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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1920 THE LETHHHinnu DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVis PHOTOPLAYS A tSS 11 ci TVi 1.111 o IL VAUDEVILLE MARKETS March was IL good demand for ull gradea of cash oats with spreads unchanged lu Uc Iiouer. Tbe demand Cor cash barley ami tlax wns indifferent, with spreads ULichaused. Hyc was In good dbutaitd with nothing beins offered. Trading in future markets was nut ncliv.s end the volume of business was Oats Uc higher for May and July. Ksrley up for May and up for July. Flax unchaugc-d for May and higher for July, rfe advanced Quotations .Ma Open. Close. May SfCTi July 'J2 Jlnv 15514 July HS'i l-'LAX July May ................185'i Cath Prices No. 2 :i71i N'o. 94% KtU-u No. 1 Feed............ No. 1 Xccd.. SS'i No. 2 Peed.. Trick SflTi 3 No. 4 C.W..'.ISO's Itejeclcd and Teed ............13iiTs FLAX- NO. 1 No. 2 Nd. C.W.-.45S Track........................528 HY KI- NO. 2 C.W....................15714 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, March were Blow and weak. Good Quality t butcher steers were the only class of i cattle lo holi! its own. ranging from jll.aO lo '1'he hog niarket was unsettled and prices will likely advance before the close of the market. Calgary Llveitock CALGAHY. March choice butcher steers nieragiug 1.2C5 made J13.60, Ihe balance of the steers going at Jll.tO to Jlii.L'o; good butcher steers. to Jll.CO; heavy cows, to common cows, to IS.75. A tew choice heifers inado 410.6IJ to 111.20; good butcher hulls, My told me Ui get COLONIAL FRIDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK WILL BE CountryStore Up 1st Dollars Cash. 2nd of And One Hundred Other Useful Prizes Given Away. we guarantee a laugh a second for an hour. AND cf Heart nnd Nsrve Pills nnil 1 felt belter lifter taking them; three boxes mnde me quite well. I am now helping my son to tho farm, and can truthfully Kay t feel like a different man." T'rirc SOo a box at all dealers or mailed direct ou receipt of price by The T. Millmrn Co., Umileil, Toronto, FEMALE" A Paramount-Artcraft Picture Founded uii .1. M. Harrlo's famous nlf.y. "Ttie Admirable Crichton." Adapted (or the -screen by Jennie Macpherson. A picture ssir.or. (ho f-rca- lurfiF, nf ;i misfit strijiH tht-ci of tiielr false fronts and handicaps, flings them clown in a land where nature- rules, anrl says: "Try apaln, ]ovo again." Coma and see whit happens! TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Dorothy Gisti 'Peppy Polly' She met him first in jail. She was in for "keeps." He wasn't. How could she make him lovo her. a convict? Nice predica- ment, ell! Dill leave it. to Dor- othy. Come and see the most amusing farce of the season. "Bombs and Girls" Bathing IVo-ilcel I' Comedy. "PATHE WEEMi-Y" and "FOX NEWS" COLONIAL TODAY Matinee Daily at Evening Shows Sharp at and KULOLIA'S NATIVE HAWAIIANS IN THE TUNEFUL MUSICAL PLAY- 'The Paradise of the Pacific' ADDED PHOTOPLAY FEATURE BEATRICE M1CHELENA "BILL'S in "JUST SQUAW" SCREEN MAGAZINE 50c Children...... 25c COME EARLY AND GET OOOD SEATS MAURICE TOURNEU EMPRESS-THURS. EMPRESS-ig TONIGHT CINEMA with MARION DAVIES ;