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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THR i.in'Hnnmr.F. O.MI.T imn FIVE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Grain ana ON CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS WINNIPEG. Dec. oals closed lie liifihor for December; lower lor May; lower lor July, liarlcy closeJ higher for Decem- ber, llic lower for Mi jr. Flax closed 2c lo'.ver Tor December and higher for May. Calgary Livestock CALG.4UY. Due. liundrcd enJ iwcnly-rivo cat i to were unloaded I el the ill'l ot which wcro on through billius. Tlicro were only un pnle. Two choice slcors were oTfercil; good butchers, u medium, to 3S.75; com- mon, J6.CI) to u few henvy cows, to ilia bulk gaiiiK Ql SS.OQ to SS-50, xvilli common ffl.OO to 11.25; cuo heavy heifer, Jy.50; (lie tuLicce, IT.JU co fS.25; K'JO 1o cooj veal calves, lo feeders. Select JJLKS, oil cars, Drastic Disestablishment is (he Forecast Hy Drills Li Clergyman ?often tho hard work ot drill, arc shinvn In 'Hay Kcot, Stmv Ihc latest J'aramouci-lQC't photoplay llm conies lo Starland Tor (fcc week-end. Many a jofce lias IJL-OQ played on Iho rookie, many a hearty laugh had ia.ro presence ot mind Jim Marvin in- troduces the actress as Build. What Laypens wlu-n the real bride- groom returns anil finds a. lady in thy pyjamas ot tils together Ihe complications which ensue when o? ihe iviipr was won Mleralir Ih9 comedian tbal cjnld hare Hli fir.'L ic'.ir created won. The show did not start until near- ly 1 a.iD. and when louder appeared Ihe i of a Eetivatloc. and in. tours (hit foHo's'fil '.vere equally 'W rul. The is Scotch Iv.-c-lfih visit to tba I'tiiicJ de.- I at (he xejvonae of soldier j tho bride end her mother rciuni and judging from hi? rrcep lion the (iiies where ho has jM-arfsl 11 will Surpass all other to" j in crowds hud enthusiasm. J-audtT likes to recall one occasion in York vhen. the steair.elilp who arrlred lo prepare to fight tlu Hun. All Ihia Liis'iter aMe of aru-.y life Is shown to advantage IQ this now- picture ihuL has no kettle Econe, no trftRlc luomeols. I1, te ihc lighter side of the great world stnjfglo. Mr. Kay 13 Qnoly In thla [jlclure. Doris VillnR a capablo which includes William Conklln. Sii'jlllawoode .AUkcn anJ J. cy. FW LOO Ihe bridegroom's Quaker auiu can be htiler imagine'] than Ecrlbtil. Jeromo Kern has written eighteen inimical hits for "Oh Hoy" end nro already bc-ins Clayed on Ihe Vic- irolas all over liie country. Among the most notah'e are "An Old-Kit h- ioncd "Till the Clouds Koll ".HttJJeiJ Into Arc Not "When It's Nesting TSnie in and "KJubliy Dub, ihc Cave Man." "Uh Hoy" was an entire season a i lho rruicoss theatre, and then conlinucd Ms run at tho Casino. Mall orders for seals are noTv be- ing received. the cheering tasted sev- eral minutes. When, finally, lie could be heard, he sold, in his dru'.l way: "Have ye peopia no got any louder is sllll Bomc or tlic quaint songs that hid midDlghi "'jaudienre oa that jueznorablo 111 liui ho has, it announr.ed, rddeil ti hs was coming over delny-1 many others: that thoEP wlit> anil IK- was billed to open al a him at the Majestic next day. Dec. 16th, will JUEL as nave Treasurer and I 'ay master, J'ouer Joined (he C.XH. ns a CJi-rk In uncial or tha to tht oT vely, on ir.il Lines. Mr. iti? Trt-'isurer's I'lsyiiiaster. (u-iober. 191F., .'rr.-.-s Treasurer whifh 3ur [be railway In l-'ayiuaaiiT. January let, and utiw jMisliiuii Invulvei ihu care dt all the LIU Omarlo (juebcc the c-zceptlnn [lip 'J r Divisions. Mr. Potter Is also In chnrcc of thv Coitipiiiy's Victory Loan Witrii. looking aticr Iho collection of payments from cmplojocB and the delivery of the. bonds. Mr. Curran Is also an old employee or the C.N.R., having Joined the office ol ihQ Treasurer nt TcraiJio In 100-k He was made Asslsiant rayni.iBter, EncreeiUng Mr Potter, on January Isi, IDOa. anil lakt-s the I'aymastcr'a tosi us his Immediate chle! moves Iilsutii In lUe service. cf the rnm'. iror.-lerful plc'.urea lisa ever the will ho se-fii oa Friday and Saturday, when Select offera iLs iy If nil orchestration ol "II Good Kdilie.7' i'3 announced hy or the morn popular airs in IT. Itay ComslocV: nnd AVMItaitt Elllolt atore" aro rcnilereil in this as Hie attnicllon at Ihe iclion, ainonp tlia favorites being theatre for two nights, next Wedues- "Thc Anvil "Miserere." day and Thursday, Dec. 17th and Special lympanl cffct-Ls and anvil and.isih. y the j r'" Trova "The Auction of Souls" Is a. revela- HOQ of tho njosl r-stounding race per- xlyoj.honc accompaniments during the j Xol ia (he pas'. Iweiitv years has any sc-lccd'on make. It a nmstcal deKght. J musical comedy scoreil "the UatlcL a fascinstinr; by "Oh Boy." bard Almost I-'orgoltcn l-'ricnd Leaves Man She Accidentally Hit While Motoring by "Adieu" a charmins senti-1 musical comedy in wliich ihcre Is that i piece of the evening Is (he rendillnii of of hetnron the players "Tho Hoy anil the a tharac-, and the audience. IcristEc, with whistling elTects, liml; The Tiopk anjl'iTrits :tre by Guy and other qdillcs. The T Hollon and I'. (.I.-Wodehouso end the full musical force ot Ilic orchestra'music hy Jerome Kern. The story at our own homes and our own coun- hy. "The Auction of wllh It's Ti'c- swell to a grand finale ivliich is .in iho .idrenlures of an inler- hiir-it or harmonious chord anil dls- oslmg proiiii or people in H 5mall FIT- tnirban loivn. Jackie Sampson, an nc- In Ihc r-rrinp ol. 1011 Mr. Ar'lmr in Pliilailclpliia ivlicro lie was r-rEapeil us n imiaican. AViuic In5 }i one day he struck by an aulo owned jind driven by Florcnp.c Chatham. As a result. Jic stiffcreil a. fractured an'Klo and u broken rib. Mrs. ClirtUiam Admitted thai she T, ;i3 lo Maine and rushed Mr. Arthurs In licr r.ir to .AKIICU- Jlositltal, ivhcrc she saw ibal he received the liEBt of surgical treatment. For five veofc.-i Mr. Arthurs coiitincil to Ihe hospital ami every day of that jiprM he was visited by ITio laJy of ivlioni he knew -so little. Then llin limo when llic pa- lii'nL was convalescing. Ilq, was tak- en for rides anil Bpcnl a goodly portion of liis lime al tlic pa- Intlal homo at 1721 Uroad street of Mrd. who did everything in lir.-r puwcr (o mako. life jilcasnut and enjoyable lo her aculilcnl victim. fully recovered' Mr. Arthurs Ti'fis askcil lo nnme a reasonable sura In tclllcmcnL tor the loss o' time oc- casioucd liy his forced rest in hospital. Ho retiiEcJ, however, (o couflldcr nny further Rift from llic IIUI-EOU who had (rented Iifm fiiunrcly. Shortly afterward Mr, Arthura Jell 1'hLlndclphlA and witli ccpUon ot one or two Ictlera from liis wrJlfcti that samo year, he has never" hoard of 'Mrs. (Niat i-ince until tho -.virc ye ac- him with Iho (nut of hor and Ins consequent legacy of lavished ArjnenJa cscap ic.ir there lo tell our civilization Armenia's fighl for the right lo Chrlslien belief. Conductor Charles Hereford for young college professor eamesl efforts lo give us real; younK Budd hag Just be glvo "Auction of rccovd i his earnest efforts la BiTe us real; y0unB Budd has Jusl marrleJ music, anil lo tlie Colonial lo Lou Ellen Carter and lliej hare do- tcrmined, aa Iho niarrlp.Ep was a secret Bhould; aurl doubling such an eiccllcnt orchestra. patronage during H's run this week at- FUNNy QP LIFE SHOWN IN FILM ('apt. E. J. JxivelEce, Till bo ibo cnndidalc Cor mayor ol FORTY KOPECK BOLSHEVIK NOTE one. lhat Iho iirMo Eliill go lo home of her parents Tor tho right It is Just nfter the brHc and groom lho npnrimcnt thal Uio ac- tress arrives. Mra. Budd has be The humorous sides of tho nrmy hind ot Blnlog tamp, Ihc laujbs (hat lo other whjch (o on her honcj-moon. Constable Slmnis appears on the scene, hut TODAY, AND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Aurora Mardiganian DOMINION BUYS PROPERTY 1'KKDBIIICTON. X. IJ., Dec. Prcir.lor L'oslcr nnnounccd rvt Ilio con- tluslori of ycalcnljiy nflcrnoon'a RCS- i rlon of Ihn provincial government thai I nn oITer of Ihu Dominion govnmmcnt! for llic old government Iiouse prop-' In J'reJertclon had been accepted IMo govcrnmcnl oT N'nw Ilruns- '.vick. The omounl olfcroil by lho Ho- inlnlbn povtmmcnt was Tho properly conslsls of some uO acres of land, Iho atono btillrifnB or- Igtnallx used n.s t'overnnicnl house find minor bnlldlriRa, Three iironiiiicnt Midi, f-f-htx] Ijoy.i be- cause o( drunhcnncsfl- One boy got the from hlg fnlhcr'u supply In tho cellar. THE PICTURE ALL LETKBRIDOE 13 TALKING ABOUT Time of Showt; 3.00, 7M and p.m. A llolsheTlk bill (SI1 brmiglil from Siberia, b; llaucla- men life- Ilureo', flio has lifcn swing in the nrlt.'fh Mission, ami has Jnsl rcliimcil wllli tTia Ilrllhh (roojis, v.'hlcb liavo rlnfilly o.vncnatctl Vladivostok There Is no sllvor or coins of nny other niotnl In clrciilntlon In Slbcrln, Uovcrnmenl Inuntlatcg [lit country 7'lih notes. COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT ETHEL CLAYTON "MAGGIE PEPPER" Prlcci ..........i.....51-00, 51.03 MAIL ORDERS NOW Include Tai on Checks or Money OrderE. New Selling at Armstrong No PSore Orden Received Until Friday. CHARLES RAY Foot.Stnv Foot.' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Charles Ray "Hay Foot, Straw Foot" DON'f HISS THIS. IT'S GOOD, MAJESTIC Theatre WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17-18 THE MUSICAL COMEDY EVENT OF THE SEASON Tilt Mujicil Comedy That Delighted New York Slid Its Millions of Visitors for Over IS Monlhj- To Be Given Here With Every Song, Dance, Musical Number and Beautiful Production Uted During "Oh Bey's" Long Run In New York, A New York Princess Theatre ind Chorus. Eighteen Catchy WhUtly Kind. Not a -But Real Live and ArtliU, Who Know How to 31ng and Dince. Seat Snle Open Friday, Dec. 12 at Armstrong and R a Prices............ 50c, 75c, You On Order Your Beati by Mill Now. EMPRESS -Tomorrow a Sat "BOLSHEVISM ON TRIAL" The Timeliest Pict ure Ever Screened. iiiiiiimiiminiiiniirniiii'niinmiiimiiiiniiiiniin MOT A PROPAGANDA PIC. TUnE, BUT A THRILLING DRAMA WITH A DELIGHTFUL LOVE STORY RUNNING THROUGHOUT KIND OF A PICTURE THAT LEAVES YOU SOMETHING. TO THINK AiOUT. NOT A WAR PICTURE, BUT THE STORY OF THE RUTH- LESSNESS AND TREACHERY OF THE DEMON, BOLSHE. VISM, WITH ALL THE SCENES LAID ON THIS SIDE OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. TONIGHT ONLY Anita Stewart IN Regan' OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS. PRIC2S 10c ;