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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1914 THE LETJIBRIDCK DAILY HERALD PACK TFIREB THREE DAYS MATINEE SATURDAY 2 The Most Marvellous Motion Pictures in As Exhibited by Royal Com- mand before His Majesty King George V. at Buckingham Palace. And AT 4.15 P. M, School Children, oniy go. Admission 25c and 50c Reserved Seats in Boxes 75c (can be ordered by 'Phone) MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES. Nu. 1 Northern.. No. 2 Xurtbern. Xo. Z No. 4 N'orllnMllT.es 5 XorttiPrn..5S No. I HiM Red Rcil No. 3 No. 3 No. 1 Ilcrl..7S No. L' Hcil. .73 Xo. n tied..70 Xo. -I Xo. 3 Hed..DS I 69 c? 61 To-day EMPRESS To-day Vaudeville RETURN VISIT OF THE McCLOSKEY COMEDY COMPANY, FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, WHO WILL PRESENTiTHEIR POPULAR TELEPATHY TEST ACT. Moving Pictures "THE SEA ETERNAL" A Heart Interesting Human Drama in Two Parts. THE HOODOO Scream Right EMPRESS POPULAR PRICES CONFERENCE PROGRAM 'j committee -to draw the 'London', J-'eb. Kor- for ilie tliird peace conference nt The Gigr. Oflicc today -rcctived a commtmi-1 Hague. i cation from tlio sUie department a is understood that the proposal is v FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Y .Calgary. Aiiierta, Paget, in a -strong advocated- a Tetiml ctianiber 'in i Washington making idigaestions for! certain of. UJB most sympathetic aup-.'aod appointment '-or an -international jiort of Sir 'Edward Grey. I inc. penitentiaries instead .of ifrang- Ked TODAY.'S GRAIN MARKETS WJniilprs, Feb. pefi vlio-st oijcued li to U higher; mils a sixtoi-ritb up, and ftnx unchang- ed. At noon y.-hcnt fallen lo oats were nn.rliringt'd, and flax j Vj lower. Advance is Hie neivs of j outside markets, except Liverpool, which closed all "wlio Tiandle, creating situations that provoke greal laughter and fun. Todav also the -MftMoakey TabloEil Comedy Co., who proved such n sue- ccsi5 on their last vlsll, will again, ap- jirar, nnd will iiresptit Ihclr popular and fimusini; act "Tiie Telcpalhy Test." mem regarding Its iiUroduclioa into bo accial circles of our fair city. ibsoiis in latigo dancing lie given dally from 11 to 12 noon, antl i Lo l> p.m. Private .lessons after .he theatre. The Be Ovialls, who pre- sent this offering, are considered to >e tht moat refined art- istcs before tiie foollights today, and irill undoubtedly add to their reputa- tion rturing thrtir encasement here. On the same bill will be seen. Flo Hobson, a charming comedienne, sessfag a. rich contralto voice, which Is used in several delightful popular songs. The Three Cavaliers have a unique iiidaical comedy offering, cnl- ciliated lo find favor with nndlenceg who pood music. The Kctso Bros, are expert club Jug- glers, and add a piquancy to their act. liy (he rich humor that effervesces throughout In tlie high- class vaiirtevllle, this noputar liousc ia also noted for the excohencc of tiie photo-plays presented, and ont'doubt provides a rlass of cuter- tainment that no otTicr house in city can. possibly duplicate. Matinees are given daily at _.uO .m.. .10 and 15 cents; perform- ances nightly tit and 0 p.m., child- ren 25 cents, adults cents. POOR OLD TOHONTO Toronto, the third time this winter the thermcmcter took a big drop. The ofiiclal Umptralnrc at S o'clock this morning as recorded at the olflcc c-lght degrees below zero. OLD COUNTRY CATTLE Liverpool, Feb. Co.; cattle Importers, report the caltlp market as unchanged. JOSEPH PELS, SINGLE TAXER, PASEEis AWAY I'iilladolpnla. I'a.. Keb. Joseph Fels. manufactur- vCHdinx sinclc taxer nf the day, died at his hoiac Jicro yesterday. "ZU-ZU, THE BANDLEADER" IN TWO II I D I PARTS A Pretty Story the Alternative Well Told TIIK .FIRST 2 UKKL KlvYSTOXK EVKK SHOWN IX THIS CITY LATEST WEEKLY BEST STARLAND'SCONCERT ORCHESTRA Xo. I Winter SEE THE TANGO. AT THE SHERMAN Tonlghl the tli oah e-fcoliiK- iniblEc will have- the opl'Orlmiify of seolnjj (lie dniiPfi that lias created tnoro iiis- onssTon II: an any other fortn of 2 Wln'icr amusement bMor.e Hift public, today, Opinions .seem to cirfcr ns to "flheth- er it. flia'rt ho introduced into sccl.il and after seeing this Xo. 3 Winter Xo, 2 T. Xo. 3 C. I Feed Xo. 3 Xo. -I Teed Xo. I N. W. C Ortohr-r circles or r.nt. tlanco in Us varltrl movements, uill be lo form an op- PRIVATE SALE (Jood .rnnno. tllninc ro'.Tn Eel. iiigs, hliriilfl nlul numerous finall nulclcs. !ii3 7lli direct A South. THE 3EST IN THE CITY THE HOUSE WITH A REPUTATION SiRMAN THEIiTRt TO-HIGHT THE DE OVIATTS INTRODUCING THE WORLD FAMOUS TANGO DANCE Flo Hobson 3 Cavillers Kelso Bros. I'lar.ologlst and Con. trallo Muslral CVM Trio Original Novelty ComeOs- Jugglers 5--Of the Choicest iii Photo-Play-S WEEK OF MARCH 2nd TOM MARKS COMPANY IN KIOH CLASS PLAY3 SEATS NOW ON SPECIAL MATINEES 'DAILY AT 2.30 P.M.T A Real Feature by a Real Author Something You Have Been Waiting For THE STREETS OF NEW YORK PRODUCED BY TRAVERS VALE FROM DION BOUCICAULT'S GREAT P LAY __o__ 1'AUTS 3 TODAY TODAY TODAY TODAY BIJOU TODAY TODAY TODAY TODAY 1'AKTS THE FIRST AND ONLY REAL FEATURE EVER PRODUCED OF. NEW YORK.LIFE CLEAN-MORAUHIGH CLASS ;