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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMmW 17. 1910 THK lo SS.75. v lih common cows, JG.t'O lo heavy hewers. lo SS.OH; light heifers, Jli.f.0 lo 57.aP: hulls, good buicticrs. SG.OD to calves, f7.r.O lo 57.7i. .Select boss. off cars. j Winnipeg Livestock I AVIXXIPPXI, (Dominion livestock -1'ccoipL; ihls morn-! iiiK were 1.123 tnUtc. HW iwjis imd 40n sncrp. Tliu ihroHSh billing callln I amounted to faille conalgrcr. to STREET CARS STALLED Uleves tiiaf pyt-ry girl has her iirice as be- The temperature Ibis morning la ono above zero. has provUo.l In "IMaythhiya of Pas- sion" a story etmnemly fliteJ by lis striking and feminine an- imal :is an screen vchlclo for fiorJon'.4 attracth Q pcrion- allty The Ficlurs Ine direction ol -AnI (.he masterly of Itolitr'. llr union thii of i ho 'cries of Kitty Gordon are Irvrng LimmiliiKM. Sylvia suhprfoaturea sen a high stan- IMna Mau Coor- of SASKATOON. Dec. driving taints ilii .M wind, accompanied by a llghl trow- ton, which jiiiri is played liy ,11. but with. rislaK temperature. Miss Clayiou, he finds that his iheor- atruck Saskatoon last, about nine M aro al] and Mils changes hi--; 'cluck. Several HM.-C; earn wore v.-kole on ivoiimnkind. How called in porlloaa of city, but.ho finally wins love no Inconvenience was Iclt. M! lufc (firl hu has JnsuhtJ Is a j-ios; feature Others ibc picture, ihc orcan sconea (hat cntotiain the rich; and the inoro simple. yeL true to lif-j, daucc of ibc poor; llie terrific scpno where the Jtcv. John SLerllag makej hlj momentous sacrifice to ?avo a nl reillsUi: and grly- comcfly, loo, lias a irtacc In ibis fascinating story. WHY WILLIAM FARNUM -nv SCREEN IDOL Nfwell auil glh- ________ eni. The story wae Ijy ('osniu 'The Pdan Hun'or" al tha Empreai Theatre Shows Reasons (or Star's Popularity. Uanilltcu, acd Jtcula iolo conlmuity form. ;'LES MISERABLES" COMES TO COLONIAL NEXT WEEK Us varioiy ol contrasia the i luxury of ih'j honu-ll- uea3 ol teiiciiieriLa; barcfooL Ululio (jatli-CHsazza, general of ihc Metropolitan Opera Cor.v puny. New York, plottiiiK Iho repertoire of a wocfc. for him BO. He jiaiil for tlie hold in R of llie tlte 3i> days. Tlio R'nprcss Theatre will ehoTY WlllJam. Farnum In "Tho Mnu Hunter'1 for Ilie last Urns today. All lovers of j Human interest is the kcynole of moving CTCH those who V.'illlam Fox's iiroductton of "Lea aro not fond of the Mlsi-rabW according to tho dramatic nol fail lo eeo this photoplay. critics ol New York City who wk- iiesscd ihe Initial fihowin? of OJG pic- "OH BOY" AT MAJESTIC TO- I um; when It was presented al the NIGHT AND THURSDAY NIGHT Theatre. New York City. The production also was because "Oh Boy" the smartest and brlghl- of ihe care am] accuracy with which esl musical comedy of; many ihe Victor Hugo story been fol- and ihc fourth New York Priucesa lowed. WilJEani Karnurti, in the role Thoalro imisk-ul comedy will of Jean Valcnn. Renciyilly was credit-, lo the Majestic tonight ami ed with having scored the triumph or j Thursday nlghl. his screen career. The "Oh. Hoy" comedy which will j H WAS tho JudKiricnL of Tlie TONIGHT FOB LAST TIME Small Store in a Little Town In the Andes (Frctn Ihe Philadelphia Public Ledger.) Simon Patino Is the- norkcfoiler of Money? He has oudie.s of U. is a I from 000 to And lit: 'travels he IP.XCE r.vinily Hiul ri'lativos liini, 35 !iu Uiii-oiL his hit; iriii. All SUCCCES ha ascribes to liia wife. He haa gvcat mansion Oruro. Trie ardiilecL did uobly in oarryinff out Pa linn's orders, hnl not until the lime of complctton dir] There aro apiiroilni'ite) i' c'aUIu Hi? '-.iillng-. oil njoil ot I'lHrlier ri-: k i? cents lo a1) luwer Ihls morning, whin aalflj Hiucktr and leader quieL with practically little or" no demand for Ihls class of filook at the ixrc-seiit time. A heavy run oi hogs round thrt UlLm soulliern contincnl: Mr -1'alino is Ihe tin king or lhc irorlO. Hi.i home fDr loday'fl li Rt Oruro, Lollvia. 'stino u slorekeepcr iii'a little hsl steady nt-515-.50 for selects, fed aud watered. Sliceji and lamb quotations unchang- e'l. OLIU hundrnil fat sheep passed aver the scales -UiiB at 512. New York Slocks YORK, l.'ec, aalcs: C. P. It.. 13S1J: Ignited Stales Steel, United Slates Steel prc- lerrtd, H3ai. tolvu iu luc Andes ICES than HO years His wife assisted liim as a good n-ile should, nnd. us ho jtrospnrtu, ho ItonghL Jewels lor her. she havlcs a love for such things. Tben came liiul limes. Tho silver mines, upon viliirh Ihe little luoun.lain town he discover that be had. provided Jio Ftairway from the first to Hie secouJ floor. Todaj1 the ships yinion Patiuo aall the and lie proviiles the world with a lirge part of tho lin U uses. His are on three conti- nents. He employs thousands of :ucu. But he ia the same kimlly. generous, cner- gutic man as be was in lhc days whan lio mid his wifu tended In a Jitilc mountain town in the lierc will mc-amre up lo lhc York Uenild reviewer lhat "lhc photo- atatiJard of excclloncy cxittcted play urobably Is as otoi-z an apnroacb. I in Ihe Princess Theatre offering. The in iltonit.urc'as haa been accomplish- f CoiiiEtOL'Ti-Ktllolt Cutnpany hai r.ssc-m-1 od on ihe and The Morning J" hied a cast of UIIUKDH! excellency. I Telegraph afflarcj "the visualized many ol tho playcra bcitij; lucnl favor-. work Is every as strong as the ites. .Some of ihc most iiiua j prJntp.l nuinhers are "An OUl-h'ashloned' Following nre a feir of the com- I Wllft." -llollod Into One." "Till The merits: .J Clouds lloll By." 'The Firs; Day cf i "There are people who arc continual- "Koo-la-loo" and ''XePling Time ly crying for better pictures. To n tiiom wouH say, 'See Miser- Tins Look and lyrics ot "Oh; Hoy" ihles.' Trliutie. are hy Guy llollnn nil-.! I1. G. AVutle-f "Quite Ihe best picture lhal :io-jsc aud the music is by Jerome r Leen seen Y. Timef. Kern. There is a mood ot universal; "In ol plot and human in- A LONG-LIVED FAMILY (Tliimihoti A Simcoe diapfitch says that C'olor oiisied, closed down- Palino had lo do something or go broke. His business was drying up. lie held council wllh his good wife, lie 'told her silver was played out; but thero another metal in lhc mountains which the world must have. That was tin. It ho could get a little money he could Imy vast dc- poslis of tin. my said Senora Pa- tmo. he did. Tie bought old and .ibanilnniMl lin rnincs. Kor years ic. the la-it survivor of r. fain- he slaved and had a desperate time, lly or centenarians, aiid doubtless llie for his ore had lo be transported on lumberman cm Uic coutmtnt, the of animals t died fit Pnrt Dover inbrnlnf; before ;t could be phtpped away and in hlg year. Up til] three days he could not ccL pay until delivery lniiE lo his death he liad enjoyed was mndc in Europe and America First "Big Four" Production, Featuring Doug. Fairbanks, to Be Shown at Empress Thurs. 'ONE OF 7HE BLOOD" IS TITLE OF PLAY (N WHICH FAIRBANKS BREAKS AWAY FROM EVERY PRODUCTION TRADITION THAT HT1 BOOKS IT FOR THREE DAYS. oT lall. erect Ofirn lie near liankmplcr, but he Ftntnvn, strp.iglit r.s Die C'li.iriottcvillo never stopped. People laughed at him nnd pines which he fell- pleaded with him, told him he was crt by hundreds for slilp masts, and hi- rooltsli, but his hid faith In tin. oLtr.ndcd in lit UP duties ahoul llie j tho ycars wcnL On Rnd the linmo of his daufjhlcr. Mrs. h. M- of ,in be cholJi. with whoai and her husband, io town_ WUcn it did be bougln lie had mad P. hi_s liontf'. The. hnac- moro anij moro torrllory .hale caiiRC of Ins donlli was 1C which he knew contained tin. Ant Inning of R fractnred rib lh rough .h cn rro6pcril y sta rtctl It increased. tripping on the eilgt1 of a rug and (ail- Ing agninEt a table I His slsler died at 93, lha of Patlno's brother. n part o Frc.l. nt 103. and lhc other the brgc csporU of lie fl all went inlo the middle nme- except one of whom Colon was on XCT; an immense plant llc cstab ivoiU lo observe- "lie UsEimcnls In various parts ef Knropc hnd onTy Pi yeara" '3 enormous. Incidentally hi nonvVrsatfon with htm n year 1'atlno has Jevreh gnlore. he (he writer of this no to I Year? ago I'allno camo to A merle; lhat he ivork when he was ?Y JtfUh his fnmjly. He brought ivith hln liccauHo lih IKI.-S dicil, and lhat not only Ills own immediate hrolher, who died at 02, liavo hoM, LuL rclallves. All tin been living llicn had ho not mot ivilh ladies had malda. All Iho cbildrei nn acri'Icnl. It loolcs na iT Mr. had nurseB.g All Hie boys had foriune himself had been cuL off in'All iiic inch had valets, his prime liy Irlppins over a rug, Me of herculean hnild, ncrer smoked i f'roin the ship that landed him li or, and was atilc to take care N'cw York, I'alino fc to til (if hiiusclt up lo Iho lime of his accl- which had just bee dent, llc was a native ot completed. JIc to roonia, U. S. Mrthodist of Redlands, IIHB bough', nd will a theatre. The cause ot lhc lire which n'e-ir- f destroyed tho Norfolk, New Olas- leaning hotel, la lo elective wiring. inerrJmenl in "Oh, whicli 5 1 tcrcat Misc-rabtes su the From Millionaire to liaR and Back to Wealth. Farnunt filming ot ho management all classes ol theatre-goers and the i memorable 'Honor System.' story moves ElratKht to a real cHmai.. York American. "A nolc of poignant human interest LEW CODY "MALE WRS dominant through It. VAMP" IN PICTURE: York IlerAld. One ot the most prominent mom-1 "An excellent example of whni ihe hers of the cast supporting Heaiitiiy'l movies caj) Jo for Iho classics uf lii- Ktbcl Clayton iu her latest Paramount V. World. i picture, "Men, WoinHn And .Money." "Lex -MlEorables" comp.i lo Ihe Ool- wbich will be al Iu- "nlal for jiofillvbly IMO days only- night and tomorrow is Cody, I Wednesday, and Thursday next week. known Tar and wide amon? Thursday being Christmas pay, U will patrons as the "mm'- Tamp" o' 1hr> make n vtoridcrlul altracliou at the movies. 1 Colonial. Some of Mr. Cody's most notable j wort was -vlonu hi Cecil B. Do Mllle'e 'KITTY GORDON IN ArtrrafL niftaterpleco, "Don't, ChDnge "PLAYTHINGS OF PASSION'' Your In the pic-! AT COLONIAL TONIGHT lure, Mr. Cody playa the pnri of a. i millionaire cynic nnd idler who be-! "Playthings of Passion" Is a new and _ _.__ 1 powerful lirnma presenting Kitty Cor-! j don in a marvelous array of luxurious 1 costumes, and will he shown at Ihe Colonial irjflay and Thursday only. 1 The Star The name of KHly Gordon is every- j where recognized, as nt-, traction to millions of feminine fans, i while her fame aa an International Beauty is no less a magnet to Ihe ster- ner sci. "Playthings of (he rawest United pcreen offering, gives Jllss Ciordon unnrccodcntod opporLun- ilios for the display of a slarll'Dftly sumpUioua scries of costly lat- est modes, find wonderful millinery In IHE M liUNTER" COLONIAL TODAY and THURSDAY Tiic Star of Stars Kitty Gordon In her very latest erection 'Piajtiilogs of Passion' 12SO.QOO In gowns in Jewels 7.-07E by KlLLy Gordon in "Plar- things of Passion." You have walled a long timo to -ec wonderful Kitty GordoE oti Ihe screen cealn. Now is your cbancc to see her In her very (iiicst picture. AVc cheerfully recommend this attraction. Added Attraction! LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE nntl riotous Lyons-Moran Comedy, "MARRY MY WIFE" Prices; Adulls...35: Children... 10c (or Our Great Christmas Week Attractions an tlie hills surrounding tho One of the says sluulos in Ilollywo-ad. In another place sacrllice. of Ihe a complete French town was con Theatre, where the big picture, will The Author WUIiam Anthony McCJulre. Lbc well-j struclcd, anrl In another section of the studio n Xcw York tenement Htrcet known scennrlo writer and nlayuTtgnt, run all nisi week, he broke away' WB5 erected. A French railway froni every production tradition lhat j lvas needed, so one feet long and knew. This new film was to be Of standard continental design was first release' ihe canlaRes being Iho cinct duplicate of iho type in use abroad. The interiors, lhc cittcrtOTR, are, said to be a revelation ns lo rnagniLudc and beauty. Although Ihc new of Ihe KRirlranka studios Is among tlie largest ever built. It was not large enough for a. tremendous in- terior of a palace. So one end of tiio gigantic stage was reniOTc-.l and CO feet ot flooring added to filvo the proper proportion lo tliis beautiful and Imposing From iho of (he niain floor to the cameras measured feet, '-.vhicli makes this probably inc largest Interior ever through United Ar'ists Conioratlon Lhc "Hie inasmuch as H was lo be his bow as n genuine Jmle- pendenl, producer distrjbulor, "Doug'' look "Ihc lid off Ihc cash box." From every standpoint of produc- tion settings atmosphere, players nnd mechfinical- equipment "One of tho mood" Is reported lo ouishinc liilug IhaL Mr. Fairbanks has here- tofore altcmpLcd. The story, which was prepared by Joseph Jlrnalerry, Mr. Fairbanks' di- rector, .inth the asslslancc" of IJanks worked over for eight It deals with the adventures of n young New Yorker who lives oil excilemcnt. Ilia unqiiencliahlc thirst for new (hrillE, leads him ".croaa Iwo contlncnls and the sellings necessary Tor the porlrnyril o( Iho story have cost a Lldy fortune, a Village A Mexican village built in Iho used in ft motion SispptTtlnp -Mr. I-VrhankH arc many film and stago favorites Sn- eluding Marjory Daw, Frank Cain- penu, Sam aolhcrn, famous Ncvf York and arinr and brother of K. IL Solhcrn. Laiigrton. .iny Dwigglns, "IJulV Montana Me- Qunrrlc, Will Gillis and I'hil Gas- Irojc. .1! fur use In the U.S. In 1020. aparlrncnls werc ahown l T. P. O'CONNOR, M.P. Who lend tlio opposition to tho Irish Homr. llnlo Wll In Iho llrltlsll lloiiec of CoinnioD3. jlie woulrl (ako Lhciii, Init ho would 'like to fife Eomc more. Ilo saw more. he said. 1 want lliese. Show me somo more." The astonished ho I el man f ho wed nil Iho rooms on one floor and when 1'Mino loiik all of thorn lie got tho Hliock of his life. "f.el mo sec sonic Bald lhc Bolivian. He was taken lo Iho floor nbovc. lie engaged all tho rooms, on I Hint Hoor. I "T think that wilt rtot" he said. j Tlirn ho went to tho ship and brought back his vsrly. Jliil thnl was only the beginning. When the Indies wanted (o Phop H rccjulroj nil iho 1-i.xls In the Imme- diate neighborhood to accommodate Lhiiim When 'they swooned down on Ixwd A; Taylor'a, Stern's. Waiiainaker'e, Macy's, McCreerj-'s. and puch places, they in raptures and the clerks Vcrc startled. They shopped until they had every- ilng their fancies craved. Ono day Scnor Palfno got a tele- gram calling bfm lo Mexico, lie or- dered a special Iral.i, Later, he got word lual the project railing him lo Mexico was held up. lie asked the railroad people to hold lhc special train with Blenni up until lie wai ready to dcjinrl. ll VMS W rtnys hp'oro ho iho final word. Then (t was not ucces- TONIGHT AND Ethel Clayton -IN- Men Women and Money A ptclura which is tnic lo (hi litlc. nntl oiiR-of the most Inter- esting find sensational that Wa have ever shown. Sco 1C. "RIP AND STITCH, TAILORS" A two-reel comedy scream, I Adults...25c Children...10o 3 Days Start- ing THURS. 'ONE OF THE BLOOD' BIG TENEMENT FIRE- POLICE HAID ON AN UNDERW0.1UD DIVE- RACING AND NEW AND AND A LOT OF AND A PRETTY GIRL ON THE OTHER SIDE OF A CASTLE WAUL THHILL IN THE- MIDDLE OF IT ALL! PRICES: 10c Evening 10o Adulti............... 35c Adults 35c AT THE COLONIAL TOPAY AND THURSDAY IN K. P. HALL FRIDAY NIGHT December 19th AT 9.03 P.M. SHARP RAYMOND ORCHESTRA ATTENDANCE IN AdmlBtlon )1.0Q per Couple 25c Extra Ladies MAJESTIC Theatre TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT _ THE MUSrCAL EVENT OF THE SEASON Tho Foiilh New York Prfncess Thealrs Musical Comedy Success Ths Season's Greatest MuslcnF Comedy Triumph THE SMARTESTAHD BRIGHTEST ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES Not p a cast and chorus very much alive and up-to-date Sincere, Danctra and Comedians from ihc New York Princess Thealn, Where "Oli Boy" played Eighteen Months. IB Catchy Whlalley Gayely, Music, Cclar and Fun, Get Vour Seats Now at Armstrong end Ha worth's 50c, A MOVIE ;