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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1920 THE LElWmiElO.E DAILY HERALD PAGE 'I Si. PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS M4 UTMtMfc June 3. Winnipeg gralu market closed. King's birthday. Winnipeg Livestock (Dominion livestock today totalled 900 calile, 1307 hogs and 70 nheep. Tha dull trading was a feature of this morning's market. A lew jowl butcher steers made but' quo- tatrooE generally held 50 cents lo Jl down for all grades of killing cattle. .Demand fcf showed con- siderable falling otf, and qsotationti lor the week are fylly ?2 ,lo J2.30 lower. The hog market opened with a weak undertone, buyers bidding tor fed and watered, thU be- ing a decline of 50e yesterday's close. --'Calgary 'Livestock June hundred and twenty-four cattle and 130 hogs on the market at tbe stockyards today. Competition was keen anJ the top price for steers "was J11.00 per cwl., with the bulk' going at JI6.50 to Butcher, cows also sold strong with a top of and bulk Bales to ?H.OO. Butcher calves JL3.00 to J1C.OO. nulcSer'.bulls to Hogs, selects, off cars, 522.60. Stocks NEW YOHK, June 3. Closing sales: C. P. R. U. S. Steel U QFE.OF.pB TDit-OF MANITOBA ELECTIONS TO BE HELD ON JUNE 29 Too Many Puny-Souled Men and Women Who Won't Ac- cept Ulessage. WINNIPEG, Juno The Manitoba provincial elections vrlll be held on June 29, with nomination' day one "week earl- ier, it was officially announced today. Manufacturers' Party Met at Taber By Gets. First Interview. The Lethbriage Herald and the Leth bridge Board, of Trade gave the visit ing manufacturers yesterday a good example of enterprise. Before the manufacturers reached Lethbrldge they had the Important news of the budget diyislon from the Herald, and from the) Board. "if Trade .they lhad data giving them important facts about the -felly and district. .Arthur Baalim, Mayor JTardlc, J. S. of the Board of Trade, and a reporter for The Herald, board- ed the special (rain at Talicr. They had two hundred and fifty copies ol Wednesday's nocin edition of The Her- ald, including tho special industrial .section, and pamphlets, compile J through the 'Co-operation of the Board of Trade and a civic committee. These were distributed among the visitors. The local party left a motor car and at Coaldale it was neces- eary to obtain another car, but Taber Tvas reached in tlmo to catch the train. To The Herald was given the first official interview by President T. P. Howard, of the Canadian Manufactur- ers' Association, since 'the parly start- ed tho trip to the west. To The Her- nld reporter he stated that he was giving-his first Interview on tho trip to tha Lethb.ridge paper. At thu Curlitg itiuk last night, Ihe pde interest when, following a, service with, orchestral Aimee Semplc McPherson, the lady'evange- list, chose lor Ufa of Peter." lAt.the very ouUet'.pt'her message she related bow her secretary had re- ceived during the' day, a letter re- questing prayer for a little lad e cen years old. who had -not attained full growth'aud. who- weighed only littla more than birth.' "How humil- iating it must continued tho visit- ing revivalist, "for this mother to bring a child into Ihe world that will not grow, but must the same litlle crib, wear the same little shoes, stockings and drosses that it woro. years back. You cannot imagine this mother meeting society friends at the door and with a proud'heart, intro- ducing them lo her stalwart son. The broken-hearted mother with embarrassment would bide her son vrith shame." Then with heated intensity the evangelist applied her illustration by declaring that the great heart of the Father God was almost broken today over little, puny, backslidden, under- fed children o! Ihe Kingdom, who .re- fuse to partake of their spiritual heri- tage through Christ, the infilling of the Holy Spirit. 'Peter, was certainly a different man after receiving the- baptism of the Ghost on tho day of the Pcntacost. Only a few days before, while warming his bands by the fire of the world, he had sworn emphatic- ally 3iidxtlirice denied the Christ. It took only a little maiden to frighten him. There are loo many jelly-fish backbone Christian professors of, to- day.who cannot'bear to be called'fol- 'lowers ol the lowly :Nazarene. "A. good however, that Peter was a saved man previous to his upper-room experience, was that ho was instrumental" in leading Jesus lo his sick mother-in-law. Surely nobody should doubt the.genuineness of'his experience at this earlier period. Fur- thermore, Jesus sent him along _with others to preach the gospel .and'heal the sick.' of using an unsaved mail for tuis important task.' "We next 'find Peter, after being endued with the Divine 'Power, when -the birth-oMhe church took place in the second chapter of Acts, standing up and boldly denouncing the murder- ers trf Jesus; .until, chafing under eon-- victio'n, three thousand !sbuls cried out, 'What shall we .do to be Peter answered; 'Ilepcnt, and lie bap- tized everyone oP you in tiie name of Jesus Christ tor- the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift ot the Holy Ghost. For the promises unto you and your children, and to all that are afar off, even us many as'the Lord our God shall call. Save your- selves from.this untoward generation.' Petor under the unction of the Holy Ihus became the hero of the day; This same baptism of the Holy declared the evangelist, "is for present-day believers if they will only fulfil 'the conditions and tarry until'they'receive ft.' Barnwell Boy Did Not Speak to Put Off Train Once. Maunne Peterson, of Barnwtll, loei his arm morning. Peter eon is sixteen years ot age and claim cd that he received his Injuries by be- ins run over by'a C. P. R. train.. Ac cording to the report sent in to the Herald in this accident I was claimed that the boy fell- off a gravel train. Picturization of "Glad Giri" Empress Theatre Story at Mrs. Eleanor H. Porter, upon whose "Glad" stories was'based the popular the 'screen version of which will be presented at'the Bra- press theatre on Monday with. Mary Pickford In (he tille rcle. -recantly re-, laled a very anecdote.! was called upon to fuake au j upon what the character of Pollyanna had done for people. Soa primarily..apolcsized for', being able to make an address; pro- testing modestly that when che- hid anything .to say, or rather, when she had anything to which is quite another matter some- 'usually put It on paper ing' genius none other than James As a purveyor of novelties, features aud real minstrelsy Mr. Gor- man stands iu a class by himself. Mr. Gorman promises a number of innova- tions sure to bo discussed by theatre goerri who are always ready lo appre- ciate and endorse Ihe unexpected. Tho big show is.brand new iu every and embrace; all the ingredients ot'burnt-cork-cpmcdy from the days of its Incubation to the present 'time. Look out for the daily street parade. It will be a hummer. HILAB'OUS FARCE IS "FAIR AND WARMER' For sheer absurdity of situation. clever and intriguing acting by a star, sparkling wit in titles and finish in production, "Fair and Warmer." pre- sented last nieht at the Colonial Theatre, with .'.May aud appealing May the star. has. to use tho effective if col- loquial egression, all other pictures we have seen before completely back- ed off tho map. The hilarious stage success ot Avery presented for so other parts of the idonT wllli such C. D. MacKinlosh, superintendent of. the southern Alberta railway division, today said that the train in-.question was not a gravel train. It was a way freight The original account stated that the boy received permission from the conductor of tho train to rids to Taker from Barnwell. In regard lo this statement Mr. slated that tho conductor never saw the boy and did not know of the accident until somi time after the train had "oei-n in Taber. According to. the Information In the ot the'.C. .P. H., the boy was seen by the hrakeman of the way freight; at the'-station In, Barnwell. Then the'boyr had, a grip in his hand and as the' way freight' was watting for passenger train Xo. 512 the brake- man thought the boy was waiting for the passenger. The boy did' not ask the conductor for permission to ride on 'the freight.- Mr. MacKlntosh said, but the boy made such a: request from one of. the brakemen, who refused him. The boy was later-put off the .train and member of. the train crew either saw heard from.rhiin learned of tbe'accident in Tj'aber. accident occurred at that tinie and it is thought the hoy eilher'niust have- climbed on agairi on got .injured at- tempting to board the train. Mrs. B. J. Francis, of Taber, In interview Wednesday said that the boy was riding In a gravel car and the swaying1 of tlio train caused the boy to lose his balance. No gravel was on the train and no load had shifted The train arrived at Taber in gooi condition. According to the account publisher Wednesday in the Herald the ,con' ductor was practically accused of breaking the laws of Canada and the regulations of the Canadian Pacific From Information obtained by tho C P. R., tho report from Taber Is false in this regard. S. H. Wans was con ductor, and the iirakemen were P. -I, O'Donnell and H, Graham. that a'lady "of her church, somewhat miserly-and not atrall lit- erary; called her up on the telephone hook, called it any one- day and said: "'I've had a book sent to Rood! 1 don't want to waste my time ver any book that is not any good.' "ShV was assured thai the story harmless and might even be read some pleasure. A. .week later, fle ladies of the church were packing missionary barrel, .when to their real surprise, there appeared the lady (wjio never gave any- Jiug) bringing n.purple, velvet bon- her donation.. "'I just couldn't help, slie an- ounccd, 'when I-think of that poor with those awful things to rear, I just bavo to. It is a perfectly ood bonnet. It's, my second best.' "So you see what Pollyanna is rc- ponstble'tor in-tliat case. "I have so hoped since hearing the that'purple was becoming to he 'complexion ot lha.t minister's vifc; "But all ot ibis, of course, is merc- y froth and bubble.' Away down -deep n my heart Is a very great more great this little in-bonk and drama anil in Hicturcs, should have found so many 'bung and and ira." ROSE DANCE GIVEN BY I MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. Tonight-Thursday, June 3rd Dancing IN THE MASONIC HALL Cannoneer's Jazr Band Tickets Eiach I LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORS] I HUUL BLOCK 7TH FLOOR PHONE 1710 Shampooing, Switches Made to Order, Hair DreMing, Manicuring, j Medical Facial Massage. Established Over Stven Years- I 1' Preliminary Announcement AUCTION SALE OF VERY HIGH CLASS FURNITURE WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY NEXT JUNE 7th ON THE PREMISES, 610 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Cornmenoing at 10 o'clock a.m. Full particulars of this Important sale will be pufalithed In tomorrow's Herald. Auctioneer's Phones FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer. Largest Special Ever Seen Hroughl Manufacturers to Let h bridge. Lethbriilgc citizens yesterday one of the largest special trnins lha has ever Yislteil lliis cfty wlion th C. P. K. brought In Uifi touring mem bers n( tlic Canartlan Maniitactnrcrs Association, Thp, train donsisted fourteen stool oura oncl carried 19 visitors. They had with thorn attendants. Ten sleepers were needed for th party. Two observation and comiwr inent cars and one p-lcql tourist car with a sleel baggage "car, complete the .train. -Tho train weighed fiftee hundred tons and was hauled liy on engine. Since tin: Iratn started on Its Iri lo the west, President Howard, of 111 11. A., slated Wednesday, there ha not been a hitch In tlto arrangement on the part of the 0. P. n. Howard, district passenger agent the C, P. H., at Toronto, Is In cliarg of the train. .T.-C. Proctor, dlatrlc passenger agent in Alberta, and Tra elllng Passenger Shulman, i Calgary, with C. MacKlnlOBh, sup erintcnrlent was won by MauJlardo, even money Tanglera, B to 1, second; Arlon, S lo 1, third. SIS tosito iin. offered on: the stago has been produced ex- ceptionally well by the Screen sics. Inc. The cocktail scene, of- course, will Bland out anywhere. It is considered and after seeing "Fair and Warmer" last evening at the Coicnial. we undeN stand funuiest one scene ever written iuto a play. "Pair and Warmer" will for last times tonight. MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Nights IN MlHSTRflSty 50 ALL WHITE COMEDIANS, SINGERS AND DANCERS AND THE GREAT GEORGE WILSON WATCH FOR THE EIG STREET PARADE Prices............... 5Cc MONSTER SHOW AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Here's the line-up, for the eek-cnu at tho Colonial Theatre: Tonight- showings of ''Fair and Warmer" the hilarious farce comedy with Hay Allison. Friday usual. Country store Vodvil Mite, with a great array of prizes and special novelties. Friday and new ser- ial "Hound and Gagged" will start off on Its first episode. Frank Mayo and Ora Carew will be featured in their big success; "The Peddler of a six-act dramatic sensation: The Century Bathing'Clrls will he seen En their latest two-reel comedy riot, and the Colonial orchestra will balance up ;the' show with some fine music. Local playgoers will find plenty to amuse them at the Colonial any night this week. EDMONTON JOURNAL TO BUILD NEW HOME Seal Sale Opens Friday at Armstrong Raworth's LAST TIMES TONIGHT (THURSDAY) MAY ALLISON. In the greatest of all farce comedies "FAIR AND WARMER" Ant! Other Fine Attractions MINSTRELS, COMING Gus Hill's1 big MinstreV Show, now conceded to be an attraction without a pe6r in its parlicuiar-iine, vrill hold EDMONTON, Alia., June 3. A orth in the 'merry whirl ,'of laughter, t building permit; the Edmonton) and revelry--nt Majestic Journal's home, on 101st Iteatre next Monday and-Tuesday, Issued recently. It will be] 'une 7 and S, with the usual rhatlnees. four storeys high' arid occupy a front- age space of 50 feet and be 122 feet Heading thti company