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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, THE LETllBninGE DAILY HERALD. DRAMA MARKETS WINNIPEG. NOT. Oats closed Uc lower for and low- er IOT May. closeu iinchnugDil for Xorcinbcr; December Tic lower ourt IHc. duwu Tor May. Flax closed 12e lilghor tor November, 10 lie high- er for December and 22c higher for May. five closet! Ic lover for Dcccui- btvr and higher (or Slay. Winnipeg Oflts Open Close .lice SMi May 83 V Is'ov .r H7T Dec. i 13S May 13-lTi 133 Nov OBVi W6 Dec m 4SG May 453 4GS llyor- Dec U3fc US Way 143 Cash Prices 2 C.W 3 C.W. _____ S4 Extra 1 Feed RECEIVE DEGREES FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AL Iho special convocation of the Unlvenltr of Toronto, do grees were awarded. In the above picture nro: Major-Gen. W. G. Gwalkln. J.U., C.M.G., (la Prof. J, C., Ph.D.. Sc.f (on Iha and Drig.-Ccn. C. II. Mitchell, C.B., C.M.O., D.S.O., who received Iho degree of Doctor of Laws. In the centre Is MaJor-T. W. JlcDowcll, V.C., >S.O., who was maflo a Master of Arts. The. other degree awarded was Master ot Household Science toMilron-ln-Chlef, Miss fcL C. Rajalde, 11.R.U 82 2 Feed (XV.' 3 C.V.' .........141' 1 Feed 3 1 N.W.C......... 2 C.W......192 2 C.W.......... Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. Nov. 21.- (Dominion livestock at tho Union Blockyards Lhls morning wcro 1.100 cattle. hojja and 16U sheep; choice Lulcher and feeder steers .were soiling steady this morning and female butcher slock easier, while QIC market was slow and d rangy. Ilcga woro weighed tip today At, {15.50 for selects, fctl and watered Sheep lamb quotations unchang cd, ivltli linht rccclots. Calgary Livestock CALGARY. Nov. to 100 cars unloaded Hits morning, (ill clean yards afiain, alLhouyu 5S were out last night. Prices for gJC-i wrc about the same aa ycalcr Cood butcher steers W Sil.Ou: 1'iMnmoii, to JS.OO; heavy cows. J7.5U lo JE.o't: common cows, JvC-- lo Sood veal S750 tn common. ru'i io fG.Oj. I inado lu -f-17.00 foi s jvct-j off cats. New York Slocks NEW YUTIK; NOV. Enloa: C.P.IL, United SUilcs XccN Untied Slates Steel pre- ferred, Exchange la Up MKW YORK, ex-_ change -ralea were" consldembly un-j .j-rovcd at tha oncrJne of the locil Imarkel today. The pound slerltas, vuiieli fell yesterday to today's Initial lose three centimes to 12.27 lor the dollar. London Unejuy .LONDON, Nov. of United' States exchange ia causing cnitoty In trade circles as the lira- vailing rates mean that a tremendous premium has Io be pa it] by IJrEtisli hnycrs for goods purchased In tlie United Slates. Tim rate this morn- Ing was called at on easier money In New York, but opinion la Ijomhard etrccl Is that Ihcro Js no backbone in the market, while the rec- ent uneasiness caused by the con- Riant declining tendency hag been ac- centuated by the non-raliricallon of ithe peace treaty. The rate, according lo opinion here, Is likely lo bo un- Admiral Jellicoe Goes for a Skate In Calgary Rink CALGARY. Nov.1 Jellicoe arrived here at 9 a.m. todiy, about five hours ahead of icheduled lime. He a walk, saw a rink, went In and had a skate; This afternoon he 3s being tender- ed a formal welcome and Ihla eve- ning will be the guest of honor at a banquet, at which Lieutenant- Governor Brett will preside. Lait in the evening will attend the Rotary mlnetrcl show and then leave for the east. BIG 'HIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW FOR COLONIAL MONDAY lijis Shown Willingness To Con- serve Ma- grath is .Busy Fast gaining In popularity, the Hip Jroino Circuit Vaudeville Bhovrs [ho Colonial Thealro each better and bettor. Next MoDdar's n fs In lice too, for lour dis llnctly new and novel acts wJll bi scon on tho bill. "Tha personality ihe Macl Rlslcra, vdll offer their beaullful nms leal eci, In wJilch boLU girls rilspla rare lalcnls. Some ot tho most stui nltirj ever seen on the vaudi vlllc Elagc ere displayed by the girl in their act. Billy McCann, who Is politely dul bed, "Ihc Keystone Ventriloquist'' offer his original comedy act. Billy known c.i Dlxlcland's funniest com efllan, antl wJll fully live up to b hard earned reputation here ncx week. CassctLa and Rydel, vho arc also' he seen on the bill, .will offer one the most sensational ;tc ever proscutcd anyivberc. Difficult: I acrobatic dancing is a feature oC their j art. An extra milled Mature to tho hill will uc the slarUlnt performance olfere'i William Knoi and Company, :he worlrl's IP verier sharpshooters. George Walsh will he seen in his latest picture "I'll Say So" a picture imlns over wllh typical George Walsh pei) aud iiutidi. Another of the tiotous wild animal comedies. "Tearing Lions and TJehl- ivads" will bo offered alao. Charlie caforcl anxl hla musical Ininch will offer another musical program. Monday's new Hip show will be right up lo the mark, and will likely draw record crowds. orjr concerns a callle baron who .discreet tone of tha critic who chuui' paper reporters are put up against vej oa the line between Yucca and' enthusiasm 33 he would the devl! j will be seen by tha, public In ihls plc- lokcrton Couutlaa. The KbtrllT of I himself and never praises any th log for j iuro. The story vas written by C. ucca was crcokaJ. Ho was ImyU-jfear of belnf (bought too easy to Uartlner Sullivau, ivho, ulel to all tha derllln'liiat went on ho even "Jaughcd dur- n tha county. TLu shcrinr of Iho aJ-jiuR somo oC tho plays (which ivus county of IMnLorton was enough !o prove him uo crilic) but quiro dealing ead nd the Inhabitants o( Plakcrton were o orderly tbEt tho couutry finally bc- amo the easy-mark ot the whlle- vipped raldcra of Yucca until ud on that until hansa iho threads f a. Harry Carcj western. eboollng'. applauded also" (which was It 13 the B ot a man who needed damning point in so lie really could not Bay. with sincerity and conviction, (from a critic's severe of view) that the Dcrcreux Company wcro Hie admir- able and faithful performers ihai this man n-iio nceacn and Inillraic-il. ihan any other! Tho Dovereux Company will appear ne thing In tho worH, ret iho the MajHilc Tlicairc Cor luo days, (ful daughter o( Plnkoiion'rt sheriff! Friday night, .Nov. 21st. "The School eq'jlrctl Choycime Harry- Honasr.-on, i tor by Sheridan. laved by Carey, to go Saturday afternoon, Nov. "The ot'll___ (School for by Saturday an the -Man Nov. L'2nd, "Arinu by Shaw. NEW PARAMOUNT PHOTO- PLAY THE HAUNTED BED- ROOM" SPLENDID PRODUCTION Crilics agree that it is refreshing o find a group of actors, such as the Devcrbux Company, who art' modest enough lo Interpret their authors In- .lead.of merely exploiting themselves. Eomo of the plays In (heir repertory are rarely performed In America, sev- eral practically uukcown eseept lo ixpcrls, and many never before sect] Jcre. Most of Ihe company theinsclres are strangers to critics generally. They agreeably surprise the review- by Mieir uniformly clever acting. One crltla of note (Henry Scolt Miller) recently confessed his Inability to write "an orthodox criticism of the work oi Ihc Dcvereui Players, causo lie had himself enjoyed far too well (o sober b's thoughts down Lo (be during bis rcponorlal career waa given some liard MmstSf and to tho strl reporter In tills story h? handed oue t.hat would stagser even the dirlng news huater. The opening BCer.o is In the oilllor-' lat rooms of a New York newspaper cilice ;tnJ a toucli of rtiilsin was giv- en thla'ihat will ba epprcclatcd by the public, ever interested in iho Inner" working of jounialLsm. Tho picture directed by FreJ NibTo, under the nof Thoniaa II. Ince. TODAY AND SATURDAY .1 For weird and unusual lighting cf feels Thomas II. Incc'a latest Para- mount picture. "Tho Haunted Bod- which la at SlJirland tonight and tomorrow "will establish a prece- dent in moving pictures. In this story, which features Ejild Dcnnelt, tho residents of "Whispering Oats" believe a. ghost Is haunting en old mansion. It becomes tho duty ot a 3'oung newspaper girl to ferret oul the mystery for her paper. Herein Is the demand for fltranKO lights and lo get tbo effects desired a corps of sir electricians was continuously em- ployed during the filming. Thero 13 absolutely nothing lu natural ahout tho plclure, anil camera trickery. There, la not an lu- cldent concerning the disappearing ghost tbat is not satisfactorily ci plained to the spectator. Just what lough, assignments news' OTTAWA. I tliere ia the. .part of tha Do- until the treaty question ofttcia.1 is taken, resardlng of credits. tha Were Ordered By Union to Strike Last Evening But I Didn't Obey j N. B., Nov. The Mlnto OotJ comnany-'s nt Mlnfo, In fnll operatloTi today, ID jplto of tha announcement aent out from United Mtno TVorkeiV hc-ddiuart- at to the effect that Ihe at MIoLo were being ordered to tXrlke at 7 o'clock list evening. Whether .will be a ntrlko at Mlnto or not will ba decided at meeting of the ol the United Mlno Workers Ihore lonlghl -when Uic n-.inem will rolo on Hie slrlko ques- tion niter conslderallon of tho situa- tion. Tho Kcoeral Impression seems In be that the miners aro now in euch R mood lhat Ihoy win TOlo lo itrlhe. "Tho only Instructions I have from the company .were lo piH tho reconi. Licndallona GL the cc-Mclllallon bnirdj !rlo elfecL'' declared Jchn Honaeraon, I manager Iho Mlnlo Coal 1 mlnes.whcp. hrro torifiy wheUiet fny furflher coDcnspfoi] hail been mado lo Iho men- "If HT miners were left to iheniodYes lo Mr, Hendc-raon, "there would Le no Elrlkc Irrc-" 0. A. JIaeraih. the fuel controller, are quite Batlsffctl the present alll- ude of Ihe Unileil Slates railroad ad- nilnl5Lralion toward the requirements However, It'Ia pointed out t Is necessary for Canada ,to assume her share of Ihe responsibility in; this emergency nnd show UIQ United States administration that fCA are ing within our power to coiistrre our present eupplies nnd'that wo arfli also doins within our power to Increase our production nnd thereby Lake care ol as much o( our own] demands-as possible. Tn an. official memorandum i.ii it la iwinted out that ono of tbo first necessities 1a to prohibit ex- Ttort of coal to foreign countries be- fqre Ve could expect-help from lie llnlted Stales, production in (he First week of Iho strike dropped 70 per cent to Biipply us wilh This already has been done, and tho riTport of ccal'ij now conlrollfci by lie Canadlaa trada commfasion under license. The government Is confident saya .he statement, that now 'the United Stales railroad admlnlal-nitton hare .heir oirn aUuaUon hind and are cssurod that Canada fs doing rylhlntf in her power to wlUi them; United Stales an- Ihorltles will farorahly consider ap- plications tor emergency coal which Mr. Magrath mar Dad It ntccssaiy nt io tiem. Tn order that there may bo the greatest co-opcrallon. with the Canadian trade commission', D. II. Connor, who has been associated wi Mr. MagmtU since 1017 In fuel work, hu boon placed In churR? of Iho fuel section of.the trado commission. MATINEE SATURDAY THE MOST.NOTABLE EVENT OF SEASON EMPRESS Tonight and Tomorrow Regular Prices, TGc and 25c Special Children1! Matinee Tomorrow v MAMMOTH END SHOW ADULTS ALL SEATS 25c Children AOo EXTRA TWO ENGLISH COMEDIES TONIGHT Saturday Matinee "THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" By Sheridan Saturday Night "ARMS AND THE MAN" By Bernard Shaw Seits Now Selling at Armstrong ARaworthi 50c, 75c and )S.BO Saturday MaUnee, 50c, A city Is only given on oppor- tunity like this occo In Ecreral seasons. Come and ace real plays and unusual acting-. BBAC ve Cm M so 'ALSO "The Jazz Monkey" A two-act ComecJv. featuring Joe the funnicsl m'ontey oa earth. LATEST OUTING CHESTER PEARL WHITE In "THE WHITE HOSES" HARRY CAREY The most pc'_. lar "Western- er" en Uie in, hia latest, greatest and best production. The Ace of The Saddle' You never saw a picture like Uiis before. Until 7OU hiTo Men it. you can't liegio lo imagine lla llifills, Us swift action, ei- tillne climaxes, Jt5 stunts, and' the n-onderful done (a it by "hanpy-BO-lucky" HA.IIRV CAREY. He's a laughing, cyclon- ic. -rthlrlTfini in "Tlic Aco ol Hie Saddle." We waul you. to see this photoplay, because, you or; ioine lo enjoy evjrr mlaute o[ it. Special >veek end prices bC 25 cents for and 10 cents for klildlcs will prevail. A big special Saturday matlnea will be staged for the kiddies at Be. On the Same Bill During.the church Bcrylco HID rar of Rev. Wm: MoorbJ JSarnla, Blolcn. SHORTHORN SALE OPENS AT BRANDON BRANDON, Nov. 200 Shorthorn breeder! from Maul- lonci, Basltnfchcwnn flnl AlhnrtA Ihi) IJnHcil Ftnlcs nltGTiilcd tho nnnunl' Khorlliorn rsto hero this mornlnfr. H la said that tho 101 nnlmnh Iho fair building will be.dis. posed of nt record there Is Indication that tho IriMIng will kc Rii.Reich's ncwrst cincmalfc BCTV Is "Tho Crimson Gardenia." Plclurlzod from one of hla moat Uar nnrels, the story derives lu 'rcm Iho yrescnco of a gardenia oed on Ihv breast of a.Mardi Uraa reveler, Wllcn ho Is slabbed Iho whito lower IB crimsoned .by Ms blood. In- cidentally, tho events limt follow cs tftbllah Ihc novelist 03 n TerilaWo Blory-lelllng genuia. Added Jflzz MOD- comody. H'i great! At SIR ERIC LOOKS HAPPY Sir Krki (kftdes, Ihc British minister M trniispoTL, from a recent plcluro Jusl received In Cftnsda. HARRY CAREY AT COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY Tho vigorous, virile lutes o( ouon will never grow old. Iholr popularity Id Increasing day by day. Thi west, hoircrer, has hccn woefully rnisrcprcsftnled -.many limes, nn4 tho I ales of co'untry have been garhkd 'all -sem- blance, of facts. i At least one western motion picture star hns tho sand Ion ol Lhn old Plainsmen who hncw the west of Uiiilalo BUT, Hrel Harto and others who mfulo and wrote Its history. That BLir la Harry Carey, who cornea lo iho ColonhT Thoairo today and Saturday In Ills lalcat Universal picture, "The Aco of tno Sadcllfl." Tho plcturo llscll Is rcplclo with thrlllfl. To n wholesome, entrancing Plory of Iha old calllo rnslllnB days ]i93 hccn ndclctl nil the enchantment of (he mollon picture devices. It is a thing almost toq beautiful, too sublime, lor words., The high art of the screen-must remain as a closed -book to ihoselwho. do, rtot see and'know COMING TO THE EMPRESS WATCH FOR DATES "HEALTHY HAPPY" Latest Vltafvaph Comedy Riot the Mighty" Lateit CONCERT ORCHESTRA" ADULTS ..ALL SEATS 2Sc Chlldren'i Saturday, r Hsllnei OC COLONIAL HIPPODROME CIRCUIT ENID BENNETT inTHE HAUNTED A great mystery pfcfuro in which Bennett, as a young newspaper ivoman trails a (host, nnd wins In A. desperate gamble. Don't miss It It's good. "PILLS OF PEBIL" 2-recl Sennelt Comedy, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Adults 25 Cents SPECIAL MATINEE SAT'DAV for the Chllrfren A BIO REELS OF COMEDY In addition lo Iho fcalure. Children 5 cents." NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY A NcTr- Show II rim fur of Novelty Acts. "The Personality GfrlV THE MACK SISTERS Ohannlne Olrls Gorjeously Uovncd In mt Arlhttc Musical OfferlDj. Dlxleland'i Funniest Comcdlft BILLY McCANN "The Keystone VentriloqufaL" The Dancing CASSEHA and RYDEL In on Klaborala Terpslchorcai Norellr Acl. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION WILLIAM KNOXana COMPANY World'i premier S in a Marrelloua GEORGE dyMrn rlar In William FOI'I "full 111 SAY SO" WIW Anlmil RW "TEAR1NO LIONS AND TIGHT- Other Ottit AltrKtlom Colonial Concert Orcfitttra Same Popular "Hip" Pr'h Adult] EOc Chilian Ho Three Show] TM and tM p.m., :i t ;