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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 1920 THE..'LEl'HDBIDGB. DAILY HBRALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WINNIPEG, March 'in both cash ami future markets was dull- and featureless today. In the cash market oats spreads woro Ic lower on lop grades and lower.on Ip.w. grades. U'irley and flai spreads were unchingol. Oats closed higher for .May. July 5jc higher; bavlny closed higher for -May. July, 2c up; flax closed llftc. higher for'May, with July I'c heller; rye i-loaert Vic lower for May. -May May Hish Close 97 V 92 Ha 144 os a 141} Track 2 C. W N. Y. Slocks XEW YORK, March Closing prices: C. R. 125; U. S. Steel 105H; U. S. Steel preferred il3. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, March (Dominion Livestock hundred and 'twenty-eight cattle and hogs were unloaded at .the' .-stockyards today. There was some prime grain-fed led: which brought good figures. IVIniej steers 13 anil 14.25; one specially! heavy sleer making 14.50s. The bai-1 anco of good hutcher 'steers 10 and. 11.50; common ..steers 8 and choice cows il.yO and 12.50; goad1 hutcher con's '10 and couimpui cows 6.50 up: Some choice holfers! bulls 10.TO. and 12.25; gjod burlier bulls 7 .and 7.60; good Teal calves 3 and 11; common calves G.75 and 7.50. Hogs, selects, off cars, 21.50.' Kles-- May. C09 5l9ji July............ 492 453 (tye- ;3liiy '150 ISSji pash Prices 2-.C. W...-.'.. 5914 13 C. 95'i Teed 9Jy, 2 Feed ___ U3H 'Track: fX C. W.' AWs 4 C. W. ....UtK Track........; i :3; X. W. C -2 C. ....509% It (T. W.....443V, CARPENTIER DELIGHTS NEW YORK AUDIENCE XBWr March- Cleorges gave liis fr first cihibillgn.iB America at the dinner of tho Irilerna'.idnal Sporting Club early''today ff lie boxed tv.-o exhibition rouuds stomach- ache and inability to retain food are in probably nine cases outo? fen, sim- ply evidence that excessive secretion ot acid is taking placo in the stom- ach, causing the formation of gas ami acid Oaa distends Iho slomac.h nnd cans' west." All aro agreed hov.-- j ea that full, oppressive, burning feel- over., (hut Iho frost must he coming Ing sometimes known as heartburn. EMPRESS-Today Tomorrow Prices 10o >nd 39c YOUR FAVORITE OLIVE BAKER WHYTE wifl ling "The Little Gray Home in the West." XDDED ATTRACTION Something New in Comedy Too Good To A Rollicking Trulx New. SPECIAL CHlLDRlN'S MATINEE TOMORROW KIDDIES DON'T FORGET THE BEST COMEDY IN TOWN Ma's Being Out At Limchtime Don't Bother Me1 We- ahvays' hcive a supply of POST TOASTIES i while Ihe acid irritates and i Ihe incoming of spring, busi- the ilelicate llhlng of the ntomach. The ness Is becoming healthy. trouble lies entirely in the excess i _ Mr. and Jlrp. Stanley Welsh nnd velonniont of socretiou ot acid. hnby moved to the farm this week, To slop or prevent this souring tf tin food contents of the stomach aiM lo neutralize (ho ucld, and make 11 bland and hiunilMS, n Icnspoonfnl oi blsnrated magnesia, a good and elec- tive corrector of ncid stomach, should By the looki of the' liay piled up I high In many parts of bur town. It j surely looks as If the food for spring 1 by our It will certainly ia profly we inchistrious farmers uo nceiled, Tho pupils of Miss Strote's music classes asslsteii hy Miss flae .'irli'-i Cnrcnuo Gorhcv g'vc a rccllal tonight. Thursday In tlio opera house, at S o'clock. Tho ailniisslon tec is 50 cents and a largo number Is ex- pected. A bill will hn brought in the j Manitoba legislature soon for .lirst I reading to provide for n short open j season for the shooting of prairie 'chicken nml.clk next Mil. Ktporls state that chiekons and are again plentiful as shooting has been pro hibilcd for Iho past two seasons. bd'tnkeii in n of a glass of hot or cold wnter after catirtj or wheuevi-i- gas, Kourness or acidity is felt. This Sf.'ctlwiii (lie stomnh nnd ncutrAllzcn tho iKidily in a few moments :imi is a perfectly liarmlet'ri and InoxpciiElvu remedy to use. An 3ntjacid, such as hliturated mng r.esia which can be from any druggist In ellhcr1 jitnviler or tahlfil fonn enables the stomach to do its Tvbrk properly .-.vifhout Iho alii of arti- ficial dlgcslcnU. Jlagu'esla comes in aevcrnl forms, to bo cenaiii to ask Tor nud take only nisurntcrt Magnesia, which is especially prepared' for thu above Advertisement BAILIFF'S SALE Under nnd by virtue ot a Chattel Mortgage given hy ft, D. Puyh to S.-.rjh Cromsvell Nelion, and to mo directed against the. goods c.nd chattels of M. V. Push, named in the told Chattel Mortgage, I have seized tho following; goods, namely: One 30-60 Gasoline Traction Engine, manufactured by the Pioneer Traction Company. .WHICH 1 SHALL EXPOSE FOft SALE ON Monday the 29th day of March '20 AT S, SNOWDEN FARM, ABOUT NINE MILES SOUTH EAST OF LETHBFilbOE, AT THE KOUR OF 4.30 P.M. Dated, Lelhbridgc, Marcli ISlh, 1020. T.J, SIMONS, Bailiff. ;