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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 30, 1920 THE UjilHJRUMiK UA1LT PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG. June There was a good demand No. j'iarley the offerings' very small. grades were upt7ln "demand. A t i demand conllmie'd far all grades bats, but with, light the vol- ume of business .transacted WM imall. 1 Spreads remained unchnnxod. and rye markets were dull. July oats closed 2 cents higher; CX- i tdber H cent lower and December cent lower; barley cents lower July and 1 cent down tor October; 1 cents down for July .and Octo- Quotations: Open Close 12J14 12314 993; July Oct Jnly 102 Oct. 108 403 Cash Prices Oats-: i. No. 2-C.-W. 129 No. a C. W. Extra No. 1 feed .......'...----129 .Xo. 1 -No. 2 fced..U6 Track ;....'...'...................123tt No. 3 C. W. No. 4 C. W. 155H Flax- No. I N. W. C.................lOOli Xo. 2 C. -W. S9Gy. No. S' C. 34S Coufleinned. 3.15 .Track. 175H to 116 and September 170% to 171. Ihe corn market .scored material gains all around. -f Oils were firmer with corn. prlcefe, which ranged from Vs Se-d'ne to udvaucM, Including September at 8? lo 8794. were followed by unev close. A to dlspo Eteers U and cow The b J18.50 to NKW tales 93H; U NtiW domesli toners! upturn. 1 ____ .WiNNlPEa-UyES.TO.CK. ___ .__. WINNIPEG. "June (Dominion i livestock Recelp'in W cat-. tie. and 350. sheep. The warirat thl> morulag extremely dull, QnotiUotn were generally and unevenly lower from the previous All classes o( cattle werp hard f. Pew choke butcher ut J15.50: good heifers and cows ranged from 11.00 to 512.60. market was steady at selects. N. Y. STOCKS, NKW YORK, Juno 30. Closing P. V- S: StEci S. Steel preferred 105H- BAR SILVER YORK, June silver, 93 Ki foreign 91. Voting on LetSibridge Norihern Held Least 20- Days Eonger.' has bee.n received from the Irrigation .council to tho effect that the decision It .was ho'ped wouldrbe given by the'attorney-general author- izing the minister, to powers Branted.hlni under a certain clause in the Irrigation .Districts Act standing to altacfc the defendant's title to the hogs. Defendant's Claim Defendant's claim was that she bought the hois on July IStb, 1919 from the execution debtor. The sale was not accompanied by an inimedl ats delivery of the goods or followei by. an actual and continued change o possession, and so bill of sale o them was made and. filed. Section of tie Bills of Sale ordinance, contln ucs the Judgment.. eiiacts that such sale as Ihis shall be ,In writing an Bhall'be accompanied by an aflldavi of a witness thereto of the due execu _ No. i C. CALGARY LIVESTOCK CALGARY. June There' were US cattle 77 hogs'and 75 sheep on sale at llio yards today. Thero was no market, prices :at close last week. cattle, ruling. Hogs-were a little stronger, for selects oft cars J1S.75 for the bulk. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Juno Uneasiness In regard to. possible of black rust in tho sprhig: wheat- bolt tended today to lift prices-Tor other 'grain Including After opening- .which would obviate the necessity OIj t ion thereof, as well as an affidavi sending out assessment notices and! Ot boiiafides by the bargainer, an holding a court of revision the; that such conveyance and affidavit owner! In the North Maclcod cannot he HITCHCOCK AND %PALMER NOMINATED SAN FRANCISCO, June 30 The namti of Senator riitchcoek, of Nebraska was presented to the convention during the second houi. Former Governor Schallenberycr' of Nebraska, nominated the admin- istration, leader In the senate ueaiy'ffghtrtrva brief speech...... The nominating speech for At- followed the p'KMnUMon of Senator Hitch- cock's MANY PEOPLE GOING TO FAIR' AT CALGARY star casts yet seea la any one pic- Thirteenth Chair" and "Within the ture. It is estimated that "The Right of Wajr" coat 'close to J500.000 to pro- duce. U Is a fact that over a million and a lial! copies of the book havt been sold. Thousands of people hav feated: but. as eo often wscnrs in real life, eventually triumphs. The ine weighs carefully the Joys and tho sorrowd lif? hnhjg store for her; she ic torn between the cbaace of marrying a wealthy rotter and see-" Ing her Invalid father well cared for ".OFFERING AT PHOENIX the torment of remaining single, vel like Pallser Case' and impoverished, while the man she BLANCHE SWEET KIDNAPS MAN IN NEW FILM Traffic froru Iiethbridge to Calgary for.tha exhibition there baa, been ifavy.during the past few days over the 0. P. ticket acent James Uor- don said this morning. The holiday traffic to the exhibition promises to be heavy, and many berths have been sold on the extra .sleeper that Is goiug to be iiltached to. Thursday morning's train. NAVAL SERVICE REGULATION area] Bhall.lje registered, as hereinafter pro- werelvlded, within 3Q days ciecu- unchanged with -July.' tb-siimmons ti there any aud eight days .for appeals: to the coiirls'-in the event of unsalis- fictory settlement.- making a possible days In vvliich to cal-ry out assess- ment .-However, not .eipocted that thefo will be any appeals-and that event ,the time ,sd consumed will be only twenty days. Judgment His lordsliip comes to the conclusion (hat the mere production ot a docu- ment .purporting to hsar the corporate sea! of accompany, and to be under.the hands of its no proof vhat- ever that if is-the company's In view ot the-conclusion to which'ho had co'mg he, therefore, gave ju'cig- the plaintiffs are entitled to LONDON, June- 30. (By Canadian 'Associated.- An -ordertn-coun- cll'Just iEsued provides that naval of- ficers' commissions whether granted for service in the Royal navy or in the Royal Canadian navy shall be effective In both, and shall rank in one as in the other. -This arrangement is In accordasce with an agreement be- tween the admjralty and he govern- ment ol If you met your -wife under circuro- Blances so dlffet-'ent that you couldn't recoccizo her. would you fall in love Kith" her all orer "Black is the Thomas II. Inco picture in which Dorothy baltou is appearing at ,the Empress Theatre this week, suggested the 'question. This is a splendid holiday attrac- tion; nlso a huncU.or good comedy. DOROTHY D'ALTON COMING] HOLIDAY ATTRACTION; EMPRESS Blanche Sweet eoiues to tho Phoe- nix theatre Friday and Saturday in her newest Jesse D. Uampton-Patho feaiurc. "The Deadlier Sex" Is the title of the Dim. the story of which revolves about a modern American girl who kidnaps her money-grabbing business enemy and lakes him to tho Maine woods where the hundred thousand dollars In cash he lias in his pockets won't even buy mosquito netting. Miss. Sweet Is given excellent sup- port by Malilpn Hamilton as the man who .wanted nothing that money could buy: Winter Hall as her father; Russell Simpson as the mountain guide; Roy Laidlaw as her right j hand man of aflairs, and Boris Kar- loff as a French-Canadian trapper. Bayard Veiller, author of "The A no (loesnt remain unscreened for any length of time. And aa soon aa it was published, tho (Joldwyn company suc- ceeded In acquiring Uie screen rights to this dramatic and powerful melo- drama. It is now ready for prosenta- liou at the 1'hoenii theatre. Dominion uay only, with Paulino Frederick In tho role ot an impoverished singer whu marries an old roue, Monty Pal- iser, to secure medical aid and physi- cal comfort for her Invalid father. The adaption vras made by Edfrid A. liing ham, and Parke directed the production. "The Pallser Case" is frankly melodrama. Tho actions of the char- acters, as they reveal the thoughts and emotions by which they steer their way through life, sre brought to, screen in all their prettineis, their cruelty or their generosity. Good bat- really lovea becomes .the husband of -nother. Most girts would choose as Cassy (Pauline Frederick) did. anil marry the rich roue. But not many covered that her marriage was a would act as filie (Hd when she dis- fraud and that she had been tricked by a fake wedding into living with a man whom she detested. Who killed Monty Pallser and moved the ogre .that saddened and darkened the lives of three people? The conclusion of "The Pallser after memorable scenes In the _ Metropolitan opera house and in the police court, solves a mystery as thrilling as it is baffling. MPRES SPECIAL HOLIDAYS ATTRACTION Mo Advance In PHcej fhe the present lime anu- the money in the sher- the approval oflhe minister of of. 'Ih'o classification 6f lands'ln'the'No.rth MitlGii area arid as so'o'n as this is" received-and the order received..froni the minister of public-works ranking tlie Macleod area a part of Ihe tcthbridge Northern, the assessment notices will be delivered-. hands, resulting from the sale must be them. riiamined'for anylhcartitrDubJe'.one.of tfu first questions he asks is: "Aro Kow, the heart hecoiuea affect- ed there, ensues a feeling of a choking sensation, a-shortness ef breath, pal- pitation, irregular heating, smotherings sensation, dizziness' and a sinking! all-gone feeling ol oppression and-anxiety. On Iheiflrst oC the heart'be- coming weakened or tho nerves un- s'tning liilburn'B Heart and Nen-e Pills are just tho remedy you require. They regulate and stimulate the hcarl, and strengthen and restore nerve system. Mr. Stephen .Grouse, Bast .Clifford, N.S., suffered for five years with heart trouble. I'coiild'liard- iy walk from tho house to without resting as 1 used ,lo .get .so i short of breath. Doctors could not help me. My wife told mo, to get n box of Milburn's and Merve Pills and 1 felt better alter taking tiiom; thrco boics made me quiio well. I am now helping my son .to work the farm, and caA truthfully say 1 (eel like'a different man." Price COc a boi at all dealers or It mailed direct on receipt of price by The T.'MllburVCo.. Dorothv Daltorf li .1 ,a photoplay ac Interpleader Againsl Taylor "Black is White." .from George Bsrr 'McCutcheon's hdvel of same name will be the attraction at tho Empress ThcatTO on Jiily 1.. Jliss Dalton has a triple role, saliUfl be unusually strong in draroatic and is supported by. a'competent cast head- ed by Holmes .Herjbert. Umber Up With Penetrating Wizard OH A harmless and eftetive prepara- tion to relieve tiie pains ol Rheuma- tism. Sciatica; Inline Dack and Lum- bago is Hanilin's Wizard Oil. It pen. etrites quickly, drives out soreness, ind limbers up stiff aching joints and muscles. You have no idea how useful it will be found in cases ot every da_j ailment or mishap, vlicn there 11 need'oi an immediate healing, anti- septic application, as in cases ol sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bitci and stings. Get it froiii druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle get your money back. Ever '-jronstipated or have SICK headache? Just, try Wizard Livet Wfeips, pleasant. lilUe pink pills, 30 ieiits. Guaranteed- Special Holiday Show TODAY THURSDAY A. S. Jauman Will'Superintend Drilling .Going On in All Fields. 1 U.ilhng for gas in the field, being 'done bj the Cauadian Western Light, Heat and Power com- pany, will in future all be under direct supervision of A. S. Jauman, a new head driller lately arrived from Texas. Mr. Jaumaii is now, in the field and will be present at.the instal- iatldu ot the nftw rotary driller in Iho 1 nariwell district. The new super- An Issue which, for the.firat tlmftjn in'tendcnt has experience with the been decided is. that of 'MOTHER! "California Syrup: of Figs" Child's' Best Laxative i HOLIDAY ATTRACTION AT THE-COllONIAL THEATRE As- a special hdliday. attraction at tho Colonial Iheatre, Manager Len Brown will offer the rnagulficeiit! seven-act of Sir Gilbert' Parker's widely read novel of-Cana- diau life, "Ths ilight of 'actor, Is starred-In "The Right of Way.1; lln 'has aa unusual of Charley Steelo, the dashing yodng attorney IE dissolute, .undeni- ably winning, yet1 astoundingly super- cilious. .Ho is supported b? what is probably one of tho most brilliant all- PCOSE VEINS How To Get Prompt Relief 'with "ABSORBING JR." Bathe with hot water once a day- apply "ABSORBINE JR.'' Rub two or three times a day for the first two every niormng--and at night, put on a cloth saturated with a eolution composed, o( onf. ounce of JR." to "a quart of water and leave on over nizht. -After the first few applications of "ABSORDINE-JR." you will notice throbbing and p-iin wiu veins will not be so tore to the will have A more natural, appearance. Continue regularly to use "ABSORB- INE JR." and you will bo free of Viricose Veins. a most druggists or lent postpaid by W, K. YOUKO, INC., Lynun Huildiacr, Montreat 4J the interpleader, cases in regard, to the affairs ot the Felger Farming Co'..'; which came up b'efofo Justice at the. Inst Sitting'! of the civil sessions here and 'on which jludsmenl was .re- ferred by his lordship. According; to Standard Oil company and others in tlie Califofhia Hold. Ule spejiks well ot the prospects for the RotaVy'machine. This make of machined has done .some, wonderful work where ho has been em- ployed, 'On onc_occa5lon he aank a 0! Ihe judgment the action of Mrs. John well feet-in fourteen days and Taylor and of John Homo falls. In the this, he'claims, will mean a lot to the caso of the former the hoga which she Alberla arm. slated belonged to her by purchases] bectimVlho property" cf'lhe execution creditors to meet wages owing them by the Felgcr Farming Co., and In regard to the latter the cattle held" on a lien note fall Into liquidation for meeting the claims of tho judgment creditors, Livergood et al. Bill of Sale Void In the two separate Judgments which havb been Just handed down what appllos to tho one' applies to Oie other. The crux ol .the whole1 situ- ation was the view upheld by his ship that-tho bill of sale held by the parties was void, in that It did not have tho affidavi! ot the attesting wit- nesses to the execution of the same by the 'Felgor Co. MacLeod Bros, Will Close At 6O'GLOCJC TON1GH1T Reviewing 1ho interpleader claims ;hlch tho plaintiffs, Uvergood et al, sought to set aside in the case of Mrs. Taylor, his Lordship slated that in this nterpleader issue the plaintiffs an ex ecution'creditors of the J'clger-Fnrm hig CO., claim Ihat 300 pigs, lakcn in attachment and oxfccution. by tho sher- iff, are exigible in execution against Iho defendant who clwlms ihetn ng owner nnder her -purchase pi them from the execution debtor. Counsel's Objection In tho opening of the rase W. S Hall for tho defendant, Mrs. Taylor objoctod thai Iho order for the wrl of atlachiuent was irregularly and im properly .made, and, therefore, th writ itself was bad and Iho selzur- ondor. H ineffective. This objection was based upon tfco confonlion tha lha malerlal upon which, the orde maclo wss r.ot sufficient imdc rulo 666 to justify it. The cofitention observed hij was well Ju: lined. U M. Johtmtono, K.C.( for th lilaintlffs, arguel that the obJeclIOFt could pot bf. mads hero. by tlio de- fendant. Ho' urged that what wna coJnplaiiied of was but an irrefe-ularlty. 'respect-to the arid 4S6 At-the present time drillers for tljo as company are making good pro- ess on two now wolls in the Mon- rch field. No. 1 well is in this field, nd after considerable work n" it Is progressing rapidly. 'H is :own 1.775 and No. 2 is down 690 eel and is making good headway. One J'le from the old United Oil's well al foremost the company is drilling and ho old well referred to will probably 10 bailed out and the gas used. Negotiations are proceeding with A.'W. Dirgmah, ot the Calgary Petrol cum Products company relative to aking over tho gas from the Dingman and -2 wells. Financing of a co.m >ressor plant, that probably cost Is one point under dis cussfon. TRYING TO GET FUNDS FROM GOVERNMENT TO PAY BANK DEPOSITOR OTTAWA, June C. McGil representing the depositors o the defunct Farmers' Bank, is in O tawa today, endeavoring to prevail up on Iho gOTfjrnment to include th lost hy theeo depositors I the estimates for tho coming yeai Tho house of commons, ft will .be re. called, voted lo recoup the depositor HI 1914, but the senate defeated th proposal'by a vote of SI to 25. H wf subsoquently doclded lo withhold th until the oml of the wnr. Now it Is with the Inloiilion of urging coi alteration of tlie claim by the goveri ment' tblil the depositors IMVO sen their counsel here. ftmtilittoll Jejirhed'lcerinsel, Jijs according to: tjOflsTiiip ;fotsee h'Ow this. ileirarfmefil.'. 6110 Vay thfl-ollierj so; 9 ifrcab was cxociitTon whJclivfeSvc Ihe.. ox-' caution. a; perfectly good. WRANGEL GAINS RICH TERRITOR WASHIS'OTON'. June antl-Holshevlkl troops Eouthcrn Russia now control .approx sqnara-.'mllcr.ot rlc Accept "Ciillfornia" Syrup of for the name California on 1 the package, then you-are suro you.- child is having tlie best and moat harmless physic for the little stomacli, liver and bowels. Children lovo Its fruity- taste. Vull directions on, each hollle. You must say iThriHed a Miffion! Vital'. 'Muter Wore! of tha fandimi Worth fbodt, We Absolutely Guarantee Thlsf Attraction Also "NON-SKID Com. Latest Colonial Screen Magazine Orchestra Adults, 36c CMIdren, 10o inn in.ini.iimmrn.iii If today-- pate seized you, aa ill-treated you away D-om the world you had known-Hold family and friends you were dead; v And 1C smiling Fortune came to you begin a now life. ELS new Eis- ou the day you were luxury, from tho old ways, tho old bur- -Would you take the chance? See this marvelous romance of a woman Uiought dead, who learned In live. With 'bashing DoroUiy Dalton. in sensational scenes in Now York aijd-'Paris. From tho Celebrated Novel by George Barr JlcCatchcon TODAY FOR THE LAST TJME Channing Marguerite Clark in ADDED ATTRACTIONS Two Reel First Run Sennett Comedy Scream ;ing Suffered Tortures From Indiges- Ten Pounds And Gels Relief By Taking Tsnlac. '1 had Indigestion so bad that somc- Imes I could hardly punch my trans- Brs, but thnnka to Tanlac life is .jain worth living for said I'. ling. 4429 Main St., Vancouver, a veil-known conductor on Ihe British Columbia Electric Railway, recently. 'I guess I suffered as much as any man CVCF did willi Ills con- inucd Mr. Kinc. "-Vo- matter how cmplinf tho inral it never looked good 0 me, and halt the time I dreaded to evcri sit down a' the- table. After n few bites pas would form so bad my stomach felt like It wos in a turmoil. This gas caused a pain In my heart and-made X. palpitate so bad eome- Imcs it scared me. Very frequently 1 would get so (Hzzy I could hardly keep my feet and my head ached so bad it felt like some one was puunrtlng it with a hammer. I stooped over 1 an av.ful pain in my hark and, -to add to my other troubles, T became so nervous I' rould hardly would doze off for Icn or fifteen rain- ulcs and then wake up. This wmtld keen all night and when roorniig camo I always felt ivorac than'.whim I went lo bed. I didn't havd any energy, ambition or Inlfrest except lo try to keep my stomach from hurling. "Liko so many other Vancouver people I turned to Tanlae finally and I tell you I sure got rdstills, I have Liken six bottles and there Isn't a man fn Vancouver that can enjoy R meal more than I do now. My appetite Is fine anil nothing cuer hurts me at all. In fact my troubles have all entirely dijappearsd ami 1 just eat. Bleep and enjoy life all the lime now. I have galnfd ten poirnds and nm still gain- ing 'iiotli weight and strength. I am only too glad to add my endorsement P H O agricultural land with heavy stores Tanlac lo Ihe hundreds of others 1 according to: rcporln (o the tee in Ihe papers." __......_____ The. lighting Tunlac is soli! In Utlibriilsc by General forces and John n. Hlsinbotham Co.; In Coal- Oio.Molahcvlki ;ls rcjxh'tfid.RS severe hurst by Dnig fc Stationery fit 'limes with'- "JO -fornior showing Store, ami in Warner hy Mrs. N. Dor- considerable. ilnrii'tofi.copfidenco. Advcrliscineni. PAULflffi FREDERICK "The Paliser Gase.S SPECIAL FOR BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAM TOMORROW (THURSDAY) LAST TIME TODAY All the funny duke, the left out. "FRESH POLLARD PATHE NEWS FOR A TWO DAYS' RUN A powerful drafia of speedy American and out. A of a hc.Td-slrong man ami n hCiirl-slr'.ng girl? WHY IS SHE SO DEADLY? COME AND SEE FOR YOUR- SELFl ;