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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1019 THE IIKIUI.D. PAC.E FIVE MARKETS Onla LlTMtork Oct. Oils closed 3-1o towi-r for October delivery; 5-Sn loivcr for DelciuLcr i.i'.d 3Sc lower lor May JUrlui- 1 I.J'.' lower for October. K1 lower for December and l-Zc for May. Klax 7c lower for October. 4t: louer for Xovember. fo lower for December and Sc linger for May. Winnipeg Markets Ociober December May JUIU.EV October December Hay October Open. 13SV1 125W 12714 428 CJosc. SOT4 nu. S05t 135 121} 20 There wora "S5 cattle In H through billing and 1S1 heart o[ anil Ihroo cars of horsca were I illed to New Jnrscy en route to Uel- lum. Thcro arc 42 cars of slock In AT TUP MA1R1TIC IlIoT.'Jean DB Brljc. Elglc Bowcn, Al 1111, .MA-JbKlU.. anj Il.own, Harry Cowlcy. Estelle Maxon. arc now EcllinK al Armsirous, cr vvjln a AT STARUAND an'l ilaivorlhN Jewrlry store for Jobnt latest niuj'cal comedy Ifihl for today. Choice oulchcr catllo fia ]ler 30.. tborln. lo slrone wilt other grades j ,vhlcl COMes to MajMllc Tneairo bout even with Monday's doao. lloj' light al unchanged quotations. 'ihccu and lambs steady with friday and Bdlurd'Av neil vi'iltv'i a special matinee 011 Saturday after-; cn'y noon, all those who have not yet all thai is required to satisfy aoy aud- leuce 09 Song as ti'.o film runs." cays one crit c, "and it Is a matter ot cbolce nt, n, ;meuej orchtulra. as 10 whether or uot you iiced UIB sit- itd-'-1 jhlt in hi3 latest inciure. "A Siioniae Chance" at Star-land last This is" one of Ihe lines! mystery dramas !N "ON THE have the cily (or Cyclonic, dynamic, ciuteranl a newspaper reporter who VValsa is coming lo the J.olonul js Ja )ove hor_ tul WALSH AT COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The picture wilh a girl who has in her own right an entire street some time. The story keeps you 01: thn eJse of thi seal through [fie en- y tire piciure, ntejle'i to s.'v there IB plenty or action of the'kind .'.LI Mr. excels In. UNTHRASHED OAT lets chrap, carriage paid to your town. Lots of oats, green, tender straw and well cured Ideal feed for cows and young sleek. Pptlsrson- Bell Hay Grain next door to Telegraph office and above the Union Bank. Phone 1563. 2CO 6 LAST TIMES TONIGHT YYM. RUSSELL In Ihe Great Mystery Storr 'A SPORTING CHANCE' This picture keep you gues- sing TEpbl up lo Ine finish of the last reel. "SWAT THE CROOK" A Comedy featuring Harold and "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Episode Xino Adult, 2Sc Children 10: and will be offerej al reduced and December........ -103U 400 Oi-lobcr............ 13C? Cash Prices OATS- NO. 2 C.W... SOT4 No. 3 C.W...WT4 Kiln No. 1 feed 771 No. I feed.. 757s No. 2 feej.. 735i No. 3 C.W..'.135ii No. I C.W...130 Track ......................1351i No. I N'. W. No. 2 C.W...422 No. 3 C.W...39G Track i.'.....................11G Culgjry Livestock CALGARY. Oct. was a email ruu ot cattle al Urn slocl; yards today wllli a number of really KCCC! heef steers and" cows on sale, -wuich figures forresnonding to Ihc I icriaiuing any audience. Many varlel (tualiCy.. Two loads of 1.200 [lound les of musical iiislrumenls are played by 'Ihc again the Is "put uver" with ample comedy. Eddie Polo made his rc-appcarance en the screen In tbo first of Ihe ''Cy- done Sinilli" stories entitled "A Pris- oner for anil screen comedy l-aiore was furnished in "The Spoiled Nas." au I.-KO comedy rlol. A word of praise is due Charles neresford DerEea open popular price, order ,o avail every- ichrMude lo every square body to Ejtacc lhan Dtiy1 they i IL- (heir singing Aet, in which sing a number of popular and Lennon, sUrta laighs -'how cf NcV York DOROTHY GISH HAS n his clover character sketch. Ilerl' de Ureisac's ha? lo do Is an adept at facial makeup and ex- wl111 Flo-Flo. :hs 'shapely corset presston, and kept Ihe audienco 'last model; Angelina Stokes, who loves a night In good humor with his peculiar tram Oslikcsh. thoupii she is he- way of lelllng peculiar elorles. llo Irlcked Into a loveless SILKS a couplovof tones In comical "'llh a bogus CourJ; tha style, and reelstera a blr hit on Iho proprietors of the cicluslvc Uridciilcr current picture nlilch program. Moshe DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN "I'LL GET HIM Alter Ihe produclion ot a Mraiglil jrami and a inelo-draina. Dorothy j marriage Uish has figaiu roturne'l to Ihc. fiitlil of uliiquitousipurc comedy. In "Til Get Him Yet." j vc Bridejlier current picture wliteh will be' and Simpson and Ibo' shown al Slarland Wednesday and An acl with a spectacular touch Pinky anil Aloysius. who Im-iThursday tbera will be no difficulty II conies next on tbo bill, vriUi tbe ap. I urarauco of Rainbow Lilly and JIo- liairk who offer a distinct novelty In their Indian singing act. Tbelr make- up is perfect, and their costuming elaborate. A special scenic drop sets tho act off nicely, which. Is livened up with plenty of comedy. Uoar3 of laughter greeted Ihe Frletl- lander llrolhers in their musical act. Tho blackface comedian o[ 'Hie- (luo n real comeulan ivell capable ol en- bue the play wilh a Sherlock Holmes ion the part of the audience to work atmosphere. I out the problems'of the play. Numbered In the well-balanced east "It's glEBlcs wo says Hiss of nroailway tavorlles arc .MIssiGish, but-In Ihe previews tho giggles and Dorothy, Gish. aie Great ATTRACTION Rhoda Nltrkells, Jack Norton, Harneyl grew to roars Ward, Billy Collins. Paula "Situations steers were sold al {11.25. on load al ill anil iinolher a'. 510.25. Twelve cx- Ira cows from Cremona made 59.50- Second qualily bent whether sleers or mflilo yesterday's figures. Steers. J7 lo SS.75 and cows. fC to S7.50; stooker liclfers, to 50.50; slockcr steers about the same; feeders. 16 bulls aroimtl Tor Ciooil ve'.il calves -S. but the majority offere'l were lov.' grade aud mido from to ?7.oO. Not many hogs were 'offered and those sold matfe ?17.23 fed and water- ed. _' Winnipeg Livestock WINN'IPKG. Oct. to- day, were cattle, 257 liogs and and his Colonial Concert Orchestra, who last night treated the audience lo some of Ibe best'orchestral music hcarJ In Lelhbrldge for maty a long day. The same program offered tohight. and on It's slicer merit, should another to Ihe Colonial lonighl. TIE-OCT, 25 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE SATURDAY D.OROTHY GISH Get Pirn "I'LL GE HIM YET" thnn she wag in "Dc-ola" Sho wal low- ed -In" wealth. Ho loathed Ihc louch ''ot money. Tlit got busy] She liad lo run away with her father's -whole engines, Irack3, Bntl cvery- do R bul, by crack! Sec il! FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "CAMPING OUT" COLONIAL HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VflUDmilE TONIGHT TIME A Glittering Gorgeous Galnering of Golden Gowns aud Alluring Lln2CrIe, Dainty and Attractive.-- JOHN CORT PRESENTS SUCC15S WED.-THURS. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE ELECTRIC DYNAMO OF THE SCREEN GEORGE WALSH PROGRAMME VTHE SPOTTED NAG" Filrhuslcal Comedy Bergen Bergen Vaudeville's Classiest and Dancing Act PERFECT AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA SEAT SALE OPEN WENESDAY, OCTpBER 22 AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'9 JEWELRY STORE pDTfL'C. Nights...... riuico. Sat MAIL ORDERS NOW KNOCK-OUT PUNCHES "ON JUMP" IN Actual-Lloiving up of sub- marine. Modern Paul Reverc's sea. salional ride. ScniaLional scaling ot wall ot 20-slorej-. building. D GBP crate fifibL ou board a Echnoncr ID ivhicli niaslef spy la cajiturcd. Battle between armed yacht and George record swim. making IN THE BIGGEST "STUNT" PICTURE OF THE DAY "ON THE JUMP" IT WILL KEEP vYQU "ON THE JUMP" ALL THROUGH. MORE THRILLS THAN YOU EVER SAW BEFORE A story of Speed and Pep that lias never been equalled. 25c ALL SEATS COLONIAL WEO.THURS. 25c ALL SEATS Herbert 'Btrl' Lennon Protean Character Actor, in H "Fifteen Minutes of Rainbow, Lilly and Mohawk 20lh .Century. Indians In Iho Season's Biggest Novelty Act. Friedlander Bros. Comcdlar.G In Iheir Corae'dy Musical Norclly. EDDIE POLO IM "A PRISONER FOR LIFE" The First of tho "Cjclono Kmitli" 1'lays "There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to Omilled, ail the voyage of their life, Is bound In shallows and In lit School Classes DO YOU WISH TO ENROLL? "Speak now, or foi'ever hold your fieace." NORMAN F. BLACK, D.Paed., SUPERINTENDENT, CENTRAL SCHOOL EMPRESS TODAY, TUESDAY COME EARLY! PEOPLE WERE LAST NIGHT. THE GREATEST PICTURE SENSATION OF ALL TIME COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA In Uivto.llic-MJriule >Iusical Selections: Orerlure "Slarch Egmonl.1' Bill "Can You Tame Wild PRICES: Adulti Kc Children 25c Ffnt.ShoV 7 to 9 p.fn, Second ShoW 9. to 11 p.m. DIP YOUR CATTLE t Your stock will will also help to stamp out this great menace to cattle breeding in Alberta. We will lie dipping'on trie 23rd, 24th and 25th of '.October. Make arrangements now. G. 0. KERR .RURAL 1008 THE PICTURE WITH A SIGH, A TEAR AND A LAUGH. V UNRESERVED liveStockaliiiplenients TOGETHER WITH COMPLETE LINE OF HOUSE- HOLD EFFECTS Of CHARLES rj. POWLETT COWLEY ONE AND A HALF MILES FROM STATION Oil Friday, Oct. 2tth EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLP AS. THE' OWNER 13 GIVING UP FARMING' SALE STARTS AT II A.M. FREE CUNCH AT NOON .A.- i YOU WILL LAUGH OVER CRY OVER SIGH OVER RAVE OVER Direct from 18 weeks Grand Theatre Toronto YOU WILL S NEVER, .NEVER FORGET THE WHOLE WORLD HAS GONE CRAZY OVER "MICKEY" TWO SHOWS AND 9.00 O'CLOCK Admission: Adirts 50c, Children 25c ;