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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY LKTHPMOCK DAILT IIRKAU1 FIVEPjfpfe- tit: PHOTOPLA YS m 31 MARKETS LADY MEMBERS' ROOMS IN BRITISH HOU OF COMMONS !SE WINNIPEG; Jsa. general ad- vance, was'recorded In >1! sraln fu- on the market today, owing to K'fepbrt from New York statins that there' was a .demand lor- oat.i by exporters. This had a strengthening i effect on'the local market. The ad- duce in oats hu'd a bullish effect on other grains.. Ti-ado in osls-on tho local market was of a narrow charncler and prices followed the iroisd ot Chicago through- put- the greater part o.' tno day. Oats closed IVic.hlghorr' barley HJc hisb- cr; flax 2'Jc: to higher. Winnipeg MarkeU -Ma-.v......... July ......I... Slay Open. SITil 157- 4S2 y a popular author ii .would have >een looki-5 on as improbable aad ri- diculous. The prisoner was in Ireland in ISM. Her father was a county inspector in the Hoy-! Irish Constabulary. lie Oicd when she was 14 and left a widow and family. The l-risoner was educated nt the Ursuliue uOnvent In Sllgo, where sho was a novice. Sho (o earn her own liv- ing when R little more than a glri, first with I.evcr Drothers at Liver- pool. Against her honesty not a sug- gestion could be made -until these de- falcations began. Sho was a woman of extraordinary business capacity. She had some small income of her own, and when her mother was away for tho -benefit of her health she look rooms at the Mid- land, Hotel, Manchester. there those who were in a totally different class ot life, and she became impreg- nated with a'great ambition to asso- ciate with people who were very kind to her and she ?ot into n position that she could not moliilain on her salary. Tiien sho conceived lac idea of start- ing business for She handled large sums of money, the petty cash being, for inslnnce, approximately a year. Her defalcations were at 'Mrst trifling. Then larger sums were taken to rover up the small. She was sv.-aiuped -by the drain on her and then began lo cards for sums which sho could not afford to lose. She lost, and it did not reiulrc much im- agination to show where the inonoy :ame from. film had filed a petition In bank- ruptcy, and bad made an exhaustive return.. Tho costs in thh case were ho ing paid by a married sister. client wits nbaolulely without a penny and was ruined. There was no suggestion ot Immorality in any kind or shape. H s no small punishment that ilin had lo faco'.miirh publicity in tho public find there had attacks on her which wero entirely without foundation. An officer ivho wan en- gaged to marry her Mill desired to make liin wlfo notwithstanding any sentence Ills Ixmlshlp might pass Tbe prisoner had good connexions and ono of her sisters was engaged to marry a partner In tho prosecuting firm. Mr. Justice McCardie, In passing amazingly, End wave their ears' when: you sren't expecting little] nifty Chinese maids, mandarins, tiny children, clowns and bureback riders (with the-realln truly, big white alr- cua horse ambling gently and fatly iround the toys that wigwag their little arms, a great stir of .fun, a dainty little maid, a Japanese doll woman, and figure that looms high in all children's nilndB, be they three or Chin llop-p with his partner in ChlnT Cliop Hi, I'lie slaves of llio lamp. All' and Eo'niuch more' that iio one could ever tell you about, if they thought 'til tliey went 'round In a circle, you can flml in this clear, sweat, colored musically, rich show. For "Chin Chin" throws Hie splen- dor of its dazzling light over your thoughts; It gilds the heart and meltr, the years away. There Is tlio chop- cliop song ronsos nil the mirth Dorothy Gish "The Hope Chest" matrimony, of course, bub don't think thai marriage Is tho end. Not tbe husband's family are rich snoba and the girl a waitress. But she teacher thenx somo lessons In demcc- racy you wilt enjoy see- ing. Don't miss it "THE RAJAH" Lloyd Comedy, and "THE GREAT GAMBLE" Episode Fivo Adults 25c Children 10c you have under your waistcoat. .There nro dozens of bits ot lun, or htaiity. or winder, or .color, bat are each a separate delight. This show of wonders comes to the ilnjeslic on January 7th. ANITASTEWXRTACTS ROLE OF OWN LIFE WORK i Anita' Hlcivar.'. is especially flllifl for her purl in "Mind t.lib Paint Girl." First National Picture which will be shown at the Kmpreos '.beatrc to- day and tomorrow. The story is almosf rnlirely built around stage life and Miss Stewart hnn spnnl n largo part d! her lite In a theatrical atmosphere. knows It Ilioroujhly. Tlie part she takes iu this picture Is practic- ally acting her own lite. Also a corking fine two-reel Chris- 1ic corody pcroaiii, "Ho Mprriod Jlfs advance in prices for this Irfg sliow. cumuli HIPPODROME CIRCUIT Tonight and Toes. 4 GREAT ALL STAR ACTS THE MUSICAL SHERWOODS Clever Musical Entertainers on Scores o[ Musical AVERY TUDOR and JESSIE STANTON In tlio" Season's Greatest Kqul- Ilbrlstic Novelty Act.'' FLORENCE DELMAR and JOHN MANGELS Presenting "Tho Splcq of I.lfc." A. Spicy Act Ilrlmful ,of Kcature.s. New 'THE HOPE CHEST" HAS SPLENDID CAST famous Clown Saxophone Band in Charles Ollllngham's itujiend- p.-sduction of "Chin at Uie Majestic Theatre, Wed., Jan, 7, Shave With Cuticura Soap The New Way Without Mug Casting a Motion picture is tbo first' move that calls for certain failure If; badly done. And It Is a difficult thing to get good actors to small parti, i Dorothy Oish wan jubilant when the j catting director at her atutlio convlnc-: ed GeorfO Fawcett, the rriin who play-1 ed tho original part of 'The Great j John Oanton" on the stage, both In Kngland and America, tint tbe part of: IAV Pam.ln The Hope Chest" which' will ha shown at Starland tonight and 1 tomorrow was one which needed just such, fin actor, as Fawcetl If it was tn given the nrl.lslic treatment It j .'Jr. Knwcelt for many years a GEORGE A. BIRD and INEZ KEMA In the Itural Comedy Sketch "A Crossing Conversation" Photoplay Feature MADGE KENNEDY In "DAUGHTER OF MINE" Screen Comedy "A ROUGH MOUSE ROMEO Lko Comedy Riot COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA-SIX SOLOISTS Prices: Adults SOc, 25c Matinee Daily at 2.30 Nights at 7.00 and 9.00 MAJESTIC THEATRE ONE NICHT ONLY FOR THE YOUNG AND OLD THE BIGGEST SHOW IN YEARS Charlo Dilllngham't G rente it of Muilcal Comedlec ONLY COMPANY PRESENTING WITH WALTER WILLS AND ROY BINDER Drlatrtal New York Globe Theatre Production TWO YEARS IN NEW YORK CITY With Its Weal'.li uf Novel Effects and Wonderful Including Iho Flight of the Pagoda nml Airship. Caravani of Pretty of Numbeft THE FAMOUS TOM BROWN'S CLOWN SAXOPHONE BAND Box Seatt, At Armrtronfl Raworth PMPRESQ TONIGHT Prices _ _______ Tl! Is Is the first Anlla Stew- art' picture to be shown at theso prices. Get In "early. Anita Stewart In Drama Stage Life "Mind The Paint Girl" Adapted from trie famojt ctage play by Sir Arthur Wing Plnero YounB Man! Beware' of the Painted Beauties of the siage Also 2-reel Christie Comedy Married Wife." Anita Stewart "Mind It Rivals Charm of the Orient, Yefso You No Regrffs arxHhe Husbaods thro THIS WEEK AT THE COLONIAL ;