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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWKJLVE THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNK 25, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS an.lt tad aar j parJUIlltHI It 'hefore leaving home. He bad miu-ii :2ter.-i'.i-d i" what he had come June 25S-Tic Friday i jjyross or so morning shew of stock the stock- i yards v.as: ITS callle and boss.jp' Mos; df the cpttle were in Isieii out again alter WINNIPEG. June of Li concluded.' -With Jbe liiBS continued to he feature uf oft the-m.srktt for catile -the cash markets today. Uusinws lbe iraa, with butfhers si- ot a rery tight nature, a most and tlxe market .was good demand eiists for all grades ivcak. The besv oats which cannot be supplied.] 12 W and was OB. were -unchanged. ago price Butchtr cows o! the best "oats closed lower tor July. were but hud never read any of bis Now !u> be Lad 1 iKore fortunate, for as a bov i had gene ill tbroufU tliein. Uut ith.ca my chance iMSiuslmaara cf- tered to' read aioud troni '.Us book lo I accepted bis invitation with the journey Icsk all Us tedkmi. remembered Low much I enjoyed genuineness and vitality ot story I apiisalcd to me now as uever I Ijast nlsht 1 by acijuaUit- ancs with these two Juvenile heroes once again, and under tho most.fav- orable circumstances. "Huckleberry Finn" has been turned into a nicture draaia and lj heing siven at the ,Em-. press. The original story followed with unusual fairtfuUess, even to Use throwing on screen pi lbe opening' and closing paragraphs. In the iirs! Buck eiplains haw people1 .wouldn't kocw him unless had cead "The Adventures of Tom Saw- yer." but be ados tiat "that .ainH no mailer." That book "was made by Mr. Mark Twain and he told the truth, mainly. There v.a.s things that he OSU OJ Quotations OATS- Open. July DEC. UAH July..........v Oct......... .'nly Oct. quoted. Cash Prices OATS- No. 2 O.W...12C Nu. 3 Extra No. 1 Feed Xo. 1 Feed..125% -Track vft Nu 4-C.W...159 I'j Xb." l.'N.W.C..... No. S-G.W...M6 future i Close. NBW yonic. June I C. P. H-, !12 34: U. S...S'.eel. 1'f'i] 3.4. ij s Steel preferred. 104H-S. P2 154 147 420' 419 5 C.W. 2 Feed "HUCKLEBERRY FINK" Some years -ago, while 1 was tra- ..i veiling between Edmonton aud ji" pet, a sedate Ipoting gentleman In the seal ahead' of 'me took out a boos and commenced'to read. -'Inside ot isle Uicre was a most rharyelotis "'Iformatlon.' When..! first nofir.cd bim he Eeemed to Uavc all the cares cf the Rejected., track No. 3 C.W...35S 'world on His sh'buWetB. N'ovv wreathed in srclles-which positively re- to. come off and was best to control his laughter. Jly.can- osity was aroused and during au inter- val in which he wiped his spectacles. I ventured to ask wba.t 'the book was which was amusing him so greatly. It was "Huckleberry Y. M. C. A. WOMEN'S .AUXILIARY STRAW BERRY AND IGE S AT EXPERIMENTAL FARM Wednesday Evening, June 30ta DANCING ON THE LAWN-HARPER'S BAND FREE AUTO RIDE Leave 'Y. M. C. A. al and Every 15 Minutes -Thereafter. Tickets from Y. M. C. A-, 'Mrs. Msech, any raerriber'Y, A- Women's the .Grounds. i' TICKETS BOY SCOUTS Come and show your skill and try your luck. Games v for Ladies as well as the Men. A riot of fun for everyone.-., DANCE AT P.M. That Jazi Saxophone and Spring FJoor Sure Will Tickle Your Toes. JULY-1 Come! Try Our Groceries Specials for Saturday We can supply >our sugar, per W.OOL LARGE On SMALL LOTS PURCHASED LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS t 1 P. V. Lewis trtTbrw0, Ilenrescnting J. KOSHLANO A. CO. BOSTON a 'OVER-.LAMP AT COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY stretched bill mainly the fifteen years old and ilia boy Oriffiti truth." I even a. as Tom Both snd Tom ate presented j They are a great palr.at all Biases aad ,8y two most ingratiating young tol-1 the rest of the company la iu kecpine, Lewis Sargent, who lakes the I part of toe lormer. is said to fee only em Page r. Quaker Rolled Oits, per S Ib. sack llobln Hood Rolled Oal 24 Ib. sack Robin 1 QC IiO" Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. ogp 35ou laugh; that back your childhood; that makes of you a boy or girl again to a day. ANEW MARK TWAIN PARAMOUNT A Super Feature ture tale that >vill as long as world vcan ana men into a in the FINN AH His Adventures on the Screen Pulsing with a adventures, mellowed with much byva iew tears. If you have read the 'bookLyPU will want to see -tKe picture. t If you you-will want to read the pooK, REGULAR PHOENIX PRICES SHOW STARTS 2.00, 4.30, 7.00, 9.00 ;