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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TTESD.YY, NOVKMBEn IS. 1'Jtv THE LKTHRRmOK DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Qnln ind No.'. IS.-Oits clos ]ic lor boih :mJ May. Uarlt7 higher for December lc' up aiul .May higher. Flax clcstd for up for uji for May. Jlyt Llgher for December. Winnipeg Markets Open. hcccmlier May November November IS'i ember and livestock receipts Tbis market quiet wllh sales lnc mailti at steady prices. Heavy beef steers. to choice liuu-her steers. Lo chulcc Lutdier hellers. lu thoue biitiher cows. to t-ood buU-lier bulls, 19.25 to JL0.2o; fccillaA steers, to Cult recel.HF, Si. Calf trade Is alow and prices sHgtilly easier. Choice }10 to flS; choice milk COWB to J175; fhoire sprlDgcrg, lo J150. Sheep receipts market steady with aa (he best sale reported. Kvtos, to J9.25; lambj. f 13.25 to UOK receipts. 7SO. Hog market !s uhsel'.lcl willi jiackera blijiilng LOt: lo 75c lower. Fed ami watered, sel- ects. OATS No. 1- No. 1 KorJ.. No. :i CMV...IJ2 PccJ FLAX- NO. i N.IV.C 2 C.W...I7S No. C'AV NO. c.w.. 1 Xo. -J Feed. NO. i Winnipeg Livestock; Nov. t Dominion livi'slock bra nc.ii. Light receipts [Lc lohiLs (his morning at llic 5! culi yards lo'SslO litjil bogs and 4S shoop. Tie falling in receipts is due lo lUe eiijbarKit nluccd un jjjrl vain ir.iG lliu Union Slorkyardj last' week. ilus 'iui iLurlve; was Rcuc-ruMy steady find Kvffic'Ienl IniYL'ri were on luail ID ihc supply. The hos iiiarkci Is unchunso.l al Shi. I'll) for selects, foil anil Choice sold ?1 !.0 1 In SJ-.Tij, will] RooJ sliscp I rum to 5D.OO.. New York Slocks XEvV YOltlw Nov. "osius iJE'.H.. MG'i; Unlio-1 Slates VOUK, Nov. Til T to coloratura soprano voice whlcli she1 able acrobatic feats. His panr.er. harked-for the.HriMsh battle cruiser nenoTTTir'which'-'Sviis anchored in the" North river and which will be his ?aniuiartcrs during his slay In New The Prince Rot his first view of New York when hia special Irain pull- ed inlo Jersey City at this morn- ing 'nnd the royal party boarded a launch'for (he to the Battery. As the lULIc boat ploughed Us way across the Hudson a salute .of 21 was fired from the destroyers lying alone the shores. At the samo limo aerial bomba wero exploded releaslnE bril- liantly colored parachutes, Irom which were suspended Hie Union Jflck and the Slar Spangled banner. Tho parachutes floalcd lazily over lo he up antl ding. Tho paracnutes noaicu llltro-Phosphatc! the launch In the brilliant sunshine Is unsurpassed for the .relief of ner-jaml eavc an offcctlTc bit of color lo Kereral (hose the scene. Inyadditlon to t.ik'ntr i. who do not desire to put on police, the route Lo tho.clly hall was flesh should use extra care, iu avoid- ing Tal-produclnE Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture lu Large or Small Consignments WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone 770; 'p.m., 469 police, the roiite lo hall was Itned with soldiers, sailors find mar- ines, who presented firms as the royal cortege passed and ivoro la turn sal- uteri by For Colds and Croup, Colds in the Back. Spasmodic Croup nnd any congestion-, inflammation or nains caused from Colds, use Grove's O-Pen-Trate Salve. It Opens the Pores nnd Penetrates the Skin. Us Stimulat- ing and Healing Effect soon gives re- lief. 35o JICT hox. If your Druggist has- n't any, send 35c ins poitago stamps lo Pftrla Medicine Company, 133 Spadina AVe., Toronto, and a full size bor will be to you promptly. LILA LEE SEEN IN A DIFFERENT ROLE Llla I.cc, diminutive Paramount star, has un en'.irely rliffcrent role 'roin that tif her preceding pictures Iu her latest "ItuEtllnK a which will be displayed at Mtarlartd .omorrovi' and Thursday. Although the public has only seen four of her pictures, she is already one of the most popular stars In the profession. In Ihis, her latest' pro- duction, Miss Lcc portrays the role of a little girl of the lypicai outdoor girl who is 33 much at home in a tad die as the modern society belle' is in a limousine. L.CC Is au expert horsewoman and pronoimcc-E this picture one ol the most enjoyable she has yet made. Her work In. this characterization is excellent and it doubtless will out- rant all lier other efforts. An excellent story and the most realistic atmosphere and settings have been provided lo make this pic- ture one' of the best. Ihc star has yet appeared in. ilonte Blue Is her lead- ing man. THE DEVEREUX DRAMATIC POLICY .The policy of Mr. Clifford Devereux, tbc guiding ilar of thu noted-Dcvcreux Company thai is due at Ihe .Majestic Theatre on Friday, Nov. for an engagement of two days with him- self as chief player and Miss. Zinila Graf as principal support, is to uroj duce plays Culler reaped for the integrity of the text, giving everj part. impdflanc'c without re- gard for wny star system. That re- solution continues in force this year, In tbc past six consecutive seasons of the fino organization. In brief, a well-balanced cast Jsi "Mr. Dcvcreux's ideal. The performances, ot his com- pany have been r.olablc for tliat qual- ity. U is, however, policy to de- monstrate thai the highest degree of popular enjoyment and educational value, arc possible at one and Ihe same time. 'The plays lo be given here, and dates arc us follows Friday night, Nov. School for by Sheridan. Saturday afternoon, Nov. School for by Sheridan. Saturday night, N'ov. nd Ihc by Shaw. PURE PASTEURIZED MILK IScAQUART Cream, Hair-pinl. 15c Lot us snow you Mm finality ot oiir milk. H Is guaranteed lo coil- tain 3.S Ijullcr fat. PHONE 1920 AND OUR DRIVER CALL Chief Mountain Creamery Company, Lid. Head OFfTce, Cardston. H, A, McMillan, Lflhbridge Manager. AVe hear a lol about tack lo the 1ml t-ack lo llio kitchen mieht 'rot ho generally accepted as being 50 j it is H'c "l'o ot :new SenneL comedy hvnicli Is at Iho Empress (lualrc lo jiiay. anrt ns sucli IL Is sure lo ex Ircniely populfir ivith Ihoso who lovft lo bo nnmsed, whatever the inolif. i Louise Fazcndn, ns the hired Is Iho foremost Ilgurc, while Ullly i Armstrong antl Myrlle Und, will! n lo ol the other famous lun-mnivera of the j Scnncl Onlnxy are In'tlic-casl. j Tho Iroublo 13 tLe result ot having loo many Thcro 'Is nlsn a'Jealous husband ant] a imrg a and a hahy and everyUilyiE. els :that can hn thought of to add lo Ilia i ludicrous situations and Kcones. I Jleauly nuil fun In cn.ua! dose1 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 HE POPULARITY OF "THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" Tn view or Ihe marked favor with vhlch the coming production of "The choorfcr Scandal" aL Hie irajeslic 'hcairc, Friday nighl, Nov. 2L Etntl on ;aturday aflernoon, NoTcmbcr 22, by ho Dcvereux Company anticipated iy local pltygocriS. an Insight Into tbc re.it noiitilan'ly ol this piny will lie welcome. The'popularity of "The School tor Scpndal" attributed act it conlAlned the plot, willi, ind- ents, language and humor of all the ilays, operas, farces nnd pantomimes hat ever were known, in that period n the Englisli in Ihc language cither. From then intil now, writers have been busy plagiarism in Jtichard Jrlnalcy Shcrldati's worha, capccially n "Tho School Tor Scandal." One lilograpbcr said School for Scandal" was In reality written liy a young I arty had Bent In Io Sheri- dan, ns manager o[ the llicalre, and tad shortly nflcrwards decline. Hut unfortunately lor the young lady's claims, (he manuscript, of the play, in various stages of Incomplete- ness, are still In existence. Other hto- have contented thtmsclvei pointing to the Imaginary rcacm- Manco of some of Sheridan's char- acters nnd lliosc of earlier writers. Dranmtbla or novelists necss- Efirily deal wllh general types of character, but they can depict the In- rimlc variations which are round In real Hit, If this Is done, there Is no plagiarism. U Is the same willi incl rierila, IL la not plagiarism lo make use of conceptions which have occnr- re'il to otbere, EO RS tli-i set la nov and Ihe character or Incident Is improved. Of Shakca to a less talc use o.' MJC work of others as a fOLintla- llon, then the "Splendid and more val- uable sotting wan said Maz- Kit, for It iv.is conceded that he gavo Interest, llfo uncl nclion. or. In other words, Its dramatic being, 'to Iho cruder Ideas lh.it lie found ready lo his hand, Tho Devereux Company while here will give.the following 'plays on these particular Units Friday night, Nov. School for Saturday afternoon, Xov. School for by ShprJdnn. Saturday night, Nov. nnd ly Shaw. AUCTION SALE FURNITURE 629 FIFTH STREET SOUTH THURSDAY NEXT, NOV. 20th COMMENCING AT VFULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE 1 have been favored frOni MR. P. LEVINE to cell by Public- Auction On TUESDAY, NOV 25th AT ONE O'CLOCK South Half of Sec. 21-8-21, Known as Old Experi- mental Farm Three arid a Half Miles Soulh East of Lctlibridgc 1 EaiiB plcra-; 1 P.