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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1919 LIC DAILY PAGE e'jila of caUlo over tho weekend eh urged- and parted from Angelina. brought the Lola) up "on Monday to callk'j 417 liogd and 357 falls for ibc wllta.ol Klo-Flo. beautiful'ami1 shapely model uf with head ol catile on through I Ilr'do Shop. Angelina discovers Uiem billing for Tcrocito and South SI. I'auL I In each other's arms and Is broken- i addition to (he above total, 42 cars j hearted. HuL her llie false i Claimed lly Employees Thai 73 Cent. Output is Ueing Secured TEbltfTCReefc in the Gits Cburcbee CHICAGO, Oct. the be- ginning of the fifth iveelv of lho steel ilriko in llio Cblujgo dislrii-l lodav jiractkally all tin1 mills vrtre oiiorai- with about "to ner tiMil. ot their labo'r force. Qulel prcvailuJ IhrmTehciuL tho district. At Indian" Harbor. Ind.. the Stand- nrd Kcrging company, with 300 men. DiJerAt'.ousv, had lieiMi; halted since Kenl. 22. .Squads oft Wednesday evening al Jiidian-1 mil it in in on patrolled every j lllblc class wJl block of the dly. I Regular choir Knox church Monday afternoon at 1.15 -o'clock llic Senior Mission DanJ mcGU. ivlien llic girls will be iid 7.31) o'clock meet. of Mill olli'jiais at Gary. Ind.. reported 'Col. PrlDEle will Imvc charge lhal. nol Uiaii 3.000 r.nMers rp- '.liuili services nest Sunday, maiucd out and that nut more than SQO (rum 7.IS to K of Itu-se will Lo Uken bach, even if 'o'clock the Camp Fire Girjs will meet Uic-y slioulJ for work. .The in tliolr separate Lamps In Wesley slrikere, it Is aro being Ukun. hell. tack us new employees. The mills. ii t Wednesday at 3 a very special i.-i sahl. will routing to operate with mcetlns or the I.atltea1 Aid is called a limited pending the Kvory cl ins cliurch urged lo foxiiiilclioii of the re-organization be present. plans. I .Friday, S p.m., weekly choir prac A rtueagu ranUiti expressed" the t oniuioti.lliat fully 75 jier cent, of Iho j ln keeping tlie Dominion-wide slrilwrs in Ihc south Chicago district i Inier-cliurch campaign, meetings wll IILIV'O returned to work. The Wiscon- llc VVcsIuy t-hureii every stii Steel company announced thai Urn wtck, excepting Saturday SCO ol its 2.200 men had returned: will he addressed ns follows: The Illinois Steel company a. Monday cveb'ng (Out. nciilil, Hev. K notice loday tlul men who Vail to Hortgins. tt.V, or the L'mted church turn before Wednesday will not I.ethbrldgc. will speak. taken bacK Two Inintfrod negrnfla did Tuo-.lay evening (Oct. Her not report for work al lie Illinois Cant. A. II Penpon, R.A., B.D., works today following the act-on of cliurcff, will liave charge. the comiwny Saturday Wednesday, Thursday and Frlda> the- negro and while CM- j evcnlnga (Oct. -'I'ml, 23rd and 24Lh) la'n ilcimrluiciiLfi. Ilhe Ilov- C- A- ot lhe Labor i-Uicfs continue to deny Ihul claims ol the mill official were Iruc. Gary Adnmanl WASHINGTON, Oct. Ing hi3 refusal lo negotiate with rep of labor unions nol cm tral Methodist church, Calgary, is peeled lo aildresa meetings. TlifcEu meetings arc open to Hi public anrl ar.voiie inUrc-aied is curd Id 1 V inv'led. at 7.30 th In Ihe plants of tho i.. _ _..__ FI the slccl mills of tbe CJhirago tilslrict Jiavc improved to such an cxtenl that loilay. the bccinuhie of Hie fiftli week of Iho strike, production -was on a. liasla oj T5 por.cout, of ugrmal. ficcord- iiig to company olTicials. TJjMon offlciala. while admlttini; that partial operation, satd their 'imports praclkally all ol tnc plants were" in showed that inexperienced workers were nltcmpllng unsncceasfnlly -16 fill the places 61 the vcler.ins of thq; In- diiEtry who remain on strike. Few Go Back _ YOUXGSTOWN, Ohio, Oct. With exception of Ih6 Dessomcr ilcpnrimcnt of thn Ohio ivqrks or llic Steel company 7nill5 ptarteil this in the Jla- vaUoy. Comparativelr few additional workers entered the-mills, according lo observers. Because an cijjlil-ycar-oM boy- was annoying her, a woman al Datro't Iriejl Iv longue Let some into 'his eyes. She was fined nt S p.m. th School Workers' Conference wi be held at llic home ot Ilov. and Mr O. h. St. S. Wednesday al U.30 p.m.' n" join meeting of the TV .M.S. and the Ladle Aid will be ticld'al the homo of Mr Curtis, 612.7th Si'. S. "Wednesday. Rl S p.m., wcthly prayer Lo one of Ihe br ght spots on the bill. Closing Ihe show will come the Frledlandpr Brothers, a really tunny lavish expenditure that Ihe fashion Jiiarriace with Hid Count, Shortly which there are the perfidy of the Count Is dis-. palr of musical comedians who will I a revue. Iho play alone would ho sutliucnl for present- Iheir comedy musical revue, j 1 hey offer a repertoire of musli-al slock arc now be'ug Couct Is not to be, lor he is uninasfc-i numbers on scores of musical iuslru- blch aro nol Included In today's rc- elpts. TJicre are Si additional cars T stock In sight lor today, lately head of callle are 0" the isrXet for today's trading. The market opened tills morning In ue ivlUi condii'oiis prevailing- over 16 week-end aud trad ins vras Blow Hie market a shade easier. Choke tellers are selling strong wilh fair o slock steady. A llbc-ml supply ol hogs are self- IB steady "at J19.QO, selects, led and aiered. Hlieou alul latuljs aro about steady Saturday's tlose. No cliaiific in tuoiations. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, Oct. (Dominion livestock C'aitle recelpls, .300, i-oiLaisliiie largely of medium iid common cattle. Heavy beef 512 to J12.5D; etcher steers, clioEceyJll to ooJ. 510 la J10.75; medium, ?7.iO to :9; coDitRon, to IS; butHjCr hcif- irs, choice1, to medium, JS o ?9; common. JuriiU to J7; butcher oivs .choice, to J10.25; 17 lo iS.50. Calves, rcceipls, 600; icavy calves ivere" in slow demand; hoicc, ?1S to 520; medium, J15 to common, ?9 to J12; milk cows, choice, 1140 lo choice, lo Sliecp. receipts, G.500; lambs were -lightly easier '.vHli lop quality sell- :ng 50 cents below lasl week's close. Ewes. to lamus, 513.50 lloge, receipts. The martfit was higher lor today's offerings wilh selects al Teil and waliyed basis. Heavies, fLS.50; sows, to 5IG.50. cd and Ultly and Angelina are reunited menu orlgiaated by thcmjlevoj. of I'inky and'edy and good music are predom.iiani Ih rough Holmes aud The reserved seaiy salt opens at Armstrong and lUworth'd jewellery store on Wednesday nen. Mall orders are now belnp 'received by Manager i at ihe Majestic theatre. Krilzl I oat urea of their act, which will prove lo he a real luugli EC Her. Eddio Polo in "A Prisoner For Life1' will head the plclurd bill, lo which will lie added "The Spotted N'ag" a rollicking comedy, auJ several oilier feaiurej- The Colonial Concert orch- estra will a ntw musical pro- graoi; In tending patrons are advised lo tnake early aLteadaucc al (he iheu- FRITZI" PLAYS WITH "BILL1 Brunttlt1. lhc inidnighl-tyed ire az last. Monday night tiable lock. ueauly'who Is William Hus'-eira lead- dreds were unable to gain admission ,ug Udy in bis latest picture, "A alter eight o'clo which Is billed for Kiarland tonight and tomorrow. Bays she is, only Just 10 live down lhc illcknauic ol corgi a uncoulu label was pasted upon' bcr when she GFTAIN STOCKS KOIIT WILLIAM, Ont., Oct. The following statement o[ Blocks hi entered I'ii-iuro- id, years ago. ol i AT THE MAJJgTIC. Vlo-flo, John Cort's inusicftl fomedy sensation, wblch will bo tbe attraclloii at the Mujeetic Theatre for two nights sUrting next Friday. Ooi. 24lh, with a .road dialed that folks who aro burn specla, mathlec 01I Saturday afternoon sctlitlg o( lho onlv tt 25" ,nd educated in Savatisml .Rurally, since then she has dally association with huirtiy bv Mr_ CorL vlth such Is a. Ilustoiilan of the Bos-j s__________ virtually ehuihiaK J lho J -yall" from her vocabulary. I .Miss Durnelle's beauty is as dusky as her Burname Implies, and ID her role of Bonheur." lhe only figuring in the casl of "A Sporting i-i said'-to be more exquisitoly charming than ever. Ojhcr.s wbo have proimneiu roles Include Ueorge Ferlolat. Harvey (Mark, J. Farrell Mac-Donald, Hill and Perry Uftiiks. Henry King di- rected "A Sporting Chance" and Stephen For ivrole lhe story. It is the latest In tbe scries of William Itusseil productions. MY. Corl has equipped atlrac- tioti whh a splendid cast Tor the parts ol Flo-fio. the irresistible corset model; Angelina Stokes, Ihe American rl forced by 21 grasping moUier into loveless marriage; Dilly Cope, (ha litro, from OshKosh; and two comedy tennis, Moshcr anl Simpson, own era of the bride Shop, and Pinky and Aloyiius, Iwo young men of agile feel. (IngtTfi prove to be as nimble as llitir pedal extremilies, Tbe evolved by Fred De Ores ic centers about Ihe Uride Shop where Angelina is ordering lho trous- seau lor her wcOding to a Spanish Couul, ivhom she cinnot love. Her atfectioits center about Billy, her child- hood swcetbeart, who suddenly ar- rlvea in New York and accepls a posK tion with 'Moslicr and Simpson. Billy and Angelina, on being caught to- gethor aro separatcu by lhc lallci's stern parent, and Hilly, despairing, succucuba lo the vampirish Flo-Flo the most beautiful and. shapely of Moshcr and Simpson's mannequins. Angelina her sweetheart and Flo Flo together, becomes Jealous and determines to go through ivilli her CHERNIAVSKVS AS A TRIO AT KNOX CHURCH TONIGHT Leo, Jau' and Mlschel are Ihc sons of Abraham Cherniavsky, o hoird of roniml.isionora for today: Slocks in store Receipts..... Sliipnients, lake Hail......... OATS- In .storo lleccipts 3.522.GTS 2.05J.C20' Christian ..Science Sociely, Block, .TU Hull igrpnnd Il liir weekly Testlrhony mecllng, :-r: -i' :-Au3triEn, is being tried 'at- NT. (or the murder of 'a. German named KaschHa. Episcopal Church in the U. S. plans a national drive for in first rceek of December. store in public terminal elevators at an eminent Violinist and Conductor. Ihri heal of the lakes was given_ by per !7 years these wonderful brothers] uve traveled logethcr. giving con- ert3, through England, United "'Stales, Canada, Aus-] ralla. New Zealand, Eoulli Africa, i ndia, China, Burma, Cej-lon, elc., antl so succtssful have they been, hat return visits and even second re- um visits have been paid lo most of hese countries, thus establishing rec- ords yet. lo be surpassed by any arList. The most important quality is Sym- )athy. The players who uake up th'e trio have lo be in com- plete not only aa musicians, jut in all Ihctr. relations ivith one an- :musl be no friction or jealousy, cither, in Ihcir public or rrl- vate life. second essential qual- ty is Knscmbiy, or unity of idea and gression during-interpretation; tbts only be obtained by years ol study and practice logellier. Sympn- thy and Ensemble thus lhc most import ant, facto rt.-Sn really great Trio playiiip, it-Is esusy lo understand how tbe are what they aro today; side liv side, taught to one belongs loj each of tKeoi, playing together nol I osly-lrios'-.biiL accompanied by! caoh otJicr-'fiir Ihe last fourteen all Uiese factors joined (o their phcn-1 omeiial -najivc- talent' liavc corabinert id prpdurc these brilliant ejpon MARKETS md Hrentoci Co. his begun constructinn of n wifeless station al Buenos Argentina, ivhith is -.vperled lo ho cd lhe lorgc-st In the world. In Receipts...... Shipments, Take Rflil.......... In storo Shipments, rail' TIail In store ..3' Jlcr. einlfl Shipments, .fail 331.0S9 197.401 14 7.1 OS C3.419 None 12.S57 40.18S None 1.1SS fcalurinE Mabel Normanfl lo be "shown al the Empress TJicalro filled Vilh unexpected nations not called, for in the scenario and although this spontnnicty. brings brilliant flash into, the picture still Mabel Ncrmand admits that'.the life of a comedienne Is not all giggle and gurgle. x One- day, Tfhcn Mabel was called 'hair, during one-of. MflJESTIHCT. 2t vuverpd. Angelina's cosily trousseau i stolen, ami Flo-Flo decides to re- nounce Hilly, whom she has found docs not love her. So the lovers We together, but until Pinky and Aloyslus, aa well as Mosher and Simpson, have had aniiile ojtporlunl- ties to display (heir abilities as cccen-. trie dancers. Tlio roERfved sent sale npena Wednesday morning at Armstrong and It a worth's Jewellery store. Mail ordera may be adJresseJ to the theatre now. COIORIRL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE SATURDAY A Glittering Gorgeous Gathering of Golden Gowns and Light, Lacy, Alluring Dainty and Al tractive. JOHN CORT PPESEHTS Helnrfic4_nion omllleO Irom tbotlrsl WINNIPEG, Get; was report-] upon lo cbair, during I til the grain exchange today IhaljHie scenDs for she tht board may fimV'H hc'ccs- look a header, up, sary virtually lo. lake control oC all against one of those o'ld-fashloncd lake tonnage, bul there was no .con list of voters at Windsor nml Ihosc MnnaL'ou from any source. Today's too laic lo register bpforc I markel was weak, oala closed Trill liavn opportunity lo regislcr to- TELL THE WORLD THISWflBAHSAYS lower for October, lower lor Dc- That Lydia E. Vegetable Compound made Me a Well Woman. cumber and May. Barley closed lower for October, 140 higher for De- cember, nml %c Jilghcr Tor May. 'Flax closed 2c higher for October, higher for November, and high- er for, Dec ember, and Glfcc higher for May. Rye closed higher for Oc- tober. Winnipeg Markets Open. Close, October 83 Sl% Pinkhamfi December Angtlfis, I Auflered with female troubles for yeah, sick [moat of lho time, was not nblo lo do y own housework, I could not gct_ from doctors. w IiVtKa H. Plnk- 's ompotint] .isedin the ntwgpa- rSp and look six 111 eg, DnJ am a ell woman. You nn use my name to _ :oll Iho world lha eood your msdicine done me as L snnll It Mrs- A, L. DEVtXE, 6H St. E'Biil Avcnua, Jvos Angclcfl, Calif. Women who suffer from of weafcncsi. as Indicated by _ menla, Inflammation, ulceralion, irreg- ularities, backache, hcadftche.i, nervoua- ncsl or "Ihc do an Mrj, Pinliham'i Vepelablo Compound a thorough trial, tor ovcr forly Uih famous remedy, which contains the cur a Live, strengthening properties of pood old fashioned roots bnd herbs, has been correcting jnst Biirh ftilmcnfJ. If you have myBlcriougcomplicBlfolis write for to Lyrlla R, rinkharn o Lyilla D, UNTHMASHED OAT lots cheap, carriage paid to your town. Lots of oats, green, tender and well cured Ideal feed for cows and young stock, Patterson- Get) Grain Co., next door to Telegraph off Fee and abovo the Unfon Bank. Phone 1561 Iccetnher .1.......... 12a Jclober N'orcmber Jll T7TJ SI IIS 455 '4 nine-foot high liaH clocks avul llppp.rl t over. Jlnbcl had just time to llirow icr hands over her head when the clock camp, down on her. For several econds sho struggled and'thcn Dill butter In the Fcene, came to ]cr rescue. Tho o.nmera man, realiz- ng Llic sLufi though iiot called tor, ivas good action, filmed tlie inci- dent, and 'it has been added to the ircat number o( humorous situations in "Mickey." Rut sometimes don't .film the "unexpected." Mabel Normand, as "Mickey11 was Lo (all Lhrongh a In which, lo be effective, she ou. her .feet. .Mabel found it easy en- ough [o fall, buL landing head up was another mailer. [or one oE those" Herman she cried niter Ihe 'sleentti attempt. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT ..COLONIAL TODAY AND TUESDAY 11 -JHipnodrorno Circuit Vaudeville Hoad Show Number Two Vvlll be presented ot the Colonial. Theatre today and Tuesday, and promises' lo Leal last week's "fine bill. Four exceptionally good acts arc to ;bc. presented today and Tuesday- Bergen and Dergen, vamleyille's classfesl sinpilfg acl will open tbe show. The girls have splendid voices, and sing tho classical and popular sue-, giving the audfcnce a remark-11 able contrast. The Eirls arc very ver- satile and will amuse Ilia auutenco in firic-slyle.' "Deri" Lcnnpn, tbe clever cinracler .aclor will present his or- Iglnal conception which lie calls "Fifteen -Minutes of Characters." Ho makes ap in front ot lho audience and impersonates' many [amous men ot Ihe day. He has a good.line of new stories nnd songs, and makes many- quick changes Irotn 'one type to, lho j other. Rainbow, Lilly arid "Mohawk alylei themselves the "20tli Century In-' dians." Theiracl is replete ivith novellies, rirh clever danc- ns, and some very fine singing. act is V big novelty and will KYB October Caih Prrcti OATS- NO, 2 SIS No- 3 C.W... No. 1 Kccfl.............. No. 1 Kced.. 76% No. 2 Feed.. Track........................ No. 3 No. 1 Uejcclcfl Track N'o. I'NAV.O. No, 2 CAV... No. n CAV.-.403 Condemned, Track .....'....................450 Now York SlocksS XKW YOIIK, Oct. Mr-CloHfiiK SHlcs: C.P.R., lnd'4: United Slatca Steel, i; L'nllcd Slntcs Sled preferred, Calgary Livestock -CALOAJir, Oct. cleati- i of Ihc cattle ed up a In Ihe stockyards and less than 400 head came In.over Sunday. About. 250 crossed the scales hy noon (oitay and prices about the eamg BS Satur- day., lies! hnlchcr sic erg marie }3.29 to ,commou butchers bringing from up... .bnlcher cows. to common cows, fo. J7.2S; bulrlicv hclicvs, J1.50 f John CorL is hringnig Flo-Plo, hi.s niitslcnl coinwly nil. (o r.pcn a I t.Vr >i2jccllc. Jlicntro Friday, Oct. 2Uli. for n li in I ltd I cngagcnient of Lu'o nlglitF and special I matinee Wllh ils "pcrfccl 3G1' coni- iy lllllng lyrics and mngnlf- Ictent fashion parades -of which there are has held the intcr- csl nf New York Ihcalrcgoera more firmly Hian any other musical play of Ihc year. The plot of Flo-no, which Is work of Krcd de Gressac, concerns the lovh ftlfalr of Angelina .SloXes, daugh- ter 6f n -mulch making molher, vho lo marry her only child (o an undoubtedly, but not openly, Count. 'The mother has ordered'her daughter'n trousseau ol Mosher prorrlctora 'of lhe nddb Shop, lo wTiom Angelina's sweetheart, has applied for" a position, lo SS.OO; small hcKern for Ihc block around 57.00. Dulls madi; J7.7a billchcrs; ralrcs I7.7S to fS.50 good vcalcrs; tlocker }i.2S lo slocier helfors, JCJlO 16.50. Hogs made J1S.OO off cars for selects. i Livestock W1N.VIPKO, Ocl. Heavy Immediately given him on lhe _, bwiUAlnlaiico which Ftronislil tfve young man's -There Angelina, arrives for X luting, accompanied, by the Count nnn her mother, meets htr childhood affcelhcarl. She is dfs- covercH In lhe young man's arms by her who orders Moahcr find Simpson lo discharge him Immediately. lhc young mnn, being dl TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Pathe Program Mystery! Thrills! llomancc! Wm, RUSSELL 'A righting Chance' An engrossing puzzlo about a nrlcefeafi, Jewel of a glrl-r-a 'inyutlfylng IilE'TIilcrt and Mg-hearLed hero glorfovig a that (fives an uncx- lo fl ''SWAT THE CROOK" Comedy, And "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Kpfsode NJfjC, Adults 25e Children lOc PERFECT ORCHESTRA SEAT SALE OPEN WENESDAY, OCTOBER 22 AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S JEWELRY STORE Nights......50c to 52.0X) Sat. Mat.. 51.50 MAIL ORDERS NOW Today and Tues. HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE ANOTHER GREAT BILL Friedlander Bros! Musitul pomedtouC In "A Comedy Musical Rovue" Bergen Bergen Vaudeville's Classiest SlngirjK aDil Dancing Act Fred Lennon Protean Character Actor in "15 Minutes of Characters" Rainbow, Lilly and Mohawk 20lh Century Indiana irj' the. Season's. BiEEest Nrivoll.y AC'. PHOTOPLAYS EDDIE POLO In "A PRISONER FOR LIKE'1 "THE SPOTTED NAG" Comedy TOPICAL WEEKLY! ORCHESTRA Adulla 60c' Children 25o Matinee Dally, at 2.30 First Show..... 7 to 0 Second Show 9 to 11 EMPRESS STARTING TODAY THE GREATEST PICTURE SENSATION OF ALL TIME THE A SIGH, A TEAR AND A LAUGH, YOU WILL LAUGH OVER CRY OVER SIGH OVER RAVE OVER Direct from 18 weeks. Grand Theatre Toronto YOU WILL NEVER, NEVER FORGET THE WHOLE WORLD HAS GONE CRAZY OVER "MICKEY" Admission: Adults 50c, Children 25c ;