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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUXE 22, 1920 THE UrrHBHHMiK. DA1LT HERAIJD FIVE WINNIPEG, June wan no change in the cash market situation today. Spreads remained unchanged, and a fair demand continued for' all grades, of oats with light offerings: Top barley was demand at la cents'over July. July oats closed i cents lower; 'October Hi cents down 1 and December 1% cents lower; barley 1 cent lower for July and cent down for October; flu SVi' cents high. for' July >aod t'ober.. Quolatlona: Oats- July Oct. July Oct. centB up tor'Oc- Open' Close Pensions' Bill is up Commiltee on Pensions Reports at To- day's Session. no 143 JOOfc 93 >4 149 422 July 412 I Oct. 4H quoted. i Cash Prices I No. 2 C. W. 130% No. 3 C. W. 13HI4 'Kxtra 1 feed 130'A !Xo. 1 feed..ISO.. Xo. 2 tecd..Ua (Track 126H No. 4 C. W................... grades not quoted. N0..1N. W: C. 2 C. W. 41414 No. 5 C. W. Tract......41814 NO. 230 WINNIPEG WINNrPHJ, Juno 270 cattle, 240 and 5 sheep.: There was-fairly active'trading aud made at prices generally (.in line withiMonday's '.close. Good 1 'quality butchers sold freely. The'hog market remained steady at 1S.50 for-eelects. Cilgary Livestock CALGARY, June were i'no cattle unloaded at tho stockyards I today and no trading done In the few :'which carao .In yesterday. Prices are to. go still lower, No hogs New York Slocks NEW YORK, June 23. Closing I Pi I-2; 'U. S. Steel, I 93 3-4; U: S, Steel preferred, 104 7-8. j Veterans; Shun! i .All veterans are requested-to meet j atthe G. W. V. A. club rooms at 2'p.m toftorrbw to attend the funeral of late i Comrade E. .Oeddcs, -Ijte Notice'.'' :No. 7 Troop will miee-tr to morrow I chli June Canadian to return- ed soldiers and their dependents which will raise the country's annual -pen- sions hill from 006, were outlined and explained to the house tola afternoon by Hume Cronyn, chairman of the parliamentary on pensions. After haustlye Inquiries Into economic con- ditions throughout the" country, the committee finds H necessary to re- commend for the benefit of approxl- "Inately pensioners in Canada, an average Increase of 60 per cent, over scale adopted a year agci-. Afi interim -increase' of 20 per- cent. effect.last September with'the result that tho Increases.now recommended an average of 30 per cent, over the present scale. Motion- OTTAWA, June PecV, V.Q., In. the of-''commons' this after- nopn the; report of the special ho re- ferred hacit to the'committee with in- structions so to amend It as to recom- mend that subsidies' granted to fishermen is well BE to farmers. Increases at.Bonuses 'With few exceptions the increases recommended ire in the form of bon- uses. The committee points out that they are- necessary'-to meet the high cost of living am) therefore should take the form of bonuses, hut that the increases should he assured so long as tho high cost of living continues. To meet tho storm of.complaints which followed.the reduction In some cases of pension's to .dead1 soldiers' de fiendents on account1 of trielr enjoying free lodging, the 'cpmmilteo'1 recom mends mothers he alidwpd to1' taka 'br'iiri aie air. Incpmeiiip to" a month'without tlon In the' pensions' hill on this'h'ea'd is sattmsted at ij.Cerfa'iiiypeirpianent Increases, ra ad dfUori to ithe are; recommendet disable; sbld'ler'li-'awarded an addition KEPT TRAVELLER BUSY June 22. A thieves' syndicAto so 'well organized tliat It had travelling salesmen in sur- rounding Central Kentucky territory, nud so strong that It was able to steal of. angar In a night, atically-looted freight cars' in the Southern Railway-division yards dur- ing and since t'jc outlaw switchmen's stfike. -The total of which may reach Op.O, according to police officials, who laju yesterday arrested a local mer- chant on a-chargo of receiving stolen property and .swore to thirty warrants for alleged members of the gang. 'A signal in the rajlroad yards is said to have 'been given' whenever of- ficers approached the scene, giving ths thieves a-year 5120 a Oh the pafljs widows, .are awarded at additional a. year for each.'child 'aJftSr'-Uie fhe'lncrease in the hill .ph'this-head. Is estimate a ye'aK" rjT.Hbles-glTing details of the precise effect'-of'all'the Increases are attach the committee'sTeport, butSvera .not -Mr, Cronyn read 'some figures glv Ing'expert opinion submitted to th committees on.the cost of living.' Th, "committee, -he endeayorei to base their recommendation dn'-th minimum of 'expenditure in the.'mos expensive 'of Ihe country arij for ohviousYre'asons, had made, thi standard from coast, ti coasl. CHOLERA IN SOUTHERN JAPAN TOKYO, June 22. One huodret cases of cholera have been discovered in Southern Japan, some victims o the disease being found in this city. Aldrese Ethior, of Hnll, was killed instantly by a. steel cap blew off a boiler. Application Before Dominion Railway'Board for Increased Railway Must Change .Ownership on 1. The Information regarding iho e. neriditure df moneys advanced by th province for another purpose than tha for which it was originally Intended was.gained by....... June capl- j lal sums, advanced, by Ihe province I for cunslructidn purposes were used to i pay iDteresUcharges, and that nfler July 1 trie control of the present com- must pdss, either to Ihe province or else to eastern financial inlorestsY >fcro Ihe two outstanding points cle- veloncn at today's session of the hoard at commissioners on tho hearing of the application of the Ktlmonlon, Dunvegnn and British Columbia and Ihe Canada Central Rail- way companies for a 50 percent In- icrease in freight and passenger fnros. sedated wilh.'Judge'Phiplyeri as cour Eel for the an British Columbia. P. Swing's argument ihat th present company, should not be pe milled- lo secure 'increased rales, a there'was only, a week or so left, i which they would control lliojfa'ilway .was presented In'-hls'summing up tho caSo for tho Grand -Prairie dr ;tricl. Ho urged'that -tha compan making was morlbunc Argument is .'continuing WOOL LARGE OR LOTS PURCHASED MBERAL .ADVANCE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 581 P. V. Lewis Jionresentlng J, KOarfLAND CO, Dominion Block Lethbridge, Alta, Will There Be a Successful Dipping? con, sergeact of the raidlog squad, wlna promotion wy, the- authors, to fit tho famous illusionist's peculiar ability in this Hue He has the role of an inventor of a neir submarine for'the salvaging of wnteo -wrecks, Through a'girl, be be- comes involved In an expedition to rescue her father from tiro South' Sea Islanders who. hold'him captive. The sea, of course, offers Houdini opportunities to show his baffling feats of freeing closely locked under water. He also.makes his. escape ous which iho is- andere-rlg up to torture him and in tho end wins; the girl's Leart. AT THE PHOENIX Cood crowds welcomed' Iho open- ing of the Phoenix theatre Monday Manager Bishop ran a continuous' show from 2 o'clock in the afternoon, until close to ll.o'clock at night, and' i particularly after tea, the theatro was crowded. His picture, "Six-Shooter Andy, not only proved thrilling but it carried a moral. The moral was honesty, and the scene was In a. min- ing (own, of mushroom growth, of sixty years ago, when all kinds of characters flocked with and behind the pror-i-iclors. Tom Mix playing the leading role and Enid playing opposite, produced n'film-that holds the interest during Its entire por- trayal.. -j Angustine'-Arlldgo, who Is winning fame as. a leading .tenor ff Canada, was an added opening attraction and by his. singing the Summer from Rlgoletto; Von'a place in the.' hear'li of his audience. "Tnhi-'e starring Tom Moore; the dual role of a prince and a poor fisherman. "Toby's will bo seen at the Phoenli theatre, beginning tomorrow. This Goldwyn picture has been adapted from the stage play by John Talnter Foole, and ran for five months in New York City. .The slory shows the folly of res't- Ing on laurels won bv one clever piece of work. Tom Disks Moore) has -written a very, good book and 'The picture Is rare beauty in success has spoiled him, for he its backgrounds. Tho wide beautiful the ouaint the sfately castle above, and the thousand and ens lovely aspects of the sea Ininxrt an atmosphere which, is' in--keeping with Ihe clia'rmlng story, fold. This concerns1 the'love affair of N'iki, the fishermani which is inter- rupted by the Infaluatloti of the Prince STERLING TOUCHES MARK AGAIN NEW YORK, June English pound sterling fouched (our dollars in Ihe money market hero tho highest (Dotation for It G. when if touched On April 5, it touched which was tho ptak of an upward movement from the low of on February 4. The strength of British exchange In this morning reflected oh lha discount rate of the Canadian dol- lar, which was enhanced In value to the extent of ono.percent. The quota- tion was at ucori; Sterling ex- change declined nt noon, demand be- ing quoted and cables GOV'T SUPPQRTERS DISCUSS NAVAL PJOLICY OTTAWA, June (Canadian of the govern- ment met in caucus -n.the reading room of'the commons Mils mofhiiig, when It Is understood, the chief mat- ter discussed was the naval announce- ment mailo In tlio house last week by Hon. C. C. Ballantyne. From somo fluaricr's It was also slated (hat there had been talk on Iho question of the increases in Indemni- ties. Tlierc.jvas a full attendance of members and ministers. ft CLARESHOLM FARMER KILLED BY BULL CLARESHOWI, Juno Harry a farmer liv- _ Ing two .nillcs from Clares- holm, lost, hla llfo yesterday by befiig by a bull. Tho bull turned on him when h.6 at- templed lo put It In Iho lure.. Horns penelralc-d the- and lung. Ho died at 'midnight. (He: leaves a wife ahd three children. -j. What happens when le'admlnlBters Elato from tho viewiioint of dog" makes interesting action. AT THE COLONIAL "The Midnight Select Flo- lures' great special attraction iiroduc- ed by Thos. H. Incc, will bo present- ed'at (he Colonial Theatre on Wcdnos- Thursday-. Midnight. Patrol" Is a thrill- ing -lory pi underworld life In a big Western ciljr. The plcluro tells the story of a desperate fight waged by Ihe police against Ihe Chinese opium smugglers, In which TerrcnCo Shari- _______ he- comes Indolent and follows the frivol- ous fads of the Greenwich Village Bo- hemiav sot In New York. Ills friends and publisher become disgusted with his shallow life and refuso to finance him further until he promises to leave Ibe city. DODtfS KIDNEY PILLS NOTABLES AT THE WOODBINE Soctelr gathered In full force at the reopening 6! the Woodbine track see HI. Paul win the King's Plalo. Sir John Eaton Is here shown convex Ine with a crfiiln of friends (HAL COOL AND CLEAN TODAY Added lo inp woudor of this feature are THE DENISHAWN DANCERS In a series fantastic dances. SNUB POLLARD in "RAISE THE RENT" 'A .FAIR Comedy PATHE REVIEW Colonial Concert Orchestra Popular Adulta.. .35c Children.. .10c Coming Wednesday Night and Thursday and Night Thomas H. fnce's Greatest' Thriller "THE MIDNIGHT PATROL" h greater picture than ''Check- ers." We absolutely endorss "The Mldriiflht' Patrol" as one of the season's sensations. Watch for it PPRESC j the J Are TODAY TOMORROW TBPPOP !s! In six smashing reels of. Love, Thrill and''Adventure. ALSO SPLENDID CHRISTIE COMEDY HERE THURSDAY NORMA TALMADGE "A Daughter of Two Worlds" Women AND SEE THE TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. We have at last been successful in securing the necessary permission to show the startling motion picture 1IT TO loan audience composed WOMEN ONLY This la Ihs picture which deals with modern social evils and tho spread of venereal disease. It is shown under, the supervision of the DER.T. OF HEALTH OF THIS PROVINCE, "FIT TO WIN" will bo shown for one performance only at the COLONIAL THEATRE WED. AFTERNOON THIS WEEK Commencing at Admission SO Cents Glrlo Under Sixteen Not Admitted Unless 'Accompanied by Mothers or ;