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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920 THE LETHBRIDfiK DAILY HERALD PAGE F1VB PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE ARKETS WINNIPEG, May Oittrings ot :asn grains continued light today. I There was a demand for bolh oats and barley with, spreads un- changed. Tbero was no demand for rye or flax tpday with practically no t In oats and flax future market u big advance was recorded. The oats advance was caused In part by heavy short coverings 'and very little offer- Ing's. The tlai inarket was small but full ot rapid fluctuations. Gala closed higher for May July 3i4e higher, and October Iftc higher. Barley higher for May higher for: July, and 2c higher for October. Flax closed 19c higher for May and 18Sc higher tor July Hya 12e higher for May. Quotations Open. Close May ...............120 125 July..............108% 110 Octoher ..i May ..............164 154 Oclober May 115 July..............485 479 Hay..........-. 230 230 Cash Prices OATS- No. 2 C.W.. .125 No. 3 C.W.. EiL-a No. 1 Feed ..............123 No. 1 Feed. .120K> No. 2 Feed. .118% Track ........................110 No. 3 C.W.. .181 No. 4 C.W.. .169 Funeral of Late D. J. Campbell Largely Attended By The Old Timers VIEW OF EMPIRE BAY AND ITS MEANING LONDON, May (By Canadian Associated Times, which publishes a big "Empire" number to- day, deals la lie editorial columns with, tin ani lessons ot Em- pire Uay celebrations. It says: "Inasmuch as the whole empire is the creation ot single race, the em- pire bears In every part the scheme of a single tradition and it Is noj linpos- slbla to believe the'future will see the continued growth of a single imperial ideal, achieving in days of peace vic- tories as great as those which the kindred Ideal achieved in days of war." parable lives right up to his in the place does not seem Icatioa at this far corner of the reputation with, one ot the cleverest normally possible for bin) to be. luggltDg ?ct6. seen here. He is a J The first ol these occasions Is dur- north. Joseph Treffery, a product of elita society, but a fugitive In the north Itcjecled .155 Track J.................102% No. 1 N.W.C..................475 No. 2 C.W.. No. 3 Condemned ,355 Track.....479 No. 2 C.W. Winnipeg Llvettock WINNIPEG, Ulay (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, May May 20th, 1920, was a memorable day for Macleod and district, wiien the people turned out in a body to pay their last respects to an old citizen, D. J. D. Campbell, who since 1882 has made- his homo In Macleod; His friends from Pincher Creek, Lethbrldge and the surrounding country attended. The funeral was from the home to the Church of England at four o'clock, then to the C. P. K. depot where the remains were shipped to St. Hilalrs, Quebec, and were accompanied by hii son Archibald. The funeral proces- sion was a large one, and following the hearso were the Mourners, Buy Scouts, officers of (he It. C. M. P., Ma sons, oldtimers and the public. An auto loaded with flowers led the auto procession. He had many friends. Mr. Hull ot Edmonton, representing the Alberta Social Sen-ice" League, spoke in the Methodist church Sunday morning, and In the Presbyterian church in the evening, on tie referen dura, explaining the different ways of working, and what will be required of each voter at the coming election. An organization was formed to look after: (ho Macleod constituency. The irrigation surveyors having completed their work at this end ot the ditch, moved to Barons district. They expect to return about'July 1st to begin operations on the big ditch Pleased Over Attitude of Japan on Kiao Chati and Railways PEKING. May Chinese gov- pleasant looking chap, with Ihe right'ing the sccno in Lady Antrupp'3 gar- _ His tricts are performed That suspicious hostess baa dis- country escaping from the Mounted -Hb. neatness and dUpatch, orered the scar on tho hand of the nas barely tlme on reaching Ver Valln Company in a clever man who Is supposed to be Chllcotte., cabin to dart to safety offer something but who Is in reality Loder. Spy talk tlle of Memory's room. Tom 3 In the air and suspicion Is at once. betvreen suspicion and sympathy, sha entirely new In this line of entertain- ment. Valla li an sort ventriloquist und does not rely on the old stylq of dolls and dummies to fur- nish his laughi. He has a number of "assistants" to his work, particularly a large life jjizo mechanical "doll." Laughs galore are furnished by DC! and- Edna EIHptt in their funny duo- ernment "Saturday sent its long de- loguo which they style "the- Elusive ferred reply to Japan on the subject Fifteen." Roars of, langhter greeted ot Shantung, says a dispatch lo the this jovial couple last night. They are London Times. The- reply expressed far ahead of any. act of this nature aroused. Loder steps back Into an! to Trcffery'g piea for help ihen alcove of the garden and by accident aa iells her that he has w-rong; escapes at the same time that Chil- cote, impersonated a double of uncan- ny resemblance, appears. The police Into the alcove, and drags the alter through a gateway; only to dis- cover that they are face to face with pleasure tbat Japan proposes to re- turn, Kfao-Chau and would withdraw tho railway management, but fails to seen at the Colonial in many months. George Charbino and Co. close the show trllh a remarkable acrobatic the see the necessity of formal negotla-' art. the feature of which Is Charbino's Uons China, tha reply states, Is slide for life down a long elevated ready atany moment to take over the slide. This is e good act with policlng ot the railway which respon- stamp of originality, sibillty was hers woen tho railway was a German concession. To Be Big Foun- dation Gives Land for School bardens UANUMENT TO AUTHOR OF MONUMENT TO HVHN Livestock Receipts: cattle and 43 hogs. 124 Trading was q.uict tliis morning aiid not sufficlc: establisli a. that when completed, make many farmers happy by always having water foi' their land. Travellers ia the various lines of :at sales wero rceonled to I Travellers ia tne various lines 01 price ranse. A tew good report business improving jn the bulchfr cows changed iiands at from, south, and that JIacleod _Is Jli.OO to A number of handy-j business town for them. a good weight butclier steers from UO.OO to J17.00. weighed up] A gathering in houor of Rev. Dr. Hog receipts were light witu prices firm at for selects. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, May, (Dominion Livestock receipts 201, of which 150 were on through .biilhiB; 2C9 libgs, which 225 were Summervillo and Jlrs. Summen-llle v.-as held at tho home ot Mrs. Grady, when the various churches were repre- sented by the ladles present and a pleaeant and profitable afternoon was spent by those" present. Mrs. Snm- merville and her daughter left Friday night for their home In Toronto. The regular meeting of the Daugh- also on through billing, and 72 mutton o[ tllD Empire held Tuesday sheep wero unloaded at the yards tne regular business the choice the week-end. There was not enough of a jo attend the meeting in business to constitute a market. Two Calgary May 24th was made bulls, J7.60 and respeclivoly; n..cho1ce was Mrfi_ A p Grauy. stocker heifer at ?8.25, and_two calves__________________. at and the total Bales of cattle. Some mutton went at 516.75, and ?J2.0fl to bid on hogs. N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK, May sales: C. P. R. 116; U. S. Steel 91H; U. S. Steel preferred 105. (From Our Own Correspondent) NOBLBFORD, May big event of the spring season at Noble- ford will be the entertainment ql the Noblelord Choral Society on Tuesday evening, June 1st, in the K. of P. hall. The first part of tho prograrnme_will include a "Pageant of the consisting of the music, typical dances, and costuming of the various peoples. The InEt part will contain groups ol "Ye Old Tyrae Bongs" in costume, in which the Choral Society be as- sisted fcy ;-MIss Wilson of Ixith- bridgo in a solo group. Miss Corene Gerber will assist with the dances which will play an important part In the The entire programme Is sura to prove quite a novelty and is being look- ed forward to with tho keenest inter- est by all living in the district. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble Calgary on Saturday. The Ladies' Aid met at tlie home of Mrs. Swailes on Thursday afternoon last. The ncit meeting will be nt tlie home of Sirs. E. li. Cody on Wednes- day of this week. In the School Fair news of last week we omitted the statement that the land for the school gardens was donated by the Noble Foundation Ltd., ready prepared and in excellent shape for planting. The gardens are almost all in and the pupils' interest in the work and competition shows no signs of re- laxing. Mrs. Beaubier of Champion will ad- dress a special meeting of the Wo1 men's Institute on'Wednesday after- noon at three o'clock in the Hotel Parlor. MtLLlJROOK, OnL, Slay monument ot white granite 12 feet In height, erected to tho ujemory Joseph'Scriven, anthor'of the famoirsi hymn "What a Friend Wo Have in Jesus" was yesterday by Premier Drury Ia the' presence people. An excellent feature picture entitled "Beckoning Roads" in which Bessie Barrlscala plays the lead, and the lat- est Paths completes the show. The same bill will bo repeated tonli last and those look: entertainment will find SWISWIIT BOSTON WOOL MARKET Boston Daily News Record, un- der dnto of May i2lh, says: ?ost and not substitute? Another startling change occurs in the last act when Post as leaves his rooms with tha substitutes as Chll- cote lying asleep on Uie couchl A few moments later, when Chilcote awak- ens, U h Post who Is there to speak the lines. "Tho IS 'bilng pre- sented at the Majestic on evening, May 26, for oae ilght qaly, COMING TO COLONIAL, "Jacques of the SHvep korth.'t Mil- chell Lewis' latest Select Picture which comes lo the Colonial' thtalra on "Wednesday and Thursday, is a virile slory of the northwest where men and women live 'accoMlng to j their own code ol morals and to break them Is to die. Jacques La Rouge.-Canuck trapper.I great of soul with the gentleness.ot; a baby and the ferocity of a wolf, is a great favorite at the trading post of grizzled old Don Daird, where'Memory i Balrd, her father, Malamuta Mike and Tennessee Jake preseut a. happy pic- ture In tho one bright spot of civil- fully accused of a crime'which he did not commit. She shields him when entrance into the room. Jacques La Rouge has seen Treffery enter the window, but when tie IB seeded to search the room for the hunted man, ho reports that no one Is Memory's sake. Later Memory and Jacques, on a deer-hunting expedition, become separ- ated in the forest and after many miles of tramping Memory flnds herself at the Raven Roost, a disreputable inn, where Treffery has taken refuge. Blake, the proprietor of the place, Is expecting a new dancing girl and when he sees Memory he takes her for tho girl he Is expecting. Treffery says that she has come there to marry him. Blake forces Memory to marry of a pistol. scenB and Treffery flnds his wedding day 1 very sorry one. Treltery at the point Jacques arrives on the Doualas Fairbanks' New Production Smashes All Favored Jinxs by Disproving Many Pet Theories. EMPRESS THEATRE A recent bulletin isaucJ by the Na- Everyone who stes "The Masquer- ader" has ah explanation of the tricks by which Guy; Bates Post, who plays the role' of John Cbilcote, and John Lofler, appears'to be in two places atj the same time.. Of course, the diffi- culties' in" double part are] great, just from tho one standpoint ot the BUddeh'shifts in characterization, makeup and, costume. But, In add! "Wings of the Morning" Supreme In thrills; lUspente end tltt power to fascinate. A great story of the rotrlng of man who sacrifices his hihnbr to save a woman's good name. WILLIAM FARNUM'S' Greatest Succew. EMPRESS, THURS- DAY this vretki tlonal Bureau pf.TlCEearch states tbat lion, the playwright has put the star more than sixteen million person of. in a tight box, on two special occa- the United Slates and Canada, rang- sions in the play and It takes tho au- ing in age from sixteen to sixty yean; dience several moments each time to and of both sexes, fall lo follow tlie dictates oE their own minds in decid- ing tho everyday happenings ot ".ife, but that they re3y on fortune tellers, recover from the shock ot seeing him clairvoyants, phrenogolisls, readers, j aslrolog- (From Our Own Correspondent) CLA.HKSHOLM, May j Stavenson, one of the old timers of 'While the local wool market con- this district, has sold bis farm west of tinues dull find Inactive, Western town to Fred Burton. 'Mr. Stevenson primary markets have suddenly shown intends going lo the coast for a short considerable activity, and a good start visit and then he will gb to Ontario to has been made toward securing the visit his old homo after an absence of best fine and flno medium clothing 30 years. wools in Ulah. Several of tho largest We aro glad to report that Mrs. clips and accumulations In tho State Charles N'owlln, who-has been ser- have been bought or contracted for by iously ill for some time past, Is Im- Kastern buyers during tho last ten proving, (lays, tho Usual prlco being 70 to 72 The many friends of D. J. Campbell, cents, though it Is reported that an' of Macleod, who was well Vnown in occasional clip has sold up to 71 wero shocked to' bear of cents. Nevada Is now said to be well bin sudden death. Mr. Campbell was sold, the early wools in Arizona being highly thought of in Clarosholm, and well cleaned up. In other sections hln family at Macleod have the sym- Institute Plans to Make Money To Spend On Beautifying The Cemetery scarcely anylbing lias been done, as shearing baa been delayed by storms and cold wealber. Tho new Arizona wools are report- pathy of tho entire- community. Several rases of Interest were set- tled today at the postponed silting of the district court The first case on ud to be going Blowly. Some of tho tho docket was Dickey vs Fraser and more eager buyers quickly snapped up Peck Real Estate Agents, Claresholni. (From Our Own Correspondent) WARNER. May regula meeting of the Wamer Women's In- stitute was held on May 20lh al the homo ot MIB. Grunwald. Owing lo such busy times only fifleen were pros ent but nevertheless it was an enjoy able meeting. There wero severs' good articles on the program and it was decided lo have "a dance in the Athletic hall on June IS, for Iho pui- pose of making some money lo help ists or other wh6 profess; to have pow-. er over the human destiny. The remarkable statement of this research society goes :on further 'to state Hi at in this country alone thero s a circulation of ten million Oulja boards. In this myslfe 'little toy, men, vomen and children place thsir faith n future happiness and deeds qf glory as well as disastrous happenings are attributed to the weird predictions ot the Oulja. Douglas Fairbanks is one ot tho ten million Onija enthusiasts.included in .he findings ot tho research statician. When the great question ot future lappiness, marriage, confronts him in his latest United Artists screen pre- diction, "When the Clouds Roll which is being shown at tho Empress Theatre today. Doug, appeals to the Ouija and strange as it may seem Iho littlp felt-footed indicator furnishes the answer In an amazing manner. "When the Clouds Roll By" is pos- itively "Doug's" best picture. Hund- reds enjoyed it yesterday and hund. reds were turner! nway. You can't af- ford to miss it. Take our advlco and come early. It's a treat that you can't help but enjoy. HOLIDAY VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL The Colonial theatre was not half big enough to accommodate the crowds who flocked there last night see tho attractive holiday vnude MRS. A. L. WILDRICK, of Los Angeles, Calif., who cays she had to spend half her .time. In and could not get relief until she look Tanlacv Declares she now feels as well at she ever felt in her life and that the has gained fifteen pounds in weight.. EMPRESS TODAY TOMORROW DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in His Greatest Picture OLONIA THEATRE DIRECTION LEN S BROWN TONIGHT (TUESDAY) TJic following remarkable state, ment was mads recently by Mrs. A. L. pose 01 maKing snmu luuuuj lu i, holni- Thn was niiuie iraciiuj uj mia. 11, improve the- cemetery. A fine lunch to tho merry too and Lr WiWrlck, a well-known nnd highly re ,'clock by Ihe "n spectcd resMenTot Los Angeles, Cal- ing adjourned uJ.nt> tho more cnjoy- II., living at No. 222 North Alvarado W33 served aboul five o' hostess, when [he meetin to meet with tho secretary June 17. Her. W. li. Dengls, with Mrs. Den- gis and little son, returned on Friday all tho early offerings that showed Tho case grew out of commissions on f Ontario, where thev have spent KOOil staple. Hut the shorter wools tho sale of a plnco of land east of. fl Lys are not going so well, and buyers dls- J the last weens. .vir. ucngis snjs posed to allow tho consignees to them lor a while Tho following aro the prices on Ter- ritory Wool, scoured basis: no a pi.cootiana east 01, h t fl Mr ls town. Thn judge ruled In favor of Ihe lh t )nl h bccn ollc of thc able. Harry Bardei, hilled as "the incom- Dickey with costs. Another ;reat interest was W. JicNab vs Frank Wall as to tho carrying out ot a lease on a farm. The trial judge Fine staplo to J2.16; ruled In tavor of the defendant with 1-2 blood to J1.90' cosls. These were all tho cases before S-8 blood to the court this session. blood slaplo fl.06 lo W. O. Moffatt has been In Edmon- Kine clothing to jl.90 ton for the past week whore he at- Kinc-medium clolhlng to tended tho musical festival. POSTJM CF iNSTAHf A BEVZHMIC Less Trouble to make your taHe beverage when it is INSTANT POSTUM It is made instantly by adding hot water to a spoonful in the cuj stirring and adding sugar and cream to taste, Sold by Grocers .....___ and longest experienced Ontario for many years. Mr. Dengia wns appointed an older of Ihe church luring tho session ot the church con- erencc, besides acting on important committees. Mr. Orme has nrrlved In Warner to Assume the managership of the Can- adian Bank of Commerce here. Mrs. Orme accompanied him, nnd they will reside- in the house recently vacated >y Mr. Ixiwis. Miss Hobertson and Miss Thomp. ion, formerly of the local school staff, aro spending tlie holiday with friends tiere. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE GEO. CHARBINO CO. Acrobats, featuring "The .Slide for Ute.'1 HARRY BARDELL Juggler. DEL AiNO EDNA ELLIOTT "The Elusive fifteen" -fro' VER VAL1N Venlrilowiinl Oddity BESSIE BARRISCALE in "BECKONING ROADS" WEDNESDAY THURS, A REGULAR BUST I vgotosmuh? Hafd luck ever itkk {to you leech? When U doo- :can you imile? If yod think you? I hive come mj DOUGLAS MISS BILLINGTON TO VISIT CANADA WITH BRITISH PRESS PARTY J.ONTION, May ndlan Associated onlj lady reprcsoTilalives to attend the Im po'rkil Press conference In Canada bo Miss Mary Frances Illlllngton, o the Daily Telegraph, who officially represents the Socieiy of Women Jour nallsls. of which Viscountess North oliffo Is now president. Miss Uilllngton was president of Uiu socloly from 1913 lo 1913 and did val uoble work In helping to oMaln per mission for a fow women writers t visrt the base and lines of commun ication In Franca in connection will the work of women during tlie war. Miss Bllllnglon has been twice I India, but vK lie hor first vial to Canada, t Slrcel. la 69 years of age and la the .mother ot seven child ren. Her photograph appears here. "For the.' past, year or aaW Mrs. Wiidrlck, "1 have, been in vorj poor health, suffered principally from chronic indigestion and ray con. dition wua so bnii 1 had lo spend hnl' r of my time In bed from sheer weak L; ness. In aplte of all tho medicine 1 I look I could not possibly gel any n I iict and I became- so nervous and ur MADAME LAMBERT TELLS THEM strung that at limes 1 could harll TO USE DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS realize what 1 was doing. I just had 110 all and suffered terr To Prolong Their Health and Strength My nearly all Iho llmo with indlges Has Used Dodd's Kidney Pills lion and was rfally In a very bad wsy wltli. Entire Satitf.icllon. j physically. If I cat a. little some LYST.KU STATION, Megantic thing I would nlways H misoi May able, distressed feeling atlerwnrrt those who testify lo the benefit resetv- I tell you I was going down hill prd cd from tho use of Dodd's KJdney ty fasL Pills nono Is more entlnitlagtlc than, "Well, I luH can't find words to id' Madanio Prcdcrle Lambert, a well-! you how really bail off I was and alS' known resident hero. (to tell you.what Tanlac has flour; fo "Dodd's Kidney I'llls gave mo both me, for 1 feel as well now a.i I relief nnd Mrs. Lambert felt In my life. Why. after taklnr 'For two years I from only three and a halt hollies of this kidney disease, which greatly onfecb-i medicine I havo ac-timlly gained 15 ltd me. I tried other treatments from pounds In wo.'Kht and everyone tell Store Nite. in his new picture MIEN THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" IF YOU MISS THIS ONE, YOU'LL MISS THE SEASON'S GREATEST TREAT. Hundred's Saw It Ytiterday, anii Hunrfrcds Turned Away, Come Early and Avoid the Crowd t. MRS. SIDNEY DREW In One of Those Original Laugh Makers. COMING THURSDAY WILLIAM FARNUM In "Wings of the Morning" MAJESTIC, WED., MAY 26 GUY BATES CurUln at o'clock', First Floor Balcony, Ko Phone Orders. No kite L.ld Atldi, No One Stated Durtns Prologue, In the Mmals ot timfi tn time, but without success. "Haying read much about Dcxld's mo I nm looking better than in years! "S'nco 1 have been taking Ttvnlac Kidney Pills. I decided lo give Ihom a I have found out that several of my trial. I bought tour hDies and (ho Intimate friends nro nlso taking It ant' result was to my cnt'ro everyone of them arc delighted will- "I recommend Doitd'a Kiduey Pills] ft I am surely glad to reconvnent! to young persons lo prolong their, Tanlnc and hoip spread the health and slrength." of this medicine. Yes, I want you to Madamo Lambert speaks especially! use my pholdgraph too, so that all lo the young, but Dodd's Kidney Pills my friends mtiy soo how woll 1 are have been used by young and old who looking. Anyone who could tee mo have suffered from sick kidneys nnd now after seeing mo only ft few weokr Ihe dlseas-cs that spring from Blek kid- ago would convinced that Tanloc noys. The results they have given aro must bo a really wonderful medicine." thoif claim to popularity -with Iho j Tanlac I: In Lrtthbrld'gs b> Canadian public, John D. Kijjlnbolham ft Co.; in Ajskyour neighbors il Dodd's Kidney] hurst by Diapond Drue ft Stationery I'ills aro not the standard remedy and in'Warncr br Mrs. N, Kidney AN EPOCH-maklno event amuBemenl] la tho prMentftlion or Richard Walton Tully of Iho ptished-Amerlcan actor, GUY BATES POST, fn tho Irridcscent bubble ot modern humanity, dramatic masterpiece by John Hunter Booth, token from tbo widely read novel ot Kalherlno well Tourston, Intimately tho llvoa of ivo men who mst In tho fog and trad- ed identities and llTlng'.quartoni. Thft dual thjfatterliitlcn offers Mr, Poet t wonderfirt opportunity and tho contrasted char- acters are Impersonated by him with all the art of R genius mind. His drug Hend Is a, pitiful wretch; hla Loder, the Ihs mental and moral sirtilhMl} of the other. More Inteniley nnd artUUcslly Intcreitlng lhan and more massive In prcsenta- lion than any modern play, ftnd yet, eo deftly tlono, ita ponderous scents inovo with Iho smooth rapIdKy of an uninterrupted panorama, and that fs what this wonderful play A I J VINO, MOVING, TALKING KEI-WSC OF THH WAHP AND WOOF OF HUMANITY. The Ponderous of all Modtrn pul- with the element that eomprliei prexnttd In "THE MASQUERADER" ;