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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUAUT 1920 DATLf PAGE FIVE DRAMA HAT AMATEUB MADE 2. tg tax 3e to vii. V.'Inniptj Markets Opon Close JuU Mil) 168 153 July UT May 4S2 453 i-ho iheir performauce, Ont.Theodor Possum cooperated splcuuid-j the -niuilog of Sthel Clay- all sides there were heard ly. Tosellrerivlth Mr. Biandiard, thcyltou.3 new paramount picture, "Petti- tlous ot the splendid ialent oT the were hits ot The grew's which will DO displayed they were commends- and file w" ,_. and IfJGttUmllrS HUU lUCJ KCIC tions which on? and all wbo took part In tho play fully deserved. In tad, Iho uleca a riot of fun through- 191; Cash Prices 151 out, and the musical number! were brilliantly rendered.- Those who had seen "San Toy" played toy a vtatcs- sional company wero not toackwur-i In Baying that the amateurs had notL'lae to lose In the comparison. Music and fun'rollcd over the foot- llglits ami kept the audience In pleas- ing and merry mood from start to tinish. The principal contributor ol gh'out were adniir- Siarlaud for tho week-end able in every lieioii and entered Into startcd Majestic Theatro In Los (heir individual parts and Into the j Angeles Wa5 U3ea for HIB action of the play with a vlm'vrlitch, Uni-ie with tho acting and siuelng of the 1 principals, made thc play sparkle. The'only regrettable feature In n noleworiiiy performance was '.he fact lhat tho receipts wore not sufficient in (he story. But welo made. theatre after a director Ocorgo Melford decided he would require civen more space. Ho (hey hurried back (o tho studio and constructed an enormous setting to pay ilie expenses of tho company, rellrcsenting tho stage, boxoj and .ailing Bhort Ijy S20C. .This was great- part o( thc orcnestra of genuino ly .duo no doubt to the fact that u x r York playhouse, such as uislia- was New Year's- Bay end there were i mo'st of thi Broai so many other things going on. X.W.C........ CAV......174.- L'.W.......... ..444 -..1S4 Calgary Livestock tho rich fun was C. S. lilanchard, as The initial production of "Sau Toy" iu. Here hq foil hi with hia to cost and praise is tu W. ja nicety and fitted it like a glove. Kis j of the Empress and Monarch; :nallvo" humor added greatly to ihc i theatres. Medicine Hal, iu making Iho: (impersonation, and Iho gsgs, local j performance possible, aa ho put upj land otherwise, ho pulled ait lilt the the money in (he first case. i I mark every time.. !res. The big studio tank was used as the orchestra pit, anil several rows ol seats were also arranged therein. At L'ALGA-ItV. .Inn. iiiarket 'ivas The. Emperors' Guard, with a ballet cue to.'lay at tho stockyards, ,of nine girls, was fully up to protes- ts ctiit 12 calves aad 241 hogs be-.fiional form and gave a highly artls- Inr; unl need. ChoSco butcher performance. Ths samo can bo f 10.J1" ,o ordinary goo 1 butch- err made ?S.OO to ?9.00; eommon, Ctarie8 n stereason with a majority .ou tti J7.50; heavy cows sr-.j helt- oj jpp trs. to ?9.08; comrr.Dn cow's, ST_ CATHARINES 57.00 lo J7.50; common hulls, to gT CATHARINES, Out., Jsn. SS-'W' i Caul. Lovelace, soldier-labor candidate OUIBUVIMI 10 517.50. oft cars. ji3 elected mayor hy 229 plurality over New York Stocks 'Mayor'Bison, the next blgheEt candl- NEW YOHK. -liiii. sales: [date. .C.P.It, :32-': rn'teil Kliics Icurs from tho Hat bound to havo a cordial welcome should they ill-visit thc city. the studio, and spectators will have a and not' tho Interior.of tho Wli Garden of Iho New Amslerflam Thca Ire !n Nciv York. Pt.ri o! a musical comedy perform 7't; Unitr-l l-'ipc] preferred.' A t. U' CHURCH BE-F.LECTED MAYOR OF TORONTO mm. TORONTO RESULTS TOKOXTO, Jan. Thomas Cburth xvas re-elected -Juiyor of Toronto today loi- !iis sixili conyecii- He uefc-nled his Controller r.Tnuiel Mcl3i .lames H. lla'.lanlyne, I, Int; rnnny Ihnnsand votes Tho most ink-resting, feature of the vote here today was Uie election of Sirs. A. HamJlloa as uldermcui for i third "ward. Controller C. A. Mngnlrc hcnderl thc OTTAWA, Jan. The department of mines estimated the production of Tho production ot more import- "Chin a musical comedy In three acts and seven sets of scenery, which has won an international repu- tation as" one of the' biggest musica comedy successes of recent scheduled for appearance here at tbfi Majestic :'cxl Wednesday, January ,7lh. j Catchy song numbers abound with delightful melody, larish scenery, cos- tunics of the Oriental and Old Eng- lish type, a chorus of over thirty sprightly girlies, hilarious comedy and- pantomimic work introduced hy a number of clever comedians with Walter Wills and Hoy Hinder in the I lead, all combine lo afford a capital) evening's entertainment of good, clean fun. ant metals during 1810 is estimated as There is practically no plot to the variegatod and scintillating THE OF A FAMOUS IE' How Lydia PinkKam's Vegetable Compound it .Prepared For Use. A -rlrfll laboratory where thul follovfs: Gold, in Tnlue; ance. in the first act we have Aladdin copper, Sl.stin onn pounds; nickel, pounds; la iho race for ths hoard of con- pounds; zinc, successful remedy is made impresses even the casual looker-on with the reli ability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which nttenda the nisling of this gr medicina for woman's ilia. Over ronntla of various, are used anuaHy ond all have to ha gathered at the season of the year when tiicir natural juices and mediciul sub- stances ere at thcjr; host, The most successful-solven called lo his aid all tha of Iho Inventive slage carpenter 'n urdcr to create tho Illusion lhat ln'B drama o! hlatorlcai Will M. RltcUoy and Ueorse Mel- j stjnlficance required rd was the director. CLEOPATRA" AT COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT All who will see Theda Ban as leopatra, tho Kgyptlan Quecu, In i.ini'l-'oi'e film at th-; olonlal tor the last time tonight, will ealizo iho dtilicultics ot uch produttloti. This was not a ase of liujiug a filtliiE natural en- ironraent for the characters, and tho ulace, vho wfre the'nourcs of their power. The funeral ot Julius Csfsar, at vhlcb Brutua and Antony present' ihelr catj to peoplo to tho place, U t splendid esamjuo at this fact, have another great pub- lic scane at the banquot of tals, which.. galleys and the Roman Bot srlvato dinner party tor u 'ie-i triremes taking part in the battle of lect Egyplltu but Actlum looied like ancient vessels festlral. Ho built temples and palaces. Ha studied i hip construction rx> that tho (stead of tho St. Lawrence skiffs. He was ever careful of keeping from his picture all reminders of the twentieth century. But even after tho sellings were made historically correct the most try. ing part of the vrurk was still before him. Whenever :w ancient clvilljaiioa Piles Cured In 6 to M Oayt .-S ;js Druggists refund money It I'AZO lw Ol.N'TMEKT fails to ciirj Uchlue, TS Blind, Bleeding or Prolruding Pllei. Irritation; So'olheV and Heals. Jj? You can get restful aleep after the. A; tral. Controller Ccineron was; re- ulected and the two new members are tons. J. M. Gibbons nnil Aid. 3, G. 00 009 pounds; pig iron, short ts and castings, and Violet Ilond, a" charming young- to extract medicinal propertiea from American girl In seavdi of a magical these herhs lamp which lias the power to grant; Every utensil and tank that comes in llsmsilen Controller Bobbins was de-j jgjg production of iheao metals reatei, lie being the fifth In thc ;was: Goid, silver, Jaraes Simpson, Ilia well-known 3339751 ounces; cupper, .Knriailst wllli radical views, came nickel, pounds; .st-vcnt.'i. pounds; zinc, Followingare the nldermon electc.l: 175 pounds; pig short I: Frank M. Johnston, litchard tni.s; ingots and castings, lloneyfard and W. tllltse. Ward 70S'short tons. S: J. R. Deamish, John Wlnrutt and Tho loial valuo of the mineral nro- C. A. Afsk. Ward 3: A. B. liur- iduclion In Canada during 1919 is esti- BOSH, F. W. .Fohnson nnit lira. A. mated nt The total valuo Hamilton. Ward 4: J. Singer. A. K. lot the 1SHS production was Kesbltt ami II. A. Cowan. Ward i: JSD" Hlachhuni, W. K. Plewnian and J. pj.iiuilraore. Ward C: leorgc IMrd- r-all, D. C. McGrfgor and flrool: Sykes. my of (he owner. They meet at! contact with UIB medicine ia iteriliied Hie loy shop of Abanazar, and the re-; precaution in cleanliness rnaining acts.and scenes are brought; the medicine is pasWarizfid and Wiled about by the magical iiruneriiea of the......... Ward 7: Eianiucl SlyJInf, F. C. ;ind Jlaher. Ward i; M. Balior, P. II. r.nd William JI. Mialiclly. KITCHENER KITCHENER, Jim. Join K. was elected mayor hy ity at -129 over W. T. Sass HARRY CAHEY AT COLONIAL SATURDAY The" popular Western Character .ic-, Harry Carey, will he seen at the Colonial on Saturday in !iis latest and hest picture'' VTho Secret one of thostj iiiclures ".vhicl havo made Carey an international favorite. Col- lamp in tiib ten shop of Widow In slfcrjli' bottles. It is the wonderful combination of Twankey. In succession follow such'roots tnd herhs, together with the characlcra as 'Fan Tan tho diminutive} skill and tare used in its preparation maid, the Goddess'of the Light, Chini vrhich feu made Uiis famoua inedidna Hop Hi, Chin Hop Lo, I'aiicrewdki, the! successful in tha ol Ventriloquist, the Gendarmes, thc Ftinjp femxle ills. Master, the Clown Saxophone Band, I Tha from womsn who Jllle. Fnlloffski, Teddy Dears, Frisco' keen restored to health bj the BSB ot the Horse anil many others loo mimer-i E. Pinkham's Vegutuble Com. pounfl which we ere continually pab> i lishtag itteit to itj ous to mention. major- onial patrols v.'lll surely welcome Ihe news that Carey U !o bo the Saturday Wttcl. night star at the Colonial. CHATHAM 1 Tho latest episode of "Blmo the CHATHAM, Ont., Jan. Mighty" and a howling two-reel Vita- man l-'rcii II. llrlscoc was elecicd graph comedy "Squabs and Squab- mayor of Chatham over Aldermiu 1 lies" will also he shown. Frttiy Stan Coming In Great New P.irrimount-Artcrart Scre-n Romance. One Way to Beat A Sugar Shortage Choose foods that are naturally sweet, For instance, for your cereal, eat Grape-Nuts This blend of wheat and malted barley needs no it is rich in Jrairt sugar, not added in self developed by twenty Hours baking. Sweet and nuilike in flavor An economical food At grocers Made by Canadian Postum Windsor, Ontario, One of the most delightful screen (romances over produced will be shown at the Impress thealrc today am! tomorrow when "Thc Misleading a new Artcr.ift-Peramonju picture, slarring JJiliic Dnrkc, will be shown. Miss Burke has tho role of Deity Taradlnc, who was' marrhil and ialer deserted by her husband on nc-1 count of her oxlravajance, nnil lives !n a big house in a liltlo New Kng- land village. Colonel I'reedy, a wound- ed army officer, is convalescing at the Taradlnc house. Hotly Is besieged by realtors, end, short 'ot funds, au Change in Train Service EMPRESS TODAY-TOMORROW Prices Billie Burke "The Mislead- ing Widow" I'rorn V. Tcunyson iTcase's York stage succoss, adorable "widow" scandaliz- es a town hy falling In lovo wllli Effective January tft'fl. Trains Nos. 537 and will ho betsvccn Calgary anil Maclcod. Servlco Ijclwccn Canlston, bridge and Macleod will ho as fol- lows: Dally os- ex. Hun. S.OOa.m. Conlston n.KJii.m. ll.15a.rn.Ar l.oihliritlgo l.v 2.sO p.m. 11.25 a.m. IxiUibrldgo Ar 3.30 12.30 p.m. Ar Jlaclcod fun, Tho TRANSCANADA LIMITED will he lemporarily wlltidrnwn, last train Baslliound passing Calgary, Jan. Isl. and Ij'st train Weslbound, Jan. 3rJ. CHANGE fIV TRAIN SERVICE WILL 17 KE EFFECT JANUARY 1920, For further parliculars, ('.f'.niy to'j 'any Ticket Agent. J, E. PROCTOR i District I'assniigc-r Agcnf, Gilgary. j Windsor Ilojnl o[ Hpalth, hackeil hy Ihe City C'ouncll, will all j ihillll'.'tl [U tBILLIE BUR.K1E t The Widow her own husband A delightful screen In svhrnh Flillio llnrko Is Ideally casl. James 1.. Crano heads a notahio eupport- Ing company. Also n Iv.r.irnoiit-Mnck Sen- net 2-reel In Alt's Place." Outing Chester, etc. Here STEW- ART In "MIND THE PAINT GSP.L." is reanimated, the producer deals with [Irat application. Prlco 60c. )isease That Works Overtime once started never Quits till Dyspepsia Tablets (he One Way to help It. Scmo diseases have peculiar .seas- ons in which to do deadly work, But there is one that works all the time, and overtime at ihat. It is al- most needless to say that diseaso is Indigestion or Dyspepsia. Once started Dyspepsia never quits .111 It Ss stopped, and there la only one way to help II, and thai is by using VJadd's Dyspepsia Tablets. There IB abundant proof that nodd'n Dypspepsla Tablets always help Dys- pepsia, hundreds ot Canadians vrho speak as does Jos. Zeph, Cote, SL Cyrillo do Wcndover, Quo.: "I have been cured of Dyspepsia, from which 1 suffered for years, by your Oodd's Dyspepsia Tablets. I can nou- eat whatever I 111.0 without any effects." Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets, SOc a box, or six boies for ?2.50, at all dealers, or The Uodds Medicine Co.. Limited, Toronto, MAJESTIC THEATRE UJprl 7 ONF.NICHT ONLY ffCU, UQIIi BIGGEST SHOW IN Clean Wholesome Over With Clever Acts __CHARLES MUSICAL COMSOY, CHIIKtflW HOY BINDER WILLS COMPANY OF 65-----MOSTLY GIRLS AND THE FAMOUS TOM BROWN'S CLOWN SAXOPHONE BAND Box Seats............52.50 Salo Opens Monrfuy at Armstrong R a worth i Positively thc Last Time TONIGHT FRIDAY William Fox Presents the Jlillion Dollar Production ef With THEDA BARA as "Cleo- patra, the Serpent of the Nile" Oc Children.. .25c fiTARLAND All Q'jmntMd. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW eiclx lite sam ETHEL CLAYTOiN s Givi." ALSO TWO. REEL KEYSTOfJE COMEDY AND 'TOPICS OF THE DAY" Great Saturday ONE DAY ONLY, TOMORROW, SATURDAY IN HIS LATEST PICTURE THE8EGRET IP yoa gel out on Iho rnngo riJc K liorce, go Harry Carey in his new, big, whirlwind Weilein Com! Early. Last Saturday night huntl.'eds wtre unable to Bet In alter eight-thirty, ALSO SHOWING ON SATURDAY ONLY LATEST EPISpDE OF "ELMO THE MIGHTY" Here Is another of popular Ha rry Carey's "devi I- may- care" Weslrrrr cf thoso pictures makes tncs red blood In your veins. It's a grtat pfc- lurej you cannot afford lo miss It. Another Howling Vilngr.iph "SQUABS AND SQUABBLF.S" One of those rfoutoua reel comedies lhat iro making the Colonial moro populnr every day. 35c Children's Special FfeUree Saiufday, 5 Cculs ;