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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHB11DGE DAILY HER ALP PAGIS TrTOEe MARKETS -ORAIN PRICES Winnipeg. May tlosing grain prices todu> were Way July ......'.i. (M.......... Oats- May nnrli'V- July Flax- May' July Oct.- Nov. Open Close ng a (M i 95} 881 38 38} Famous Players Series Sherman Theatre-Special for Tonight Prices lOc and 15c 94.'. 87-i "David Copperfield" Most Remarkable of all Motion In Six Reels In Six Pictures ix Reels 38 1.351 1.38} 'CASIM'HICBS No. -1 Not No.' 2 Not. No.' 1 Kcrt Winter No. 2'ltcd Winter No.. 3 Rf'i Winter No. 2 C. No: 3 0. Kx. N'o. I Feed .....v.... No. I Fced> No. 2 llarley- -No. 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No. I. K. W. C No. 2 C. No. 3 0. W MINNEAPOLIS May '.Itily 191 1.40 I'.-to' 94 921- mm FOR THE wen ARBOR DAY SHOWS WHAT AT- TRACTIONS AT PARK WILL DO 4th Series Way July Sept LIVERPOOL CATTLE Liverpool, Hay De- vanes- Co., cattto ;fcporrTB, report the cattle market unchanged.' Filday, May tlie Sth, will BO into tho pages of history for more than m. one accomplishment. It established i tho record of thc-year to date, for tho 37i 'largest day's receipts ou'any one line 36? of the- municipal railway. Of course, 36 the Bed line dld-the'deed. It is the 3.H one that carried all the loyal citizens 3H to Henderson Park in order that they i might blister their hands on shovel 47} handles and "transform it" Into a beauty spot. The total number of i 433- passengers carried was-2742, so Mr., Downer's estimate that there were I 11500 people at tl'.e park was well SB' within the mark. The receipts tor this cue line were Arbor Commissioner Reid is very well satisfied with the results, and is more than ever In favor of attractions at the park. During April, the car earnings were as follows: Hell, Blue, 891.34: White, Orange, I34J.7G; special, 170.95: ad. earnings, I-' rentals, SCO; total, a daily, average of S134.SO. The num- MIBKET 'ber of passengers cabled was a daily "average, of 1---------------- Our Mutual Girl SEES THE NOTABLES AT "PIPING THE FAMOUS COUNTRY CLUB 4th Series COMEDY YOU LIKE Keystone NOTHING BUT LAUGHS HAVE YOU HEARD THE STARLAND ORCHESTRA Select Songs by Miss Amy Lawrance OUR: PRICES NEVER CHANGE. MATINEES DAILY 003- 93? 85J 8-1} 90} 87 945 CANADIAN BONDS ON LONDON MARKET London, May ll.--Following are the latest quotations of active Do- 'minion, provincial and SU0ominion of Canada, 1909-34, per Alberta ten-year debentures, Mairiloea stalling debentures, 1928, H per cent., City ol Maissonneuye, Que., deben- tures, 1953, 98-100. cent, S4-r 86. City ot Quebec Consolidated stock, denentBrej, Winnipeg, 1913-36, 4 per cent., P2. Vancouver consolidated stock, 1053, Philadelphia, battleships Cardston, Alta., Jlay a, re- sult of the visit of the Dairy Commis- sioner for Alberta, some extensive im-_ provements are announced for the; "OUR ,n >EJ Majestic Theatre May 15 PLAY COMPANY INGT HAS KNOWN llTHINTHELAW Idaho, Illinois, and Missouri, left .the creamery. After the address at Philadelphia navy yard .early today !the the dairy meeting last Saturday, for Annapolis, where they will take j dipnoi's met to consider the good cruS i ...Idiii of a tage storage plant nU3ht. in there are no or-i for keep ng t-a'a" ujon Dut Rock, ders.to.go waters, the'. has finally Dcen a battleships are prepared to respond MUTUAL GIRL" AT" STARLAND TONIGHT fourth series of "Our Mutual -will be offered as one of the ones to be seen at Starland to- In this instalment "Our Mnt- Irl" sees the notables at Piping NTEREST b" BAYARD VEILLER Seats now on sale at The Frank Medley Drug Store Prices: Gallery 50c, Boxes to any emergency call. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Man., May of livestock for the past week are as follows: Union, 915: hogs. 7612. C.P.R. S22; sheep, 260; calves, 11. The supply shows but little change Irom the receipts ot t, week ago. The cattle trade is slo'ir, few real choice cattle coming, yet quite enough to meet local requirements. No out- Bide ..demand for .the well finished cattle. The New holds the record for the best 25e city. EMPLOYS NOTHING BUT -WHITE' HELP SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY Come Once and Always Commercial Oyster and Chop House 2 doors from Lethbrldge Hotel Btbretl elae'where. One of iduW moment in r Mutual, a storage room The creamery has -win fiive Miss an oppor- handicapped for lack, ot tunity of displaying; her voice to bet- "d a long felt want. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride'1 BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. in'countries where beer is used.as a fable'bever- nge, is practically unknown. 'So .is stomach trouble ir. general. In Germany beer is more frequenS- ly drank than at meal lime. .tbc prejudice against strong stimulants has in.no wise impaired the value, of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritions of all liquid foods. TliiB beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but caii back'up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and. we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic, THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 singing lighter No. 4, entitled "The Royal Slave." 'in this' picture, it shows the humiliation she is enforced to endure, and which she does endure 'with tlial same graceful and dignified attitude wlilch seems to be characteristic oi her all through the story. Any per- son who has .already viewed one of these series of pictures will not fail to seize the opportunity ot seeing this further and more interesting pro- duction, and those who have missed the previous series should take ad- vantage of.this one today. The man- agement are, giving away in: cash at the conclusion of the Be sure and get a coupon with all particulars thereon. As well as the foregoing feature, there-will 'be a Pathe comedy, entitl- ed "Uncle John to the lie-; Ing no less laughable than, their other j productions. A Kalem "For I Her Sister's concludes this at- tractive bill. 'MPRESI Kathlyn is seen at .her best in this BOULTON'S Automobile Livery Our Rates are" Reasonable Service the Telephone 1 206 Our of The machine great favorite with the Lethbridge tas b en used In Cardston-and public, Have arranged a specia the council has not seen its way clear cal programme, which will delight all o paT more than for it. This who visit Starland tonight, the board thou-M too low, and they There 'will also be offered pn this ,ave held "ookiug for another pur--same hill other WE attractions all Phaser The deal was put through by well up to the Starland standard. A. 11 .Archibald, superintendent completing one of the finesenter- roads for Cardston district.. talnments ever offered m Lethhrldge. r-irdston nubile school teachers are .nnnlnr th.miwlvM this week. Their "ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" issued, by the see-j AT EMPRESS TONIGHT relary, making the hearts of the "The Adventures of the gogues glad. The school board was great novel written by the veil-known able to borrow from a private author, Harold Magrath, which is source, and this the chairman assures causing such wide-spread admiration, the Herald scribe will tide them over and which is being shown in a series tin the taxes come in. And still; we. at the Empress Theatre, again heads hear that several the Cardston the bill for today anil tomorrow, teachers are coming back next term. A camp of surveyors, consisting of a half-dozen tents, has been set; up on the creel: bottom, west of town. The party, it is understood, is a sec- tlon of the liydrographic survey de- i partment, and they are here waiting j orders to proceed to some survey i work near the boundary south and of Cardston. Dr. 0. M. Fletcher, successor of Dr. J. E. Amos, arrived in town this week from Chicago, where Lhe has just 'graduated from the dental school in 'connection with Chicago University. Dr. Fletcher, by special arrangement with the college, was able to get out .a month earlier, and is In Cardston earlier than expected. He has taken rooms over the Customs house, and, if reports arc true, there wili b'e a 3ady. sharing the apartments with the doctor next month. A Cardston citizen has been giving his. friends a .good deal of anxiety lately by his strange antics. This week-he hired a team at a local liv- ery, and a fe'w hours after the livery- man heard that his team were hiing up hi a .wire fence on the road to Aetna. A search was made, team found, but no driver was locat- ed. i In the figures sent in recently by. the Cardston representative of .the 1 Herald regarding Mr. Anderson's phenomenal miilc yield, a mtetske waa made. Mr. McIntoRh. of the creamery, 'makes the correction. The total amount of milk received should have-boon 5770 Instead of 9776. The 4000 pounds difference would make (Illitc-a difference in the price paid for bultorfat at tho Cardston cream- cry. 'The correction Is gladly made. Another litter, of pups arrived thin fox farm.: This makes three Utters this spring, and the aver-, age Is still five. "DAVID COPPERFIELD" TONIGHT AT SHERMAN Owing to the1 presentation of "Is Marriage a tomorrow, Tues- day, "David Copperfle'ld" will be pre- sented for one night only, and all citizens should make a special effort to see this great masterpiece of Dick- This film production is calculat- ed to do much to improve the motion picture industry and pave the way 'or more educational features. The marvellous reality attained by the1-producers of this subject is some- thing that will at once compel admir- ation, every detail being worked out perfectly, and in such a finished manner that for the time being the spectator Is living amonK tho very people that Dickens so wonderfully portrayed in tho story of "David Cop- perfield." It is an assured fact that all those who take the pleasure ot seeing this production will appreciate the efforts made by the Sherman management to. elevate the standard of amusement in the city. Prices .as usual: Children, 10 15. Richmond. Va., May I at noon today, an parties IKms it i distance and bo conducted by mall Such accounts nil! receive OUT ierj best attention Wltndraivnls 01 deposits can be made as satisfactorily In this manner as bj a peraona' visit to 0111 olSoe Letlibridge Branch, 31513th Street North i Q. F. Managtr ;