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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, 'JUNE 12, 1920 THE LETHHRIDCl-: DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS ml Lit WINNIPEG, Juue cash grain markets were quiet aucl Iho vol- ume of business extremely light. Good demand existed (or dais uiid barley but nothing NO DEALING OFF THE BOTTOM WITH THIS DEALER Creek, is the new grand master of Spreads were- uuchauged. There was lilgher and October ?i cent higher; flax 1 cent lower for July and s. -y. Taylor; cents higher for October. Thos. Sharpe; grand Quotations registrar, J. B.-JohnEoo; grand chap- Open. Close, lain, Rev. Capl. Denoou, Lelhbridge. -July..............J2S Tho convention was one-.of the most October............ KSIs successful ever One of the out- December.......... 91% standing features was the satisfactory report of tha benevoleilco committee. July.............. ITOVi'Theiontertaimnent of the visitors was October'... HS'i HSV, provided by: .Cascade lodge of IJauff in.a .most fitting manner. There was 430 425 a smoker on "Wednesday 'evening at 42CV4 the Mount Iloyal hotel, followed by a dance. GOVERNMENT OPENS POPE.LEASE FOK-ONLY RETURNED SOLDIERS No, 1 2 C.W...422 Xo. 3 O.W...3G9 Coiniarrmod .324 Track.....426 v Xo. 2 New York Stocks X.BW YORK-, Junj 12. Closing r-aleV: C: P. It., 113K; U. S. Steel, U. S. Stec! preferred, Livestock WINNIPEG; Juno 100 cattle and 150 hogs. '.Market quiet. Best ..quality liuldior steers to October Cash Prices Xo. 2 Xo. 5 Extra-No. 1 Feed Xo. 1 Feed.. Xo. 2 1 OAljGARY, June to Xo. 3 Xo. 1 telegram received at the local Scl- Feed......162H dter Settlement Board offices on Sat- Track urday morning from Ottawa, the Pope Lease will he made available for sol- dier settlement on June 29.'.Tho Pope Lease, sometimes called the West- view Ranch, is said to he ono of the finest pieces of agricultural land fa the province, containing about acres. Soldier Settlement Board officials state that it will be disposed ct by sale at a very conservative figure to returned' soldiers only. More than one hundred applications inquiring about tills tract of land have been re- ceived as it had be'en known fcr some time that the government would eventually throw- it open, for soldfcr settlement. .It will be disposed'of by tallot in a similar manner to that in. which the Hudson's Bay land at Doha was parcelled out. Terms and prices lave riot "been definitely settled, but vill be available in a short time. The Pope Lease is silusted west, of Drumheller near Carbon and it edjoins Deer'rivcr. There are. many returned men in Calgary who have )een wailing for months in order to icquire a parcelxif this excellent land. Under the new legislation recently passed by the Dominion government jiring special advantages to returned men settling on rawrlaiid this affords a wonderful opportunity. Soldier. Set- UeWnt Hoard that ev- ery applicant must have a niinliflca-, lion certificate which will have lo be renewed If issued, prior to.- October last, that they might be qualified lo obtain a piece ol this land. Oenilo but questionable art of iiealiug off the bottom of the deck wll bo a thing ot the past, when this device, ot a French inventor is adopted bj our best card players. The device consists of a metal tray large enough, to contain a deck of cards, and a wheel with, a rubber rim, kept in contact with tlio topmost card hy means of a spring. Connected to wheel is a small chain to which is attached a wire terminating In a, loop tor the finger Each time the wire is pulled a. card is dealt. J HUNS WERE GOING TO SELL BOAT TO DUTCH STEFANSSON RAISES MONEY FOR CARIBOU FARMING. IN NORTH good. choice seltlement. be disposed'of by duality to to eood JS.50 lo flLOO; feeder steers 59.50 to to 57.60. Tho hc-s market was' In lino.with Friday at .J1S.50.. OTTAWA, 'June Canadian Press) 1'rivate advices received from Now York state that Stefansson lias- arrived in that city with capital to develop reindeer breed- ing in Baffin Laud, south of tho parallel. The report slates that Stef- ansson claims to have raised the nu- cessary capital in' England, and that he vrill take advantage of tho order- In-council passed here granting him a 30-year lease of the area. The 'crms of tho lease that the land shall bo rent-free for the-first 15 years, and following that period there will be un annual rental of He proposes to introduce 10 per cent of wild caribou stock with the.reindeer year- ly. He remembered tlie time a cut got infected and laid ium up fof.tvfo weeks., Ba this time lie used [A V.Blfn I ftlemholatum It prevented infection and healed the cut gently in two days. Ho always has Men- tholat'uin handy now for cuts, burns, bruisea, etc. When he had a cold he put Mcntholatum in hi a nostrils. It ttopped trouble "The Halt Nimtjfn Ullte I1U" FOREST FIRES FORCE PEOPLE -TO BOATS IN NFLD. THREATEN TOWNS ST. JOHN'S, Nfld., Jime. While the legislature ,was yesterday receiv- ing reports from many sections of the Island'.- of itlie dangerous, forest fires but smoke from them -was'pour- in through Ihe windows ol tbe THE IfAGUH June Dutch naval authorities lia-ve decided to re turn the minesweeper U. 'A IS, which was internet a few weeks ago, to tho German niiucsweeplng tic tilla, from which it doscrUil. Th vess.el was taken By the German ere-, into" tho Zu'-derzee. At Muyden, a littl fishing txjvm, tie capiain, mate an two other members of the- crew wen ashore in order to find a ijuyer fo their boat, but were arrested. Th rest rjf tho crew, who waiting In vai for their comrades, had grown imps tient, were just going ,10 leave th Dutch -waters again, .ivheu .they war caught by a Dutch torpedo-boat DIED AT 104 YEARS MOXTRBAL, 'June James 16S Quebtc ave- nue, the oldest woman In Mont- real, died at her- residence this at the age of 104. -FOUR SUICIDES WASHINGTON, Juno per- sons on board the army transport Mount Vernon committed suicide after one'of the ship's propellers broke off the Virginia according to a wireless despatch received here to- day. Their, names or the circum- stances of the suicides were not fiivc'u. tho dancing is given niplo oporluuHy to display her talents hich have ruado her a favorite in usical comedy circles. Gordon 'a clever comedian, and furnishes .oat ol tha filt In "A Hrcadway Flirt- :Ion." Will H. Fields and La Adelia in The another fine inusiral omedy act, staged elaborately with >ei-lal will be a feature OD ie show. Adelia ia a dancing sun- earn.'and willi Will Melds up to his] omedy antics which have iiinij amous in vaudeville, "The Kehears- 1" will doubtless a big hit. Olarko, talentrd add breezy young cilow who sVyles his act "The talking emoustrator of amusing magic" holds is audience through a series of mya- Ifying tricks. "An Evening at Home" will be offer- d by tho licnto Brothers, two young iien athletic in build uud nifty in ress. They introduce some remark- -ble feats ia athletic acrobats, doue v.-ilh skill and grace. They should prcve to be a popular act on tho bill. Special attention is called to tho plendld super-feature which top ho photoplay bill. "Tho Third Gener- ition" is the particular pholodrama. 'reduced by tha Urentwotxi Company with a notable cast it assumes enter- uining proportions. "Her Winning Way" a great comedy, the latest Fatlio Keview, and the Col- onial Concert Orchestra will complete ,hc show. GREAT SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT At the Colonial heatro for the 1 times tonight, the following great week-end show will bo offered for the last times: Feature: iiary Macbaren, the beautiful slar in ier latest dramatic success, "The Forged a big special production in six acts. Serial: -The second episode of 'Bound and the Colonial's new serial with which is intermingled comedy, patlios, thrills, eicttcmcnt and suspense.- Comcdy: "My Bog ono of the funniest, of the funny Century comedies, with the Century Girls lu all Ihcir glory. Orchestra: Charlie rjercstoru's or- chestra in up-to-the-minute orchestral selecticnE. The theatre is always clean and cool, a new summer feature of the management's policy being tho supply of ice water and sanitary drinking cups for Ihe convenience ot Colonial patrons. For the benefit ot late ihoppers tonight, a complete show will run HAMILTON WANTS TO RE AN OCEAN PORT luildings. Repprls show that- In a! number of Bectlbns people are being 1 compelled to moyc but ihelr bclong- 1ujlK Into The villages threatened are: Heart- Eeee, Jlillview, Victoria, Adeytown, Bishop's Falls anil Grand Falls, on the Newfoundland railway. ANGLO-JAPANESE r 'ALLIANCE RENEWED H'AMlbTON, Ont., June ilton's claims to nn ocean port were presented when the International Deep Waterways Commission opened iU session here this morning. Attention was called hy tho local hart ir boan! to plans which provide for a COO expenditure on the bay front. Ham- ilton nt present handles tons annually of steel, pig Iron an'l agricul- tural implements over its docfcs and also seven million feet of lumber. With ihe completion of the neW Wet- land canal, tonnago is expected lo reach a million and a half tons. Ex- ports from this city overseas ia 1U19 amounted to WOMEN FIGURE IN NEW REICHSTAG HON'OLTJLTi, Juno 11. Japanese diplomatic council lias accepted terms of renewal of the Anglo-Japanese offensive and de- fensive .alliance, complete agree- ment been reached in tho negotiations at Takyo, according to a" Tokyo calile to Uie Nippu Jijl, Japanese language newspaper here.' WANT TO KEEP YOUNG IRISH AT HOME MOXTRHAL, Juue to the Montreal Slar from Dublin ''The Sinn Fein has issued a ban on emigration on account of increas- ing numbers of young Irishmen leav- ing the country'for t! The Iveitrim b ir United Slates.' ranrli of tho Gaelic warning notice Cuticura Soap -----The Shaving Soap Juno 12. Konstanline j Fehronbach, president of trie German j national assembly, intends to convoke tho now relchstag on June 24, accord ing to a statement made today to the Twenty-two women members will -hold seats in Iho new rcichstag, 38 having been members of the national assembly. 1 TAKES INDIANS TO 'PEG PR1NCB ALPKHT, Sask., June Sr.rgcant K. 11. Thompson, Royal Canadian Mounted gone Winnipeg, accompanied hy the two .Indian witnesses, Isaac and George Miles, who will give evidence In the trial of ,tho Indian charged -with the murder of another Indian at Ten Shilling Creek in the Hudson Hay district. 'EASY 10 GEF-AI1PRESS Amusing Photoplay presents the Dainty Star-in-Role-of a Run- away N League, in issuing describes emigration as a "grave danger1' and adds: "Young Irishmen leaving their coun- try at this critical stage, not onlyjlc- sert their posts, but earn the imperish- able name of cowards. Should Ibis Iii-iil fall on deaf ears, there are other means ainl ways which can be adopted I on very short notice, and emigration! he slopped at ail costs." Dainty Marguerite Clark, hers< wedded not so many-moons ago, is bride in her latest picUire, "Basy which will bo shown at the Em press Theatre today for the last time. The story centers around the honey- moon 'of Milly and Dob Morohousc. On Uie train Bob encounters a friend, who is down in the dumps as the re- sult of pursuing a girl for three- years in vain, In a misguided attempt lo cheer him up, tia young; iriclegroom remarks that all women arc "easy to gel." Milly chalices to overhear tho remark and resolves her Over-confident Jmaband.' lha train, sta runs into a series of wild and humorous adventures', leading the now chastened Bob a merry chase and finally forcing him to" ransom her for NIGHT IN HONOLULU'' f'A Night in which comes ;o the Majestic next Thursday and day, Juno 17 and IS, is a story of I Hawaii, which immediately suggests a myriad of thoughts to the stranger! especially, the American. One pictures' Havratl (is a land ot sunshine, of flow- ers and of muaic. One cannot bring the sunshine of Hawaii to our.land, nor the flowers in their glorious radi- ance, but.the music is jinolher matter. The Americans have taken "he beauti- ful wistful musit! of Hawa'i to their hearts as they have no other. The quaint "Ukclele" nins- holds a favored place" in. our Students of this instrumeut arc as numerous as those of the violin. In "A Night in Hono- lulu" one may hear Iho veritable na- tive musicians chant their weird melo- dies, hear the mournful prayer of death or the gay care-free hula music. It all LHS a peculiar tion for us and is nn opiiortunUy not Starting Wednesday at the Colonial Real Help for Tired Feet A day on yew fwl i mo ft ol ihe time an iJte-iaoDti of Icnnle or new ihoel to En-tlT tbtM tncui tired. RtA them awty Ihe iwtnm by gently i ivbbiac vrith a lew of LAST TIMES MARY MACLAREN in "THE FORGED BRIDE" A Great Special Production Second Episode of 'BOUND AND'GAUGED' The Colonial's New Serial Surprise. "MY DOG PAL" Funniest of the Funny Century Comedi.es. Orchestra. Prices 35c and 10c MONDAY-TUESDAY. "HIP" VAUDEVILLE AND Musical Comedy Gordon Presents "A BROADWAY FLIRTATION" A Snappy Musical Comedy iii Two Acts, with Vc-ra .Mar Special Scenic Production Clever Dancc-s Smart Costumes Xeiv Song Ifils _. f WILL H. FIELDS AND LAADELIA in "THE REHEARSAL" Featuring Dancing Sunbeam MARKO In "AMUSING MAGIC" f: Absorb weJ-l veryliredind your fwtburn Eherfi In calutton o! "A85ORBINE JR." Myl KhilicUef! "ABSORBINE" JR." ii eoncentritfd; Cleave! no tuJdue; ii from a gang of crooks. On Monday the blc apeclal feature. Army and Navy Veterans Ass'n LETHBRIDGE UNIT A Grand Sacred Concert Wid Be Given on Sunday Evening Next, June 13th Lrmler the Auspices ot tlm Above Association at the COLONIAL THEATRE COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK WOOL LARGE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis Representing J, KOSHLAND CO. BOSTON Dominion Block Lethbrldas, Alia. MUSICAL COMEDY AT COLONIAL THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE BENTO BROTHERS Aliilellc anil Acrobatic .Novelty Act. Brentwood Pictures Present "THE THIRD GENERATION" A Splendid Six Act feature "HER WINNING "WAYS" Comedy LATEST PATHE REVIEW COLONIAL ORCHESTRA SAME POPULAR PRICES Adults Me Children 25c Mhtinee Dally at 2.30 Nights: 1st Show 7; 2nd Show 9 o'clock. STARTING WEDN'SDAY Great Special Attraction of a vauJSvillo change will be introduced at the Colonial Theatre on -Aiondny and Tuesday, for j the ilip vaudeville show will assume i musical comedy proportions. I Lew Gordon and Vera La Mar arc (Ihe co-stars in Hroadway Flirla- j a tnnefn! musical comedy in I two scenes. I-a Mar as "Don- Premier danFcuso of trif; .Metropol- itan Opera Company of NC.-JV York saillnfr for Kurope. During Iho summer she will visit France, anil Wig-1 Inoil. Effcmscenl Saline rcfintd from medicinal solids found fn the ottural nIFne Hitcts of Li'tlU Mtniloa l.akt. ftdrivci out (oncl up the entire syilem KIMin't IttlM Sill F. YOUNG. Inc., Lyman DuJldJnp, Montrea FMPRESQ TONIGHT MARGUERITE LARK EAs TO GET ix Comedy, The Yellow Dog Catcher WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS" MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO DAYS, THURSDAY FRIDAY, JUNE 17-18 TffiNDEffl Greatest Actress Plays s the Dancer, in a Powerful A SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION OF UNUSUAU SPLENDOR AND BEAUTY SEE THE SMOKING, BURNING VOLCANO IN FULL ACTION. A THRILLING AND REALISTIC SCENE A TROUP OF REAL NATIVE HAWA1IANS PLAY- ING THEIR HARMONIOUS MELODIES MISS UNA CARPENTER IN ARTISTIC NATIVE DANCES PRICES 50c, 75C, NO HIGHER Advance Sale At Armstrong and Rawortli's Tuesday Directed ty Herbert Blache.' Maxwell Kargeri General ;