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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920 LSTHURIDGB PA1LY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS June 11___The cash dt- and for'oats continued excellent to- Tjlay, with offerings light. Cash barley quiet and neglected. Rye, which has been .dull for the past two weeks, in dntnanrt tjiday. IHc lower for July: 'higher for October, and %c higher for (December; barley lie lower for July 'nnd le dowu for .October; July flai [S-cents lower, and October le higher. Quotations Open. 130 Close. 127% 109 426 July....... October December July October July........ slow, the packers offering lor selects, which Is a fifty-cent drop. There were no tales during the early'morning. London Money LONDON', Juno silver per ounce; bar gold 104s, !d. Money per cent.; discount rates, bills, 614 to 0 9-16 per cent. Three months bills 0 5-8 to 0 IMC per cent. New York NEW- YORK, June 11. (Closing P. IV, U- S. Steel, U. S. Steel preferred, 104R. FlllEl .427 Ko. 2 C.W...423 No. 3 C.W.'. .370 Condemned .325 Track.....427 Ko. 2 C.W......................227 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, -Juno 11. 150 caltle and 46 hogs. Trading was extremely quotations hold- ins steady. -Choice butcher steers quoted at 114.00 lo fair to IDEI-IGlAIE Smoke and Gas-Helmet, Added to Equipment With Other J Improvements.. UraEemea' rtmtn eight ITnndicn uridgtniea I.tatmeh Sinellera There', a Bob Lonf Glove for Every Job Lumbermen Elcclridans aioiie Masooi Plumbers Fictm Freig If your Glore ii oot lilted be re, oar's play of the same name, steps from the shoes of the villian 111 Rex Beach's "The Crimson Gardenia" Into the patent leather boots ol Murphy, the hotel detective In "Upstairs." It a comedy role and promises to eur- prise those who have associated Mr. Stevens with melodrama. Robert Bolder, consptclous for bis Gargantuan stature, plays the chef, while the fav- orite Kate Lester, tends distinction to the cast which Is further strengthened by Frederic Vroom and Hazel Bren- non, daughter of an Australian million-' alre, vho I: making her screen debut "Upstairs." route this time St. in its progress. including Main LOOK Friday artd Saturday Special 1 Ib. Plantation Kisses for................. 2 Ibs. Plantation Kisses for............... 1 lu. Peanut Butter for............... Or 3 Ibc. Peanut Butter for Try ouv fancy Ice cream dishes, the prices are right, Hoot Beer Ice Cream Sodi for 30c 55c 35c 1.00 I10c KEITH 60S THIRD AVENUE K. Walker- has purchased' the boilerpipo removed from tho school rufnaces, and intends to install an iron fence around his properly on Hull avenue. Constable Harry tha Macleod squadron, R.C.M.P. was visit- ing his parents here over the week- end. The store fixtures remaining in the temporary S.A. hall hare been remov- ed, and shipped to Burde_U, to provide further room for the services. v- W. G. Picrson, of Kipp, was in town Sunday, on ono of his regular visiU. Lieut. Brett, of 'the- S.A. -visited Taber In connection ipecial ser- vices' on Sunday. U O. Tollman was called to Lcth- bridge on' Tuesday, Mrs. Tallma'n hav- ng to undergo an operation 'at Gait loapilal. Miners are beginning to drift in, wing lo demand at the mines. Tho high wind of Tuesday .wds prob- ,bly the worst yet, and In the gloom occasioned by tho mass of flying dust, .orches had to be used by trainmen n tho yards, as hand signals could not be seen. A few of our prominenl citizens vfho had occasion to take the westbound, escaped tho hall holiday occasioned by the breeze. A protty fair delegation from here ittcndcd the circus at the anil the number was swelled by the delegates to tliu Good Roads con clitlon. An event of interest to social cir clcs here, is slated lo occur, so we understand, at Ilanna during the com BUENOS AIRES, June em- bargo placed on the exportation of wheat by the government last week pending enactment of the export law, was conditionally suspended yester- day It being stipulated that exporters must deposit four pesos super-tax'per bushel as stipulated by the it was amended. Some exporters are depositing tho tax and have resumed loading ships, t it is learned the government's pulation will not be accepted by the ritlsh wheat commission, since it iuld prejudice representations made the British minister to the Argen- ne government. He lias held that icat contracted for prior to tho om- argo is not liable to the supertax, is reported a number of private ex- jrters are contemplating to resort to o courts to test the constitutionality tbc government's action. SLIDE DELAYS TRAINS CAIjGARY, June A snowslide est of Kamloops has delayed C.P.H. alns for several hours. S.A. PUTS EMBARGO ON CARS FOR COAL WASHINGTON, June cm- argo on the supply of cars for move- [lent of soft coal in carload lots to ny lake ports for trans-shipment .by water except on permit, was ordered oday by tho Inter-State Commerce ommisslon, effective June 13. A NIGHT IN HONOLULU "A Night in which cornea lo the Majestic the'atre for two daya commencing June ii and IS, is a pfetly musical play of the Island Para- dise by the eminent English author, Howard McKent Barnes. The, utory is an unique one, full of thrills and fervent heart throbs, and holds tie audience intense, vice- like grip until the 'final climax, the big, burning, smoking volcano and everything ends happily for all con- cerned. c ..Miss- Kua Carpenter, the sweel pretty star, plays the part ol "Kala- ma" the dancing girl and during the course, of the play inircduces her con- ception of the dance --not a vulgar disphy'of this Instruct- ive and interesting dance but an ar- tistic and refined interpretation. The Winnipeg papers were quite en- thusiastic over'this little lady and her dancing during the engagement of "A CQLONIAL--.--TON1GHT Country Store Vodvil Nite COME ON DOWN "EARLY AND ENJOY THE FUN MARYMACLAkEN in "THE FORGED BRIDE" A GREAT SIX ACT SPECIAL FEATURE Secohd Episode of the New Serial "BOUND AND GAGGEDi? A New and Novel Comedy Serial, Intermingled with Thrills, Laughs and New. Sensations. "MY nnn PA.I" PART flit VUU TAL ----COMEDY HOWLER COLONIAL ORCHESTRA 'POPULAR PRICES Adults 35 Cents Ktidies 10 Cents Special Matinee Saturday, Kiddies 5 Cents MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO DAYS, THURSDAY FRIDAY, JUNE 17-18 A FASCINATING ISLAND PARADIS indsor Salt WOOL LARGE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE.ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis Representing J. KOSHLAND A. CO. BOSTON Dominion Dlock Lethbridgc, Aita. When, you go to a physician to bo examined for any heart trouble one ot tlu first questions he asis is: you of Xow, the heart becomes affect- ed there vnsues a feeling ot a choking sensation, R shortness of breath, pal- pitation. Ihrbiiaing, irregular beating smotherings sensation, dizziness and a weak, sinking', all-gone feeling oppression aud anxiety. On the first nign ol the heart be coming' weakened or the nerves tin strung Jlllburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are just the remedy you require They regulate and stimulate the hcar.1. and strengthen and restore the whole nerve system. Mr. Stephen Crouse, East Clifford N.S., suffered for fly years with heart trouble. I could bard ly walk from the houso to the ban witiiout resting as I used to get so short of breath. Doctors could no help me. Wy wife told me to get a box ot jriibum's Heart and Nervi Pills anO I felt better after them; Ihree boiea rnado mo quit well. I nm.now helping my son to work tbo farm, and can truthfully sa 1 feel like a. different man." Price 50c a box at all dealers o mailed direct on receipt of prico b i Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto "I Cannot Go 99 funs for Exciting Honey- moon in to New Comedy, AT EMPRSAS THEATRE TODAY Bven the railroad magnates can- not resist tho charm of dainty Mar- guerite Clark. During the screening ot her latest picture, "Easy to showing today and tomorrow at tho Bmpress theatre, It became necessary lo mats some scenes .in a railroad coach. Thn company journoycrt to the lACfcawanna terminal (it Iloboken, and Director Walter EUwards requested the use of car. There was not a Binglo ono available, "You might Iry President Trues- aald the roan of whom tho re- quest was made, in an attempt to be funny. 'Wfl answered Mr. Ettwnrds promptly. He doraonatralW himself lo be, MMnewhat of a diplomat by Miss Clark accompany him. And tho president of tho road surprised them both by oflcrins the use of his hand- some private car. So. if the Pullman in "Baay to Get" looks above tno average in elegance, you will know the reason. Thn picture a delightful comedy, about a honeymoon that was interrupt- ed because the groom mails the Incaii- lloua remark that women aw all "easy to get." Harrison Ford plays the role of tbc nnlactiul young man, and Hod- ncy LaRocauo, Greeuo and Kid DILIOtlS headache spoils many an expected enjoy- ment. When the condition of the liver is neglected, biliousness seems to become chronic and recurs every two or three weeka, with severe sick head- aches. "Why not get right after tblA trouble and end It by using Dr. Chase's kidnoy-Liver IMlla to restore tho health and activity of the liver. Ccr.Vtlpalion, Indigestion, back- ache, headache, and kid- ney deranscmenlfl soon disappear with' the uso ot tills well-known rnedlclne. One pill R dose, 26 eta. A tmx, en EdroanBon, Bates A Co., I'td., Toronto. TONIGHT MABEL NORM AND Funnier Than Anything Sho Has J5vcr Appeared In. "THE DENTIST" WITH CHARLIE MURRAY In Iho leading role. A two-reel Pavarnount-Sennett Scream; also "FOX NEWS" ......AND "PATHE WEEKLY" The Finest Program fn the CHy A NIGH CATCHY MUSIC-NATIVE SONCSZDANCES A SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION 'OF UNUSUAL SPLENDOR AND BEAUTY SEETHE VOLCANO IN FULL ACTION. A THRILLING AND REALISTIC SCENE A TROUP OF REAL NATIVE HAWA1IANS SINGING AND PLAY- ING TH.EIR HARMONIOUS MELODIES MISS UNA CARPENTEB IN ARTISTIC NATIVE DANCES' PRICES 60c, 75c, NO HIGHER Advance Sale'atrArmstrong and Raworth's Tuesday TODAY and 'TOMORROW "WHERE THE BETTER PICTURES ARE SHOWN" Un Easy to ADOLPH -ZUKOR prtsents Army and Navy Veterans AssV UNtT A Grand Saqred Concent Will Be Given on Sunday Evening June 1 3th Untler tlie Auspices of the Above Association at tho COLONIAL THEATRE COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK CLARK in. EASY TO GET She was all his till she hoard him boast that women wero "easy to got." Then, right through five nets of tho luridest fcmtoitw firework's you ever ssw. Now he's a wiser man! A Comedy-Romance of Constant Laughter By Izola Forrester and Mann Pago Also a FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY "THE YELLOW DOG a rollicking comedy In two acts, and PARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT SCREEN MAGAZINE, Positively ehow seen in this city at popular prlc.et, ;