Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1920 flE' LKTHBOIDGE DAILY HKRALD MGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS WlNNIPiXJ, May via u better Inquiry today for all cash grains. A fair quantity of off-grade) oats -changed bauds. Spreads unchanged to 2c better. There was fta excellent demand for all grades ot barley, with He eaceptlpn No. J, was going Into the clearing house.' -live was In fair demand. Tbe 'cash, flax market was again neglected. Oatj closed higher for May, %c tip for July and higher -for October. Jlarley Hie higher for both months. 1-las down for May and Vic lower Cor July. Rye 2c higher for May. Quotations. Slay July October Barley- May July Flax- May July...... Jlsy' Open n-y, 107 3 69 Vi 10714 510 508 Closa One Big Union of Citizens Is U.S. Plan to Protect Communities From Strikes BIT 506 210 Cash Prices. C. W., llTsi; 3 C. W., extra 1 feed, 1 Iced, NEW YORK, Hay investi- gation of the ''ono bis union of cit- izens" Idea and its feasibility in pro- tecting American communities from possible fuel or food: famines during strikes Is now 10 mem- bers of the New York State Chamber of Commerce recently appointed by the president of the organization as a "Committee Off Public Welfare." Revolutionary labor upheavals and strikes designated -as "outlaw" walk- outs by union, officials the cm- ployment of volunteer 'Americans in keeping tho channels ot communica- tion and transportation open, arc the object, it Is said, of the Chamber's ore- sent inquiry. Tho Chamber for several weeks has beeii listing and classifying volunteers who, with no antagonism toward unions or partisan interest in labor obligate themselves to operate motor trucks or do any other work necessary to keep the nation's strikes, uprisings and the curtailment of food. 1 knovi- thoroughly the Bol- shevists of other countries as well as Hussia and their methods and, since 1 am the guest of America and everybody has been so very kind to me, 1 wish' to do all in rcy power to America." i-V man, a consulting engineer, C7 years old, in "fair health and wrote: "I am fully in sympathy with your apparent tho way to combat 'outlaw or ereu inlaw' labor obstructions to public activities is to develop a strong and widespread senli- meiit among the masses ot ed citizens against such labor ances. Also that tho best way to develop this.sentiment among1 right thinking people is la permit them to take part In combatting lawlessness and to aid in Iho carrying on ot pub Deep Waterways Hearing at Ft. William Concludes TORT -yVTlXJAM, Ont., May he deep waterways commission con- hided their sittings at William esterday afid wej-e entertained bi- bs boards of trade during the after- oon, visiting all the points of inter- est in the two harbors. The members ro today conducting private investi- ations of their own at Iho head of the akes having requested the titles to nothing In the way of entertain- jnent. They will leave here tonight or Winnipeg. II Calgary Livestock. CALGAUY, May (Dominion cupation, home addresses and tele- cattle ay, while the Clareshbhr.. ho 523.10 for selects, oft cars. The mar- ar data-are In. po of time of crisis. Tho Chamber at a recent meeting iet it "any thins" higher authorizing the appointment o( the previous days, quality considered. committee by President Alfred B. Heavy steers' brought S15.00 lo with, good butchers JlS.ftO to Heavy cows, to Good Marling, passed resolutions in which it said that "civilization Is now men accd by false and distorted and poli- imtcher cows, J5.00 to good tical ideas and the public welfare de- fjutcher bulls S3 00 to good that the men nnd women of the real SI 1 CO toSlSOO nation, who hold to high ideals of Livestock personal and political conduct, who Slay helievc In sound economic principles Livestock today ,224 cattle, 286'hogs, and and in constitutional government. fivo shall undertake more resolutely to ful- fill their civic duties." Tho resolu- AVI.th moderate supply, trading was brisk at firmer prices for most grades. Choice butcher steers ranged tions further declared that "the struc- ture of government and society as x whole" was imperilled by the inter- 01 ruptlon of the normal channels of izeus and others so large an amoutr of freedom and privilege as does Am erica, yet many of those mtiiln.our borders fail to appreciate that with liberty also comes responsibility to- ward others. It is high time that the true American citizen awakens-to the conditions that threaten and rallies to the- support of law and order." The committee on public welfare is expected lo make a report of Its in vesligatiohs and progress in the neai future. ed era _ bulk with advance.; further WAR LOAN SALES. TOnOXTO, Jlay thir- ty-seven war loan changed hands to the'citent of from 91 duties of ,_.. i should be to. draw up "a plan of or- the public may, by volunteer service, aid in maintaining the uninterrupted use of public utilities and assist the serving law nnd order." Many interesting letters accompan- ied the applications of voluiileersv A doctor Tvho formerly was a telegraph operator- offered bis services in any capacity for ''the maintenance so- cial equilibrium against the rebellions and misled small He said, nnd was the only live feature of a "that the movement deserved tho sup- very dull market tills morning. Iu i von of all right-minded citizens who re the backbone of the country." A Russian refugo. a major-general the former Russian array, "who other respects the trading was scanty, j TOUCHING APPEAL TO DADDY (from Personal Column of a Cana- dian Paper.) Johu Jones, who deserted Ills wife and baby ahout 20 years ago. will return, said baby stuffing out of him. will lick the lias suffered the loss of everything 1 possessed through (the Bolesheviki" said ho felt in duty hound to olfer his service's. He wrote: "I am pbr- feotly familiar with the beginning of the liolshoviki, a movement iu Rus- 'sla which started, as you know, with TORONTO, M.-ty spe-, cial cable to the.Mall and Empire from London says! "The use of newsprint made from bamboo is one of the meas- ures contemplated by the British newspaper publishers to meet the world white'paper "W. Raitt, cellulose expert of the government of India, who has had 25 years' experience in ex-' perimtntal work with bamboo pulp, states, there is sufficient bamboo in sight in Burmah, with the Sa- vannah grasses of Assam, to pro- duce tons of dry pulp annually. The total cost pro- duction will not exceed one-half of the present cost of wood pulp. "The Indian government has granted concessions to numerous companies on favorable terms are being developed for an annual production of tons of bamboo pulp." SPECIAL ATTRACTION EMPRESS TODAY TOMORROW AT THE AND Is, New Paramount-Artcraft Screen Version of Broadway stage 'Success. Wallace Keld'o latest starring ve blclo is "The Lottery a IJara- inount-Artcraft picture, which is showing rlC0'6f ten cents for Ihn kiddles. The at Ihe matinee tomorrow will'.start sharp at 1 o.'clock, and as lundreJa of children arc keen on sec- og'tho picture, tivo performances will JE> given tlurinK tho afternoon. Mr. 3rown wishes to inform the parcnls :hat-the kiddies will derive much en- [oyment from and In or- der that the youngster's may bo well taken care of on Saturday ntternoon, SACRED CONCERT Sunday Even, 9.00 p.m. COLONIAL THE DRAMA STUPENDOUS THAT THROWS THE X-RAY ON THE HEART He was a lighting ft two-fisted, red-blooded, soul with n feeling for human- ity. He had a tender, sensitive meek and good. Now came the which, besides -winning for him the heart of town hearts of tls little won for him the heart of his broth- er's sweetheart. How did it happen? THE TALK-OF-THE- TOWN DRAMA Try To Get Into. "Other Men's r Shoes" Tonight and Tomorrow ou're ds rburjh as your that won't help yen; any."