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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MARCH 12; 1920'" THE LLTHBRIDGK" DAILY ..'AGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS THE STRIKE OF THE WAITERS' UNION IN LONDON, ENGLAND aid WlN.V.l'EG. March OKc-rings of cash grains continued very loday.and the business trar-.s- acted .was. of tiuill volume. Spreads for oils and barley were unchanged. a fair demand for Ktailes'of oats. Trading in the- futures Oats closed ISc higher for July; >ic lower for May Vud He higher, for July; flax 13c higher tor Hay and lUzc up for July; rya closed. "lo-Ioiver for May. Quotations _ May July May Jultf May July Doctors In .Jfanlloba will to limited to 100 prescriptions, none, exceeding 12 oimcas, in a month. Delivers Address Before United I Siiiy.7.'. iso 1 Cash Prices 2 OS Kstrr. 1 Feed 1 n-cd !H .._- S ('-YV T S.W.C. ...533 L'.W. 507 2 New York Stocks NEW: YORK, March 12.-- Clos'jlg 0. P. JI..J24: U. S. U. S. Steel preferred. 113. Caljary Livestock OAU1AUV. -.March 12-vFo'iif hundred snd thirly-fnnr cattle. lOli. calves, and hogs were- on gale at: stock- yards today. The market was easier ihan yesterday and selling slow. Heavy steers, fll'.tlO to 512.00. 'The next'gradc, J10.00 lo ?n.COrco7umon liutciier. to flO.OO; feeders, >6 heavy cows, sood butcher, cows, JS.QO to common cows.: -good butcher. Io J9.50: com- inon'sliiff, SGiSOlo, 57.50; builH, with' 'Conirnou -gualily. jti.UO !o JCiTo; qood Veal calves. to Jll.UO; common calves! SS.OO Io ?a.0ll. S-elecl hogs, f20M la J20.55, off, cars. Winnipeg U'lXXJl'EG, March Dominion l.r.-estock .Branch.) Receipts this morning wei'ojlr catlle, 500 hojs and 1? market opened this nlo-ninV'wItb 'buyer's bidding steady on most classes :nrid grades of .cattle. Id tile 'light arrivals trading was small and'tlin bulk of sales Ihic jrioriung were confined to butcher eleora of .medium weight. i TUe sliog iunrfea! contmues strong nnd a of SO cents late yesterday 'aflerhoon brought the price for selects.' fed and watered. n'i> to J20.00, at which price the market open- ed created that cheerful isl. ''Dawn" takes sa hfio a younx niaa, 'to becomo an artist, who his eyesight, liellavlng that Ills find-i people- at- flicteil 83 ho is repulsive, ho infuses to let her sea him. In order to near bin; ehe pieteads to bo a -Miss his nurse, and when the op- eration on hjs eyes proves unsuccess- ful, she iKiches him how to do iiaefui things with hia handu and how to de- velop "soul tljlit." When he learns liis truth ho Is deeply hurt. Gossip links her namo with that o( his father and everyone, talks ot the power of her wealth for the. poverty- s'jicien family. it Is learned that the many meetings between ihe two had heen io discuss a Hostel for tho blind that her money is providing and of which tlio toy Is to bo prin- cipal, hope and happiness r.eturn and a new life dawns for thtj boy and his true uinte. The picture la splendidly directed by Ttuart and portrayed by an excellent cast Including, in support of the stars, Flora Hnch, Karry Davenport, James Kurcy. Fanny Rice, Gun Alexander, Eddie Dunn, Gladys Valerie and Margaret Barry. Gels 25-Niimos Out of _is the List of Names.' Slates Luncheon Left Politics Alrme LONDON, March Auckland Geddes. the newly appointed ambas-. sador to-Uie United States, madfe his flrr.t speech today since, hla appoint- ment was addressing a large gathering -in his honor at the Untied Stales Luncheon Club. The American ambassador, Jonu W. Davis, presided at the puncheon nnd intro- dnccdv the British ambassador, who was warmly received. "While avoiding political topics. Sir Auckland spoke of the characteristics of the English 'and Amorican people, and the essentials binding them to- Referring to 'the 'phrases, "Our American and "Blood is thicker than tlic ambassa- dor said he felt at first lhat lie dealing with a gih'at civiliBarion whfcli seemed different from all he had met. until "the crust was .broken and I found myself aihonj? people understood." Ho continued: "The cure for such ills BS exist is. r am sure, frankly tD iccognizo'-thal tlie common language is at once a bond ana n barrier, to work to strengthen ils binding power and weaken its separating in flnencc. 11.can he done, hut it is no' the work of a day or a yea'.-' Danins8 estimated at orer fivs rall-t lion dollars .was done to fruit and vegetables In South Florida by frost i on -Monday night, I Tho formec German steamer Moc- casin, recently returned from a trip! to South Africa, sank at her dock In' Brooklyn "from some- cause unknown. Clarence Clifford Cay'uga, who was arrested on a charge of forgery, was' I acquitted on (hat charge, but received two months in jail for resisting arresl. An ice jam is forming between Ixike. Ontario and the Niagara bridge at Lewiston, which may rival the yO- foot jam of eleven years ago. The strike liy Ihe Waiters' Union iu London. Eng. in the early part of F Jewels, furs and paintings belicv- ebruary seems to have been a urclty larga affair? The lower picture shows ed to have belonged 1o the late ;rcal crowd of strikers which gathered fora mass m Czar of Russia, seized by Customs Above is shown tho secretary of tho Union. Tom officials, are (o be soU by auction standing on a .wall and addressing Hie strikers. At the left is n close-nUt New York, cf C'aiiu. i L While moving from their homestead tin the Township of Chatham, thieves FARMER KILLED inlo the farm of B. babadie and t Clothing, meat and Williams, a farmir of Staveley. I tlQm, was seriousiy.injured Thurs- COLONIAL TONIGHT IS FRANCE DELEGATE VATICAN In tnci i'AIUS, March National inter third contcsl nre as Icsfs of France .lustiMed her in ivorkinf nrhp.'fs. Hi's. Arthur FrayneJ in closed accord with-the Vatican, say HH 4th Avc. north, names. i the preamble 'of Ilio bill .providing (o 2u.l prlz'v .Mrs.' re-cstaWishmcnt of relations with th 7i'2 17tli Si. 24 names. j liote Sec presented today iu the Chan frd prize: Mrs. "A: her 3! deputies. 6i'i St. atinth: 21 namea. j A number of Instances where Franc Following is ailist of the missing1 needs a diplomatic rcpresenlativo a letters and names of towns. and H'O Vatican arc citwl by Hie preamtilc lages made froni (hem. The names HI says Ihe now situation' In Syria of the and villages are ]'al6sline, Constantinople, ami tho-fl from tho Canadian Almannc, 'lent lyriqro Franco lias.cen Ad'vl.. W. J. Nelson 'Co., sympathies, llicr word. leathers; letter miEstng, A. [are French missionaries, who "onsl AdVl., Carrnthers; "Ol lo sacrificed to foreign con bridge; mhsins Ictler. II. j pelilorV'-.Tho. application of the co! Advt.. Clarke CoT; atlrac-: Rdmi Jive; letter missing i Istmliou of missions- in ,1 lie forme Yale Cafe: word, colonies Togolpad an (lay; missin? letter, IX- Knuierun ami Iho of th Patliolle religion in.Mcrocra are .poln Chief ltfunlain; word.jdellv-; cved; missing letler. Atlvl.. Cnlonlai; word. Hawniians; letter, T, Advl.. Hiplnbolham; word, Limited missing lelfer, Auvt.. Mechanical G'irage; word, letters, li ann X. ed out as prolilcnis in whlcli co-ojlcr !liou Iicl.ween.l'rnnco and the Vatlca Is necessary. CURTAIL LUXURIES OTTAWA, Mn.rcli Ihe imiVorlation of luxuries, Ailvl., Kdgctt Agencies; wonl, rumored hero, mav be a feature- mis'ing letter, M. j proposals. There In Atlvt. Kenny word, stand-; becil some- discussion of thn matlv i .u -recalls Hie- fact dial in 1S7S he mar- caught m the flywheel of kcted jmue town of AntlEonisli that w eighed 105 pounds. The price ho sccureil was ?l. ORGANIZE LABOR PARTY NEW BRUNSWICK j KREDER1CTON. -N.H.. Mnfch Tiie" New lirnnswick Federalion Labor yesterday endorsed a resoln- lion that the executive call a convon-j lion to organize an imlopolidcnt Luborj parly in New Brunswick. PRINCE STILL IN JAIL Maro.h chim Albrccht, of I'ruesia, cuusii the former German and Cap notion by the. crown against Dr, 8. J.I tain von Platen, arc still being detain- The Mornings Telegraph that "Mais 'and Female'' is a FRANK MAYO in "LASCA" Ai Superb Six Act Feature "THE MIDNIGHTMAN" EMPRESS OtSSL L.LASIfY PRL3ENT3 CECIL DEMILLE5 PRODUCTION "A LUCKY DOG'S DAY" A Two-Reel Comedy Howler. Adults 35o Children ohanncsson, edllor of the Icelandic ed iu the jail for iiio part they Irent production which ally, were .dismissed by lie full court of the King's bench lo- "ay. after accused, in affidnvlts uring cross-e.vaminiition, dejiieit ah-j olntely tlie stalelnents attributed to] ilm in affidavits filed in Ihe court byj, ho crown. This. Ihe court held, nn- ivored fully the charge. Ward HoUnnds, counsel for played in the attack on tribute to U. De tig. the reviewer says: "The picture claims first attention no part they: ,hc ot Cecil U members of continuing, the reviewer s follQwIng; the trial, stated thai had "uccii instructed by Dr. Jo- laucssou .to lay chavges perjury gainst the crown's informant, while )epnly Allorncy-Utneral Allen Inthn- ited that, the crou-n ]nay enter iicw iroccediiids against Joiianesson, Ine French comnil-ssion in the Adloiij hotel dining-room last Saturday first attention. His .work Is superb. CANADIAN BOND SALES inc picture being noMille at his best. 1 As a background lie lias given it many TOltOXTO, March Of the most slgnlficaul. und perfectly bond sales in Kebniary showed a quiet appointed sellings tho camera has mouth, according to tlio Monetary yct recorded. The shipwreck scene? Times. They lotalleil BOLSHIES ADVANCE 12 Hnlsliovik Dared with in January and in rclmiary a year ago.1 re filmed with remarkable realism and obviously no trickery, and the pic- [urizalion of the Babylonian episode Municipal issues were scarce. Ihe lotal wherein the slave girl enters the lion's of hc-ing comprised chiefly ,icu js exquisite'. These scenes afford Qf the following: Kdmonlon, ihe really big moments and the WO; Orealcr Winnipeg water 'district, "punch" .of flic picture. The photo 'roops Imve cleared the hostile forces 'rom the entire of Yf.-lslc, in Cis-Caucashi, on Ihe Ke.i Aao'v, it- ii- annouiiccd in o.'fici.il cmnmunicalibn recalled from Moscoiv. Tlie town ot Vcisk luis liceii occupied by the Jicds. Of the fiKhlinj; on Hie 1'olifh front, wTierc the-Poles have recently report- ed decisive victories over (he Dolshc- viki, the communication says; "In the Mohilev-I'odolslt region our troops nro coTitlnning Iu advance, aro ciigagcrl In violent (IghttiiK cast and south'of Xovfiya-lJsiillsa in I'odolial." wnaSnd Villages linnce, Aldersou, H.ivonp, ernmoitt has reached no decision. Hcporls from Washington (tint the government is contemplating an em- bargo on the imporliUon of non-es- sentlnls m sta'o.d to ho without foun- dation. The government, II wns offic- ially elated today, tins reached no r.ucli definite conclusion anti, in any cvenl. any ncllon decided upon .would not ha announced before- Ihe budget is not ha tin submitted d lo parliament. LIMIT BOOZE IN CHICAGO (UIICAOO. March officials today announceirthat Chicago would bo llmlled to pints a day A Krent many sent In for medicinal purposes. They declare almost every name, on tho map, but some druggists are now filling 600 as lha inajorlty'of iheao were merely whiskey prescriptions a day. They names of post offices, etc., and not of alno fillego thai moonshine- whiskey, towns and villages, they did not count, costing about IS'cenls a mtnrt lo'mnko 7Mp was flislTncfly sialrd In Ihe rules Is being sold on prescription for a of IJic conleM. quart. Outrcmont, CALGARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DIUS .CALCIAIIV, Man h Y2.-G. A. Bavlil- sqn, one of Ihe Calgary school prin- cipalp, died nt (he flencral ho.snital this morniiiB from Minck following in operation., Mr. grnphy is flawless and Hie cast above criliclsm. was born nt liriglitoii( Out.. II years ago. TONIGHT IS COUNTRY STORE "VOOVIL MITE" AT COLONIAL SEARCH FOR COUNTESS March police to- day raided Hie residence of Mrs. Kain- mon Lie Yalcra, wife of the Kinn Fein leader, in search of Countess Markie vicz, Sinn FcSn inemTicr oC parlia mcut for Iho SI. 1'alrick's division til Dublin. They .were unsuccessful, how-i ever, in their Quest, It Is slated that (lie police mistook a consiit of Mrs. Do Valcra, from don, for the countess In disguise. There has been no mention in re- cent advices on Ihe Irish s'luntion of nny fresh charges against the conn- loss. ASK ABOUT GRAIN OTTAWA, March 12.-Full partic- ulars of government purclinses of re-' cleaned screenings from grain clevftt-- ors in (lie past Iwo years will be ask- ed for Monday in the house by Oe-rdldl Sutherland, Soulh Oxford. 1 lie will also ask whellier measures riaya, been adopted to safegunrd pur- clinacrn'of such screenings from effecls In feeding ami from NIKOLAI TESLA Fciomisl, belieyca Hie ruinfRll cnu lie liarnesscd to supply That tho poimjar Colonial theatre will bo jammed lo capacity tonight Is a foregone conclusion, judging by tho number of Inquiries that have been re- ceived tiy Hie management in reference lo tonight's big Country Sloro Vodvll Nile- Sharp nt !i o'clock tonight tho cnr- laiu will rise on the big .fun festival, and a hundred useful valuable feifiA win be Inindcd out to the palrons. will include five dollars in cash for Hie first prize, a sack of flour for tnr second prize, and t'S olhcr gifts. Anil, in addition lo the novoiiy of the- prize-giving, it will be i big Imigli producer, loo, for cotued> will -bo a big item. An excellent photoplay bill will also! be presented, with Frank Mnyo. tlie' dashing slor. Iu his' feature, sniil to ho one of the season's most arlislli; the latest cpl- i aide of "The Midnight nnd a 'big, liowling two-reel comedy, "A i Uog's Ony." Good music will round out Iho show, (Jet down early lo get good seals. BREAMER AND GORDON IN "DAWN" OFFER GOOD ENTERTAINMENT, STARLAND Anyone Booking for an enjoyable f hour's entertainment is sure to ffutl j M! at the Btnrland tliealre. while' a Hlackton proriuciiori. is on exhibition. Opening it this Iliealre today, it will be nhov.-n for two days. Sylvia -Hrefliuer and Itobcrt Gordon. last seen here in "The Moonshine are co-a'nirerl in an entertain- TONIGHT AND TOMORROW A BLACK3ON PRODUCTION _ Sylvia Breauier.Rcbtrt Gordon and an all star Cist. SUuW fron llusx PixtoS taxs NTY, A PARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT PICTURE Founded on J. M. narrlc's Famous Play "THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON" Adapted for tlie screen by -leanie MacPherson ir OUR LIVES COUUD BEGIN AGAIN! IF TOMORROW WE COULD WAKE, AS MALE AND FEMALE ONLY, IN A WORLD WHERE WEALTH, LAWS, CON. VENTtONS, MORALS, CLASSES MEANT NOTHINGI WHO THEN WOULD RULE WHO SERVE, WHO LOVE? SEE THE ANSWER IN THIS GREAT PICTURE! A VITAL STORY OF BLUE BLOOD ANl> RED, WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST AND SCENES OF ALLURING 3EAUTY. Carrying the Unqualified Endorsement of the press Management as Be- ing the Most Gorgeous- Most Lavish Motion Picture Ever-Produced, (llslrlliullou of weed seeds. Hip world v.ilh ptiwcr, ing pholodramatization of llin novel, by Klcnpor II. rorli-r. who SYLVIA BREAMER ROBERT GORDON In an rlnboraL'j Heel 1'irlur- izalion of "Dawn." "Salome vs Shenandoah" TivO'Ileel ParanioutitrSenntJt Hcream, and EACH EVENING, SONGS BY MR. G. E. FLEMING Special Saturday Matinee: Adults...25c Children...OSc. THRILLING SCENES IN MAURICE TOURNEUR'S "THE LIFE LINE" THESE INCLUDE AN ENGLISH FOX CHASE, A THEATRE FIRE AND THE WRECKING OF A STEAMSHIP AND RESCUE OF PASSENGERS BV MEANS OF A 'LIFE LINE The Cragsnesl Hunt Swtopi Through Ihe Gypsy Encampment. Over Ihe hills and dale of Ifann- Ion. KiiRlaml, scores of l.villiantly dres.iOd lords and ladies ritlD after the hounds. Jack Hcarnc, "The Romany Rye." intirrupts Royston's ardent of Laura, the gypsy., maid, to an- nounce that he (Jack) Is the right- ful owner of Cragsr.cst and to win liis own. ALSO ILIK Uffil THE HIGH CLASS SOPRANO, lf( "Ballads of the Day" 5c Special Children's Tomorrow ;