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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUXE THE LETHIMUME DAELI HEMLD PAGE'FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Close 132 1003J 171 431 WINNIPEG. Juaa demand for cash oals continued unabated ten day. Offerings still continue light. October oats 'today touched tlie re- cord price of 102., The only grade ot harley In demand'on tha market was 3 C.W, The offerings were light and spreads unchanged. Tho market vras July oats. unchanged; Octo- ber cent Uiefccr and December Vic lower; barley li cent lower for i and 2 cc-hls jaiyer for October; flat 2 cents lower for July cent down for October. t Quotations Open i July 182 1 Dec............. July 175 Oct. July............ Oci......: quoted.' Cash Prices i I w.....isste r. c. w. Kiln 1 Feed i Feed.....J37V4' a Track......................132, I S C. V. ....199 4 C. W. -.-.369 Rejected Keed Track i 1 N. C....................42S> 2 C. W. 3'C. W.....3'1 I Condemned..................341 Track......................438 2 C. W....................-..-. N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK, June lli. Closiu sales: C. P. R. U. S. Steel 93% U. S. Steel preferre-' JOoii. Calgary Livestock- OALGAHY, June and ten cattle arid 500 hogs" w.ere-.on; the market today. Tradevwaa slow nnd few sales of butcher cattle effect- ed at'noon. Clioico butcher steers }13 '.to J14; cows 112 to 513. There was a good demand for stockers." Select hogs pH. cars J1S.50 to A few lights made 421.50. 1 i Wants Amnesty Declared in the United States for Political Offenders. MONTREAL, Juno Ameri- can Federation of Lalior in lln annual onventlon here today called upon Wilson and Attorney-Cen- tral Palmer of the Uuiled States to ecure "amnesly' ail political tha resolution declaring hat tho further prosecution and im- prisonment In the United Stales of lolitical offenders Is contrary to demo- cratic Idealism and the of :rcedom to which oiu- country is com-, milled. L. Kobbins, of (he Central Labor body of New York, in an address de- clared that tersons .were being held in prisons in the United States for alleged }war-time offences and be- cause of their "political beliefs." A resolution was adopted demand- ing the "repeal'- of tho compulsory arbitration sections ot tha Escli-Cum- mins Transportation act of 1920. The executive oouncil was instructed to Douglas MacLearan, who Is co-feat- ured with Doris May, iu Thomas H. Ince's great coniedy success, "What's Your Husband which' opens at the popular Empress theatre to- day, has proven to bo one of the season's, best comedy hits. Hailed by tho press, and public as the best com- edy ot tno year, and tho patrons of the Empress 'has uo Famous this, as they will well remember Mr. MacLearan and Miss May in "Twenty Three and a Half Hours There is also one .of those snappy .Christie comedys on the.biU as well as'Outlug- Chester's latest release, which Is Bald to ba tho most beautiful of all Chest- er pictures. pearance as star at the Colonial theatre on Friday in an adaptation of the noted drama "PantKea" by Mnnckton Horte. This Is the play In which Mme. Olga Pelro- va starred so, successfully oa the American several seasons ago, aiid which created a furore through- out Europe, being acclaimed one of the strongest dramas of tha age. It was chosen as Miss Talir.adge's first vehicle und'er her new management, as the title rolo affords the'beautiful and talented young player the great- est opportunity of career for emo- tional acting. NAZIM.OVA DANCES take steps coun to'br ing about this action. Tbo introduction of military training iiito tho scnools'.was condemned by Hie convention-arid the executive cttan- cil is urged 'to oppose any attempt to establlsh-vcVnipulsory military ser- iinuecessai-y, undesirable and The f ederatioh approved- the execu- tive council's '-report urging the people of; the cquntry-to demand of congress measures" fundamental relief from bp'prosElve- 'legislation, measures of "iindamentifl character looking toward "A NIGHT- IN HONOLULU" The scenes of this latest pluy of Hawaiian life an1, laid on the Island of Hawaii. There are. three acts. Tho action takes place iu a small village on the bay of -Hilo, not far from the Volcano Kilauea. It concerns an epifode in the life of a beautiful Ha waiiah vocdoo woman, an Englishman and Iheir child. Tho play reveals the story of a night long past as one pic a terrific storm raping on the outside of a but. The voodoo woman amid- Ihe chants and weird music of her native companions is heard pray- ing for the recovery of her infant who lies near death and for the safe re- turn of her lover, who has gone to Hllo. An old Servitor enters and tells her the lover will never, return IN LATEST PICTURE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Star- Coming to Colonial Theatre in Adaptation of a Wylle Novel Flaying Ihe faschiajins role ot a jildon music hall darjter who finds romance in the heart of India, the superb Naziinbya is coming to Ihe Colonial The'alre for :i run of tffo days, beginning Wednesday next.' The Russian star's newest screen vehicle Is-entitled "Stronger -Thsu and of tho produc tloh describe it'as the most ambitious yet done by N'azimova. "Strongef'Than Death" Is a screen adaptation of .the brilliant novel b> 1. A. H. .It is a story of beautiful and poetic love, which tie velops. between a man and u womai placed by.fate into an atmosphere o danger and, .swiftly moving eventi Stirring, drama at all limes Illumines the making It one ot those stories that gets H strong'hold upon the emotions of the spectator.' Briefly, it concerns one Sigrid Per- sen, favorite qf Paris and London thea- tres, who arrives in an English army barracks-town deep iu the Jungles of India. She meets a hostile recepcion urrcncy deflation and he cost of living." icrjEP.ii Grand 'Forks Appeals for Partj R. C. M. P. (o Protect Homes. GRAND yORKS, B.C., June tho raqucst of tho civic authorities hero a patrol of Royal Canadian Mounted Police has been established to assure safety (o several ,-borne which became lerro'r-stricken tbrougl shadowing 'and following lh< murder of Constable George'Stanfield 1 last week. Tho sliooling of the ofljcsr has frightened many residents, the (own being infested by the scum of r smugglers from across the intcraa- llonal line. reduction. In ANGLICAN SYNOD OPENS IN CALGARY; IMPRESSIVE PROCESSION TAKES PLACE OALGAIIY, June impres- sive ceremony the eighteenth .annual synod of the Anglican dioceae ot Cal- gnVywa'j-convened this morning with some.thirty IW.nxen and an equal num- ber-ot clergy-and churcti-dighitaries present who gathered in Paget Hall it and marched to the Pro-' Cathsdral for.sorvice. The-procession was headed by 'Rev.' Canon Galo fol- lowed by, the .Jay representatives, of the various-.-parlsh'ea. ot Calgary and the surro'u'ndinE districts.: Then came the clergy- in full vestments according to their- church, and last his rWBlipP of Calgary, preceded veneral Archdeacon Timnis' and ..Archdeacon Hayes. On entering- -the church the laymen sep' aralcd -and .fonned.'on cither side-of the the''clergy passed'to, the chancel.-'- Mallns'SweVo. by the- Very Revereti'd'Dean raget'-.while.Rev. C. to her, that lie lias- gone to Iiito to from tbe smalt "and gossipy commun- await the arrival of the boat from ity of British, but her personality wins England, which will bring him his them after her first lest. white wife and baby. He swears by She falls in love with a physician, tlie great goddess Pele maliou is correct, slio window the English vessel out of her course by the storm and struggling in the breakers sending out calls for help. The natives in their superstitious fears -do not dare aid the 'ill-fated vessel and it is wrecked, washing ashore many of the passen- gers, the majority of whom .were drowned; among these is the white wife of the Englishman, but the child survives. -The Hawaiian wife substi- tutes tlio white child for lier. osvn, rears her, and in tlie following two acts, which are supposed to take place seventeen years later, the.child-is seen as the .girl "Kalania" favored by the gods and the idol of the natives. At the Majestic Thursday and.Fri- day, June 17th and IStli. 'ele that his Inter-1 known as the hermit doctor, who is de- liows her from- tlie i'votiug his life to treating the native driven far Hindus during an epidemic of cholera. 3ecause of the harshness of Ihe Brit- ish commander ot the--post, anil a wrong he, had committed against "the jride of a sacred dancer ol .he native troops, incited tlie of the temple, plan a On {he.night'.the uprising Is to take massacre ot the whites, as ijj'objecl. Sigrid goes to the temple-, .steps to dance in the lover had oltei dreariied of b'er doing. Her lithe fig ure, in flowing'white, fills the native w.Hh awe, i'nd believing her to bo the of the defiled "bride o they, fijT down to worshi her. She dances jiiitil sho is exhaust ed, in order to lijold the blacks froi tlieir contemplated revolt, and by s doing enables -British Teinforcemenl !o get up NORMA TALMADGE AT COLONIAL FRIDAY Norm a Taltnadgc will.make Home, of-: Ghu'rch i and Arch- :dcacon Timms of-.Sarcee Mission, took the choral fiervico LIEUT.-GEN. SIR -RICHARD TURNER GOES NORTH FRANCE IS AWARDED yERDICT FOR AGAINST U. S. RAILWAY Produckie Star-in a Dramd -Tremendous, Strength 'the Ehenoirien L Dancer v i ffllflNUI TON1GHTand lULUillAL-TJiURSDAY Mat Daily at 2.30. Nights at 7 and 9 Aduhs 40 cents; Children 20 cents JERSEY CITY, 'NX, Juno jury which heard the suits brought by France, .England, and tlio Aetna Explosives''Company against the Le- high.Valley Railroad Company for loss ot munitions destroyed in the Black Tom erosion, July 30, Satui'- day awarded damages ot to Prance imd found for the defendant in the other two cases. The French claim was for explosives stored ill tho railroad yards, but the English and -Aetna-claims were, for munitions loaded, on barges which were tied to thd piers and characteriz ed as "trespassers" b'y EDMONTON; Juno i Sir Hichard Turner. V.C., who led the 2nd Canadian division In Franco mid later commanded all the Canadian forces In England, has been caught by the luro o! tho far north. Sir llichard 'is going to Herschel Island. He will ieayo this week on his ten .week journey down the MacKenr.ic river. "It is Jusi a slimmer the gen- eral explained. "I have always want- ed to sec Coil's country lip in tho norih, and now that I have tlie oppor- tunity, I am-making the most of it." Sir Richard has not yet moved his home to Victoria appeals 10 him juat now, 'ftnd after his visit Pl P, nt. to Africa, wliicli he plans to do FLUN BY 'next year, ho expects to settle down in the coast city, I' TUB June Shafts 1st tli6'Flln Floti'inino are'tiow being sunk hy plants were put in operation-'and the shaft sinking changed from hand work to air drills. Both .sKnfts have been sunk by hanrf lo a depth of SO feet each. Tho shafts, which are about 550 feet apart, contain two com France, and Aetna Ex'ploshca Company JISJ.OOO. The amounts sued for wert Bngand 1 SELLS REAL ESTATE FROM AIRPLANE WLNNIPJ-M, June A no- .vel method of selling farm land was introduced here, recently -when a local real estate agent conducted hia prospective pur- clascr by a 25 minute air trip to a farm M miles from this city and closed the deal over flic wings of an air- plane. This is claimed lo bo tho first lime In America that a real estate company lias given :a purchnscr a real "bird's eyo" view of tbclr property. flarlmbnta.of. fe feet clear. No L is liolne put down in the foot wall, and No. 2 is expected to strike ore at 100 feet. Tho two shafts will be con- nected lip byrtrlfts. H is iinOerstoon (Mat they will be sunk1 to a total depth of MO feel, witli levels at every 100 feet. 'About 150 men are now engaged in the work. Three. eight-hour shifts" are being worked, nnd It Is estimated that five feet of sinking (n each shaft vet day will bo maintained Ihroughqul. This works out at about 160 feet a month. WOOL EMPRESS THE TODAY AND TOMORROW MACLEAN DOECIS A Delightful Comedy-drama That Hits the Spot A'Ci-IRISTIE COMEDY AND CHESTER OU.TINQ A-Rare Show at Popular Pj-ices EMPRESS FEATURES The.World's Greatest Stars The World's Greatest Plays "Perfect Ventilating System Perfect Projection Under the Supervision of an I.A.T.S.E. Projectionist 'CONCERT ORCHESTRA You Can Never Go Wrong When Visiting THE E.MP.RE.SS The and Most Comfortable Place in. Town. MAJESTIG THE PHOENIX THEATRE announces that they have secured for their OPENING FEATURE on MONDAY NEXT TOM MIX "Six-Shooter Andy" And Will Continue to Run, for Iho Benefit of Our Patrons "THE BLACK SECRET" 141h Episode (with Pearl ALSO A SPLENDID COMEDY TOM while yoa fellers are staying home nights listening to home-made beer ferment, you want lo remember that there's just one way to Keep a dog from going mad In that is to shoot him In ju'ncl LARGE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis representing J. KOSHLAND 4. CO, BOSTON Dominion Block A SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION OF UNUSUAL SPLENDOR AND BEAUTY SEE THE 3MOKING, BURNING VOLCANO IN FULL ACTION, A THRILLING AND REALISTIC SCENE A TROUP df REAL NATIVE HAWAIIANS SINGING AND PLAY- ING THEIR 1CAHMONIOUS MELODIES -MISS UNA CARPENTER IN ARTISTIC NATIVE DANCE3 PRICES............................ 50c, 75c, NO HIGHER SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT K. J. BISHOP, Manager ;