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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 7, I9H THE LETHBRIPfrE MPAILY HERAED PAGE THREE Parker Shows Open Tonight Admission to grounds PKEE 61'.M. MARKETS TUESDAYS GRAIN PRICES Man op enwi ii to lc lower, Liverpool cables nemg disappointingly weaker than eipected, and lower American mar- kets Following the opening there further declines in July anil October months and a lair, brisk trade was carried on at the declining values Later reports of the spread of black rust in the spring wncat states caused a considerable reaction in prices, and it 1230 wire jc to over opening figures, (.losing final Iv unchanged to }c higher Deliveries through the dealing house were bushe's oats 29 000 bushels flax bus and barlej, nil inspections Alonday totalled 195 tais, and in sight were 2J5 M Open Closed 'July 10J 90} Oct 8J S2j Dec -r SOi 80; Uulv 181 Oct no discomfort. The .worn out skin comes off, riot in patch- es, but evenly, In tiny particles, leav- Ing no evidence of. the treatniont. The younger. Wealthier under-skln form- ing the new complexion, Is1 one of cap. tinting loveliness. One ounce of mercotlMd to bo had at any drag is enough to remove any tan- ned, reddened, pimpled, freckled or blotchy skin. Apply'before retiring, [washing It off morning's. Many skins wrinkle easily, with fivei-y wind that .blows, with heat, worry, etc. An; eiccllent wrlnkle-rc- .ibccauae it'tightens ihe skin and strQiifttlienH relaxed muscles, is a waah lotion made aa follows: Pow- dered aaiollte, I a large delegation, said almost the unani- mous opinion, of the corporation labor jippenred before ..the city, council and askedvl'or. a; revision.'-of -the rahgeraent whereby the council withholds thirty per cent, of the 'wag- es earned during the. summer, to bo paid to'meirto help them through the inter months UK, coum.il tlie casting of AJ ijor BroMii leCused to accedo to the. request. The men, working for are forced..to, eign an agreement accepting these terms, The" idea ;of the counciKis make sure that laborers will have some money for winter, but also to atop swarms of laborers coming to the city is expecting work, and becoming a charge on.the city DISTINGUISHED MEDICOS MEET AT ST. JOHN, N.B St. .John, N.B., July ed -practitioners from the United. States and Great Britain Were "among those at the' opening of the 47th an nual meeting'of the Canadian Medical association today. The convention will end on. Frida'y AMERICAN ATHLETE WINS London, July Baker; of the New York 'Ath'ietic clnb, ciirried olf the half-mile'Championship in the splendid time of. 1.54 2-5; A. G. Hi! Polytechnic Harriers, 'was second; and R. E. Atkinson. Cambridge University .hlrd. An order winding up the Thomas C. Vv'atkins company of Hamilton department store business, has been made. The a.sequel, to the failure' at' suspension of Ihe II. U Claflin company, New York, to which it is said the firm is indebt- ed to Wie extent of MILLION PESOS Wealthy Mexican Cotton Manufac- turer Held for Princely Hansom New Bedford, Mass'.', July Juan a, wealthy'Mexican cotton maniuactnrer, is held for a ransom of pesos by a band of( Zapatistas, according to John Furnans, of tin's city, who to- :day invoked the aid of the State department, in obtaining Velasco's release. Knrnans is a United States representative of the Vel- asco factories, la a message to Secretary Bryan .he said Velasca was threatened torture unless "the ransom were paid. Soine-oi-tlie-'blggeBt exhiWtors from points in Alberta outside the imme- diate vicinity of the city are as fol- lows. Every one of the names given below represent, from five to ten. en- tries. As there is an average .of about eight entries to the class, 'nil the way through the bc'some- thing like ten thousand separate ex- hibits to inspect. The keenest inter- est centres around the district events. There will be'a keen contest in .each district, and it is to this feature that the board will.owe much of the suc- cess of the fair. In separate lists be- low are given the names of Hiei prom- inent local exhibitors: P. Arkell Sons, Teeswater, Ont., sheep; A. B. Cook, Townsend, Mont., Olydes and Herefor'ds; H. S. Currie, Augleton, Alta., Berkshire swine, Hoi- stein cattle, Clydesdale Jiorses; ,E. A. Davenport, Acme, Percherons; J. .C. Drewry, Gowley, Percherons; A. L. Dolar, High River, Clydes; J. McD. Davidson. Coaldale, Herefords; Hoov- er Sons, DubamH Ha'wley Sous, Jlunson, Alta.; C. F. .Lyall, shorthorns, hackneys: J. H. Laycock, Okotoks, HolEteins; G. Lane, Calgary, Percherons; Mortson Sons, Fair- light, Sask., Clydesdales, Belgians, Holsteins, Jerseys, Oxfords, Tarn- worths, Poland Chinas; Mrs. J. Mc- Keuzlc, thoroughbreds, coach horses, saddle horses; W. .1. JIc- Comb, Baresford, Man., Red Polls; Mc- Donald Bros., Brant, Turoc Jerseys; Roland Ness, DC Winlon, Ayrshires.; Win. J. Passey, Jlagrath, fine herd oi Jerseys; J. J. .Richards, Red Deer, Ayrshires J. B. Hirie, Ma- grath, (one of the largest exhibitors) "Merinos Shire horses, heavy draft, Berkshircs, Herbert Smith, Camrose, Leiccstcrs W. K. Stew-art, Halkirk, Aberdeen Angus Smith Bros., standard bred-hors- es J. 0. Storey, Maclcod, saddlers, stock ponies C. F. Simllingcr, Ma- gralh, Durbc Jerseys W. B. Thorne, Aldcrsydc, P'rchci'ons D. Tliorbofn, DcWinton, Clyjes; F. J. Taylor, Barnwcll, drWers W. Watt, city, Hackneys Jj.'-Watson, Raymond, Holsteins Yuic, and Bones, Cal- gary, ShorthorisV Among the big district .pxhin tors arc; Gus. A.i.Bruchet, Kipp Burton, city.; L, Bonnell, city; W. K. Cadman, S. Crest, Coal- dale C. J. city.; A. CSra- ham, city J'. -A. :Orant, Black Dia- mond iUun ay Hendrie, High River D. Huff, city Lea, Coaldale TviecKS Hi Hr Hc- Lcllanil, city city A. E. Owen, Maybutt; Wm.'Passey, Magralh C. Passey, city'; Miss D. Russell, citv J. Ai Smith, city J. R. Kirie, Magrath. GRAINS ASD GRASSES Cgnsidering grain and grass 1 are exceptionally weir filled with a high grade of ex- hibits. Among lite well known exhi- bitors are W. Farmer, Macleod A. Perry, Cai'dston Jlecks Bros., Ray- mond Glass, Macleod; F. A. Adams, lUadeod Nick Taitingcr, Glaresholm J. S. Salmon, H. 13. Renkenherger, Henry Holmes, Ray- mond H. Mclntosh, D. Pryde, Ma- grath; S. C. Swift, Viking W. Burton, city Griffin Bros., L. B. Losey, Warner W. H. Pawson, Coal- dale C. S. Crest, Coaldale D. J. Whitney, city Chainey .and Gatrelle, city; C. L. Kane, city Wat- son; Raymond B. S. Pawson, Coal- dale R. R. Lea. The vegetable classes were decided- ly slim, the season being too early for a good showing. There were only about 20 entries in this. class, but what it lacked in quantity was made up in quality. The butter and farrh products classes were well filled with fine ex- hibits, dairy butter being the'feature. ARCHBISHOP CONDEMNS LOW NECK PRESSES. Kingston, Ont., July Spratt told the wonien in St.Maiy's Cathedral at' Sunday morning mass that Jie would .prefer 'that all those who wore low neck dress would ;not present themselves for communion. MEDICINE HAT'S TAX RATE Medicine Hat. Alta., July cine Hat tax rate will be 17 mills on the dollar, subject to a 10 per cent, discount. Tho municipal rate is the same as last year, 10. mills, the in- crease coming from the school rate, 'which is raised froni 5 to 7Vj mills. I. L. Boomer has been appointed superintendent of the Calgary divis- ion of the C. X. R.. J. C. O'Donnell of Rainy River-succeeds him.at Ed- monton. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Arrive 24.10 14.05 l.'i.lO Depart' 4.35 .24.30. 513 Hat-Kootonay 511 Hat............ Bit Medicine. Hat-Calgary (via Aldersyde) 512 Calgavy-Modicirie Hat. (via Aldersydo) l.'UO 13.50 539 (via 17.30 538 '.'Calsary-Lethbridgo (via Macleod) I3.S3 56-1 Lethbrldge-'Great Falls' 5C5 Great Falls-tethbrldge 17.20 Letllbrldge-Cardston 11.ia 5C7 Cardston-Lotjhhrldgc Trains D3S ana 680 to arid rrcrn Macieod only ou Sunday. HEAVY FILINGS AROUND EDMONTON Edmonton, Alta.; July five hundred square miles-.in the Edmon- ton Land District were filed upon in June for oil and gas rights. A STRIPED COTTON FHOCK Designed for rannlng from 12 to H of ago, in blue and white ginylvam, with buttons, belt and under collar, while li of net qr .flnc lAwu. FAIR-WEEK PROGRAMME AT THi EMPRESS Visitors to the fair should hot.fail to seo: the splendid offerings at the Empress this week. There, is a full five-reel hill every day, and tonight is the last time the public will have. an. opportunity to see iCathly.n in her eighth adventure, "TJio Cruel which is most decldely masterpiece of production and photography. On Wednesday and Thursday there is the well-known Selig master play; "Her in three parts, with Gertrude- Coghlan in the title- role. "Her Ladyship" has for its theme the marriage of a lady of noble birth :o a self-made .merchant, the strenu- ous efforts of a selfish, jealous, though surfaceably pious sister-in-law the husuaiiu iu ooirio-'.j union. Richard Dixon, the plain- spoken; but not over-diplomatic hus- band, is made to believe that gentle Lady Cecil married him for his monei' alone, while her ladyship through the same insidious, channels of informa- tion, is almost convinced.through the apparent consistency. of events, that ,er .Husband wished selfishly to ele- vate himself socially through an alii ance with her. Towers Manned by Quick Firers Against Aircraft London, July 7. As a defense against attacks by aircraft the Brit- ish -cvernmtnt today decided to dot the "oasts of the British Isles v.-ith a series of towers, each armed with two quick-firing guns of special sign. A complete circle of lowers is he erected around the naval sta- such as Portsmouth and Posyth and at other specially vulnerable points. The Greater Parker Shows to be seen at the Exhibition Grounds, all week under the Auspices of the Lethbridge Exhibition Board. 14--BIG SHOWS-14 Everything Different from Any- thing Ever Been Shown at Leth- bridge by the Parker [Shows. EMPRESS 12s TO-NIGHT "Kathlyn" Jn. "A. CRUEL Strict., WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY f- "Her Ladyship" With Gertrude Coghlan in the Title Role NADIAN WINNIPEG EXHIBITION 22.80 From Lethbridge Round Trip Going dates -July 7-to 17. Eeturit limit Julv 22nd. Further information trom Depot Ticket Ottice, Canadian 'Pacific Sta- tion. R. DAWSON. District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Quebec, July the Villeroy desperado who. fatally shot Alphonse CliarlamI and slightly wounded E. F. Roy, the I. C. K. ag- ent at Villeroy some days ago, shot one of. the posse of det'ectives who arc after liini shortly before 9 o'clock this morning. The wounded man is a Hebrew named Peter Brown, aged flbonf thirty, who had volunteered tfl guide the man hunters. He was hit in the jaw but his wound is not ser- ious. Moraud was discovered- hiding in a little lumbering camp in the forest about two miles from the vil- lage and he shot Brown from a dis- tance. The posso returned to the vil- lage for'help and ammunition' and have left again on their hunt. C. N. R. STEEL DOCK COLLAPSES Port Arthur. Ont., July portion of the C.N.R. stefc'l dock nt Port Ar- thur, seventy feet sonare, has col- lapsed. __ .._ __ DONALDSON L Famous for Its Service and the Courteous Attention of All Employees THE IDEAL WAY TO THE CONTINENT It is a pleasure for us to furnish any information reauired, and to make full arrangements for friends arid relatives coming out to Canada from the Old LOWEST. RATES. H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or any Railway or Steamship Agent. HOME RULE AMENDING BILL London, July House of Lords passed the Homo Hule amend- ing hill on its second reading by 273 to 10. A Truly Helpful Environment for jour period wfan bet ehuicttr it bciag fomid.. BRAEMAR SCHOOL] RESIDENTIAL AND: DAY SCHOOL OF THE HIGHEST TYPE Shatighnersy Heights, Vancouver, .B. C. Unturpattedjn Canada'lri Bulldlngc, Equipment or Jaaehlnfl Staffi Schools Rc-Opem TUESDAY, September 8th. To be sure cf'admission, appli- cation! for 1914-1B should bo made at once.-Calendars sent on application io REV, E. D. MCLAREN, D.D, i court, Vancouver, B.C. TO-NIGHT Keystone IN 2 PARTS "How Villains Are Made" THRILLS AND Starland -Orchestra 5 MUSICIANS Our Mutual Girl 12TH' CHAPTER Do not try to the spots out of your yourself. .You will probably -make them worse. Send them to the .Valet, and you. will get- them back again spotless. PHONE .1812 CLEANERS DYERS' 608 Third Avenue South. Parker Shows All- Open Tonight Admission to grounds FREE After P.M. MONUMENTS If you are comlderlng the pUrcniis. of a us before you decide. Best belt to- ilfnn and prlcti. Monumental ;