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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 11, TIIE LETHBRITIGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS MARKETS ii.ii l.m. MIRACULOUS CURES EFFECTED Nov. 14.-O2ta Uost. Kii: lilgner for ftnd uu- lor May. BirJoy closed 1 7-Sc ti> I'ic. higher aurt tins So lower lor NovoMlior; 2c lilgaer for Docombur and 3-ii: higher lor May. Ityo closed lower. Winnipeg Markets OATS Opun. Close. Mty............ .N'ureuilcr............ US November May..... JJacoinber Xo. 2 Xo l .feed.. 3 1 No. 2 C.W...17S no Cnli Prkti No. 4 O.W...H5 ............124 ..............152 No. :i Caltrary Livestock CALGARY. N'civ rocolpls frur.i country poluts in ;L eoo-1 jnoriret. A' Tew prim ROIK! steers inado U1..W. the hulk niatlllE J7.59 to J10.M; common, JS.25; licavy ?7.5fl to conininn to ?7.00; cutters, (o f5.75; earners, J3.75 lu I calves, J7.50 to }6; bulls, f5.50 to JG. j llorc.s, fiS.iJu lor imlccls ort ears. r New York Stocks I NEW vnpv Xov. pales: f. P. 11. US t'mieil Elaloi j steel. 105 3-1; United S'.F.lcs stcol lire fcrr'cil. 114 5-S. Winnipeg Livestock at ibe of 70 an hour, thu j whlcb Is queslio-j one giant Hnndley-Fage hornier gassed tbe runnieci comedies ever orer Binghanipton at ID o'clock this'here. PASSED BINGHAMPTCn ed In the Kreaniinnly tunny Jil.VEOLA, N. V.. Nor unpfc coraedy, "Mules and Vila- tUtir original rural novelty skit, The Mule." acroballc hojgo pojge. brimrul ot and clorer i.crpltles, Itolh members ol Ihe leani versatile ueiioncera, and morning, according lo lulum-atlon re-; 'fhrllle In ttft show will be prejeul- offer :t varleiy of "siunts" thai nuke celrcd here. Nothlnx tis been heu'l eij by Klmo Mncolo In ittc lalesl opi- from Ihs iilane nltice tba! time, but if aorte oT the tremendous serlnl, Kino It inalnUlna the of Ihe llirco hourj. axeata ol Ibe Hue ital it reach Chtcago at S o'clock central time. miles from tnc tttrllns point 210 'J'hls will undoubteulr prove lo be the biggest Saturday ever hold taeir brtalfci. Oue or most beautitul muilcal evtr seen on any vzudcTllle cir- iu Uthbrldce, anil will surely driw bit crowds to Colonial oil cuii is (Lai preientei by Biihvell tnd Itice. tirh ot thtir nuiDteri is given srtistiojl'y. and holh members or th: SMurdty splendid mujlral ablllly. An added feature to the bill Till be the appearance o[ Whel Johnston, the luleoted character eatertslner. Miss Johnston this season Is oIFerlag her successiul act "Here Comes thn Bride." a rery clerer niU, In which rha makes mujy of costume, stnra pleasing joogs and enter- tains her audleuce In fine etyle. Topping the picture bill will be Ed- die 'Polo In a eplendid dramatic lei ture. PJstol Point lu THE LAW" AT THE COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT The ai'l is well dressed and is a clean, classy offerinE. Fltiecrald und AnderEon ivill pre-ilse another rine orchestral concert. their ryclonlc singing and danc- All to'.d. Monday's "Hip" Bhoir fives addition to irhich some great screen comcdlci will be shown. Charlie Beresford and hia musical bors procn- ''The feature attraction at Theatre today la a tale of the romance of Helen Drtyton (CotiBlante be (lie E'niprees (Tom Discarded crutches, etc., lu rcstlbulo'of Church at Ste. Anne dc Bcaupre, Quebec. at 1 QOA TC T T AD YFAR Ihe Union slockynr-Js IhiT mcrnlnK I IvJ 1 llnTVlX. were 2.3CS cattle, S5 Eliecp and 3SO I LENT STARTS FEB. 18, EASTER FALLS APRIL 4 hogs. Over 100 cars of slock sro due (o ar- rive today. Thn catllc market WBS 'strong this moinlJK aH'-V the clcniiutl j gooil. Choice butcher heifers TTCTO In Llcman'l at high prices anil nine helfors, averaging pounds. Fold Tor ?I0.75 and 12 others, averag- ing' 1.060, chp.Dgei hanrts at Canncrs and cu'tlera -were active to cents higher. Stsckera nnd fecrters With tho New Year lew than fifty i The almanac announces that there days away Interest nivturally begins to will Le Ecveral eclipses both-of Iho iteady. Choko.Lulcher steers Etrong, ftpproncli of 1920. Al-1 sun and of the moon" Two ol these otliers steady. Tho hog market advanced 60 cents late yesterday afternoon ao'd the mar- ket opened THIS iiioruing at JIG.00 for eclecls, fed and watored. Bheep and lambs of good quality arc Belling et unchanged quotations, but CL'mmon slutl. Is decidedly weak ant! lard Urdispose of. '_ .ready calendars ajid nlmaimca display- Ing tho numerals that mark tbe com- ing twclTO inontha aro lo bo seen, in Lho stationery Bliojis. It Is almost nnncccssnry to stsle that Xcw Year's Day falls on Thurs- day, for every youngster In Christen- dom has already consulted tho calen- dar to. jlQd.-ouL what ChrlsLmas will has found out I hat the festlTfll falla on Thursday. Grown- ups, beiujr awart) that YQar'a Day is just ono wook later, hare drawn the natural conclusion. Old Christmas, Lho restlral that Is Itnown by tie name ISplphany, tbe Felo tics Rols, nnd Twolfth Night, falls ttvelvo after ChrlstmasJoa Tues- day, January 6. Lent Tflll come In fairly early" In 1920 for tbo social son will close wltb Ihe coming of Ash Wednesday on February 18. t Fch ruarr will produco anolhor, day "of in- JercEt to tha general publlc.'ncd that will 'bo Sjnday, February H3. For will -bo Lepn Year, though, unforiun- alely the twenty-ninth, does noi h: during j r-jri T-.iL. __._____.1 i_.. 1.1___ii i__ __i.i i ana o. TVUNXIPKU. 0. Gray ivna cnlletl upon In Iho asslio th T.-S11 be visible in Canada, n "total cc llpsc of tbe moon on October 27, 1021 id a partial eclipse of the sun o November 10. ;T Panama Canal Route lo Be Urg ed at To Handle Grain Jllbl act was rend liy hlmaelf, ho aald, he Ihs crowd to disperse nnrt go to their homes. Ills appeal met with good re3ponEO from those In tho vlrlnlty ol tho rlty hall, but Ihn dleordor conllniicil to other na'rta of tho clly. The jury rcttirncd a verdict o( "guilty" In the case o( Karl Bussc, with rioting and mil awful 1 hcmbly. Ho re man Jed Tor ECH- tcnco. nd G. Flahcnnen will ho delighted to hear that May 24, will carat oil Mon- day. BO a week-end In 1ho country Is assured to those who want It Tho King's Birthday, Juno 3, "school and bank will he a Thursday, and July I, Dominion Day, will (all on the gamo day ot the week. .Labor Day, 1lic first Mondar ia Rep- j loniber, will come on September G. Several Ecllpao tvtDE Dai' la a niornbh feaaL and iLa data will remain unde- Sale of Fancy Work SALE OF FANCYWOHK HOME COOKING CANDY TABLE FISH POND FORTUNE TELLINO TEA ROOM In l.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 furnlahlno fund for. Home. o( last, few yeirs In follow- er] tbe diy chossn Kill be Monday la mid Octobfir. Christmas, will fall on Satur- day. 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.'McKenzle and 5. Me Lay, who leave here (or Ottawa thftf afternoon lo confer with government authorities as to expenditure of the 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 It Includ- ed In tne and "Choi" Yernun Lulli ol whom iti llic- same Eiuall towu. "Cliot" adores Helen nnd she Ipves him ioo. litit slie rebels at the certainty wllh vhit-h cveryouft j links tboir names. So Hiat wtcLi John (Jalvir-. a Now York aj'ihlteci, -.'.uuics to Hie town, Helen her can for him and Ihcy elope. After their mar- rlRER and tlic of their oino ID tiic biy city, comes (o ealize her mistake, a kinil fate frees cr nAd she finally marries the noiv- rosperous the swoellieart 01 cr EirlhocxI. A charming laic of Ihe romance ol pair fit typical young 00% real folks'wTiose lite and love is list what we see about us nil the time nil everywhere. But even more tlian s slorj- value, Lcsso.n" is. fo tccnusc of ils wnndcrlully ruc-Io-life portrayal of small toim _ fe. It iilclure you -will always re- j lember fondly and vividly, and to i you will take your father End lother, your sister nnd brolber, vouri wire and sweetheart. Tim I '.lie high st .jiosslLlc The I.csaou" deserves win positively be the last light 011 Vfhlch Ihe drdinaiin "WiiUln the Law." will be Ehor.n M (lit Colonial i hen- Ire. (hft I.iw" is onn of fiu- est productions H lias boon the good fortune of Ix-tLbridge playgoers to witness, and has been attracting large audiences lo Hie Colonial ibia reck, in addiliou lo arousing very favorable comment. The Colonial "inauagenieiiL urges Ihose of their patroni have nor yet eec-u it to avail tbtmselves of lo- niglil's final opporlnuily. for the Law" is worth joins miles to itc. ng "The Cabaret one Df Ihe raslest and funniest auces imaginable. 1EST "HIP" SHOW OF SEASON AT COLONIAL MONDAY From advices received from .the i Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville book- jinx ottices, Ibe ueiL "Hip" vaudeville show whicli will be offered nt tho Co lonlal tticalro on Monday And Tuesday nest week, is the best show yet sent ovor Ihe circuit. Tour lop-notch head line acts make up the Llll. Thomas, and Jesslt Cbipmtn are the feature act on ihc bill, lire- promise of being right up to Ibe and Lo thoroughly enjoyed by ihose fortunate enough ID tee It. EXCITING STUNTS IN "KNICKERBOCKER BUCKAROO" One of the cicItlriE episodes In Jouglas Fairbanks new Artcraft pic- urc, "The Hnickerbnchcr vblch -rrlll Le shown at Borland to- light and tomorrow, is that of icreen out of a jrln-j .ow of'a speeding Pullman, contlnu-' og up to the roof o[ the car and TUJI- ning fllong on the (op of tha treln, hen juDipln'g Uj the swinging arm ot a water feeder from "ivhtcli he leaps onto Iho horse. This.Is tbe start of a thriving In which two inn'dred cowboys" jiBrsue Fairbanks 'or miles-up Into the hills. Arrangc- ivere made with Ihe office of the Director-General of Itailroadg for the use'of. nn enllrc train for Iho scehos above described. An abandoned rack in "the San-Fernado desert was selected for the location, because of he scenario demanding the desert, at- mosphere. TO-NIGHT 13 POSITIVELY YOUR ONE AND ONLY LAST CHANCE TO .SEE "WITHIN THE LAW" The Tremendous Dramatic Spec- tacle Tvliich has held big aud- iences spellbound this week at the COLONIAL If you can really appreciate a worthy dramatic nUracltcm, we urge you not. to miss seetoE "WITHIN THE .LAW" TONIGHT GREAT SATURDAY SHOW FOR COLONIAL nn extra special IrcRt lor lliea- e-goer.'i, the Colonial Iliealra mnn- agcmenl havo arranged lor an entire-. y new and massive show lor Saturday only week, to be ollercil nt pojiu-i prices of twenty-five cenls for adults and ten cents for children, with a special children's five-cent matinee for Saturday nrternoon. The big feature attraction will none less than Joseph Paller- son's famous stage success, "A Little Brother of tho 5Uch." Four famous photoplay stars appear in this won- der play, J. Barney Sherry, Knlhryn Adams, Frank Mayo and Llllle Leslie being the principal players. Tho pro- duction Is In six acts, nnil Is guaran- teed by the Colonial management as being ono of the finest productions Been for some considerable lime. Salurtlaj-'a laughs will tc furnish- GREAT SATURD'Y SHOW THE BIGGEST WEEK END SHOW EVER OFFERED AT POPULAR PRICES ANY SEAT ANY SEAT EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PRODUCTION Joseph Medlll Famous Novel, produce! ID Mollori for the First Time A LITTLE BROTHER OF THE RICH FOUR POPULAR STARS IN THIS MASSIVE SIX ACT PRODUCTION. FAMOUS Sitcr-Sf OF THE J. Barney Sherry as....... Frank Mayo as Kathryn Adams as........ Lillie Leslie as........... "Henry Leamington" "Paul Porter" Evers" Castle" ALSO "Elmo the Mighty" Latest Eolsorfe of thfs Smash- ing Serial GET THIS FAOTI1 This ic Greatest Saturday Night Show Ever Offered In This City at Popular 25c. Children IDc. Sat- urday Matinee, Children, 5c. "Get Your Shopping Pone nearly Saturday Xight, and bring tho wife and kiddies lo rcc this dandy show. You'll enjoy every bit of It. The full chenv will positively be shown aL each performance." Last enow Saturday ntfilit slarla at 3.30> and Iho friccs art as lovr as possible." ALSO "Mules and Mortsages" A HOWLING VITAG'RA'PH .COMEDY COLONIAL Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville Of THE SATURDAY FEATU-.Z AT THE COLONIAL. TONIGHT AND tOMORROW Douglas Fairbanks In his iiicUlrt, "Knickerbocker Biidtaroo" DOUK spent (lays on evory rnlnnio of fun you gel from this picture, Conio. i lonlghd You mar riot get a'seal Saturday nifht. It'A ivorih rcSinR, FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "LOVE" ind': "TOPICS OF THE DAY" A 11.00 prosrum for virday niallncc, for the klddlca. Admission Be. SAVE MONEY, BUY A SEASON TICKET NOW. ASK THE CASHIER FOR ONE. (MONDAY and TUESDAY Ortat ALL STAR FOUR ACT Bill Special Headline Attraction THOMAS LEO and JESSIE CHAPMAN In their original gymnastic Hodgc-l'odgo "WATCH THE MULE" A Scenic Hural Novelty Aet Spltndlit Jliulcil Act BIDWELLudRICE The Season's Most Artistic anil fill .Musical rerrornjancB. FITZGERALD and ANDERSON VauiIcTlllo's Premier Entortajn- vrt, offering Ihelf cyclonic wlnrl- of pong and dance "THE CABARET REVUE" EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW CONSTANCE TALMADGE u THE LESSON" ETHEL JOHNSTON Clever Cheractcr Delineator, la Her AcL "HERE COMES THE BRIDE" Fonluro I EODIE POLO In "A PISTOL POINT PROPOSAL" Screen Coinccllca and Other AUractloiu. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA arc ailtlsed Iho Hippodrome Ulrtiiit JJookinr oflicfl Ihn (hi" the show yet tent ovor Iho Clrcull. Ever? act ts ft [oalure. Same Popular "Hip" Vaudtvlllo Prlcei: Adult. tOc Children 25c Three Shcvn Dully: 2.30, 7.00 It's R lesson, (or everyone, hotli old and younj, tccsuse it's comedy drama, full ol pep and tears. A gooil comedy willi Ihc Chrialle playtrs, "SOME ROMEO.'' So it. Is. AN OUTING OXOST COAST LIGHTNING No. 12 BRITISH CANADIAN NEWS Empren Popular lit and lOc Saturday Mitlnte, Childnn to ;