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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 50, 1920 THE PAGE FIVE DRAMA MARKETS WINNIPEG, Jan. casli jnarket was featureless in today's trad- lug ill coarse grains, offerings being light. -At tho outset thero wax a good demand Tor Numbers 2-and. 3 C.W. cats, but tho demand dr.opped off, the closing s-preads lower than ycslcrday. .Demand for cash barley was slow 'vvllh light, offerings and spreads un- eliaugcd Cash flax was In little demand, with practically nothing doing in cash rye, Oats closed %c higher for both May nnd July: barley closed -He higher fer Sluy; flax closed Ho to Hie higher, end ryo closed 2c hl.Tlicr. CANADA LED ALL n CwtnMed the Wi-WBt of the Empire 'May July RLE July K iiay Open. 34 01 505 Close 94 ?i 1S1 Cash Prices No. 2 94V4 No. 3 C.YV... 92Vi Kxtra No. 1 Feed 9214 No. 1 Feed.. 891.1 No. 2 Feed.. Track 04V BARLEY- NO. N'o. 4 Kejected.... 135% Track -.155' Ko.' 1 N.W.O. Ko. 2 O.W...503. No. 3 C.W...466 Track.........................506 it KO. 2 c.w.....................my. Winnipeg Llveitock WINNIPEG, Jan. J.ivestbck in th yards today were 753 cattle, hogs anil 133 sheep. The market opened this morning fairly in line with yes- terday's close, there being little change in imy class or grade of cattle. Fe- male butcher stock not Belling quite so freely as yeslerday, while the of- ferings of steers were somewhat bet- ter. The'hog market'was steady Ibis morning, at 4_19.00 for selects, fed and watered, in line with yesterday's Jl-00 p.dvance. Sheep and lamb quotations steady. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Jan. Two hnndred mill ninely-lhreo cattlo and 55 Vr-ere on the market at the stockyards today. The market was still dreggy nnil prices on the down grade. Very little good beef was shown. Steers lor feeding purposes made from J8.00 1o S3. 50; -heavy cows, J8.50 to' }9.60; good butcher cows, 16.75 to One; heavy bull, pounds, 'made crae stag, pounds, mads J9.25; heavy veal calves, 300 to 400 pounds, made to HBlect hogs, oft- caif, J19-60. New York Exchange MONTREAL-, Jan. Now York Inr.ds reached a new high leve! here tuilay when they were Quoted at 3115 licr cent. premium. New York Stocks NEW YOUK, Jan. 30. Mies: C.P.H., 127 TJ. S. Steel, IT.- S. Steel preferred, 1 13 ei- dirirlenu. LONDON', Jan. omplled Britlah ttatlfttlciaiu on be contributions of .various allied nations to the lighting forces, during he war place Canada well in the lead >f the overieM dominions not employ- ng native troops. The: Dominion is with sffectlves, Aus- coming next in the list with India's composed argely of native troops, was 350. The tlatement that Greal Britain during the period of the war placed a grand total of men in the field. The' contribution of the United Slates Is estimated at two million men" Tho following figures show the number of troops contributed by tho various parts of the British Empire: British Isles, Canada, 640, 880; Australia, New Zealand South India other colonies, The casualties are stated as tol British C6Z.083; mlis- Ing or wonnded Losses of troops from India, Can ada, Australia' and.other parti of In empire brought the total to: Killed missing and" prisoners; 142 057; and wounded, The captures of prisoners and gun in Franca during'the victorious o tensive against the German array bt ether workers employed by tho corporation will be "equitably adjust- ho said.- Tho new rale for laborers will be instead of H.S2 for a 10-iwur lay, including two hours' overtime t 'is estimated that the number of common laborers 'is about- ot he total of 260.000. On this basis the ncreaso would expand the payroll o he corporation by about 1 year, which is tho equivalent of nearly 5 per cent, of the common stock. With the present increase in eluded, the annual payroll will be brought up to more An 88-year-old man who died at Bto-chcster, Midi., had only 21 birth- days, being born Feb. 23, leap year. liEART SO BAD m NOT sm 11 m liv'a I'. Yaleinaii, Krugersilorf, Out., feel that 1 rousl write ami tell you ot tho great benefit I havo received fnmi Mllbnrn's Heart MM! Nerve-I'llls. About four years ago ,1 was taken terribly bad with my lieart. nerrcs and fainting spells, and was down in bed for about Bin months; Far-Reachinsr Concessions Are Granted in Settlement of the Strike HOME. Jan. the agree- ment reported .virtually to have been reached by Premier Nitti. Minister of Trannport De Vllo and the members of tho central committee of the railway strikers, this morning, for a settlement of the strike, tho eight-hour day will be established for all rallwaymen. and five members of the raliwayinen's un- ion will be admitted to tie board of directors of railways. Theso concessions are additional to thoso previously reinstate- ment of all strikers and deduction by the government of a- small sum from the wages of the strikers until an amount corresponding to strike pay shall have been collected, this money to be handed over by tho government for the erection of bouses for the rail- men. The concessions granted to tie men ill go Into effect not later than April 1 neit, by tbe terms of the agreement DID JANIN HAND OVER GEN. KOLCHAK? PARI8, Jan.' cau- tion ihown lir newspapers here in commenting on reports that Gen. Janln, tbo French commander of tbe Czechoslovak army in Siberia, turned Admiral Kolchafc over to insurgent revolutionists when they demanded iho admiral. The Journal expresses regret that ft "charge of felony baa been brought against .the general be- fore ho could give the explanations demanded by Premier Mlllerand." Tho -Petit Farlsion declares Gen. Janln was powerless to help Admiral Kolcbak, whlln the Figaro, says the Czechoslovaks had to give up Iho for- ELSIE FERGUSON AND HAROLD LLOYD IN BIG FEATURE PROGRAM -AT STARLAND Probably one of the finest programs ever shown in the city will be shown at Starlaud for Ihe week-end.' Elsie Ferguson, who is always a welcome visitor, will be seen irt a fine six-reel drama, "A Society Exile." Critics aro unanimous In .pronouncing this one of_the finest pictures that Miss Fer- guson has ever appeared in. This Is Baying much after seeing "Barbary Sheep" and other sueessses. Patrons are assured of a rare treat in this pro ducliou. Harold Lloyd, who. is prob- ably the most popular comedian .on tlie screen today, will be seen In tbo first of.the great comedies Into Broadway." Theso are the finest two-reel comedies that have ever been shown anywhere. The man agement requests .that all -who.can poaslbly do so attend this .nvening'a Ebbw, as owing to tlie limited seating capacity ot tlie theatre we may no be able lo accommoilalo everyone Sat urday night. A special Saturday niali nee will be given for the kiddies. Wo want them all to come and havo good laugh. Despite title "The Firing by llobcrt Chambers la not a war story in any sense although it Is cram full of thrills and suspense. A remarkably vivid plclurization of this leart gripping story vrlii bo one of he feature attractions at tlie popular impress theatre (tomorrow) Satur- day of this week and Monday of next week. The central character of Uie story Is Sheila, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neville, Cardross, NO.W York millionaires. Sho docs r.ot Katiw of her adoption until sbo overhears a cliance remark. Upset she marries Malcourt, a childhood friend who is inherently morbid. .The marriage-Is without love, and eventually another and jnoro attrac live man meets' Sheila and falls in love with her. Malcourt shoots him self thus uniting the lovers. There are many gripping scenes in the picture all of which afford Irene Castle abundant opportunities for the display of lier genius. Sho will be as a swimmer off Ihe coast o Florida and she Is tbc central figure of every dramatic situation In tho pic- ture.. -The balance of this feature program Is all veil up to the high standard set by tho popular'Empress. for Children As a special .inducement for-the children lo be able to see the better class of photoplay entertainment tho Empress Theatre will- admit children every Saturday afternoon for five rents. There will always be a, picked irogram for Saturday nnd parents au rest assured that their children irill always receive courteous and iratchful attention. ot water, but we 'struck out iustlECtlve- ly and paddled safely to shore. 1 love the water and spend as much of my time in It as tae weather and exigen- cies ot my work permit." GREAT DOUBLE BILL AT COLONIAL SATURDAY ONLY Tomorrow (Saturday) will be a big day at the popular Colonial Theatre, or ono ot the greatest feature shows >f tho season has been lined up. Harry Carey, tho screen's greatest 'westerner" wll! top the bill In his atcst production, "liare Fisls." Harry Carey, Unlvorsal's cowboy_ star, fanicd for his bard rilling and' straight shooting, 'comes to the Col- mlal Theatro'on Saturday In tils latest drama "Bare Fists." Carey Is again seen as "Choyenno that character immortalised on celluloid In' his stirring 1iVestern productions. Cheyenne llanry repre- sents the typical Westerner and he al- ways has an exceptional story to help hliii. The plot of "Bare Fist.? Is based on a man's promise to his mother that ho.vlll never carry a gun again. James J. Corbett will be seen in the npcniuc chanter of the new. million dollar "serial 'The Midnight Man." This Is the Colonial's latest serial thriller and isll! prove a worthy suc- cessor to "Elmo The Mighty." A howling VlUgraph Comedy" Cave- men and Coquettes" will furnish tho laughs on tho bill. A big special matinee will bo given for the children In the afternoon. ARTHUR LOEB, HERO, TO BE ADDED ATTRACTION AT COLONIAL "HIP" MONDAY Following yesterday's story in the erald concerning.Mr. Arthur Loeb, NORMA TALMADGE IN HER-FIRST BIG SPEC- TACULAR PRODUCTION "The Isle of conquest" comes to the Colonial nest week. During the film Ing. of "The Isle of Conquest" .Ihi Select Special In wlilch Norma. Tal mad go will appear at the Colonla theatre next week, starting Weclnes the star was called upon to leai from tbo deck of'a. Sinking yacht distance of thlrty.'feet. She'maile th dive with such clean precision tba Director Edward Jose, himself a re nowned swimmer, was amazed. H asked Miss Talmadgo where she ac quired her mastery of tho water. il" said she. "Tli greatest obstacle to overcome is fea and, not having ever known the fea of water, ft was comparatively eas for me. When Constance and I wer kiddies, wo went to the seashore an one day fell.overboard. We screamct Connie and I, and swallowed gallon PALACE MARKET Prime Roasts of Beef at iloclored with two different doctors imd seemed to get belter, although Iho fainting spoils would not leave me.' 1 1 would lake such terrible (alls, whorc- cvnr'l was, it was not safe to leave mo aloiic at any tlmo. At lust I decided to resort to proprietary medi- cines and took several different kinds, .but seemed to receive but llttlo bane- til from One day nolicing tho advertisement of Mllburn's Heart and Nerve ['ills 1 decided Ki try them, and hcforo f had taken more than two boxes I could MO they wore helping inc. I have taken aboitt ton boxes, fi'tnl nm cnre'l o( those ter- rible spells. 1 sincerely feel that your medicine has proved a to me, and I advise any one troubled with thsir heart to try them, as I am ccr.- fiden't they will find relief. Mllbnrn's Heart, NerM Pills are 60c a box nt nil dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mlluuru Toronto, Ont, Advertisement mer head of tho all-Russian govern- ment or 'bo annihilated." DELAYED CASUALTY U3T Boiling Beef at lOc per Ib. Choice Roasts of Veal at 121-15andl8cITbi: OTTAVM, Jan. following western men and officers were Includ- ed In casually Hats Issued by the mili- tary department today: Infinlry Previously reported pre- sumed dead, now reported killed in action: Capt, A. B. McCOrmlck, M.C., Wetland, Oat.! Lieut. A. D. Robinson, Leamington, Ont.; Lieut. J. A. Me- Clure, England; Private J. D, McKar- lane, Ooubio iliii, Vancouver, D. C. Services Ilenorlccl dead: A. Mac- donalil, (Juobflc, Previously reported pre- sumed deaii, now reported killed In Major J, A, Milof, Quebec. Special Legs of Mutton at 25c per pound Compare Ihe above prices with what you arc offered elsewhere. Palace Meat Market 13th Street North Phone 431 the hero ot the great Chicago "Eist- land" dlsasier, the management o( the Colonist announce that they havo Induced Mr. !.oeb to remain over iu the City mi til next Monday and Tues- day, whea ho will appear as an added attraction to the regular "Hip" vaude- ville show at the Colonial Theatre. Mr. Loeb will recount some o( his varied experiences, In uddition to showing a remarkable scries ot motion pictures of his work on the "Eastland" and of his deop-sea diving exploits. The .regular "Hip" bill win be a f.uU the biggest of the season. The Alsajce Lorraine Girls will top the bin with their daring and sensat- ional iiftrial trapeze of vaude- vlllo'i most startling exhibitions. ChaiSes Fortune, Iho comical French- man will be Been In his ridiculously funny comedy act, Into which he In- troduces a routine of comedy, juggling and pautorulno that Is a positive riot. Jim Chatham and Leah Dancourt will offer a real comedy and slugins act that 1s clean and entertaining all througfr. Prank Koberis ami Florence Fulton a vecsalllo pair oC comedy performers prescut iheir pleasing musical. WTtan your head feels like nen a basket of broken need BEECHAM'S PILLS oddlljr, which with, thetr several pleas- ing singing and danclug .numbers will provide lota of entertainment. The photoplays on tbo bill will round out one of the best shows ever offered at tho Colonial. Girls! Clear Your Skin With JESSE U LASKY Presents "THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME" A Paramount-Artcraft Special Story by Hall Caine Scenario by Beulah Marie Dl: Directed by HUGH FORD' Is It? On thing for man, and anothe thing for woman? This startling picture oS young wife's life, says no. 3 DAYS BEGINNING NEXT THURSDAY Etensch or dis- order poisons the blood and thus Irritates the rest of tie body. Sd. rf Jun Ultra I i. tovcfcMt oddi Ail fret oriital. tatUi picture a corker! ALSO GREAT COMEDIES DIE Special Jlallneo Saturday p for Kiddles O Un yon mattery, rdouet, tferltH, wlU ftciV nleeil -to nth D> JM lorn ft bctcrtifal itwrr tWMQ VholAlQfH yotllf bCttt tilTn wUb md tUnttn} Thw (bo for 7011 Lad funlty. ftmmt, JAMES J. CORBETT in the Astounding Universal Serial "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" HMCI thr.t MIDNIOHT KAN." Cttt conjure up a woili] o{ tblORi In rotjr mind} 1 iil-cnture? the Ms Blnr tmost. tcn't mli< a i....... _LO Vonderfal InsUlmenfn Bring the Children ;