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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LETRBJUDGE DAILY Sherman Theatre 3 Nights ppfWRAM PREFORMANCE Mr. Joseph Sturm Presents PROGRAM CHAM iM mUKraifc In the Big Eastern Musical Comedy "FIFTY WITH GLADYS VAUGHN AND A METROPOLITAN CAST INTRODUCING NEW SONGS. DANCES. AND COSTUMES Entire New Scenery and Stage Equipment Mr. Jack Frank Mprtoc and Gladys Vaughn Seats Now on Sale y Seats' and 50c at Box Office Matinee Saturday, lOc and 25 cents Late of Adelphio Theatre, London, England, With Lawrence and Elliott TAXirA nAWPCDC DDEfWIEP introducing the Hesita- lANbU UAWttKanvtraltK ation Waltz, Maxixe, A Castle Walk, Argentine, Etc. ation Waltz, Maxixe, as Mr. Lawrence is a Member of American Dancing Masters Association and will be pleased to demonstrate and explain the STEPS FREE on Friday, 2 p. m, to all holders of Reserved v _ _ ____ f fti jVDiiC1 Seat Coupons, NO CHARGE FOR TANGO Instruction I DRIFT Air Episode of the Zulu lr :vr-. LOCAL WHEAT PRICES NO. i Bed 71 'Kp.'S Ited Kn. 3 Red :....63 No. -I Nor. '..'....61: Ko.'-I Kcd Ko. 5 Not.......56 Ko. 5.Red Ko. L.ii'oi, Ko. 2 Nor. Ko. 3 Koc. Kn. 2 Rel. Red 'Rtd Ko. 3 No. i EVERYONE -SHOULa GO TO .THE S.A. CITADEL TO SEE THIS; in- eong Wlial_3uould provo to lie tensely'Inlereafins service of lias been ar.-ansed.at, the Citadel for r'ridsiy. and Saturday evenings, WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN Api.-.- closl'nE were: Slay- CM......... Oats- May........ July ,FHit- Man July Oct. OH 93! 'SSJ SS Life of .Christ." Patho Frercs' -hacil-tctored of'tlio famous Passion Pluy o Itlie Bavarian p'eaja'nls'r-aa been se 'cured, b? accompanied cs 1 vocal items appropriate to the. sub ijsoj, "3 well na music by the Cltade jband. Th'o til ma, of which there'ar ur reels, arc. .over .3000. feet in qi rurposo attending arc urged] to btntn reserved scat tiekels at Kenny fc Allin's rtrae and book store, or from j'e Captain In order that the children have n opportunity of seeing these Eplen- Id.pictures, Captain Tulte has ar- ged to Khar.- them in the afternoon both days at 4.15 p.m. Friday af- ernoon will be specially for Sunday school children! and as Hits scrrice .as anounced nt. most of the Sunday schools in the city on Sunday, a large lumber is expected, tie Biire to.come caily and avoid the rnsi. Doors open at 3.15 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. _ the Ufe of Christ" The Original Passion Plan in I'our Large Reels of Magnificent Hand-Coloreil MOTION PICTURES By Path? Freros At the Salvation Army Citadel Friday and Saturday, May 1st and 2nd Children" 4.11 p. ni. 10 eenlt Adults 8.00 p. m. 25 cents Inalramental ar.d Vocal Music CiUdtl. Band Seats mii- be reserved at Kenny i Allin's Drug and Hook Store. 1 301 l.38{ 1.38> 1.37J 35} ;36l 1.31J Jllu c> li J vniyiv ill r. rraOK .MOIIUII, ayvi-fi Icdied'to'lie one'of his own company; OA'OT PKlCKS Spline Ko.' 1 NOI.' t No. I Nor. Ko. 3 Nor. Ko. Ko. 5 Ko. ,6 Wht'it K.O. ._ and orc: Mr. Frank Morton, who appears >t of the art; ana. c.isily load In tile films of a, relifioua ehar- ctor. All llic cliief.incidents' iu Thursday at the Sherraan Theatre, is cne of the'raost c.hrocdlans on the .American slage today. He Is conaltiered by people" tvho.arc versed of o-jr Lord nro.8i.1er.djdry' m thealrlcal- affairs, the George Co: hcglnnlng with the birlh, th.e visit of o! pacific Coast. He abounds the Rhepherds, the ivorfhlp of .the ggpnlaneoui huinov, er.d is .one loyal subject of llic King. The epi- sode at liorkc's Drift wi'.l always re- main (n historic memory as one o5 the most liifaslroua evcntE in warfari: the ivorld ever knew. It is so vivid, .ylreproduced In photo-play, that the spectator is thrilled through at the Intensity'of the realism, and even our American cousins cheered (o the echo the savins of the lisg troni the Zulus. TlVe Edison people tre masters in the art'ol-realism In pictures, and tills, their litest effort, is the crosvnlns ef- (ort-of the n-.otion picture world. ss; Si n 7.3 Cis. 31 SSJ magl.'.a Iho SuppeiV arraignment before laio, the Crucl'ftston, nesiirrecllon, and concluding' >nilh'ithc Ascension. In addition there a numijof slillVjUdja after fiimoils.arliBls. set-of. films is said to fiavc to p'r'oduc ist hard-working comedy act-, ihc present age. .lln r'K a pleasure, constantly re vising snd rehearains his miislcal 'CATTLE MARKET OlASRow, Scov'.and. April son ft Batchelor, cattle Importers, re- vising port 'smaller and trade firtn 'comedies, keeping tlicm bright and rr- prices, Scolch sleew, freah and' .'i cents (o 15K; bulls, 1 The Frank .Mcrfon Co. play a.ieper-1 lolre of musical IncludlnK to IK. a..... loiro of musical and'lias bccomo farnmi! tliroiigli.O'jt ,.t-my From Uroidway." "The Ihe has md (rom'Chicago." "Tlio_ 'ofj callcil foilh prnisp' of its arllsllc'mctlis.'hs yell cffecU.; 'All citlichs should Ko. 3 4 KciccUd Krtd' Flan- No, I N. W. C Ko. 2 tt'V Ko. 3 C. ready seen'.It will need, lio jiersua- -ISjjslon Id'again 'enjoy .Ita bpailtlss. 4i( ..12) aald his ohlecl In j'ringlng tlio' matter u5 was to warn HERE'S AN EXTRA GOOD PROGRAM T1 'Li. lo-mght RO'GRAM BORN: Sydnty popular Photoplay Artiit, In i Tv-g Reel Love Drama full uf Relllsm. KEYSTONE COMEDY a laugh at A FILM JOHNNIE KINGSTON THE BOY SOPRANO STAKLAXI) CONOEHT OBCIlliSTKA J'j CHICAGO 87J Mi SGI 90 j S7i A GREAT PATRIOTIC FILM The fcotnre suWncl for prrsenla- lion nt ttio Sherman Theatre tonight Is one- fiial should be such by-every S3} ie kr.ows thst drink Is setiously detri- mental loihU-business-.mill social ?tamilnK. TUB NBAI. THEATMKXT cures the periodical.' occasional or moderate.rtrlnlier and llio. netvous man baj to drink to keep from becbtnlns nervous. THE NBAL TflKATMBNT Is a partly vecetablu compound takeii.lti. ternaHy not Include liarm. hypodeimlc Injection's.STiic Neal Treatment tvunuiU all craving, all de- sire, for alcoholic btvcraROs In .three days' time, and leaves Ihu patient In the condition ho in before last- iho Minister of Hallways, and to hha to tako over Hie construction of the road. The gravamen of Mr. Car- veil's ttial'lhc roai'was bailly constrliclcd, that'll had r.ot cosl us much as claimed, and Ihal the rest of.tho moniy. sliajld. be accounted for. He made tqfercnco' to the connection of Flo'mifii' of Ne'w.DrunB: wick, and Hon. II. P. MacLeod, Ted- cral member for llic.thars- s. Hon. J.' U. llaiori. In the coiifsc of itjt a ahorl-spterh, exprcssetl Ine cqnvlc- Ing Houor. (he which Is lo i named to Inquire Info the charges, lit find Uiill Ihej'. are v.Uho.il foiin- COMMANDER Second in Command of the Scott Expedition HIMSELF TELLIN'Q EVANS .tft'E Illt-etraltd oy RemarkableVstereoptlcan Pictures by H. 0.. panting and Dr. Wilton of the Story Scott Would Have Told liad He Llvtd May 4ttWesley Church Me. Plin Now Open atMsckton's Drug Store. dalloii.. Ife said Premier a slcl! man, and that It was inconEld- erate ol Mr. Carve.l to Irinz the mat- tef wj In the Vederal bouro el.llic prrrstnt time. Oiie of the mist enthusiastic cyclists of Is-Mini- Beafrlcu who..spends many days wilh her iwo-wher-lcr, or rlorlnc Ir.e Bluu Kldsq MounUins ;