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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, 191) THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE Films First Time in Canada HERMAN .Exclusive, Excellent A gripping story of mining days at Cripple Creek 3 Reels of Remarkable Scenes 3 Sherman Grand Orchestra Always In Attendance Matinees Daily at 2.30 p.m. Continuous Performance Nightly 7 to 11 p.m. T TREASURE' MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES 1 Xor.......75 Xo. 1 Hed No. 3 No. 2 Red No. 3 Nor.......CS 3 Ited Ko. I Nor.......01 No. 1 Hcd No. 5 5 Ked Ko. 1 Rea No. 3 Hed No. 3 Kcd Ko. 1 Red ....50 C9 C5 01 :t TO THE PUBLIC We will be open for business on and after-Friday: April 1 7th. We solicit your correspondence and your sliip- Open 'ST ISOVi Close WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PR'CES Winnipeg, Man.. The opening ami dosing prices ou the local en- change today were ag followfi: Wheat- May .luly....... Oclobcr 'Jlay July October......... doting Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern.......... No. 1 Xorttiern.......... No. :t Northern......... No. i................. No. s................. Feed Mo. t Winter........... .Vo. 2 Ko.'3 Mo. 2'C. w. Ko. C. W......'........ No. No. 4 Delected No. 1 X. W. No. 3 C'. No. 3 Minneapolis Wheat .May............ July........'...., HO'i SS 73 f.S s a ss sou II Closa Caih Flax Ko. 1......-...... IM Chicago Wheat Mar...........'- juij-............ S6'nd Catudlsn hir.lory be krpt eft Ih? OJrric-.ilum. 1'tCcfdiri; arc fome of (he coMaii.ctl in the new set of drafted and iu r.c pre 10 Ilio Ontario l-ldiicaliona Assotiztion Way, Tr.e filtt-third-an- Ti-ia! that here, fhti moinins. l-'oiirleen h-Jnrlred Irom all parls of ments "of stock of all kinds. We know that it is for the Interests of all to create a for Lethbriijgc district slock, wliere the buyers, the and the iiock come You cshnot aHord. unless you arc a very Izrje grower, lo'ship two or three hun- dred miles (or a market. Get your mar- ket as close.home as you can, and sell in the oiarket. The buyers cannot afford to travel lo find you. The expense of the trave! has lo come out ol the stock of you sell. There Is stock enough.'and rapidly in- creases, to make n. market here. We must get together. Through the courtesy of the' City and the Agricultural Board we are able to .offer you the best equip- ped yards in Alberta wllh streel car con- nectioo with the cily. water and electric lights, connected with the C. P. R. main lines (by a running to and from Warner and Cautts, and Fore- mosl. We will feature two each month as FARMER'S TRADING DAYS, and ih- vile the farmers to meet each ether upon these days and trade with each other, a bull, a boar or a horse, thit has been" use'd long enough, hi will be able lo.ex-. change with someone who also -A-ants to change his stock. An AUCTION SALE will be held, upon Ihese that anyone cares to bring in. In the way of implements.'household furni- ture, live Block or any other thing.that he may to part with, will be entered at the sale. We want the Farmers to come even if they have nothing to sell. Got acquaint- ed with each other, exchange ideas if nothing else it will do you good and your larm good. Members of cur Board of Trade will be there to meet you and get better acquainted, is. it is the tpirit of the Doard to get iiLtq closer.touch and better relations with the Farmers. We will announce-FRIDAY THE 24th as' the first Farmer's Day. You may put feed In your wagons, and should you wish to stay a day or two you may leave your upan the grounds at a cost to you of 25c for each 24 hours. The merchants will, we are assured, deliver goods to your wagons at the yards. PROF. BHAMWELL LEAVES AND PROF. ROMNEY OF JUAREZ COMES TO RAYMOND We Cannot Succeed Wittigut dc- answer QUPStions.bcliiw, i and innil to us. How fan inakc llic siork yards IMinuKrl, H.-lt Uiii.ivn for sonic lime lliat wniild he flumes in pfrsoacel o! ll-c Knisht Academv i-iculiy for ih? rnnan? "wiK-ol year. Ov.'in; to ill itiKli crl liis iviie 1'iot. Hrainvttll lo south but nnl Haiucday a' dff.nitr plan arranjrii. v.hcn tic lacked gram from II. II. Cummings that "as aupoirrtfd lo iato of a similar sriiool al Snouflake, Ariiona. 1'rof. Braianrll closed a deal c" Ms Iwaie ivitt Lawr- Uiinsi. Mis. Hramucll awl chil- uiH Irate brie in about, .a inunih. 'Ir.c pitilesscr will lollow al tele- Matin PATHE WEEKLY BIJOU PATKE WEEKLY 10c TODAY 15c Up-to-Dade Melodrama with Barbara Tennant and J. W. Johnson NESTOR COMEDY NESTOR COMEDY On the. Way Port of Doom MARINE DETECTIVE PLAY On the Way i the close of schco'. O.i tiic return of II. P. Allen ftoui as [earned lhat oi Juarez, t head Lave City it PiM. Thomas I'.omr.e liiit Amoral su -offer Ihtv a siie.urss'! ou I Mexico. Academy, will I.e. :i I of the school here, lliirini; the recent jwar trouule in Meviro he has bjsn attending rollese. ei.mes with iKommrndatiuiis. He is'ucH [lliO-vn hy unite a nvmilier of people catrle litre ftom Mevico. Only ul the present fatuity vrill remafn. .Maxell Cazifr. B.A.. at- the. ihead ot the literary department-, and iMatUda Wallpn. teacher ot Domestic i Science and Art. I George 0. Xye joes- iioai htrc lo Hriahaui City, Utah, io take. fharee of tii? musical enrt oi the pub- hii: schiiol at. that place. I'rol.. Kd- iiviti itisttuel.or in ntariual training arirt.arts, has acccptexl pcisit'on in the Oiieida Stake Acad- ''erny in Iiialio. 1'toi. Tanr.r-r nil: the Kiiijimcr in flaymonil and i evpects lo lo college in fail lit things arc lavoraWc. Ileber V. I Allen, ulio lias had charge of inathe- imatEes and who hjs won favor dur- .jine the sliurl time since he began at Christmas holidays has "expressed, him-plf as desirous ot extending liis f.eld nf iiielulncss :by further prepar- ations. The names o tlio nev. teachers are I not-yet. siren. If. is lareely'the pro- TONIGHT REELS MYSTERY DRAMA Prince The Fire Dog Keystone Comedy. or Ihe president lo own colleagues. chc-ove. Will you -make Yards to briv or' of Ilir Stock dl you lie s Jla'v'J on April 24ili. 1st. HINDU THE RIGHT MAN Medicine Hat. Alia.. Asril constable from .Mission, -il.l'.. Itlcntillei the Hindu, Kesrii Mai. held here by the police, as tue mast wanted [or murder at Mission. CONCERT ORCHESTRA Tango Dancers Next Week MAIL TO Lethbridge Stock Yards Co. Limited 24th Will be the First fftJU'Hf_____ Residents of the City may offer at this sale anything in Live Stock or Implements that they may.have to dispose of Lethbridge Stock Yards Go. George M, Hatch, Gen. Mgr. LIMITED TANGO Great prer-a'alion is lieing made for Taneo ooiupefUiou to be ai Sltrland next Keek, All tliis compelIlion will be coaciierf Prof. Laibvilrli and -Mil's May. Val- Liable pri7Ps have betn Eccurstl for ths -.vltincrs. MELODRAMA AT THE BIJOU THEATRE TONIGHT An ujvlo-datc, pociciy dramn, .in arhleli" Barbara Tcmiant, O. A. C. Lund ftnr! .lack .lohnslon tnact leading mice, will hs al the Kljou lonl'ht. TL' ia 'one "of dramas melorlramati i whltli out with ronttnues with a Ficiies. of eitlnft until the fcrocn darkens.' GRIPPING DflAMATIC PRODUCTION .Tonkin al llic .Sherman another tri'mii-li of Ihc wcrlt lie oxhlljilcil. "'I'lie I Ail in