Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, Al'RII, 27, 191 i THE I. ETH BRIDGE DAILY UKRAl.n PACK TIITIEI MARKETS LOCAt WHEAT PRICFS 1 Nor Nor 5 Nor 4 Nor 5 Nor 71 No. I lied So. -J Ki-J Nn. 3 lied No. i lied No 5 Ueil lied Claims l-'xcrpUons in (lie Law Only (Jo lo Prove the Rule GRAIN PRICES Close MONDAY'S Wlunlpc-K, Man.. April tuln; and elosluK urlci-i on tho lutirf jratii cMlmuge today were as fol- lows: Wheat- May July October 0315-- May July'.. May July Ui-lober Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern......... Mo. 2 Northern No. a Northern.......... Ku. No. 5................. No. C.................. 51' SI'" VS'.t esv, K No. 1 No. 2 Whuer Winter............. Jvo. 2 C. No. 3 C. F.x. Nu.- 1 Feed............ Ko. 1 Ko. 2 Feed...............' No. JC No. 4................... 1'ced......-........... yo. ix. w. y............. m1, C. 1301 Ko. 3 U. W............... 122 Minneapolis Wheat Open Jlay. July Close SOU Preparailons hive started to make Ubor Day. May S, which la a civic boll-lay, a great UK hUCcebB. The- committee In charge have the ar- rangements In hand, and will LOriliuno xvorkins oil lUl-ul every d.'.y from row oil until tho tlmo arrives, lhat every brauch of the work in the great umltriaklns BO i-lockwork, without a Jillch. Thu team owners iu the city aro being iisked to deliver gratis a loai o! sand on Ihc shore of tlie. small lake north o! Ihe bear pit before ID i o'clock on Hie day of Mio great ev- ent, and aro responding to the re- riui'st nobly, rwlizlu? the great en- joyment it will give to tho kiddles ih'is summer. A. largo supply can be used, auJ Ihe committee urges that all those lliat din haul a load to pleasn do so. A larne army of citizens have al- ready signified their willingness lo he on liauJ al 'i o'clock shara at thn lest, end of either a shovel or a _, but Uicrc will be plenty of work for two thousand more -wii'.tng work- ers, so .everyone who. can. i-ossihly coiiie but, be there. Special allention [t. also being piovlded for those who may get ovcr-escrtcd hy hard work, as tho Hist Aid Ambulance Corps will have a lieU hospital right on tho ground, so there will he no excuse for Ihe heavyweights. To eii'dven Ihe day's work, of music will play at Intervals at dif- ferent pruts of tpo park. Commissioner Grace and Park Sup- erintendent Mitchell have the day's work now all laid out, and there is plenty of It lo do. Chairman Freil W. Downer specially invites all loyal I.cUibridge ciiUe-ns, the Mayor, Cily Commissioners, the President of Ibe Board of Trado and his Council, min- Big Feature at BIJOU-Tonight CU1CAT AMB1MGAX STAR Dustin Farnum Soldiers of Fortune FIVE PARTS PRODUCED IN CUBA WITH AN ALL STAR CAST AT A COST OF 2500 ACTORS AND SUPERS You Must See This herman Theatre Tonight Only Tonight Round The World For 15c EVAN i THE THRILLI "Scott's Discovery ot the COMMANDER Second In Command of Ihe Scott Expedition HIMSELF TELLING THE THRILLING STORY OF Have Told had He Lived May 4th-Wesley Church 75c, 50c. Seat Plan Opens Tomorrow, April 28th, at Drug Store. A Tlirillinti' Dnumiiic Mosl Powerful Kver I'ro- iluml in IMmtii Continuous IVrruniumre )0 15 Cents. n 1 Frank Morton Musical Comedy Coy Deal in If Ainu 3 days, commencing Thuvs., April 3O Jlay My SeptcrabEr Chicano Wheat doctors, bankers, den- tists, merchants, commercial travellers, clerks, mechanics, civic PEACE PROPOSAL'S AFFECT .MARKET '-.Chicago. HI.; pros- liocU 'had a licanal! effect today -the wheat market. The fact that rains were general over the greater part of the winter and .spring crop bells also'influential in' causing a downturn. At llic resulting dettinr. Jiowcver, Imylnfc on the part-of com- mission houses broiiftit about a rally, overcame-.nearly "all thft loss- Opening cent lower, ar.d there was a slight to veacL Oats shared Hie depression- of other grains. A leading elcval6r con- corn bought generously on Ihe break, Vut did not peein to tnafcc much head- way In (.tuning sentiment. employees, tradesmen, laboring tti fact, every coiicievable male inhah Uant that has the.fEty of at ueart to bo in attendance dcrson Part, at 9 o'clock on next, and tafce active part in the d pr'ocee'dingE. Watch for further announcements. "Silver Threads Among the Gold" Jiiinnic Jiihg'slon Tlio Boy Soprano TONIGHT SECOND CHAPTER cs, n a Girl55 Exciting Drama TV.-o Acts Good Ou Kid Love Keystone Special Music Starland Orchestra A GREAT FILM Tlie feature suhject at the Sherman Thealrc tonight Is one that sho-jld bc Ecch by every one. !n adiiltion to, its excellence as a photo-play, "The Neck lico of Ramesea" carries Hie specla- tor around Ihe vvortd, and magnificent in various saris ot the gloto fe lii LroHghl into view. The story it- ot OMilinB inleresl, arid ly S I Rel the BIRKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Liverpool April Uevaii- cy Jt Co., cftllle report llie critic mnrkcl at Blrkcnhcad, as nn HEARD FINE SERMON Over !00 members lodges m the Indcprc Ihft local Order producers claim tills Is one of maslerpiwrcs oj the The management are satisfied lhat no other house in the cily are exhibiting any better motion riclurea than can be teen here, and with the oest orchestra in the city dispensing. excellent music, patroaB will thor-1 oughly enjoy nn evening spent at this versatile house of oimisemcnt. PICTURE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER AT STARLANO One of the best variety programmes ever ottered nt Starland. has teen secured for tonight's entertainment. One ot the good ones is tho second chapter q! the great aerial drama, en chapter ol which greal feature v.as II IlJUinvu nnnivtrsarr of the ionnnilig ot ono should Ilic organizilion last night by Irntiing church in a body. Tlie service was especially fraler- nal, anil the slorv of Joscpli .and his each and the great Sold, and reconraended by Illglnbotiiam i Co., Limited, Kists Irflbbride. Alta. ante .it Slarland tonight, singing the lOc-EMPRESS-J5c Seiig Masterpiece-Third Chapter of Serial S OF KAT Thrilling Wild Animal Picture-See Escape from the Lion's Den. A REAL WESTERN COMEDY' And other Features APRIL 30 AND MAY PHOTOPLAY n end tlie ta Mulunl ttio flral ver Threads Among Ihe Gold." Jlmmle ery chapter of this drama ever produced in moving tnres. There will also te to- nighl a lironctio fi'ni of Ihe Mexican KNAPPEN NEWS Alia., April weather lias line of Seeding Is svell under way. The acre- nge "will be much larger than last There has hecn a creiv of railroad tiiiTcyora' lODkin? the rouolry over In this locality for tlie ten days. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Dauforth of I'nr- pin Snrings linvc been visillns tljcfr sons ]iere lately. .iames Knaiipen'' marie a iiylnf: irin lo l.ctlibridsc the fore liart o." ll'.o Mr. and Mrs. William. Harel hr.ve returned from Minneapolis, and fire living on Uiolr fann nai nt'.n me hion m v hrc'lhrcn Kta lold'in a most touching border, omitted. "Repim. This pro ivav by pastor, Ilev. II. Cob- duclion la in two biff reels, and Is said W-'ilicli. who spoke on "The Worlh of ,to te one .of (lie best, dramas ever Hrolhcrlinrss" in Ihe filth ol a ser-.! produced by Iho famous llroncho nun its ol oi. "Jostpb the Op- tiriiisl." The point which the speaker par- ticularly emphasized was brought out (he slory nl coming ol -Irvs- Tile comedy yorlion of tonight's all-feature bill will include a Key- stone comedy, entitled "Kid Master .Jimraie Kingston, the hoy to Egypt for grain, at llic time ol famine.-All were .known to Joseph, but he VMS unknown to i. Joseph's desire was to de-ter- ininc whether his brolners liad te- lienleil tor'tnrir act ot 20 years pre- vious, when they hail all conspired lo throw him into: the pil. After three ilavs in prison, all. FMir.cd sorry, hut uss- run just sure but 'thai tV.e only thing Ihey for v.as Ihc fact .lhat ttiry v.erc 'n jail, so he held one of thfm, allowing the others to po to their fallitr.'wl.o Ihought Josfpii deaf. DlfCCTIHM i 0" lnc 'riP '-SiT'1" UlUtOHuN the hilo brolhor, constraised vron jflir. .ifccl father lo aliov Fro, Uiec.pui.1 of industry to Ihe s.lvrr cun in prcvio'.is tit the iccoiici tLOjJartNTc, nnr] i sojjrano, will make his first appcir- THE WORLD'S WORK DEPEUDS THE a beautiful sop- rano voice, remarkable in clearness, s-Scctnrss a'nd range. The evcr-popu- _. Blarland orchestra will to in at- endancc tonfghl, completing an en- ertainment which will bo very hard o equal. j DUSTIN FARNUM IN "SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE" AT THE BIJOU TONIGHT Tiie story of "Soldiers of Fortune" is so known-lo theatre-going peo- ple that the i-opularlty 01 the film ta Ihe wotnjti Hiill the scrubbing the flccotnpliplimtnls of crfty one of depend oi> the accouiphsh- tijents of BacVed by ft digcslioit, A rmn can girc tlie hest that is in him. he liccroies a Trc.iVliug, To thii loss of iKiiver no one need f.iurail.. hlbiu ol drinkidp, slcip'uifj atnl ai-lcil by Co Dyspepsia Tablcls. wll rfilore ind the full eSicifticj of Hie bqQua mind and body, N'a-Dra-Co DyspepjU the active pTiuciplcji needed for the digestion o( every klud of food, Thtf lo Ibe Assistance, of the btoxxch, ar.d enable llie sufferer, from tlK start, fo jrf. the litnefit of the fiwl taten. With Iliii msiAlaiicc, Ihe ornan3 rtrain ttcir tone, HKtaoltts is no longer i If your stomach ia not wortine pro- jxrly, trj pjla Tiildcls. i'jc, at your druj'jjist'P. National Dnig cud Clfrmkil Co, of Ctntdl, Ui.ilt.1, Uontnmt. iti ialer accusirig the lad ntkins r.ii.ny friends Uir. QUIOi'. cTil'nhicli pcor-le assured from the start. In Olancho, Clay (Duslin Karnura) has.thn inter- ests of tlie American Mining Com- pany under control, when ho and Ted gliam receive word, lhat Mr. Lang- ham and his daughters, Alice and on l-ielr wnv to visit them. Tho president of tho republic has an enemy lit General who wlfh- ea to supplant him, nnd tho general orders contraband arms of Tlurke, nni Incites his men to revolution. Clay apitroached by Ihe general, but re- lo combine forces with Presi- dent Aivercz. A hall has been an- .lo-inr.ed hy president, and on tho eva'-lv ot'its givtr.K. Hope 13 refused TslnpSon lo go, on account of her and Clay regains bcliind to Hope companv. Tho rest of the slory iTesonts in cldents of a lesolulion, such as might happen ia Mexico any particularly Just at Ihf COMING: BIG MUSICAL COMEDY 'I'jrce hundred nights In San Krau Cisco is tho record of the Frank Mor ton Co., who open an engagement 0 Mirci> days n.l the Sliorman Th'.-alrc comr.icnclny on "ihursday, Apri: 30 The company iiumhers nine capabl arid k one of tho largest an best nqiilnrid miiEieal comedy com ss Ailld-l-tnT Tl'i'l! rcm-' scenic nrdductlor- i-.tf t.'..'.ii-jc (nmous curing U'-ey play, It is We most liioroOjjh JdA-fl cleanser knorn, i liliWr'lovtci. .'UST'ftHB DOSE of Adffr-l-ka reliever.' constlpa- S lion and (ff on the ftoinacli al- I j lor each corned .........._____-chy music, pknl of dnncing, ercfllent parts for coc Member of. Ihc company, ato an a ElireJ success. with >1 Mailer., who playr, the. leading cor cdy roles aro Miss Gladys Vaughn Mho, If sho fs half as pretty as tier photographs proclaim her, is entitle! SCENE FROM ADVENTURES OF SERIES.NO. 3. AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT raize it a bcautv show. Miss.to bo eslremely funny, anJ rerietu Great Orimsby in ISM, and on join- n has ric, voice, i with and .lancing numbers. i log the fmonllt party m August lo'nsc.'and she; Seals arc now sale at tho box 133S, rct.ignc-1, was re elected hy stunning goxns. She is also olficc; valu- Miss n actress of merit, is He nddlllon to the conn-any, 'ay WinsclH, another ot Hie corn- any, though yotmsr In years, has htld mportaiit slock In east- ern clllcs, as well as In San rtancis- S.ie is bubbling over with uier- .ii. nil times. .hr> oi'cniog coii'.tnly lie "KKty Miioa from which is fald fnijnriiy ol borne and reprc- Ihe (jorough until his death. A girl can have so many reasons for lovlrg a youns man that it doesn't matter whether any of them are logical or nol. London. April 37. Sir fieorgc )cuehly. Liberal Unionist member of parliament fur Great Orimsby, died today ajcd 60. Kir (Jccjrgc Doughty was horn In Orimsby in 1851, son of William Doughty. Hn was educated-at the Wesley, a high grade school, and was aldtrman ot tlie Horough antl twice elected lo the Mayoralty. In 1879 he wedded Kebcec.1 Vcre, who died in IDOl, and in 1557 married Eugenia, daughler cl John Stone, ol MtI- bourne-, Australia. Kir Ocoigc was ,1 rnorchatil ar.d ship owner. The honor of knighthood was bpstowr-d.tipon him in 19W; Ho was-relurncd as Literal tncuiljcr First Baptist Church RECITAL HERBERT PIERCY An Evening With Henry Van DyKe AND OTHER MASTERPIECES TO-NIGHT 8 P. M, ADMISSION 25c.