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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r SATURDAY, JUNE PAGE FIV1' PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS 1 WINNIPEG, Juno 5 The local cash laarket'was strong today and oats shorts wero stiU covering', but there almost a complete dearth of of- ferings. Premiums ,vrerer With tho exception of Xo. 4 nil grades of barley were'In good demand, with extremely light offerings. Oats closed higher for July an October lower; barley 2ft higher for July ami 2vic ay for Oc'.ober; flax dropped IQc for July and Sc for October.. Oct. July OcL Quotations Oper. 2E5 Oct. 43G Xjit quoted. Cash Prices CAV., 3 oitra i feed, 12ST4; 1 feed 2 feed, track, 12SX- O.W., 4 C.W, rejected; 162; feed, 152. track, N.W.C., 452; S C.W., 3 C.W., S95V; condemned, track, 4S2.. C.W., 225. Winnipeg Livestock WIXXU'Kr, June: Livestock ca'.tlo anil 42i! hogs. There was very litlle trading in progress throughout Quickly Conquers Constipation Don't let constipation poison your blood It yourliver and bowels don't work prop- erly take CARTER'S Little Liver Pill, today and your trouble will________________ cease. For dizziness, lack of appetite, headache, and blotchy skin nothing can equal them. Purely vegetable. Small Dow-Smffl Price DR. CARTER'S IRON PIUS, Nature's great nerve': and blood tonic' for Anemia! Hhemiiatlsm, Nervonsnesi, Sleeplessness and Female Iho iiiorniug. Butcher cattto were not in demand and quotations were; re- 3 ported generally weak with prospects oMower prices.: A few commoii cattle 93 hanged bauds at to J6.501 y> -.3 ranged from to }13.50, with no deiuand. Tho h'og market showed no Improve- ment over yesterday's unsettled con 455H and packers "were bidding 519.60 for selects. NEW YORK, Juno sales: C. I'. It. 112 3-4; U.S. Steel 53 7-S; U. S. Stejl preferred "USE IRRIGATION" REGINA, to make ends meet on the farm In tht dry years and mako progress in thi favorable Is.the problem whlc! tho convention at Swift Current on July 6, 7 and S, authorized by1 Hoii C. M. agricul ture, Is setting itself to solve. Letters have, been sent out by th department' to tho rural ties covering a considerable area In Ihu the province, fng them to delegates present at this convention in the hope that a way to combat drouth-conditions may be found as the result of the discussion among farmers who have made a suc- cess in the dry.districts. c- ALBERTA'S CITIZENS NUMBER EDMONTON, Juno The population of tho province Is estimated at and the birth rate per thousand 23.95, atd the deaths at on liand. Lethbridge Monumental Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Fatty Air-buckle In a Two-Reel Scream, and "TOPICS THE DAY" MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Gladys Brockwell "THE SNEAK" HAWAIIANS TOP VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT THE COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY Topping the Hippodrome vaudeville show at the Colonial theatre on Mon- day nnd Tuesday will be the Aloha Ilawalfans In the tuneful Hawaiian musical fantasy, "A Night In Hawaii." To the plaintive slrains of the uke'lelo, the weird hula-hula dancing, and In a pleasing llawallan'stsge setting, this act will doubtless score a. big hit, Hal Davis and Ixiuisc- DunOar In Bright Idea" will plenty of entertainment with their nitty sing- ing and dancing. Fred Kilmer will present ".Mammy Harrison" in her curiously tunny Klhloplan diversion, In which ho In- troduces a buxom colored dame who aspires lo high soclely. Pascalc Perry "rind .lack Bird, two sons of tho west, will ho seen In "Sports of Iho a wild western act wtiich fairly breathes the atmos' phcrc of tho plains. Atop the photoplay bill will tie seen lioulso Cllaum In fho great photoplay, "Tho Goddess of Lost Lake." Other .lUraclions will include some good comedies, the Patho Review, and the Colonial orchestra. r It's going to be a line show at tho Colonial on Monday and Tuesday. FRANK KEENAN ESSAYS ROLE OF VAGABOND IN NEW FILM AT STARLAND Frank Keenan' essays R role entirely new to Mm In "Smoldering tlie Paine feature showing nt thoj Starland Theatre tonight. Htf is n knight of the vagabond; a man without liome or friends; 'with- out aim or amhitinn or purse. It is a part full of difficulties because of Its' very sininllci'4', Frauk Kccnan 'No wonder, either, On them all day long doing for other people. Dad brought her some Mo (her tried it and what nielieflTheacheand throb were gone and her feet felt like nineteen instead of ninety. Now the all day Mentholahirn is good headache, loo, NexUinwyomtem- throb apply Rely on To Clear Away Skin Troubles iDlmUablcji-ecIalty in addition tyon-1 riches ;.cartburn. tiwting tributicis his well-known (alcnts to the thc eycSi cutarril of tho stomach, biliousness and tho painful, trcublesonio piles. Tiierefore, it is ot supreme importance to health that the bowels regular. Simple- food, fruit, etc., shoutd. ho used, and rii-h food and stimulants of all kinds avoid- ed. This, with Ihe NEC of MHburn's Laxa-Liver Pills to regulate and estab- lish healthy action of the howels can- not fail lo glye permanent relief in the- most obstinate cases.- j Sirs. OriUIa, Ont-. a- child I'was always! very hadly constipated, and 1 can well 1 reniemher wljen _ quUe young, nrr mother giving me senna tea nearly every morning, and I got to dread it. After taking Jlilhurn's Pills for a while I am not. troubled with constipation auy more." 31 f (burn's Lax a Liver are 25c a vial at all dealers or mailed direct! on receipt of price by Tlie T. Mlllmrn Limited, Toronto, E-M-P-R-E-S-S Starting Monday- PrleesrVMatl'n.e' -Adults Children 10c; Children 15e SOo? "Be Glad, Be Glad! No matter how badly off you think yoj are, no matter how horribte your troubles .pile up against you, be glad thnt things art; not any worse. There's always something to be glad about. See Mary Pickford In her latest picture of sunshine and charm Polly anna" You'll learn tho "glad" game too. From Eleanor II. Porter's Novel by thu Pago Com pa Adaptation by Frances by Charles Kosher. TONIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME "The Man Who Turned White" A dra'matlc spectacle of the Sahara desert. Supported by Barbara Castleton and an Able Cast." Pleasing Shows at Popular Prices l.3St Times Tonight SATURDAY Franlt Mayo. -'Ora Cafew In the fine feature "The of Lies" The Great Saturday Evening Post Story "A. RED HOT FINISH" A Bear 6f a Comedy with the Century Bathing Girb and First Episode of our new serial 'BOUND AND GAGGED' 1st Show Starts Tonight at 6.30 Complete Show After 9.30 Monday Tuesday .VAUDEVILLE Another Dandy Show 1 THE AtQHA HAWAILANS "A NJGHT IN HAWAII" A Tuneful Hawaiian Musical 1 Fantasy I Z Fred Kilmer present's, "MAMMY HARRISON" A Comical Ethiopian Diversion j c3 HAL DAVIS AND LOUISE DUNBAR Jn f'.'.A BRIGHT. IDEA" Nifty Singing and Talking Act 4 PASCALE.PERRY assisted by JACK-BIRD Two Sons of the West In "SPORTS-OF THE RANGE" 5 Spt'ciat Attraction LOUISE GLAUM In tlje superspeclal feature I photoplay i "THE GODDESS OF LOST LAKE" When you've seen this'wonder- play, you'll with us that "it's one of the year's best pictures." 6 "UPS; AND DOWNS" Strand.Comedy 7 PATHE REVIEW The Novelty Reel 8 Colonial Orchestra AND REMEMBER You1ll see bumper show on Monday and Tuesday at our reg- prices. The Great Combined Vaudeville and Photoplay Show for Adults SOe, Kiddles 25c. Matinee Daily at 2.30 Nights at 7 and 9 (Glad? MAJESTIC THEATRE Two Nights June 1-8 50 ALL WHITE COMEDIAKS, SINGERS AND DANCERS AND THE GREAT GEORGE WILSON WATCH FOR THE BIG STREET PARADE' Prices 5Cc Sc.its Now Selling'at Armstrong Raworth'3 SOMETHING TO BE OtAD ABOUT WILL HAPPEN SOON WHY IS EVERYONE SO HAVE YOU. SEEN ALL THE SMILES? YOU'LL BE GLAD IF YOU BELIEVE IN ONE LITTLE GIRL THAT LITTLE CIRL 19 COMINQ TO THE EMPRESS MONDAY ;