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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I IKSDAY, NOVEMBER 11. ll'l'i fllE LRTllRnintiE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FTVB DRAMA PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS WINNIPEG. .Nov. Oat MC higher Tor December and un [or May. Barley closed to atnl flwi closed 9c dwu for December and tr for .Vsy. Winnipeg Mftrkets Oats Open Sift low- Closg 82 Jlec............. Jlay............ 133V IS'or............. pec............. -101 May............ 44S Caih Prlcei 3 C.W......SS'l i 1 Kced 2 b'eed .....51 3 C.W......iVltf 4 C.W. i'eed.........................13J 1 1 CAV.......131 Calgary Livestock CALGAllY, Nov. "cars of feeder slecrs tram Irrkaai anil two loads ol cows practically con- stliulcd the cattle brought. Into tins Calgary yards 100 head sold by noon. Tncrc was almost no good cows making, 51.25; hclfera. JG.OO to canncrs, J1-5U to 5503; bulls. 55.00 to ?G.OO; calves, whfch constituted nearly onchall of the sales, made from ?5.00 to 57.C9; no lioga were sold. N. Y. Slocks NEW YOHK, Nov. iales: C. r. H. 117ft; United Slates Blccl United Slates Steel pre- Icrrr.J lU'.i, Toronlo Livestock TOHONTO, Nov. re- ceipts 5vO. Trade -was (inlet this niornlug wllh [irices steady Ht yester- day's slight advance. Few real choice I cattle nrc on sale. licet steers aad butcher steers, choice, Sil.50, and butcher heifers, choice, flO.nO and butcher bulls, good, stackers, good, J7.5Q and fS.uO. Call receipts, 6S; calves moving ab- fcleady prices; choice 16 arid J18; medium. and J1S; common, Rand milk cows, choice, J125 springers, choice, and Sheep, receipts 2UQO; lambs sleady fit yesterday's advanced, prices. Top lambs this morning Bold at Ewes, IT and lamlia and ?13.- 75 hogs, receipts, 620; hoc "market ntcady with fed nnd watered BelccLa selling at f 17.25; lights, 513.23 and hoavloa, 116.25; sows, end Winnipeg Livestock "WINNIPEG. Nov. 111 I a morning at (he Union stocbyards Tvero; CatUe, hogG, 226, and three sheep. There wore 21D additional head ot cattle, on Ihrongh billings for Chicago South St. Paul. A fairly activo market vmz Iti pro cress ihorninp, with good grades of ralilo selling strong, other grades Hliout steady. QuotaLIona unchanged at f 17.50 for sfiloclfl (ed ,nnd walered. J.lglit of laniba and sheeiJ found the market-steady. Ottawa Gives Official Explana- tion of New legislation On 1'rohiuitlon OTTAWA. Nor. received at Iht capital Indicate that there IB Mill EC-QIC confusion la the public mind as to the et- fecL of prohibition legislation passed In the closing dare of the session. ThU Is doubtlesi dua to the fact that the effort made by the government to Introduce n. bill extending war time prohibition lor a period of 12 months after ihe war ivaa not proceeded with on account of tbti opposition cipcr- ionceJ Rt tho covcraoient caucus called especially lo consider tha matter. II will be recalled that, at tho regular session of parlia- ment laBt vrlnlcr legislation on Ihoso lines was passed by tho commona and rejected liy VUe senate. There is nothing In the legisla- tion passed by parliament yesler- day pertaining to war lima prohibition, orders in council.. When theso cease to ho effective, on llic (onnal declaration of peace. Iho Icgislatiou [lasstd yesterday will come Into effect. Tho legislation la in lha oalaro of enabling It-gislallon for local opilon In "nreas enlarged to pro- vinces. Tho pltblscile ivlll be liy Ilia Dcminlon govern- ment fit tho request of. a provin- cial legislature, and it a hare ma- jority ot tba people vote dry. the Jlamlnlon government ivill issye a proclamation forbidding tlon of liquor Into the provinces. The provisions of tho "bUlT In other words, do not liecome of- fectlvo In any province until tUc legislature of tho province malic9 Ihe necessary move lo hnre a plebiscite taken. The to amend ihe Doherly Act adopted yesterday nlBO pro- vides that liquor shall not be manufactured, for beverage pur- poses contrary to laws ol the pro- vince. It may be continued to ha manufactured for eiporl, Low- ever. gathering of Interested crowds olong jotheri tho route oier which the Prlnco and hi; party, proceeded by a cavalry es-j cort, proceeded 4o tho lielmont homo reecrved lor tho visitor.! After luncheon tho Frltico to call! on Mro. at Ihe Houee' from the Etacdpoiut ot dramatic val-1 Traveller." -Their art la Inierspi jufa and timeliness, "h'or flttter. For vllh some fine harmony slogtiig. la one oC tho most iniiwrlant: iho slrl at tho piano, .Sir. llcc'l pro-Juctlons -whicti lias lifieo shown lu {this cily tbis H lie eho-wn at the Starlaud loulght ana tomorrow 1 without fall. In- the cast arp- Gloria Theodore Kobfrts, Ellloi Dexter, Toia Korman, Wauda Kayuon'l llaVLon, Holt, Sylvia. Albion. Mother In fine znd the pair put over :L funny lot of ut'.v, comely that calches OQ ivlth tho auJ fence. yomctblnp new la the way of a vaudcTlllo offering Is presented Lx-o Filller, a t.ilented mus- ician, lillled as ibe Itumsnlflti Yi-jlln- Fllller dcllghtji his audience vllh a uuiobcr of splondld violin EflecUons. 'WITHIN THE LAW" STARTS Tyler aad Eileen preseal a dlillnctly AT COLONIAL WED. THIS WEEK different aurl dinclng acl and I if-orc an hit with tlic Thft girl in the net n very ttevrr loo dancer, sings well. acd. Is gimd to Icwk upon. The male oiem- of tho team is a grotesque sort of "nut" LuruedUn, anj known how to iniikR Ms audience laugh, Tho two of Ihi-in offer ft vno' act Liiul Ml a hriglu spo; on the bill. Divjd ami Vat-, an t-itraordinary l.-ittii of [I'hloiic present a Oinlliii-j t-thiblMoii upon ili.'lr flying UuniLii) Hing trapeze, perfornibg many diificuli and ilwcgcrous Tea's. They arc an aihlctlc couple, and llielr act was well received by last night's tud- iencc. The pictures on the bill are nil to the merry. George appearing In tho featuro atlraction AILuck and Muck" a fine Fox pletura. One of the funniest commits ever seen here is the rlotoua wlh( anlaial omi-dy "A Lion Special" which U aiao lielng shown. The wholo show Is sat to pome fine orcneftral mus'.c ofterod by ihe Colonial Orchestra, under tho direction of Charles Beresfonl. aamo bill la repeated this evening1. That a live Interest Is helng msnl- and It was expected he would sea throughout the city In the com- jpresldenl In Ms elrk room, rtowings at the Colonial Theatre On hla wa) from tho station, the PlartinS Wednesday (tomorrow) of irrloce the squaro where iho Hayanl Velllor's elarlllng metodrama I orroal picrclsea In conneotkm with "Wllhln The Law" is very evident hi he colehrallon of armistice day Cumbers of enquiries that arc bc- u progress, dusL'Ilo the rain. lnE made by those who Intend seeing J the play, concerning It's many phases. j The most recent examine ol the Snler- that Is shown. Is that of Ihc weH known [oca! man who was sure he had I "captured" Joe Carson, and is'ho the local detective out of Lei a.t one- l thirty a.m. -to orrcal the aforesild "Joe Garsou. I "Joe Garson'" is Iho name of the character so admirably played by [Harry T. Morey. the Yllagraph Elar The Harry T. Morcy. the Vitagraph star, has re-created the role of Joe Carson j In the screen version o! liayard Vcil- ler's stage success, "Wllh the His work Is of such a character that Nine Are Arrested Including It far outshines anything done by any of the actors 01 the legitimate stage when Ihcy essayed the role of "llio best Ktllc forger In the United States." Garson is a regular crook, always outalde the la.iv, unlrt ho meets Mary Three Memljcrs of British Houso Nov. orriccs of Ihe Sinn Fein parliament were raided Turner, vn.on ncr release from prison after serving a. sentence for n (heft loiay by llie authorities. Nine per-1 committed by another. She persuades- na irero arrested. I Garson Ibat being dishonest. "Within Those taken into custody included! the where he is immune. Irom John Jonn Haves and' arrest by surrounding himself with Frank Lawless, Sinn Fein members i clever lawyers Is not only perfectly of tbe JlriUsh house of commons, j safe but much more lucrative. lie falls In love wish .Mary but notwUhstainline his cnYironmeots and his companions, his Is ihe love of a man. He protects her from not only .Many documents seized In raid, Nine Arrested DUBLIN', Nov. Sinn Feiu parliament was raided today by the authorities Bud uln'o members of it were r-rrestcd. NO TRACE OFIHE Informal Ceremonies Marked Visit President in His Sick Room TAHIS, cam- conllnupj ivlth unabated vigor throughout franco, M. Urlsson, ono of lite extreme Socialists in tlio last .chamber, who Is seeking re-elec- tion, sslfi nl Moullna yesterday. the Is yours. You Ujual taKc ll. No oiorc chateaux. No more landlords.1' Although many rioti and -pcraonfll hive dealhs liavc yet bo en Ihorc haro hecn many broken lioads and hoa- jiltal cases, Tho national council ot Iho women of Krflnce, utirter tlio proaMoncy ot Marlanio Sfegrlef, T.'lfc or tho former Jiicmlier for Unvra has lasuctl an jical In demanding