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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2; 1920 THE LFffHBRIDGE DAILY HERrV.D PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS UtutMfe June the mark, ets closed at advanced prices today, holding firm from the opening. There a keen demand with light offer- ings. July oats closed 25ic higher and October 2Vje higher. Barley high- er for July and Itic higher for Out- ober, IMax 5e higher for July and 2o up for October.' Quotations .Open Close July 1" "9 OcL SOH 92i Oct. ..r. July.......... 452 455 quoied. Cash Pricts i I fri-i" foe'd 121; 2 Id'O.'l-O; track 4 C.W rejected feed 159'A; track IGTi. 2 C.W. 3 CW. 390; conCemucd 345; track 227. Livestock CALGARY, Jane Livestock Caljary mar- ket continues strong for beef cattle, with indications of still higher prices. This morning 91 cattle, seven calves and -61 hogs were received at i slockyards, and the best butcher steers cold at 17 cents. The built of the cat- lie ranged.from'13 to.17 cents with a demand aud from the '.VnMt. PiJteenvwas the ;tQp price for the thore'were ho.liogs ill'! warning-'and' indications" j.vrero that Uia fjo to Nevy York Sticks N'BW YOItKj Juno sales: C. P. R., 113'A; U. S. Steel, U. S. Steel preferred, 107'.i. Winnipeg Livestock June I Livestock today were 740 cattle, hogs and 51 sheep. The market for good quality buluher stuff.was steady, with clioica butcher steers ranging from to 518.00; female butchers of choice quality changed' hands. at to The stocker'ancV feeder trade was dull, the market being from 2Sc to 50c lower. Majority of sales J7.00 to f8.00 for good quality stuff. The hog market was steady at ?22.00 -for selects, fed aud -watered. May Yet Extend Price Control to Coarse Grain Members of Winnipeg Grain o- Exchange'Agitated Over Possibility, TOMORROW, JUNE 3, IS STATUTORY HOLIDAY WINNIPEG, rumors were heard round the grain exchange today In regard to the control of coarse grains by the government, as well as wheat. The Winnipeg Free Press says: j. c. when asked concerning control of coarse grains, said: have.had many commiunl- cstions from our secretary, Or. Yaglll, In regard to certain am- endments to ths Grain: Act, the last wire received from-Dr. Ma- gill Indicating a great deal of agi- tation on the part of certain mem- bers of parliament for continued control, anrfCr. Maglll states that In his opinion, if control Is con- firmed It will be made to Include coarse grains as well as wheat; chart, it means nationalization of trade In all cereals." Admiralty Act, which has to do with the appointment ot deputy ]udgci, and th'e house up.the Eenata bill to amend the Employment Offices' Co-ordinaUoa Act. Ogon. Arlliur Melgbea explained that the bill -would hava power to make, grants to municipalities as provided for lu the former act. Hon. L. Mackenzie King took the ground that the former act pro- vided that such, graut should be made to. the provinces alone. OTTAWA, June 2. Canadian jane 3 tho King's birthday, is ;i statutory holiday. Tills was t'je ruliiig the government fienartiuent of state tooay. Juno ii IB considered by request of. His Majesty, tlio ex- pressed'the wish, that "there.; should to no jreat eip.enditu.re' in. conr.ectiou with the'holiday. In "HiicktebBrrr Finn." "Cupid's LU-( tie "The Doctor and_ the and many other photo'plavs. Howavd'a pot aversion is ancient aud medieval history. The principal feminine role, outside of Jliss Picklord's it (hat ot Aunt 1'olly, played by Kathcrine Grit- filh, cue ot Iho most capat'ls actresses in the picture world. Mrs. Griffitli has been before the public twenty-five eighteen years in lha spoken Parliament will not sit and tho government offices wlU-prob- ably be close'd. north, has been given an extended leave of absence.' iVhew consulting metallurgist has arrived la the per-) son of B. P. Matheson. VICTORIA HAN. WINNER KINGSTON, Out., Evans, ot Victoria, B. 0., was a win- ner of tho second class spoon in con- nection, with sporting events held this year at tho Royal Military Colego. ERROR CORRECTED WASHINGTON, June WilEon today signed a Joint resolution eliminating Irom the agricultural- hill the Cumber amendment affecting cot- ton future grades, which, through a clerical error, was included in the original measure, signed yeslerday. A -work elevator carrying five men fell six floors at the Hole] Ambus sador, Atlantic1 City. One was killed and the others seriously injured. drama and seven yean 'in the realm. She is tho mother of three children, one ot whom, Gordon Grif- fith, (S now under couiracl to tho Na- tional' Him Company. Mrs. Griffith delights in tho title ol "Filmland's most domestic: artist." Her homo is her greatest pride, and she can a broom or a fry-pan vrith tho same dexterity that she does so syebrov? or a jtowiier puff. The other players who arc partici- pating in "Ppllyanna" have all had a wide and varied experience In amusement field, with the result that the highest possible efficiency hai I bsen obtained in this story. for herself and Eugene Paliette In the famous cocktail scene, so sue ask- ed all her friends to get up a thirst aid ciasj that she might join. "Isu't it ehe said. "George Washington cut the cherry for the first Manhattan cocktail, and cow look at the motto tbe drys have taken: "Tbirsl in iMrst lu peace; thirst iu Ihc throats ot our countrymen." "A foldler boy told me tlmt while lie was over there making the world safe for democracy, the Democrats over here made the counlry safe for will be the Eeit attraction at tho Ma- jestic thealre oa Monday, and Tues- day, June 1th and Sib, with the cus- lomary matinee. The company Is a larger one aud includes the dean of. all black face" comedians, George Wil- son. Sir. lias an entirely iiew monologue tills season and IB bouud to add to bis present host of admirers who recognize him as tlie most popu- lar minstrel now doing Ethlopeau comedy. The tig show is brand new in every songs, new bits, new jokes, new features, navel- bevo aud he tiiouei-'t be had a kick! ties and other lugredieuts which have coming. Ho knew he'd never gel the kick in near beer, he said, aud when lie asked for a coke at the Y made this production the most dts- cutsed offering on the road. That In- imitable genius ol burnt cork frollo fountain tiiey wouldn't serve it for j and mirth Juiues Gorman, has iutro- fear he'd 301 tlie habit. j duced several iuuovations are EDMONTON, June D.V.o Arthur, president of the Edmon- ton, Dunvegan British Columbia Railway, Is back in the city again after his negotiations In the :east for the taking over of the line by the Dominion government or east- ern capitalists. Mr.. McArtaur spent the greater part of the morning In- conference -with Premier Stewart. An announce- ment byTthe premier a: to the ar- rangements actually made and the steps to protect the largo fi- nancial Interests in the province- Is expected shortly. VANCOUVER, B. Juno re- organization in the higher direction of the Grauby Consolidated Illniug Smelting Company Is in progress. U. F. M. Sylvester, managing director in British Colnmhin has resigned and a new executive sont'from New-York to take charge in this province wjll liavo his headquarters at Anyox. Mr, Sylvester, today confirmed. the report ot his retirement from the com- pany. At a meeting of directors in Xew York on Jlay 2fi, the position of managing dlreclor abolished. 11. S. Munroe has now been sent from New York to bo general manager and -will proceed to the company's mine at Anyox to take charge. W. A. Williams, for some years chief, of smelter and other operations' in tho With Qua .Htll'i' talnslreh at tn Majestic next.week. oufine Work Takes Up Time of Members Following the Budget Decision! OTTAWA, June reading as given today to some amendments y tho senate to tho Opium and Xar- oltc Drugs Act, recently passed by ic 'commons. Second reading was given to Hon. fr. Doherty's act to amend 'the Yench version of the criminal code, committee, speaking oh the bill, "ou. W. S. Fielding said tho neccs- ly for revision of the French trans- ation 'jvas a serious reflection ou the ranslalora. Hon. Mr. Doherty agreed 'with the rst speaker that the errors were a crious matter. They were made in S06, ho explained, when the work ras In the hands ot one man( and as perhaps, subjected to the most careful revision. He could not give absolute assur- ance that the revised.version, npw ubmitted to the house -was above re- proach, .which, lion. W.. S. Fielding lad risked for, but he could say that .he department of justice had employ- ed tho best available .talent for the ork and that every precaution hatl been taken to avoid further errors. Alter a further discussion, the whole question of translating .the changes was left to he handled by a small committee composed chlefir of French members in the legal profes- sion, -with .Jhe minister of justice aa chairman. Tho committee rose and reported progress. Second reading -was given to.a bjll respecting the Canadian National Railways. This bill provides power for three extensions of the Canadian National Railway system in the -west. The bill amending the Itailway Act so as to exclude electric railways from the operation of one of the sec- tions ot this bill yras also given sec.: ond reading and referred to the com- mittee. Third reading was then given to Hon. C. J-- Dohorly's bill amending the STUDIES THIRST AID FOR FAMED COCKTAIL SCENE May Allison Investigates Kangaroo Cwktall and Jack Dempsey Punch For Picture "Fair and Warmer" Coming May Allison, beautiful'scrcea Clas- sics, Inc., star, has been worrying cently over the prohibition outlook. In her production of "Fair and Avery Hopwood's hilarious farce, which will be shown at the Colonial theatre today and Thursday, May has to concoct a number ot fancy drinks "He said he had found oue beer snbstitute that wab per cehl pure subaltiute. "-My friends at Ibe studio hare giv- en me tips on tblrn aid to the thirsty and here are gome of them: Cocktail (hops with a beer with a drop of to- j bi-.Eco sauce; i "Jack Dempsey punch Jamaica J ginger and hot; "Willard Fiat and spark- ling H2O millions. Aa you watch her the' "glad" feeling creeps through your veins and into your heart a-id lol you find yourself loving' even your enemies trying to .d? good by them.' This production is Novel Company Screen Adaptation bjr Ffftacei MftrioEV Fhotottlptcd bj Ctwltl R-ilbu. WATCH FOR THE BIG STREET PARADE Prices Scat Sale Opens Friday at Armstrong Raworth's ilStartiog MONDAY PARIS NOW OFFERS WOODEN AND PAPER HATS TO COMBAT THE H. C. OF L. Banks Close Thursday Tomorrolv, Thursday, June 3, being the King's birthday, tho city offices vlll be closed all -day, Luncheon Cancelled There will be no Board of Trade. Innclicon on Thursday this week. Schools Close Thursday As under Uio Alberta school law the King's birthday Is'a'statutory holiday, lyethbriilge. schools iviil be closed to- morrow, June 3, except'for voluntary classes held for tlie benefit of cer- tain examination candidates, at the dis- cretion ot the teachers' concerned. Rev. Ripper Ordained At the ordination service held last, Suiiday at Mnclior Creek thu llev. S. C Kipper, priest ia charge St Mary'a church. North Lethbridge, was ordained to the priesthood. Sunday morning tho Bishop of Calgary will induct the Reverend iRlnpcr into Iho rectory of the above oliurch. R.C.M.P. Church Parade The llos-al Canadian Mounted Police will parade to St. Augustine's churcb Sunday morning at Jl o'clock. Machine Gunners' Aosoclation Of (leers aud. men, who were mem- bers of tbe Canartinn Machine Oun Corps overseas, nre requested to send In the'.r names the Adjutant, 13th Canadian Macliint Gun Urlgadc, Cal- gary.. SMART HAT MADE OF WOOD SHAVINGS PARISIAN PAPER HAT AND MARE OF WOOD PAPER-FEATHER-50F. Cast for Most Unusual A most capable nntl well balanced cast, Including come of the best estab- lished players In tho Industry, sup- ports Mary Plckfonl in htr first release for the Uniled At1- lisls Corporation, showing at tho Em- press beginning Monday. Tlio Juvenile lead is played by How- ard Ralston, a. veteran "trouper" fif- teen years of aKc. In tlio part of Jim- my Ttean ho gives an excellent Inter- pretation of n boy hero. Howard conies' of a theatrical fam- ily and has In the business liabyticod. At tlio age of two ho wan in "legit" and for thei past three years hog played In pictures. !Ho appeared lauqk record on Broad J 'tike S pu.i ike cockfall fia.ll ofF iences Intohysterics Today Thursday At Our Regular3 Prices: Adults 35o Kiddies 10c Matinee Each Day at Might Shows Sharp at and 9.00 p.m. ;