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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920 THE LETHWUDGE DAJM HERALO 1PAGE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS was atronc underload to Uio tatura mar- kets today, although Uxo Tohime of was not Isree. prices laada Rood throughout lao coareo grain Hit. Offering lu tbo cash grains con- tinued very light. Tuero wan a fair demand for all grades of oats and bar- Joy, with flax and dull. Spreads Trero unchanged. Oats closed IWc hljher for May and up for July: barley higher for May and SVic up lor July; fUi So higher tor May PJirt Ic up for July and ire hi'giicT for-.May. Quotations Oats- May July May July Flax- May ,luly Nay number of good, hwry s'wr! which made to goo.i i choke butcher alters to i common alaH around choice cowl J11.60 to cood hulcher 'cows J9.00 to common cows, J8.00 to No hop> oold. WATER-COVERED STREETS AT BRAMPTON lal'.l 510 192 US V30 500 M 3. Sutherland, manager of Iho Merchants Dauk at Hespoler, is dead. A British officer says Chinese ffiato good airmen but Japanese don't. John Newton has been chief of police at Belleville for 33 years. Rev. Falhor Dandurand, of St. Boni faco. celebrated his 102nd birthday. Tbo University of New Brunswick proposes to erect a memorial hall. Nova Scotia will spend thirteen mil lion dollars uuou its Thcodoro rtoosovblt left an oaSatc ot A big factory to manufacture brusl handles will be eslaulle'iod al Graven hurst. 2 Foed.....M'ij A Toronto :nan susgcsts using th aeroplane to herd caribou In tho nor 14GI- i w'las- j A y.ither strong earthquake wa felt al 1'ort do France, Martlnque, o 3 X.WX'. 2 1 Sunday. S C'.W......450 Triu-k .....52'j j j Dana Gibson has bought 2 iuterest in Ufc, tho Ne Mew York Stocks york humorous paper. NEW TOI1IC. T.Tarrii _ Ralj.i: C.r.P... 123; V. S. Sled, chas. Sivser, ot Adrian, Mich V. S. j will locate a suspender factory Winnipeg Livestock j St. Thomas. Mirth (Dominion! I livestock today] Fire of an unknown cauao Cash Prlcea J C'.W. 90U .3 C.W. 3 'rfeU Track Ilarley NMEICUYION Q. Xilssou. and Irving Cumralngs. It, aud more laughable, than .''Qharltj's Is a Parainount-Artcraft picture. Aunt." The secofid feature on the iarne llll will bo the offering of "A Star Over in which the distinguished DOUBLE BILL AND NOVELTY NIGHT AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Tonight's show at the popular Col- actor-producer' David Belase'o Btbel Clayton's litest picture, "The Thirteenth will tw shown at the Empress theatre for two days commencing today. The story Tfa's adupted from Rupert Hughes' maiaalue serial and novel of the Buir.6 fiainc. Daphne Kip, the central ticure, it a girl In a middle western city who has always been given all ihe wanted tj- a father who Is hard- ly Qualified financially to give it. She becomes engaged to a young Xcw tho thaw reached Braropton, Ont., the streets flooded, fronl tha money ho Hero Is a picture of tho main street shoeing '.lio sidewalks completely I ner niarket opened this morn-[ conncll. ing with, tradlns slow. Ilutchcr steers j somewhat stroysger. but exlreuso-l Kliiott and Whitehall Machine Co. ly scarce. Other classes and grades j Cult, will purchase a strip OL laud