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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBKR 11, 1013 TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS Ufal. MIRACULOUS CURES EFFECTED Nov. Oad tlosc- 8 4i: feigner for ftnd uu- chajigoit lor BirJoy closed 1 7-Sc ti> 1-io- hinder aflrt tias So lower lor NovGt.ihur; 2c lilgOer for Docombur and 3-ii: higher lor May. Ityo closed lower. Winnipeg Markets OATS Opun. Close. Uoctiubcr 81 S Mty December May November US 139 May Iteroinber Xo. 2 35 ft No l .feed.. 3 Fecil :No. 1 No. 2 C.W...17S J No. 4 O.W...145 No. :i 152 Calrrary Livestock CALGARY, Nnv rocolpls from country pi'luts rdfiilloil ;L goo-1 jnoriret. A' Tew extra ROIK! steers mado Ul.SO. hulk niablug to J10.50; common, heavy ?7.5fl to conininn (iG.OO to ?7.00; cutters, JD.L'o lo canricm, Iu valves, to J6; Ju.iiO lo lloc.s, fiS.uu iOr :iiilccls ofT ears. New Vorh Stocks NEW vrppv Xov. 1-J.-Closing palca: C. P. It. US 1-2; Uimeil SUloi Btocl, 105 3-1; United SlF.tcs stcol fcrrcd. 114 5-S. Winnipeg Livestock "vYIXMPKO, Nuv. al lhe Union slorkynrjs Ihh were cattle, 25 Kliccp and 3GO boss. k Over ]00 carj or rlotk are due In ar- rlvc today. caLUc market tvfls1 'strong this inoinlJK an-.V Iho deniiutl gooil. Choice butcher belters Tfero In dcman'l at high prices nine helTors, averaging pounds. Fold Tor ?10.75 and 12 others, averag- ing 1.060, cbp-Dgei hands at UK25. Canncrs and cu'tlera -were active to 23 cents higher. Stsckera nnrl feeders PASSED BlNGHAMPTGfi ed la the rcreamioRly funny M1NEOLA, N. Y., Nor. eoraedy, "Mules uud at ihe of 70 an hour, thti J Mart- which Is questio-j one giant Hnndley-Fage hornier iiasaadiol1 the funnied. comedies ever E orer Binghampton at ID o'clock thU'fbera. according lo lufum-atlon re-; 'fhrllle In show will be prejeul- celled here. Nothing bis been beai'l ej by Klino Mncolo in the latest from plane glace tba! lime, but It aorie of lhe t.fcmcnijous serial, fllnio It inalnUlna the of the three hourj, of lha Itne It reach Chicago at J o'clock central time. Bloibampton la 210 from the poltt. This will undoubtedly prove lo be the biggest Saturday ever iu ami wltl surely driw ble crowds to Colonial on lenUos their original rural noveltj skit, The au acroballc hojgo brimful ot new and clorer her pities. Itolh members ol the team f re versatile iieifoncera, anrt :i variety of "siunts" tlia.1 niake the hold their brtalh.' Oue of tlifl most beautilul muilcal SVMS fcvtr seen on any vzudcTllle cir- cuit, is (bat [ireienteii by Dldwell like. i or ibeir nuraben is given and both members of the hate siiltLiHd musical ablllt ai-i is well dressed and is a ctei THE LAW" AT THE COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT FliiEcrald und Anderson will lent their ryelotile plnglnE anil d An added feature to (be bill Till be lhe appearance o[ Krhel ton, the character entertainer. Miss Johnston this season la oITerlag her successful act "Here Comes thn Bride." a rery clerer sill, in which rka makes maaiy cfaiajea of costume-, stnfH spreral pleaelng1 JOQJS and enter- lalna her audience In fine itjle. Topping the picture bill will be Ed- die -Polo In a pplendid dramatic lure, "A. Pistol Point Proposal." ''The feature attraction will the be the Ton I hi will positively be the last lRht 011 which the drainaiin the Law." will be Ehor-n M Iht Colonial irien- tre. "Within the l.iw" is onn ol fiu- esl productions H lias boon the good fortune of Ix-tLbrldgc playgoers to ances imaginable. Discarded crutches, etc., Iu vestlbulo'of Church at Ste. j Quebec. dc Bcaupre, 1920 IS LEAP YEAR, LENT STARTS FEB. 18, EASTER FALLS APRIL'4 Thcalra today Is a tale ol the romance of Helen Drtyton (CotiBlante Tal- matlgel and "Choi" Yernnn (Tom Loth ol whom live iti Hie- same Email towu. "Cliet" adores Helen and she Ipves him !oo, hut she rebeVi at the certainty wllh vhit-h cvcryout j links tboir names. So ttiat when John (ifilvir-. a York aj'ihlteoi. -.'.umcs to (lie town, Helen sels her rail for him and they dope. After their mar- rlRgR and llie citalilifbnient of llieir oino IQ Lho biy cily, llelon comes to ealize her mistake, a kind fate cr ntul she finally marries the noiv- rosperous the sweetheart of cr girlhood. A charming laic of the romance ol pair nt typical young Americans 00% real folks 'wTiose lite and love is list whnt we see about us all the time nd everywhere. But even more tlian s storj- value, "The Lesson" is. fo oritorlous bccnusc of its wcmlcrlully ruc-Io-life portrayal of small ton'ii fe. It iilclure you -will always re- j lember fondly and vividly, and to i vhicli you will take your father and ether, your sister and brolber, vouri wire and sweetheart. Timt lie high st .jiosslLle recommendation and The I.csaou" deserves it! Adrcrt. and. has audiences lo Hie Colonial tbia week, ici addition lo arousing very favorable tomraent. The Colonial "inanagenieiiL urges Ihose of their patroni have nor yet eec-u it to avail tbtmselves of lo- nighl'.s final opporlnuily. Tor "WItbhi ilie Law" Is worth joins miles lo i With tho Xew Year lew than fifty, days away Interest nivturally bcelns to The almanac announces that there will Le Ecrcral cclfpscs both-of Iho fed and watered. Sheep and lambs of good quality arc Belling et unchanged quotations, hut 1 cummon stuff. Is decidedly weak ant! lard of. '_ 1YOKGRAY1ELLS ,o ..r.le v__- Voar'- falls nn y In ShHs on- ha3 Iho calcn- ilar to. jlnd-out what Christmas will has found out that the festival falla on Thursday. Grown- ups, lieiujr await) xbat Year'a Day is just one week later, have drawn tho natural conclusion. Old Chrljluiaa, Iho festival Lhat Is Itnovrn hy tie name JCplphany, the Felo tics Rola, nnd Twelfth Night, falls ttvelvo after Chrlstmas.oD Tues- i flay, January 6. Lent TflU come In fairly early" In 192o for tho social sea- son trill flose T lhe coming of Ash TVUNXIPKU. 0. r. Gray, was called upon In Iho asslio courts today lo glrc evidence In con- nection ivlth events Iparilng up to the j j; caude of lljc'Hlot net bclns read during ._, the strike, June 21. He said IhaL Iho behavior of lha Ijrge crowd assoraWp-l In frorjL of the city, hall COD rayed the Impression that they dlrl iiot re.illin the serious nature of the situation. Tho JlloL net was rend by himself, ha said. Wednesday on February 18. t Fch ruarf will prcduco anolhor. (lay "ot In- JercEt to tha general publlc.'ncd that will 'bo Sjnday, February H3. For will -bo Loyin Year, Ihou'nh, unfortun- ately the twenty-ninth, does noi Panama Canal Route lo Be Urg ed To Handle Grain Easier-will conic April 4, u-hich will msko the dates of Lhe two accomrjanylns. holidays, Good Friday and Easter Monday, fall on April 2 met with re3ponEO from those In tho vlrlnlty ol tho rlty hall, but Ihn dtEordsr conllniied to other parts of tho cllr- The jury returned a verdict o( rifxy, BD a week-end In 1ho country Is assured to thoso who want It Tho King's Birthday, Juno 3, s 'school and bank ulll he a nnil July J, Dominion Day, will (fill on the aamo day ot the week. n vir i 0. W. Vr as f receiving u u v i j it. alt, who noardod lhe ThanksstvlDE Day la a mornbla feast -and Ita data will remain unds- ,ratl, Itlt g.ptemb.r when for IhiBlwaWnr. If the of last, few yeirs In follow- arl the diy chossn will he Monday In mM October. Christmas. 1920, will fall on Sutur- Uay. uid Sale of Fancy Work SALE OF FANCYWOHK HOME COOKING CANDY TABLE FISH POND FORTUNE TELLINO TEA ROOM In I.O.O.F. Hall Corner Ave. and B'h 31, Opening 3 o'clock SAT., NOV. 15 Afternoon >nd Evening. Part of proceeds In aid of lha home furnUhlno fund for. Home. WINNIPEG, Nov. a re- sult of Improvements to Vancou- ver harbor, expected lo be com- menced earfy In the new year, It la thought possible lhat grain grown on the Canadian prairies from Moose Jaw to the foot'hllls may move west next year to its foreign markets by way of the port of Vancouver and the Pan- ama canal, instead of through Winnipeg, to the Great Lakes, at at present. The project was dis- cuEsed today by Lleut.-Col. G. H, Klrkpatrlck, chairman of the Van- couver harbor commlstfpn, and his Major A. R.'McKenzfe and 5. Me Lay, who leave here (or Ottawa thltf afternoon lo confer with government authorities as to expenditure oT the J5.000.000 vot- ed for .Vancouver harbor Improve- Detallt are still lo be arranged, but the of the party ex- prtitedi the hope that conit ruc- tion work would be begun In Jan- uary. A wharf about feet long, with two storey of re- inforced concrete, equipped with modern loading Includ- ed In the plani. BEST "HIP" SHOW OF SEASON AT COLONIAL MONDAY From advices received from the Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville book- ins offices, Ibe uciL "Hip" vaudeville show which Tvlll be offered nt tho Co lonlal tticalro on Monday and Tuesday nest week, is the best shovr yet seni ovor lhe circuit. Tour lop-notcli head line acts make up Hie Llll. Thomas, and Jesslt Cbapmu are the feature act on ihc bill, lire- g oUt-ring "The Cabaret one lhe and funntest perlortu- addition to irhich sorne screen comcdlci rill be eh own. Charlie Beresford End hie musical bora pronv pre-ilse another rine orchestral coocert. AH told, Monday's "Hip" allow fives proraJte of being right up to Ihe i and wiH Lo thoroughly enjoyed 1 ihose fortunate enough ID tee U. EXCITING STUNTS IN "KNICKERBOCKER BUCKAROO" One of the cicltlnc episodes In Jouglas Fairbanks neiv Artcraft pic- urc, "The Hninkerbnchcr vhlch -prill Lc shown at Borland lo- ilgbL and is that of icreen out of a jrln- of'a speeding- Pullman, contfnu- og up to the roof o[ the car and run- ning along on the top ot the train. hcu juDipln'g 16 the swinging arm ot a water feeder from "ivhlcli he leaps onto Iho horse. This.Is the start of a. thrlUln'g In which two inu-dred covrhbys- jiBrsue Fairbanks 'or miles-up Into the hills. ArrariBC- .ents ivere made with Ibe office ol the Director-General of Itailroadg for the usc'of nn enllrc Ualn for Iho scehos abore described. An abandoned track in "the San-Fernado desert was selected for the location, because ol the scenario demanding the desert, at- uiosphero. TO-NIGHT 13 POSITIVELY YOUH ONE AND ONLY LAST CHANCE TO .SEE "WITHIN THE LAW" The Tremendous Dramatic Spec- tacle Tvliich has held big aud- iences spellbound this weclc at Lhe COLONIAL If you can really appreciate a worthy dramatic attraction, ive urge you not. to mlas seeing "WITHIN THE ,LAWJ' TONIGHT GREAT SATURDAY SHOW FOR COLONIAL nn extra special treat lor lliea- e-goer.'i, (he Colonial (liealra man- agcmenl havo arranged lor an entire- ly new and massive show lor Saturday only (his week, to be ollereil at popu- prlces of twenty-five cents for adults and ten cents for children, with pecial children's five-cent matinee for Saturday nfternoon. The big feature attraction will none less than Joseph Palter- son's famous stage success, "A Llille Brolber of Iho 5Ucb.." Four famous photoplay stars appear in this won- der play, J. Barney Sherry, Kalhryn Adams, Frank Mayo and LIIMc Leslie being the principal players. Tho pro- duction Is In six RcLs, and Is Icecl by the Colonial management as being ono of the finest productions Been here lor some considerable Lime. laughs will be furnish- GREAT SATURD'Y SHOW THE BIGGEST WEEK END SHOW EVER OFFERED AT POPULAR PRICES ANY SEAT ANY SEAT EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PRODUCTION Joseph Famous Novel, produce! ID Mollori for the First Time. A LITTLE BROTHER OF THE RICH FOUR POPULAR STARS IN THIS MASSIVE SIX ACT PRODUCTION. J. Barney Sherry Leamington" Frank Mayo as Potter" Kalhryn Adams Evers" Lillie Leslie Castle" ALSO ALSO "Mules and Mortgages" "Elmo the Mighty" A HOWLING VITAGRA'PH Lslcst Episode o( this Smaih- COMEDY ing Serial GET THIS This Ifie Greatest Sslurdjy Night Show Ever Offered In This City at Popular 25c. Children lOc. Sat- urday Matinee, Children 5c. "Gel Your Shopping Pone Ecarly Saturday Night, and bring tho wife and khldics to rcc this dandy You'll enjoy every bit of It. The full will positively be ihoivn at each performance.' Last fhot: Saturday niEht slarl: at 3.30. and Iho rriccs are- as low as possible." OF THE COLONIAL Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville Of SATURDAY FEATUT.Z AT THE COLONIAL. TONIGHT AND tOMORROW Douglas Fairbanks In his iiiclore, "Knickerbocker Buckarod" Doiifj spent days on evory mlnulo or fim you tcl Irom thr'j picture. Goluo. i lonlghli You mar not gel a'seal Saturday 'nijM. ll'S worth rcSlnK. FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "LOVE" and'.' OF THE DAY" A 11.00 program for 35c. KM- virdar niattncc, for the klddlca. admission Be. SAVE MONEY, BUY A SEASON TICKET NOW. ASK THE CASHIER fOR ONE. (MONDAY and TUESDAY Orut ALL STAR FOUR ACT Bill Special Headline Attraction THOMAS LEO and JESSIE CHAPMAN In tlicir original gymuasllc Hodgc-l'odgo "WATCH THE MULE" A Scenic ILural Xovelly Act Splendid Musical Act BIDWEUudRICE The Season's Most Article und Performance. EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW CONSTANCE TALMADGE "THE LESSON" FITZGERALD and ANDERSON VauiICTllIo's Premier Entcrtajn- crr. olfcrinE Iheli; cyclonic wlnrl- or pong and dance "THE CABARET REVUE" ETHEL JOHNSTON Clever Cheractcr Delineator, In Her AcL "HERE COMES THE BRIDE" Fenluro Photoplay! EODIE POLO In "A PISTOL POINT PROPOSAL" Screen Coincdlea and Other Attraclloiu. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA arc adrlsed liy tho Hippodrome Circuit llookinr oflicfi Lhsl Ihlr h the show yet tent over Iho Circuit. isftTT act ts Feature. Popular "Hip" Vaudeville Prlcei: Adult, tOc Children 25c Thro Dully: 2.30, 7.00 lad tOO It's ft lesson, (or everyone, liotli old and younj, tccsme it's comedy drama, full of pep and tears. A good comedy with lhe Christie players, "SOME ROMEO.'' So it. Is. AN OUTING OXOST COAST LIGHTNING No. 12 BRITISH CANADIAN NEWS Empri i 23c and Saturday Mitlnte, Childnn ;