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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 1, 19M i.- THE Lfe'riilUU'D.UE DAILY PAGE THREE Tonight--r The Gringo Weekly Mabel Two Reels of Action Master Kingston Orchestra 5 Musicians EMPRESS Last Time Chas; Klein's Famous Story in Six Reels Complete Change -UTHE UON AND THE MOUSE" MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES No. 1 Nor. No. 3 'Nor. lOc 15c No. 1 Red ......71 No. 2 lied .....71 SATURDAY LUBIN SPECIAL Cadets to Hold Church Parade to St. Cyprians Nor.' '.'.'....US Ko. 3 Red No. -1 N7or. No. 5 Nor. No. 1 Rea No. 2 Tlcil 3 Red No. 1 Kcd ......Dl No. '1. Kcd ....'..Gl i FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS May l.-W.nmpcg w ________ opened i higher--to-i lower, .oats .-1 xip and flax J to .J.nji. Later wheat; dropped to 90-J for Oats wcre No. 3 'steady ami flax The market was qirictrih sharp contrast to the- lever- isli activity ot yesterday when ice- ord of pi srain is reported to have gone through the clearing house. {.NTo. 2 C Liverpool market reacted a lilUe, j .N opening unchained to i higher, anil I TWO, REELS BE SURE TO SEE THE MOOSE PICTURES NEXT TUESDAY. ONE NIGHT ONLY. closing to Wheat- United States markets except for May foreign declined. j Jnly The activity in export circles, a Sept. "feature of yesterday, was not jncvi-j deuce today altliough there was some stun worked for future, ilcliv-J Julv cry. Cash trade is very quiet. The wither map has a much im- jirovcii aspect and the forecast is for needed wanner ivcather. Receipts were fair, being Mil cars Sunday, May :i, heralded as "Co lo Cliur'eh" Sunday, will be suitably Dntlimnn Tllin PinOD Ufccrvcd hy the Lethbridgc school DBlWBSfl IWO rllBb who Kill attend St. Cypri- an's church. Ilev. Canon .McMilleii of- ficiating for their annual church par ade. Ilallalion orders for cadcls are as follows Sunday, liay Battalion No. Ml" will parade lor divine wor- ship at St. Cyprian's church, the various units assembling as (oUows Companies and parade, on the liar- racks lawn" at sharp I'ouipan- '.'jj iies "C" and "V" parade at West- minster school at Hi.In sharp. Fol- i lowing v.-ill be the route of parade: 1 I From .the Barracks cast on Ave. 3 io IHh St., thence south to the idnircii. Returning, west on. "Hi Ave. "tV'Uo 7th st- nr'r''' lu 'n1' Avc fasl" to the barracks. F. S. FIL5IER, I 0. t. Cadet Ballation No. 301. Arrangements for the Cadet parade on Monday to welcome Commander Evans have vet to be completed in all details, tentative, inslruclionr, arc to the effect that Companies and "E" will par- aiic at Central school at 3 p. m. They will proceed north on Sltll St. to 3rd Ave., when they will be met hy Companies "C" and who FRANK MORTON CO. PRESENT The Famous Irish Comedy C. :i C. MINNEAPOLIS "DIE OF KURD" With FRANK MORTON as the DUKE FJKICES ____ 2.3 ami Cents Special Matinee Saturday, lOc and 25c FOR TWO DAYS ONLY COMMENCING Usual Admission THE GIRL THAT CAN SING Amy Lawrance Popular Songs by a Popular Singer You Can't Beat This, A 2 Reel Keystone Entitled "In tht Clutches of the Gang" THIS BILL WILL BE SEEN Thlrd Our Mutual Girl CHICAGO FREE Deliveries through the clearing house' were Wheat hush- '_____________________________ j-is oats Bushels, barley bushels, and flax closed MJvernoo! iia'i up, COST "TO YOU J'aris, unchanged, Berlin up. Bucla-j Vcrv likelv others have ]icst 1 up, and At the Sunday church jiarudc. the Cu'dc t Bugle Band ill be on Jloiiday's musical menu is yet in course'nf preparation. Slay '.Inly Clef.......... Oats- Way Duly Fhs- Jlay July Del........., you to tisc Iteall "Dyspepsia Tablets, because of people .in this eommunay beheve i use oAwtrr, utc Mtrru- nnnn scores of people in this coramumty believe i SAVED HIS NECK upcn L lose to br best re.ncdy cvcr ,nado for 'Hi 'JO i Dyspepsia and Indigestion, 'ihatiswnat Chatham, Out., April 93 too, because we know what they 'who-ivas sent 1.3-li- 1.341 1.38J 1.385 1.35 .CASH'PUICBS Spring Ko. 1 Nor. Ko. 3 Nor................... Winter Wheat- No. 1 Ko. 2 Ko. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. No. 2 Feed 35 J 33} have done for others and .what they are made of. We have so much foilh in them that we you io try them at our riak. If they don't help you, t'icy won't cost you a cent If they don't do all that you want. thtm (o they don't restore your 1 stomach to heal tli and make your digestion tcl1 m aml wi" tack vour money without a word or question. Containing Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the greatest digestive aids known to medi- cal they soothe the inflamed stom- ach lining, help in the seeretion of gastric juice, check: heartburn and distress, pro- mote regular bow-e! action, and make it for you lo'cat whatever you like whenever you like, with the comforting assurance that there will be no bad after- effects We believe them to be the best remedy made for dyspepsia and indiges- tion. Sold only at the more Kesall Stores, and in this town cnly at our store. Three sizes. 25c, Silc and J. D. lliginbotham ft Co., Limited. was sentenced to be hanged 'on for the murder of .lames Conyears, will, not hang. Thy sentence has been commuted to life imprisonment. Conyears was stabbed durins a quarrel, and died several days later, when complica- 0' as set in. Smith has no friends here Sage Tea Puts Life and Color in Hair Don't Stay Gray! Sase Tea and Sulphur darkens hair so na- turally that nobody can tell Yon can faded hair beautifully dark and lustrous almost over night if you'll get a 50 cent bottle of Sage and Sulphur' llftlv Remedy" at any drug store.'.' Millions of bottJGB of tills'old, famous Sage Tea are sold annually, says 'a druggist bcie, because ''if1 darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell H lias been applied. Those whose hair is'turning gray, becoming faded, .dry, seraggly and ihiTi- have a sur- prise- awaitiun them, because after one or two applications the gray liair vanishes and your locks become luxuriantly dark and dandruff goes scalp itching and falling hair Stops. This Is the age ,of youth. Gray haired, unattractive folks aren't wanted .around, so. get busy with Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark, hand- some hair ane1 your youthful appearance wUhin a few days. Sold bv J. D. lliginbothaiu Co. KEYSTONE MABEL AT STARLAND A real live feature programme is being offered at Starland tonight. Keystone Mabel is to he seen in one iof the funuiest Keystone comedies ev- er shown at Starland. This big com- entitled "Mabel's Stormy Love will keep, you in tho best of humor until Monday, when "the great two-reel Keystone, entitled 'In the Clutches of the i is to be of- fered at Starland. "The Gringo" is an ex-ceplionally good two-reel drania which is to be offered tonight. This is a. breezy story entertainingly told. Gringo" is not a "problem" or "sex" novel: it does not deal with woman suffrage. It is frankly u story for entertain- EVANS COMMANDS R Second in Command of the Scott Expedition HIMSELF TELLING' THE THRILLING STORY OF "Scott's Discovery of the Would Havi Toici had He Lived May 4th-WesIey Church 75c, 50c. Seat Plan Now Open at Druj Stors, men in KING GEORGE NAVY PL.UG CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF 1 It surpasses all others in quality and flavour because the process by which made'Sifters from is dcli- ciously sweet and non-irritatih j. SOLD EVERYWHERE: 1Oo A otild ROCK TOBACCO CO., LIMITED. QUEBEC AND WINNIPEG. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pr BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a conccnli-alccl I'liod. Tea and Coll'cc are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as ;i table, bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than particularly at meal lime. The prejudice against strung sliniulants has in no wise impaired the value of ''Alberta's Pride (be jiiosl milriliuus of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one. thai we can back up by proof. Conic to OUT Brewery and wo will show you. Tn Ibosc who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it lo convalescents because it is a Ionic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 the big out-uf-iloors: it fairly breathes the spirit tti the oper. H is swift in movement, full of constant surprises, umisua.'! situations, and through it nil runs an absorbing ro- mance deftly woven. "The Grinpo" is wholesome and stir- ring drama.. It's a big fine story. There are aiso to bo seen tonight other good attractions nil well up lo (he Starland standard, including Mas- ter Jirainie Kingston, the boy soprano, i who is malcinj: such a hit at i Starland tins week. MUSICAL COMEDY AT SHERMAN (By Argus) In the entertainment menu provid- ed at the Sherman Theatre last night the dessert end, in the shape of mod- ern dances, proved the most attract- ive. Edward Lawrence and Kather- ine Elliott gave a very interesting and artistic exhibition of the Hesitation the Argentine tango and the castle 'walk. With n grace and sym- inetery of movement the dancers de- to perfection the latest features of the new society craze. The first part of the programme was in the "way of a hotch-potch of music and comedy, with here and there a hint, of tragedy. The wit, it inust he said, was somewhat forced, and io thoroughly appreciate tho same one needed a minute acquaint- ance with the latest argot 111 vogue on the Broadway, New York. The piece -was sufficient in its purpose "pour passer le as our French friends would say. Morton and in "The Girl and tho introduced a melo- dramatic travesly in "September and, as "travesties'go. it had its flavor of merriment. As a iipht entertainment the Frank Morton Co.'s production is fairly pleasing. "The Life of Christ" The Original Passion Play in Four Large Reels of Magnificent Hand-Colored MOTION PICTURES By Pathe Freres At the Salvation Arrriy Citadel To-night Wnd To-morrow Children W cents Adults 8.00p.m. 25 cents Good [nstrumental and Vocal Sllislo Citadel Band Seats may be reserved at Kenny Allln's Drug and Book atore STEAMER DAMAGED BY SCRAPING. ;BAR lloiitreal, Que., April steamship Saturuia, wllioh scrolled the lower Traverse Bar on its way here, appears to have been damaged more seriously than was supposed. A diver went down to examine the plates of her bottom today anil found several started. The water is com-1 into the tanUs but the cargo is j safe. It is planned to dock the ves- sel upon her arrival ill England. The Jlontt'ort, which grounded MADE GOOD CHOICE Vancouver, B.C., April think that Jlnclieuile