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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FR1DAT, NOVEMBER7. PARK FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOT OP LA YS m r i T T1 416 41J who thousht the greatest treasures In I he wcrM were Hclies REVELATIONS OF A WIFE" AT MAJESTIC THE COLONIAL "A on the reruU of iho insrnioas brf.'n i MARKETb Grata tcA Prices OATS-NO. -2 C.W filra No, 1 Frctt to marry a rich Dan. she au-glcd for the heart ol a man about vrfco hurt no visible of support- -because sbc thought be of season's n rum a tic aUratllcms will be thf? adulation EL I lie Mtijeatlc iheatre :be mystery play, "The Revelations of j. MacLaren, which bo oMei-ej lit the Coloafal theatre today and Saturday, carries through out Us un-fold me nt essence of iraceiH. Miss Mjvcl.-'.rvii. FtoUfri la thi- leading male part, isahei (1 most o( a splendid opportunity fk, brlllJjnt -A'ork. subordinate only to LL VVJSNITKU, Nor. Oals clol-cd 'eA- lower 10 uncliauned; 10 higher; tin to J'c Muhi-r; ITC higher. Wlnnlpig MlrktU Open. Clone. 8I May ...f Oecemlar Sommber 45( No. 1 feed.. El'.'i N'l'. 2 Teed.. 73H N'o. 3 C.W... 147 Xo. 1 C.TV.. Feed Track ISO HI No 3 Trick No. 1 N.W.C..... No. 'i C.W...43U Condemned. 127 RYE- NO. c-.w- Calgary____ CAU3MIY. Nov. IUB the' embargo placed oa tie Cal- "All Thli End ot the Line TilKlBI My He come by rli-h. Milllo oT her borne-- njiUamccl oi :he father ami imfihcr Yrbo had. taerilKc.l to u boarding school. Tben nmiJ ihe and snubs a psoudo aristocracy knows so well bow lo Mil- lie learni-d anil lesson jlic erl ia tiie story ol HI: New Job1' j-cffbrniancc: will be ziY tonieht mi a spc- clal uiallnce will ue given each day at 2.30. Ladies only v.iU be ailmltt'.il to the maltneep. lhe ssvics "ami baieliir." Ye'l 1Torl lho slar is. cleverly contrlTi-J 'play (Jovolec? will wc-lcocv the creu- 'torol MOUJ. Cui'Vco and Paul Pairtti- ODCO more in a straight dramaun The comic ability ot Victor I.T known ut yore, arid the exe- cution ot Dij id Under. j-'rUiie Kidjr- way, I.pairk'O Bururuui Lnd Geriruci' Jlany 1 Claire, la euilrtly 'il Jealousy, neglect, mother-1 Fannlc and logically pkcrd, denote In both Lulnor and slar. The author, be 11 announced, ia none other than in-'ilir or cxiraVBEanre: are a ortllmea called i geolui o( tbe modern sborl or the important subjacn diic-iiiEd PeU( cn tne current" appeared dramMIc -nay m ilm new ol- terins, HeyolalPoaa of a Charles Chaplin liiiun-lf is ;3 herd to describe on rc- old on the looking llko mv iKary stockyard! Uw put 36 lourf. catlle contliiuo lo arrive from outiWa points and M only 30 cars IM shipped east Iftal night _.b now full to capacity. Prices still continue steady on good but the of tho nbtpmcnlB are com- mon stuff', which is alow to raoYO even a( reduced figures. A low altfsrs wenl-at HOMO, but the bulk, which WSB common, sold from JS.OO lo JB.50. with some around 17-50. CLoIce cowa mado 58.00 to JS.5G; com- mon, to J7.25; a few baby beef h el fere mado balance of belt- ers, to ?7.25; cannon, J4.50 to J5.00; good Lulls, )GuO to J7.QQ; corn- ed IL-. "His Xfw Job." a two-act corn- ody thai is all slid a laUtfh from the alarl, and the funny come- dian revel1 lets the lun Tlieru ii'111 also b; phou'ii tin; "Lighi- uliiE Haider." episodt- Xiv II; iiao one of OLUIug-CtiepUT fanicus TL-- "Ilome" ami "His NCTV Job" be- urday. Thla ia one of the heat double pruRrains ol Lho Htawii. and no doubt. Thealrc- icra will ailvanlagc of the Eiilcu- count ol bfclng n mystery and to be eeeu to be appreciated. It deili with .a much discussed problem "MarrlBge and and solves a question, "Should or bhould the not tell her husband all her vast It Is z ilartag handle-d In a delicate manner and OulEitlc 3C J5.00 to B'COI] veal U1U IhtT alvaya holler at rae to calves, 11.75 to 3E.CQ: coarfo nnJ Itcow what'haa brought'about thrtjthln. to select hogs wonderful 1 altars 316.60 off carj, with llshls tiollar nfcoiil back, Tanlac." vald A, B. lar- the "popBlar Wslsfort Station on the Canadian Pacific Railroad llrlns at West lower. Winnipeg Livestock XOT. 7.---llcrcipls billing. xere ported lii rntfl a pound. Beach, New HruiiflTrlcfc, In relat- lii Ills remarkatole cipcrlence ihe medlcEue. rectntlj. "ilv recorcry ILK not only surpnscrt Mr. Rawly, '-hut all (he boys on this end ol the line art Hiking obont 11 Pulling tbrouch wlial T bavo suffered buck luto health anil .strength more like worfe of R. iJilracle than o[ medicine, for 1 hail despaired of llYlce much longer. "My health finddooly .way Bt _U1 four yeara "Tje at- and Uct oE grippe, which settled la my i b. Mj- taw! would sour, caus- ing (u mid mcb. 'ft prenare thnjugK1 my chwt ttat I wnM iciTMly breoOiB Sharp would itrlte me ID the chwt, keeping me in agony for boura, and a4 nlgbl 1 would have to rrt dp and walk floor to kMp from unolherlns- One day, about B year after my. trouble atarted, I sas Tomlllnp and Xept it Dp almont In- for four days, and I thought lite" wottld end there, l Had to be carried lo a hoaplul for treat- ment alter which I lell in fair condi- tion for a few weeka and Uieo another attack cmme." on me- -with great pains 1r my ctomarh end IntMtlcw vhlch "At flrtt, UioMi.ipella came about once a month, then twice a month 'tnd ertcy week and got down lo where'I Jnat couldn't work at all. In fact, I Iwl fiftr pounds In vrcfrht and hod lo tire up my LLOII u station and do noLhlnS but try to fiad relief. Then I went lo another hosplUl for treatment. (hen another, marine three In all, and tried every medicine I knew of or (bat WAS lutgested me, but ?tllltte T had po Idea 1 couli! Jire much longer and, of COOTEC, had llltle of ever gettlDE any bolter "My waa like that of lie drown Ing man, reaching 'oat for a ricBpenlfr-and although 1 hari Do faith In Tanlac Lo help me, whsn H 1 crabbed at it a raj but. reaort., I had tried three and eTerythliif in' the of medicines XQ I couldn't hare much faith la Tanlac, hut, It's a fact, bo- fore my flrat boUle waa gone 1 no- ticed a difference la my feelings. It was not lonr nnta fondtnf on my stomach, I had a food ftppettto, and covtd Mt moat anytfabiff without U hurting me "N'our, to put tt til In M Tew words u porafele, I hare tafeen ebjlit bot- of TajJao and nn not only feel' Ing fine, bat I hate gotten back twenty pounds of my lost weight. 1 now wcrkhtff recnlirly eTCry and am itlU picking op both. In wefrlit ud strength right aloeg. I my rvoovery to noUilag hnt Tmnlae, To It the moat won- derful In the worldi and t will pnlM It u long M I live.1 Tanlac ta eoH In Lethbrldge by John D. HlglnvoiJiam t Co.; in by Dluaocd Drug t Stationery Store, U Warner by Mrs. N. at the Union SlockynrdB this- morniiiB were catlle. 600 tm-s.i and In adWtltm to ILoEo, were hei'l ol cuttle un iin dltl show Adrcri. A-lmisdion We and 25c.- WHAT THE BIG NEWSPAPERS OF NEW YORK SAID OF "WITHIN THE There 1 iliilll in every Xcw York American. ETCITthing linrnnnly ins York ilornlng None or the thrills lo'iL (rum tha alase York Times. AlTca Joyce a worthy to The Tied the miudK of a Great Is conifnioiallre matrliim ng Broadway cast and a produclion far above lhe arcrage. The evening pc-rfurmancos are lor crcry- body over tlie age or sixteen. uily VLB a Cosmopolitan Magaiine unasual wealth of screen posti- blli'lei appealed to the Universal Film Company wllh tho result that Itio pic- ture rights were bought. Tod Urawn- wilh the 'JUeclluE ot the pictuie. anil Mary M.'el.jren ai- suLicd (ho -o'c of Stella Scnuiun wiLli such Euccosa (hat critics dectaro thai Fannie llural'a heroine Is incarnalo iu Mary Tho icreon version is true to ILo orleinal story, which in Its fit is an assurance ot uu qualified intcreti. Jtloreorer, it is chock-'ul of surprises and odd many ot Lhtui SPLENDID RAY PICTURE CtmrUs Hay, tJic popular Tbomas II. Itice Blnr in Paramount lias a splendid photoplay in "Greased v.hlch IK ihe bill at Star- land lor the tail Umcs tunighl. Mr.] e lie makes lo cap- one ot the mosl j story and Iho rac lure a robber Is 10'J CJTE ot stock (or today. Jane Cowl aud Helm Ware. not- ablo ElarB who played Mary Turner. York Evening Sun. Words ot pralBe would hardly do more than Justice it trie motion The cood grades o[ hutchcr cattle, ere mMdy lo sirens with in active market; other grades fiteadr nt Thnr3- daj-'s close. Liheral receipts ol hots fouud the market iL-m at (or ttlects, led i and lambs gold in .line i close, but common drop from 10 to "0 ;ure Terajon of the Law." It ihrLUing ever pictured. The support generally Is excellent, Wauda llawley tbe leading woman. ETHEL CLAYTON HAS STRONG ROLE IN NEW PHOTOPLAY How a woman, wife of ;i wealthy N'evr Yorker, imsied through a Eccret continuously York Herald. Dayard Yclllpr's nielodranrj Nov. President and Mwlame Poincare visit England on Nov. tor i four 'days', sojourn, I'he'V i-ill he the guests of Ihe Klne and Queen at Buckingham Taia'ce. The possible suite will 'Include 51. Pichon, minister for foreign .nffnlra; William Martin, chief dn prolocol; Ger.. Penelope, chief of tho preslQent's militarj' household; near-Admiral GrandolemenU two military offlcs-i anil M. Plchon's private secrealry. Amons the funcfions already ar- ranged Is a alata hnntiuet' to bo given by the, King at Buckingham Palace. During his ylsil Ihe-president will be Inalallcd as' lonl rector of Glasgow University. citing ihc stage, uuL is even more so on ib? YorTi Globe. The nc. It has a restful continuity oes not rush from Ecenc to scene y York Tribune. The VHagniph Company has spared either cliorL nor eipense. The [loor into the next house and there n iliTfrront ramp, appear- j.. [ancc Terfonality, ia Hit jlory of "Vicky Van." a new mount picture 9 1 Hiring T'.hel ton, Ti'hlcli Para- Cltiy- 1'c seen Saturday at LAST TIMES TONIGHT Charles Ray IN 'Greased Lightning' We have held thit plclurs a third day so that everyone may havt a chance to it. U Is great. Don't miss it. CHARLIE CHAPLIN in 'THE DOUGHNUT DESIGNER1 COMING! 'WITHIN THE LAW WATCH FOR IT! MAJbMlL and Saturday Dally Matlneei for Ladles SOc. Nights for All Over 15 Yean-- 50c, 75c, 2.30 and 8.30. Cable to New York says Germany's national debt on April .1, 1320, wl! aggregate OOO.OiW. agalcst Jl, before the., war. and tlonal wealth town Vo. built for ammunition porposea at u coat o[ sold to Charleston Development 'Co.-.-for S3, Harris (.Mrs Charles Chaplin) charm3 Rnd delights ia her latest TCIT real acd drama Lie pholonlory. MlM lUrri3 of..Mill cent Hanktn a. small town plumber re film fast is so lhat tbere is ttlc doubt but that it could play tho ;wkcn drama as -.veil as it was ever World. "Within Ihc Law" comes lo the Co- onial for three days, starting ednosday, Nor. 12th. tho Slarland ihcatre. The big prob- lem is lhe denih ol Randolph Schuy- of the Ltrolnu. Who klil- ed Schuyler? "Vtcty You know when you've pcen The pic- ture. Carolyn Wells wrote ihc story. You I remember her for her other I Such as "The Curved Golden etc. She Is a pro- lific and talented miihor ot mystery talcs. Marion Fairfax the adnp- .atlon aJid> HoDert Ylcnola directed I the Elhci CJtiyton i5 said lo br at licr best in a sort cual rolp. The cast ilso declared (n lie tycellont. Noah nccry has the; role Schuyler a seiiii-heaiV' parl, which demands much fine acting. Paramount has given this picture a wonderful iiictroiiolUsii stlting anil it is dcctnrcd lo lie HIP most effective "Uilng ili55 Clayton Elncc her entrance into motion COLONIAL IN MISERY FBHEftRS Courtney How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham'a VerfeUble Compound. OsValoMn, For yean I wu simply IF nriscry from a weakness and awful nothing secnied 16 il A friend' advised to tako Ljdia Pinkhan'a Vege- tabloCompoond. I so and re- lief right away. I cau certainly re- commend Lhis 7alu- slile medicino to other who EufTcrf for it hna done such Food work for me and I know it will help olnnra If they will give it 3 fair 103 8th ATI., Oakiloosa, Iowa, Why will women drag alonf; f am itf to day, year in nnd year out, jufTfrinf; nek miaery M did Ura. Courtney, when lettcra u this are continually being nbliaheu. Every woman who lufTera mm dlaplaeeraenb, irregnlaritiM, m- Blceratwo, nackacbe, ner- taammt, nwhela paielnf thmurh UM of Life timid fire famoai not herb remedr. Lydla E. Fink- tui'eVentaVleCoiDpoiind.aUial, For apeclal advice write Lydla E. Piakhsm I Medicine Co., MaM. Tht result BLOOD POISONING M the Majeftto teAltM and tffort ri_ How often lockjaw and blood poisoning result Ironi lhe ntjlccl ol a lliglil scralch or little cut! Ham- hn'j Wiiard Oil is a sale and live first aid treatment. It is a pow- erful antiseptic and should be ap- plied lo v.-ounds ol this kind lo prevent danger of infection. It u soothing md healing and quicUr drives out pain, and inflam- mation in cases of sprains, bruises, nils, burns, bites am! jtmgs, Just 1 1 Wliabk, loo, for slin nccit, sore feel, cold sorci, canker sore; earache and (ootluche. Ctl it from for ,10 It nol rclurn the bottle and gel your niinfy back. Kvcr or luve Hck hHdar.ht! Jvist Wizard Liver nleassnt I'd I) fink pills, JO r.iali Cuaisntccl TODAY AND SAT. At the Matirite lor Ladiee Only Alics Stjrlmg (A Woman VVilh a Will Address Ladiei on Mnrrlage, Divorce and Love. The Subject Being "The Duel of Sexes" SEATS NOW SELLING AT AHMSTRONG t RAWORTH'3 AND THEATRE. Joe Garson Q Super photoplay moJe fro STARLANH All Protfuctloiis C'junntttd. SATURDAY ONLY Who killed YOU read lliis -wonderful tlor, m tbe and nov comes heaulifnl M.in' Mac .aren in a min-elous iiicluriz tiou o( Ibc fim-t ihiugflt ever dew. A drama Lha ill live, in joitr niemorj IS TRAVELLING WITH ALSO "ELMO THE MIGHTY" EpJtode Aggie Lynch GIRLIES ANd GRUBBERS Another llonlinc Comedy LOOK OUT FOH THEM. THEY MAY ATTEMPT TO KEEP WITHIN THE LAW IF THEY COME HERE EMPRESS THEATRE Home of thi Beit anj Ljltst in Photoplays TODAY AND TOMORROW The Greatot and Moat Touching Play .Ever Written WITH MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN 'Vicky Van (Mildred Harris) Alia CHARLIE CHAPLIN In a mnllTt side-splitting In llila wo offer abso- utely iho grc.ilcsl double program cycr offcrcxl to Iho j of CANADIAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL WEEKLY, TOPICS OF THE DAY. AND LYONS AND HORAH COMEDY. MATINEE SATUflOAY. FIVE CENTS ;