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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBrtUARY 6, 13H THE LEfHBKrDGE DAILV HEKAI.D PAGE THREE -i--- To-day EMPRESS To-day STARTLING NOVEL SENSATIONAL PATHE PLAY RACE MEMORIES n A MARVELLOUS STORY OF PREHISTORIC MAN AND THE PRESENT CENTURY NEXT Three changes of Vaudeville by memlwri uf "ON WEEK tht MtCloskby TaMolJ Comedy TUES J-lAhl lilJ'j JM. MAJESTIC THEATRE To-night DIRECT FROM FIFTEEN MONTHS AT THE AP- OLLO, GLOBE, STRAND THEATRES. LONDON. SPECIAL MATINEE ON SATURDAY Louis Meyer introduces the mtrrx Farce Comedy Played by the entire ALL BRITISH COMPANY. THE "Admirably, played. The technique Is Toronto. "Hilariously funny, not t weak spat in the Winnipeg Tribune. GLAD EYE "Sparkling cetntdy uproarious laughlei for two and a half hours, easi of gen excellence." Winnipeg Telegram. The Entire Produc- tion Carried; a of that in London, "The funniest play within Daily Te- legraph. "The best comedy and com- pany sten here in Herald, Montreal. Clasty Bill at Ihe Sherman Tin- bill at Sherman i-i'-ides uf tlit bt-ai. 1 olfore-J oji the- ijircuit, anil inuot I be seen to be Wili-un never rf-'fomiiiehiis ;t show un- less ii Is un lo and his as H judge is taki.-ii tlio publio. IK- proiiounriMJ the bin a youtl one, and thy was ii ucc Ont- ario e. for ihe bou.-e prick? Mn-kal is ro .t nom a broomfctk-k lo buttle of Siutfli, and got rr-a! utuyjc out of t-ar-h. lie Ha5.5 some homily on home- ly inElrumeiU. but ihe result is a please-l audience. A d'Hltle'ily innel :r.g is thai liy Vorki who the laugo to porJV Now Selling Frank Medley's Drug Store. IVAN KOl'li KKKLS OK l.UXK TO-NIGHT A illlt-l nl tllr of ill MiTrii1 IMS jnxl in en i-omplrli'it ;il I'.lu-pslcuv. Y.ng. :is Lccili :ts Kvrivn Hopi1, :is Kmvi-nn. .iml Ihuiisniiil tin- ilinriiuii uf Ili'i- liiTt liivnon. ;i must maL'JiiluvuU lurisil I'cjnoiliii-tion ol Sir Si-oil's most voiniliTttil MIIIY. AH ihf scoiu-s stavlni in aronml C.hf-pslmv (tiisllc. I'-ilLilancl. llu- Hi'ilisli Mnvmn I'm- arms, iinimr ntlur niiikr Iliis sliipi'inloiis prixlm-tinn liislori- fiilly KHTi-d. KM-ilmirul mill nmiuiitv an- MI i-li-M-ily inlcr- ivovoii lliHl there is mil :i dull monifiil from Mm-l to linisli. Walter Richard the Lron Hearted in Kiin 7 SATURDAY MATINEE SATURDAY NIGHT. PRICES. EVENING.. MATINEE............. unit >..M s'larp ar.rj I5c !.f. KM- nnd ICc At The Bijou Theatre wanders ;i ttoiic- and meets an1 thi- airi of his heart, wlio aliu lives hi thati strange H Grid. MfFS Gertrude IJ '.il.-H- eisai singing- and other voo.l itfinn, fill up n of eniertftlnnirni that will enable nini- of tins theatre to tass MARKETS It laki-a something; roally Ftuihup I to intf-rest th.e average r-ablic along line of ricrobatic Hixic ft i the p-jblic last Kill: (hiir really sensational and inar- veHous etuniF. Tng soino oT finest bits of stage uor-sense ever Another act of circuit Calibre is the h'ranMin Gale Co. in "The Clev- fcruess of wherein Kilty dupes n clmracteristik-, "man about town" into thinking that siio rates for him. until iie riinieci over certain pa- ]iers wliich save tlie tier I sister. The parts of Kitly, Uie f'.road- tv.ty .Tolmny and the polii-etnart art all decidedly well taken, Tour full reeis of gripping motion pictures complete a bill tiiat ts -a-orth present was ir. transit the told corit admission charged, weather" started. Choice butcliers1 can -be unhesilatingiy recom steers lo J7.SO; fair to j to al1 w''t> vouU like to be butcljer steers, SU.iIj to 5C-75 choice entcruiinert for two hours, butcher heifers 5C.30 to 5-7.50; tairj ,lo butvher heifers to (6.50 i Wirmth iv ii pleasant, warm i-omfort- dole afternoon ur during this cold spell See tomorrow's Hera'id kir extra >cc-ial for uexl wptk. LOCAL GRAIN No, No. No. Xo. 1 Xn. 5 No- I No.' 3 No. 3 No. 4 J Northern 2 3 Northern i Northern 5 Northern I Kcil Red good butcher cows to IG fair and heifers IJ.75 to, "com- j mon cows 52.75 to best bulls i S3 to 55.50 common bulls H-25 io j J4.30 best feeders S3.75 lt> best! 58 and springers 555 lo co'-nraoa to 5J! medium millers' ar.d spntigcrs lo i Clioicc spring Iambs 57 to' S5.50. Comfort and Splendid Pic- tures at Hie 'list tiling that to tliis poiJiiIar house is the i and comfort of the theatre, sseciai- atttaction at tiie Km 'jjg j press for the week-end programme is a novel, startling and sensational Pathe play of the aud the century tn two reels, entitled "Hace 0 en ton. an anthro- S SS.25 to S3.5U FfllDAY'S GRAIN PRICES -Man.. Feb. and closlog nrices on (be grain c.icliangc today were: Open Close- May............ 9Ui "U .inly M October........ "8U May............ Sfit, .luU............ rough and litatks ?C to S-1.00. Kjght hundred dollars.in flties wer imposed at Bracebrldse on oig cliargps of SPlHng liauor nrEllioitt Hrense. pologisl of meets an attractive Sherman Theatre MATlNEE AT 2.30 P.M.. tOc and lac. MIGHT AT 25c and 35c. To-night Franklin, Gale Co. IN Clearness of Kiuy' Musical Fletcher .Mui'.i-iil Novehy Artisl Byam, Yorke Fay Refined Singers anU Dancers Bixie Waldo ScnEational Acrobau OF THE BEST IN PHOTO PLAY MOVIES MAKE TIE FLY London's Biggest Success for Us Mr. II: Arnritage, CsnadlKn for the famous and merry larce L'oni- edy. "The Ulad Kye." paid our ro pre- sent alive a call ted ay. incj renewed Mh is itranger to us here. has betn tjiroiigfi the west, Mr. Forb-is Robprlson, arid Ti'itii conipatiy Kdged nblch lie brought out from 1 He explaiuerj thai the tour of "The G'ad moBt popular funny fclay for many it having completed a run o; iifteen in London, was in the- nature of a ferler on lite part of Louis Meyer, the eiilre- j. rcneu r. r. >J t-y er ;s th e bar. n er manager in the Old Country just now, ilifi meteor .manager, for. in three short years, be has anr.asscd. not but millions of dollars, and. is-tlie freehold possessor of the Strand, the Garrick, acd jiart of tbe Vaudeville Th_eafie. Mr. Meyer lias also many interests in Australia and South Africa, and tho ability to take bis innumerable lours through j Canada to Australia, and round again j to Africa home, wtll io of heac- fit to Canada theatrically, anJ to Mr- Meyer, if It. caa be matJc lo pay, for the big outlay on fares to Australia nighis, tbe company dtayed a further will 'thus be saved. two. and iliun thr. remaining two, com- Kw ''The Glad Mr. Meytr! jtletiug tiic wecV. Visits In retuin lias organized a sgec-ial company, re-j are 10 be played In Calsarr. Kdmon- TONIGHT COMPLETE NEW PROGRAM TWO.REEL HEADLINES "THE WOMAN" I Thaiihoiifcer fjrama Ccniedv Whal Might Have Been MRS. BROWN 'Siront Moral roughs nature TOMORROW AFTERNOON KIDDIES 5C COMING ATTRACTIONS Janet of the Dunes An adaptation ol Harriet Com- Trtcljrated Soiel. Tvvu IJeelf. DON'T MISS THESE aEMEMBER THE DATES FEB. THE BAND LEADER- REELS KEYSTONE MARCH "MOTHS? 4 ACTS girl, whose father tnsista on her mar-1 hearsed in aud equipped as if ion. Saskatocn. Montrenl Denton anJ the for the West Knd. with all the beauti-1 and Toronto. fut scenery, furniture, draplnzs, co.v Hefeniiia lo the caste, Mr. Arnii- tunies, etc, a rep'iica. tasc snitl: "The idea of all-star corn- So far, the venture has beeu pr.nirRj In unposition to the single enily successful, eleven -weeks havinsr j star, was never more popular at home been plaid or half the tour, u Vaw. than ticfflr. People are tired of seeinff toiler, whtch was booke'i for two'ihe single star unoii tlic stage for a tying money. aie mutually attracted, and to htm comes a haunting memory that they liavc met tefort-. out by study he rouiracts lirdin fever, finii his miiid of his fntr fade into n vision of a pre-hisioric exiEtence, space of two-and-a-half in a part ppecially written to fit tbe aug- ust to tbe detriment of the v.-ork of the author, who has, therefore, to write lu order. Instead of allowed to give. hi5 inventive and literary fu'l play. The n-jblin now dcmatsds a[ SECRETARY FOR HOTELMEN good play, well played an every par-] "The GSart Eye" will be at the Majestic Theatre tonight and to- morrow with a matinee tomor- row afternoon. Seat Rale at Frank Iledlpy'R drug slore. ticular. The star, like the single op- erator in business, has passed or ib rapidly passing. Sask., Feb. if. Scott, Hamilton. Ont., tlecteri secrftlary [of the Hotel .Men's association. May ISZ'i ]32'.i July Cloitng Cash Pricei Xo. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 NorLuerQ.......... S51! Xo. S Northern No. 1.................. No, S.................. C.................. Feed..............t No. 1 Winter............ Xo. 2 Winter............ So'.J j No. S S3U No. 2C. W................ Xo. 3 C. W................ MV-- Es. No. 1 Feed............ 32V- Barley- No. S No. 4.................. 40 Rejected W Veed.................... SS'i No. J S. W. C............. l-'ri No. 2 C. W................ 1-4 Minneapolii Wheat Open (Hos? Minneapolis Flax J IM'.i Chitago Wheat May......... The Vidor-Vidlrola brings all the music the World into your home. Jnlj 63 WINNIPEG. LIVESTOCK MARKET i V.'inniptfi, Man., Krt. neatlirr rrf tV.C past dajs, caltlc anii hojs arc arriving i in numbers jt II.r. I'n- i ioli ar.d stock yards, and a heavj run is rxpsi-ted for lotiav and i arc up in price abonl emu fill coUnd. 3'iites are 35 tents higher j ill C.I'.Il. yards, hut hogs a( the Union SlocV Yards arc fed. 1) cv- I Ircrne cold in ihc nest continues, tlie j recent-, will fall Oti. Stull arrivin; at We Carry a' FulJ Line of Victor Victrolas logether .with 3000 Records Visit our Victor Dept. Toclay a'n'd i r near.your lavontc song or music There is a "His Maslcr's Voice" ilealer in your town. Call and let him p'av your favorite music for you, on !hc Victrola. Vklrolas lo sold on easy payments, as low per ivf (k if dfsired. Viclor Record? are 90c for leu-inch double-sided. Write for our musical encyclopedia listing over 5000 Viclor Records. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. Limited Lenoir Street, Montreal. In Ktcry'loivn and (.Hy Mason Risch, Ltd. Victor Department 404-5th Street South, Bryan Block 21 Western Branches Phone 791 ;