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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ui WIN.MHEO. July cash mar- ket was practically unchanged today. While ILe offerings were, light, demand was again poor. wilh: a drpp reported in oats. Deinaad for cash barley jyas pooj auil Indlltereul, July-oats closed. 1% cents higher; Octobec S cent higher and December ceuts barley o cents high- er for'July pflai, aV- cents'higher for July uud cents up for OclbbeiV -QublalionaVl, July Oct. Dec. July Ocl....... Open Close ncy. soji f i. m io 8 C. W. 11C ____ ____ Xo. 3 foed..H3K I'.C. W: 135 July 372V. 379- Oct. .1. ;175 379 -Cash Prices No. 2 C. ilSK Extra No. 1 feed Track c; w.'iQs Trick N'o. 1 M. W. C..................379 -No. '2 C. W. S75 N'o. 3 C. W. 372 Condemned. 2St Track......379 Xo.- 2 C. York Slocks NEW- YORK, July 9. Casing sales: C.-P. R., US 7-S; U. S. Steel, 9-1 preferred, 1QS 1-2.> BOSTON MARKET i'. The Commercial IhilliUin tomorrow will say: in: Ihe-.wboJ market tills week has'- beetftvery deEultorKt'wiih prices -showing leiidency. The reports ffonTlho west indicate no settled policy of doing-business either on the part of growers or sellers, somo reported, and an outriglil buying.-'1 "The inHrhetl' for goods is Hat, as -'livlgbt-'be from..the closing ortlie mills." WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK U ISM! EG Juh 1 (Domimon hraijch) Recetitts 0 cattle 0 1 ogs bO siirep Cjood iuulif> butcner cattle wern und were bidding gener llh Co -non to medium Blades found little demand ind nrli.es appear to he n slude weaker Sheep i id lamhs remain dull fen Ifgfii siieep heilig secured from to ?9 jO Hogs at' At the held by the nurses of the (Jait Hospital, on Tuesuay, Ihft- following address was given by Dr. Galbrailh In past years U has been my good fortune to attcnij .several of" the graduation exercises of this hospjtal mi 1 have to ailmlt that the thouglil coinc _ji9 tbilt some day Ihe opporlunllv Your art f "The slory was written ami d. must be capable of'action often with-) b-v Lieutenant out consideration. in the lively The audience'' sees the of the I'. S. mail service, at night, Ib'e aeroplanes out- lined aud Ihe exhaust .from the" eufiiuos leaving comelliko. 1 trails la tbe skjr. One gets a glimpse of strange vistas ot cities, rivers.' woods 'ami mountains as Ihe daring riders pilot their craft on transcontl- ueaUl flights. ;y "The slory was written and directed j t Lock- 11 _.. I And -BO ,.to ._.. might have .-the honor .and duty of speaking to-the class; which hadiJust cbihplelcd lls'cOurEe.-' ii11 I jniay even have wondered about'tho'lhings that ought lo be said. bojrqver.'rlu (ho presence of (t seems more truly a privl- le'ecljuit. forgotten all those things .about whlc': j ,'iad meditated. -tear with J. me while I present'to Ihete young ladles Iho "the .stimulus of a short'announcement have produced. .Members Graduating Class: The'.profession of .which-you have now become a pne.whlcilr.wa> born "of a gre'at iieed'in'-i greatiw'ar and-its" early1 triumphs .under. mostVadverse' coiiditions. 'It had h.bwever, the'lnestimable boon of a 'great personality Jn ;its leadership and Its existences has been, justified In all the crisis of the world's hislory sinco that time, and in no crisis has it proven so .worthy as in the oue jusi It is only uecessarv to refer to-Edith. Cavell- and. .the staff a I 'Staples to murk the high liglils, .but we all are aware that without doubt, lhouE.ahds.bf instances'.could: bo'Cited where h'eroisni aiid devotion of a' very order ,niarKed; eS tcrdaj goin0 it i for tar in the coal iron BAY a quahtj of fhej QUbULC July S G Ficlie chief importance but lUitch -vou-, of the torestrj department has just DEALS ALAND ISLANDS CASE July council Ihe fLagne of Nations met private, session In SI Ju PalarS wiln Hidlmir lirnillng' tho Swertlsh preiniet and M r tnckel 'nnnisler in Pans presenled tlie tjlciuns their countries with refer fultirb of Hie Aland Isl- flndfi The iliscuaaion u is brought up l.orl tlo 1; tn n o on belnli of Ihe lintiih .who stepped in when .the Swedeii .and Fin Hnd llireaicned to ere lie LOinpilci Tbc'Issiio is whether the Aland Island's, lying.at Ihe entrance of the .Gulf of; Uulli'.nlu: shciuld continue lo be- f long 'to, Klnianil, or the solf-tleter- Jiiiijatioji-. principle, puss to Kweflcn. TlicI' connqVs cotioliisions and recom- Tilhlldalions lie announced at :i ambllc liiccling probably tomorrow. CONTINUE YACHT CLUB RACES DpNy July Ixml Dewar, for the America's, cup (uade'llie Inlcrcsllng revelatfdn Upton lia's inaclc iiro: Vrsioh-iii his'will for the struggle for fhg'cup. Ui'ljc roiillnncd if.hc did not .succeed in'restorlng (lie Irophy to Kug- PtJBUIC Hf ALTH IS :j TALK OF NURSES ,iuiy lirorntngXiScssion of the National As- sociation .of Nurses was lievotod to the Papers' P." Hrcezou-inil Miss Beth Mayor A'.1 If.- Licnlils, at-.-i lurichebn lenddred by-llto'city, cxicnilcd the'wcl- ramc of-ths clly.to aflcrnboli papui-s will bo ilellv :bjv'Ur. Ui'-B.: Medical for-Fort William .and Jliss MiicKay of the pravlncfa! iilaiil. p'lNE WHEAT SAMPLE MQOSK JAW. July of the of wheat seen In the city this year was brought In this .morning hy W. P. Macllean. The Rumple1 is from the Rogers farm..north- west of Kxpanfin nml is SR fiii-bos in liclghl and full in the head. Mr. flog- ura has 100 acres of .wheat. NEWPAPER MILL PORT ARTItun, July 3. A. Little announced today that a .now company, the Nlplgon Fibre and I'aper Mills, -.Untiled, would lor-ate a lorty-ton a.ilsy, puln'mlll one mila of tlie vlllago and ciistern capllal Henil of tlio company..'are In Port iilliur. received information from ilndians liv ing along the upper SLiNlaui-ice river. near the Hudson's .Ray; that sarllj meSn ecceutricit> either in conduct or doctrine The wir disturbed set form1: in btisi ness politics am! religion mil m ich more though) ini! ac tion result In mirsinp as in new methods ire being iried out-anil niah'y-'old ones will he displaced but i position Is ill Ihe middle road an cdUt, ilor'iSon are forlunatc Iri (hat vour profession "imiilatos Hie medical in Hie range of. its points ofj Contact wllli :iife. Yon must be scientific and "try all wnelhtr. it he a mcilical on romniPnliiig on LocWear's 'scnsa- surgical method of work in -The Hob- we class under the term hjricnel wlmb wilt il n n r M or n ouestior of food ind its correct cfiml Ihealre for thretf dajs Stirling an aviator, is surrounded by i com- pany which includes Billing- ton, Allan Forrest. Kay Ripley and Carmen Phillips." This will one arid only appearance in Lelhljriiigo, and local theatregoers are advised to attend as early on Monday evening, as large crowdV are eipected. special vaudevjlle matinee will bu oil Saturday afternoon, al which a special show of "Cinderella" will be given forllie youngsters. WOMAN PITS HER STRENGTH AGAINST UNMERCIFUL I ENEMIES AND WINsl Emmy AVehlen, the golden-haired, browu-eycd star. Is scintillating at the Phoenix theatre today aad tomorrow In a new Fathe release, "Lifting Sha- dows." Adapted Ferret, the pro- ducer and director, from Henr! Ar- dcl's "Lififng Shadows" is a high powered draina of romance andi intrigue, 'it Is a talo in which one! ivomai pits her wits and will power against a. powerful, .unmerciful enemy anil fights gloriously to the eud. when the shadows' that threatened to over- whelm her are at last lifted. "An cast surrounds Miss len. Stuart Holmes, the screen vil- lain without a rival, is the depraved husband; Standing, the, play fan. Is a regal countess. Th most popular of leadjng men. Is thei other members cast have bee lawyer and sweetheart, and chosen for their suilability for .thei' Swsjnotjordon. known to every pholo-j respective roles. Marshall Xeilan's firsl independent effort, as a producer. "The River's; opened last night at tlie press to capftfU" houses. It will lie I shown again tonight and tomorrow. The story hy James j Oliver by First! National Eihibitors' Circuit and ii> eludes such-.well known stars as- Lewis Stone, Marjdrio Daw and Jane N'ovak in.the-casL. The action of..- the play rerplves around an.outlaw, his impersonation I of the .captured him and died, and his. struggle to find peace' ana happiness River's End." An extraordinary love interest is .woyen into the play by Ihe. mutual utlraction, of the masijneratler and the sister of the man whose came he! has assumed. Lewis Stone is seen in Ihe leading role of John Keith', wanted for mur- der at Reglua. Sask. Capital com- edy, "Some Man." i VAUDEVILLE, FEATURE PIC. TURES, AND COUNTRY STORE I AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT The greatest week end show ever! "fiered at the Colonial theatre will! he offered there" tod imt Saturday.! with the appearance) is i speciil add-! eel attraction of the Ho Hayiev Vau-l doiille companv in (heir clever trav-' esb CInderelld-Up lo Dale Incluil- en in the compan) are Florence Hart- lev a musical f-ivonto. ami Waller Morns i 'comedian Bright, snappi simnn? tsomc' clever7 mstrii- menldl numbers Uriau anil savings bri-htdn npjhe aci. and make it a pleasing offering Ma i MacLaren 'the popular slar will lie seen in her Idlest dramatic sue- i es of prizes will be gnen away. The first prize mil he i ladies haiiil bag and purst md HIE second beau- tifil silver hultei dish Vs a special treal for the kiddies, a PIE NIK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HFTIN6 SBAPOWS" AWONDIER-PICTURE. of timely and dramatic interest A Poignant soul-gripping fea- ture which wifl sway every man and every woman wllh -Its powerful human appeal. A' thunderbolt unrivalled in beauty and lavish dispfay, An attraction which no lover of the best in pictures can afford to misc. -V MACK SENNEYT COMEDY "HfS LASTL FALSE STEP" COLONIAL Tonight-Country Store Right TONIGHT AND SATURDAY (.HARTLEY VAUDEVILLE COMPANY 'N A BR1GHT. BREEZY, VARIETY OFFERING SNAPPY, SONGS, CLEAN COMEDY, FINE COSTUMES, CLEVER INSTRUMENTAL NUMBERS f MARY MACLAREN in her big super feature "THE ROAD TO DIVORCE" "BOUND and GAGGED" 'A CHAMPION LOSER" Comedy Riot Usual prices for thjs great SScr-Kiddles 10c Special Kiddies' "CINDERELLA" Matinee Saturday. .10 cents A Treat at the Empress TODAY AND TOMORROW especially good and you won't bt disappointed Tn Neman's first frcw his own studio Marshall Neilan fff touts TheRiversEnd Jaihe? Oliver Curwood Anouotce of Cod J Cocatry THE GREATEST.STORY OF GOD'S COUNTRY EVER FILM- ED OR SCREENED, BY OLI- VER CURWOOD. COME A-RUNNIN TWO DAYS MORE. IF YOU MISS IT YOU'LLi BE SORE. CAPITAL COMEDY "SOME MAN" AND EMPRESS ORCHESTRA Matinees, Adults 40b; Children 5c f EOc; Children 15c Engagement Extraordinary! LOCKLEAR earner iircn accompllslicil CALGARY ,SAYS POSIT-; IVELY1 WONDER- FUL DAYS STARTING AT THE COUOhinL MONDAY ;