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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920 fim LF-TiiiuunGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Cnta CHICAGO, Match ivhcal closed: No. 4 hard 2.13; No. 4 northern siring 2.35. 3 tnlied 1.55; .N'o. 3 ygllow l to 1.51. 3 while S5H; No. 4 while. 93 to 3, 1.60. 1.58. York Money 'XKW YORK. -March japer unchanged. Demand sterling 3.11; cables :i.72 Franks, dc-Jcend 13.371 cables 13.35. Marks, demand 1.34; cables 1.35. Government bonds and railroads ir- regular. Time'loam, strong, unchang- ed-. Winnipeg Opening WINNIPEG.' March 16. Opening H'.'oO a.m.: May oats 9SU; July 33 FILES OF SNOW IN REGINA KEB1' STREET IN BARNS TODAY HEGINA. March army cJ men are working Leie today In an effort to clear tlia streets of groat drifts of -snow 'piled up during tho that raged in the city yosler- duy. -Jew.Blreet cars were.iuovidg downtown at uoon. but tho outskirts o! the city Bro'iipn- isolated. vveaili or Is cold acd clear. Officials, hope to liave a normal street car service Wed- nesday. JAPAN PLANS TO OPEN TRADE WITH RUSSIA TOKIO, March Is iimJcrst that the advisory council has rocow mended delay in replying to tho Kus siau Soviet Eovernment's overture for peace, but gave approval to the ulna for of trade with tho Ilus flan co-opcratlvc societies and for the evacuation of Siberia'. NEW SEATTLE MAYOR INSTALLED SEATTLE, Wash., March il; Caldwell, '.'orraer avniy be en mo mayor of yea I tie today. tferemoay of any Kind was-held (..'alrlwell took over the office Irom C IJ.-FiUgerald, retiring mayor. Check Uflly Dandruff! Coming Out and IU Beauty. Slop Double Hai A little "Danderino" und' hiakcs the feverish, Itchj- ten soft mid pliable; then this aliinulatin tonic jianotrates to the fatuished.ha roots, :ioviltOiiing ami Invlgoratln cvciy hair in-thc-hcftd, thus.stoppin (tie-'tiulr falling'out, or BOttine thl dry .or' fatting. After n. few applications of "Oa ilerUie'' you seldom find a.fallen Iia or a'' jmreicle of ilandrnff, bcsiil hnir shows new life, .vigo brightness; mflrii color nnd thicknois.. A'fcw ccufs.'buya a botllo of ilellEht- ful''fDandcrine'' at any druj or toilet COPBNHAGKN, March Among ,6 killed in the Hamburg fighting was Berchtolti, commanding the altic, troops. The Hamburg .adricea report eelguatlon last night of Baron von 'anjenheln, the senior garrison of- cer there, Herr Lamplav. a suppor- r of Ihe Ebert government, succe'ed- I him. WarVmin't Republic LOXBON'. March workmen re reported 16 Have proclaimed a ouncil republic at 'Kssen and in dsltrlct. The civil and military, authorities at asscl and Oldenburg are said to be upporllng ihe Bbert government, -Ten Killed March 10 fighting at StsglHi hetweeii troops nd crywds-ten. persons jrere killed ud many wounded, eayfi 'Iho Berlin orr'espondont of iho Telegraaf. Several persons ard reported to ive been killed or wounded at j To RecTgh received here. Kleld Marshal Ton Hlndenburg has written to Dr. Kapp advising him to withdraw.' ,A Failure BERLIN'. March Associat- ed Press, by telephone to The removal ot the Kbert government from Dresden to Stutlugart and the calling ot tho national assembly to meet at Stuttgart Instead of Dresden, were said hero today to have been March ASBO'C- ated resignation ot Dr. Capp, chancellor ot the'hew govern- ment iu Is' considered immin- iit. it was declared todar In reports ALLIED. DIPLOMATS IN BERLIN FORAGE FOR FOOD, M'ATER '.BERLIN. Jiirca world cauH-al .probcbly. ever, befuro ex- perienced such complete paraly- sis o! living and commer- cial facilities as Berliu'did today. The Hotel Adloii mads heroic ef- forts to'Provide food lor- the American, .British .and French missions and nawepauer corres- pondents, but it gave lip.the fit 10 o'clock.this the last .ofjthe kitchen.- force, walked oat, leaving foreigners to shift for themselves.. H was a common spectacle to see frock-coated diplomats re- lurnliig to the hotel from forag- ing expeditions carrying brown paper parcels, .foodstuffs, oil stoves and other necessities -Guests of -Ihe hotel, warned' that the ivator .would, be shut oft st noon, filled the bxth'-liiba rind" vcash stands but defective, stoppers gradiially.let out the precious fluid and tho gueets thereafter had lo rely on nines ,and tahlo water. Men usually .ehavctj hx liarhers are in ah apologetic mood tonfeht and if tho strike .coniin- ues the male population will so'on ho 'boarded. The cily this afternoon had iho appearance ot another Sunday holiday, sauntering crowds filling Unter den ..Lipden. .At intervals troops ivlth bands and accnmpart- artillery and machiao guns paraded. Dresden to rally around President I Ebert anil Minister ot Defcuse N'oake.' Issue Equipment Jtarch Assoc- iated American army of occupation, numbering IS.O.OO rnen; is being issued full Held cqnipntenl un- der orders issued uefove the Gorman revolution. There have' been no movements to reinforce any positions or any military activities except those Concerned vi'Ilh policing the occupied trerllory. No Negotiations PAWS, .March re- ceived over the telephone from Stutt- gart today by Germans hi Parts con llrms reporU from Stuttgart lust President Bhert will not negotiate with Chancellor Kapp. Calls Elections COI.DUNB, March field marshal has advised President Bbert to liold elections. The loiter ot von Hindenburg is declared to be having a market! effect. Dr. Kapp a Tool PARIS, March to the Krencli it is appear as Kapp ami his ac- tive supporlers were- put forward as what might uo called "storm troops" to try the ground and see whftt coulu be done, while the real leaders of the reactiouarj' idea remained iu the background awaiting developments. terpret the A fine sense- ot vaudeville's requirements, and, inci- dentally brighten (lie act up wllh some exclusive songs. Senator Walt. Hawley. neit on the bill, presented an original monologue- which was briuitul. of humor and wit- ty moments.. JlO U a likable chap with a pleasiug iterfionallty and makes himself right at home wllh his audi- ence, who last night thoroughly en- Joyed his offering. Tho big hit ou Ihe, show trent lo the Two Astle, wao'ih their uou9uali.v clever acrobatic act wefe accorded a toot round oJ applause. They go through'a rouliao of new and novel feaU cMtim for plenty of neri'e and desterit.v, aitd Inject plenty of pep into their act. The usual run pi first class pic- tures, round out the elibw. llessie Barrlscalo.is seeu in htr latest dra- manllc tale of the Orient and modt-rn lavish settings and a real big production make this a splendid feature. Tho latest Palhe Review aia a rood comedy balance tho picluro end ot the show, with the Colonial orche.slra un- der Cbarllo Beresford's able direclion supplying BOUIO fino orcheslral music., Tlie tame show will bo offered for the last limes