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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS UrwtMk Close 171% VVT.VNIPEG, May cancel- lation of. contracts at seaboard reach- ing well over half a mllllcn busbels resulled in thor slackening of tho de- mand tor cash grains. There was no demand for cash oats. Barley, flax and rye demand was very poor, with She exception. of No. 3 barley, tor Tvhich there was a fair demand. Spreads-were .unchanged. Oats closed lower for May, Ic lilsher fcr July and up for ber. Barley. "fcc higher for May and July. Flax 3c up tor aud higher tor July. Quotations: Open .May 121 July October SSS (May...... 172% July...... 171 May............ 503 510 July............ o'J-l 50151 Slay............ Cash Prices: C. W., 3 C. W. 1 2 feed, 10951; track C. W., i C. Vf. 1665J; feed, track, 371% N.-W. C., 510; 2 C. 3 C. W., 510. C. W., j Calgary Livestock. .O.UXWUIY, May Two hundred and ttn cattle were unloaded at the yards today, but no hogs were receiv- ed. Tho market was slow and little weighed up at noon. Good butcher steers, 512.50; heavy cows, 513.00, end good butcher cows, Winnipeg Livestock. WINNIPEG, May Livestock today wcre 140 cattle, 120 hogs and 12 sheep. Senator McCumber, Republican, Deplores SHxing of Peace Treaty in Politics While In- ternal Dissension Is Gripping the Nation. WASHINGTON, .May Opening tho fight against tho republican plan to end tlio state. ot war which still technically oiists between Germany and the United States by Joint resolu- tion of congress, Senator McCumber of North a republican mem- ber of the senate. foreign relations committee, declared in the senate to- day that such a step -would hring dis- honor upon the department of agriculture is call- soldiers' civil and ilng In Us field men. The total sup land settlement board will be among PHILADELPHIA, May lldrman, bantamweight champion, de- feated Jabez White, of Albany, by a shade in eight rounds here last night. Herman fought cautiously in the early rounds but opened up in tho eighth and showed-his superiority. the first called when the public "ses- sions, open this, afternoon or tomfe 11. l'cloirow- JUDGE MYERS TO BE PEACEMAKER IN 'PEG FRED GIFFORD TO GET JURY TRIAL WIN'NIPEG, May Gifford, who Is alleged to be ono of the lead- ers in tho tillugcd "exchange ty which, it is said, tbo Dominion gov- ernment was defrauded of -thousands ot dollars, asked for a jury trial today will bo given a preliminary hear- ing Wednesday. r WINNIPEG, May Domin- ion government has appointed Judge n. IT. Myers, ot Winnipeg, to act as chairman of the board of conciliation in regard to the Winnipeg electric railway wage dispute, according to in- formation received from; Ottawa to- day. The iflrst meeting ot tho board will probably held lato next weok. Tho hoard is now composed ot Juflge My- ers, chairman; a K. Dafoe, appoint- ed hy Hie company, and R. S. Ward, Fclectcd toy tho employees, Tea and Coffee Hurt Many People If tea or coffee disagrees. witKymJuinake a ten days trial of More Healthful than tea or coffee, Costs less and Its flavor pleases. Sold by Grocers Everywhere! plies of. seed given out this season have not yet been tabulated, but It is I estimated by" officials of the Depart- ment that they will represent a money! value ot closo to which about twice the expenditure of lasCj year, and the- largest in any one year since ilio government undertook- this method of relief. All the grain thus supplied for seeding purposes has been Alhcrta grown. the screen's. greatest triumph. "Checkers" comea to. the Colonial absolutely guaranteed-by the manage- ment to be the most wonderful and most sensational picture ever shown in ihis city, and !t Is certain that Leth- LIBRARIAN DOES NOT AGREE WITH SYSTEM OF TEACHING RKOlNAv Sask., May oriticism of the manner in which the- .teaching of English literature is car-'f rlod on in the public and high schools; of tho country was made -today by J.' H. C. Honcyman, librarian of the He- gina public library board, when dressinR members of Rotary club. Mr. llonoyman said that instead ot teaching youth of tho nation to study literature through the reading of hooks, "they were handed -two abom- grammar and the spell- ing hook." Star of "Red Hot Dollars" Is Chief Merrymaker at Inoj Studio. What could bo more appropriate than that Charles liny, who hag play- ed so many country boy heroes on tho screen, should be the leader in an old- fashtonctl barn dnnce held recently at the MS Thomas 11. Inco motion picture studio? The occasion was !lhe com- pletion there of a monster "darh stage" for the of nljb.1 nic- DOINGS AT THE WEEK TODAY ONLY CHARMING BILLIE BURKE HUSBAND" A Most Delightful Play. HERE WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY The story of ,1 boy's grit, girl's devotion, and a couple of old men vvno learn that love Is bet- ter than hate." "THE LOTTERY MAN" Is Coming Friday, and Saturday ThfsWeek. LAST TIMES TONIGHT GEORGE WALSH THE KID IS CLEVER" A) Really Funny One. Snub Pollard "Slippery Slickers" More Fun. let entitled "Toady's Dream." It deals of tliem working so well together the In an enjoyable manner with a couple furnish excellent entertainment. of superstitious people who imagine all One of the best acrobatic acts ever the lli-luck In the world will descend on them through their belief in the scores of old "bad luck" signs. A very pretty stage selling is used la the seen hsro was offered arid AdrU-nne, a team of European gym- nasts, who perform some remarkable feats. They are an agile couple, both l--...-.- uv.ii.ut, 10 uavu ill mc 1CHL3. 1 ilt-JT ure UU.agllU CU11LJLU, IKJltl act, which la tho able bands of Kauf-'ure neatly costumed, and they put lots maimi and Desso proved entertaining of snap and pep into their pcrform- nnd thoroughly enjoyable. May and Eddie Corse offeresl a really fuuny singing and talking act. .May Corse may well bo classed as the best comedienne seen here for some time. Her comedy is all of the "nut" order, and not for a single moment does she stop handing out the laughs. Eddie Corse is an admirable foil for the versatile Hay, and with the pair ance. A fine feature photoplay, "The Opcu an-J an. excellent comedy round out the slmiv. This !s a vaudeville bill that will please the discriminating theatre- goer, and will make a visit to the Co- lonial tonight worth while. The same show will be oflcred tonight for the last times. COLONIAL HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE LAST TIMES TONIGHT (TUESDAY) AMBARK and ADRIENNE European Gymnasts KAUFMAN and BESSE Comedy Sketch MAY and EDDIE CORSE "Sheeza Hut" FAWNETTE "The Indian Maid" ,FEATURE PHOTOPLAYS and Wulls 6flc; Children 25c 10o DOOR UpdiWilliams STARLAND TOMORROW AND THURSDAY V SPECIAL lit terribly dealt with? THE PICTURE THAT COST A FORTUNE TO MAKE. IT'S COSTING US MORE THAN ANY PICTURE EVER SHOWN IN LETHBRID'GE SEE IT AT STARTING WEDNESDAY THIS Adults........ 50c Children.......lOc Matinees Daily at 2.30 Nights at 7 and 9. J3y Henry M- BLossom. ne qreabest rcucinq ihe world wiifi >j andkigk life intermingled with a basic drama of tlie hitman emotions Tense ivith Life action and abounding klnvdls ;