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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EDXESIUY, DECEMBER 31. 1919 r UKHA.UI PAGE FIVE DRAMA VA PHOTOPLA YS iARKETS Dec. oaf. 'ic loner lo unclnngel; Mr- 5c to %c blgticTT anil Mai lc Winnipeg Markeli OPOU. cioie. ember............ P31i VjTfc Icrmber I. So. 1 Feed. 1S1 1S1 45" No. 3 C.W... Ftitti.. of International'Labor Will He in Paris in Jfinuiiry OTTAWA, Dec. Jloorc, ul tho Trades anil Labor Bri-sB. bus been chosen lo repre- CanaJian workers at the mccl- of i Kovcrulng budy of the In- 1 2 No. 3 2 Wln'nlpeu Livestock Mcc. Hiis lnK 111 t-nlMe and ut on the inis u very qiilrl, iherc htliiB hem] of culllo lo e of whiln Icrnaiional labor office in Paris, on Jin. 2G, The Uutnlnloii government is eniitloiJ to Bend ft delegate, liut il.'o chuito has not yet been nude, Mr. Moore -will act aa substitute lor I P. .M. Draper, who was officially noni- ii'i-tpil by Ihfc workers' group at InLenialioiia] labor conference j Washington, but Is unable lo accept ,lhc appointment. Tho IntcrQaiiciiinl labor office is parl of Llic permanent International Ijbor organization created by ihe trealy of Versailles, tinder ilio au- spices of tho league of nations. One of the Mlo, at the Colonial Wednes- day. Thursday and Friday, local amusement seelters will see the moil fitloiml and magnificent pholo- drumatlc spectacle ever produced, s Ions and paRcaals ol "_. _ queen is portrayed by ihe foremost interpreter ol siren roles aroui'i-d the entire theaire and picture-Koine public of .New York, TThoro "Cleopatra" enjoyed a phenom- enally successful run on Uroadway at the Lyric t beat re. No Him drama ever offered Iho American public has achieved greater popularity than this stupendous production. William I'ox, never hcppicr than when malting cinema productions ol huge proportions, is saUl to have tot A new murk Yi.i ijlchirLiai'nn the famous loves of Clcopjtnu and It will aoML" lime before there will found a lype inio liic savjjo hpanty ;md persroiuilltv oi Miss Harii tiiA miire perfectly. "Cleopatra" was photographed in California under the dircc.tton of J Gordon Edwards. 11 represents Ihe co-ordintUcd plajlng of 30.000 people It look months lo make nnd repre- sents (lie expenditure of large turns for the erection of Egyptian am! I Ho HI an cities. It portrays the world's j first naval battle of AC- which eighty vessels were jeclaJly consfruclcd aiiJ later burn- ed to llio wr'.cv's edge. It shows the Qjits of Hgypt anil Rome engaged in lilnulc BLrugglc, depicts the death of C'aesar In ilie Itotimn Forum, and With a plan to reap wealth from will Jhoroughly eajoy IJie production which tho his deeds, L'tuce u group from the slums of Mm-1 LaUAa. cJiered ro cotuinaud eavc Iheir utcds. v.'as Uurlte uud the Girl and ihe Kitnd d a miJ3bniien brute, ihcir de- coy. Thon a-Miracle happened! The stcrs Found the vile in '.heir hervru ivaa alloy! For the pure, guileless life 'mid the Drought Ideals lhat cleansed smircb- 'ed hcr.rls of crim'.', Til ui last even Durke. (he foul- hearted. Krcn] Jils uoiil Irom the taiui of ils It's a pfcfure (liat ai your heart- or 'San Toy." 11 la produced wealth of eyedal costumes, nil spe- cial scenery, the original tuneful mus- ical score, a. larie rolls t'lnin- selves as a roupli ol Chinxnu-n, i Hoy U. auj Chin Chop III. of U.o Holy Itlblu itiore is r-eriApi chorus, full t-ilani no nioro company oT r-rinclyals. augmented hunk ihut ArLibiaa orchesln, and all told promises to ol iht> known Ktii'.iHti ver- o[ the cvt-nis of ihu staeon HI slons of vln'cli is by ihu Jolm Iho Mujeatlc. i Payne, well! 'itiwt! lo acrbohn; for his power a In I Ms irans- UNIQUE SCENE IN jlHtlon oT the rosins of Master "PUTTING IT Villon remain ;t lu his genrus. r.onderful culloctioH uf Moslem Quo of Ihe untqui Tut Jt Orcr" a new pic- lure, BtarriiiE IJryani Washburn whlrh Wltn will be gbown ei Starlaod tonight and tomorrow, is Iho scene where Mr Benwai.-on. WaBhbum, who pluys iho pirl of rcad smaH 10vn rabo. starts lo CJUIT the Coor of rofjjn occupicrt by ihe boirJ of directors of a. large corpom- tiou, to BuUniit. to them :i which has to iucTCise their The audit-nee need uul imagine how Etrlngs, FuH of mixed wiili and tears. _ he fplt. as il (s shown on the screen laughter1 and wnilo- Tho hero cudden- J ly shrinks until lie looks like ,1 mere When you you'll echo companwl to the (iiousands: I 'Takes its place ivltli tin; greatest in years." ot t] f[ t the gOYCrninB us will be fo delemilnc whether, lL3ai. elay In ruli lion convent Ions and recommendations ai States If re-convened the con- t Steel nrc- fcroneR wouM probably meet in either IxinJon or Paris. The governing body (urlhcr empowered to prepare the fur the next resular uieeling the conrerence. 'SAW TOY" AT MAJESTIC TOMORROW (NEW YEAR'S DAY) The- Medicine Hal Arr.itour Opcrat- LO door whirl) IOOIHE up licTore on sire wriiicn Uic llrcctor'E room." The ECCIIC is rjultf orifflna] mrd nor- cl nntl nothing liVc it has ever be- fore been seen In the movies. Mr. is by a splendid company headerl by Shirley Mtson. Siren of ibc wiles 011 tlic lloiuao Socirty will offer ;i HE ONLY COMPANY shows the Nile working In accompaniment lo "Cleopatra." a tnngniliccut interlude will bo ollcrcd by Colonial Augmented Concorl Orchestra, under Charles Uuresford's able direction. The su- pprb overture, "Tho Collpb of will be ono of the featured or- chestral numbers. SAYS 1.AUBL WOOD ALCOHOL POISON TOnoXTO, Dec. D. :hnlnnaii of the Onlario HCOTIFC board. IATTEN" ON'WHEAT AND FLOUR PRICES (Financial Times.) J Fallen, llio treat wheat trailer, laps on rtcon! that IicHcves (no lorld Is tolng to wa. vtry much llglicr prkcs for bf h wheat and our. 1'alteii Is noted for laying what lie- thinks any on this says the never has bad any (here will be much Interest cumplnints or ivhlskey being atl'jJier; his liows al the present :Uc4 ivlth wood alcohol, as has been sciissins the outlook for prices, Hie case In the cnslcrn alatcs rccent- fatlisn pays; ly, sucKcatcil Ihnt the name of vroort 3earlfch as I am on financial alcohol be changed to nuplha or aome Jnci commercial I ivoiiliJ sucli uamc, niitl iiie stuff lie labelled Inl nc aurprlsed lo s-ec wheat sell at "iiaUon." Many people Go not fcnow li ii bushel on the J310 crop, and Lhat wood alcohol is pulson, says, around J20 n barrel, because a man with a thirst sees a bol- Northwcat and Western Canada tic labelled "alcohol" lie llilnka il ie lad very poor crops of spring who.iL a drink wllh a in il and not year and our new winter wheat that Us kick Is deadly, he frop glve3 poor promise. Hessian flyidrinks it. unusually prevalent all. over Iho .Weal belt, especially in y g FEDERAL EMPLOYEES iwCdleru Slates. Acreage is Illinois and Jnrilana aTid some of the Trcatly- reduced and every stale in Ihe winter vhoal belt I-.ns Lcen Iiavint; with light snow cor- on tho plant.1' DISPUTES WILLIE'S INCOME THE HAGUE. Dec. arljntciiit of former Crow a I'rince l-'redcrlck William ot Germany lodgcil n protest with ihc Wier- Ingcn coun'rll Us assessment Vt Hie prince's isnnual Income for in- I omo lax levy al SOO.OOO florins, nc- to Uic IlantJclBuJud. The of- ficer declares llml Frederick Wil Income ia only.C per cunt, ol amount. WANT TO STAY WITH FEDERATION OF LABOR HARRY CAREY COMING TO COLONIAL SATURDAY ONLY The most ponular character actor il the screen today is Harry Carej', lhat lovable AVeslerner. Colonial patrons will welcome the news that Hurry Carey will be seen at the Col- onial on Saturday only ol this week, in his lalast production "The. Secret This is one or Carey's best pIC lures ami ts aure to p. I tract capacity lo the Colonial, "THE MIRACLE MAN" A Rhymed Review (Ily Russell 1'ar nway. from the busllo of cities spot that countrywide PRESENTING "CHIN CHIN' iight ihan Iran slat tu ititu every I mn'ii 10 civil'.zrtiion ia ic orness ts-icn n: are the Li to greater D'icra, "San Toy" at ifn: Mi Th'MSrc Tmorroiv (New Vfur'.i Uayj. j Charles only company Two perlornvancfcs will bn. Of "Chin which comes lo the ial :natine9 at 2.30 nnd an even- Millie Wetlncatlay. January perform-ncc at S.SO. Walter Wills and Hoy Hinder roles, is rounded HFOM the skies. in Arabian dcson it- elf, -whcTi? iravnllers rrcrord ;ia :i conniuni anil uhiU'beards [jravely in ilu-ir places al eve- around (lie catuy iire, in i'I children niotinnlesj as 11 breut.'ik'jJi iviili iiuenilon us iliuy drink in the wonU with eyes end mouths as well as car.? while ihe Itawi, or reellur, lo whose wit iho tusk of suopIyiuR deiuih is Irfr, enici-ialn? tlirt groups wiili nlc-- turc-sque and OrloiiluL ctfoci. In spile of ilic (act that Thomas a lies, il Is incomro- louu of Iho is riccpiionally high ami pure aii'l ilevotional fervor oitr-n rlsea lo the Itoilkig of They have jiHthus, sivcoi. deep, anil iue: tender, slmplo and true. They depict life i-.a RiroiiK anil epleudid. Cnrlylo calh'd t.'m Arabian MglHs park of downright vcTiihle that the The compaur (hie season, wlilcli the i though everywhere flavored willi thai' unaffected jicpsltnlEm and cousUiu-l Tin, jllonal molancholy which Htrikca under thu brlcliteaL: numbers over titty people, have been most popular talc In the The whole or the arc Colonial on IVedncaday, Thursday and Friday, this week, nnd for tnrcc days only. It. will not lo shown on Katur day, ns the management hive another treat Saturday nhjhl show, lined up tor their S.ilurrliij- ntehl patrons. When William Kox proshnis his (dm. version of "Clno- with Thcda Cara as the Slrcu TWO CAR LOADS of SCENERY AND THE MOST STARTLING EFFECTS SEVEN SETS INDOOR CIRCUS wrtti milVtLOUS VtHTMlOQUIST MADEMOISELLE FA1LOFSKI THE INIMITABLE PADEREWSKI ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES GROTESQUE DANCING ------AND THE FAMOUS------ CLOWN SAXOPHONE BAND TWO YEARS AT THE 6LOBE THEATRE, NEW YORK SONG HITS GOOD-BYE GIRLS I'M THROUGH VIOLET, VIOLET THE PEIUN PATROL I.OVE MOON THE CHINESE HONEYMOON TEMPLE BELLS OAU.Y MOOHEY ETC., ETC., ETC. MAJESTIC POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT JAN. VlJj PRICES: J1.00, tf.OO BOX SEATS, SEAT SALE OPENS MONDAY, AT 10 A.M. AT ARMSTRONG 4 KAWORTK'4 RUSH YOUR MAIL ORDERS IN NOW From the play by George M. Corun, based on the by Frank L. Packard. The whole of life, illum- ined! The flesh, the blood, ihe soul of livmt; men and women- ning, struggling, loving. The reek of the under- world, the lure of ihe sea, [he breath of the fields in summer. Fused, with a thousand smiles ami tears, into a great dra- matic entertainment that will live forever in ypur heart. Come! EMPRESS MAJE NEW YEAR'S DAY MATINEE. AND NIGHT JANUARY FIRST BY PERMISSION OF A. W.TAMS, THE MEDICINE HAT OPERATIC SOCIETY PRESENTS THE FAMOUS COMIC OPERA SAN TOY WITH A LARGE CAST AND BEAUTY CHORUS OF TWENTY. FriTING MUSIC BY SPECIAL AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA. Evening at 50c, 7Sc, Matinee at 2.30.......... 50c, SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S V COLONIAL-NOW PLAYING BIG HOLIDAY ATTRACTION-TODAY, THURS. FRIDAY WILLIAM FOX'3 SUPER-PRODUCTION CLEOPATRA STARRING THEDABARA A MILLION DOLLAR PRODUCTION EXCELLING EVEN "INTOLERANCE" IN SCENIC coat CaetAr an Empire to see Cleopatra. It will cost you only In the afternoon or Jt nljhtfor 10c 25t Madnee Daily at Nlghti at and SPECIAL MUSIC BY THE AUGMENTED COLONIAL ORCHESTRA Charles Director BIG SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE NEW YEAR'S DAY ;