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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY C, 1920 THE LETTHimiDCfe DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE be presented to an advisory tioJ.v from SU.OO to> 31. I'omposcJ of eidiaugs reprcsenta-.! butchers fail1 to good, 57.511 to }9.50; tlves. and wheat grow- j good quality foc'ler steers, J9.00. era, wblcb will meet liere loniorrow. j Hug market unchanged at ?1S.50 for .The exclmiigo committee recently re-1 selects. commended tliat trading foe re- opened July 15. ovlib December dellv- was nothing to satisfy anticipation, Iu] wiiy. Tho supporting cast fupludes that all that came out of the I Sydney Alnswortli. Frauli Lelgb, Clar- ven bathing toilets, allowing frcefffsa Selwyae, Kate Lester, WINNIPEG, July the re- ceipts Increasing there was an easier tendency to toe cash mar- kets today. -Straight grades of oats continued in good .demand at .uu- spreads. Top grade barley was ulso Iti keeu demand. Klai aud rye .were dull and featureless. July-oats Closed cetils lower; October Hi cents higher and Deceit ft barley 3 cents down.1 ceoi lower.for October; flux- 3 cents lower; for'July and October. .Quotations: Opcii Clbso -July'-i.-; 1.22 121 Oct. 'in--- 95% Dec.-............" SS% liarley July pel July Oct.- 37C 37S ery favorod. Winntpeg Livestock July 5. (UouiUilon Livestock Branch.) 320 l-allle and 510L hogs. Kidding this morning- ivaa generally fu line with yesterday's close. UeJiiaDd for lutch- er cattle light. Good quailly steers CALGARY LIVESTOCK OALUA11Y, July hundred aud fourteen cattle were unloaded at the yards today but these were only brought !u for the second dipping. A fow flock cattle of poor quality were sold at 15.00 a ctvl. and a few calves at to per There were no quotations'on bogs. Cash Prices 2 C. 1SS No. 3 W. 127 .Kxtru.Xo. .1 feAl .......___..127 Np. 1 feed..12l'A Xo. 2 .feed.. ...'..............121 i7s y. NO. 4.d. w. iwv- Traek Xo. 1 X. U. .376 S'o. 2 C. W. 3T2 Xo. 3 C. Tratft Itye-T-N'ot ,quotcd. New York Stocks; NEW YOUK, July 0. X Closing Bales: C. P. 114 1-2; U. S. Steel, ;S4 1-2; U. S. Steel prefen-ed, 107-1-S. May..Trade En Wheat Soon committee representing Ihe eight 'leading grain exchanges of the United States' Is meeting here today to formulate plans (o reopen trading in wheat fulurcs. 5'he committee's 'recommendation will AUDITORIUM, San Francisco, July though, cat led to meet at noon, the' .national' .convention recovering from, its long sessions of the presidential iSght. was slow In starling. At noon Judge Moore of Youngslown. Ohio, convention man- "ager for was .sllll try- ing to reach Governor. Cox over the long distance telephone to learn .111 he had any cholco as to the ylce-pres- idenUal. nominee. There was a great deal of noose- Tclt talk. John W. Davis; ambassador to Great Britain', whose name remain- ed on of 'candidates to the last, was being talked of for the vice- presidency, too, but the argument used against it was that he came from a slate too close to Ohio. SAN" FRAXCISCO, July yielded lo and Jlojor-Gen- eral L. D. Tyson was placed in nomi- nation by Harvey H. Hannah, of Nash- Before leaving for his office in Man- hattan in bis automobile, Mr. McAdoo called the-newspapermen, and asked: "Will you'say this. Tor I'm eter- nally grateful to my. friends for. their support." ville. Colby Decline's or women nearly always nervous wrecks; -that- ness, wenkness, debility ami' iieuras- ifcoiiia are a'lniiiat Invariably due to nerve starvation. your nerves ahd all Ihese.symptoms, due to nerve starvation" will .Eminent specialisls state that-one of. the best things; for the ''.ij.erves Sa pii. orgauiii a five-- gi-ain tablet o[ which should tie taken w.iili cacli meal. a'penulne ner.f SAN FRANCISCO, July nomliialins speeches'for tlie vice-pre- sidency word was passed about among the delegates that Tammany organization opposed the. nomination going to. Franklin D. liooseve'H, assistant. secretary ot the navy. The talk was revived for Baiii- hridge Colby, secrelary jf slate, whp earlier had sent word to. the floor that he did not want his name presented .under any circumstances.. To give, the convention 'managers an opportunity to hear from Governor Cra'aiii! JJje men being mentioned for the. vicc.-presl- dency, no made to get under way" promptly and it wiis ar- ranged' to'dispose of. routine conven- tion-business haying to (lo witU the national committee' and the1 iiext.con- vehtioh before proceeding to presidential noniiualion. Heaves. S HUNTrNGTON.'N. Y, July McAdoo1 was jinfqrmed'upon. But Only 15 Cents' Each.Suit Worn; By the Movie Beauties. Standing, Florence Ueshou, Herbert Dwlgut Qrltleiiden. H. A. -Morpaa, Marlon Col- vin aud others. play "for and much contact of skui-with. water, in what suine would bo inclined to call "rational batbtng costume." There is not-a very great deal to be said of tbo1 special nidslcal quail- lies of the voices of (he mermaids, but the sirens.niade up for the lack of this in the music ot their EOTC- rnenU'is the? swayed in graceful dance along the golden sands of the ocean. Paul Robinson gave all the musical melody-needed, with a flue and appealing musical voice. Baseball on tho sands added to the attraction j of the performance In creating slderable fuo, and the big ball used aused qullo u diversion lu bouudlng about the audience, impelled bv "onderful Scenery Shown strpnE.arios of the mcnnalds." Thel of God's Country show was'In many respects a unique j a watermeloa for hot wca- shocs traveling across the snow, or perhaps a sled drawn by huskies, white meu On eome unlisual mission. In this settiiig Is laii! a story of tremendous antlon KEA of deep heart Interest, the story of "a man driven into exile because chiirgetl with mur- der, of a thrilling chase which lasts for relentless Royal Mounted Police on ths" trail, deter- luliicJ that justice shall be satisfied by a hanging. Then back to civilization ruus the by .James Oliver Curwood the'r. Fair girls, dark girls, and others of BRILLIANT CAST PRESENTS "THE CUP OF FURY" At 1 -THE PHOENIX of an Eminent Au- thors Productions from tire Goldwyn studios, is a picture that will undouht- edly'rankas one. of tho most success- ful offerings of the year. It lias all the elements wblcli make a good pho- strong story, a cast compos- ed of. good type's, and splendid direc- these'thiugs In (he final analysis representative ultimate in mo- lion picture production. Cup of Fury" as a novel had and still has a tremeudous sale. U Is from tlie pen of.that sterling author, Ilupert Hughes, alia its characters are all true-to-life.' The many thousands thrilled by of as a novel wiH'ftnd a greater thriller as a be shown at the Phoenix theatre, be giuliing Wediiesday. lielene Chadwick has the leading feminine role as Mamlsc, tlie prelly Itere Is a wealth of wonderful cenery of the snow wastes of the rpzen nortlilaud in the pMure, "The diver's Ead.'-' by Jamea Oliver Cur- a Marshall Neilan produolion, Itut will be. shown at the Hmpress 'lieatre on 'Thursday, Friday and "aturday. Tie snow scenes were taken far up n Canada, where the snows lay lany feet deep on the ground almost year round. There are miles and' illes-of snow fields stretching to the orizou and .beyond to the land of Jie midnight.sun. 'Here-there is 'only a1 chance lisa's one seeking a re- ugo from the world of men. an out- t from his own people. Occasion- ally there will he the rude tepees of ho northern Indians and perhaps the gloos.of.the. Esquimaux. But mostly t is a. dreary waste, where the wolf xlck hunts or bowls at the moon. In a1 long, long time there 13 seen a trail, aud a-wuife-mau on1 snow1 intermediate hue, ia the latest' of American girl who ran aw'ay from lier ballijhg out ot cloth I early environment of squalor and want to seek a sta'ge.' career. Success in time leads her abroad where she be- comes an in ho cent! lac lor iu a German patriotism on her return .-to -America by defeating a traitorous a newlj launched war Vessel. Rockcliffe Fellowes plays opposite -Miss ChadwickvaSfDavidge, a youug shipbuilder-whose admiration for Ma jise is not the cloud of sus 'icion which bang's above her. His which cost a yard but of which only fifteen cents' worth, as auuounc- e' Robinson, was used In each combinatio'u, graced the stage of the Colonial in a .modem bathipg revue.. .They- were the California movie bathing girls who diffused the radiance of the sunny south in cos- tumes, which, considering this chilli- ness of-the atmosphere outside, caus- ed a shiver'among the audience. The reputation 'of the California bathing beauties had precededu them, and. in the circumstances, it was not to be 'surprlsed-that, as Paul Robin- son sings, "the fishes were the score" in great shoals In torium the theatre. The proceed- ings of'the girls, betook themselves to their bathing boxes and proceeded to disrobe in-the sight ol the' no little-'curios; ilV. but" there loyalty Is rewarded in a truly romanti Do not another day witl Itclilnf, Ji'efrt Maft or IToirud tag riles. K, surgical oper atton required Dr. Chwe'3 Ointment will at one and 'aGord lastiiig beaent a box; a< -t Co., J.lmnw! Toronto, gatnple Hot free 1! you incotEonlliE pipe r Ml yostase builder and "-not a stimulant.or ibis morning'-that' Governor, forming rlrug. nyro-Pl'.opshafe'can-bej co safely taken by (lie most delicate suf- ferer, anr] the resnlLs' following it.; uSe are often simply astonishing. By strengthening Ihe nerves, weak, tired people regain euersy. and vigor: litinnes aud angularity give way to plumpness and1 curves; sleep returns' to the and cheer: fulness replace debility and gloom; dull eyes become brigllt. and pale, aimken cheeks regain the pink glow oMiealth. Iho.use of'which Is inexpensive, also fully promotes tiie assimilaUou nf so much uo, that many people report marked gains weight in c few %veeks. Those takiisg it who dp not desire to put on flesli, slioulil use exira care in avoiding fat-producing foods. Cox of Domin- ated as the pehiocratic.rcanilidale for the presidency, his.only'comment.was: "1 am the rail illd not Mr. McAdoo .showed every evidence that he wKs-iiJCa'ae'di'nnd lie would have a statement to in the day.. Mrs. McAdoo, who. .was ;Jiy ber hus- band's ..side, NURSES MEEt iff PORT ARTHUR POUT AKTHUIi, Ont., July S. Delegates to the 'Dominion Xuraes' association annual gathering here today, and H is expect- ed that one hundred delegates will bo present at the first Business session (his afternoon. "DAND.ER1NE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty, story, following the outlaw jn ft deatl man's garments, and witb a dead mar's name. These mysteries and thrills a re. unfolded in a way that will both startle and fascinate alL A tow cents buys After an application of "Danderlno" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every iiair shows new lifp, vigor, brightness, moro col- or and See Him Today and EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY 'Elmo the Fearless' THE PtiOENIX TODAY AND TOMORROW A New Thrilling Paramoimt-Artcraft Comedies and Other Pictures, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SAMUEL GOLDWIN AND REX BEACH PRESENT jfUPERT HUGHES "the'Cup'of Fury" BV LAST TIME TONIGHT TOM MIX in A Tale of Adventure in tlie Service of 111e Canadian Mounted Polfca Also the Last Cplsodti of the "SLACK SECRET" BROKE" EMPRESC COM. THURS. THE GREATEST STORY Cr GOD'S COUNTRY EVER WRITTEN arshall Neilan fheRivemincl and off 'Oodi.V; Country' yj He ,Lpvcd thought Him Her Brother. JohrirtKciih was impersonating Derwent Connislon. He.tiad re- hearsed'.tnorbug'hly every detail of the English officer's life, birt had not thai Connistrth had a sister. And no, whpn he found her a .pretty'little thing 'jvlio called him_brother, he felt within him the impact conflfcting emotions of contradictory Impulses, He toved Instantly; he wanted to tell her the truth, yet he knew if he did so, ho, a fugitive from justice, would be hanged. This Is only part of ths extraordinary tale "THE KIVER'S END" by James Oliver h TRUE AND THRILLING TALE CANADA'S NORTHLAND artd Ihe ROYAL NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. Even Bigger and Belter than "DACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY." YOU HAVEi READ THE SEE THE WONDERPLAY THIS WEEK. COLONIAL TONIGHT CALIFORNIA MOVIE GIRLS REAL LIVE BATHING BEAUTIES WITH PAUL ROBINSON DIRECT FROM THE MOVIE OTUDIOS, ifl THEIR 1920 BATHING GIRL REVIEW NOT A MOTION PICTURE Adults 50c; Child- ren 25c; Nights: Adults Children 25c First Show at 7; Second Show at 9 Matinees Daily at 2.30 Positively No Reserved Seats ENTIRE AND COMPLETE CHANGE 0? PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY NIGHT A New Revue by the California Movie Girls, and an Entire Change of Photoplays Wednesday's Feature Photoplay: OLIVE THOMAS in "OUT YONDER." ;