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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALtf MONDAY, JUNE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS sales: C. P. 112 1-2; V S. Steel; S2; U. S. Slcel preferred. 105. PAR SILVER NEW YORK. Jane Bar silver, domerllc 9914; foreign t'3. WIN NIP KG. June lues 3 was very'quiet, ou the lot-itl casb'iiuirket today. The -market at the present time is Buffeilng frojii a scarcity of offerings as a gop'l demand exists for all grades of. oats aiui toy grades o! liarloy. July Q.-US closed cents high- cr; October cents higher and De- cember 154 cents htsher; barley 114 feats higher for July and 1% ceuU up for'Octuber; flax 14 cent lower for July and 2 cents down for October. Quotations: Open Close Oct. 101 102V Julj Dec....... 951i July............ Flax- July 413 -my. 'Oct. 4121-i -110 quoted. Cash Prices LONDON MONEY LONDON, Jwo Bar sil- ver 52tl per ounce; money per ccnt-I discount short bills OVs per cent.: three mouths' bills G 11-lti per cent. RAILWAY MEN WILL GATHER TO PASS ON NEW YMGE AWARDS, JULY 19 No. a'tV.W. mVi .Kilra No.-! feed.............. li (Xo. No. '1 feed..130 'Truck 127 li .Xo. S C. W. 15214 Xo. 4 C. W. (Track .........................1C014 CLEVELAND, June 2S.--One thous idif general chairmen of the four rail- road brotherhoods the engineers, firemen and conductors will convene in Chicago. July 19 to pass judgment ou thp wage awards luo railroad labor board lias announc- ed jvlll "oe handed down not later than .July 29, W. G. Lee, president ot the 'Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, said last uiglit on his return from Chi cage. Mr. ijee said'the meeting was calleil on Ib'e assumption that tho boar lor 'assigned himself; to the part. Bu just as he was a'oout to make tho tali the balcony crashed down and it a bit inoro realistic than he bargains for. With your old friend Snub Foliar in "Fresh and the Black. Set ret, Hth episode, makes up a firs class 10-reel program for the Phoeni offering for the first three days ot thi week. PECK'S BAD BOY OHI SKINNAY! "Oh.'Sklnnay! hurry hurry; an1 tell all the other fellers, Packls Bay Boy leading- newspapers of the country, is a-comin" to 1 know, afterward being compiled In book form, There have been many imitators since, both iu prose and cartoon, but the character created by Governor Peck has never been duplicated. Peck's Usd Boy stands today as the best characterization ot the Can-i ndian boy ever seen iu print, or on the 'stage. Ho is Just with all a boy's live (if harmless fun. There Is noth- ing false or stilled'about him, he is neither too too bad, he is just and therein lies his appeal.and charm.; 'You will see your own boyhood re- flected In his every prank; you will recall boyhood escapades long since forgotten, as Henry and hia pals play their" innocent jokes on Shultz, the lovable old storekeeper; Duffy; the policeman, his ma and pa, and all the dldnf I just sea 'em pastln' up the pictures, >an oh he's got a goat everything. An1 there's goin' to be a matinee it's goin' to be a good show. My ma read-me the book I'd rather hear her read it than go swimmln1 or flshlu'. An' oh Sklnnay after the matinee they're goin' to: let all us kids go right up ou the stage and shake hands and talk to him, an' pet the goat, an' maybe .they'll give us. some oS ihe oranges and apples out of the grocery store, gee won't jt be great! Ma said if I'd I could go to the matinee, can't yer come along Young Canada V-lll surely have the- titna of its life when. Peck's Bay Boy comes to tho Majestic on Tuesday for a spcciol matinee and nlghrperfornv ance. KITCHEN'CABINET GIVEN AWAY AT THE COLONJAL TONIGHT. The Colonial'theatre's kitchen cabi- net will be given away at the Colonial tonight at S o'clock sharp. Patrons are advised.to attend as.early as.pos- sible, and to bring all their coupons from The winner must present in and was created bv the Pore lhe to the winning nuniber In order to the cabinet.. A..com-: njlttee of or gentlemen will1 bs coiled from the audience to con-', duct the drawing. Doors will bo open- i ed sharp at 6.45 tonight. A fine show has been lined up tor onight, tho feature of. which will be de superb production, "Tho Turn in henoad." Other fine attractions will alanco the bill. ILI AJII, uuu. ,1 an iff i i a knight grand cross, of tha Order of In order, to eti-Oreghry the' In 1S62 Miss Jisrie of J. O. Monuelet, of Montreal. The late judge ia-survived .by two daught- ers and one-son. LONIAL The Kitchen Cabihet Will Tonight at Sharp BOY SCOUTS CARNIVAL Come and show your skill and try your luck. Games Tor ladies as well as the Men. A riot of fun for everyone, -DANCE AT That Jazz Saxophone and Spring Floor Sure Will Tickle Your TOM. DOMINION DAY, JULY 1 Raymond. TUBS.June Z9 CHEER GLAD BOY IS MIRTH OF'A NATION FUNNIER THAN EVER VETERAN DROWNED MOOSE JAW. June Jack, C. P: It. news agent, and a re- turned 'soldier, was- drowned here yesterday afternoon In .the Moose Jaw 'river. Jack went but in a canoe, but not being.able to manage it, he at-, tempted to atop into.'a rowbpat con- telninE' three' fell'between the. two. :-lle'-was 'pulled out of. the >vatcr as quickly as possible but ail efforts to.revive hirii failed. Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not no liard on your clothing. When done properly, pressing and spoiiEinK ''A'ill innko your garments wear longer. Win- not have your done by the newest pro-' coss. Our prices arc reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Dry Cleaned Sponged and Pressed .Suit, Pressed ..-----..........75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770' AUCTION SALE ON THE1 PREMISES, 921 NINTH STREET JSOUTH WED. NEXT, JUNE 30th COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK Is Favored With Instructions to Sell By Public Auction WITHOUT RESERVE the SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Anil InclurllnB: Set of solid oak dining choirs; lian'dsornn hnffcl: round extension t-able; solid oalt TBA WACOM; mission oak china rahinet; handsome Jardinieres with [K-dostals; MAHOG- ANY mahogany occasional chair; rcckeri foot Btool; hnndsiojno npholstorcil CHAIft; tnahoeany music. niihinot; BI'l.HXDID OKdAN by Mason oval occasional (ino nualily WILTON IIUO. 9x12; jardincres; green carpnl fc-tiuaro. Ititure.s; Vilcheii cabinet; BQiiare Oinfng table; liall runner; hall mirror; IIANDSO.MH BRASS 53ED. complete, with springs ami mattress; oeaulilul MAKOOANY DilESSER AND to inallo'gany. beriroom roctcr; rurar-d oak ilen table; aninll lablo; Vfjiiltt.eiiaraelica IJUKSSINa TAISI.B AXD ttlAIll; cot' anil. taatlrosS; mirror; a large Tiiimber of up'to-ilatii nbVols; .kitchen etc., elc. THE RIGHT Or WITH LYTELL; COMING TO COLONIAL THEATRE "The niglit o( Way" in motion plc- urc form, an aOanlation of the fara- ons novel by Sir Gilbert Parker, in; which Screen Classics, Inc., presents I tho magnotlo anil vbreatllo star, Bert ell, will be shown at the Colonial, on Wednesday and Thursday this i week. i As those who have read the md. it Is estimated by Harper :ne publiRhers, that they number wew into sL': recall, th'is is a'j stirring, picturesque and unusual story of Canadian life In Montreal and TERMS CASH PHONES TODAY TOMORROW Usual Prices ALL OF A SUDDEN PEGGY She was nil and nll-of- a-sudrleii! One morning tho pap- wilb her consent, announc- ed slid was married. But she wasn't! And what's more, sni! refused wed her "husband." OTiat was her giurw? Some-. filing and inj-steriou.s-s-8-sl C'omc and laugh whtio yni( find out. Christie Comedy And Screen Magazine, A Big Show! ,1110 winneisiriust be Uchet purchaser tonight. -DupUcalo couiioa (o the winning-iiamber must bo presented by Ibs -winner. A committee ot six w UP- cleft -from the audience to conduct, tho (Ufwitig. Doors at 6.45 All Seats, 35c AND TUESDAY .A GREAT TWO HOURS OF HAPPINESS IN TURN IN, THE Full of Sunshine and Joy nOLLlCKING HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY LATEST PATHE REVIEW SPECIAL SOMEDY SCREAM Superb Special Holiday Attraction Wednesday and Thursday WITH EXTRA SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE THURSDAY MORE FUN THAN A CIP.CUS FOURTEEN MUSICAL NEW: SAME OLD BOY ASK DAD------HE KNOWS A RIOT OF HOURS OR FUN Night 50c, 75c, SPECIAL MATINEE CHILDREN 25c NOT A MOVING PICTURE ADULTS 50c _________I This is only one] of th? rtar r tf.. A Five Hundred Thousand Dollar Production of SIR GILBERT PARKER'S MOST FAMOUS NOVEL OF CANADIAN ALL STAR CANADIAN PRODUCTION. Whatever You Do, Don't Miss This Wonderplay. P HEON1X TODAY AND TOMORROW tear, a laugh and a thrill of remembrance. A tale that will live as long as the world can smile. Huckleberry Finn ALL HIS ADVENTURES ON THE SCREEN DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL PICTURE SNUB POLLARD IN "FRESH PAINT" COMEDY "BLACK THIRTEENTH EPISODE Raymond People Take Notice "Peck's Garnpan] 12 People Complete Production SAME SHOW THAT PLAYS LETHBRIDGE, CALdARY, EDMON- TON AND ALL THE CITIES OF ALBERTA WILL PLAY A3 FOLLOWS: ASSEMBLY HALL, MAGRATH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 GYMNASIIW DOMINION'DAY, THURSDAY, JULY i OPERA HOUSE RAYMOND, FRIDAY, JULY Z GO AND SE.E "PECK'S BAD A GOOD SHOW ;