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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEBNESDAT, MARCH 17, 1W0 tHE LETHBR1TX5E DAILY HERATJJ PAGE FIVE I PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS IN.I.MB POLICE WATCH FREE FIGHT WITH STRIKERS AND FAIL TO ACT Chlciflo GrtJn CHICAGO, March Closing Wheat nomlxial. j 3 mlied, 159; No. 3, ICO to 161. .1 2 1-2 to 87; No. f: 91 1-4 to 96 1-2. ff 2, 175 to 176. Jl to 181. M Livestock fei- 'CALGARY, March jts Livestock hundred, cat. tlo ind 125-hogs were unloaded at the Etock yaris today. Choice butcher __ (ipAteere nude to 513. Choice ameiidment shquld be passed ii.S cher coW, UO to good butcher jtnis Bessi0n of the house requiring that ?S to f9; butcher hulls, 50 loiju future only wide bunk sleighs MtS; Btocker steers. mired. stockers! D0 aiio-wcdvto be sold in Alberta was to choice light veal, aubject ot a long discussion before ;to JIZ; heaty. veal, 1 the agricultural committee of tho leg- No wero sold at noon, pack-1 jglaturtt Wednesday morning. 5 ers bidding for selects, off j While there were some differences GiZlLl Claims Proposed Amendment Would Ruin Shwp Industry In Southern Alberta i (Special to The Herald) KDMONTOtf, M'arch NEW VOHK, March coastwlso longshoremen today attack, ed twenty-live negro strikebreakers and after knocking down two ol them dispersed tha remainder. Two police- men witnessed tho uttack, hut no ar reals ma do. Tbe embargo against coastwise freight shipments was extended to- day lo ships of tho New England Steamship Company. Merchants.were notified they would LIMA, Peru, March of the Peruvian government have receiv- ed no direct advices ffotn Bolivia since Jlonday afternoon relative to disor- ders at La Paz, where the Peruvian legation was attacked Sunday night. General Ismael 'Moncz, former prcs- tident'ot apparently lu com-. HOOVER REFUSES TO STAND FOIt NOMINATION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE j NOVELTY NIGHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT CONCORD, JT. II., March be- Iat.e4 telegram from Herbert Hoover, saying that he was no't a candidate and coul'i not approve 01 the use of his name in the presidential primar- ies In this state, was received today by Robert C. Murchil, Democratic na- tional committeemsn. Tonight at the Colonial Theatre will be llio first of ttie new "Novelty Nights" and Manager Len firown- tays its going to bo a corker too. Oodles oi new novelties will bo In- selves, out, to the satisfaction of all concerned. "Upstairs and Down" is a plcturli- atlon ot the famous stage success ot Ihe same name by Kreuerle and Fanny Hatlon. With .its splendid dlrectleu br Charles Olblyn and cseellent cast including Robert Ellis, Mary Char- paj has bo UeW accountable for storaG char- ges unless they move from the u Bollvlall rcscrve troops. vcs consigned to them. Sympatb> of steanlEnl ,ho Titlcaca teamsters with striking longslioroiiiw d had prevented removal of this freight, It .was said. cars. Corn Prices CHICAGO, March Reports of :g- bubonic plague in Argentina brought of opinion expressed tho general re- marks seemed to indicate a majority in favor of the wider guace for sleighs. Aloi..Moore, U. P. A. member about higher, prices here today for from Cochrano, put up a strong argu- '.corn, but selling to realize profits led j went in favor of the wider sletgbs. soon to a setback. Opening prices, rrho coinmittco took no action merely which varied from unchanged figures Shearing delegations on the subject to lo higher; with May !56. to -Sheep Trailing imU July 14S 1-2 to 143. wfre followed by declines all around to below yes- terjay's finish. After opening 1-Sc lo l-2c higher, In- Tho committee also lieard argument from N. T. Mcl-eod, of Irflh- bridge. secretary-treasurer of the Southern-Alberta Wool Growers' Au- c'udliiK Julv 78 5-S to 7-S, oats scored isoclation, against-a proposed amend- B cxteniiinR the limitation lor tie grailUK bt sheep to unor additional upturn but then lost all the advance and more. Henry Itieliardson, sou of the late Senator M. W. Hicbardspn, .has pur- cliascil Brock Street Methodist Clinroh Kingston, Ont., and Tvlll head n company which will usb It as a garage. I" ;anlzed At .tha last session, hpuM passed an amend menl, Introduced by Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of "Agriculture, re luiring a man to own at least a Quart lection ot land tor .every BOO head ot sheep or 106 ot cattlp run ning'at in nn organized niuntci pallty. The minister has brought in this extend Ing tho game "limitation to ized municipalities. MT. McLeod-urged that this would .work unlimited hard ship to owners oE'large flocks, an would tirtually yilin ;tho wnol ine .industry'of the South.- No was'taken: liy'Uhe, conuiiiHee whlc me rely. hoard tt e; a rgurnenls. A lew tablets of 'Pipe's TJiapepsin' relict almost as soon ao .Hies fsailtThd Etomacli. "1'apo's Dlapepsin" hy nentraliziug tlie ;'acldlty_ of- the stomach, iiiflantl; relieves.ihc food souring and termcn lation causes" the" iniseo'-rhak lus gases, heartburn, .flatulence, full-j 'vt pain in stpmach and Intcc- j trnes.' "Papa's Dlapepsin" helps regulate! disordered olomacii so favorite tomlsl ran lie eaten .without causing distress. Costs co little at drug 1 Application. Made for Speedy i Sentence on Seven Men Convicted'of Murder may scizc lUo steamers. BRIQUETTING PLANT OPERATIONS TO START IN SASKATCHEWAN SOON S'ask., 'Starch ing developments are locked for Ibis vear in connection with the operations of the Ugnite Utilization Board Canada. The object ot tho board is to develop the Saskatchewan lignite fields anu'give.the people.of the west cheaper and better