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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. NOVEMBER THE LTrniBmuGic HAILV PAGEFTVB DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Uraln >ud LlTMlttk WINMPEti, -Nov. closed r-i.c lilfihtr for December, end up lor Slay tod July. Ilarley closed higher for November; Ic uu lor De- closed 3u for November anil Jlecomber, :iud 5c down tor May. live doseJ lilglicr for Decembsr, and Uglier for. May. Calgary Livestock C.MXiAltY. Nov. licail of ealllc were unloaded at (be yr.rJs loilav, und prices for gooJ ttull ileid wllli yesterday. Good butcher mcprs sold up.lu heavy cows. ST.n') to 'common cove. JG.OO to 57.00; ceniiers, H.DO to ?5.00. No uere sold at noou. caes rcado SS.O'X iCULIURE Alberta (lOverument Finds Need und Musi Delay Dormitories Building ONTARIO lUKERS WILL ASK DAYLIGHT BAKING TGIIOXTO. N'ov. request bo niado lo llou. Mr. Hollo. pro- llou. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, has written lo tlio U.K.A. as follows with regard to boarding accommodation'at the schools oC agri- "Jl. Ksq.., "See. U.F_V, Calgary. Alia. havo your leller encloslni resolution with respect lo boarding accommodation at Ibo schools ot agri- culture. This matter has heen under advisement by (he government for some time. The cosl of.buildluE at the present time IE rather excessive, und dormitories Ic 'accommodate nil the students .would co'si a great deal of money. Taking Into Tinc-lal minister ot labor, by represen- consideration, and recognizing'the Im- tr.livcs of tho Canadian Federation portancc of Increasing the number ot of Labor, iliat tho provincial Ec'hools. and, consequently, In- miMit enact legislation to brine about icrcas'ng the opportunities (or more iluylhht baking. I farm hoys and. girls to avail tlicni Thi bakers' union, which rcccnlly selves ot Ihls education, we decided lo lost a two weeks' strike to obtain day- build three more schools before we light billing, Is affiliated with tho j would lake up the question of pro CHARLES RAY BATS 1000 IN HIS LATEST FILM "THE BUSHEFT' To speak la the parlance of base- ball, which furuUbca (hu atmosphere of tild latest story, Charles Ray bati au average cf 1.COQ in "The- Uuiher." _ the ueM1 Thomas II. Into-Para mount. j picture, which will open an enBage- men t at SUrlaod for if ft days, alart- IDE tomorrow. The Etory concerns a youth In a mall town who Is if Lei a rc- Khlo (browing urm and attracts .ttentlon ol a league manager. e Is promoted Into professolnal base- ill, hut a noticeable, affliction Inflated cheat and falls down OIL the b, Just when all bis homo folks arc the game lo see Lls wonderful i-ltch- S: jmlbnal organization. Eczema Wash vlillng residence accommodation. The matter has been ciscnsscu1 from lime lo lime. And, uo doubt, will ho dealt with eome llmo In the future; but, Ii tho meantime, 1 might say thai, for Iho present year, we have had remark A touch of D.D.1X lo any eczema ditdcully In eelt'ng students Esre or itching r-niption and you'll ha vvhcn the schools are nlile In rest and sleep once operatton, In spllo ot the fact tha a touch! Is it worth try- wo )iaTC a ]argc attendance Get a Irinl bollle today. 'Vour, ..Wo the value and iui nine? hack it the first holtlo uoc-i corlance of residences, but, [elt rot relieve _ t Co., Ltd., diugsist- mora important to increase the D. Advert. D. D. D. number ol schools In the meaulimc. "I am, yours very truly, "DUNCAN MARSHALL, "Minister ot AgrleultarG." For ChKt Colds and Croup, Colds In tho Spasmodic Croup and nny congestion, inflammation or rains caused from Colds, use Grore'a O-Pen-Trale Salvo. It Opens the Pores nnd Penetrates Ihe Skin.-Its stimulal- IUB and Healinc Kflect soon BiTCs re- lief. 3Bc ricr.hoi. If your DniKKlst has- n't nny, send 35c ID slarnps to I'arla Medicine Spadlnn Toronto, and a full size box wiD '10 mailed.lo you promptlsv "SCMPIM A SHE WAS WEAK AM) NERVOlp' Bramplon, began suffcring'iri'.h woman'a troublt. I 1 iU run-dovii. wcataridiiervous. was co wmiilclcly, iwn bnil out Ituil nilcl not do any-' coiilcl scsrrsK'' ]U3'St-lr, 1 heUl I lie doctor nrii] (wk olHcr incJiciuc but.. ter unlrl I Ix-Ran tiking -I'icrcc'a rnvoiilo Prescrip- tion aiiil Jin Golden It was only tjCctE- ornif. lo wLtn coiujjlcU'ly restored lo hcnlOi niid iUcnE.tli ntLtl h.ivo been LU better evi.-r iwrnre. I havo liacl no UM for nicdEcinc sirfcc, I need it I iroulil Ihwc f-anic rcmrdirj, knowmn locm lo lie MllS- KNIGHT, St. OWES HER LIFE II. KaiVofclicwin, if FINE HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE SHOW PACKED COLONIAL TO CAPACITY LAST NIGHT Iho fast growing ol the Hippodrome sLovrs at the Colonial Theatre, solid cauacilj1 audiences are evidently the rule now for every Monday ier Isst the Colonial was attended by an audience which flIJeJ the popular theatre lo overflowlLtf. Four excellent acts grace the bill this veelc, each and every OGO bclne heartily applauJcd last night. Owing to power trouble today H Is imposs- ible to describe each Individual acl but all arc good. The photoplays on the bill are ex- ceptionally goal. George Walsh Is Blarred Iu the feature 'Til Say a picture- chockfull of stunts, Tho Cen- tury comedians appear in a riotous ivltd animal comedy "Lonesome Hearts and Ixwjo Lions." I As usual, the Colonial Concert Or- chestra, BOHIC fine, orchestral music, thereby assisting lo put ihe ehovr over ID real siyle. same' Mil will be repeated again! tonight, and II last utghl's crowd equalled tonight, an early a'- tiDdanco to the theatre will be ad A Quinine That Does Not Head Because of Its Ionic and laxative ef- fect. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) can bo taken by without causing nervousness or ring- ing In head. There la only "Dronio Quinine.'1 K. IV. GROVKS signature oa tho box. 30c. MAJESTIC FRIDAYS SAT. THIS WEEK NOVEMBER 2Sth-29lh. POPULAR MATINEE SATURDAY. 17 STUART WALKER PRESENTS BOOTH TARKINGTON'S NERVOUS PROSTRATION fa? be Overcome by Lydia E. Puikham'i Vegetable Compound Thil Letter ProTCi It Philadelphia, Darinr (ht thirty I bavo been raarripj, I __ been in bid health had Mveral al> lacks ot nervoul prostntfOD ontil it Eeemed as if orcans in my whols body were worn out- 1 wal finally TientiadfK] lo U? LydiaE.rinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound and it c well woman of me. I eftn now do oil hmntworlc I I nilh Crc.it tljJt 1 irritc tho (nllowjilK nn.l I it. hrlp tlic many suffered who do not knoir Iha pood Dr. Piercc'j mcdi- cjnwvoulitdo tljcin i( Iliej' trould trj'them. "In n-KBnl condiliotirl will say thai I sufTcrod clnlUliowl from n very Trf-nl Knck: I linj (lit importune of luivinx incniiigilif ulien I oneyi-ar o'.tt Kail until I n-M 13 I did not fee a well day, lilt n very Vind tolil my inolLcr About Picrcc'a TAVorila i'mwrijilion nnd she cot B hollfo lo it. U did mo BO nvjch Rood thai mother got racOboltlM. llcconl- ly happened with our accident and hurt my Kick badly. My doclor gave me up nnd Mid T voulil not. live, but I atill slick to Dr. Fiorcc'j Kavorilo Prescription and (o my aurnrisz in Ihrcs weeks was out of bed mid licttcr. 1 OETC my to it nnd DOlhiag ant] ehnll norcr bo without it. ''If any DUffcrer wishu lo writo I will ntuMvrr with NOEL DAKTHOijOMEW. One of the moat noteworthy ev in Ihe history of Ihe local screen be the ofterlnE at Ihe Colonial TheiLr on We.lnes'Iay and Thursday. Ih week of the cinema producllon of Ih celebrated' English romantic success "the .nhich iho-peerless actor DuitiL Fa -.lii'jusilcc lo" n play, ao Inlemallo (amoua as "The Scarlet Plmper- I nel" a short nlslory of ils past suc- cesses Is quite in order. The play was firstXproduceil In JjonJon, Eng- land, in 1905. where Ihe principal chiraclers irere taten by IhaL im- nitnicly. pnpnlar duo, Fred Terry and Julia Xellson are" Incidentally Ihe parents of Phyllis Nellson Terry who appenre.d in bethbrldge a season -H.Tna'de. sn Insfanlaneont hit I.ohdon .audiences, and ran for over 2000 consecutive performances. In Ihe provinces it iras equally as well received, being played'throuGh- out England for.-six cpnsecullve year-. The pins' was hroughl' lo Ihe United Slatca In 1510 by the same stars and duplicated there Ihe success It had made in England. Th'i novel baled on lie play published In IMS, lo ilnle it Is esllnialed (hal nhoul twq copies of It have been sold. I and mlvise an oiling women to try LyiJim E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and I will rJaranlea they iriU rtcrivo pest Df.r.efit from Mrs. FRANS FITZOEIULD, 25 N. 41at Stnrt, Fa. There are thousands of woMBVTvry- when in Mrs. eoodilion, wfterinit from Kn-ouanesa, backache, hea'daehea, and other lymptoDa of a functional diranptment. It wal: a (rraltfoliplritfor health rwtoredwhidi td her U uriu tiia ttUr that other women nay benefit and Cud health hu dona. PornnntioTU in recaid toyoor CM- dltlch LyJia E. Pinliham Hediclin Co., Lyra, KIM. The rwult of tbeU tO yean eiixrinin is at your million COME AND SEE OUR XMAS CARD DISPLAY WM. RUSSELL "THIS HERO STUFF" A play of youth and love and summer tiae With Brilliant New York Call and Produc- tion. Direct from Phenomenal Eailern Sue- cejses. i 50c Sat. Mat Popular 75c, 50; Colonial THIS IS- All Feature Week I p.m. Last Timei p.m. and 9.( HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE Prices Are Reasonable Toys, of Every Description Now Showing. F, A. ROGERS M6 13th Street North.. Blue. Car Steps at the Door Ha had eyerrUiing Hat Chrislj- Malhe'ifion hid In his pahnlBS.L Christy't BaL he "bad von for him the :nirL This Is 'a. greater picture thaa LIGHTNING" -You n-ill TOjoi'i it Kiiolher you are a. baseball Inn' br not. Don't mlis II. AcijIU 35: Children 10c teted Itching Skins Rathe Wa Catknra Soap Dryad Ointment These super- creamy emollients nsa- pimples, and rdtigiincoJ, remove 'dantdniif r.nJ scalp irritalion tnd heal red, rough ana sore hands. If used for tvcry-day toilet purposes liny much lo prevent such dis- Ucubka. Nothing belter, or more economical at any. price. 3k, OfatNMt 26 MJ Mr. SOU Ihioughout Ihenanlr.iofi. ian Depot; 41. 1'wl 34., HMtTML trilbovl W" Orto ot the greatest photoplay motion's ever presetted' 10 the inca- going public will be presented fit .he Empress for three days couiraenc- lug today, irhcn D. W. Griffith's maal- evplece "Broken BlosHoras" Is snown [or Ihe first time In Ihls cilr. Tlio management c-J, lie. Empress were cxocedlngly forlnnite In secur- Ihis sltracllon which has Bel a new standard In the art of the silent drama, and which I: proclaimed by critics (o Mr. Griffith's EMPRESS NOW PLAYING x Children Advlli 35c After 6 Children Adulti 50e Balceny 75c "BROKEN BLOSSOMS" has been shown In the larger cities at prices ranging from to J3.00. "Hroken Bloasoras" -was shown at tho George M. Cohan theilre, New York Cily for a Ihrw monlli engjge- monl ct prices ranlfire from ono dollar and filly cenli lo Ihrco dol- lars and also playing In ono of Iho ilng Iheiliea In at Iho Bamc scalo of ftdmlsalon pried, has a moilon plclnre been accorded a reccpUon comparable lo the triumph ba's folloived every showing o credit Ihe biggest nccom- pllshmsnt In artlillc enttrWInment tliat wo have yet eiijoy'etl. "llrolierj Mr. GrIKilli tidapled from a {ato by Thomas Burke lolled "The Chink and Child" i which Ig part of Ihat author's famous Ivolnmo Nights." Aronnil Ihb slory. end. we speak from the opinion of dramatic! critics tha coun- try over, Mr.' CJrirlllh bnilt the most alluring yet yet tragic love sl6ry over filmed, A special mustcal .programme i.lii'en prepireil, vvhlch Mr.-flriiflih per. I Eonaljr oiranRe-.i. "Broken niosaom.i" will have arlUtlc proscnlnllon In ns could .be desired, "Droken BlMsomi" opens Bl Inn today anil .will continue (or tirec days. Lillian Gl SW GRIFFITH'S 'BROKCM "The PeraenalHy Girls" -THE MACK SISTERS CharmlnE Girls Gorgeously Gowned la au Artisllo Musical Offering. Fjnnleat Comedian BILLY McCANN ''The Keystone1 Ventriloquist" The Dancing Seniatlon CASSETTA and RYDEL In km Klaboralo Terpsichorean .Novelty Act. EXTRA ABDED ATTRACTION WILLIAM KNOX and COMPANY .World's Tremier Sbarpshooten, lu a Marvellous Inhibition. GEORGE WALSH, the dyiumlc in William "full pep" "I'LL SAY SO" Another Wild Animal. Comtdy Riot "LONESOME HEARTS AND LOOSE LIONS" Other GreJt Colonial Concert Orchntn Same Popular "Hlp'r Adulti 50e Children 2Sc Three Showi 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST SEATS GREAT FEATURE ATTRACTION Wednesday Thursday POSITIVELY THESE TWO DAYS ONLY Dustin Farnum "THE William Fox Offers the Peerless Romantic Actor IN A LAVISH PRO. DUCTION OF THE PLAY THAT MADE HISTORY ON THE ENGLISH STAGE. SUMPTUOUS SETTINGS ENORMOUS COMPANY DELIGHTFUl. STORY SCARLET PIMPERNEL" BY BARONESS ORCZY "THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL" Was iminortallzed on Ibe English Stage by FRED TERRY AND JULIA NE1LSON appeared, In it tor over 2000 perfor- U nun for over Six yea re In England. The was.broiigM lo the United SIMes Adcr Ms .London succau, and (here duplicated lla English record. DUSTIN FARNUM Star of a hundred cluiLcB, b before appeared to finer tdnnUfA than he does M "SIR PERCY BLARNEY" In. "THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL" Ho elTM i nurrtloas chanctnluUon to (he role ot the Debonair English. Lord. WINNffRED GREENWOOD h Ills Leadln MILLIONS HAVE READ THE 1OOK. TENG OF THOUSANDS HAVE SEEN THE PLAY. BE ONE- CP VHE MILLIONS WHO ABE SEEINQ THE PICTURE. 'T'LC ?carlcl rimncrnel" 19 being shown In all lariter cities at Increased prices u of .-u'.mlsglon. In order cvenono hero may liavc an oprorlnnlty lo sec It, Iho prices have lioen cot Adolt. 35c; Cbildren 1 Oc; Special Ladies' Matmee WeJnwdaj, 25c TIMES OF 2.30; AND 9.W P.M. ANOTHER ORE AT WEEK END SHOW FRIDAY AND s SATURDAY s THE FINEST WEEK END FEATURE EVER SEEN HERE. BY RICHARD HARDING DAVIS. WATCH FOR IT OLIVE TELL I 'THE TRAP REX nerer wrote u more rltld tale than "The Trapp." Uie Morlhland, Ihit.vlll thrill you through and Ihrough. Special CluUra fml- v-t- nt-titoatet Me at ;