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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVr.MDKU 17, I'Jl'.i Till-: LKTHUllllHiU DALl.i PAGE FJVB DRAMA VAUDEVILLE MARKETS drain ind WINNIPEG. Nov. Onls dosed He htgber for ember auci May. llnrlcx closcJ lilKlier for Novem- ber. uit for DcteiiiLer and hlfilu'r tor .May. Klai closrcl 2c derail for November, Ic lowi'r tor Dcrcml'cr nnd lower fur .May. llyo closed lilgnor. Winnipeg Markets rhroivs Oul Veiled Threat What May Happen If Leaders Convicled Nov Dee. Jlay Dec S'l'', CO 2 C. W.....SC Kxtra 1 Fccil Feed SI S C. W......... 1 X. W. C...... Track 2 C. Cash Prices Close 173 453 HOH M .47 3 C. W. ...1GOJ1 ...13351 ...WD ...Wt ...460 ...133 'PEG SHE LEADER of WINNIPEG, Nov. II. Web- a tor, Torcinnn or the'cnind jury. loJay 'onutilly co'miilaincJ Lcfurc Mr. Jus- who is presiding, of a reported utterance ol J. S. Woods- worth, oii6 ol lha accused strike leail- crs, 01 a meeting of the labor party Sumlay- The statement complamcxl of, as carried in a morning paper, Is as fol- lows: It wo get a penitentiary sentence, we will carry with us the picture ol this gathering of people who are behind us. Indeed, a sentence lor us uilgbt n great triumph on ihe part of the people. 1 can not con- ceive of (his leaving me or others tlicre very long. Jt tlie gov- ernment officials want lo start a rcvu tutlon lit iucm b" dolnc." ForeniDn Webster said: "Wo EOinclhlng should he done to slop pro paganda In connection wllli Uiese Winnipeg Livestock Nov. the Union jUockyanls over the week end brought Ihe totals lo 4311 cm 513 sheep. In adji to the above, "OSO cattle -.vcre received during Hie sa mo iierlod on through Ijllilnt. The embargo placed on rcccrnt? of cattle into Ihn Union slockyanls last week will bo lifted from 12 no on lo- flay, on Ihe understandinE thai the railway companies will furnish suf- ficient equipment to move Ihc slock out o[ 'he The market was strong Ihls morn- Ing', for female butcher slock wliili oilier grades held firm with the wcek- rml do-P. One butcher heifer weigh- ing WOO Dounrls sold for S1-- while a choice butcher cow. ivclyhlni; over 1GOO poun.lF, loppoii Hie market at The hog market was steiidr at ?16 lor selects fed and watered. Good quality and lainhs ac- TlS R13THEP, HfiNODflOGHTEB Both Made Well by LydiaE. Piiikham's Vegetable Compound. Stacle, the Change of ife' I had hot (lashes, was nervous, run ilown, and had sick hcnJaches for two or three davs at a lime. I IOOK Lydia E. PlnrOiBm'e Vege- table Compound and I am much stronger and better in every way than I was. My daughter's heal th broke down lest June from leaching school v.'Hhout a rest, antl sho hna laken Lyriia B. Pinkhnnvs VcgeLablo Compound and the IJlotxl Mcdicms with jesylLV SUc ia much belter and now and I jpve your medicine Uic praise. You ore welcomo lo us3 Setter for Ihe benefit of olhcr Buf- fering F, A- GAMES, No. 1, Ala, sufTerasMra. Gslncsdid rhciiicl'iiot to give Oiis famous rodt herb .remedy, Lydia K. Pink- he.m'B Vendible Compouml, B trial, BS Ihc.cvideRca Ihct is constantly being jmblishej proves bsyond question that this grarjj remedy has relieved much CulTurir.g nmsrig worsen. ForconfiJciilir-1 Lydia B. PinTihtiin Mftiicinu Co., .Lynn, Mass. The result of their forty years1 experi- ence is at your service. hargcs and cates wo arc 11 K." Mr. Justice Metcslf said: "K lie (Mr. WooJswonh) is n rc-'creucu to these assizes lie Is or which there Is no clc-tonse. It la o serious that 1 would liesllale to believe lliat, under tliurgc, lie uould c sucli sliiTeuiPnl." r. Justice Mclculf intioiattil that f (.QD Brand jury could usccrtriin lhal he alleged Etaicmcnt was made, a serious tliarge would Le laid. The udgc went OIL to say tDat iiroof o[ ,lic statement alleged to luvc been insdc would Jrave (o be secured. .Mounted polite representatives In attendance nt ihe meeting at which Woodsvvarth spoke. way of vauJovIlle, Ihc four acts all being lop notch attractions. Fitzgerald and Anderson, a team ot cyclonic dancers, will the show nlUi their spectacular and dancing "Tto Cabaret and when they make their appearance Coloulal patrons ntc going to see ono of the best dancbg acu on the cir- cuit. U [dwell and JUco will be every marriage and how- many enter the bonds of innlriniuny w'lhoui Butllclent thought or iirenar.ition. As! a, mailer of fad, marvlaeo -ill our' worldly acts, should ivquir-' Ihc a.-.iks solemn Eiudy (n orJcr Lo prcr.aru oue's ehilxir sclt for its full responsibilities. Mar-, politai DOROTHY DALTOM'S 'OTHER MEN'S WIVES STRONG PHOTOPLAY cud parly Iu ihe Adiiou- with a liallowe'tn parly in an .Uo mountain lodgt, a metro women as It fs based on a clash of emotions. One wife, tired of Her husband and In IOTP with another, manipulates through her lover 10 force another (played by Miss Dalton) iwi c muuu- compromise tlie iiuslraud she caa Eet a od by Ihc millionaire', Tho husband wlna Iho respect an-1 rerreshltiK atmosphere ndmlrallon of tha girl who is try In; j-Iage is the most itnno-iir.t L'jaiui-ss: mings ju llfp. many rc-alize Ihis? If ibi hciiril-ln their exceptionally home anil married lito. U shows I t-ouios lo Slarlurul as a J'animo'ini a tcrrltlc sln musical offering entitle'! "Musical proves lhal ibe same standard 1 oifprlBi; for wday ami tomorrow. i women. ditles." Doth mcuibcr.'i of this aclaro'of aclion shoulJ prrmlssiblc for IKiUim i-i hi a vives aa ivell as for husband. Tills rliiallriK charactor. She; Is I >lcluro features Enitl 7Jcn by an cicctiMonally strong cast Includ- icl as hopeful !iltlo housewife, I up Forrest Stanley, 11. II, Hcrbon, vhose hushnnil forKOts ihe Doll Jlal CU'nirala anj I'lsi-.1 f the wcddinj; the modem Larimer. H directed hy Victor nth for money and oxcilcniPiU. Hut L. under the supcrv'iEion' ijst how ihis panic busbnnd was rmido1 o alone or all his steps. Is one if the secrets of "KicppirKf Oat." II n amazingly originol Jn Ha plot, and ,t is a convincingly ilramaLIc appeal .0 Ihose problems tint so many hus- bands and wives have lo between Iho two tlvc' common grades wcafe. N. Y- Stocks NEW YORK. Nov. sales: 0. P. H US: Unlleil Slates 3lcol 105: United Stales Steel I're Icrred. New Company Conversant with All Farming and Ranching Conditions in Alberta versatile- performers and tali-tiled mu- sicians, aiitl offer an ael which wiJJ make a strong appeal to lovers of real music. KLhcl Johnson, tho International character comedienne, will preEjnl her criminality "Jlerc Comes tho lirlde." Stunning gowns, ability to ing and dance, and possession uf 'A arc personalliy slanip Ethel John- on's acl as one of tho catchiest ol ho season. Laughs will come In loads when Leo and Chapman make their bow to tbo 'Hip" crowd tonlgbU, for ihclr rural acrobatic comedy "Watch the Mule" or.e of the funniest of vaudeville nany funny acts. Novelty Is tho key- note of their performance, and 'they certainly put their many novelties over In fine slylo. Eddie Polo will be fieon la his latest screen thriller, "The Come Back." and in addition to_several oilier attractions Harry G ribbon and his famous I, Ko girls will bo seen In their latest com- edy riot "A Pullman Blunder." Quito In order with tho Colonial shoivB, Charles IJeresfonl and bla mu- sical hoys, will offer another Una or- chestral concerU TooIghfB Hip show looks like Ibn best of the season, and early attend Loan Will Hit The High Spots Complete figures of the Victory Loan for all of Canada have not yet been compiled, but the total will likely reach Alberta's total at present is 700rOQO, but this will he increased complete returns are in. Southern Alberta raised more than ten milHonf- B. C. Goes Ovtr Top YAXCOUVEIl. Nov. 17. British Columbia has subscribed or more than IU quota to Hie Victory Loan, Up 1o noon today returns Indira led that over 000 Imil been subscribed and It 13 er- pected that when reports from all parts of tho province arc complete, another million will be added. Van- couver' has subscribed over" OQO, over a million and a quarter more Lhan Its objective, and nearly double Ihe'quota, allotted to It, which. CURE THE HEADACHE Don't Endure it. Thai headache ind neumlejla'seeoi lobe getting chrome- Kvcry day or co, you are lathered. Get Dominion C. Ii. Cixara Bromide Quinine Tablets. Dominion C. IJ. Q. will get to worlc el the tlie fever, the Xalurc cliance to relaforcc her Treat cued Dominion C, 11. Q. 19 made by the celebrated firm National Clicmical Co, ol Canada, Limited, which, alone, is sufficiciit, gimrantcc of the intrinsic worth of this preparation. Get i bar to-day and prepared to combat disease before- ilj inroads become serlouj. At all druggiiLa, in Ihc Red Box, 9 BIG DANCE OH BOY TO BE HELD IN THE K. OF P. HALL Tuesday, November 18th SOME JAZZ OF PEP. FAMOUS CANNONEER'S JAZZ'BAND Coaldale Baseball Club ARE OIVINQ A DANCE AND BOX SOCIAL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 IfiilAY.GROWER'SHALL EVERVDOCiY COME AND BRINQ BOXES ancc Is advisable as expected. a big crowd Is As was intimated in the Jlerafd evr weeks ago, the ompany has this week opened offices 11 Sherlock blork, ground (> or business. -Mr. J. Harris who has ecn connected ivitlt Ihc J. Harris it Co. and Harris Rossiler for n num er of years has now severed his con- icclton with companies ami will act as Managing Director of the new Ilarris-Xoblo Jjml company, limited, knowledge oT trie farming condi- ious in ihis country should stand him veil, for in addition lo hla ten years' experience it) sales of Tarm lands, he ins had Ihe cpportunlly of wntchhig Noble's operations on a very ex- .cnsivc scale in scientific farming for .he last, three years. He has for thf: past two mouths jeen busUy engaged an office and staff at Calgary. Mr. X. J. Xoble, brother of C. S. charge of, the Calgary office, assisted bj an experienced slflff of salesmen who ore thoroughly acquainted with the. North country. To become thoroughly conversant with the whole of the conditions 'Mr. Harris has just completed a S.QOO mile Irip by aulo to all parts of Ihc prov- ince, together with .Mr. Noble, visit- ing all large lanchers where sonic ideas or knowledge could be gained Among the places visited were the Bailer antl Reed ranch, Olds; large ranches at Welaskhvln, Edr .onion Three Ililla, Rosebud; Duke ot Suther and's IlaDch, Brooks; Geo. JUino's Ranch, Namaka; C.P.R. Demonstra .Ion Farm, Strallimore; C.P.H. Irrlga !ion project, Brooks anri Bassano and many other largo fanning operations. Tho company has decided lhal there .5 a suitable place In Alberta for ever> man whelber he be mixed farmer, ir rigalionlst. rancher or grain grower ind considerable care will be taken to ilace settlers on suitable locations. They arc also alive to the fact tha new capital is necessary in Albcrln and this part of Ihc business Js lakci care of. Mr. Harris Is ]iow occupying his residence al 42Q I4lh. St. South. In addition lo supervising the Calgary- o: lice, ho will have an experienced slat ol salesmen with him al Lclhbrldgc vl II. lace. Tho plot Is one lhal will interest' COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY I The btg fun festival will be .staecd j at the Colonial Ihnalrc on AVcutitsuay night, when another of the great couu-l store vodvil nilea will he staecd. This week tha Colonial maDaRoment. have everything1 lioefl up tor the big1-} gcst of the season. Srorcs or i useful prizes will be given away, the j first prize to be a loa o( coal deliver-! frea lo the winner's residence. I Other prJzes will IncJudo bags of! flour, groceries, Irult, etc. Fifty dollars worth of prizes will bo given away, and In addition, a laugh! a minute Is guaranteed. Hememlier, j Wednesday olpht at Ihc Colonial.____' COLONIAL Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville HELPED JURE PRINCE TAKES EXERCISE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va., Nov. Prince of Wales began the latt day of his here today with a brisk run around the half mlfe athletic track, and then took a plunge In the swimming pool. After breakfast, Ihc Prince, who seems never to know when he is tired, wrnt to the golf links he lo spend the remainder of the, day, lunching nt Ihe club house. BUYS MOHTANA FARM EUREKA, MouL, Nov. I Purdy lins purchased Ilio Wlllla1 Hlch improved farm ol 50 acres I he (oolhtlla norlh oC town, for a con cldcrallon This ylace con .alns 20 acres ot orchard. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL TONIGH Tonight's vaudeville shoiv a Ihc Colonial nronilsca ocllpso anylhlan acen here !n Ih PURE PASTEURIZED MILK iSc'AQUART Cream, Halfplni, 15c us show you Iho qiialilr of ourmtlk. U la guaranleul to con- tain 3.S butler fill. PHONE 1929 AND OUR DRIVER WILL CALL Chief Mountain Creamery Company, Lid. Head Office, Clrdilon. H., A. McMillan, Lethbrldge Mninjer, Tho5.' II. Ince's Parauioul-Artcraft: eduction "Stepping Out" will lie e splendid attraction, at tlie EmpresB aalrc, starling today and tomorrow, om Till accounts which can be salh- ed from the wrilingB of critics, pub- couimenl notices, this iture is hcraliled as a truly note- orthv production with a theme that H slash deeply Into your emotions. "RtcpplllE first of has atrimooy [or its theme; the plot rows a "scarchlleit ore modern mir- age. It really im- ortant business side Lhero Is lo and Mrs. W. J. and Son Are Remarkably Built Up By Tanlic. can Rlmosl feel myself gaininc A Montreal Woman's Ex- perience Says Internal Bathing Saved Her Life. -------------------------------------1 II Iho thousands of men and women! constipation aail the many ills hicU folloiv would bathe internally nslead of continually dosins them- wilh drugi. tliey would soon realize why every user of ILe "J.D.L. .'ascade is so enlliusiaslic in its }ralsO- There should lis one in everv tome. Keep the colon clean anil rom poisonous waste and you will 'oL need the Doctor. Mrs. Roliert Gordon. 422 i St., Montreal. Que., ivrllcs: "I can-' not speak too highly ol the J.ll.K Ca.s-! cade. II has saved my lite. 1 lia jeen troubled ivKh. constipation, Jiil and ulceraLIon of the bowels for years, have only lieen using the Cas- cade for three nionllis, nnd am happy to he doing my own work again nfler i uaring been laid up for many monlLa.' ivoutd not Cake one hundred dollars; tor my Cascade if I could nol procure, another." i The J.n.L. Cascade Is the only per-1 feet appliance for Inlernal Ihe Invention of Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell, of New York, and Is doinR more to- wardg improving Ihe health and effic- iency standard ot the nation than all other means combined. This appliance is shown and ei- plalneil at the Hetl Cross Drus Book Co. Ltd. Phone or ask them for free booklet "Why Man o! Today is Only SOTc, or Tyrrell's Hygien. ic Inslllutc, 163 ColleEo St., Toronto. TONIGHT AND TUES. Great ALL STAR FOUR ACT Bill Special Headline Attraction THOMAS LEO and JESSIE CHAPMAN In their original gymnastic Ilodge-I'odsc "WATCH THE MULE" A Scenic Rural .Novelty Acl Splendid Musical Act BIDWELL and RICE Tho Season's Mosl Ari.isl.ic Ucaulfful Musical Performance. FITZGERALD and ANDERSON Yaudevilla's Prctnier Knlertahi- crSj ofrcriiiK llioir cyclonic whirl- wind of song and daucu "THE'CABARET REVUE" Majestic TWO DAVS FRIDAY SATURDAY Nov. 21-22 The Most Brilliant Event of the Season THE CLIFFORD Devra Company WITH ZINITA GRAF ENGLISH COMEDIES ENGLISH ACTORS FRIDAY NIGHT Nov. 21 and Saturday MilinM "The School for Scandal" Dy Sheridan SATURDAY NiEhl, Nov. 22 "Arms and the Man" By Uernaril Shaw EIGHTH ANNUAL TOUR Mail Orders Now' SEAT SALE'OPENS WEDNES- DAY AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S Prices 50c, 75c, and Saturday Mitines. Best ?1.00 day since I commenced akins said W. J. Swaffer lives at 416 Sherbrook strccl Vinnipeg, while lalking (o a Tanlac eprosenlallvo the other [lay. "When I returned from Franco -licre I liad been aerving in the army or sonic continued Mr. Sivat- er, "my whole system was In a very adly doii'n condition. T goL'tack orn6 last Hay, nnd 1 thought that rhcn I got BTvay from Ihe horrors o[ war, and could rcsl up awhile I wouM IB alright, but 1 have been gradually gelling In worse shape ever since 1 ot home. My appetite was EO poor hal I liardly ever wanted to eat any- hing, nnd no mailer appetizing my meals were, Jusl a Jew blirs seem- d lo fill mo'right up. 1 felt EO (Ircd _ind cxliaustcil all tho tiinc that 1 didn't lecl like rlolog a thing liut Ell lown or lie- cloirn, and it "was an rt for me lo get about al all. Then contracted rheumatism In my less, inri Ihey ached me BO lad at lluics I could linrdly stand il. I Bat down- any length ot time my pet, so ellff. T could larrtly gel and ivalk. I did every- thins 1 could liiink ot lo gel rid ot ihesc troubles, but my condition grad- ually got all Ihc lime. I had read a great deal p.boul tho good Tanlac was doing' so many pco- plr, so 1 (Icclticd lo try n few bottle; or It and see' If it would not put some energy In me, nr.d hptp me lo get rlf ol the troubles Ih3t wcro rnaklng llfc mlfcrablo for me. ilr, (hal med Icino lias Just put mo rriuare or my feet again, end I am B3 well Bud alrong now as 1 over wa.q In my life My appetite has como back, and I can cat ,' is- put me (acl T can hardly gel enough to cal, and I kuon-1 am still gaining. Tho rheumatism has left roc, (oo, and I can get around and do na much Turk In a day n3 I over could In my life. My en lire system has necn greally blilll up and can honc.slly Eny that 1 felt belter In my llfo lhan I do now My wife, who has suffered a grea deal with stomach Iroublo Is Tnnlac now, and It doing a world of good, 1 also started my lllll hoy.on It Etmic time ago, as lie ha been very puny and thin- and do yo know, that boy has gained about flv pounds already and Is as lively as cricket all the lime. Yes, sir, we ar sLrong for Tanlac at our house an never loan an opportunity lo say good word for II." Tanlac Is sold In John Hlglnhotliarn it In Coal- by Diamond Imie Stallonerr Slore, and In Warner hy Mrn. N. ETHEL JOHNSTON Clever Character Delineator, in Her N'ew Act "HERE COMES THE DRIDE" Special Feature Photoplays EDDIE POLO In "A PISTOL POINT, PROPOSAL" Screen Comedies antl Oilier Attractions. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA are advised by Ilic Hippodrome. Circuit Dooking olflces that this ij Ihe licst show jcl sent over Iho ClrcuiL Eyery acL is a feature. Same Popular "Hip" Vaudeville Prlcei: Adults 5Oc Children 25c Three Shows Dally: 2.30, 7.00 and S.M 3 Shows Daily, 2.30, 7 and 9 p.m. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW V? THE BIG FUN FESTIVAL COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE COLONIAL WEDNESDAY NIGHT THIS WEEK in Prizes Given Prize, Ton of Coal. Come and Have Ihe Laugh of a Lifetime, EMPRESS WHERE YOU LIKE TO GO W-- Three Days THOS. H, INGE PRESENTS DOROTHY DALTON Vives1 Dorothy Dalton Wives" Also "NEVER JTOUCHEO Mt- Lloyd Comedy, and "THE TIBER'S TRAIL" .Bpliode 13. 2Sc Children 10c Buy Ticket and Save Money A PARAMOUNT PICTUHE Sho sees her husband "Stepping Out" so ebo "Steps In" and wing back hig love. she tloea II. ALSO A SPECIAL PARAMOUNT MACK SENNETT COMEDY "BACK TO THE KITCHEN" You Can't Afford 16 Mini Thli Srdt Spllttln, 1M Mile an Hour Maker. ;