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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CAGE THREE First and Best in Everything PRICES: Children lOc Adults: 25c AND TOMORROW ONLY 10 nnd there was littlo This is statement of G. Hcd- loy Shaw, manager of the company, who in company with Mr. J. S. Ttar- kor, suneriutendent of construction, and Messrs. John J. Hunt nnd Robert Ogiivio was unonanstja JIL i.ui Cooper, directors of the company, ar- ettB at 30 and Spanish Riytv at 10. rived in Modlclne Hat last evening. in Americau cantoa on anuiruuy, HWU jwm firmness or American nnd Australian in volurne and there little fall, ortors causea shorts'.to cover and the I" Prices Irou. close. Canadian Pacific after opening at at yesterday's closing price Ogllvio was unchanged at 1.17; Tuck Brazilian was fractionally stronger at 77VS. Mr. Shaw .was unwilling .to state re- garding the size of the tho cost, but said that Mr. Barker would Tbc (car o1 hell's tlie lianRinan's whip meet the contractor on Monday, To baud the wretch .in onlor Hut where you tcct your honor grip Mint, avc'bu your border. the centred would ho let. He stated that work would begin within tue next ten days. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY The Sherman management have se- cured for two nights only two of the finest vaudeville acts before the pub- lic today. Tlie Musical Bentleys are credited" with being the world's great- est xylophone soloists, and possess the largest instrument of its kind in the world. Their rendition of stand- ard overtures and popular airs are de- lightful, and are bound to be appre- ciated by all lovers of high-class music. The Four Melody Kings are artistes in creating harmony, and in their various numbers furnish a fund of humor that is contagious and adds piquancy to a performance that will call for hearty applause. These add- ed attractions are in addition to the Famous Players series of pictures run e'very Monday and Tuesday at this popular house, and the whole en- tertainment carries with it the per- sonal guarantee of the management as to its excellence. SEE "TAINTED MONEY" AT THE EMPRESS "Tainted a strong novel, written by Arthur M. Pigott, the well- known author, is being produced in two reels by the Vitagranh people today and tomorrow at the Empress Theatre, as feature. Greed makes tne employer blind to the needs and just demands of Ills employees and brands him a brute. Then through his daughter and her fiancee he awakens to a realization of Ills avar- TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE Duffield and Ingalls WORTH SEEING HEARING Our Mutual Girl 5TH SERIES' SEE THE Keystone Comedy EXTRA "Wolves of the Underworld'' A 2 REEL DRAMATIC FEA. TURE TEEMING WITH EX- OITEMENT Steal a March On Father Time Don't Let Gray Hair Make You Look Prematurely Old Nothing wil Iso quickly and surely rob -A woman of her charms as gray and faded hair, mid nothing is so easily preventable. A few applications of Hay's Hair Health will restore gray hair to its natural color and luxuriance. It la not a dye. It is a tonic that stimulates and invigorates the scalp and hair roots to tlio proper performance of tlielr func- tions therehy bringing back the orig- inal color of the hslr. It cures dan- druff. Your money will bo refunded if It falls to do tills. JI.OO, 50c, 26o. Got It at our store. Sold and recommended by J. D. Hig- Inbotham ft Co., Ltd., druggists, Leth- liridire. Alto. ice and makes amends and finally re- gains the goodwill of the people and his employees. The leading roles in this piny are taken by real favorites, such as Taylor, the beautiful Myrtle Gonzales, George Holt and Layola Connor. j Another undoubtedly interesting drama will be seen in a Soils film, 'entitled "The Supreme tile roorback of revenge. The usual laughable comedy film produced by Lubiii will be shown in "Just 'Little Cissy's Little Way." Al- ways the same prices: Children, 10 cents; adults 15 cents. the story one marvels at the gor- geousness of the various settings and is compelled to admire the standard of excellence to which the photo-play art has risen. For the last three days of the week a special added attraction is the en- gagement of St. G. and R., the world's rapid sculptors and comedy clay modellers, and Miss Merle Ty- the charming lady comedienne, whose rendition of popular songs nev- er fails to attract attention. FAMOUS PLAYERS' AT THE SHERMAN I Tonight and Tuesday the offering I at tills popular playhouse is "A Daughter of the an intensely j interesting and all-absorbing story of 1 ancient Rome. The production was directed by that masterful stage (11- rector, Daniel Frohinan, and the re- 1 suit has been one of tho best sub- I jects ever portrayed in motion pic- tures. The play attempts to prove that even at the time of the Roman dynasty, when savagery Svas I strength and cruelty glory, the love of a man and a maid was a greater force than ali tlio. primitive barbar- ities of tlio period. Laura Sawyer as Flora, the gentle shepherdess, Is charming. Throughout the action of CANOES AND BOATS AT FACTORY PRICES I have'the Exclusive Agency Eor the OLD TOWN CANOE COMPANY. If you contemplate getting a Canoe for the summer, call and get my prices. Canons from up, f.b.b, factory. WILL HAYTER 611 15th Strict South Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. EMPRESI lOc-15c The Big "Tainted Money" THE SUPREME MOMENT Comedy "Just Little Cissy'sLittleWay" i Not Concerned The parson way home evening to his horrified surprise found one of his fiocfc sitting against a sloiia wall. His face radiating o'er-muci cheer, and a frayed cigar clutched In fingers. ".Dear me, John, said tho parson. "Whatever do. you suppose wll! happen to foil If you go oa like "Notlila', It (Me) don't tell :t ;