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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUK1UY, .MARCH 25, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL7 HERALD PAGE THHEE EATRE ONE WEEK COMMENCING Monday, March 3Oth MATINEE DAILY IVER ECKHARDT And Full Company in Stock OPENING PLAY MONDAY BOUGHT AND PAID FOR Oliver J. Eckhardt .PRICES- Matinee: 10c-25c Night: 25c-50c BIGGEST SUCCESS OF THE SEASON "Everyone Knows Eckhardt" Seats Now. on Sale at Box Office Miss" BETTY BARROWS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES No. L So. J No: So. Nor. So. I licil 7-1 I 71 -No. 2 71 j ..i..iiS 3 Itril OS No. Soi tl No- I 51 i No. j Nm -..JiJ i> Knl No. 1 No. 2. N'o. 3 Itr-il No. 1 Hcil t'l 67 lit SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES on tlic iirriiu'MidiariLTs-Unliiy wtifo aF follows: Wheat C'losi! May............ ''J'i .Tiilv VI May..........'.: lulv........'.., .I Ill'; Inly Jltolicr- .j Closing Cash Prices Vn. I Northern.......... No. W I Vti. V Winter 2 WiliUT So. Wintcir N'n. '2 C. W. Vo. 3 C. N'n. I- l-'cri) 2 Kci'd N'u. 3 Vo. I No. 1 ,N 2 f. Vo. 3 0. j Minneapolis Wheat Inly' !'2' :crt( mrjr-r Chieaqo Wheat BIJQUTodayOhly "Throuh the Clouds" A three-part Sensatfon dsallng with the doSngs of the Under- ld, See !hc Thrilling Chase of the Balloon by Aeroplane, show- the world's rr.ost Sensational Feat, the climbing of the Heroine the 'Plane to 1'ie BalFoon 8000 feet in the air an Actual Scene .the Most Daring Performance ever attempted. EVENING STARTING AT 7.30 ADMISSION 10 AND 15c MONDAY AND TUESDAY Hour Before Dawn" In Three Big A Famous Players, featuring Laura Sawyer, well known Brogdway Star, in the world's greatest Detective. Story. ADMISSION 10 AND 15c SHE IS INNOCENT ALWAYS AND YET WHEN THE MOTHS HAVE GNAWED THE ERMINE. NO POW- ER IN HEAVEN OR EARTH CAN MAKE IT AGAIN ALTOGETHER WHAT'IT WAS MAUDE FEALY STARRING IN THIS FEATURE IS KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST AS A LEGITIMATE. THEATRICAL STAR Monday ALTHOUGH MOTHS IS ONE OF THE BEST AND MOST COSTLY PRODUCTIONS EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY WILL. NOT RAISE THE ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS I5c CHILDREN 10; Moths SELECT' MUSICAL PROGRAM BY THE POPULAR. STARLAND ORCHESTRA 5 MUSICIANS WITH FORREST SMITH SHE WAS A MAR. TYR OF A FALSE 'CIVILIZATION, OF A SOCIETY AS CORRUPT AS THAT OF THE BORGAIS, AND FAR MORE DISHONEST WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Mini.. ni the Hte-iiufk liceii P.lid i-y; V.iyiiK; uiiiKliJuHy from thri '-co In lietter (be Union li supiilies liavc a 'id springers were some -Uilli i'.'ifi for clink'; to Tor r luif'L'Viv 1 Stocker? :nul feeders ;ire In t, nth] (MO car? of faille: J'.vcLty five- oars ol :nul five.cais CATTLE MARKET rancy that there arc no in Itirhrnfir'.ut tothn. Imt Hi: Majestic Theatre TONIGHT I'ecei'.'rs for llic rwo dayf were ;is follows: ftockyards-- .tiw. C.I'.H. IPS: ho? j "MOTHS" i cn or earth can made it again alto gelhcr what it-was.'" ,h "Moths" iy'orie of Hm best J and most costly jiholn-nlays ever pro-j MONDAY AND TUESDAY ;dlicetl> policy of Slnriatul wilt no! i __L_, jailer -Monday am] Tuesday during t'lt 'pu.da's Grcai Book to be Offered fn MX treraendous four- Moving Pictirrcs lrcyl future. ThP aftuiteslon price? rcm.iln as usual. TJip cvcr-poji RFTORni KUbbtLL HtL-UMU? till? O[ the- jular Starhn'l ordicstra nil] be In at GUS HILL PRESENTS Tlio -Mosl Uii-'.iiiti.1 Couv nly SIUTIVS in Tiicatii- Mistihy Mutt Jeff In Panama Driiictlng In l.ld'. Ilii: Twn of .1 ClonT Clitoo'nlnl'p .Minil, In Tliplr Dully' Ptiinls as I'rlnlc.l in Mure Hvr Hun- clrcil (lrlii.rr -Vfxvs- VPlc-rf in and It's linn of II in NPA- Vrrk: in Chi- .1 .Mcnllia In FIFTY CLEVER PEOPLE Two Cars of Scenery Si-Ma r.o-.v at l-'rank llrrllr-v'-i-lmii; Ktoro.' Power of Knig'it Votor Avcrares 180! Per Cent. For Normal Rating Vi-.ji sfldui.i ilc-t- Ihc fif- piiit- coiuc up tin- rating iJalir.cri fm H by ihc 11 Epons to hc- n h.Tl'it Mith-.llic nf MM; Kngfne to iin-. tier rate- iTilhcr llinn the liorsr-jiowcr of their In- in reteiil Its I of Ru_d- sell Kniglit Kngine. Jim for nil wii i rev- licarWntcrcst dran-.a liroduccd in moving pictures, iho itCndaHCO. (lie OPfil 1IIO- al on'Iy, com-: perfortiiatices evpry from 2 to 5 Today EMPRESS Today TWO REELS TWO REELS "THE BIG HORN MASSACRE" 'COMING MONDAY No. first of a series of Oriental Romances pictured from the pen of Harold MacGralh. entitled Tfcfee Reels "THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" Three Reel These adventures' are full of thrilling Interest, daring adven ture with savage denizens of Jungleland and soectacular magnifi- cence and are strongly recommended as being of the highest class.. Don't mies the first adventure. COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY -MISS GENE LEWIS The. Latly with the Contralto Voice. In Character Songs, EMPRESS Tand Theatre tor ou Monday. Miss .Maude Kcalr. starred In ATTRACTIONS Is known from, coast to coasl' THE as a legitimate theatrical _____ has rosillvcly never been ser-n U' Tlio management of this theatre ter advautaec than in this. Oiilda's jt.-isj, (0 attpntJoii of th.c citi- "Motlu." With her In aiMns Of E.GflibHJgp in, the rcinarkaliu per inhmlp. was aw. or ThRnlioiisor cast. Incluillng ;sericf ,.f ylivlo dramns. iniHrr the ncr tent. oMU rntlng, of _> h favorites as AVilllaTii Itjiie of "Tht of is all thr more remarkable [n vie.vv of ucnia Holmes, Harry- Itcnhaiii. Mrs. are nliunt to be at this the fact that it H Meek motor, Marion and l.ila Uieslcr cf bix Tliesr, ibirhed at nititlum, :md rt-r.re-tv.is (lift 'iiveracc OLIH-JI! of (lip Com- been the i turps arc bsse.1 Ihn book of (he fiost ftAlraorrtinarr 'IcsriipUon of a name, br tht-rclcbraied author. }i-i no vaUc pvrr penned. Iteniembcr: MinroM thr- hiTfr has seen fit to tsVe the, j "She lias chastity, nnd- she had also heing made by llllson Wil- 000 challenge of UK; Corniiany looiiragc." "She was the mtitlyr ofVlets, the weli-knonn Illevary man. lo 'Implicate tdo rcrforinanrt of fiviilrMlon; of a'society a? cor-i There ave thirteen of these advcti. Itnssell Knighl. ;_ it j ,u an I one bf wl n'H hown rniiiii'inv t-i 1 fin wftii tlipliotif bl." "Sim Innocenl al .each weeV until ronihlclion .laioft" SlUM" lllpiiiU-iii to that the moths liavc S. McOnado. the rarnoiis pic- .ithe [jlu-notiietia! record, 1 gnawed.Ihi] tr'rotnp, no power in lieav- turc critic1, of ;UcFO films nictrk not only U new ilevarliire irt nrodiitUou and method of but they also establish a TICVV j-tamlaid In tnc do- rnam of pcrllotid! ntlvnnUire rfuO thiUI- ing phoio-dramatte narrative." rt-iiiarhablc mivcntnres full of an Oriental of glamoiir and rcmiiuling one of the far "Arabian Niglits." The Mit-t n4lvcTiturc.'f "Tht Unwelcome hill lnj produced on Monday next. TROMBONE SOLOIST Mr. Forest SmUJi, Ibe know i! trombone soloist, who lias latc'iv cdnocfpfl with will lu- jivxni at'.Si aria n ri oir-Monday. (Theatres-Conlinued on 7> Empress MASTER PHOTOPLAYS COMING The Third Degree 111 .lf ilCCl.-. Tlio greatest lill uf rooMit years In Hurl.'Dn X. V. Xo from rho M.igl-" cvr-r It-nl ilscK per- fectly lo motion pictures. ,iiid no finfr fcalnre Rlni lias ever FLOODS THREATEN ALBANY .Mhriny. N.Y.'. March son llhpr Is 7l3iiic raprljy an-] 'hseHorg :ilong the mcr front moving to of.safety, ;