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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCKMHKR 21. 1919 nm i.ETimmoGE DAIM PAGE SEVEN DRAMA VA UDEVILLE PHOTOPIA YS MARKETS and WINNIPEG, Dec. i4.-Oais lo higher; barley ucc "id flux 10i' to re I've to Jc higher. Wfnnlpeji M.-rkeU OATS uly BAKLKV lay FLAX May lay cession rose ami cneeretl to the echo as lie of unjMirjiUoled bravery and (leviuioH in i ho i-uust-. His climax was dramatic. thrilling, UU- hiK lo the supremo iiSicti of matches eloquence, lit1 ralsei! his littiiUs rjlyh auU said "Arise, arise, ye sons ot America, Tic roe is at the Sate. The ot victory and defeat weigh hi Hie bal- anco there. The flower of this world's maubooil. baud to haini and steel to steel fifiht as men hare UOVIT fought L-Ct'ore. but thej" are not madness; Hej- are not superman; thi-r arc only No. i: iili-V. ..........-3D No. i: KccJ.. NO. 2 Kilra No. 1 F 1 Feed.. frack No. a CAV...171 KejeclcU-----I.MI Track......H53V FLAX- NO. L XAV.C...................lrl No. 2 C.W...4TP No. ii CAV...W1 Track Calgary Livestock UALO.VHY, Dec. was terj- Biimll market at tbo stuckyards today, only 221 cattle and 30 liogs be- ing unloaded'and the majority ot (he cattlo bclnp cleaned up yesterday. The yards wore nearly clear. Few really 'good bcof cattle ircre on rale. flood" heavy cows, to ?S.uQ; heif- ers, few sood fat yearling a went lo Burna at common bulls, Select liogs, off cars. New York Stocks TO IlK. Bales- C.1ML, 131; United Stales Steel, 1WH; United SUtcs Steel pre ferred, 113. imiiiRii Mice you aro; nnd ttey want your help; jm'pnre, prepare, cause America prepareil Is Germany dot catcd." As be runs out the iilieiK'e ivpiii vviirt with enthusiasm cheering. clapiiiiiE iivM mutiieiH the speaker aslied the jieoie present to prove tho Eioceriiy nf their applause giving lo liie Fourth Liberty Ixwn Drive. The re- sponse slapgeriuK. Ten Million was poured in in tlio first four hclil syellbouau by her rercari.- Crai-l MUSIC AT THE COLONIAL WILL nnd esporlally ;o I ACCOMPANY "LES M1SERABLES Ffsji sTiidio. and ?irre 1 hivt? thu eiircme fornurc of wiiiicsping j In keepiinj with tiie exuellntii-c ilnnlcs. Mr. John ItuckefcHcr Tiieda Hara heins 1 must, tho attractions lu Le offered ;u tho bull with tv.'o miHion tlollars. nciul my former ivayr. In Jiiss d'ara I popular tbcatrc tin.- L ECO the pereoniftfatiou of all that of Miserablpo" jiQOtoplay art iiitplies 1 iliat itj'-vill bn given today, Christmas Day, requires pantoiiilme' of the subtlest [and Friday, Conductor Charles PCICE- kinJ to be ablu (o pass thir various j ford nf the Concert Orchestra cmol'ons out over tits audience." ihas arraogcti an excepiionallr fine or- At tor beiuE presentci! to Mffs Byra, chostral concert which will IJP offered bom he warmly congratulated on hoi1 each CVPJIUIE. dramatic rcudcrlDg of the scene he Charles .1. popular had witnessed, Mr. Ordyuskl left tbe conviction, lhat tbo art of'photo asrec lo you have- fctn JL "'l.c IF nut only THE pictxiro of fllK jiici ire of ihe As ill-.; is iIIP geni of literature, so ton is ihis rJruTiiLi yro- Y.-aa firmly establfshtd and Iiad brought l-> the frout one of tbu great- est actreisscs of modern times. lull orchis Ira. Following the dramatic dcair tivo arinngemcnt of DonlzotLi's JEALOUS WIFE AND HUBBY'S STENO CLASH cf Verdi s tuneful 'La ivill be Tvi i ihc Thomas THE MIRACLE MAN? A jealoiis-nMurcd who tried.to make ber unro'mantlc husband equally jcalouBj is the Interesting situatlor ilcplcteil in "A Tc nip Era menial Wife." starring Constance TiiliuadEe be ECCU Xruas day ul the Empress Theatre, Miss Talmadge pluys ihc role of Cillle a fascinaUng but un- young girl determined .to narry a man is absolutely reli- ble (n that he, will not speak tti br- ook at other women. Her happiness eems ruined ivlieii she dtecovers lhat or husband is tin ploy ing a lady stcri- increase MQNTRBA-L., Dec. 24. Following the cessation of. tbe coal strike in tho United States and the likelihood that within, a short time the ordinary sup- ply of soft coal will be sent to Can- ada, tho Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk railways have mafic arrange- ments for the rostortion ol a number ot trains. It -was stated at tbe head- quarters of tbe Canadian Pacific that while a number ol local Iratns were to be restored, the TranB-Canada Lim- ited would not be resumed until May 2, but would tie run, as a local train between Montreal and Otlnwar until Mar 2, when the full service would be resumed. This Is the wain train whose "cancellation will remain In effect. EMPRESS "THE MIRACLE MAN" By Mltcheltrct [O miracles today? t-l! bunk? Where d'ya get tbat See ihiiL girl one with the big, clear eyes? A lew months back, her beery, leer ing lips Burned the souls of the tha crushed them. Her wanton's face, red-palntetl, Twisted witb sin BS ir Uis tleril stepped on II? is a sign of 2 lAnd now cbe is good! Her smile's sweet As the smile of your mother, in first tender years, -When you were juat a. HUie, J Borgia" will he nlayed. These two selections will particularly appeal io lorcrs of oporatic By way ot a light (HvrritsseLiient, the plain tiff and melodious ".Moon- light on liie by Herz.cz, will be Clayed, which will be followed bj Charles Hereford's own original coin position, "Christmas Mr Beresford. the Colonial's popular ton iluctor, composed "Christinas Chimes.1 ,It is a delightful arrangement, tyni jcal of the jireseiit festive reason, ant vill he an acceptable number on tin CoIouiaVs Christmas musical prugram As a grand finale lo the orchestra program, the magnificent "Hungarian .ustpiel" overture by Kcla Bela wil W i th su cb raus Scat prog ra nss a this, U is snialS wonder thai the Co i ordinary You havr not. You hnvo i'je moKi virile, forceful, beau- tjfnl jiroduclion evtr uiiuli1. Jcs gran- f iilrur hus hefure hceii ttTiile its most tnsupmlou? TO ihe reading, tlnnkiitg puixi'Ie, do ot overtook fari ibal "I.os Miser- ie "The nf tho Poor" anil eeause of ttn forx'e and teaching Is itercsting to ;ill kuows o class, but is iniiversiU. Misarables." lhat incoinpav- ble actor, William Farnuin, undoubt- dly does tbe bpst woi'K of bis blase T screen career. His intsrprciation if "Jean Vdljcan" is a living, breafli- ng iiieal- Mr. Fanium is supported Ly i liotuhle cast wlilcb includes Jewel igrapher. Her heaitaciiea when ihu huahaud refuses So dis- charge the stenographer. For, spite she runs off with a Bulgarian Count. then somo'cvents very "or the audience sud very trngic for Billlo Billings take place. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY IN OISH PHOTOPLAY AT STARLAND THEATRE Tho California Booster's Association which spends- money telling about the wonderfully diversified scenery In the Golden onial is the most popular report o .Southern AlberU's music lovera. "IES1SERABLES" XivlAS DAY CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN (1fl TEMPEMHIEITAL A PEPPY PLAY ABOUT WIVES AND STENOS The ssd, sweet story of maid would wed a man vjho would gaze upon no fem- inine charms but her She snllies forth into the wide world in pursuit of him, finds liim, captures him and then oh then! she bigins to find tut things ntout men, and OVJH mar. In particular. Carmen, Jlorolhy Jlcrnard. Honla Mar- Kittens Hvichert and others. Les Miserables" was diroctyd hy Frank Lloyd, lhat cinema gt'iiius who nado "A Tale of Two but in Victor Hugo's masterpiece, be Jias sur- passed every thing he bas hitherto done. this is fold you in order that you nuiy hiivo ;i clear of just a marvelous pJclurc you have in Mtseraliles" vrith il- ium Farnum. It is to ge siiown at the Colonial theatre today, Christmas Day, ami Friday. Written by ths Quesn cf Satire and JOHN EMERSON AKD ANITA LO05 TONIGHT LAST TIME KATHERINE MacDONALD in "THE THUNDERBOLT" A Picture You Should. Not Miss. COMING DAY ONLY FANNY WARD in "OUR BETTER SELVES" We Wish All Our Patrons a Merry Xmas And ahe young atid fair. grt-at Meiropoliioii Opera was to tbo doors. I JJrerybody, who was anybody, was Millionaires, society movie stars, authora, au-J wliat not were Outside thons.inds of people were staiidJnff, tbe disappoint; ed looks on thnir telling that tbey were" unafcla to gain ttio scats. It was and tbo war In- tercat nt fever heat. The wcrfl jlrlTiog the KQDR before, and Hi? was looming 4n the far filing cita- tance. Tho.motropolltan committee ot rourth -Liberty: 'Loin drive. Binder whose meeUiiff was con- rtocleri, had adVcriised (tint (be war In the .world'wbulil be on the-platform.. At (en thirty, jqiit aa the curtain rung down'on tinit tableaux Ine inimchiie" KudWrico was an the point ol mafcfng for (he ft gen- tleman In IrijmEir.uMc erening drosa jilaUonri and Ju flear Annonnced that tbe plwsiiro of introducing thn greatest soldWr speaker (n iho world, Tlio next moment a youthful figure, ftarl in a strange, almost story book wo miracles? I'je seen a piarled, 11 nhapen thing, mfsnamed a man, Writhing in the begging for coins with a cripple's whine, And after tho day's good pickings, rise In bin siiarne And his hard mug- into n. grin. NTpw he's standing, faco lo the world, Working lf> caso another's yc-ars. It would warm your heart to hear the lie boob laugh And lilrn rot tho HUle pray o'li lady on the choeh. f WO miracles? That haudwuie devil slamiine nith Ihe girt, Onco had a heart M hair his. victims.loved Onn ol thoso -crDical; snceriiit 1115-3. lurking, sliirtc-USte, 1u the under-low of lite', lo pull dovni hiimriy aonlt. al him! What's lhat they sar aliont God's Image? One night, last April, down lii Clancy's I saw him kiss that thojjd trimmed a Boih of them loud And then-, again 'tddiy, ho'd slipped her a tiny .No.miiv.tl's? Hell. Ijoi Where d'yn get lhat bunii? facts and science, come with yrar ago. shaking with a hacking And my tinkers ilching for pocket.' pick. Glsh a bantisomo prize for one piece new Paramount picture which will be Arrowroot Biscuit 1 r OURISHING. pure anJ'licallhlul 1 GREAT XMAS HOLIDAY COLONIAL TONIGHT! THY ant) FUMY 'Special Matinees Daily at 2.30 FOX presents the stupendous production of tiie dramatic work of fiction ever created 35c; WITH THE SCREEN'S FOREMOST ACTOR WILLIAM FARNUM AS THE IMMORTAL "JEAN VALJEAN" An'epic, of the screen which radiates the joyful spirit joylnl Chrlfitmasydfi "React on Earth, Goodwill to All In "LES M1SERA3LES" you have the greatest mssicrpiecc of tl.s entire cinema indusiry. greatest picture Ever thrown upon a screen and you will 'agree to this once you have seen MISERAELES" is not only THE picture of the is THE picture of the cincmn age. In "LES M1SERABLES1' that incoiriparable actor, WiMnm .Farnum, undaubttiJIy dota best vvcrk of his stsge or screen career. His interpretation of "Jean Vaijean" is a living, breathing Mr, num !B supported by a notable cast Includes Jev-pel Carmen, Dorothy Reichert and others, SUPERB ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT SPECIAL PRICES: Children lie a-, llrqpc'if on 10 Ihe platform Peoplft-trneped; "How could ho be the ercalcet-orator of'Ihe war, a lltl'" honso, resting he was boj" they said lo each among (ho nther. A Uji'ot lha more aberrant Hlirli on a nlopa'that 1-1933 from Iho Ihs.'t'wo soW wound flrliKS (ho servJco on his arm, "Who Is hi, whit Is .his uniform, does ho-come from" wcro a lew ot thV irjMiy askdd. The next he slarled speak, hit, clearly, earnestly as though feejlng his ho commenc- ed, then afl .he felt the fiudlehcfl Villi him, he (teamed to ivann np, and Ibo phrases citrnc.'faster ami faster. dtctloii perfect, hla oloquente of type. -Jt feint- KT swnpf fhfl -ImmQiiso off- feel, -vv; A Ailver "rnnafer nlo- he was, and, every child In the 'hair itas with him: tie told of -battles fiercely fought anc'i nobly won, of 'wild fleh'3 in the rfarkneaa o( tho German Hno, of (lesfi- aralo Imnd lo hanil RtriiKglcs. ?he aucjtcnco thrico In qulcl: sue And an old man Ihpre, hlin-J and dumb, -J'' liia face Jlight with faitti.t He wouldn't make hit on Broadway. In tbo They'd call him. smiric 50 their .ways, Hut that frtci man makes, croolrs go slratehf. Klooda rlarkenftri HOtiTe with sun. he Uilnka. You, beltiR wfE6, may smllo... But we who hare N'o miraclen? Helf, bo! tyTiere Ax you get lhat liiink? CELEBRATtr> EULOGIZES SARA'S ART Richard Stifie Director, Succumbs "As I sal and watchcO Miss Para, STARLANO All ProduolUvw TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SPECIAL ATTRACTION 1 Kiie "didn't hare a thins to excepting htr snootltig Anrl there li-ns Tier Ijcist beloved and a. "dolled up" rival irOrkhp over- tfnip. run. ivsllfe fiafl tiervo tuo Ijig watch her tolled "gtrul rags'' from gasping right on You'll lAitgh til! your Uiroat firhcs. Conic! "A MIX-UP IN AFFINITIES" Two-reel Kfiyslojio Comedy, and "PATHE OFFICIAL BRITISH LOOK, KIDS! Wo aro going to give you a Be mallnee Christinas In addllioa lo the above program wo will-show "TOTO" in "THE JUNK Don! miss this great' matlrico prosrnm. AdmlMion TonijM and Tomorrow, 2So We Wish You All a, Very Merry Christmas 2'ftiaiia-.iJ.Ji SKEYHILL "FIGHTING THE TIJRKS AT THE DARDANELLES" Australian Lecturer, Pott and Soldier Boxing Night Dec, 2Gth Hear the Aiuac tell what Roosevelt staid "The best story of the war." Tickets 50c, 25c; or Lyceum Seasons. ;