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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE THH DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS ut LlTMl WINNIPEG, Juue de niand fur all grades of oats con- tinued Ihe premium Di- cier Wednesday's spreads. The voluuic ol business and ollerioga were siaall. Tliera no chanse iu Iho cash t'arley strong and for No. 3 ut a jtrouiium ot 22 cents over July. Tho this markei was July oats closed He htgh- er; 2Jtc Iiighor, aud Decem- ber iic lilglier; barley !ic lilsher for July atiti Hie uir for October; fiax 3c lower for July aiid October. Quotations Open July............ Oct............. 95 Dec............. HO Barley- July........; 16SJi Closi 120 Oct, July Get. 149 Program on Mounted Police to Show Worth of Physical Training. 43 ___, 431 42 Cash Prices C.W., 134.J 3 C.W., 134. tra 1 131; 1 Cecil, 133; 2 teed, 133; track, 129. C.W. i 1C5; rejected, 101; fce'd, 161; track; 16S. N.W.C.. 429; 2 O.W.. 425; .1 C.W.. 372; condemned, 327. track, '429.' 2 C.W., 227. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Juno 342 cattle, 450 hogs nnd 62 cheap. Bidding (Ms morning was generally steady, although up to noon very lit-! lie trading was in evidence. Heifers anil cows of choice quality registered sales ranging from 513.50; fair lo good, to Tlio hog market was unchanged, se- lects being nudtvd at.JlS.50. ,-r. Calgary Livestock June the stock- yards today 242 cattle and Ml liogn received. The nmrlict was plow. The offering were butchers and stock- ws. Top.steers brought fla.aO and top cows J13.00. Hogs were quoted at SIJ.50, with light selling. A few sheep wcve srld at 315.25. Silver NEW YORK, June 10___Uar silver, 67.. New York Stocks NKW .Y011K, June --ales: C. P. R., in 1-2; United States .Stcelj 93 5-S ;TJnltcd States Steel pre- 5-S; Parents of Lcthliridge will lie shown tomorrow afternoon what Is being done iu the physical training of their children iu the public schools. Com- mencing at 2.30 o'clock nearly every child from tho first' grade up will be going through (Irllhi. In some of. the games auvl drills there wiirbe over threo hundred chil- dren performing at one lime. To see thai Dumber of children lined up on tho green, with for a background, will be a sight long to be remembered. The following is tho program that will take place on the Mounted Polico grounds: ChitJr.eii'or Grades J. and II. will play, "I Sec You." Over four hundred will (ako part. 'All senior girls of tho public school, who recently competed In Swedish drill for the Henderson Cup, will give an exhibition of that work. All-member's of Grade ill. will give an cxhiblUon-.of the Danish Dance of Greeting. Throe hundred girls, will go through come rytbmical steps. .The Ace. of Diamonds will he given bv Grade IV. pupils. .'The.'old-fashioned Maypole Dance will bo given by tho girls of Grado V. and VI. .The program will_ be concluded'by the uigli school "company jiving company drill, fintabing by forming a hollow square in conjunction with the Fleelwood company and Miss Sfaar- man's class. The cup recently Von by these pupils will be presented. The music for the various folk dances will be provided-by a band under the direction of Mr. which he has organized for tbe occa sion, being composed of parents of pupils and some of the pupils. All parents of pupils and-others ara invited to see the games and are. re- queste'd to remain on tbe driveways. As Superintendent PeEHOfather has kindly consented to allow tie school autiforitlps to uso theie grounds, the school board desires co-operation in stoppibg damaga. Miss Anne. Morgan and eight other the devastated regions, have lef pect'to give free instruction In eclen- farming as it Is done iu tie Unit- ed Stales, arranging for the extensive iiae of machinery and aiding the fann- ers in tho management of their bus- iness. I STARLAND THEATRE CHANGES HANDS Starlaud theatre has changed the lease having been purchased by K. J. Bishop M. Brown of Calgary. The lat- ter is the proprietor of tho Phoenix restaurant, Calgary. Mr. bishop will be iti charge of the theatre, and will take over the business on Monday next, oa which day, it is understood, the theatre will bo closed for ten days for alterations. Executive of UJFlWants Wheat Board CALGARY, June exec- utive of the United of Al- berta at a meeting held Thursday morning placed themselves on re- cord In a resolution as being en- tirety In favor.of the continuation of the Canadian Wheat Board as far as the handling of the 1920 crop Is concerned. Fifteen Per Cent. Tax on Ail Ex- travagant Furniture Also Proposed. OTTAWA, June modification was proposed, Sir Henry said in liis speech en the new USDS in tbe house last niglit, in regard to the sports and ASDICS, Articles required for tbe popular games eieuiiitfrU from tax up to a certain amount as for instance: Baseballs and bats, erempt up to 51.25; mitts and gloves, exempt up to lp-year clause adopted In Ibe act Will Give Secretary of State Dis- cretion in Alien Enemy Cases. OTTAWA, June minister or Justice wiJI'Bliardy introduce a bill in tho house to ainciid tbe NaturaHw- liou Act. Tho chieT provision of tlie bill, it is understood, wi'l' deal with THREATS ARE NOT' HELPING WINNIPEG STRIKE LEADERS OTTAWA, June clem- ency otherwise have been shown to the Winnipeg strike Sellers now iu prison, it has at least teeu de- layed by reason ut Iho threats an'd demands continually suokeu and pub- lished by Alderman Heaps and others who have been touring the country on behalt ot the defence jomtnlttee. This was Uie statemeut of Senator G, D. minister ol labor, to- day when diccusaing a dispatch from Winnipeg, Trhfch quoted Thomas Dunn as saying that a movement for the release tbe Winnipeg stride leaders was on foot among the mem bers of parliament here. "I fio not know of any such move said the minister, and lurtbtr 1 am strongly of the opinion that tbe Winnipeg Ftrlke leaders will never ba released upon tbo recommendations or demands of tho defence committee. It clemency is subsequently extended Lo any of these men, it will not be be cause of any demands made by those who promoted or participated m the defiance of authority of the federal government and the courts." GOLFERS WIN England. June Walter Hogen and Jim. Barnes, the American profess I onaUs, defeated the English players, George Duncau and Abo Mitchell iu a golt match on the Bddington course today by up anil two to play. skates exempt to footballs up to lacrosse slicks up to 11.50, and hockey slicks up to 75 cents. A lax of 15 per cent, was also pro- j of last yoar, which has aroused so much controversy. Under the clause, parEous of alien enemy oirth are- bar- red from obtaining a posed on all extravagant furniture, such as rosewood, ebony, etc. A tax would be placed ou expensive, china and crockery. Sir Henry also announced that in- certificate for 10 years from the dec- laration of peace. It is recognized that tho clause has operated a hardship iu the case ol cer- tain residents of Canada born in Ger- many or Austria, against whom there liaa been no complaint. The bill, It is stead or velvet and velveteens being j stated, vSlt make a modification In the taxed on tlic whole price they would he taxed when selling in" excess ot two dollars a yard; instead of all lace- Getievleve Ward, at appearing nightly at Volumnia'in Shakespeare's at historic hpnici of "bkl Bracelets- and carringg arc more worn in Park, than they used, to be, possibly because gloves are not worn so much and milliners have encourag- ed ear trimmings; clause. It will give Ihe secretary of state to grant naturaliza- tion certificates to certain aliens where the applicant already has been and braid being the- amend- tnedlR would provide for u tax on j resident in Canada ior these articles when sold in excess of i niore. 25 cents a yard .and ribbons in excess of 50 cents a yard. On carpels tho exemption would le six dollars in- stead oC three dollars. t A further stipulation M-as made that on artlclsa ot clothiiig. The selling price of material and the cost of manu- facture when sold separately, are to be combined for determining the sell- ing price. No change. Sir Henry add- ed, was proposed, for tax on articles which might bo regarded as an extra- woman, in has her own ideas on most things. Mrs. Ralph Smith, speaking in the British'Colum- bia Legislature, declared that the time waa not far distant when thai prov- ince must "control 'An own banking system, so that cheaper money could be obtained by thot-e -who need It. She maintained that the savings of the people should be utilized for the people and not sent out cf the country. 10 years or W 0 0 L LARGE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASEB LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENrS P. V. Lewis Representing J. KOSHLAND CO, V BOSTON Dominion Block Lethbridge, AlCa. vagance entirely ivilhin the control of the purchaser. Sir Henry 'proceeded that he pro- posed to include walking sticks ne subject to luxury tax. Fur coals would be eiempttM up to 5200 value instead of as provided in Ihe original resolution. Tbe exemption on winter, fur gloves would.be. increased to on fur caps to on muffs and nectpiecee. to and on robes and Knitted sweaters and sweater coats not beeu included in the original Much Splendid.Talent Uncover- ed, and Club's Activities Will Widen. The'-C. P. B. Social and Athletic cluh made a new departure in Us pro- gram of entertainment for its mem- bers and friends .Tuesday nigbt when they held a successful smoker in the Nfasonlc Hall. Several important de- velopments aro expected to bo the out- come of the smoker, as it was dis- covered among (he employees of the resolution. It was proposed to iri- clucie them now. compSny a largo amount talent is j Mr; Crcrar asked what revenue Iho not being made uso of. minister expected to get from the now It is quite likely that a choral so- t taxes. Ho bad beard a prominent i cicty or. a glee will be organized business man suggest. as as a result of Isst night's disclosures. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORS HULL BLOCK -7TH FLOOR PHONE 1710 Shampooing, Switches Made to Order, Hair Dressing, Manicurins, Medical Facial Massage, Established Over Seven Years. THE HANDSOME STONES On Tlew here are not so ex- penaflve as you may imagine. Wo prepare them when no ini- mediate .orders aro on band. Lethbridge Monumental Works EIGHTK.STREET SOUTH a likely revenue. Sir Henry replicck that no such rev- enue vras expected from the nevi' taxes. Peculiar Action The program consisted largely of im- jromplu efforts on the part of ths 0. r. U. employees and the result was beyond expectations. Songs and read ings were cujoycd by '.111 and were OTTAWA, Juno Canadian Biven by the following: Messrs. Keu- unhcraltlod introduction Thompson. Wcstloy, Jones, Par- I last nfght into tbe committee debate on oxciso taxes of the changes ,.the Eovernmcnt proposes to make in cer- tain lines to taxation. Is thr. chief topic of discussion around the house commons this morning. sons, K. S. Rennard, Grist and Jamieson. ,McG. Young kindly officiated at Hie piano. rom tbe itory by I'oore Sbeean. Odit as it rosy Mabel Woruwnil (Megs iu this photo- play Uiu like of which she has never done bfforu. This is partly cxnlained when it is said thai tbo action" of iho comedy transpires wholly' in a bU netropolitan hotel, where tbe star is first {ecu as a bumble toiler iu Ibe sub-kitchen. intricaeies of tho vast culi- nary department are shown, with par- ticular stress on '.lie ice cream mould- ing; end ot it. Here the funniest action is seen. Mabel .Norroaud' best olfetts are achieved on the spur ot the ruo- meul and all laughter she creates is usually the resuli ot a eudden whim wbich sends tuo sprightly comedienne fprawlini; or, twists her face in a comic grimace. In "I'pstairs" sbo plays a mock eatne of billiards with maraschino cherries, with a stick for a cue. Watching the interesting setting, with its tall freezers of real Ice cream, pewter moulds iu a variety of shapes aud all the tor the, making or frozen deserts. Miss N'or- maud caught sipht of a Esuwr of maraschino cherries. O! courja she gobbled a IB like a child at the sight ot then sud- denly hit upou the idea ot the billiard game. While Ehe went through her pranks Director Scheriizinger regarded her out of the corner of his eye and was uulck to sec tbe amusing possibilities of her fun-making. Ho whispered to George Welber, the camerainna. and with Miss Norraand In ignorance of j what was going ou, her by-play was recorded on thfe celluloid for all time. The result is one of the most original and convulsing scenes In which she- lias aver participated. What is more, 1: is entirely spontaneous. ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN AT COLONIAL TONIGHT i fast that would be ail-star in anythinj bin a I'nivmal production. Harmy Sherry, idol of a thousand Ecreeus. appears with the star as tho Judge, who sentenced her father to prison. The role o! 'tho. father U ot Naucy, the country cousin. Tho picture is produc- ed by Ihe Sclznick Company and is one of the best pictures tif ihe year. Other fine attractions are being cliown on the same bill. Just being glad Is A brave thing to do. Ixioking for the glatl things llatber than tie blue; Filling lifer with sunshine, Just a steady glow; Looking tor, the glad things, Krerywherc >we go. Jtut heing glad is Often hard to do; Forgetting all tho sad things That we ever knew; Living Iu tho sunlight. Speaking words of cbcer. Looking for the glad things Through cacti busy year. Just being glad brings Heaven here lielow. Looking for glad tilings lii tho loyc.lighl's Blow; will be lighter, soems, more complete; Looking for the glad things, Glad things wo shnll meet. Kntcs Kendrio. Bo sure and soc this wonderful picture for tho last'titno tonight. COOL AND CLEAN About one hundred and ten mem- bers were present and on tbe request j of President Iteagh, J. M. Gilmour oc-. Members are inclined to crUtcizcj.cup'ed the chair, keeping the program] tho minister of finance for the man-j to ful swing the entire evening. The! nor in'which he submitted the than-! affair dispersed phortly after mid- ges. No notice was given of what tlie night. Mr. Gilmour, as chairman, had j nature of them was to lie and tlie re- solutions embodying the changes had not been prepared. The minister read a number of Hems last iiight.'but most of the changes aro contained in a written memorandum which is em- bodied in tho Hansard report of Ihe STAR OF GOLDWYN'S "UPSTAIRS" PLAYS BILLIARDS WITH UGLY MOP STICKtAND CHERRIES Mabel Xormnnd, irrepressible and delightful, is ul Slnrland tonight in her newest Goldwyn pic- ture, directed by Victor-Schertiingcr GREAT WEEK END SHOW AT STORE' NIGHT FRIDAY Right in lino affording Lcthbridgc theatre goers the best in popular pric- ed entertainment, ihe Colonial Thea- tre management have arranged auoth-! er fine Show for Ihe week cud, stan-! iiiK off with tlm big.Country Store! Votlvil Nito on'Friday night Len Browu has everything iu readiness' for Friday night in the way of a monster array of prizes, including sil- verware, crockery, groceries, rabbits' (for tho boys) and dolls (tor the giris) and oodlus of other novelties. Mary Maclaren will be Uio featured j Slav on Friday aud Saturday, in her I dramatic triumph "Tlic Forged i Uride." The second episode of "Round aud Uio Colonial's new'per-j lal, and other great attractions I round out the bill. Friday and Saturday evenings will j bo poor nights lo slay at home. Mary I MacLoren will be ;it tho Colonia'l Theatre In otic ot tlie cleverest phoio. nlnys of the yenr. U is culled ''The, Forged Ilrlrte" and was produced at! Universal City under iho direction Oouglas Gcrrard. t In "The Forged Miss Mac-; Lareit appears as Ihe daughter of v hardened old forger, who la spending' Ills leisure time in the penitentiary. Although Miss .is con-i sfdercrt lo bo otic of the screen's moai! popular stnrs in her own right, she is! supported in "The Forged by ,11 AUCTION SALE TOMORROW [FRIDAY] AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS AT O'CLOCK FRANK WADDJNGTQN WILL SELL BY AUCTION Pour largo cutting tables, cabinet Singer sewing drawer Singer sewing machino; electric Trous nnd fittings; kitchen tables (removed from fled Cross mahogany oval dresser; drop leaf (able; kitchen cabinet; carpet square. (ul2; carpel srtuaro 6i9; gents' chiffonier; card tablo; dinner Hervlce; elec.tric fixtures and a quantity of Including brooches, clocks, silronvarc, etc. TERMS CASH PHONES WADOINQTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE house proceedings. A very spirited debate is expected when tho taxation comes under tlie notice of Iho houso this afternoon. For Skins That Itch, Bum and Scale BathcllieaHeetcd part with Ciiti- cura Soap and hot water. Drygcmly and rub o'n Cull- cur.i Ointment. This treatment is usually bcston ris- ing and retiring. Tor every of tho toilet, bath and nursery the Culicura Soap land Ointment arc Heal. Tho Soap to cleanse and purify, the 'Oiht. men! to soothe and heal. Set? 25c, OMnttitl 15 .nj JOe. Sold utlheDoTntnion. Canadian Depot' Lfanil iKaTii wlujoiilaaf, to eipress a few thoughts to Hie gathering and lie spoke of the benelil of such social clubs in industrial oon- eerns. He gave cases of actual bene- fit derived both by tho employees and the cmplojcrs from such- organiza- tions. The principle 0[ such clubs is good, he and one thing that is gained is increased -friendliness be- tween different departments. Hepresenlatives were invited to tho rfloker from different sport, organi- zations in the city and on behalf of these K. J. llitchio Paterson rnado a fitting reply to Hie invitations and welcome extended to tho sporting fraternity. A vote of thanks was- passed to Manager Miller, of the Coca Cola company Ior Ihe refreshments ho don- ated. A telegram was read by Mr. Gllmour from 0. JlncKintosh, superintend- ent of tbe Kontlieni Alberta division, which expressed his regrets on not being able to attend the function. Mr. JlacKinlosh was unavoidably absent In Moose Jaw. I FRENCH CAMPAIGN FOR CHEAPER SUITS PAMIS, June suits at francs, in normal times about nine, will be jiosslble in i--.iris according lo tho newspapers, if a campaign being conducted by Ihem. Is successful. The government is holding more than two million yards of suitable for clothing nnd is bring urged lo re lease .snffk-k'iit for seven hundred thousand suits under an agreement wllh Ihe manufacturers and unions by which each suil could h'o made at as low a price as, possible. I'robaWy for HID first time in the history of the Tnillliiery busineflR, a XC'.v York firm announces Iho Intro- duction of a department of hata "sj.c- v'-f.lly designed for the Friday and Saturday Special 1 Ib, Planlallon Kisses oft for................... JUC 2 ibs. Plnntatlon pp Ior...................D3C 1 Ib. I'eanut Dulter for............... Or 3 Its. Peanut liutlcr for Try our fancy ico cream dishca, tlie prices are right. Iloot Beer Ico Cream Soda -f A for lUC 35c 1.00 KEITH 60S THIRD AVENUE TONIGHT (THURS.) Seliniik Pictures Present ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN The Girl o( Your B.tnmE, in "THE COUNTRY COUSIN" A Superb Screen Version of the Famous Stage Success by Booth Tartington "AINT NATURE A Dandy Comedy LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Friday Night Country Store Vodvil Nite And, Oh, Boy! going to be a rip-snorter this week. Silverware and Groceries and Crockery for the ladies. Smokes and Overalls and Silk Neckties for the Men. Rabbits 2nd Pigeons and Ice Cream an' Everything for the Kiddles, AND A BIG TIME' FOR EVERY- BODY SEVENTY-FIVE DOL- LARS IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY You'll get the best seats if you come early. AND LOOK ATTHIS CORKING FINE SHOW FDR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TONIGHT MABEL NORM AND Funnier Than Anything Sbe> Has Kver Appftareil in. 1 "THE DENTIST" WITH CHARLIE MURRAY In the fcadinf; role. A two-reel raramounl-Scnnelt Scream; also "FOX NEWS" AND "PATHE WEEKLY" The Finest Program In the City WHEN is forgery not crime? Came i day in the lile of beautiful Reynolds when htr father's fatal gilt could mean happiness to everybody and harm to none. Did he use once more tlic criminal talent that hid put himbehind'prison bara, or did he sacrifice Wm- eelf for her? You'll know tho answer when you eee beauti- ful Mary MacLarcn tn "The. Forged the itrangest, tcndcreit picture that WM tver your good fortune to ttc., Don't miss it. Also Second Episode of the Great New Comedy Serial 'BOUND AND GAGGED' This serial is one of (ho hfggesl and best frf.Ms we have ever offered. EXTRA, SPECIAL A Positive Howler of a Comedy. Two Reels of Riot. Popular. Prices All Adults___35c Kiddies....Mo COMING SOON NAZIMOVA In "STRONGER THAN DEATH" FMPRESQ Iflfi HSU 'WHere Belter Pictures aie Shown" TODAY FOR THE LAST TIME WATCH FOR'OUR BIG NEW PICTURE TOMORROW ;