Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
"WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1920 THE UTTHBRIME DAILY HEKALD PAGE PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE MARKETS May account ol th? great aiivauce in all grades of oats except No. 3 C. spreads have wtiMud to the deliverable discount under May. No. 3 C. is very scarce and those who have require- ments for'the'purpise ol filling tonn- at Fort William And great diffi- culty In'EBciirlDB wheat they need Jor this purpose. Cash barley was la good demand to day for all grides. Offerings contin- ued light and spreads wore unchang- ed. Hye and fla% markets were very dull and featureless. .May oats closed t-' n.- J} ff -J FIND WOOL SUBSTITUTE LEEDS. England. May Experiments are being conduct- ed at tho Textile institute in manufacturing by a chemical process artificial wool from cal- luloso derived from cotloii waste. Tho efforts have been very successful and, although it Is only a substitute for wool. It is said to hare great wear- Ing properties, especially If used with other fabrics. A! %4e higher for October. Flax down for May and unchanged July. Rye 4c higher for May. Quotations: OATS Jlay 126 July Oct May 1WH July 164% Oct May July May Cash Prices 2 C. W. ...12D 3 C. W. listra 1 Feed .103 .169 .160 .16GL! 1 peed .....124 2 Feed.....121 Track ....115 3 C. 4 C. W. Rejected, Feed 2 C. 3 C. W.....404% Condemned S C. W.....................---234 N. Y. Stocks NEW YORK, May 2C-Closlng sales: C. P. R. U. S. Steel 92H; U. S. Bteel preferred 105K- Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Slay Livestock 610 cat- tle, 930 hogs and 12 sheep. The market this morniiis was ac- tive and quotations In butcher cattlo -were generally steady to strong. Choice Quality hutchcr steers lopped at 18.00, with bulk from 15.00 to 17.00 Female butchers from 13.00 to 15.05, Trlth fair quality, at 3.50 to 12.00. Veal calvoX'top grades reached 520 with bulk ranging from 15.00 to IS. The hog market opened with .buyers >Udmg In line with yesterday's close of 22.00. of Alberta during the year 1919, for land which were tho de- Iparttnent: There births, this num- her being TGO'less than In the previous 129 jycar. There.Is however no decline In 115 the general trend ol the birth rate as the number ot births for 191S was ab- normal, the number for the year 1919 1CS being higher than for any previous j year with tho eicepliou ol 1913. With 151 i regard to the racial origin of ,the chll- jdren, last, year's report slated that 479Vi j after the war, the number of children 479 j bom of British parents would laWy Increase. This year's figures 234 bear out tbis forecast, as although there Is a small decrease in trie num- tar ot children born of Cansdian a'.iiJ U. S. A. parents and a larger decrease 120 In those of-foreign parentage. The r.Biaber o[ those of British parentage is exactly the same as the previous 3003. The number ol-malo children born was 7317 and female children 6S13. Young and Old Marry 9436 persons were.married during the year, that Is, there were 4718 in' rlages, an Increase of 678 over the previous year, practically the whole if ilhiSf increase being amongst Can- an 'increase of 69 over the previous vear. Sleeping sickness, a disease practically new to the province, Its appearance and was the cauae ol S deaths. Infantile mortality Is still increas ng, the deaths of children under one rear of age numbering 1550, the rate- >er 1000 births for this year' being L10.3 as against 107.1 for 191S and 87.; 'or 1917. It is evident that all tho child welfare work that can be under laken Is necessary. A perusal ot the tables will show that a large percent age of these children died from pre ventable- diseases and causes which could be avoided if tha parents pos sessed more knowledge ot the hyglem of infancy. There were 39 deaths by suicide, 1 by murder or manslaughter and 282 b accident. The still births numberet 314 compared with 335 "for the ious year. WON'T JOIN LABOR PARTY NEW N. B. MINISTER SWORN IN TODAY ST. JOHN, N.B., Jlay W Itoborts. MjD., minister ot health in the New Brunswick government, was formally sworn In today. sf n adians and British. Twenty-four brides and no bridegrooms were between the ages of 15 and 10 years whilst 32 rooms and 13, brides were GO years of age or more. As In previous years he most popular, marrying ago Is from 20 to 24 for the brides and from 25 to 29 for the grooms: 6507 persons-died during the year, this "being a decrease of 2417 com- pared with the year 1918, ivhcn ;7924 persons died, the death rate this year bolng 9.33 per 1000 Inhabitants com- pared with 13.68 in the year 1918. Epi- demic influenza is still responsible for this high death rate which in normal years should average about 8 inhabitants. There-were 1049 deaths from this cfluse practically all occur ring in the first five months of tho LONDON, May Associated Press.) A resolutlb came up before the annual conferenc ot the National Federation of Di charged and Demobilized Soldier that the federation, should work tho Labor party. Tho proposer sal that the federation was going steadll downward, its program being-too na row. The resolution was negative the question of affiliation with an political party being referred to a sp cial ballot: E Tovislonal Government Seems To Be Unable to Control The Situation tew survivors being picked up and bringing the news of the fearful trag- edy of the sea to the world. Only ono woinan was saved. What.a great storm at. sea Is like and what an angry ocean can do to an ocean, giant when whipped Into a furr. tossing this master craft of man's ingenuity as wreckage rocky shore. Is graphically shewn in "Wings of the Morning." in which Wil- liam Farn'jm plays the hero. Fairbanks' great laugh ins the Clouds Roll will Ghown. tonight tor the hist time. First show at 7.35. secwid at 9.16 p.m. Brin-s the children and come early. We- will do the LONDON, message from Duraizo pictures Albania as iu tho hroes of civil war, the ultimate con- eouence of irhlch it is impossible to STIRRING CANADIAN NORTH orecast. according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Rome today, 'he provisional governments seem in- WOODS PLAY AT THE COLONIAL TODAY _ If you like the pictures of the north of dominating the situation own real nd call to tho colors tor the c.Mab-! men and women, with heart Interest lahment of a :natlona! array remains; and suspense, a picture thai teaches, unanswered, the message declares! and entertains, a picture that will .The Greeks, who formerly were leave you something lo think about, o'us to occupy Northern Eplnis, have j go to the Colonial theatre today or decided to delay the occupation, aud see one of tile greatest ng complications aud attacks by pictures of the ever filmed bands, the advices assert. Tho civil- of the Silver North." Mlt- ..........chell Lewis' latest Select Picture. It is the story of Jacques La Rouge, withdraw their garrisons from the '.n- Canuck trapper, who sacrifices every- terlor. thing for the girl he loves. Memory Baird is forced to marry Treffery, a product of elite society, but a fugitive j In the north. Jacques' main aim in life is to make the world as happy a place as possible for Memory, the girl he worships. lie frees her from the objectionable bonds that tie her to the man she hates and later sacrifices everything to make her happy. The story Is beautifully told, excel- lently directed and. many exquisite i bits of the north country furnish a background for this delightful picture. An excellent cast Including Fritz! plays the lead opposite Mr. Lewis, Is seen. Piquant and yet delicate This is the flavor of Lanka. Famous Lanka British grown in Ceylon's hill gardens. so blendedthat the flavor is mild and .The and tempting; the and spark- ling. I WM. BRAID at co.n Vancouver, Canada I ASQUITH AND REFORM CLUB LONDON, May Canadian Associated is to dine at the Reform Club.on June 1G. which some regard as a sign of the' club's departure from Its neutral altitude Lloyd Oeoree and Mr. Asuulth. In speeches in Scot- land, Mr. 'Asquith; has been advocat- ing placing Ireland on the same foot- ing as the great self-governing domin- ions. year and being the tail great epidemic of ISIS. end of thej Pneumonia and bronchopneuhionia as usual were responsible for the greatest number of deaths from ordinary causes, the num- ber being 345. Tuberculosis of the lungs accounted for 278_deaths, being a reduction of 57 from the previous year, whilst diarrhoea and enteritis, usi BOLSHEVIK TRADE' MINJSTER IS ON HIS WAY TO LONDON liich was very preTalent during Aug- the central sorlet it and September-caused 257 ed, despite recent COPENHAGEN, May Kraasin, Russian Bolshevik minister of trade and commerce, who has been here since early in April, in connec lion with Russia's trade relations, haa left for London by way of'Stockholm Before leaving he signed a statement to the effect that the constitution o let ha's not been Chang events. is rich in the solidrneaty values of wheat and malt- ed barley, and has a sub- stantial amount of sugar. This sugar is not added in making but is developed from these grains by pro- cessing and long baking. This decreases your sugar requirements, for the av- erage cereal needs sugar for greatest palatability. needs none. Bear this in mind when you order your cereal and ask for "There's a Reason9' Hade by Canadian Poatum Cereal Co. Ltd.Windsor, Ont. The great American" actor, Guy. Bates Post, will be seen at the Majes- tic theatre tonight only in "The Mas- unquestionably America's greatest dramatic- success and a play calling for his finest abilities. It will be a theatrical .event of the first 1m- lortance. The Is based on Katherine Cecil Thurston's story of John and distin- ;ulshed parliamentary leader, yet such a drug addict that he would renounce anything for the In a Lon- don fog meets John Loder, a young jack writer of- political ambitions, with-a'resemblance so marked that Chilcote, seeing a way to free himself; from the world, proposes that they change places.- Tho feasibility of the plan is en- hanced because Chilcote has been estranged from his wife and his moodl- ness brings no surprise from his ser- vants and friends; Sxjder, accepting the proposal of Chilcote, assumes the latter's an address to parliament was to have delivered, scores sensationally. Post In tho dual, role gives a truly remarkable performance. The me- chanical devices brought to the play by nicbnrd Walton, Tully, the produc- er, aie far in advance of, anything of a similar nature'se'e'ni'id a stagedom during the past decade." Post's original company, which will be" seen here, embraces such players as Alice John, Klwyu Eaton, Clarence Adcle Ritchie, Reginald Carrlngtou and others. Owing to tho tremendous stage set ting the. curtain will not rise until nine o'clock. A good advance sale In dlcates a capacity housa for this most YCI pretentious ottering of.tho.local sea WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVE HER ALONE Miss Eva P. Yateraan, Krugersdprf, Ont., teel that 1 must write and tell you of the great benefit I have received from JIIlburn'E Heart and Nerve Pills. About four years I was taken terribly bad with my nerves and fainting spells, and was down in bed for about six months I doctored with two different doctors seemed lo get better, although the fainting spoils would not leave me. I would take such terrible fall3 wherever I was, that it was not safe to leave me alone at any. time. 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EMPRESS THEATRE, .THURSDAY The realistic shipwreck scene in Uie VilHam JbVtt plclurizalldn .of Louis 'racy's novel, "Wings 61 the Morn- in which William Karnum, will la seen Thursday and Friday at tho Impress Theatre, recalls many fearful ragedles of the sea which have thrll ed the civilized world.; memory Is the mysterious disappearance of the United Stales collier Cyclops, which sailed from Itio ie Janeiro wiih a cargo 0[ manganese ind three hundred persons and wan n.st seen sailing from liflibadocss, West Indies, on March 4th, ISIS. From that lino until tho present n6t n trace of .his vessel has beeta foii'rtd, nlthougl United Slaies cruisers, a'lllong others lave searched the scaa for a-radius ol many hundreds of miles. Since J871 tho United Slalca gov has lost In tho same myster- ious fashion seventeen dthor Among them fere ihu Saratoga, a ship of eighteen guns, commanded by Qnpl. John Young, which was lost with all on board In March, 1871. A few later Ihe General Dales, al- so a ship of eighteen guns, wns lost without leaving n" trace of trie tragedy. .Tho 1'ickcrtnsr, a brig ol fourteen guns and a cre-w of ninety men, sailed from Newcastle, Delaware, for the Onadatoupo station, and never was heard from afterward. A marine disaster fresh in mind is tho loss of Iho Titanic, with a death roll ot more than a thousand. Run- ning at full speed on htr maiden transatlantic voyage, this palatial lev- iathan of the sea .an Iceberg, receiving a mortal wound which sent her to the bottom. Before the days of tho .wireless the world wna shocked by the'sinking of the French liner La Donrgoyne, with tho loss of nearly everyone COLONIAT TODAY AND! THURSDAY JLl The Great Plajr of trie (Jreal Canadian North Jacques of the Silver North WITH MITCHELL LEWIS And a Big Cast. Ono o( Ihc year's really "big" pictures. SCREEN MAGAZINE AND COMEDY FEATURES COUNTRY STORE NITEi- 35c and 10c -FRI. 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