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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1919 THE LETllBRIDGE DAILY irERALD. PACK FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLA MARKETS Grain with 3S2 head of cattle ou through Oct. was a Tory poor demand today for cash nralriG on tbo local and futures were dull and ndrrniv. October oME higher: December b tell- er; May-unchanged. October barlcjr close J ic higher: November lover; Ucccmbor lower; May lower- October liar closed >4c luwrr; Jsovcnibcr floatd lover; Defom- cIosM unrlinnjeJ, nnrt May closed Uc lower, Wlnnlpeo Markets Open. L'iose. October Wt Uccerubtr............ T9 May................ SIU WAR October HI Novtroljer HO'j HA Ueccmber I'M Slay 12LM; October 43n tho full amount In cash. Bailer Brolh crs hava held, the land.Tor about 20 roars, but it hai.been uspd principal- ly for ranch anil purposes. H Is slated that Mr. Buckley and his nsaoclalcs "who have been prom- inently Identified Tvith distillery end tobacco Interests, frill start develop- ment TvorTi Immediately and will con- vert tha properly iralsert farm. Nothinc takes Ihe Joy OUL or moiTiiu mud already cleared win ho put Quicker a HTPF nr Unto crop and moro land will be clcar- E Answers Criticism of Sum Western Are For Ten Years Only Oct. followin blny slck.Ied. Livestock will he raised eilen- waa Issued by tho miniate l-mous. licnrJachy, cansttpited. niovo HID IKcr and bowel poifouT keeping your head'dlziy, touguo coated, your breath bad m.U sour. 'Why not spcuj n low cent's for'ti box 'or CaacaroLs and on- tlie iiiccst, gentlest laxailvc calb- BHic- you ever experlohced? Cue carets never gripe, sicken or Inconvenience one like Falls Oil, Calomel or harsh fie-: elrely and If tie racing game derolnpj rlilch'ln Alberta K Is probable that thor- your oughbrcfl horses will form a trancn of the farm's acUflllea. The 'principals nt a conferences In reached an agreement and an a Kent'a commission was not In- volved. rills. They ivbrk Advert. tlo you Bleep. An enttro wooden bridge orer river connecting two Now Jcrsty counllca was stolen. of Ihe JulerI0r ioday; alljht criticism has bee: ma do by ono or two weslorn paper regard to ,lho amcndmenLs ro cenlly made by tho interior dcpar rneut lo tho grazing resulattons, claln that the government was tlciu up In. closed leases for 20 years c r; largo rortlon of tho rnoro n mold lands still owned by the go crnmenl in tho Peace River dislric From tho crllk'sm which has bee offereil It Is apparent that ttie writer were of the opinion that 20-year lease aro facing gninlcil on lands which ar (it for.agrlcullure purposes. This i not correct, filnco February, 191 aud until recently, 10-year leas? only were granted by the deparlmen The regulations provTded that Lcfo ease wag granted tha lands affec ed must be reported by an officer (ho department QS imElt for agrlcu tural purposes nnd the maximum arc which could be held under a leas wan acres. "FleeenMy en ordcr-ln-council w passed, and this is Hie one comjiialn of, providing Hint leases for a not exceeding 20 might 1 granted on lands lying north of l Saskatchewan Hrer which woro iniles (rom tho margin o' soUlomcn provided the same were unfit for fl rlcullural purpopet. Up to the preset Hme, howeTer, bo leases have be Issued under (he amendment, tho p Icy 6f which was to Induce r.inchc who arc locateil In a tlroulh-slrlck rlijitrlct In southern AlLcrta and Sa lo inovo whc ilroiilhs arc not so prevalent, Ow the fact, howpier, that (tie rlfina Its colder in the north, II was cons crcd necessary [o cxlcml the Lenu or a lease a Icascc would be obllg o go In considerable expense In ere ng Biillablc stables and corrals wFii would not obtain In tho aoiHhern coi ry, nherflhe cllmalc Is less seven .Somn of tho "Splaali Me" with Mlllcni boK' Yodrself nl tliB Majesllc tonight' That Is Iho suggestion made by H. Lovett, presideat ot Ihe Xorlh Am- ican Colllerlea company, GS a con- hutlon to the Inquiry of the Rovera- ent's commission., which is holding oTitl session In >Mmonton today, he commission has just completed n days' sltUne at Edson and will go it to Calgary, Lclhbridgo and the rows Xcat. Free cuiupctttlon In Hie coal iudus- y of this province had proved an pensive luxury, paid Mr. Lovett In s -the commission, and v means ot It a great amount, ot oney had been'wasted anii lost. Tha ck of somo public control had been rloualy felt, among other ways ID o number oCJ Amines In'operation, wcnty mines could produce tbc )0 tone of coal supplied lo the prairie by more lhan SOD now orbing In Alberta. In some way, declared Mr. Lovell, ie 'etalo must step in. The xiierlment In railway nationalization ould show In due course- whether ie principal should be extended to ic mines or In the meantime he condition of the Industry could he Improved by a policy of ubllC; control and supervision. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT MILTON SCHUSTER Presents The Brlllanl Uuilcil Comedy MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME A ScInUllailntr Musical Show IL- Tft'o Acts and Seven Scenes, by EAHL CAR- IlOIj. :iuihor of "So Long NAZIMOVA IN "THE RED LANTERN" SHOWING AT THE EMPRESS FOR THE LAST TIME TONIGHT. REID PICTURE A Wallace Jleii has made- a distinct L in his new Pnramounl photoplay, The lUmring Which Is on at for the last time onlght. Mr. Held is seen ns an auto- llo salcEinan tvlio doea Eorno won- erlul things In ILo way ot hrcaklpp utomobile speed Tecnrda. The ra'co n he engages Is one o[ the most tirllllng affairs ever pictured. Ann illtlo is his leading "wornan. MARGUERITE CLARK GOOD COOK? YOU BET! Although the requirements of her :olo In "Come Out of ths her atcst Paramount photoplay, which whlcli will bo displayed at Starlantl and Saturdny, demantlg that he ho Ignorant of Lbo art ot caok- Marguerite Clark is a past mis- of tha science ot .ciitslno as all vho hnro enjoyed collations prepared >y her dainty hands, hnve suhslantlal reason to Tinow. Miss Chrk has B splendidly equipped dtchei) in her New York home nnd vrhen she is hi'ay with SOPIO gastro- nomic chief d'oeuvre, it Is highly in- dlicrcct lo ask her to ccmo out ot Ihe kitchen until her work Is done Dill In "Come Out of the Miss Clark is seen as an aristocratic Virginia, girl finds It necessary to tlie role ot a 'cook, but while her accomplishments 1n this lino are nil. she manages Lo win the lose ot n ricli Northerner, which, after provert the Iic5t Iblng ahe could have done. Tho Elory of tric'plioJopby Is a de- lightful mid it wns written by Alice Dncr Miller; and plcturlzecl hy Clata Ueran.qei'. I'lujjeno O'Drien hearts n cajl u( syipporl players. MAJESTIC-FRUSAT. __ October November 1 (This Week) The Original New Revue The World's Best ALL THE FAVORITES OF LAST YEAR'S SUCCESSFUL COMPANY Evenings Mallncc Me, 75D, 51.00 26c, 60c, 75c Children Accompanied by Adulls to the Matinee, any' seat 2Bo Evenings, B.30 Saturday Matinee, 2.30 Prlcis.... 51.50, M.OO, Tic, EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION .COLONIAL Tonight Only The Screen's Foremost Star Anita Stewart "The Painted World" A Crashing Melodrama of Theatrics! Life Directed by RALPH Produced by VITAGRAPH IT'S A HEAL SPECIAL IT 35c and lOc FRIDAY SATURDAY MONROE SALISBURY in "THE MAN IN THE MOONLIGHT" C. P. H. SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR CONVICTED Ort. K. n C. P. II. sleeping csr cooiluclor, has n found euiHy on two charges un- tlor Iho Secret acl, namc- ntccpllnK money for railway tares and nut turning this money over lo tha company. A (heft charge t Rita si him was wltharawn. Scnlerl-o Tva3 lie- (trred. DISAPPROVE'WAR MEMORIAL IN REOINA Pni.NCK ALllKnT, Oct.' Albert cornnnnil of Ihe Grea( War Veterans' Association at i mesllnii last ii'ght cirrcBjcil dlsanprornl o( the project ot (ha Saskalchonan Borcrn- mcnt (o erect a war memorial building nt Kcglna with no aa.Mstnnco lo other whti It) Jo like- wise. 1'Ienl.v of Good Dnnciny, Scenic Kfl'ccls and Comedy Keeps Crowd Amused The musical comedy. "Mavc Your- self at which opened Its en- gagement at (he Majestic last night. IK light up to standard. a good show, anil ally presented by a clever, capable company. Comedians who arc really funny, singers who can rcslly sing, a chorus.thai 1; Loth good to look upbh and who can aing and dance- a-plcnty, and a fine scenic producl'on nre the futsdndlng fce- Ulros pt tho Majestic pntrons wlio wart to spend a. real CTenlnR -will do well lo ice "Malic Yourself at Home" nt the Mdjoatlc tonight, when It