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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 8. 1920 THR HERALD VAUDEVILLE WINNIPEG, Jaly au eu- lire of-all d-raaaiacLaren. AiMriok of the UTMB, will top bill In her very trtnajsfc. 'The _ i IS'' Oct. IWA iss July 3T5 Oct. 375 376H Cash Prices -No. 2: i'Xo.: 3 C.W.11SU No: 1 Feed..llo'.jj Track Xq 3-C.W..il63 Xoi 4 C.W...132 r; j No! C.V.V Xo! V C.'w...320 Cpndemn9d..2M. TV) of urt a rallickiac fTto.: Ototptm irill the big A special of "Cinderella" wiU be'.'tfTen Saturday aftarn6on for. the at the price of ten cents for the Hddres. Olive will be'seen for the last times tonight1 (Thursday) in the delightful O: LIVESTOCK July 8. 1 107 1134 ihogs i .llik-BKeep., Trading slow ''this "morning. Stocten and feeder' isattle iup'jatlcnt were 2S to 50 cents' Jower> Butcber steers (10.00 'to to clipice females to steers ?9.00; igood s'tocUVc'attlo'fe.C-'1, and bulls ?5.CO to-56.50. Bneeji m'urtet was slow with qnotn- lions. J1..00 'lerarer. The'lioi', market was unchanged at J1S.50' iY, July There were 249 cattibVHS of' wlitch were' from Winder- mere, at tlie stock- yards .The market for bsef slow au'd-veak. 19, beef steers av- eraging about 1 000 pounds mating 25 A fer; fat vearlfnss brought 58 nnd calves ner ttocki fMOe were sold, bu-ers not being inipiMtnce Hogs rose 2 tenlE, selects ajrjraglng (1? 76 off cars, 'f N Y STOCKS NEW CloElng sales: 0 P II 117; U S Steel 95, li S Steel preferred' LOCKLEAR .COMINQ v Mr. J. C. Belmont, special represent- ative of the sky dare-devil, whose wonderful "Tho Great Air Robbery1' will shown at the Colonial theatre here, for three days starting Monday, !s: in the city today ma'king. the liminary arransemtmts" for. the proper prMectation. of the ..photoplay, next week.-. Mri Belmont for .the past few years has been on-the-publicity stafl of the Universal 'Film company, with headquarters .at Unlrersal City, Cal. stated sucr cess, was in Cal- gary with the double combination of Loctlear himself and his .picture, "The Great Air being offered Cat- garians at the same time.; Local theatregoers may confidently-look for- ward to an exciting time neit week. hero for the eipress of letting Lethbridge know that (he great Lock- lear is coming to Lethbrldje starting on Monday. TONIGHT LAST TIMES OUVE THOMAS in "OUT YONDER" And Other Attractions 35 Cents and 10 Cents LOOK! SPECIAL The Flo Hartley Vaudeville Co. In a Clean, Clever, Vaudeville Offerins, with trie musical com-' sdy favorite FLORENCE HARTLEY f and Vaudeville's Greatest Cliaracter Comodiau WALTER MORRIS Featuring, the Screamingly Funny Travesty l' "CINDERELLA-UP TO New Songs, Clever Instrumental Numbers, Clean Comedy ALL WEEK STARTING TODAY A In Every of the Word A Big Viril Drama-NOW PLAYING Marshall tniKti Sqtrfktot bm Hit Own U Ae Sttrco. ii tke E w Writtwu FRIDAY NIGHT Country Store Night 1tt Hand "Bag and' Purse 2nd Butter Dish One Hundred Other Fine Prizes SPECIAL FEATURE Letter to" Sir James Aikins on Occasion of Jeter's Appear- ahci in Ohio. nio, Jiily letter from cratic tandldKte'for president, to Sir Jcmes Aikins', lieutonant-goVernor of the .-province oE Manitoba, principal speaker at yesterday's session-of-the Ohio Stato, Bar association at Cedar contention by President Be'niiby. The letter, dated July Mail, qk follows: "I cannot express to you my regreta that-'c'Ircumetances prevent.jny .greet- ing you'In pefaon and speaking.tho welcome'-of'; pur people In this-com-' monwealtb.'r "I have long preached tho doctrine of a better.understanding between.' the lingllBh-speaklng Bovenimentalltles of the UnitW BUtet and rCanada. In the affairs and more intl- matelr of humane welfare our division is bnly-'governmerital. In Ohio you will flfld fooling for you and your cOTiilrymen and an uilderstinil- W of how you' have suffered during the atreu.'of war, Let us hope as our fought side by aide, so shall the two. great powers of tills hemis- phere support and harmony, which will guarantee a bet- tor and. happier world. "I art wjth: great cor- dially -yours, C'oi, governor of ;ohlb." J. carried through JUtz'a u'rus 'otCifO window. Kitchener, on the raditor of his Ford truck, llo was. cranking the car while 11 was lit gcaVVand as It was ohooting window .he Jumped on. He cscapcil "without Injury. DRAMATIC PLOT' HOLDS BIO SURPRISE Dramatic productions sur- prise ending eclipsed by Hiver's a JSJBM Oliver Curwood story, prodnced'by Marshall Nellan and fllstrtbiited by First Na- tional Eihlbltora' Circuit, -whtcn thea- tre patrons will haro an opportunity to'see at tbe Empress theatre today, when the picture begins its three days' engagement.1. The entire, dramatic interest of tho production IB developed until the Anal scenes, when the. plot is completely un- raveled 'in ta'nsely: 'grlppingV flashes. "At the Hiver's Mr. Neilan's first Independent of prom- inenl aihnnsIwjjomlarn' Lewis Stone. Jane Novak, Charlef 'West ,'and Mar- jorle 'Daw... Comedy Scream In two MocLoren 1 vnUmlUnt} othw Colonial, theatre pfiUons Uavc a big treat In store for them this weck- on Friday and'Baiurdey, for Manager Leu Brown liao lined lip a fine variety aliov, pt vaudoTlllc. srccfBl feature photoplays and augmented orchestral i, Tho Flo. Hartley Yaudsvillo com pany will be scan In thai- oiyennilngly runny travesty.v to Mlsj rltrtltf, munlcal domidy circles, will Vs hesfd In a niiMher'.pf flue Vocal in work la Iho IraV- mm FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LAST TIME TONIGHT RUPERT HUGHES "THE CUP OF FURY" AL80.QOOD COMEDY 'Anf: PHOENIX'ORCHESTRA DIVORCE. W Ihit jottr husband il IP ping ft fan yoa? Do you i iiTc jrxir libtKty to bold him? If you do or do not don't fill to sea it la gmt vkvtodrima of a doctor, bit wife Uw otber womto. ...........AbKO "BOUND AND GAGGED" Latest EpEiode ALSO "THE CHAMPION LOSER" A screamingly funny bur- lesque on a ricavyweteht prize fight, with the Rainbow Comtcf- lans. at. their funniest, WE ARE GOING TO'oivE YOU THIS BUMPER SHOW A.T OUR REGULAR PRICES; IT'S OUR TREAT, Adults S5c Children 10c The Early Comers Get the Best Seats Special "Cinderella" Vaude- ville Matlneo Saturday for the Cents, Let the Kid- dies have a big time. On the edge of civilization there are no tradi- tions. Men meet life with all the strength of soul within them, That is why the greatest stories have, always been written, not of .the emotions of society, but of the virile people near- est the great outdoors. There men may be good whatever they are, they are strong. "The River's End" is-a story of the Royal Mounted story of adventure and a story of a wonderful love, It is" Mr. Neilan's best and Mr. Cin'wood's finest John Keith' peered out of the little log hut at the snow waste that stretched miles and miles to trie horizon, and hesitated. For two long years he had seen nothing but Arctic snows, no one but that bitter chase in the frozen North- land, relentlessly.pursued, for the murder he com- mitted in Regina, by an officer of the Royal Mounted, who had sworn that he should hang for murder. A ROMANCE OF GOD'S COUNTRY -PRICES- Matinee, Adults........... ,.40c, Matinee, Children ...........5c Evening, Adults............SOc Evening, Children -..........15c Showing at 2.13, 7.00 and 9.00 WITH SPECIAL EMPRESS ORCHESTRA ;