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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE io, 1920 'THE LKMUJmiXiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE WINNIPEG. June Acute short- age ot cash oats sail barley on the local market is being felt keenly by the trade as a good deuiand eiists for both cereals, coming principally from Eastern Canada. Trices are advanc- Ing and big premiums are being paid in an effort to draw stocks from the country.' Cash oat prices lor 2 C. was 6K 'cents' OTor July "while pre- mium No. '3 C. barley, Its 25 cents over July Oats closed 3 cents higher tor July; October IS cents.lilghor and December cents barley cents, higher for July and up for October; flax cents higher for July and October 2 cents up. Quotations Open July 130 Oct. 99 July ma Oct. July 430 Oct. wx quoted. Prices Q 3 C. W. KSlteJ Feed Close 132 .10014 S3 154% 433 429 13SV4 One Per Cent. Sales Tax Will He Subject of Debate in the House. i'Trac' .235 New York Stocks NEW YORK. June Closing Eales: C. P. K., 112 1-4; U. S. Steel, 'S3 1-4; V. S. Steel preferred, 101 3-S. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. June OTTAWA, Juno the re- ;olutiou-to amend the luxury and tales laics comes before the public, there Is likely to.bo eomo considerable oritlcizm ot provision to which prac- tically no attention has BO far.been paid. Tho provision deals particular ly with the one per cent sales tax Under the original .resolution as sub milted in the burget speech, the sales tax was one per' cent, payable by manufacturer or wholesaler. Pro- were made by jobbers to the de partment- o! finance, that goods 5old by tho manufacturer to. the retailer would be taicd one per cent, -while if the goods were sold to a jobber am by him to a retailer, the manufacture: and jobber would each have to pa; one per cent., or two per cent, on thi goods In all. Under the amendment, goods sol bv the manufacturer 'directly to th retailer or consumer will now be taxe I'woiper cent. critics of the amend ment claim that It is a. recognition o iihe mlddlemenVy, "A NIGHT'In HONOLULU" A uew Howar Mc'ICent'Barnes7'l5 tbld in three act .-.beautiful Hawaiian girl, desc-rte Jqver, 'an' Englishman, In spirit of revenge substitutes the chll of his white wife for that of her OTI which has died -and rears her as native. She is afterwards known a a dancing' girl of Hawa She is sought afCcr by the white pe pie, flattered and favored by them, b when her heart goes out to a whl Livestock Receipts light, 54 cattle, 115 hogs, and .47 sheen. A handful of butcher cattle sold at steady prices, with, killing steers run- .nirig from ?12i50 to choice, fe- male butchers, to good heavy feeder steers, J10.0U io f 10.50. Outside of a few sales recorded thero was: nothing doing In any class or gratis ot cattle. Hogs unchanged at for se lecta. thm by Nazlmova. Briefly, it. concerns one Slgrid Ker- en, favorite of Paris and London thea- res, who arrives in an English. arm> barracks town deep In the jungles of ndla. She meets a hostile reception rom the small and gossipy communm if British, -but her' personality wins hem after her first test. She falls in lovo with a physician, mown as the hermit doctor, who is de- voting his life to treating the native Hindus during an epidemic of "chol- era. Because of the harshness of tho British commander of and i wrong he had committed against "tho bride of a sacred daucer of the temple, the native troops, in- cited by the high priest of the tem- ple, plan a revolt. On the night the uprising is .to take o( the defiled "bride of Vishnu." they] fall down to worship her. She dances until she is exhausted, in order to hold the blacks from their contemplated re- volt, and iy so doing enables British reinforcements to get up and save the situation. COLONIAL MANUFACTURERS GET .MUCFl' BENEFIT FROM I CALGARY) June from their annual contention held in Van- couver, some tho Can- adian Manufacturers' Association pass- ed through Calgary .Monday evening on the 0. M. A. special. Despite the 10-minutq stop, it was, sufficient to glean from a number of the eastern- ers that the trip through the-C'ana- riian west hadxbeen a revelation to them. "It has been a tour that I think every -member of tho C. 11. A. will derive great benefit from." snid former Pres- .Ident'T. P. Howard. "Wo can sympa- thize with the view of western people that the future of Canada lies with 'Ihe western provinces, with their great r.a'-'jral, .resources, peopled by men and women who know not of failure." FINE VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE LAST TIME TONIGHT The season was offCTOd Colonial theatre last night-proved to be one 'of the The sliow- opens with Slarko..a con- jurer of more than ordinary skill, who presents an entertaining exhibition of tricks. Next comes Will Fields and La Ade- lla in their comedy skit, "The Re- an amusing act which is liv- ened up with some'clever toe'danc- ing by La Ad el ia, and some real com- edy by Billy Fields. .As.-a big "littl surprise at the -finish', ot the act. tiny, lovable tut oC a. four years ot.ago sings .with rare, ability for so young a performer a couple of ballads. Last night .this clever kid- die was obliged W respond to num- erous bows and encores. Lew Gordon and Vera La Mar In 'A Broadway Flirtation" presented TONIGHT (TUESDAY) LAST SHOWS OF THE 4 "HIP" VAUDEVILLE Lew Gordon and Vera Le Mar in "A BROADWAY FLIRTATION" WILL FIELDS and LA ADELIA in "The Rehearsal5' TKE BENTO BROS. Edward Uicey was fatally Kurt when.'thrown out ot his ric near something'new In "IIlp" acts. They idea have a new and neat comedy which they put over nicely. Closing the show camp tho Bent Brothers in a skilful gymnastic hlbitlon. Tho boys are original anil PROVINCE OF ALBERTA; TO Dy .virluo of a Writ of feeciition issued out of the District Court of at tho suit of JOE A. POUL1OUT, plaintiff, and HOMER E. BENSON'and BERT CLAUCHER. Defendants, and to me directed against the Goods and Chattels ot Horcer B. Benson and Bon Claughcr, I have seized and taken into execution the-' following Goods and Chattels, namely: ONE REGISTERED PERCHERQN STALLION WEIGHT 2200 LBS. COLOR BLACK. COMJNO EIGHT YEARS OLD; WHICH I SHALL EXP08E FOR SALE ON Monday, the 21st Day of June, 1920 AT BONNELL'S LIVERY BARN, THIRD STREET, LETHBRIDGE AT .THE HOUR OF IN THE AFTERNOON MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District Shorifl's Office: Lethtiriilge, Juno IDlli, 1920. WOOL LARGE OR SMALL LOTS LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONS'lGNMENTS f" T siopn V', LiCWlS Uthbridse, Athletic Gymnasts GREAT PHOTOPLAY 50c and 25c BILL EMPRESS THEATRE UST TIMES TODAY ENID BENNETT (IN What Every Woman learns' Is marriage a disappointment to every woman? Docs every bride discover that her husband is not what she imagined him? See what the girt in this picture learned. Charlee Ciiaplin in 'Police A SCREAM, A RIOT IN EVERY FOOT COMING WEDNESDAY POUGLAS MACLEAN AND DORIS MAY IN "WHAT'S YOUR HUSBAND A Filmusicat Comedy That Hits The Spot" ED. and THUR5. -MATS YOUR HUSBAND DOING? WEEK 1 GREAT SPECIAL ATTRACTION Matinee Daily at Nights at and Adults 40 Cents Children if) Cents It Was TKe Dance of Fate, of_ Hundreds of People .fended on the 'Waning Strength of >Sigrid, the Dancer... Sid, she Jail, tium? COMING TO THE EMPRESS THEATRE' ON ;.ri- WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY OF THIS WEEK OTIC El THE STARLAND, 1 THEATRE will be Closed for Alterations the entire week. We will reopen on Monday June 21st, under the name of the PHOENIX THEATRE, with entire change of program. noprcsenltDg J. KOSHt-AND A CO. BOSTON UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT K. J, BISHOP, Manager by CKayles Birijankfrom tlw 'Directed by Herbert BlacHe in. Breathless JlcL's. MAJESTIC THEATRE TWO DAYS, THURSDAY -.FRIDAY, JUNE 17-18 A SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION OF UNUSUAL SPLENDOR AND BEAUTY' SEE THE SMOKING, BURNING VOLCANO IN FULL ACTION. A THRILLING A TROUP OF REAL NATIVE HAWAIIAN3 SINGING AND PLAY- ING THEIR HARMONIOUS MELODIES MISS UNA CARPENTER IN ARTISTIC NATIVE DANCES PRICES 750, St.OO NO HIGHER SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S ;