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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XOVKMUKU 3, IU19 THE 1IGIULD. PAGE FIYB -r- DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTO-PL A YS MARKETS drill] >nd WINXIPKC, Nov. were higher on loilay'G market, uals tloslng Liglicr for December delivery; hlghtr tor ll.iy. Uarlcy closed higher for November, '.ic liigtipr for IK'cumber 2ml liie.lier lor May. Klax closed L'e higher lor November, i'c lilcher for December, and 5'ic. JilRlior for May. Winnipeg-bjirkct Jlcc.......... Kov.......... Mav......... >.'ov 3lny Dec S- 137 43.', 417 '-112 Close 111! ui Cash Prices 2 f. W.....SOU 'J C. W.....SO Kxtra I Feed So Kecil ___ 2 Feed -----SCI Track .....................SI J C. W................ llejcclcil three daye starting ndl Wednesday. Xyvpniber 12th. proves beyou.l all oiap lnosl for wrongs PanhhurEt assured Atlanta is-oneri XOT- 'ress carries Ottawa correspondent ''Your committee are o[ the view." says the report ot the parliamcnlary body which Investigated tbe question of soldiers' re-establlslmieiil, that, In- cluding the present Victory 1-oan, Canada, within tho next 12 or 18 months, will be compelled to raise from MO.HOO.OOO to JSno.n'i _ provide for expenditures to which the ihcy felt, bad by their unselfish and country if, or will be, commuted. .untiring work ciurlns '.ho war, camel "Your continues the re-la, volco in the administration, of (tort, "are of tht view that parliament I country's had been equalled) before It reacbes any decision to In-'only Dy the practical common, sense crease t'JC income, lax should consider lot the women accepting this rccognl rse nns ll Is absolutely Ticcessary to portray n.cn differed In nothing from other an-1 ami situations a set nl the Interior of the department store. I jn Ihelr way of life. They wan-1 unique characters 10 vresenl showing tho tremendous crowds of j anj down the streets and one uf tho OICIFI fuscinatii'K girls behind the I fronl restraint of rormnun- stage storie; written, "llif: Itcv- thief and the giri: or morality and holding their I clallona of a will hnvc its pre.y spcaklns; vFrslonlVonian in comniop.' Children general-] cntallon here at the Majestic on 1-n- shoppers and the tv counters, the real Ihe mmh of the department store scene )y (iielr mothers, but rarely their day and Saturday week. with only. lhat the old flghl hflore Hie ivcrW M1.JS, ,0 ,he Imagination. We are told that Emperor special matinees oach (lay for ladles war had been forgotten the rcprejentlr.E ono. Kou-l II changed all this bv inventing llsh women and men; lhat the Bra-] o[ a dcparlmenl store Is all clousncss of the men in yielding tho h rlghta of suffrage lo women, who. ,he oountry accommodate. u.nrc 1T NORMA TALMAUlih. COLONIAL TUNIljH I 130U 1 N. W. C.'................ 2 C 3 C. W. Track 2 C'.'W.........................HI whether or not it would be in the na- tional Interest to materially increase the rate ol Income tax beyond that In force In lie United Kingdom." lion -Allanla Joarhal.'Ocl. 10. N'orma Tnlinaclge, the beautiful Hel- star, will be, presented by Joseph The. commhtce e-urmtes th" ount of revenue secured from the busi- ness profits lax at Hbuill "The evidence submitted." It declares, "Indicates that this form of laxal'.on can not be extended lo take care of furlher large expenditure. If the .businesses anil Inilustrics of Canada are to be taxed out of all proportion I to their chief conlpelliora In the United Stales and elsewhere, tho com- .inillfc have no hesitation in saying Winnipeg Livestock lhe generally In the end WINNIPEG. Nov. 5. (Dominion bc to Canada anil hence livestock -'.i0 [he returned soldiers themselves." Union stockyards today were 2233 cat-; tie. 5S5 nogs and M- sbeep, wjln hcail of cattle on through billing In to Ihe above totals, I'll cars ol stock were being yarded and Intrepid Kxplorcr Who Speaks Here Thursday Nighl Tried Some New Stunis vrlll be included in the receipts for Thursday. Approximately 3500 head of callle are in the yards for today's trailing. the market this morning steady on all grades whh butcher callle sell- j STEALS HEIFER; GETS ing strolls. L'ALOAI'.V, Xov. -1'or ogs iellins steady, feiljiud u'nicKil. i lcncl .Liberal supnlyof ho at SU.51 for selects Sheep aml.lainhs receipts heavy with unchanged; quotations. Calgary "Livestock CALGAHY Nov There, wcr." .bout LOOU bead of C-attle in the stock VlCTOItlA. Mis. Pankhursl speaks in. Wesley M. Scheack In her latest Select I'lc- church next Wednesday night. lure, "The Heart of at the i Colonial Theatre today and Thursday. This Is an Indian story by George Si-arborough. Tho scenairo was wrlt- 011 by Mary Murillo It was dir- t-vied by Sidney A. Kraukllu. The storv' begins when Quanuau, chief o! a tribe of Comanchc Indians, earns lhat his daughter. Welona, has been wronged by a while man. Wet- ona's mother was a white woman and Wetona has been brought up a3 a white girl. Tho Comanches decide lo seek ven- geance. They will find the man who has wronged the daughter of Ihe chief of Ihelr trine and put him lo death Wctona refuses lo tell the name of her lover. All she will tell her father is that he Is a white man. _ie goes lo John llardin. the agent In charge of Hie reservation, and Iho only white man Ihc Indians trust, lo ask him lo save her lover. While she is lalkinp; lo llardin, Quannah In his pearcb. for the man who wronged Ills daughter sees Welona and Hardin. talking so Intimately together that ho Jnrtges Hardin must lie his daughter's lover. llardin. in order lo save We- tona. offers to marrv her. Tony, n good tor-nothing. Is the mon Welona loves. Laler her eyes are-opened to north toast of Canada, ami after pur-i tilc 0( nfaa he retilly 1.- and she UNTIL SATURDAY jchajing a ship.and a supply o[ a change ,of heart Hardin is Ibe A, U. C'., Nov. he again set out for the unex- nKin Ibis time. __.__ piker good attractions -will also be shown. CALCARY DOCTOR DIES Nov. Dr. John W. y, formerly of Ixindon, Out.. died'this mornlns folloivlng an opera- tion for HrpondicUls. lie graduated In mctllcine at Toronto University in [er. Krncst P. XelFoa 5 YEARS stealing sen- The determination of Villijalinur Stefansson. speaks at Weslej church Thursday evening, lo solve the mysteries of Hie unexplored sec lion ol tile Arctic zone and forever lo put at rest the of the exist once of ar. Arctic continent, is evl deuced by tile oulrighl purchase of a vessel still In Iho polar regions. Stefansson really made two into (he mysterious uorlhlaod, fo: after his main ship was destroyed b> Starling tomorrow, for balance of week, the. most beauti ful and touching plays of the season. "HOME" With Mrs. Chas. Chaplin EMPRESS Theatre SHOWING LAST TIMES TODAY Constance Talmadge The Inimitable One. In "A Lady's Name" The clevtroit bit of scintiialing comedy ever ALSO TWO BIG COMEDY ACTS, AND THE EMPRESS NEWS REEL____________________ :cd by Magistrale lo live ille-iee pact nail lo civilization for over A year, and a half, he rclurr.ed. to Hanks Land, off Ihe years" imprisonment Inls JELLICE WON'T ARRIVE bogs were solil at noon, packers olfeVhig while dealers held for When llie "lionor New York Markets YOIIK, Xov C. U Vnneii hiaies sleel. one ]03.0'4; Unlteil Stiles sleel prcferrt-l. I 11 n.-. ov. sales: Trilled Klatca Bled. c-r-c PRINCE GGS -v- TI i. r TOHONTO. of Wales leu roronio for Ot awa flic-' asl lap of ICmOO rallc ,hc ot EmnielincTankhUTs'l. of Knplacd. it was ulUi amazement. inlnEled wilh awe, ibal one aaw a Flishl woman, looked years youuger in the tlesli one could believe from pictures her. a .woman of extremely grace Itul figure wilh beautifully poised 'head, with F.O simple in manner, ore could hardly reallzi I thai this wag the woman who had suf- fered Imprisonment, who hart Fur- vivcd sc-lf-iiiflicled s.arva'.lon, vyho li undergone j successful'h'jr.f for--Arctic land bad [not been previously "entered for almost arrived, lone hundred years." In 1S20 Captain Edwanl Parry wiutereil tlitre on Fnrry IfJand, and ir. ISiiS Captain Robert', wintered on Parry Island; vihero Stefansson ina'dc his southern j headquarters, but it rcmaineil for! Slefanssoh, ninety-eight years later. com TO-DAY AND THURSDAY _____ JOSEPH M. SCHENCK (SELECT PICTURES CORP.) PRESENTS Norma Talmadge VILHJALMUR STEFANSSON STEFANSSON CANADA'S OWN ARCTIC EXPLORER THE HAN WHO FINISHED THE EXPLORATION OF THE WORLD ,iaial on Ihc (.anadian 1'aclfic rail- bail been sen'. .ivay.royal tr.nn al a 3n Ihls morning. cd Mis! Kleanor Itaoul, as ehnir- ..There was no ilemoiislralion as o( ,nt! central Committee of Wo- Ir.ilii-pullcil on I. Nearly all on lioard nlcll cilizc'us. aakeil Mrs. PankhnrsL wei-n nslefii. jlo [o nsEcmbleil women, she I rose'ahd inzilc a .speech that put intj terse wards, tilings that Intelligent women think every day. of their lives, tilings lhat they knov.- ID be. so true lhat Ihcy fell as it they themselves were.thinking out loud, although they nnt flatter themselves ihcy could have harl Ibe Rama, experiences or told them so ivell. In well-rounded phrases and speak- ing lu voice of the woman Mrs. Km- incline Ponkhurst charmed the womcc. to penetrate farther north ard make" lalesL jcwc] produc- or at an> drup slorc. a jtrodncfir who !ntica Mildred Harris' beauty Tov 'screen posaltilittes, and made lier Iho Blar in "The Price ol a. Good the first piiuLuirlay in' which CHARLES RAY IS REAL "MAKE 'EM GO1' GENIUS NO CASUALTIES IN WflECK ON G. T. P, KlijIONTOX, Nov. T. P. No. express from Kas at Wiulcr. Kask.', at Tu'osilay eight of Uic stno cars leaving the Iraek. Tlit pnss- cngora were brtiugliL Into Hi's. morniuE, iitnu Inter. Thcrr, wore' norniug, lit no no casiiullj'cs Cliarle.'j Ray lias turned not only as a. character artcr in the photoplay, 'Greased which ill he shown at Slariand and morrow, but a real "make 'em go'1 cnius. The Thomas IT. Ince "wontlcr lioy'' cnionstraleil his rorsallllty on Ili3 reducing lot during tho making of c picture lie pushed aside Toral workmen who were medtla- vcly Ihelr heads nnd, with stcrmlnRt.ion and a lot of peranlra- put Into a. home maiJc racing n Sliced gear lhat lias been renounced fty several reputable me hanlcs a wonderful contrivance, The" Incident occurred because llie conario demanded a home-made auto ho rropcrty Ihe aulo to ook the part. But this was not en- ugh. The thlnp had to have real for the story demands lhat In t Charles Hay must Tim down anil irc the villain, who la In a bis yllnder machine. There was the rac r minus the speed aJid would never iave fulflllcd the" demands of Iho uthor, hut for the Ingenuity Charles niy. Aeejo- his popular screen favorite ever np- icared as a star. COUNTRY STORE "VODVI L NITE" AT COLONIAL THURSDAY One of the funniest events of the season will slagcd at the Colonial Theatre on Tbursday night-ibis week, when the first of lha new season Coun- try. Store "Vodril Nile's" will be pre- sented. The management nre deter- mined to make this a big night, and arc sparing no effort to give their pat- rons a real Eoort time. Ihirlng the ev- ening scores of useful fclfta will be given away. Bags of flour and sugar, "The Heart of Wetona" On Ihe stage. "THE HEART OF WETONA" was one of DAVID BELASCO'S greatest successes. On the screen, "THE HEART OF WETONA" is NORMA TALMADGE'S greatest triumph. II 0, BELA vjt-rr NORMA TALMADGE THE HEART OF WETONA" Hear him tell of the won- ders of the silent See his wonderful pictures. A great tyre, at educational fea- ALSO LATEST SCREEN PdAGAZINB ALSO "HAPPY COMEDY RIOT Thursday Extra Country Store Vodvil Nite THE BIG FUN FESTIVAL valuable prfres given of flour, bags o? jr, boxes of apples, groceries, glas-.ware, clothlnjr ON DOWN AND ENJOY THE FUN Wesley Church EMPRESS USTTII Another delightful for nd-1 mircrs of Honslflnco Talmadne may ho viewed llila week at Irco Einprcan; theatre loday. when Lewis J. Selz- nlckwlll present Constance Tnlmadgo [n her Iatc3t Select Picture, "A Nflme." A Buccessioii of amusing and excit- ing ovcrtls EhowInK tho .idvcnlures of an ontorpriairiK and whimsical voman irho a'dvcrllseA for a Inis'Dand j In the thdrio of tho story. Sho IE t Mp.htl rt Trrlter, whoap reason. for tho ndrCTliscmcnC Is lo secure ma- j tcrial for A new novel. She- ii en- gaged to a scinewhut priggish yonng; man who naturally objects to her! After breaking, her en-1 ragcment with her fiance, belnt; blackmailed by a butler, and chine- {ng her role from writer to cook, iho becomes engaged to Nool Corcoran, the third and last applicant to her nd. Charl es 'Greased Gosh nil taniallor.E And Cy Perkins solil Ihil car for Us wclglit In niclal. gome hlim- rtlnBcr! And Ihcy do say Ihiit lic'll llo ui> wilh Ihc ILLUa blomlo IT lio wins this raco. Coinn ond sec liow Charlie put 11 over tho city feller's tivclvc- cyllndor with his Mzzlc. Yo-J'lL -IsUBh 1111 yon. weep al "GREAStO LIOHTNING" FATTY ABBUCKLE In a Iwo-rtel tcrexm, and olhcr LATEST OFFICIAL GAZETTE' BRITISH Adultt, 3i eentt. PICTURE PROVES SCREEN GREATER THAN THE 8TAQE The jcrcen version of "Wflhln which comes tie Colonial tor EMMELINE PAMXHURST NEXT LYCEUM EVENT, NOVEMBER 12TH, MAJESTIC NEXT FRIDAY1 SATURDAY Thursday Evening Dally Malinets for Ladies Niahlj for All Over 15 Yean-. BOc, 75c, and S.JO. THE A STORY OF A WOMAN'S REVELATIONS NOT A PICTURE Qp Under aiupices of thi .ethbridge Rotary Club. MAT THE MATINEES FOR LADIES ONLY Alice Stirling (a Woman with a WIU Addresi Ih: Laditi on the "Duel of tht Sexes" Concerning Marriage, Divorce ind Love. LADIES MASTER THI8I UFFDJUL UDVnFUL The fFnt Mve JaJiei lolvinfl cipher pvule wll[ receive two each for Friday nlghL It Is worVed by a some of you used at ind'hn lo 'do with the play. Answer must In tfchet office before 6 p.m., 7. November 6th, at 8.30 STEFANSSON is one of ihe greatest of Can- ada's Native Sons. Lethbridgc will turn out en masse lo honor urn, 00 General Admission Children of School Age, 50c. ;