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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1'JIO I'HE WTTlinRinGK n.MLY HKHMJJ, PARK DRAMA VA U DEVI LIE PHOT OP LA YS MARKETS I steady aL 514.60 for solecle, ted tad Lelbbrldee max hsre the opportunity I Datfd W. Grlttlth's greaUEt j waicretl. using Al BameB and company, the achievement, wIU bi Hie at'.rLctlou at nd Inmh rwelpLe enreuielj jrtsl illuatoalil, on the bill, the Col- Ulo Colonial lieatre (or Ihric days, Ul bare a tptcleJ matinee lor Tues- day AftcraMa at 4.16, when tie wtolo otlerad to tic klddlai cloted lo %ic lower. u> lower. Ic higher lo %c lower, and ryo V3c lo Ic lower. Winnipeg Marketi December May Inly December May November oOl 4S'J 4SO December 14SH 149 Muy.................. Caeli Prices Kd. 2 C.W... No. 3 C'.NV... SI Kn. l.Feeil-- SI Track 82Vi Nu. 2 No. I C.1V...133ft Feed No. 1 2 C.W...m No. CAY.-.-ir.SH Con denmed. 4o6 V> Track ......1SI It Exchange Slumps Again NEW VOHK, Nov. and French .cxchajigu vront. to new low LcTeh hcra.tioJay, dciuauj sterling Steel. United States Stcrl pre- Uo 130V? j Lowest in Years ag Itcsalt of De- velopment of Open Slylc or Play CHICAGO, Nov. claim- ed five victims during Lhe 1919 eeaiou. whlcli practicing ctoscd wllh Dny games, according to rc- yorta to tio Aazoclaled todny. Thu number ot deaths, the lowest in years, was five less than In 1215 and ecvfD under tho toll oC iwo BSD. Dprtlopment of the open etjla of play to anppltnl the dangerous BEL wh- ins Is maiQlj responsible for tbs docrcaalng notnbBr ol fatalities In tfco oplnloD of football eiparts. Vlrloalir ell ot the Ykllins of the 1919 Tcre players not part Id' psLlng ID game a conducted under strict phjilctl Dclcnd- S-1G, while francs tho college aport poral- qmucd'al 5.81 francs iier dollar. Step OTl1 titat- OIIC exception, the ling j-icbanco Liter rallied to on 'short covering. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. Nor. tola naming at tho Union Sio'chy.inls were 1.511 eiilllc, Etii liogE, iiiitl oi sheep. Trading .YES fuirly ac- lirc for the nioJeraio auijply 01 taitlo on Iiaiirt und'prtrca held lu liiic with yesu-rday's clotc. Liehler receipts ol hogs favirid the. market victlias were school pla tLo gaiupg training. i who eipcrLJ sLuting next Wednuday. TBQ biggest eieflt lit the entire teutm In Lhe world o: tnoilon pttf- tirfi, Trill be the preseutailou ot W. GrltUUi'i Him of the World." o! the "World" required msuLhi la the making. It lj prJinirUr ctory. U may be called "lh.e itorj of a aud for more thin fortr miDutei daring II Orp {Illll.Uie txpotlllon ol the story thcru I cannon Ehotr not a suggestion (l OLL I I01 war'a There Is tie pretty j roraacca of two girls, earn (Q love irilh Iho aame man; them Is (he quiet and peaceful atraoEpIicrc ul a, small WOEderflll Show at MajesUc is FTCDCU io-.m betore Ihc holocaust of the war. Tbea comes the conflict, lis ensuing effccis upon ihe for lunca of Ibose. fa the lilUe village. Mr. Cirlffltb Is ftnilous to have U Burc Cure For Uluea and Old Age Two little vorda complelelr up the presentation of UaoUi Tariing- lon's story, "Seveoieen." wblch oUcrei at the Majoallc Thentrs last through his Woudprful pictorial ntgnL Two little SCDUtloa of tbo tragedy of bleed tljot while "Hearts of the World" deals with war and love, It U a drama lie has staged, rather than a propaganda film. Yci no one cao lit SMALLPOX OUTBREAK IN MONTREAL, Did you 6Ter went to bo young again? Dili you erer wieh you could go back La ihe wonderful mo meats of delight, perplexity-, beanacbc and hap- piness ol your I'CJrst love when you were an QTcrxrown kid of serenleea or eighteen? Ot course yon have. Most decidedly you have- Ltratvn llice lo the-winds and at least come time or other Just for the sheer menial satisfaction It save you, liare taken yourself In memory tick to "after cdiool aod before col- lege" days.- And ihe thoughlg ot It j all have never Tailed lo give you Justj the leenieat bit o" a tw-lnge some-1 ust what "Seventeen" will do to you. II Is a joyous, happy, delight-. ful little play of love, youth, and when .ecdlni France without going forth more de- termined than ever ihat euch grim! horrors ot war must never happen again in, the htBtory ol Ihc world. Prominent In lue cast o[ "Hcarlai of the World" are Lhe bcsutifu! Gish Lillian and Dorothy; Robert liarron, Gcflrge Fawcoti, Geyrge Seig-; mac, and other well-known players, j A auperh augmented symyhooy or-. cheslra win Interpret tho masniMceuL OUTBREAK in springtime, when a young mon'a MONTREAL "HOSPITAL I thoughts tuni to IOTO and otber LL, Nov. arc Sentimental hueh? Mayhe. now 37 caaes of smallpox in Iho Hos-; Dul -Scventcca" will make you reel lillal do la Mlsertconlc, ou St. lluoert young anj raakc you reel itreel, was quarantined by Lhe n lhe for EMn Jt city health nulhorlllcs 10 days ago. AL Barnes and Company, Illusion Act has all the appoarance3 of being one o! the beat vaudovlllo bllU of' iho current "Hip" season is the now show which'will offered at ihc Coloplnl Theatre on Monday aod Tues- tiny neil. Comedy Is the keynote of par excellence, rtth a, h .j. The big snqjr will bo Uie AJ Barnes and his oozcpacy Ja a cohicUy and illusion act, Baiuea. beforo signing hla contract! Ihu now fihOTT, for three out of four for bis CaiiaiJIia and American tour, ot lhe eels specialize on making the roccDtly completed an .cngasenient of audience laugh, lolghtftea lha London Culls tho company prcsontlnc it here? Thoy arc- wonder'ul. Tliomas Kelly aa "William SylraiuJ'a Bailer" la JuaL a, blp, nal-jrfcl boy. Ho lives part.! Lacl aa "Lela lits Ideal girl and the causo ol all his troubles, deltclous. And what c lovable, lifelike couple AldrkU Bowker and Judith Lowry make aa "Jlr. and Sirs. Barter." tbev are Jual our own mother end father In our kid daya. Tho moat capable supporting com- pany nvcr aeen here In any play, glva salisfecllon In the olbcr rales. Tho Eccnic production Is excellent. inde fortunate in The Mioiv will, open wiUi a EcnEiiliunul' novelty act oflered liy r.nd Daley, n clever llh lnelons, comtincrl with :lbbrldge Is having "Seventeen" visit It. In Justice to such an excellent at- traction, lhe Majestic thcntre should be packed .to capacity tonight, rrheri the last performance ivlll be circuit ironi nn clgbleon wctika' imir or the Koilh clrcull. Hlchoy and TleDard. Parijlan comecl- will offer Ihclr luilcroufl comtdj" mcnt hare aacurcd lha.William Toi cowpunchorB, irilh special fculuce Mlraclion 63 ntMli craclt bustora Annie a Scolllsh lalc.ot IOTO an4 In Wm. S. and oalrlollcm. In wnich icinrc HMD LAST TIMES TONIGHT WBL lltart TiielSoney Corral Ons ol lhe Best Hart Picluret We Have Brer Shown VILLAGE SMITHY" Two-Heel Paramount-Scnjiclt Comedr, "TOPICS OF THE DAY" "Wulti 35c Ctilldren 10c MONDAY AMD TUESDAY ENID BENNETT "THE LAW OF MEN" Alto "COUNT YOUR CHANGE" Comedy, dad "THE TIGER'S Last Kplaode Aduft. 2Sc Children llnmlltoD Walton. Lhe wall known'' IktuL riot "A Village a rharacter DCinr, offer h'u original comidy LhaL IE ODC long uravm prosentatloD of character atoriw. TV 'out liajb. ton cleverly latcnubglea corned? Chvlla Boravford and hla harmony lltllu touches-of pathoa. little bo73 will accompany tho show lo the of the seamy p.fdo of life, lhat brlxc tuna of their jileastag orchestral a thought or ITTO along wlli xuelo. BU occaa of laughs. Hu la a In order tbat all the. youngsters In OLIVE TELL SEEN IN UNIVERSAL FEATURE New Phctopjiy, "The on Story By R, H. Davit, "The featuring Olive Tcllr which was glren Its first showing last T.Ight at the Colonial lUealre, aud which will to (or Iho last llrass tonight IE tho latest ol Universal'3 apeclel attractions. The story was written by Jf.cfiard IfirJIuj is and Jules anj was directed bj E-T2.nk Ilclchcr, ivho has guided ECores oi successful photo- dramas for the World, Motro, and SJSnoy L: Mason, r. plaTET known to bolb and screen, )lays oppoaile Iho slar. Maeon is IbO of "Alias Jimmy Valentine" 'amc, and Iho "Blacky Dap" of Iho laraous play, "Oel-nich-QuIcJi ord.'' MAJESTIC Tonight at LAST-TIME Stuart Walker presents Booth Tarklngton'B .n Olah. Robert Hnrron tn-J Doroihy Olsh In 'Hearts of llift ColonUi. einrilng ENID BENNETT'S NEW FILM STRONG DRAMA Thomas If. Incc ha a proAucsd an- other stirring drama ot big city life In "The Law :if the lalcsL star- ring 'vehicle for beautiful IHllo Enid normott, In-wbfcli Nlloi plan's Iho-leaalng male role, h end Ing n fine cast. Tlio features ol Iho picture, will be shown al aiarlnnd and Tuesday, nro, aninnE othora. Iho rolo of tho siar, as a modeler (n city, who aleo ciouUs aovcral human tlvfis: tho romnnLIc almospliccr of ton Square, Xcw York; a trap (n aj r.czr its city; a serf's- 1 dona? marrfer trial and a- dramatic; confcsslou, etc. Miss Uennctt 1? declared to have been supplied 1n prodnclion wth, one of thp BtrOiigeaL roles ehe baa r had and. her innumortb'a Para- moup', will find that BTia Is r highly 'cfrectSve ID" tha tense Gllu.i- llons which coll upon her for Tilslrlonlc i work of no moan order. J'erhapa iho most Iraluro, IB the Boht-mLin almosphcro o( (hi I I-atln quarter of MnnljcilUm, ftnrt Mtaai llcnnelt's FupporL la oicaUtDt. PEACE EDITION OF "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" AT COLONfAL 3OON A Play of Youth and Love and Summertime with the New York Company EOc, peace produrllo'n of ihe new edition of "Hearts of the COLONIAL Great Week Cud Show Tonight Only (Sat'day) OLIVE TELi In tht Universal Special Attraction "THE TRAP" From Ihc ClrcR- Vfcttnn S lory lile'iirrl IJardlrs, "EUWO, THE MIGHTY" SPECIAL COMEW.S ORCHESTHA' Adulll.................... 25c Children lOo MONDAY TUESDAY BIG ALL-COMEDY SHOW Special Headline Attraction AL BARNES and COMPANY Comedy Magicians and in in Elabor- ately Staged Act. R1CHEY and RENARD Parjitan In Their Ludicrous Kunior- "The Melanger boy and the Actreu." EXTRA ADDED PHOTOPLAY ATTRACTION' Wiltiaca Foi Presents PEGGY HYLAND In lhe Great Scottish Classic "BONNIE ANNIE LAURIE" A Tale of Scottish Love ami Patriotism. One of iho finest cinema, achievements ot Ihe year- HAMILTON WALTON Character Comedian and Clever Mimic. In a Sensational Singing Act, Comedy Riot "A VILLAGE VENU3" With Bdilh Roberta and tho CENTURY GIRLS CHARLIE BERESFGRD anrt His SIX JAZZ FIENDS 1 Popular Prices: Adults...........50c Children...........25c Three Shows at Nights ot and p.m, School Chlldrea's JlaUnce alter GChool Tuesday at Reduced prices for the youngsters, 10 3 Days Starting Next Dec. 3 Special Matinee Daily at 2.30. Evening Performances Commencing Sharp-at 7.00 and p.m. FIRST TIME HERE of the entirely hew Peace Edition of David W. Griffith's Supreme Achievement "THE SWEETEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD" _ Accompanied by Specially Augmented Symphony Orchestra. Original Maskal Score, WITH A CAST OF THE SCREEN'S TpREMOST STAI1S, INCLUDING LILLIAN. GISH, DOROTHY GlfiH, ROBERT HARRON, LIHLE BEN AIJXAND- ER, GEORGE SEIGMANN, ROBERT ANDERSON AND A SUPPORTING COMPANY OF OVER TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE. 18 MONTHS IN THE MAKING THE WORLD'S MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE NO BATTLE SCENES Direct From a Record Breaking Engagemant at the Geo, M. Cohan Theatre, N.T< Children ZSe POSITIVELY NO SEATS RESERVED AT THESE PRICES UNLESS PERSONAL APPLICATION IS MADE AT COLONIAL OFFICE FOH SEAT RESERVATIONS IN BLOCKS OF TEN OR MORE. ;