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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, 'JULY 15, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAUE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS SHARP AT W1NNIPBQ. July cash 'grain situation shows a slight jnenl, with a beltefTnquiry for odd. i cars of all grades at cent WJlneES in Sensational Trial in sentallon of locals. Barley was in good demand for ,N'o. SI and fair for other grades. No. 'I U .W. j Make i and flax were in good demand to-j da) Oats. closed 114 cents higher lor December; .barley 5 1 s', n I gh JT f or centsjjp for October and 2 ceuls.for December; f iai 2 cents low- er July and cents clown for October; Quotations July July Jvo 2 C 1 fc-d 1 111 iW 3 C W 173 Dcjccteil and fceil iTnick 1 N I No C Cash Prices UC Nu MCTORK B C IS -The iase of Orlfflth R Hughes charged with embezzlement on four from Spencer Limited occupied Ihe attention of Magistrate Jay lu'the pil> police court loda> and continu Open Clone ing -jv B Montellh iha-iered ic- touutant id charge of Ihe Spen fer tftetntTfitt tfco firm SS-s S4 3'lexers and bankbooks and tebtlned as the alleged datamations Mr Monhith tSate-1 that Mr Hughes had intlmate-l-hls debtie to make resti 12S iMon a- t Mr Monfcith.lsan! that he and Mr VcGeer met Hughes In oihce Mr MonteitU neat At that he turned of tjje Time-, ind the deed firm at Cobble Hill iifd other securities On Juue had mother conver satlon He'said he, had been thinking over the natter vcn carefully and a far as lie could the imoun 2 foci ll'Vi IOC'S ,133' 63' Out of a total of 150 U. P. A. locals in the constituency t was reported, CO have paid political dues, Imt only 35 of these arc repre- sented at the convention, according to the report ot liny W. Johnson, sccret- 6t tho convention; a theme that philosophers autl follow- of the study of Occultism hare HuiJd about touching. His play answers "the in a manner sweotly simple and yet so profound that roust remain as one of the most striking pronouncc-iuents inade upon this problem of liie ages. Coming Monday, Constance- Talmaiige in "Two Weeks." ANffBLES, July sharp e-irthquuike si.cek was felt hero at this morn- 4 I FREAK STORW UP SEATTLE TRAINS jS. Street cars wero-stopped, houses and streets were darkened motion -picture .theatres werj polled to close and tho city -to a -dozen other' in- conveniences as the result of a freak- ish electrical storm that struck Se- ll at about 10 o clock ulght. Por nearU Hal' an hour tvery. car lino in th" lity, including the Everett and Tacoma inleruftan tieil upl aid eiery street lamp In iho cily was Everyday With Their Hopes, Griefs and Reverses Are Best Sujied to Drama That WlMalle Folks, Think (1 C as I1C COUlu arrrvu vuc t. j s He asVed me to submit' Compaii) uelliercd tho eggs at the ad ropositioiAo Mr Chris Spencer tbo st tmife he cam" over tie put It down on i piece ot paper" On lime '9 there another con p Track .363 Jn which Mr Hughes told him the Ufore he bid been con tempi WEE smUde and had written tbiee to Mrs HnghcE one to Miss Hugl f and one to Chris Spencer Later that night after >vnt ing these letter-, and before shooting himself ho bad been reading Mrs s hook in-1 then haf cnangca nil m'nd. The lette'r to rhns -Spencer be dpstrovL-1 but (he .alters to Mrs and Miss Hughes viere sent 'No.- 30. 1 Chibago Gram July Extraordinary in wheat mar Vet and prices iiado a steep descent The -delivery of December, in which most ot trading ceilered Qkiif-10 cjuts a fefofe shcr'-.ingjinPns JTIiere a Jnolabife lack of isbjCcathjr r'eporls-fr-nn lap jiorlh il> explained in some degree the ac tlon of market A the 3 selling was, said lbt.be feared and hated'him. Tha husband i and Tuesday thought Trevor her lover and ___ i SPECIAL SATURDAY" NIGHT" marrfase.j SHOW AT COLONIAl ened to kill him. Enid's filth forbidding death was the only Ihjug that could i Tealnred on the entirely new show free her, but Trevor realized that if j for Saturday night at tho fool Colon he killed Solar! there would be a bar-; ial theatre will be the great sii tea rier of Wood between them prcveut-i lure production "Seeing It lug happiness. But, In a mysterious'In which Zasu Pitts Is starred, manner. Solar! met a tragic With a beautiful balkgnAmd of Cal and therein lies part of tho fasclnai-1 Ifornta's flnest scenery, Kasu Pitts, ing plot of "The Blood 1 who was recently seen In Tun1 The cast In support ot Miss B ream' In tha "The Third Generation.' er and Mr. Gordon Includes William R. as tho jealous Louis Dean and Margaret Barry as internat- ional spies, and Eddy Dunn and Gns Alexander iu iaiporlaat parts. (Dy D. W. 1 When "The Creatust my initial attraction for the Hrst Nation- al Exhibitors'; Circuit is Been at the Empress theatre; today and tomorrow, something wblch I feel-has not'before been brought to UID public iu the way of entertainBwut be offered. SMOfiGON OCCUPIED. M'Ari'SAW, July llolsne' have occupied Smorgon southeast Yilna and are advancirg sodth and west'to occupy Osmiana, says a com- issued bv arnu headijuar- ters 'odav The battle is still continu- entertainn'A'ut will be ofier II" will be a' nBtter of iut erest to mo. how. many individuals in ,vii; the ,audiences .which see this picture with'riie'as to "the great- the case igainst F H Hughes called Magistral la> Fd> A McLean counsel for Mr Hughes italed lhal h s cllenl wanled be jurv To.simplifv mailers he offered to tale all charges together I and City rrcsocutor'.Harrlspn said that ........_.. _. _ ___. eMilence on the other iteci- would be for Decembor unl then a reaction lo brought in on Ihe J2SOOO count _G I F R V, ilgrcss asslstint acconnlnnt In Ihe corn pit Ihere was actue sell of tbe Bank of British North America ing dlongjhe Osmiana rnei, the com- aintes The eneirs attack has been repuls- ed at seieral points, the comriiinitiue adds. The thief attacks are hems delivered incesssnlb south of IJubno." The accidental -litco-en at Papin- cauulle (Sue a dajs ago by the Canadian Eipre'ss authorities of a quantity cl opium which is consign- ed to Calgarv has furnished the -Cana- dian Mounted Police i ith avenue, by which qlianlilie's ot this drug have been making wav to Ihe west, during 'ho past few noiiths. For some time past, a Chinese restaurant keeper at Papmeamille has been in- Ihe habit of consign ng one. two or Ihree cases of eggs at a lime lo fellon celestial at Calgari which were shipped the Canadian Co: 5, the railwav 1__T the: parl Bf some commission Ihe fiiit vit produced .deposit houses that ivere conspicuous on the! slip-, on Ihe account of D Spencer Limiled sbovrlng Itemized deposits to licit side >'esterdai Demand lucking e-tcept from shorts i'ter op ruing 1 3 4 down lo 1 1 I advance m eluding September to 150 11 i market declined siiarplj but .later recovered most of Onto weakened wilh other grnirs i-eplemher opei ed I 4 oft lo 1 8 up at 20 to the credit of the firm. The deposit slips from Juue 12 were all pul in There 36 ofjthem during the time Cross bv Mr MacLean I he had'only the evidence _ Uarmers candidate 1m e had a meet ling and decided to protest the elec- tion o1" Joseph Haraelm in Ste. Hose mooted in tion to the doing awas -nlth the letter boxes in the post-office-which _ In Edmonton where tlie subject has lieen under discussion prevails Bus! ness men in the cily: stronglj- express i thej giln in tho pse 8 to if I 4 Inclined to 7o 3 S and of tbe sups ot paper passed on to him then turncil up gride Provisions were sleidy to firm in i with an ad-ance lr the ho, mart et bv otner clerl s a-> to the Iran'actlom, Mi s Oiive Marv Trice secrelarv Hughpi for Ihe last tnirteen te-ilified Ihit his business was .0 Mr veais I clnrleri NLW Bar Silver clmlered iccountant and pnbl'sher -iOKK H-B-ir silver sincp the_ Vktoria Times foreign 01 1 2, foreign 10 1 1 NtJl York Funds YOUK, July ex- firm Demand JIL'IO 14 rib vn-iiigu linn eman lea 1 Cinadlan 00 about three years'ago She testified thit Mr Hughes was accounlnnt to D Spencor slid she. assisted him "inso- far ar he asked me to 'Sometimes. add the Spen .ency Cii-adi Cir and Foundrj vsas -ibout tli" on1) slock lo show firmness a Bale.of one block showing an ad anc6 of 4 1 2 points at 60 Pr'aclically all pulp and paper stocks 'Bharcif in ilcbline. Span- ish Biver preferred dropper! a point nl 12b 1 Bromplon lost a fraclion Ahilibl vvfak at S3 after opening at S' Montreal Slocks ..MONTREAL, Jniv- locij exchange opened somcrhat on the dull morning and tlie tone W'fe ollihlly'welk-'vt'flJi A few I 'Trading was broader lhah usual In Iho'firsl Hrcvver- jes was firm in (he carlv and well hnt nagged a couple, of polnlK. The paper nlocks were gnj- in fnir wilh ig tendency Winnipeg LIvestocK WiNNIl'LO Jul) est In this day time when, tlie" griefs -of lliQusands of mothers have iidl yet healed from the lust of a War'Ood, assuredly thefo Is no.greater problem :ih lite public mind'tban thst bf Tie audience will- note that I did not treat'thejsubject from a compre- tiensive, viewpoint. It Was my .fond desire to brine the question before the Jn the form of c6h- I havo given the story.; its-setting on a farm. 1 only those -incidents thai could reasonably be-expected to happen. But raost-.of it-is the desire to reas- surs those with strong w'ill lead to success tbe picture has attained.. Tho. Empress management has de- cided to hold' this ..picture over for another, day owing to popular demand. "PA1_ O' MINE''-A" COMEDY WITH.MUSIC AT MAJESTIC ON SATURDAY'NIGHT witching comedy wilh music which has'been pleasing Canadian audiences for the past fourteen comes to T.elhbridge on Saturday' night, and will present its gale of laughter, music and songs, to-what is hoped be a packed house. Miss Sarah Gibney, who can be well remembered for her popularity in "Peg O' My Heart." will be seen in thii title role of "Pal: O' Mine" supported by William Springer and an. excellent cast. Special scenery, costumes and elec- trical effects -will-be a big feature'of the play. IS COMING TO THE COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY the world's greatest melodrama. Is coming back to the Colonial next Monday and Tuesday! on a wave of-populariiy never before equalled by any motion picture'spec- tacle. On it's first tour of Western all previous box oftice rec- ords were shattered, .and the won! conies that it's' present' welcome return engagenienls, everywhere big fier; crowds than ever before are- see- Ing tho picture., .Monday and Tuesday are the days set for the showings of "Checkers" at the Colonial.' A special matinee "at tho reduced prices oj ten cents will 'The Other and other notabli Srentwood successes, ..gives a mosi pleading performance" '.In new picture "Seeing it-Through." "Bound and Gagged." and a riolou: Century comedy "Dog Gone- Clever' will complete the bill for Saturdaj Night. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITEv AT CpLONIAL TONIQH1 'A sure antidote tor the hot vreatheT will be a visit tb the cool and comfort able Colonial theatre tonight, whet the Country Store Vbdvll Nile will b'Y sUged, It's' going to be. a real "sum mery" night's funj with ice cream. (01.. the kidqie.s, and a hundred fine prize! for the-! adults. And the show, jtsel! will be "to the merry" as well, fpi-" May Allison, the delightful; Metro stir will be seen in ''The a fine': feature production. Other ideal at- tractidns.V'au'd-the ColonlaVs populai Concert Orchestra .will ronn'd- oul'thY in. style. EMPRES3 TODA.V AND TOMORROW of the Sb-fai as the! Posl Office Department is concerned j uiter despair filled iff htart. it app-ars that it fajors the (liscon misery nf fhn o TirtvfiK t' J t tinua'tion.of the-private boxes o'n'thc score of tbat.thp proceeds from them in.the way of rentals'do not commensurate fur. the.extra work in- volved in the mail.which has to go'into, these receptacles; seemed her fate. Tn-.the.country- graveyard'-she had erected a little shrine- in memory of her boy-.who had been lost in the great blockade at sea. To WORKERS DISAGREE AND STRIKE RESULTS CHICAGO.'.luly on a new United States array ;gerie.ral hospital ;is halted-today .when the work- men struck toliowiag.'a iHsagreemcnt between the stniclural and the orni mental' iron workers' unions as to -which-should place frames. mothers havo for comforl But beliind her cheriahed hope a' faith there w ia i errtt question. rhlg'strange soul Question is central situation in the latest produc- tlon-.byD.W. Griffith, produced under his contract for for First'Natlonal which.will he seen to- day n'nd: tomorrow. The master daringly faces MURDER RAISES BLOOD-BARRIER BETWEEN LOVING HEARTS Sylvia Dreamer and .Robert Gordon are costarring at.the Phoenix Theatre today In "The Blood Bajrlcr." This J. Stuart Blacklon feature is an orig- inal story by Dr- Gs'rii.s Townsend Brady and tells a thrilling tale of in- trigue and romance. ONE NIGHT ONLY SAT. JULY WILLIAM SPRINGER OFFERS PAL0MINE A BEWITCHING AND BEAUTJFUL COMEDY THREE ACTS, TOLD _ MUSIC AND SONG A Oeilohtfully Bright Love Story ToW and Sung with a and Naturalness that is Charming. With MISS SARAH Gm LATE STAR OF "PEG'O1 MY HEART" AND A CAST NOT A MOVING PICTURE 75c, SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND -flAWORTH'8 Tiohert Trevor had loved Enid Solarl since childhooil, but she inaiTied an- 1 othoi and their ways pnrled unlilshe called to see him on business. He learned lhat--ber. madp Ihe dcplftit Asked by >lr. llarflson ns to .where she go I Ihs fiKiiros lo mnlte the Items she replied From Mr Hughe I fronTa slip of; paper he. gave I -wasn't in Spenctfr's ollice. She swore Hut she hdd never count the bills Hviflencft was also iJivcn bv H Montetlh.'-charlered acconnlant, who discovered the m Ihe Spencer firm jiceounl-J DUCAL MANSION FOR SALE ariil 115 shee.) Chon J13; fair lo good tc' -fern-lie biilchers -SiO Jo ifl" id, fceilei filr to good, ?7 to ind beifer-i lo 4G30, goad qmliU ?HOO, medium light sheep 4500 Hog market icnulrts finihifig-xi (it ?1S for telecIs? CALGARY LIVESTOCK, CAl-CAin Inly marVel ivas quiet .bat'firm at (lie slockyanls ttiilaV. .Prices-of beefhiddlniS; fairly veil wilh previous days. Iliirns and Hie llnion PAckinR company being on tho 'mar'k.el for .beet Tho' iStdcker Imdn is still milet IherB holn-r ftw inquiries tor..this class of ciltlc.- It la not'lilfoly' present prices -vill lioH -shOuM .Iflrge shipments be. made to the yafdn. Dutcher .steers a.-niimljer of inemborS v.'as. the cohiparatlvely, small rcprc LONDON MONEY July ".S-iCloss Stl per ounce, bar gfifd 100< lid. Money five per cerit.; discount rnles, shorN btlls 6 per conl.; threo 'is' Will 6', percent The Duke of Woatminafer's mansion, known as tlie most expensive In England, to Is for, sale. U cosls the Duke a year even when closed.' Several millionaires have declined to purchase the homo because ot ifTetjicnbe PnfEHII FRIDAY SATURDAY A Drama of a Jealous Husband and a Loving Wifer CLEAN, COOL, qOMFORTABLE COLONIAL FINEST L ORCHESTRA IN THE C1TV Gouijtry Store Vodvil Nite tonight Ice Cream Cones for the Dandy Prizes'for the Adults, s-Grcat Show for Everybody. ALLISON In "THE dellclously funny farce, and other fine attractions. V. SATURDAY ONLY and TUESDAY ENTIRE NEW SHOW Another Superb Six-Act Special Attraclion Swift Attibned Photoplay with Vivid Plot and High Point Cli- Tiixes that Opens the Inner Heart of Married Life and the Deetfs of Secret Who Work While Nations Sleep, FOX NEWS OOOP COMEDY PHOENIX ORCHESTRA AND A NOTABLE BRENtYWOD CAST You'H Ihoroughly enjoy ,lhla de- llgluful It's s'o good that you'll talk'about It tor weeks.. "BOUND Alao AND GAGGED" Also CLEVER" A hoivllnsly funny Ctnturj CoBicdy Special Mat. Sat for kiddles, So greatest' wdnq drama, in the world A FOX'SPECIAL. PRODUCTION ARE YOU AFRAID OF EMPRESS U. trtilfS- "The Greatest Question" SesK-i from the Colonial Monday and Tuesday- TODAY AND TOMORROW. featuring bcautlt-jl Lilian momentous drama-of Oie way of Dt'stfay with "Just as you And I. Other good plcturei and Brapretf Orchestra ;