Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOVKMIJKH 11', 1'JHi i: i.c; n mining U.MI..V PAGE DRAMA PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Qnln I.lienlocc WIN'MPKC, Nov. closed down for Peceintcr and -Kc lower for May. Itarlty closed lo I'.i1 luvver (lux 3a higher tor Xuveiu- lier, up for 1H-. eiuber and Sc luphcr for M.iy. Winnipeg Markets Open Pec............. S2 May............ Xuv................ Dec............. Ull-'i May Xov............. ISI Dec............. iM.iy............ 446 Uoc. HI Cash Prices Close 132H Sft IF 2 C. 1 Feed W. 1 X. C. 2 C. W. 2 J'ccJ "ID IN MS" HKH That Will He Secret Until End of Crop Year, August 3J, 1920 Winnipeg Liveslock ____JIPKG, Nov. 12. lleceipts this nioniiiis were iinproxlmitely 4000 hcnil of cattle. 711 hogs and U? ivilh JOO additional head ol through billing for Soulli St. Paul and jiDlnls east. The heavy run of cattle btil! continues anil receipts for this niontlt should exceed the same moilili Ot insl year over li'-'avl. Today's resort indicates another heavy o! slock nllll 152 cars ill Eight lo arrive lodzy; C7 cals due on the C. 1'. II-. 23 over the C.N.It, and Cl uvrr tho G.T.I1. Common to medium fonir.lc hulchfr catlb selling freely tills morn- ing nnd a large supply of this class of are un the maikct, while the Eiuikct was also strong lor all grades ol cuunre slock. hog market was unchanacd at Jlo.jQ for tclccls fed and walereil. Heavy receipts of Innibs and shcop WiNNIPEO, Nov. Stewart, chalrmsn of llw Canad- Un declared It had been decided to with- hold Information it to the mice received for Canadian whcil be- ing sold until the close of the preisnt crop year, Aug. 21, 1920- He believes that lh: majority of farmers are laliBfied to wait un- til crop has cleaned up be- close of the market. Fed 'water tiaals, Eclecls. J17.25; lights, (15.25; heavies, fiuws, ?12.2a 'lo ?15.23. Ihe lamb trade Kteady, best sales being mado al }13.Sj; lamhs, ?13.00 lo J13.S5. fore being told what additional price they are lo receive lor their wheat over the flrtt fixed price as guaranteed by the government. J'The aveiagc said Mr. Stewart, "Is a good sport and Is willing to take a chance on finally securing the best returns possible, Some export wheat has been sold, but It would be unwise to make public at what figure, for the rea- icn that the balance yet to be ditpbsed of may be sold at a higher or lower figure, and as the whole crop is pooled according lo grades, any figures riven out at this time might be very mislead- ing. This Is the only reason why I have decided to withhold the price I am receiving for Canad- ian wheat until !l Is all disposed of and cl--ned up." Told Tn the Hills" Is Second Pa mounl-Artcraft Film Starring Ex-Fishier, The new I'aranlounl-Arlcrafl pic- lure, tu tho HlllF." whlrli will he at Ihe Kmpress theatre 10- day. features ilajor rtolert Warwick, who recently rcturued to after fcreral rriDiitlis' service on Gen- eral Pershlng's Elafl in Prance. Major Warwick was among Ihe first people, hfl gets into various melo- dramatic mix-ups that create their own comedy incllenta. White Fairbanks IB usually of an enthusiastic Mature1, lie feels tliat "The Knickerbocker Tlucharoo'' hlni greater oyixrluDkles than ever afforded him It-lore In hlJ car- eer. Jlc purcbaFPd a new Iiorsc, liavlns retired "Star" from active service nut] was In dilly prartlce with )l before the f.UrL of Jhe regular dar at etudlo, getting acquainted tad trj'lng new ELuiils. "WITHIN THE LAW" AT COLONTAL TONIGHT elartllngly sensat lonal Jrama Tlio Law1' A Ibree days at Uie Col- onial Theztra todaj'. and II Is now pnicllcally c'jrlaln that the pliy will meet with enormous success here dur- luir the BhoTlnsr. P.s InLr-nse interest lo volunteer when America cntereil hl. becn arou5oa ovcr ,Qcai sUow. the war and served overseas a3 a t Colonia1 n "if' Tho l-aw" Velller-a several balllo fronts His first pie. ViU. will lie each dar, u mat- inee for ladles each day at 2.30. evening sbovs at 7 and p.m. Theft.1 will lie no reserved A sjieclaL-. ly augmented Concert Orche5tra Till Interims tlie flee musical EcXJre TTlilcb Tlirec iierformancfes ot "Wl'htn the I accompanies the play. the Hnti hank recount, hiiraws !30.000 from the lino, oc- ai. trlla [he eharpcrs ihit they are A tjf crooks seeking to swindle her uioni-y ivilhojt fc-ar ol I Sami Merchant Others lo About He Sulltred 35 Yean. thirty-five lone years before I found this Tanlac, 1 suffered wltli asthma in ita was Ilio statement made by William K. While- ley. ol 10.525 ElelLtr-ILIrd Ave., monlon, Albcrln, while lalklCE to the recently. Mr. DANDIT'S BLOODY WORK before the war. "ToW tu Ihe Hills" lire cuts Mm In .an heroic western rolo tbal Is expected to further cn- hancc his reputation aa a dramatic NEW ORLEANS. La.. Xov. l2.-Dr.' actor of the first rank. Leopold Cordova, former consul herds' An unusually powerful cast has for Honduras, was ehot and killed been assembled to Buuport Majdr and his wifo clangemusly Mounded Warwick, Incluilirg Ann Little, Wan- lalo last by a Landlt. Botli ivcro tla Ilawlcy. Eileen Percy, Tom Kor- lefL for dpad in a ditch ou the- oui- and Monte Blue. Cleorgo MuUorJ skirls of ths city. j directed Die picture. yor can uulllno soinn procedure ordi- DISTINGUISHED TRIBUTE TO THE COMING LJEVEREUX no sLroDtjer estimate could A GRIPPING PHOTOPLAY Cecil D. DoMllle's latest production, "For Better, For an Arleraft jbc made of Hie morli ol tile Clifford renlure wliieli is being shown I Devcreui company, wlilcli appears si at lho starland tonlglil discusses tno Ilio Majestic Theatre for two nutli inodem problems now cn- corameucinB FrMiy. November 21.' gaging .public attention. Of course, wild regular nmllnei: on Saturday it ho Inrposslbte lo doll wllll lhan ;hc Tact Ilial Iliey'lievo Lewi in-Un (he problems In a single picture, Tiled lo give performances at Colum co jlr UcMille has taken one of Iho bia University, Harvard I'biversily. ,BOst imporlanl angles of tlic Dartmouth College, University of man who stayed at tlie steady for clioice has liveil in and around VA- [ulnia. IJniverally o[ West .Virginia, i home inslead ot EolnK to France. The quality stulf; lop hmi'Ds selling at moliion'for the last thirty-five years, j University of Ttias and every lead-1 story was written by Edgar Selwyn, ;n.BU and food sheep sold at ?3. ,3 engaged In the wholesale !anil iuK sate college in the it is srenarized hy Jeanlo Jlac- Common ehcep are Jj ;iuisiiiess.' I The fine iiunlily of'lhe organization! phc-rson anil It'U an citrcracly pow- p.nil f-i. with common lambs ctiangmBj lrjed orerj. kI10Vi.u asllima .treat- is amply manifested In Ihe fpllowingicrful and gripping picture hands from ami l.ncrL iml to'iio avail, and I've goiltribule in. Harper's Wee'Kiy.ffom the! more sooil-out ot turee bottles otlpeu of IIn Nornmii Hapgooil, Its erti- Taillac Ilizh ouL of all the other iriedl-1 lor and distinguished critic, after wit-! FAIRBANKS DOES chics I have taken put together." con-] iioesliig "The Dbvcraix performances j SOME NEW STUNTS linuccl Mr.' Willcley. "My worst spells would conic dur- ing vveatlier or diirirR a crimes in the alniOiyhere, and vlien nn nl; come ou me It- mo'so uail that it -was all I j could ilo to Eft my breatli. Jinny nil many a right it. uniiossinio ir me to lie clown at all, and 1 TfOllM sit up nil night till morning narily criminal, but when surrounded liy legal technique, absolutely proof against criminal legal procedure. I AHco Joyce, Ihe Elar In! the role of Mary Turner, HID shop moves the case. She has been sent to prison for a term of three years for a ricpartment store theft of which she was InnoccnL While serving her Aontence sho studies law. She dis- covers that she cau do many things, absolutely criminal, If she hides be- hind the skirt of legal procedure. When Elie Is released Mary needs money. She reads tho advertisement of a crooked real estate firm seeking money for investment- First ohtain- ng the advice of a lau-yer, she calls upon the real estate pharpers repre- senting lierscH lo lie a wealthy -woman she is pennil.css. She signs partnership papers and, as one of the obtains right to check Wholesale Produce WINXII'KG, Nov. produce on llic Winnipeg mar- ket arc as follows: Potatoes, in 100 bushel lots, .51.10 u hu.hel. llutler. bricks. to CO; dairy, It to 43. ESSS. Jobbers anil rclailers, 52 lo CO. Toronto Livefilcck 'rOHONTO, Xov. livestock aiid licen up my fijlit lo cet breath. lor and distinguished crilic, after wll- ueeslng 7he Dtvcreui performances of "Twelllli at Ihe 'Columbia "Mfe in the. United Stales lacks no desirable clement more than il lacks arl, ariri ret even in the arts wo oc- casionally find almost by'accident, something of very high quality. Tile IDevereux -company will serve as an illustration. They are giving Shakcs- ipearc and Old Knellsh comedies with a refinement and competence that is Todty and Tomorrow "1010 111 THE US' aOBER.T WARWICK. in Uie Hills' In his feature, after str vice in France. ALSO'COOD COMEDIES LAST TIMES TONIGHT Cecil B. DeMillc's GREAT PHOTODRAHA FORBSTTER, FOR WORSE Svith fillet Beiter, Glorli and n host ol other stflfc. Don't misa lit. Tbis inclurc may hate condemual in SaakaVchawan ;ind H.C., but. there' is nothtog ia it to pvc oflcnce lo aJiyone. "NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HIM" An citromcly lunnr Scnncll coQiedy, with the intan- itablc comedians, Bfn Turpln mid Chas. Lynn. OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTt The feature will shova at 7 0.30. BUY A SEASON TICKET AND SAVE MONEY. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM TO BE GIVEN TO THE LUCKY NUMBER IN THE FIRST.100, ON DISPLAY AT WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE. extremely rare in our country." Drmglas Fairbanks has a suitcase full of hrand .new-stunls that he in trodutes In bis Lneit picture, "Tho wtilcb is to be shown at Starland I'riilay and Saturday. Douglas has been in constant train- ing sun wiih Bull Monlana, Spike Robin-, i anil Kill McCoy and, quote the screen athlete, "I'was in the pink of Good callle arc naving a Iracle this morning at Monday's aci- Tna.l an attack ol aslluna Vhe company vlllle here will Elvoi condition n-heii I marie this fllm'" vauco in price, one load avciaBinG R ,ras vi (jueBllon for mo lo ..The Scllool [or by. Sheri-1 His lalest Arlcrati release talies pounds nt .fl3.nO n linn- ,nlnt ot dojnE wort. I c 'yrms an'fl Ihe by I him oul Weal, phere in an effort to drcd. Medium and coiumon rattle, are i whQt a was to Kci good nijiii. shaiv. 1 lie nnscinsh. ami do lliin.cs for'-otLcr moving freely at unchanged values, for monlhs and inoiLlhs.nl a lot of money tryinj; cutters snd canners In Heavy beet slccrs. ?I2.75 lo SJ4.00: Inilclicr Btetri, rhnice, 511.7ii tn hlllcbcr lieifcrs, choice, to choice, to f butcher bulls, 'good, ?P.2j lo J10.K. Call receluls, 01; trade steady. Choice, slG.uu lo 31SJW; milk to JlTy; Elirioger, clioicc, 5100 lo 5150. markcl tironKir nnd with hogg sclMnc liroltahly ivill' ailvnnce 25 cents before 416.50 to ?10.75 f.o.u. prices licru time. I sucnt (o rid myself of my trouble, Init wha'. litlle relief 1 was only temporary. "A friend ot mine, who had used Tsillae sncli remarkable results, nilvlfcd me one day lo try it, anil 1 decided to do It. Well, sir, I was 30 Kuvprlsed in nil my life ith the very first boltli; I began Co. improve, nntl I've lafccn. thrct DON'T PUT OFF It's the neglected cold, cough, lender ihroat or tonsils, that debilitate and leave the body disposed to serious germ diseases. SCOTTS EMULSION should be at the first sign of lowered resistance, cold or cough. The energizing of bring essential nourishment and help to eSk. the weakened system. Glue Scott's a trial 41 ft Borrne, To TOE la, Ort. hoLLICH ot this Tanlac, and nm com- lilc-tely rcalored to licalth. I never IIQVO a siRii oT asthma trouljle, nml cten ilnmi) Teallior comes on I can'L Icll the difrcrenco aL all. I slecii like a Log now, and it's a fine feeling lo EO anil hnou1 I CAU sleep iiiTie nnd nqt havr> 'to 1m up liaH Ihe nielil- suitcrinff.' U'a right now. Xow, GO ahead and pub- my waul you itor it's R plrasnrc for me lo'rftcOiu- i in c nil a mcilicfuo llko The sLomach regnlalcs (lie c on til- (lion of Ilic and i.i tlic founL of good li-oaHli or disease, as Ihc tasu may lie. Tanlac Is intended primar- ily for Hie rcsulallou of the ntomach nrd correction ot calarrhal innamnia- liut it la no uncommon thinj; for persons who have user! it to thnl It. has relieved IfiDin, not only of-Indigestion, but also ot rlieui llsm, complaints, antl I many olhcr nllnients not gcrcrally i recognized as having their origin ID slomacli trouble. TftiilDc Is solrt In lAlbhrldgo by rjolin D. irielnbolham Co.; In Coal- liural by Diamond Slatlonery Stnro, hnd In bj Mrs. N. Dar- STARLANH A All Proiuctlani I THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY COLONIAL NOW PLAYING TODAY NOW PLAYING Albert E. Smith Offers the Greatest Play of the Century Times of Showing O Times of Showing tf-u TONIGHT! AT WESLEY CHURCH, AT 8 O'CLOCK HEAR THE GREAT ENGLISH WOMAN SUFFRAGE LEADER ON DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS BucVaioo1 DOUGLAS O FAIRBANKS "Class War TI. Class Co-operation" General Acfmlilion, Jl.MI. Boys and Qlrli up to 18 Years, 50c. IN The Knickerbocker Buckaroo AND FATTY ARBUGKLE IN WLOVE" Oh, BoyI lin't that come program? Can you beat it: for 35 cents for jduht, children prlcci. Special children's millnce Saturday afternoon. Children 6 Our policy to give you value for your BUY A SEASON TICKET AND SAVE MONEY. Bayard VeiDer's Startlingly Sensational Play Which Ran for 18 Months on Broad- way. WITH ALICE JOYCE "MARY TURNER" WITH HARRY "JOE CARSON" And An Enormou Supporting Cast WITH ADELEDeGARDE "AGGIE LYNCH" THE FINEST DRAMATIC ATTRACTION OF THE YEAR. Adihi 50c; Children 15c. Special Ladies' Matinee Each Day: Aduhi 35c; Children lOc. Tu Included in These Prices. SPECIAL AUGMENTED CONCERT ORCHESTRA.