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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920 THE LETHBiiilMiK OA.TLY HICKALD PARS FIYK PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS Wt LlfMlMk WINNIPEG, Max Tlie cash uiarketa were again dull and featnie- lesii today, and Uio Yulumo of 'busi- ness was exceptionally light. With a poor demand >'.or all grades. ojt tprojds wero unchanged to fte wider. llarley spreads vcfe unchanged witli i! fair demand for No. 3 0. W. Fiss und rye marked wers void of iniwesl. Outs closed Iftc lower for Mey; %c uyifu for July, aud Sic lowor lor Oc- iobi'r. IJarloy 14o lower Tor Mfey and 1 down -for -July; ''lax 4c down for Moy and wC lower ufr July; tow- ut for May rye- Way July Octobir May ____ July Open Close 108 1S9VJ Fnmklyu llnnua and Ford fceinj liie. principals lu support of Miss Cus- sinelH. QEORGE WALSH COMING TO STARLAND MONDAY. "Smiling Uecrgc" begins two days of romping ucrosB the screen ot Sturlaivl ihcairo on Monday. C'Xirse here iti Ills newest Foi ".Marked Men" you probably will tell tier and the Colonial or- your friends not to'ioiss It. If yon cliestra, will round out the snow. re not there list'uiglit you owo It lo to teo Ulia Uni- virso! ihoioiraina, for Oils Is cue feature tl.at can safely tit recoin- mended without the slightest risk of disappointment. Universal secured the most talked of of several ycara. "The Throe- ilodtaihere." by Peter IJ. wiitoli Venice, Kid '.s a story appeared In Saturday Brenimj which hns a tor HI ".md u laugh In ev- foul of film. Tiie Milk-lie Btar '.akes the role ivirk White, a young Aiucrk-ais whu can't 'iinil enough oicHemeni in life. father sends him abcaid n fillip 509 240 May July d Ilye- May Cash Prices. Oats-2 C, W. 119; 3 C. W. 116; ex- tra feed 11C; 1 feed 114; 2 food 112; track 119. 3 C. W. Kite: 4 C. W. 1CCH; feed 102; track mft. 1 ti. W. C. 507; 20. W. BOS; i C. W. 437; track 507. 2 C. W. 240. No Winnipeg markets Moa day, Arbor N. Y. STOCKS. NSW YORK, May Closing EOles: C. I'. It., 3. Steel, 97H; U. 3. Steel preferred, KI Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, May (Dominion Livestock Hecelpts today Wero only 19 cattlo and 24 hogs. There practically nothing doing Prevent al Bathing the Best Method. Did it over occur (o you that if tin system is kept perfectly clean, botl Inside OB well ae out, how much one for it would, he to keep yourself frc from contagion? It ia only whon thi hlood not.kopl cleEvn that your arc Qiiahlo U> throw oft dlacase. Tiio grefil cause of impure blood I: constipation, allowing acctintulatc waKte to remain In e rikiiy. Tlity do not know the Jockey is a girl. This In the bij; sen- sational in the screoa version he shown at Colonial theatre starting neit Wednesday. It Is a version ot tho play which enjoyed such phenomenal success for years. licorge Walsh pictures. In the sun- 1 porting cast are I5oria Pawn, Ralph n the market today. Cuoleo Butcher! Lewis aud A. Hurt Wesncr. leers' J13.50 to with a 16.00; butcher heltors, cnolce, o ?13.00. A few choice sleeker steers weighed up at 59.CO. Choice veal calves moving at ?14.00 o J17.00. Select hogs, fed and watered, Husband" Presents Her at "Ugly Duckllna" Who Reforms. Disagreement Wifh Chnrfercd Banks Over Rural Credits Is Cause of Action. Infeclti'us 'dise' that may be lircvalenL The only method of properly keep- ing the colon intestines clenn is liy hathlng Internally. Tlic 3. D. L. Cascade Is the only perfect apptlatica for this purpose, nnd only purified ivarni' W.ttai' is tiBort. It positively re- moves constipation and keeps the system clean and healthy as nature Intended It should lie. It yon want to avoid lielilg sick or lo regain your health, keep your sys- tem clean and your blood pure. Thou- sands of Canadians have- proven this health-siring method, and scores have been restored lo perfect health by KBlng the J. !i. L. Cascade r.vilnout inking drliga of nny kind. Thore should bfl n J. Cascndo In every honte. It la being shown and explained at the Hcd Dross Drug Book Co., Mnilted. Ask for free booklet all about In- lornal AdvcrtlsemcnL WINNIPEG, May in tho immediate future, the provin- cial government .will actively enter tho banking business In order to pro- vldo finances Kor the rural credits movement in this province, accord- Ing to information received ftorn an authoritative source at the parlia- ment buildings. Banking offices will be opened throughout the province and tho rate of interest to given' will four cent on short term .deposits and 'four and one-quarter'per cent on uc- poslls beyond three months. This, will-be the first inslance 'in Cannda-Svhcre a province IKIS under- .takcu-auch an organization und is the result of the disagreement between lib' government hnd llie banks of Canada ao to tho ra'.e of fntcrcst lo be ill niral districtB. The banks I asked for a higher fiiie than rnilient would allow without the froo consent the rural credits societies .Iieinsclvos. Btlllo Durke'B latesl picture is call- ed Husband" and is an adaptation of a. magazine story b: Samuel Hopkins Adams. It will bo sbown at the Empress Theatre for 2 days commencing .Monday next. The story Is said to be admirably suited to tho comedy talents of pretty Miss Burko. FINE VAUDEVILLE At COLONIAL MON- DAY'AND TUESDAY VSMcVille Crf a meritorious order will to presented at the Colonial thea- tre on Monday and Tuesday, when seen an act comes direct to (he cir- cuit from the London that offered liy Amtiark and Adrienno, a difo of gy-ninasth: muvels who pcr- irona some hitherto 'icard of teats. Ixjfly cluvcr latanclllg, sonic rcmarknble acrobatics and iiicturestiuo posing nre nil Introduced into the act. Miss Adriennc. one ot vaudeville's most beautiful and most perfectly formed women, is featured In a series oi poses. Her costumes nro 'elaborate, and sbc makes n per- Cect picAuro. Ambarh is admitted to be one of the most lithe nnd ujile Eyinncsts on tlit variety stage. An act well worthy.of special men- lion is that which wili bo offered by KaUfman and Besse, a 'cam of fun- makers -who, In tho offering of "Toady's have a rollicking comedy sketch. Some new song hits awl, clever dancins is Introduced liy both members of the team. SENSATIONAL RACE WON BY GIRL JOCKEY I Thn, scene !j the Ileiniont race j track. are surging to and fro, oddi are posted. Jockeys are waiting to bo weighed. The ridor ot llomorso. a ronk outsider, is blinded by rivals. A young girl suddenly steps forward, dons his attire and inonnts tho The Jiidga gives the signal. The belt Boniids for Uio horeeji to enter the track. They go to the ponL Thoy are oft EicHomcot is tntenw. They nre neck and nock at tho half-'wiy poat. Finally Silver Dollar and llomorM pull o-way