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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TEBRUARV 26, 13U THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD PAGE THREE MARKED LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Ko. 1 Northern. .75 No. 3 Northern..13 No. 3 No. i Ko. North era. .58 No. 1 1 Red. .10 No. lleL.JS No. Ued..iO No. -I Hud..63 No. 5 Ked Rfd Ko. t Red CHAIN PRICES TficntKI, close, vis f.rm in all lines and today's advanco may be conlidered a natural o'll- come of conditions. There is a' good outlook and R fsir dejnand (or options, and the- news Irom outside markets is moder- ately bullish There is, however, a strong opioion that wheat is at or Tery near Us point lor a while that itn- tinient mar ail go the other way at any time IE it has a way of doins- There is a aoo4 cash demand and Red Men of Blood Reserve j Making Canines Scarce in Lelhbridge BRING A PREMIUM City Won't Need Dog Calcher if the Present Demand Continues What di-1 VPII hati placed your canjuet Perhaps the worthy animal has I strayed to the Blocd HeBerie. where! Ibere [k a premium oa doz lleEli. j A da.vR ago. a certain olficial i in Lvtbbrldge IMS jipnroaehe.1 wilt] Hood" cash" wheat j'be doesn't the cll> ilo it nut coming out- I rtc larte number ol KTOipts ihon1 homeless dogs thai ZIL- .123 can insjxcW and 535 in sight. about, the American 336; I The in-iuisitive individual si-1 Dolmh 31, Chicago JM.Cars. ;lenced b: the that the llJ- Liverpool closed to i up Paris j dlans on tlie reserve probably 4 lower: Btrlin lower; Budapest I ,c, ,hat ilicre no siirerlliioiH 1 up. and Antwerp Bijou- 3 nighty commencing 1 onight mat. Sat, L p.m. Most Marvellous in iho World' Paul J. Rainey'a AFRICAN HUNT Tliursdav ami Friday al 4.15 p.m. School Children's Matinee, 5c, Reserved Scad fn Boxes 75c {can be r.J-ersi fcy phone) Admlis.on 25c and'SOc. TO-NIGHT Before Ihe. Paul J. Riiney Pictures, Two Special ftinns win be Shown, Entitled BIG GAME HUNTING IN THE NORTH POLE ICE FrELDS-7.30 PAUL J. RAINEY'3 AFRICAN The Qaicktitt Simplest Cough Cure May July.................. Oct iJty July Fl'al- Julv Opm Closf SHI 34} .16 ?R -114 no sure dop flesh on Ihe streets, and also that any anlmaU of value thai iiimed up relief an-1 could" prolahiy be found, j co-jg around ihe camps acroBB ihe river. Tbe agency is said to ha'e issued a lUtemenl to the Red SJen their would he increased ac- cording 10 ihe number of doss thoy CASH PRICES jbroujhi to the office. Whti the oli joci could be, la not known, but It is No. 1 Nor No. 3 Nor Ko. 3 Nor. No. -1 No. 3 Xo. S T-'wd Winter No.'l No. 3 No. 3 Oats- No. 3 C. IV No. .1 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed Nfj. 3 No: 4 Teti- x K 511 S9j E8J- Stj 7i 72J BBJ S9J s'.opj ihe obetl. H hours. Tr.Ia Is patlit due lc the fm that H '.s sl'.fW.y laxallrt. tilmulites I'r.e appetite and his an wsefl- lent tcnlc tGCtcl. It is pleawni to chllJien like U- An exccUent rerredy, too, lor Khooplrf coujh. I'-figr. aaihmi, threat etc. Mix two cupi of yranuiattd sug-jr n-lih cr.e cup of warm itlr for iho.gb that the dol.g beat to wine oul the- habit the Sugar Syrup. It ptrfectly. rhe Indiana of matins canina a j regular item on (heir bill of fare, ll. Fine Is one of ihe- eltieii a3 lo well known that each camp had its 1 fcr rre ijuola ot abooi 'Bteen dogs, and It jconceritnitnl may be that ihe government w'.-'c' 3 -tlj 1.31} Pinei Is moil compound of i fitiact. and >r rich in rulilcol ither haiurri! hetJInf T the oter nnivir-t ing to ducoiirarc the pr dogs not in thic as in oriitr to reduce the Bpread I fo of dlEsaiie to the minimum. But when an Indian can get real good food according to Ihe number of dogs j he produces. U viands to reason that hs will corral a'rt the homeless tors he.can find, and'will nnl his operations to the resene. a bounty oa ftogf, opinion of the official quoted is lhai .there a lessening ot the dog population Lethbrirtge. without the 'necessUf of appoinling a dog catcher. The prompt rciuhf froir endeared It to thouur T.I vet itL Ihe fntled SUten thU of house- A guaranty of infine it for you. If -end to The Plrei With I Co.. 4 SIR TKOS. SHAUGHNESSY FOR'HIGH COMMISSIONER v THEY WANT Tonight OI Th; SOUTH' A GRAND MILITARY FEATURE. IN TWO PARTS. TELLING A STORY FULL OF HEART INTEREST LEAF OF FATE' TELLING A STORY Til AT'WILL GRIP AND HOLD YOUR INTEREST. ORCHESTRA Tonight THE SECOND OF THE SERIES OF Keystone FEATURES Bad Games THIS KEYSTONE SURE IS A BEAR: IT IS ONE CONTINUOUS ROAR OF LAUGHTER THE RECIPE CAR06TON TEN O'CLOCK CLOSING DICTUM EXCITES CURIOSITY OF OTHER 'REFORMISTS ,_ L'aldston, Feb. The 10 closing -regulation adopted by I the Mormon church of the Alberta Julr Julv CHICAGO 32J JS S3' a Montreal. 25.-Tr.ere a oi weeks ago is 591 WIMNfPEG LIVESTOCK Winnipeg. "...Man Fefc. j at- Unipa Yaids sinccv thf ginning of ircfiV uerc IS? cattle i Hog prices, which lo be a lilticl lower this week, are being maintain- There ii good demand toth from Jocal'paclicrfi'anrt from Mont rani, and unless .shipments should .be heavy glut..the market, no changes are "now aiitiripAted. 4Cattle, tratlft is quiet and with a good dtraand for prrtne beef. Ruling bnlcher 1o'17.35 ;'fair butchers choice butcher heifers 16.30 tn fair-to good-nufchet Wf- ers io gftCtd butcher cots (5.50 to .cons and heifers, td.75-15.aSi'ctmnwn cows S2.75-S3.50; to (3.50 hest bulls 15-io SS.50 common bulls 44.25 to H-15 M.5H bnt J5.75 tfl St Iirct 'MocWri S5 to bmt mliters and spiingers, (55 to SfO ;.common 14 meditmi milV- most pertiEteni rumor in circn laiion that Sir Thomas netBy may go ui Lor.don as Canadian Hfgb Commissioner, anccee-dlng ihe laie Strathcona. It is believed Pre- mier Bord.cn nom- tnato the railway knlsht if the ing out splendidly. 'So President informed the this v.'telt. Somft "misconception of the scope oi the arisen. It is not-to apply lo plays or. per- formances of any sort vrhece a con- tinuous performance is carried- out. Mr. Wood said Itiat ii it applied lo latlor saw hia way'tfcar to ac-" it would bar the foung people cepl, talcirjg in plays allogetbJet, 'as nri tc {50 choiet 17; fo I5.5P. ilifi U. to SB. i JP in to INHEARTOFCITT HOTEL SEATTLE 5tOt1 M rf In e 1 ti Tnjrj cbjcly BUKOrtAK rtAN-U ftr r.evtr oTer 10 o'clock. Mr Wood has had some enquiries already from 'persons in thr norlh oi [the anxio'.is lo know how the rule i's uorking.' (of corn mend a Uon have, also-.hcen .re- misstoTiaries.havis, tip- I :iLEEN OF. ERIN AT STARLAND TOMORROW Commencing tODiorrow and for two I aya only, the great irisb drami, en- of vift otfer-! the headliner of A complete of urogramtne at Starland. A short .fcyoopB.B of ibis remarJcab.e prodaction-la Deo nli MoriEsey tvai arreettd and condemned U> "die. for leading a charge- against British troops, who had commended tht Iriahry to "lay tbrir arms.'1 His mother and BR'eetheart were impHcatfrd in this crime, but "with tbe help of the priest, escaped by Tcet hour Dftnnle belnp led to his executton. An .Irish sympathizer contrived lo cut tbe thongs that bemad bis hantJs, and by a ruE9 he got out oC the reach of the soldiere. runatng for bin life along 1 the rocky tug and hiding among.the crsge. Seeing a eir.aJl hoat, tossing on thfl waves, bearing the Tefuge.es to the ship anchored In tbe olfing, lie threw himself into the sea, Ewimmiagr Thoao in his cries, tut ho, finally- reached scarcely were and Eileen Eafely aboard when tbey saw Dennis himself, (Jrippinjf coming ibe them, Lhrcer teuniled, sailed to feeling that they bad been miraculously spared to a life. "i-7j WILL MARRY AT THE EMPRESS "For Love of a Ihe spec- ial two-reel feature, that be hown for ihe last time today, rfe- flcla some yerr' striiiing and beauti- ful scenes in tbe ancient city of Sev- ille, which is noted for beauti- ful Women and flowers. The story of ihe love and jealousy of Carmen and Lolila for the handsome Francisco, Is truly interesting. A QuKe .ynusual scene, too, in moving pictures Is the liullfig.it In the.Plnica dftl Toros. "Who Will Marry ie a charming story that tells of the many 2 the great Bull Fight In the Arena at Seville, Spain For Love Of A Toreador Molt Entrancing and Sensational Photopliy Ever REELS WHO WILL MARY MARY PATHE'S A Great Two Reel THE PLOT OF INDIA'S HILLMEN. A Sensational and Exciting Story of the Hill of 10 POPULAR CENTS als mails to 'at 'of the sculptor show The propos- how Mary, in aphe'cf her having lost her heart to EILEEN OF ERIN THE WELL KNOWN IRISH 9TOHY WILL BE TOLD IN TWO BIG REELS TOMORROW REMEMBER TONIGHT IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE SECOND OF THE Keystone SERIES. and delighte.1 thousands am SHERMAN THEATRE TO-NIGHT The Candy Store Girls Pete Griffin Freehand Bros. The Hillyers All Star Program WEEK OF MAR. 2nd Daily Mallnte Starting In Complete Change of and Vaudeville Each Day MONDAY NIGHT "The. Prices Matinees Seats now en sale at Box Offic? .the Impetuous artiaLHvjmB htm down Carriage" i whe'nlshe hears that Tie had .alao pro- Tuesi (ported to the Herald's. j the movement is more popular with i non-Mormons than with people.) of' posed to his model :their.own laith. President Wood ajid 'BisnoP'Brown arc selling a good nl- ample'hv leaving al! public gather- ings promptly at Ifl.p'clocV. F.vcn the political meetings last week were not eicrnted. THE OLD COUNTRY For KtUtlvt5 or Friends, or ling yojrielf. ilk by KAlSEfl ]LL Crow [T.DC6 Frfttfario WillUm of CJcrmanj- lo his bed wttfa Mr. Here W. A. Ilendersoo. of the firm of W. A. Henderson fc Co.. chartered ac- countantE, is in'the city from Winni- peg, and-will-work "ith-Mr. Gibson on the city auditor's '-report, (or tte year. In. these days, when hygienics arc so prooiinently before the public, Patho's .Weekly picture of the babies thousands in different characters she portrayed, will be seen at her riesl ii the Droducttcn of "In the ft shop's at the H.jO'i on Monday day next. -The pictures are produced under the directioa of Danie.l -Frohinan, of llieatrlcal renown, Is sufficient guarantee that the pictures arc the being examined .or the medical fac- "perfection" in moving picture accom- uTty is specially Interesting. plishment. Don't leave others to tell Friday and Saturday, an extra spec- you what you have, missed. Ul" "The'Plot of Indian Hill-" men" n-lll te produced, 'PAUL J, RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT PICTURES CHARMING LITTLE ACTRESS MARY PICKFORO AT BIJOU I.lttte Mary Pickford, who achieved a great reputation as a picture star, "WiDANIA" "AUVN1A W.i-M rXnw 'MJii "ASCAWA" Tons) Uimtri iirrr Ori d onl. Mvpr with (hft tri i and Tmrd only. with tt 11 ng ju tr-il uihllc. Cliir. Th> Comrtny ulr. ifrvtre? Qyefr.dtown. Fftiitu-ir York, fn (hr world. York. t-U-t-rppnl. Kan1 bulidlr.f far SBtvlcc' S.I. for irained SC'iool children's matinees ill Sc ARROW fCotch COLLAR. 3 fof 25 he. WOT, hyf fcc.Tl.rf on Thursday and Friday ader- 4.1 n p.m. AdmisEion for MARKS' CO. COMING TO SHERMAN Hairs a Handicap Tendency of Modern Builnen Ts To the Youno Men ._., t- i children onlv, ThfB mans Bv- f m erj-where JOH find th? big jobs in tlie T hands of' young men- The appear- oi dtacrp.dtts your ability. Youth and efficiency are firei cousins j InleresL ifi -being man- in ihe oca of business men. or ino puWlc In j Don't .let ?rey hair- sroil i.lhc approp.ofclng enirajement .it the Tlicalve, rveek of March 2-7. of Tom Marks anti his splendid com- who will aoDear next Monday nlsjlit in she comedy BUCCESS, "The Golden Thfg comedy has teen Approvcrl and spoken of (n compll- menUtry br both the prtsa and public, and Mr, Marka' interpre- tation cf the parish priest has been pleto change ol drama and each evening, maUneCf. daily at 2.30 p.m., admission. !0 and 25 cents. Eremng 25 and SO Seats can'-bc reserved the hoy of- fice. According lo a stalomenl In Dominion [iarliament, Australia le ,.o need .marriageable women. l- sroil your when U's eaay to pre- vent or cure them. Kay's Hair Health iht nat- nral color to pray and no OTIC know you use it. H Is A dye." Ii is a lialr tonic iliRt're-inOgorales iiulr roots and tbe attniltcs new nourishment. a new lease.0' life for your.hslr, thus, bringing back color and luxuriance.- H dandruff. We guiranlee it to do this. Your money will be refunded If H fails after a fair 11.00, 50c., 25c. H at our Blore. J. D. Higlnboiham A, Co., Umited. commented unon. Besfiie? lie witty comedy, H also contains splen- did plot, which is fascinating In Its roa.Stj- sublime In -'As illractive qua I tics. With a cast such ftur- rounds Mr. Clerks tnis season one may ejpecl aomelhing good. A com- Montana Ewes for Sale thousand li-ad [e grjule ewca. In goorl condillon. llrst dass. hred in ngistercd S'irop CotswoWs. Will lamp in May." For April first tlolfver'y al Hie mock yards Cholcau, lana. Price H50 per hosd. A. J. COWELL Chotou Monlflna. ;