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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920 THE LKIHBRIDGE DAILY 'HERALD PAGE ELEVEN VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, July the de- mand for cash oats unchanged frois Saturday, spreads were unchanged to I two cents lower.f The offerings con- tinued light. No. 4 grade barley was in fair demand; unchanged spreads and light offerings. The othe.r grades wanted.; Cash .and rye and featureless. Oats closed 1 cent lower for July; ,v l-4c down for Oclober and 1 3-8 cents lower for, December; barley closed Ic down for July cents lowqr for. October; flax 1 'cent'lower for July and for Oclober. Quotations: 'Open. Close. July 110 October 92% S5% 145 July 390 3851 3S13J C.W...US .No. 3 C.W.ilC Kiira-No, 1 feed No..i fecd.'.llS No. 2 Track BARLEY--. No. 3C.W.. .170 No. 4 C.W.. .140 Rejected .and feed..........-.. 135 Track No. 1 X. ''W. C. Nn. 2 No. 3 C.W..'.33551 Condemned ----.300} _ July H7vL October 5' 2 0. W. ___.'.............215 London Money ...Bar stiver 53 ppld 104? 3d; money .31-4 per Discount rates, short bills, 0 1-S to fl'i-4 pe'r' cent; three months' bills C 5-S lo (i 11-1G per cent. Bar Silver. >CRW. YORK. JulyN "silver, doineslic. M. 1-2; foreign 32 7-8. Winnipeg Livestock July BrancbJ-'Rccelpts over the week-end 430 and G5 .ding" today -was In line. for most ;elassos and grades of cattle with prev- ious close. Bosl Imiulier steers Jll.OO to lo good lo choice female butchers ?3.5P to fair tOjgood S7 to 58.-' Bulk choice veal calves ?12 RS. J. Mi CRAIG, of geles, Calif., who says no br.e can feehmore grateful for what: i Tanlac.has'done than she does. De- 'claru EhV'r h'as" health "is_ now bet- ter than In years. good 55 to }10; feeder steers, fair to good, J6.50 to 5S.W; stocker steels and heifers, 55.50 to' JS.'SO. Sheep and lambs quiet, good light sheep ranging from to J9.50. Hog market steady at ?18.50 for sel- ects. Catgary Livestock CALCAKY, July 65 cattle, .10 oi which were on through billing, unloaded at the stockyards to- day. A few light calves made J13 a cwt. and some light beef steers to 59.50. New York Stocks NEW YORK, July 12. rales: 0. IV V'3 1-4; U. S. Steel, K i-Sj U. S. Steel preferred, 10S. With Harold Tilus' beautiful story produced by William For as u photoplay, and lo be shown it the Phoenix theatre, possesses a larger share of. intelligence than many huuioa beings. William Russell, the star, says ho believes Abe understaiids nearly every word spoken to him. When Ann Lytton, played by Helen Ferguson, says, "Go and your mas- Abe throws'up his head, sniffs the wind, goes galloping across the plains to the ranch house, pushes the nauut of his master until he finds'him at tho holeK "Tell Abe what you want him to do, and he does it without having lo be put through the usual course of train- 'ng. He knows when ho Is being and' he puts more'In- lelllgencc Inlo his acting than some so-called leading men :his said Mr. Russell as he lovingly patted his favorite. This is a horse-well worth he play well worth Request 66es to City Councils Motor Arehicje'Bj'law Amended At the 'regular Monday meeting ot the city council an amendment was made to the Molor. .Vehicle bylaw, bringing it to the same fooling as Ihe provincial statute. .-By the ment, molor'cars and other vehicles are allowed'-to' proceed past a stand- ing street can-as-" soon as" the passen- gers are on and off.without waiting, as heretofore, fpr-the'car to proceed. An Gov- ernment; as raising allotted for 52G to ?30, referjreS (o.Hhe'cUy 'sojicitbr for "agreement..: 'By local German field 'Ihe clty-bc placed on tho'. g'f punds Veterans' Cliib'A The -veterans wei'e Inslrucledithai application should he made lo the cominittee-which will he formed, for deciding the special locali- ties in'the city wehere th'o guns are to be placed." The AssociatiofrdfUhe city felt thalHheTdoctprs should be charged for floor space oft the same basis as. >lhe lawyers, and-'a communication In 'regard to this was received from Dr. Wray, scer'elary'ipf the Association..In reply to the same the council pointed out that the cily the power to diiTereutlale 'between one- profession and another as to'the rale per foot'charged for floor space. ...Further that the" rate for the year has-been fixed an'd the Court of Revision .on assessnients .with the. assessments cpnfirniefl for" the year." The council considered that It did not. have .the power to change the assessment for Ihe rear as.confirmed by the Court of Revision.. It was therefore rqsnlved that the letter ol tho Madlcal Association bo filed and no a'ctlon taken.- On the advice of tha city solicitor the employees ot the were ordered refunded the amount of tlie chack-olf, in the matter of nnion tec; noducled. This has fome as a res'ull of tlm union ccasiiig DATE iYHEN SEED RYE AVAILABLE IS NOT KNOWN AS YET "Of all the people, who have- taken Tanlac, 1 don't believe' there "is alvy- onc 'Vj'ho feels any more grateful lo it than 1 the slalement made recently by Mrs. ,1, 31. L'ralg, of East'Fortieth slrect, Ixis Angeles. "Llko so'inany other fani'lles dur- cpidoniic last, year we all had It, antl my own llrticss, to- Eclhcr with the worry over the rest of pur family, .brought on a case of genuine nervous, prostration, "I was so weak I couldn't even sweep the floor, And'during the1 day I would have to lib down four or five times. I tried to walk but fouild out linlf'a. block was nil I could sland be- fore I gfcve out. Nervous spells came on. mo'oflen. "Kicfy medicine I tried failed (o rcaeli -my case until finally my hus- band urged me to try Tnnlac, and 1 am Indeed Ihankful' Iliat ho did, for it proved to'-bc just 'what I newlod. "Tho'flriit .two hottles didn't seem to help me. I guess that was because 1 was'extremely had off, hut on tho third bottle f could loll 1 lug and Hint gave mo more hopes than ever, "My improvement on TBS rapid aiid.by the time I liad': lahcn five .boltlw TVinlirc 1 ,wna and stronger I had been in years, I was" steeping 'soundly at 'night-and had gained twoiyo pounds in weight, "That was'Veversi months'ngo and from then until now 1 have been In good heallh as: f ever was In my lite and hnve been doing all the house- work by myself. 'Ul 1s simply remarkable hoji- lac built, me up and, (old evetjono of my friends and relallvea womlcrfiil irialiclne it Tlnliwis solil Inipltk up cmliTi'g Tantoc la by .lolin Hlglnbolhain fi Co.; In Coal- h.urfit Stationery Iti .Warner by Mrs..M. Dcf No word has heenrreceived.'by" Ihe provincial depaitiuent of agriculture as to when dislribution of-winter rvo seed will The outlined in tho follow ing letter 'roirt U. A. Crate, deputy minister culture, to G- R Atarnoch "With respect to -winter., rye ;seed, the Dominion Mr. A. E. Wilson, of.Reglna, has advisee us thai -he.wREi seed. 1 liavo iirged'hoth Mr, Wilson and Mr Clark, Seed Commissioners, to get this seed here at the earliest possible date. Wo have had no advice yet as to when It will" bo 'dis- tribution." French President Not In Good Health, May Have jTp Name 'Vice-President PAIIJ9. July Tho stnte of Pres Went Dcschanel's health has revived liilk In the parliamentary lobbies of the necessity of taking meas'ures to meet Ihe possibility of a prolonged Inability of Ihe president, through ill- ness, to discharge Iho duties of his onic.e. Immediately, after the accident which hofeli the president recently It was proposed lo create the office o( vicc-presidenl, which does' not exist under Iho conatltution, but it was abandoned, as President Deschanel's period of convalescence then seemed likely lo be'short.: This hope has not been If an ad .interim were (vntritsted It would nidetlng of the na- tional assembly'ln jolht session In -tho senate chamber at Versailles, Just as It President resigned. POSTMASTERS MEET IN 'PEG ON TUESDAY WlNXiPKO. Man., July The oil- nual Convention of the Canadian Post- masters' Association will IK> opened here loraorrow in the Royal Alexan dra holelTand will continue until U'Ml HORSE SENSE ENOUGH TO BE A REAL ACTOR Abe, the masjnlllconl slnlllon that plays such an Imporlnnl role In "Shod Answering the ages-old tho sobrlcly of which has dumped philoso- phers and followers of Into a tlmld.sclence, D. creator of "The Birth of a llntqler- ance" and olhcY .film sensations, will present his Intest Great- est Question." at the Emprcss'.theatre commencing Griffith's presentation of his latest spectacle nt the Empress theatre will mark the linking of tho world's most famous cinema producer with the First Exhibitors' Circuit which has contracted tor the distribu- tion of a number of special attractions by D. W. Griffith As the basic theme for his triumphal offering; Griffith has selected probably life niost powerful theme Ihe human mini! cqiiid suggest In a Mgorous mat mav he takes up Ihe ques tion ot the there is a divine Proiidence that answers mothers' prayers, and whether good people.'g'et .their rewards and whether a merited punishment overtakes the Evil. Today and tomorrow, Robert War wick will be seen in "Thou the Man." "We recommend it. Great Air At (frkmal Tonight Playgoers who believe that the limit has been In photoplay realism are. due for an awakening when they witness "The Great Air the wonderful.Universal feature starring Lieutenant 0. L. Locklear, who changes from piano to plaue In mid- air which will be shown at the Colon- ial theatre Tuesday and Wed- nesday. The., story of "Tho Great Air Rob- Is not only up-lo-tha minute, but a few years In advance; for It con- cerns Larry Cassliiy, crack pilot of the American transcontinental mall ser- vice, and. his fearless, dare-devil feats .iu bringing to. an end the exploit's of a band of air, pirates and winning the loves. The o! the air by men and women of iron nerve and histrionic skill has made possible the of this thrilling narrative which, wllle It has yet had no parallel In real lite. Is quite within the scope of modem achievement. WalHe .Mason, 'a young aviator in Ihe U. S. Mall service, and a friend of Larry Cassldy, becomes enmeshed In Ihe schemes of the air pirates, through his attempt to secure his Croii de Guerre, which he has sent to his sweetheart, but which falls in the hands of the leader of the Black Squadron.- Larry Cassldy goes to save his friend from his own lolly and also lo protect the regUtered mall. A U. S. deputy marshal also In the'aviation branch of the service. Is on the track ot Ihe-aerlAl marauders, and In the three-cornered encounter which en- sues, some of the- most thrilling a.tr scenes conceivable have been filmed. As.Ide from Its amazing scenes test in 'mid-air, "The'Creat Air Robbery" tells a dramatic fctorv with a punch In every scene. The story was written and directed by Jacques Jac- 1 assistlug Lieut. Locklear' are a IJilliugton, Allan Forrest Ray .Ripley, Carmeu Phillips and sev- eral other screen favorites. Showing at the Phoenix tonight and tomorrow EVEN' GHOSTS WILL, LAUGfc AT HAROLD LLOYD IN "HAUNTED SPOOKS- tha dead live! Is a question that occupying the mlnOs cf some of claim Is tha funniest thing, bar noth- ing, that this inimitable comedian, with his hornrimmed spectacles, has ei-er done. This two-reel comedy, produced by Hal E. Roach for contains a teal story In which a girl falls leir to an estate, provided she lives In it a year. Otherwise It goes to her uncle. On the subject ot the "Haunt- ed Spooks" In that house, mule could not stand a rigid cross-examination! is w exam.nat.on: reseat ,L even such psychical research- research the eyes of the world as sir Oliver and Sir Ar- turne.d, and it is finding a place In religion and in science Harold Lloyd, realizing the public Interest In the subject of communica- tion with the socallcd dead, 'seized this psychological moment in which to present one of his inimitable com- edies In which ghosts and spirits fig- ure conspicuously and caprkouslv. "Haunted Spooks" Is the title given what .those who have seen the picture thus Conan Doylo themselves could be offended at anything rotating to spirits or ghosts in "Haunted and as for tho rest of the know they're getting genuine laughter treat. Harold Lloyd will outlodge In "Haunted pith .Mildred Davis as his leading lady, which.will be shown at tho Phoenix Theatre on Tuesday. E-M-P-R-E-S-S Starting Wed. 3 jays' _ i fTKE W. PRESENTS r 7 "THE GREATEST A Potciitlal Play-of Today___ Wherein Love, Myslery. Thrills and Humor fiirui Hie story- thread that is woven into ti fab- ric of 'truth that thumps nnd, noni'Is at evciy hu- man A First National Attraction NOW PLAYiG MATINEE DAILY AT 2.30. NIGHTS AT 7 AND 9. ADULTS 60c. CHILDREN 10e, ..f. CARL LAEMMLE ROBBE HE man, who Dtith for him thousand be- low-thst's LcckleMI Ride with him on in atroplane Fight timiMlemwith him In the cloud binks! Be from iiim when, i mile in.the tu; he climbs from unt.pUBeito the he .lores .the.clutches of MtKht of the nbtll long it like titejtfilieg the. wW 'Now Watch for the Grand Free Flying Exhibition Over the Colonial TONIGHT at 7 o'clock f" Try TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ROBERT WARWICK IN ART THE MAN" A smashing tale of tha diamond fields of Africa. A: great pic- ture with a great cnsL unusual scenes, aciiou. 1'alseley accused of. sinugglne gems, he went lo prison to shield Ihe girl he loved. But .when ho came out and found that the guilty had poisoned her mind x .ALSO A ROLICKING'Z REEL FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY. PHOENI MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILLIAM RUS5EU-- DIRECTION WlUUAM "FOX William Russell 'Shod With Fire" ALSO HAROLD LLOYD IN HAUNTED SPOOKS .and ELMO THE FEARLESS AND PHOENIX ORCHESTRA ;