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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS PAGE FIVE VAUDEVILLE Juggling and a- pot- Thursday. The cast is of a calibre to fulfill a promise wado by Mr. Karger when spinning pourri of arn introduced into the act by this versatile learn. WINNIPEG. May greatly curtailed because of the ex-! iroino lightness of offerings. All grades ot oats were in demand, with (spreads unibai.geil lo 2c better. There vas also an excellent demaud for bar- ley, spreads unchanged to Ic Let'.er for N'o. 3 The flax aud J-yo markets .-.veri cjuict and fcaturc- Isss. Oats closed Mo higher fci- May, down for'July alid unchanged for Urtober. I lie lower for May unit down for July. Klox closcil lower for -May and -So- down fur July, .ityo 3c Mglier for .May. Quotations Open Close HS% HStfc Way............ 17116 I'D July.........-.., 100% 10S May July May 503 001 243 Organizer of Grand Army Is in on Union Outlook. ..11515. 243 Casb Prices C.W. ...llS'S 3 C.W. Xxira 1 Fetd No. Feed..113% 2 F-eed..Tl 1 ?i fJ'racX C.W. .....1S2 4 C.W. ...IGOVi Feed Track ........................1S2 1 X.W.C. ...505 2 C.W......-M S C.W......435 Track .....505 2 C.W......................'...243 New York Slocks t goveri NEW YOltK, May party. WIXNIPECJ. May sol- diers should bo in parliament and a relumed soldier should be elected premier at the, next election to look after the Interests of the relumed men. Relumed soldiers were con- sidered good enough to go out and figbt for the country Iho call eamo In 1914. but In 1J20, when they had ac- complished the object for which Ihey went out. they arc not considered good enough to have a in Iho admlnls- Irallon of the said J. Harry Piynn. first vice-president anil Do- minion organizer of the Grand Army of United Vetorans, who is here to- day. lie will address a meeting of re- turned men Tuesday night, which will be followed Wednesday by a meeting for the purpose of organizing a local the Grand Army of United Vclerane In tills city. Union Government Outlook CALGARY, May Union government bas a platform, and now lhat tho prime minister, Sir Robert. Uordciv.bas relumed lo Ottawa, tbat IfiOlC' Platform will bo announced at ;au I early declare1! Sir James Lough- Iced, federal senatoi1 .from Alberta, to a Herald interviewer. Monday morn- ing'. Sir James made' tho foregoing statement in reply to a question as to what wore tho prospects of the Union government continuing its career as a FALCONS IN TORONTO TOHO.NTO, May Hilly and Flo .Wandas will offer their singing ana talking act, .'into whlcli Is included "a song, a JIC-B Falcons Olympic 'hockey a smllo> and a tear.. winners and world amateur f champions, arrived In Toronto tills morning from Montreal' uud were-tendered a. reception by tho Sport men's Patriotic j a clever, likeable couple who have the X'naek of knowing bow to aa audienco forget its troubles. Wright and Oaymna Hill flu fgurth 1 nlic-i-. nn (lin Tilll ii-Uh t Imti- ii-t turo and will attend the base- tall game at tho Isliind stad- ium, between Jersey City and Toronto. Tonight -they will witness the boxing bout lie- tweeu 'BolJby Eder and Benny Valgar. attempted. It Is a new type .that will give him scope for Ills versatile' attainments." The cast of I.m.." which Is about ninety per cent, feminine, is beauly cast. Alien Lake, Juan- ita Haast'c, Virginia Caldwell, Thea Talbot, Ann May and Jean Acker corn- y fnlcrtainers. featured, on toe jihotojiby. bill will ho seen tho screen's reigning beauty, in her latest dramatic sensation, "Rouge aud a play ot stage life.. The lato.-t Patbe Kc- view and an excellent 'comedy will complete the show, with tho Colonial orchestra in harmonious accompaui- A matinee will be given today andi tomorrow at S.30, aul shows each evening, at 7 and 9. j MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, May 26th Prices: First Floor Balcony S1.50, 51.00 Mail orders now (see Ad- vance sale Armstrong and Raworth's 21. Curtain at V o'clock. No one seated during the prologue. two chief supporting! and ingratiating.. sales: C. P. U. S. Sir James further said that the U. S. Steel prefsired. IOC. Winnipeg Livestock May Jyiveslock over 'lio were 95 cattle and 32D bog3. Trading .was'Of a small Kaliire inbrning.'.owing lo ihc limited supply j nouncenient of the platform "will be followed, It is hoped, by an effective political organization." International Body at Genoa to Consider Shipping and Seamen. OTTAWA, May (By the Can- adian The three Canadian delegates to the. international tabor conference which opens at Genoa on June ID, will nail from N'ew York ou the steam or Crctio on Slay 27. As has already been announced, G. S. Des- barcts, deputy minister of navnl af- will represent the government. Tho discovery of a rich vein of ore in a man's mtiiing claim is gsnerally viewed as a fine stroke of good luck. Din to one Etur'uy American, llruce Andrews by meant Thomas llobli. manager of the worst-Eorl He lost his asked what would be the at- Federation ot Canada, ihe ship-1 Property and-his vife, narrowly os- tltudc of the unlontsU campaign or- '-------1 sanfzation toward existing political or- ganlznllons. Sir replied: "The L'uon govcnimcut should have, and J. G.' Gaulhicr, death, and became in: .ivo ot Iho Interns- I10 Ktay FLAGS OF DOMINIONS TO BE PRESENTED TO BRISTOL LOXDO.V. May Hie Can- .odian Associated George J'erley and other overseas high com- missioners go to llristol on Thursday to-present to Hie city silken flags trom the respect Ivo dominions, to be added 4o nristol's niranorable- colloclion pf banners In recognition oE the city's inicient connection with the' domin- ions, and Us close association with ihc dominion Iroons -rturiiiic the war. C.MiiKorvative organization witli the Liberal-Unionists, -who at that time joined It. and the largo percentage of whom arc its supporters now." .TWO STEEL SKIPS TO BE BUILT IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, May Jno'ris'S.100 ton steel steaniers arc lo! foe .-.built in word'from Otla..........._____...... ine and fiB.lre.rii-E. The Cougian'yards- were awarded the contracts.' Vancouver; according to! tlawa dcparlinent'of- mar-'i OTTAWA. May Canadian ping interests, chieE representative tional Seamen's union, and president of the Masters, Mates and Pilots' As- sociation ot [Montreal, ihe employees. Sir George Perley ivlH also represent the Dominion Eovemmcnt at the con- ference. Tho confcrencB has been called to deal vrith shipping mailers and labor conditions as aEfecling seamen. Tho subjects forecast, as indicated by the agenda, will have to do with hours ot labor and their eltect on the manning and accommodation ot ships; articles oE agreemcul, facilities for the employ- ment" of the Washington con- vention and its recommendations nil unemployment aud unemployment- in- surance; prohibition oE the employ- ment of children, and the'Possibility of establishment ot-the international seamen's code. The government was. furnished some weeks ago with a questionnaire from the international labor office, bearing on Ihe various points oE the agenda. Answers to the questions hangs tiic sensational But thereby of "Wolves of tho a .William Vox picture to be; shown at Hie Bmiircss