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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15! 1919 THE r.Ef IJBHIDGIi DAILY PAGE FIVE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Onta ind Mreftlue'c W1N.N1PJXJ, Nov. closed lower for I >3 comber, and down for May. Darley rlosc-J 3c lo lower anil flax lc ohvtr Tor Novem- ber acd utK-L-uT.geJ for December and May. Uyo closed Winnipeg Markets SI1, No. No, 1 FIiAX- Nnvcmber v 4 Di-cembL-r 4 May 4 December I Cash -Prices OATS No J So. 2 Feed :i No. 1 4SI No. 2 No. 3 C.W...135 New York Slocks vniiK ?cnv i iriics: O.P.K.. USM..; Sled. 105; ljuilcd Stales Sited prfr lerrcii, ill. Winnipeg Livestock V.'I-XNIPEC. Nov. 15.--KcccSpis al the yards lortiy were callle. HKCr aoza and six pV.eep. There were 1GO 30 at! o' ecvttte oil (li rough billing for export. lo Uclfilum, cars nl were belnR yarded Hi is morn- and will lie Included !u tbc I receipts over the u-tek-cttd. So far (fie embargo placcj on Curilicr receipts at llic sioct by Ihc I'ulille Markets. Uml'.cd. Sas not (alien any elfrcl on the arrl- Heavy runs arc cbnmtg In v v v SIR HARRY LAUDER HERE ON DEC- 16. Thac Sir Harry I.uuJor will v poilllvnly tiu-ludc v In hN hltii-rary on Ms tour v 4arounh Western Canada licit v v Is now definitely nssur- v v ed. Manager l.en S. Mr own of v the Theatre luday re- v coiveil the contrac-i for Kir v Harry'd appearance which Is scheduled for December 16th v at the Majestic Theatre. Ac- toiniianylDE Sir Harry on his present lour Is a com- v pauy of high Uass vaudeville enlerlalncrs. o v Colonial, Hiat no effort Is being spared lt> nuke each week's show teller Ihbii its predecessor. ibis fact ainiily lo llio new vaudeville lr-h ivjll IIP at lha Colonial on Monday anil Tuesday next. Atlvk'tn received Iroin tlir clmili book- InE tiff ice's dtfiulu-ly htate that Uiis new Mil IE (he Lest dial haa su far betn senL over Ihe circuit, .so t.'oloulKl patrons can took forward to an c-i- ceiilioually gootl on .Monddy and Tuesday. soloists will furuiili eicel-1 offers that crowded Ms mall. orcbeilral projrom. [poHtelr tit awi al onn Popular prlcei of twentr-five cents i about 10 erjaniie company ct for iduLla will prfcTAll touigiu. As a] own. wherein he wuuld have a Wif rrovi'd is Inier.ilJnx rons advised to attc-nd early Thomas and Is used for this purpose. In ihe dramatic development h turns out jcalchy r.-ork. 1-er iiharai'ler Eh too strong and she j c-xposes Ibe intrigue. The crisis revo- lutionizes her own lite and wins lor lier iho respect of an libnorftblo man that later iii'o a true love. dance'Tli'i Jresie Chapman will JieaJ the Iiill in eccentric lural novehy, Ibe a really funny acrolmtic comedy ct i ulitcli is brlnilul ot clever vork and .new Ideas. jl Kthol JoJui.sioij. is ari-Iainied by 'crillrs lo he N'an llilperin's iTjual, wilt iiresent clover chacurler sont sketcli, "Ilore Conies Iho lirlde." a wet will: Ijriglji and Cabaret Itcvue." will dellghl "Tiio Itlp1' The pirturc will be shown aL thcJi theatre Monday nml Tuesday, U was directed by Victor L. Schert- linger, under the supervision ot Thoiu- ai II. Ince. lu the supporting cast arV Forrest Stanley. II. li. Herbert. jialrons ivith Uieir original way o( onlcrlaiiilnK. They Binir a llule, and apparenl- ir work as much as their They art :i happy cou- oT will be u wet- come Hem cm (lie bill. Dell llnonc, Elsie l-arhnor an'1 Clements. Hal CLIFFORD OEVEREUX. HEAD OF THE DEVEREUX PLAYGRB, haaJ at Jeve'ctplLig tho j iDRD'iictlpt he hid IKroni ihii lnctpl.toQ o( hti lal1 drnt IUOTU, over BLR: 1 jiKTess WEB emuhAtlR. Hfrjti v Iwllli lillle or ao reputation Clifford is lo aityetriEio a producer, llr. Dcvfrein. by sheer s.'i! force of Individual tonvtcUoD. rapidly became n recognized and lei'lct of the ut-at. in drama, his cf- forti Httalmnt; more and more Import- Race with each fcason end at ihe AJDjestlf Theatr comedies for tin engagement of days. ronimeuciDg Fridayp Xovemlwr had an up usual and unique his- tory. He la an eiamjilo ol careful i tralolLK beins applied lo ihe for him ;-.n nnprerpndted pop> _ i with Ibe result that. Jnrine hid ularlty as the le.idlnK f" .seven years of louring [lie Luuatry lie ma.nagcr tacl autdorliy has not had oae loslug Todny cbosen enthusiasts Mho arc earnestly j he the ackaowledted leadtr c-x-j Jelermlned tha? ;md Bler- ainjile for iho study of (he Naeslrs tu ling plans shall attain tn America "The Lesson." in which sin? ovfir the prCEcntct] by Lewis J. SclwJ cCrcen adaptation of Virgin! SolznJck in fieresford, the Coloninl'.1; whlc orchcs- Ira leader, lias prepared a musical ______ ip" Ter-jEram for Monday lhat will Hit Hie hunc Van dc Water's story ol married [mark, and lurlher servo to establish Ife and directed uy Charles Giblyn. Miss Talmadge's veraatilily comes lo lic fore again in this picture, siiice prtcedlr.R Select Star HL'riea pro- duction, "Up the with Salltc." PROPAGANDA AGAINST AND TOBACCO RT. LOUIS, Nov. in tc: sivc world-wide campaign lo leach HID "had efferL on health of alcohol tr.d was advocJiled al Ihu victory conlcrencc of Iho national Women's Christlnn Temperance 'Un- ion, which opened here today. Speak- ers denied prohibition was re- sponsible for tho bbor unrest, and, emphasized It was due to It that valc-nt slrlkcs wero virlnally devoid'. of violence, The pledged thorn-{ tclvoj lo seek out violators of ihe dry] law and report Ihcm lo tho federal a comedy -with ilcHehlfuL farce sit- ins calore. "TJjo ._ _ comedy-dram a, lakfiii from the life we see about us everywhere. I Talniadpe is Eceii as a little country pirl, who makes the of her life whc-.a she confuses t'ne flash o[ clly manners (or something more substantial. There is n grcnL deal of comedy In the picture berauso iL deals with the curious little and eddies of village file. The inform- ill dance In the town hall, Ihc racket store, 'Ihe soOa fountain arid all the other Little Incldonlala of seml- nirnl life arc pictured In deMglilful .scenes. There Is a big "heart punch" ics the picture, antl it is" suro in win yoor hcflrfs, ns Miss Talmadge's pic- tures have always von BEST "HIP'1 BILL OF SEASON FOR COLONIAL MONDAY So encouraged aro the Colonial man- agiMnenl by Iho support being given, liy loefll playgoers to ,thoir Ilippodromo circuit, rop.d show hooklngs which nre now a weekly litture al the. popular Colonial In the hearts of lovers Cup3 city audiences arc the rule i Monday nights, so a lllllc advice to intending patrons lo a (lend early is quite In order. GREAT SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT To wind up one o' Hie best weeks Ji the history of Ihe popular Colonial theatre, ihe Colonial management inve arranged for a monster week- end shovr, which will bo stagel' espe- cially tonight. Every item on the hill will be brand nciv, on cnt'rs and com-, plete change of'program being Jn order- One Qf the fineat six-reel features over setm here will top the hill, this he-ing the dramatized version ot Joseph Patterson's famous novel-find stage play, "A LHKe Brother of. ilic- TUcu." In Ihis sterling feature, no less than four popular .screen stars enact the leading roles, Frank Mayo, KalUryu Adams, Lllllo Leslie anfl Barney J. Sherry' bting1 the stars, A rollicking Saturday night laugh [9 promised in Ihc howling Vitagraph comedy, "Mules and and Ihe thrills of the bill will come in chunks jii ttie latest episode of the smashing serial, "Klmo the Mighty." The Colonial Concert, Orchestra oC Possessed of a. voice ot and having nlvraya been more or leas of a critic In bath music and d rani a, lie became In the promotion of various clubs which, were working for a better and moro acceptable un- derstanding lietwetn education and tho dramH. Finally, yielding lo Iho urgency or hla co-workers, ho eave up his busi- ness career, fend began n systematic study- of modgrn drama as 11 U pre- sented today. To become more faniii- lar wlih hts ncTr vocation he obtained hla first hand knowledge of the stage' by appearing for several seasons with j such reputable companies as thai of: Annlo Russell, (who at ibat lime was presenting a -erles of Old English; comedies) and Ihe Company of Solh- crn and .MarJowe. Uls success exceed- ed his modest anticipation nnd cllctl- ed numerous requests for his services, but Uc was proof against the fluttering Fairbanks' first Artcrafi pit-lure more lhan sii KulclifcrViooker HiieJjaroo.'" is tic I shown el Slarland fur the last iini tonight. H's u rafrthmakfnjf rale of younp Xfeiv Yorker who decided to cicvote his life (o others, Which la a. fine motive, buc if full of nil sorts of humor- ous possibilities. .And you know what Pouff can do n-Kh a humorous TONIGHT FUH! THRILLS! STUNTS! DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Buckarflo" ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE "LOVE" AND "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Buy a Season Ticket Now COLONIAL TONIGHT ONLY SATURDAY MAMMOTH SATURDAY. NIGHT 'SHOW ANY SEAT 2'5c Cliildrcn "A LITTLE BROTHER OF THE RICH" Great Sii ACL Feature "MULES-AND MORT- GAGES" niolous Vilagraph Two Acts "ELMO THE MIGHTY" Latest Episode Concert Orchestra COME EARLY MONDAY AND TUESDAY Used for a scratched ihe wrong THE SEASON'S MOST SENSATIONAL PHOTO DSAMA Come dcnm nnti see ilic inside workings of the Smart Set. This picture Is an cipose of the tlolngg of the "40D." You cannot afford to miss It. It is a vital, gripping story rtnt will keep yon enthralled from start lo JiniaS. ________________________________I__________ FOR ADULTS That it is a dangerous lliing lo look with longing ayes on other men's TVIVCS, h Inn morn! onl Jn Thomas II. Inco'a latest P.irnntouiiL picture. "Other Men's in Dorotliy Dal I on elarrcd with n remarkably cast lici'. The slory conccrjiFi ;i yomiff girl in (U-aiierntii circumstances who is (isctl liy a designing mnn ns a cat's pnw to scratch the' rlomcBllc- felicllj- of an- fhcr man's wife. UP nho illfdalus the RpncUty of ihe home, Is In lovo will] j n mnrriccl woman Is :ui apostle Iho crucd that nil Is fair In love. The ia above repronrh nntl thn only liopc for rtls'orce ground Is to catch him (n some compromising posillun. Tho young girl, [ilaycd ny Dorothy MAJESTIG-ffi FRI.-SAT. S THE MOST BRILLIANT EVENT OF THE SEASON Q X ENGLISH COMEDIES ENGLISH ACTORS COMPANY WITH ZI NIT A G R A F FROM MAYOR OF MONS TO CUhRlE II. C., N'ov. 15. Arthur Uurrio t6tTay ro- oclvcil Ilio (ollpwlim c.ililo from Iho.luireomnaler 61 Mons. Bol- Slum, In rclcbrntlon ot Iho lirat anniversary of Iho armts' tlcc: "Connncmoralfne the (irsl Unnlrtrnory o( tho llljcrallon ot Ihc clly ot Mona yoyir val- iant troops, Ihc whole jiopula- linn j'fttir glorious nrmy nnd lla chief." The incsRagG Is signed .lean Trfssarls, the FRIDAY NIGHT Nov. 21 and Saturday Mat. "THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" BY SHERIDAN Constance. 'Talmadge111 The Lesson Ar. Ouling-Chesttr, "The Ghost Coast." Lightning, Raider, "Hurled Into Space." British Canadian Newa. 25c nnd 10c. eOLONIAL SATURDAY Nrghl, Nov. 22 "ARMS AND THE MAN" BY BERNARD SHAW Miil Orders Now 3EAT SALE WEDKES DAY AT ARMiTRONQ AND HAWORTM'S Prictj Me, 76c, If.OO ancf 11.10 Saturday MatlnM, i THE 6EVEREUX COMPANY IS THE ONLY ORGANIZATION WHICH IS GIVINQ THE OLD ENG- LISH COMEDIES. THEY COME DIRECT FROM WINNIPEG WHERE THEY WERE RECEIVED DY SPLENDID OHOWDS AND EVERY CRITIC WAS ENTHUSIASTIC OVER THEIR .EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE WE ARE PROMISED SOMETHING UNUSUAL IN ACTING AND IN STAGE SET- TINOS. Eighth Annual Tour GREAT ALL STAR FOUR ACT BILL SPECIAL HEADLINE ATTRACTION THOMAS LEO and JESSIE CHAPMAN In lielr ordinal eyranaslio IlodKe-PodsB, -Watcii Ihe n scenic, rural novelty acL SPLENDID MUSICAL ACT BIDWELL RICE The Bcisoz't Most Arllsllc nnd lleaullful Mus- ical Pcrtormacce. SPECIAL FEATURE PKOTOPLAY3 EDDIE POLO in "THE COME-BACK" Screen Comedies nnd Oilier Altiintlois. FITZGERALD and ANDERSON VaiuTeTlflft'e Premier offering their cyclonic whirlwind song and oance, "THE CABARET REVUI" ETHEL JOHNSTON Clever Cliaraclev Delineator, in Her Xiw Act, "HERE THE BRIDE" COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA Popular "Hip" Vaudeville PflcM .'._ Adulli Children..........i 24o ;