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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. DAII.Y PAfiE DRAMA PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS TORONTO SOCIETY GIRLS WHO MADE GOOD IN CHORUS WINXll'KO, Nor. Gala closed and %c Ulgliir, Parley c la igher and flax ITc'lo He higher. JualJtionft: (.'lose May S Nov 'Jicc. 13 [May is Flax- -NuV. 43 May Caih Prices C. 1 Fcc-il 1 Fceil V> :t r. 3'cc.l 1 .V C 2 W I'Jl 2 Kecil i f. W. ...-4W Livestock WINNll'KU, Nov. 10.-- livi receipts over ilic Vicek-eml Irouehl lli'e. total s" equalled la their lino oi acrobatic ous personalities as Margaret IWna- BEAUTIFUL GOWNS IN work. j ton. Jane Cowl, and Helen Ware, lu I NEW OE MILLE PICTURE Reed and Maybella Hcopor j YltKKraiih'd marvellous scroeu vorslon which Tvill be offered at ihe Colonial for Ihree days starting Wednesday Ihts week, ihe leading role oi "Mary Tur- in- r" ihn winsome, lovcalilo, yet fear- utiK'fl by Alice pro lent a sketch entitled "The Girl and The capers" form u. part ot their act. Loth being tip top entertainers. Tyler acil Kileeii In iheir noTclty .dancing acl will jireseot (ha audience ivlth aojnething entirely new In ihe I tray of a rauilcrlllo act. >'ouih. looks, and to date costuming by the jlrl In tho act will make Ihts offering n moat pleasing une. x Leo KlLller, iho celebrated concert violinist will utter music lorers R. raro i real ivUh hEs (lever rendition of sev- eral dmU'ulL selections. Oeorgo will top the photoplay bill in bla latest sacccaa "Luck and draiua, features oi "Wiihin. Tlit Cecil DeMIlte, dlrector-gc neral of Famous Players-Laslty Corpora tlou, always I1'3 personal attention '.o the selectlou ol the goiMis woru by Iba less eliop girl, is assutuM by Alice loading women In Iris pictures, i Joyce, the JUTIQIH tlar Btariinjf work DJI "For Fur .Miss Joyce id given wonilfrful supl'uv: j whlcli Is being ahmvn aL Star- by a including Harry T. j laud tonlgbt and tomorrow, he made Morey an ".lot- Adelu n irln lo Now York, and all tho (larli; as "Agtie and Walter fashlouuble modiste shops, picking out the latest creations ivlth lo garb Gloria Swauson, who has the leading Mi-Ural) as "Dick Magnificent j scenic efiecls. soiuo remarkublc light-1 ing effects, lerrlrir mob Ftents, iho female In this production. imier workings uf police "third degree" and scores oi new InnoTations In the ellciu an extra line featuro picture. I DIN in I Pluck.1 j Laughs galore will be found In the new I wild animal comedy "A Lion Special1' jauil another great orchestral concert I Is promised by CharMe ]ierc5ford I his harmony boyd. j Kariy attendance tonight la aclvls- able in order (o pccuro tho best seals. I jaw" T.-hkh maka 11 one uf the gest productions hi tbc bin lory ot Mr. hag Kelectod an excel- lent i-ast for his ueK Artcrali i Klhott Dexter Is Ihe leading man; others in the cast arc Tom Korman, Clorla Kwansoii, Wanda Hawler, Theo- dore Roberts, Raymond JIatton aud j Sylvia Asblou. WITHIN THE When Ilayjrd Veiller's ironderful .drama "Within Tho Law" Is preaeni- eJ on (he screen at the Colonial Ttea- ro on Wednesday this vraek, Ibral playgoers will have an opportunity of EMPRESS THEATRE TODAY "a Toronto girls joined tbe chorus of Kitty Gordon's show, For. al i fully realising- why this play has been we elf, v.-hon sevtral or The "regulars" had been let. out the moiiBgumftnl. i suli a [ihcnouieual I La nlf Him (1111 c ill ii (tin cliai, rtnrn- I not- 3 TO- Kil t T) v jli WalP-3 I TV-o 1 le (rilf f n llff AlKivc lire-four of the j liocs I tbe Hoyal Alexandra Ibis __ _. _ _ __.._. _ __ r'ii 20S hem! of faille-: iatf rrom IorL to rlSbL lue P'ciuro laketi oulsido thg stage- door, they arc; Kilty Ilyaii, Madeline The Is true to 1 Dolly DIxoii and Jeainc Dare. Tiicy bavc had notbiDE but amateur experleucG itrevlouslyj and :irn making good It deals with a vital (3 hum' WM. S. HART IN 'Over the Great Divide' chorus ladles. AIM LEADS m-rtdilUlon to Tlifc above totals, 3S uPslocl; were belnK ynrJeit tills morning, ;icd they will be included In the receipts Tor TnesJay. There ans 71 tjrs of slock renorled fit arrive today, mnilc up-of over ihe C.I'.K. uiv] 49 L'.X.H. The Canadian Pacific Railway com- jtaiir havu fcuiid it nocesgiiry lo p.acu a temporary on movo- of stotl: from iho aroas there Is a tagu or feed. This ac- iloii is taken by ihrj niilway company to relieve nuiilc sllunlloii In ihe TrndiuK was slow (his 'morning, wlilch may be parity accounted for by Ihe inclement wcatbcr aud Ion' buy- era were on (he market. Quotations, however, were about steady with tlic weekend Hog market was steady al for selects led and watered. Sheep r.nd lamb receipts.were light- .TORONTO, Xov. er -good quality slnff' selling LolaL ot subscriptions to tho Uotnlnlon about steady, other Grades weak. i Victory Joan up to noon today was Toronto Livestock This, figure represents COTTON CENSUS U fearless la It's scathnlg de- nunciation of some of our modern soc- iety's whilst it is melo- dramatic-, It possesses lhal liapp-y com- Xov. Cotloti binatlou ol making 100 per cenl. en- ginned jirior to Nov. 1 amounted Jo! tertainmeat for the onlooker. Amprican-Kfiyptian and 303% balea of "Wlihia The Law" ran for IS con- 594 round bales, J4.0S1 bales oi i on Broadway wheu it Amerlcaii-Kgyiuian and S3PC bales ofhva3 fir5t I'roducea. It has been the sea island, the census bureau an-1 marring vehicle of several of our best nounced today known stage slarE, Includiag sucli law Dominion Stood at Saturday Mil- lioniiire Cities TORONTO, Mov. (Dociinion Catllc, receipts, filfiO; Blow, liiw calrlc nrc OIL sale, buL for saoiJ quality tbu tradu A load of steers averaging 1200 pounds sold at nnd another.load pt 1050 nt the same price. Common and ine- ilium cattle art moving very easier prices. ChoicoVcoVa arc about steady with oilier firadej lower. and cutttra arc niov- jus very freely al J5.25 and Calf recoijUs, 630; trade Is with prices slightly lower; heifcra nnd choice mtlk cows ?125 and ?175; choice springers, IflOD and ?160. Sbcep receipts, 7000; lamb trade is ftt c decline of 25c a hundred; OWES and -53; lambs ?13 nntl J13.50. Jlogs, reciiiusj 4500; no -Hak-s oi hffis made at 10.30 a.m. but prices are likely lo be steady nt last week's closing figures. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Nor. tho cm- bart'o against tho yards thn market to clay was small, but prices held slcady rciiorla Friday night from allot thn .except Ontario and Que- bec, which Jiave reported un to Satur- day night. The totals for the different provinces arc ns follows: DritlRh Columbia___ Albcrtn G.3C5.100 Ontario "Quebec......' New Brunswick Nora Scotia------ Prince Ed. Island TALAAT BEY IN SWITZERLAND INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 10. the forces .of the general committee of Ihe coal workers, in eluding international officers, dis- trict presidents and members of the executive board and scale com- mittee were present wheji' the con- ference Assembled in the Lincoln Hotel, shortly before 11 o'clock. It was found the execu- tive board room at headquarters would not accommodate the full membership of the general com- mittee and the meeting was trans- ferred to the hotel assembly .Today's rrteetlng was called fol- lowing the Issuance of Judge An- derson's Injunction order In In- diariapolis Saturday, calling off the ctrike. Writs Ssrvecf r.NDlAN'APOLIS, N'ov. from the offices of United Stales Mar GENEVA, Nov. Hey, for- mer grand vliier of Turkey, has suc- cccicd in entering Switzerland under an assumed name, according to the Trlbuna, ivhich adds Ihnt he purposes establishing n centre hi Ihe country Idr'Young Turk propaganda. EMPRESS NEWS REEL and FORD MONTHLY. Prices, 25c and 10c, Also tTvo of the blssest comedy hits of Ihfe year. "A MILK-FED A Fox-SunshCne, and a Special 2-Reel Chrlstla comedy, :'SHAVING SHAKESPEARE." Ifi a scream from start1 to finish. The following cltlcshnvc graduated 'ahal Mark SJtoren appeared al the "con- into the millionaire VIcIorhi........... Vancouver Edmonton Calgary----- yaVcfltoon.... l.CCl.GOO Ileglha............. WlnntpeK .1.'. 4.0S9.300 Quebec City S9.50 Jo 510.00; good butcher cows J7.50 lo ?3.50; bocfy hclforB, ?7 to ?S; Blockcr steers, 5S.25; slocker cows, fG.26; cojii'mon coarse calves, There no JIDRS on Iho CHARGES MADE AGAINST MUNICIPALITY OFFICERS WIXXIPIiG'. Xov, Chng. lltcharvison, T. W. Wooten, and W. Champion, all of llio munlcl- pallly charged In police court today with having receiv- ed naymcnls Tor the municipality wi cut authority 'of Ihe council. The cases wcro demanded. A. Foaler has presented in-i I.oainlimlon G. Y. A. with n hand- and a chcquo -for fl.OOO their now clutliousc. VICTORY PILGnjMAGE O.N ARMISTICE DAY PAHIS. Nov. ed allied victory pilgrimage ot lias been v organized Tor annlslkc Ony, to- morrow. It will he led by Car- rlinal IAICOII. yrclibHbop o( Pour Hrltfeli and ID French go; Bul This is Denied By Chairman Stewart of Canadian tyhcai Jlonrd S. Ilaff in "Over the Great Dl- is the feature Attraction al popular thnpress theatre lonJghl. There are also tivo ulg coniedy bits, "A 3Iilk-Fcd Vanip" and a' Christie comedjvrnakinff an attractive program lor the beginning of tho .eroncc hnll -where the miners were_________________ meeting thn oflcrnron about 4fl I is-its issuod in tlic original reslrain- FINE ARRAY OF VAUDEVILLE order to be served on miners' lenders ivlio had uol prcvloiiily lor.ched. ACTS AT COLONIAL TONIGHT COLONIAL HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE TODAY AND TUESDAY A GREAT SHOW TYLER and EILEEN .in Sonp Revue" LEO FILLIER IliiKanlan Violinist. PERCY F.; REED and MAYBELLE TAYLOR In Iheir original comedy sketch "The GTrl and the Traveller" pjxtrn Featuro Act DAVID AND MAE Tn their- daripgly sensational acrobatic Lrapcze acl. After Sijffering Three Yeari Is Re- itored lo Health In Short. Time By Tanlae. a meiljcine puls a man on hlg Test In such n. shorl while, llto this -Tanlac. has done tuc. there musT. lie something back or It." aalcl J. ''lsou, when seen al LrlgffcH anrt Tho Hippodrome Vaudeville show which ojiena at the Colonial Thealro today promises Lo eclipse ;my Ijfll yet seen here, for novelty Is tJio kcynolo of the bill this week. The most daringly sensational ncl on the circuit Is thai which will he offered tonight by DAT Id and Mao, a loam of athletic gymnasts whose, per- formances upon -their Irapczc and bars Is IhrllUng In the extreme. The beauty j of Ih'c act Is greatly enhanced by tlie I personRllty ot the girl member of the learn. Davis and Mac ere experts In- thclr and do soino slartlliiK feats of strength nnd display a dexterity un- Special Feature Photoplays GEORGE WALSH lu liis latest success, "LUCK AND PLUCK" Added Comedy Feature, "A LION SPECIAL" Another of HIDED rlolougly Tunny wild animal comedies. CONCERT ORCHESTRA Pricei; Adults 50c; chil- dren, 25c. Matinee dally at 2.30. Nights, 7 arTd 9 CTARLANH All Prtd-ctl.n, SPECIAL SEASON TICKET OFFER CommcnclnE" tomorrow-, will offer n special season, ticket. good for 20 atlult admlsslona, at Jo.OO.-. Thie licbct will bo good at any sho-.s- during the season and will admit you 20 litiiC3, tegartllcsa or the price o[ admission. Each tictct will be punched at Iho door as used. Some ticket numbered between I and 100 in- clusive will receive, as a ihe Beautiful 26-piece Case of Community Silverware ON DISPLAY IN THE WINDOW OF Wright, the Jeweler Hero is an opportunity to save money on your eDlerlnlnmcnl, and also to get a, iJcaulHul premium tree. This premium goes loathe purchaser o[ .one of Ihe season tickets and noL to 'any canvasser. Your ticket saves yon 10 cents.on. admission on every 35 cenl show. Don't miss Ihis shoiv is guaran- teed at STARLAND A SPECIAL PREMIUM WILL BE GIVEN AWAY WITH EACH 100 SEASON TICKETS SOLD By TTchst you ma.vm money mn4 money itayc In IKe clly. never heard of It." sail] James Stewart, chairman of tho Canadian' whoal liorml when askctl as lo niniors current around (own (hat the board -was Rljoui lu'coinmandcor all or the four toil grades, as It lichlnd with deliveries lor European .contract. Prominent members 'or the groin ci- chaneo slale thai the wheat board Im been Giving ft free hand lo the mlllors In buying wheat and tlmt this will now cease. Thn loanl will lake nil wlical ofTcrcil anil nunortlou It. The hoard hss power veiled In it "'to hamllo the wheat Ihroueh tho l and prosperous farm-, cr Hvlnf near Mldniipnrc, AlborU, f about twenty south' o[ "Ves sir, Tanlac tjcats nnTlliIng I'T'O over BCCII, anil Iknow it's a Mne! ineillclnc for It's remarkable how i' continued Mr Wntrll COLONIAL 3 WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK THE MOST NOTABLE DRAMATIC EVENT OF THE SEASON fon. "It has done :nc. whero everything else failed, nnd can cer- tainly O.K. it. j "For llirco years 1 was bothered i with liver trouble nnd will] rhcuui.vl llsni ncross'the small- of "ni'y back. There was a iialn. and a catch 'iiij my hack that 1 couldn't get .awns' from, and at limes :I would have lo work. I suffered a deal M'lth hilioii3nesF, antl'.nearly nil the my tongue ivoulO he coaled. It was a treat to gel a good rest lor sleep v.'s: out e! Health And Economy join when you eat the famous cereal- wi I (-ikl iiari has no ]iower wltll me. As far .13 appetite 1 commandeer irheal In farmers' hands icoacorncd 1 liatl nntl Micro ivai i f to force any holier to sell. Inn need of a cook around my house. Wheat slocka nt l-'ort William arc i'IT I hail to force injvcK (o enl every very-light and the October shipment j b'tc I look, and then It would-nearly haa been about cars less Ihan always upset my slomacli. 1 Irlcil lasl year, every klud of medicine I knew of hut Mr. Stewart, said Itrfay thai there ll <11'1 no nni' all Ihe time mi- was no lack of ocean tonnage forj tondllion was gelling .worse and DeliciouSly satisfying' wheat cipoit, but "we arc not gcltlnc Ihe The Rumar WINSIl'KO. .Nov. waa losing In veight, which confirmation from any of- ficial source Is fu circulation tod.iv' i that .in.nnler Of the wheat control board vlll be tajucrt shoitly commnn- j ticcrlnc wheat up north- i ern. Numbers J. 2; 3 nnd11 rejected; Numbers and 4 smully; Num- hcr.i 1, 2. 3 and 4 Iced, ctr. It Is ei- jiecled thai the lioanl consldcrc' rho orrlcr necessary because insufficient wheat Is coining In lo fill tTio bojiroY ,nllh Britain nria Greece... BAD FIRE AT Jlan., Nov. Tin cvpto3lon of n lamp Khlch ponded nvcr'n hot air redsler. rauseil a fire Bnnday night which destroyed Iho I'ltrdy block nnd Inc' adjoining Ifanllobi rcsliJIinf in n loss of "I saw in Ilic paper how tanlai- was brining o'lnor iifople-.wlio ba.l porl Ilko I decided, lo With ALICE JOYCE as "Mary Turner." HARRY T. MOREY ADELE DE GARDE as "Aggie Lynch." WALTER McGRAII. "Dick Gilder." And a supporting cast of 500 others. givo It a Irial. Well, sir, it did (he work for me nrd 1 gol rid of my Iroii' hies In a remarkably ihoil lime, My appetite came right hack, ana I'm al- moil ashamcil of myself lhri..wny I cat. 1 haven't taken