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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914 THE LBTHB.RIDGE DAILY HERAXI) PAGE THREE Parker Shows "AH open Tonight Admission (o grounds FREE Alter G P.M. MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg "Min JuU op ened i tc U Unicr, Liverpool cables being disappointingly weaker than expected and lower Vmerican mar Uts Following the opening there were further declines m Julj ind October months and i fair, brisk trade was carried on at the declining Later reports of the spread of black rust in ttio spiing wheat states caused a considerable rciction in prias and it il 30 were Jc to It opening Hgures final lj unchanged to Jc higher Deliveries through the clearing house were Wheat bushels, oats 29 000 bushels flax 29 000 hub and barlej nil inspections "Monday totalled 49o ;irb mi1 m sight were JHRKC1S THE EMPRESS INQUIRY COMMISSION IN SE SSIOJN AT THE QUEBEC COURT HOUSE (Left to Demor. Professor Walsh Hon J D Huou Ml nMe, of and 1 id.enea Judge.-MeLcod, -Lord Mersey, Judto Bouthler Commlsiloiiei and hit secrelaiy. WELSH WINS given the" decision on points. HOLD MONEY TO KEEP THEM IN WINTER Medicine Hat.. Alta., July a. large delegation, said to represent almost the unani- mous opinion, of the corporation labor- cifa appeared oerore" tile cm counc.l and asked for a revision, of the ar- rangement whereby' the- council withholds tbirtj nei cent of the f ag es. earned during the summer to. be paid to men to help them through the .winter montiis, the council, -by the casting vote of .Mayor Brown, refused to'accede to the request. The! men, working for the. city; are forced to sign an" agreement accepting .these-terms. The idea of the council is not on'iy to make sure that laborers will have some money for winter, but also to stop swarms of laborers coniiug.to the city is and becoming a charge oh the city: Noon' close, .over .Western Stock. Ei change prhate leased wire Open Close 1" Black Diamond 4.50 4 50 Black Diamond "No 2 1.60 1 bO British Canadian.....10% 10 Christy i TV- Dingman.. 85.00 fDbme -60 -56 Fidelity.........V Umpire 110 iHerron Elder. S5 Monarch, ex.div 14.75 Okotoks....... -122 Piedmont.....M 28 1-10 Southern 9.00 Stokes Stephens i' Sunbeam .14 Trenton; .19 United Oils 14.50 Western Pacific. 2.00 Western Petroleum .17 DISTINGUISHED MEDICOS MEET; AT. ST. JOHN, N.B. St John B Juh ed practitioners from the United States ana1 Great Britain hose at the opening of the t th an niial meeting of-tile-Canadian Medical association todiiy. The convention will end on Friday .17 1.10 14.00 21V4 97 1.00 9.00 32. .14 .18% .40 H7i 2.00 .17 AMERICAN ATHLETE WINS London. July Baker, of ,.ie New York Athletic club, carried off the half-mile-, championship in the splendid time of 1 o4 2 o G Hill 'olytechnic and I. E. Atkinson. Cambridge University, .hird. 'ROBBED i BY SNEAK THIEF Redcliffe, Alta., July A Ltndmani prominent business man of Qu Appelle who reached here on the train at throe o clock this morning re ports having been -visited by a sneak thief during the night, 'who touched him for hie. seventy dollars while nslcep in-his berth. lAn'order winding up the ThomaE C "VVatkins company of Hamilton, depaitment btcre business has beui mide The order is a sequel to the failure 01 iujnonsion of the II B Cldflm comuanj "Vow "iork to which it is salil the Hamilton firm is Indebt- ed to the extent o( How (o Beautify a Summer Soiled Face If a really a simple- matter to rcno vate a soiled by winds ol dlri Ordinao' morcolized wax, usci like cold cresm will transiorni the noret old Into one o whltenosa-and velvety- soft nesi. It literally peels off the outer reil of surface skin h it so gently gradually, there's no. discomfort. Tire worn out akin conies off, not in patch- es hut eienl> in tiny pirllclr-s Ing no oyldorice of the treatment. The healthier under-skin form- the new complexion, is one of cap- itvatlng loveliness. One ounce of morcoHr.eil wax. to be bad at any drug is enough to remove any tun- ned, reddened, pimpled, freckled or blotchy eklii. Apply, before retiring, off mornings'. i Many, skins wrinkle easily with every wind that with worry, otc. An excellent mover, 'because It tightens the skin ami strengthens relaxed .inttaclcfl, Is a wtuti lotion made an follows: Pow- dered 'Basolltc. 1 dissolved In witch hazel, 'Mi pt. Till is given I m- rnultt. HEAD WORTH MILLION PESOS Wealthy Mexican Cotton Manufac. turcr Held.for Princely Ransom New Bedford, Jlass., July Juan Velasco. a wealthy Slexican cotton manufacturer, Is held for a ransom of one million pesos by a band of Kapiitlstas, according to .iohn Furnans, of this city, who to- ds invoked the aid.of the State department, in obtaining Velasco's release. Knrnnns is a United States representative of, the Vel- asco factories, -in a message to Societal) Drvan he said Velnsco threatened with-torture, unless the ransom were iiai'd. Sorao of the biggest exhibitors from points in Alberta outside the imme- diate vicinity of the city are as fol- ____ 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, all the wa' :hrough tlie fair, there 'wi'il be some- thing like (en thousand separate ex: hlbtts 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 fiir In separate lists he low are given the names of the proni: inent local exhibitors P. Arkeil Sons, Tceswater, Ont. sheep; A. B. Cook, Townscnd, Mont. Clydes antl..Herefords; H, S. Currie, Augletoh! Alta., Berkshire swine, Hoi- stein cattle, Clydesdale'horses; .E. A. Davenport Acnn> f C Drewry. Cowley, Percherons; A. L. Dolar, High J. McD. Davidson, C'oaldale, Herefords; Hoov- er Sons, Duhamel, Alta.; Ha'ffley C. F. Lyall, shorlhoms I H Lajcotk Okotoks, Holtteins: G. Lane, Calsary, Percbcrons Mortson .t Sons, Fair- light, Sask., Clydesdales, Belgians Holsteins, Jerseys, .Oxfords, Tarn- woiths Poland Chinas Mrs T "Me Kenzie, -thoroughbreds, coach Ihorses, drivers, saddle horses; W. J. Me- Man., Red Polls; Me- Donald Bros Holand N'CSS; Win. J. Passey of Jerseys; .1 Brant, Turoc Jerseys Do Winlon, Ayrshircs Magrat-ii, fine herd Beer Hichards, B. Riric, Red Ma grath; Jone of the largest exhibitors) Merinos Shire horses, heavy drait, Berksbires, Jerseys Herbert Smith Camrose, Leicesters H. Stewart, Aberdeen Angus Smitl: Bros., Raymond, standard bred horS' es J. Storey, M.acleod, saddlers stocl ponies C Sradlmger "Ma- grath Duioc B Thorno, Aldcrsvde, Percherons D. Tborborn, DcWmton Chdeb 1 Barnwcll. drivers W. Watt, city, lUcknexs (r N ttalson Raymond, Holsteins: Yiilc-and Bowes, Cal- gary, Shorthorns. Among the nip district cxhib tors Gus i Bruchct Kipp W. Burton citv L Bonnell tit) W. I Cadman cllv C Crist Coal- p C J Lckstorm Gra- ham J V Grant Black Dia- mond Murrav Hendrio, High Hlyer B Huff citj R. R Lei Goaldalc Meeks Bros Rjrinond H H Mc- Lclland, city A. R. McGuirc, city A. E. Owen, JIaybutt Wm. Passey, C Passes D. Rusoell, city J V Smith titv J. R. Kirie, Magratli GRAINS GRASSES, Considering the season, the, grain and grass classes -are exceptionally well filled With a high .grade of ex- hibits. Among the'-well known'exhi- bitors arc: Farmer, Jlacleod A Perry, Cardston Meeks Bros., Ray- mond 'W.'" Glass, Jlacleod F. A. Macleod N7ick Taitinger, Claresholm-; J. S. Salmon, H. K. Renkenherger, Henry Holmes, Ray- mond H. Mclntosh, D: Pryde, Ma- grath C bwitt W. city; Griffin B Loscy, Warner W. H. Pawson, Coal- dale C. S. Crest, Coaldale .D. .1. Whitney, citv Chainey.and Gatrellc, citj C L Kane cltl "Mrs at- son. Raymond B. S. 1'awson, Coal- ,R. R. The vegetable classe-; w'ere decided Iv slim, the season being top earh for a good showing. There were about 20 entries in this class, bm what it lacked in num' f made up in qualitj The butter and farm products classes were, well filled with fine liibits, dairy butter being the feature ARCHBISHOP CONDEMNS LOW NECK DRESSES Kingston, Out.. July Spratt told the women in St. Mary's Cathedral at Sunday morning mass that lie wp-nld prefer that all thoso l.who wore low neck.dress would aiot present themselves for HEAVY FILINGS AROUND EDMONTON ''Edmonton, Alta., July fiv hundred, square miles in the Edmon ton Land District were filed upon i June.for oil and gas rights. MEDICINE HAT'S TAX RATE Medicine Hat, Alia.. July cine Hat tax rate win be ITVa mills on the dollar, subject to a 10 per cent, discount. The municipal rate is the same as last year, JO. mills, the in- crease coming from the .schc'Dl rate, 'which is raised from 5 to 1. L. Boomer has. been appointed superintendent of the Calgary dlvis ion of lihc C. N. R. J. C. O'Donnell of Rainy'River succeeds him-at Ed- monton. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Arrive' i 24.10 14.05 111.10 Depart 24.30 16.25 13.50 17.30 513 Hat-Koolciiay 514 Hat............ 51t Jlodicine Hat-Calgary (via Alderayde) 512 Calgary-Medicine Hat (via Aldersyde) 539 (via Jlacleod) B38 (via .13.25' iicthbrldgo-Great Palls 8. 565 Great Knlls-Lethbrldge..................... 17.20 17. 507 Cnrdston-Ticthbrldgo...................'.'.. tUaily, Trains 538 and 530 to and from Maelcod only on Sundaj, PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS Visitors to the fair should not fail .see the splendid offerings at the Impress this week. Tiiere is a full five-reel bill everv ay, and tonight is the last time the ublic will have an opportunity to s [athiyn in her eighth adventure, "The Iruel which is most masterpiece of production alu hotography. On Wednesday and Thursday there s the well-known Selig master photo- lay, "Her in three parts Gertrude CogMan ia the title- ole. Ladyship" has for its theme he marriage of a lady of noble birth self-made merchant, the strenu efforts of a.-., selfish, jealous hough surfaceabiy pious sister-in-law f the husband to selfishly disrupt thi nion. llichard Dixoh, the plain but not ov.er-diplonmtic hus jand, Is made to believe that gentl Lady Cecil married him for his mone; 'ione, while her .ladyship through the arne insidious 'channels of informs ion, is almost convinced through the ipparent consistency of events, tha husband" wished selfishly to ele- Himself socially through an alii nnce with her. 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 Three Big Riding Devices Everything Different from Any- thing Ever Been Shown at Leth- bridge by the Parker (Shows. EMPRESS llc TO-NIGHT n A CRUEL Series. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "Her Ladyship" With Gertrude Coghlan In the Title Role Towers Manned by Quick Firers Against Aircraft London, .July 7. As a defense against attacks .by aircraft the Brit- ish "ovcrhmcnt today decided to dot the coasts of the British Isles with a series of towers, each armed with two quick-firing guns of special de- sign. A complete circle of towers is to be erected around the. naval sta- tions. such as Portsmouth and Posyth WINNIPEG EXHIBITION 22.80 From Lethbridge. Round Trip Going dates July 17. Return limit July 22nd. Further information from Depot li'cket Offdce, Canadian' Pacific' Sta- .ion. R. DAWSON, Dittrict Passenger Agent. and at points. other specially vulnerable Quebec, P. Q., July the Villeroy desperado who fatally shot Charland and slightly wounded Roy, the I. C. R. ag- ent at Villeroy some days ago; shot otic of'the posse ol' detectives w'lio arc after him shortly" before 9 o el this morning, the .wounded man is a Hebrew.named Peter .Brown, agcc about thirty, who .had volunteered U Riiiile tlic man hunters. He was hit in Ihc 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 lie shot Brown from a dis- tance. The posse rel.iirned to the vil- lage for help and ammunition and have left again on their hunt. C. N. R. STEEL DOCK COLLAPSES Port Arthur, Out., portion of the C.X.R. stetl dock at Port Ar- thur, seventy feet square, has col- lapsed. DONALDSON LINE Famous for Its .Service ami- the Courteous Attention of AH Employees; THE IDEAL TO THE CONTINENT ft is a pleasure for us to furnish any information required, and to make full friends and'rel'atives'coming out'to Canada from the Old Country.' .LOWEST RATES. H. E. LIDMAN, General .Agent, 343 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or any Kailway or Steamsliip Agent. STARLAND TO-NIGHT Keystone IN 2 PARTS "How Villains. Are Made" THRILLS AND LAUGHS Stariand Orchestra 5 MUSICIANS Our Mutual Girt 12TH CHAPTER HOME RULE AMENDING- BILL London, July Kousn of Lords passed the Home Rule amend- ing bill on its second reading by 273 to io. v........- A STRIPED COTTON FROCK .Designed for Klrla ranging from 12 to'14'.'yearn of In blue and white gingham, with buttons, helt find under collar, while. the over-collar Is of'not I- lino luwu. A Truly Helpful Environment for jour dlnslltetat her ctuuKt 1> tvtmet. For prospectus and ttfrnl. write tha Princbsl 60 BRAEMAR GIRLS RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOIS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE .ShauRhnessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C, Unsurpassed in Canada in Buildings, Equipment or Teaching. Staffs Schools Re Open TUESDAY, September 8th To ho suif cf admission oppll catlonc for 1014-15 should be made at once. Calendars sent on'application to REV. E. D. McLAREN, B.D., a Stinley Court, Vancouver, B.C. Do not try to get, the spots out of. clothes .y.ourseli'.- You; ViJ I -probably them worse. Scud them 'to- the' Valet, and you will; get -them back again, spotless. PHONE 1812.; 608 Third Avenue South. Parker Shows AH Open Tonight Admission to grounds FREE AftcrOP.M. MONUMENTS If you are considering tho piirchixs- Ins of a see us before ,011 decide Best stock, best do signs bow Lethbrldge MonumenUI 'th 6t South R Meedi, Muniigar ;