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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHBRHX1E DADL.T .HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS :Juuo cash grain markets were quiet and the vol- ume of business.extremely light. Good deraand existed'lor oats and barley but wasy being offered. Spreads were unchanged. There was little or no demand for flar -at un- changed spreads. Oals closed 1% lower for'July; cent higher for Cjeiober Hud cent higher for December; July barley 1% cents higher aud October ft cent higher; (lax I cent lower for July and cents higher for October. Quotations Open. Close. July "October, V. K 12S 91 Ti NO DEALING OFF THE BOTTOM WITHTHIS DEALER 14SU 148% fftily X.. ...'430 429 October-...........-. quoted. Cash Prices No. 2 No. 3 C.W. Kitra No. 1 Feed Xo. No. 2 I'oed..l29H Track ..'..............120 Rejected....1C2H Feed ..'-....162K No.-l N.W.C. John M. A., of Pinclier Creek, Is tha new grand master of the Masonic grand lodge of Alberta. He was elected at the Installation, of officers. hell) at the convection at Banff Thursday. Tiio. other officers arc as follows: Deputy grand master, J. Watson- Young, Canirose; senior grand .war- den, P. S. Selwood, Calgary; junior grand warden, Geo. Murray, Medicine Hat; grand secretary, S. .Y. Taylor; grand treasurer, Thos. Sharpe; graud registrar, J. H. Johnson; grand charA lain, Hev. Capt. Do noon, Lethbridge. The convention was one of the most i successful ever held. Ono of the.out-! standing features was the satisfactory ropoft-ot the'benevolence committee. The entertainment ottlie visitors was provided by Cascade lodge of Banff in a roost lilting "manner. There was smoker on Wednesday evening at the Moimt Royal hotel, followed by a dance.1 GOVERNBIENT OPENS POPE LEASE FOR ONLY RETURNED SOLDIERS No.: 2 4 22 Condemned .324 2 C.W. ..............426 No. 3 C.W...369 Track ..-120 ____ 227 New York Stocks NEW YORK, Juno. Closing pales: C. P. K., 113% U. S.. StceV Steel "preferred, 105SJ. Winnipeg Livestock WIN'XIPEG, JUIIQ_ (Dominion Re'ceipla-'lOb Qattlo and .150 liogs. Market quietl Best quality butcher steers to }15.50; fair to food to female, chc-ice quality to J13.oO; fair to good 56.50 to Jll.OO; feeder steers JS.50 to Jll.OO; stockera ?6.00 to ?7.60.' The hog market was lu line -with Friday at J1S.50! He remembered the time a cut got infected and laid Kimjip for two weeks. So this time he Jt prevented infection and healed the cut gently in two days. He always has Men- thol atum handy now for cuts, bums, bruises, etc, When he had a cold he put Mcntholatum in his nostrils. It ttopped trouble The Ltntc Nunt for Lilile fib" 'ilie geatlo but questionable art ot dealing off the bottom of the dec' bo a thing ot the. past, when this device of a French' inventor is adopted by our best card players. The device consists a metal tray large enough to ponlaln a deck of cards, and a rubber rim, kepi lu-contact with tho topmost card by means of a spring. Connected to the wheel is a small chain lo which la terminating In-a loop lor the fiager Bach time ile wire Is pulled a card is dealt CALGARY, June lo No. 4 "CiW... i a telegram received at the local Sol- ler Settlement Board offices ou Sat- rday morning from Ottawa, the Pope -ease will be made available for sol- ier settlement on June 29. Tho Pope Lease, sometimes called the West- lew Ranch, is said to be tine of the nest pieces of agricultural laud in the province, containing '.about cres. Soldier- officials late that- It will; be, disposed of by ;ale at a very conservative figure to returned soldiers mo hundred applications inquiring about tills tract of laud hayo, been re- ceived as'.If. had been krlc-w.n for some Ime that the government would eventually throw it open for soldier seltlement. It will bo' disposed of by mllot in a similar''manner to that in which the Hudson's Bay land at Delia was parcelled out. Terms'and prices lave not been definitely settled, but will be available in a short lime. The Pope Lease is situated Dnimheller near Carboti and it adjoins Ihe Red Daer river. There are many returned men in Calgary who have been waiting for.mouths in order to acquire a parcel-of this excellent land. Under the-new legislation recently passed by .government giving special advantages to returned men eettling on raw. land this affords a Soldi.er'Set- llemeBi Board 'oflicialsrstated that ev- ery1 applicant must have A: qualifica- tion certificate which will have to be renewed il Issued prior to October last, that (hey. might; bo qualified to oE this land.- STEFANSSON RAISES MONEY FOR CARIBOU FARMING IN NORTH OTTAWA. Jjno Canadian Press) Private auvices received from New York state that Vilhjmar Stefansson has arrived-in that city with capital to develop reindeer.breed- ing In Baffin Land, south of the CSlh parallel. The report states that SteE- ansson claims to have raised the ne- cessary capital England, and that he will take advantage of the ordcr- iu-couucil passed hero granting him a 30-year lease of the area'. The lerms o( "the lease Uiat Uio land shall be rent free tor the first 15 years, and following that period tfiere will be an annual rental of He pi-eposes to introduce 10.per cent of the wild caribou stock with the. reindeer year- ly.. FOREST FIRES FORCE PEOPLE TO BO ATS'IN NFLD. THREATEN TOWNS HAMILTON WANTS TO BE AN OCEAN PORT ST. JOHNS, Nfld., June the legislature was .yesterday recelv ing reports-from many sections of the island of the dangerous forest fires burning, smoke from.them vas'pour ing in through the windows of. th Role.of. a Run awa Dainty Marguerito Clark, herself wedded not. EO many mop na ngo, (s a irldp.in her latest picture, "Easy to whicji will he shown, at tha Em press Theatre today for last lime. The story centers arouud the- honey- moon of Mllly and Boh Morehouse. On the train Bob encolmtero a frietd, who is down in the dumps as the re- sult. of pursuing a girl for threo years in vain. lu a misguided attempt to cheer 'him 'tip, tho young bridegroom remarks that all women are "easy to get.'' Miliy chances to. overhear the rematk: and' resolves j: to. punish her liusband. Leaving the train, runs into a 'series of wild and humorous adventures, leading tho now chfe-tened a. merry chaso and finally forcing him to ransom her for from a gang of crookjs. On Monday the big siiedal feature, "What Eh'cry Woman starring Enid Bennett, will be -shown. "A NIGHT IN HONOLULU "A. Night in which comes to the Majestic next Thursday and Pri day, June 17 IS, is a story Hawaii, which immediately suggests a myriad of thoughts to the stranger especially, the American. One'picturcs JIawali as a land of sunshine, of flow ers and of music. One cannot bring the sunshine of Hawaii to our land nor tho flowers in their glorious radi ance, but the music is another matter Tho Americans have tafcen tho beauti ful wistful music of Hawaii to the! hearts as they nave no other.'. Thi quaint "Uketele" nbv; holds a-faroi'et placo in our hurofs. Students of thli instrument are ns numerous as thosi. the violin. In "A .N'ight in Hono- lulu" one may hear tho veritable na tive musicians chant their weird mclo dies, hear mournful death or the gay care-free' hnli music. It all has a peculiar, fascina lion for us and is an opportunity no to bo missed. Starting Wednesday 'at thft1 Colonial. Real Help lor Tired Feet A and on ycitt i moftol tie oi cr ihou tft LAST TIMES MARY MACLAREN In "THE FORGED A' Ureat Special Production Second Episode of BOUND AND GAGGED1 The Colonial's New Serial Surprise. "MY DOG PAL" Funniest.of the Funny Century Cornedic-5. Orchestra. Prices 35c and lOc MONDAY-TUESDAY "HIP" VAUDEVILLE AND Musical Cemedy Low Gordon Presents "A BROADWAY FLIRTATION" A Snappy Musical Comedy in Two Acts, wllh Vera Ixs Mar Scenic Production Qlever Dances Smart Costumes Now Song Hits WILLH. FIELDS AND LA ADELIA in "THE REHEARSAL" Featuring La Dancing Sunbeam MARKO. In "AMUSING MAC1C" THE BENTO BROTHERS Athletic iinil Acrobatic Novelty Act. Pictures Present "THE 'THIRD GENERATION" A Splendid Six Act Feature "HER WjNNING WAYS" Comedy LATEST VATHE REVIEW COLONIAL ORCHESTRA SAME POPULAR' PRICES Adults Children 25c Matinee Daily at 2.30 Nights: 1st Show 7; 2nd Show 9 o'clock, MUSICAL COMEDY THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY Somewhat of a Yiuderlllo change will b.e introduced at -the Colonial Theatre on Monday nnd Tuesday, for the Hip vaudeville show will assume musical- comedy proportions'. and Vera. LA Mar are the co-stars in "-.V Broadway FTIrta- n tuneful musical .comedy in two scenes.. -Miss Mar as "Don- Premier of trie Metropol- itan Opera Company ol Xcv.v York calling for Kuropo. During tile summer slio will visit Ita'.y, Trance, .and Brig. I land. I Efferrescent Saline refined from the medicinal solid) found in the natuni ivaleri of Litllo Minilou Like; ft drivei ouLttnpuriliciVnrftmolei up cnlirc sylltm HuUtHMlt Silt If Hi: (in) III Mirlffl's Va'tn OiCifi! A ntliiu! Hi] MI'.II Sold at al! fooddr'ucciiLi Rtm'ilie> Lid. Kipfnipia STARTING WEDN'SDAY RMPRESQ JTONJGHT MARGUEITE TO GE-r; Fox Comedy, The Yellow Oog catcher IN "WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS" MAJESTIC Greatest Actress A SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION OF UHUSUAL SPLENDOR AND BEAUTY SEE THE SMOK1NO, BURNING VOLCANO IN FULL ACTION, A THRILLING AND SCENE A TROUP OF REAL NATIVE HAWAIIANS SINGING AND PLAY-. ING THEIR HARMONIOUS MELODIES MISS UNA CARPENTER IN ARTISTIC NATIVE DANCES PRICES........................... 50c, 75C, NO HIGHER Advance Sale at Armstrong and Raworth's Tuesday the Daiicer.'in'a, Powerful Drama from.fche'Nbvelt Hefterfc Blache? __ j Maxwell Director General ;