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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1020' THE LETKBRWXJE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, March local grain uurkcts were featureless today. The rash market was dull offer- Ings of coat-to grain small. All, spreads uucbuuged from- Oats closed 1 1-i'c 6-80 low- er for .May and July, respectively; bar'ej- closett 3-Sc down for'.May and July 2 l-4e Jower; ftax eloeed 5 l-2c lower for liar, irllh July 6c down; lye closed tc.'lover (or May. Open. May 99% July Slay 'July. July May 95 102 155K 665 540 '183 Close. 93H 93V 560% 537 Prices Ihe English pound sterling were quot- ed at 319 1-4, or 1-3 cents, above yesterday's closing f'raac cheques were Quoted at'the rate ot 13.00 lor tho American dollar, up four centimes lire at JS.62, up two centimes. cables 13.05 wero up five centimes, and' German marks at 1.30 cents each, The Canad- ian dollas was quoted SS.JD cents. Demand sterling advanced to 53.80 3-4 during .too noon hour.. New Vcrk NHW YOHK, March prices: O.V.R.; 12414; U S. Steel, 103H; V. S. Sleel preferred, 112'j. lustra No.-1 feed Xo; 1 feei- Track Jvo.'S No.-i Rejected .........14414 Track IN. W. C. ......500% N'o. 2 Q.W..IS50V' No. 3 Track No. 2 O.W......................1S714 .Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG; Ijlvefitocii t.tMs morning, were 3yti cattle, SGl.liogs from J12 to good, butcher stock weighed-up Til 75 Stockcr anil feeder tradc-.rjuictl it 5tead> prices .Hldding'opcned t Ihi1? nidrning fcr.fclcct hoss, fel ind tip to 11 a.m. none hart be'cn weighed up 4t this.price; and'there Is a' pros- jiect of a further nil.viinCG before -the ot todaj s ninrkel Calgary Livestock OUl, YIU hundred arid Provincial Government Will Get Views Fjom Large Cities oh Taxes CALGARY, March presi- dent of the' Union of Alberta Municlftlillet, Miycr R. C. Mar- shall of called a meeting of mayors, of the four cities-of the province to be held In Edmonton "next week, where-they will wait 'iijjbn. the government to protest against the proposed fegfclatfon regarding the and- i of' clty FLAG ONLY ON ALBERTA SCHOOLS C.P.R. VETERANS IN PEACE RIVER 10 OTTAWA. Marcli (liy Caaaiisn tlie opening of the house this afternoon, Mr, Hobb (Chateuguay- cited a letter ho bad re- ceived from Winnipeg stating, iu re- nl io Hie domestic shipment ot oats f.iul other coarse grains, that tra cars had moved out of Fort William eince March Ho asked IIio minister ot rSlKSelol to ThO'Ilorald) EDMOXTOX, 'March he- Brlt- ish flag and (ho Union .Tack'only shall Maich (Dominion fly over Alberta schoolhouseain: tlie and be displayed, on the Vails lalhvays It the statement was correct jind it no coa'rso grains had been shipiicd out since tho date mentioned. In reply, the minister ot railways read a letter received from i'. B. Car- veil, chief commissioner ot the board of railway commissioners. In his letter 'Mr. Carrell outlined the various orders bytho board during the :last few ihontlis and the. provision mado for coarse graiu shipments. ;Tho let- ter filially stated that a further order was issued yesterday providing that 20 per cent, of all cars loaded from elevators at the of. tlio lakes should be assigned to coarse grains for domestic consumption. Sir George Foster said that the esti- mates would ue Irouslit down -Mon- day. W. H. White, Victoria, Alberta, said tlie farmers of tho Peace Hivcr l trict were having the greatest diffi- culty in shipping their grain. It important that they get it shipped lie- fore the frost IB out of tlie ground as some have to drive very long distances to tho railway. A great-many of these men were returned soldiers who were depending upon their first crop for .some money.. V Blockades Occurred Dr. Tieid 'replied that ho was already familiar with this situation. He was informed that some blockades were responsible, for the difficulties in tlie transportation. The railway serving this section was tlio-B. U. C. Up the :matter up with ihe Cai- board and the Caii- foriv (atllc 13o hogs werf on sale' within. Hon. Geo.- P. Smith, Minister ill 5 niorninf The market is asterisk- of told the legislature .on art) prices Ike jestcrda) Choice ?1S.75; ijpod butchers, Kteer5> lo 23, choice s 511.35; gooil bntthef cows ?10 common COM and cannerb ?3aO' Good real i Uog oft cw J2100, with at -Rates NLW "iORK March Porcipi Axcliange rates were substantially higher at the opening of the stock j merely that of tho Canadian mercan- maiket here-toJa} Demand bills on 'tile marine. Thursday night after, a 'heated argu- ment over the flag- question. A fea- ture of the. debate was a denunciation by George Hoadley Oko- toks, pi the display of. another flag than the British, and an explanation ot the flae situation dyjlon. J. n.iBoyls attorney-general, irhd'ehiphaslzed the fact that there is no such thing as an official Canadian flag and that ihe emblem sometimes shown .as such Is Sixth Contest Prizes of arid Will Be Given for the BestHeadings the- Headlines for Pages 2 and 3 1 Each .competitor may submit three headlnos which should contain approximately 12 to 16 words. Headings will be judged by their ability to attract interest and Induce subicrlber's to read and uie Want'Ads, y Only one prize will be given each competitor, are not permitted to use any headline that .has I previously appeared on these THE COMPETITION LETHBRIDGE- DAILY HERALD, All roplicB must bo received not later than 12 o'clock noon on 22nd. All comnelilors must he regular subscribers to, the Herald. No members of tits Herald staff or their families will be al- lowed lo compete, idlan Pacific Railway had promised to do everything possible to relievo the situation. Dr. neland wished to know whether tho Canadian representative on tho assembly of the league ot nations lis-i bees appointed, and ho was and file her, BO lied. She felt she had tho right to lie iu such a cause, though it meant disgrace and slmmi and utter oslraclzalion. In a crowd- ular author, is arousfrig unusual in- terest. a role that more perfectly fitted her than that of Evelyn Krllh, Ihe heru- Chambers his best, and series to cd courtroom she proclaimed herself (irove what he himself an abandoned woman-nho she has proved many' times'before, that had been gullly of infidelity. But sho ho is as much a Master of tha en- "The Block Secret" Is llobert W. Ine ot "Tha Black Secret." Her pec- hamlirro uliar talents for furuslhing thrills, loj- doniifcating through, sheer persouality all tho scenes.In which she appears without detracting in the least from I Sowing, thrillmg mystery story as the vaiue'orthe Vort" of her BhoelSfe Was Her I a he Is r-f the smprt ?ociety novel with dates, for doing things that right or wrong? Is H ever right to whieh his name ha? long been asso- elated. Without ones sorting to Albert produced the pic- the bizarre ov the impossible, Mr. dircct.' Chambcm has fashioned a tele of the Frank mosj mystifying and grip- ping'type. In all her long and successful se- so- ed It. Mills, Grace The cast Includes Joseph King. Violet Reed, Ueorge Deneubourg, Warren Cook and others. the first meeting of the .assem- bly, would be held. Sir George asked that the question bo deferred till Monday or Tuesday. 'Dr. Behind-then asfccd it the ernment had received any requests from Serbia tor a loan for similar to tho Greek loan. Sir George Foster replied that ho know" nothing of it- STRIKING COMBINATION "The Black by llobert Chambers, Pearl While's latest 1'alho serial, a striking combination ot the talents of tho world's most famous serial star and America's most pop- rial career under the Pathy banner. Miss White probably has never had typically Pearl White In a w.y all her own, are given the fullest play. Those who have followed her In her many Pathe serials will find that she has taken the uUtiost advantage of the possibilities of her best role. Tho Black Secret" will be shown Ktarlund on Mbailay and Tuesday of each week, commencing Canada to finish tho term ot his-pro-1 fessEoual: career and the hope that; (ho public would make it possible for] him, in conjunction with Trans-Can-5 ada Thcalre's. Ltd., lo present to them Ihe many wholesome, beautiful and 1 attractive plays, entirely devoid of! anything either suggestive or often-j. give or immoral, which were available for presentation upon the stage to- day. !Mr. Tower's remarks were enthus- iastically a large aud- ience reitrespnlatlvo of the leaders of bought in .the Canada metropolis. .J.IDA M. TARBELL j MAJESTIC THEATRE Saturday, March 2oth ETERAN: ORG'AN IZAT1ONS MAY ALL COMBINE WINNIPEG, March a large-" attended meeting last nigbt in the ireat' War VetferaDs' headquarters, !tejformation of une large .organiza- ipn'iin of all t returned oidlefj b6dles; vras'; advocated. At a uture 'will be -jo COUNTRY STORE "VODVIL NITE' AT COLONIAL TONIGHT to 'God's VVith Nell Shipman, Novel Cast Suppo'rtlng Principals i An. uiiknowm cieniont in dramatic screen production, the introduction ot ariimtil comedy to relieve tension.-has Men successfully practiced in "Back to 'by James Oliver adapted from his famous magazine story, "Wapi, tho which will be seen" at .thu Kmprcss Theatre, commencing Monday. Nell Shlpmah, popular' American screen favorites as Dolores, Wheeler Dayman, Wellington Playter and rles Ar'.lne, in oilier roles In the cast, portray their parts with the aid and support of nearly two ani- mals, consisting of hc-ars, wolves, lynx, -fox, deer, mountain lions, rac- coons, porcupines, and other forest beasts, trained to perfection by fauert- animal. trainers. 'no picture production released has a more unusual ar- ray of animal talent. Cost of tiio.ani- although great, was .minor in comparigcn to the cost in time, aric! indueo tticm an affection or hatred toward tho var- ious _cast-merabors with whom thcyi were'to work. drllics have placed a high approval on "Back to God's and the loca1. management promises it will ho of the most plcastng attractions to be seen ot that llicatro In several months. "There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight" when tiiu curtain rises on tonight's big Country Store Votlvit i Nite Fnn Festival at the popular Co-' lonial theatre. .These events at the Colonial never fail to draw n packed I house, for they are recognized as he-j ing events well -worth attending. A great line-up prizes Trill be handed j out tonight, the first prize being the bandsomc solid, oak magazine stand and bookcase, .valued nl and] tho second prize the set of silverware consisting ol the silver serving set. A hundred other useful gifts will be given away, ranging as usual from] tho welcome bags, oi flour, sugar, rolled oats, etc., to the groceries, crock- ery, boxes tit chocolates, clothing, etc. Tonight's big p.hptoplay program will te topped by. Harry Carey, the icreen's most popular "Westerner" in ils latGsUdratnati.c.1 trluitiph, Gun Fightin' 6t< Carey's greatest pictures. In addition to Carr ex's big picture, the latest episode of "The Midnight aud a big spe- cial two-part comedy scream, "The will also hc'shown. ln- icnding'patrous are urged to attend as early as possible as the seating capac- ity ot the theatre is limited. Last week hundreds were unable to obtain scats, and with toniahl'g special Coun- try, Store festival added to the gen- eral excellence ot tho program to be offered it is expected that every seat will be .sold by'S o'clock. DOLORES CASSINELL1 HAS EMOT- IONAL ROLE IN "RIGHT TO LIE" "The Hight to Lie" Stan-Ing lores ture aijd a plot so full of tense situ; tions, KO crammed with interest am TONIGHT AND T9MORROW SPECIAL Dolores Gasslnelli "The Camto Girl" In "The Right To Lie" An Albert Cappelani Production Deep with feeling and tojintd- with pathos, this drama, is trammed full ot thought, punch- high interest and genuine .entertainment. See it! You'll tell your friends how much you enjoyed It, but tirst asl; them this question: "Had She the Right to As this is a. seven reel.feature there will bo only two shows each nisht. The second show will, begin at 0.30 each ovening. "THE GOOD SHIP ROCK AND RYE" Monkey- Coiacdy, "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Adults 3Sc Children lOc. Saturday-Matinee, Child- ren S cents "Remaking the World" HEAR AMERICA'S GREAT WOMAN FIRST TOUR AFTEH ATTENDING THE PEACE CONFERENCE. L Admission or Lyceum Tickets I J COLONIAL Today Sat. Great Week End Show. TYRONE POWER ON SUGGESTIVE PLAYS H is a matter of liojunioii knowledge in theatrical circles Hint life eminent Knglish nctor, Mr. Tyrone -Power, who 'will shorlly bo seen .here in Charles llann Kennedy's grent sym- bolic ilratnn, "The servant In tho House." and in the famous play of religious tolerance, "The bUUo Broth- !jy Milton Ooldaniith and Benedict James, has throughout his profes- sional career been a vehement oppon- ent of the suggestive play which is so much inivoguo at the ureaent lime play of bedrooms and boudoirs, of bathrooms and the privacy' ot mar- ried lifo. nnnpondlng on. crenlbR his fiivt In 'u revival of "The Scrvnnl in the at His Jla- Jcaty's Tlieajro, -Jlontreal, lo an In-j slstent demand for a sjieoch at tho' conclusion of the performance, Mr. Power made reference to this regret- table tendency of the modern drama, and expressed his firm, conviction that the fault lay in Ihe main with tho public, who could kill this pernici- ous Influenco It they really desired lo do BO. At Iho siimo time Mr. 1'owcr ex- 'pressed ot rcimifirlng'.f'i COMMENCING MON. Len S. Brown Lessee and Manager PEARLWHITE Theatre today and tomorrow is a pic- axes lhat-lhroushout Us entire length there is not a moment when ,lta grip Htnfl otthe 1i It Is the story of wliosc slain the cur who ottempleu to de Tracks of Wapi Country Store Vodvil Nite This PEARL WHITE'S LAST AND GREATEST SERIAL The' wonderful iflm to be shown Adapted from llobart W.- Chambern' Novel Empress Monday "IN SECRET" You will enjoy this serial. Be ture to the first episode. While li under contract not to make a serial for any producer except Pathe, this will be her LAST serial. 1st Handsome Solid Oah Magazine Stnnd nnd nook- case; 2nd Sil- ver Serving Set; and a hundred other useful glfls. Attractions Kpisodo of "THE fllDNIGHT MAN" "THE JAILBREAKERS" A Great Two IMrt Comedy Riot Colonial. Concert Orchestra Playing REAL Mulic Adults...35o Children... 10c Big Special Matinee Saturday for the Kiddles........... 5c Ws You la AlUm! Possible in Orifsr That May Secure Good FMPRESQ-Paulioe Fro TODAY AND L M -TOMORROW An.d 2-Rcel Sunthine Comctly Christie Comedy and Outing Chester, the latest song hits, 'THE WQfVIAN ON THE BAKER WHYTE.Ill ;