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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS LITI WIXNIPKO, July local cash markets continued dull au'd featureless- All gardes of cash oats and barley were in fair demand with! little being offered. Spreads were un- changed ami the volume of business of a very light nature. Flax and 'rye 'remained .-about steady. July oats lower. October >1H 'lower and December 1% lower; ..'barley unchanged for July, Ifor October and 3-CakU down for Do- ,timber; flax ,'tc higber for July and lower tor October. Quotations Open Oale- July )Oct.-i.-. CDec.. -DarlD.v- Oct. 'Dec. 120' S7 153 139ft 382 3S3 Cash Prices Close IIS 13JH 130 379% 2 C.W., llo'i; feed, 115; No. 1 feed, ll.V.if 5 feed. HOVi; track, 106-X. 3 O.W., HSU; -4 l-Wiv: -rejected and feed, 'track', U05J. 3S3; 2 C.W., 32H4; condemned, 2S4V4; C.W., 215. .-.Winnipeg Livestock WIN'N'IPKg, July Ke'ccipte 3SO and 115 slieep. Bid- dins wairj'goucr'ally in lino with yes-. b'utch'er sfeers, Following "are the results of the athletic and other Brents contested at Saturday's Travellers' picnic: The Boys.- nine 16 twelve, 50 yards: 1st, Uric "Creenbilgb, pair of 2nd. Jack fishing -rod; 3rd, Joe baseliall bat. _ Girls, thirteen years and up, 100 yards: 1st, Dorothy brooch; 2ud, Ellen pair ot shoes; 3rd. Yera 'Beresford, chocolates. Fat men, 75 yards: 1st, Mr. Bertram, flour; 2nd. Mr. Buchanan, uoi of 3rd; De tea! Jioys, under nine years, 50 yards: 1st, Gordon1 Roberts, pair of shoes; 2nd, Jloy CleDies, uaseuall bat; 3rd, Frank Thorahlll, baseball bat. Girls, nine to' twelve; 50 yards 1st, Muriel SS'ebster, pair of shoes; 2nd, Mary brooch; 3rd, Nora son, box of. 'chocolates. uiider .nine, 50 yards: let, Hirdle Scott, pair 'of shoes; 2ud, jorle Robins, pair of shoes; 3rd, Eliza-. beth Jarvle, thirteen and up: 1st. Jack Weller, cuff links; 2nd, Joe Lakle, cuff links; 3rd, Tommy 'Green; cajidy.' Leah men, 75 yards: 1st, A. R. Wesley, 2nd, C. Tambor, box of cigars; 3rd, C. Jackson, tea and cof- fee. Sinsla ladies, 50 yards: 1st, Miss McMurray, chocolates; Miss' J. Greeu, chocolaiea; 3i-d, Miss Z. IMpes, J __ Men's sack rsc'e: 1st, C.1'. Jackson, ftonr; 2nd, R.'D. Buchau, rod; 3rd, Lana Dttlworth. knife. CHrls' three-legged 1st, Wla- nie Kveson and Laura Fisher, brooch- es; 2nd, and Dorothy Eveson, 3rd, Hate! Thorn, hill and Marjorle Hobblus, chocolates. Men's wheelbarrow: lei. Jackson and HedehslTom, flour; 2nd, T. and Jj Green, macaroni; P. r. Lyman and J. H. Haefor, tea'and coffee. Boys' sack 1st, Eric halgh, pair of shoes; 2nd, Joe baseball bat; 3rd, Roy Harrison, knife1. Lades' egg race: 1st; Mrs. Thorn- bill, silver fork; Mrs. Green, box of. chocolates; Miss .-McMurray, butter knife.- v Chicken race: 1st, Kric Greenhaleb, rooster. The members of the L'.C.T. wish to extend .their to tho follwoing finne for donations: .Taylor Milling Company, four Itvonly-four pound uags ot flour and two nlna pound bags of Germade; Ellison Milling Co., four Ibs. flour; Campbell, Wilson and "lorhe, six boxes .of .chocolates and hree boxes of cigars; 'Western Griic- ers, Ltd., six boxes.of chocolates, six iounds of coffee and-six .pounds of '.ea; Western" CaaadaV Hardware six pieces4 of allversvare- and brce fishing rods; Lethbridge Mer- cantile Co.. Ltd., five boxes of chocoi atea; Dominion Rubber Co., five pairs ot shoes and one" inner tube; .fc'u'tta Percba aud Rubber Co., fife pair of shoes; John Gilmbre one book iff Model Bakery, one book of. bread tickets; Alberta Sad- dlery, six baseball bats; R. A. Wright, eight pieces .of silverware; Alberta Candy 'Co., four boxes.of xrcade J5tore. oiie box of choco- lates; Columbia Macaroni Co., Ltd.. )ne ten pound box of macaroni arid :wo five'pound boxes, of'macaroni; Citizens' Lumber Co., Taber Candy' Co., Mediclno Hat, four .boxes of chocolates; Hlck-Sebl' Hardware Co., three pocket kn'.Vfs; P. Burns t Co., one rooster. nged -at -V New' York 'stocks- N1UV, July Closrag U. -108.3 Livestock Jiundretl. p.nri ninetyrtliree 'tattle 'of' whicli 187' were unload: .ediat tlie yards today. The market the "brought 5ii was strorigr.Crloteo grass ted Eleers ?11.3g; EooJ J10.25. Calves from >Ki.Ofi. lo. ?W.OO, gale., ,J1 .4 Montreal Stocks The market. lopeucdVin' fairly 'brisk local style at about last night's close with-lhe exception Jnriier'flour aiiil inner, tube; and" Mrs. Clemis, gerniaUe and bread tickets; 3rd, Mr. aud Mrs. Sharp coffee.' Men's egg .race: Mr, -llincks flour; 2nd; 'Henry, serhiade; 3rd, George'. Gr'ce'hv chocolates.. Cap per and Koy links; 2nd, Koy Clera'a and Frank bnU; ?rd, Tommy >'M. J.-lm L'nrr. rriixe.i canciics. O.Irls' face: 1st Jackson of 2nd, Doinrhy llk-ks. E'-rli.racc: 1st Mrs. -prererretl making tiaUailviince, .The pulp group was and othRF iKSiifiswp.ro" nniel. ?f 'Chicago Grain sul- try likely 'to intensify black to life Beiirisli aclipn-'of'the market crlbcil .largely to reporls that (lie lirit- inli.'Koverumerii .would lie tlie market for 10 days or ;two weeks. whic.1: varied from 3 lower to 1 I--' cents higher, .with December 260'-l-2 ;o .March .to "Jfi4, were followed hy a'set- liack wliich carried December down to 25C. Oats look the same course'as olher' grains. Mr. lintl Mrs. Mra, Sehl, lickoiE, Wilcox and j .'ol arnson, fisbrng NEW YORK FUNDS XFAV YORK, .Inly clia'hfip heavy; demand "f-S: cnb- 5-8. Canadian dollars S7.75. -T' BAR SILVER YOllK. July Bar- silver, Bomeslic 03 1-2; foreign 89 1-2. MORF.SHOOTING IN IRELAND DODD'S NORMA TALMADGE IN HEX SUPER-SPECIAL AT COLONIAL STARTS WED. A men I the' ouUundlni features of of a N'orma msdge's litest SeUct picture, which comei to1 the Colonial theatre on Wed- and Friday this truly remarkable wblch supports the famous sUr In this adaptation of Euteoe Walter's stiie success. -'Nancy Lee." It IB an agfre- gatSon of :well-knowa performers on h icreen and Wage, many of whom featured themselves ID oth- er productions. TalmadKe'fi leading man IB Tearte, who was recently seen opposite Marion In "Ajiril and' who was formerly Men wHh Young In "The Reason a Select Picture. The rcle of Ihe heroine's mlddle-aied mother played by Gertrude Berke- ley, "the moat.famouft mother on the w.hose individual success In "War, bas oflen been dupli- cated similar roleay i JofayuaRowland, who ban just clos- ed her Mason In the New York production, of 'The Liltle Short, who is still with Pay; In her great siicceta a comedy pair In VTb'ejWay which will on the silver-sheet. Ibem recognition vo other names track encounters tremendous ties. Hlj leads from (he Bouth to New York and through Chtnatowu. At the last minute, just before the is to alart, the jockey is malic- iously blinded, and the. young girl rides the horse to victory. It one of (be.beet and most stirring pictures in .every respect here In some time, in -cast y which compel attention are George the leading man in .countleas screen successes, and Stuart Holmes, "the villain of a ONE ALASKA PLANE COMES TO GRIEF ERIE, July No. 3, the first of the United States army airplanes to attempt to Eeave "Erie on their- Mtneola-Alaska flight, came to grief this mornEng because of mud at the airdrome here. Capt. comtTianding the expedition, expressed the belief. that all the planes would get away for Grand Rapids, the stop, this afternoon. GEN. DYER CASE IS DEBATED INV LORDS Canad Associaleil house, of lords has initiated a two-day debate on the case of General Hyer, dismiEsed from the army for and ijord" Middlelon.in- dicted trea't- "The'lord clian- ceilorsaiil it was Impossible to again employ alman such a Irn'gic judgment.'1 j; thousand.. The rest 'qf.the cast also Includes Colonel yernon, Mae McAvoy and Wil- liam Humphreys In the other name partsriu this. fiplendld story of modern American' life. PHOENIX SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS EWE FUR _ LAST TIME TONIGHT PEOGY HYLAND ..-'IN "MISS J Comedy SID POLLARD "DINNER TIME" COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (TUESDAY) the famous racing play presentedias-a'superb motion picture by William wbicli has had a cesBful nin. at the Colonial theatre, is to be seen lor; the last times'today. The mammoth 'production has attract- ed-packed houses. Thomas J. Carri- gan, whoi-plays.; the title rolel is an Ideal Checkeraand Jean Acker as the heroine The rest of the all-slar and the. Jic- tnre is evenlr'balaiiced loth In acting and spectacular-picture made by William Fox, which opened at the. Colonial theatre yesterday, is e'y'en. a picture thin It. was of the action occurs.outdoors, and.Director Richard Stantb'n: advantage of' tbe situation5 to maktijhis exterior scenes not but perfect in de- tail. v: RSCXJED bladder'and rnric add troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the; firei'-warning they give that need attention by taking Tin ittndard nmioV for ward off than dfe- and-mnftbin tbe: body f atucka, All draggisa, 50c.a box. fat BUM OU IMd'o bxul GENERAL BOOTH IN WEST ers, the :He grooms a horse .dwned, and- in 'g ricli. stakes, the "race t Bramwell Bootb, head Salvation .Army all bver the world, passed through Jlegina I Ihis moi-ning on the trans-Can- Ada en route He is Ing. to International headquar- ff tors after a tour ot Australia and New. Zealand. The general U ac- compariiRrl Commissioners Lamb, Kitchen and Edie. It is. understood that he has no pub-' 'J lie engsgcments in Canada ing this-trip across the contln- cnt 3s he will be returning here in a few months to make'an .extended -tour across the Do- minion, and' also the States. Jj, fg .Ho no( suffer ..Itchlnir.Bleed- lug, or Vrottud- Ing Piles. KQ rlUrgleal oper- a lion required. Dr. Chase's Oiptnicat will reUftTeyou al and afiord lasting a tox; all dealers, .or Co., Limited, DANDER1NB" -Stops Hair Coming Oat; Doubles Its Beauty. ___ ___.... ___ -..113UU, I________ _ A Toronto. Sampla Boz free ir JOQ j.......----- paper apdencloaazc. stamp to pos tage. JVER-ACIDITY of tha ttomach has vplet'nuagr a' nijhl's rut. If fnt Horn b add- dittuiSol, diuorn UVM Ki-noiDS on tilt targue before retirinf and tn- joyrefrejhing sleep. Tha purity and (oodneu of Ki-moidi tjuwanteed by SCOTT MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION Adds Zest to fe A few cents buys After an application of "Danderine" you c.in not fallen hair.or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, moro. col- or and TUAM, County Onlvray, Ireland, ..luiy. was protnlECiious snooting arid severdl buildings.were burned. Including (he town hall, in an outb'renk here early this morrling. re- sulting, according to the townspeople, from' the killing of two. pollctmcn near. Tuam [ast evening. The firing'began dfflvn o'clock, flrousing the inhabilanls and driving' thejri to shelter.' Later fires -wcvej in different parb of the town dulflg damage, according to a press Slililary forces were caller! onti.but 1 wcrs aoon withdrawn.1. Tho number of icssiialtics .was' unknown up lo this'' nft'errioon. WINNIPEG TRAMS NEED EIGHT'CENT FARE C. July cight-caut street car faro In Wlnnip'cg Is news- sarj'. if shareholders of the Winnipeg Klcctrlc Street1 Railway arc lo get a fair return on.thclr investment, slat- Isaac 1'ittblado, before the hearing diiSincreased fares before' tho public, utilities-commission today. Since street railway shareholders .have had no'relurrts ort their Invest- mohts for1-the past. five.years, stales Mri' Plllblado and since street .railway ks larc praf tlcally S-ctnt fare, n return of 8 per cent, on InvfifilmfmlR, rnulri oaiy im, considered a reasonable fftro. 4-4 -'.BRITISH PRESS PARTY SAILS LONDON, July'" 20. ;TKe" Snembers :of the Irririerlat conference sailed .today from Liverpool lor Sydney, N.S., on .board the C. P. 0. S. Victorian. HULL BLOCK Phone 625 BAWDEN BROS. v COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 625 MORE HOME TO THE HOUSE All sizes from 4ft. to 10ft., from to dim, .COOl verandah' se-' 4 eluded, home- hospitable books, friends and an outdoor f" meal. Who would not sp.ond to such an Yet any porch can be so equipped. Make your porch your summer home by using Aerolux Porch Shades, the Porch Shade of Greatest Service, Economy and Comfort, COLONIAL IDE THE WORL'D'S GREATEST RACING MELODRAMA _J "CHECKERS" It's Your La it Chance to See One of the Create and Grandest Productions Ever. Special- WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY -Extra At Hor Glorious Best, In Her First Big Super Special' W "THE WAY OF A WOMAN" From the ttigo .success "NANCY LEE" by Eugena Walter. The (Incut picture in which Mist Talmadge evar ipfMand, 400 CHILDREN GUARANTEED BATtERY SERVICE 'I have discontinued my batlery and electric In [.cthbrWgo and have rOTnoped the plant to Itayrnond where 1 will conduct a batlery and electric service for the King Green Garage 1 havo had a wirio and thorough experience and am competent to do any work in tnls line. v A WRITTEN GUARANTEE WILL WITH ALL BAT- TERY REPAIRS. PRICES ARE REASONABLE J. H, WOOLF ;