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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MJV15MHEH 22, 19VJ THE I.ET11BRIDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS OnlA tiul of flints at varloua and sundry Indl- cay (hal. vlduils who happen ID Insert (bem- selres Into bla personal atfatrs. to tea tragedy. I WOT. Oata higher for Da comber uul iio high- er lor May. July cloud II. Barley closed iTic lovrrj (or hfcUer tor tad. up ilay. c'o.fld lOo blfW for No- Tcinber; up for and Uc higher for Maj. cimed IHc higher for Ueccmlicr ind Itfo higher (or .May. Winnipeg UveitocV WINNIPEG, Nov. (Dominion livestock rtjecelplfl at ttui Union slockyardi this moraine 1.27S caule, WO hose ud 2S3 cheea. lu addition to lLo itlove totals 113 luiad of catlla arc' lu lha yards on tUrousU bllUm. I Wiili light iiappljr of cattle bu thai market trading TVWS briak j Uils to limited number Tor snlo, 1y In lino with FYidir'a cioM. Pick- ors operated mostly this al- llioufiti thcro was a (air demand Cor caltle. TTTO butcher heltera popularity of P. W- Griffith's Jroton -which Is creating Lha conatry, will shared by local ma vhffn thu lupori creation is n ftL lie B-ni-reea thoairo i The cipLiuaUon of .hU nieth irbereby lia la ibis to accoioprbjb. euca was jlren by Mr. Griffith to ft lYeur York "Ir, the first place. I think tint picture flfold hi.ib 4 fc la Birth ol a the was patriotism, the, ftoroe loyalty to America vhkh taifcs In Iho ol the tlie mopi nlflEh of her In Lhe idfla It for personal, Indivldaa. julural Impulse to reals! oppTtMlon. Ii tfeUlaf ID bc-lEero ihey RO lo the theatre uainly to laugb. reception of; noaL ol uiy [licturca losiitiea that.' fioallv, AS tho great hero must be perftct ine Elivie Ihat tli? most gigantic acular tceuos I produced htve not give a me as mucli wora as ihe requiring of mf-mbera of my ca.sU to lot naturally. NalnraiD4ts In 'omu lie human loucb, it'lLhout be piuXopliy la -worth ooUilnf mon than a dbpiiy. Roccatly we vortrd hourj ft (ixl to noDo naturally. We uciiij DO mat- FO did. It lo eloda us. I haro not yol noceeded ID Lbeae n touches Lo riiy but I fttn liope'ul at tho profrew made." a niosaomB" to Tuesday. nE ftoni WairancEa. jJKJunds, ihe market 113.00. Good bulchor cowa Mil' ing petaerally from ?S.OO lo (9.00. Ths hog market vru Elftddy it f 15.00 for iclocta fed ajid watered. Bhcop and lamb receipts llaht with quotations steady wllli Friday's clow. MONDAY'S HIPPODROME SHOW AT COLO.NIAL ]3 A WINNER "When -the curtain rises on tlio now iy ncoa to- and JErely erery ur I ii 11 yet nioril and Is clttilc DO one should Front the tcl wherein ibara la a "Falni-PrAlBc-Thtt-Pamcs" club, the play went suioolbly, eiery being cua.oi.el with, i conception ol the itrencZh of the and irllh onlhuslaani besiieillni genuine pleasure on the part ol tho as veil as the Audience. Clifford le 3Ir Peter Teiilt, c- EO'i uellKhlfu) per- 1 formance.-' >Ie ne4e i very handEome old play- ing with, lloesse ond R cerUln re- Va the uintllj Tokanlc which ftre uniMual sympalhy to the part. Mr. Derervux showed unmli- takeable hli coral ng wlU do good Lo the dramatic circles of tbe city. Graf ves cbarmlnj and piquant as Teaile, and prewoted a scries ol vie Lures looked as It they had tome from of some uallonal are KiceUect tupjvort -was liven by other ineroberB of ihe cast- Bernard Shaw's satirical play "Arms and The Man" will be offered by ihe company tonight. day. U alive There. "Ip moUon pVolure beauty Ii the tecond rreat essential. Tbe 'hln Liiit Ii the mailer with tbe of [copla not acu e Imi cokiileM monolonv .'ncMentUy, that Is Ii tho ir.iV-.T productions, too. People vho lead dull HTDS, and they are In the great majority, lovo lo Imagine thcm- th.o heroes and heroluoa if But. unaLsiBtcd, lliclr The Introduction to the De7ereux Players last night the i Majcatlc theatre la "Tho School for Scandal" Tvaa as hearty and as gen-1 ulae, not to speak of Lhe merit of the presentation. a9 anything In the his- tory ot the city. Lethbildge tuned out en masse Lo hear the purest 'ot English Bpoken acted by A com- pany of cultured and talented: people. Sheridan bull-Jed well when he pen-, ned this Immortal play, and delightful J comedy, and wllneasing It brought, once moro the time honored reflection' "Hip" show at tho Colonial theatre on Monday and Tuesday, .vaudeville fans going lo Tyltness an array of talent seldom equalled In this city. CassetU and Hyilcl, a most llhablo young man and an exceptionally pret- ty girl, will present one of the fastest! dancing acts on iha vaudeville stage.. Mhg n.Tdel -n a series of solo dances rcmarhatia Rg.llty and grace, i CaaselUi aiao doca somo very 'clerer splnnlne1 work during tho act. An act Tvfalch. will mako an Instan-1 iaiicous kit with tho auJIenco Is that otferetl liy Iho Mack ant] Evelyn, a couple or versatile and talented girls. These "peraonaltty Elrls" have ft repertoire ot popular and catchy songs.which they "'put over' In real They are both Rood In look upon, and wear some stunning KOWIJS, and will certainly register one of the biggest hlU on tbe now bill. Dllly JlcCanu, Keystoiia ven- .will offer his-unique, com- edy acl. McCnnn has established lilmsRlf as a popular entertainer, g.v- scope lor rich comody ol which full Advantage is taken. He Is a clev er'.mlrplc, and-'nJso renders" several vocal .riUniberS1 In splendid A-special'ad Jed attraction to the bill Vi'lll be tho appearance ot VTilllaui Knox and Company, world's premier sharpshooters, who will present a sen- sational sharp shooting act (hat eclip- ses the wildest dreams-of (ho. per- fnrmer who follows this lino oC en- deavor, by the wonderful marksman- ship" displayed. One of Knox'a fea- tnre sbnlg Is lirlng two rifles at tlio Fame time and making two separate Lmlls eyes, SmoHalega powder lg used which Is not offensive to an audience, This act Is possibly one of Iho njoil during ever offered hfcre. Popular George ivlll seen In bia very OuTu6uy drams, en-1 tille.l "I'll'Say and It la saM that "you'll a ay so" too atter you have seonl dynamic (itorgc lu ihla wonfler vIc-( lure. I Comedy will run rampant. In Ib'e -cst wild .inlmnl comedy eeniatlon, "Loncsorne Hearts" and IXJOGG one of tho runniest comedies ever produced. Charlie Dcrcsford a nil big Jazz Boya Tvlll oHcr another harmony concert. Tho Bhova will start nt 2.30, 7.00 and 3.00 on Monday and Tuesday. Pat- rons arc ndvlsej to attend early, ci last Monday night hundreds were un- eblc to gain attar 8.30 p.m. THHILLING PIOTU-1E iraaglnrvtlOTi- nrc uu- ttrong onough lo tnat humsn Is prcily much the' ronstruct 6'ica .rolvs. 'ITiai la why Katnc iu al] countries nnd In all times, pre admliefl or. the scrcea. even In the centuries of the pasl. KiiH t "At risk of contradiction 1 will j of Bparblfng wit and genial cynicism ICMPRES MONDAY ONLY SI Fonight for the Lut Time REX BEACH'S 'CRIMSON GARDENIA" HARRY CAREY The moat popular er" on the screen. In. his latest, greatest and best production. Ace of The Saddle' On the Same Bill "HEALTHY Idlest Vitagrayli Comedy Hioi "Elmo the Mighty" Liteat CONCERT ORCHESTRA ADULTS ..ALL 3 EATS 25c LAST TIMES TONIGHT ENID BENNEH "The Haunted Bedroom" Thli Is mystery jilay Ihit irlll lioep you In aUentloTi Trotn start to finish. "PILLS OF PERIL" Two-Heel Keystone Comedy "TOPICS OF THE "DAY" Adulte 2Sc Children 10c. MONDAY AND TUE3DAV MAJESTIC Last Time Tonight, 8.30 Ihe CLIFFORD DtVERfUX (Wilh ZlnlU Cr.f) In "ARMS AND THE MAN" By Bernard Ehair Pricti: ?I.M. 7Bc, Me EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION NEXT WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS DUSTIN FARNUM In Play Mide Fa mom In London, Eng., by Fred Tirry an-i Julli Ntltoon 'The Scarlet Pimpernel' BY BARONESS ORCZY. An exceptionally beautiful production of the Immensely popular itage succen. Watch thlt for ann6uncementi week. COLONIAL MONDAY TUESDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL STUFF" A. Sillre on Hern "Wonhlp.- Don't it. Out ot the moat thrlllloe photoplays Reeu hero lliia eeaaon la "Thp, Haunt- fj Marring Hold Bennett, which Is Iho main feature at StarUnd tonight Mis3 Bennett Is a reporter In thfi picture who la acnt out tlgale a ghost mystery, and she has nercral Adventures which keep the spectator ever on tno threshold of ex- peclancy. HAHEY CAREV AT COLONIAL LAST TfME TONIGHT Popular Hwry "roalcat westerner on the screen, will appear nt tho Colonial tonight (Saturday) for the triH tlmej in bis wonderful pic- ture "Tho Ace of Iho Saddle." Other fino a-Ur'acllons will also be shown, BIO BILL RUSSELL AT STARLAND MONDAY William Uuaeell, Iho "Flying A" Elar, had tho Idoa lhat he might bo alilo lu borrow a captain's uniform that had senn real service, for r onftcling Ihn earlier scenes "Thla Hero In which Huieell ha.i lhn part of Captain November Jones, Just reUirnert from overseas, However. "Ulg 13IH" "happens io stand 5.1 feel two In hli Holoproofs nod 13 corrcapondlng'y broad across; eo when s. wcek'fl search fr.llcd LO dla cover a.iinlform big cnoufih io (Kcom- motbto his Inches, ho had lo put his tailor Lo work. Then Pill anrt Direc- tor King got their hoaja together lo ROC what they could tlo lo thnt per Icrtlf nice, net? anil to mahc It look ni though It had been through Ibo mm. "Tlifs Moro StufT" comrs to SUrland on Monday Ami Is a sparXllns, lai _ live-act comedy which llts Ih9 filnr's Blylo as fmuglr as Lho unl form docs hlj figure, ft's a merry sallro In which the author, Btcphen KOI, fakca a lltllo fling nt tblp, and tlio hero takca any nu'mtoer M A H7QTI.P NEXT FRL SATURDAY ITlAJLtJ 28th and 29th POPULAR MATINEE SATURDAY STUART WALKER BOOTH TARKINGTON'S A. play of yonlh uid lote Brttlluit Tort cut tud fl.50, Sl.M, .75, .54 Seat fart OfMni it Armdroni Ntit. GET THE HABIT A NEW SHOW, BRIMFUL OF NEW NOVELTY ACTS. "The Ptrtonalily Olrla" J r THE MAQf SISTERS Charming Girls, Gorgeously Gowned in an Artistic Ofrering. Dixieland1! FunnlMt ComedJin BILLY McCANN Keystone Ventriloquist'1 1 The Dtrtclng CASSETTA and RYDEL In fa Elaborate Terpskhortaii NoTellj Acl. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION WILLIAM KNOX and COMPANY World's Premier Sharpshooters, In a MtrreUn GEORGE the dynimlc In' Wjlllim Fox'a or ptp" play "I'LL SAY SO" Anethvr Wile Anlmil Ccmedy niot "LONESOME HEARTS AND LOOSE LIONS" Other Great Attraction! Colonial ConMrt Orchestra Sama Popular dulU 5Oc ChUdfen 2Sc Thn> showa 7.00 and 9400 p.m. COMING ,TO THl EHPRESS FOR THREE DAYS NEXT .WEEK STARTING TUES., NOV. 25 Hm bxn ahvwn In the larger eltlei at prlctt tf JO lo ;