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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914 THE LBf.H'BRI'bGiB DAILY HERALD MARKETS 'TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, July was quite a 6th; on the -Winnipeg wheat market at the ,opening, and. nhorti..rushed- to coyer on higher Liverpool cables, over the Canadian west with rain at only a points. Opening prices were .Vic to %c higher, with a upread o( %c tor October and lie for December. Trading lor some, time was active and fluctuations .were .wide aa compared with some days previously. At Qu'An- pcllo 8.16 Inches.of rain foil, and at .YorliUm and Klndoreley, the latter two places being whero It will bs beneficial: Closing prices were to ftcihigWer.- Trie-cue' deihaud for'wheat was fair P.M was ai enhanced pricesi were steady 'and barley unchang- ed: Expor! Inquiry was active at ad- Dutting bids 'out or line. Cash wheat'Closed higher; Cash osts closed lie'to'Me higher; cash flax ii V4c'higher, and cash tar- iley eiosed unchanged. :Detlveries tlirouBli the clearing house were: Wheat, 'bushels; oitE buslicli; flax 8000 bushels. "inspections .Monday totalled 309 care and In-sight were 126 cars. 'Winnipeg Market Oct. Dec. Oats- Open -83 Oct. July'-.. Oct. Nov. 130 15214 Close 90% 84% 83% 149% 153% 151 51 Vi 49VI 149Vi 80 Winnipeg: Cash Prices No. 1 Ho. 2 Northern No. 2 C. W................... No. 3 C. W................. No. 1 X. W. C. American Markets July -Sept. 81V4 Dec.............. 82V .Wly......... MM Dec.......... WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET -Winnipeg, July. .'.M.-Thare was practically" nbttiing doing" in live- stock at the yarfls on Monday, receipts for three days being only forty cattle" sheep. At the Union stockyards demand for cattle was slow arid prices all tending lower. Quality of offerings', was not as good '.as-some time previous, all cattle on .offer being off'grass. prices ivere consequently lower; lew were iSooii enough to make per hun- ilred pounds. For best, common, and medium quotations were lower, In sympathy with the better finished art- '-icle. The hog market continues firm, quoted at ?7.76 fed and watered, and 25.cents morO-Off cars. Ruling quotations were as follows: steers, 6.50 to 7.00; fair to good steers, 5.50 to 6.25; choice heifers, 6.00'to 6.50; extra good fat 5.50 to 6.00; cows. 5.00 i to 6.50; fair "to {-'good cows, 4.50 to 6.00; best bulls, 5.00; common bulls, 'sJB-'to' 4JB; best, feeders, 6.60 to '.5.75; choice .stackers, 5.50 to 5.75; I Vert milkers and springers, 6'.50 to 17.00; choice calves, 8.00 to 8.60. good calves, 6.00 to iS.OO; common to medium milkers and isprlngen, 4.00 tb B.OO. good lambs, 7.00 to i 8.00; choice klllpis sheep, B.OO to i 5.60. and water- led, 7.76; oM'pars, 25 cents more; roughs and heavies, 6.75; stags, 5.50. Caught in the Act Yes! Caught with the goods-a box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. But it would be a shame to scold them when they like it so well, and it's so good for them. Get the original. W NEWSPAPER Town No. That's what. J. Oawa said PAGE THREB HOT WEATHER CAUSED DEATH OF SOME VALUABLE ANIMALS litgnn, Jul; of the most prominent Huong the Saskatch- ewan hrceili-rs oi purebred Clydesdale horses bavn suffered losses within the last feu (lajs by ilir deaths or ill- nesses of their most famous horses. Within the liiiit week three c-! the 'best-known-breeders have, had illness- es in then stables ind in cases i the horses, luic dud as a result of tho maladies whlih have attacked them Regal Sensation, tiie two-year-old colt owned, by. It.' J. Uckie, ol Ar- coia, I four (lays ago from heal exhaustion. This liorse was the gland champion .it the Regina Win- ter Fair tllis vear Baron Buchlivic, the 15-year-old Cluiesdalc horse owned by William Duniop, ofvDunare, died about a week ago Ihis horse wat, bought by Mr. Duniop when it was 12 years of age at an auction sale in Scotland, lie paid for it. Ilazrlincre, July the presentation of at himself on Saturday morning .when be' sports on Wednesday last, Mr. peeped over the prow of the hill and j Turner gave a very pleasant surprise, beheld Lethbridge for the first time.! lie having collected a sum of money PinchPt Creek, July 30.-Umloubt- cdly we have reason to be proud o the crops of this district, in com- parison with a great many other districts this year, and our farmers feel highly gratified with the grow- ing report published in the Herald of SHERMAN THERTRE THE INSTREL AIDS A CLASSY SHOW OF PRETTY GIRLS and 75c. Special Matinee 3 p.m., TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY SEAT ra-.To Europe MMOtJS FOR ITS SERVICE 4KB COURTEOUS ATTENTION OP ALL'EMPLOYEES LOWEST RATES M7.M, Cabin (11) Class Third Class It is a pleasure for us to f urniah unv information required, imd to make full arrangements Tor friends and relatives coming out to Canuda from the Old Country. U. E. LIBMAN, General Aoenl. 349 Street, WINNIPEG Or er Steaiaebip Ageut. .he'dips'in the wafers of the Atlantic lion of the" splendid success the u.eck But it. he expects to visit the 367th. town at .lets have attained under his to say it [ell least. maud." entirely on Fishhuni crops. Mr. Gawa speaks English lairly Mr. 'lurncr, in making the pre-i mme hgm (he mouu. and" will gather, .material" for special I -that some recognition should hei are articles to he 'nubUsM.- nn.his re- 1 shown, and he hail great pleasure onj pinl.her 'Greek -ir -f ....i. i...- turn Lto the Orient. Lethbriilgc.-is tire- tliii'il city, lie has visited on his which .started usually known as Cbipman Creek Mnrcli last. He hopes tp finish by the! cup. The Rev. end of the year. Nelson was the oth-1 thankcil Mr. Turner for his thoughtful er-citv-'-sinc.e leaving Vancouver: land kind spirit of appreciation, and behalf of 'the subscribers in present-: while a number of the ing llev. Captain Jliddloton and Cadet Corps with a beautiful silver i r haj, wcre lalieauiiim saver j'- still Fishburn is spot where 4e really beautiful .vlrig SHAMROCK IV, HALTED the people who had subscribed tor this splendid cup it was a surprise BY STORM to him, as he had no idea whatever ___T_ about it, hut could assure all spot crops slill stand; Fishburn is a high- ly cultivated portion of this dis- trict, and acres and acres nl Al grain still remain, the pride oi the Challenger Forced to Put: Back Into Plymouth Plymouth, England, July Thomas Lipton's challenger Tor the America cup which sailed from Ports- mouth under convoy of the steam yacbt Eirin yesterday was- forced to put into Plymouth last.evening be- cause of stress of weather. The Shamrock was on her way ent that he would endeavor in the future to accomplish greater results with the Cadet Corps, again thank- ing those who had subscribed, amidst applause. J. Homer "Rotliwell1: was the lucky winner of a -beautiful wedding cake made by the young ladies of the Mission staff, he having guessed the "tr'T samei a i nntinrit> Tiij, Hornet after accepting mouth from which port she will start presented the cake to the for the United States. The cnauen- c c idgl fc cfa ger however will remain liere until b b the weather improves. OFF' AGAIN" Falmouth, Eiig., July rock IV., with her convoy, :the steam yacht Erin, the former under her own sails, lett here today for the United States. It is expected that the next CALGARY OIL FIELDS Free Market Litter .Commercial .quantities of high grade oil- In .a proven Held tremendous develop- ment now under way, makes Calgary the next great for; tune making centre. Bank- ers and business men from quarters of the world'are sending, to take advantage of the wonderful op-portnnitios. Wo are not promoters-tied to one proposition, and blind- ed by prejudice, but are free and independent to recom- mend or condemn the var- stocks t'o our best judg- ment. iBeouin of our large ex- perience. thorough know- ledge of conditions, our re- commendations are eagerly sought after. The Oil Karons of today lire the early investors In the iiew oil llelds. The oppor- tunity Is -bore right now, dur- ing '.the development period, for both small and large In- vestors. Write today for map of the our market let- authority on Calgary .stocks, BOTH FREE. HAHLAN COMPANY, Hirild llflj., Ciliary, port of call of the challenger for the America cup will be the Azores, PICTURE BUTTE NOTES Friday afternoon, saw the Leth- hridge Board of Trade visit C. Kane's alfalfa farm, where the farmers of Turin, Iron Springs, and Picturo-Hntte assembled at 3 u.m. to hear a few lec- tures by the Board of Trade mem- bers. Mr. Marnoch explained to the, cro'wd the livestock scheme of the Board of Trade to assist the farmer who was without stock to get into mixed farming' He explained things so that the'farmer knew just, what to do to get stock 1C he required any. His were greatly appreciated. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., spoke briefly along the "cheer up" line. Mr. -Fairtield, the next speaker, spoke on alfalfa and pointed out that alfalfa WRS the only saviour for this district. It should be raised in the form of seed or hay. He referred par- ticularly to Mr. Kane's field, lie said COSSACKS FIRE ON WORKERS ON STREETS OF ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg, July strike disturbances broke out today in St. Petersburg, where workers have laid down their tools as a pro- test against the drastic measures of the authorities at Baku aJid elsewhere against demonstrating strikers. The Cossacks in the capital were mobiliz- ed in the Vlborg quarter to disperse the strikers, who indulged in much stoiie throwing and also fired revolv- ers. Tile troops cleared the streets without resort to ibnllets. A couple of rounds of blank cartridges proved suf. ficient. Several strikers were hurt during the disorder. Later the strik- es made a raid on the street cars, driving out their occupants and over- turning the vehicles. BARBER SINGED Hat Tonsorial Artist Got a Singeing But Not the Usual Kind Medicine Hat, July Asleep In bis room, in rear of .his barber shop, William Borrow was .badly singed and I narrowly escaped with his Hfe in the every man should raise alfalfa and in no time the district would be famous j for soed, as ft was an ideal-spot for, burning of his shop and adjoining raising it. His remarks were well re-jsloro building at Redcliff at midnight celved and the general consensus of hast night. The buildings, which arc located on Third street, are a total loss and were partially Insured. opinion is be sliould Imve made a two- hour speech, instead of twenty minutes; Mr. Folger gave a recitation as a variation. Mr. Cbas. Kane finished up with a word or two, saying that be would like to see every farm having forty acres devoted to alfalfa; that any farmer could do what .he had done In trying to rnifie seed if they took a little extra care in cultivation. Speeches being over, party went to Iron Springs to a field of bar- and returning went- through Pic- ture Butto and Diamond CHy to Leth- hridge. Comment ft hy TO ivIEET THE KING farmers ..allow the general opinion that the moeilng was too short, three or four hours none too long. ;As a result of the meet- ing, nlfnKa will grow on ,n few more r.cxt year hi tills district. London, July Star understands officially that Lord Uimlsdowne and Andrew v Bonar Law will raprescnt the Opposition at tomorrow's con- ference on the Home Rule question. Tho Prime Minister and Chancellor David Lloyd George will act for the govern- nient; John Redmond and John Dillon for the National- IBIS, and Sh- Ed'ward Carson and Captain Craig will repre- sent Ulster, SHAH TAKES THE OATH OF OFFICE Attains His Majority and Enters Into Full Rights of His Monarchy Teheran, Persia. July. Ahmed Mirza, the sixteen-year-old Shah of Persia today, on attaining his official majority, took the constitu- .iorial oath of office in the Palace of the National Council. The ceremony, took place In pres- ence of members of the National Council, the Royal Princess, high state tffioials, foreign diplomatic represent- atives and their wives. The little Shah, accompanied by the Regent Abul Kasaim Khan Nasser El Mulk, drove to the palace of the Na- tional Council in a glass coach drawn eight white horses. Large bodies of police and troops were stationed in strategic positions along the route. GIRLS TO' THE FORE .AT THE SHERMAN (By Argus) Patrons of the Sherman Theatre turned but in force to greet the Merry Minstrel Maids last night. It was a show which would have been dear to the heart of the suffragette, for it "was of the all-girl variety, without any masculine aid to make or mar the en- tertainment. And, to use a popular saying which carries with it all the meaning "necessary, "the girls were there with. 11m goods." There was a variety or good things, music, song and dance, which afford- ed a very pleasing series oC a couple of hours' amusement. The first part of the entertainment took, the form of a minstrel entertainment. Though not of the colored variety, colored with that species of wit, which in the manner it was expressed, could not fail in resultant laughter, eX'en though there were one or two chestnuts. Pop- ular songs, like "Girl in the Heart of Out and Get Unuer' gave the performance the necessary swing. The second part of the evening's en- tertainment was something in the way LOOKING FOR OF MINE LEADERS MOB Greenwood, Ark., July With union miners guarding the Midland mine and general offices of the Mammoth Vein Mining Co., lessees of the "open-shop" mines of the Bache Denman Co., Sheriff Norrcs and his deputies devot- ed their attention today to a search of Hartford Valley coal fields for the alleged leaders of the mob which wrecked the top works at six of the seven Sebastian County mines of the nache-Uenman interests since EXTRA! EXTRA! THE TALK OF THE TOWN Lyric Tenor JACK FLEMING LATE STAR OF "FRANK MORTON CO." ----------4.-----------. KEYSTONE COMEDY Heart Interest Story Series Girl" for Real Good One OOXCERT OIK'HEKTKA EMPRESS TONIGHT EVERYBODY KNOWS KATHLYN She appears in 9th Adventure, "THE SPELLBOUND Tonight THT! FEATURE OF THE WEEK "THE BATTLES OF THE WEAK" Wednesday and Play "DAUGHTERS OF MEN" in 5 Parts Thedford, whom he makes vice-president. The company is in- volved in labor troubles, and assumes an arrogant attitude, refusing to. ret cognize the brotherhood: Reginald marries, an actress and the two pro- ceed to astound society by a entertainments. At one of these func- tions the feature extraordinary is. a miniature lake of champagne, built iu the ball-room floor, on which little gold sail-boats. are propelled .by the fans of the guests. Oscar Lockett, ed- itor of a rabid labor newspaper; Jem Burress, a crude, forceful young man; Le'wis Stolbeck, a middle-aged Ger- man, leader of the strike that follows; his daughter Louise: John Stedraau, a lawyer; Grace Crosby, sister of Reginald, and others, compose the cast, which is of the first every respect, making the drama ,one of artistic interpretation and gripping interest. "KatMyn" appears for the last timo tonight. Germany is the largest producer iron ore in Europe. The donation oy .1. W. Lypn, of Guelph, of 98 .acres to Port Arthur for a boulevard and park was -cele- brated by a banquet and motor car procession. evidencing a good deal of versatility. The classic dances of Miss Mildred Manning were a feature, particularly her Egyptian dance, which "was cap- ped by a very praiseworthy rendering of the "Dance of Spring." the gipsy violinist, made very good use of her instrument, and Flo Rus- sell, the "Joey" of the show, was pro- minent in adding to the gaiety of.the evening. The Merry Minstrels set themselves to please, and their efforts received hearty recognition in the unstinted ap- plause of the large audience. Those who wish to know what a "September Morn" sandwich is, had better visit the sbo'w. LUBIN MASTERPIECE AT THE EMPRESS The Lubln master photo-play, "The Daughters of which appears at the Empress on Wednesday and Thursday, is a most spectacular five- part drama. Richard Milbank and Daniel Crosby, brothers-in-law, are the heads of the Federated Iron, Coal Transportation Co. This immense OOniuration employs thousands of men. Crosby dies and Milbank re- tires. Corsby's "eldest son Matthew becomes president of- the company, while Reginald the younger is made a director. Milbank is represented by YOUR CALENDAR TUESDAY JULY 28th Reserved Seats Sold at Hedley Drug Company Show Day XPLW.F. CODYjBUFfALO SHU APPEARS PAOADE ,AND" PERFORMANCE BUFFALO BILL'5 PRAIRIE OUTFIT OF INDIANS. RANCH GIRtS COWBOYS BANGER the value oi' Beechstn's Pills as the best corrective of sibr.ents of t.b_e organs so the .best preventive of lasting and seriot'-i aicknefia so often resulting from defective or irregular action of the stomach, liver or bowels. a yreat record. 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