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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1911 THE LKTH BRIDGE D A I T, Y H E K A I, H PACK THREE MARKETS Famous Player Days Sherman Theatre Monday and Tuesday Prices lOc and 15c SATURDAY'S (SRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .May wheat mar- ket was active, especially fa during the last iiour of Ihc session. Cables were llrmor. than and tlio Winnipeg market cpenwl Via Uglier for all moritlis, with' a good demand, while American markets were hbiivy al opening! As day progressed numerous .reports .arrived of further damage canned by fly and hugs I" 'he winter aud talk of dry T-eathcr in Northwestern. States and Iho Canadian west, and prices ad- vanced .sharply on nil the markets. Tlie Winnipeg' market closed to higher for wheat. .Minneapolis opened unchanged lower, and closed advance on ail months. Chicago opened unchanged to- lower and closed higher for all months. Liverpool cables closed lower and all continental m.arkels weru higher. Paris closed unchanged to high- er; Berlin higher: Budnpest higher, nnd Antwerp 'The Winnipeg cash demand for Xo. H Northern wheat was active, other grades only fair. No. 2 ('.W. and C'.AV. oats were demand. was In fair request while flaxj was slow. Cash wheat closed to higher for contract grades; enah oats closed to higher; cash barley closed unchanged to high- er; cash flax closed advance for the three grades. i Deliveries through IrA clearing house were: Wheat hushels; outs. hushels; ilax hus.; and barley MiOOO bushels. Winnipeg Market Wheat Wheat Close May .Inly............. KV- 95% Cct.......... Oats- May......... 3S% July 38% Jlay. 1371.4 13714 July............. 140 Oct.............. 1-11'i HI.V4 Nov............. HO Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Northern ?5 DCo. 2 Northern............. tl.1% No. 1 Red. Winter 115 No. 2 Red Winter........'... 'Vo- C "W c. "Barley- No: 3 4 No. 1. N. 337 No. 2 C. 13i American Markets Extra Special Daniel Frohman the great pastoral "The Daughter of the Hills" One of the most beautiful subjects ever portrayed sltMM'K (inolcd special good lota .2 real IK! i to ng-, mory. Cliolco butcher -.iKtifcra, Jti.OU to Tint hog market J3 for choice now fed and ami ST.tlO off cars. From the Union -yards six cart; of liogs were slnnped to eastern markets and seventeen cars of cattle- to south- ern markets. OUR BROOM HALL CABLE Liverpool, .May -vas sonic pressure in evidence :it tin.1 immed- iate opening, and-as a result of pro- fit taldiifi over, the week end, prices declined U to This was stimulat- ed Ijy the easier Winnipeg closing, and better weather reports from Am- erica. Following the opening and during the remainder of the session, there wns tin under current of steadi- ness helped by the rally in corn, de- creasing stocks here and firmness in [Manitoba offers. Interior markets throughout the United Kingdom were firm, with light American shipments and v.-ith expectations of light world's shipments. Shorts covered. At tl'.e close the undertone was steady. BIR KEN HE-AD CATTLE MARKET May T5evr.ii-1 ey Co. report that heavier I runs .of cattle and warmer weather. trade at the Birkenhead lairage today was good ijiiality Irish steers and heifers making. I" to 13M: cents per pound, sinking the offal. JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF, j IN WARNER LAND CASE) In tlio case of tiie Manufacturers' Life Co. v's.i Walsh et ul, which lias been before the Supreme Court, judg- ment was given for the plaintiff for specific performance of agreement j set out in tiie statement of claim. The O. W. Kerr Co. was associated indirectly with the 'plaintiffs. This company has sold some acres in Hie Warner district, anti this is the first occasion on which it has been connected with any dispute. .Mr. ShaV of Calgary acted, for plaintiffs, S. ,J. Shepherd as aficnt.'; 0. K. Virtue was for the defendants: AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture and Real Estate ON Monday, May 18th AT 2 P. -M., AT 730 17th ST., NORTH LETHBRIDGE. U Wilson, Auctioneer, is favored with instiuciinns from .Mr. Knowhten to st'll the following: lirass trimmings, '-1 Iron Bod no m pie tp 2 Dressers and Stands 1 Chiffonier 1 Sideboard 1 Extension Table 1 Sclici Oak set Diners, uphol- sterer! in real leather 1 (.'ouch Cf'litre Tallies 2 Carpets 1 Hand Tainted Screen Otld Reciters 1 .Mahogany Wash Stand t Solid Oak Hoeker 1 Grass Arm Chair I Hall Rack 1 Child's High Chair Odd Chairs J Baby Hammock Bedding. Table Linen 1 Heater Ladies' Bicycle, first class con- dition I. G-hoie Range (malleable iron) with warming' closet, nearly new Linoleum Dishes Kltclien Utensils.- TERMS RESERVE EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD REAL ESTATE IIoiisu is tv.-o storey frame, with cement foundation; ground tloor contains "large hall, parlor, den, dining room with luiili-in china large kitchen and two large pantries. Upstairs, three bedrooms, throe clothes closets and bathroom. The house lias elec- trifi light and heated with a furnace. Verandah across ilic front. also cement sidewalk to tiie rear entrance. It is nicely treed and fenced. This is an ideal home. Size of lot. about feet. The property will he offered for sale ai 4 o'clock sharp, Any further information remiired about the property, call or pliouu tlio Auctioneer, After six -p.m.. Phone 585. caE'Ii; balance t-j be arranged. .W. L. Monday jfe Tuesday ENGAGEMENT KXTRAOKI1IXA.RY and Ingalls Famous Kiinipoiin i cing-Acts' A Grcsit Fe-Hturc Wolves of the Underworld Two Reds Cruel, Cruel World Keystone Comedy 5th Series Our Mutual Girl 5th Series BEST FEATURE PROGRAM EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY (By ArrjusJ Plays written for the purpose of exposing the defects (in the social sys- j tern of the present day, about 'which much hah been written, and n good deal said, are ani to become, t'ornmon- pi a c e. The subject matter, when CMPRES S Clark-did the. These were j the penalty for the murder of Police j dramatized, may imtt.or "'terest the words of Frank Davis us he and Consiable Archibald of Vancouver i cording to and sincerity Herman Clark -wurc luarcbbd on May 2S of last year. Clark 'tmeer- to the a caff old this morning to 'jiayjed at Davis, um-'jJtiiu THRILLING MASTER PHOTOPLAY "Wrecked in Mid-Air" LAST TIME TONIGHT .Tuly Sept. Chicago May .Inly Sent. OtT: 871 CALGARY STOCK MARKET. P. Burns Co. send us the. follow- ing stock letter'under'date May We quote' the following prices de- livered and weighed off the cars at Cnlgary for next week's shipments, pud subject to change 'without notice. quality, 160-250, 7.00: rough, and heavies, graded; ]ight, tiiin pigs, 0.00. export steers, MOO nnd up, choice fat butch- er steers, 1000 and un, to 7; good fat butcher steers, 1000 and BU to 'choice export speyed heifers, 6 VI lo choice fat cows and heif- ers. 1000 aiid up, 5% to HU; good fat Tin teller cows and Jisifers, 000 ami to good fat stags, to good fat bulls, to 5. spring calves, 200- j S; ditto, IJOO--100, 7; ditto, 6 cents. killing sheep, woo ton, wethers, K.50-. ditto, ewes, G.OO. Lambs Choice yearling Iambs grain fed, 7.00. VWNNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Man., May dc-i innjid for cattle on Friday was steady arid prices uncliangcd. while the mar- j ket Tor boss was again weak. Dur- ing the early part of the week local puckers required some good cattle and fiiiucial hunches made over one lot mailing; said to be the best on sale this season here. There were fe'vv 3001! cattle on of- fer on Friday, and stucktaa ami iwu- crs wero. nlso Scurce, Choice butcher PRAYING Of All Kindi Western Transfer Co. Limited P. ,if PHONE) Offict It ttublei Shedi 1163 I 4b2 1061 REX TRANSFER Altn. Snddlory Co. PHONE 67O CAREFUL, QUICK SERVICE Your dreams of hearing the music you want when you want it have been realized by the Edison Phonograph When a few friends drop in and conversation lags, you need Edison music. When you are alone you want Edison music. When you desire a particular piece played or sung by a particular artist you can have it, at once, on the Edison. The strong, steady motor'of the Edison is always dependable. The diamond reproducing point en- hances the wonders of the thousands of beautiful selections. EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS ARE SOLD IN THIS CITY BY THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. PHONE M5 Thirteenth Street North. KENNY ALLIN, Ltd., Drug-Book Store .'.VFifth Street South Lcthbridge, Alia. The new types of hornless instruments phonographs de luxe and you ought to hear them today at your Edison dealer's. The tone Ct is constant in quality. author and players in bringing .it. be- fore., the 'In'dealing with the particular nhase of the social prob- lem round wliich the story of "U'ilh- in the Law" is written, Bayard Veil- Icr lias endowed iiJK characters with a virility of that iuimanrnature which, unfortunately, exists, and which can- jnot fail to arrest popular sympathy hiHtl give rise'to inu'ch rpflection. In this aspect the play is a powerful one. Mary Turner is an "original type in an army of everyday workers. While a victim to the system she rise's ab- ove the circumstances which it en- forces. In falling in with tiie role of the character, .Miss Margaret llling- ton had tlie opuorUinity of display-j ins ttU 'he emotion, and those subtle I characteristics which in their appeal have made her name' famous. In righting a great wrong, the intensely human until re of her acting won the deserved plaudits of an admiring audience. It was not a part w! Comedy Makes You Laugh MONDAY Tainted Money "VVretrhed in showing tit the Empress theatre tonight. This play is shown in three exciting reels of the famous KHenes, producers ;of the beet feature films of the present day. It predicts to an extent tlie to which love can draw a man, and ends in a vory satisfactory way. The comedy, as usual, is .one that makes you laugh. A regular Ess-ansiy Wc-dtern picture, entitled "A Success- ful Failure." The usual prices staml: Adults 15 cents, children 10 cents. THE -DAUGHTER HILLS" AT THE SHERMAN For .Monday and Tuesday, the of- 'ijjeh I fering at this popular playhouse-will Maj estic Theatre, To-night Seats now on sale at Medley's Drug Store. Boxes Gallery 50c. particularly heroic, and this made its interpretation in its liopu- i lar effect, iiossib'iy the nio.rp. difficult, land conseouentiy enhanced thn suc- Iccss which went with it. Chaste ami j subdiied. her acting wns realistic nnd j human in Iho extreme. The play ia its circumstance 'was intense, but the needed relief was abundantly supplied by that (clever actress. Miss Hilda Keenan, who de- lineated to perfection the character of Agnes Lynch. Her naivete remov- j ed any of the associations of vulgar- lily which naturally yoes with such a itch would be the heir-designate tu the throne. Tlie question of the succession to tlie lUissian tlicouc is one of some urgency owing to the ill-health of the. Czave- vi It'll, and several pevsutis hare been to stand aside owing to their luiusal to renounce marriages. bn made or marred in the playing, but ,Miss Keenan, in the way she handled jit. made it. one of the successes of the evening. The power and ferns of the play lay j as much with Miss Marsaret as with the individual members of the cast. More, one nnd all were true j exponents of their several roles. Ilow-j ard Gould, as Richard Glides, was the emporium proprietor us ho is popu- larly regarded. Joseph Slaylor, as In-j spector Itnrke, was the model official j associated with tho Xcw York police. I Joe Garson, played by Frank R Camp be another of the, Famous Player series, .probably the: best yet'present- ed. With a trainiuil simplicity, tiie story tells of; shepherdess, all tenderness and sympathy, who n brutal gladiator, wrought a reversion in his primitive heart and i spiritually conquered savage im-j pulse. The story will guide the hnag- j ination back to the old hills of Beth- j lehem. Tiie settings are most bril- j and the story is full of grand-1 em- of scenery anil sentiment. Tiie j intensity of the piny will strongly ap- peal to everyone, and the manage- ment of tlie Sherman are to be "'com- the standard of amusement in the City. Paris. May Ki.-The Ori Ite Paris says that tlif high aristocracy of St. Pctcrshurg lias hem considrrably stirred hy tlie news Unit- ihr Grand was the ideal crook, with that necul- i iias oficrcd to renounce far streali of honor identified with his i of succpssion in or dpi' to class. Much can be said or Neil Mar-; 'mnrry a younj; and beautiful Ampii- an, Houevt Elliott and otliers, but it- whosi- acquaintance he ramie wliilc skating in tlir. capital. Tilt; suddenness with which the is not necessary to indlvidunlixe. V.'Si'ii lis satire on law and .iustio.e, "Within the Law" is a play j Grand has acted has compelled which is of considerable attraction! UK- adopt some decisivejniia- and entertainment. it may be sure in respect to his cousin. There yarded as one of the finest produc-1 wns lately soim: (juestion oi a inar- tions which from time to time have j riaee. hat'vern tin- latter and one of been placed on the stage of the Ma-j till' Oxar's jRStic. There are scenes and inei- contract do.nla which hold .the audience and which' are saved .from bfcing merely ttiril'iiiiK fho masterly manner in which they nrn.portrayed, THREE.REEL' THRILLING DRAMA Of all the pictures which it has been thfi pleasure of the theatre-go- IHB people, of'thliscily to vlew.'-iibout the most remarkably fascinating is and the new if marriage will probably be punishi'd with -'r The Grand Duko, is 22 years of is a son of Grand Duke Paul, who, after the death of his first wife, married a divorcee and was banished on''Unit- account. His education was .entrusted to the Duchess KlizahMh, widow of the Qraml Duke Hprgoj. A few months it" wns slniwl thai-the Grand Duke Hiinftri Pnvlov- DROWNED WHILE CANOEING lluntsvillp. aiay Fred Gunn and "Doc" Harbor of this place were drowned yesterday afternoon while canoeing. DRN V Jl W rTT1 LJ 1C I RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The OP.RINB. trftatmcnt for the Drink Habit oan be used with Hbso- lute confidence. It destroys all desiro for whiskey, beer or other alcoholic stimulants. Thousands have success- fully need it nnd have been restored lives of sobrifiiy and usefulness. Can be given secretly. Costs only oer box. If you fail to get from ORR1NE after a trial, your money will be. refunded. Ask for free booklet, teilinp aii about OKRINE Red Cross Drug and Book Store, Ltd., Acadia block. FRECKLES Now ia the Time to Get Rid of ThMa Uqly' Spots There's no longer tlio slightest need "of feeling nelmined or your freckles, as the prescription guaranteed to remove 'the.-.e homely spots. Simply st'l an oiuice of double strength--from any druggist and apply n little of it night and niorn- ing and you slicilld soon see thiit even the worst freckles -have begun to (Us- 'appear, while Hie lisliter ones have vanlslieil entirely. H is seldom Hint more tliiui "in ounce la needed pletely clear the skin and gain a bean-, tillll clear complexion. Bo sure, to auk for the, double strenptti othino as tills is sold midor of money back If it fails to remove freckles. J. U. lliEinbolham Co.. Limited. AilvU ;