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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 17, Itt LETHBRIDGE .DAILY HERALD PAUEFIVB July was a EOod demand thlft inonsing lor, all grades of web. oats on the-WinnlpSb market, with tae otiyriilgir very light; Spreads wore unchanged to demand tor. barley was good for grades, while practically, nothing being Taere wae a talc demand for all Shades oC flu and a [air Oats doseAUji bteher for July, lover for ami lower (of December. 2 cents high- for for October aiid 1 cent'higher 'for Lloeed unchanged tor July, aud VA Mots Quotations f r I (er wtlh September at 160 to ISO13-S and December 138 3-8 to 138 3-4. .There was rsther'a-nrui undertone In the oats market due to. buyimj by j o crumbs Ion houses. 1'ricea opened unchanged to !8u higher with Septem- ber at 76 7-8 to .77 1-8 and. December lo 75.1-3. Bar silver: NEW silver, domestic 93 foreign 89 3-8. New York Stocks NEW "VOIIK, sales: "C. V. It. 121; U. S. steel, 91 5-8; U. S. steel preferred 10S. i, Jnly pet Close j US Oct 138 Dec; Juiy Oct Cash Prices 1 0 117% C Kxtra 1 feed No I 'Nil ll'% No 2 feed 1 radT No. W. 175 So 4 C, W Rejected and Tccd Tracl No IS 0 No. 2 C. W: 359 No 3 C ConVnined. 2S4 -Track 363 354 Montreal Stocki MONTREAL; July was lio'session of the :Montreal Stppk Ex change today; the usual morning trad ['.being dispensed with. A petition ,s presented tp the of tbe ex change last Wednesday Asking that the exchange "losed toda> in of the backward condition of the in various brokerage bouses -s .The, trade has ibeen so heavy re- cejitb, that the staffs been en lo cope jvlth II.S.IIL' HERE R, Has to Incor- porate in Agreement Find- ing of Jlailway Labor Board U3 133 .13514 -r- 2 C 314 333' .213: WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Jill} Receipts i'i Declare if They Will Not Sign Pc.ice Mav Eject From Europe IX5NDON July allies r nrranged to dellicr repl) w taVes the -torm ot an nltimatum, to the Turkisli peace delegation in Paris tills afternoon The Turks aife inform ed tnat the) must signify their uili ingneb1! lo sign peace treats with oiWlo 70 hogs anJ 40 sheep' Choice, m 10 Qa5s failing uhlch the allied butcher steen 00 to 00 snedi powers will lake such actiori as the> Elocker slerrs and heifers 1 ma> consider necessarj in the clrcum nffsiPto 5S50 generally firm. Hog.mackel remained firm at ?1S aO for seiecls The" allied, reply. Is couched In- the hlvago Grain Julv If THe wheat weak and declined Fhaiplv on selling houses foubd the support Inn Ited "Lack of 'speculative trade keenly felt and connln offerings to arrive In the' t r6niained and foi all Opening prices ranged from bluntest language and says 'if the Tu'rklsh'governnieut refuses to sign the niore if it finds itself unablo to re-establish its author III in Anatolia or give effect to the treaw.- the in accordance wit] the terms .'qf the treaty, may be 'driven to reconsider tblsV arrangement ejecting Turks ilroin. Europe once 1 tofl cents jfter vhich the market droiipcd oif about sixteenth opened 1 to 2 centn 2CO to 261 1-2 declined to JsS Coninmsion house? broirgbt early but-on the bulge some buyers turned'their attention to the selling side and prices .dropped 'more BR TI8H JACKIES THE STARS AND STRIPES WASHINGTON, July pfflcials at Bermuda Jiavo espresseij regret.for the Insult'bilered the Amer lean Mag by British sailors Juij> 4 thfe alAe dcparimenl advised to day in a. consular report from Ber mnda The sailors participated In the trampling upon ot the flag have "AMERICA WINS RIGHT TO PLAY FOR DAVIS CUP WIMBLEDON; July to- day won the right to challenge Australasia for. tbe Davis cup, the international lawn tennis trophy. Johnston and Tildeu. the American _pair, defeated Parke o[ Great Britain In the doubles match, giving the Americans three straight a. victory ID the ..competition with the British Davlj'cuii team. basis ot s thrilling photoplay of the Peggy Hyland, the William Fox is the heroine of "Miss Adven- which tells everything that hap- pened, to the little, girl la the beg, This picture may. at the Phoenix theatre 31 onday and Tuesday. NORMA TALMADCE COMING IN LATEST SUCCESS COLONIAL NEXT WED. V CINCINNATI, July Although he rajlnud labor beard that bits at Chicago has-iio' legal jurisdiction over 3auada, decision on the wage ques ion will in fact be operative in the Ipmlnlon, Among the vice-presidents ttendlng tlio coufeience In CmcUL nail of.tile grand officers of the Broth- rhood of Railway CIcrkB is A. C..Hay< if .Winnipeg, who.states 'The .Canadian. .Pacific .Railway, both the western-iind, eastern lines, lave agreed to tncorporattou in an agreement of. the road'with our broth- erhood, the finding of the railroad abor board. ir. Hay also announced that. H. L Fitzgerald, grand president, would conduct a first-hand investigation into abor conditions in Canada. 'HOTO DRAMA OF CREATION SUNDAY, JULY DAY OF GREAT BIBLE-QRAMA For-years past teachers and educa tioiialists have'recognized the value and advantages of the motion pictures a means of educational' advance meut and destruction. Actuated.with the desire to stimu late independent iioh-scctaiiou bible study.. The International Bible Stu dents Association of London, Knglani and bad -prepared the Fnoio Drama OL study" and 'work jo: years, coupled with.much effort and 'Plane Gets Away on new York to Alaska Trig, SCRANTOtf, Pa July Un" able 1o leave yesterday as planned, Captalti St. Claire Stre-t, commanding officer of the trans- continental expedition Mlneola. Long Island, to Nome Alaska, and his, mechanician, Sergeant Ed mor9 Henriques, got away this. mo'rhlnj from.Elmhurst, Pa., near Captain Street expected to 'frlake a non-stop flight to Erie, Pa. where 'the'' other three planes .of .the-expedjtlon' landed Tue'sday. U S OLYMPIC TRIALS CAMliillDGB.'Ju y The Har- vard stadium crucible of compe- tition the country's athletic. speed strength were tried out to -Jetermine '.who should repre- sent the United State" at Ilia Olympiad. Incidental to the Olympic trials the National A. A. U. champion. ships for -IMOrwere at stake. "The Way' of a adapted from Eugene Walter's fawous. stage play, "Nancy Is the title of Nor- ma Talmadge's latest Select picture, in which she Isi again presented ,by Joseph M.- Scheock. It comes to the Colonial'theatre starting next Wed- nesday.'when'local motion picture'aud- iences will-be thrilled and moved as of yore byrNornia Talmadge's superb acting ir< another of her .masterful tales ot metropolitan life. "CHECKERS" COMES TO COL- ONIAL MONDAY AND TUESOAt Riding the crest of a wave of popu- larity, the world's greatest .racing rnptodrarua "Checkers" wilt be the premier attraction at the Colonial theatre on Monday, and Tuesday. "Checkers" is one of the greatest of the great. motion picture spectacles, it's hundreds of scenes (airly bristle with realism and action. Action !s it'a keynote, and never for it moment does the Interest lag. never does the excitement and suspense relax until the favorite, race horse comes under the wire the winner 01 tie big race around which the story Islald. Advance- reports promise z. picture of great pretension, superbly execnt- ed. Richard SI an ton directed the work.' As a stage play "Checkers" was a classic., There .are many big spec- N Y FUND NEW ex change S' 87 S cab les 53-SS 1-S. Canadian dollars SS.OO. than a ceril. from the top. The trade been heavily fined'-and sentenced to was-'of fair proportions with opening! terms ot-imprisonmenti the'message prices ranging from 3-S to 1 1-Sc high-1 added HAVE YOU SEEN BE? CREATION Parts Nos, 3 and 4, Sunday at 3 p.m. and 8.p.m. 'Christ baforo ills the Mnnger to in Photo Drama. PART TIII115H of the.drama, net only portrays the Bible rec: ord from Ihtf days of Cyrus" onward lo Calvary, but'iilsp unfolds the wonderful prophecies of Daniel, Rzek'el and our Lord Jeaua. These prophecies mark witti unerring accuracy the eventful year 1914 aa.the commencement of the great time of Iron bio and also final glorious outcome. r Tho beautiful films of Hie Life of Christ from Ihe'manger to Calvnry dciplct wllh ;i beauty hid realistic rdverence and vivldity theao scenes ot such vital Import'lo mankind, causing them to be again in the memory of the enraptured audience. Jinny eyes are filled with tears and many hearts heal .with reverence and adoration for the Lamb, of Calvary as (hose settles agalii bring be- fore us the great sacrifice of.lhi; world's Iledeemer. Part four, of the drama traces the history of iho Gospel Asa onward to Iho establishment of "Christ's Kingdom, when tlie yenra of restitulion.will be ushered inland dtath swallowed up In The local brnnch_ of Hie Infernatlonal Blhte Students Associa-' tlon Is defraying iill oipensbn 'of the ilrhmfi, nnd after the manner of scats, flto" free nml taken. This .work and other fl'r'rat along lines is being comluclod throughout the world entirely by vnlnnlsry dona- tion. ,y expense.. like it has ever been attempted it is--lhe greyest Bible drama In'the ihrj Bible'record .and the creation from Star Nebulae onward lo Christ's ICingdoui. inspired Cod, deepening the reverence for.th'e.iUreator.and awaken, irg an appreciation for Christ as the risen caviour and Redeemer It appeals equally to'followers of Christ, as welt as to tne iiftelligenco and rfea and sceptic history, j the hitherto unexpiamible ind us Over, hjp miles of beautiful! and colored film's, the work of j nd Italian .artists, together with, ome -150 beautiful colored steriopti- are used in its presents1 311 Drama exhibited world wide througli he. agency of its .local and foreign branches. The Photo drama of Crea ion has been exhibited.free by the nternp.tional Bible ion in the largest and bcstraudifor- ums of.the civilized world. In; the amous Royal Albert Hall, London; tho Irarna had-a continuous ,daily show- ng oC five consecutive.weeks.' alone, over nine millions -.wit- nessed the drama in the first.nine months of Its presentation. Part Three and Four Here Sunday The drama is exhibited In1 four two of which' were, exhibited asb Sunday. Parts 'three and' four vlll.be exhibited this Sunday at and p.m. in the Empress theatre. Part three, of the drama, unfolds with slide and film, the Bible- record :rom tbe days of .Zedekiah and Ne- buchadnezzar onward through..the vista the ages'to the Crucincatipn. It also unfolds the wonderful prophec- ies'of Daniel, Ezekial' and pur Lord Jesus, whlcli prophecies mark with' unerring accuracy, not only the event- ful year 1914 as the commencement of the great time of trouble, -but also foretells the final'outcome'of present world" conditions. Tlio films of .the babe In the manger at Bethlehem, the adoration of tho wise men; Hie mir- acles of Christ, His healing the, sick. His walking upon the water and other scenes ot the glorious ministry 'bf Christ, fills'many eyes with tears and many hearts with'adoration and rd- vcrence'of tho of Calvary, ns these scenes again bring betore iis the great sacrifice of the, world's deemer. The beautiful films of the Memorial Slipper, The IJetray'al 'of be- fore tho Crucincallon, all depleted .with a beauty and realistic reverence and vlvidily, these scenes ot.Buch vital Importance causing these hallowed scenes to bb lived again in the memory, of the enraptured audience. Tho very 'siiot where Christ spent his last ngonizlng hour in Gethsemano ta reproduced In tho drfima, Part four of tbe drama traces the history of the Church throughout tho Gospel Ago tlio establish- ment of Christ's Kingdom, when tbe .cilrse will be rolled away and the glorious "Times of Restitution" will la ushered in and death will be swal- lowed up In victory and the prayer of the Christian Church "Thy Kingdom wHl be realized.- local branch 'of the Interna- tional Bible Students Association defraying all expenses connected with drama In Lelhbrldge. .After the manner'of, our Lord Jesus "Freely you hav? received, freely give." Seals are free, no collection Is taken. This work riud other great educational fea (urea, bl'llcal lines, Is being conducted throughout the world en- tirely by voluntary donation. The management of tlio drama iirgo upon all to avail themselves of this.Sun- day's exhibition, aa Is the last show- ing la WEALTHY CHILD HIDDEN IN KEG DIt.k WhIHIngtqp, the famous little cabin nis cat ann inrongh her rose to renown Dick ton has i namesake rose to fame and fortune But jie had n( cat Instead widower ing entrusted apmall daughter to his care DIckieT'tne cahin promptlv secreted tbe in a BO betan the it hold (trouble ivhlcli is tbe MAJESTIC NIGHT ONLY SAT. JULY t'acular scenes in the film, such as an actual race at one of tha large tracks. a thrilling train wreck in .which a freight car containing sereral preaoas and a race horse topples Into a river, and sensational in New York's Chinatown. WILLIAM P. SPRINGER OFFERS' PALO'MINE A BEWITCHING, AND BEAUTIFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS, TOLD IN MUSIC AND SONG A Delightfully Bright and Natural Love Story Told agd Sung with Simplicity and Is Charming. With MISS SARAH GIBNEY LATE STAR OF "PEG.O' MY_HEART" AND A NEW YORK CAST NOT A MOVING PICTURE 75c, SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S FJIE1I1 MONDAY TUESDAY WILUAM FOX PREAEMT3 u "Miffi hMurt' In which an heiress ta rescued twice by a cabin four- teen, years between tie two rescues. LAST TIME TODAY "The BLOOD BARRIER" Production With Sylia Breamer and Robert Gordon FOX NEWS and COMEDY PHOENIX'ORCHESTRA" r-Mon. 1VJUIAM FOX CJTie greatest many story J, in the ivorl Jiy BLosstMn, fu'i1'. dint iihsund-iihi-thvdis Presented on a Metropolitan Scale, together with Special Orchestral Setting. Never An Attraction Like "Checkers." o so OKNTS, SPECIAL MATINEE PRICES FOR CHILDREN 10 CENTS, TIMES OF SHOWS: 2.30, 7.00 and 9.00 DAYS ONLY POSITIVELY TWO ;