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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. OCTOHKll 31, THF, LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD, PAGE FIVE DRAMA MARKETS Onto tad LlTeiloei WINKIPEG, OcL Wintry con- ditions la Iho vest caused eleventh hour selling shorn Tblch Iho market loiUy. Oals closed 1-So lower (or October; 7-Sc higher lor December anil iSc higher for Jlay.. Uarloy closed 1 l-2c higher for October, l-Se lower for No- vember, 1 38c hljber for December 6-Sc higher for Slay. closed )c hfeucr for October. J-2c lower tar November.1 l-2c loner for December end 4c lower for ilay. Winnipeg Markets October..... December Jlay....... October..... November May......... FLAX October Kovemher December Jlay October Open. 145 Close. HO jihowu was at another theatre, an cl- :haracler actor, Colleen Moore, Syd-.patrons will assuredly enjoy to have. aalil ii palpably ibiurd. J cellunt stock company was presenting 'w Franklin. Virginia. Kollz. acl. erla la In enclly tbe same posl- a iplendld drama tbal week, but It [Jasmine. Harrr Dulloy, Johnnie t'ooke fas tmj iroupo of juventlo pro- Rllchle. Provincial Analyst Makts Com- parison in (Jiving Evidence .Ucforc Commsision loyle, ftttorrjOT-ienertl ol Alberta, :ald last evening: "I do sot bcltevo Ls.1 [he minister made auch BtatemcuT, -what he IB report- ed .ion as Saskatchewan In Ihls respect. The railway ha? never been In tbe lands of i receiver; Dominion gov- ernment usurped control. Thd provln- clal governments of (hose two prov- nres have first mortgages on Iho railway, speaking for the Alnerta government, 1 may gay, aa I stated more than a week ago, tbat He hare, made arrangements lo foreclose and over the lines." 123'I 129T4 413 401V4 404 137 135 Cash Prices C.VV... S3K No. 3 C.W... Kitra No. 1 (ee4............... SJ% No. 1 feed.. 79ft No. 2 Track s-'s DAU1.BY-- No. 3 No. C.W... Dejected Track EDMONTON'. Oct. 31. Alberta mines In the f'.elil liolh west ?nd easl ot Hdmonton and C'algary produco a coal much superior In heat value to Ihoso imported from iho States, ac- cording lo the provincial analyst. In evidence submitted loday lo Uio commission. For general purposes, Alberto, coal ;av% Letter ho said, than Iho mportcd coal. The commlBBion will hold 113 nex session In on Nov. 12 lo H, when It Till Inquire- talo condlUoc In Iho Industry In that field. H irtl have a. second meeting at Calgary tho J'lh, lo ba followed by a. Croiv's Nest appoinlment at Rlalrmora and other points for tho throe, days succeeding. A final sitting has been flied for Edmonton on the 25lh, when Iho work of Ino commiesion will bn Eumined up preparatory to making a report lo lira government No 3 C.W...3SS ..........-..118 ......133 who wero chosec. Two of America's (which Includes William Stowell, Circus .-.n In whirh rcany newlwho b greatest vaudeville circuits pJay seen as Ililllips' lead- novelties are introduced. Tbe Clif- sdvera! greatest vaudeville circuits ulpeg, one ol Ibe lien ot llio ally Eeeu as Ililllipa' road in g man; Alfred Allen, tho veteran fords aro very rereatlle, and Colonial playcl opposite the star in I of her recent pictures, bur. Frederick Kaicelron, who is now lo who were chosen as fit en- ertalnment for a king. Their appearance, at Covcmmeat house by request of '.ho Prince was SASKATCHEWAN RHODES SCHOLAR IltKJlNA, Oct. 31.- Cable Bovllle Clark, or. Saskatoon. Is Iho Hhoiles scholar for Saskatchewan, according to ail announcement here today. The 191? scholar will bo Eelectcd early in December. Cable Clark had a bril- liant record as a scholar Bt Iho Uni- versity of Saskatchewan. In 1314 lie enlisted aa a private and secured his commission on Iho field. DRY LAW INJUNCTION .10 Kn. 1 N. TV. C. No. 2 Track.................... No. 2 C.W................. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Oct. al tlie Union Etocl; xarda this mornlnK amounlcd lo IIOES and 317 sheep. The tbrouEh billing Flock totalled G10 head ot caltle, the larger proportion of. these Booing to NDTV Jersey stock- yards en route lo.Belgium, the re- mainder billed lo South St. Paul. The market IhJa morning vras slow nnd drarjgy, wilh common sjlJ med- luiii gmdrs weal-. Tho hog .rnnrkel was unselllou ana bidding was 60c lower lhan Thurs- day's close, hut so far no sales havi; teen made. Good lambs were selling between 411.00 and 512.00, with common at 57 50 lo tS.OO; good sheep ransins from {l.M lo 3S.50; wl'.h few choice There are 105 cars ot slock in sight for today; IS over the C. r. Ii.; on Iho C. N. R- and Cl on, Hie G. T. of which ore iilreacly terminals. Calgary Livestock C4LOAJIY, Oct. was a. fair run of callle at the stockyards today, but up till noon only 3C5 had been weighed. Packers and spccnlal- ors rctuscd to meet Iho prices asked by commission men during the ing, Ihcre beius 50c 10 hunilrcd between oil choice stulT. Cominoo butcher steers maclo {5.50. heavy cows, 5S.OO lo }8.25, Luinmon butcher cows, SG.50 lo ?7.oO; choice heifers, 53.00 to SS.35; can- ncrs. 41.50 to hula, choice bnlcher to 57.75; common, J3.0D; feeder steers, 57.25 lo 57.75; slocX- nrs. JC.OO to SC.50; good veal calvoj, 57.SO to JS.OO; common, J5.00 lo ?7.00. N. Y. Stocks NflV VOUK, Oct. Closiue sales: C. P. n.. H3 3-1; Unilcd Stales steel, 103 3-S; Unllcd Slalcs Elccl preferred, 115 1-2. MEG. Has First iMorlgage and Will Foreclose, RcpeaLs Hon. John Boyle' CALGARY, Oct. oh the reported statemenl by the dominion minister of rallwaya'In, the louse of commons on Wednesday thai Jic provinco of Saskatchewan would bo compelled to meet the Interest ou .ho bonds ot Ibe- G.T.P. mileage- in Jiat province, bocauso the railway, jelng in Ihe hands of a receiver, could not meet lue Interest, Hon.'John NEW YORK, Ocl. States District Judge- Augustus N Hand today grantc-l a temporary In Jur.clion at Iho request or the Unltet States district attorney prohlbliug the sale ol all lliiuor contatniog one-half o one per cent, or more alcohol. Under Iho Injunction hotel keepers who viol ate iho prohibition enforcement la can be summarily arrested and im prisoned (or contempt of courl. Salisbury IB aeen aa RoFsEgnol slngirg ami dancing comedy darkeys, will offer thelrj Faramount audlenrea, an eipari- nectod actor whu has a inozt Ininorlanl role. Ihelr riol. Mr. F.smelton returned recently from Krance whliher ho ivenl last Kail to the thHIU., of the murmurini; soDgg irlenty of fast dancing (vnd e surely Kins Saul ful oil pa: to en- the cast of Oliver Moroaco'n play, Your ,ulF will nrejfnt hla wonder-1 Nergllbor... )o lho vov- w.hVcl h.G Ills hit. new costumes, everything nevr nljoul fnow-topped ML IJaldy, was "en lo "C'omo On', of Ihc KiU-hen" arc Ihenlbuttbopld, though very youlhful L5ea as tho locations on which Iho costuming Is a fcaluro uf Ihh j <-'rnT, ford Kcnl. IlraJley llarker, Al- faces which have become familiar to majority ot scenes Voice3 c[ the 51. Ilackctt. George. Slovcus, duo -vlll -.vilh warm approval. Xrancos Kayc. May Kitson, Augusta that I'oggy top tho photoplay 1 Anderson. Idea Spear and the redoubt- the nreatcr part of the Canadian and shot. American public, tlicy hart, starlcJ One of tho big situatJons of tho prison from bo has escap- barmauv boys cd. AT STAKLAND. said lo be nne of Ihe arllsllc of her career. HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE I AT THE COLONIAL MONDAY I _ -i------ j One ol Ihc casts assembled j One of tho Lest vaudeville bills of .in auy pleturo during tho current sea-1 tho current will be offerer] hi son, is that appearing in support of; iw Hi llio Colonial -Margnerilc (Mark in her latest. Tara- Oiy. turrecL n I "the nen- "If lp" Ehow neit Monday J Spiritualism, Unit mystic thcmo plays an important, part In "The the master mys- tery Blory of Hayanl Vcillcr's. adapt- ed for Ihc screen and Jlreotcd by. Lconco Pcrret for Palhe, auil show-1 InK at Hie Emprobs Theatre com- mencing; today. j Mme. LaGrangc, a chlrvoyant. is! called upon to solve Ihe mystery of; "Quand le TO! s'amase." It Is a Krench saying which has liecomc pro- verbJal. II means "ivhen tLe king afnuaes himself.0 A Frenchman try- ing to tell juEl hov; amutine a, thing may be, uses that exiiresslon. And BO Jt In no wonder'that when II. II. H- tnc Prince of Wales was In Winnipeg, thoso whose task H was to royaljy entertain Iho eitraordinary visitor, they sought the beit o( tho professional talcut the city affordcJ. And It Tfaa the Original Winnipeg i Kiddles who will nppoar at the Ma-1 who killeil Stephen The people. an.l Tuesday, headline atlmcliorj will UD aud Cli'ford in their origiual r.rcsenaitlon :nil of. a The mouni pholoiilay, "Coino Out of the which nilt Lc sl.own at Star-1 land tonight and tomorrow. Miss Clark's leading man Is EuRcne O'Drlcn, jestlc thcalra tonight and Saturdny Nolhing Like Plain Bllro-Phoiphata to Put on Firm, Hoa.thy to Blrength. Vigor and Nervo Force. When ono stops to consider Iho host ot Ihlu pcoplo who nro con Ifntially lor sorno method by Vhlch they may Increaaa llcali to norm proportions by, Iho filling out-.o ugly hollows, the rounding of .pro- aoglM nltcnO bloom of health and flUrRCllvcn II la not wonder liiat many and led auggcsllons along this 1tno ap jicaf from II mo iq It mo In public print eicwslro Ihlrness might Ii lo vnrlous nnd sultl causes la dlflercnt tndlTlc.uals, H Is i wolHinoira fact thflt tho lack of pho; phorous In'Lho human syelom la ver largely responsible for tills condltloi U seeing lo lie well (ha .Ms dcrlcloijcy Ift phosphorous ma ROW met by tho use of an I'hoaphnto hnown throughout English flpoaklng connMes na Hltro.p pliatc. Tho flfulmllatlon of thb phos phato by Uio nervo llaauo soon pro duces a wclcorno change In our bod find mind. N'crvo .tension disappear! Tlpor And strength replace wcahncs Jack of energy and Ihc wbol body soon loses Us asly liollowa an abruplf angjea; becoming In n glow of perfect health and beaul antl the will and strength, to be u iHtl riolng, llllro Phosphai l.l unsurpassed for the relief of nc vongncas, gencrnl dcltllltr, etc., Ihos faking it who