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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 7, 1920 THE LOTHTJaiDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE 1 l vS P.I T.I t, kS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS June -was little or no feature to tie market to- day, which has been. dull and Blow for the la the caish market, a fair demand was for the few offerings, spreads being reported, %e higher. For cash barley tha premium remains un- changed at over Jory. Oats doted tower for _ higher for October, PeccmVfr. which was quoted for the first today, Barle'yfcloEed lower for July, aod SMr for October. Fiai 9 dnwn for July, and lower for Oc- tober. Quotations. Open. Close. -12414 122bid 3314 s July October July .170 October 150 PLAX-, July RYE Not quoted; Cash Prices No. 2 O.W...126 No. S C.W.. Kitra No. 1 Feed Xo. 1 Feed. .125 No. 2 Feed Track 1C8 416 432, iteera wd htlfen mtgkti if at W.W to 19.60. The hor market was pickers bidding 119.60 for selects, fed wat- ered. Foreign Exchange Makes Mis slonary Work x Is Separate Item. OTTAWA, June first Ques- tion taken up at the ninth sedernnt of.the general assembly of the Pres- ebnrch meeting in Chalmers church this morning, the report of the finance committee of the church for ths past year'and Including the budget tor the year.. Thfc-_report was .presented by John A. Patterson, K.C., of Toronto, chair- ,i26 .125 .124: 122 Senate BUI to Control of Co id Operations in District No. 18 Is Up for Second Read- ing. MACKENZIE IKING MAY WAIT UNTIL HARVEST Xo. So. 4-CiW. Feed FLAX- man. -The followingr, be announced, are the estimates of the Presbyterian Church the, year 1921; -which, amount to O7'er: The bud- gel; alono The .abnormal ;.eost-of: foreign ss- change.has mads It'extremely difficult for tho board-of: foreign "missions to do Its work-under existing: conditions. 1__ j No. 1 N.WiC. board accordingly; recommendi :Xo. 2 C.W.-..438 No. Condemned..341 Track .1 ...442% NO. 2 c.w. New Vork'Stocks i that exchange be placed in estimates as, a estimates ba advanced- over., those for In harmony vrith the. policy of the past the budget estimate's church for 1921" be Hied at Calgary Livestock CALGARY, June Live- stock vrero 371 catlle on- sale at the yards fdJay. There -was net miicX movement In but tho mirke't was on a par with last beef steers making about 'A few'butcher calves ina-do.from JlS.OOto S14.00 aewt Slock calves'made fs to a cwt, and heavy sto'ckers from to There were no hogs .or sheep liiithq market .s Livestock. June 7. (Dominion Branch.) 4o3 cattle; 33 sheep.'-The1 today, opened trading' 'CHolcc'sleefs isto. fair to good, J9.60 to Choice heifers 'changed -at to" Chojc.0 bqtcher -JS.50. to re'al Jane Canadian the house this afternoon Hon. W. Fackenile King. when a -writ would be Issued for a bye-elBctlon In Baft Hrjn. Sir Kobert. replied that he would make ecqutrfea into clrcain- etaacee. He understood that a limit (Ued by staiuts. D.' D. lleKenzle, Bretoa North, read a copy of a teleKrani he had re- ceived asking If the..treaty concluded betwrea Canada and .the Tjnlted States rfrgarding nsherles would be BabmitUd to parliament for ratlBca- tion. Sir Robert said that when the offl cbil teit ot the treaty wan recelTCd, consideration would ha given to the matter. _ Hon. iL Lemieux .how long ho Canada-Weal Indies conference wonld bo in tessfon, a roll re- port of the proceedings woald bo mltted to parliament during tb.0 pres- ent session. Sir Robert Borden replied that .the conference expected to conclude Its work (It the conference came to. any definite they would have tO'be auhmltted to parlia- ment in the form of legislation. Third reading was given to Hon Mr. Rowell's hill to amend the Civil Service 1918, and the Civil Ser- CIVIC EMPLOYEES 1 POSTPONE STRIKE MOOSE Sask., Juno. civic employees have postponed their strike notice, from nooa today until 5 o'clock' on' Tuesday night.. Negotia- tions are'still-proceeding-and a com mittee appointed from tho council mel representatives of. all.the departments and thoroughly discussed the questions .at. Issue. Further concessions were offered on both sides and the commit tee will of the be held this morning It is believed now that a: strike wi) The solves an'stlll being prepared to abide by the decision of a board of arbltra lion, and are ready to remain at yrork until that a. board alter all bo granted toithem. vice Amendment A1 Tho house wei Act, ;nt-lnli .0 committee, on IS OVER FOR TOUR OTTAWA, J one _ national Liberal itlon committee Is to meet at Ub- rapheftdqnarters tomorrow for cnielon of organisation matters It i eipected that one of the subjects committee wDl ije Hon. Mac- kenzie tour ot tbe western pror- ys.? which was planned to start 1m- lately after "tho secsion ended. In view of tie possibility of (he ses- sion July i, or a little ooger, loay .be a change of plans, with ltiv trip bams deterred uatllaf- .e'r'th'a pnlria-farmers have finished isrvesthtg. Should a start be made Irom Ottawa toward tho latter aod ot July; te revised with Sir King his tour A Ksnitobi Instead of British Oolinn- __'In thU way the prairie provlncts coutd be corerad, before harrertini started. raiphaslM her u foal, vv cvrnkjhod, 100 cent. American girl, with pi rely Ideal of 'American girl of your the of Jresiners. KlaluA llamenteln is a girt. With big gray eyes that giltter ihtrk browt and long ctrllng ot rich, browa hair, an infecttoos smile that two even rows of wonderfully white, teeth and a girlish llth- someneiB that bespeaks ol rare Ical .attainmwiU, Elaine Is 5omethinic more tbaxi 5 wonderful girl. Although only twenty-two she has carefully moulded her future, and to doing so the vu compelled to take by Uio horns; twist ifj neck, and shape her own destiny. Elaine Is the descendant ot 'a theatrical family, but she prefers the movies as an occupa- tion. However, It ts her belief that a girl, loving llfa and its better things are ibly pot by this duo. Fred Kilmer will offer "Mammy Hirrison" fn a hamoroag Ethiopian direrslou. There ii a big wrprlse atj the finish of this act which will fnm-j tsh .noreJly to the audience. Ionise Glaum in -The Ocddets of! Ijoet is a very good photo- j play feature, "XSood Gracious a Jolly comedy, the Patho and the Colonial orchestra will com- plete the ehow. MINSTRELS PERFORM AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT (his Hill's Ulnstrels will-make its initial appearance of the season at the Majestic thratre tonight. This well known organisation is composed o( upwards of sixty capable artlsU who are sure to carry any or- ganization to Wilson., a veleran of numerous minitrel i troupes. Is still one. of tho chief fun- i makers of the company. He Is given as the follow commercial every opportunity to display his rare WOOL LARGE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis Itepresenllng J, KOSHLANO CO. BOSTON Dominion 'Block Lethbrldge, Alta. QPENING AUCTION SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE STOCK REPOSITORY 808 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH' WILL BE HELD ON Saturday, (Next) June mil ONE.O-OLOCK P.M, llie wilt'to sold to highest blMer: 1 bay gelding, 10 yean old, weight 1600 Ibs.; 1 bay years old, with Ibfl.. 1 roatf jnaro, S years old, with foal at weight 1500 Ibs.j 1 bay 12 years at Bids, weight 1250 Iba.; I bay, gelding, S years old, weight: 1200 Ibs.; 1 black mare. 7 years oldVVelght 1150 1 brown raare, 4 years old, weight 1160 Ibs.; 1 brown'maro, 2 old; i brown yfarling filly; 1 toaui well matched blnck! gelvllngs, 6 p.nd '6 years r olrt, weight 2SOO Ibft-; 1 aod 9 years old, 2800 Ibs., Bound anil good to work; 1 bayHeanvS and. 6 .years old, weight 2SOO Ibfl., sound and good geUlrig, 4 years.old, 1200 Ibs., sound, and gooil to i'.BBddlfl mare, 9 yeara 1200 Iba.. 1 2 year old colt; 1 gray maro (gnod brood 1 black well broke; 1 dark brown maro, 7 yoxnr oM; 1 and'1'Z-ycar- old, unbroken; 3 yoarllngn. Atao 2S Head of good general purpose work horses From B to 8 years old, In good ivinilitkm and well broke. Abjo 2O Head of good milk c'ows Some with calves nt v i One Moline Wagon, Good as New; One Good Set Harness, Hon. Dr. Tolmie's resolution propos ing legislation .to regulato the salo and Inspection bt commercial fcedlni stuffs, bran, shorts, middlings chopped feeds. Jleglslrallon to be rcnowed from year to year is proposed as a neces sary the sales of com merclal feeding stuffs in Canada an; an advisory board is'proposed to su pervise and regulate the quality..Pen allies are provided for: an- infringe- mbnt of the regulations. Dr. Tolmio made axbrief. explana -ticn of the resolution, stating that' it vas introduced for tlie purpose ..ot bringing: in a bill. It was'proposed, he said, to.tufri ove'f ,the adminlatra- tion ol act to the minister of agricullure. Previously this'act had been admin' tfitered'by. departinent of'public health. He referred lo "the serious losses among catlle duo to black eoeda iu It to s'pect' aud'analyze feeds.' 'i 1 Tho resolution wag carried bill based upon it given first reading. ...Second reading was. then given to an act to amend the'customs .tariff-of 1907. The bill was put through com- mittee in a few minutes .with no op; position. Continue Coal Director tha senate Mil, respecting the director ot coal operations came up (or second Hon. Arthur Mel gben 'slaled that it provided for, con- tinuing the office of director-in'Dis- trict IS. Hon. Mr. said that he thought the. people of this country acked an adequate comprehension ol lio menace which winter .was. He bad always thought, govern meut should take every action .to" iii sure the production of coal BO tha ho countiy would not be faced.wllh a Ko understood that the ob ject of the bill was lo insure the op erallon ot Iho mines iu District 18: Mr. Melghen replied that ibis wi the case, 'i The present director, Mr hud succeeded in estah llshhig a certain measure of ccnfidcnc between the miners and operators in District 18. If theie was no director capable of tween the was always .danger ot the slopped. pDrsolti 'only and is frank to .much. This strongly domestic lendencies buried deep-in soul. GIPSIES ARE OLD SEE "THE AT STARLAND Gipsies had already built, up a bad reputation for themselves 'as early as the twelfth." century: 'An ancient man; nscrlpC'prb.bably written lu the year 1122, describes them as follows: "Hagar had a SOB from whom were born .the.'Chalu'mlde. Hagar had that'child-she named it lEmael. from. whom, the, Ismaclits descend who loumey through- tbe land, and call Ihem' c'haUamldb, may evil befal .thein! They sell only things with blemishes, and for whatever they sell they always ask more'than its real'value. They cheat the people to whom'they Bell. .They have no home, no they are satisfied to llvo in tents, they wander over the country, they deceive'the people, they cheat, ThiovWthe gipsies may be, but they also'are a fery. romantic people. The picturesque side of their livea is talents and does so with an eclat and skill commensurate with hlj abilities and recognized talents. Same bt the other notables Jn the show Jimmy Wall. Jack Kenapdy, Ert- inonds, William Wilt- son, Kred .Freddy, Denys, Mai .Maitu, Three Cates, William and Meredith. Hananctmn Confer Abont Coal from Alberta June which will probably have a far-reach- ing effect on, the markets for .Alberta coil at conference between the Canadian-manufacturers and the coal operators here today, when tho .ques- tion pi coal supply for neit winter for Ontario was discussed. The meeting closed 'doors, and Mayor. Brbw.n refusedfjo givo out any ola lenient at forwards: The manufact- urers have "expressed grave concern regarding the coal .supply for neit winter since there is little hope of shown.jn ".Tho Sneak, In which Gladys securing supplies from' the States, ow- BraikWell plays _theLFort of _a gipsy Inc'to congested- conditions there. WILL CONCILfATE MOOSQ J.ASy. Ing's meeting of thescity'council it was derided to grant V board ot concilCa- Iron to'BetlTeTaejwaee uispulebetwesn the- clly employees, provided cLainhaii of thei board be ono of thn u'dges- of the.'court of King's Bench a or. a. Judge' of the WHAT ourt of ARE YOU ABOUT? GLAD Mary Pickford'trNew; Picture Start! r Game.. new fad, Ei roct': the commn- nItyV'All.lsof.ts of people bave taken t tp adopt. You it in a minnieT without any practice. If you happen, to slip on rour way home from your office anil ;o down kerplump on 'the all yon have to do to' be in the to smlla and say to. tie sympathetic onlookers who help .you to. your feet with a few consoling'! words, "Oh, that's all rjght 'Nothing at all. I'm glad, clean glad through, lhat I did not broak'my leg." Thte, the greatest of all Mary Pick- ford pictures yet Biiown, is starting lie run' at the Empress. -sThe; piotars is at Slarlaud :ohight and; tomorrow. Pleasing Shovre at Popular prices Today and Tuesday James llrady, Eddie .Gallagher, Jack Hayes, Johnny Buckley, and twenty live other singers, dancers and comei-! ana. H is described as'a well-balanced j iggregatidu advocnUug the cause of i laughter, music, singiag. dscciug hilar-: revelry, raerriment, novelty .and i surprise. All toW, a typical ininjtrel! offering built on new lines but at the i same time clinging to tbe traditions; of a purely American form-of enter-[ talnment which age, tiiae and chang- i ing fashions' doos not seem to wither.! A free street parade'-, and a bend! concert is also promised. j VAUDEVILLE Another Dandy Show 1 THE 'ALOHA A NIGHT IN HAWAJl" A Tunefu! Hawaiian Mudcal Fantasy HAWAIIAN MUSICAL ACT TOPS >'HIP" VAUDEVILLE AT-COLONIAL TODAY-TUES. A .fine "Hin" Vaudeville bill will bo presented at .the Colonial theatre today and Tuesday. Featured on the bill will be seen .the Aloha Hawaiian: in their tuneful musical act, "A iii Hawaii." Hawaiian innslc and enough hnlax hnia dancing to make it Interesting will brighten up the act. Jack Bird will offer. "Sports of the Range." These two sons of the West have a new and' novel -stago offering that IB redolent of the plains. Some remarkable sharp shooting and fancy roping li dons by the bo'yli. 'i Hal Davis, and In "A Bright have an interesting and snappy act which IB bound to please. Plenty of comedy and smart dialogue TONIGHT Foflow the Gipsies! Get into the Get a woodland whiff. Revel In roniance. Come and see "The Sneak" m WHICH GCADYS BROCKWELL her bow a gipsy priucess in a fasclnollng story of the caravan and 'ts fortune- v telling wafldorors. WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION 2 Fred, Kilmer "MAMMY HARRISON" A Comical Ethiopian Wwrslon 3 HAL DAVIS AND LOUISE DUNBAR In." A BRIGHT IDEA" Niny Glnglng and Talking Act 4 PASCALE PERRY ouisted by JACK BIRD Two of the ht "SPORTS OF THE- RANGE" 5 Extra Special Attraction LOUISE GLAUM In the ftalure photoplay "THE GODDESS OF LOST LAKE" When you've seen thli wonder- play, you'll say wtth ua that "It's one of the year's plcturet." 9 "GOOD GRACIOUS GRACE" Strand Comedy 7 PATHE REVIEW. 1 The Novelty Reel Colonicl Orcbestra OF YOUR DREAMS a girl aa you have often dreamed about Is Nancy Price as por- trayed 'by Elaine Hammerstein in her first: Selznlck picture, Country by Booth Tarkington and Julian Street, which cornea to the Colonial for two Wednesday of this. week. effect the refreshingly sweet, modest, whole-souled and sympathetic country lass, hearty-and healthy and imbued deeply only to bo her natural self. Eho is .STOCK BUYERS MAKE A POINT TO ATTEND THIS IMPORT- ANT SALE. FRANK WADDINOTON A. MARSH, Auctioneer. Clerk, ecziptlon of her and her worldly 'pur- OKawa Judgment Claim? In- creaata Granted Are Not Excessive. EMPRESS Now Play ing Matinew: Adults 40s; Children 10o Evenings: Adulta Children 15c Mary Pickford TOLLYANNA' Eleanor H. Porter's Glad Play 8 AND REMEMBER. You'll Thli Burner Show Today and Tuesday at oar 'reg- ular orloofi. Tho Groftt Combined Vaudeville and Photoplay Show for Adutts Kte, KlWiei 25c. Mstlnci Dally at 240 NlghU at 7 and 9 Increased rates on commercial tele- graph messages Ihroughout Canada will como Into effect on June 14 next, according to Information received hero today. Tho order of tho Canadian railway commission declaring that larifts become effective "not earlier thnn Junft 14" states that the new rates havo been checked anil scaled by the'commission's tramp department and some slight changes made in 1he arbitrary scaling suggested in tht board's recent Judgment on tho sub- ject, That judgment irantel; Increases which averaged 32; cent, on traffic in Kaslern Canada nnd 20. per cent, in Weslern vision of an arbitrary 2T> per ceni, on transcontliienUl 'fiat rate. The commission's current ruling slates that tho rales, aa finally checked and scaled, arc not, on the average, ex- cessive of the increased base as pro- vitloil for under Eu'.e 3 of tho previous order. vYoti can generally tell when, tho licart by Ihe taint and dizzy spells, tho shorlness of hrealh, palpi- lallon, throbbing, Irregular beating, smothering sensations, weak, sinking, all-gone feeling, choking sensation, elc. Many and women becomes run- down cut otherwise they could 09 stiong and heillhy if they, would only pay sotno attention lo the first sign of heart weakness. No remedy will do BO much to mafco the heart regain strength and vigor, its beat and restore it to a healthy and normal condition as Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve: rills. Mrs. C.- A. S. Drains, Paris, Ont.. on (owards the second box of Milbnrn'a Heart anil Nerve Pills and find they have done mo good. 1 those fainting, once in a while, and filso >veak- nfas and shortness ot breath, and would become-so choked up at times I could'hardly sleep without elttlng up In bed. When walking tod fast I would liava to stop and try to catch ray I feel a lot better since I have used your pills and know that they have helped mo wonderfully as I have improved very much." I'rico 600 a box at all dealers or mailed direct of prlco by Tlia T. Uralted, Toronto, Majestic This School Accepts Canadian Currency at full valM la' paymeat ot tuition. Two June 7 8 tonight at Tuesday Night at. GUS HILL'S EVER FIFTY ALL WHITE COMEDIANS, SIMGERS AND DANCERS ANO THE GREAT GEORCIE WH-SOM WATCH FOR THE BIO STREET PARADF. tOc Seats Now Selling at Armstrong RO'.vorth's We occupy all this bunding. Our policy of standing tho dif- ference In exchange on Canadian Currency Is I" keeping with our 20-year record o[ giving the mosl thorough business training under oipert teachers anil with modwn equipment at a reaoon- ablo coal. fcr our complelfl catalog anil a FREE copy of "Bircrt IJuslrcss tunctufltion.'1 WTien In Spokane, vlstt our school. Visitors a ro always c'omj. NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE, with which is combined SCHOOL M. M. IHClIiW, Pros. A, H KAUB, Boo, ;