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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AP1UI. 2S, 1911 THE i. E T n n n i n c, K DAILY r> AC, Fran EH COMMANDER Second in Command of The Scott Expedition Himself Telling the Thrilling Story "Scott's Discovery of the South Pole" Illustrated by Remarkable Stereaptican Pictures by H. G. Ponting and Dr. Wilson of the lost parly. The Story Scott Would Have TolcLhad he Lived Prices 75c, 50c Eg Seat Plan Opens Thursday, April 28th at Jackson's Drug Store SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT Al Morris And His Mcrry Minstrels of 'uiiiiimoiis I'l'irt-s Joe WEDNESDAY The Call of Traumeri MON, and TUES. SPECIAL "Ifie necklace of Barneses" A THKILL1NG DETECTIVE STORY THE ORHTcST FILM SUBJECT EVER PRODUCED PRICES lOc and iSc MATINEE DAILY Extra--3 Nights Com. Thurs., April 30, Frank Morton Musical Comedy Co- i-pMTLvrgy MARKET! i LOCAL WHEAT PRICES j f.'o. 1 Kor.......73 No. I Red N0. 2 Vot.......71 No. 2 Uc.l Ig No. 3 Nor.......5S No. 3 lie.l j Ko. 4 No. 1 .lleil ......Cl j No. 5 Nor.......56 No. 5 licit ......56 No. 1 No. 3 Ilc.l ..............._................ 07 No. 3 Hcd 01 i No. J Hcd S3 if T I95AII h s O N L Y H WARREN KERRIGAN leri'tance HANDSOMEST IN MOVING PICTURES SATURDAY'S GRAIN KARKETS Man., April Opening j flnd closing Jirices on ULO local j ejriiangc today v.'ere as j Close Jlny October........ July............ S'J'.-j Flax- May JirtT............. Novcnitior........ Closing Casli Prices No. 1 Northern......... No. Xorliiprn......... No. 3 Northern......... No. 1............. Two Days M Starting a DANIEL FROHMAN PTESENTS A FiVE RE.EL SPECIAL PE.YrURE D. Tl "3 irt W" T] uson r nuiB of Produced in PHOTOPLAY ADAPTATION FROM RICHARD HARDING DAVIS' iUc- PLAY 15t First Baplis't Church F3V KER5ERT An '.Vilh llmi'.V ;in Dyke AND OTHER WASTE CSMECES 3 P. M. 25-.. A '1 JH ISSSKSISiS' fii---.----- .ifinnip' M THE V.'ELL KNOWN STORY IN TWO BIG REELS Programme at Starland Monday A DRAMA TELLING A STOHY YOU WILL LONG REMEMBER GRIPPING DRAMA Rick's Re- demption STRONG MORAL Second Chapter LOW KEYSTONE ar-jjjctshiti in Hsc Cliambor of Ihr iLiuiieil lo iiolfl lb of liofli njjd iin fiitls. nt -I.Kt iu ri.- S ztsiiiic jrc iijily tnis favt liui rciiiiUiioii ;imii! tit ;i linnor.i evcnsn It' ;u-J "ii COJK I 'rift j ii i he In ihf; evening. HIPP. Kverjhoily The clecifoiis take piace Although lliu campaign has been one of ihf- most nntmatetl "evfr rinded in Franco, there bcoii no rJisoi-lpr, flinl I be authorilies Pipi'ct lornoi row's [-oiling to ol( No. I Winler No. 2 No. y Winter 2 W............. No. U. N'o. 1 Feed........... No. I No. 2 Veed.........'... Flax- No. 1 X. >v. C........... No. 2 C. W.......'...... No. a o. Minneapolis Wheat Ouvii September SS-% Chicarjo Wh-at May S7 luc- EMPRESS- ISe Monday and Tuesday The K Adventures of tnlvn APRIL 30 AND MAY MASTER PHOTOPLAY ili'ily rf-juleird !A iiictiljrct; uf i ii.c tiijLiiip. v. v.erf Al Morrh ami -'.H'r- Holi. Hur-'_ rov.nian is in H.s; linr nf anil (.ri li.r iioiiriyinp; Lndi fi-nl Killanicy tlin. >vcrc liy n iccnsbrr I of Irish .his live- is ;i ?crc.im. ;nnl UIP. cnt ftlcsi is ;i cmlit ii> j LIVESTOCK MARKET Winntprc. Mau., nt tlic Uvestofk yards on Friday Tnii'y active-, demand ir. niost part from tlio eastern iiiarhits, IDLMI Iniytrs liclnt; ivoll fllt- l-'rom tliu ysirds on Kri- day There were shippf il srnx-n vnrs of calllo to Koutii r.ml, .nnd f-uvf-i] -f-avs of to McnUcil. The bulk of Hio'obofcc .stcci'S ins wcnii' 'veru sold 'nromnt i7.fii> to tome mat Rothl -siuff, tinw- llicre 5s Lo liottcr prii-cs In iinnipdlHtc fuMirv. Tlic infdrsft lioldii steady, simr> few conijflniutu m.ich-. ticmuur, lhal tlio fiiiaiitj not'so jjurjii-an a or Iwp ago. A fcojH for :i. fov. .wncks. rilciCG hlKChfr E'.'JfTS nl 25 lo rhnicc licifcr.s tn nnd common mi- SOPRANO AT STARLANO rtl j Mar-tpr Kiiigftlou. trie ].op- j Stiiriiin.! tlin the UTIP'C. .luiiirtJe is llu; f.tffs'Ji-j ivcr of a fcprano iclfo. Momby will ;i 11 pycifi.iViy at'.d ly j liy (vr-ry r in l.viMiritiuc. Thr-.iiU j fliu- prf cr.riiri'.v of (cf.hnc ;.i b? fk'nvn on Moi'iiny. c ili :iuL, rf Jjc-ft piiterl tr'.cr off'Tc-'l in AT THE SHERMAN TV i nr; ijjr at ul.ir .is a "Soldiers of ;i five reel fculurc ;il (lie liijiiu Monilny nnd Turstliiy. ft-d watered, ai.u SS.L'7. off A MERE SMELL WAS SUFFICIENT Hilling quotations I Thn of a vrrj tiphl-ilra-.igiit tn iUucoln. llm mastynl of CM an fr'my Ihs cjmji. Ft will unilcrminc coiDlilnlion ruin !hc mojt vigorous limllh. lo indigestion. It Impure tilooO. lui] sick KfJiljcllcs, (j one ff (hf moil frequent .ippcrulicilii. To ncrlKtitisslon-tjiciiJi-. [MI3 cure Tdty are entirely vfcctablc in enniiioailion arid ilo not ircVen. wraten nr cripc. PreKrve yourliMlililjyijIang Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills SLUM. Cica: was laiil fru't Mint tliia lnut ocuvrc iu vury liltln ivali-r. "Oli. yrs." ilm 11 [irr-.iiiinL- H RJIl nui w lie re .TV Air. Elu-'soil. "Slic-'s vsiiiif i'.iv. I'rnfis.'or. I slirM riiti oil the nitre snifrf of thr .________________________________1 rcmarh IK of E'nu'c -for Abo-il Hi? of Hi-- f'rin' inul .Mr. llns-HI were. fimirra fuel nn.l oil' UIR V-C--5V prr-vi' hcl Antt'-rfd Nf.i.r (idiii'. AMY S Lite 5. A nst PASSION PLAY In KOSIT l.Hli'O Of H -.ru! Kiir.iI-Cnlrired MOTION PICTURES By Pathc Frcres Salvation Army Citadel Friday and Saturday May 1st and 2nd Childccn 4.15 p. tn. 10 Adults B.OO p..m, 25 cents Gcort IiMTrnnicnt.il and MiifiJ.- Ciiadcl Band :it Kertny nnd AMin's DniK A very Hmi niiinhcr of the world's music 1 o most of us the chance to hear human playing of good music comes infrequently. Only in the great cities are the ap- petitesof the music-hungry satisfied. Even then one can hear but a small part of all the worth while concerts. Fortunately for those who love the masters of the past, and who have the judgment to recognize in present day composers the masters of the future, there is the Edison Amberola I Diaeicr.d-Point Kptod-jctT, tiljliy Jerked ii ciiiian And oik. lop. Itis worthy of Wagner, of Bach, of Puccini. The clear, lone, remarkable in ils purity, is simply a transition of human music info your own home. Unless you have heard the newest Eclisons, you have no concep- tion of their wonder- ful mellow quality. Y ou never realized that such beauty could be applied to sound. Ask your Edison dealer to play one of the Blue Ambcrol you will know that the whole world of goorl and pres- ent-is open1 to you. A COMHirrF. LINE CF EDISON I'HONOUiAI'HS RtTORDS WILL BE FOUND AT THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO, PHONE 445 13TH STREET NORTH Kenny A13in? Limited, Drug-Book Store 5th Street, South Lelhbriclgc, Alfa. ;