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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1920 THE LCTiramncK DAILY HERALD PAGE- FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS ltd Lh March 9. ronllnires small on tho local market for nil cash, grains with offerings slill light. Today thero was aillttlo de- mand for oats with spreads reported tetter on all grades. No. 3 bar-i Joy showed another decline of 2c, too- Ing now only lie over, tho May price. Cash flax and ryo unchanged. Oats closed lc lower for May, wilh .Inly 1 1-Sc down; barley closed 1 1-So lower for May, July 3-Sc down; flax closed i l-2e higher for May and July Sc up; ryo was 5 3-Sc, lower for May. Quotations Open. Close. Way'.... July Answers Speech of-RoweU's De livertd Some Time Asks Questions About Peace 4 4r. V SPURIOUS CURRENCY.IN- CIRCULATION IN MEXICO WASHINGTON, March lioporls received hero stato that tbero Is spurious currency in circulation In Mexico. Most of It Is declar- ed to have been mado by agents iho Russian Bolshe-' vlM la the United Slates and I- shipped into Meilco. I May July Jlay July Muy '.'..I IS Cash Prices Xo. 2 C.W... 97 COO 528 459 1SS% No. 3 C.W... 94'.i OTTAWA; n. McMas lor, at tbe opening ot today's session of tho Houso of Commons, asked lhe leader of the Government If a utal 'of peace eilsted between Canada an rher enemy, if not what action was necessary to bring about such a de- sirable slate. Sir George Foster re- plied that a state of peace actually and at present existed between Can- empire and her enemies. Peace, would bo proclaimed as eacli treaty was ratified: Hon. Charles Murphy, continuing tbe OTTAWA, March (By Canadian questions of more lhan ordinary interest lo returned men and soldiers' dependents aro due In the commons tomorrow. D. D. Mc- MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., March colas aro being taken from circulation and shipped back to Canada from Minneapolis at lho rato ot a following a. decision of tho banks to charge 20 per cent.'dlscount on all Can- adian silver owing to tua adverse exchange rates: Large numbers of brand new Canadian half-iloHars were found among Dominion cblns, indicating that trafflcklns. li Canaalan coins across tho border.'in which opcr- atora making a profit of 20 per cent. been going on. Bankers say that Canadian coins will completely forced from circulation here in view of the discount.sltuatlon. RATES ON MILK AS BAGGAGE STAND OTTAWA, Mitch 9 board of raljway commissioners his mlued the action of the railway companles.to be allowed to In- crease their rates on milk In bag- gage cars. Tariffs filed last May showed Increases ranging from 25 to 60 per cent. These were im- pended pending Investigation asK- ed for by the National Dairy Coun- cil, through, its solicitor, Mr. D'Arcy Scott. The commission has now dis- missed the application for In- creased rates and confirmed the old rates which existed prior to last May. EXCELLENT VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL TONIGHT WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH ONLY FORTY v debate address opined with an i nrGtoIlj.right sup- No. 1 teed.. 03% No. 2 feed.. 02U atUck on the Hon. N.'-W. Rowell. In fl lhc oiiposltton, DfiSl n w- salrl Mr. I 1 u l tn Italncr is asking how many officers are being retained In the scvvice of the militia No. 4 C.W.. .14714 Track....................... j September last, Mr. Murphy said, Mr. Rowell had made a speech which the press had been pleased 16 terni a reply to one which Mr: Murphy had made months previously. Mr. Murphy declared.that he was out of the country CAV.. .105% Feed Track 154% Mo. 1 N. W. C 533 Ko. 2 C.W...523 No. 3 C.W...4SS Tnick 525 hen Mr. Ilowell made his'speech "and on his return j he endeavored to bring the matter a tiiiestlon of privilege. department headquarters at Ottawa, who have Hot seen service overseas; their of pay, length of service and whether men are not available for the positions held by happy couple are all r shown in that delightful comedy, "Too MILLION DOLLARS? Many which will be- dlspli Suppose you were a youcs man and' Starland tonight. Wallace ap suppose you had forly million dollars pears as .van. Dorn, and Then suppose someoao stole the beautiful Qra Carewo is Desiree Lane. iionoy from you. And suppose you were caught in a fire- wilh a girl you loved, and suppose that you and the Girl escaped with your lives, but with- out much clothes. What would you do next? That's the plight that Walstasham Van Corn and Ucsiree lane found themselves !u ono ulghl. Walslrig- ham's first move was to throw blan- kets over Desiree and himself, aud his second act was to eal! a preacher i who was w.ittfhing the fire, and ar- 1 range (or bis marriage with Deslrce. j His third move was to get -a job the 'next day so as to support his bride. As for the other moves the Under I H. H. Slovens. Vancouver, asks for lit returns on the numbers of: war wld-1 Tlllf11? of -tll6 cnul.lt! then annouu, ed that he would do .so at the next j session of parliament. 'Calgary Livestock March Livestock hundred an-.-i thlrly-elglit cattle were on sale at Mr. Murphy declared, amid the stockyards today. There-was 'it-! opposition laughter, "Is what I pro- steers. lo Sll.CO; Rood butcher! to extenso this afternoon." filters ?10 lo jil.GO: good butcher1' to S10; stocker steers, to '55.Su; stacker cows, ?0.r.O 16. SC.7S; he number of children In each Indlr-1 ual case. j Bremen Crowd Sets Upon Them As They Are leaving Barracks Mr Murphy sketched the history of bis attack mado 191S, on Mr. Uoivell. In the course of the elec- campaign of he said, Mr. I Ilowell. speaking at'.North. Day liad attacked the conduct .of the Kronen sr-eaking people and their religion In canners. S4.50 to ?5; good veal calves lo J10.50. Xo hogs were on sale. Winnipeg Liveitock W1XXIPEO, March J Mr. Rowell, continued Mr. Livestock Iteccipls this 1 had been challenged to prove momlns were 116 cattle and 227 hogs.] vatis anli had replied that lie was Up to U a.m. the majority of cattle i mining investigations. lia-J been up and-the market! election'being MK MUP was-practically over by noon. proceeded, he was going to take linn' butcher sleers and cows made np [in.c tl, inquire. Referring then lo his owii speech of March, 1918, Mr. Mur- declared: "1 proved by facts anil figures sub niUteil to the house 'that.the honorable gentleman's statement about French speaking people and their r.c lijion was a foul Blander." OTTAWA; March on the j address Is expected. to close in tho r house of 'commons willi a.display.'of.1 fireworks. When lhe debate is re- sumed at 3 o'clock this' afternoon. Hon. Charles Murphy, It is stated, in- tends to make a further, altacl: on Hon. X. W. Rowcll. Piquancy Is lent lo lhe (lay's proceedings fact Ibat Mr. Howell is also billed lo speak later in the day. Murphy's speech as re- joinder to the one mide by Mr. Ilowell last session. Mr. Rowell then replied to Ihe previous attack made'on him by Mr. 'Murphy in which reference was made to ''commercialized Christian- ity." f tho season played to u capaclt) louse at lhe Colonial Tuealre last till giving excellent calls- 'aclion. Tho Ardell Brothers open lhe show with a Splendid acrobatic casting going through a routine of thrilling stunts with (Roman rings. fur- nisli plenty of thrills aud qulto a deal ot good 'comedy. Marcelle Marion, in lier clever singing and Inlking "single" makes a big hit .with her act. Sho sings a couplo of exclusive song bits In a nitty way, and .puts over a line of real comedy cbatler. Reynolds and Geraldlne offer a pleasing dancing act that displays real lalent. They are assisted by.Joseph Schilling, an able pianist, who adds to lhe enjoyment o! tho act by some clever piano play ing. Jack and De -Lyle, a couplo o black face comedians, close the show in a riot of laughter with their hodge podge of comedy, "Southern Excite- ment." They made a big lilt las night. The nliotoplays nre right up to th age BElil-IK, March follow- of these classes. Major 0. W. Andrews. joyment in this bill, whicli will lave power to examine witnesses der oath. COLONIAL TODAY Two and 9BO FOUR ACTS VAUDEVILLE HIPPODROME REYNOLDS AND GERALDINE MARCELLE MARION JACK AND De LYLB THE ARDELL BROS. Photoplay Attraction Special SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "THE ILLUSTRIOUS PRINCE' PA.THE REVIEW "HIS FATAL BEAUTY SELECT ORCHESTRA Children 25c You Must Come Early to Get the Best Seats. Calgary Secures- Right in ing With Property Taken For Taxes Russian'Influence in Manchuria Fast Murderer! Kolchak tn llerM.ll IODMONTOX, March city ot Calgavy was given the to charge 5 per cent commission in collecting rents to cover tales in arrears on vropcrty after n lengthy discussion on Tuesday in the municipal law commit- tee of lhe leglslnlure. The commit- tee tacked on a provision that -vliore- cver the rails wore paid over volun- tarily Tor Ihi3 purpose, the 6 per cent, commission could not be deducted. Calgary also oinie 'asking that lhe Hoard of Public Ulllitles be given power to decide whether a road should bo opened through any sub- division williont lhe necessity oE the city taking expropriation proceedings. The Kamo rcciucsl was made last year. On that occasion, the municipal law committee'o( tfie legislature decided against Hie request but gave the min- ister ul public works the right lo make a (Incision In .such a case. On Tues- day the conimlllce acceded lo Cal- Kiifv's request to the extent that the Hoard of I'ublic Utilities Is now given the aulhorlly inslead of the minister cif public, works. Tho board Is to fix compensation lo tho owner, and the proposal nuplles particularly.lo a of way which lho city'la seeking across cerlalii land to straighten out n new street railway route. Jfgr. Iieonard_ was onlalned Wshop Ulnionski by Canlinal neglu nt Quebec. 'HAHB1X, Manchuria, Feb. jicrsistent propaganda ol the local, Bolsheviki, whicli daily is growing rnoro Impudent, is fast destroying the last remnants influence In lhe Times correspondent. With the "withdrawal of the Japanese from the Amur region to Trans-Balkala, the correspondent adds, the Chinese and Japanese .find themselves closely allied against the IJolsheviki. General Semenotf. the anti-Bolshevik leader, is strengthened by the arrival ot the new forces and is dismissing tho men who had com- promised his rule. The Chinese lire manning and arming gunboats on the iiingari river. Tho correspondent as- erla that liayoml doubt tho Reds kill- d Admiral Kolchak nnd Premier Pep- elln-yov and 29 members of Kolchak'.i tatf. This number was killed to ally wilh lhe number of prisoners murdered by Gen. Skirilrolf, ho says. French officers who are members i of the enlcnte military mission. When lho offlcers enlercd the bar- racks in Bremen to conduct negotiat- ions wilh German offlcers, lhe reports stale, the soldiers sang "Deutscheland Uber tho singing attracting a large crowd which rtughly handled the. French officers yheii they left lhe bar- racks. f The police'.. dispersed tho crowd and escorted lho ofllccrs to their quarters. Aiijnquiry Into the affair was opened .immedlalely. Still another incident ot similar nat- ure at Jlretuen Is.rpporled'by the Yos- .sichc Hell'nng. It'tayV'.tiial 'yesterday I two French officers Italian1 of- I fleer stopped a wearing a field Isrey nnltorm. s'upposing.hirh to belong I lo the German army. When the man failed io salute high words followed, culminating 'In blows. crowd as- saulted tho ellled officers, who were considerably injured; the newspaper adds, before they were fe'sciioj by tho police. The inlcr-allied commission, lhe same newspaper lettBrs- repeated lor Ihe last limes at the Co- lonial tonight. DOROTHY G1SH GOES TO POLICE STATION IN A PATROL WAGON men Monday morning. IRISH NEWSPAPERMAN SENTENCED TO JAIL The cily of Four Millions bids fair to lose ils tille lo being the most blase city in America, it things keei up as they are'in'Los Angeles. Mov ing pictures have reformed and re uvenated the lown nnd it now be comes a rare and unexpacted thing to lave anyone stop and look at an oul oMbe-ordinary occurrence. Tho pas serby merely says, ''Moving pictures, nnd lets it go at'that. So it did not create' much of a sen-1 sation receiilly when Dorothy Gish's director arranged with Ihe, Los An- geles police department lo givn the vivacious little star a ride In the real patrol wagon that carries everyone from peace disturbers lo Inleriiation- al crooks .to-lhe central The scene to be taken was tor MUa Dorothy's Paramount picture, "Peppy which will bo shown at Star- laud Wednesday and Thursday. The starves to bo arrested and sent to jail, and ot course it was to be made COLONIAL COMING WED. and THURS. Positively T.wo Days Only. W. TOWNE presents the Season's Artistic Treat Kulolia's Native Hawaians the colorful musical comedy ol Hie Sunny Southern March of towns In Northern Now England remained isolated today -because ol tho storm and freeze-up of Saturday. Several places along lho blocked branch lines of the railroads reported a serious shortage of. food and fuel.. Normal service on tho'.main line of tho Boston Maine railroad was possible loday except on tho. Mountain division, :whtch railway engineers os llmated could not be reopened nnll' Thursday. Hlahwayi Blocked CONCORD, N.U., March. way blockades doe to.the Wlzzard o Saturday prevented nearly 100 town from pnrtlcipallng In tbo presidentia primaries held In the fclato today. If Ypu've Any Doutls as to whether coffee is a friend your nerves, drink Iwo or Ihree cupfuls at bedtime and think about it during the wakeful night. v- Ypull also think of POSTUM "FfHrr'f LONDON, March mond, editor ot the Catholic Herald, whose..trial on a charge of inciting to murder oC Viscount'French, lord lieutenant ot Ireland, nnd others, in. an article in his newspaper, opened at tho Old liailey court'yesterday, and was loday found guilty.- He was sen- lenccd to six months' Imprisonment. realistic as possible. An officer Dia- on Main street was informed that lu should arrest aiiss Oish and send in :lie regular call. She would be picked SUIT AGAINST TOBACCO. KINS NEW YOHK, March summons in a suit agnlnsl Sir Hugh Cunllffe- Owen, president ol the Brltish-Ainev- can Tobacco Company, for JoOO.OOO, was filed In the supremo court yes- terday. Tho plalnllff Is ,Marvello Cooper Urlce, Bald to navo served in tho'Iirlllsli army. RAILWAY REPAIRMEN STRIKE COLUMBUS, Ohio, March hundred repairmen in the Norfolk Western railroad shops in this clly wcul on strike last night in nn effort to enforce Iheir demand that one ol lhe shop employees bb discharged Tho man In qucsllon refused to walk out when a slrike was called last year. "The Paradise of the Pacific" NOT A MOTION gorgeous eitravaganza, elaborately staged. musical up by ihe "liurry-Op" wagon and taken to. tho station. It so happened lhat tho wagon was out at tho time the call arrived, and the rlrivcr, calling in, was told to go to the reported station before be re- turned. When tlio patrol arrived; Dorothy found lhat she liad company, consisting of a flrtmkcn Iratnp, a. wo- man arrested for fighting, and a shop- lifter. .She says the ride to lho Ela- tion was nothing like Ihe chummy af- fair it should liavc been. 13r. Arthur T. lladlcy, president ot Yale University since ISM, an nouncos he will retire in lhe spring 1921. REAL NATIVE HAWAIIAN 3INCERS AND' DANCERS DREAMY HAWAIIAN HAWAIIAN HULA-HULA GIRLS AN EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION .......Sue Children No Reserved .Seati. NEW YOUK, Marcli speed re- cord for tug travel through New York hnrbor was mado yesterday by Lleul. Travcrs Williams-Taylor, son of Btr Frederick Williams-Taylor ol the Bank of Montreal, Ueut. Williams-Taylor had booked asaago on tho Cunard liner Impora- lor. Just after the deparluro of the big tteamor, shortly after noon, ho ar- According lo Hie licst medical nu thorfties, fully" three -fourths of Ilia ipecple of Ihe civilized .world differ iin come form from cos'.ivcr.c'ss or Ir- regular action of ll.o bcwfls. There .1 no doubl that raniiy rtlslreasing dis- easo-3 aro caused by conslipnticn. It gives rise to tick and bllloim head- oches, jaunillco, tloalhie specks before lho oycs, catarrh ot lho ctomnch. and Ilio painful, trcu'jlcsotue piles. Therefore, U is of supreme Importance lo hcnllli tlial tho bowels bo kept regular. Simplo food, frnll, etc., sboulrl be used, ami rlcli food nnil stimulants of all kinds avoid ed. This, wilh ,tho use of Milburn's Pills lo regulate and csUb rived nt the dock. Waving two fifly- dollar bills, lie shouted: "The man who puts mo aboard the imporator gels ilOO, nnd lho ono who makes a good try and loses gels The captain of tho tugbonl Lewis Mulver tmmcdlalely cut loose, shout- Ing to tho lieutenant to jump aboard. The tug cul down harbor through the shipping al tull speed and (ho captain won his when lhe slopped off lho Slntuo of lilberty In response lo whlsllcd ap- lie.ils tmd Williams-Taylor cliuibcd aboard. llsh hc.illhy action o( liie bowels not fail to give permanent relict ii Hie most obsllnalo cases, Mrs. Walnmnn, Orillla, Ont a child I was always very badly constipated, and I can wel remember when finite young, mr mother giving mo senna tea nearly every morning, nnd I got lo dread It After taking Mllbum's Pills for a while t nm not trouble constipation any more." Mllbitrn's Pills are 25 a vial at. a'll dealers or ranllcil diver receipt of price liy The T. Milbur Co., THURSDAY Dorothy Gish SHE DELIBERATELY WiNT TO JAIL TO "CLEAN UP THE ANO TO SAVE A FRIEND. WHILE SHE WAS THERE THE ONLY FRIEND. WHO KNEW OF HER SCHEME'DIED, WHAT WAS SHE TO DO? HOW COULD SHE GET OUT? LEAVE IT TO DOROTHY GISH. SHE KNOWS HOWI FUNNVt IT'S A RIOTJ Moana wilh Kulolia's Royal Native Hawallans In "The Paradise the at the Colonial Wednesday Thursday. GOOD COMEDY FOX NEWS PATHE REVIEW ;