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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXDAYlxht. Oats closed lower for July; down for October, ami lower fur December: -Barley Jiiu higher, July, anil lo. up' 'for Oc-tnter; flax loivcr (or July unit October. OATS- July Ocl........ Dec. July....... Oct'.'.. July.....'.. Oct........ Quotations Open. Ifl for Celebrating The Fourth Across The Line CANADIANS IN REGATTA PHILADELPHIA. July .of the leading oarsmen of this country and Canada >s-.ere entered In the nineteen events of the people's regatta today over tbc mile ami Eight Celebrators Hurt SARN'IA, Ont., July the re- sult of a crash oa the U. U. R. radlil line between a local car and a freight car near Huron was ing to that city with a capacity crowd GO TO SOIL DRIFT CONFERENCE HELD IN SWIFT CURRENT I hi.' Prosjiei-ts for rain jus w mai ciiy wnn a capacity trowu mos-rovr unc or the bie Iho Kourtu of July celebration to bo discussed win river. sr-vpn. .______.. SS'i 152 Hi river. Th'ero were seven- teen rowing and two canoe races, tho entries including crews- representing rowing clubs from eastern. cities. -.WHITE MEETS LEONARD 1IKNTOX HARBOR, July Charlie of Chicago today faces .his '4 cliaiiSe to win the .world's Hght- weight championship, when .he meets N'o. 2 Kxtru Teed No. 1 Track No. 3 No. 1 X'.yf'X. ,Xo. 2 Condemned .300 No.. 3 Cash Prices Xo. S C.W...12SU 12SU Feed.. N'o. 4 G.W.. .147'i Leonard or New York, the tltle- holder, in a: ieii-round contest. The match will be staged -in au open air arena and Indications are that 'a cap- aelty crowd of persons will wit- ness it., Tho articles of the. match call for catcli weights and It is hclfev- ed that Leonard will enter the ring between 13SI and 139 pounds with White at 130 or less. 3S3 Truck'1. ..3S5 21S French Money PARIS, July. 5.-i-Trailliig Was nncer tain on the bourse today. Three per rent, rentes 5S frania 5 rent lines. Kx- i-hange on. 45 fraiies 70 ceii- llmcs. The dollar was quoted al 11 fiancs GO centimes. London Money IN', Julv silver S2i] per Discount BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 5 is New V'nrk----........... 130 Rlxcy'niid Witherow; Barnes and Snyder. -W. -H. FairOeld, of ihe Do- hilnlon Eiperimenlal Farm, and James Murray, of tbo .N'obleford" Fonadatioa, left today to atteud the Better Farmlnc Conference at Swift Current, which opens to mos-row. One1 of the big ones- morning ire good. Good From Red Oeer South CAIXJARY. July o.-WHh 12 (o H v; hours' raia lu some porliuiis of Alber- and .periods eileadiug up to six v huurs at otters, auj with CALIFORNIA MOVIE GIRLS AT COLONIAL-TODAY The cation of a continuance of ibc'dowii-i farmers are wost jubilant, au.l a) throughout the "province. Tie rain come at a most oonnrtuue time is characterized generally as a for although crOps niany t seen an I.ethbrldgo for many months will be the appearance of the California Movie C'rls In their Uathinsc Girl at the Colonial iheatro fh. fastest, anil best attraction seen Jnj compleiu change of will staged on both afternoon and evening. the Michigan 'city, eight passengers J soil drifting. on the car were injured, Including liumbcr of rcs.ldeuls western On- tario.. Both passenger car and the freight car became ignited from a ship nient of matches in the'freight car and were totally destroyed Uj- Bra. MMTET ESCAPE NOOSE Arrest of "Big Mike" al Detroit May Save Lives of Two Countrymen. J Ciiiciiuiati ounce. .Bur gold 104s. Money 4 1-2 per cent. rales, short bills C 3-S per cent.; three monlhs' bills II 11-lti. Winnipeg Livestock .'WINNIPEG: -July "Livestock Receipts: 435 cattle. 4SO hogs and 45 sheep. Buy- ers, were-bidding lower this, morning and nil classes find grades of cattle a reduction, of from 1'5'to 51) rents. Good quality veal .calves, steady with Salllnlay; tops to Sl.G.CO.rancl good heavy feeder steers, to" JS.50. unchanged at 1 for .selects.. CALGARY LIVESTOCK CArxJAHY, July were only 31 .hogs at the stockyards "today GRAIN STOCKS ;..-WIN'Sirm- July A, Tht followiiii? statement of stqtks'in, store.In public terminal elevs-.tbrs "nl Fort- William 'and Port Arthur on July '2, with re- shipments during-the week.' issued on "Saturday by file Board -of Grain Commissioners: Sloctis in hiishels; oats barley J3tf- S70; -flax 331.190; rye 323.179 bushels- onts.101.3S7: flax 571; rye Shipments wheat 337-159 bushels; Wheat 313; barloy S.S27: flax 3.4BI I'ittsbuig Archer. Theis.a'nd Wiugo; Carlson Haefincr. Chicago i s-fj St.. Louis............'.. i 13 i Heudrix and O'Farrell; Schupp and Brooklyn Boston......'...'. 'Maiquard. Maramaui, Smith and Oeschgor, Filllnglm and GOttdv. Boston I'ennock: ami Wallars; bee and Perkins: St. I.ouisf 6 15 0 i s Hasty, Big- .5 n :0 Sotiioroh and Severeid; Khmke and Stallage. Cleveland V.. Culilwell, Xichaus. O'Xeill; Williams 'aud'Schalk Jsewi. York.. Washington S ,0 9 1 ami j.j g 11 Zucliafyantl-GIi EIGHT KILLED IN TRAIN CRASH IN OKLAHOMA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 3; .JBaHimore 7.- A CHICAGO FATALITY CHICAGO, July fatality re- eulted from Chicago's celebration of the Fourth, according, to police rec- ords today. Jos. Holland, aged 11, was the victim.., A horse, frightened stt ran away thrdiving the boy from a wngon and killing him McA.LESTER. Okla., July. Eight persons killedr 12 seri- ously injured, some thought fatal- ly, and others suffered minor in. juries when a Missouri, Kansas and Texas freight train smashed .into the rear" of a carnival com- pany's special about 30 miles south, of here lust: night. Medical science knows liow serious is the sign of bleeding gums. For it that tender and bleeding gums are the fore-runners of Pyorrhea, that dicad disease which afflicts four out of five pople over forty. If the-disease is iinchcnkcd, the Sum-line recedes, the teeth decay, loose n and fa II ou I, or must be extrac led to tid the system of the J'yorrhc.i pai- son.9 generated at their Khich.secp into the system and wreck the health. They caurc rheumatism, ncn-ous disorders, anaemia, and many other ills. 'fo avoid Pyorrlis.i, visit your den- tist often for loolh and gum inspection, and use Forhan's ]-'or the For- fcPA, Belgium, Inlv 5 and Oerman dcleg lo tbe c mfcreace lu lie held here this nefl, mpf this morn Ing tor their b'essiun whlrh listed only 2D Wjoummenl was then l.-iken imtil 2 oiluk tomorrow ufternopi Premie QUEBEC, July sensation- al arrest was made yesterday by Provincial Detective Roussin at Detroit, when a Rumanian, known as "Big was taken Into cus- tody accused of being one of the slayers a fellow-counlrymsn, Kovlnan, at Kenogaml, Que., lasc year. Two men, Morari'and Dabeka, were to hang on June as last for the crime, 'and were granted a re- prieve until July 18. [Airing their trial both men laid the guilt on two confederates, "Big Mike" and "Little who had -managed to escape after the shooting. ertheless, '.iiey guilty, their story meeting with a'genernl disbelief. On the arrival ol Detective Roussin with his prisoner, a new inquiry will take place. Will Be No Coalition Wilit.Con- servafives in Manitoba legislature.' WINNIPEG, July denial came today from a labor source of re- ports ot a coalition between labor and Conservative forces hi (be new legis- lature. K. G. Tipninft, ail officer of the Dominion Inbnr party and defeated labor canditliiie in Winnipeg, reiter- ated statements made previously1 by F. J. Dixon. thai .there is no posjsihly of n union of labor with any old-line parly feels now that It can stand on its own declared Mr. Tiupinn; vlio thought it 'more than likely" that 1 ibtrils mil Ooiiservatne'i would un- ite Three Fatalities Over Waek-end at Ottawa lull young n.eonle 'of Ottawa .wece" victims wecK-enil fatalities. I were" of. Belgium who.- Irene .Mason, ifccd It, vears presWed, rea.l tho order of busmen as d .tighter of Mi md Mrs 1 C Jtason' drowned while bathing al Wcsthoro Urst, procetlure! seconil, dlsarma- Gabriel I.andriault, aged three menl; Ihir.d. feparallons, and fourth, years, son of Jlr. and Mrs Edwnnl Ihose guilty of war crimes. killed by beins struck by MAGRATH PEOPLE WILL PAY MORE FOR LIGHTS (Special to Tbe Ilcratdl 3IAGKATH. July vote of ratepayers held here Saturday on the question of jv'ralse in street, "business and residence lights furnished by the Crane. Cassidy -company cf passed by a vote of 5i to 9 aeaitist. This aniiouucement was mado this morning by J. T. Steele returning of- ncer. The. town U now paying }7 child, can sit through this show whti- out laughing will be given a season's pass to the Empress! COMING TOMORROW Robert Warwick "Secret Service" Tho Empress patrons are as- sured of comfortable setts and fresh air, Is supplied by our ventilating system, together with the usual high, standard of. photoplay, makes the Hmpress1 everyone's favorite. are Theodore1 Roberta, 'itaymoiid ilat- ton, Irving Cinnmings, Casson Fergus- on. Bdythe Chapman and OuyOliver. r. Mr. Warwick in former plays' such' as "In Mizzoura" has made anile a hiti with the Lcthbridge tlieali'cgoers. nna i the Kmpresa management ofsures its; patrons of .Mr. Warwick's best work' up until the present time. Jack Pickford's First Nation. al succeso, "In which made I'such a hit Saturday will be shown for Iho last times today. Al Christie's Uig Review fs also on the bill. "PetlicoaU and Pants." is far the best comenv. ever seen in Lelhbridge for some time PHOENIX MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS TOM MIX m "Ace High" A Talc of Adventure in the Service of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police. Story by Tom Mix staged by Lynn Reynolds Fox Film Corporation ALSO LAST EPISODE OF "THE SLACK SECRET" AND SNUB POLLARD IN "FLAT COMEDY OLOWIAL THEATR "THE BRIGHTEST SPOT iriLETHBRIDGE" SOLE LCSSCC AND MANAGER You have secti us on the see us in Real Live BATHING BEAUTIES with PAUL ROBINSON UNIVERSAL CITY'S POPULAR COMEDIAN, ANO THE California Movie Girls DIRECT FROM THE.MOVIE STUDJOS, IN THEIR "1920 BATHING GIRL REVIEW" PEPPY SONGS, DANCES AND ATTRACTIVE fcoSTUMEs- CARLOAD OF BEAUTIFUL SCENIC AND ________. ELECTRICAL EFFECTS NOT A MOTION PICTURE Prices Matuiees Adults SOc; Children 25c ..75c; Children 25c First Show at Show at 9.00 Matinees Dailj at 2.30 ___ Positively No Reserved Seats FEATURE PHOTOPLAY Bessie Barnsiale in "The Luck of Geraldine. Laird" 5-Piece Concert Orchestra ;