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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FR1DAT. IIKUALO PAGE FIVE DRAMA VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLA YS MARKETS Cntn tat J, 4Si 175 SO let-1. dosed unchanged to Z-Ac. lower; Barley "im- tbauficJ to 1-2 c lovrer; flax Be lo S 3-4c lower; rye 7 3-4'lit 2 l-2c lower. WJnnlpefl Market! Ojien. Close. December........ Way.............. 93V. M% July......-...... 60 SStt December............ Ill Hay.............. 163% Hcccmber......... 474 Slay 470 December........ 113 Nay......... iSStt Cash Pricey No, 2 C.W... 03 Mo. 3 C.W.. Extra No. 1 locii No. 1 feed.: No. 2 feed.. 84 Tracfe ......................S0% Ko. 3 C.W-.171 No. Hejeclod uiir] Feed ............133% Track ..........IG5H No. 1 K.W.C.......-..........463 No. 2 C.W...4C5 No. 3 Condemned Ko. 2 Calgary Livestock CAIXIARY. Dec. With Ihc yards m-arly UIUIJLJ' oiiil only-a, feV loads In on Chrlalmas Day, Ibore was little doing aUthr, Etochyards today. Ko heavy dleers worn on sale; light leers limbing JS.OQ and common (G; one hcd.vy coVanhl at flnil n hcafry ieifer al Llic balance of the bul- cher cows went aL lielfers at JG.nO; one bull making and 32 fair .veal calves Only 33 lioKfi wero ou sale, buL had nol been sold al noon. New Ycrk Slocks SEW .YORK, Dec. C.l'.U., Untied Slates Steel, IOC- Untied Klalcs Steel prc ferrcd, 118. Winnipeg Livestock Dec. Ihis morning were 27S. cattle and 4S hogs. irhllo-113 head of conic were through hilled lo Toronto. Wllh'bnly n hand- ful' ot receipts up. to Ihn momms; Cohan (o Ihe delight of i i ol New York (heave-goers, has been adapted lo the screen sad will come 10 (.be Emyiess theaire Monday. It JG a roramounl-ArlcrsIt picture ct .tie finest class. central figure In Ihe story li a patriarch In a little village ivbo .i'Hses tile power lo heal Die sick and laaiintd. Tom liuriio, a New York gangiter, and bis pals scheme In use bint BE a meani of enriching them- selves. With tbla view, they visit lilui nnd arc astounded lo discover tbal hjs unlay only in "Sundown ilr''irt of the "weal ihfl was." Btory writ I en by J. G. auiiiur ot mauy Q[ S. Hart's and IJaruthy Dalton's best known photoplays. The picture was directed by Rollln Sturgeon. known as Iho director of "Ueslitiy." BlarrliiR Dorothy I'hllllps, antl "Welly featuring 1'rlscllla Universal productions. Saltsburj- is seen as "Qutcl" Carter, a. blue-blooded southerner, goes lo a wild und wooly mining power to bonn-ftde. cnuip, where red Hood means more HOY: ihe good that lies latent in lUe than blue. Alice Elliot, the Oakland society and feeted wbllo overseas In ihe allJc'J army JD the lale war. And previous to that be wag a travelling and vveni on to entertain Ihe sol- diers at a Taudevllle entertainment given tbroadj depleting the dlalecls of dllttrent coslumcs. whom he sold vrhile iravelllne Mauy ot his SOUE ,hli3 are realrlelc'l ur.d composed of i wo recent jihe (oltovrlDg: English number. "My I Scolch ptrodj1 on "IJoc'K and rube, Ifo la a Hip, Itlp and (to stuttering ID six different dialects. covers Bight In Washington, D.C.-- he Lecame entangled In the meshes, These are only a. few o! tbc advetnuros The more he to frco him- Is brought out, Is Iho theme of ihe drama, yhlch Is one of the most Btrlklnr yet produced, frominehl In Ihe stroDE cm are Thomas Mclghin. Elinor Fair, Joseph J. Dowllne and Bolly SKEYILAI MEDICINE HAT OPERA CO. AT THE KAJESTIC GJI New Vcar'e Day, for both mall- neo and evening "performances, the Medicine Hat Amateur Operatic So- ciety will vlElt Iho Majuttc theatre villi their prnlenlloua production of .ho delightful In former years Lcthurldgc lias been favored by visits of llils talented anlzBtlon Troni our cliy, and ;euero'i3 patronage Las always Leen iccorrted 'the The lolronago liak always been well merited. Tor Ihc efforts of Iho Medicine Hatters have jcen on a pav Mltli many of the esslonal travelling com Their iirfHlucllon uf "fiati Toy" was uEtasticaHv'recfcLveJ in ihclr own e' city i-ecerilly, winning uniinl- S praiee. A well-known company >f Medicine Hal ladles ami-gentlemen will be Eeen in I which hi- clude.s .1 .ind or- cheslra. jallle between Salisbury and Fillmorc s one cf the thrilling episodes of the HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE FOfl NEXT WEEK RANKS AS 3EST SINCE OPENINC HERE ;LES MISERABLES" IN SUPERB; SHOWING LAST TIME TONIGHT Only one more chance remains sea (he magnificent production Victor Uugo's.Biaslerplece "Los in wJiIcl thorc TV us little on the market end quotations fairly In line ivlih yesterday's close. The 'liog market Ufa's steady at for selects, fed watered. Friciion With Russians, Who Jilame. Czechs for Loss of Trains lo JHKUTRK, Dec. n resnll of ot fiction, :b Ihc ster- iic tor, William Farnura. portrays the character 'of ;'Jtaii: Valjean.'1 aud thai chance vill be nt the Colonial theatre Iqnlght (Friday) only. Capac Jly audiences have-been throiifiing the Colonial thedtre slitce picture com- menced Ita vun on VcdncsoEy; in Tact, hundreds were unable to gain ad- mission last evening. The picture Is a wonderful crea- tion. Fa mum nukes Jean Valjean live again. Every point, in Iho which, by Ihe been read and re-read by countless t out wllli slrikliie realism. The picture is a joy lo wlio hare Ihc book, Those who can Irnly appreciate the very finest in -screen offerings wll enjoy all means see il tTbniglil. Matrimonial Nifbtixiare Is Result of Jeakju Girl's Ire Ortr Hobby'i TaTmadge Blllie Billings in Temperamental Wife" Kiwtan a Capt. Dcnoon Will Preside- Should be Monster Crowd For This Attraction Signaller Tom the youth- Belt, the. moro securely nc became !ul Auslralian who speaks (fastened uulil finaltr he lost bis bal- 011 the LyceuDi program tonight. His J storj'i accord IDE lo the 1 jR'rary Di- gest, "ii one of faith, hope, am1. it was dark he cravled back to his OWD Hue. and be kucnvs bow to lenns of battle." lyings In On, bis bajids and legs are five bay- onet, wounds, sustained In a desperate hand-lo-hanri fight wtUi a Turk. The youug jjoel had dropped bis rifle, and the Turk opposing him called on liini lo throw up his .hands, made of sterner stuff, SkeyhJIl was' He had not girl, who forsook lea bridge matinees for Ihe lure ot ihc mercury lamps, IB Been as Salisbury's _ 1 tiding woman, while llcatrice Domln- j guez, who played the lillle South Se.i Island girl In "Tho Ughl of one of Salisbury's earlier successes, hares honors vrtth fcHHott.. Miss Doniloguez Is seen as a Spaiiish sccor (n, tho scarlet, queeu of the western lllage. Clyde who is now a Icad- ng man wIlL Oliver Morocco on the spoken Elage, plays the leading heavy role. The film is BAld to he renlelc with tlicatre should Lc ilcluresque western scenery, 33 the crowded locUhl as It hag not been enllre company intnl a momh in the since the inimitable Feather River country of northern S. CoLh wag here last January. California taking exterior? for the Tom Skeylilll, (he Australian sol- fifteen Ibousand miles from hla .Australian honyj Dierely to surrender to a Turk, and so he immediately closed on his adversary. He caught the cruel bayonet in his bare hands, wrest- ed II from Ihe Turk, and then bay on- cited him. breaking through some barb eU vnre under heavy machine gun fire proJuctfon. knife drlivqrs a popular Jcc- lure under Hie or Iho Lelh- bridge Lyceum committee, will be the uiiraciion. nnd: he has been houses nil over llie North Acieric-jn .continent. Capl- Hev. A. Dcnoon will occupy (he chair. The Auslrallnu jioci's experiences while at Ihc front read like fiction. Excellent Assortment of Acts j Hayoiictted ivbllul rushing a trench; shot iiolnl blank in a raid; left on KVo Jinn's. Lund for dead; hung up on 1 ILe barbed wire for two hours -blind-' I ed for (wo years hy a shell burst; re- on the DUplay of Arlists to Appear the First TWO Days of Next Week at Coloiifal. Transforming a dlfrilfied, rather sickly and unmarried. Senator. Into outburst -A 111 feeling between i Imatand for JeilouR-jitured and llic Czechs and Russians, following raost tisclnalln.T young-cirl Is the ______ _______ _ n _____ in eichangc. of rccrlmlnnlions by Ail- work c Diessrc-J to Dr. Girsa Imploring th-i H7.CCI13 lo Eiipiiorl their brolber Slavs. Tho .ncllng foreign minister .'of tho man nnd woinan, make il most) tractive. And Iho routine ol ALSO "AMONG THOSE'PRESENT" Two-Reel Paramouiit-Eciincll Comedy, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" Adullt 35c Children 10c Matinees, Children 5c Omsk government, Sergo Tretiakolf, la 5n [ho way to Tchichta for i liico wild Uen. Semouolf. confcr- KREUKIirCTON, N.II., Dec. broken swilcn roil la sM lo IIBTC li l-caponalble for Iho C.P.I1. train Ircak- tng apart bcine wrecked AS iL on- (ared ttic y.inla nt Frrflorjclon Jnric tlon this inornlnfc. The oxprc.ij car was thrown across the trackj, while Ihc baggage c.lr crashed Inlo a cf firs standing oil (ijo track and a Eccond-claJj cnr thrown Into Iho dtlch nn other of Iho track, wTierc It roKeil over. Kdward llftrrie, agud 2S, Of ICn N.UV bnggago maMcr, Ihc only iierEOn baJly hurt. sat tcred a broken v.-rlst nnil InccrutFona tho hcnd. A party ot ah Ra; ftlana und other persons, n.s n were lii tho tecond class car which WBEJ loudly eitida but all .cllinbcd out liiihurl, o.xccpl [or alight fills nnil braises. Damage of Ticlivcm fWO.OOO was (lone by flrn (o tho of tho Dominion Glass Co., Tor "THE MIRACLE MAN" A HIT Striking Picture Presented B> 1'aramount-Aricrafl REAL BILL HART RED-BLOODED HERO IS IN CHAPS AGAIN The real Bill ot every boy From Maine to California Is done in a rapid manner. Some of, Hie stunts In magic ncrformcil by I Ihla clever team mystify the audi-, ence. The female doea-some very; clever Juggling [cats, making In all an odd nnd novel offering. j Grey and Helen j yonng man nhn has Lhc appear-; aucc instincts of a natural com-' ,nd from Canada to the ody producer, and a gifted nnil pretty of all "who raro for rod-blooded' ac- feinnlc comprise Ihis clever duo, .Ion on the be seen in I presenting one of their many comc- he new Artcraft'plcture, "Square Deal dy offerings which they call "Full of consisting of somo bright ami up-to-date falter, willy payings, songs, and soiiio tlnncinR numbers, illustrating the poetry ot motion. In a special scenic setting, whlcli makes which will be shown at Slarland tonight and tomorrow. Jn several of hla recent 'films, Mr. Hart has.dolfed chaps and six- shooters, appearing as B.' convict in and fn another, leaving western plains; Tor the asphalt he city streets, 'But now ho'2 back in harness, aslrldc and with bla' Iho act piclnregnne well as cn- [dc a trusty horse i Ide-brtmmed Stetson Atop his hend. Ho rlols [hrongli A picture lhat la full brim of nctlon, excitement, nnd heroic, deeds. There are lively scraps, (lulck shoot- Ing, all Ihe characteristic Incidents of life as It.was In Ibe yester- action pllEil of (ha Southwest. These who care Tor lertnining. Tho male member is a laugh producer, and some coninllnn, and the female proves n good Toil for all of.his Jokes and puns, ;ind they surely will furnirfi enjoyment for :ne alloted time they arc allowed on [ho bill. Hats, Uftta is a sobritiuct this lalcnled young man usca to Introduce Ms on action, true love the codo of honor of the fir weol; wbo revel In scenes which ihpw the everlasting hills .and ths descrls Diit ntrolc'n Into mllea In, every direction; for the slr'ange-. and Blrena'ons life of the cowlowna, the communities men llro aod die hard and arc either very honest or.verjr find It all In "Squnro Deal Sanderson." Ann.Lltllo Is leading woman nnd the only woman In-Iho cast. Jxunbcrl Hlllycr wrolo Iho scenario (roni Charles Alden Selticr's story In Ar- gosy. Ho and Mr. Hart directed. SMASHINGJPHOTOPLAY A really biff phofopJay lhat mate a, smashlti; will br> HIP altracUoTi at Iho Empress theatre next Monday. It Is "Tho, Miracle a Q'nrarilouiiL-Arlcratt picture. v-'na ndaptcfl from Iho reninrinbly sue- ccrsful Tiro rid way play by M. Cohan, Thomas MetRhftTi, Elinor Fnlr and Hclty Compson arc- an unusual cast. m The ah.i.orliing atorr ot "The M Trade wrilch was MONROE. SALT3BURV, AT COLONIAL SATURDAY ONLY Monroe Sallsbtiry, slar or "Tho Mnn In (he MoonlfeW "Tho Rlocp nrul "The IHImlJiiR Trtitl." by Clr-orgu comes (u the Colonbl Ihealre on Hfe Is a sinffing nnd Inlhing olfcring. master lingnl.il and dialcc- :lclan, 'speaking clx .dtftcronl dia- lects fluently. Some of them he per- DANCE IN K. P. HALL TONIGHT December 26th FINEST ORCHESTRA iN SOUTHERN Ai-BERTA COLONIAL LAST DAY William Fes Presents tlic Stupendous Production nl VICTOR HUGO'S ivondcrrul slory "LES MISERABLES" WITH WILLIAM FARNUM As-lhe immorlal "Jean Valjean" For your own eakc we urge yon nol lo miss last opportunity of seeing of llio (incst screen otfcrings It has even been our pleasure lo rircscnt. ChUJren.......25c DON'T FORGET RAYMOND ORCHESTRA ATTENDANCE Otnlt ll.fO Ladlet ?Sc ONE DAY ONLY A II? Pk A V DAY ONt-Y TOMORROW I TOMORROW "THE .MAN OF THE MOVIES" THE "MANSFIELD" OF THE SCREKN' Monroe Salisbury In His l.ntcsl, arcalesl, nml r'Incsl Romantic "The Sundown Trail" hung across the wire. He remained In this perilous plight urilil .wo hours liter a slrelcher-bearcr cut him down. Ono night he wag out on Xo Man's on patrol duty, lie accidentally fell In a shell crater, Iho fall stunning him. light thinking ho was dead. The she! crater was shallow, and tho air was full o! flying metal, it would btive been cert a death to move, and he simply curled up and again. The enemy, thinking him dead, paid'no attention lo him. As soon as he came (o It vas day- and hla comrades tad gone. Ho was blinded by the explosion of a shell, whilst, charging a (ranch. Foe Lvro years he lived ID a lind of dart- nees, then Lta sight i7Aa restored by Dr. Ryllo Moore, an osteopath prac- tising la D.C. Today he Id alive and veil. Tbe leading metro- politan papers hull him. aa the great- est soldier-speaker In the world, and tno literary critlci pronounce hfm to be a poet of great promise. What greater comblafcllon can be desired A gallant soldier irbo has fought a good fight and been Ln-lco desperately woanded; au orator who rankti amuDgsl Ibe world's bast, and a poet books hive had ricord EMPRESS- T0ffiow FANNIE WARD IN OUR BETTER SELVES Special Matinee 5c AIM a 'Brand New Sunihlne Soil of a Hun" A Grtfflt Picture of Ihe Gold- en Ds.ys of Old Califprnfa, communities ol men lived for months wilh- out the Bijht of a woman, lured lo lives of aclvenluro hy llic rUrtiice o[ striking R rich. A Story of'great hftart appe.il, made nMIl moro de- llgfitfu] 'by the marvelous Sierra selling, Ihe charming nlil-tashloticd dresses ami amusing stove-pipe haf.q, tho rmnlcsy of Ihe ntcn mid th-j Iteauly or the women. A plc- which that flno actor, Monrrvo Sallshury, fills tho eye nnd heart. Alto Saturday Only "HAREMS AND HOKUM" A bramrnevr Vltagrflph two-reel Special Kiddies Maffnee...... 5c M IAJESTIC THEATRE 8 o'clock TONIGHT SKEYHIL THE'AUSTRALIAN SOUDIER, POET AND LECTURER "FIGHTING THE TURKS IN THE DARDANELLES" REV. CAPTAIN DENOON, CHAIRMAN 50c; Siudents 25c, or Lyceum Tickets MAJESTIG New Day MATINEE AND lit BY PERMISSION OP A. W. TAW3 THE MEDICINE HAT OPERATIC SOCIETY Prcsenla Ihe Firnoui Comic Optra "SAN TOF With A Cant and Beauty Chorui of'Twcnfy. Fitting By Special Augmirted Orchtttri. at S.30.................. SOe, 7tc, 1140, n mA- Sr.M Sale Opens Monday at Arnutrong 4 Rawort'-.'i ;