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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JL.'XK THE LErVHRRHVlK DAILY UKHALII PAGE FIVE VMIUFVIflF V. rVU MARKETS WIXXIPHC. June reaction from (he Uigli poiuls was .noticeable i today ami the exec-Hew growing ililicus arc MONTKBAU June to influence a bear Bentimcul. Thcjcan of Labor in its ton- Aitscri- and the arccmiiamuient on native ElrmucnU is iihnumi' anj Mark Twain ader his tint, visit to Uic Hawjtilau Islands', said in an inter- view: inusie of the llawaiiaus, tUc most fascinating in tbo world; is still iu my ears anil baunls me sleep- iug mid viking. I can still hear tho ot the surf at Waikaikl, eep ihc jiluluy palms drowsiun by Hie shors. the garlanded crags ShJ the 'demand was'not F.II keen today here today, authorized .the: cascades, and this music fills me with tbo spirit of. its woodland Breads for oats fell 1 utir. per uushel. Offerings coKlluvied light. Spreads were unchanged. Oats closed 1 cent lower for July; pclober 1.54 cents losr- e'r and December HI cents lower; bar- Icy lower for July am! tents down for October; flax C lower for July and Mi cents down (or October. Oats- July Oct.' Dec Quotations: Open Closo 131 99 'A 171 14'J 4211 427 July Ocl.......'.. Klas-- July........ pel....... (luotetl, Cash Prices No. 2 C W. No. 3 C. KW'.i Extra No. 1 Kced No. 1 l-'eed No. 2 Krai Track 331 No. :i C. V.'. No. I C. W. 1CG% Kejected ...JG3v; Kecd Track 1TO% No. 1 N. W. C. :xo. c. 4is'i NO. ii'.'c. w: STU Condemned'337 Track......122 No. 2 C. W. IK H Y. Stocks NEW YORK, Jmie 17. Closing- sriles: C. I'.' IS. U. S: Steel 9S; 1'nited Slates Steel preferred I'Jo'.s. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK' Junu Livestock 300. cat-[ tie. 700 bogs and 115 sheep. The kei was fairly dcilvu for all classes grades of'cattle. Choice butcher: steers. JM.50 to ,510.00; fair to Rood 1 5H.OOMO 'host iniality fema'le i bntcherB J12.50 to ?l4.0n; fair to good V-'.SU to veal calves I to j The sheep aiid hog market held steady. Hogs, selects, J1S.50.' coiitiuuailou of tbc organization cam- lijti the iron and steel industry.. The cicculive council was instruct- ed to'Cjll a conference of tlio inlenia- licual' unions concerned in the organ- ization work'for the purpose ot get- ting their "full cooperation11 in the campaign. Amid.a great demonstration, tno convention reaffirmed its stand for re- cognition of Ihe Irish republic and requested that the "military forces of occupation iii Ireland ho' with- drawn" and that the Irish people bo accorded the ot self-determina- tion.1 In "A Xlglit in' Honolulu." which cornea to tho Majestic .neii Thursdas and Friday, the native Hawaiian sing crs and musicians-will he found to occupy a great deal .of the specta tor's attention. Hawaiian music by the gifted native singers and players been a great success in ue cause it is different. The wistful heauty of the music seems to, carr> tho American audience across the I'o cific lo the Island Paradise. The. .me lodlons strains of their quaint 'song seen iu Tlie story and cast Is well goUoi up. .The .sellings aro tie most -elaborale yet as' well. 1'he picluro starts with a Uang and continues to er'eatis hundreds of Jauglis thiougTIoul. Doueias .MacLean and" Doris May made tUcir first pearance In Uetliuridge some montlis ago In "Twentyv.Three and a Half Jlours In which ilK-y made .utjuiselves Uiealre goers. tlie knov.-u farce on Broadway, and olfers' both MacLean and May great Its. of v.hlch they .iccomplish In great Btylq. "What's Your Husband will be shown tonight for the last lime. Friday and Saturday, Wallace Held will be ecen in his new picture "Ex- cuse My Dust." .whlcli Is said to bo far better than his average pictures. besides packing the house, won njw laurels for a portrayal cC a character vhtch takes rauk with Ihe sreate.-t roles cf the spoken or drann. her'Selznlck-IMctures prqrtuctlpns. aieiuct's tuft difficult and intensely dra- ller nicrpretation of bigrSd the rolc ,ht. ,0 hold (he the Ijolatllo dancer oU this London: mis country .by Mme. Olga Pet.-cva.i picture, patrons. The music halls, whom throws into ,ha[ glvcs lhc iUT with I'anlbca version of the noicd-drama jinatie siloes in ivhicli tl'.e story o! Monckton Hoffe. 'Tuuthea" abouuue. Taiitlieu" Miss Talmadgo plays' Tho theme uf "Panthea" is one cal- interest cf nil The story begjus In gives Ihe young star with I'anlbca fleeing from tho conflict aud intrigue in tianfe u, ter'faKvt to net of the dreaded secret poiicj heart of Indta, demonstrated why ui llcr have falsely acoiaed her of hling t Escaping to pngland. a youof composer siiuaiion iu the conies -.vliei] she sacrifices herself tha' he may achieve success. t i i. j i tii-- nj'.'st ui injr ziioova has Been called the star c.( a nom press reports in Xciv York wllhlheIrfthbridge housand moods' and the greatest vvhere raarries What's Your Husband ress in the world. Her expressive shown; MNs has -catures registered every shade ut j eveil mo3i 'What's Your Husband Thomas comedy sue- with Aiacl-ean and Doris May. proved to be, one of the best and most original comedy-dramas ever NAZIMOVA SHINES !N DANCER'S ROLE Star Wins New Laurels at the Colonla Theater in "Stronger Than Death" Score another "tremendous triump] for Nacimcva.' Tbis amating siar of a'ppeared in her latest pro- duction, "Stronee'r Thru Death." yes- meaning and all of tne tumuli lnc iu the greatest raged tbe dancer's soul. A widely read novel by I. A. R. Wyllo was adapted by Charles Rryant vehicle for Nailmova. It .Is a romance, of the most Uirilliug sort. a love story that reaches alti- tudes' of poetic beauty. The scene is in a small British community in India. This same identical production wiilj bo shown for positively tho last times at the Colonial tonight Manager Brown has .bopked Norma Talmadpe to appear in "1'anthea" to- morrow and Saturday. AT THE 'COLONIAL The feature at Hie Cplmilul Friday and Saturday v.-ill be the long-herald cd' appearance of the popular young tcrday at tho Colonial (heater, and star Norma Talmadge in the first POSITIVELY THE LAST TIMES TONIGHT (THURSDAY) Ben-are of gum tenderness that warns of Pvorrhca. Four out of five people over'forty liave un- der forty also. Loosening teeth indi- Pyorrhea. Bleeding gums, too. inflamed, .bleeding gums act as so many doorways for 'disca'e'gerras to enter the, system- infect ing tlw joints or "cniiip.B other ailmcnls. Forlun's ppsilively prevents Pyor- in linie and used consist- caily. As iL hardens gums the teeth become firmer. ''Brush your teeth with Fothan's. It c5eans the teeth them white and clean.' H gum-shrinkage1 has already set te, E'.Eitusteiil'orrian'sanri comulta dcn- ti" iranic-diatcly for special treatment. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you. Eciid price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. LTD., Montreal W 0 0 L LARGE OR SMALL- LOTS PURCHASES LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581. P. V. Lewis Rcpre-icntiug J. KOSHLAND CO. BOSTON FOR THE GUMS General Meeting G. W. Sundaty, June 3 p.m. ALL MEMBERS IjigST HAVE MEMBERSHIP CARDS OR RECEIPT i'.BEFORE THEY WILL BE ADMITTED "delicious and re- freshing" mean the most. Dominion Block Lethbridgc, Alta. v: A .liiduslriiilism Will Continue to Expand on Prairies. WIN'XIl'HG, June (Canadian Canada iniiy be likenetl to. one, Iremcmlous green field which holds promise of a crop that will equal the.lfll.n croi) according to] the! views expressed by inciuucrs of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, arrived here Uris morning from I -Vancouver they hive ing thcir.coiiyention.., Presiilenl MacKinnon was enthus- iastic in his (lcscrlption..of the country west of the. Great Lukes...- "Everything ;in tliesu .four western j .Saskatchqsvan, j Albcrta-aml British to bo on a solid foun'Jajion both from lhc manufacturing nnd agricultural he sakl.> Mr. Maclvinnon slnted that llio pro- duct factQrie5 of the seven hundred members of tbo niEOiur.ic: tiirer's1. association Oreat Lakes iiiifiht be estimated at ?400.000.- this calendar year. Industrial- hai spread westward to the of 45 earh year since the present _' icginning, lie added. "There is no he contimtetl, "tliat; ihis spread westward will con-! linuo." The president said Ihc cra-were surprised at Ihc poieivtialities of -Alberta and were impressed pilr- liniifarly by the natural resources of the'northern-pnri of that province. party of manufacturers will ?pciid two or Hires days inforrnally Jn V.'inpipeg .-ad then return cast by boat or train. the Dancer.vin a Powerful Drama from .the Pronounced by who saw Jt yestcrilayt aii one uf the pictures ever shown bridge. FRIDAY NIGHT Country Store Vodvil Nite IKEFFE61 June one per cent, sales tax passed ihrough committee in house this afUrnoon and the bHI cmbodymo a'nd olfier ex- cise regulations 'given Frlariufacturers, wholesalers and Importers arc taxed one per cejit. on nit'Sales and tiiis tax U eventually charged 1o the pur- chaser cri a invoice, The cftanQCs in excise tJxea came Into effect r.utinmticnMy the hill' read the first lime today. FOR ,Jmif> f the prTiy or j avfl (Ho ViiUi'st tvcfiii3.ilInjf t.'srir ronditfmiF. lio f-pcni in <''ify: With the year's biggest array of prizes 1st prize, superb Coco.i Serving Set ftf 15 pieced, donat. ed by Mr. H. A. McKillop, Mc- Kfllop's Grocery Store. A prj'ze well worth vanning. 2nd Ladies' Silver Mani- cure Set, valued at and other fina prizes. COME EARLY TO GET A GOOD SPEGAU-FRI.-SAT. THE ILLUSTRIOUS STAR In a picture that will make you smile Itufiugh your tears, Uy.Monckloii Hoffc tilrcclcM by Allan Dwnn HE PHOENIX THEATRE announces that they have secured for their OPENING FEATURE on MONDAY NEXT