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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JOLT. 3, 1920 THE LETHIUUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS tit WINNIPEG, July oata ,de-' mand from the east continues good.; ihe few care that have changed hands being at a lifgu.'premium. Top grade barley continues in goixl demand. Tbo rye market "cbntlnueB steady, with few cdd ears" "changing hands. FiaSj wan today. n Oats closed unchanged for July; i 'VlSlf Or Will Be in i% down for .October and December.! Barley 'cents lower for July, the City Next and lower-for Oelober; flax cents lower for July anil December. Quotations July...... Dee. July Oct....... July Oct. Open Tho parade of the Close "le ketubrldgo, and Ihe des- joj of Alberta, given by tbo Omar jv j 143 j Khayyam Tetuple No 111. D. 0. K. a branch of (.bo Knights of Pj-tblas, on j'tlie evening" or Jnup tho 'was 151 extremely iiovel and tlift procession' vfas viewed by hundreds or slght- j seers-, who' were ranged along boih 3351; sides of the streets through, which the i parade 'passed. I A number of tyros securely tied to a two Inch rope of the hawaer var- jlety were closely guarded by the I who hid ..travelled hot 'sands spears and other j Implements of warfare to -prevent their poaiible escape." j After, the parade the tyros wwe [taken to Ihe K. P. FlaJI where they were given rest before beiaj i taken across the burning eaudel Tho i initiatory ceremonies occupied tbo Xo. C.W...3S9% Xo. 3 i greater part ot the evening, and it 401) _. Cash Prices No. Extra" 'Feed Xo. 1 Feed.'.12GVj Track, No. 3 C.W...17S Track FLAX-- No. 1 N.W.C No. 3 C.W...12C '.-V..? 129 No. 2 Feed, '..123 No. 4 140 lol Condemned .30Sy. Track ..393V, UY El- No. _> CAV. for tea, eVerybodyinr respoiid- .ng in haste to devour stud- vlthes aucl sweet cakes. The principle ot tbn" day's. ''program to Ibo young waa the races the different classes. rlrst and second were given In each race. Great credit U list' to the lollowinifl officers and comrades for activo pan iu making the young day- -Adju! Mil.Hardy, and Batt'irsbyi Chief Hardy, Sect, Hayues aud Bro. Frsyno. Also Mrs. Dawsou; Mrs. Clap- ,1 glorious slices Lieutenants IJrelt 1-atb.er worth less character and irhoee suit for the. himlf f llillla Fields, the daughter of village's best board- ing'houee keeper, his hitherto been unsuccessful. Throughout the early part of bis trials Johnny finds, nothing but fortune and dHappoiutmeiit. His nio-i ther whips hilii for going swimming against her will. Mllly plays with his'1 heart, and snakes him feel keenly his position as a grocery boy, with no deeming prospecle Petticoats and Pants." Broadway's! iiam, Mrs. Mrs. and greatest corn- Joyce, llnrdy, Tullock, Mrs. I edy success will also be featoroi on Frayne, Mis'.-, Klpp, Mrs. Harnard and (he bill. Tus uisriaEemem aararea its treasurer, Kva Davreou. patrons of the best show this season Tlio officers and teachers desire 10 tlie hot weather Is now on the thank i oui! adea and tru-nds for f ruli, Empress patrons "Mil find it caniJie'F and other gifts." i able; the new syatem Is All arrived home at 10 p.m., tire'.t but j nojv ninulng in full blajt. happy, atter enjoying the day pf of thle great Dpufliiiaii of Clakds. MAIL CONTRACTORS FORM ASSOCIATION OTTAWA, July Canadian At a largely-attended meet- ing of rural mail contractors yesterday the Cauadlau liural here Sfock .Owned in Englarvd Cleaned .Up-'-Sn- Their Class i 'Alberla bred 'Perchcrons second "and 1 third'.prizes at t lie. greatest ifvestpJck exhibition in the world, the Royal show In London, England, was the Information receivediByGeirgS Lane, !t owner of the famous Bar U r.anch. ..Saturday morning In a cablegram' from AV. Carlyle, manager of the I'rince ot Wales Alberta ranch prop- ei tie's. The cablegram "Perfection first; Paragon, N'ettie, third, ut These are the first Canadian Per- 'cberons to win at the Hoval and the singular feature is Ihf.t Paragon and Perfection are Alberta bred stallions nnd their dams were Alberta bred. The three winners are all well known on the Western Canada fairs and-liorso show circuit, especially Paragon and. Perfection, which were first rind second, sometimes ono lead- ing'and sDmfetimes the other. The pwnera of the winning stallions are Hon. Aloi. Parker, of Warwick, and K. K. Parker, o" Norwich', Kngalnd. Perfection, was at[ a late. hour, "in the morning before- .ail the ceremonies were com- pleted according to tho proper obser- vance of the order. At the close of the initiation a lunch waa served at. the hall.In which many of the good of life figured. Tho ce-emoiiy was attended by many from the surrounding towns and thei program planned in every .way; a decided success. The Knights of-Pythias, and Dra- matic .Order KnighU Khorassan J are to he highly honored In. a Ylsit'to imperial'Prince, Warfj- W: Ni.cK, and Mrs. Nice, of BaHimpro, Maryland, oil Saturday and Sunday, July 10th and IllliiV Brother Nice ranks high in the Pvthian Order and Is'aiso Governor of the State, of :.Maryland. and Ihe local lodges are which will- go doycii In PythiatrHlst.': fir asr in. Ajberta iuTlhi-.; Tlqyal visitor. A large gathering of Knights .from r.ll over the province, will be In-'at- tendance on 1his occasion.. Contractors' Association' was formed. It includes in its membership all the members ot the Ontario Rural II all Contractors' Association as well as many contractors from Quebec.' Gar- field MacKinnon, of Guelpu, Ontario, was appointed adjutant-general aud secretary-treasurer ot the new asso- ciation for the term of three years. He will devote al! his time to look- ing after interests of the associa- tion throughout 'C'an'ada. Strong reso- lutions urging all rural mail contrac- tors from every province to Join the new association were passed. HE LEARNED A LESSON man put him through a coarse of training that eventually made of the railroad-grabbing, money-loving Wall Street wolf a tamed you'ug man hopelessly in love with his trainer. This brief outline cannot begin to I do jaatlce (o Deadlier Ulautbe Sweet's newest Jesse IX Haiuptoa-Pathe photoplay, playing at the Phoenix theatre for the last limo tonight. It 'Is a comedy drama from Ihe pen of Bayard -.vrntn "The Thirteenth Chair" aud "Within the MaMon Hamilton, Winter Hall, Kussr-11 Simpson, iioy uaidUw and Boris Karlott figure conspicuously in the supporting CALIFORNIA MOVIE GIRLS IN PERSON AT COLONIAL MONDAY, TUES. AND WED. Ths most unusual even In theatrical history In this city will be the vlsli by way of the middle Western States. They will appear at the Colonial in a series of stunning musical comedy. flashes whi-h sre elaborately with all special scenic and electrica' effects. A carload of special effecti; and costumes are carried by the com- pauy. There will be a special matinee giv- en each day at aad tho theatre will be open -oach evening at seven o'clock, a continuous perform- ance until elcrca o'clock: FROM "THE DEADLIER tbe 'Colonial Theatre OP. (Tuesday and Wednesday of the Call-1 Iu sex recognized in business? Harvey Judson, a Wall Street rail- road, manipulator, and bUBiuerS rival of Mary Willard, president of tho N. Y. S. R. R., told her that busi- ness recognized no and all the was planning t. raid that he thought be easr to put OTCT ecause she was a of ho "weaker sex." But this Jtidson had much to earn. Mary thought the greatest esEon he needed was that money vasu't everything. Aroused to the lecessity of protecting her stock- lolders, Mary'kidnapped the young Paragon and Nettie were all shown here at the last fair held-in and were "easy viuncrs in Iheir classes. SALVATIONiARMIfiilASiL O'BlG'i BOTTOM ON JULY 1 In connection -with the Salvation Army Sunday school -picnic, over one hundred young people rind adults; also oil leers from Taber anrt Minlcod. cele- brated Dominion Day rightly royally under .ideal weather at the river bot- tom. under the C.P.It bridge. The party left the army citadel in 3 a.m. for the selected place. Several gained were thoroughly eu- joyed by young and old until noon, r-'hen all sat down and did justice, to Ihe good things to eat All the young pcxjple were well cared .for bv .Adjii- Innt Hardy, Lieut. Lieut i LICENSE INSPECTOR FINED FOR BOOTLEGGING WINDSOR, Ont., July Morand, of Tecumseh, former license inspector here, was yesterday fined for selling liquor illegally. He also-'faces a-charge, of .bariug-.llquor in an unlawful place, and the magis- trate.dcclarcd that technically ae.waR guilty. A search.of Morand'a -prom- 'ises i causes of wbiskey, a 11 n "of alcohol, a'nd; i' 2 5-gall on keg ol whiskey. MANITOBA RUR'ALI'C'REDITS WINNIPEG, June sum of lias- been authorised under the Rural .Credits act since January 1. Or this has 'actually been sent out, by the- treas- ury department to shareholders to the un- der- qllarler. The difference between Chas. Oifferd, admlnls- 'tratorVannpunccd, .represents .what is "kn'o'ivn'- a sbarc; holder does not use all the .money Tvhich.ls authorized-for-hlm to borrow Village Romeo Defeated by City'Gladiator an Radiant Armor of Ice Cream Pants Johnny Spivens Small T-own Black- sheep Played by Jack Pickford in "In Finds Clothes.- a Tragedy. Jack Pickford hero of a big round-up of "yeggs" in ''In latent pioture which Is being.dis trlbiited by Plrsl National, and whicl ho oeen at tho Hrnpress Theatre today. He plays the part of a grocer's boy.who has been condemned as A tei-by and younj leader, Uro. Frayuo and- teachers, in providing ice cream, soft drinks, oranges anil candy. Tn and dy. all tho aftentpon cricket, baseball football were, played. Swings. also provided [or tho. enjoyment for the wee- lots. At 6 p.m., the bugle PHOENIX TODAY Blanche "THE DEADLIER SEX" Shows How the Nimble WIls of (he Female OnlahlM the Logical llrain of A Treat (or the Daysrd Velllcr, F.imorl for "The .Thirteenth. (Ihnlr" and the fjinV' In'the Author. "CHASING HER FUTURE" Comedy FOUR PIECE ORCHESTRA Under the Lead of Ljurencn Wrljhl MONDAY AND TUESDAY FOX PRESENTS TOM MIX in "Ace High" A Tale of Adventure in the Service of Northwtit Mounted Police. Story by Tom Mix SWjed by Lynn Reynolds Fox Film Corporation TONIGHT Jack Pickford "In Wrong" JacV Plcfcford'a Siecond Kcture for First National and His Greatest. New York Broadway'j Greatett Comedy "Petticoats and Pants" Positively llio greatest ai.d best allow this Popular foraia Movie Girls in their spectacular' musical comedy "Bathing Girl Revue." These are tho same Identical Rlrls who _have delighted thousands upon thousands ot movie fans in their Mack Seunetl, Fox, Rainbow, Century, Christie, and .Universal comedies, and them also In person, will bo Robinson, the famous "Universal coro-1 edr star. The visit to tew elites. Included in their route this summer is only made possible by the fact that the girls arc really out on a vacation from the studios in sunny California, and after a short lour of the North- west: they will relurn to Los Angeles FRANK MAYO AT COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT (SAT.) Vrank Mayo, the popular Universal star, will be featured at the Colonial I Theatre for the last limes tonight' (Saturday) io brllllint dramatic: feature "liurnt Wings." j "Bound and the thrilling i serial, and a fine two-part comedy j "Leaky Pljies and Loose Lovers." will complete Ihe show. The theatre Is "ice and cool, ice wa.tcr Is on hanil for palrons, and a.cool enjoyable ev- ening can bo spent at the Colonial tonigh.t For belter results make today's Jalad with and note the Improvement. COLO HIM "COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN" TONIGHT SPLENDID WEEK-END SHOW 'Burnt Winp' A heart-throb photo drama.made from Primrosa by Bayard Veiller, author of "Wtth- in the starring FRANK KAYO Supported by Josephine Hill AND Latest Episode pi "Bound and Gagged" Tho Season's Biggest "Light Hearts and Leaking, A Torrential Downpour Laughter' Sam'e Popular Prices: Adults 35e Kiddles Hoc OLONIAL THEAXR "TffE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN LEN S BROWN Ario MAMACCB PECIALS MONDAY- YOU HAVE SEEN US ON THE NOW SEE US IN PERSON! LIVE BATHING BEAUTIES With PAUL ROBINSON UNIVERSAL CITY'S POPULAR COMEDIAN, AND THE JTijJ i CALIFORNIA GIRLS DIRECT FROM THE MOVIE STUDIOS, IN THEIR GIRL PEPPY SONGS, DANCES AND ATTRACTIVE OF BEAUTIFUL SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS. NOT A MOTION PICTURE Children 25c 75c; Children.. 25c Matinees Daily at 2.30 Positively No Reserved Seats j ;