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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THTTKSbAr, JULY 1914 THE DAir.Y HERALD PAGE THREB EMPRESS "HER LADYSHIP" Three dramr Don't mitt it And a Rippling Comedy Visit the coolest theatre--ybu will have no regrets TONIGHT STARLAND This the belt Keystone .hown in city MR. PALMER HOI AFTER DETAILS "Villains Meet" Hillcrest, Alta., July 7. All through the 1-liHeresl enquiry an ef- fort has-been made by J. R. Palmer, counsel for the miners, ascertain from witnesses the number of men working in the. different splits at the time of the explosion; It. was easy matter to secure Hie number oi they were all checked to Other Attractions their different working places, but there aie limber backers, track laj'-j era, and others who might be at any place-in the inine at-any time dur- ing tho'shift! To obtain this infor- mation Mr." Palmer apparently con- siders would be very helpful to the commission in fulfilling Hie purpose for which it was created. Today, ho had hopes of si-curing this information when .John Brown, gen- eral manager of the Hilfcrest Collier- ies, Limii-ed, was on the stand the entire day, but his hopes were doom- ed to disappointment, as Mr. Hrown stated emphatically, that be could not supply that information. These facts are required by the counsel for the miners ascertain whether the law's requirements as to number j of men working in a split was com- plied with. Counsel for the mine owners has promised to secure as accurate information 011 this point as possible. Another important point of 'infor- mation Mr. Palmer cleared up is the number of splits the working mine has, and Mr. Brown's evidence pointed to at least four, although he could not he certain. Foremost, July wish to take thja opportunity to thank our friends for coming out to help UB celebrate our national birthday. were s'ad to see -them. We did not know that 'we had" so many friends. Mr. Buchanan estimated that there were about 3000 friends out to sec us the largest crowd lie ever saw at ai celebration in Soutbern Alberta. And we will add, the best natured. Every person seemed to be" trying to out- Chesterfield your uncle Lord Chestur- field In politeness, not a cross word from start to finish. The Himlett bunch were loyal and determined to bring home the bacon. But 'we got tbeir goat. Come again. "J. G. Robertson gave 5 per cstu. of the receipts of bis store for one 'week to a fund to bo used for. the benefit of Hie children under 12 years of The amount of this fund was and. it made a package of candy and an orange for 250 children, a very con- siderable donation for one firm. Led Grady and Mr. Salmon deserve the thanks of our townsmen for their untiring zeal and the success is large- ly due to tbeir bard work. Mrs. Frank Becker was. called to ilinot. X. D., on the 81 h Julj 39 October 3b iWi 1u1 JWn October 141% November 14 December. 142 14; Closing Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No; 2 Northern No c -n So 3 C W Barley- No 3 Ho. 4 1 N C No C W 89 19 3 3% 51% 1361 OIL STOCK QUOTATIONS Noon Exchange pr vale Stocks- Ac nc I el B D 1 Chr I) J mpire f idellt) Holt Woallard H. E. Federal Monarch Marine Moose Mountain no Prudential PPP. 8, S. the Western leased w.iro Open' Id .23 4.75 .061 1.00 22 071 Union United Western Canada Western Pac. 11 7 .20 .98 29 1.00 .24 3 .14 13.50 2.25 1.90 Stock Close .11 .2-1 4.30 or; 1.00 .20 C1 69 .56 12.00 .21 98 .23 1.00 1 j 13.00 '.25 1 90 KEYSTONES AT STARLAND 'When Villains one of the inost .successful comedy features in- troduced to the.American public in a long time, will be Uie attraction in which the Keystone Players will be seen tonight. Judging hy.the way this special was received uy Starland patrons last evening, It 'will ne one of. the most successful comedy pro- ductions of the season. It for- tunate combination .of fun, wit. hu-. :iiior aiid thrills. It has made New York, Chicago and London 'laugh, cynicism fading to good nature be- fore the picture gets barely started. This is but ona of the' many good oneff to be seen, at Starland tonight. "The Sheriff's Star" is a two-reel weitern thriller, whteh is sure to T.lnaM all westerners. Taking nil in all, tonight's program than pleases. OET VOUR CANADIAN HOME fBOM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC. in Itumewe area of most ftrttla land in Western Canada.for it low prices, ranting from to per acre for non-Irrigat- ed landl and 136: .to >75 igr acre for Irrigated lands. Terms, one- down, balance In 19 an- nual Ixtan for farm lievflopnwnt up to f 2000, alao re. In.20 yeara. Interest at only Fkr (nil partloulara apply to WILtON SKIITH, DCPAKTMINT: OF NATURAL M80URCSS, Canadian Pacific Railway Ltthbrldgi, Alb.rti. Map Showing Federal Constituencies in Alberta HoNouiwtit.W. J.ROCHE MINSTER AllBEHTA SOUTHERN This fnap gives an accurate 'idea of the boundaries of the twelve Dominion Constituencies as arranged under recent redistribu- tion measure passed at Ottawa. Alberta has seven at present but in the next Parliament its representation will be in- creased to twelve. ;