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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 3, 19U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB SHERMAN THEATRE Friday and Saturday FIVE REELS 5000 FEET "The Three Gamblers" S Reel Western Drama, featuring G. M. Anderson QUANTKKLL'S SOX- Vltagraph Drama A SCANDINAVIAN SCANDAL pathe Comedy A MATTER OF DRESS Comedy Drama All Feature Empress LAST TIME TONIGHT PON'T MISS HER Mile. Leone SERPENTINE AND NOVELTY DANCER THE GREAT DETECTIVE PICTURE "The Hand Print Mystery" THRILLING, EXCITING (TWO .REELS) OTHEE FEATURES .NEXT EXHIBITION PROGRAM THE BIJOU Cool Comfortable Cosy TO-NIGHT r Stroke of David Belatco'i Genius "A Good Little Devil" Ono of the Most Wonderful Productions Ever Achieved. The Matter Stroke of David Belasco's Producing Genius FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Liverpool cables today tell of higher opening'on news of strength in Amer- ica and also Winnipeg, Values were to Covering in. July caused an advance of ?i Shipments: 360.000 bushels against bushels'last -week. Visible Supply. This week bushels Last week bushels Last year bushels Winnipeg Prices. yesterday Today No. 1 Northern... 80% October....... -December.. SOjfe No. 2 C. W. 39 Vs July option......... 30% October., 3n% Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. 139 ..July option.. October........ 1W% Minneapolis Wheat Open September December........ S2% Chicago Wheat July 7tm September -V9% December 82 VI Sljfi 3? 14 39% 35% 148VJ Close SI Moon close furnished by Stock Exchange over private leased Nire Open Close Acme Alia. Pet _. Black diamond It. D. No. 3 British Can Christy ____ Dome Federal Fidelity Hctton-Eldcr Jloosc Mountain Okotoks .33 fi.OO 1.60 .11 88 56 1'i .65 J.13L .23 .16 .22 4.00 .1.60 .11 -08 .56 .67 1.13J .22 PPP....... Prudential S.S. ,_... Trenton >._........ Sunbeam j United Oils.......... Western 1'ae......-. .37 1.10 M -.21 .161 15.00- i .38 2.00 .34 20) .15 15.50 -.37 WILL HOLD TAG DAYS DURING FAIR FOR H1LLCREST SUFFERERS IF iho attendants at the fair next week have any spare nickels or dimes, it is very likely that they will be asked to purchase tags supplied by the Lethbridgc Trades and Labor Council, for during the three days of the fair members of this enterprising organization will collect 51000 to go the relief of the HillcresCsur- vivors. Every day will ho tag day, and the. cause, is certainly, a worthy one. The Trades and Labor Council dias arisen to the occasion in splendid style, and their. elTorts on behalf of ,the stricken fellow workers "arc bound to meet with success. The. relief work is progressing tine shape. The sufferers are still feel- ing the benefits of the large supply of provisions sent, by the "City of Lethbridgc, and the committee rounding things into shape so that the numerous funds may be taken care of to the best advantage. MAN KILLED ON TACOMA TRACK Taooma, Wash., July first fatal accident on. the Tacoma speed- way in the three years of its existence occurred this afternoon, when a spec- tator, who attempted to cross the :rack was hit by car driven by S. P. Brock, and instantly killed. WETASKIWIN MAN DROWNS Wetaslmviu, Alta., July .liopes wns drowned in Pipestone Creek, six miles west of here, while yesterday. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE 61.3 511 fill 612 E39 G3S E64 565 667 Hal-Koolenny................ 'Koo'tonay-Modicino Hat .Medlcino Hat-Calgnry (via Aldorsyde) Cslsavy-Medlcino Hut (via AMorsyde) (via Macleod) (via Macleod) Falls Great Falla-r.eUlbriilgo............... Lolllbrldge-Oardston Cardaloh-LbUibridgo Arrive 4.2G 24.10 H.Oii 35.4'J 17.20 Depart 4.35 24.30 Ki.25 13.50 17.30 8.10 17.41 Indian Cadets Proud of Colors Given by Duke Macleod, Alia., July Carrying Urn colors presented to them by the.Dukfi of Connaught, and led by Ijleutenant Mountain Horse, the Indian, cadets from the Blood Reserve, inarched through the Macleod streets yesterday to entrain- for the cadet camp at Calgary. The lads, thirty-two in number, who looked exceptionally smart in their uniforms, walked with a regular mili- tary step, and were evidently highly delightefi at the prospect of attending f; camp. Kev. .Mr. Middleton, of the Mlsaloi accompanied them, and in additfo Sergt. Major CarroM, -3rd Albert Rangers, made the trip, to act as Ii structor during the time they are un- der canvas. Macleod Masons Honor Robert Patterson, P.G.M. Macleod, Alta., Julj- The Macleod Masons, Alberta Lodge, N'o. 3, were honored on.Wednesday ev- ening by a visit from the Grand Mas- ter of Alberta, Judge .lackson of Leth- brldge. A most interesting ceremony was performed' during the evening, when Past Grand Master Robert Pat- terson, M.P.P., was presented with the Grand -Lodge collar and apron, the presentation -being made by the Grand Master. At the conclusion of the business of the lodge a banquet was held in the King George restaurant, at which some thirty guests were present. AN AMERICAN, IS DEAD Tokio, Japan, July Wli lard Denison, legal adviser of the Ja pan department of Foreign Affairs since 1S80, died In St. Luke's Ameri- can hospital today. Mr. Denison was stricken, with paralysis a week ago. The announcement of Mr. Denisofi's death was 'withheld for several hours, in accordance with the Japanese cus- tom, to Emperor fo confei the decoratlou of the Grand Cordon of the Order of Paulownia on the dead man. An eulogistic statement, in re- gard to the services of Mr. Denison was later issued by the Japanese For- eign office. In it he was hailed as one of the greatest benefactors .of Japan. Henry Willard Denison was bora at Guildhall. Vt, on May 11, 1846, and studied law at the Columbian (now the George Washington) university. His first connection with Japan "was as American vice-consul at Yokohama. Later he was appointed by the Japan- ese government as legal adviser- to the ministry-of Foreign Affairs, and his advice was asked by the Japanese government in connection with every phase of its diplomatic relations with foreign countries. EMPRESS DISASTER AT STARLAND TONIGHT The Empress oC Ireland disaster, in, moving pictures, has been received by Starland Theatre, and will be offered as an added attraction to an ure programme at this popular theatre tonight. Although this is one of the most timely and costly films in the moving picture world, the policy of Starland 'will not be altered, and to- night the usual price of admission will prevail. Tomorrow afternoon there will be a special afternoon perform- ance i'or the children, who will be able to see this extraordinary pro- gramme for five cents. {Dully. 038. and to and from Muclcod only cm Sunday, AT THE EMPRESS The reputation of the Empress Is nl'ways at stake, so the programme df- fcred is always the-very best that can he obtained. When there is a good reputation to uphold, the best is none too good. For the week end. one ot the Empress'.best feature bills Is of- 'orcil. In addition to five reels of mo- tion pictures, :i vaudeville act thai could qualify as a on any circuit is presented.. Mile. .Leone, in ler attractive serpentine and novelty lances, is without a peer, or an equal, ind she we'll deserved the plaudits of ;hc enthusiastic audiences that have, greeted her at each perfomancc. The feature film today is the Kalem mystery story, "The Hand Print Mya- something that interests and, :hrills everyone. There is also a western drania, "What Came to Bar Qf" and a comedy, "Some Steamer 'a thrilling newspaper icoon. Coming on Monday IK the eighth series of Kathlyn, and latftr "Lost In. the greatest triumph in pjcturcdom. Special fair .week pro- commences MomUy mid lasts all Week, WHY should I WRIGLJEYSs DC SUlG lO BECAUSE it is beneficial, preserves the teeth, purifies and sweetens mouth and breath, soothes the throat, quickens appetite, aids digestion. particle that goes into it is clean and to rigid examination to insure quality. is the BEST that men, machines and money can produce in the most up-to-date, sanitary chewing gum factories in the world. spent several hundred thousand dollars for new machines to encase each 5c package in an air-tight, impurity-proof seal that guarantees its reaching you always absolutely clean and fresh. is the BIGGEST nickel's worth of beneficial enjoyment you can find! Every Package Tightly Sealed THE PERFECT GUM Chew It After Every Meal Therefore: Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S MADE IN CANADA, Wm. Co., Ltd., 7 Scott Street. TORONTO BISHOP STONED ------_ v> Plymouth, England, July The Bishop ot Exeter 'was ston- ed uear Plymouth by people who resented his enforced re- moval of their curate, Rev. T. Marchant. CHOOSING COX'S SUCCESSOR Toronto, Ont., July no appointment will be made1 until after the funeral of the late E, W. Cos, it is believed .that .the .next president of the Canadian Life Assurance Co. will be either H. Cox, the sole surviving son of the Senator; J. H. Plummer, president of the Dominion Steel Cor- poration, or EL R. Wood, president of the Dominion Securities Co. Notice has .been given -by the To- ronto Railway that application 'will be made to the High Court of Justice for an order appointing C. E, R. Wood as trustete of the bond-holders of the company in succession, to Mr. Cos. TONIGHT TONIGHT Genuine Moving Pictures Of 1THE EMPRESS OF IRELAND DISASTER Children Saturday Afternoon Goodman's Great Bargain Sale Here is your opportunity to secure good Men's Furnishings at big reductions in price. We are putting on a Seven-Day Sale and during this time prices will he less than cost. Read carefully. value: Suits for Men Splendid quality single breasted Worsted Suits. Going at Serviceable Tweed Suits popularly priced. A dark grey Tweed single breasted suit for hard, everyday wear, and a suit Ihat looks well and will give you genuine satis- faction. Regular value For quick sale Rich brown Worsted Suits, nil wool; some in navy serge, made up in single breasted from a tine quality of all pure wool; Value up to Sale price Best quality single breasted Navy Blue Suit. This ma- terial is ii very nice piece, of all pure wool serge in navy blue, guaranteed to keep its color. Regular price At this sale MEN'S BLACK OR BLUE BIB OVERALLS This splendid Overall is made from (he very slrpn.g- est quality. They arc cut good and roomy and sell in regular way at At Ihis sale.............wvv Boots Medium weight Working Boot for light 25 Work or on farm. value for............ Men's heavy Chronic Black Bool, solid Icatli- 49 75 er soles and heels. Value up to for. Men'.' Dongola Kid. Regular Men's Tan -Skin Boots, They are made on the ncwesl American last, heavy Goodyear welted soles and medium high heels. They are very neat and dressy, and will give splendid satisfaction. Same style boot Eft in black gunmclal, value up to Price I's light weight Oxfords, made from line C1 50 Kid. Regular Sale Underwear Men's Underwear, medium weight, color black 35C or tan. Per garment.............................. Caps Strong Working Shirts value, your choice of any of this line. ORn 50 ce.it LEATHER BELTS for, each..... MEN'S 75c value for 35c ALL WOOL SOCKS for PAINTERS' While drill, sale price pr. Men's Hats In Fell or Straw, value up to All one. price......................... 50 cent NECKWEAR for............. Remember the Address M. Goodman, 3rd Ave. S. Next Royal Bank ;