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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23; 1920 THE KS3W.LD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS UlMt "WINNIPEG, Juoe'_ cash, markets remained ijucbauged today. 'flat demand continued excellent for a.11 grtutcg ot oatsi but'the offerings continued, exceptionally Busi- ness iransacUuiis of lighfest volume, with spreads unchanged. Bar- ley, flax and ryo markets were Feature- July oats closed '4c lower; October and December %c higher; barley for July, and Octo; ber' unchanged; flax higher- for Julv and 4 tents up for OUober Ju Oct DI.C BABLEYi- Jul) Ocl i Open Close 100-rt Takes Four Sections Opens in Canada at Calgary Exhibition. feet six Inches in height and was of splendid appearance. -Mr, Carrie plant- ed about hundred of which he will only gel feed oft fitly. This fifty acres was winter damaged, blowu and drowned out. carious state, ana her recovery is doubtful. The bodies .ol the victims havo not yet been recovered although search has-been made n-lth searchlights, etc. The slroiig current and tho icy cold Discussing the winter rye question water the search difficult. The Mr. Currle said he will put in approxi- mately one hundred and fifty acres this summer. Kroio. now. on, he said, lie intends lo plant more winter rye than he has dono In the past. Ills crop this year was planted early last August. 170 14S 149 425 j. Jones' passed 1 through "Loihbrldgo Tuesday afternoon j and uas a reielation lo llure who saw it In the 0 P H jarjb The equip- ment consisted bt forty-threo steel cars ten o' rlih.ii were tlaeuers and cue a diiier. CThe exposition was en Its uaj to Calgari -where it will opeu ou JrUlay, at thfc first of the A ol the Western Canada Fairs as I this >ear John J Jones has him his. Million Press Col Sailer Col Splter Is forco-of the current may ba judged in thal> one of those sated, going right uuder'lhe boat and struggling on the surface fotin'd himself eventually, when ho was able to get ashore? a mile and a" the scene of tho ae-" Client. v.r GRANTED A REPRIEVE Jano Debecka and Gcorgo, MorharJ, who were to have beeu banged nest Friday morn- ing for ;lho jnurder.ot Totor Kostlniu .a Keuogauil, JJl> 27 191', have been granteu a reprieve b} the minister ot juslka till July 13 .130 .130 .125 :July 426 :0ctobbr .............428 ciuoted, Cash Prices OATS- NO 2 130 No 3 CW Extra No. V >'ced No 1 Feed 1214 No 2 Fetd Track BARLEY- NO i cw Rejected ICUi Track 1CS'! 5. LAX- NO 1 NWC .4E4 No 2 CW 420 No i 371V RYE- NO 2 CW .230 Ne.w York Stocks NEW YORK Juno 21 Closing Bales: C. P. It.: 112 S. Steel 92 12, U S Steel preferred lOo 14 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK WINNIPEG Juno 7aO cattle 9ju 240 sheep. ".The "market to-" clay was generally 50 "cents.to 75 cents io-ver for mo t classes and gradci of grass callle Good to choice rakes changed hands at firm prices with tops reaching 17 60 Liberal receipts On the "hog market were1 absorbed at stead) lects, fed Tvaterfid Se A tsleepin" 9 mbnths' old baby at Chicago rolled out ot bed into pan ot-waler and waa drowned "I -Know I Couldn't Hold Out Much Says Gone Now. perhaps the best knoiyn man hroughoal western Canada toda> Ho las been over" this circuit noy; several imes and once, he visits a city be is never forgotten Col Sailer has been elllnk the'world about'shows now for a good many years. One of tho chief boasts ot the Johnny J Jones shows has been that lothiug- but the cleanest are ot lo the public under his name, 3uriug tho past two seasons when he the cir" cuithe'hashad ib cbinpelo with other jig won out hands dotvn in letting tho contracts. This "year he.ls a Hrger show than he has Canada be- lore. His exposition .will spend eleven weeks in Canada, playing at Calgary Edmonton, Regina, Bran- don; Toronto and Loiidon.' He played the Canadian'.'National'Exhibition at Toronto last year successfully and tho fact that he has the contract for the roldwaj igain Ihis icar speaks for U self .The train canie into kcihbridge from Contts :in." four-fiections'a'nrt. left for Calgjrj itf two The list place he plaj ed was Hindi -N D E fam sixly two years old and ilur jng GJG past fort) T can hardlv remember i da> IhU f yas free fron suffering hut since taking Tanhc 1 have gained fifteen pounds ind am feeling Hko'a young mail was tlioystatoment made by D. McPhee, a veil-known miner- who is. operating his Hotham Sound, C. rece.htly 'It.dbes'me good Ihc people about afler a man had suf- I have he learns what good health means, I this medicine 1 bought good-health. It was bacK'ln 1SSO that-lny: troubles'started all these "years J spent lolaVOt jnoncy and fried every known medicine and treatment 'hut in 'spite of it all I got worss and ..worse until I becamo'iirncttcally a-wreck. First my'.stomach got out flf order! ami I sec for often justHhe siucll of food nnuseated me.- As-'soon as 1 ale a bites my stom- ach-turned spur and I would hecQme bloated up wlih gas, Jly heart palpifat- aiiri I had a my chest. Then I "started Buf- fering with lieadai-lies nearly every day that camo my head hurly bad that It almost ran mo'-wild. N'oitt rheumatism set In -my legs and nt times'] could hardly get around at all. Then I had awfil pains in jny back and.Ihej- would traf.el fip Into nil- sho'uiiler's' so'that It 'TOS agony for mo 16 arils. .MyJjhirTfls broke down -iinrter the si-fate and after I don't think 1 sleptwcl! -a singlo" night. suffered: fro'ffi.constipation and had to bo talf- iusJasatircs'aU tho time. I fclLotf In weight until.-I went down to.-one IniftVroiI nntl thirty-fivejjioufidti, to work knew 1 coujd- n'tjubld oiiLmuch longer. n Wnil suffers (hat way; forty years'at. that, and then finds a medicine (hat knocks his tron- 1 tell .you, It. make's him go out nml'fcll everybody lie meets about II, Well, that's Justv.-h.it has dono tor me and as long as t have a'breath left jii-me I will to itioul its pralja. f have a btar now, cvery- thliig gootl ami I never sign "of Jndlgestlon I cfaji't.-fell" I'over had rhcunntism In mxJi.fci. and tfio" pains lii my back mid illsappaared entirely. THo headachco are gone anil t nm no longer troubled' constipation. My nerves, are as a sleep lll'.c.'.R'-lbg ahcl J foil so well nnii strong: (hat want to lake hiy-place beside a joung man for I; believe I.Can do as m'dch work as any am going back to my work now attho'ml.ne ana I ant leay 1ng in the- and (6 show you how much I think of Tanlac f carrying geverai boljles along with me." Ta lilac-Is sol el in t.ethbrldgo by .Tobfl-jD, Hlgiiilmihajn S. Co In Coat' SWre, tuiii InWarner'by Mrs. N' I now tho ifigli chobl for "emranco "and higher.' a'nfl all examinations -under-; depart- ment of educations-including the eii Iranco and higber, .are. Jj.eing held in that-building.- The examiners aro the teachers of ihe iiigh.fchool aiirt the principal of tho publTc "schools ire tho numbers trying 1' 1'lcnly of Market, Says .-Railway Freight. Rates Increase. quite believo that Alberta mines will break said W. M. Kirkpatrlck, asslst- un't folght traffic manager of (1. P. It. western is In the on.a tour.'of the west. "There" is not nearly the volume of coal coming "Into Manitoba from the and Alberta" mines .ought to be able to sell in Manitoba oil the surplus they aro able to produce' Mr. Kirkpalrick said that Manitoba buyers of American coal are paying over a., dollar in. exchange o'u every Ton they buy, and that is an Teem worth considering. He ia pf the opin ion also that Alberta mines could do much to build up-tho Manitoba mar- ket by undertaking tho erectiou of storage sheds therj'as Boine of the Druniheller mines aro doing. Mr. Kirkpalrick did. not care to he quoted on the expected freight increase further" thou to say-tliat "U. >xpected 25. perceul more.VandJCanadia'n roads .of course expecting a similar raise AV.to' c6nditionsrin. ge.ner- the visiting fount crop gooc condition 6utlook right for a biFtrop with thS proper weather dur ing rest of the growing season SBHTSBHI-KEL The plot ot 'A Daughter, ot Two tho film drama starring Talmudge, booked to show at tho Empress Thcatro, beginning to- theater and Thursday whenl "Tne AHidnight Select Pic- tures'-greal special attraction produc- ed by Thomaa H. Ince is At tha the stop' begins Wu Kang, a leader oT nese.dlsliHcC ot a tig western city, is plottingwfth'Vlm-Murdock, a corrupt politician, "to receive a shipment 'of opium. The one man whom they (car 13 Te'rreuco Shannon, who. has been made sergc-sat of the Chinatown po- Hce squad as the result of many suc- cessful raids ho his underUHen, Slian- uoa is In love 'Patsy lady vvUo lyjs charge ol the Chinese inissioo" house. ,ln order to keep Shannou out of tho way, on the night the shipment of opium is expected, Murtlock tells him that they have captured Patsy and will 'harm Shannon keeps out .of Tcrrence, however, .beliejesf tliat duty 'comes first." Ho calls Ills iiEsisloHts togelher and plans to raid Wu Fang's den on the ulght the shipment arrives, and at tho tain6 time to rescue Palsy. In order to gal" entrance to Wu Pang's den it Is nec- essary for Shannon to employ "Chlnk'.'- Ross, a white man.whom Wu Fang has turned down. Leaving word with an assistant to is not back within a Shannon Hoss des- cend through a secret entrance and surprise.-Wu'Fang and Ws gang. A fight follows and Shannon is mei- la furious lo.think that undertaken the task and Kaug to throw him iritcf'.a pit filled with livd rats. Just lirthe nick of time.the reserves dock is taken prisoner, leaving Palsy and Shannon free lo complete a very pretty love ['flair. A BAD 80Y All tho children from seven to seventy, will be at the Majestic on Tuesday 29, when our old friend Peck's Bad Boy makes his ap- pearance, surrou'nded by a bevy of pretty girls and funny comedians. Of all the boy characters ever in print or on Peck's flay Boy remains after twenty-five years the truest type of the real American boy ever conceived. Tho play has been carefully rewrit- ten and brouzht.un to date, and is said to bo the funriiestTversioa ever provided. Master Henry [2 surround- ed by a capable company of singers, dancers, fatony 'comedians. Twenty of i morrow, Is founded on a famous forg- er> case in New lork City, according tO'Le Roy Scott author of the novel of the same name which has just. been] adapted tho screten. The two participants In the forgery each served tcii j-eate in Sing Sing. Black Jerry of a notorious underworld, father of 'Jennie, whose part Xliss'Talmadge singes, is also a character from real. life. In the screen version of the forgery Jen- nie is arreslfeU for it unjustly. Her handwriting had been copied tho real ciobk "and .imitated in forging tho check. Jennie, advice of her father, and' Uncle. George, jumps her ball enters a fashionable boarding school and herself in "the upper, ..whDre she meets the man of her heirt. The. stigma of the uadenvorld follows her and the crisis is reiclieri -Vihen'the beautiful Jennlo is confronted the alternative of giving away her tmo Identity at the isk of losing her fiauce and her place societv or remaining silent at the o-t of the lite ot a friend, of the world hab been wrongly onvictea'of miirder fortlieMast tnhes; Terror Tsland '4Jso Christie comedy Ha.d luck i arrivo.X-Wu Fang is killed and Miir- farmer living five and a liulf miles north of Commerce, has. answered. (he iiuestlon as to -whe- cessfully In southern Alberta. Mr. Cur- fie' brought a sample fronii his flfty- plot the Herald on Tuesday that proved a surprise to all who saw he -rye was standing 'about three. Boat Was Within 12 Feet of Shore When It Struck' a Snag. THE MIDNIGHT PATROL" AT COLONfAL'TONIGHT -Tho most sensational story. of Chi- iese underworld Mile on he screen will be seen "at1 the Colonial From 'later reports btmtirig tatality of Mrs Archie 5Ioe and their it appears that''the steering gear went the motor boat was little girl, daughter thn owner-.ot the boat, was steering 'at the and tho falher walked oier to her to see what was the matter when the'rboat- drifts ed into the river. Mr. MooVdid bis level best with a paddle.to bring the boat lo the shore, and had succeeded in doing so to within twelve feet when It appeared to strike something nil pf a gudden and.wont over.. He-never. .saw" Ills wife again from that moment. Mr. Moe had n hard struggle in get- ting to the shoro arid when he reach- ed. U lib tell back into .the water through exhaustion- While1, on .the bank ho saw the body ot tho little girl who hai been" steering, floating by, and plunging Into the stream at'the risk of his lite, as there was n strong current flowing, he rescued .her, is at the present time lying1 in a pro- W 00 L LARQE OR SMALL LOTS PURCHASED ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS PHONE 5S1 P. V.vLewis Roprcsentlng J. KO8HLAND CO. BOSTON Dominion Bloek Lethbridge, Alta. United THE FINANCIAL DRIVE IS NOW ON Wfi'en.th.e authtriied canvassers cill on you during, week prepared to. receive them and part by subscribing liter- ally to the budget for the ensuing year's expenses of your church. y Help Your Com.mi4.niiy by Assisting Your Church H. Bosomwoith, Pastor, Board of Stewards, TONIGHT THURSDAY The AT LAST "Thriller" Sensation of the Century the latest singing and dancing nuuv bera ot the tuneful, whistling kind are interspersed through the comedy. Don't forget to bring the children. Remember this is the one play :they never forget. BE CAREF.UL Don't mate any other engagement for neit Tuesday night, June 29, for on that dalo your old friend, Peck's" Bad Boy appears.. at the. Majestic theater, and, of'course you can't at- ford to miss it. You havs never miss- ed a performance since you were sev- eh. iiow that you are older grown, tha appeal ot youth is. stronger thau ever. r And the hearts -will break if .they don't see .Uhls mlschlev-- ous freckled faced old friend. He is as young as ever and just as full of fun. A smashing irneto. drama.that fairly bristles with new thrills and sencatigns. You. will say: with us that it's GREATEfJ THAN "CHECKERS" and more thrilling, than 'THE .WHIR" Xo raieo in'prices for this stupendous attraction. Adults...35o BUT YOU MUST COME EARLY PLEASE ADDED ATTRACT.IONS Latest Screen Magazine Lyons and Moran Comedy Cojoniil Orchestra Comintj Friday and Saturday .HARRY CAREY In "OVERLAND RED" Carey's latest and best, COUNTRY STORE NIQHT FRI. WIN Will be Shown Again Thursday Afternoon at the Colonial Theatre to Women Only PHOENIX THEATRE WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY TOM MOORE ALSO WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS MUTT ANp JEf pin "TO THE RESCUE" PATHE.REViEW, RIVALS OF DAYLIGHT vf' Laughter and Tears at the STARTING TOMORROW A MAGNIFICENT SPECIAL FEATURE FOR THE BALANCE OF WEEK' V' First Appearance Under the First National Banner After the thrilling novel by LEROY SCOTT Directed by Jatflea Young The romance of tho apotheosis of a slum dive keeper's daughter to society's heights and happi- ness, 'The. finest piece of enaracler acting tho screen has seen, 'HOUDIN1' "TERROR ISLAND" And Christis Comedy, "Hard showing for the' Last TtmesTodayj ;