Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, NOVUMBKU 3, 1913 nns LRTnnniDGic DAILY IIERALU. PAGE FIVE DRAMA MARKETS Grain ind LI tore .1.. Nov. X lar-RC In fluix ami n he.ivy genord for ;nnl liurli-y [t-uturu il Oals 1 hi-hL-r for lioiembor I 1-Sc highe May. Jkirlcy clofCNl l-'Jc highe Novi'inlw; :i 1-Sc life IK- r lur amd U-. higher for M-.iy. c-t :iUu holier fur N'oveiubur, lit l-2c rr for DeceHibtr :imi I'l 1-Jr holie I their dancing h ectc-alrii; jnd their thefts from Iho s'.-jrc by v.'liolo act very fuhtiy. Jn ti-Dtradis- t-iaiuple of Lt-r. lu Hie foriin-r ;ui buys call ilieir iti-rtormAin.f; "from Harmony to DUt-onl." I- (.'lo.siiLK Iho sljuvs- '.iill La the, ILOV- joliy act of ihe a kuuekiiboui I iiCi-olKiiic act enUiUd "A of LI t'ir- I I' iirt'senicJ !iy uiid Ks an U-arnos nut ULP author's idea, fur out I'-A cn-aily until ULL- f'rial you." i r.r Iu unlor to Lav il IKH- i lor i Winnipeg Markets OATH-- e. Mav............. Xuvemlinr 421 AW December........ KYK-- Cash Prices No. 2 C.W... S7W Kxlni No. 1 fpeil No. 1 fcn-d.. No 2 O.W...152 Kejecie 1 Track 1'LAX 1 N. ('.................Ml No. C.W...-J-JC Xo. li C.W..-400V. Trail; ......................110 Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. Nov. (Dominion j live vjinlE thiri morning 'Jt the Unrm j Rluckyiirds were '2.112 caltlc, 2S1 snoop. head o[ calti-21 OTTAWA, Nov. Mar- tin Burfcir, secretary of state, in the commons this afternoon tabled (he report of the royal commission which Inquired into the Gi.elph novitiate charges. The report is signed by Mr. Jus- tice W. R. Mlddltfofi, of Toronto, .-nd Mr. Justice J. A. Chisholm, of Nova Scotia, the two commis- sioners. As anticipated, the report exon- erates Hon. C. J. Doherty, minis- ter of justice, and Major-General Mewburn, minister of militia! and declares thai "upon the evidence before, us we think that the con- duct of the the raid on the GueLpli novitiate conducted by Capt, MacAulay, "was open to all the adverse criticism found in the memorandum of the adjutant- general." "We'are of the" says the report, "that the minister of militia acted with entire propriety in the circumstances." due c-ntly Oil buy food nnd cloth ti mid jiny I Clifford, fonuc-rly ;i LUirncclon room rent 2 nil c-lir Tlit-re can with Hie Soils-Kioto t- be no joy in lifv on sis a roggy llyiand will iyp ihc pliolo-I vtel-r." j play bill lii her success. "Fee j This uXc-iu-c of Hie girls hchiml the 1 will In? sliown ciiui L'nurh 3 Heri-nford I Li ml his musical tli'mojjs will furnish an excellent accompani- ment to the whole show. Intending ualron.s arc carnesily re- quested 10 attend tLc ili'.-aue L-avly ihls evening lu uriii-r tiicy may obtain tuo seals. "I huve something to tell Mary, wilh ir( uir-iul-jus inU-nsiiy j i-l.iy in.tti with jiuljlic- faniy, ii liildtr. "It really v-ain, ir-ius ninl t-onu-dy. "Th-j ihc girls from tlcsling, Mr. Ut-vvas the bulk goinfj nt -T.75 lo JS.iO; Iicavy roivi T-JUC JT.50 lo ccmiHrs. 54.25 io ;iiOO; In rs, io Jf..25; veal J7.31) lo S7.75. Toronto Livestock TOHONTO, Nov. 3. f Dominion livestock Ucceipts, caliners nml are active al unchanged values, Jleavy beef Silceis, 512 and butcher slccrs, choice, S11.2.T and gooil, 510.25 and medium, 57.50 and 50; clioicc liulrlicr' heifers, choice liutchcr cows, nnd ?10.23; good butcher Inillti, 59 (.'alvcs; Htneipts, iCfj; choiffi, j nml SISaO; choice milk COIVB. un'l choke spriiiHOrs, 5100 and, Sheep: Itcre'pls. SGiO; lamb Lraclc j slow, crves ?7 and lambs, and C200; fed nutl iva-j tcsrcil liasls. lights, 511.75; 515.75. N, Y. Slocks I NEW YOHK, Nov. sales Cr. P. It. United Slatea Htec-1 lOIi-Vi; Untied Slates Klcc) 1'rcitrred, OTTAWA, NovT 3. Supple- mcntary estimates for the current fiscal year were labted In the com- mons this afternoon to the amount of Forty millions lo carry out of the report oT the committee on soldiers' civil Is the biggest voie submitted to the housej are pro- for advances to soldiers settling on the land and cost of ndminlslering the Soldiers' Set- ikfncR'. Ar.t. Sixty thousand dollars is pro- vided for the department of labor as follows: Annual amount requir- ed to defray expenses of a direc- tor of coal operations and staff In Alberta, amount required to defray expenses of Canadian delegates lo international labor conference al Washington, 000; further amount to defray ex- penses of national labor confer- ence, 55000, and further amount for Industrial re fat ions pom mis- sion The sum of is included to reorganize the printing bureau and there is a. further provision -f for sessional indemni- ties. of them. isp nol lo pnsu-er any more of the Doca lio provo 111; point? Seo ]cUcr. thaL shc ]ias rCCcived, She j "Yvonne from Paris" al Starland promj5M bul she hxs already ;inswer- I night and then let's hear your opinion ctl lJlc applicants who are I of MaraLon's LliEtt "Intclllgeut juo to cnll handling, jjood uroducllon and clever arrive, the first are wliat, make a slor." proved frankly but the second Is a solemn lUUc man, a SHOPGIHL SALARIES TARGET FOR icr Mabcl jg doiiRhled him ATTACK IN PICTURE DRAMA L a RulljccL for maierial and agrees wonderful drama, to ijave [ea him at l'ic house een WILL FIGHT AERIAL BATTLES OF THE FUTURE EIGHT MILES IN AIR NEW YORK, Nov. battles of the future will be foUfltil al extremely high altitudes in chines capable of rising eight miles above the earth, officers of the American Flying" Club prtuv.i- cd tocay rn making public i official world's record wi h a pa-siTiger, mad- at Daylan, Oct. 4, by T'ajor R. W. Schroedsr, acccnJed to a of feet. Lieut. CLorge W. Elsey was Mdjor Schrod-er's passenger. itayard 'Vciller's ithln the Law." which lias been where he works, while his master is sercencd by and Is to lie awaj-. The third applicant ia a liami- nroRnnlad the Colonial theatre i younc mail, Noel Corcoran, mu! soon. Is tin unanswerable meuiuc-nt vnry much inlcrcstcd T. salaries paid lo dc- -m hitn, lliougli she hides her si low will he Kins Sauls, Ike inlrr- store snles Kirls iu many of 5Cnd5 htm nway because she nationally famous painltr, in his tjic large c'ties lUroughout Ihc conn- j thinks lit needs io vu Lakeu. down, speclacular oil act. iiauls (rr_ locally, Ihc argument, may bo she is havini; lea wilh th-> reproduces in full view of the aucli- unnecessary aS it is well known that; imllcr Uic next day his inasler uncx- euce- oiullio elaboralely electric light- ]ocal department stores pay a cntcis and she finds him lo cd screens.a number 6f world faniona niuch higher rale of wage than other heV'ihirrf applicant. On n bet she masterpieces, in addition to rcjirodui- cmcs. answers two more of (he loiters which 'ing severe! of his own creation. Alice Joyce, Ihc Vitagrarh star, fts Next will come Kane and Mallory Mary Turner, h tho sbop girl In in thc'r harmonious offering "From "Within Hie Law." Alter working In Discord lo one of the nift- Glider's department sloro for five lest singing and talking acls on tlic ycirs she Is receiving six dollars a circuit. Miss Mallory Is Iho possessor! week. She is arrcsletl and sent lo of a voice of remarkable benuly and i prison for a term of llircc rears for a and, In addition lo a lhafl. committed by another girl who number of popular songs, will display some stunning gowns. The laughs on the hill will he hand- ed out by Lhc bushel by Hi'l Adams anil Ucrt Alascy, Iwo typical Dixie hoys who can "sholy" sing nnd dance bi southern Blylc. A number of Ihc hides the stolen merchandise Mary's locker. Following her conviction Mary seeks nnd Is granted an Interview with Gil- der. Shs attempts lo prove her Inno- cence bul without Then FHO an Impassioned plea when Gil- latest jazzy hits .ire sung: by the boys, der declares lhat he inlends to slop she. lias receiver! which causes her to break her engagement with her fiance. She then becomes engaged to Noel Corcoran. "THE REVELATIONS OF A WIFE' A. now inyslery play, thai is bourn to meet with puhllc favor opens Us engagement of two flays at the 'Majes- tic on Friday of this week, starling with a inatliiec on Friday. The plot of tue play Is based on the vital DUbJecl of "Marrlago and Pi truly EI.vital and very import- ant subject and much discussed. It ia called n play of mystery, and fully mm TONIGHT.AND TOMORROW WANTED FOR MURDER p AND FORGERY JOE GARSON Height -r, [L ICf in., ,ilnrk com plexlon, rear orr check, rcnlcnco In fiinR-SiiffT rrison, N.V., for arson. ,paitl (n Ijl for Information flrrest. heard of In 11.C., wlmrc he reported lo liavo. Ijosn for about (hrcc WATCH-FOR HIM lie la reported nt prca'cnt t lip ktcplnx ivKTiIn- tlic law, WASHINGTON. Oct. Proceed- ITIKS of the Inlrrratlonal lalior con- fprcnrc toilay ivero [onual. While prolonged, owing lo tiie necessity of ninny translations, Ihey consisted irsrcly in Ihu elcclion ot-officers and ihc choice or a selection committee, wiikh choose the various com- inlllccs considered necessary. It was l-.cncd lhat. Ihc conference would IIG- Rin dlsciiFston of Iho eight-hour this was found to be impossible nud the confcrenco was adjourned un- III Monilay morning. Canadians on 8-Hour Day The Canadian employers1 group was determined what its filtl- time will ho when the eight-hour day comes before Ihc ronferonce. Should Oppose It Group was in caucus during 'he day. Tlic view was generally ex- pressed at Ihc caucus, it ia understood, lhat a general statutory enactment of iho eight-hour day in Canada at tho rresent lime Fliould lie strongly op- uoseil. The iirobabllity of heavy com-, rctilion from the United Slates, If Ihc eighl-hour clay is adopted In CRTI- nila. was particularly Piatislics stihmHlecl, wcnl to show lhal less (iian lo per cent, of American workmen cmingcd manufactures p.re now wo'-k'np fiO hours n nnrf, .-as ulRlmcd, If tho ciRhl-hour aay WITU not also applicil In'fhs United C'aoa- ilian industry would bo Ruhjeclcd (o unfair competition. Offfcefs Elected Principal offlcira elected hy (he j confcrcnr.e aro: Chnlrmnti, I V'llson, Unlleil SMlOa secretary ol Inbor; vice-chairman, government I delegates' iiomirco, Jllglit Hon. 0. X llarnts, Great llrilnln; employers" nominee. Jiilca Carllcr. llelglum; ivorKers' nominee, Leon Francu. N Senator Hobcrlsoii cho.icn lo represent Canada on Iho comniillcc of selection. The Unllcd aititcs Fcrlcrnlloa o( Lahor lias nominnted Samuel llonv pors, prosldcnt tt Iho federation, as the United Slnlfca workers1 delegate nt the conference. "A Jazzed Honeymoon" and Tiger's Episode 11. MARY MILES MINTER YVONNE FROM PARIS from Calgary wherj the played laal week prove conclu- Hjvcly that Iho Hfpnodrome VaiifTc- Ivillc sfiow which Vvlll bu uftcrcd nt lllio Colonial lhaalrc Tiles- jclay the beat nil-round bill that ihecn.aenl Over Ihc c'rcuil Ihls season. Four, exceptionally fine nets arc on Ihc bin, nnd Colonial palrotis arc as- Klircd of the beJt vaudCTlllo cnlorlain- inent ever seen -here. Opening llio Vilhjalmur Stef ansson THE CELEBRATED ARCTIC EXPLORER AND A NATIVE OF MANITOBA WILL GIVE HIS INTERESTING LECTURE ON "MY FIVE YEARS IN THE ARCTIC" in Wesley Church UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROTARY CLUB THURSDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 6th AT GENERAL ADMISSION CHILDREN OF SCHOOL AGE, 50c EXTRA! THE BIG FUN FESTIVAL COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE THURSDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK 550.CO in Valvablc Prizes Given Away. DON'T FORGET IT TODAY and TUESDAY HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE EXTRA FEATURE HEADLINE ACT Ray an! Ester CliilorJ IN "A Bit of a Circus'1 The Best Act Setn Here This Season. KING SAULS In a Spectacular Oil Painting Act. Kane and Mallory In "From Discord lo Harmony" Hoosler Klcan-Up Kids" Adams and BiliMaxey Southern Darkeys In an Act Full of Dixie Pep and Humor. FEATURE PHOTOPLAY PEGGY HYLAND In "PEG Or THE PIRATES" SCREEN COMEDIES CHARLIE DERESFORD And His Harmony Boys PRICES Adults 50; Children 25c Matinee Daily at Nights at and 3 p.m. Come Early and Get the Seats. Empress To-night GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO CONSTANCE TALMADGE Tho inimitable one, iu. "A LADY'S NAME" Laugh and Laugh and Laugh Some More COMEDY, AMD FORD MONTHLY, MAJESTIC NEXT FRIDAY SATURDAY Daily M.ilinees for Ladies Nlghls for All Over 15 50c, 75c, 2.30 and 8.30. THE A STORX OF A WOMAN'S REVELATIONS OF A WIFE "AT THE MATINEES FOR LADIES ONLY Alice .Stirling (a Woman with a Past) Will Address the Ladles Ihc "Duel o[ lire Sexes" Concerning Marriage, Divorce and Love. LADIES MASTER THISI UFFDJDL first five ladies solvJng th.s cfpher puzzle svill receive two ti each tor Friday nighl. It la worked by a cods some of you ussd at school and has Bomclhing to wfth the pfay. ,musi b6 [n ticket office before 6 p.m., Nov. 7.