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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TlintSDAY. iDKCUMHtfll 18, rHK LETlintUIXlK DAILY ItmM.D. DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PA OH MARKETS OraTl lo Met1. closr-d today }tc hlgbcr to lower. higher lo lie luwdr. Flax 9c lo lower. Hye iu higher. Winnipeg Markets O.VTR-- Opr-ii. December May 'J3U July fc''a, L'O'a HAHU3Y-- December 1C ]3S-; KLAX-- December May UYK--r December 1 Caih Kiira No. I Fc'eJ .Vo. 1 Kecd.. SU Track No. 3 Track........... 506 MO Xo. J No. -I C.W...lo? .............1G1 IMPLICATES FRIEDR1CH IN TIH2A MURDER KjLirlsh Karolyl, couelu (of Count Mltbael Kiirolyi.1 rcneU'H in an open letter lo the chief of hta charge Ibal Slefau Krlfdrlcb, [orim-r Hungarian iireuile'r. Implicated In tho of C'omil Tlsia. Kormer Premier Kriedrltb has bctn mlerroguteij by Iho but hU aflldavils have not Leeu mudc public. ML. No. 2 C.W...4S7 .17 _Xo. 1 X.W.tt No. fJAV-.-SW Track No. i: CAV................ Cjlgary Livestock CAIXiAHY, DtL-. hundred caitlu, 121 calves nnd oil! IIOI'B, of whirb latter, 101 worn en through bill- Ing to New Westminster, were cd a.t tlie siock yards today. ilciwrn of a drop of one LO two cents In Chi- cago and I'nltcil State.- markets niiidc buying slow and prices dropped cents lo fl-00. llcst steers, ?1u to good butcher, SS [o roni- juou slccrs, SC lo heavy cows, It; J3.GO; common, lo A Tew yearling, beef helfcra. lo J7.25; common heifers. ?6 lo 56.00; no bulls were sold at noon. Goo-J veal calves to common and thin m SO. Select hogs, JIG.25 to 50. Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Due. re- ceipts. 414. fleevy bcof steers. 113.00 lo chnlcc butcher 512.15 10 I1II.OO: rUolce butcher heifers. to choice butcher cows, to 810.75. Calf recripls. 21. Choice milk cows. to fl75; choice- springers, ?10ti lo Sheep receipts. Ewes, ST.Ci) Lp JS.oO; Inmbs, SG.OO to fS.OD. Hog receipts, Lights, heavies, 315.75; sous, Lo Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. Dec. HaeciptB this morning were IS calllB, if.'iUG hogs, and Through billing cattle amounted to 140 head, consigned to South St. Paul ami Toronto. Bidding this morning was a little keener for most, grades of catllc, and choice quality lulcher stock- were selling a shade stronger. 1 There was n fairly lie.ivy run o( hogs, for today's trading nnrt biddm'g opened sU for selee'E. fed and watered. Good quality sheep and lambs were nboui Eleaily. HE HAD A TICKET LAWRENCE, Mass.. Dec-. atrt'cta. in ivhiclj wire FUK'JI he textile riots in 1911', were Ihc KCCIIO of a. different dcinonslnillon to- wh'.'ti thousands of v.orlicrd TefL their rnindtCA and luurna (o greet William M. Wood, president of lhe Am nrican Woollen company. Masses oi men, women an} children, without or- der, but all with friendly Intent, rep- ic.ic'ntinf; at) outpouring of oucrati from llic four plants nf the company hero welcomed the company's head. President Wood came ;m apostle of Inwcr living costs. Ills vlsll was for Ihc purpose of holding a confer- ence with lhe chamber of commerce in connection with, hU demand thai Lliy coal 01 necessities in the retail storc-a be reduced. He announced thai unless such a marking ivaa car- rkJ out he would eel up a dcnarlmcn tal store Qt which ail employees coitU Imy at ccisL all necessities from "hard j ware to liolhing and from soup to 1 nuts." Later, after a brief speech, Mr Wood proceeded to ihe conference with the merchants, wMle the work 5 began lo drift back to the mills le four plants of the American Wool company hero employ per ns. It was estimated thai about 10. of Lhcs9 wero In the slrcc Tho business men of tin y at the conference ag isl Iho charge that I Ley had beci ofiteerlng at the expense of the mil i; rat (YDS by adyanclng nrlces cacb; me that rragcs were raised and ,quol- flgurcs to support Lfaelr statements. President Wood requested lhal all c statements which the merchants mid make lo prove Ihslr conlftntions i submitted to litm In writing, said s information that local prices were nrcasonabij high vrae giTohti7ilnous" id was specific as Lo place, prices id names. Only New York, he said, i the face of hla Information, are ring costs higher tlian In Lawrence. 1L was agreed to draw up a stale- cnl In behalf of tho businessmen hlch will be preserved to President 'ood. The conference was adjourn- without Immediate result. Ohio. Dec. 17.-- Charlcs Johnson. Go yeara old, far- inerT living at Ralom, was In Clcvnlaud today wlih a. reserv- ed seat ticket so as lo he in the front row when HID world came to an end. After goii-E to a house where the "beginning of the nnd" WHS lo he staged and finding that no one Ihcrc had crcn lieard Ihe end was At hand. Johnson complained lo ihc police. "Two mon csmc to me last Sat- urday nnd sold me a reserved SPA! for he said. "They told mo the members o[ my religious helief were lo await for the end la CleveUnu." A-ATOOM1CE fyit is Iroc tnitfour out of fivo ,p1e over forty nuffcr from gum- Jihrinkagc, or Pyorrhca D if easel. B-Jt mnny people even under thirty have Pyorrhca. Women, (particularly after tha baby cozacs, peculiarly subject to Pyorrhtd. [At euch lima Jhcy cannot be too Careful about their teeth. Pyorrtfa comracnccs with (cncicr rgums, e-rwithcum-blrcding, altoolli- ,brush litnc. Uraduully Iho puma be- come aponzry. They f aflame and Ihcn, 'nhrlnt. The Icsth bccoma exposed to decay at Ihc and liny open- ings in Iho gums become tho breed- ing1 places of gcrraa which lulcct Iho other fiilmenU, i t Bewtre oi tnct Hrtt gum Ccn-kr- newl Try Forhan'.i for the giims. U positively prevents Pyorrhea, in tirae rr.d'iisr.d Ko ordiacry tooth paslo do k AndPornfln'fldcniislotthficion'.ifi- cally na well. Iccth vllk it. It keeps tho teeth Jf Mart using" Fofhr.n's And cors-.iH n, for cpecml treat- mcnt, 35c and COc All Druggists, FOHIIAN'S LTD., Montreal, Cai Ida. forhairs FOR THE GUMS aO It was suiiej tho Inquiry will be watched with the closest 'URhed as rapidly as And eyes: Every- man In DtlermliKiUon to conduct the slijEaUoii resulted from charges ihiu of Ine old ones, -'jrulore had Catered a conspiracy i WHS looking ''juiit limit tho production coal :-nd at they were jolneil In a similar ilracy liy EONIO of Ihe micicri. ih-> audk-cce, aud we'll 11 nissued elie him." llor tu little ruaniic-ris voice, vivacioua carc-frc-e Lifting anil dancing, niike? her quiso the outatii'jciluK luember of a. t-levLr anl I well-balxucod You'll like Charlino, and, likius lu-r, you'll be s-.ire to tike tbe whole sbow. Roy GuiEll ploys part of (he young brideeroont j-tjmcTihat in !jii nunjtcr.s by a i-Mil. Hnrry HoU. the fricnrt oi thr young deliKbted IK- A luMi'Iiome you.ii; man, a jjjoi anil exculleni sir-tnr. Miss Muriii tin? New Paramount-Artcraft Picture One inf TllG trKJe, is cveryiliijig of GreMcsl Thus Far for-ilainty flemure und WJ- Produc-d raiii-s In ihc tieorgo Mlams portniys a constablR in manner riilhcr now ID and A superb, dnuniitic: Paramount-Art craft feature "Thi> v.-hicb will be on viciv al tho Empress J 'Hie a! re very bhorlly is declare J to be one of tbc great screen j ilramas of reconl yenrs. It was wrii-1 morp TIlc LE9 MISERABLES TO BE CHRISTMAS OFFERING AT THE COLONIAL To piv? a', ihc Colorriil I wa.i more hnr Imper- g Ucn. ulsl. eonatlon oi C'li-i.ii.sir.i is the fucs of ibis I ary svilb u: Hit spukvu iiJta tLc t'arnurn, ihe great acior. Tiill be i-.t OK- i'olonial Theairi- c'l'tn-: on anl ThiirbJuy i.C'hrisv i mas Kic atnl Uiy> in a I ior ib' aiupc-udous Bcrt-cji prcdunlon of j Inr ML-er-[ s, t.'icde for J-'os iKiJtr rllro'.lloa of KrLitik l.loyd. who di-, (lock t 13 one Ihsi rule. Tbo all, really posstss votct-s that ilo not sountl like IUG crcakini; of tlie barn door. The numbers uf (he play were delightfully rendered. r. MAN-HATER YIELDS TO CUPID'S DARTS IN NEW COMEDY "GIRLS" If you want to srt? Ihe uncondition- al surrender of a certain its acraving relatives. Anil the iu side, when lie, Liaviup charigcd his :iaiuc and become wealthy, Js ItudinR i helping liRnd to every one arourd nun. Then, too. the wonderful Bjiirit hut mskcs him renounce itic joys 10 hns had in life is -hoivn in remurk- hits of jtctiiis by this maeler rat- William Farnuni. YOT Ihia pro-luciion Williaoi Kov Iiad built In Kort Let-, a icctioii oi streets in Paris. Nothing has been omitted to make the entire produclion rcitllatlc and tnie to Victor HUGO'S J Those who hare read the Look, or I who unyihinc of Joan Valjean.' arc in for a rare treat u-litm this pic-i "urcj is at the Colonial Tlicaire licit i club and Hie sensational capture ol this forms the basis of one ol rr.osl stones nvcr screened. ijts Ieador membcr? liy CupUl and A cast of unusual strength portrays j ageiits ECC Marqucrilc Clark. the cxacllng roles in Ihc picture. Tom] paramount star, and the Mcighan, well known as one of the cast ora men on thc screen. I whicU in her new picture. i he sboivn at Star- has ihe chief part. Others arc Elinor [arid and Saturday. Fair. Delly Common. FXJII Cliaucy, .1. i Famcla Gordon, the role played by Dumont, Butt. smri is a confirmed uii-.n-lialcr. lu Turner, Lucille Ilutton and Joseph J-1 fact. Lor views on the subject are ?n UoirHng. jconfirmeil tbal she peeks to convert. ether strls lo lior prir.ciiilc MAJESTIC LAST TIME TONIGHT AT L'cniatock. Klliol', iiml Ge.s.i. Inc. i- The lili ITUIV---S Tiiealrc XOM York Muaica? C'omtily Supreme, Musical i'.'iiy Dvcnt LAST TIMES TONIGHT ETHEL CLAYTON "MEN, WOMEN, AND MONEY" '-One of Blood" Which Will Shown at Empress Thealre Has Many Notable Pfayers formed a man-hale rs' rluu consisting of herself and L'.ro othnr girls, her room-mBtCF.. .Uut one by one her converts reel the pleasant sting of CupH's darts and fall out of the ranks, leaving Ihc LiiUe heroine of the etory alone to wage her warfare on and man. But her batlit ia H hirJ on? ;tnd the way she is finally bosled and forced to capitu- latc to Commanderin-Cliicr Cupid and, hie opposing' forces, of a ie 3'oung and ardent sweetheart named Edgar Uolt, is said 'o he one 01 tbc moel delightful corneily-romancee ever "CLEOPATHA." GREAT FILM SPECTACLE AT THE COLONIAL It v.'ill be welcoir.q news to Ibe vast' host, of photoplay fans of this cilr to learn thai one of thu most ate produclions lhat has ever beta 1 made !s booked for an cerly showing j at the Colonial Theatre. Thy iiicturo is calicj anJ Theila Bara plays Ihe role ol tuc famous vampire whose charms caused i Aninny'in ronoynce Home. ThcpIcLura 3 said to bo even more elaborate than X Grifiith's "Intolerance." which up to the present time has been Ihe standard by which all great pnotoniay productions have been judged. Tha picture- is booked for a four-day en- "One of the IDouglas Fair- seen on the ccreen. Lanks' new picture fnd the. first re- The Play-hy Clyde J-ileli, lease of United Artieis ,tvhldl picture ivas adapted the Ba-onllcd "Big be r Ie hlSScst of (ealurca on lhe of lhe Kmpra whcn Presenled ou the WINNIPEG, Dec, Is no ope for relief from Ihc present high rices for sonic time, lo come, accord ng to n statement Issued by memherj t the board of commerce today. There will be no rollef, the commie- loners declare, until trade condition! elurn to normal. "WHh Iho high price of anJ ill! feeds end the creating of the for- Ign ilemftntl for all products, It la lopclcss for some timo lo expect ollef from present price he t-omnislsroncrs asserL PrcEcnt condillona have been seln- id upon by somO (Icalcra to profiteer, he hoard It (3 pointed out, lotsuver, IhaL nil lilgh prices arc not he result ol profiteering. .Many are lue lo natural Increases forced by con- ditions growing out of, Ihc war, Tho eipcrl. I ratio ia being fostered o the benefit of. manufacturers and iroducers at tho aspcnec of Ihc con-, er. i? another allegation. Theatre for three, days siartine today. The production demanded :iol only very unusual and elaborate Huttings, which were provided without reckon- ing tbc cost, but also called for an exceedingly strong cast to support "Dong" in his Journeyin.es through the picture. As in the case of ihc scttitiEs, Mr. Fairbanks gavp his director, Joseph Ifcnuberry, carte blanche lo EGCUTC the best talent available regardless oE The feminine teail is played by Mar- jory Daw who has nun- appeared op- posite Mr. Fairbanks in six of hia bcgl productions. When il Is remembered that "Dong" uscs rather .heroic meas- ures to rescue damsels from distress, it will be understood that It requires some eiperieiicc to play opposite him. In his now picture dauntless "Doug" performs numberless ni.raculous stunts for tl.o sake of lha filrl anil so splendidly has sbQ carried out her part !c the picture Ibat stnrdom JB shortly to be her reward. NO MASSACRE OF fflUTISH GARRISON LONDOX, Dec. Official denial of the rcrorl circulated by tho RiiGaLnn Dolahovlkl that hosUlc Persians na-.l masjscrcd the British garrison of To Physicians and Surgeons: Have you a case you can- not cure? "The Miracle is coming to the- Km press. COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT (THURSDAY.) The SUr of Stars in hPr very lalcfL "fashion show" creation "PLAYTHINGS OF PASSION" Other Excellent FRIDAY AND Watch for our MONSTER WEEK END SHOW FHIOAY AND SATURDAY MARGUERITE CLARK Rollicking, Tuneful, Musical Comedy Makes Decided Hit Wilh Firal-Nighiers Here Again Tonight. ilage. KITTY GORDON IN "PLAYTHINGS OF PASSION" At COLONIAL LAST TfME TONIGHT Apropos or Ihc elaborate gowns wardrohc wblcli it is an- notinccd Kitty Gordon displays in her latest screen suncr-fenlure, "Play- things of which will be offer- ed for the InFl times tonisbl .it HIP Ihc followiue Hems culled from an authemtb list is of lo Icminlno readers: Miss Clnrdon wears in one scene an ermine cloafc i valued al and J Hie ermine tn this scene Is a fan ostrich plumes priced aL In the same picture this popular actress' neck Is adornod by a rope of pearls said to have cost Miss Gordon 000. Muny of Miss Gordon's gowns are of her own designing. On cno, In par tlcular In her present screen play Miss Gordon sols grcal store. It is ol an exquisite shade of luniuolse. Tho foundation ia nf salin, tbc bodice o heavy silk frlngo. caught over the shoulders with a tiny band of riiine stones. In front 11 ia caught al Ihc waist wltb R jjlrdlo of soft shaded vcl vet flowers. The skirt roivs of deep fringe and clings lo figure. A hai with bird of paradise feathers costing Jl.OOO; earrings valued a pin with fifteen diamonds o over two carats In weight, and thirl; smaller stones; n. diamond lavallieri wilh garnet centre; n gold niftsli bai priced al J2.500, anil n. ssble coa for aro the to nls h Ing iidonjmciUa revealed Miss Gordon in "Playtliiajg O[ Pas alon." the war today. The mcnt slnted that this report "had been repeated to the war office without comment by tho ofRccsr commanding nt Meshed three dnya after the alleged destruction of himself and hla com- mand." The dispatch from Ihc Mes- hed commander was received this af- ternoon. II Is declared by officials hero that Ihn reporl was obviously Bolshevik INVESTIGATE ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF IN'DJANMPGLIS. of the fnd.. Dec. jeclnT grand Jury "Oh. tlie N'ow York Princosa thentrc aviccesa, opened a two day cn- pflgcnienl at the .MRjesllc theatre last sent KB first nudlciico away (n ccsUcies over the freshness of Its charm, tfie wholpsomeness of Ita humor, the'bewitching lilt of Ha mualctil (he cleverness of Its princEpah and the captivating chorus. i "Oli. is in every Irulh a com- edy ot the first water set to musfc. Unllfcc many of Us It boasta of an lionesl-lo-Roodncas plot, (IcalinB mostly wIMi n pair ol dalnl- Iroublc which n young bridegroom en- counters In trying lo keep Ills mnr- rlRfio R secret. The pyjamns play a prominent though silr.ut parl thronfih- oul find nrc rctponsihle ior ro ond of latiRh-provoklng fllnmllona. Xol wishing to spoil lhe pleasure o" 1.1 m .-.jiujl IIIU IMCaSIJI U Ul summoned by United Slalo3 Ulslrlel' Iliosc wlio ore f lire (o nttcnd llic (inal A. D. Anderson diirlnj; (lie conl performance luulglil. wa rcrraln tro: miners' alrlhe today ropnrtcfl lo Iho tciurt to hcRln Ihclr Invcsllgnllon of violation of antl-tvual lawa anrt an cxlcndod dlgcgl of Iho affair, only lo polnl onl some of its Mrjk- fCRiurca, most prominent a-.irca, mos pr ihu fuel control ncL hy coal I which (9 the of Miss Clnrllne miners, opcratora iin.1 dealers. Scv- as Jackie Samnson, on ert- mi u'linnssci liato been subDoenaod ll.'lu whoso everr .'aovumcnl wan DANCE IN K. P. HALL FRIDAY NIGHT December 19th AT 9.00 P.M. SHARP COME AND ENJOY FIRST DANCE OH NEW FLOOR. RAYMOND ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Admrsaion Couple 25c Extra Ladles rairbank ;