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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XOVKMHEK 27, 1913 THE I.CTIIBRTDGE DAILY ITEJUTJX PAGE FTVR MARKETS 10 LIFIIEAl EMBARGO DEC, 15 TO11ONTO, Nov. embargD, Cauadlu gorernment formed the Can- Jfov. closed on Canadian wheat entering I adlan board for tie purpose of 3-Ss IO-.TCT for December, May and July. Barley closed J He for November, 2c riown lor December and ic lower for May. Flu closed un-- changed for November. Decemtor and Slay. Ryo clQsed. unchinged for f nited Stales by the United SUtaa En cojporallon will lifted on 15. KcbriKng to the Star toimy. In a "em. Ihe nowipaper aaya 16 "Huatlona was outlined ai folio wi: head of the .United 136 500 432 462 149 comber and 34c lower (or May. Winnipeg Markeli Opco. December u- i 7S ss swMan July S3'fc November............. .May.............'l3Sii November 500 December 4S2 May 4SI Derombor 145% Way 15C Cash Pricet Ko. 3 C.W...13o No. 1 X. MT. G. 2 CAV...-I9G s Ko. 2 Toronto Livestock v TORONTO. Nov. re- celjils 53S. In addUlOD, there are 300 v 10 t'otrJ stackers, to tmdc was quiet loJiy. rholrn SG tu choice, milk cows. lo [States grain corporation, has eta led the embarco placed on Canadian Close entering (he United States ci will be remoTtd, on Dec. 15, have the effect cr opcu- Ihe United Stal-s cb minis -y to CanadLavn grotfn wheat The price of.Manitoba Xo. 1 nr-'-lh- cni wheat tor domes Me eunsjmpllou mmrketbic tho Canadian wheat crop, chsrs, Indians, Mexicans, cowgirls and It follows ihat K the board Is, others canje to Hollywood to make tc Mil our wheat at the highest price thu rodeo scenes and over a thousand aad In rle-w of the Utllnc ol the em-{ persons appeared therein, barfo In the United States it looks; "Tho Money Corral" Is Eald to bo llko Mlllnj al a consIdErahly hlghpr i the moct eicltlng film Ihit has been laborattd ID direction, Jane N'o-JunJay evenings, with a popular Salur- vnJi la the leading woman, hcadJcg an' day matinee, claim 3 thai there Is a. excellent mppqrtlng cast. I "hatd-hcaded row" at "Seventeen11 Tha roJeo scone of thla picture J none other. Act! eho knows niponslve and took lots of Ume, but 1 I li juatlfled the effort tor It glrei R J "I have recoRiilzed the same (aces touch of'reallam could not again and again in front of the wlso hare been secured. Many pun- j theatre wherever I played" said n hushoi Fort of eqiul value la Ecarca in the! trice than has heretofore been ob- tainable in Europe. As the domestIc under lha crceainp tho board must bo based cm the export value of it follows that dCTiotllc price in Canada must average as near- ly on tho wht.4e crop, Ihe price thai Is received for iporl. It Impotable to that produced in months. No. 4 C.W...131 ..............5CO, .N'o. 3 C.W-.457 I United Sialet and Is selling at higher c-irort price will received for th prices. An the United States govern-! whole crop, aa'it will depend not only had lorriied the United Slatfte on how much ot the crop has alreadv i grain corporation and placed at of and what prices dl.vostl o( the corporation orer a Uava been for It, but ahra bllllo-a dollars to market the United on Ihe price Ihat the board niiy n- SlalM wheat crop and gOTernmmt allM tor Ihe hilance of the crop (control was eiptcted a or i The wish of the board has. UMn to lea Qitenl in ever> coiintry In make u far ni possible no altera THE BALDHEADED ROW May Come Again" and Again to See Lillian Ross who plays the role of the talkative little sister in "Seven- teen" which will be the attraction at the Majestic Theatre Friday and Bil- whh one- or Iwo the 9 f SUGGESTIONS FOR A NATIONAL VANCOUVER' NOV. lion in the domestic price, the beJng set with thla In view, but the greater percentage of, hiu-d tprlng ir. the United vhor no doubt, IE a compelling factor in 'the action of the United sir Rlcli'afd' Turn- Slalw gralti corporaUon which Jitg b effecl Canada may or, V.C., addressing tuc Can- adian Club here this after- noon suggested tbat Canada should adopt as her rnatlonal Mag Ihe Union Jack ivlth the Maple Leaf. In; Appealing for conBlderalion for reluriierJ.nien he urged cm- ployera lo "Give the" returned a leg up" durlug Hie per- lod of reconstruction, o compel the botrJ lo advance the. price in Canada to in eel the clianted A3 aa advance of 20 ctuLs a biiih- In wheat ivoulil IUCBII only bal[ a cent per pounds ol bread, jiol. lie a serious matter when ooe coiiiiilers.tlie very small quanttly of bread consumed per fam- ily and (bat bread the cheaper of II our foods in Canada today. STRONG RAY PICTURE ,GREAT WELCOME FOR PRINCE OF WALES retain I P. 1.1SG; latnhs atuailv at Advance: sheei) cr: oivcs, J7.6'3 ?7.T5. Hogs are sell-; liiK r.L yesttrJjiy's decline with fed and, j walcra-'l at ?1C.25 and f.o.b. j hogs ni j Livestock i WIXMl'KO. Nov. 3313 cattle, 1730] ami 26-1 slieeu. while 241 head of cjlllc irerc on thrcugh billing. _ 4.0CO boaij of cattle an: 01 iUe markcL (or tolay'a trading.. uvs oai.c a liUle activity shown on th'.i :tnrkiil this morning nnd buy- ers wore iiuxious to oyerate. Most fcrprVr. Felling steadyvlo 25c With, fairly heavy run of. hogs the SOt "Ifftrer from" .yesterday's (Joip, hut no sales had been reported j Up to-11 Gnnd weiRiied up this morn-: Ins frcin 112 to 5-13 while goad sheen c-hangcd'hnnds at J9. Cafg'ary Livestock C.U.fiATVf. Nov. 300 hcatl were tinloadeJ at .IJie yards to- rtav and Ihe market for good stud was fuMv well, b -rilafP- vhiTc yearlings went practical- ly nt Luvers' bids. Seven head of bought and .idapled to the screen sVeevs aVcraginR 1340 made .a sUrritm Tehlcle for Olive TeU. 111.75. Ihe bulk of pnod butcher, sleeri made from ?10 ?IU.50; common hui- JS.50 and rough unfln- LONDON, Nov. Prfnce of Wales is aiJUrtd big (pop- ular receolion nn his return to London, which to lie next Monaay. King George decided that Ihitead cf drivlri di- rect lo Buckingham rout: .of prince will be in extended one In opvn carriage! from the-Victoria to Weil- .mTnitcr and through Parliament White Hill, Charing Crow, Pall Mill to Constitution HTM; that the pcapU will-have .ample opportunity cf giving Prince a we left me. "TiW" IS COMING j Clmrles Ray's latest Incc-ParaniDiint, pholopla.v, "The IJ us her." Is attracting Merge audiences at Htmrland. al Utrone photoplay and has1 been welt I jreceiretl ty delighted spectators. Thej j is exceptionally "strong, Col- leen >foore being lead tug woman. That j story full interest all baeeball as Iae motion picture taps. H will hcj shown (or tho laat llnies tonight. "THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL" A.GREAT PRODUCTION "The Scarlet Pimpernel" which will be at tbe Colonial Ibeitre for the' last times tonight is one oE the (Inett productions sten here for considerable lime, Beauty lakes its head, as a flower wet 'with dew.tums to the morning L in tbls picture of (bo Scarlet Plni- parnel. The settings ,cqual, perhips exceed, anything .that haE crer been put before the pic lure public. They axe. of the 1792 period and the scenes .are. laid along the shores rTugland and those gorgeous housea and ions Ihat Is All Feature Wttk Pofltlvely the Lait Tlmec William Fox, the Romintlc Actor DUSTIN FARNUM In a Lavlth Preduetion of the Pljy Mmdi on the Injllih "The Scarlet Pimpernel" "By Orciy Mi llio HE have read "the book, nftftm of tfioiwAndt have the pfay, one of the milLiotu ing the plcturt. Chlidreti Lillian Hoss. as she put on the which, as Jacc, she wears In the play. J And one day I got a letter from one j of them that explained this parUcular i inan's Interest In "Sevt-utecn." j "You're juat liko a llille devil of a Bis- j er 1 had a good many years he irrole. "She was another little Busy Bert hi and her shots fell on any will-! Infj ear. Willie's troubles have noth- iug on miue." Tbe samo reason probably accounts for tho presence of many of those who come frequently to see "Seventeen." Perhaps that heavy Jowlei man fills in his chair so completely, once upon a tinio was a slim harassed lie Baiter, given lo serenades and in- cident love. Or perhaps the gray- haired ladVj austere and was, inauy years a long-lcsged, shrill voiced. Irrepressible Hut It's ihe same motlre that" fills up the pit with familiar faces; earh and ereryone of Ihem comes bach to en- Joy the chHdlBh fallings and troubles I Ibat made their yout'h such a 1 to lire agalu through the peccadilloes tlio younger brother and slater. "But-they Jiko UE; alt these people are now nblc to enjey the troubles of Ihclr ycuih they come again and to chucWo H Is probahly like f.c-eins n part of your own life snapped cut en the stage for you. I kp.or; that 1 O-iss Ross paus- ed to east a b.iekivard look ovc-r her long life nineteen years) "1 um al- ways asking mother to tell mo ihe story tbcut when iras a, baby. "Seventeen" probably teeras as far back to grown-ups as babyhood does to me." who arj i lend romance to the history oOEiig- II.rdicrD.vii Jules .Lhtcenth cerlury. ut coiiiiiion was harder Lo Kckert were jolnl authors coalurnaa, loo are on a ot "The which tha They are of ished ai Inw as J6: lieavv cows Tjplcal ql.DiTli itories.'lhe plot is Filil to he rich in dramatic sltua- lioiu, jusl onomh complicated [o keep x............. "P suspehce bul'nol .Bufflcltnlly in- .e 5S.SO: gnoil Lulrhor I volved la A unl- In J7.SO; roraiilnn. J3 to JS.50; fend-1 'ormlv good cast Mlected to sup- 1-3. Hjjfp In S5: slockcrs, J6 to 5G.50; BlaV' according'to L. Plays, 15 lo Jii.- ITofa: Selects, cars, BILL'S STAFF (JET TIRED OF AMERONGEN7 Sid par the type wont by the npbllitr and include powdered wigs and costly laces. With them go the Jeweled snuff that were 10 foafaionvblc one hundrcd'yeara ago. DuBtin Farnum and leadrng lady, Winifred Kingston, glre R beanllful and allrring Inlerprelallo: days when Iho reign of lerror In France was sbaklng tho aristocracy h.formalion, and Includei iMasDii, Ihe etar-ot the-ilj I "Alias Jimmy Valentine" I Rich- .....-u loanXhead, Rod laRocqne ml hl! brother lords In France from of tbo'old world. He plays the part anare. S'nce Dr. who for ninny onlhg acted as personal physician i. Ihe former .emperor, nml Sepal-ted for Berlin about six weeks IEO, there have, been two new Gtr- nan doclora at Ucnllnlck Caslle. The inlejl is Dr. .Alfred Hachner, who rnnle from' Cologne a'few days' aRo. Den. von Donirnes, who has been chief Ilia perfloriBr suite for several to Berlin, either n vacation cr permanently, anil has Veen .succeeded by Krcdericfc von ftolz, of Ilerlfn, who was a court under .the old rcRlmo. lurhc. The action at tke bocuintoir of the ilay lakes place in the Yukon, where Jean Carson. pliywS by Nln [a found with her ftther attempting to find fortune In a gftid claim. Tho ele- ment of love Interest ccntrel) about Jean and three men fa the Yukon wlLh vhomsiie becomes closely associated. Two of the men hrolhera. One or of Jo" the guiltotlno. It is picture thai will Ihrill the heart of every motion picture goer. GRIFFITH'S SUPREME TRIUMPH, "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" father's partner, ia worthy of her'lOTe, tho one. Is' t rogue ana a drunkard. The third member o[ the trio who professes 'lo IOTB Is known as "The Hose of the li a New Yort broktr, whose hU9lnesa hai taken him. to KlondiXo. The plot fInilly Inkes the Important chtnvctera. to Naw York, Were Ihe unlftngllng ol the plot threads IB effected In what Is said to he a moat vlgororis Bnd enthralling manner, Frank Relcher directed lite prodnc- tlori, which Is booked for. Ihe'Colonial theatre for FriStr and Saturday this week.. edition of "IIeart3j Lhc aupremo (.riuVnph Griffith, lo be presented TONIGHT PcwHively Your Last Chance lo Charles Ray THE BUSKER' This Is the best Hay picture to date. Don't miss it. "HIS DOUBLE LIFE" Two-Heel Keyaione and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Tlie best program in Ibc clly. AYe guarantee all oC our pro- Era ins. Adiiltr, 3Sc Children 10c COLONIAL 3 Days Starting Next Wed. Dec. 3 MATINEE DAILY AT 2.JO-NIGHTS AT 7.03 AND 9.00 THE NEW PEACE EDITION OF "THE WONDER SHOW OF ALL TIME" TURf ASSfNG EVEN THE KRTH OF A NATION1 AND INXPFBQAOCDBV ANY OTHER PaOOUCnON.- tJVTGRIFFITH'S HEARTS OF THE My idea of a three course breakfast is three dishes of POSTlOASTIES says tha Colonial theatre for three days, starting next Wcuneffday, Inauiurates a new era In the realm of the screen drama. Hore, with the great war as a background, .Mr. Griffith has filmed n simple little lore story, old as'the ages jet erer new. "Hearts of Ihe World" has proven tho sensa- tion In the screen world. Mr-.Qrlff.ilb realized that the pnhllc which became cnlhuslastlc ofor 'The Birth of a Na- tion'' and ''Intolerance" would hlj from him in this latest therefore Instepd of trt- lig to oot-do himself In staging-gl- lantlc bailie he uted the treat war onV as A background for he filming of a ilmple and attracllrc story of tremendons human Inlerenl. "Hearts ot the Worln" shows the liappy, peaceful IKo of the people of .1 small Tillage before Ihe grim horror War reared Its uglj- head over the liorlion. The c-uscs thaL-led lip In the, war are shown; the rasetlna; of lha Kngltih parliament Qn the erenl- fill nlihL whon Iho role wig cast for tbc session ot the. French. ntc rollnc upon the declaration of tlie sestlra of cabinet.nwilt- the fatal hour when the ultima- tum (o Germany would corm As a prelnde; then .the great drama begins when (he hordes enter France. "THE MONE CORRAL; AN OLD TIME "IILL" HART IS HERO Tears ago the rodfd was tke big- thlug In the It was tbe occasion when all the Tlld rUen, broncho buslerj and sure shots of tho Went assembled to display proWKt. Such a sccno Is In "The liouey a new Artcraft picture starring William 8. Hart which will shown 81 Siarlaad Friday- and Saturday, 'it was written by ilr. Hart anj T.anilert lllllyfr Ifcey ilto Master Master Sweetest Loot The Greatest Spectac Ever 'Concerned THIS SUPERB PRODUCTION IS SMASHING RECOHDS EVERY WHERE." Times of 7.00 and 9JDO p.m FIRST TIME HERE SATURDAY GRTAT WEEK END SHOW SPECIAL POPULAR MATINEE SATURDAY In Richard >Iardlny Storr STUART WALKER PRESENTS BOOTH TARKINGTON'S PLAY OF .YOUTH, SUMMERTIME Wm. S. Hart In Ilia LATEST Picture The Money A ETCRL that swings from tha frozen northlmd to the TntnsiQJis of the mper lory of 9i who hides her Trhllft sin till ol man torcea pit-ien publicity. Played by eiqulslte Tell with an Ihat Vill erery heart. With Gnat York Cant. Brll- Irani Production. Selld Carload Scsnlc Effecti. Don't this picture confused with Old Hart productions. It Is ftn .Artcrnft picture ana a late Adults 35c Children 10c Saturday Matjnee, Children LOVE ft WONDERFUL THING TONIGHT Last Time THE MOST DELIQHTT'JL OF FERING OF THE CURRENT SEASON. EATS NOW SELLING AT ARM STRONG AND RAWORTH'S Pricet-Nifbtf ll.W. 7S< 54, Matinee.................. sW, HERE TOMORROW-JACK FICKFORD IN "A BURGLAR BY ;