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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE THE -UPmmRlDfiE DA1LT HERAIli PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS June was a entinued good for cash oats ind odi} cars that ciine on the market Quickly Vlspoeed of at spreads 'unchanged to %c better. The demoml t-for 3-. barley continued 'Sirdhs land tea premium.advanced one cent [making it'24 centl over July. Oats closed 5 cents higher for I July. up for October, and higher for December, barter i cents higher for. July and _J for October; flax CH cents down (for-Julr and 6c lower [July....... I Oct ..s Close 82V. SE Barley- July Oct jttlv Oft Jlye Not quoted. Oath Prices 2 CW, 135, 3 1 teed, 133 3 C.W., 415 CW, 133 Arthur Olson Wat Almost Help TanUc And Is Now Well and Happy. PlaT-1 N.W.C., 433. Rye-pS aw. 2S5. Calgary Livestock CALOAnV, June' at the ookyards today 394 cattle, aud 17 hogs. Not much movement was ecorded. A few'butcher cattle were tfered, but the bult was stockers. ulte a bit of this stock should have ayed in the 'country and w'll have o there, so the state. Julcher were weak as tha stuff ffered was not top graded The hlgh- price was 113.75 for ;top COWB lock -cattle for fcedinp and heifers or breeding brought to No hogs were sold and tho market was weak P Purnb uvivors offered 19.50. New York Stockt. NEW YORK June 9 Closing ,ales C P H- IU 1-8 United States Iteel, 93 E-8; United Stalei Steel pre- ened, 105. M. GOVERNMENTS RECORD ISSUE IN ELECTION IN MANITOBA NOW Man.. June re- cord of the govern administra lion Is the real Issue-in the forthcom ing provincial elections, H A C Man max, chairman of the Association general campaign .coin mittee declared in an :he .Winnipeg Tele-gramc hare right from'the' commencement. In Manitoba Iried to make schools a public foot Mr. Manning sal i In1 regard to the educational policv of tho govern I slated by Mrs. Burrows, of Hamilton, 1 Ont., deputy grand mistress: Mrs. Dan Alton, associate deputy grand uils- trvss; Mrs. J. Gordon, of Toronto, grand secretary; Mrs. J. J. Tulk. of i Vancouver, grand nUstress, and many j others. Tho eleclion of'officers resulted as follows: .Grand mistress, Mrs. D. Alton, Ed.- luoniOD; deputy grand mistress, Mrs. A. Davidson, Calgary; aBsociale dep- uty ;g'rand .mistress, Mrs. Prodgers, grata chaplain, Mrs. Her. Indeterminate Pastorate Will Be Thing of Past Soon-It Pres- byteries Agree. M. li yVrighl.-VermllUon; grand scc- retan Mrs Bofsford, kamonton; gran! treasurer, Mrs Johnston, Mann- yille; grand lecturers, Mrs. F.-Sinlrl, Druroheller, and Mrs. Anderson, Cal- OTTAWA, June Important features at tho lath .session- of Presbyterian general assembly, tils morning were tho reconsideration, of ihe place of meeting for next year, which will now be In Toronto, instead of-Vancouver, as formerly. and the pass'ng of a motion wh'ch practically does awav with the inde- terminate term of pastorate of the Presbyterian niinSslere.. It was decid- ed to send to presbyteries for, their consideralion'the inotiou which recorij- mended a seVen-year term for, minis- ters. Tt was agreed, however, that .should there be no'application .from .cither the minister or congregation; there would be no change. During'the discussion on the place of meeting for next year, there was a lively scene.when .Her.-Dr. Pringle- supported a" motion .that the .meeting be In Winnipeg.' Prof. FUNERALOFIAIE ment The Conservatives have never i real alleged that (he reason for Mr dons that They believe that the edu J Priujle s support was because of the cation of tho.children should not be i question of organic union, which Tvll! made a political Issue In any manner I come up for discussion at that and they do not propose to change ulv Prof Welsh insisted that Dr the public school laws so far they' Prlrjgle was in of the union as] nd were also ths majority, of tho inem-1 OTTAWA, 'June' liquor referendum for Ontario will be fceld.on Monday, Oct- ober 25, it was learned this afternoon: The date has: not been formally ftaed but arrangements are being made for the" this date In view: Slalo and female electors alike will vote; the Itota being prepared Tin tho'; basis-of franchise bill now before parliament. An endeavor will be mada-to have all the proUudal referenda reqitest- on' three provinces signified (heir desire for b'erta and Ontario. 33, June. by cabinet' ministers, deputy minsters, high officials of the civil servlje. and mcny hundreds of friends, the remains of tho late Valentine Winkler, Mani- minister agriculture, who died suddenly Monday night, was held at Morden today." A funeral oration delivered by Alex, McLepd, crown prosecutor here, a Kfe-lbng'friehd'of .Mr. Wtnkler. The (funeral service was the Methodist church by Rev. A. Wilson. was paid- to the sterling dual- ties possessed by.tne dead raiuister nd which had won Jor. him rocognl- Jon during life. V.. Tho pall bearers, were: Hon. T. H. lobuson, Ai B. 'Hudson, Oeorgo A. Grierson, J. B.'Baird, John Williams, and J. H. Brans, deputy uita- ster of agriqulitire. Tho production gives ono a relief from every-day things and turns one's thoughts from the trials' and tribula- tions of nun to his eontier side, for every man and woman has a geutier side souio time or olher and the one picture that can reach it is "Polly- aima." Such a bright sunbeam has not flit- .ed across the screen at the Empress Theatre at any llniif, and those who saw Miss Pickford iu the Java a lasting reminder of iier for a long time to come. To enable Hie school children !o see this wonderful plclure the Empress will hold a matinee 0! Thursday afternoon from 4 pm. to >.30 at the small admission, price of 'Coma in, iVwas hoping yon woul call, for I wanted to tell you how muc (food Tanlac has done said Arthur of 832 Fender street East, Vancouver, B C when tho Tan lac representative called to sec ho ifif getting on the medtcim ''Ever since I caiiio frcrn-Siglaud Sew months fago, I have been iu poo health." she continued ii> stomac wau order and I was always fee ing sick. I had BO appetite anil scarcely enough to keep a bird aliv I had to bo dontmualh taking mee cino constipat on dme almost ifranifc Viith headaches, whe 3 -would'nave- to lie dovaij-fpr- hou with cold, bandage on mv Core head I ha.d pains in tho small of m> back that hurt mo especially when ever I stooped over, and rheumatism In mj limbs and shoulders so bad that for three weeks I could hardly rnovi1 my arms I had to give up all hean work and it as much as T to Just straighten up the ho rot verv nervo'us and uv ileep before two or three ing I was simply lifele-s, to walk feven a .short'olslance wiuli lira'me fut tnd I Just wanted to He down all he time. iou can see bv all iheso bottles many kinds of meclicino I have in my efforts to get well But anlac did what all tho others failed do, and now after taking onlj threa relate to the teaching of English and compulsory attendance Tlje rtal fasue today la the record 'active administration of the of tha assembly from western Canada It just an attempt to localize the question, .he said. of the have- conducted It in an economical alion of the place of meeting was lhat government whether the> Tho reason for the reconsider manner or noL We say they have not. We say thev have-conducted the ad ministration of this province extrava- gantly -The nominated men for representation In constituencies In which they reside Mr Manning ould said The ConservatUes onl> nomi nate men who reside in tho coustit uency Horinstanced the nomination rsi o' J Amenych Rutuenian resid jrig In Winnipeg, to cam tna Liberal nag for Fisher, and of T D Jarles, Winnipeg'to represent the Tsovem ment for Olioh JDlsfranchlsement of hundreds of vot lers will be the result if the electfon is in the tho week, Mr Man nlng opined bolleved that Mou dav Is'the best date for it as the ueeV. end will voters an opuortunltv -of- reaching; tho polling elation and manyot theBTwOjlld not vole if torcctl lo remain from working hours during the middle of tho week of economy It said that the cost to meet in Vancouver .would be while tho cost if Toronto were decided on, was Many insinuations were made, how- ever that the church union question was the real reason for b-mging up the iiuesllou again Tohn NB, THREE DROWNED vWHEN :UMOUSrNE GOES INTO CANAL; TIRE BURST MONTREAL; Jane women and'a'man were drowned, while two olher women aud two men had a nar row-escape when a.liniouEine charged into the'HIchelleu canal at Chamberly Canton.laet evening. -Just as'lhe ma chine' was take the bridge over the on the right lear wheel the machiiio swerred.and charged to one side into the canal. The occupants'were pinned insldo -nithont a chance escape The victims are Jean Hap lisle Cnrbil 46 Descouraelles, Hon.ValWinklerof Manitoba Govt. Dead MORDBN, Man., June Val Winklar, minister of agriculture for Manitoba; .died .suddenly at his.horns hero Monday night. The deceased had come to his farm on 'Saturday night feeling fit but took ill on Sunday and was taken to-the hospital, whe'ro ho died at to- night He .was one of tha oldest mem- bers of legislature, he- ing first elected in 1S92, and with only one he contested a fed cral seat, sitting there ever slnco. The late minister had not for a long time been in good health, suffering from bright's' disease which lead to complications 1 ''that hastened his death.- Goldwyn Star Falls All Over Herself in "Steamboat Shoes" In Ragtime -Mabel Normaid, the raruplsh liltle Goldwyn comedy star, will appear ai Starland tonight and tomorrow when her new picture, starts. The ivSirusIcal actrqss Is seen as tljo molder of fancy-Ico creams In the cellar of a palallal hold. She wears boy's togs, a rakish cap, and boots far too roomy for her tiny feetr A feature of her rig Is the enor- mous shoes, of wooden sole and rub- ber flippety-ftop around the ice cream'freezers in the dank cellar ol the place where "upstairs" Is a fairv- land unknown to her. Through the aid of a supposed bell- boy, played "admirably by Cullen Lan- dls, she is able to view the higher pre- cincts of the hostelry In a One laily's gowp. But her shoes! She is so entranced by the finery that she forgets her awk- ward footft'ear'until-she la In the- lobby. The elevator operator laughs at her, but she scorns him', parading In fine style until, She stubs an ungainly .toe on a monster heel, aud Comes up frowning, only to discover tho absence of proper slippers." Her wils tire at an until she lies a ludy at a writing desk with slippers removed from burning feel. ?o she sidles over, starts a note, then clotl-hoppers off .aud tho lady's pumps on: She makes her escape, but runs smack into a Just what .would you have done if you were young child? But see what Mabel Normand at the slaVey did, and how she won a five- tbouAtid dollar reward, marriedxthe "bell-boy" mlllioaalre, aud wag hap pier-.than any _glrl in a fairy. THREE BYE ELECTIONS FOR ONTARia LEGISLATUBEJ the Ontario legislature are necessan and there will be a third one if the I loO to 123 a resignation of D M Hogarth ,-ottles I am woH and happs it first I her for Port reaches the of ill gave mo an end settle.-! I Speaker Tho resignation is T-nUer, tt} stomach so that my food vreen I nnd awaits release when Iho member me I lost all signs consults his constituents and the nalns In mj back nnd limbs. dlEappcarBd.'I nm no long constipated and haven t had a iheadache slrica :i; finished tho'.tirit- nerves are much better and. I- sleep.'ns..well >s-1.ever .dill In lite. I htivp lost that tjred feeling. nd, in .am.'so full of. energy 1 ant about all the time. ft walkca for rniics ut; u her lay even got tired. I Just Ihink .Tanlac ia splendid'-anrt. 1 shall always recommend It." Tan lac is sold in bethbridgo Jofin D lliglnbothim Co i- Coal Stationery Store, and In Wnriior by Mrs. N. Der- _ Grand Lodge of L. O" B. A. Has Ueen Instituted in AlVrta Milk For Breakfast Fresh Pure Milk Our Own Dairy Herd. Quarts, Prices night Service Perfect SotOe. Yon? Milk Annoyances and .Phone 1142, A. J. Butterwkk Son North Lethbrldgfl Dairy Northeast Toronto Seat did not-have a in tile last legislature, as Mon Dr CoifJ re signed before the. House met That seal bo openediup shortly, it is understood. Hon.'Harry Mills becomes Minister of Mines must go back to Kort William for reelection Tho matter of tho 11> dro and tho 'Great5 Pnlp Company will play a Marge partviu bolli bye-elections- In'. the twin cities if Mr. Hogarth resigns. H is said he is. resigning as a protest igamst tho Mission site approval by Ihe Government.: This'slto is nearer Fort William, and In tho caso of JfK Hogarth resigning. It will likely bo pulled-into the-Fort--William bye- election as an Issue. The Hydro is in conrls Hon Mr Mills Is. at..present, home iu Fort William i dele. gates. In j-attendance-re presenting Orange- lodges 'tHrouahout North America the ninety first annual convention. of-thevGrand Orange Lodge of British America opened m the I O hall this after noon; with Grand Master Hora- ttOjC.-'Hocken. of: Toronto, in the chair. Grand Lodge, L..O. S. A. CALGARY, prorincla grand lodga for-Alberta-of the Ladj Tvo-olher drowning fatalities over the week end .Save been reported. A oMlstfcnrv'if-jWare immersed at 3onal' Island when tlie'r boat cap- sized and one of'them was drowned. iA. boy named Pabin 'Dorcher got beyond his .depth" in'a. quarry and was drowned MUST HAVE PERSbNAL GUARANTEE FOR RAILROAD THE PAS, Man., June the. province "of' Manitoba will. under- take to bu'ld a railwa} from The Pa: to'Flin Flon', a distance-of about.S miles, 'certain conditions must bo declared Hon. Edward Brown proimpial treasurer, dddressing a, meeting of his constituents here re- centl> It was net he said, lo have the guirantee of a joint stock company that, operations would be ladsornV -Influence of. Mary- Pick- ford's Production Unusual. The. II re I and -second nighls of "Poilyahna" at tho Empress Theatre were two of the most unusual in" its history.ilt'wisrhow'eVer, typical of the first night of a Mary Pickfonl pTo- but it was unusual by reason of the fact .that the production itself was-so far superior to anything lhat has over before been accomplished on the screen.' And how the people glowed, and thrilled and paid tho lioueBt tribute of and tears. Ono of the ingsj case-hardened of blase first nighters, a man well known coiumuQity a. profession that involves uimiimiij umt mitiiiiituiia TTUUIU uo i t ti n it conducted at llli rion hut a pesonal Vi t1leatre guarantee of-the. responsible men be, i i nlaf ser, it in years have I been so clcenly hind it would.have to be made before the province would act: "Further a guarantee roust be that; the'erection ton cus- toms smellier, to trea't the-ores of the small miner as well, would be nrider- Uken Mr, Brown dcclareuvlttal the Can. adian Xational Railway must agree to lease the road, were accepted, if tneso conclilions ho there could tf ff AMATEUR GOUF CHAMPIONSHIP MUIRFIhLD, ScotlamL Juno Pl i) in tbo second round of the fmin leur golf championship tournament opened here Ibis morning wlih 3i sur vivors froin the first round, played yesterday and.51 vvho drew byes and didn't yesterday's 'play. TIio cdntestanla wero at tho course at o'clock this rooming and It is oxpectecl Iho tournament will be in p regress 'for' burs. S. O. Stlckucy, the only American 'survivor In yeatordcy's contest, Nel- son Wliilnoy of New Orleans nnd mtjert A, Gnrdner of Chicago.'will appear1 on the green during the day, Experts believo SUckney roust show belter form than yesterday .lo get be- yohd iho third found.. present champion, and several play' cra-'who '.havo led in .former .yoars, will bo in today is matches years have I been so deeply and olncerely moved by a motion- pic- ture production." All past records at tlio Empress wore broken anil tho bpx- offico line extended-far out on the while tho lobby .was jammed full of people into tho evening, waiting 16. obtain admission. has been portrayed by. Miss Pickford as opllm- "Gladness" for filings which always have been, worse. W'OOL LARGE LOTS. PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS P.HONE 53U P. V. Lewis Representing J, KOSHLANrj i CO. i BOSTON Dominion Block AT THE COLONIAL TO DAY AND TOMORROW Orange Benevolent. Association be no'reasonablo excuse for tho gov- ernment failing to construct the road organized afternoon story was taken out of in tho Sandstone- nail Thou a request is made by tho Flin books by Eleanor H. Porter, whi ics'la connection with tho institution havo been read by million's of people. were conducted by Mrs It is'exnecled that the 'syndicate will St John, grand mistress'of. the conle'to a the-railway rand lodge of.British America, 'as early. In September neit TONIGHT AND TOMORROW "PATHE WEEKLY" Today Thursday SPECIAL SELZNICK PICTURES PRESENT Elaine Hammerstein -rr-lN-i-r "The Country Cousin" Gwlty ctooal 1 A magnificent'ntlcplalion of (lie world-famed stage success by Boolh You'll never think that .Nancy-from-Mcadowbrook would rause'such commotion amid tho blaso aniarl set of Eastern society. Her eyes and her mean) were Ihe monocleii 'Johnnies who bragged about UitSlr pull with the. ladles. But Nancy-from-Meadowbrook silddcnly looked 'em over Tarkiriston and Julian Street HER NAME WAS NANCYI Tsancy-trom-jrcanowbro'dk 'suiluenly became citified, looked, 'cm over critically, and then'something startling happened! .-v ADDED ATTRACTIONS 7" Latest Screen Magazine, "AINT NATURE Comedy, and Other Features. Prices 35 cents and 10 cents. Army and Navy Veterans Ass'n LETHBRIOQE UNIT A Grand Sacred Concent Will Be Given on Sunday Evening Next, June 13th Under (lie Auspices of tho Above Association at