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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESn.W, DECCMnF.n 1G, TIJK PAOP. FIVE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Ciraia tnj gUmor of society Hei a current viu'.cb, iooner or Inter tu Ihe uuler iurfs.ce and hs Urns. Wlih all her money gone. Iho hero- WIN'NIPFXJ. Dec. oals rloEeil 2-Sc 10 2 l-3c higher; Imrltj" 4 U-Su lu i 3-Sc Lighur; Cc tu Ic Mslier; rju unihangpd 10 1 3 -Ic December .May....... July 3Jccember May Jlctombcr Hay........ C OATS XJ. 2 C'.W... i Winnipeg Markets ill ir ii IUL on iiTi JMIUIIC j fcuu_, itiu lie I Iftl 'lirn TRIM u, back in! rrli MnlHr IKlul ;her duws and IM I LU UUllIlL I lUnL 'iru-led lor Eowns at Madaiiiu itlbyj'.'s. tide ntvakc-m ibe luvt aJmiraUaM CU'veland Uuthansu, a ivho ?lso siflfi.s in to unusual conu-lina, find Is ably as-1 most enjoyable tej by who by Uie way year, the haiipy ot a Hue a: I-.' lyric scjjiruno volro -A r.-.i-s how LiEi-. Tick's is a ti'l Ihe flrls dftih In on sjene. la Co-jrge jirt.'ills tlae merry jiarty ru j e to lo a no', tier roym >'hUe he t I. i'.ls tTitle of but a hours u hi.rla home. }i As sion Ceorgp iiid hla lirM.-i si-i. I Slpnur Dov-'iiz, 2" _ in iho morality play i tlnyliiK popular ballads. JPIK-C" tos.Vs ly ilio wlnrtu'.T. IXnvnz has a ivimirtoiMo rmd H-rc f-l'.i Jim Marvin find IMls ei-oivd hcaili? iho hi tdr o( the liavo toft thi TOOUI Jaokl-j j Nox( Slgr wbo flays ihe jiari of "Mod-1 esty Opon, 163'i 152 510 503 x0. 3 C.W... No. (Qflil.. No. 1 Trark UAKI-KY-- No. 4 L'. Track Nil. I N.W.C.................. Nu. 2 1'.NV...G1Z Xo. 3 C.W.. '1'nck No. 2 C.W................... Calgary Livestock Dec. hundred find iwciUy-cigbl rattle. calvos JA hofis wcra unloadea lodny Ht Ibo Etockyards. Tho niarkel was siondj on lic.ivv cows, those making IS.Bi) lo for best buLrhera; 5T.5I) lo for good liutrhers nnd 55.76 to J7 for ronitnon cows. Heavy "leers up till noon hart only reached (11.25 with KooJ Lutchcrs making ?S lo sn.r.O nnd scrap (Yann vhlch lo bo the beglnniriE at toine- thlng." The letter referrlne to plans of the returned EclOIera lo atop tlic Soc- mealing aud flgnod "yourA in (ha rrtcTenfon to Beattle. 17, 1915: ''DoUi Calgary and Wlonipeg cipc-ct Iro-jblc, both of ihr-m wlihoiu tin', the celebraleil rival of ihe brlde'a falbcr and mother star, KiUy liorflon. be seen, at anc] iho aunt result In somo unusual thn Colonial on and and sHuallons, but GcorRe Thursriiy of this week. In her very i Jjufid a resourceful man and Idlest and moat costly smoothes them all out anil things or ends happily. A burning leaemont on Tork'i Side Is amonp The spectacular tortures ol "Playthings j the no-.v supcrplcture In which Kilty i LJlllan Glck Le seen a: the Colonial I [eadlng'role of Uivtil L1LL1AN G19H IN PICTURE portrays the GrlfTnn'f neiv Compulsory Military Scrridc Not Talked Ser- vice Not Decided ,nil Laura Enos close the vauie- Eliow with their pintomJoe. con- tortion, and dancing act. Tying blui- Into n variety o( knota, esecuUns a nuaLer of eccentric dances, and p'jtllns a "circus" touch to the whole net, Kiios the vhole show to a concluplon. The pictures are stove the aver- ase, wllh i'eSKJ Hyland apnparlng in lier latest drflmatlc offering "The Debt and with the Ralnbow Oirls In iLg eeuhora comedj- "An Or- iental Komeo." The Colonial Ccncert Oroftcatra offer accompanlmenl to Ibo show, Tbe cannot go wrens 1? they maintain the standard set by las: night's EhoH-. The ntime Mil will repeated again lontgbt for the laet 15JF: "I think pentl ?long: nr al Irasl ivill I nro quitn a rorolutionary bunch horn Italians, 1 can't say ihc nboul OTTAWA, Dec. certainly OMjtllc FiigllEh speikJns" class, though I not fflre, u reported In tho prffis, 'an'can placo Eeven or aro of pearl earrings arc valued at 000.00, "Plarlhlngs of Pas-ton" Is] enylhmE you as a pnwerful from the j pen of William Anthony McGulre and deals, U Is said, in startling manner i wllri high Mfe In nnd humb- ]pr. though no leas Interesting, eilsl- ence In tlio slutDS. COLONIAL "HIP" VAUDEVILLE 13 GREAT Intimation of sumo form of compul- Eory for Canada, both In permnnent force and Uio Canadtan ac- (Slgncd) '-Yours for the revolution." The cnswn still ha-1 a numher f.f docatncnt.1 MPLOT OF Anolhcr soll'l capacity houje Ereel- ed Tho popular Hlppodromo Ynude- vlllo Circuit ehoiv nt Ihe Colonial Theatre nlglit, and ths hig audienco and the high standard of vaudeville offered, the abow -went over j vrlth R liang from fiLart to nnlsh. Opening the show, Johnny and TVlac this moriilnR were 1.-120 calllc, lmiich hat would necessarily accent or act on the ndvlco ol Admiral A largo proportion of today's rc- rMiiH ivlll bo qarrlctl over for lonior- mv'a trade, learlnff small sunply of cattle for today's mnrket. There was little doing this morning anil all classes and grades of cattle vrcro selling about steady el unchang- ed iirlcea. Tho bog market TTB.S unchanged and fed aud watered, vrcro sold at Sheep nnd lambs easier trom 25 to Icllfcoo or any otlnr naval nulhorlty in adopting a naval peltcf- or. New York Stocks YORfO Dec. ialca: C.P.R., ISfcft; United Stales Steel. United States Steol pre- ferred, 113U- RAILROADS WOULD BE IN HAMDS OF RECEIVERS WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. Two- thirds or the railroads of the country ha In tho hands of a receiver la R. month fitter Iho rclurn, to private unless congress onacla effec- tive legislation Scnntor Cummins, Iowa, tofiny In urglus Iho nenalo to ipecJ np Us railroad hill. EXCHANGE QOINQ UP XEW YORK, Dec. lot-up In tho ol British exchange hills resulted today In demanrl billings on Iho pound sterling belnjf quoted al J3.77, cenlo aboro closa. 3UE3 FOR WAR PROFITS NEW YORK, Dec. Ktnr? panlor vlcc-presldeat of the Carnegie Steel company, and R. 11. Wntlner, nephew o( Lord Kitchener, ire defendants In n, sulL brought in the supreme court here jeglerdftj by Arthur Ij. Pcaraa, former commlaslon- cr ot the high court of adjudlclatlon in England. Pearse alleges that-the three mon were partners in a eleel deal uhlch netted almost profit and is suing lor a third ot this amount.' motion to upon n.n affldaflt. Ths piiblJcallon ol delails In con- eclloii with thlg inMlcr irore for- by Mr. JtipMcc McLcalto morning', who said, LoH-evcr, that a m6Uon was madf an rvffjdav- i ho Trould reconsider '.his order. Court rcsumixl at Ihe trial at 10 elocfc (, 7'he Jury was onlorod rtllic. by Mr. Juallca Mc'.calfo ai oon as pcocaedlnga had opened. RARE CHINESE PORCELAIN JAR8 SHIPPED TO LONDON FROM PARIS BY AIRPLANE confltoncQ ID atr transportation has developed to ench an extent thtvt consienmcntB ol valu- ables and fragile Roods of all kinds aro now belngiBent by'air. promi- nent art dealer recently received Irom London pictures valued at and sent to (he British capUnl prcc- fous Jars ot Chinese porcelain -by nlr pluna Such objects were formerly carried by special inoasenecrg a dounlc Iho expense ot air transport a Li 011. DANCE Jazz Band K. of P. HALL Tues.Dec.16 Wntcr commissioners ol Chatham recommend that water from fou have ever seen. "RIP AND STITCH, TAILORS" A two-reel Paramoanl-ScnncLt Comedy Scream, and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE nlll be shown on Ihe eanie pro- The best show in ihe city. I Ad nil a 25c Childrtn 10c TONIGHT MAJESTIC Theatre WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, THIS WEEK _ THE MUSICAL COMEDY EVENT OF THE SEASON The Musical Comedy Since Ihe Days of Gilbert and Sullivan. Dfrcct Princess Theatre, New York, Where Its-Sparkling Musis and Humor Delfghted Millions of People for Over IB Months. THE SMARHSTMRI6HTEST MUSICAL COMEDIES A CAST AND CHORUS FROM THE PRINCESS THEATRE, N. Y. PRETTY OF FUN A Jollj Youthful Romance Set to Charming Music. Scats Now on Sale at Armstrong rind Raworth'i Pric.ii............50c, 75c, 52.00 GET YOUR SEATS TODAY i t- I r- HERE'S A PICTURE TITLE THAT TFLLS A STORY OF ITS OWN One not nncnil much time studying Iho mollf of a motion pic- (uro story when It has n comprefien- alva Mile. This Is Lho CIIRC wllh "Men, Women and Elhcl Clayton's DCir Paramount BlsrrJni? vohlclf, rrlilch will lie (IIsplayed nt Slarbnd to- morrow .ind Thursrtny. The stor> concerns a young nnd nnsDplifaLIc'Aled plrl of the West who bcromes Jnltlaterl Iho of tho smart set and from (hen on l.s a slave (o (hftt kfnd of life unlll sho Is finally awakened nnd thai licncnU the gliUcr nnd EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BIG BILL FARNUM Hit William Fox Production THE MAN HUNTER SENSATION IN EVERY SCENE This Powerful RomanAc Aclor Never Has Been Seen In a Film to Well Filled to dive .Fullen Play io Hia Extraordinary The Story of How K Rich Man, Robbed by n False Friend, Pursues the Man Over a Trail, Riflhlt a Great Wrong, and Falls In Love on the Way, Thrilling Struggle on Cliff. AT EMPRESS 3 Days Starting THURS. in Ms nevcst pidfure ONE of the BLOOD Here's a picture lor romance wiltf a regular hero, and heroine and ccdles of villains an' everything. And such a hero I He clearis up everything from New York (o the Mexican Border anr) [hen hops lo Europe to show flow to handle a revolution. Can hf Well you know ;