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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIDOE DAI1T HER ALT' PAGE THffEl WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, -night Only Sherman Theatre The Best in Photo Play Sensational and Thrilling Picture Scenes Taken in Switzerland Come Once You Will Come Always In The Alps Trafie EMPRESC 10c-15c mm Th6 Peal of WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETt Winnipeg, May 13.-0n the close the wheat' market acted dccicl- e.ily ncrVous, showing, susceptibility to anv bullish news' irom across the line in lace of lower Uvcrpool and cables. On the Liverpool market the in- Biiifv for wheat cargoes was quieter and 'Prussian otters were heavier and cables came Jd. lower. At 1.30 p. m. cables were again lower and closed id to lower.'.The inlluence was lilt on the Winnipeg market and op- ening prices Tore jc. .lower for all months and lone weak. During the' forenoon a scare de- reports In MI a number of points'of damage by Hessian fly in Missouri anil southern Illinois, and at noon May ''and 'July had advanced Jc. and respectively, and October and strong .undertone. Winnipeg closed Jc-. to lie: advance. American markets were also weak nt advanced later on the damage reports.- The rash situation somewhat improved, some deals In N'o. 3 spot wheat being transact- ed anda good inquiry continues ior lower grades of oats foe export. ISarlVy is also in demand and ad- vancing. Minneapolis opened jc. to ic. lower, and closed Jc. to }c. ad- vance. .Chicago opened unchanged to jr.. .lower, and closed j lo -Jc. ad- vance. Liverpool-cables at opening re iid. lower and closed Id. to iloivn, and all continental markets lower "except liudapcslli, which 15 higher. .Paris closed J- lier- In.'l. and Antwerp j lower. Winnipeg cash wheat closed Sc. ad- v.-jiioe for contract grailes cash oats t to '-Jo. -'higher cash barley clcsi'd U-.' to jc. si'lvance cash flax clcsr.il -to I1, lower, through flic clearing, house wore bus.; oats bus.; I'M ili.OOO bus.; and barley bvs.' '1't.c' total .cars inspected Tuesday vas. against 673 last year, and in sight were 250. Open Close 933 .91 Wedding Bells Does it not bring visions of the day when your own little girl will be a blushing bride? And don't you hope that when she rnarnes "Daddy's Gift" will be such 83 will add much to her happiness Well then, why not commence now to pro- vide for her dowry by means of an Imperia Endowment Policy on your life? You 11 scarcely miss the small yearly savings' re- quired to maintain it. In this way you can make sure of having available when she reaches a marriageable age any sum you maychobse And, if you should die m the meantime, the full-amount of the policy will be paid to her or to her guardian immediately. We'll tell .you all about Imperial Endowments if vou'll send us your name and address. And your asking for the information will not place you under any obligation whatever. THE; IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wilkie, District laager, Lrtibridge 'LethbrUge will be a college town for one day. Yesterdayr altexnoon ihere arrived 'in-tiie city-a party of twenty or more students trbm the mining school, McQili .University, on their regu-! lar annual .jaunt lo the mining dis- tricts of; Canada. They will remain all day today, and things may IQ expected 'to he lively. i Dr. J. Hi Porter, .head oi the de- Iparlment of mining ol McGill, is in 1 charge 'of the party, and is accoin- i panied by two assistants, Proiessor I j'-jj- Bell and.C. M. B. Cooper. The 'students, will visit Number B shaft of -the Gait Collieries. Dr. Porter, B ho'conferred with Mr. manager of the mine, stated that it was his policy, when only one day was available at a certain camp, to spend all the time possible In one it carefully, instead of glancing over three or four shafts. The party will spend sevcrui days Feature Bay 5' Reels of the Best "THE GIRL OF THE CUR- TAIN" 2'Reel Gripping Drama PATHE'S WEEKLY Scenes in War Ridden Mexico JOHN BOUSALL vs. SOUTH AFRICAN SMUGGLING GANG A Noted Detective in Action 2 Reels of Thrills f AND A RIPPING LUBIN COMEDY Reel Special: "Wrecked in an- other -'Master Players" Film. "We lead; others follow." The Cat's Paw After the Story from the Blue Book Magazine GRIPPING DRAMA Caught in the Web An Exciting Detective Story MISS AMY LAWRANCE Select Songs FLO LASADIE AT STARLAND TONIGHT; Few of the faces on the motion pic- ture screens are better known today than that of Miss Florence LaBadle. Born of cultured French-Canadian parents in Montreal, in April, 1893, and educated at the Convent of Notre Ji .Tjame jn made her visiting the TONIGHT AT THE SHERMAN slage debut with Chauncey Olcott in They will The offering tonight at this house "Ragged Robin." In 1911 she was eo'as far west as Greenwood, B. C. of amusement is one that will appeal'playing a minor part m The Blue partv is travelling in a char- to all lovers of the photo-play art. Bird." From that engagement she tercd'c IV K. sleeper, and came in The feature subject is "A Tragedy in went to the Biograph Co, for her first attached "to 511 yesterday, which was the credited as being tho most six months in nn hour late. Those in the party are spectacular and sensational film ever ing at the expiration of that time to Pathe's Weekly of current the Thanhouser Co, where she first and an uproarious comedy appeared in the sacred feature-play, balances a programme that cannot "The Star of with James be equalled in the city. Majestic Theatre 2 nights commencing Friday, May 15 Wheat- July Sept... May July Sept. MINXEAPOLIS 81} 891 Sli 87J- vilify. Harley Blay 'Juiv Jlay GLASGOW CATTLE '.MARKET Glasgow, May Bat- chelnr, cattle importers, report heav- 38J ier Scotch and Irish supplies, with j the'trade easier for all classes. Scotch steers are quoted at 1-1% to CASI.I.PKlUliS nd stores oil both slew. Hinlilinr atoliitcly rircproof-coliciete.itcc! and marble, ECROFEAN FUH-II ptriiiip Wnk W For nursing mothers Na-Dru-Co laxatives offer the important advant- age that they do not disturb the rest of the, system or affect the child. 25c. a box at your Druggist's. rug Chnnicil of Ljmitxl. "DAVIO' COPPERFIELD" AT THE SHERMAN (By Argus) "What a pity they are for one night must have been the re- created a more world- j gret expressed by those who sa'w the wide and profound impression than ".David' Corjporlleld" pictures at the any dramatic offering within a genera I Sherman theatre on laet mgnt It cessful new play of modern American life, in which she has achieved the ero'wumg triumph of her remarkable career. This play, which is the the- 'atricul sensation of the year in New Yortv, Chicago and London, is credit- tion. Miss Jllington, who has never been seen to such fine advantage, comes here from a long run in Chi- cago that made theatrical history he- was a'beautiful series of films breath- ing the true spirit of Dickens' master- piece, and carrying one back to scenes and characters wuich only a A syrup cup and butter dish are contained within the lid of a new pan- -ke plate WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT A Advice CagO LUat UlUUe Uleullluill IUOLUIJ uc- j cause of the unprecedented popular- man like Charles Dickens could por- ity of both play and star. So great tray and inspire. There was an old- wns the demand for Beats during the j world flavor about the pictures which s dd- ueiisnimi, aim nils, add- SAN FRANCISCO BUILDERS UNION WILL STRIKE jan Francisco, Cal., May attempt by the San Francisco Con- ciliation Board to avert the lock-out at five o'clock this afternoon of 000 to union men engaged in the erection of buildings in the down- town district, failed today, when the Building Trades Employers' associa- tion refused to submit the contro. vorsy to arbitration. The Building Trades Council had previously us- reed to the arbitration. The lock- out results -from the demand of 'nn- IPII painters for an increase of wages from to J5.00 a day. Chicago engagement that Miss Hung-1 ton was obliged to consent to play a to its artistic merit, made a feast of intellectual entertainment which would be bard to beat in the kingdom of animated pictures. To lovers of Dickens, the reels were auces 01 wuum of absorbing interest, but even to twelve hours, ap-1 those who had a superficial know- "Indigestion and practically all forms of stomach trouble are, nina i times out of ten, due to acidity; there- fore stomach sufferers should, when- ever avoid eating food that is acid in its nature, or which by chemical action In the stomach de- velops acidity. Unfortunately such a rule eliminates most foods which ara pleasant to the taste as well as those which are rich ill blood, flesh and nerve building properties. This is the reason why dyspeptics and sto- mach sufferers are usually so thin, emaciated and lacking In that vital energy which can only come from a A eH-llme reniear for coughs, colds, bronchitis and whooping Does not npset the alomach. i ffor rtl im w iffntindt of Ca cs an woopn coii. o 'M Innls. A sm.ll dose. only, ivcded and uives o.lict results. A nadian bonus tlnto 1HO. Du> Shilok lot uid told.. 1 I.W.W.'s GIVING TROUBLE IN PROVINCIAL 1 Edmonton, Alta., May gathering of I.W.W.'s was dispersed by the noiice this morning. A furth- er parade is promised for this after- I noon, but nothing serious is expected. There is work on railway grades tc be had, but they refuse that class of labor. TOBACCO All those feet had Corns Watch the feet that now trip lightly. All of them had corns. .But the owners learned of Blue-jay. They applied it in a minute. There was no more pain. The corn was forgotten. And in two days the corn came out. Chicago engagement that Miss Illing- ton was obliged to consent to play a matinee each day, a procedure before unh'eard of.' On the closing day of her stay in the Illinois city she ac- complished a remarkable feat by giv- ing three performances of "Within the La'w" within twelve hours, ap- pearing at a special matinee at 1C.30 ledSe of the of the writer of o'clock in the morning, in addition to j Gad's Hill, there could not 'but be an-, d to exclude from their diet all star- 4" ohy( or fatty food, and are. try- ing to'keep up a.miserable existence on gluten products I would suggest that you should try a meal of any food or foods which you may like, in moderate amount, taking immediately afterwards a teaspoonful of magnesia in a little hot or cold 'water. This will neutralize any acid -which may be present or which may be form- ed and instead of the usual feeling of uneasiness and fullness, you will performances. Every seat in the the- atre was filled at all three perform ances. at the Hed- o clocK in uie morning, in aaaiuon to the regular afternoon and evening I irresistible appeal to sentiment, mind i and eye In the extraordinarily bril- l Han't and realistic manner in which j the story was told. Enormous labor and time must have been spent in tho production of the pictures, and the selection of those -who figured in the characters which have .house- hold words was singularly happy. "David Copperfield" was a triumph of 'what the moving picture can ac- Seats are now on sale ley uriig story. MEXICAN WAR PICTURES AT EMPRESS Pjv-fi full reels of the best in photo- play will be offered today at the Em- press. For the first time since hos- tilities between-the United States and Mexico commenced, the Lethbridge public will have an opportunity .to see, in some of the finest cinemato- graph productions, operations in the heart of tho conflict. Pathe's Week- a proauotion the nna that roar rood with Soon or late you will treat your corns in that way. You will stop the paring, stop the old-time treat- ments. You deal with corns in a scientific way. You will take them out, with no soreness, no pain, no inconvenience. Nearly half the corns in the country are now ended by a million corns a month. Why wait? Other ways, as you wfill know, don't really end a corn. Why don't you try this wuy, painless, most effective way? Why don't you try it now? Blue-jay For Corns IS MM! 23 Druifiito Btltr ft BUck, mi !ly was one of the first on the job, and in their reel, to be shown to-; night and tomorrow, may be aoen of- ficers, of the Federal army awaiting kind we cannot have too many of. It was an attraction which should fail to bring full houses. In appealing to the best tastes of the people of 56, the management of the is to be congratulated in its It is to be-hoped that ar- can be made for re-show- orders at Maniamllo, am the flower the films. They are worth seeing Lwice over, and an opportunity should be afforded to those who missed them to witness a production 'which de- production 'Whc e- the Federal army taking train a n b xico City for Torreon, to defend Mexico City that city against the rebel chieftain Villa. In tliis reel tiiere is :iisu shown scenes on Orange Day at San Francisco, including the Panama Pa- cific Exposition grounds. The'feature of the day, and show- ing only one