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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919 PAGE FJVK MARKETS and Opening W1NK1PEO, Oct. cloioa Mo to htjhor; barley 3c to 5 6-8c higher; Jlai 13 lo b higher End rye- 3 l-2o Wlnnlptg Market! Open. Close. October.......... 83W ttece-mber 18W fSTi Ul.y...... October.......... December........ 13QVi FLO-FLU DISPELS ZEROMHERiSEE mil U a delightful vauJevUl9 ooneoc- manent raJue. jBlie made' her October XoTomber December llav -112 132% 133% 435 412 Cuh Prlcoe No. 2 O.W.-- it No. C.W... SI Ultra N'o. 1 lead Ko 1 feed.. 73 Track SI No. 2 feed.. IS No 3 C.W...U3'4 No. 4 C.W...137K Food Track FLAX-' Xo. 1 S.W.C Xo. 2 Condemned Ko. 2 O.W Winnipeg Livestock WINTflPEG, Oct. Dominion llTeslock Receipts at Ihe No. S C.W...40S Frilly Frills at Majealic OrTer- ing.Will Stir Event ho Cold- Blooded U might hare beoa fifteen below rero elsewhere lut was, Dcrt not In the Majeatlc. Flo- Flo via (bore. Which probably ei- plalns It. Ought to SDTWIT. It couldn't hare been so tery cold, for nary fl lion. June Caprice will bo'seen In. her latest photoplay iUcooBa, "Tho Heart ol tt haad ol tha photo- ploy program, which will also bo aujs- mentad with a good scroon eomwJy and topical weekly. Charllb Heivsford and hU "Ilannouy HOTS" will offer a new orchestral con- cert kind orchestral nccompanJ- meat through the vaudeville acts. A will be given on Monday und Tuesday at 2.30. and the night performances will start ebarp at 7 and 9 p.m. debut In. tits t la a pjollon. Terslor. of ia'd iho later resumed her trork on the apeaklai ilago and ap- peared In' "Cejtlon "The Ureit NaeuioTa" then bagaa her Mlabraled "neTelallou" 'Toys ot "Bye For Hye" "Oul ol the and lier neweit production. "The lied Lin- which excels In power and beauty and elaboration her prsTloul LABOR CONFERENCE MAY END TONIOHT AT THE MAJESTIC I Girls and gaiety will share honors oiually in Iho big Hugh production. YourseU al which will bo tbe neat attraction at Iho Majeal'.c theatre ntil Wednesday aod Thurs- day. October 29 and 30. "Make Yourself at Home" is a com-1 edy with music. The book Is by" Harry' complained, and the and iho lyrlca by Karl audience -was at fQTer heal, ID Tvrolc Ihe music lor'TrclVy Mrs.' WA8HINQTON. Oct. medliU dlwolvtlon of the public rem lining of the national Induitrltl confer- propotfd In a recom- mend ttl on of the committee of five which will be nude In the group afternoon. Should the recommendation be adopted, the conference would end ton10ht. cold snap. John CorL'a Flo-Flo was tbe offering Trttch lilted ihe llil of tbo musical comedy jeaaon. Flo-Flo and her beauty chorus camo all tbe way from New York to lilt It, and Judging from the general approval which greeted the display It wia done to etcrvbody's aiHsfactlou. Frilly lingerie la Iho silken thread that holds tho plot, locolhcr. ID addition U makes delightful scenery. perhaps, but in thli day end age the froufrou a luff la. taken vary much as a matter of course and doesn't seem to bo hastening (ho mil- lennium any. On Iho Teddy Dear, let Joy be unconfmcd! Tho dancing la original. Hrery- thins Vhat AVBA -well dono Teas only lo bo hurlosquod a few moments later Mudd and Plot, as played by Charles Brown and Raymond MBIOTI. There is a vent'dcc'iJcd railing olt in One Is short, the other Is long. They receipts for loilay as there are only 20 both ihince, and do It well, cars In sight to arrive. Their dancing Is amonp the hest In Lho chow. The whole cast tlanco, which Is far more graceful than Ha naino may lead you lo Imag- ine. They dance an Egyptian rtin.cc TV 1th the drumming of torn toms, like they used to do during Iho warm evenings on the Nile sonic years ago And they wear warm-evenlng-NIle coslumca. Miss Elgle Drown danced wllh. realistic effect nnd graceful un dulalions, bewitching her lover, afire wllh all the CAMilllun fervor of a Spaniard, If that's what a Spanish lover should bo fired wllb. There's no need to tell Ihe plot. It 15 abou Angelina Stokes, who has a. molhDi who ihlnks her Angelina would lool just too sweet for anything as nils trcsa of the alleged ancestral castle In Spain oC Count Piidro dl Sccjullla, who already owes more than he seem Union Stockyards tills morning were :.006 ottlo. 315 hogs ami sheep. Tcero van 1.0S1 on through billing "nd 36 ca" Blocl: rcmaln- 'IDC unloaded -which will bs Included with tho receipts over tfca neek-eiid. On Friday the purchases by local E ackers were 935 cattle, 24S calves, ogs and 1.137 sheep. There were 277 calllo shipped cast. 650 callle and 53 calves to South St. 1'aul. and 244 cattle aud 120 calves lo Chicago. Trading Saturday morning was Blow, but prices were generally steady for jtood nuallly Bluff and tv.'O line steers iverag'ne 1.2SO pounds shipped from Ealtcoats, Sask., sold for -Tho hog market was again unset- tled; buyers only bidding E16.00 for relecls, Ted and v.-atcred, a drop ol Jl.OD trom the close on Friday night. Sheep and lamb receipts were lib- tral, with E'.cady. New York SlocVj YORK, Ocl. Closing sales: "So "Canary j ollage" and "Tho 1-ovo Mill." He- I Ldts above mentioned procluc- 1 ons, Mr. Carroll la the composer ot jat world-renowucJ hit, "Isli; mour." which was whielleil and ummeU from ono end of tho globii to 10 other. Tilt book of "Make Yourself al ionic" has the advantage ot a ilec'ded nd entertaining plot and it has proven i big laugh show at every perform-1 nee. Special attention was pnld to the election ol Ibe fhorus; the outcome most astonishing. The cast Includes Echustcr. Mickey Hanlcy, Dob Robinson, Veru Stanley, Grace WasioDj Amous Mur- ray and olhera. CPK United Stales Steel, United States Steel preferred, llB'. POLITICAL CORRUPTION PITI- LESSLY EXPOSED Despite all eltorls at reform "house cleansing" thai political Another Rheumatic Twinge Buy a bottle of Sloan's Liniment and ksep it handy for emergency. j V 1 only liad BO me Sloan's1 Tjinl1-' How ottfn you've paid that: And then when the rheu- matic twinge hours o! forgot it! Don't do it a bottle today tor pos- sible use toniglill A sudden at tad: mav come lumbago, sore muscles, stiff Joints, neuralgia, the pains and resulting from ci- Uiosure. You'll soon relieve U with Ihe liniment that penetrates I without rubbing. I 38 years' leadership. Clean, econom- leal. Three lOc, j (Made ID Canada.) Star of "The Rod Larviern" Ka-> Un broken Record of Siage and Screen Successes. KazinioTa, slar of the sensational acrcen version of Edith Wherry's 'The Red which comes lo the Empress theatre, for a three days' f recognized as ono of o[ engagement Iho most Olglingulslied aclres es Ihe asc. She vru horn In Crimea, in a lowi. on the shore o! Ringworm-- Scalp Sores If you want speedy help Iry the D. D..TX Prescription. So easy lo the Black- Sea, hut as a child Uk- and Au- slablca sllll In ccrlaln ECC- tlona Is the thesis upon which. Is Ijased "Tho Iho first o( the Fm'nliv Keennn Produc- Uons, which haf hern Eocured ny Slarlanj (or bhowiae Monday Tuesday. "The Maslcr Man" Is a story of no- lltlcal Hie, ol the "powers Iwhlnd the ot grafters, Tvarcl-hcelera, bosses, antl all tho other unhealthy concomitants Inseparaolo front corrupt politics. Mr. .Kcenan plays the part ot tho Slnto altoracjECneral, a mas- ter-hand political scheming, whose entire Erart-bullt edlnce tumhlca to the ground when there onlcrs Into his llfo tho ran call. en and bend that will of Iron a Troman. en to Switzerland, and in Geneva was i inBlnictcd In the violin. At twelve i. _____________________............. ,she returned lo Russia, and made her willing to.pay to the pretty first public appearancE by playing Carmen CaTassa, Angelina has n poor I violin solo aL a Christmas conceit (L I opinion of counts In general, and this her native town. Sho then went lo ono ,n particular. She naa her heart Odessa to continiift her violin studies, i set on Billy Cope, frnm Oshhoab, ft but took the dramalic course instead, j not grea y or messy. It washes Inlo j the scalp and the relict Is instant. Try j fl today on our D. Hig-! Inbotham Co., Ltd., druggists.- -Ac" nice hoy at lhat, who decides would like to he selling lingerie well us doing anylhlng. Hut you.don't have lo be told any he 1 Hr-r first stage experience was under as the direction of the great Stunislaw-. Eky, at the Arliitlo Theatre, Moscow.'. As leading woman o[ a Russian stock, companr, she played i.carly 200 parti j more of Ihe plot of Flo Flo. Suppose you did road n column about tho plot, you'd forget It all whe'n you heard Bob, Simpson'arid Issy Moser trying to be Kenllemanly at Iho wending oi the "sh' Evcr slnce she csmo the count, whom they half ng know crook nnd doc-3 not Intend paying account ot J50.0D0.63. Issy Issy's ONTARIO LOAN OBJECTIVE TORONTO, OcL official objective lor tlio 1919 Victory Loan campaign in tl'.e province ot Ontario Amounts lo Last year 11 The canvassers' ob- jective comprises ind tho epeclal subscription objective la ?3V YOU'LL LAUGH! CORNS LIFT OFF Doesn't hurt at all and cost? only few cents never lota up on tha slity-Uireo cents. He la aa much taken up wllh tho oilfl fraction, as Angelina's moth- er is wllh her pel hound; a hlnort- Ihtraty brute about as Mg aa Lhla Good Singing There la a whole lot o! there Is BO much entertainment In this show that tho filagc Is not left with- out somelitlng doing for z mlnulo. One sonp parttculnrly seemed lo to apprec- iated. Angelina's Ringing of "Good- bjer Happy Days." Very prclllly done with pleasing scenic toucLca. Tho vrholo play la sLagcd with lAstc. 'There's a whole lot moro lo tell. but It -would take a hook. Flo-Flo la model young lartjr. Billy Colllna plays Iho part of tho boy from shfcosh. WoiLern Canada audlcDcca Trill he Interested In him, jecanse he ha'ls from Edmonton, Al hcrla, caving LTio llo direct to the theory that Alberta never produced anything but aheap, oil, Calgary and stampedes. And so on nil the way clown the Una. Thera Isn't a weak spot in, the whole cast, and the coa- fall. Altogether It IB ono of the neatest attractions It has crer been Lothhrldge's opportunity to Trltnqsi. Ho-Flo apptirs at the Majecllc to- night for tho Init In1 a wide variety of productions. Since coming to America, Xazlmora hna played hoth in Russian aud Eng- lish. Ever since she came la the English speaking stage her career has i been an unbroken record ui In Isben's "A Doll's "HeJda Gahler" ni.d "little tJyolt" she won tho highest laurels. She then turned to comedy and In "The Countess Co-1 made an cn.aa.lly Im- pression. Dep.irtins from her European TCII- ctolre, she starred in "Hclla Turning to she- attained great popularity in "War tho only play based OL. the great TVST, which 3i conceded to ho ol per- -MAJESTIC- TONIGHT AT 8: 30 Tbc Dcsl Muslcnl Goincdy in Years Flo-Flo And Her "Perfect 36" Chorus. Augmented Orchestra Prices S2.00; 51.50, 51.00, 75c, 50c HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY LOOKS OOOD Magic! Just drop a lillla Frecione on that touchy corn, in- mlly it slops aching, then you lift the corn off with tho fingers.. Try Frcczone! Your dniefilsl sells liny tollle for a low cents, sufficient lo rid your feel of every hard corn, eofl com, or bclweon (he loer, and calluccj, wllhoul ono parllclc of soreness or Krcezono Is Iho discovery of R nolwl Cincinnati penlnc at the mallnea on nflernoon at the Colonel theatre, nn- olher big new Hippodrome circuit vaudeTllJe show Trill be nUjeri. Four now acti nnd an excellent photoplay program Accompanied by the Colonial Concert Orchestra the bill usual. the hill- will lie Adams and' Durllno, a team of acrobatic comedians whose every more Is com crty, Thoy offer ir, their act a new line of material seldom seen In vnudcvlllB will prove to bo a worthy headline allrctctlou. They ityla their net, "Comedy Bits of Vnudc- VllIsJ." Triila Taylor, "the girl with the will como nert on tho hill In her nFfly singing, dancing and talking act. Trlxle Is known S3 the Mary' FlcVford of Taiiderlllc and'In her net la for many DCW and orig- in hi Ideag. Comedy galore ba fnrntsheJ by the "Dltck N'cshlt and King, colored comedian, -who offer their riot of dancing and comedy Ring- log. Colored comedians are always an kcceptable offering on a vaudeville bill providing (heir work la of a good elindftrd. la N'esnlt end King. Colon- ial rialrons will find one of the clever- est colored acts ever seen here. "Two Olrls nnd a Piano'' might bo the sub title given Ihe del presented by Irrna and Hamola, two Jalnly maids who sing hnnnoplouBly, dance flttrac- lively, And plfty delFghtfully. Kids" Is IrmR and Kamola's act, and It Is Irlmlul p( novcKJCE -EMPRESS- ONLY The Sorter's Newest Favorite BERT LYTELL "THE SPENDER" From F, 0. Bartlett'e Famous Saturday Evening Post Story. PEARL WHITE In "FALSELY ACCUSED" SMILING BILLY MASON in Screaming Christie Comedy LATEST PATHE NEWS HERE MONDAY WM. S. HART "RIDDLE GAWN" LAST TIMES TONIGHT LOUISE HUFF "THE SEA WAIF" ALSO "When Love Was Blind" A Two-Reel Riot ol Fun, aul "Topics of the Day" MONDAY AND TUESDAY FRANK KEENAN "THE MASTER MAN" ALSO HAROLD LLOYD "Off the Trolley" Comedy Screnni, nnrt "The Tiger's Trail" Ten. Adults 25c Children lOc y Llke astounding str by uggle in SdithfWfoerry's Starting on TUESDAY NEXT at the..... COLONIAL- CIRCUIT ANOTHER BIG SHOW H -fc i r- JU ADAMS and BURTINO ACROBATIC. COMEDIANS IN "COMEDY BITS OF VAUDEVILLE" "THE BLACK DIAMONDS" NESBIT and KING COLORED COMEDIANS IN A RIOT OF COMEDY AND DANCING. CONCERT SOLOISTS MATINEE DAILY AT 2.30 Show 7 to 9; Second Show 9 to 11 AdulU 60c Children 25c TR1XIE TAYLOR "THE GIRL WITH THE CURLS" IN SONGS, DANCES AND STORIES. IRMA RAMOLA "TWO GIRLS AND A ACT BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL PHOTOPLAY FEATURE ATTRACTION June Caprice in 'The Heart o{ Romance' A MAGNIFICENT' S-ACT SUPERFEATURE SCREEN COMEDIES MAJESTIC Prices: SOc, 75c, and GEATS ON SALE NOW AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'3 Wednesday, Oct. 23 Just Laughs Jolly Tunes Pretty Girls A Real Show and The Frisco Trio MILTON SCHUS-TER PRESENTS The Big Singing and Dane- Riot of Color and 'a Dream of Just One Big Thing Alter Another." Make Yourself At Home BOOK BY EARL CARROLL, AUTHOR OF "90 LONG ;