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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta lv L-U UAiLSf HKHALU PACili PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS I day in conformity with the chiase of hours In the New ydrk slock narkel under the daylight law. ......March de maud for cash oats today was confined to lhe off grides and lower grades, witlv business very light, premiums remaining unchanged. Cash barley iu fair demand for No. -1 C.W., ihn premium advancing Ic, being uow lie uve.- tho-'May. All olher grades un- changed. Tho market for cash flax irua tlie demand tor rye ftta good wltb light offorlngs. tha future market a general weakness developed, Ilai making heavy slumps. Oats closed 2Ke lower for May, July down; barley closed SVfec lower for May, with July Scdown; flai clos- eil 32c lower for May, July 33u lower; ryo closed OATS May...... July May July July May down for Quotations Oueu. 'Close, S9H STli 156C 151 535 508 484 WHAT COULD BE SWEETER? ans and wile) aulmals will bo seen In I presents her as an American girl. Her] [he street, ho screamingly tunny (wo part .com-; great Jama hitherto has been derived I alout a be 1S1 Prices No. 2 C.W... 99% No. 3 C.W... 95 No. 1 Feed.. 94 No. 2 Feed.. 93 Track BAB r No. 3 C.W...163 No. i C.W.. .142 Track.....149 No. 1.N.W.C7..................'595 No. 2 No: 3 C.W.'. .438 Track .-.'......j................5M No. 2 C.W. Calgary Livestock .March Livestock hundred and ninety-three' cattle, 203 hogs, and 112 horses., were unloaded at the stock- yards today., The market was fairly lively, and good stuif brought good figures. Thirteen prime steers aver- aging pounds made f K.oO, the balance f 11.75 to with common stuff as low as fS.OO; choice cows1, to J12.00; good butchers, U.S. Reclamation Service Shows Providence, Not Hatfield, Supplied Rain Tho Noble Foundation, Limited, has been conducting an investigation into the rain making proclivities of Charles M. Jae. B. Rose, secretary of the Lelhorldgc Board of Trade, has also' started an investiga- tion, In view cf certain claims pub- lished concerning the powers ol Mr. HUdeld. Thta morning Mr. .Rose received letters from E. C. Cranstoun, secre the Noble Founda- tions which' gave opinions expressed by W. -C- Barlo, consulting engineer of the official weather bur- eau of tho United States. Following is one letter: "Your let-j ter of February 23rd, 1S20, addressed to Ihe mayor'of tho city of San Diego, -New York World dy "Wild Lions and Weak mo of the funniest comedies over pro- ceed. Big Jiia Corbetl will alio be een In the latest episode of the sen- atlona! serial "The Midnight ntendlng patrons are urged to attend as early as possible on Friday night, as last Friday hundreds were unabla o gain admission. 'FALSE CODE" ROBS. INNOCENT MAM OF GOOD NAME It was a diabolical scheme tho con- spirators plotted to rob an Innocent nan, first of bis good name! am of his puree. The shock and si and shanio ,of '.it all killed his wife, and when he had .served bis twelve nd then uttering from portrayals of Latin and sees a crowd gathered about a boy and a tiny, ragged girl, other i She learns that he and the iriiiM ire years In jail, the only thing In his beneath her rough and slangy oxter life was his beautiful daughter ami European and Asiatic types; but as a I starved and that he has foun-J a pursa real American girl, tho proJuct of a full of money, which proved, when ho crowded city, she revealed anew hor irled to buy some food, to he counter- extraordinary ability as a feminine virtuoso of tho emotions. The story relates tho experience of "the a'nameless girl who loses her Job in the chorus and who, east forth into a pitiless world, is first In- sulted by a masher and then haled to the night court on a trumped up charge. There an author In search of "local color" and especially for a heroine fur his forthcoming novel, res- cues her and takes her to his aristo- cratic home. Their friendship ripens into love and "the brat" shows pretty soon that an overwhelming desire to make his' enemies pay. Frank Kcenan, Johrj Iho Innocent stepped Into a cleverly conceived trap, has another one of hi3 powerful character roles In "The False the Pathe picture at Starland for tho balance of toe week. "The Code" IB n thrilling mel- odrama. Tile opening sub-title starts the picture off'with, a smash that' never letn up.r It moves so swiftly that one losejs all thought of the pass- age of time, 'A delicate little romance adds its bit 'at sweetening and thrills galore. i The Is an' excellent one with Joseph J.'Dojrlirig, Clyde Benson, Ed- ward J. Brady jmd Myles McCarthy for she Is woman with tenderness anil warm sympathy. Sho saves tho au Ihor's no'er-do-woll brother.from the consequences of his follies and in the end brings the novelist to a realiza- tion that ho loves her mid cannot live without her. "Tho Drat" will be shown tonight for tho last lime. HAROLD LLOYD'S HUNGRY IN "FROM HAND TO MOUTH' foil. Sho paid, lor tho food and then rode away. The conspirators tell the girl that, unless :i certain paper is signed by 12 o'clock she will nave forfeited her fortune. They plan 10 kidnap her and hold her until after the fatal hour. To do the kidnapping, they hire the boy, but after he gets in the house ho finds Ilie array of food in [he ice box too tempting and satisfies his jipuetite. The girl surprises him, and both are fcurprisei lo find they've met before. The thugs decide to take things in- to their own bunds and kidnap tho girl. The boy locales their haunt and then goes after the police. He in- sults the whole police department and they chase him. Arrived at the. thieves' den. free-for-all fight takes place and the thieves are rounded up. he girl signs the paper and later, at lunch counter, both perform a from- and-to-moutb operation with a lltOo ve-maklng for dessert. Now playing t Starland. IU Vi IIIU VllJ VL .1..... V. ...j ...j relative to ratnmaking proclivities of in the present convention, Alberta, lure lias ever been sscn in Latlibndge. !n lhe conspirators, Jean Charles M. HalSeld and his aa-OTtlor, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Oniarlg, that In 1816 ho caused the -Morcna but It Is expected tbat at the-annual reservoir to bucome filled with water gathering seven irovinces will send as the result of-his efforts, has been delegates. An application for pftllla- reterred to me for reply! i tion by New Brunswick was approved "Perhaps It will be well to give you of today, and It is undero'ood that findings of the United States Depart- Quebec and British Columbia will soon menl of Agriculture Weather Bur- Join the council. More a.develop' eau as same have been' printed by it ment of unity wltliln the Dominion In its of.cial publications. was considered Don't miss lonight, It's your last op- portunity. 'COUNTRY STORE'AND NOVELTY NIGHT AT COLONIAL FRIDAY During the montk of January, 1316, afternoon; steps the entire state of California was vis- an international conference m lied by three storms on January 1-3. near future between representatives 13-19 and 26-25. These'storms all of tho organized farmers of L-auaua originated It the vicinity of'the Ha- and theUnited States. The object Of [an Islands and moved eastward the proposed conference so. bring atauL sliu bettcr ihau the'that which now exists between the lanuary, 191C, Issue of States Department of Friday night this week at the Colon- jiil theatre is going to be a big night judging by the program which is lln- going Store Vqdvil Nile and Novelty Nile on the by Hie council Ihis i bd up. Jiaiiager Len Brown is were taken looking to lo present a combined Country covered tho entire state. "Following are eiccrpts from to JiO.OO; common cows, lo Bomo sood alockers, lo Hogs made for selects, ofi cars. Winnipeg Livestock Livestock Receipts: 676 cattle. 570 and 39 sheep. opening-of the1" market tbis looming was slow and draggy and most classes and grades of catllo show a reduction of cents to 50 cents over yesterday's close. The hog market was again unsettled, and up to 11 o'clock Ibis morning, no definite price had been but Quotations arc likely to decline from yesterday's advance. Affecti Stock Market CHICAGO, March tho Chicago stock exchange will be ad vanced ou's hour beginning next 3" Weather Bureau climatological data publication: 'The average precipitation for the state was 15.61 inches, or 10.20 in- ches above normal. In San Francisco the rainfall was the heaviest received during any month In the past half century. "'At Squirrel Inn In" Santa'Barbara county, the 24-hour precipitation of January 16-17 -was 16.8i- Inches, one of the heaviest for that Interval of time over recorded in the United States and a new record for the stale of California. 'Before the southern part of tho the United two great countries. Agriculture Calhoun as the daughter, and Pell Trenton as her sweetheart. 'THE BRAT'MS ANOTHER NAZIMOVA SENSATION Crowded House at the Colonial The- atre Delighted by Star's Work in New-Production 'The N'azimovn's latest pro- i ductlon, -WKS'shown yesterday at (he same'evening. This means that more rjoiolljai i theatre -to a' crowded house novelties llian heretofore seen at the that Bavo evel.v manifestation of dc Colonial will all be offered in one I ngnt and approval to the Russian art b'uncri. The first prize will be a splen- work was added to the did set of silverware, and Ihc second I star's .performance by lhe fact prize 'a beautiful hand painted fruit ,nat herself, in collaboration wlih "From Htnd to Harold Lloyd's newest two-reel, comedy, Is a storv based upon an-idea of tho come- dian himself. It concerns a beautiful nelress. A gang of thieves is desir- ous of annexing her. fortune. They bribe the girl's attorney to join them and a scheme la formulated for rob- bing the girl. On day the gill, while riding along serving set. Oodles 'of olher prizes i be given away, including bags of flour, boxes of apples, groceries ga- lore, and other articles. E very fine photoplay bill will be p'rcscnted nn Friday night. Topping the bill will be 9 double headline event. ,0ra Carcw will be seen In the dramatic piodtuction "Under and the c'cntury Corned- Overcoming Obstacles One of tho most remarkable achieve- ments in motion pictures, 1 bslieve, FRUIT SALT Famout for Forty Settiet the Stomach Stimulates the Liner Strengthens Digestion Purifier the Blood inonth, a third sevare storing arrived on January 26. This storm, which persisted until the 2Slh, wa; ono of the most disaBtrous ever experienced In California. Like the second storm tho rainfall, while general, was heav- iest In the central and southern por- tions of the state. Thelsoll, already saturated by unprecedent- ed Valns, was unable .to absorb more moisture and' widespread'floods lowed.1 "During these floods every reservoir Bryaat; adapted Maude Ful- ton's successful stage play to the screen. It.was'scenariolzed by June Mathls. "The Brat" Is'the first of Nazlmov.Vs screen or stage Impersonations that state had fully recovered from the ef-1 was accomplished when wo built a feets of the second.'atorra of the' ship ono hundred and eighty feet long, 1n (he ice of, Ussor Slave Lake. -This played the part of the frozen-in- whal- er, Flying Moon. The masts and heavy timbers were hewn out of the forest, but all lumber and other material had to bo brought by dog sledge [rom the line of rail, miles away. The Leading Man Dies We burned night and day fires to keep out the intense cold. 1 pfssctl up and down coiislantly among tlie iiclors, watching their facer, and warn- ing them at the- iirot sign of frozen Oiico Iho livor fnila to filter the pols bllo from the blood, thsre Is a up and poisoning of tho whole s which troubles to arise. Thweforc, upon the tivcr, mora In this section of the state was filled to capacity and overflowed and sev- eral were unable to withstand the un- precedented discharge of water and the dams failed and great damage was done. "Tho city of San Diego lost its lower Otay dam in this manner and as a result several actions for dam-, ages against the city followed- I have ncar'y made a very cnraful Investigation and tur0' analysis of all rainfall and runoff re-, cord's in this section of the stole and! all other cllniatolofrlcal data avail- able. "In general I might state that the rainfall in this section of the state wan 'from five to twenty times above normal and from two to slit times greater than the maximum rainfall theretofore recorded. The flood ntigcs attained In tho.storms were greater In intensity and volume of flow by from two to six times than al any other flood stage In -the memory of man In tbis section. "Prior ta the second slorni Mr. Hat- field erected come structures near the city's Morena reservoir, and as to what other activities he Indulged in am unaware. However, considering hat the Morena watershed has area of but 119 square miles and liiat ho which filled the Morenft reservoir and all olher reservoirs In hat stale, were ge'noral throughout ind covered an area in excess of 000 Rfiuure mlloa. and were unprece- dented both in volume and In duration of time, you can very readily draw y.iur owr. conclusions as to whether or not Mr. Hatfield was In any man Tier in causing Iho rains cars or noses. In spite of .tills, scarce- ly a member of the company got away without a frozen ear, nose or clieelc. One member suffered a frozen foot. Despite tho fact that cast members were begged to take proper precau- tions and minute care of themselves, Ronald Byron, the leading man, died soon after bis arrival. The tragedy in 'giving up the vsn- Orit and determination on the part of the cast saved tho day. It's safe to say that no finer 'pic- THAT COLD IS DANGEROUS Don't wait Till you arc Sorry.' When you feel of sorts, shlverj-, lieadacliy, don't wail till you ore laid Up in bed lake action to remedy ihess tilings. Chilly, achy Feelings are Nature's wamings. Get soihctiiing to clear'out yont system, :cool tlie blood, exterminate the gernia. There is nothing so quiclc and reliable as Dominion C. B. ;stands for Cascara Bromide Quinine Tablets. -Dominion C, II. Q. reHevea cold in ft lafccs the headache you feel fit. _'_. Get a hor of Dominion C. B. Q. to-day.' Keep it on hand. You never when you might need it. At all Druggists, in the Red Box. Hade by 111 at well- knowu nnd rtlisJiIe firm The Naliontl Drug Chemical Co. of Can Limited1, STARLAND Saturday S PECI AL FRANK KEENAN "The FalseCode" TONIGHT (THURSDAY) FRIDAY NIGHT Big Fun .Festival' COMBINED Country Store Vodvil Nile aad Novelty Night 1st Splendid Silver-ware Set, 2nd Beautiful Hand Painted Fruit and Berry Set; and One Hundred Other Useful Gifts. Special Note Pleaso come as early, as possible. Hundreds .were unable to obtain seals last Friday. The Country Slcre will commence sharp al S.30 this Itiati riuy Olher ors nendi! the general i of the body, fa- and nejlect, and otten- times wilful rtlsreeer'l of nature's lawa will put the syjiein out of sortB. The U07.-CU bacorae constipated, Hie liver inactive and the ctoniocli upset. T( bring the system back to i's uorma n'.atf, you should toko Milbum'3 Lasa Plili. They liven tip the liver got ilia bowfcls.baek to. their proper condlllon and tone up the stomach. Mrs. 0. L, Bnchant. Alia have used I.3x Pills and hsvc found them saof for both stomach and llror troubles I have told others about your valualjl rnciliclne they thc.n ritli good results. "They ore also good for headache.' Jlllburn'3 Pills are 2u vlnl at all dealers or mailed direct that filled Moronn ressrvolr. "Trusting thin will answer your query, I am, W: 0. Earlc, cousulllng engineer." ORGANIZED FARMERS HAVE BYES POINTED TOWARD OTTAW, TORONTO, Mnrch Cann dlan council of agriculture, wblc openod 11s annual mecllng In the I'rlncs George hotel here yesterday, haa an on Ottawa, Tlie coming Do- minion general elections were discuss- ed ul fftmo length and it was made clear that the organized farmers throughout the Dominion would endea- vor to repent (n tho federal area (he triumph won last October iu Ontario en receipt 6f pvlce by The T. Mllburn by the United Farmers. limited, Toronlo, Only four provinces are represented SIR OLIVER LODGE Famous British scientist and one nf (ho world's fbrJiiiost believers in spir- itualism, who Is visiting Camtdn. GREAT DOUBLE PHOTOPLAY BILL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Tbe'Greatest Show in tlic City. JIGoflrv Supreme Photoplays TONIGHT LAST TIME The Story of 3 Man Who Vlas Wronged By His Associates. Sore the Drunt of Their Crime, and Then Took the Law Into His Own Hands. "Back to God's Country" A: Fiicirwwng TwilU in die as ihrre were Fw.rli in ihi NccUice If you mils this one, you miss the best yet. Noth- ing finer. COME EARLY IF YOU WANT A SEAT. DONT WAIT UNTIL SATUR- DAY NIGHT. FRIDAY AND SAT. BRYANT WASH BURN and FATTY ARBUCKLE And Many Other Good Attractions, EXTRA SPECIAL TWO COMEDY FEATURE "Weak Hearts and Wild Lions" A Positive Riot of Krreams. Yells