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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMnER 22, 181U THF. LKTHnnrorJE OAU.V JIK HAfrF. FIVp. DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS LIT Dee. c to I "rie higher; harley 3 higher; (ins to rye '.it lo '-ic higher. Winnipeg Markets Open. Dent-oilier I'l May 9- July SIS-K J'Jii May 1SS Dcconihcr JH'Cowbcr.............. closed OATS- NO. 2 CAY... No. o SS-; Kilru No, 1 Feed No. I I'ccrL, 573i No. 2 Feed.. Track No H CAV...16S No. 4 CAV...IG3 Tmrk .........................ICi? KL AX- No. 1 N'.W.C....................101 2 Xo. 3 Track No. 2 CVW. Toronto Livestock T011ONTO, Dee. re- ceipts, heivy. hccf steer.--, to butcher sleers, i-anicc, Chiller, 11.25 Lo butcher cows, chuice, lo JlU.fiO; lunther bulls, gooil, lo ?LU.75; ileers, Buotl, la sfocfcers, ijooil, iF-.v1) lo Cnir Cali trade un- changed. A rev: choice calves so.fl at choice. to J20.CO; jnlll; cowe, choice. U) springers, chnlr.p. to Rlitcii receipts, "i.SSl. Lamb Irndo unchanged wilh hulk of sales ai 511.10 and a few at Hires. to JS.50; lambs, lo 51S.OO. og receipts, y.SCS. Hog trade linn. No halus have been recorded this morn- inn. KCJ! and watered basis, ecletls, J17.0D; liehts, lieavies, J1G.DO; EOfl-S, tO ?15.00. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Dec. kit- by many ot Hie vrtirld's moat re- itd eye socialists, sud after uvu years of absolute re- covers hid sight iu Weblog Ion. U.C.. through .the tVill uf Ur Ityllc Moore. 9 ihe story of Signaller Tom Bkeyhlll. who (ought a good fighl, with (hn fam- ous Anzac Division of trie Australian iirniy. only c-Tpiuef-n years of DRV wliru war was declared, lie iunucil- lately threw Jown the prn am1 look up Ihe sword. Wilh his comrades be travelled filteen Ihousard miles across iho peas to'tbc battlefields of Kuropo. Twice he was once with the hnyonet, ond ODCC wilh biiliets, and slill lie fouxht on. His sylid was and he once [3ld liti (rlecda that he would aoL leavo Iho ucuches uulll ho was car- ried on ID A alretcher. Then suddenly camp tha great trag- edy. He ivas tharglug through the Lrokc-ii barbed ivlrc on No Mans Land when an i-lcven lurh shell hurst right in A Striding flash scorched Uia Eacc, and an earth rorkfnff esiiloaion hurled him vlolcsic- Ijr lo the ground. For a moment lie writhed In fearful agony, and Ihen iuiatllilCK snappoil In Tils lira In, and he relapsed Inlo merciful lie came lo, severnl days later. lucj' broke Ibc news ol hla coniradcj had been killed outright a ?corc hud been Injured, and he vn? bMndCil. JDs oplJc nerves had been shaltorud. At Flrsl ho ptiTo -way to inconsolable Ho was FQ younj, :-thero wria so niuc-h for him lo seo, ai.'l now It ivas all oul; Ihen slowly lhc proml indonilnatablc spirit the Irue fighting man asscrlcd ILpolf. "Ha would not be dowchcarled; he would still be of some use to the wortd." He Invalided lioine lo Australia, through Ihe medium of his sllrrinp war poems and mslnhless tlnqupnoc, his immo hecnnie n hMise- hol.l v.'ord. Everybody lir.civ liim and loved him; lie was trie hero of Aus- tralia. Then Trlicn America came Into the war he decided lo leave his native land and Journey to Ihe great western rc- niiblic. Theodore Tlooscvclt Krcclcd him upon liis arrival, anil after hearing htm Epenlr fn Cnrnegfo IlHll, Xcw pronounced him to he tiic great- est orator the war had produced. The American Red Cross invited him to U'a tilling ton, D. C., 3nd whilst there he met Dr. Rjlie Moore, who af- tcrcxaminlng him, declared he roulil resiorc his sight. The doctor declared Lli a t tlie blood pressuro lo the nerves. and ibis InevIUbly '.iLrirlrv- Iscr cbann. ih. isiystery ur 'i skirt! or a thinim? be- oilles Til ni-Uhsr si .r. eds? !o n man. iii-i s long as a r-u'.i a shoulld ti'H slic is making progress, Why, I know of H wlio M'OuM nidi err be uubLed ihan caressed by a p.lrl. The funner holds ihcir Intert'sl, ivbilt littler is cumiuon iildce and "IHE mm m Fine Big Story In paramount Artcraft Picture Will Crip Audience. Published originally as a novel in Mun.sDy's Magazine, rrllteu Frank L. nnil lattr ilraiu :li7.cil by George M. Cohan and jiresaii-ed ivilli lihcnoinennl EIKCPSS on Ih-i Parainounl-Artci'afi ititture, Mir- acle comes lo tlic Bniitrcss theatre on DPC. AK a, motion pic- ture thin absorbing slory has been halkil by Iho critics ns cue of Ibc fin- est, productions ever seen on Ui'j screen. With eccnes lalil [u tlie L2iin.l3 of criDiinals hi Xcw York's Chinatown, lei n llllle village on tho side of a giant mountain atid on the shore oE a roaring ocervn, tho opportunity for wonderful photographic clfccta has been realized lo the Hul the chief interest is iu the striking aiory, which comers atou'- Ihc venerable ricufc of an olil pal- prise element from ufCtrmg, but, it Id to :-sy thai iv pi'fforiiior isho iicver lullj (o score u lilt. In uSdliJou lo ttic classy vaudeville :ts, one ol lhc phinopby jinv- gnuus possible will IK- olfcroil. gJnia Pearson, tlie fajiums Koi filar, ivjll hn fccn In her "Tlie Kirobrui'J." a icjweri'ul sii-.itt Grain-aiic feature. Fim for v.iiol'- fsimily no In Iho rio'-oiia conisjy, "A Uon In itjfl House.'1 our ol ihosr roji- futiny wild cutnudU.--, The C'olouiul OrdiuPtra. Iho finrsl In ffoiiih- orn Alberta, will imotlier line i.oncert. TctiiiHlitV a-iccs will C'Miiinciu.o sliAvp :il 7 znj p.m., and pijirons OTC ad- 'vlEcd to iittcnil enrlv, Mondny ftlwayK iucanii capacity ai ilic Co- onial. A special Tuesday afternoon, inmi- nce for the kiddles will be Ma god a( -1.15. ooinpeien! her IcsdiiiK u bi'iiii; K'jpeiLL1 ii youiii? :ictor of prc'iniiH-nut' in iho The play was mljpicJ (or ;he Jcrci-u by Adrian (lil-Spcar and ihe director was KwHo THEPA BARA IN HER MOST SEDUCTIVE ROLE for NVvur in lii'c Mi-s Ujr.i t-ti- tr-icfl so c.irrn inM a tien ES .U-1 lino Ck-ni-iura. Not coni'MM j. rasunl i'.nil i.-. liaiucl-T i iliorciNU I'-1-- .-u ot tijiiie-i-urri'i-linE nmSii' .UJ-I' i rails uf ctarauU-r u: ueer, aii'l them liira, ess Clsopatra, Climax of the Star Siren i'L has never l.ctore own by ilif famous vjinpire V. One of Uie girlking ftMiure.-- Ij'.is delvni into all '-lie ii( is ilic- i records m li.r ixiuun.iiul. in H'sard lo j ivMt- t-o-iiumcs. A pMsMiivt-ly bii of iri n ptatofk drtss, jiari tlin I'lu'l in rolru of refill in tiio niMst of vs- the iii.ii of the cipirc-1. Tills U vvlial Thcila Him did tor "t'lfopalra." ihe Kox wonder film, wliiirli coiiU'S lu the Colonial ivisy I-JK d iluring all Ihr; turios sincj siii1 lived. I'li'jr in k-uiniiif; lu Caliiornii, of v.-liuli n vvhole pcia-ork was Till-; is one of ilic- overs from Salnvdrvy. llicr.i were cattle and eight hogs In, tbc yards to- day. AB anllclpalcd, Uie trading was slow and the markcl for all of tho lower grades or hecf, if anything, down. Good butcher steers, 39.00 to killers, J7.SO lo JS.50; common, to ?7.00; Iicavy S7.75 to ?8.uO; common, fG.OO to. ruttara, 55.50; cnnners, J3.Uf> lo feeders. to Eocxl veal calves. to tltdi calves, JC.OD lo No hoBs'-were sold at noon. indispensable lo Right, were seriously "nlcr'orcd with, by lhc jjrDSsnr' certain bones iu ihc back of the T Skcyhill agreed to have lhc doctor morn the liours alter (he adjustment he came !o lhc Gar Held Hospital next anil li tut one of n number of fralurcs of fitnl- callbre iu which this famous screen tlic uf An in New Yorl: t'ily. IK-re is. the greatest (if ilio kind in ihe worU. and Kox slur no (importunity to ihor- uughly imbue ivith" the at- ni the ivhicli the rilrange tarviiiga, tlic :irj riareli. credited cr (o bcal Lhc 5ick anil loakc crippled lltubs whole apnln. To him come Turn nf In, on his IJut it doesn't out ;IB Ih.-xy i-alcnlaU-il, for hidden a.way lu cac life them i.i n loavon o[ gnoiT, which s'.owly comcs lc tho L'jrffltrc under tlii.1" IH- IJuencc of their whole some environ- niPnt. In a most mnnclous way I ho crltniunls arc reclalined from liic paths of crime. A cust of unusual ability enacts the Imporlant roles in the picture, headed by Thomas leadinr GRAIN STOCKS FORT WlLMAftl, Ont. Dec. FollowiiiE st. ot slocks in store In public terminal clcvnlora at Fort and Port Arthur on Dec. IDlh, wllh rccclplo and shipments dur- ing the last week was issucil by ihc of grain commlsalonera on Sal- :1ay: In store receipts T-IclRhan, a well known Aiirt Including" L-'llnor Cc-T.psoii, Joseph J. haJioy, 'v. J. Ljuciiii? nnd t'. bis slghL He KQW the the Bhiptncnts, Jnfcc nail Jn eloro Itecctpts Shipments, lake Kail In store 37I.G74 10C.500 the nurse's' face, aiid all iLc oth- er in Ilio room. The twn weeks he Ihe Manhattan Kyc and Ear IIospitDl, ia New Yort, and then he was discharged, cured- Totlay he Is wnlhlng nbout nn his No longer haa ho to depend up- on the guiding arm of .a loved com- ilc can sec lhc green grapa, the Ijluc sky, and all the other wonders of Ibc world re live in. Today Signnller Tom Skeyhlll la Itronouuccd hy all the Leading pipers to be lh? world's flncsl soldlnr speak- er, and a poet oC great promise. He iu Lcthbrirlge on iho ly- ceuni course on the right of the 2Gth. Ills story la "FlghttnR Jhc Turks at the It la an- nounced as the most ihiillinE war slory over told from the public plat form. L'nninnl. l SPICY HOLIDAY K' 'ODROME VAUDEVILLE A" JOiJAY AMD TUESDAY I'.occlpls ils, lake Rail........... In slorc I'.cccluts lake Hall In nloro Noise Xonc Norm TOLSTOY'S DAUGHTER IN PEfllL FROM BOLSHEVISTS is EMile In tho Times to save the life of Count Tol- cloy's -younger daughlrr, Counloss Alexandria'' Tola toy, who Is in tho hands of lhc Uolshcvistn in Mosicaiv. .She la In Imminent danger ot put lo dcalh. Ihfl wflr the Countess Al'-x- r.ndrln u-orhcil Jji'Icfallffnbly AH a fljs- Inr of mercy (n Uic CanciiaUa. After lhc revolution sUo relumed lo Moscow lo nmcllornto the condition of tho wrctchGil of that city. She liafl just hccn arrested ilirowu Into prieon on a of plotling nfiainsl the soviet, The llol- shovlals arc fllscuaslnE whclhcr nr no' !t would he ivltru to put lo tNjjln n woman so coiisplcucua lo Urinmiins over rnricly The Arlcraft to leadlnE singe suet esses and has mcL with unequivocal MJCCOSS. When "Under the tire en wood was selected for Elsie KerRUs-on. Lhu beautiful Arlcrafl Mar, it WUIA readily conccilc'l that it accorded Miss Kcr- gUbtjii one of the lineal portrayals uf her screen career ''Under tbc Grecnwawl which be shown at Slurland loninhl anil-j Is upnn n play writ-' Icn by Henry V. u. It-adlns nctor. ami plBywriffht of London. The gGi] AI the the.ilrc In New York'M-llh Maxine KILIoll the stel- lar rolo The play scored a hit and lulcr toureil ihc country vrllh snlendltl results anil riuuu- clally. The slory of "Under Tree" deals "ivitli a 3'oung Kuslish of grent wcaltli and high soc- ial position, who liccotucs tlisguslcd with social life nnd vanities, and yearns for the simple life. "She ac- Quits her station und goes 10 the New Forest ivliere she lives Hie I we of a s.vpsy unfil ?iy a qucf.c com- bination ol circumstances, humorous and drnmalic, she tnecls tho man of her choice and under tlic spell of love riniU lhat happiness and contentment whlclj wealth clone could not insure. LMias supported QTARLANH All Prwiuclloni TONIGHT AND TOMORROW nets. Iho Lev.- UlpyDtifomc vaudeville; how WllKh Will llC Hl the Coloninl tomorrow! ivill assume a real L'JIH, (ouch iu keeping Ihe present festive iGnson. FJach ami i ;lci on (ij0. )ill will have an a> jr-ipriale holiday! atmosphere, and Iho show gives prom-i c of bciiie to the mark. I The nntl Yvonne have an acl 1 which ii equalled U; vi-ry few on liiej vniidcvJlle singe-. tlrcir i mainstay, for li; of their' performance Ihcy inli-jilucc spceinl- in bell rinyinf rolmllcs, jug- inslrunienlal playing, a or so olhor Toin Skcyliill, Who With Will l.ctlurc Here Rent hack lillnd and help- rap. Iho of n. shc-ll hiirsllnR hi rtiat'or hiJ plalocjji, jfvcn ;ip ,ia hopo- Tlie girl wlio wnnls In marry a wealthy man, and the whn wnnls to marrj- a wealthy girl cnn oblali? i some valuable pointers o'l HIP, "Ins ami outs" of lliis if will Tinrkcn lo Kalhfriiie MncDonnlrl, ulr.rly declaimed tlic biautKiil .'.voinan on tho Screen, ami TV ho 13 crcdUcd with hnviiig .revived inora olfcrft of innrringo from than" any other womnn on the tcrccn. Why girls loncMliclr v-jilthy nult- ora and why boy? fall-In lucir cKorls lo Edccozarully maka love to e'rla with fortunCH jiiat two ot Ihc sec- rctn of "mnTrylng money'' flnl ?.IIs.i MacDonald Anrl tlio in- slnncc9 and prool from she draws logical concluiltms. JIIss MncDonfill, whoso latent re- nfc, "The will ho vii al tho commrnefng In- day, was Intrvlcwnd during Ific [lim- ing ot this attraction mul was in- inrcfllcd lu her aubjcct. Siio liatl JuU flnlKlictl Iho role of (he wcnlthy Jlnth ivhoso Lcmiiy and chann at- Iracts of i'liiior.s. "Why do girls lo.u tlio rlrli boyu iv'no pfOfio.'o Lo she repeated. "ThHt'ij hoincUtln; pirl trlfs lo keep herself from knowing. In homo Inalnnccg them In a cumhlnnllcni uf IhlnRS that snap .qolrleii romniicr fn Ihe InxK ICJL thf.rc Is ono c-niiural Cfvusc Tor 31. Thla the; fact tfml Ihr- girl ovcnlaon herself. "I'orhKp-j f sliouUi erp'hln farlhrr. Uy 'uvcnlons' 1 thai ;i Rlrl In most luFlfinces JK to-) nuxlo.ig fo slioi her affcriiort for '.Ko uc-nUliy suiter Inallties. This act will make n hit nltli Colonial audlcucea today nnd lomorroiv- N'lfty ecngf, catchy tlanres, Hciny stories, nnd elaborate feowns are. Ihcj hallmarks .'if (lie QLLS offered by Dot1 Uue! amPArclifo two ox-1 ponenta of happiness, who will ho an attractive. Hem on the show today. Artistic musical nets have alv.'ays proven Immrnscly iiopnlsr with Colon- ial audiences, therefore It la eftfc lo aaj- that the JJu Harris irill meet a royal welcome on the hill, for tliey .litivc one o( llie season's moat bcan'.l- inln ivhrcli Ihcy ln- Iroduco a wcnllh of harmonious SIIIK- ing, aome remarkable piano plaj'ins, ami ntlicr ntlractlvu features A big Etlrprlse on the bill' will he ho apprarance of Xano, the comir, ricks (or. who Xano In, anil Jiiat vhnl he docs, lianlly bo fnlr :o stnto for it would remove Iho sur- To Automobile Dealers, etc.: Did you erer drive a car that WRin't fired? "The .Miracle Man1' coming !o lhc Betty Compson in, THE MlRAfcLEMAN" EMPRESS FOUR DAYS STARTING DECEMBER 29 COLONIAL HIPPODROME CIRCUIT ELSIE FERGUSON 'Under The Greenwood Tree' A picturlzallon o[ the fnraoiis Singe Success. OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES, INCLUDING LLOYD COMEDY AND "THE GREAT GAMBLE" AduRs25c Children lOc TONIGHT TUESDAY Malinee DalTy, Great All-SUr Holiday Bill Extra Feature Headline Act EduarU In a Sensational Comedy Origin- Minutes of Fast Divertlsenient Inctudlng Jugg- ling, Dell Ringing, Acobralica, Comedy Singing and Elaborate Gowns, Special Effects is Vaudeville's Mystery Man in an Amazing Act DOTDUELLand ARCHIE WOODWARD nd Novelty Nifty Songs, Dances Music Vaudeville's SmarteFt Entertainers THE DU BARKIS In An Artistic Musical Revue Special Photoplay Feature William Fox Offers VIRGINIA PEARSON In Ihe magnificent photo- dramatic spectacle FIREBRAND" Great Holiday Comedy 'A UON IN THE HOUSE' Fun for the whole family In this uproariously funny wild comedy COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA 6 The ffnert orcheitra in Southern Alberta, featuring the "Tancredi" overture, tnd other musical PRICES AduKt fXtc Children 2Sc Special MatTnee Tuesday at 4.15 for School Matinee Dalfy at and 9.00 EMPRESS TODAY AND 25c-10c The Strangest Marriage on Record On their wedding night he ''Yau ahall never be a know the I6nch of a baby's hand. I married you not becnuse I love you but because I hale you and III your f-lmlly. Imflflfnc the hdifaanj of a blaullful vranian stArNng hio marrfcd life thai way- Bill n': 'nan is a match for a clever woman who "The Thunderbolt" A Finer ATTRACTION FEATURING CATHERINE MacBONALD THE AMERICAN BEAUTY GIVE YOU SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT. Wffl. FOX PRESENTS OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS ilLIAM FARNUM IN VICTOR HUGO'S IMMORTAL CLASSIC i rc A ni rr" LES MISER ABLES In MICerables" ycu have not only tho mmlcrpleR of Ihe Fox Filht Coiporallon, but one of the of Ihs entire cinema Industry. IL Ti one of tho greatest pictures ever thrown upon Iho screen and you will agree to tnis once you have Geen It. In "Lcs MUerAblss" that IncomparabTe