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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 19U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HEUALD PAGH THREE MARKETS LOCXL WHEAT PBItES Kcv. 1 Norlhurn. .To So. Nortberc. No. 3 Northern..TO No, I No. 5 Xoithern. No. 1 Ko. a Red No. 3 Red So. I Rtt..' Xo. Red.. To No. 4 ncd..b.i! N'o. 5 Red..58 67 61; SATURDAYS ORAIN MARKETS j Winnipeg, prior to Ifcf clost wheat hai dropped back 1 j Irom opcilnj price acd lints v.rre (ractioraUy weaker, hut Ihe market has siioug support, and though there were socie lealiiins sjles, as usual it the wetV-er.d, May ubfit appeared fiim, bin July had Receipts are piciinj up And for today were. cars loipectcrf and S50 in sijhi. American receipts: Minneapolis 349. lluluth cars, and Chicago 83 cats. There is a fair casb demand, but little offering, ar.d for Ibc mo- laent export bids are out of line, -iiorr.e stuff cast oi tbo lakes is, being worked right along. Liverpool marUl closed i up Par- is up to 1 loner, Berlin i lower. FludaneMh ar.d Antwerp 1 up. OP" Close Ma. '54i ail ri5i (Jet! 37 J Flai- 1.131 1.42j CASH t'HICER No. I N'or................... No.' 3 Xor................... No. A Vol................... Xo. 4 No. S No. 6........................... Feed Xo. 1 Xo. 3........................... No. 3 Oats- No. 3 C. W................. No. 3 C. w................. Ertra Xo. 1 Feed........ 3 No. 1'N. W. C........... So. 3 C. MINNEAPOLIS .lair Sept Mar' July.; -CHICAGO 53} 93fr 00 at; .83j St} 77 71i! 57: 35" 31" 3i; 13 13 1.35 1.32 32 33 31 SS STUDEBAKER .WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Fcb- at- the Union StccVyards since tie MgrBaing of were. 158 cattle and -Hog prices, which ncre. expected to Ve this week arc being luimttinti. There is a good demand h.bth- fioin local packers and from Montreal. ind unless shipments should V. hsMy enoujh to' glut thc inarVcl l.o thalges are noiv anticipated. ;Cattlt trade is quiet a go demand lor. prime heel. 'Ruling quotations arc as follows butcher steers 16 J7.33 fair'lo good butcher, steers 56.2S to S6.7b choice butcher heiiers to ;-tair to gooi hukhor S.iifers SS.50 to 56; good butcher cOR's1 (5.50 'to. fair cons' and 54.75 to 55.25 common cows 52.75 to 53.55 best bulls 55 to 55.50; common bulls'51.25 to 54.50; licit 55.75 to' 56 best stackers 55'to 55.50 be_sl makers and spring- rcs, 555 to 550 common lo rnediuni riitlVers and springers 540 to 550. .Calves Choice caivcs 56 to !7; good caivcs 55.50 tn 56. spring lambs 57 to 17.50; choice, killing sheep 55 lo 5S.50. Hogs-Choice hogs SS.35 to SS.50 loughs and bearie-s 56 to 46.35 stags J4.00. CALCARY LIVESTOCK MARKET P. Bum's Co.. imitcd, semi folloning market letter: We quote you the follo'inx prices delivered and .tveijttd oft the cars Calgary, for next nreet's shipments Hogs-Choice quality 130.250, SS; tough and btav.ies, graded light, thin pits export steers MOO .and up, lo 7.1 cents choice fat huicher slee'rs. 1.- 200 Ids. and up Stc. (o 7c.; good fa I butcher steers, MJOO'lls. and up, 6j c. to CJc.; choice cjport spevcH heif- eis, 6Jc. to choice fat cows and lieifers, )000 Ids. and.up 5jc. to 61c.; ftood fit butcher and heifers, Its. and up 5} lo loot, f.it nulls -ijv. 10 lai Siacs Uc. to 5Jc. calves Sc.; cnoicc spring talves, 7c.; choice spring- i-alm 500, 6c. HEART OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY QUALITY RELIABILITY I'vr liii vi'nvi itic iiaiiK! Snuloliakor lias stood Tor i lie higlicsl fjiiiility ;ind il roliiibilii luis (his im-anl ;iny ;iro rk- lii iig 'Hit' 1.1 1' ilio "TCiiU'si f iici-niis in ilio world tudny. it iiii'.-ui- to VIUL: in anirlo I In- uinm- Si uilclmkcr you assured til the vor.v lii'si in wfi is tin- rmiudntioii n'liii'ii and servk-c. Studebaker Price This is a six cylinder. car. electric Hphted and started 40 horse detawable. demountable nmi, extrj rim and tire holders, eit-tnc horn, magnetic speedometer, am- mtter on dash, full floating rear axte, Tlmken bearings throughout the entire car, clear and rain vision ventilating windshield, crowned fend- ers and curtains. There is ny iror: csmpTele or betttr finished automobile on the market. And the price i? lower than the price of any other in the world. Studebaker "Four" Price This is an exact duplicate of the with the same" equipment, but a little smaller throughout. With one exception, the rear springs are fufl elliptic and hung-under the. rear "Six" Landau This a very beautifully finished tvvo-aaatenger car. instantly convertible from an open roaddar to a closed car. the equipment be- ing the same the "Six" touring CAT. SERVICE DEPARTMENT Our Repair ria anrt we kc rlniC'Tit 's FRCond lo none in ihc-E'rovincp of ft'fii" of Sturtebakcr repair always In To-day EMPRESS To-day AUOEViLLE AT THE i EMPRESS NEXT WEEK j In hose clever socie-i> farry C. Willis am Hjte; nell. be management thay have done good (hinj for [.if. aic'jsemtst o: !'juenlers el ih? >tr. Jarry C. ihe v.T.tril-I Ij -A bosi hltnroK. vviiilst I lifs Dell, ".the bar.riy ftiil in tile iK-e tlothe.s, i; a '.hirrniiii; tiaffr, I nd Hie two give li-utcrlalgtne-m intd cliaracter. stay! ere. n'hicb'is for DM- onb. i lenuns Monda> ceM. these jrlisls j .11! s'Vf a v- Lbrct1 iineB. tliat is. on Moniliy, day I'rEday. u -Monday bi- j.ro-icued "'riir.- i ross Car js :-.i3- J nittcdlto be tlm railroaO drama filmed In rvcrnt JCMIS, i WEEK OF HIGH-CLASS PLAYS AT THE SHERMAN TJ-.u raaiugtoicnl o' iLe tlifirinajl bciUro tents and r-0 reserved in ad- i vanco at tbe box offii'e. CHEAT BRITISH WAR DRAMA IN TWO REELS The Plot of India's Hillmen of the Moit Stirring and spectacular War Pictures Evtr Filmed- IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT HARRY C. WrLLIS, th? Venatile Vcr.ti iloqunt. f.USS HAZEL DELL, the Happy G.-l the ccst-jTi-s. wjll appear at thii for one only with a Rcptrto'rt of Ne.v Scngi. JoXcs. Dances, etc.. not forgtttirq Jerry ard Sarah the MarniXi'-i. These high class entertain eis will preECnt a change cf program every other dur.ng their ana the special dtlen- litm cMhe of to the great variety and bea-jty of Mits Dell's Costu-nes. Coming Monday, Express Car two parts The Greatest Railroad Drar-ia Ever Filmed. 10 CENTS USUAL EMPRESS POPULAR PRICES WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU have very clost (o Tars in our tcrrilci.r. Tn fact ft'Jr business is tJioroughlv csraliHalie'd. Aiirl'p.s we liaudte only SUidebBker CMS, we tan Rive yon the ver.v best service tiiat our long pxperiorirD 13 capalile of giyirip yo-.i. Is tho onft main point IhRt you consider nhcn pur- chafing a car.. Tf-rou buy. an. automobile 'lial is iiOL represenied by x tellable local garage ynsi ran your repairs at a notice, it means a greM.dcil of dispalUfaciinn atul Inss u( time when TOUT on' iropt ncrded. inucli higher pMue'for your repair Our ont aim is TO huflci up 0'ir business hy the same nieUi- that have madfi His Kluiictjakor Corporation wlmi it is today, by giriiig >on tho very IKVL 1'iat (lie market affords, not only in auto- mobikE, ulitf) in TErrs, alxo hy giving- dolTnj-'p ftrvii-n fnr (-very dollat- jo.i arr obllscrt ?ftind. REPAIRING Our Heraitinetit it cum plod- Pi.rJ in (lie of MEN eat rar -.vliilo In as If IL their o-wn. t mnki- a of ropaliini; uij'air.liiic hand NEW CARS T. Warks as Father O'Neil TOM MARKS Presents tnc Beautiful Ppsloral Comedy Drama "The Golden Rule" Teaches a Lesson that Reaches trie Heart Complete Change of Performance Each Njqht Daily Commencing Tuesday p.m.. 10 2bc Night Prices 25c and 50c. All Seats Rri-rverJ Now On S.ilr HIS OWN MEDICINE COULDN'T CURE HIM Calcutta, llritifeh india, Feb. Ur. Frcilerick l-'ox, an Australian leatist. wlio devowrj his iifc to ihe of snake bile.T, d'cd today as the result of a-bHe from a snahc h iio ivas'fiaiiis for o-cperimnntal Dr. Fox fell a victim as attcinptiiig ir> prove tho offi- y c' Jiv, a sure niiriote to the'viTCt> of Ihc Our a "t-V.ur" anil a ''Siis" (-yliiider tour- ins tar, xnrl w yfx t.andiin-floadsltr this wcefc. atirt he here for your approval within Ihe next ilays. Drtij> us H i-Ard for lllcradjrc If InteirMrd. Tires and Accessories have a full sloi-k of Tlics on Siantl. arirl also a full Hne of Accessories of all blurts. LETHBRIDGE AUTO CO. LIVERY IN CONNECTION 311 Hlh St. S.'.Phone 1454. ADAMS GRAHAM, Propl, PRIVY COUNCILLOR ILL Hon. Geo. A. Clare, Privy Council- lor and M. P. for Ro-ith is very ill at his home in Prcstoa. Mr. Clare, wlm is 2 prominent Canadian, horn in Preston in 1S54. He la a inaaufac-tirter, bas been a ir.ember of the House of Connnons since JOOO. and lias always lafceu-a keen 'ntcrcal in the Federal Government. Explorer Mawson Tells Story of- His Antarctic Expedition Adelaide, Ausiralia, Feb. .ihr unbnowo expanse to Ihe Douslas Man-so... the Australian Ant- ol the much-frcqucnterl Ross sea arctic explorer, today relumed ironi the Sout-nhnd. his relurtv to-civiliia- SIAM'SOX'S SUMJIAIU' lovi'ing is a summary oi the martins tho cwnpleiion ot an vork hy my expedition mporfant nno.-naliinE In connection to thc Antarctic, nh'ich arriveil here vith the solution of tie mvsltrirs oi OT ,tc Aurora. he Southern lands and seas. Sum-. tllc SUCCCS5jui liy miog up the ivori ot his o; pacV ice in a Dr. Mawsoa had been carM_ nently succcssiul. 11inns nerc practically unknown, re- Dr. Manson returned or. boaiit ihe jn ihe diwotcrv di lands ilor Captain Davis, his second n-l in coni- Seconil, the fstalilishn-.rat of two Antarctic, wintering statit-ns Monday At The third of the Keystone Feature Series, entitled A Ride for A Bride See this the best of the Keystones Did you see Zuzu the Band Leader This one is even better USUAL ADMISSION jnar.d. The orit.it.al esptiiilitra left ___ llobatt, Tasmania. December 2, 1911, Cc, ny an ,inc 10M miks hut its noitcrn base, in nprmp At charge of FranV WiW, jetntnrd .lasljtiicsc slaliot.s, scientific' programs ifjr, accompanitd by sdtnc r.iemhers brrn" conrluctwl, in one cast for o: the main parly. The remainder rt 0; onc year, ar.ii it. the Ir: main party stayed in winter cxtcndinr over two years, ters awaiting the arrival of Or. Maw-1 ,nMi frc anJ .1 ion. v.-ho had Iclt on 2 personal rrgions nn.nr before sledg- >eilllion, arcompanied by Lieutenant n] a. a tasc Ninnis o! tr.c Roral I'usillcrs au'J Dr. ,310n of SOO Merit, a Swiss scientist.. The tinel jmiir3i rfo rol ston of Ihc lieroic death of p.irtirs or relay ant Ninnis ann later of Pr. MerU. tollo-.vd vras out last tho 33 0; longilutlr, i relief ship reached p_ort. Oj wcrc slrdjcc! The rtetail.5 of this second Anlarc- Koi.rth, Hie- establishment o! rat Ik- Uasedy. howeitr, were cot told. at jiacsjusrii: Islar.d. x Snb-Ar.t- most.known.was l-hat and possession oi thc Australian Ninnis had died. liVc Scott, cm tho IConihi'onnfalth. where livo jears Today Dr. Mavson, in uiaii'jiing ainl invcsiigat- tte blunt, Krilisii bpeech that lhlt, actirg as virj. ha-1 used, told of ccimradn nut, ieH .over, lil-e bcotl, Ij.s lic tt.c and communicat- ing ncathcr conditions daily to thc t'ominonu'calth1? of- [ice for immediate use in Fiftlt, occar.ograpliic inveatisiritions. chiefiy of the nature oi soundings and prosecuted irptn the ship in depths between Australia and (lie Antarctic continental shelf. heroic part. Lieutenant Ninnis, lie. sa'irt, had disappeared into an ur.fa.lh- (ir.iable cre-vasse.. Not tior Mcrl7 had seen him go. He simply dis.ippe.ircd. ami only a moaning dog on a ledjc ISO feel below was left to his searching companions, turn- bacV to lor-k for him. what nad happened. With N'innis went much n[ their supplies, and Ihe two s-irvivors strug- gled supe.rh'.imanly again3t untolrt snrcumbcxl, and Manson Wt.nlond to Kglit pcralcly back to tlic- evpCAlitiorj's "My escape wa% almost tnirflcu- Dr. Mawson said ''1 iv.is in the. last stales of slarvation vtr.cn 1 discovered a food rache left by-a searching part-y. It was thirty For Tired Mother Sanol Kidney Reoiedy Fs made from and perfectly If you are a juftefer from Gall Slonei. Kidney Stones, or Gravel, Sanol will effect potitive cure. If you have backache, kidney, bladder trouble or rheumatism that Is caused by excess of uric dizzinen. puffy swelling! under the eyes, swollen feet and Last Day at BIJOU THEATRE African Hunt Theie films hive delighted Thousand! Monday and Tuesday In the Bishop's Carriage VVJth Mary Plckford Famous Production Matinees 2 lo 5; 5c and 15e. Night IDc and 25 c; Boxci 3Sc 1MINHOUS FIRE AT Acme.. Feb. merchandize i-Mnb'irliK dall ar.d ami l Toronto, Ont., Feb. iaVo A statement in the House, but j 1 have not ye.t decided when thai will said Oustar Kvanturel. M.' for iotiay. rivri i Ihink I should say rl-f ITon. Foy had a sliotC visit Irpm Mr. iripmricr Vi'AS morning. Brown -A ill be ACME Tho panei-il rni of Jlaf tcv i? Hro, o'clock thip llamld-l for the n? the after tlic death ol my last crni- ankFcs. iired nervous feeling, -urine P3Tiloi' reaped the or extra cloudy. -anil travrtlinf u-as freqU8nt and pflmiul !he most patl in "rilt'ig brlck dusl ir r The has licrK niosl suc- ressiul. It lo fomplflc (he knowledge of the salifnl ftf <1ir Australian quadrant of- the AnU'.rctic ifKioJis, and il- operated standing a you are In rfan- HU- Inters wnlttn and l'ie flcr and Sanol Remedy save you. I Frank Hidley Drug Co., m liif T n.s l-.on iiars thai on aivouii of l.n-l. d Free LUerjturt and Advice i familiaritv witlt Ihs Knglisli SANOL MANUFACTURING CO. LTD., -fcr had ron'promirei] himself, WINNIPEG, CANADA ljc ;t'l ro iiilenltai ui ilw-i'fi. orjc'a rc without Root j Dr; Morse's" w- Indian Root PUU ;