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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOHKU 23, 1910 THK LKTlinniDGE DAILY OTTAWA, Oct. auuHeiii- I (on of bran and shorts by Canadian millers ia costing farmers nuj dairy- men of Canada targe sums annually In loss of tallta fruui Ibe of vote- onous seeds fn uud sliorts. [La committee on uKHruUme was lylU this morning by Donald Sutliyr- l.inJ. South Oiford. Millers, bo said, liail been adnUerating tlielr diK'iE for yearn ivltti the addition of ficreenlngi anj weed uecdB and no rroseeution had over been lie aid there should havo been no heai- latjon In passing the bill was no need for reraHIng-ilie millers. They had asked io be liearuVbut could ijut reach Ottawa before Friday. The clmiriuan. II. C. flendere, sufigcsteil that the toinuitttco have a KCQcral discussion and (hen adjourn." There was highway robbery oT the said Mr. Sexsuilth, and The dust nnd (Jirt uf the nulls was sold U) them. Kcar- of losing the ilust at I'ort Colbornc had led to ibe closing of windows, which was ibe real cause of the explosion ami endangering of lives. In 190S. paid Mr. Seisintlh. one linn in bad been allowed to pout lurf mixed vitb R dairy fetd. Mr. Clarke, head of the seed branch, department or agriculture, aald (he .Adulteration Acl hail lieen referred (o UK a "patcliwork quilt" and flections wen.1 beliiK redrafted. .Canada la The dumping ground for foodstuffs Llmt can not. Jia in other countries. He nil vised that. Hie amendment miw before the coininltiec should 1m en- forced as" soon as possible. The law then shutilrl ho enforced. Mr. Sutherland, seconded uy Mr. Ki'Jdin'.th, mo veil Iht fallowing reso- lution, ivhich carried: "That, hi view of HIP poiloua re- sults arising.from the adulteration of bran shorls Ly the flour milling cuiniiafileB of Canada, annually rcsull- IJIK in the deaih of mniiy farm animals find serious injury to Ihe health of others, the committee would respect- fully rec'jmineiid thai Immediate steps be taken to ua'ss and "put Into effect bill NTo. 7, nn acl to amend the Adul- -li'r.itlon Act." k Tho roimiriUcc afterward agreed Jo adjourn until 11 o'clock toniorrow MANITOJJA TKACHERS WILL ASK JliOOO AS MINIMUM SALARY WINNIPEG, Oct. a meet- Ing of the salary committee of the Winnipeg branch of the Teach- ers' Federation the minimum stl- ary cf a year authorized recently by the school board wn tacitly repudiated and a minimum of endorsed. It waa an- nouncftd that the Feder- ation of the four wettern prow Incei had decided to form an al- liance. The Manitoba federation will hold its annual mealing Dec. with delegates In attend- ance and will secure Incorpora- tion OA articles In February, it was i2ld. J-OXDO.V. Oct. dlBcussiut; national finances in the housa 'of commons yesterday, J. Aualcu Cham- berlain, chancellor of tho exchequer, .said Ihe urerage daily oijitudliuro from April I to Sont. 30. this year, was and from Ocl Oct'. Jj U wna jnomiiiE, when the millers heard. he PREPARE FOR AIR TRIP AROUND THE WORLD SEATTLK. Ocl. sla- lions for tho ;L ceo mm oil a lion ol en- trants in. the proposed "aerial derby iirouud the world" next year. arc. to be eslubllslicd at San Francisco, EeaLlle, I'ortlaml, Tacoma. San Diego, Los Ar.- eclcs Sania llarl-ra and Vancouver, nccorfling lo an mi n ounce m erU jnadu ncro today by a'coniriiffeflonJirtow c'rcling the globe lo-preparc for tho JUG AMD STEAMER COLLIDE this morning Ihc 1113 J. P. Hnckelt, x tow, collided willi the Doniln- Hi- Star Line steamship irouEki, half a. mile aborc the fl, bridge fn H iltnsa inSsl. Tho tug -El ruck the steam on the starboard side, crushing in her. bow above the ivflter line. The Hiinouski was unin- jured. UNTHRASHED OAT lots cheap, carriage paid to your town. Lots of ODIs, green, tender straw and Well cured Ideal feed for cows young stock. Patterson- Self Hay 4. Grain Co., next door to Telegraph office ancJ above the Union Bank. Phone 1563. 260-P BRITISH WOOLLENS ARE GOING HIGHER WASHINGTON'. Oct. reduction In prices of British woolletia la to bo expected for at least two yeare, according to a report lo lha department v of coinmorce today. wool- situation In England Is more ierlo-aa tban It hag baeu for years, !ho report, autl v prices have advanced Ilio laat month. PAGE FIVE Special measures to deal with specu- lation In cotton, tobacco anil soai> under the AnlM'roritcerlns Act aro considered by l-in, government, according to a Maleuieiil of Under- secretary Hridgomaij, of the Loard of trade. Stale Railway Control LONDON. Oct. Eric Ocd-' des, tlia minister o( tranaport, it Is re- liorlcd by the Central NQWP, pre- paring n scheme for filtito control of railways ami canals. This became known after the conference of gales ol the National Un'on of Hail-1 DIES .AT 10S YEARS YAKJUA, OCL i3.--Mn. Au- jlJque da tied J05, oldeat cIUuD. died hera ItxUy. ile W83 bora la M IB in fid. thoyfb ortr JOO years old. a greii InUroat In the progress of tho world war and did coDalderable Rod I'ross kiiUlfDG. She was more than 100 when she had llrat aulo- moliHe and during the last year home, iryiufj vainly lo au air- plftne, in which liivealloD bhe was luuta liiiereritcd. Her cyedgbi was Seats are EellloK rapldlv for Iho Herformances of John Corl's latent tiiiiEkal coiucdy success nridilc'l 'Tlo- which will TJO at the .Mjjesttc, Theatre on Friday and Sat- urday evenings this with a -pec- lal matinee on Saturday adernrton. c'omlug direct from Its run al ilio Uorl theatre. N'oiv York. Since Its opCMlug night Flo-Flo ha; been one of the musical liltt IQ recent aeasona. It is credited with the most striking array of fashions ever seen on a York stage, to- gether with lines. cak-h> lyrics and a "perfect 3G" cliorus. The plot concerns Angelina Krokes, who lores a boy from Oshfcosli, but Is being fovccd loto a loveless marrlc.K( with a fake count by her worldly moth- er. love flndn a troublesome [courae In llih story as elsewhere, anil ihi- liaitpy c-udtng is-dnforrod until tho of ''Flo-Flo" ticnutiful model of lain cabin where lillle -Mickey llres He had to husily fur tils food or t wlla her foster Quo of tho Ho hustled. c ose uus of Ihc plcturo shows this Nature men would prol-ablv call thla cat actually fishing lor frogs in a A revisit lo type. In their jungle; mountain stream. If an re, tie were to days, beloro they became dome-Meal-. wrlteainagazJacstoryabouiacaL that til. t-aia uodoubtedly were So- wen', fighlng, some professors of u-dt-1 natural bli'ory that they di.l I ural history would bcgio to ahrlek 11101 Ivan: how to fish, tlife cai rcmcin-1 nature Hut they will huvo to Lercd how to fish It up the I belk-ve what !bpir eyes see This old h-rSriig.- of a savage past. Mice rj-aniufliQ eneaks to the I Afterwards ULO scene of "Mcikcy" is water.-; A paw flashes out ulth shifted to a home in the lue speed of a snake striking the, rlty. wht-M poor little Mickey nnJs frcK, is Ltiatc-d. t the haril aQlJ ncrG They fouud ihla cat In the California 'then? another cat-a ecft silliy niountLili.3. where they wont 10 nJm arUiorrat. pampered like a Normaud in somo of the nrlnsa donna. couM morel from The old inir.f-r whose ilrlklnuly ilhntrate Hie change In cabin ihey used told them thai tho Mickey's euvln-umeiit. and Lho clabor- cat learne.. lo nah from being lu iban the con- alone for days at a lime In tho cabin, i in two cat _. ,._0 H-ilBS OI --i-jot-io [jeruimui mouel o lHal sLe nol ,lo Ihe Ilrlci0 sho Kh.n. in. .She Una around 23 usual ytsle- day, bill c-ollttrstd suiIJenly. MARCONI OPERATORS SAFE SYDNEY. N S. Ocl. Mar- coni wireless operators who were re- poned adrift off IxmliuurK since Mon- day ailernoun, have lurued up palo ind lioue lie worst for their exper- ience. The young men' were M. Hack- ell, Garner, F'. 1'ennv and M OToole. MARKETS Qri'n mil Llrentocjc ders trousseau, love been over- I'ome. The denouement is liaslened uy the adhllk-i of 1'Inky ;ind Aloy- two youtlis tif nimble feet, and by Moahcr and Simpson, jirourietors uf the llride Sbop. Included in the perfectly balanced cast arc Miss Jlhoili NickellF, Jack N'ortno. Darney Ward. I'aull Temple, Hilly Collins, I.lla lllow. Jean llriac. Elsie noweu, Raymond Maion and Charles Hrown, Harry Cowley, Katelle Maxon antl Ihe "perrect 3C" chorus, besides an augmented orchcs- Ira. the recent railway strike.) House of Lords Sits I.OXDO.N'. Ocl. house lords had ils first sess'on today connection with Ilio [inanclal slate o[ till1 country. It wag In the form of a resolution, Lord Iluckmasler tailing allenlion lo Ihc ''gmvily of Iho rinan- cial iioEllion" and sugscsllng ihai it ;a "essenlial that further tuxallon should be imposed." and M.iy. Marktlj: Open. October......... 821" Uay SOS ]IAHLEY- October.......... December liC'i FLAX- October...... 42ti N'ovctnber........ 413 December 393 -May............. 393 October.......... Cash Prices XO.-.2 C.W... No. 3C.W No. 1 fceti SASKATOON'. Oct. Saska toon Trades anil Labor Council last CHARMING LOUISE HUFF j COMING TO STAFtLAND CMarmiiiK l.nuiso Huff, jinpular star. be seen al Sla.-land Friday anil Salurdaj- in heri !attbl iilioloplay. "The Sou' TlljE plclure. like Miss Huffs tirsi Picture. "T'olher Dear i is pleasing thiY.uyli- oct, and prestiils this famous VOIIMR' Jtar in jusl (lie sort ol rolo thii'. litr thousands ot admirers like to lier in. In "The Sea she tahes tbe role of Xaucy Potter. Ihc foster- idaughter o[ a Maine fisherman, who ;J6 Ihc head of a band or ivater-tronl I Hhicves. Nnncy, of course. Is un-' sl.s aivaro of her father's conucctioii wllh ____ Iho thieves. A entertaining love story Is wound into Ihe picture, and cvery- I thing ends happily for Xancy. This !.s the sort ol a picture that everyone <21 Ithes.' 409 '______ 391% CHARMING GISH COMEDY AT THE STARLAND The popularity of Dorothy Gish willi screen fans was cmnhaticalV. demonstrated hy her rccept.on in her latest; P.iraniouDt< comedy, "I'll Gel 73% illlm YetT' at SlariatuJ yesterday. The 12S No. 1 feed.; 77 Track No. 2 feed photoplay is a. charniins one in every 74'ij respect and profiies Miss Gish with snail one of- the best, roles iu. which she has been SCLTI seasoh. The pic iraues ann jjinor uouncil last _ has -Dccn Ectn seasoh. The pic- night -UD.-iniraously passed a resolution j N'o. 3 C.W.. .133U No. t C.W...133U ture must be seen lo ho fully appre- alsaiinrovinE an amendment lo tjic i Rejected-----.................122 Icialed. It will be siiowu .for the last Trades nnd Labor Congress of Canada Track _____ nc nji ujuujiuiijtiji lu i Trades and Laoor Congress ot Canada Track which would givo'tho congress arbi- trary power over affiliated bodies, Xo. 1 TC.W.C QUEIIEC, Oct. 3.35 o'clock There was no need for such drastic No. 3 C.W ..407 this morntnc Ihe lui J. P. Hnrkelt. measures, said an officer of the coun am uiiicui ui inc coun- cil, as none of Ihc wera ID i- sj-iniiatLy with the One Dig Union. OBSESSED WITH SPY FEVER, ATTEMPTS "OWN LIFE Condemned No. 4 C.W...401 "...........3SG lohlght. LIVELY FEATURE AT COLONIAL One of the snappiest features seen [or some time is Ihe William Foi duction of "On The Jump" in which athletic George Walsh 13 starred, and ivhlcU will uc- shown at the Colonial ....-_ -----j tonight for the last times. were 2.514 cattle; 330 hofjs "On The Jump" Is lull of pep brim- sheep, with 104 head of cal-, mine over with new situations' and SASKATOON. Oct. sever- j U" on throuBh bllhng. white 13 cara of. contains a connected story. H Winnipeg Livestock WIXKirEG. Oct. uu LIvcstorK this tonight for the last times. u.iuii.-i i sever-1 llt iinuiigii uinnig. vvnilc 13 cars Ot ing an artery in hla wrist, Alexander stock were liehg ynrdM this morning. 'Hoffman, employed aa an cipcrt by Jllnncapolls ilaciiine company, nishfd into the kitchen of a hotel at lDcnz'1, Sask., last night and' cut his throat with a butcher knife. Doctors say he may live. Police hare taken a signed statement, In which In a'drllllon CO cars of slock are in sight lo arrive during tho ilay. Rccclnts of rall'o at tbe present time aro extraordinarily heavy and Ihe yards'were well filled. Trading Ihls morning was falrlv active anil il butcher calt'c sold steady with ui nuniu nuLiman ,Kouu Duicner sold steady with ho was beine; hounilcd as a I common stuff soiling slow to weak- German spy and waa in hla right mind Goorl butcher heifers sola up to when ho attempted lo commit cldc. THE MERCHANT The banking- requirements of merchants will receive full' con- by the onVers of this- Bank, Arrange laopen a current account and every banking-facility is assured. THE CANADIAN SANK OF COMMERCE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH FISH1NQ CAT DISCOVERED IN FILMS ding ?17 for selects, fed and watered, a decline of M from yestenTay's close. Good and sold slcadj- ivlth common and medium slurt weak- er. N- New York Stocks YORK. Ocl. fats are used to bring out. a. slrlRing W. i! mi J! contrast In tho slory, which Steel. 103 1-4; tmitel Stales steel pre- will altract attention rot only us'a picture, but as a nature study. Ono Is a Iran, scrawny froR hunior, n.T.DRYMNF.K, Manager J.H.S.CORnON, Manager J.V. STEEL, going up' to f 5.50. ---------a most acceptable pholcfplay of- ferine, and will make n visit to tho Colcfnlil well worth while. Good comedies are also being shown on Ihe bill. Another great Hippodrome Vaude- vlllc bill comes to tho Colonial next. Monday nnd Tuesday, (our new ar.u i being featured r.i the program. I Anllai Stewart in her sensational picture "The Painted World" will also Moderate receipts of hog; found Ihe bo an early attraction at tho Colonial market MiiseHlc-1 and Inu'era ivere blrl- Mack Ecnnell likes lo uso animals fn pictures, onJ In "Mickey" featuring Mabcl Norlnani1 at lhe Empress, two fals are used lo bring out [erred, 113. Livestock You go to your lawyer for legal advice; for medical advice; why not to The Merchmits Bankfor financial advice J If you want a loan lo buy cattle, hogs or you want information a3 to how to tdVhuscwho innko a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you sound and impartial advice, BANK Head Offlco: Montreal, OF CANADA Established 1664. LF.THBRIDCE BRANCH, R J DINNIUG MONARCH BRANCH, D R BARONS AND NODLEFORD M. A. KlLPATRICK; M CAUJAHY. Ort. lo de- laycd shipment (here was n small run of caUlc today and 300 liad been welched up at noon. While a little slow, Ihe market waa fu'rly stionf nnd prices held wllh yesterday. No choice .iteer btef was on hand, J9.00 being [fie top price for butcher steers. One load of heavy coivs made S3.S5. flntl the Tialanco made from SS.OO to Common, cows. 56.00 lo butcher heifers, jV26 lo SI.60; fat yearling inado SS n lo stocker slecrs, JC.25 to slockcr cows, I.V25 lo J3.70: stocker heifers. JB.OO to JG.aO; yood veal fr6nl It) (S.JO; rougli and thin. lo (7.00. N'o IIOKS were on pale. i Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Oct. -2.1. (Dominion livestock llcceipts. jfijo. The ninrket opened with n fair- ly brisk demand for all grades of cat- I tie, pVlcc-s ruling generally about 25 cents higher, nine .steers Averaging ponnu.l selling at JI3.00. Choice cows and bulls aro having'a. good HC- lire trmle. Quolat'ons: llcarr beef steers..J 12.25 In J13.00; bulclier steers, choice, JI1.J5 lo good. (10.50 to Jll.OO; modluni, lo (9.00: butcher heifers, choice !H.OO lo 111.75: medium. }S to butcher COH-F. p.25 to (11.50; medium, to JS.50; buieher bulls, ftood, llt.Zo lo'S10.25. Cftlvca: Itcceipls. HCB! veal -jlTca cold nl H8.00: choice, Jlii.50 to WM; mEdiuln. 11300 lo 116.00; milk cows, choice, J125 to 5175. Spring- ers, clio'cc. 1100 to J1S5. Sheep: necclpts, 3.035. cas- Jcr wllh a decllno b( cents lo JJ.Ofi. lo {3.04; lambs, SHOO lo 1H.25. Receipts, l.ioo. Fed nnd watertil basis; Selects. I1S25 lo. JI8.50-, llghls, J16.25 to JI8.50; hear- lea, J18.2D; sov.-.. aj lo tlG.50. who rustles for his crub In the moun- She Took Adler-i-ka "My ivifo harl Uic rioclora cull cnlftrrh of Ihe Momach for 15 years. Had lo diet carefully and suffered I niuch. She has now Liken one holllp i .Artlcr-l-ka nr-l frrls licrfeclly I (Slgitedl II, K. Ilrock. Texas. Adlcr-i-ka cxpeld gas nnd sour- ness, sloiipint- slnmacn dlslrcss IX- HT.VNTIA. iimplles I1OTII upper and lower bowel, flushing BXTIHV. alhntnlary canal, llciuovos ALL foul which iiolEone syalcm. Often CUnngi constlpnllon. Prcveiils ap- lionrtk-IMs. bave hold Adlcr-i-ka many j'ears. It is n mii'luro of buck- thorn, cascnr.i, glycerine and nine oili- er simple D. lllglr.hothara k Co., Ltd., COAL LUMP AND NUT DELIVERED IN 2 TON LOTS Our Coal Ii. clean and free from PHONE 494 HAMILTON COAL CO, Fifth 8T, S, PIC- TURE YOU'LL NEVEH FORGET, TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ONLY. COLONIAL TODAY ONLY William KOJC Pre.cn'.j the Screen's Moat Athletic SUr GEORGE WALSH IL Ilia (Jrcaiejst 1'icluri cf sll "ON THE JUMP" AddcJ Features "WISE WIVES" a irl "STOP, CEASE, HESITATE" Two Rollicking Comedies ANY 25c ANY SEAT 3TEWART In PAINTED WORLD'1 LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOROTHY GISH "I'LL GET HIM YET" Wo reRret thai we cannot hold Ihls picture' longer than today. We'would Ilka erery one to sec it. Tonlgbt will poslllvelr IJQ your last opportunity. DON'T MIND A LITTLE SNOW clown. The theatre U. Dice aul wprm and you will haTe Ihc best two hours' enjoyment in Ih_e