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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBil'fi'GE D Al L Y PARE TIIUEE PRICES Winnipeg) May 15.-Winnipcg cash wheat closed i lower to 1 higher. Cash cats cloned, i to i. advance. Cash flax closed unchanged casii barley again cloSc.d linner, being un- i'Hangw! V.'to; higher Deliveries thrbiigiiVtiie' clearing house today were': bus.; oals 500 bus., and bai- ley V.'bOOjbusV; The 'total number. of iinspcclioris on Thursday 20? cars as against S87 last and in Sight oh .Friday. ,VMC. MO cars.'-" Mav Oct i "Oats Open i 95} the House of Quality Sherman TTheatre To-night Only 'THE BUCCANEERS" Three Reel Feature All Star Caste Prices lOc _ and 15c ITim't Miss, Monday and Tuesday "A Daughter of the Hills" A Gordons, Spectacular Drama of Andeiil Koine Famous IMaycrs Series July Flax CASH PRICES Ko. 1 Nor. 'No. 2 Nor. I red winter No. 2 red winter So. 2 C. W; 3 c. w Np 3 Ko: -4 Rejected Ketd flax- No. MX. iV. C. Koi 2 C. W No. 3 C. W. i '.MINNEAPOLIS. .May July Sent. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET 'Winnipeg, May' nricen have declined ten cents per cwt. for choice. The hog market is weak, following the trend of eastern trade. Cattb prices are steady. Receipts since the beginning of the week have bee.n light. :_, OttaVa, May do.-r-Tiie -first Satur- day'Sitting of the session will be held, tomorfbiv. The motion calling for It carried. Sir AViifrid taurier first objected on the ground that all tlie government1 program had not yet been broug-ht down and that many of the members including himself had made engagements for tomorrow. He asked that'the first Saturday sitting be postponed for a week. The pre- mier said that as far as lie was aware the whole of the legislative program ivaa now before the House uxcept the supplementary -eatlmritea. Ho was prepared to' arrange that only no: contentious subjects should be taken up on.Snturday. It waa gettins 'iate and every one wanted to wind lip the Reasiori as aobn as pbssihle. -Sir Wilfrid accepted this explana- with the understanding that only non-contentious bills should be taken up, and the motion The debate on the Canadian North crn. !proponals -was. continued by E Bristol (Centre who warm approved the resolutions liefon the Houne. eiTY AND Steamohip steamer LaheManitoba Is reported by wireless. She Is dn at Quebec ,on liay, 18. Western pas Renters full arrive in U'inninep; o anA In Lcthbridge ori'Fri Duffield and Ingalls.. the famous European Entertainers appearing; ut tartand all next week.' ._- I -Bank'Clearings v -Bank': clearings- for the :week' ciid- ng Thursday; were as ag- Inst for the corresponding veel: last year, TARLAN The Place to Hear Real Music A GREAT RACING STORY THAT GRIPS IlHttgtoi] in r the Law" at. the Majestic tonight. judges lawjeis. in fact .ill nho have outshines any previous attempt made with the 'lucliinen ot jus-i by that master director, Daniel Froll- nian, tlie story' carries one back to MARGARET ILLINGTON AT THE MAJESTIC. TONIGHT "Within the Bayard Veil-: lev's phenomenally popular new Am- erican drama, in which ing direct from a record-b'reakins run in Chicago, will appear at the Majestic, tonight, is a play of such universal appeal and tremendous dramatic power that it attracts niany persons whom docs not ordinarily impress AVomeii, espe- cially, are interested-in tlie nerve, gripping struggle oE a gond girl to re- tain her integrity, although persecut- ed by persona higli in official- author- ity, while among men there is a sinv ilar fmjliug'for the brave and daring young woman, who is forced to match her wits against the brutality of tlu police. In addition, .such classts as ticc. are irresistibly dra'ivn to "With- in the because of the ilhmiinat- manner in which the play treats iiig questionable methods, ein- ployed in detection of crirab and the punishment of offondprs. Miss .suc- cess in the leading role has been de: claved one of the most notable acting triumphs of recent years, is sm'rourid- a larRe and adequate support- g cast, which Yncludea Howard Neil Morao, Frank E. Camp, Robert Elliott, Hilda1'keenan, Sonia Jasper, and a dozen others. Seals are now on sale at Frank Medley's drug store, AT THE SHERMAN Tonight the feature subject at this house of feature programmes is "The Buccahei intense interest, amid scenery of mar- vellous beauty- On Monday and Tuesday next will be presented another of. the Famous Players series, "A Daughter of the Hills." In spectacular grandeur it tiie Nero, when .the chict amusement of the populace' was the battle of -the gladiators in the arena. It is 'pretty story remarkably acted and every .detail worked out, to per- fection- rfemember two ..days 'only, Monday u ml Tuesday. ual, 10 and 15 cents. Prices' as us- ALL NEXT WEEK. field and IngaFis SOCIETY ENTERTAINERS OTHER BIG ONES TONIGHT rMPRESC JV IQc-lSc iJ "WRECKED IN; MID-AIR" AT EMPRESS TONIGHT 0 whig: -.to its popularity, at the fast town in which it was showing, "Wrecked in Mid-Air." the sensation- al and dramatic three-reel production! by Kliene. did not arrive on schedule time yesterday, and could not be shown to the1 Empress patrons, as ad- but it will form the fea- ture of the programme for today and TODAY AND TOMORROW MASTER PHOTOPLAY In.Throe Parts "Wrecked in Mid-Air" klelne Eclipse. Feature; a realistic and gripping story of a daring fight between an Aeroplane and an Auto. ESSANAY COMEDY A Successful Failure Majestic Theatrfe 2 nights commencing To-night "We lead; others Seats on sale at Medley's Drug Store. Boxes, S2.50; Gallery 50c. a tliree-reei subject I tomorrow. This is one ot Hie most spectacular productions ever filmed hind you i-ead about. The cin- ematograph operator "was in as much danger when taking the, pictures as Uio principals npliear on tlie screen ,aiid Uie entire three reels arc thrilling to the climax. There is a nniqui! plot, and a pleasing love, story rims through the film, bringing the "production to a satisfying finish. In addition remarkable pic-, tnre, there is a comedy entitled "A Successful 'Comic' all" the way through. Warner M.P..P. Here F. S. Clmrlns Egan and W. Warner were visitors in tbe. city yesterday. CANADIAN BONDS ON LONDON.MARKET London, Jfay are tho latest quotations of recent. Caiiadiail issues: Afa two; Do- liniou of Canada ono; Pacific Great Toronto.one, and Win- nipeg five-sixteenths. At a Columbia, tiiree-eighths; Canadian North West- ern, one; Grand ;.Trnnk, No.vay antt. Montreal at.par. Trinity Churtn Services Sunday, 11 "a.m., Children's church; p.m., Slbhath' School; 7.30 n.ni., evening service: '.Wo extend a very hearty and cordiitl welcomp to all to attend this service. Ladles' Aid Tjoi Social Tuesday over.lng in Oio church. Particulars wiM be announc- ed In a day or. two. Junior Society of C. E. oh Wedhmday at 7 p.ih. Choir practice on ftiday at 8 p.m. no place like home Vidlrola. -where The Deadly Cutworm The first cutworms to ho reported year Were tiiund yesterday morn- 'ing by some of the 'worlcmcn in Gait ''Gardens, when, several were nicked un from the flower plots on' the north sideot the -Mr. Jlitchell stated thut'the worms had been present tor some .Years, but' that applications of hran. soaked in parts green had prov- en check, and helwas surprised to note tiielr' re-appearance. The worms to medal taatc Tor jiad- lotus and snnpdragoiiR, theso being enncclally tender and palatable. The 'tufk Biinerintwdefll. I" not 'loo'kiiiB for much to reftuHi ftnd hnllcvcs them .jilejiuii'tejs! from, ,'tho. soutTi brought" in specimens of the wire worm.'wHich Is practically Indeatructltile. near ills licr- ftld coiild'hemr, Ihey were not doing .'much damaKc, anil 'thelf nppRarahce bait not uwuied siHjcial alarm. OUR Victor Department Is Complete' with a Full Line of VIGTROIAS, to- getlief with 3000 Records All The Latest Dance Records Now On Sale It gives everybody the kind of music they like besft. There are Vitftors and Vicftrolas in great variety of Styles from to S200 (on easy payments, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided Vidtor Records at 90c for the two selec- all "His Milker's Voice" dealers in every city and town in Canada. Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. Limited BBS Lenoir Street, Montreal. town nnd city. Risch, Ltd. Victor.Department 4Q4-5th Street South. Bryan Block 21 Western Branches Phone 791 V1CTROLA XVI .vJL ;