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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TftimSDAY. NOVEMBER G, 1010 TJIK HERALD. PAGE rm DRAMA VAUDEVILLE [MARKETS j Ormle iDd LlrMtoc'K Nov. inar-' was generally lower, oai5 closing lower for DccoiuLer delivery, lower Tor Slay; barley 3i'tc lower ior November, lower Tor- December, iind 2Uc lower for May. Flax closed PC Jo WIT tor XoTtmber, lower fur December and 9c lower iur Mny. Winnipeg Markets Instead of Giving Freedom to Halkans, Says People Are Enslaved Jlay..... Nov...... Dec...... Slay..... Dec...... Oytm Close 133 Ji 12814 443 42L 113 415 410 141 Cash Prices 2 C. W.....SITi 3 C. W. lujlra 1 Feed 1 KceJ S1H 2 Feed Track 3 C. W.....Ill- Jtcjecleil Track 133 79% 83S ....127% 4 C. W. 1' O. W. Track 30. W 450 39ft 44S 2 C. 140 Livestock PEG. -Nov. i Dominion bureau) HecelpLs uL the Union stock- yards this morning were 20SO cattle, SOFIA, HulEarlR. Sept. 2G, via Courier to UucUarotL and Paris, Oct. (llf Associated 51. Toflor- off, prlmo uilolater ot Bulgaria, who returned today from Paris, charact- erized the terms of the pcoco treaty i-.vlth Bulgaria, na extremely seyere. bul hopes tbe allies, after going over tho arguments presented by (ho Dulgar Ian deletion, will sue Lbc justice of modifying them. told iho Assa elated Preta' correspondent that thu allies apparently had laken, Interne couut ouly tho Interests of Greece Human. n, with no rcrerenci to JJulgarlVB needs or rights. sold thought was to punish tiuld, because. TV a hn.i .lien dragged ialo war uu ihs elde ot Gtimmay by the action or n faith ICES king nci] ag a liis i the will of the people." May Drift Inlp Anarchy "Bulgaria may drift Into auarchj. tho premier said, an] 039 the mil tar; .stipulations of the treaty ar changed. Tbo yovernmBni can no maintain irlernal order and fulfill l military requiremcnls with au arm of only While 1 thick bolsho- vlsm will ncrer gain ft foothold i Uulgarla, iL IB possible ecrae thing 10 aristocrats of a Bummer arty acquaintance, tbla pboloplay so ptly named Js an epic In hurnau. eiao- 0ri3. When word comes tnm her over lint her mother Is seriously ill fler caring for another daughter j rough a elege of ecarltt (ever, -Ml lite lankiu. a Email town plumber's daugh- er, played by Miss liarrls, if cut to lie by her neglect. Surfeited at the holluivness of iiigh society, the seeking aucr diversion, tho worlblessncsB 01 Its members and he insidious intriguing and Immor- ality of the people wun vhoni she ias been In contact, .Milliceut J lank In oea buck to homo and gLrl whose ojtlook on 11 to lias beeu changed. 2SO hoga 11 ml 599 Elicep with C5S addi- tional cattlo in the yard on llirougli a tasl of Universal placers which supported JilliB Harris In Iho Jiiclurc are VAtlipm Crltcuden, Knott, Helen Voder, Al Hay, Frank KIlJuU, Johu Cossar and Clarissa Selsvynne. Also Charley L'huplin jn Within tho Lav." Ilic screen vcr- ffi success Trliich v.-as viewed by more thaa four million theatre goen icii at the Colonial tliealre on Wed- next, Xov. 12lb. for a rur, of days, anil because Its great Lov oiilce receipts Is known as "The OOU.OOO 1'lay." world's most fanoug department store St'rllng ''Trie llevelatloog of girl, both she was sent to lirl- a U'lfo" is play strikingly li-ose anil ten and following her release, it a mystery ctory of remarkable Illtcr- wondertul Etorj" and a -wonderful. est. plar, of every dollar paid Into boi-officC3 and ivorlby of Ihe same amount again AS the screen by VitagrapM will prove. REVELATIONS OF A WIFE" A Blags slor.r Ibat Is i sl'jjy deeply aniicly for its O'jlcomo called COUNTRY STORE "VODVIL NITE" AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Tonight Is Ihe night at the popu- lar Colonial Inc-urr, for it Is lo bo :hrr "vojTil nile." is Ibc r.ight when fifty (iollara worth ol valualile and "THe Revetn.lQaB ot a Wlc." will be wl" M tvi. patrons. Some will u-m a bag or (lour, some 'will win a bag of iugar. some will win a Lox of and others TV ill got els 111 tup, gloves. groceries, gljusware, jc-vclry and day and Saturday Ibis vctk, 1 It IB a potreriul play In through lETsterioiiB itanilnirB becomes frantic I ai a Nemisis with is As ;i IcgHlm-iic production; her homc actl con Mic I-LW." played lo ii cross business threatcila to ventibile her in (he United Slates :md Canada ol pasl_Bhe nol her jiusband. Job" AT STARLAND. Ilia -Neir a figure never rfacbcd, nor bu[ he EecE lhe ajiproached, oy any other play. The ]Q caDuol. learn fiKtiro in HEClI gives borne of the ,rom hcr UlD tlie more he tries vast sums of money sntni by tho Ibc- lo wbol is wrong (lie mere "flreaiea LlEblnlne" Is the name ol Charlie Hay's Jnlcsl Paramount pic- lure which Is showing at Starland to- night and tomorrow. Charlie plays the part o( the village blacksmith in [Ills' pleture- Dut, unlike the eeutlepian celehrat- ed by Mr. he arouud under- tho spreading tree. He was a busy fimllli the universe. alrc-lovi'ig public of North America. cornplicaicd snd mysterious becomes 01 the grand lolal, was lailEln ot ne ;inauj- de- rail! in theatre admissions In the t- cldes to bring a younj; ivouitn Into his S., while rcslrlcnts of CMnada and as for wirep other countries paid J300.C07 into tho lne o[ hcr wnrr5. box-offices of tiio theatres .tliat pre- found ou( Tho ycaag wotoan Is scnted the popular plav. Constance, a briSSit person wbo Actresses ol known ahllity and with docs nol shc herselr a large folloivine were engaged la uas (o numerous nerve worso revolution, may ccine. "Mtiay of the lertns aro contradict- ory of ibu pricciplcs proclaimed by The market was fairly active autl j (he great unions, and especially bv quotations on all grades held firm. ]the Uniu-ri Stales. Bulgaria is "requir- The market was aiuduy ILL Lo giro lo Serbia tcrriton" which GO for selects, led nod watered. hu bucn DuJgnrlan since JJulgani Heavy receipts of thcep cxlslad. No ono 1ms crtr questioned arc coming in and.a decline of the i the nationality of the people of. Czar- market may be leaked tor. I Ibroi und the oihcv' cUica on. our There arc 55 cars of stock on the j western (rorlicr which TFG must now Ti-ay" lo arrive today. ccrto tu Scrulru Tha allies say ink Toronto Livestock territory IE taken'away on strategical TQIIONTO, N'ov. it. (Do'uitiiou Grounda. Why lurokc Iho claims oi livestock branch) CaLMo rccclpia alraiegy against couiilry of only 2SO. Several loads o[ western range MOO.UOO people in favor of Serbia with calllo were on the market and sold 13.flOD.yOO, with 1 7.000..000, It was some invention! Then Charlie traded "The Little [ant I'oLato Sliccr" for a flivver, made some time before the flood. "Greased Lightning" he called it. :t worked all-right when It worked, but It had a terrible halit of stalling around. But one [lay- dainty lltllc presents and the man- agement state that the big fun even: will te lie of an automo- bile. A rei! big night will be made of il. one thai will lake the old tim- ers back to the happy days once again. Come on down to the Colonial and brine iho youugslers loo, for there will be special for them as well. Get there early for there- Is sure to he a big crowd, and the lirst comers will get Iho best besides, no tickets v.-ill be EOld attir the theatre Is once tilled. TONIGHT AND Charles Ray IN 'Greased Lightning' Oh, Boy! It's a roar from start lo finish. Wo have obtained permission lo run this picture again lomor row. don't want anyone to miss seeing IU CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN "THE DOUGHNUT DESIGNER" OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Adults, 3ac. Children, Regular Prices. Brains, too! Say, didn't Lo Invent The.Little Giant Potato IL lilew up while lie was exhibiting It to Otlier iveH-kuoivn actresses v.'ho iti- tho imbllc of ripcraville. it's (rue, but tcrprctod the role or 31ary Turner al {9 nnd f II; heavy DCCI steere 35 and J13.GO; choice butcher sleerE, Ill.JB nnd SI? 55. Calves, receipts iS. Choice {1C aud 118.50; choice milkcn 1125 and (173; cholcs apringcra ?100 and J16Q. receipts 1300; ewes and 8nd lloss.'recelrils 801; light, 516.50 fisV hcavIM ?16; BOWS ill and y maklnii is Ihu toy! Cbarllc took liill on with that liUle ol1 car o' his! You'll want to sco him in iMs. iwere Jane Co-vl, Helen >tar- llSington. Jbhnily Stevens, Clara Joel, Muritl Starr, Aline -McOernatl, Catherine Tower acd Edlih Goodall. The Mary Turuer of the is Ihe deparlment store girl ac- cused of a petty counter Mien of she was not guiHy. She was tried, convicted and sent 10 prison lor mrce years, which, slie served. L "Wilbiti Ihe Ijaw" really is a por-; trnyal of the life or Mary Turner, thii, I PARIS, Nor. i-Thc inisslblllty. lioaUUtica be-] l-.vccn iho TurhJsh'govcrnrncnt at Etuiitlnoplc am] .Ihe'XationallsL .forces }icaded by, is out Jn a dispatch rccdied here from Athens tt Rppchrs from Information galber- nl In circles, says the message, "Hat. Muatapha's'uuyieldtnff Rltlluilo will place tlio ConaUnMnople government in such s posUlon that It will hnvo to engago'in ae- Hlnsi tlm Nslinnnliats. The outlook (onshlcrctl gloomy. "There Is rcporled, however. R con- ililtrahle amount of am- onp Ihe Muiiselrnau population over Ihu military service which the Nationalist nnthoriMc.i arc 'demanding from the men. A number or desertions among ihcse troops arc saW to taking nnd Greece with ii total" ot 37.000 OUO. This height of Injustice." M. TodoroII declared Iho Itilure ol Iho peace conference, lo solve tha vexed Dobrudja question Traa a dl: I ftppoinlnicnt to tltc Ilulearlan people. "Southern hu aaid, is a I province which Hie ILurnariiafis h; liheld' three 'or four ground, in cLhiidgraph) I or justice. The Bulgarian peoplo hafj Hoped this injustice' would be reniov ed. The RumaiiiH.n occupation of tlia country is the only ining tliat ta Iraufies 1hc friendship oC two countries. j laklng .iway of western Thrnct to tonu part of an International stale deprives us oF all access to the Ae- gean sea Rnd paralyzes, cur economic life. exit lo Iho sen. coaal was cblaincd wilh tho consent or Serbia, Greeco nnd the oilier Balkan 'siiLlei. Our people had hoped this door would have been opened wider by the Inclusion of KaValca, but instead it his been shut entirely, and' eorln. loses contact the great sea powers. Grateful to America "Under the provlelona of Ihe trcnly Iho.populations of Thrace and other Rulsarlan regions are lett under Greek ucil Serbian rule. Conditions, CDlONIfll TO-NIGHT IS Country Store "Vodvil Nite" Fun? larrelc cT LIT Worth Given Prizes? Lkughi? Oodles ot 'em. An'd you will also see bum per i how, topped by NORMA TALMADGE In "The Heart of Wetona" DON'T MISS IT Gel In ticket: sol after the theatre Is filled. AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT ol being Improved, :irn maue worst-, fngtead of giving --freedom, to such pDoplo In tho Ualkanj as desire It, other peoples, who hitherto have been. frca, are cnslaied." The premier said the financial con- ditions of Ihe treaty are far in ci- cess of the cciiu.cjty of the people to meet. The country nlready. was under a tremendous war dcut, from which It would lake years to recover. To j the allies wn inilcmnlly ol ould Impose a luriJier enormous burd- Whcn yon movo inio an apartment it frequently' happens thflt you find yellow stained bowls and tub In tho lialhrrom. Srub them irell tur- ycnilne anil sail, thGii wash off with liot wnler anrt TOII restorb them lo Ihclr original whllcnc5.i. I en7" TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN InfarniAliDn lias been received dial Joe Garson the man Tor whom a reward ot i.i offered IS COMING THIS WAY WATCH FOR HIM On tho question of Ihe league o[ na- tion SI. said lio liopod the Idea would bo fully realized and tlial Hulsaria would bo ficniilllcd to bo- come a member of tho Iczgns. Kre grateful especially to tlio United the mtuater gaid, "that ThriCT was not iral under Grtek ser- rllude, but la siren the ounorlunils1 of (res development under trie protec- tion ot tho league. Bulgaria, urould Ilk lo Inc Ennio principle extendci further to Include Macedonia." -Mrs. Chnrllc Chaplin's (Sllldrc-d Harris) first Jewel picture since the production of "When a Girl will ho seen on Thursday Rt Iho Kin- press theatre. "Home" Is tho title that hat ueen ulvcn lo the latest Jxila Weber production starring Mildred Harris. Tlio story was written hr Kiss Weber nnd Bhe Is alsn rcspon 3lhle for Id srtmlroblc directing. The story of "Homo" will send su dltnces with new thought Ir Inelr mlnda nboul the place called home. Tho story mfght well have been the Inspiration ot the sonf "Home, Sweet DM been sung In "every honie In tho country With Mildred Harris aa tho tlar, Ink Ing the role of the foolish young girl who forgetd the loTlng tare 'of father and mother, Mule slslora and true hearted boyhood iccta ill version and R rich marrlngo among EMPRESS TODAY and WHERE CROWDS GO Mrs. Charlie Chaplin IHL JHOME' BLESSED SKAM AND PRETENSE ARE CAST ASIDE: SHE HAD A. HEAL HOME BUT DID NOT REALIZE IT. IN Also CHARLIE CHAPLIN A BIG SPARKLING COMEDY, WHICH ONE OF THE BEST DOUBLE PROGRAMS OF THE, "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER' EpUodeNo. 11, LATEST OUTING CHESTER PICTURES THIS WEEK Dally Matinics for Ladlts 50c. NlnhU for All Over 15 Yea 75c, 2.30 and B.30. NOT A PICTURE AT THE MATINEES. FOR LADIES ONLY Stirling (i Woman with a Will Addreil the Ladiri SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S ;