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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914 THE LETHBRIDdE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LOCAL WHEAT PRICES No. 1 Nor. . ,...73 No. 1 Red . ....73 No. 2 Nov. . ....71. No. a Kpd .. ....71 No. 3 Nor. . ....fi8 No. 3 Red . ....US No. ? Nor. . ....61 No. -1 Red . ....61 No. ') Nor. . No. 5 Ucd . ....56 No. ] Kcit .. 6!) No. Ko. No. 2 ;! i Red .. 67 61 5� Ucd .. Red . THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winniiieg. Miin.. April 2.-Winnipeg whrittt oiiRiied U lowt-r; oats np, and t'l.ix Vi up. At noon wlieiit li.'id gnlnofl 'ji, ont.s liad dropped li, ami flH.x was % iiti. Tho Uverpool market was utoady and nowK from the soulh wan Kood, ultliougli tlio liuglioiir of insectivorous (Jdtfirioratioi) bcKiii.s lo loom up witli ;i report of xroen lingB in Kansas. Al 32.oO Mav wlical Ktooil at 01. and tho v.oak iindp.rtonf so apparent In early liotirB was not so niarlted and trade Vias mora lively. RecelptB Avero Kiri cars inspected �n.l ;!()0 cars in Hiitlit. .\nu!ricaii receipts - .Mlnneapolifi, carK; Dulntli, ;iil ears, and CMlcaso, r, 1 ears. (lables closed-Liverpool, uneliang-ed to In lower; Paris tnielianged: i;erliii, ',( lower; Biidape.st. I'^i np, tind Anlweri) unelianged. The o'HMilng-anil olOhlnp prlcoR on tlio local exchange today were; Wiieat- Open %)ny .. .......... 'M)':'^ 3u\y............ ill:',;: October........ Oats-May ......... :iiily......... Flax- .May......... .Inly......... October . . . . . . . . Closinq Cash Prices Wheat- Ko, 1 .N'orlhern........ No, .Northern......... No. N'ortliern......... No, t................. Ko. r,................. No. 6 ................. Kcod................- No. I Winter........... Ko. 2 Winter........... Ko. 3 Winter............ Oati- Ko. i; c. w............ No. c. \v............ K\. -Vo, 1 Feerl........... Ko, i I-'oed.............. No, - Feed.............. Barley- No. " .... , ............ � ! Ttl on No. May .Iniy � 12 rs and overcoming any trouble with tho Inberal majority in the nppei' honso. In moving tne second reading ol' the goverunieiit Mil consolidaliiis the railway act whicli has been introduced first in the senate, Senator LougUeed proposed that Instead of following (he usual prac fico of referring it lo (lio cotnmlttee In the senate, It be referred to a Joint rommlttee of both the commons and the soimte. TJto govorniueut leader's ^rguiiiout was that this would oxiie-illto legislation and avoid unueces Bury repetition of evidence and argti-ments on behalf of tho railway com-Danies, railway emirioyoes, boards ol trade and other bodies Interested. The fltscusslon still is proceeding. Tho lirsV use ot asbestos was in the nianufacturi^ nf crematory ro'oes . for the ancieut Rumaus, EASTER NOVELTIES And all Fashionable Ready-to-^Wear On Sale Friday and Saturday The Greatest Values of the Season-Fancy Neckwear. Gloves, Hosiery, and Corsets; Suits Coats, Dresses and Skirts f ) Spring Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices I'^iiicly Tailored Suits in a splou-(lid i'{tii,g-(^ of ,sfylr,- best regular $23.00 ^17 on sale for the week-end at  ^v C'C Corsets the Best C-C A la Grace Coi-sets at 90c and all along up (o $'1.00 arc the best corset values obtainable. Newest models, .perfect fitting with everlasting wearing qualities make C-C the ladies' favorite. New Frilling and Neckwear for Easter Trade Fur Trimmed Lace Frillings, Chiffon Frillings. Silk Voile Frillings and 25c Double Rouchings al per yard $1.00 down to .............................. Lace Collars, cream or white, $1.00 down to each Fancy Lace Fischues, new designs, $1.50 down lo Easter Hosiery IN EVERY WANTED KIND The "Hole-proof line, of course, is our leader. This fully guaranteed hosiery sells at $2.00 or $3.00 per box and are guaranteed against holes for six months, .fust think, no more darning if von wear "Hole-proof." .....................26c ....................35c Boys Take Notice ONLY SIX MORE WATCHES TO BE GIVEN AWAY Saturday next we give Iree a perfect time keeping watch with the first six Boys' Suits sold. The suits are all our regular lines at $8.00, $7.00, $6.00 & $5.50 Do your Easter Buying- at Simpson's where Stocks are fresh and ^^rices always right The Simpson Co., Limited Fourth Avenue South Lethbridge IT IS TO LAUGH! in Fresh and Imki TONIGHT ^ LOVE and DYNAMITE m � K. r SURE It's a Keystone For the Delanys Limited Phonesi^jj EXPRESSMAN PREVENTS HOLD-UP Children Take Notice The Count of Monte Cristo 1h' at (lie IJijoii iic.xi Momlay aiul Tiu^s-(lay. TIhm'c will be a cdni iumuis iiial;ine result sliows th.tt the reall;�ed surplus is ?l};j.")Oi(j()0, without touching tho naval five million dollars at all. The tiaturii'l growth of th*- tax revenue has produced $41,250,000, and gives a total of .1815,000,000. Tho income tax Increased by $0,250,000, and the customs and excise duties by $6,005,000, I nhUe the Chancellor's estimate ot in-some has been exceeded by $17,500,- j 000 His estimate of tho expeudiluro I WHS only *H,260,000 below the actual ' e.xpeiuliture. The total revenue for tho year 'tt'as $!)i)l,2t.4,'i85, an increase of $4T,l!00 jver the iirevious year. The total e.x-pondlluro was �S02,'lf)�,8-�5, au increase of ->u,.'J5u,000. Tho fiscal return suggests that the Chancellor may possibly depend upon tlie natural growth of the tax rev-s-nue to enable him to face the coming- budget of $1,025,000,000 without .uvyiug now ttt.xatluu. PRIVATE BANK CLOSES Madoc, Out,, April 2.-Hundreds of residents of the towu and the country for many miles around are today anxious concerning their deposits in the lU'ivate bank of J. C. Dale Sl Co., which ^'losed it.s doors yesterday. The reason advanced for the suspension 18 the illness of Mr. Dale, sr., who tor the past month has been iu a Buntarium at Gravenhurst, suffer-in;-'., it is understood, from nervous trouble. He is about 05 years of age and t>!o bank lias been in oi>eralion liere for about twent.v-five years. Mr. Dale left town on Saturday night, prc-siiraalily to visit his father. The bank has paid 4 per cent. Interest, and has enjoyed the coufldenceof. depositors Jiom a wide icrrltorj-. A picture whicli makes a strong appeal to the human lu-\Trt is "The .Ancient Order of Goodfcllows." Jje-taileil to accompany several clubmen, kiioni! as tlie "tloodfellow?," on IliC'ir Christmas roiiuda, l-'alrolman .Terry Muuvoe is imiirefised witli the results of the happiness brought into the I lives of the poor and wretclied tcne-iment clilldren, and resolves to br a : "Goodfii'ilow," 11(1 becomes interested in little Alice, who lives with licr father, and is tlireatoned witli dismissal, but given until Christmas to retrieve himself by some valorable I deed. , On Christmas eve .lerry. dis-jcoura.ced, goes to his chief who gives jliiiii a pictiiriv and. description of n I coimterfeiier, .lerry, wliile doliverlng a gift to Alice, discovers her fatlipr jlo he the counterfeiter. 'I'liere is a ! desperate alruggh! in which a lamp j overturns. Tlie tenement catches live I-.Terry rescues .Mice and returns for his prisouer. whoso foot sKiis on the fire escape, and he droM.s tu liia dcr.ti!. Jorry is not only re-iiistiited. but u'lSO promoted. "A FiBht lo the Finish" is a wostcru siory, worthy of ftivor- able comment and the comedy sketches, "The Widow's Wiles," and "Ras-tiis Among the Lulus," keop the house continnaliy in an uproar of merriment. ; With the addition of the talented young soprano. Miss Gene Lewis, who deliglits her audience, and ovolies nnicii apiilause, always having lo respond with an encore, it can be safely said this is one ot the best bills that has yet come to the fCnipress. Heiiroduction of the same bill tonight for the last time. I .-: 1: WATCH FOR "THE COUNT I OF MONTE CRISTO" j AT THE BIJOU I following is a synopsis ot the first two of tiie five reels of this great human interest drama to be shown on April !' and 7, The other reels will be synopsized in the next three issues: Reel No, L-Kdmond Dantcs, a young Kfillor in the service of the I'hnrnoli, prior to a long voyage takes leave of his invalid father nncT his sweetheart Mercedes. Tne tender farowell with Mercedes arouses the jealous hatred of Fernand, a Catalan fiBliermnu. secretly in love with Mercedes. Dauies gives .Mevcmles a (brooch, which later agiiiu fisures in the story. In mid-sea the captain of the Pliaraoii suddenly dies, and eu-trusts Uantes with a nrivate letter from Oneral IMurut to the exiled emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte, at KUba. I Uanglara overhears the captain's dy-' ing request, and keeps the knowledge in the event of future need. When tho vessel touches Elba, Dantes delivers the letter to the deposed emperor, and promises to deliver .Vajioi-; con's reply to Noirtier, of the liona-; parte cominiti.eo. Iu Dante's arisence Kernard urges his hope'less suit lo Mercedes. On the return of the Piiaraoli, .Morell, its owner, makes Dante captain of the vessel, a post which Oanglars had hoped lo oeeure. I Reel No. 2.-Fernand and Danglars ' write on anonymous letter to Vllle-; fort. King's Attorney, accusing I>antcs I of delivering contraband communica- II ions between Napoleon and his lieutenants. The nnirriago o," Dantes I ;ind .Mercedes is consummated sim- j ultaneously with the discovery ot the guilty communication. To save his hiUfVbrother, Noirtier, of the Honn-liarte Committee, to whom the letter from the exi'led Emperor is addressed, . AMUefort causes Dantes to be appre- hiended at his wedding feast and Imprisoned in tli9 Chateau D'lf. Deprived of Ills son'.s support, Dantes' father dies ot starvntion. Mercedes, ' believing DantBs dead, and for the sake of her fatherless child, .'Vlbert, -promises to marry Fornand on hig return from tho war. Meanwhile, with^ a loiio. but supreme, hoie, Dantes . works to cut a ttinuel tliroufih Va,* ;stone wall to liberli',. . . 20 5206 ;