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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1914 MPRES PREMIER PROGRAMS TO-NIGHT VARIETY ARTISTRY THE .LETHBIMDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE IRISH JIMMY BURRELL Comedy wizard Latest Song Hits PHOTO PLAYS "The Vanity Case" "Dad's Insanity" "The Cynic" "A Servant of the Rich" "Doc Yac, Cartoonist" If better were made the Empress would have them MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S' GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, July was quiet on'the 'wheat' niarket in op- lions, and prices white fairly strong during the early hours, weakened lat- er Opening figures; i to S hlgh- et [Usher Liverpool cables, reports of'black'rust spreading In Minnesota and a better demand- for spot wheat were tho principal 'influences. Re- ports from foreign quarters.are less encouraging. Closing prices were un- changed to Jc- higher The cash demand 'ji-as generally im- proved, Nos. 1, 2 ,and 3 Northern wheat being wanted' for exporters, prices being on an export basis. Cash oats and.barley .were quiet, while flax was also in, better request. Cash grain to Wgher oils ic. firmer for all grades; toariey Mel. down and flax Ic.-up for all 'grades. Deliveries through the clearing house bus.; oats flax bus.; and barley but. CASH PUICES 'No. 1 88 No. 2 Nor, S5J No. 3 Nor................... 'No. 4 80 No. 2 C.. W................. 384; No. 3 C.. W.............J. 37i Ex. No. 1 .Feed.......... 36i Barley- No. 3........................... 51-J No. 4 49 47 1 If.' W. 1.42J No. 2 C. W................ 1.391 No. 3 C. W.................... 1.261- MINNEAPOLIS Wheafr- Jlily S4i 84J Se.pt.......................... 79 79J Dec.......... CHICAGO 77} 77J 80J- Sep't Dec. Inspecfcions were 178 oars and Bight 155. WINNIPEG MARKETS 'July r. 'lOc't 'Dec Oats- j'July '..Got J 'July Oct. Nov Bee '361 1.42 1.47i 1.46} 68; 82 J- 80J 38 S 36J- 1.42J 1.46} 1.46i 1.43" GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, elor, cattle importers, report at a shade dearer for all [kinds. Scotch steers a-re i'utetung I cents to 16 cents; Irish, 14 to 15, and tbulls, 12 to 13.. OUR BHOOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, July Ameri- Ean cables yesterday wore offset here y shorts covering, and opening val- es were. unchanged to Hd. higher, with October leading. Following the [opening there was a further advance %d. to with prominent sup- arfr rapidly absorbed, with fH good overnight demand, Continental higher, unfavorable Russian advices, and a bullish French report, -with Argentina advices less favorable. It Is feared that the market Is over- cold, as the foreign demand is ex- rscied to fee liberal. At 1.30 p.m., tile market'was firm, to higher. The Argentina here stated that he believes that too much im- portance is -being attached to. rain .damage. A large croji-is awaiting shipment. Spring wheat, in Russia is suffer- ing by heat and drought, but serious complaints are- not general. Pros- pects there.-still point to a medium crop, notwithstanding the considera- tion .of deterioration from various causes. DUKE AT ST. JOHN, NFLD. St. ,7onn, Nfltl., July -was-observed as a general holiday here in honor of the landing of the Duke of Connaught, Governor-Gelier- al of Canada, after his voyage on the ..'warship along toe coasts of Newfoundland. The Duke planned to open Bowhlng Park, an' eight-acre tract given to the city by a large fiah- Ing'firm, and to lay the cornerstone of a tuberculosis sanitarium. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills 1 ewctly meet the need which M ariMf in every family for a medieint open iip and regulate the bowcli. Not only are they, effective in all canuof Conttipaticii, but they help treatly in breaking up a Cold or La Grippe by cleaning out the vystem and purifying the mood. IiitheHnM wiy they relieve or cure Biliousness, Inflifettion, Sick Headachca, Rheum- atism and other common ailments. In the fullest Mnse.of the wordi Dr. Indian Root Pills are (7 A Kcaicdy JON BY WILL BE. WELCOME Toronto, July night a special C.P.H. train will leave the Union station for Winnipeg with six hundred On- ft tario people, who are going west to seek-now homes. ST. BoNiFACft.DK SHAWINIGAN, Qint. 1914. "It ii a pleasure to me to inform you that after suffering from Chronic Cbnstlpatiori for years, I have been cured .by While I was a student at Berthier College, I became so ill I was forced to leave the the college. Severe pains across the intestine! continually tortured me and it came to a point when I could not stoop down at all, and ciiy Digestion .became paralyzed. Someone advised 'the to take and at once 'I felt a great improvement. After I had taken four or five boxes, I realized that I was completely, cured and what made" me was that they were acting gently, causing no pain whatevertothebowels. All those who suffer with Chronic Constipation follow ray example and take Fniit-a-tives" for they are the medicine that MAdlOIRB PAQUIN "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at 500. a box, 6 for trial size, age. or sent postpaid on receipt of price by FruU-a-tivesJUmited, Ottawa, Lethbridge schools continue .to smash all records for- attendance. During the month of June the at- tendance was 30 per cent.' belter than for the corresponding month last The figures for last'-inonth are: Total enrollment 15G2j last year 1305 average daily attendance, this, year last year 1085. Superintendent Hamilton's monthly report, which was submitted to the Board of'Education last night at their regular meeting, is a very in- teresting document, in .many ways. The. .trustees were .especially delight- ed with, the report of the superin- tendent "on" thY-Cadet'Cam'p1 at Cal- .gary. The .-Lethbriogc hoys .won the flag for'.tiie an'd'fpr itihebost discipline in Millard- "Robert- son won ,thc second prize in the bat- talion targetshoot, and :K. H. Ham- ilton won second for the best scout in camp. In the junior relay, the team consisting of A. Mcllvena, C. Button, N. McPhee and D. Holt, was first. Special praise was given to all .the, officers for their efforts to make the uatnp a thanks was accjSrdei F. .C: Jennings for his work on hehnU of the camp. The Lethbridge corps were the only ones to have a bugle and t-hey made a great hit, heading the camp panide to the fair grounds. In- the sham battle all the Lethbridge boys were in the attacking lines, which succeeded-in .surrounding and driving the defenders to. the top of a bare knoll. A communication from Col.xGruik- shanks, in command of the Cadet Corps of Alberta, was received, and the Colonel was very much pleased with the inspection held here, con- gratulating the Lelhbridge hoys on tnelr appearance. For the success of the Lethbririge Cadets, credit is due to Lieut. Filmcr, who is now in Ed- monton. A fund for the purchase of school music was created.out of the proceeds from the school concert, and 5fr. FIcctwood was appointed as treasurer qi the fund. Russian Fires Kill 100; Many Estates Burned TAI BLAZE ON SUNDAY NEW MINISTER TOWN WITHOUT WATER SATURDAY NIGHT St. 'Petersburg, July fires are sweeping toward the city to. day. Five thousand soldiers were or- dered out to assist in battling against the flames. A number of big estates, owned liy Russian nob'iemen, have been devastated. The loss of life al- ready exceeds one hundred. The government of Ynromtav has ordered every family to funnish at least one able-bodied man to help fight the Jires. Steamers are rushing troops to Schluesselburg, to help save the great dynamite factory there. The town of in Nokogorod is wiped out. Only a heavy fall of rain will prevent incalculable havoc. COMPENSATION FOR SALVATION ARMY Toronto, Ont., July ques- tion of obtaining compensation for the loss of our members who perished in the collision between the Storstnd and the Empress of Ireland is some- thing our London headquatere is deal- ing said Col. Gaskin. ot the Sal- vation Army this morning; "but wo are preparing statements the amount of loss sustained in per- sonal effects, cash, and so on. Noth- ing is being done Here with reference to the loss of life.. But we suffered heavy. Of our party, no'fe'wer than 137 Were lost, includins men, women and The of compensation ja one :for tKe head of- fice in London, who'will lie guided by the legal advisers of the Salvation Army, GOODYEAR COLLECTOR ARRESTED Regina, Sask., ,Tuly H. Al- len, formerly a collector with the Goodyear Rubber "Co., Mobac Jaw branch, was arrealttd in Toronto on Sunday laat at '.the instigation ot the Mounted Polico here. He is charged with mlBappronrlatlon of the company's funds. defal- cations total in the vicinity of A constable from barracks' 'was sent to bring Allen to Regina for trial. July Sunday after- noon the fire department received a call to the 'noi'th end of town, where they discovered the stable of Mr, A. Boothe on fire. A few minutes' work only was required to bring it under control. The damage was slight. 'Sunday was the hottest day of the year, the official temperature being 98. .The Brandt, who has jusfc been appointed rector of St. Theo- dore's church here, arrived in Taber on Saturday last, ami hold services hefore good congregations both morn- ing and evening on Sunday last. i Oh Saturday night from 10.30 p.m. J until 2 a.m. on Sunday morning 'the city 'was "without water connection, the C. P. K. having cut the town silpply off-iWhat are our city fathers doing concerning this. It has hap- j pened several times during the last month, and should a nre break out, the fire department would be very seriously handicapped. London, July privy Coun-