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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TH^EB YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE AN ASSET TO EVERY WOMAN Gray Halr� A Source Of Ditcontent Every woman ivlahos to look young alwnyB. Gray hairs mean the passing o( yoiitli'a cJiarm. They avo the. source of many a hoartacho to many and many a woman. But they need not be. Hay'H Hair Health restores gray hair to Its natural color. It Is not a (lyo. Hy Its tonic fiualltles, by promoting: a now vigorous, healthy growth of the hair, by removing dandruff, by furnlHliing to the Honlp and the huir-roots 11 new life it brings back the rcai color and lustre of the hair. If, after a fair trial according to dlrectlcns, It falls to do this we ^Vlll refund your money. $1.00, ."JOc, 2.')c. Get It at our aotro. Sold and recommended by the .1. D. Hlglnbotham Drug Co., Limited, Leth-brldge. Alberta. Advt. Ko. No. No. No. No. Ko. No. No. No. LOCAL WHEAT PRICES I Northern. .7.'( .Vo. 1 Rcd..7.'� Northern. .7;i No. U Ued..7;'. ;i Northern. .70 ' No. ?. Red.. 70 I Northern, .li:'. No. 4 Red..(i:n 5 Northern. ..'iS No. 5 Ked..i'iR 1 Hea ................................. BO 2 Red ................................. (57 ��i Red ................................. VA A Red ................................. SS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .Alarch .'(.-Opening and closing prices on tlic grain exxhanges lorlay were : Wheat- Open Ulnso May .......................... ii:ii 112 i .)ulv........................... 'J'.  Oct. .................. ....... SS}- Oats- :yin- ........................... 371 :i7i .luiv ........................... sHh n&i Fia.v- May .;......................... l.:)7i i.iJUi- July .....................'...... y.Mi, IM\ C.VSlf mUCKS Wheat-No. 1 Nor. .................. 89;- N"o. 2 Nor................:.. m- No. ;! Nor................... S(i; ^6. i........................... No. 5........................... 77 No, � ........................... 72A- No. 1 Feed .................. . Winter Wheat-No. i............................ 8�i- No. '2 .......................... S8i No. 3 ........................... Sii|- Oats- � No. 1! C. W. ............ :i5i i^6. 3 c. �ftV � � 34* Kx. No. I Keeri ......... 31;; Barley-No. 3 ........................... .15i- N"o. i ........................... -13} Feed .................... l-j Flax- Ko. 1 N. W. V........... 1.32i No. C. W................. 1.29i MINNEAPOLIS .May ........................... 90s- ^oi �July :.:...... !)2 J Hl^ Sept......... ........ 88' 87J Ci lie AGO May............ !i3i n-i'i July................. ssi 87;- WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, JIan., March 5.-Trade baa been brisk since the beginning of the weet, and what shlpmeute have (tome in -have found-ready sale. There liaa ibeen A big run of bogs at the Union stockyards, and a moderate run at the C.P.R. Prices remain firm and unchanged. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Ofnee-C. P. R, Freight Sheda f OfNe* : : 1163 PHONES i Offlfl* : 412 Stablea : lOftt Martins Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Sarvlet V-.___ REX TRANSFER Alta. Saddlery Co. PHONE 670 CAREFUL, QUICK SERVICE GOOD LECTURE AT STARLAND FRIDAY l'>iday, one day only, Jlrs. .M. H. Somorvllle will deliver her famous lecture against the grealust curse in tho world-"Wliilo Slavery." Mrs. Somervllle's lecture is taken from Capt. Wiard'.s experience while America's foremost criminal detoctivo. Mr. Wiard has made over 17.000 ar-I'reatH, extending in liis operations over tho greater part of tho I'nited States and Canada. Tliis lecturer has arranged wiUi ('.ant. Wiard to bring home to the people of her time as far as her strength will admit, some of tho more salient facts that have been gathered by this expert'�.during liis life of untiring investigation. These lectm'CB Jiave been delivered to over two hundred Chatauiiuas in tlio middle west during llio last two years, and many of llie sclioo'ls and universities of tiie middle w-fjst and tlio east. They have been In great denjand ev-crywliere, and crcalod a widespread interest. * � TOM MARKS CO. � ARE POPULAR FAVORITES Tlio Sliernian Theatre was again i.axed to capacity. last evening, and from Uie many complimentary remarks passed by the patrons, it i.s .safe to predict tlie S.It.O. sign being j luing out for the balance of the week. [�The bill presented, "The Irish .\t.-j torney," pleased immensely, and the snanagonient feel they have realized tho ambition aimed at, by furnishing high-class entertainment at popular prices, and are distinctly proud of securing such a clever company as Tom Marks and his talented supporters for tho tlieatre-golng public. The bill for tonight is one replete with humorous situations, arid a,capital evening's entertainment is guaranteed. "His Irish Honor" is a piece tliat affords ample scope for Tom's versatility, and the othoi- members of tile cast portray the various diameters in a manner that will please tho moat critical. For Friday night, by special arrangement, that po^merful dramatic production, "Bought and Paid For," will be the offering, and early mser-vation is requested, as the demand is already very large. Matinees ate given daily at 2.30 p.m.: prices 10 and 2a cents. Evening, ilO and 50 cents; all seats reserved. The curtain rises nightly at 8.30 iNm. prompt. * * if "ARIZONA" AT THE BIJOU ON MONDAY Morning Telegraph, New York: About, two Jiuudred spectators gathered in the�Astoi' Theatre. They were theatrical and motion iiictiire folk, tliere to'see the film version of Augustus Thomas' great play, "Arizona,'' produced under the direction of one i of America's foremost playwriehts �and producers, Thomas himself. They were eager to see wliat he had done. They were eager to see how "Arizona" would lend itself to motion pic-; tures. TJ.iey were eager to see ho'w a cast of favorites of the speakini-stage ^vould appear oii the screen. . All sat in silence, . yyhile the six reels were run off. Then a spontaneous outburst of applause, which lasted five minutes, from persons unxised to applauding, slio'wed their enthusiasm over what they had .iust seen and set an official verdi-ct of unqualified approval. It was unanimous. There was no dissenter, no oBe luke-\varm. .Augustus Thomas has otialifiod as a motion picture producer. "Arizona's" possibilities were realized as thoy never can be within the confines of a stage. ^ This play will be at the IJijou. on March 9 and 10. A complimentary performance will bo given to school children on Jlonday afternoon from 2 to 5, *y the Red Cross Drug & Book Co. * � �  GOOD DRAMA AT BIJOU Grace Cunard is the author of this sensational comedy-drama, "Black Masks," wherein two society crooks, a man and a woman, match their wits in an effort to gain possession of a certain necklace. Produced at tho Hollywood Pacific Coast studios, and directed by Francis Ford, and acted by him and Jliss Cunard, it not only teaches a good moral lesson, but grips strong, with, extraordinary fresh situations and smashing climax. The play opens with several scents at an automobile race track during a genuine meet. �'i'ony Jeanctte, flie winner, is glvou an-invitation to a masked ball that, oveuiug at tho home of the wealthy Mrs; '.Montague. In haste, Jie drops thti-'iuvitatlou, which is t'Qund by Francis, a society crook, and read by Meg, another genteel crook. Unknown to each other they both decide to |�ttend tlio ball with the hope of. gaining possession' ot Mrs. Montague's ne'ckliico. . 'i The theft of tile jewels,.ttud their subsequent recovery, furnlsli enough thrills to satisfy eveii the.most exacting. * t- �* HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE AT THE EMPRESS Tho large audiences tliat have witnessed tJu) excellent entertainment that hasTieen provided . at tlio Ehi-proBS during the past few days has quite satisfied the management that In ])roviding' such a high staudnrd of vaudeville and movies at popular prlceB, tUey havo met a long-felt want To-day EMPRESS To-day VAUDEVILLE COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM MOVING PICTURES Harry C. Willis Miss Hazel Dell HARRY C. WILLIS, the Versatile Ventriloquiot, and MISS HAZEL DELL, the Happy Girl with the beautiful costumes, will appear at this Theatre for one week only with a Repertoire of Now Songs, Jokes, Dances, etc., not forgetting Jerry and .Sarah the Comical Mannikln�._ Two Parts The Cave en's War Two Parts A THRILLING AND SENSATIONAL PREHISTORIC DRAMA Who Will Marry Mary " Tl)i> fourtii story of this fjoiinlar ;ihctopla.v. �'The � Pi'opo-?al From Nobody." COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-"WHEN MOUNTAliM AND VALLEY MEET"-A Wonderfully Powerful Two Part Lubin Drama 10 CENTS ~ ---------- USUAL EMPRESS POPULAR PRICES 93S 15 CENTS TONIGHT ONLY An All Detective Wiard's Experience Is to be seen at IN THE erwor Id TO BE TOLD IN A STIRRING LECTURE BY MRS; M. 80MMERVILLE AT Complimoutai-y performance to Pupils of the City 'Schools, .'Monday afternoon. March 9th, given by the Red Cross Drug and Book Co, '^'ou are not asked to bring anything. Simply call ait the store and -get ticket. -that is, a good show at a price within the reach of all. Miss Hazel' Dell, the; happy girl, with tho liice clothes, bu^ delighted everybody with her charming singing, alike in solos and duets, and Harry C. Willis, tho versatile, appears to have no limit: singing, dancing, ventriloquism, instrumental - anything and everything, in fact, seeming as ea.sy as falling off a log. liverybody who enjoys seeing- and hearing good vaudeville should certainly see Willis i'c Dell before they leave the city. The movies are of the very best;' the special two-part "Cave Jlen's War," is a pre-historic drama of great interest, and notable for some wonderful scenery. Thte fourth story of "Who Wi'il Marry Mary?" gives a faint hint of who will be the happy man, and Patlie's Weekly, and a thoroughly enjoyable comedy "In the Same Boat," a tale of a wig, complete one of the, 'bent programmes/to jbe seen in the city. �:� On Friday there will bo an entire change of both vaudeville and . pic-turea, the prlncipaPmoyi^'beina; a remarkable twjajv^er ,^.ama! ."�'^'hen Mountain and Valley.Meet.", ' "Should Villa fail to,justify his action," says the London Times, "wo shall bide onr time until a govern^ ment again exists in Mexico strong enough to bring the offenders to-jus-tice." SIEAMER ITSELF MUSIMBLIE London, March 3.-Tlic Privy Council today supported the .uuigment of both the Nova'Scotian court, and tlie Supreme court\.'of Canada, who found that the French Ktcanislilp St. Pierre i'Miquel6n was^i.alone responsible for j the collision between hcrselt and tlto I steamship Ren'ivick in December, 1911. - ,!r;'v.! In dismissing tile appeal ot the St. Pierre'Miquelpn's'owners, the I'rivy Council called attention to their rule, which' is now weU/Settled, that when tho;^question is whether the concur^ rent".judsui.entr'otf the,..courts below sliall be reversed on the grotind that tlie judges , h.ive taken an erroneous I view of, the facts,, ;i't is incumbent on the appellants-to adduce the clearest proof- '^that there is an error in the judgnrtht api)ea!ed from, and, so to speak, put his linger on the mistake. Acting upon that rule, their Lordships "were clearly of the opinion that the finding of botli courts on the counter claim of the St. Pierre Miquelon cannot be disturbed. The appeal ac-cordinKly was liisihissed. This is the last time this Big Bill will be exhibited in this city. See It TONIGHT! Sherman Theatre TARLAND* TOMORROW-one day only Tom Marks and own company in "His Irish Honor Prices 25c and 50c Matinees Daily At 2.30 p.m. 10c-25c The history of humanity has nothing to record that is more marvellous than the sudden and w^idespread interest that has been awakened in the civilized -svorld on the subject of what has been so justly named "the white slave traffic"-a truly delicate tlieme. And from whom could that truth be more appropriately set forth than by a woman-one whose whole soul is stirred to its very depth by the iniquitous and' degrading practices that have been allowed to go forward down Into the very opening of this most enlightened of the centuries. Afternoon 2 to 5 Evening 7 to 11 Usual Prices Hear Starland Orchestra i."'if/ *isS^(* �.- ji- l"\ '"-ifiif'rf:'!"*; START WORK ON NEW - TOWN HALL SOON Macleod, Alta., March o.-Tlie semimonthly meeting of the town council last night was very uneventful, the only item of business worthy ot note being the decision of tho council to commence construction work on the ?100,000 municipal building at once, and the grant of $'-'5.00 a month to the band, the grant to take effect from .lanuary last. The plans for the big mutiicipal structure have not. yet been i)erfect(!d, but work on the building wi'il be started at once. Today BIJOU "SLACK MASKS" _ A STRONG 2 PART DRAMA TOMORROW Warren Kerrigan in Restless Spirit 3 PARTS The Tramp Dentist JOKER COMEDY IT'S A SCREAM After eight hours a jury at Sydney, C.B., found John Atkinson guilt yof murder. Acid in Meat Clogs Kidneys TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS IF YOU HAVE BACKACHE OR BLADDER TROUBLE .Miss Hazel Doll, the Happy Girl with the beautiful costumes, now appearing at the Empress. Public Auction AT LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE BARN On Saturday, March 7th 5 GOOD DRAFT MARES, ALL YOUNG. 4 GOOD GELDINGS 1 TROTTING MARE-"SUNDAY BELLE" 2 YEARLING COLTS 2 WAGONS, 3 DISCS, 3 S^TS HARNESS. PHONE 13B2 Meat forms uric acid, which excites and overworks the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. Regular eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occasionally. You must relieve them like you relieve your bowels; removing all the acids, waslc and poison, else you feel a dull misery in tlie kidney region, sharp pains in tho back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach souts, tongue is coated, and when tlic weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urina is cloud.v, full of riedimcnt; the channels often get Irritated, obliging you to get up two or three times during the night. To'neutraii7o tliese irritating acids and flush off tho body's urinous waste ,2;ot about four ounces of .lad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table-spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a tew days and your kidneys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear,, This famous salt is made from tho acid ot grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation. .Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful effervescent lithla-water drink,, which millions of men and women'take now and then, thus avoiding serious kidney and bladder diseases. For sale by J, D. Hisinbotham Si Co., Ltd , CUTTING DOWN ADVERTISING TO SAVE MONEY IS LIKE STOPPING A CLOCK TO SAVE TIME I-Ian-y C. Willis, the Versatile Ventriloquist, now appearing at the Empress Theatre. , ' j ;