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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IUHSUAY, 2U, THE LRTlinniDOR DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIVE DRAMA PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Qrftln md. v In Mlsi June Caprtco his fj drama that gives her plenty of oppor- WLNNll'KU. Nov. UilLi hlijher for December ar.d May Isivrley closed IOWIT for Novetn- Ijiir, higber for mid up lor Mny. Flax closed It; down Joi''November and- blubfer.for IJe- fcn-jber ami uncURDKed fur May. live closed Iilghfcr for December. Winnipeg Markets Opeu. LH'ceiuber ill May .November JX'cember May PRINCE TO VISIT MADRID IN 1920. Nor- 'ieorxo la said lo hare given a pruoilso lhal the 1'rloce of Walec shall a formal vlalt to Madrid ntit" year. H li un- derwood that a mioil o[ [es- tlvHIes will be organized In the honor of Ihe Prince. tuatty for good acting and the l___ Ihe Lett of her chances. That Ihls girl Is gjlalng rapidly ju, popularity wjj bhoTva by Ihe frowds that at Ibe Colonial Ibeltre.v "Uluo Kyed Mary" will be continued today for Ihe v last (Imes. comes as a attraction to Sinrland for Frtdty and .Saturday. I li was a mystery a deUcl'.ve could- n't ferret out; II 1 [c doctor; li lingered of IKe turuly ed seri-atit 110 no e( ofahb pro fcuch lor t peny. and tbe old 14." -May Cash Prices No. 2 c.w.., so-% No. Xci.' 1 Feed Eitru No. '1 Feed No. 3 No. 4 O.W. Feed .........................1H: Nil. 1 N.W.CV..................JSI No. No. 2 C.W...H2 i! VE- ND, 'i Slacks YOIIK, Nov. tiles: (MML, m'.t: United Steel, 105'i; United Slalta iMeel lire- terred, Winnipeg Livestock 10 AID Claim Anil-Jewish-Disorders Eastern Europe Create Critical I LILA LEE AT STARLAND IJla I.ee'i latest 1'aramounl picture iis called "Husiliujf a Bride." j It's a wonderful vehicle for this anil most charming of screen Utim, All aboui hearla and Iwiiirincas. A new triangle a: [ir as (screen triangles go. an mistily Interesting oue. L'.'a Is l-ihc prettiest girl in yon fte. Of cuurjf, t'Lmbuya i are loo Lusy w go m Imt ,i'oca hears all about Iior. goes lo jcUool, loo. CorreEpoud- o Bcliool. That u, be'writes htt1. d she And L'nole ftatii a romauce i rla (he mails. x. Cocslderablo romance, loo! Don't you waiit to he in at tbe end i iho LcglimhiE, loo? Tlic picture be jjiown at Slar- iliLnil tcr (he Jast times lonlghi. lleliy your But 1ht of Tho r no lora veil of aud made tbe meandering! ol look as reasonable as eyrup for Chariuing Enid Uenuelt part of a ttetsy la this storr Ibe pen ot C. Gmrdner Sultivau, Is Eupporied u unusually ca: cast, iaculdlnE Dorcas MalLews. Jack Nelson. Willlaqi Contllu, Harry. Ar eber, Otlt> JfoJfnian and I.loyd easional soldier was invested. Like r> ibiog be pcnlj Ihe outer coal hi E or lalso alundards from Le object of hla ridicule, (e-djing atari lie core of somelblng whlrb lioni-5tly ie em might be an Ilia wllb, preianm has kail Llm at tlmet iulo Kh'ch has re- In much acatbetoa, lor all [hit li In tbe tnalii u power ut J. tad ite, IIin" Is a comedy In which his mocking I lull OOCUftiL two loJiWn, one for whom the war holds DO Ideailem while ibb olhtr hfc-s basted in the Klamour with -which his uniform clothed him presented cleverly thai Hie decision is all for charai-tera speak logically Ibe autboi not permitting Ms love ot good quib uuu. lo obtrude through the The B'.ory has a. acc, 1 ft Is said (hit Levereur Coin- arii-r wiiifh.lt jjrusn-iits quietly to I gtres an performance actuiiiiiBclmtut of thoroughly of "Araa and tho Mac" aad tho luv- on diftlofiiie, li may In j en of vrill haTe au opporlunlty coaiiOL-iloii. however, iliat ihejto KC this play but i OTTAWA, N'ov. larue lion (roiix tlic Canadian JowJah con- ENID BENNETT, GIRL REPORTER CLEARS DEEP MYSTERY IN I "THE HAUNTED BEDROOM" waitcil upon tbe government yes- terday Httoraoon to mate representa- tion with regard lo the serious situa- tion oT relatives and dependents in Ruaiaiiln nod Polaud or Ilumanian Polish Jews now residing tn Can- ada. The delegation, vrhirh iviig led Mr- Cohen, of Montreal, and Livestock IlranclD-aecelpta al tha roduccJ by 3. Jacobs. .M.P. ontrenl, was recolvcd by Hon. C. J. Union stockyards thlg momiog were colnprlscJ of 1.3J5 entile, hogs nd 470 89 head ol cattle irerc rccelvcrt during the snmo period for eastern packers. With only mod- erate supply of cattle on the market today, trading was active. Hutcher Block sold freely. Choice butcher hcifara changcj bauds at and while a few sold up io ?10.50 and Hid hulk or choice bulchcr cows ranged from to anil feed- en steady. Heavy receipts of liogs Torccd A fur- ther, decline ot 25 cciils today -and (iDlects, fed and.-'watered, sold for JJ5.50. Belter grades o' sheep and laiqbs today, but majority ot receipts tire common to medium TviUi kct weak Tor this cltvss ot stuff. Toronto Llveitock TOHONTO, ,NOT. 20- CalUo re f cipls, Irado la steady and quotations (qr-.cholca cattle arc firm A few sales of. choice hutchcr cattle made at I are moriiiK at unchanged figure fcV good cov3 selling at Jlf.50; hcar> beef-steers, U3.2S lo choice'but chcr sleera, J12 to 513; choice butcher heifers, to ?12.26; .choice cows f9.25 (O Calf receipts 73; trade unchanged Choice, lo ?1B; mhk cows, ?125 lo (175. choice springeriS, to ?loO. Sheep receipts, T-.amb-Irnrtc barelj" steady, with yesterday's prices sales being made this morning lo ?13.75; ewes, E7 tn Jfl. Ho? rccelpLs, Hog' at yesterdaj'.'s clccliao In prices LI vet lock CALfiARY, NOT. the cle.in s Tarrta full ETitpmonts. stll wailing to Bo loaded out, wa R little alorr at tho stnchyarJa" Lhi morning. Tho grades ol bee held their values, a'feiy henry ping steers, which avorag nearly maklnfe ?12, lighter slcerfi about, 510 heavy cows, JS A'.tew goo hciters Lrougli't lighter comma ,cowa and helfc-rs to -A few common revives, went nl 5umpcil (rorii to COc' a 111 "Hog GERMANS A'pnESTED ALSATIANS; MUST PAY NOW (Frenc T.'irclcssO Five; llipusnnd "Alsatian arras Icrt and Interned by Ge fliilhorltSca during tho var, Bnncnmccraent Is made that ilio Oc man. government has pledget] Use to pay lo France an indcmuUy francs in reparation. tf HOME SUPERVISORS NAMED District ff home supervisors for' iKc aold-- Jers' flcUlcnjent, bo-ird Jn (ho have been, appointed by the civil 's6rvlce oonimlaslon ai followa: Miss 'R. C. Adams, M. Rdniontoir, AI- v berta; Wlaa- Craw- Mortl, Sirs. Anne Uorclon, VIr.tbrln. H. C. Among all cereal foods there is only one Unique in ricH in the nourishment that builds brain and brawn! i by Crorcra Iicrly, Sir Henry Draj-lon, minister liuanco; Hon. Martin llurrcll and n. S. U. -ilcwburn. I was urged upon HID government at these dependents and relatives of j ws now in Canada were eiposed ic oseculion in Ku-jjania and Poland d Iho request was made that the rernmont give credentials lo a com- which jrould cousist ot three en named by the Canndlan Jevrlsb ngrese, which would- meet Ihelr lo go lo tbesc .countries and ek o'ut the dependents In question. he delegates nlso asked thai when esc vclalKes and dependents were nndr the government should, on be- B satiated thai they meet the. re- Iremenls of 'tho Act, ant jicrmlts wblch would enable cm to leave the countries in which cy aro at present. H waa reported I at (he "countries, where Ibey now will not permit them to emigrate Ithout such -ii permit. The mcmbora ol liic goTernmenl rumfecd Io lake Hie wntter inlj iheir Do you bellevo In ghosts? Of course not, neither did Betsy TLorne, liut if you saw a figure moving iiboiiL, hi Ihc dim light of f. dilapidated grave- yard, would you havo the courage to try lo nolva the mystery? That wag the task assigned her as a girl rcporler in the latest Thomas II. lace photoplay. "Tho Uaunlccl Bed- starring Enid Bennett, which 'THE DEVEREUX COMPANY GIVES llia BERNARD SHAW'S "ARMS AND THE MAN" SATURDAY NIGHT Tbe Company is to lUeir engeietnotit at Ibe .Me Theatre on Saturday by for the first lime in years in our city, S'.iav.-'.s "Anna and the Man." U. Not diluted Into the musical version familiar to us unrtc-r the title of "TLc Chocolate Soldier." This is not Ibe Ilrsi time (or tins partlculur play but ivu HRTC not hud a Mou ol Shaw's In a proles-alonal way lor many t-eaBona. "Arms ?.ud the .Man'1 Is one of Kliaw is pleased to tall his "pleiaant [ilays" and la a brilliant written it tlic absurd romantic1 ism which up to Ibe lime, of the late war tbe pro- Jewish DtmBnclralion NOT." Thii Jewish ;tizens of Montreal arc making pre- iraUons for'n b'g dDOionstraiJon on or. 2J, whtch Uhc Ibe lorm 1 a parado through the streets ot ontreal. iu order lo protest against ie disorders In Ihe kralne, and- la secure nofiular Bym- athy for the sufferers. WEAK CHESTED PEOPLE elderly people particularly, EO subject to ailments or lha breathing tubes and lungs, arc fre- quently difficult to prescrlbs for cn-lDg to their frail constitutions. For all auch people Peps are the iafest remedy (or coughs, colds, bronchitis, aslhinR, etc., as contain absolutely no harmful Crups. Mrs. David Fatrlnuln ol AUllatall Lake, writes: "I have lust b-rn turcd of a very bad cough b'y the use of Pepa. As I am seventy- five years of aga.I: conataer Ihli cure all the more remarkable." For rcry young people, loo, pipi dealers'6Qc. EMPRESS for rou'tj. the lowered tUtnph end vililiiy of cvsr btforc che of SynJp on hanJ for immedia'.E G: Tk.r D.WATOMiCO AT THE EP.'.PRESS THREE DAYS STARTING TODAY THREE DAYS STARTING Ask That 0. T. A; Be SlricUy Enforced and Want Referendum TORONTO, NoT.-SOATho' Eons of Temperance this morninR sent a depu allon to. Premier Drury, aaking .thct Ibe Ontario Temperance Act be en- forced in tnc manner Ibe result ol Ihc referendum vole 'indicated thai the people of Ontario desired. ''They also asked for a referendum on the question of'prohibiting the Impor- ;allon of lifiuor Inlo lberprovlnce, as permitted'by tho recent amendment Lo the Tejnperancc Act, pnaacd at Ot- tawa. 'The premier promised' to consider the Tlio ot John and Mrs, Puraltnen ol Qorham IOH-D- near-Port Arthur, in TL fire which destroyed Hie home while Hie -parents were In the stable, HAHHY CAHEY AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 'illfirry Carey, Iho er on the screen will be featured on ifco hi? week end ahow aUrllng tYl- cliiy at the Colonlol In his very laleal 'sQpcr-'pfoiliictlon "The Acc-cl The Jnck Konl directed "The Acc of the Harry Cafpys latest western UnlTcrsal p let tire, whtch cornea to Ihe .Colonial Th_ealrn tomorrow. When Jack I'ord aiidHarry Carey cant cook up a western wfth. thrills that "knock rcvn all cold'1 somebody had boiler go for H iloctor, "'The "Ace of ifao Saddle'' r.s-rly. everything on the motion picture bhl ot f-.itc IhEtt gnts Lo satlgfy the thrill demands of the movie fan. On the end MH rwlll also to offered a rolHcfclptf coin edy, "Ilealthy and an'd the latest episode of the rrinaler serin "Elmo The Mighty." The. Colonial ,Concert Orclicalra also be out In full fllrenjclh. Popular prlrcs of iweu ly-flvu cents will prevail for a'dulta, ind ten cents for (he kiddies. A apccli] mallnco for the children Al five cents will also atoeed. "BLUE EYED MARY" MAKES HIT AT THE COLONIAL Ky'ed Mary" proved lo be i cldlfililf'il jlholojlayi when II vai shown .it Ihc Colonial' Ihcatrc ycslcr TONIGHT 35c and lOc WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS June Caprice ID Her ttelighlful FanUEy "BLUE-EYED MARY" "Rustling a Bride" ia BII .-excellent comeily- havo no hcallallou (n iccpmmenrtlng H to liifl nost "LOVE'S FALSE A Uranrf N'ew Two-Heel Sejinelt, fjcrcam, and OFFICIAL BFUTI4H GAZETTE each's 7'ftriiliry Mystery CRIMSON GARDENS A Directed by Reginald Barker Borrowed Trouble Paid in Full. A Slory of Boaus Money and Honest Hearts ALSO "THE JAZZ MONKEY" A Tiro-Act Comedy, (calurlnB JOB JIARTIN; Iho funniest monfcey on eailn. LATEST OUTING CHESTER PEARL WHITE In "THE WHITE ROSES" MftJESTIC-TWDDivs-Nov. MATINEK SATURDAY THE MOST NOTABLE EVENT OF THE BEASON TWO ENGLISH COMEDIES Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday Matinee "THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" By Sheridan Saturday Night "ARMS AND THE'MAN" By Bernard Shaw Seats Armstrong A Ra worths Night Me, 75e and 11.W Saturday Matinee, SOc, 75c, "J1.CO A city Is only given an oppor- tunity like this ores In several Ecasons. Come and e'ee rcnl playg and unusual acting. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE STAR ANOTHER SMASHING WEEK END SHOW Saturday 25c ADULTS ANY SEAT The "WESTERNER" who niskea Donf. Fatrbinks look llko n school- i Wrt, anil Bill Hart like air old rnljl. HARRY CAREY 'Hid "Healcal1' Wcslcrnor on in hfs very lalcat, Wisest hit The Ace of The Saddle7 See Iho great victory Pngeanl on Ihe Thames; Ihe Uoynl Barge; Ihe Mystery !3hlps; [n- Troops IhaKIni In revlcn; Iho Welsh Blslcdrtfcxl at Carmen and ft host n! olher Interesting scenes, The bent pro- gram In Ihc clly. Adulls You never saw a picture like this before, L'ndl you have seea you bcBiu lo imagine 113 Us swift aclioii, cxcltln'; climaxes, IU stunU. and Ihe wonderful irork In It by luchr" HAHHY CARtjy. lie's a langfilnf, cyclorlc whlrlwlnil "The Aco ot Ihc Saddle." Wo want YOU, lo see thin pholouliy, DEXJAUSE YOU ABB GOl.VO TO KXJOV BVBKV M1NUTH OF IT. Special ivcelt ond pricei of 2B-ccnls and 10 ceiiti for Kiildln wi pr f vail. A tig special SHnrday lualliico no singed for the nl n centl. ill OK the Same Bifl "HEALTHY HAPPY" Latest dy Hjot Laltrt Eplude CONCERT ORCHESTRA QTARLAND All S-S-S-S-H! SPOOKS! GHOSTS! MYSTERY! ENID BENNETT BEDROOM' FRIDAY ,WfD SATURDAY ;