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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY, XOVEMBEH 20, 1919 THE LiniwnfriGR DAILY rm DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Qrali Nov. closed %e higher Cor December aud May And >ic iower (or July. Barley closed Kc lower for November, 1C .un fw De- cember aad Tic higher for May. Flax cloMd 4c dowtt for November, 6c down for December and Ic IOTCT for May. llye clo-od >Jc higher for teceraber Hnd Winnipeg Marketa Oils flea..... Mar..... July..... Kov...... Dec, 3lay Flu- tter...... Ucc...... Open CIoso 149 HI D. W. Gofflth'i Production Shown at -Emprtn Thli It Gripping In 1U Inten- Story Told In Thil Vivid Manner, Known Only to Thli Film Wlurd. urged htm to win a turfcer fry throw- Yukon, during tbc gold-rush daj-s, and ing three baseballs at. a mark. reverts to New York. iThc wild, vtc- Thtnklng It a. good Joke-, Hay's turusque scenery of tho KlonJlke, tho friends urged him on acd so ho habits of tbc men and women who gold, are portrayed i inLcnEO re al- t Isai, It IB said. The subsequent events, which transpire 13 New York, rc-flect j cd .browing, llo won ihree lurheys went there to cajole the yellow harpy. In has relief to the plot and aciiou arc blralghl' end Ihcii tho Ls.lla.hoo man beeeed ilm lo tranefur UU actlTitlea to A compctUor. .Mr. Hay Lict for Ihree months bten jiractiflnji iiltchlng for scenes ho was to make as a buse- ball twiner ID "The Iluslier." Col- leea Moore la the leading woman. the rholograrblral possibilities iires- ent when depleting homes ot wealth. Tho fgKresslve methods of the men the plot strength of UJTIS Btory. [who vie with each other for a place .._.._ ..__ __ i in York's business world, are failhrully portrayed. Ths story concerns Jean ('araon. playuJ by Miss Tell, New York school, who goes to ihc Klnodlkc with her, and tbera becomes associated three men who pro- fess to lore her. Two of tfce men are brothers, one of whom Is true hearted and the other a blackguard and a bigamist. A New York broker, In the Yukon on business, la the other mem- ber or the quadrangle about which the action revolves. 490 4S5 I C.W. 1 Kettl 3 C.W. Feed 3 2 Feed 155 4 C.W The Enipreis theatre vraa taied lo ila utmost cipaelty at tie opcnJng ot Wark Griffith's freet photoplay Crfterlng "Broken Dlos- and the management of, the I Emprwa theatre are .lo he 14m 'nWed In securing euch a truly fxou- mu dertul eUracllou. Mr. Grltflia has always held first rtp.ce as a producer anil director ot tho silent art, but nerer before hm bo presented such a rcaUy nrtlsllc groat photoplay offering "Broken The special Symphony Orchestra accompanies "IJroken Blos- fionis" ii another attraction considerable credit and la x rare treat for music lovers. Mr. Liriftllh per -1S2 432 sonally lie musical ecore nllee 496 500 Z C.W.. uye- J C.W 148Ks Calgary Livestock CALGARY. Nov. There were about head of cattle, unloaded al Ihc stockyards today tind trade was on all good beef. Four, choice avcrng'j mart 6 112.00 aud the of good lieaw to .J10.BO; heavy cows, ?S.OO '10 JS.7S; common A'.ecrs tnd cowa were 'a harder sale. Sleurs made from lo and cows, ufalch IB being reiiJered 'during the lireae-nUMon ot Ms masterpiece Ihla city. It happens once of'twic'e in a geii: eratioa 1hal some artist takes some sad or terrible llierrio and so moulds it to the Image of his imagina- tion Hi at It becomes a thing of beauty, oven H holds sorrow or ter- ror or HID squalor, ot sordid things as The world is not always svntt to recognize Iho. v.-ork ot the UuL when il does it geueraJly j-tands and with eyes in which soma hnlf-comprchended awe lies hidden. So Vercslchagin made tlio friglit fulness of "battle marvellous. Ko Ilf noir iiainteJ gobLling .turkeys 111 the 4G.OO to yearling stockera, (allow sunlight. So Wcdeklnd penne-1 lo Good l feeders were in' [iis mGnioratlB. "Awatening of rood demand and up lo S'J.QO; Spring." Now comes] David Werk good bull beef, to ic.50; good." Griffith and given us "Broken Bios- :omedy that turns all the veteran of Iheatredom topBjMurvy Is stage version of Booth While Haiter Stories which Stuart Walker will prc- aent at tho Majestic Theatre commenc- ing ncit Usually the vamplro of a play Is a Imuoug, mauve-clad creature with red, red, Ups.jHyJ while i-hecka. and blue-black ayes. Behold (he danger-1 OTIS woman In wears gingham and talks batty, talk. When Lael Uavia in iho character of Loin I'ralt, tho slrco, murmcra, "ickle bov, don't oo iordlt umc Ixtla." audiences to a man, vow eternal remembrance. Villains are almoal' always (all, bulky, heavy-browed men with for- midable mustaches, but in "Seven- teen" the person whom our htro tried tesperaiely to foil is nn Insidious young lady ol ten near rela- tive Jn truth, such Is the cruel real- Ism ot the ill ay, 'tis hig own sister. This unnatural wretch repeatedly wrecks Willie's plans lo win the woman of his heart by her bread and buller aud Jane, as played by Lillian Hois, has 3.3 maddening" as any heavy man's sinister "lia Ila." Whoever saw a hero without an acqullEnc .nose? The manner ol a IlainleL? And ivho wasn't Immacul- ately Groomed? The. hero in "S teen'' Eomclimes forgets to brush hair and shine his shoes. He cncoun- on the street, when QTARLANO A All Q-jmttMtf. I WHAT! BASEBALL IN LETHBRIDGE TODAY? CHUMPS! HAVE A HEART! YEPI HERE IT III vaal'calvcEf, J7.50 lo J8.25, with thin In IU war every, aa re Hud coarse, to "jmarkablo and RS a-Tork of off cars. dropped "to f 16.00 for selects I art aa.-aoy of these others: York Stocks When I first Ban- "The Birth, of a saiil Lo royselr: "ThiB Noy. (tlie- firal niqtion. picture which-holds sates: C.l'.n., H5U; United 'Stales ,llie demcnta of-drania, of. f-Steel, United Slates Steel pre- of beauty- Iniasineil "and con-. ferred, Toronto Livevtock Nov. tDominlon Livestock Cattle receipts, The ciLLle'iraxie Is steady at linchanced prlcea. Very for good cat- tle are on sile, en micro and common cows predominating. Tho canner trade Is a little more active and celred." then held -aft thoEe things unlilf- Tuesday "night', wlien "1 BJIW "Broken Grlffith's grealCHt achieve- ment, and to my mind the most re- mirksblo motion picture H IE .not a, happy picture. It might have had onerof'lhoafl ibominable ters his l ho Is a dapper cane but Ills mother's Tvashhoilcr.. His clarion hurol that usually defies Jack b'nt- whimsical .combination of desirci and "despair.'. And; his It Isn't exactly.that, of -a. Greek Ood, 15 It? hbii a herb after-ourrOKn'hearls. -.Seals TcillJbe'.placei'-dn sale Wed- nee Say rnornlny Armstrong- RaVorth'3 for. all perfomiancea. demand- exists for slockers and I n "kappy i-.fijedcrs. Heavy beet steers no sales; gofls there choice butcher steerp, J12.0D and i that Mr. Orfffith courago choice butcher heifers, -ami (he honesty, of purpose not to end cholcti Irulclier cows, I ruin thla plcrtTire' hy any surrender J 99.56 and and canners (o conventional demands. Tnslftkd and good butchor oulls! took a bat-erf life, chose g great ____ _____ ____ _______ ______ r ___ ___ _ ____ _ 50 and goo'd' feed steers j artlsLs.tL-Tnterprei It, let them think Rood slockers and Celf recclpLi 210; Irado steady. A few choice veal cakes sold at choice milk' ?125 and S175; choice springora'YlOO and f 150. receipts' 2.611. Lamb market Is stronger- today, early sales 'tjclng matlc at an advance ol 25c. and 99.25; jarjibs, and IUZ5. Hog receipts, 2.692; market rc- out themselves the interpretations of the characters he ajked them to represent, and then iranaformed their interpretation on to tho screen, It can he R llvlnp s'eclient Itinp of infinite beauty, inflnlalp pethos, In finite picture which, zi Mnie. Olga PctroTa.haa BO finely ci- pressed It, Is "the firrft really great oplc of the shadowy The story !s from "The Chink and Ihc Oh fid." Uio first ot tho "THE TRAP" THR'ILLING ALASKA TALE .COMES TO 3AT. -KhJch tomes lo the olonUl '.1 heiiCra -on Friday and at''thV pitMt by'lte 'fact lhat it via written 6y jUchard Harding Davig, the master drainallc situation, as- fllsledVbir' Jules. Eckcrt Goodman, Frank .'Relcher, who directed tho pro- a student of dramatic EUS- was himself a -well-known player- of the apeaklng stage, having appeared In Shakespearean roles for many .years irllh .Sothem and Mar- lowe. 'Ho 'is r'sgardcd as one of the ablest tuLhorltlea In America. The. action In "The a Uni- versal production, tnkcs place In -the .maina unsettled, no sales having hccn recorJed since Monday, but wllhjol tales of in Jl5.nO liclng paid f.o.b. It looks ns If j (hat terrible but immensely. and thVj.hoKg may rcmiln steady; fed and I Rrlpplns "Llmehouse is'lghLV' oy watered basis, selects, sows Thomas Burke. A. tale of love and ..-_.. _ anil Winnipeg Llverlock Nov. LJvc3tflrk Uecelpta this monilnj; dl Ihc Union stockyards were Iti' cflille, 352 and 343 sheep, Vllh 293 afilltlcinal head ol-catllo an 'through biding. r--.WIth R moderate anpnly or 'datllo on tho market, this morning quotations on atl grades held firm. Tleavy butchers around 1200 pounris old' Elrong. OQO choice -relghlne 1.020 rounds sold for IH-00. 'The price of raid for sel- rcl-'hcgs, fed anil watered nnd the market vas ta no way Klrong and a .further decline In prices any be look- for tomorrow. and Iambi lovers, of brutality and" death. But Mr, Griffith, aided by great artists, has succeeded in accomplishing what Mr. Burke confessed filmed r unable o has preserved-if.s essential MGrance, 4hal; quality "that- will lift n affair of squalor into tho lofllcr pherea of passion and beauty and sorrow. IILD'SLWAM at Remove Polwns Frem Liver and Bowilfc Symp tor name California on tie 'package, Ihtn, you roar hating tde awl mm; kAmaloja-laHUre'Or physic for the H.Uli Moraaqh, llrer anj hoVeli. Child- Wi'JpTe ll> Pnll on each-bol- ;tHre. It Voii'hitist say r-Adverllrfemcnl One of tbe most arllcllc presentat- ions of the aeason, will be the offering Bl the popular Colonial-.Theatre tolay and tomorrow, ,of Wllllim Fox's lav- ish production ol' th'e famous .'The Scarlet Pimpernel." Tn polnl of Intcreit It eclipse any ilmllar screen cretit In tho history %of the local playhouse. Dnttln Farnnrn, .Ihe hero" of a ftun- dred screen masterpieces, la 'starred In "The Scarlet and Is seen al his heat In DM gallant role Sir Percy Bltkonej. Wlnnlfrtd Orcen- wooil assumes the.principal femalo role, playing opposite Mi1. Farnum In the part ol Lady Blafconey. On'o of the largest cajls ever asaemblcd In ono production glie wonderful sup- port lo tne Iwo stari. "The Plraptrnel" should make an eijwclally (o those familiar with leflMmiU; oo-.accoDnl of- tie recorda ty He both In Hng. land tod the .Vailed Mafet. For lie of lieir pat- roir. Colonial Tleatre manage- ment that the showings of Scarlet. Pimpernel" will com- mence each evening at 7.1; and 9.1S sharp. A special nutlnee wlir glren .day. at Z.30. RAV THREC AND WINS THRtE ij-how' latest feature, "The wll( be ihowti at Star- l and (omorrow. turned the Inugh on the megaphone nun ot Balla- hoo. Boiilovarii, Venice of America, With a ctoird oi friends he Paclflc Octoa resorl and WJJ Inimedfately spotlH a "Iry-your-lucX "man." -Tho raai SPECIAL POPULAR MATINEE SATURDAY STUART WALKER PRESENTS BOOTH TARKINGTON'S PLAY OF YOUTH, LOVE AND SUMMERTIME With Great New York Cast, Bril- liant Production. Solid Carload Scenic Effectf. WOHDEKFUL THIHG CHARLES THE MOST DELDIGHTFUL OF- FERING OF THE CURRENT SEASON. BEATS "GREASED LIGHTNINO" A MILE. SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARM- STRONG AND RAWORTH'S 75c, 50c j Saturday Mttinet...............50c, 75c, Tomorrow A DOUBLE-HEADER TONIGHT TOMOrl. ROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Charles Ray 'THE BUSHER' WILL PITCH ALL Tbe -world's rigni aore In I-othbrldie. It it and comfortable in STARLAND so that Is tbe games arc bcius staged tbere. 2-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY and OFFICIAL BRITISH.GAZETTE Isu't that some progTani for the price? Adults 35c, Children lOc.- Don'Lwony about zero.f Bather. You will forget all aboiit it and laugli your head off irhea you see Ihis picture AT STARLAND" COLONIAL THIS IS ALL FEATURE WEEK TODAY and THURSDAY POSITIVELY THESE TWO DAYS ONLY .William.Fox Offert the PeerloM Romantic Actor' DUSTIN FARNUM Ii a Lavish Production'of'lhe Play That Made Hlitory en the' Engjlrh. Stage EMPRESS-TONIGHT To onr good Citizens of mast see "Broken Blotsoms." An opportunity of this kind. only present j itself once in every ten years, when the master mind, D. W....Griffith, excefls himself u the wizard of the screen. BBOKEN th In the Nrger' ell lei At Ini from SUMPTUOUS SETTINGS ENORMOUS COMPANY DELIGHTFUL STOflY "THE SCARLET PIMPERKEt" BY BARONESS ORCZY Have Head (he Book, Ten> of ThouunH HJve ine Play, Be of the Mlllloru Who An the Scarlet rlmpernel" is being shown In mil larger citfcn ot irrcatly .Incroaserl prices. In ortler tlial everyone here may liave an onpcrlunlty to sen It, the following prices have Wen Ht: Adults.........35c Children lOc of 2.30; Nighti, 7.00 and 9.0Q p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY GREAT WEEK END SHOW EXQUIWTE OLIVE TELL In Hirtlnf Bivlf Qrtti SXory "THE TRAP" A UnlwrMl filial AHractlan A great drama (hat airings from the (roisn oorlhland lo the mBAftbns ot the super fiorf ot a iromaa vrho bUcri her .while (111 tno jfreod of imn forces pUDm pnb'.lcliy. Played oiquhflo OHve Tell with an tfrt'l thai.will.fetch tnerj ;