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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNK 19, 1920 THE--LETHBRIpt'K DAILX HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE Ju The hog market was -mchui'ged at lor N. Y. STOCKS NHW 19. 0.'P. R: V. S.1 Steel V. S. jsref oired 105 U. PREYENTIVBiFOR CANCER of bsstnewtranwcted today was very BY TORONTO MAN on the market.' Allj Cy" mand wltU 'wh'eat offering? spreads' unchaniod. Flax and rye markets -were dull and featureless. July oalu closed r; October hjglier, and. December So higher, June long-sought cure and preventive of I canw has been by Dr. T. J. Oloror, of St. Mtchsets hoipital. Members of the1 hospltar' oiaft yen reticent about is Iu tbe which lower for October. 614c lower! I for Jnly and'Btic lowcr-for Octobsr.j J Quotatlont Open. Close. 129> October.....'....! .i Jnly'........... 172 my October Up 149H July ,........4F3 415 'I Of-tober............ 419Vj 417 j quoted, v Cash Prices OATS sllll ti the expwimtnta! stage, __touch proving' 30 far to be effec- tive. Seven or eight cases were under j observ i rvation hospital today ipil fece'iTed conVkierable relief. GOLF .1-8 2 C.W...132 3 Extra No. I No. 1 131M No. 2 1 Track No. 3 C.W...197U No. 4 C.W., i Track ".No. 1 No. 2 C.W.. .40SH So- 3 C.W.. Condemned ,320 Track No. 2 WinnlpeavLlvtstoik" REDACTION FOR ANOTHER YEAR -lit bi'l I WINNIPEG, Jtioe tliero M'lil'te'to reduction In prices' during 12 months yeare. was the opinion expressed by rfepreaenta- rilvies' of 'thb Drapers' chamber Trade.of the llnitcfl Klugdom, who .ire Tlslting here 'today. They ascribe (high'prices io a world Shortage of j materials, the fact that not equal to the'demand; the freight rates due .to a shortage .of, shrpplng. 15l the demanoa.of labor, for shorter This weekend finishes the June Bogey competition (Shepherd, This competition is new to (he club and is explained as follows. You take yoar bogeV handicap, which Is 12 less than tout posted opposite your name In the ctub house. Then see the slrokt card, and see where, bogey has to give you stress; for instance, it your IfSiey handicap IB 18 you get a stroke M every hole. Then go out and play against bogey. It given you tood lineup on your game, and wlli let you know how you are "handicapped. .If It Is confusing to score, players are asi- ed .to Just Ecore actual strokes on each, hole and the commuted irillgo through Uie cards turned in and an- nounce the first four. First, four points; second, three points: third, two points; fourth, .cue point. This competition is played the middle of every month, June, July, August and September, and-aaould grow in Inter- est; The captain's will advenoe to ie 4s. Dave Hume la already there, aviug disposed of Mr. Turner. Car- errj- n Mara. McDonnell YS Davit. JcLeod vs Kirkhsm htre to be layed. new epmedy seniatloml Roaring Af- fair." a hlg two-part comedy riot. Special music the cbionisl or- If you hare a "goat" please tafce it with you to the goli liute, as there Is cts'ct long grass to feed H. In places oa covJd lose it. They condemned the luxury tax on principle that, while, all right In 1 f} theory, it was linpracllcable In oper- because It curUiled husiness and i altogether presented a vexatious proh- ,i lem. j.. ITiev praieed' systc-in :of. Etore >u, iu'ie [n operation' in this Branch. Receipts: .IfOi country-and characterized it as ahead ittla, 62 hogs', and nine sheep. iho-syetern they have In .the CHil VeryMiUle" trading was In progress1. this morning. I butcher cattle changed Shands atj JS.OO ?H.OO.'. Receipts wcro mostly J of common grade for which there wasi le The market was gen- boundary .ru lly'steads'-''" V" afreet RUM RUNNERS'ARRESTED IJIXMUiS'DSTOX, X, B.. June 19- men.'all saidito-bo known as .are, under ______ -B. Joseph Gorheau, years, of-St. Kilalre, U hov Inring'belweerv llfo'-and dealh w-lh-a I bullet In her head.'ns'the result of a 'shooting was a. sequel to a seiiura of .a carlbail of Ikjuor at si. Hilaire. ra Biualj iotUement on'thf .nscouUnental-division pf.the Can- Ian National j-east ;of FAMOUS FLOUR MILLS ON THE MARNE BURN '-June" IT. The great flour. .-lAills.'.oii.Uhe Utarneylust pjitslde'.'Mjiaax' ibolt'.flire early today arid ail: hp'pe fBaTinVVtheht-'' -was ah'anilonei-lhe flremeiv contining thei to an altompt JjuiUinga: The.1 water which were built at least a century ago survived the battle of the.Marne. They were const rue ted .'on pile wors: in center of TheTmllte irer filled Whiit' ind flour rmjued a several million francs', "which will a total lose. At -Edmonton today ft son ar- rired to Mr. and Mrs. -las. Ross. ThisimBkes Hobi.-Sage'a nioth- er a 'great-great-grandmotber. H so, whprc doss Boh Oh1, pvll dcnfn tiat blind. WONOERFUL; HAYAKAWA AT COJ..ONIAL TODAY IN "THE BEGGAR PRINCE" At a special attraction at the Colon- ial theatre, .on and Tuesday, notable screen star, Sessue kawa, will Be seen in his latest big success, "The Beggar Prince." "The Beggar Prince" affords Haya- aiVa the opportunity of hie fireer. It is a factastlc romabce of a tropical Isle in which he plays a dual role, tkat of the prince and a fisherman. Added to the esollc beauty of the picture are the Denishavm who appear under the direction pi .Huth St. Deals. Some highly original and dances are Intro- duced in tbe Tarlout scarfet with strtt Irig It Is said that "The Beggar Prince" Is about Hayakawa's best el fort, ana Colonial patrons may look forwa'rd exceptional treat on Monday and'TucBday. attractions to the feature on Monday and Tuesday at the. Co'.onia will Include a riotous Snub Foliar; comedr entitled ''Raise Ihe and the. Infect Palhe Review. Howerer, today -will lee all the lnfays freshly mown. The list 4 oles are now in splendid condlllou. Turn in your scores, the captain only, Wednesday afternoon, starting at 2.20. Manager Brown staled that In his opinion the picture L< to til St so 'I a ring In Us attack on tbe lubject In that o( tbe epread of venereal 'dis- be Is candidly of the opln- on come as a severe shuck .0 any vomea of especially tender .and he Is anxious that only those women itho are fully pared to deal with this vital question in a fearless and unbiased manner see the pic lure, "Fit to Win." "F1TVTO WIN" To-.Be Shown to Women Only at the "Colonial .at Matinee Next Wednesday. After milch persislcrit effort. Man- ager Len at last received the team to play Medicine Hai the authority to cibibit the will choeen from those who hare j slarlling yef.-truthful picture. "Fit to teen paying regularly. to the women of the city. Wo- _ wlH.be admKied to the per- il is ha intention to give as many formance, wh'icb. will'bo'for one matl- S possiblo an opportunity of playing __; ___ ha visitors, to turn in cards so he can ee what-ycu are hilling. If any golfer has a piece of hose ong enough to from the- tap' around to Ihe'trees and shrubs in front j clutlbouEC, a donation will he i gladly received any old piece. Dent forg'cT, Medicine Hat. is here! 26tii niid Get out and meet the visitors. t golf.C f Jn tfe difcli. .The lake at tbVlth hole.' is gcltftig wider: and wider and wider.< and docp- cr and you know what I mean. And when you Iqsa a ball, who re- funds the Iniory "still 'small DISTRICT Monday eVening ou tbe Barracfcs ground at 7.15: The weapons, "can- non balls" loaded one aide only. The dueliffU will be: Patterson, Liscombo, Alexander. MosBey, Fleelwpod, Chapman, McDoold, Hutlon, Heintz, Stroaocli; Bverall, Uvie, Scott, Jonas, Clark, Spectators warned to keep off the grass, as there is likely to .he a jood.dpal of blood shed, COIONIAL COOL AND CLEAN Special; Attraction f UDAY He the sea to roll back from the AND IT DID He told the-.moon to hide its AND'IT Dm 't; .1. IE BIG mm. started s n't Xi SEE Latest Photoplay Starring Famous Self-Liberator Is a -Story of. Adventure. EMPRESS MONDAY "pVATNTINESS IN HOSIERY! Eutoitiil un'c it? Vet ideas of thrift urge one to have, fl3 dependable Ptnmans qualitj'. t New, of fina hwf it Ycot fat iliteintts, coloring1 f r.dj, iof[ [tiaJTB mif Mu'ifitJ, pwdtfiOj-, If you rtdrniber efie ivime Pencuru. Diitnviui u not you buy STANDARD of EXCELLENCE" WOOL I-ARQE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS j lljmdini, the famous Illusionist and soif-lfhcrator, In a thrilling screen. ;'melodrama, "Terror will be i -ilic altrnction at the Hmpress Theatre for two dsys commencInK llondny, To. save some sunken treasurer of ships i' that have been sent to the bottom forms one motire ol the tale. Bui Ihere' Is, in addition, a skull shaped pearl upon which n man's'life a lovely girl, kidnapped by htr villain- '0115 relatives; a submarine built on a mi-iliiiK plan; South Sea Island ad- It is dcclar- ed. (o mafca the ordinary adventure I picture lame In comparison. Abftve all, iioudinl himself uniier- j water stunts thtt draw upon his ex- ('Optional powers to tiic lasf. device is Uio oulslAniihig feature of the pic- j lure. Me escapes from B closely Imuncl. safe Under water, ffght.c- a1' smashing haltle ivith a diver on the.: bod of the ocean, mid performs oilier I iinlr-rnlsliig fenta that arc declared to I purpaiw anything lie has ever cloue on the i Mia Is HIB leading woman for I MoiKlini, Jack lirammal, Koaemary Thcby, Taylor, Wiijene Pallet- Me, Klwaril Brady, Frank Donner, j jCoplain Tod Duncan, and Kreil Tiirn-i I er nro In the supiiorllng casi; was written by Arthur B. Rccvc j. and John Gray and scenarized by Waller James directed the picture, which is .a Parartount- ArU'.'aft. A.I new success Bridal-Xljhl." a srx-tial two-r.ee! comedy will aleo bo sceh on the bill nml Iho Kmpress managpmcnt does not aland back.In guaraiitcelng patrons ot positively she show in some timo. PKOME58, P.'V. Lewis J. KO8HLAND CO. BOSTON Dominion Letribridge, Block Aita. AT THE COLONIAL; :Attractions tonight (Saturday) at! Ihe Colonial theatre will.bo as lows: :jl r TalmadRe in "Pan-; j Ihra." n splcnrlld six-ar! feature.' 1 Clamd." IhclJ Scssuei C6AR PRIKCE With the Great HAYAKAWA at his wonderful best, and Uis Beiijshp Dancers in o( laotastlo dances. ADDED ATTRACTIONS SNUB POLLARD COMEDY "RAISE THE RENT" PATHE REVIEW SPECIAL ORCHESTRA 35c and LAST TIMES (Sat) NORMA TALfitADOE in "BOUND AVD'QAOQEO" VA: RQA.RINQ LOVE AFFAIR" MPRES MONDAY AND TUESDAY And His Family Medicines j MOST people first knew Dr.'j Chase through his Re- j ceipt Its reliability and usefulness made him friends j everywhere, j When he put his Nerve Fobrf, Kidney-Liver .Pills and other medicines pu the market they received a hearty .welcome, and theirv exceptional merit has kept in the public esteem. Dr.'Chase'fl Xldney-Uver Tills for example. There is no treat- ment to be compared to them as a means of regulating the liver, kid- neys and 'bowels and curing consti- pation, biliousness, kidney disease and Indigestion. One pill I'doae, 25c a box tt all ddlers, or Bates t- Co., Ltd., Toronto. r. Chase's 'Terror Island' PARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT PICTURE The Greatest Photo- play of Thrills, Love and Adventure, Ever Made. Battle and the waves, rltao on a Lafbaj-cua iste. Sotrnvftf. Ine- to en treasure. Love, vlllslny, mystery, sensational of daring ano4 aacape. All In stnashlng retls of blood-stirrino melodra- ma, made miraculous ,by. the geniua of Hoodinl. SEE HOUD1NI 'ESCAPE FROM A NAILED UP BOX FORTY FATHOMS UNDER WATER. .SEE HIM RELEASE THE GIRL FROM A SAFE THAT IS LOCKED AND SUNK IN THE 6EA. ABOVE ALL SEETHE WORLD'S MASTER OF MAOIC AND DARING IN THE GREATEST FEATS OF HIS WHOLE CARtER. POSITIVELY THE GREATEST THRILLERS EVER MADE. A BIG SPECIAL TWO REEL COMEUY "HIS BRIDAL NIGHT" Laughs Galore, Yes, Hundreds of Them! Positively the Biggest Show In Town. LAST TJMES TONIGHT 'WALLACE REID AND THEODORE ROBERTS -IN- "EXCUSE MY MACK SENNETT COMEDY, "GEE WHIZi" And You'll Say So, the Best Bennett v The PHOENIX UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT K. J. BISHOP, Manager x For the Opening Feature on FXTRft M- O N D A Y N E X T OPEN AT TWO PERFORMANCE ATIUAC- TOM MIX m .One of Canada's Famous Tenors', He will '.at the Opening Petlormances at the Phoenix Theatre oa Monday and Tuesday Next. -IN- "SIX-SHOOTER ANDY 1 I fc3 v o.x u c "f i "o'ro 'AND SVILU CONTINUE TO RUN, FOR THE BENEFIT Of OUR PATRONS "THE BLACK SECRET" Hth Episode (with Pearl SNUB POLLARD IN THE COMEDY ;