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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 6, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE COMPLETELY BROKEN DOWN Srutnt Tonic la Tin T., Aug. 36th. 1913. I eta highly recommend UTH" btctuse they did me >n iwful lot good. About four vein 'azo, I liking -'Fruit-i-tivu0 for ft general break'doffn and they did me world of good. We bought a good dolUri' worth, but they did ill thit your adlertiiing claims for them, I uid I unnot speak too highly for then. Their action is to bat I in fllSto >o and I trutt that other woman may atari taking I know the retails Will ba all tkat yon Mm. W. H. KELLY. got. a box, i for {3.50, trial size, dealer! or from Limited, Ottawa. MARKETS 1 MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Mftiu wheat market opened strong, influenced by 1 the firm Liverpool cables, but broke 'jjoueiderably' Jeter in sjnipatny iuth [lAmericans, the weather in the spring Wheat itatee being unfavorable. Pric1 were 14 cent higher, but t lie rise- was not maintained, declining to, the Extent under Saturday's tflose At noon prices held, and ral- lied fractionally, 'Jiily toeing October 813J, and December opened unchanged foi July, Bad flar-wks unchanged to higher. ,The cash demand was indifferent-and offerings veer buying No. wheat, a fair "buiinesB_..beitig transacted, for Shipment Oats, flax and barley were giiiet. -Near the close there was quite Hn upturn .in. prices, repots of-black rust .being: the. cause. Cash wheat closed to higher; cash barley clewed H .lower to MJ higher; cash flax closed lower for all grades. Inspections -on Saturday numbered 223 cars, as against 256 last year, and1 In sight were 460 The .opening and closing prices to day follows.) -Open. Close ffulj.....4 _... October 82'4 82% December SI 80% 39 38% October., October 1-13% "3% November...... December 141% Closing Cath Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Northern...... SS% No. 2 C. W Barley- No. 3 .52% No, 48% C. No. 2 C. 136 Minneapolis .Wheat Open September December Chicago'Wheat July Beptember 78% December......... si% Close 81 Vi 83% 73 y 82% LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET July Ttevaney cattle Importers, report the attle-market as'iinchanged. Furnished to the Herald by the Western Stock Exchange over their leaied-wire: Open Close UWberta Petroleum .Diamond No. 1 British. Canadian Home Federal: Merron Elder Hole Woollard Mount Stephen Monarch.. Okoiolw Ottawa.. Piedmont Stephens i. Sunbeams Southern Alberta Pacific lUnlWil Oils Weetern Can. Western Pac. .21 .11 .60 .50 75 ..81i .SO 15.25" .23 2-50 -28 -3H .15% 9.75 .40 -13.50 -'.25 2.00 .21 4.60 .11 .fiO -.67 .17 K -.75 .8% .80 15-00 .23 2.50 .27. .33 .1514 9.75 .40 1S.BO That the price of hay will be ex- ceedingly tins fall, and that the in the irrigated.district cast of the utv will piolit the of one of the leading'author- ities on hay in tlie south, Mr Lloyd of the firm of. and Deune 'I his firm is uell known throughout the district, and thib owns one of the finest hay crops that 200'acres could produce. Mr. Lloyd's reason foi stating that prices will be high is found in the fact that the ha} crop in the north, although the northerns hate to.admit it, is practically a failure Last jear to hen the north crop a bumper, the southern men, who raise an extra fine quality of alfalfa, were crowded off t he market. The northern farmers raise a good qualiU of timoth) on cheap land, and there was so much hay raised last }ear that ttfe irngat- had no.chance. The whole surplus from the north went on the market, and the price fell to 'a point where the southern: growers could better afford to keep their'crop and feed it The ,in figures that unless he ban get a ton for in the stack, or about a ton 'on the cars .from the average iarm, he nould better dold and.feed his hay; as it would.be more profitable fJ lie product is plac- ed on an actual value basis, and it sannot he purchased for less. But. this price is low Mr. li figures that there will.be an advance this.year of several dollars a'1 ton. The hay "is" not quite so heav> this 3 ear as it was last, but it is of much finer quality The img-ited section to the east of the citv is a veritable garden spot'at the present time, and the sing of the mower is heard-on every hand. Hay- ing is in full swing, and the farmers are taking advantage of the prime ing weather to get crops cut and stacked. The alfalfa: cures so fast in the, swi .that'. cutting .is ready for the stack on the day. 'fol- lowing. Mr. Lloyd-has jusfc'finished sin up- to-date ddiiv stable, in which he in- tends to house somejof thej-best dairy in the east. Ivlr. me is nou m Ontario picking up a junch for sh and for :winter milking Thg stable it, a model Qdirv harn It tends toward a larger, amount-., of ighb and ventilation than the aver- age, and is equipped with the latest ityle of stanchion and with a cement floor. Sir.-Lloyd, who is also a potato expert, says that it is too early to make any predictions regarding yields or quality of this year's .crop. People's Forum APPEAL FOR AID- FOR HJLLCREST SUFFERERS Editor, Herald ybu'will ailo'iv me a small spacc'in your columns I shall be most thankful. Having been' ap- pointed chairman of the .Hjllcrest Miners'1 Tag Day committee by the un- ion men of the city, I hereby appeal to ovei-y union man to'help to the GENUINE CLEAN-UP SALE Tues., July 7th till Sat., July llth A Genuine Opportunity for you lo save from one-third to one- half on your Furniture and Carpet purchases. We have decided to clean up all the Pieces of Furniture and patterns-of Bugs that we can- not duplicate from the Factories at prices you cannot but appreciate. Dining Room, SEE THE Living Room, OTHERS Bed Room and Den Regular Price Eft Sale Price represented in thla Sale. The styles are new, the finishes up to the raiu- ute, and -the prices cut to pieces for this week. COME AND GET YOUR SHARE. Regular Price 58.50- Sale Price......... Beautiful Designs in Carpet Squares and Rugs WILTON, AXMINSTER, BRUS- SELS, TAPESTRY AND WOOL SQUARES IN ORIENTAL DE- SIGNS AND COLORINGS. THESE CARPETS HAVE TO BE SEEN TO BE .APPRECIAT- ED. W.E KNOW THAT THE COMBINATION OF QUALITY, DESIGN AND PRICE WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT NOW, IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE, SIZES, AND HALL RUNNERS IN ALL THE DIF-. FERENT QUALITIES, WILTON DAG DAG, KORHASSAN, VEL- VET AND SMYRNA, ALL GO-. ING AT REDUCED PRICES. IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF YOU MUST AT LEAST LOOK OVER THESE BARGAINS. SEE OUK OVER THE PRICES. REMEM- BER, IT'S NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. The Standard Dominion Block. .4th Avenue South. EMPRESS TO-NIGHT In "A CRUEL Series. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Her Udyship With Gertrude Coghlan in the Title Role Downpour of Rain During the Evening-Messrs. Buchanan and Leffmgwell Speak best of .Ms ability 'this worthy- cause. The success of this Tag Day depends on each.individual-union-, man doing his share.; 'Wei want'workers, as in our name, and lots of them. We Juorajnion understand nuMiey is-: scarce. But' Warner, Alta., July Lucky Strike U.F.A. held a most sue- cessful celebration at the Lucky Strike post office on Saturday. There have ot big celebra- tions in the homestead country this summer, and that of Saturday, consid- ering the district which Jt appealed to was as largely attended as the U. F. A. picnic at Vedrigis Coulee and :the Day celebration at ".Fore- thoro are all kinds of nickels, dimes and quarters, arid there's dollars; fo j collect. Remember, we can't "let the widows and children go hungry when a small effort on our part can avert it. Come and help "s on most. Fully oue thousand people in attendance, the crowd coming Wednesday and Thursday. One thou-j from the communities directly adja- jcent. Lucky Strike has au aggressive 1 U. F. A., with sixty members.' George ik .is the president this year, Brownlee secretary. Lucky sand dollars is our aim, and we mean io'get it. This effort'will prove to the t M public" whether Chore is I 0) In the labor movement in for thfi man who -dares to 'refuse Strike is typical of the communities In 'Urn homestead country. It is'set- progressive and intelligent -j tied by S10! fanners, i have heen in the country they have their, homesteads, until tq- in need should get off the R whether any of Anyway, should get out of newlj. setded portions of the aouth the labor movement. a 1264-Eighth avenue South. CA'LGARY MINISTER AT 'BUFFALO iCONVENTION Ruffalo, N.T., July Edward Bishop.of.Calgary, was ono of the. speakers at tlie'-flth annual international jnre as advanced with improvements jus this district., This year the crops I arc backward on account of the lack !of biiL-the celebration was over ncforu a big downpour of rain began and the farmers went .jiiiomu very cheerful. Summer fallow- A led crops are well advanced, and the ,j rain will, assure splendid yields on cultivated this aclentlflb .j method. Late sown grain will develop lie .-'in AlraplcKy, mid with aji it is 'onven- [prertfiitcil that, the entire homestead tion of Epworth leagues. CAN AD BIRECTTO A I_INE CONTINENT i; Mi CHMMNT Tnmftn I MM tHttril nttkt. Morn iwlUnjt. trvm pofnu Prlrai. lUllitty or Tlohf t July 17 GOTHLAND July 24 M. Main St.r .Wlnnliies, Man. try will have as good a crop as it has 'produced. The district is bad- ly in need of transportation facilities.. Like all the districts in'the homestead country, it is well .settled, but farmins IH not profitable, when hauls have to be made- from twenty to fifty miles. The C. N. U. lias a line projected to the; south of Lucky Strike, along the Milk River, but thoro are no signs of i.t being put under construction, and naturally the settlers are They in the country and its agricultural possiniities, and all that Is now needed to make them, happy and contented is a railroad. Tim celebration began In t.he morn- ing when races for the children and' n upn wei o conducted At o'clock, after U.niiei--had beeo enjoyed either in picnic style or the booth conducted by the ladles for the bene- fit of the U. F, A.3 the crowd-gathered around the store conducted "by the Kingsburys, pioneers in the district, and balcony above F, S. Leff- ingwell, M.P.P., and W. A. Buchanan, delivered addresses. .W N. Mer- riam directed .tuc proceedings. -Mr- Leffingweil explained measures pass- ed by the legislature for the benefit of the farmere, outlined tho public work being done in the district and announced to the delight of the settlers that a telephone line was now under construction, which would reach Lucky Strike in a few months, and that Sirs. Kihgsbury, the popular postmistress, would be the "telephone girl." Buchanan made a .patriotic speech, emphasizing the value-of Ca- nadian and British citizenship, and urging every settler to become a real actively and intelligently in- terested, in municipal, provincial and Federal affairs. The day being the Fourth of July, the anniversary of the foundation of the American''Republic, from -v.'hich .most of the settlers had come, .the Dominion member paid a graceful tribute to the wonderful de- velopment. oC tho United States. He pointed Canada they 'would enjoy as free government, AS much personal liberty, and as high a type of citizenship as in llieii- native country, and his remarks in this connection were liberally applauded, showing that our new citizens are thoroughly appreciative of their new honie-'iand. To the discouraged Mr. Buchanan of- fered wordsflof cheer. Comparing, the adversities met .with in the early days of "the western states and Canadian provinces, and Alberta did not suffer in the comparison. Owing to tlie In- terest 'in. the amendments to Act, affecting pre-emptions, and the 'tivation, on -certain laiius, anan made a thorough explanation of llie changes. He also explained tho provisions of the ne'w act, and concluded by dealing with his to get the C-N-U- to build, into this district, declaring that if the road did-not'start to build beforfi Us char- ter expired, he would oppose tho chartorbcinrenQived unlftsa the; com- pany gave a. guarantee to the.Mlnla te'r of Railways and Canals that the lino woulil be placed under construc- tion immediately. There is a iftroug fjantimunt in this country In favor of Riving ecmal rights to women, and both ejC the speakers did not hesitate to declare themselves in favor of putting the women, who were suffering.the privations of. pion- eer life along 'with the men, on the same level with the men. The remainder of the. afternoon was taken up HI the enjoyment of an ex- citing programme of sports and the last 'item had just heen concluded when the big storm broke and the crowd rushed to shelter. The base- ball match between Lucky Strike and Doon'dale proved an. easy victory for the latter nine, the score being 15-7. The horse races created much inter- est ,and resulted as follows: -Pony F. Walters; 2, A. Ounlock. Ladies' Saddle May han. Norman Smith; 2, A. Gunlock. As usual, the bucking contest fur- nished excitement for the crowd, and Sewell won the prize offered. In the evening, a dance was held in. the fine hall over the store. CITY AND DISTRICT g Celebration at Cameron Field-Sweet Grass Too- A Taste Here A fine big get-together old-fashion- ;.cd re-union took place at the Camer- on field on Saturday under the aus- pices of the Cameron Club, and al- ;thoiigh the attendance was not just as large as was expected, there were four hundred people present, nearly all Anglo-Americans. One of the finest dinners ever eaten out of doors was served by the lad- ies, and their refreshments'were eag- erly sought throughout- :the day.. The principal sport event of'the day was the baseball game Chin and Turin as the contestants. The Chin team succeeded in stowing the away early in the and the final score was 11-5.. The most noticeable feature of the .whole proceeding was the predomin- auce oi the Union Jack, and although the Stars and Stripes were very much in evidence, the British colors flew from the top of each which goes to show that though thero is still a love for the great "republic from which these people came, they arc now U'UB .Canadians. The-GtotiuUS' Fourth was celebrat- ed at.Sweet Grass, and Coutts and also at the Waterton Lakes, where the new -Hazzard Hotel was formally iipened on Saturday. The chief feature at Sweet Grass was the boxing bout between "Young" Ross, a sturdy Yankee, and Jiid Fo- ley of Milk River.. The bout went 7 rounds and was stopped by the ref- eree, the decision vviug handed to Ross. Folcy fought a gooi fight, but his lack of training proved his undo- ing. The first five rounds made an ex- cellent go, both battlers mixing will- ingly, but it was a pretty tame af- fair during the next two. Sweet Grass put a baseball victory over Raymond in the to 0. Lethbririgc' had a little, celebration all her own. Somebody had an irre- sistible desire to touch off a .few and in two minutes the whole downtown section was in an uproar, the drug stores and Chinese shops doing a rushing business in fireworks up until closing time. There Was one policeman on the street when the celebration-commenced, but oth- ers bobbed up in short order. They allowed the firing to proceed until a late hour, when with the aid of spe- cial'men, they put a stop to it. Chief Skelton has the names of half a dozen hilarious Americans who arc said to have used too much steam in throwing lighted fireworks' on the street, and-they, will be hauled up be- fore the magistrate to. answer-foril.'. Has Appendicitis It. F. .Mitford of Bow Island was brought to the city a couple of days ago, and went to the Gait Hospital this morning, to undergo an operation for appendicitis. Week.End Visitors Visitors in town over the week-end were: X. C. Litcher, Edmonton; O. S. Finnie, of the department of Mines, Ottawa; H. R. Maynes and G. Wiles, Helena; A. E. McDermott. Barons; E. A. Hincli, Purple Springs; F. H. Pet- ers, of the Irrigation branch, Calgary l Joe Uvanni, Cranbrook; W. A. Os- borne, Wrentham; J. Bailie, Pincher; T. D. .Tones, Vulcan; "B. Y. Brown- ing, Neil M. Lake; G. U. Patterson, Blakesville; Robert Scott and' W. Itenner, Taber, and Adam BlacUlock, Taber. Theft of Diamond George Lyons, a hacltdriver, was ar- raigned in police court on a charge of stealing. .diamond from tho-person of a customer 'whom ho was driving, and who a stale of-intoxication. He pleaded not guilty, and was remanded until next Wednesday on .request of the tion. Chief Skelton found a beautiful ruby'riiij? in Lyons' possession, which he believes was stolen, and if he cun find the, owner, 'will lay another charge against the than. The chief states that he has an eye-witness 'who swear that, Lyons removed tho from the owner's hniici. One the dcml-mohdaines from the reatTicted area Informed the chief of the theft, and alleged that Lyons was tac responsible STARLAND TO-NIGHT Keystone IN 2 TARTS "How Villains Are Made" THRILLS AND LAUGHS Starland Orchestra 5 MUSICIANS Our Mutual Girl 12TH CHAPTER distinction of never having made ori any-other.country, and. ot. never having been beaten in a war made on her. Mr. Cobbledick said he would desire to arouse all the military ar- dor for the combat against intemper- ance. Alberta, lie. said, is lo lead, the van in removing this great bane from Canada. He commended the warm support in the organization qf a com- mittce ot 100, and hoped it would be a committee oi thousands who would pledge themselves to support temper- ance principles. This would remove the issue from politics entirely and assure it of support from both sides of the House when the desired amend- ments to the Direct Legislation. Acti shall be sought. The choir gave.a most pleasing ren- dition of the patriotic "0 at-the-closb of the-sermon. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick annoniiccd that" during the hot months the services would be shorter, and special ar- rangements had been. made .lot.. chanically cooling the auditorium. CAME OUT AGAINST IT IN .HIS PATRIOTIC SERMON LAST NiaHT "Canadian Citizenship" was the subject of Rev. Mr. Cobnledick's. pa- triotic sermon in Wesley church last evening when the congregation, was reminded from the pulpit of Canada's birthday: M.r.'.CobUcdick 'took his text from Acts "A .citizen of no mean city." Paul's said the speaker in opening of his citizenship.' Our boast is of .owe Canadian citizenship." Citizenship, Rev. Mr. Gohblcdick weitt on to state, implies allegiance and protection, duties and rights. We should he as mindful of the'former as of the latter. Patriotism; to be in- telligent, must be., based on a knowl- edge of our couiitry. The 'sermoii then; referred to the wealth of our citi7fhship, in a country of great tr.rr ritocial resources, splendid climatic most .democratic gov- ernment on the continent and the best' judicial system. Tnrw things cncauraiftd V larger interest in our public life the voter is the power ordained.by. God in Canada and the. highest type of citizenship is civilian not milltirj KpivrMr.-Cobhledick helicves lo he a uncuroed; by militarism. Canada has the TWO-REFL KEYSTONE AT STARLAND TONIGHT "How Villains Are, Made" is the title of the great two-reel Keystone to bo offered at Starland tonight. This !0lal, oontains two tfaousasd feet of thrills ud laughs' IB claimed by-the Keystone Co. to be one of, if, not the be'st feature coiiedy they hav'a produced. As it Is, the name stone" is sufficient guarantee to the Lethbridge public, Keystone being, without exception, the most" favored7 comedies shown in Lethbridge, and it is the game in all cities. There will also be shown tonighl. other big attractions well up to the Starland atandard, completing a pro- gramme that'.Is well; worth seeing. The ever-popular Starland orchestra have arranged a special musical pro- gramme for some of the latest and 'best orcheitral hits, of toe season. FAIR WEEK PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS Extra special programmes'will at the Empress all this week. The eighth "Kathlyn" adventura wilt bo shown tonight and tomorrow, arid this picture needs no comment. The story ot the thrilling and harrass- ing ewriences of Kathlyn. aie too well known, and. they'.all speak for themselves. The title of this'Series is "The Cruel Crown." In 'addition1 to this two-part- master piece, 'tonight's hill includes "-The Capturing of David Dunne.'.' a' 'Bipgraph thriller; the Patho Whom God Hath Jotnod and the Edison comedy, "A Sense of j Humor wherein an. Eng 'fish %outh Tvlio has always -dreamed of killing' grizzlies' and fighting aav- ages in for America. .His newlyrfqund -friends fiei Indian fight foi him in which he ia decidedl> the Her lailjshlp comes on Wednes day and Thuisdij Tho late Chas GnghJan wrote Her T acfvship 1th the idea of fitting tho title iole for that difficult, but stage personality, Lillian Langtry When his gifted daughter Gertrude Coghhn made hei debut with him In Tho Rojal Box he immediately decided to sequester tho play for her peraonnl use. Ho afterwards made 3ier a pre- sent of the manuscript; and she used it as a, starring vehicle, and It Is now offered for the first time in pictorial form by'the Selig Polyscope Co., wltfc GmtruUc Coghlan in the title ;