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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914 THE r> E T H B R I D f; E D A I L Y IT E R A D PAGE THREE NO CHANCE FOR YOU Your judgement will tell you, that good level irrigable land such as these Acre Tracts are, has an actual intrinsic value of more than $.150 per acre for Market Gardening, Poultry and Hog Raising Purposes and being located only one-half mile from the limits of a city which has the unquestioned future of I^thbridge is bound to increase in value rapidly. "Think this over." These Acre Tracts are within walking distance of the Street Ciii; Line, which would enable a purchaser to live there and carry on business or work in the City. Cows, poultry and hogs could be kept and enough produce raised on one acre or more to support a family. This would solve the high cost of living problem, "You might think this over, and don't forget this when you are thinking." MONEY 139 'ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED* With your iiioiiey positively JAiiaranteed, yon rtii!iity i" |)ur-chasins as many acres \n the KANE PLA(.'E as yoti caii aJJori! a( Ihe low price oi per acre aiwi the easy terms of -lioO cash and si525 per month, or quarterly (erms if (Sesired. We Will Insert This Clause in Your Agreement: **If at the time the last payment is made the purchaser prefers all money back with bankable interest instead of a clear title to the property, the Vendor agrees to refund same. ' Wottld you rather have your money in the Bank drawing 3 Per Cent Interest than in this - proposition xvhich will at least assure you the same and with almost a certainty of making yott lOO Per Cent or More Profit? In view of the fact that we are selling this land in One Acre Tracts from $150 to $200 per acre LESS than what land in same vicinity can be bought for en bloc^ should be sufficient proof that these ACRE TRACTS ARE DIRT CHEAP AT $3SO.OO PER ACRE IC if lakes all you make to pay your living expenses, at the end of a year you are just where you started. If you ))Uy an Acre Tract or more in the KANE PLACE and handle it right, it will make a living for you and you will have your salary to the good, and besides the assured growth of Leth-bridge will enhance the value of your property 100 per cent, or more in a very short time. The taxes and water right will not amount to more than .$1.50 an acre per jear. until this property is taken into the city, and then you can afford to pay city taxes. Are you Koing to let this opportunity pass without taking advantage of it? Investigate this proposition and reanon it out for yourself. Call at our office and we will help you to investigate it. REFERENCE: Any Bank in Lethbridge OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE 1425 LETHBRIDGE LOCAL GRAIN MARKET.1 No. ] N'orthcin No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. �! Northern No. 5 Northern No. ] Red ........ No. 2 Red ........ No. 3 Red ........ No. i Red ........ No. 5 Red ........ 69 67 61 58 5a 6fl 67 i 61 r.8 03 THURSDAY'S Uinuipcg, Feb. today were : Wheat-May ................ .luly................ Oats- :\lav ................. '.July ................. . Kiax- Mav ................ Uulv ................. GRAIN PRICES .5.-Tlie grain vrices Open Close. .......... Doj no^ !I2.\ 92.'. \:.\\-\ C.VSII PRICKS Wheat-No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... No. 'A Nor.................. No. "1 ........................... No. 5 ........................... No, H ........................... Feed ........................... Winter Wlieat- No. 1 ........................... No. 2 ............................ No. 3 ........................... Oats-No. 2 C. VV................. No. 3 C. W................. Kx. No. J. Feed .......... 13arley- No. 3 ............. ............. No. 4 ........................... ]{e'ccted .................... Feed ........................... Flax- Nn. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. \V................. MINXEAI'OLIS Wheat-May ........................... �July .... May July tJiilC.IGO 89 i- S2; 88 2 Ml 1.32i 1.3-1? S6i Ml ail 111 71 m; (;i K 1.'. 321- �II.!-40 3i) 38i 1.261 1.231 891-9IU 82; 882 "The Closed Door" at Bijou Tonight Miss Florence Lawrence, the popular and noted actress is seen at her best In "Tiho Closed Door." The play lias Just onouEh ginger in it to make thy story worth while, and the Bijou feels confident in recommending this picture to their patrons as a real treat' in dramatic art. * * "The Diver" the Greatest Sensation Ever Sedn in Lethbrldrje at the Empress 'I'here i.s a real sensation at the ICniiires-s that should be seen to be realized and believed, it being' far and away the most thrilling sight lo bo seen in tlie world of moving pictures. It is a supreme effort absolutely, the ever-present tliouglit in the mind of tlio spectator, wlien the lady diver is seen struggling- desiierately with tlie turbu'ient waters of the rapids. Is "will shu get out alive?" and she only just does it; in fact, a doubt is left in the mind as to wbether slie is not badly injured. The whole of this very excellent pihoto-play is of the very highest class. Miss Gertrude Pulley agaan delighted the audience with her charming singing of a very catchy and popular song, "Peg o' My Heart," and will sing the same today. Week-End at the Sherman Despite the very inclement weather, tiiis liouse of amusement is sl-i'il retaining its popularity and the class of j entertainment provided exceptionally good. For the week-end, the presentment will ibe of the usual high standard. Franklyn Gale it Co., are dramatic artistes, and in a very clever sketch are sure to win approval. .Musical Fletcher luis a distinctly novel act, obtaining music from almost anythng. Byam, Yorke H Fay are a trio of singers and dancers wlio are welcomed in Will Be Sentenced Friday Allan Beamar, who terrorized the VllBon Siding district recently, by pretondiug to be a U. S. sheriff., dec-orAted with aix shooter and star, after a notorious horse thief, and incldent-*Hy securing IiIb board from farmers, flat remanded u-ntll Friday for sent-lice. Ho came up Wednesday and Was couvicted. Sherman Theatre MATINEE AT 2.30 P.M. 10o and 16c. NIGHT % AT 7-9 il 25c and 35c. To-night Franklin. Gale & Co. IN "Tlie Cleverness of l-vitty" Musical Fletcher Musical .N'Gvelty .\nist Byam. Yorke & Fay Helined Singers and Dancers Bixie & Waldo Sensational Comedy .\crobats. any city they visit as a banner attraction on any 'bill. Bixie & Wa'ldo, the sensational comedy acrobats, complete a vaudeville offering of guaranteed excellence, and with four of the best in photo-play, tlie programme is one that must appeal to all lovers of high-class amusement. The Object of "The Glad Eye" Tour The tour of "The Glad Eye," the most famous of all modern London comedies, has been undertaken with a definite object, and that object with a viiew to ascertaining- the futility of a permanent eBta-blis-hment in the Dominion for all Mr. Meyer's enterprises. Jlr. -Ijouis Meyer is one of the youngest and most enterprising of Englisih managers, for, in an incredibly short space of time, he iias !)nrchased the Strand Tlieatre. London, now the homo of good comedy and farce in town, and has w largo interest in tlie Garrick Theatre, where lie now is running a farce -called "The iteal Thing." His advent into management 'was the signal for one of the most sensational To-day EMPRESS To-day 2 Reels "THE DIVER" 2 Reels A geRuinely real sensation full of risk and danger, and an admitted marvel in the picture world_ Miss Gertrude Pulley will sing "Peg o* My Heart" Pathe s Weekly Other good ones 15c successes of modern times-The , carefully chosen, and presented the Glad which, originally iiroduced i play in lOugland before sailing. The at the G';obe Theatre, was afterwards ' entire production, to a drapery, even, transferred to the .Apollo, and again j will be carried intact, and is absolute- I transferred to its permanent Jiome, i the Strand, wliich in the meantime i iiad beconu- .Mr. .Meyer's property. For i fifteen montiis this play drew all l. Daily change DT T/^f T Daily change To-day OlJKJKJ To-dav To-day THE aOSED DOOR with Miss Florence Lawrence A story that thrills and goes straight to the heart Miss Lawrence is a noted actress, and we feel confident * The Closed Door' will be a rare treat for our patrons USUAL ADMISSION s 'I �-a o 4-1 CO 0) 5 2 Lives a double life until husband dies Strong drama to be shown at Starland to-morrow .Mary Walton has a consunipiive luisband whom she supports by singiiig. Slie returns from one of !ier tours to lind him much worse-and the doctor orders liini to .-Xri-zona. Iter earnings pay the e.\pense of tlie trip-but in the desert they are stranded. Hearing Hint a new gold reseivaiion Is to be opened-Mary puts .lolni in the care of an Indian squaw, and dressing in some of his clothing, jourp.eys with two men and ;� woman, whom she falls in Willi on the trail, westward. In the "rush," .Mary's liorse falls. She is talten, unconscious, to ji hospital-wliero her so.v is discovered. .�\.fter this, slie ,';oes buck to singing, One night, in a rouga concert hall, slie is insulted-and one of Llie men whom she cver-tooli on the trail, comas to her rescu* Later he iiropos?s marriage. She has only one thought-t!;ut h'"-e Is a way to provide Walton with everything ho needs-and she consents. She W-'-za this double life-until news comes of hor husband's death, when having nothing more to live for, she kills herself-leaving a letter of explanation that is a plea for forgiveness. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: FEBRUARY, lith and 7tli SPFCIAl MATINEE ON iATUROAT DIRECT FROM FIFTEEN MONTHS AT THE AP-OLLO, GLOBE, STRAND THEATRES, LONDON. Louis Meyer Introduces the merry Farce-Comedy Played by the entire ALL BRITISH COMPANY. THE "Admirably played. Th� technique is perfect."-Globe Toronto. "Hilariously funny, not a weak spot in the cast."- Winnipeg Tribune. GLAD EYE The Entire Production Carried; a Replica of that used in London, "Sparkling comedy uproarious laughter for two and a half hours, cast of gen eral excellence." - Winnipeg Telegram. "The funniest play within memory."-London Dally Telegraph. "The best comedy and company seen here in years."- Herald, Montreal. movies make time fly COMING- Men. February 9, A D MAMAl I ZAl I O W OI GRAUSTARR n IMNlr \ |HINt- PRICES:50cto�1.50 Gallery 28c Seats Now Sailing at Frank Hadlay'a Drug ttor�. ;