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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWDAY, MM! 28, 1920 THE LFTHBRIDGEJ DAILY .HKRAMJ PAGE FIVt PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE the Admiralty Act, arsd the Juvenllo Delinquents Act. An extension of tirao tlie remanU ot WINNIPEG, The market extremely qujpt today aud'prac- tically no-business was consummated. Tbero was a llttlo demand for No. 3 srade oats at tf c premium over May, but other grades Of oats, barley, rye had no With-nobody Irylng to sell, Indications are that stocks uro pretty well cleaned up. Oals closed Itfe lower for May; lower lor July, and lower lor October; barley closed %c lower May, 'and IHc down for July, and down lor October. Klai 7c down lor ilay Co lower for July. Hye tiighor for May. Quotations Open. Close. May 12714 323 July 113 lll'i October SJH May 163 July'.: 163% October V H' 455b July 4S3 457b October 138b which may bo erantetl a tha juvenile court is provided In tbo third measure; and certain definitions are made for Uio -application of juven- ile delinquents law. t in introducing an act. respecting the Canadian National Railways, Hon. J. 1) Held eiptalned that it was neces- sary to i.ermit tho government to ap- ply for u charter for three small ex- tensions ot tbo i national railways in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The bill goes to the railway committee. C. P. R. EARNINGS -May Canadian Pa citic -Hallway the month ot April, 1920. ex- cuses, net, J2.541.- 4U2- increase, increase n gross, lisa DorotUc-a Uurgan. O'er the Mooulit Sea" Mrs.'H. A. Lazerte and Irs. J. Russell Kennedy. Pianoforte "Hallelujah Chorus" Herbert Newingcr. Ladles' In Tales o( Hoffman" Vera lleu- on, Dena Huff, Violet Gant, Mrs. Kennedy, Sire. G. 11. McLeod, Mar- garet Watson, Ada Benson, II. jzerte, Gcrtrudo Wyman, Agnes Staf- 'ord, Nellie Watson, Kanny Keel, Uoro- hea Durgan. God Save tbe King. At tbe Viva RltOD. Cash Prices Xu. 2 C.W...12 No. 3 CAV...12014 Extra No. 1 Feed..............120 No 1 Feed. .115 No. 2 Feed. .115 Track No. a .ISO'i No. -1 C.W.. .ISS'.i Rejected and Feed............151VJ Track ..................KZ FLAX- NO. 1 N.W.C...................455 No. -i U.W...45L No. 3 C.W...a90 Condemned .315 Track ..45S No. 2 C.W.........1..........240 Calgary Livestock May 28. (Dominion Livestock ,.were 31 cattle and 147 hogs on tho market t< day for which there was keen dmnaiu witu an upward tendency m prices. A largo proportion of both' cattle and hogs went to Swiit Canadian for the west, the balance going to locaj pack- ers and butchers. The tor steers tor threo'stee'rs aver- aelng pounds. The best price was IJ5.25 for steers, with tho bulk of good, to choice aronnd -the latter' figure. The top on cows was nuy Keel. o' Mine" lisa Dorothea Uant. SHOW OF WONDERS AT THE COLONIAL TODAY AND SAT. ing James J. Corbetl, and is jammed packed full of thrills aud surprises. The last episode and the final in-: slalment o( "The Midnight Man" -will i be shown on this program. Those who have been following with interest this wonder serial will find In this Cnal chapter the happy wind-up to the story. AB a special added attraction for "Friday and. Saturday, the riotously funny two-part comedy, "Loose Lions and Wild will be featured. This is positively the coaiedy event of the year, it is one long howl ot laughter from start to finish. for Tlie bulk ono :cow 'ot l.OLO pounds. of sales of choice cows were nindo at JH.50, with good cows at jiO.00.Wll2.50. Three calves averaging ISO.potmds brought per cwt. The bulk brought from ?9.00 to One made 37.00; choice bulls quolerl to William Vamum In the William Po jitcturlzatiou" of Louis Tracy's uove "Wiugs ot tbo was scan fo the time yesterday at-tho ISu ursss Theatre, to a large house, whlc proved to be a'wonderful i fact Faraum's grea-test picture. nils production' 'tbe virile dramatic star in an unusually fine por-' traj-al. The story In ilselt keeps onet inter- ested from tho very beginning to ltd unusual ending. Mr. Farnuin never looked bolter than lie did In the first part of the pbotodrama, In his uniform of an English army oifictv. His splen- did and vivid acting during tho great shipwreck scene (which by tho svay, is tho finest piece of realism ever shown on tlie screen and his adventures on tbo i3land make a pic- ture which Is intensely dramatic throughout. The direction was flawless under iho hand of J. Gordon Biwarils, anJ Iho plioioxrapliy aud support were all that could be desired. Together with Mr. fTarnum are Been many big atars; including Prank -El- liot and Lolise Lovely, who v.-ill be well remembered in Letlibridge lor her great work in many big produc- tions seen on the Efcnpress screen. A ;rcat howling comedy, "Virtuous Hus iho'btll off: as absolutelj tho best seen here for some time. The breeziest show of the year will i ha ottered at tlie Colonial theatre to- day and Saturday, for the new bill is lull ot novel features, has the great- est two-part comedy riot ever produc- ed in It, and will also include the final chapter of "The Midnight Man." Tonight will be Country Store Vodvil Nite, -when another d! the happy, snappy events will lie stag- ed right bang up to the minute. A stagefull of. prizes will he banded out lo Iho lucky winners, and in addition to the prizes, oodles of Hughs are promised also. "The Prince of Avenue A" will be tho feature attraction. It is a stun- ning five-act special attraction, featur- LADIES' CHOIR OF 20 VOICES Children Under 16 Not Admitted _ ca-s. New York Stocks YORK, May Closing sales: C. P. K., 117; U. S. Steel, 01; TJ. S. Steel preferred, 10GV1. i Winnipeg Livestock '-WINNIPEG, May 29. Livestock receipts, 300, hogs 350' and sheep 85. 'Good quality butcher cattls were sfcircc loday and quotations held about steady at yesterday's close Choice steers quoted at 15.00 and IS Fair to good 12.00 to 14.00. Choice female butchers 15.00, and fair to good 3.50 lo 12.00. A liberal supply of veal calves were being disposed of freely at firm quo- tations. Choice quality from 15.00 to IS.OO. [Hogs steady at yesterday's close, 22.00 for selects. SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT A very distinctive and'anistic con-, cert recital will be given atjthe Col- uniai tlieatre on Sunday; evening next, nt .unusually good b'e liicludcd'on Uie program, one of the most important of which will be the Indies' choir of twenty voices. Following is'tliG program: Piano Homo and Coun- try" Jiisses Viola Green and Emma Green. "My lienrt Is IJke a Singing Bird" Mrs. J: Kussell Kennedy. do Jocelyn" -Miss Artie Lovetl. Spirits' Song" (Hay- Mrs. II. A. Lazcrle. Miss TODAY TOMORROW THE GREAT ALL BRITISH PRODUCTION Change -in' Laws Governing Race Track Belling Pro- posed .OTTAWA, May Canadian series o[ Important Etmcnd- jiibnls lo Ihc criminal code wore sub- niitlbil (o ttio house by tho minister of j justice this iiHcrnnon. One deals with racetrack Itctliitg. The law as ii slnml.s permits the carrying on ot "WRgera and betting upon racetracks. H is proposed 1o modify the present IrJKislallon by or- ganized telling lo Hie uso of parl- inutuel machines, and furthermore, lo rnake il a condition of the permission iif betting n r.ii-elrack lhat the )irofils derived from tho helling oper- ations shall bo restricted to1 a limited nlage ol llic amount at fiUiko. Aqe of Consent amendments to tlie criminal code, submitted liy -Mr, Dotierty, ex- lend theyiumhor and kind of firearms, tho carrying ol which is torbfdden; Ibey provide for Increasing tho nge dC consent; they rna'xo it-au oHensc lor an unauthorized person lo wear Jhililary or naval uniforms; they-pro- vido that a summons Issiuxl In ona province for Iho appearancftjot a per. son in another shall bo fsaued only un ricr Iho of Ihp jStlorney general of Hie provinco lii, jvhich the summons Is issued, and they ptovlrio for Aiorn sovord pcnolties'for, keeping rlisorderly housca. In regard to Ihe last iifimGd, a third offense must be jiunlshablo by iinprisonmcnt whether Iho person Is tho name or not. Kirflt reading- was given lo three bills Introduced by tho minister of Justice amending-the I'enitcrjliary'Act, "WINGS of the MORNING" WITH GREAT Williairi Fariium "Tlin'broaicst of all William num greatest anil strongest role- of bis carocr. ,The y re 'Success of. tie Season-' S-'. If you don't laugh; if you 'don't scrcnm, you never will. SPECIAL CHILOKEN'S MAT- INEE, SATURDAY, 2.00 P.M., FIVE CENTS TO ALL rOLONIAI VX TODAY SATDAY A SLAP-BANG SHOW FULL OF PEP, SURPRISES, THRILLS, AND COMEDY------A DANDY FIVE ACT FEATURE FINAL CHAPTER OF A SMASHING SERIAL------A POSITIVE WU.7) ANIMAL SENSATIONAL COMEDY RlOT LOOK AT THIS SHOW for TODAY AND SATURDAY IT'S A COMPLETE DRAMATIC TRIUMPH Known and loved by every man, woman and child on the lower East Side, the Prince was in danger losing his popularity because he could and did dress like a swell and visited the -wealthiest homes in the city. But he had a biggest in the world it makes a great picture. See that splendid Drtor, James J. Corbctt, p'.ay it. ALSO FINAL CHAPTER OF "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" You'Simply must sse this finish to this popular serial. It's jam- med-packcd full of thrills, and of course, has the Ending you have been waiting for. SPECIAL ADDED COMEDY FEATURE THE PART'WILD ANIMAL COMEDY RIOT "LOOSE LIONS AND FAST LOVERS" Here Is a comedy that vie arc tickled to death to show you. It'll make you laugh, it'll make you well, It'll make you holler until the tears roll down your you can't laugh at this comedy you'd better sec a doctor quick, ten Brown says he will give ten dollars In honest to goodness cash to anyone who can sit through this comedy and not LAUGH right out loud. Come on down arid try to win this ten, but you'll lose SUK, for you'll have to laugh. AND GATHER ROUND FOLKS AND LISTEN! TONIGHT IS THE BIG IS FRIDAY MEANS Country Store Vodvil Night Bigflcr, brighter, funnier than ever. Scores of happy, snappy useful prizes, Brino the whole family, bill for the luvoymlke come early or you may not be able'lo get i seat. And fo show you we are beating Old Man HICOSTALlVtN you'll tee this mammoth show, at our regular prices: ADULTS.............3si WE LOSE FIVE TO SAVE YOU TEN AND MORE We have gathered together a collection of 75 Suits In the newest spring aud summer patternsi Sizes 36 to 46. Regular values up to that we h'aVe reduced to Kiddies, Saturday Matinee................... 5c FOR SATURDAY SELLING ONLY Thus saving you the 10% luxury in addition to that a saving of from to on our regular prices. This special suit offer should crowd ou r store Saturday with eager clothing buyers as all garments on sale are the production of the very best and are exceptional values at our regul ar to an, early purchase, Other Lines Throughout Our Stock Exempt in Price From Luxury Tax for Week-End Selling MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS In Cluett and W. G. R. makes. up to Saturday Prices and THERE IS NO TAX on these new pattern ties at 35c, 75c, The Government permits us to offer these exceptional values in Spring and Summer Combination Underwear exempt from Luxury Tax owing to the very low prices MEN'S DRESS SHOES In dark tan and black calf. Regular i MEN'S COMBINATIONS In a variety of different weight cotton and wool cloths. Prices up to the special lines advertised as we, Have only a limited quantity to sell at these prices. BUY NOW AND SAVE! McKELVIE THE "2" M'S LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;