a, Ko man, wooui or tHld it. It's Under the Auspices of the G.W, V.A. THE CHOIR OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE PRESENT QUEENESTHER A CANTATA IN FIVE ACTS Majestic Theatre, Thurs. March4th AT 8.15 P.M. Reatrved Seat Sale opens at Armstrong and Raworth's Jewelry Store on Tuesday, March 2nd. Reserved Seats, 75c General Admission, 50c QTARLANO All Production! QvirarUxf. Tonight and Tomorrow DOROTHY GISH iiiiiiiii IN A RIOT OF LAUGHTER I Stf A F-. M