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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1914 THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PREMIER PROGRAMS TO-NIGHT VARIETY ARTISTRY 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" PAGE THREE j----1 If better were made the Empress would have them MARKETS THURSDAY S GRAIN MARKETS July If and closing prices on the grain exchanges tbrtaywere: Close 89% July Oct. Open 88'i SJ 80% Oats- July Oct.......... 'Clax- luly.......... Oct M'6% liSVt Dec Winnipeg 'Cash Pricei No. 1 .Northern No. 2 Northern JJo. 3 Northern S'o. 2 C. W...... NO 3 C W Lx No 1 Feed No No 4 Flax- No 1 N W C No, 2 C. Markets Jlllj 84% Sept....... 79% Dec SJX 185s M'A 144 147 148 !4 87% 85% ATA 36 !4 14354 14094 BROOMHALL. CABLE I Iverpool July 16 In American yesterday iras off set here by the-Russian official re- port and prices unchanged Fol lowing' the opening, there was some on pihate''reports received Jiere of continued hot and drj- the spring wheat districts of Russia that demand but later this advance TVBB lost with dull ness prevailing continued heavj Am erican receipts grading and expectations.-, of-- liberal. American this week serves to o'f set and check bullishness displayed 3n cncles here At 1 30 pm the mar ket was quiet and unchanged Argentina icports weathei fine ant coo1, In Russia uu to July 10 'ho e-'look for winter Tfheat is good to medium and spring wheat oata and barle-v a bare mediumt .according to an offlcii J-eport. 1 lie Loyul Orange 1 odge No Ml met yesterday according to' their igatlons wlwii (tuili. a numlici tiiin ed out itml the meeting promt a very profitabio and Instructht time Gen ml business was Ulcen ip and under j .hat heading 'Sir. ISngllsu- rose to com- 1 pliment the lliliC L'odgo and the -Myrtle 4314 for the noble way. in which they turned out to1 go to Calgary to cele- brate the 12th of July. He Bald ho with many others held the prUer in very high esteem for the conduct and lobriety and high standard of tliu 5000 members in attendance. lie wish- cl it to be understood that the Or ange Order has foi its aim the high ideals, of- Christianity .and temper- ance. and is an order to. which ever.v true ought to belong and suppoit It was also pointed out that Ulster was the 'guiding star and that Ulster was' more religious and the church more in earnest today than ever to hold high the standard of freedom 'and Christianity. It was also pointed out that Orangemen ought to do all in their power to uphold relig- ious liberty which they" .would not he doing if they supported the govern- ment vvnicli advocated home lule which really means Rome rule. Mr. English- said that1 tho-great need was not so much to .vote .for cue particu lar party because our- forefathers did. The order .will attend the Christian Churcll on Sunday night when both lodges are requested to-be in attendance St. Petersburg, Julj ands i of troops were pressed into sei Fernic, B.C.. July b.p.L 1713. and the sister lodge, the local True Blues, headed by the Piper band, FOR1SEIILERS VICE-PRESIDEN.T BURY OUTLINES IMPORTANT PROPOSITION BOARD OF TRADE LUNCHEON STOCK MORE.. SIGNATURES REQUIR- ED, U flii" adjournment alter the lunch- eoiu liclil at the I tthliridge Hotel, U Marnoch president of the Hoard 01 irade uerf> tilat alteration of to effect of the coal rites. The l.elh- bndgc Collieries had st-artnl in full swing the Chinook mines were work- ing full steam ahead itiul the Gait collieries, would be active in ten s ,10nv Gl_ U1ANTKK GRENFEtt CO. ASSEIS London, July a meeting of creditors ni the Chaplin, Milne, Gren- fell company today, the official re- informcil the mem- i gave a statement of the af- lun-.i-iiiHil on the euwnittrd by iii Hie coming in- the managing directors. This showed a deficiency as regards the creditors of The official receiver warn- ed the creditors that in his opinion Hie assets are not likely to realize anything like the values placed upon them hy the directors. It was not probable, lie that any sur- plus'w'ould be available for the share- holders. paraded on Victoria avenue on Moi day morning before leaving for Cran- farm's broolt. where a celebration was held in which all :the grand lodges of this district participated John Yaravoch appeard before Po- lice Magistrate Wliimster on Mondav and was sent up for trial before Judge Sixti six iiamfs were already ob- tained as ;.gnarantors in the scheme of the Rural Relations Committee for encouraging fanning, hut further names needed.' Seven appl c itions from fanners for the ne- cessarv aid-had already been receiv- ed. C P R FARMS I he railwal companv had started a new scheme of- improvement of their by putting down Thompson on the 21st inst A very, large number of Pernie citi zens left on Sunday for the Chako "like-at-Nelson, and daily since Sun day. each passenger train bound for Neison.-has carried its quota of Fer- nie citizens. The funeral of the late Joseph. Har- rison took place on Tuesday from the ,s- undertaking parlors of Thompson ir- Morrison vico as firemen today- fight the conflagration sweeping through a quarter of the-city inhabited bj work ing people. Two 'thousand persons are homeless and at least four killed. Several buildings were burned. Huge .tracts of forest and peat beds are- in 'flames throughout Russia. Special service's a e being held in the churches the prrsts, and 'their congregations are praying daily for rain, for -relief, from the intense Wave of ieat. ___ A large scaffolding erected at the rear of. the Trites-Wood Co.'s store hoisting material to the roof collapse; on Tuesday, but fortunately sufficien 'was given-to the workmen below to allow them to gain point's or safety. The ambulance had a long distance call on Sunday. A workman ill a lum her camp some six miles west of the city became .ill, .and it was neces sary to. remove him to the .hospital. WINNIPEG STOCK MARKET Winnipeg Man July in cattle on Thursday was very Blow and prices around 25 cents per 10p- pounds'-iower oB-good stuff.- The extremely hot weather of the-.last n-eek or SO-retarded .business consid- erably. Choice steers are now quot- ed 17.00 to J7.25; choice: heifers, 56.BO to J7.00. The market, on the other was .active and prices higher, J7.75 being now quoted for choice fed 'and watered; 25 cent's more .off cars.. When I he first activity In the south was.started, the 'Herald contained a report to'the' effect that Sesui had obtained'an option on the Rospoe farm, east of Sweet Grasfe in Montana. The tract which consists of nnres; has now. been finally pur- chased at ii p'ric'e exceeding and the deal w'aB'.completed in Great Falls on Saturday. Price' of. New. York is-as- pociated with. ilr. Segur in the piir- ciiase. air. Sesuf .stated tliat there -would probably In oper- ation just across the border wlthlii 00 days, and that.the district would be a lively oil field within a year. Mr. Segur, to whom most of the activity'1 and Colitis fields is due, .passed through the city last night on his way to. Cal- gary.. Mr. .SeRli'r would not make liny statements in regard to the oil" situation, hut confirmed the re- luirt that -lie wasTnierely waiting for die' s'tenm would be commenced in He expects the boiler most, any rday. and-is nnxlous that-work proceed; as fast as possible, j for ho Is still as confident as ever thnt strlk-c oil. In .the neighborhood of the Sweet Grass hills, south a', this; city. Mr. Segiir was accompanied by Mrs. Segur and H. W.'Price of New York. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 and fnmf. Strvlci The drink for the business man Keeps the brain clear, bright and active. Gives strength and energy YOU'LL likc.O-T. The flavor is -fine. '0-T oxhiluraios jusl; as Allies and jis do, Imi; does not intoxicate. The nu- tritivh vnluo prevents any reaction.. 0-T is.quite different i'roin jiiiy otlier stiuiu- Uiiit. Order a dash of- O-T with y o 11 r Try a little. O-T, .with your sodai or ginger.( ale. ,_p-T improves their flavor. Added- to beer, .wines, spirits, O-T gives life and sn'nti the nnrtesir- ablo effects of alcohol. You can get. O-T at any hotel, clnb, cafe, pr soda fountain. Order O-T with your next drink. Its tlavor and line stimulating; qiiftli- ties will delight you. Buy a bottle from your grocer :or take home. matter what your drink may bit Tit better If you add O-T." _ Bay Co., Campbell, Wllion 4. Home oi 700 in alfalfa, a proportion nO acres to their 14 farms. NEW-USB FOR STRAW The following communication from ice President Bury of the C.P.R. to President will prove of much importance in-the economy of farm in, vicu- of the fact ot the hitherto needless waste of traw I have voiir letter of the 27th inst. and 11 leply would say that 1 am having Uur engineering department ilesign granaries hog pens, stables and shelter implements com- posed of. wire and straw and as soon as1 the designs are completed we aie going to send them to the dif- ferent agricultural colleges and to the press, and would be glad'to send you .some-'cuts. Hie idea is to set posts, place poles on top, place wire over these, 3117 chor. and then blow the straw from the thresher over.- This forms the roof and sides, anil for the back and front-it is simply necessary to place wires on both sides of the stra-w in between and afterwards cut openings that ma> 'be needed. With a little care, neat Buildings may be constructed for a verv few dollars. Mr. -Fred Engen at on his farm a hog pen built- in this manner, in Which he sheltered a large number of pigs last winter without loss, and he told me that on the coldest dav. water build- ing never froze. When structures of all kinds can be rria'de by straw (.which is generally burnt) for such a small expense should remove one of the great rea- sons advanced hy the farmers for grain growing solely and the throw- ing of their grain on the market -soori as it is threshed. THE BUTTER QUESTION The President drew attention to Toronto, July fires were responsible for- the destruction of the town of Hearst in Northern Ontario yesterday afternoon. The fire swept down on the town in the afternoon and all efforts to combat it were hope less. The town had a population of between six and eight hundred, most- ly foreigners. The Northern Ontario development ranch of the Provinc-ial government lad a warehouse there which was de- stroyed. Only three or four houses escaped destruction. AT THE BIJOU "Clothes" Is, the. successful drama by A very and Cnanning Po'i- [ock, in which- Grace George starred. Most of the scenes are in New York. The interior of the Watling's home in the metropolis, by their luxury, in- dicate -the, .expanding financial -re- sources of'the head of the family. T.hey are in sharp contrast -with the nrinins simplicity pf the first dom- icile in Omaha.. In fact, it is apparent that tlie husband, as be observes the bounding ambition of. his wife, as he is-compelled by her tc leave bis lit- tle "daughter and his pipe by the fire- place, and come out and meet her guests, longs to be back in bis old, if humbler, surroundings. The story of of the Wallings may not be the main theme of the play; neither is it an un- important one. It is closely knitted to the chief action, and it carries a moral. This four-part "Famous Players'" production will be shown at the Bijou on Friday and Saturday. Friday BIJOU Saturday The celebrated society drama in four parts by the famous Player Co. STARLAND ORCHESTRA TONIGHT HEAR THAT MUSIC? Big Photo Plays with a Keystone SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT SHERMAN THEATRE Four Days Commencing Mon. July 20th Matinee 3 p.m. Dally 25c Any Seat GRACE RUSSELL'S M ERRY INSTREL the fact that housewives in Leth- hridge were not only in the habit o! using Nevy Zealand butter, but ask- ing" for the same in preference to the home-made article. It was felt that a campaign was necessary for making Southern Alberta butter a domesti, commodity. In view of the new im pctus given to dairying Hie local sup ply is "in many cases of first-rate quality; and demands a trial. P. R.'liOTEL HAND BOOKS It was noticed that in the Western hotel guides, and in the Canadian Rockies relief maps, the name' IjCtiihridge was omitted. This umis sion-has been taken up with Mr. man Hankin by President Marnoch. -The meeting felt that with regau to rEiiicwi railway rates for harvest hands, I.ellihridse should be given the same facilities as arc enjoyed by Cal- gary in the matter of outside points from- the centre. A "STRONG" EXHIBIT On the president's table was a spe- cimen of .macaroni, forwarded by Mr. :Marinaro, of the article which had been 'condemned at Calgary, and which lie stated was still in store there. NTo one the boldness to subject Jhc article to olfactory an- ahsis, and it was resolved that the matter he taken up with the .Medical Officer-of .Health -at Calgary. N'o new business was transacted. It was urgcil-'that as many as possible shfinlil "avail tlumsclvcs o! the trip; to iron. Springs and district tomor- row. Mr.' Fairfield extended the meeting an invitation to view the- excellence of the crop'-c'.vr. on summer fallow at the Hxpurimcntal farm, and the opportunity .will be accepted one ev- ening to be named. -The request for advertisement in the books and maps being gol. up by the Galgary Automobile Club was tah.lcd. At the. well-appointed lunch table, superintended by N'. Murray, the fol- lowing were U. Mar- noch, U. Page, Commissioners Har- die, Grace anil Reid, A. Buchan- an, M-. P., Shepherd, I' Downer, J. li. Tiirncy, W. .1. Lloyd, A. llnyr, A. V. Gibbons; C. S. Farmer, 11. C'o'oilc, W. Fair- Held, J. W. 'ilawuen, anil Secretary 'IRISH JIMMY" BURRELL PLEASED The Empress patrons who witness- ed the clever antics of "Irish Jimmy" Burrell- last night seemed so pleased that the management has made ar- rangements to hold this entertaining comadian throughout the week, and he will be one of the many attrac- tions at the Empress for the next three days. "Irish." poss'esses a splendid '.yrie tenor voice, and is one of the best entertainers ever heard on a local stage. ,_ The'picturc programme for tonight 'is a. winner. The society drama, Vanity is the feature, and there are others'equally ae interesting and gripping, 'as well as 'a good bis offering of fun and comedy. MARK THE DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR TUESDAY; JULY 28tli Reserved Seats Sold at Hedley Drug Company Show Dayi LETHBRIDGE ilbrluSO 'overs remember Air. Jock Fleming with delight as the leading mail of. the Frank Morton Co., which appeared In this city some time ago. During his engagement at Slarlaml Will doubtless be greeted by. the largest crowrts which have ever attended a. theatre in Lethbridge. following a Press notices from some ot the 'leading papers of America: "Mr. .lack Fleming, who has thrill- ed thousands with Us remarkable rich lyrlr. tenor voice, Is repeating his numerous, successes here." "It. is rarely that we have thp pleasure of heartriK a voice of such clear sweetness and volume, and the public is not losing any opportunity to hoar him. 'Mr.. Jack Fleming, one of the big' gest American'favorites' that ever, ap- peared In London at the Ade'lphl thea- ,tre, is the possessor of a strong, pure and rich lyric tenor voice." 'Mrv-'JaclrFlcmlrig. is tihdc-.ihtcdly a finished and 'well deserve: the hearty praise which theatre pat- jons and IIICEQ accorded him." "The Girl Show Different" MUSICAL Magnificent Costumes, Beauti- ful Electrical' Effects. Positively tlie Greatest Popular Priced -Musical Show to Ever Tour Canada. N'IGHT 50c, 75c. FLO RUSSEL-L as the "Postal Seats on sale at Western Stock Messenger Bov" Exchange. ifpt.W F. BUD APPEARS -w PABADE >ANO PERFORMANCE BUFFALO PRAIRIE OUTFIT OF. .INDIANS'. RAN COVVBOYS AN PANOEB5 FA.5CINAT1MC' 2 THE MORNING BUFFALO aiLL'. his Inflnns. Raricn Oirls. Cowboys vvjnr ro fhe Sous inft A'rls vjou to se.e Wild Beastrin pptn dtnj Iti solenoia new people of all Ninons --450 OOWN TOWN! "nei ;