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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JftLY 7, 1920 THE IJBTffMUlXie DAILY HERALD PAQE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS IffiPP WINNIPEG, Juljr -which hat been jrfeTatllng for lie pant few weeks tor oats .somitriat today, It being retorted that buyers'. draiaads hare ben MlUiM. wire re: ported te oft from 1 to A iwd demand continued fof top gride berler, wits, offerings light. July clpud unchanged; Octo- ber and December 2Vie lower; barley oV-c lower foi July icd dowa for flax" Ic up for July and October' Quotations. Open. Close; 121 121 S5H SSti 'SOH July Oct. Ur.c. BAHLET- luly Get July Oct. 150 143 376' 3SO 145 ISO 377: S78 Cash Prices 2 CTV 127 Eitri.No. 1 FeocI 1 Feed 1U Trick No 3 CW 113 No. 3 C.W...126 .........US No. 2 Feed..122 Xo. 4 C.W...HO .....-....Hi -.377 3 C.V...3S3 Track ;.377 ..218 Now Hydro Otiml C. P. H. Is Behind Drury TORONTO, July the Cana- dian Pacific railway company it be- hind the decision of the provincial United Fanners of Ontario-lib or gov- ernment of Hon.- K. C. Dniry to delay for the pi t tie acquisition ex- No 1 N'TVC No. 2 C.W...37S Condemned .293 No 2 CVf i ''New York Stacks NEW "VORK Julj 7. Closing Files C P- J? 115; U. S. Steel TJ preferred, Winnipeg WINNIPEG. {July 7. (Dominion receipts 6SO; tings 1.670; Sheer. With trading sen-' orally little or no change was In1'.quotations. Butcher cat- tle were draggy.Good to choice real calves were stead; The cheep and larco quiet at unchanged pricei. .The hog market remained uir- changed at Selects. tension of "tie, hydro-ridtai tiM IB Ontario, of A. J. member .of Toronto's board of control, and Tlet-preiMent of the Hydro-Radial awociation of On- Urio. Controller MaGutre declared that the did not want-the1 radlali' built and that innocently or not, the Drury govern- ment was In line'with" the Canadian Pacific railway.There.-will be an emer- gency meeting ot.theTOntario Hydro- Radlsl association-in Toronto tomor- row to deal with the situation: Government Weeks Move Ontario government ha> decided to hold up Sir Adam hydro-elegtric radial railway project until a'special govern- commission whlcli li.yet to be inquire into it and re port thereon. An offlclaL statement was issued on the mattei' Ijy ,the goy gist orvhlch h that, so far as the government intor matloh sots at present, menl is doubtful as lp' the radial rail way scheme being practicable. How even the government holds 'ojit hopes that it it can berccTivinccd otherwise it Till be ready to accordingly. Tiie whole project is to'be delayed including Sir Adani Beck's proposal for the immediate purchase of the Tor- onto and Baatern railway, the Toronto and Suburban railway and the Niagara, St. Toronto railway from the lederal gorerunent at a total cost of CONFPE SWIFT prime minister Mttlrg up of a state RBCINA, Jaly the rain rattled on the roof of the heatre, Swift Current, throughout the morning giving It a touch of iocoa- grulty, the firet session of the confer: ence called to discuss and means of improving the system of agrkul- ure pursued in arid Saskatchewan got under way: The conference was called to order Hediey Auld, deputy minister -oi agriculture, who addressed it briefly. it composed, said Mn Auld, oj Ira.ined agriculturists from' all parts of Canada and, fropi ._the.. United States, who had-been'called togethe'r at'the earnest behest of retideuU In ihe southern part of the 'province: There had also been invited a number of practical farmers who had perhaps In a measure beeii' Iif their agricultural operations than had been some of their It was nol a drjv farming conference, but better farming conference whose-'p'ur- wu to dftterralne if auy change to make agriculture more pro-SUWe in these sections of tbo which bai! suffered from lack at moisture In the past few aiid if so what meaauro might best be Years ago there were men who scouted the idea that southwestern Saskatchewan could ever te anything but a. grazing country. Good results had been obtained, however, in farm- ing thU of province in the pait, bit the fact could not he linked attiiat In the last few years the term- ers.Sad Buffered wvere IOBME. They could have done either one of two thlnge. They could have stuck their heads in the sand, and attempted to convince themselves these losses were only imaginary, hut they chose the Bother alternative which was to face the facts and attempt to remedy thai, had clearly become serious. hive a two-fold effect.; First, it will The Better Butter Scotch Storage Sheds Being Erected in Much to the West. (Special Jo The Herald) WINNIPEG, July .following' taken: from the organ .of the conservation, commission of Canada ,is situation fii western Canada: "ThiB.Bumme.r au attempt On a.large .scale'' ic to ;be: made, to pJacV AlberEa on the niark'el. .Difll- cully has been expected, in "this-mar- ket-extensIon work by the lack of in WInnipegrand tha unwiUingnesii of the consumer to pur- chase' his coal during the summer, When it could be delivered direct from To" overcome this .objection early: orders, storage sheds with a .capacity'of tons are being erect- fof Alberta'c'dai folWinnipeg he slack and storing It fiainjrt the rush period. ''This will .Tnc MAIM'UWO VANCOUUCH.B.C. Wherever Good Candy Is Sold WANT TAX COWMIMION (Caudian As ciated TW ot ttsh rl to the finance bmlnemiea to tie OB taxation. OFrllllUNIS iiltANGECOM- Dying. M Fujitlve to Return Te CtvllliMtin Under Name RMulta In Queer En- tangleirent An unnsuaJ-iad quaint form of plot tine the more intensely Interestinj! features of Marshall Net first independent productioe, "The River's trom the story by James OriTW Curwood, and diiUibut- ed by First National, which will have its Initial here at tie Em- press The Introductory scenes of the .._....____ .....film find John.JKeith, haaoted for relifeve the traffic congestion of tis iyeaii-ior.the mnrder of Judge Klrk- Girl Serve. The shew Is unlike asytalig sew for lonf lor: Unc, ta thxt u a aappj- ot pretty rfrls rn balk mo-rtee tni lite. Prior to tht Jirls' OB the a ree.1 of metlee to afcown showing the wuae dlt- portlut themKlvee 90 goub- en with the femoral ot the plctura ccreen (iy pi ice to an attproprme seeihore state settle the jlrlj ooae ?t> the psnon, and preeietit an boar's mutteal delight. They are a floe look- bnnch ot If ttey are a fair temple of ivhat Hack Senriett raises In il'i po.wonder that Los Angeles bids to ins one of the moil popular lu the universe. Interajwrsed la Iho girl's of the Is a series of songs and monologues offorea by Paul Kobloeon, the UniTerul Tee show.will afford to even the moat blase it is snappy and full of pep The Call fornia Movie Girls will appear igajn tonight at the Colonial'and will'oBer an entire change of program Entire- ly nev photoplay win alto be offer autumn .when the .railways are hand' ing the jraln traffic. will icrrnit the opening of the mines dur- ng a period when, 'owing to the ab- sence a market for.the output they compelled to close dowo or operate with a reduced staff." i'Thls latter-difficulty has had rath- er. widespread has mili- tated against the ability o! the Alberta cbar to meet competition. With the posing.down of tlie-rofttes for a por- tion' oC the year, the overhead charges of the entire year have had to be ab- the period durinj; which the rriin'eb were operating time Increasing to a conslcler- able extent. The enforced icllencas of the miners also had au.-unsettling ef- fect; arid'croaled dlfflcuHy in securing efficient operatives. "This riew enterprise of Alberta coal mine operators' will be watched with interest, und It Is loped that, with sncceBsfnl operation, .tUe partial de- [endenqe of the western cities upon UnUed'States coal will, be materially relieved." U. S. SHIPPING BILL CAUSING MUCH TALK [dmontoD Woman Was So Weak She Couldn't Walk Tanlac in Nick of Time. KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS and DOKIES ATTENTION! RememtKr the PYTHIAN FESTIVAL in our Castle Hall SATURDAY, JULY 10TH AT 8 P.M. honor th'e vjjif lo our dty of our Imperial Prince, HARRY W. NICE, of Baltimore Thero v ill be HO CER EMONIAC. At tbe request of the .Imperial Pr'nce imz Ifl to be an open roezling for the :Pythianism. Bring your.ifrieadE or your It will bo an inspiration lo thorn Chairman of the Dr. C, F, p. LET'S GO BIG INSURE CROPS AGAINST H AIL IN THE FEDERAL INSURANCE CO. OF NEW JERSEY aod Scjuaro Efficient Service. Assets Exceed Five and a Half Millions. Policy Holders': Surplus LOCAL AOENT R. V. GIBBONS ROOM 14. STAfTORD ItOCK wife actually lost thirty-two pounds in.weight and was ,30 weak he cbnldii't: wait, .but since taking "anlac ,che. has gained every pound f it back and for -Iho first time m ver a year is able 4b do her own the statement made y Robert It. Oraham, a well known icrchant aurl 5nfluenJ.iaI. citizen of Newbrock, Alberta. "A. ytar ago last November my wife hnd a serious ntlack of Hie 'flu' which kept her in bo.fl nearly two recks and IcfV-lici' in such a ruh: oivn condilion that flho fell off in weight unlll she was a mere shadow f her fornatT solf. After shcs recov- ered from Iho 'flu' itself sbo waa eft. so weak she actually couldn't walk add it's a fact, she was ao helu- we hnil lo wait oil lier for every Ittlo tiling. Sihe couldn't dress lier- self. and we had to carry her from one placa to another whenever sho to more Ground. .1 .worried and worried over her condition and almost gave up my buatiiess, to stay around and attend, to her wanls, for t seemeJ to rue she warr growing weaker and weaker all the lime. She didn't relish.a thing sho rile, for her digestion was so bill that nearly everything disriKrced with her, The.n In add ID her misery.she began to lave lerrtfic headaches nearly every day and sometimes these spells would almost drive her distracted. That is tho condition my wife was in and it seems Ufce a dream that's come Irua for her to ba so well and happy today.' But it's a she 'a different person altogether and Tanlac Is tbe cause of it'ali, I never onco thought it was possible for medicine lo clo (or licr wh.it Tanlac has; why. I can hardly realise the change that has come over" her. 'She has regained all her lost weight and io tell Ihe truth phf pev pounds more than she ever did in her lite. Everything she cats afcreca with her perfectly and she never complains .of it headache any-more. She hti.i now Ufa nnd energy, now her housework secmu moro Ifkc play than and ahe Tonfao has been tho greatent blessing il her life and I gladly Join with her in giving WASHINGTON, July' thati Japanese shipping Interests were fom'entlng propaganda-againEt the recently-enacted Merchant Marine act, Senator Jones, who trained the men sure, declared today th'at'Pacific Coas orts would'not auffer irr'caBe embar goes were placed again the'ni by either Tapanete'.'or British coppanles. Thi shipp'ing hoard has given aeaiirance le stated, .that .mmediately will be allowed in sntflci ;ht numbers lo replace1 foreign snip hich'" are withdrawn and. "to insure UDintBrrupted movement of Orients exports and-iraports." "Tbe: threats of foreign 'tiarners t withdraw their ships have been not ed.'V Senator Jones stated, "but the will jnot'be permitted to dlyert bus ne'ss from ports through .whfcih it now moves. There Is full authorityiu th transportation act of 1913 to absolute all import and export.ship meats-in. trans-Pacific.'trade so.ths the IrtterrState Commerce Comnil; H.niay req'uife them to move unde permit, thus making ettecttve an aU which would proven diversion of such cargo now movin through Piigel Sound to either Caiia dian, Atlantic or Gulf ports." SlRrROBERT PEEL IS ST. HELENA GOVERNO .i-ONDON, July cialcd'. appointment Sir Col, Robert Peel an governor SI. Helena, causes a parliamentary va cancy in the Wpodbridge division o Suffolk; 'In ihe last election, Col. Pee a cdftlitioo Unionist, had rnajo O, 8. E. HONORS FOR CANADIAN I.ONDOK, July Aes claled list ,of awards i tho'Order ot the Urltlsh Empire put llshcd today contains the. names o tlio following diaries Nornmn Darclav, Eva Crac Curtis Marshall. Emery McQuoId, R Mon'crleff, Gilbert -Murray, George i'a tcrson, Claire Sauvc, all for connplc OUB bravery at explosive factories Canada. ANCONA GENERAL STRIKE CALLED OF ANCONA, Italy. July gene til atrlke which has been iu progrc hare since June 20 lias been called o and conditions In-Ancohii, which lia been more or less disturbed since tl recent troop mutiny, are now norm. HELENE CHADWICK M Helene Chadwlck.. wio !s one ol the leading is Rnpen Hughes' "The Cuj of a CoU. wyn Eminent Authors Prodactloe, now showing at the Phoenix, Bad workers ID tho Southwestern skip- yarilb iorvl? as (o her Identity tie flret clay she worked as i member of one of the riveting tangs. Only a few o( the ineu were in cm the aecret. The others had heard that a pretty actreEE waa to So wits Di- rector Hunter's company and were anxious to see her. It never oc- curred to them that the little figure In greasy overalls, iuiupor aad batter- ed cap heating rivets at 'a flaming forge could be the object of. their search, finally one-of the put the matter up to Hunter, and he' Introduced Miss Chadwick to the te.tr when the was done. ed tonight, the feature attraction Ing Olive Thomas tho delightful Self, star, in her. latest nroductlon en- titled "Out Yonder." one, captured ,by D-srwtnl Connie n of the Canadian Mounted Police. Btrikini; resemblance between the 0 men in hjUld and facial character- ttes leads tba' officer, when suddenly riclien with fatal disease, lo urge eith to impersonate him and return tbo Post'with an account of Keith's Shan Tung, a.crafty Chinaman at e suspects Keith of.the npcrsonatiori'p'and. threatens to di- ulge the secret unless Keith influ- xes JlirianY-Kirkstone, the murder- 1 man's daughter, to marry him. A rrifio mob-Jtgjit follows in which e Chinaman killed. A younger sister of the dead officer at and unaware of a sis- rly affection.for. him. Keith finally lakes a cleaii'breast of the aflafr, de- arts and jouriieye down the Sag- atchewan. The climax of the pic- ore is iurameij-ap in the surprise iat awaits" Tne River's ALIFORNIA MOVIE GIRLS ATTRACT RECORD CROWDS TO COLONIAL THEATRE Somethlng'in the line of an unusual ovelty Is being offered at the Colon- al theatre, the California Movie Girls are presenting their 1320 Bath- SUFFERING OF KOUNC WOMEN Letter Telb How It May be Orercmner-M 'Interested. Toronto, "I jure suffered I was a school girl with pain fn my left side and growing worse eacl year raitll I was al Iran down. I am i {children's lisas bad at times that I was unfit for Work. I tried doctors and pa tent medicines, (rat was onl y reHeved for a short time. of the doctors wanta to perform an oper stion, but my father objected. Finauy 1 learned throuch mv mother of E. Pinkham's fVege table Compound and how thankful I am that I tried tt. 1 am relieyed from pain and emnpa, and feel as if It has saved my life. You may use mv letter to help other women, u I am only too glad to recommend'tb KENT, 42 Blamford Ont. Girls who are troubled u altM Ken Wi-i ehoold iftim-aistely seekrestontloa to health by taking Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Corhpound. Those who need special idriee me write to E. Pinkham Medicine Go TheKlettera will be opened, read and answered by woman and heU in strict MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Bfist Laxative it praise." Tanlac (3 KOld In by John D. lllglnbotham ft In Coal- hurstifcy Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Dcr JAPAN GETS HARBOR PQS9IET BAY WASHINGTON', July 7. 1'oBslet Bay, last of the first-rue harbors on tho Akiatlc coast north ot Port Arthur remaining (n possession nf Runsia. has parsed Into the hands ot Japan, accord- Ing to olliclal aiiv ices received here today, rpiicrted occupation of Iha'town by Japanese troops. ..The harboi ot 1'ossict Day, 25 miles nonlhwe'sl ot Vladivorlok and part of liussian Siberia, was conGldcrcd for a lime by Hussln as the logics! terminal o( the Irans-Slborian railroad in pref- erence to Vladivostok on account of the excellent lacllltlcs offered by Ha natural 'California' Syrup of Kigs COIDKI.L LAST TIMES TONIGHT (Wednesday) DHOENI JT TODAY AND 'TOMORROW NEW SHOW t The California Movie Girls REAL LIVE BATHING _ TIES WITH Direct from the Feature Photjaplay: Olive Thomas "Out Yonder" And Other Attractions RUPERT HUGHES' "The Cup of Fury >M THE CAST; JIaniise.----- Hclene Chaiwiclt Rockcliffo Fcllowei Xlchy............ Frank lielgh Lady Clltton Wyatt Clarissa Selwynne' I-ady Webllns----- Kate Lester Sir Joseph Herbert Standing Polly Widdicombe Floreaca Deahon'." Msjor Dwight CrHtenden Verrlnder.. Sydney' Ainaworth Jake........... H. A.' Morgan Aobie........... Marlon Colvln Wade Boteler Mrs.' Protiero. .Elinor Hancock Seven Superb Act, also SCENIC SEEING CANADA' MRS. JOE.MJARTIN COMEDY Four Piece Orchestra under the leadership of Lawrence Wright Don't Miu This Show. MATINEES.........25e and 6c EVENINGS........Kc and IDc THEATRE Commencing AND BALANCE OF WEEK A Big Event la die Local History of the Screen NEMAN P P. E S E N T-S END f-rfVJAMES OLIVER f cunwoon Possession of the hay, together with for Hie name California on other ports occupied by the Japanese the package, then yon are sure your this year On the Asiatic coast, accord- -Mid is hiving, the best and most Ing to official advlcea, ghrea Japan not harmless physic (or tho little only all salt wafer terminals of the Krer and boweli. Children love Us Marjchurlan and Siberian railways, hut fruity taste, full' directions oh each possible future terminal. holtlc. Yoj> (pWi THE GREATEST .CANADIAN STORY OF THE FROZEN CANADIAN NORTH; LAWD EVER WRITTEN YOU WIN OR LOSE THE MINUTE HE FIRST SETS EYES ON YOU That was the thought pounding through Keith's brain. He meant to tramp back to to face tbe chief of the Northwest Mounted Police. His uniform, his figure, his face even to tie peculiar tear on the about Mm would not be Xolth the fugitive from justice but Coriniston, the officer of the Royal Mounted who lay dyintf before him, under the Arctic start. Soon he would ctand before iheVhlef "whose eyes could through before tho girl supposed to be his then, before Shan.Turtj, the Chinese mystic who had known the dead officer and who never ftirgot a face. In "The River's James Oliver Curwood has written a tafs such, fire, such romance, such vigor and Intrigue and Marshall Nellan has to vividly transferred it to tbe screen that those who It will long remember It as one of tbe brilliant achievements in photo-dramatic literature. FAR BETTER AND GREATER THAN "BACK 70 GOD'S COUNTRY" SEE IT TOMORROW. LAST TIMES TODAY ROBERT WARWICK IN "SECRET SERVICE" A'pfctiire you will really like "APAflTMEMT ChrlsVe Scream ;