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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 7, 1920 THE PTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FWJ PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Onta ut WINNIPEG, Slay offerings continued light, although .there was a fnir business at tho advancing prices. There was a good demand for low grado oats for export purposes. Bar- ley was in good demand tor the- lower grades with spreads unchanged. Cash flax dull. ;Rye was being quoted ut tho May prlco..-Oats closed 7-Sc higher for July 3-4c higher, and higher for May.'and-July 2c higher; October 3-Sc higher; barley 2 l-4c flax'2c lip for Slay, and 1 l-2c higher for July; ,fye 7 higher for May. Quotations- Open. Close. May 122V4 July' October; Day July........... May May 87% 10S-55 ss 50S 501 "5H ,503- No. 2 No. 1 Feedja-16% Xo. 3 No. 4.C.W...16753 Track.....170is No. 1 .-.................511 No. 2 C.W.. .507 No. 3 C.W.. .441 Track BY No. 2 C.W....................241V 'New York Slocks NEW YORK, May sales C. P.'IV. 117 1-3; U. S. Steel, 35 1-S II. S.'Steel preferred, 107 1-2. Winnipeg Livestock Livestock'Branch) receipts toila .133 eatllo and.J04 hogs. ,Light tea Ing was In progress this morning. Qu tatlous on clnsses of butcher'call generally, steady to strong. Bu cher steers' d'f.-good-quality' weighe up from 14.50: to 16.00 with a coup of well finished steera topping, at 17.0 There was a fair demand for heile ana1 cows, but.the supply was limlte One clioico veal calf topped Ihe; mar- ket at 1S.OO, with bulk ranging from JG.OO to 17.00. Slockers and feeders were selling .on a steady market. The hog market opened with.buyers bidding for selects, fed nnd tetcd. ;l PLEBISCITE IN NEW .BRUNSWICK IK JULY FREDEHICTON', B., May n'ouncement was made by Premier Foster this afternoon that the plebis- cite on the provincial prohibition law, now In force as a war measure in New Brunswick, be held early in July. DAYLIGHT IANK HOLDUP. i lirely with the sweet aad gentle La- cilie. Wanda manages to hold the ceu- BAST ST. LOUIS. Ill, ilay UT of tbe staje otcauso ft is sbo who Bight men today beM at and rcrbbed, iweaves tho into n fasclDeling National tank here of {talkie, pulling Lucillo and several Ctttclala CL' tbe bank fired...... m the robbers, killing one aid captur- ing another. _. All Show Increases Over Last Is Highest A comparison of mill rales In too arjous cities of Canada, as the mib- olne'd statement shows, marks, with Uio erccpHon of two centres (Kitch- ener, Ont., .arid..Victoria, p. C.) an in-1 reascd per cent In the same. It will o further noted that mill rates in tho sast are in ho leirns from Sri authorikitn o source tint arrangements aro contemplated for J. gojio.al strike of tlie Irish con irtabntary in the event of the govern ment being further unable, to like necessary steps to protect pohccmeh in the duty. A Free Flsht Lelnster Ireland ilij hundred labore-s forced nn cntp into tho council chamber toda> o discui iun -wis in pro- the-questlon of road repair- ing cbntarots, and demanded that ill- rect Instead of contract labor bo used After a free' fight, t're. council com- plied with the laborers' demands. WILL INVESTIGATE WAGE PROTEST OF EMPLOYEES OP C. N. K. EXPRESS. CO, cities to bo visited bv tha pirty in cludo Mortreal OUawt nnd But neither. -.Thurston nor his twenty-four so ehtcrtaininr, and ilic .-buffet lunch which was -nis stnctly in Compliance .with the elghteentli tiia iConsMtnlton of the United States. nd returned to the slagc. He played ffth Edith Wynne Malhison in "The Deadlock" and was under the direc- [on of David Belasco in "The- Girl of he Golden West.-' He also.playcd the cad in "Going and was with Fields in "The High Cost ot Lov- ng." GREAT COMBINATION. Country Store Night, Harry Carey, Jim Corfaett, and Corking Fine at Colonial Tonight. What is undoubtedly the-greatest combination of attractions tiver pre-i picture company. UNUSUAL VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS COMING TO CCLCWiftL MONDAY-TUESDAY Yaudoville patrons1 In tho city are promised a rare treat pn Monday am Tuesday r.t the popular .Colonial thea tre, for Ihe new .nippodrome clrcui show is pronounced as one of the best yet sent over tho circuit. Tho bill is headlined by 'Ambar! aud Adrlenne, a .iluo, of gymnasli man-els, who come to the Hippodroni circuit direct from an extended-, en gagement at the Ijondon HippouTonie. Miss Adrienne is inun-elously graceful iu.her many difiralt fcaUi and her dis- play of pretty cqstumes makes her a perfect picture in her posings. Mr. Ambark displays a great agility in his lofty tumbling and.olher acrobatic feats. A neat scenic setting adds to the class of the aci. Faivnctte. n tiL'auirful'and accom- plished Indian girl, will present her up to date Western ottering. She has a clear melodious and a -win- ning personality. .FSwneite. is world wide known, having; played Indian leads wilh the 1'athe Weslern motion TONIGHT-TOM.ORROW scnted at the popular prices in this city. Is the mammoth Friday night show which will be offered at tho you-, ular Colonial 'theatre tonight .First comes tie frig weekly tfuii .eveut-T-the Country Store. Vwlvil N'itc, a team of yer- satilo.performers will present their original comedy act entitled: "Toady's a different style of tjmeilj sketch-. Mny and Eddie. Gprse in .vaheeza iUt not lovecl hluL .But when he spun a-web out 'of false- hood that finally her and. freed her. "sister." A Woman's Life Drama A Cross Section of Ilsr Heart SEE IT! i 'Harry Carey In "Marked the Colonial today Nova Scotia Lobsters Tempt Palates WINNIPEG, Jlay board of conciliation to irivesllgalo the wags schedules nnd -R-prklpg conditions af- fecting employee's'.-' 61 tho Canadian National Express company iias been appointed by the cleparlirlciil'pf-labor, OUajva, according lo nri nnnounce- ment today by-J. W. Watson, provin- cial vice-president of tho Canadian Brotherhood ot liallropd Employes. J.- Cliristlo lias been named as reprcsoTilativo of the company, -while Fred Bancroft of Toronto, will likely represent Ihe men. .'A chairman has yel to bo serectcd. Tho board will meet in Winnipeg on a dalo to be se- lected. A LION AT THE FEAST Margiicry's rosiauranf, which Is still famous, despite- the Irend of fashion westwards, cnlortalnr.d yes- Icrday sonio 30 theatrical anO circus sftrs In liueat ot EOmolhlng now to eat. The pleco do resistance was tlie back of the four-year-old lion Mascolte, which Marcel, the tnmer, purchased IBS! year for Jlascotle recent- ly met wllh an accident and had lo bo shol. Needless to say that In Ihosc hard tlmca roast lion Is nit to. bo dis- dained. At Iho head ot was tho actress Jllstlnguelto. An Inter- ested spectator was Ma'scolte's ycnr- old son, Adolpho, on tho look-on' for tlt-blts. Trulh requires It to bo cald that lion flesh'wau voted by the'com- pany (o bo somewhat laslcleas unluss .well paucci, EMPRESS-Today Tomorrow Prices 35i; and Special Children's Malinse Saturday, 5c COUNTEfifEIT AND A SPLENDID ARRAY OF COMEDY AND LATEST OUTING- BIGGEST SHOW IN TOWN "SKYMESS. Special 5c Matinee for Children Sat'day, 2 produces 59 tent oft (he lobster supply of Ihe world, nnd. in oddilloj, tha finest The lohslcra of the Now England coast arc the litllo brothers of the noble crusiaceans native to tho wore north- ern and colder wafers inrlfcd. Canadian lemale lohslers ere selected ?for use In American .h.iltherlcs to Improve the strain. :Tlic Librador coact has the ercatest siippiy, but fa too dlsiint lo lit nvallabte for present, 1'ht itipply EOT comes froai the Gulf of Sf. particularly around famous ilud of Antlovfll, aad from the about Nora Scotia. Novi Scotia firnom for ro- .apples, cherries, and, list but no lobsters. :'Tbd government hM every InlenUon that Ihla happy 'slate of affairs thill continue and maintains fifteen batcbertes in province. The lobsters out of SMSon by 'sfrlci p'ro- (ectke Tho Nova Scothb H19 lohetjt SM- ison baa been verv cilcb U clTen valued