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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, nECEMHEH 17, 1910 THE I.n DAILY PAGE FIVE DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS ind l THE METROPOLITAN'S FAMOUS GENERAL MANAGER Her. closed ir lo higher; liisrlt-y 6% rj V I fins, unchanged to -VjC low- j 10 higher. Winnipeg Markets I May Wi Do: May May Oals 2 C.W 1 Kee.l Truck S P.V.' 164 4 Tra-lt X.W.C D 512 l .470 3 f.W Tnick Closo 155 r.ic MlVi 517 173 51G Calgary Livestock Dec. Tlu're were nho'it rnrtlf. OIL Ihe market at Ihe Blockynrds today. Yesterday ntter- zjoon six choice stuff, made SI4.0') a ie-.v choice heavy Tmlp.y ll load of licavy Here- ford cows v.-ere solil at 511.50. TJu- ItiiLance of yood hulcher cows niatlc fS.OCt to SS.75, Mltlt common cowa, fC.UO lo 5S.75; heavy hellers. 57.50 to SS.OO; light heifers, JG.F.O lo S7.50; hulls, good luuc'jers. SC.09 lo 5G.21; hD'ognas, 54.50 tti K3CL1 veal calves. J7T.O to 57.70. .Select nogs. otf cars. Winnipeg Livestock t Dec. (Dominion! livestock branch) 1'ccoipU thia morn- i inn were 1.423 cattle, 1140 ;md j The thrown, billing cattle I amounted to cattle conaigrcr. to j STREET CARS STALLED [Heves that f-v-iy girl has her price. bf, its Buchanan, be- SASKATOON. Dec. driving comes atqunintcj with ilarwl MUWk- wind, atcompanted ty a light Er.ow- ton, however, which pun S3 played liv fall, but with rising temperature, Miss Clayton, he finds that his" iheor- struck Sftskatoon last, night about nine its aro all wroujr and this changes lit.-; o'clock, Several f-trte; c.ira yore whole on How stalled in portions of city, finally wins and love otherwise no inconvenience v.-as tuo hu has insulted is a nios; feature of tlie picture, Othtni prominent Ike casi are Irving CuJumliiKM. Sylvia Ash lor. J Greenwood, LMna Mae Coop- I cr, Leslie Stewart, Fay Holdd-ness, Helen Duubar, Marie Newell aud oln- Tiie story was written !jy Cosmo Hamilton. aod Jieulah Mario Dii put The temperature tbls morning above zero. WHY WILLIAM SCREEN IDOL "The Man Huntor" at ths Theatre Shows Reasons Star's Popularity. Empresi (or it into continuity form. "LES HISERABLES" COMES TO COLONIAL NEXT WEEK Human interest is the keynote of has provMed in "Playthings of Pas- a story eminently fitted by its striking situations and feminine ap- lic-al as an unrlvale-.l screen vehicle for Ctorilon'a attractive person- ality aurt artistry. This Pietur; Ino skllitui ulrectlou of aiii tha Miasterly of Kotjer'. Itruntou this sftcotnl of ttie ?eries of Kitty Gordoij suiierfeature.i sets a high stan- dard of merit. !ls variety of sellings contrasts the luxury of stately homes, thy homeli- ness of tenements; barefoot terp5k'h- orcao scenes that entertain the rich; and the more simple, yet true to dauct. of the poor; the terriftc sceno where the Jtcv. John Sterling his momentous sacrifice to 5avo a soc- ial realistic and grip- comedy, loo, has a place In this fascinating story. The Repress Theatre will show William Farnum III "Tho Man. Hunter" for Uie last Urns today. All lovers of moving even those who Fox's production of "Lea aro not fond of the Miserable" according to the dramatic j critics of New York City who wit- nessed the initial how ing or the pic-j not fail to eeo this photoplay. Ululio (Jatli-Casazza, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera Cor.1.- puny, N'ew York, plotting the repertoire of a week. iiry for him ui go. He paid for the, holding of the train the 3i> days. "OH BOY" AT MAJESTIC TO- jure when It was presented at tho NIGHT AND THURSDAY NIGHT Lyric Theatre. Now York City. The1 i production also was praised because "Oh Boy" the smartest and bright-: of the care ant] accuracy with which est musical comedy ot many ihe Victor Hugo story been fol- and the fourth New York Frlucesa lowed. William Fanuirti, in the role Theatro musical comedy success, will of Jean Yalcan, geiicipUy waa credit-: come lo the Majestic tonight ami ed with having scored the triumph of j Thursday night. his screen career. The "Oh, Hoy" comedy which will I It was the judgment of The New cnyt-nr here will measure up to ibe York Herald reviewer that "the photo- Ugh standard of excellency expected play probablv is 33 close an approach in the Princess Theatre offerings. The in literature as haa been accomplish-' the Philadelphia Public Ledger.) Simon Patino Is the' Rockefeller ol (he southern continent: Mr -Palino There are apiiroiinately he.i.t js ihe tin king of the world. His home ir rail] is Ihe for today's is at Ornro, bolivia. 1-.1.IIUIT. ol, most urstlcs of He haa a great marble mansion in Oruro. The architect (5id nobly in I carrying out Patlno's orders, lint not until near the lime of completion did Thitfv Years Ago He Kepi discover that he had provided Jio ct "t, fi. T -it-t ni stairway from lite firsl to Ihe second n0or. Today the ships or Siiuon Patino j sail the seas and lie provides the world with a large part of Ihe tin it uses. ct t, fi. T -it-t ni Small Store in a Little Town- In the AudfS I'titeher i? '25 cents lo a') routs lower this morning, whiLi salej were .slow. Stacker and leader trade f exceptionally quiet with practically little or" no demand for this class of slock al She prweat time. A heavy run of hogs found thfj market steady -tit. 515-.50 for selects, fed and watered. Sheep ami lamb quotations unchang- One hundred fat passed over the scales ihiB morning at New York Slocks YORK, i.'ec. sales: O. It.. 13STs; United States Steel, lori't: United States Steel pre- ferred, ,n-a mUe A LONG-LIVED FAMILY town in the Andes less then years His wife assisted him as a good wife should, nnd. as ho prospered, hej bought lewels for her, she having love for such tilings. Then' came liail times. Tho silver mines, upon -winch Ihe liltle juouu.lain lown erisled. closed down. had lo do something or go broke. His business was drying up. He heltl council with his good wife. He 'told her silver was played ouli but there another metal in the mountains which the, world must have. That was "i" coutj grt a little money he could uuy vast de- posits of tin. my said Senora Pa- lino. His refineries are on three conti- nents. He employs thousands of :ueu. lint he ia the same kindly, generous, ener- getic man as he was in the days whnn ho and his good tended store fn a Jillle inounlain lown in the Andes. y deslroycrt the Norfolk, New Glas- gow's leaning hotel. Is ascribed lo [elective wiring. (Htimillon A Kimcoe (lispfttch says that Color Reluctantly he did. He bonsht old and abandoned tin mines. For years l.afortiiiie. Ihe last survivor of r. fam- he slaved and had a desperate lime, ily of centenarians, and doubllcss HID for his ore had to be transported on olciesl lumberman on the continent, bacis of animals I AnUifagasIa riieil at 1'rtrt Dover indrninir before il could be shipped away nnd In Ms 102nd yc.-ir. Up lill three clays be could nol get pay until-delivery previous lo his death he had enjoyed was nude in Kurope nnd America, excellent lirallli, was of lall. erecl Often lie near bankruptcy, bill ho First "Big Four" Production, Featuring Doug. Fairbanks, to Be Shown at Empress Thurs. 'ONE OF THE BLOOD" IS. TITLE OF PLAY WHICH FAIRBANKS BREAKS AWAY FROM EVERY PRODUCTION TRADITION THAT HH BOOKS IT FOR THREE DAYS. ftatnvc, strp.igiit r.s Did CiMrioltcvJIlo nnd Walaingham pines which, he fcll- crt by for masts, and h la liltlo duties about (lio i homo of his daughter, Mrs. K. XI-1 choiJF, with whom, and her hiisbancl, lie had made, bis Tho, Imae- diate cawso cf his death was the SIP- tFitning n[ a fractured rib through tripping on the eilgf> of a rug anil (ail- ing agninst a table. His sisfer died a hrother. -Frc'1. at 103. neier stopped. I'cople laughed at him, pleaded with him, told him he was fllisii, hut Ind faith in tin. as the years went on nnd the price of lin advanced, prosjieriiy be- to flau'n. When it did lie bought, more nnd inoro mountain territory which he Itnew contained tan. Anil when prosperity started It increased. Today the shipments oE Patfno's tin mtkc np n considerable part oi other three larKfl ctporta of He an inmicnae plant fronting Vork Hay-. He hag cstab- jllis wealth is enormous. Incidentally, iSenorn I'atino ha3 Jevrels gnlore. ____i all went into the middle nine- -i! tits, except one of whom Colon was on v-ont lo observe: "He died young; j Knrope. In conversation with him n year he (he writer of this noto i Tears ago I'atino camo to America that he quit work when he was ;Vf j wilh his family. (He brought with him liecaime bn.-s died, and that only hlg own Immefliate honsc- Irrolher. who died at ?2, might liavo ihoM, but all liifi relatives. All llic been living tlien liarl ho not met with ladles hail maids- All tho children on accident. It loofcs aa if Mr. hatl nuraea. All Hie boys had tutors forEiine himself had been cuL off in r All the men had valcta, his prime liy tripping over a rug, He I %vas of herculean build, never smoked j From the ship that landed him In or rlrank. Tintl was atilc to take, care New York, Falino to tho Knickerbocker, which had just been (if himself up to the time of his acci- dent, lie was a native of Montreal, U. S. Home use in the U.S. in 1020. completed, rooms. Whc: He askcil to see some In tiiem we wouH sav, 'Sen Les Miser- Tins book and lyrics ot "Oh; Boy" York Triune, are hy Guy Iloltnn a-i-.! P. G. AVoiie-f -Quite the best" picture that house aud the music is by Jerome been seen Y. Kern. There is a mood ot universal: "in strength of plot and human in- merriment in "Oh, Boy" which pleases i tcreat Lea Miserables surpasses the all classes ol theatre-goers and the' memorable 'Honor System.' story mores straight to a real climax, j York American, "A note of poignant human interest LEW CODY "MALE Was dominant through it VAMP" IN PICTURE [York Herald. One of the jnost prominent inom-1 "An excellent example of what ihe hers of the cast supporting lieautify'l movies caj) do for the classics of Ethel Clayton ia her latest Paramount i Y. World, picture, "Men, Women And Money." "Les -Miscrables" come." to the Col- which will be shoK-n at lo- onlal for positively two days night and tomorrow is Cody, Wednesday, and Thursday next week, known far and wide among ?t-rean Thursday being Christmas Day, it patrons as the "nini" vamp" o? 1 Tin make wonderful attraction at tbe movies. 1 Colonial. J Some of Mr. Cody's most nolaMe I KITTY GORDON IN C.ity ot Iledlands, has bough' :iid will operate a theatre. cork was dono in Cecil B. Do Mllle'g Tho cause ot the fire which nejr- j Artcraft mnaterpEece, "Don't t Your In tiie present pic-! lure. Mr. Cody playa the part- of ai millionaire cynic nnd idler who be- J 'PLAYTHINGS OF PASSION AT COLONIAL TONIGHT "Playthings of Passion" is a new an When Donfilas Fairbanks began the filming of "One of tlie says Iho management of the Theatre, where the big picture lin run all nest week, he broke away from every production tradition that he knew. This new film wag to be Cousins first release through United Ar'ists "liig inasmuch as il was to be liis bow as n genuine inde- pendent producer EMU distributor, "Doug'' took "the lid off the cash box." From every standpoint of produc- atmosphere, players nnd mechanical- of tho Blood" is reported lo ouishine auyllilug that Mr. Fairbanks has here- tofore attempted. The story, which was prepared by Joseph Hnnalerry, Mr. Fairbanks' di- rector, the assistance of Hanks worked over for eight weeks. It deals with the adventures of A young New Yorker who lives on excitement. Ilia un quench a hie thirsl for new thrills, leads him ".cross two continents and the settings necessary for the portrayal of the story have cost a Udy forlnne. hills surrounding the HiirbfinkV studios in Hollywood. In another place sacrifice, a complete French town was con- structed, ami in another section of fdon in a marvelous array of luxurious costumes, and wil! bo shown at the Colonial today anil Thursday only. The Star The name of Kitty Gordon is every- where recognized as nt.- j traction to millions of feminine fans, j while her fame as an International Beauty is no less a magnet to the sler- ner ses. "Playthings of (he newest United pcreen offering, gives Miss Gordon unprecedented opportun- ities for the display of a starllEnffly sumpluous series of costly robes, lat- est modes, and wonderful millinery in this story of a preat man's greater Buii! a Village Qunrrlc, A Mexican village was built in tho Irox. The Author William Anthony McCiuire, Ihe well- die studio a New York tenement street fcnown scenario writer and playwright, was erected. A French railway line ivas needed, so one feet long and of standard continental design was laid, 'the carriages being the exnct duplicate of tiie type in use abroad. Tho Interiors, Ulsa Iho exteriors, am said to be a revelation bo'h ns to magnitude and beauty. Although the new stage of Ihe Fairbanks studios Is among Hie largest ever built, It was not large enough for a. tremendous in- terior of a palace. So one end of tho gigantic stage was remove-'.! and CO feet ot flooring added to (jive the proper proportion to tliis beautiful and Imposing scene-. From tho of the niaiii floor to Ihe cameras measured 330 feet, '-.vhich makes this probably (Tic largest interior ever used in a motion picture. Supp.TtlnR Mr. I-VrbankH aro many film and stage favorites in- cluding Marjory TXiw, Frank Cam- peau, Sam Solhorn, famous Xev? York and London ami brother of K. H. Solhern. LEIlinn Langrton. .lay Dwiggins, "Dull" Montana Albert Me- Gillis and Phil Gas- T. P. O'CONNOR, M.P. Wlio -wil] lend tlio opposition lo the Irish Home ilulo liill in Ilic llridfh Iluuec of Commons. apartments were shown lo jlio would (ako them, Init ho would 'like to see sonic more. Ho saw more. he snld. 1 iv.int llicsc. Show me sonio more." The astonished hotel man showed all iho rooms on one floor nnd when I'atino all of them lie gol tho nlwck ot his life. 1 "Let mo see sonic said the lie was taken lo Ihe floor He engaged all tho rooms, on Illiat ffoor. j "T think that will do." he said. Then lio went to the ship and brought back his parly. Hill that was only the beginning. When the ladies wanted to shop II retiulroj nil iho hxls In the Imme- diate neighborhood to accommodate them-. When 'they swooped down on Al [man's, Lord A: Taylor's. Stern's. Wanainaker'6, Macy's, McCreery's. and such places, 'hey viprt- in raptures and the dorks ve'ro startled. They shopped until they had every- thing their fancies craved. Ono day Scnor Palino got it telo- gram calling hfm to Mexico, lie or do red a specfal train. Later, he got word llial Iho project railing Kim to Mexfco was hold up. lio asked Ihe railroad people to hold the special train with steam up until he was ready to depart. Il VMS HO days before ho Kof- Iho final word. Then (t M-RS not ucces- TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Ethel Clayton Men Women and Money A picture which is tnic lo thi li'Ie. anil one-of tlio most Inter- esting and sensational that is'3 have ever shown. Sec It, "RIP AND STITCH, TAILORS" A two-reel comedy scream, Adults...25c THE COLONIAL TOPAY AND THURSDAY DANCE IN K. P. HALL FRIDAY NIGHT December 19th AT 9.00 P.M. SHARP RAYMOND ORCHESTRA ATTENDANCE Admission )1.00 per Couple 25c Extra Ladies COLONIAL TODAY and THURSDAY EMPRESS TONIGHT FOR LAST TIME From Millionaire to Ueg and Back to Wealth. Farnum in Tiir tun iMiuTTmi int sunn nuNTilr The Star of Stars Kitty Gordon In her very latest creation 'Playthings of Passion' in gowns in Jewels rvorn by Kltly Gordon in "Play- things of Passion." Vou have wailed a long time- to ;ec wonderful Kitty Gordon on ihe screen again. Now is your chance to see her in her very finest picture. AVc cheerfully recommend this attraction. Added Attraction! LATEST SCREEN MAGAZINE and riotous Lyons-Moran Comedy, "MAHRY MY WIFE" Prices; Adults... 35; Children.. ,10c Watch for Our Grtat Christmas Week Attraction.; 3 Days Start- ing THURS. OF THE BLOOD BIG TENEMENT FIRE- POLICE RAID ON AN UNDERWORLD DIVE- RACING AND NEW WONDEKFUL AND AND A LOT OF AND A PRETTY GIRL ON THE OTHER SIDE OF A CASTLE WALL THRILL IN THE' MIDDLE OF IT ALL! Evening PRICES: 10c 10c Adulti AdulU 35c 35c MAJESTIC Theatre TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON Tho Foulh New York Princess Thtatrs Musical Comedy Succesi Ths Season's Greatest Musical Comedy Triumph THE SMARTEST BRIGHTEST Sm'OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES Not a 3 cast and churus very much alive and up-io-daie Singers, Dancera and Comedians from (he New York Princess Theatre, Wliere "Oh Boy" played lor Eighteen Months. 18 Catchy Whlstley Cayely, Music, Colar and Fun, Get Your Seals Now at Armstrong snd Haworth's 50c, A MOVIE ;