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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE'S, 1920 THE DAILY HERALU PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE a deeper did tht Blase the pist seems to drop Into oblivion play which earned only the last- MARKETS WINNIPEG. Juno offerings again were the outstanding feature of Use market today.. There was a fair inquiry for cash "oats at spreads from unchanged to half cent higher. No..3 4 cash parley was also In fair de- mand. Beth the flax and rye markets continued qulel., Oats-closed Itjc. higher for July; October IHc December lower; barley 2 cents down for July and half cent lower tor October; flax lower for July, and 2c higher for October. Quotations Open. Close. July :.............J23 October......... 02 S3 IN NORTH SASK.IO .December n AH October......... July October quoted. Cash Prices No. 2 C.W...128 Kxtra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. 127 Track......... Me-; 3 C.W...1S7 Rejected.. MoTKi Mo.'l N'.W.C...... Ko. 2 C.W...433V4 Condemned .33GV4 SS 447 437 lea 147 .44114 434 No. 3 CAV...12S No. 2 No. 4 C.W...162 Feed 157V No. 3 C.W...38114 Tiack Railway Cpmmiltee iri N. P.'s Budget Tax Proposals. OTTAWA, June accommodate soldier Settlers, uorlh and cast of i'rince Albert, was glvec by lion. 3 Hold as the iiiiiir. reason for the Cana- dian National Railway's wishing tu instruct approximately 110 mllej'. of new. branch railway In that district bdiore the railway committee today. 11 iras explained that the soldiers' set- tlement board had placed many men, while the is already well set- tled. The will be started this year. On the'suggesllon of Hou) 1. A. Cal- Government Ship Delayed OTTAWA. Juno W. L. Mac- Kenzie King read a telegram when the house opened this afternoon, from Vancouver. In yhlch some shippers complained .that they had lost valu- able orders through ths failure of the government ship "Canadian Inventor" to clear that port. Freight bookod- for Mfrch and April loading was still on the dock and the delay was said to ho caused by a dispute between the gov- ernment and the contractors. The minister of marine replied that he. go into the matter. Ho tad ot the transaction, but off-hand ho could say that the real cause of the delay In completing the Canadian Invenfcr was a strike appreciation ol'.ibe eeoenl public but also brought forth' irqrdi of pmiis from President' and the Theodore Jifler he ha'd seen the play RooKwlt said: "'The Country Cousin' is Amer- ic.a "Tiea Tit-ed by PresMes' and Mrs. Wilson, the nation's chief executive himself as having htd "much and said that Mrs. Wllscn and himself particularly admired the play both because of the "simplicity, sincerity .and dignity" iq which it was presented and because there had teen done something "thoroughly worth doing." In its filming as a Sclmick picture, the famous play of Dcoth Tarktagton .and Julian Street has received 'some Sympathetic and colortujly dramatic treatment to enhance its worth as an interesting story typical of American life today. There was no dis- ivas der It was decided to sanction a linejln the shipyards, approximately 50 miles, this being pute in which the government sufficient to cover this year's require- concerned, incuts. The committee favored con slructlon of a Hue u) southern Saskat- Winnipeg -Livestock WINNIPEG, Juno 8. (Dominion 156 cattle ''and 200 hogs. Slov." trading was again.in progress this morning, .with, quotations ;.nn- butcher cattle: fairly In line" Vlth yes- terday's stcckers .and feeders appear to bo a trifle7.easier. Good butcher steers made sales from to with fair to good from 110.31) to S13.00. Chciico female 112.00 to S 14.00, and fair to good, ?S.50 to chewan, near the United States border line. This, it was stated, would se- cure grain carrying business now go- ing to' a line on the American side. A7 bill providing that electric rail- ways shall remain the provincial governments' jurisdiction, was left over to enable counsel for the city of Vancouver to'he heard. Taxes OTTAWA; June of the government; was the main a caucus of the National Progressive parly today. While ho statement was issued, it is that several the propos- als ivlll be the floor of the The hog market' opened weaker. Packers bid 50 cents lower, selected be- ing quoled at New York Stocks NEW YORK, 'June P. R., 112S; U. S. Steel. U. S Steel preferred, 105S. WOOL LARGE OR.S.MALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis llcprescjiting J. KOSHLAND CO. ..j, i BOSTON Dominion Block. Lethbrldge, In answer to A. C. Durnler, of Belle- chasse, Sir Robert that the report of the board ot commerce would be tabled tomorrow. Captain G. C. Power, of Quebec, asked whether there was any truth in the report .that the government proposed bringing In new le'glslation for the control of newsprint paper. Sir Robert Borden that any announcement on that matter would made in due course. D. 'A. Lafortune, Jacaues Cartier, Cflused'some amusement by asking whether It was the .intention of the government to increase the salarie; o( cabinet ministers, members of par- liament and judges. Get Speaker's OTTAWA, June house ol commons this afternoon, on motion of Sir Robert llord.cn, seconded by Hon. We Cannot Cure All of the human body -with glasses. We CAN, however, advise you whether eyestrain and its attendant complications contributory to your present discomfort. Make an early appointment For an -examination by our sight specialist. F. H..WILKINS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE S. PHONES: ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" name "flayer" Is the Dmmt- 'print of genuine Aspirin. 3t posi- tively identifies the.'only genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nineteen years and now made hi Canada, Always buy an unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of Anpirin" which contains proper directions for Coldj, IfeAfUchr1, Tocthachp, Knrachc, Nen- Rhenmiilism, Neuri- tis, Joint and Tain generally, Tin boxes of 13 Ublela coal but a few cents. Larger "Bayer" packages. There it only one mutt gay Xiplrin tradft mark (Kfflitered In Canada) of Manufacture of tif WhlTo It U well known lhat Arplrtn mannfarltiro. lo nvflitl ngnlnsl (Vf. TCTTchl fl? Vlrcr >rc ctulr (cncial tcade jaark, "leaver and alttough she his always re- for her diamcteriialioiis, people will froti this day on. remember her; as tho "Glad Oiri" of Iho screen. greslest ot all "Pol- the girl who brought more cheer and gladness to hearts, old and than any othqr single person known. CLASSY VAUDEVILLE AT'COLONIAL TOMIGHT .Per the tonight, week's 'new Hipprcdronge Vaudeville Bhow offered at the Colonial On the hill of four ads will be strn I'ascale Ferry and Jack Bird- in a re- markable.. Western, novelty act; tbo Aloha Hawaiian Duo in "A Night in MINSTREL SHOW FINELY STACEO AT THE MAJESTIC Enjoyed by Audlince Mon- day Night There Is always tomcthinf inex- plicably attractive about a minstrel Bhow. Perhaps it Is bfccause of the many darkey folk stories handed down from the tiroc'ot the Civil War; per- haps it is because of the macy songs that hate hninortalized the south: why speculate? the fact if. young.aud old. rich siid poor, nev- er weary of the old-iiuie minstrel shon-s. This, being admitted. Gus Hill's .Minstrels which are at present occupying ihc Majestic theatre, ought to prove a great attractipn for lovers cf this type ot eutertalnuient. In the last decade three minstrel shows have stood out prominently above all 5'rimroEC's and _ Hal Davis and Louise Dun- illlls' sml "rtainly the lasi Is v" bar In '-'A Bright a tine torn- edy offering. Mammy Harrison in a curious Eihiouiah. diversion. "The Qoddeis of Lost Lake" Is a greai feature picture in which Glaum Is.BUrred, and some other