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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 20, 1920 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS ni .107.- 86 160 435 233 c. WINNIPEG, May were the chief buyers In cash oats today. Owing to light receipts, some difficulty In getting sufficient requirements to take caro of Bales was encountered. There "was a good demand for oats, with light offerings, and spreads un- changed. Barley, flax and rye mar- kets were dull. There was a small demand for No. 3 barley. Spreads re- mained unchanged. May oats closed 3c.higher; July higher and October. IHc higher. Barley higher for May and July higher. May flax lower and July 33ic lower. May rye Cc higher, Quotations Open CIoso May 11954 July .107.- .109V.J Oct.' May July....... May....... July....... May.............. Cash Prices OATS- 2 C. Extra 1 Feed........... 1 Feed :....116U 2 Feed 3 U. W. .1791 Feed Track 1 M. W. 2 C. 3 C. Condemned.....; ..'..........365V Track.......................485 n 911 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, May Livestock .today wero 360 cattle, 720 hogs and four sheep. Tradyig was rather slow, bu prices held generally steady. There was .a good demand for butcher steer of choice quality, prices, ranging ffon 515.00 to with bijlk 'at J11.5C to Demand for good quality heifers was keen at while choke cows weighed iip to J13.00. Choice quality veal calves changei hands at to The hog market was unsettled, pack ers bidding for selects, fed am watered, a decline, of 60o over yester "day's close. NEW YORK, May (ales: C. P, K, 113.1-4: U. S. Steel, 92; U. S. Steel 105 1-S. C. W 1GH4 BEIIERWIC C; P. R. Promises to Make Im- Nurse Is to Be Secured (From Or-- Own Correspondent) CRESTON, B.C., .May iransportalion committee ot the board of trade had a very eatlsfactory-inter- view with C. P. It. Supt. 'Maharg, who was hero on an official visit at the jnd of the week. Definite assurance has been given that the long-pressed- tor auto loading and unloading plat- form will bo jut In nt once, and that arrangements will bo made to have the staff at the station on duty at train time. At present the C. P. R. oper- ates on Pacific time, wlilch is an hour later than town time, with the station not opening until 9 a.m. by tho town clocks. Serious consideration was promised on one or two other matters brought to his attention, which In eluded better, freight handling facili lies. At the present (line there have been occasions when .the existing freight shed hfts taeea. too to it has had to bo set Out in the cars In which It arrived awaiting the mov- through ill health to (ake an extended holiday, and Is gins on ri visit to his old home In Belgium, while Father Desmarals, who has Holy Cross church under his supervision, shortly to take up work In Teias. and will be succeeded by Father Hartman, lately of Rupert and formerly at Greenwood. As indicating the eiiensive interest that is already aroused In the 1920 fall fair, tie announcement by the prize list committee that at least seven, II not eight, cups will figure In this year's awards, as compared with one the past two years', goes to show that if attractive prizes will get out the exhibits, certainly there Is every reason to look for a banner showing In all lines. The cups will bo distributed throughout most of the classes, with the exception of the ladles' departments; but In these some exceptionally fine special awards, will bo made. Oulsldo firms are contri- buting generously to this year's prize UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA LICENSE FOR CHIROPRACTORS A delegation of Chiropractors, ac- companied by citizen friends, was given a hearing by the Senate of the University of Alberta st Its meeting of May 12th when they had under con- sideration the making of provision for the examination of chiropractors, for which the last session of tho Legisla- ture made tho Senate of the Uiilver- sity responsible. According to the j terms of the legislation, ail chiroprac- ing of stuff that previously. had accumulated AN EXAGGERATIONS-CORRECTED Tho securing of a district nurse, in the payment of whom tho jirovincial authorities'lend some assistance, was the feature ot the discussion at tho May meeting ot the Oreston WomeVs Institute on [Friday afternoon, with' a decision to proceed to ascertain whether those Interested are prepared to. guarantee by monthly contribu- tions the monthly stlpeud given the nurte. This work will done under the direction of a health com- mittee and the other public bodies in tho valley will be asked to each name one member of the proposed health committee. Tho department has fairly definitely assured that the Kootenuy-Boundary Women's Institute annual convention will be held at Creston either the sec- ond week in 'August or (he first week in September and already a series of money-making features are being plan- ed to raise at least ?300 lo handle the onclave in good shape.' .One of these be a flower show early in. July, or, which the list of awards lias al- eady been made public. In connec- io'u.with the show there will be re- was sent to the West Coa-rt xito the medical warning that he had but a tew months to live. Mr. Bosworth wasn't ready to dlo, SO ho slept out- doors, secured a tent and became an Indian. So ho'came, back to health and U there be any doubt that he Is not hearty aud rugged All that will be necessary 03 proof Is the lace pic- ture, "Behind tha Door." In the making of this production Mr. Bosworlh had to leap from a bat- tleship thirty feet Into the ocean; ha had to cling to the perieeopo of a sub- marine while It submerged; he was required to fight a mob of men, and had to rescue a1 sailor and swim quarter o! a mile in a heavy Mr. Bosworth scorned a double, perform ing all these (eats hlnuelf, as the camera will show. In getting the submarine scones Mr. Bosworth was exposed for three hours, drenched to, Uio skin on the submarine Aeck with a stiff ocean breeze blowing against him. Next day he was at the studio withont even u hint ot a cold. -Jane Novak plays op- posite Mr. Bosworth in this production. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT AT COLONIAL FRIDAY Friday night at tho Colonial theatre will be Country Store Vodvll Nite. Is Just about "'niift for It means a big time. Manager Brown is getting everything ready for a bumper night, and this week's prizes will be large In size and numbers. Oodles of __ ________ new novelties introduced, and I tors within tho Province who desired a big time assured.. to become licensed lo practise were in Select make application to the Senate for! Picture, "The Forbidden -which comes to the Colonial theatre on Fri- day and Saturday, she Is seen in her Character role In several months, this Her LTD." IS BIG SUCCESS ON THE SCREEN Bert LyUll Scores Heavily in Colorful Picture at the Colonial Theatre It must bo confessed that one's rea- sons for wanting to see Ilert on the screen are somewhat at first thought, anyway. Kor he Is unique among men stars of the screen in that he Is first of all enacting a character. So that hts admirers go for two reasons: to see Bert Lytell and to see Bert Lytell create a new character. Certainly nothing that ho has done quite comes up to his interpretation of the part of Tito proprietor of the fashionable modiste's shop of shown yesterday at the Colonial theatre. Mr. Lytell la here seen In a most difficult screen role as well as'an unusual one. Lom- bardl's very gift of design has finally brought him financial succsss. He has struggled upward to his dreams, which are embodied In the expensive looking brass sign, "Lonibardl. outside the smartest shop on Fifth Ave. Anolher of .his win most- beautiful girl for his still an ambition. 'In the inidst of this' second conquest Lombard! finds that his business will not run by Itself; that there arc leaks which people, who can afford not to, take advantage of. But that Is getting ahead ot the clever story by the Hattons. Personally, we rather admired Loir.- bardl for being able to pick out ono of his mannequins' as the most beau- tiful. We always thought we had a mighty keen and practiced eye, but the cast of girls whose business on the screen It Is to wear gracefully the rather marvellous creations Lombard! designs, were of such unusual bcauly. all of them, that for tho life of us wo couldn't say which was really i tho" winner. Lonibardl Ltd. will bo shown tonight for the last time. (Florence Myott, the screen adaptation being the work of Stanley Qlmsted. Mr. Ulackton selected his cast with entrusting important roles to Kulalie Jensen, William It. Dunn, Bes- sie Slliison, Margaret Uairy and Mor- gan Thorpe. SPICY, ROMANTIC COMEDY AT STARLAND THEATRE Tho Sfarland theatre takes pleasure in announcing tliat it has secured J. Stuart Blackton's newest photoplay, By Proxy." for its feat- ure attraction for commenc- ing Friday. Sylvia Hreamer and Rob- ert Gordon, the popular young co-stars, are herein provided with a delightfully spicy, romantic comedy. "Respectable by Proxy" Is said to ho something really novel in plot. The idea for the story was'furnished by FRIDAY SATURDAY (From the -Toronto 'Globe.) To the Editor of'The Globe: ;I am not interested ,in the Irish question, but, as yonr paper reaches a wide circle, I am interested in making three corrections to.G. Francis' article on Ireland in the issue of April: 6. Irish- men seem to have a positive tendency to exaggeration. Mr. :'MLopk nt the Irish-American record (luring tha war. Trish. America furnished. 40 per cent, of the United, Slates- army and 60 per cent, of the United Stales nnvy. Some of her finest battalions were practically all 'Irishmen." "Now, my business is a staUslIcian. I am often appealed to for-statistics, A man wrote mo tho'.other .day to know how ho could prove that one- thlftl of Colorado's contingent in the war wero Irish, to which I replied: "You can't, because it Isn't true." Mr. J-'. makes three statements in the quo- tation above, and ho is like my cor- can't prove his polnu because his figures are not true, on tho subject I'should, like to draw the. attention of your readers to another item. We constantly read about the number ot Irish in America I have lying in my files "statements' that in tho U.S. there are Jrish, Irish, and the latest, Irish. These are state- ments, not "records." Now, tho only record we have ot any value Is the Government census report, and nc cording lo which there are In the XI.S. just men, women ant! children-who were-.bom anywhere In Ireland. Thero are people whoso parents born anywhere in Ireland, and who had one parent1 born in Ireland. Of all the nlravo over 25 per cent, belonged to the countries commonly known as Ulster. Tlicro is not the slightest evi denco, In fact, that .40 tier cent, of tho nrmy nnd 60 -per cent, ot the iiiTy, or that any battalion in tho U.S. forces were "practically all Irishmen." Am even from those sections where names fcliow something of race, Ilko Iho rcgl rnenls from Western Pennsylvania tliere are many Scotch-Irish names. Statements giving numbers liki your correspondent have no right lo go unchallenged, as they have long dono. John T. Boyd, Statistician. Denver, Col, fl' DUTCH PLACE PREMIUM ON LARGE FAMILIES THE HAGUE, May Jnent of a national fund for large fam ilfes proposed by M. Coireard, "ha been approved In resolutions passei nt a meeting of the French natallt commission, according to report reaches here. Thin fund will be rals cil by taxes Imposed upon bachelor flnd upon heads of families Tyho hav, leached n certain ago and have les than three living children. examination on" or before April 30th. Some, twenty chiropractors havo niado such applications and the Sen- ate must, aa further provided in tho Act, examine these candidates before May 31st. Tho citizens represented i those who tad (ound help from chiio- Siractlc treatment. The case for the Chiropractors themselves was put by Principal Du Val of the School ot Chiropractic, Hamilton, Ont., whoso main contention was that diagnosis as used by medical men was merely guessing and therefore unnecessary. After the retirement of the Senate discussed the matter very thoroughly and came to the conclusion that there was a certain body of know- ledge with which all persons, into whose hands the authority of the state placed tho health and lives of the people, should be conversant (For ex- ample, it was hcla Hist no matter what views a practitioner held will! regard to tlie treatment of the Iranian body, lie should at any rate have a thorough knowledge of its structure and the function of Iho various parts. It was finally decided that for the current examination ordered by the Legislature, written papers and orals -will bo conducted! in following j fundamental- sciences: -.Anatomy, phy- Miss Talmadge Is presented In picture by Joseph M. Schenck. role Is that of a Chinese girl In the first part of the picture, and as a Chi- nese-American girl In the latter part. It is a dual role and one which Is very difficult to portray. Tho story is by! George Scarborough, author of Miss Talmadge's recent picture, "Her Only Ono of the most picturesque and spectacular scenes'in the picture Is the Hall of. Flashing Spears, a secret chamber in the Chinese Emperor's palace where young girls who refuso the emperor's love are killed. Tho scenes are'laid in the Orient. The first part of the story takes place in Pekin. while-the closing scenes are laid In Manila. -praetors, licensed will be appointed to set a written paper and conduct an oral examination respect- ively in the "Principles and Practice of Chiropractic." The examination will be held beginning at 9 o'clock on Wednesday morning, (May 26th, at the University of Alberta, and will con- tinue for about four days, closing on tho 29th. For the current examina- tion no candidates will'be shut out because of his lack of matriculation standing, tut it was felt that in the future at least tbat standard of pre- liminary education should bo required ot chiropractors as well as of other practitioners. reshment booths ar.'d a dance ard party a't night. The Institute has hygiene and public health. Two cbiro- Iso just voted ?15 for special prizes n connection with tho fall fair. Mrs. Applewalte of Willow was a wee" .end guest of Mrs Ebbutt, nd on Saturday afternoon met tho aembers of Christ Church Ladies' Guild in informal session to discuss lie advisability ot reorganizing that tody into a regulation Anglican Wom- n's Auxiliary. ,The matter was very avoraWy received and will be finally ettled'at-the, guild's Juno meeting. Creston is' amply supplied witli ugar for. tho first part of the'preserv- ng season .at least. On Monday the Growers' Union arlded another fifteen tonn.to ttielr stock, while the supplies in the hands of tho merchants vould bring the total sugar supply at jresent available up to at least thirty ons. However, the buying Is quite heavy, the Union alone disposing of five tons the first two weeks of the month. .Creston had its first thunderstorm if the year on Monday, the thundci teing accompanied by some severe igbtning and decidedly heavy showera of rain. Since then warm sunny wea- ther .has been the order and both field crops and orchard growth, indicates .bat any time that has been lost due .0 EI lato season is In fair way to be speedily mado up. Eggs aro iigain showing an advance in price. Pifty-fivo cents a. dozen is the prevailing market with hardly nough for the demand, and an ad- vanco to 60 cents Is predicted before Iho end of Iho week. Although pas- ture has been good for some time, the price ot butter still stays up, the creamery article mailing at 85 cents. Crestou is duo for a change in both of Its Roman Catholic clergy. Father Lambot, who ministers lo tho local band ot Indians, been forced Since January 1 Uio flow of Eng- lish gold to tho United States has aggregated which Is less than all imports from Europe In tho same period. COLONIAL NOW PLAYING AT THE EMPRESS Example of Famous Ince Player "Behind the Door" is Worthy of Emulation. Ifobart Bosworth, who Is starred in Thomas II. Ince's succlnl "Behind tho which opens at! the popular Empress theatre today, is! a forceful Illustration that tubercul- osis can be cured. Nineteen years ago, while playing on tho stage, his health i.roke and he TONIGHT (THURS.) LAST TIMES- A Gown Girl Review of FerniiiQ Loveliness and Luxury. Bert Lytell Lombard! Ltd. A Sensational Stage lilt Brought Successfully to the Screen. You'll EiijoylL ADDED ATTRACTIONS Hudson's Bay Calgary Pageant "SWEET Comedy Lattst Screen Magazine Colonial Orchestra MAJESTIC, WED., MAY 26 GUY POQT BATES i vJo 1 First Floor Balcony, No Phone Orders: No Seats Laid Aside. Curtain at o'clock. Official notification has been re coived from Dr. Tennant, provlncia inspector of agriculture, London, t tho effect tliat tho dog which died I Woodstock recently, after acting iiucerly and billng a horse, was siif- (erlng from a positlvo caso of rabies. Norma Talmadne and Thomas Melghan In 'The Forbidden City" at the Colonial Friday and Saturday. FRIDAY NIGHT GREAT COMBINED Country Store Vodvil Nite arid Novelty Nite More Prizes Than Novelties Than Laughs Than Ever, the One Big Treat fop the Whole Family. Ptease Conic Early. Double Coupons on the Country Store and the Kitchm Cabinet fop Those Purchasing Before 7.15 p.m. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Norma Talmadge and Thomas Meighen 'In their greatest combined dramatic success "The Forbidden A pulsing, FViscfnaling Oriental drama. "THE BULL THROWER" Special 2-part Coracuy Servant "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Don't miss this installment. There is only one mote lo come. Usual Prices All Week Adults 35c Children lOo No One Seated During Prologue. N EPOCH-making event in the annals -of amusements is the presentation by Richard Walton Tully of the virile-coinpelling.acconi- .plished-Aruerican actor, GUY BATES POST, in the irrldcscent bubble of modern humanity. !'The Masquerader." This dramatic masterpiece by John Hunter Eofftb, taken from the widely read novel ot Kalherine Cecil Thnrston, intimately illustrates the lives of two meti -who met in the fog and trad- ed .identities and living quarters. t The dual characterization offers Mr. Post'ft wonderful opportunity and the coutraat.-d char- acters are impersonated by him with all the art uf n. genius mind. His drne fiend is a pitiful wretch; his the the mental aud moral antithesis of the other. More- Intensley and artistically interesting Ihun JeckyI and massive In presenta- tion than any modern play, and yet, so deftly doue, its ponderous scenes move wfth the smoolii rapidity of an uninterrupted imiiunLEua, linu that Is what this wonderful play LIVING, MOVIXO. TALKING PANOltAJlIC REFLEX OF TUB WARP AND WOOF OP HUMANITV. The Most Ponderous of all Modern Plays, pul- satirtg with the element that comprises presented in "THE MASQUERADED' RESPECTABLE BIT PROXY SYLVIA. GORDON Surely You're! Not Afraid of Your Husband LAST TIME PAULINE FREDERICK "THE FEAR WOMAN" ALSO. Smiling Bill Parsons "OH BILL! Two-Reel Capitol Comedy, and '-PATHE WEEKLY" EMPRESS THEATfiC TOD A Y- THOMAS R HOBARfBOSWQ CAPTAIN OTTO KRUG, ONCE CALLED EVEN HAD HIS BEHIND THE DOOR. COMEI A STORY OF LOVE AND THE SEA, THAT WILL "GET" YOU EVERY SECOND. FAVORITE, THE CHRISTIE BEAUTIES IN A SCREAMING COMEDY "SALVATION SUE" OUTING CHESTER'S LATEST REVIEW SPECIAL ARRANGED MUSICAL PROGRAMME BY EMPRESS ORCHESTRA POSITIVELY THE BEST AKD GREATEST SHOW WE HAVE YET OFFERED. ;