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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914 THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY HEKALU PACK THREB MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S CRAIN MARKETS Mali.. July grain on the wheat market today, the: principal jnlliience being tlie European situation. All Eu- ropean markets were higher, on the less favorable advices regarding crops there. Black rust reports from the 'American apring wheat bolt were loin tliirmtae, while John: inElis, riinorting Jroih Hegina on :tne Cuiiudian does notTiy aiiy.uieanB give a glowing In eftect, lie Buys that dry tho the is'thin aiiVt'short. Where ehow- will be fair, but dryisectipns are largely The veathc'r over the west during tile pro- h'ours was normal, with light rains at.Portage la Pruirle atid KlnderBley, and heavier at Hat- and Winnipeg. Winnipeg 'wheat V4 to higher, and closed to higher. The cash.demand was quiet for all and receipts light. ISxvorters were good buyers in tlie markets of. October and De- cember months; wbeat closed to higher ifor'N08. 1 and 2 Northern; cash oats i1i nlgVer'for No. 2 C. W. and ;NO." 2 feed; flai closed 2% ad- Ttnce oii ail grVdes; cash barley Total 127 cars, as ag- 415 last Tear, with 12fi in sight. :The opening and closing prices on ,the local gmln exchange were: EABOUl Alt OFF U.M.W. OF A. WITHDRAWS STRIKE BENEFITS MINES IN FULL 3WINQ Vancouver, B. July mo's striking'miners'have noti- j weekly contributions from i the U- M. have been dts- j coniiniHHl. The International has I practically given1 up ihe strike, which '.has iiDeome protty much of a dead i issue, for the mines arc now working full shills of non-union meb, with waiting lists of new men left' over, The, only new opportunity 'miners now have is to. obtain a general British Columbia, and there is little chance of that coming to pass. Trades unions from all over llic province and the chief labor.paper, the H. C. Federationist, are openly I against that plan. .The -provincial federation of labor recently demanded ja gfneral strike and successfully car- ried the convention, because a great percentage of delegates were striking miners themselves. SUFFERED EVERYTHING For Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. CLOWNS 'CIRCUS FAVORITES .-eel a voting contest sis 10 what form- [ed the chief or those pel1- Canaan women are continually liacj "leir lo ing us such letters as the two following, :S6e performance. The result v.-as which are heartfelt expressions of of popularity went to tudeforrestorc.lhealtli: I P? ninjority of clowns. But of course those forty count 'em if yon want form only one of the features of the Selis- Kloto-Uuffalo Bill combination. There will be Ihe famous lihoda Royal Troupe of high school horses, for in- stance; hundreds of acrobats and aerialists and pretty equestriennes; the glamf Sereiiadum, and that won- 'ul new musical instrument, the 3j to compare 1 had ulcers and fall- i ing of womb and j doctors did me no j good, I suffered dreadfully for years until I began taking your medicine. I al- so recommend it 'for nervousness And in- digestion. Mrs. I HENRY CI.ARK, Glanford Station. Ont. July-.. October Jul) Oclober July October iNovembw December Open, i6 4 J51 156% 152% 15814 154 Closing Cash Prices iNo; 1 Northern 91 'Ko. 2 Northern 89 No. 2 C. W .'IS? No. 3 C. 37 No 9 I1 No 4 48' jvo i N o Jvo C il 1411 1 6 Minneapolis Wheat Open Close Tulj M S j September S1% (December 83% Si t _ Chicago Wheat July.... 70' September 1Q% -80% December S2% 83% 8114 Warner.. meeting ot the of tht, ttimu Vyitulturil I Societv was held on Saturday.' even- I ing, when the prize list ior the Fair I w is thoroughh and othei I matters of importance 'attended to. If the interest displayed by the Di- rectors may be taken as any indica- tion of the success of the Fair, then Warner will have the best Fair in its 'historv. One interesting fact, was brought out at the meeting nil not generally known be- fore, and that is that the Warner i band is a reality and not a dream j and 'will shortly he able to. give a j verv excellent account of -themselves. K. C. jMerrithew, who formerly con- j ducted a band in Michigan, has tak- j en charge of the Warner Band, and has about twelve members lined up, most. of iwlkini are experts on ;lheir own instrumentb ind hato played in bands for years. Regular practices are held, and the Fair Director? when informed of., the proficiency of the-banil, unanimously decided to re- tain, their services for the two davs of'the Fair. The prize list is in the hands of the printers, and will, be sent out in about two weeks. The Fair will be held on Oct. 1st and, 2nd, and a very attractive program of races, both harness and running, been arranged, which will prob- ably bring in some outside talent. CtaUrtH. dnt-" I heard your medicines highly praised, andayear ago i I began taking them for falling of womb and ovarian trouble. j My left side pained me all the and just before my periods which were j irregular and painfulit would be worse. To sit down caused me pain and suffer- 1 ing and I would be so nervous some-. times that I could not bear to see any one or hear any one speak. Little specks would float before my eyes and I was always constipated. j "I cannot say too much for .E. Pinkham's Vegetable -Compound and j Liver Pills, for there are no medicines iike them. I have taken them and I recommend them to all women. Yournay publish this testimonial." Mrs. STE- PHEN J. MARTIN, Cheslemlle, Ontario, Canada. and enough other attractions to war- rant the name which the great show has been given, "the circus of, 1001 And naturally there'll be the par- ade at 10.30 o'clock the morning of the performance, with the ten hands playing and the Serenadum and ihe Vocalina doing their best. The cases? They'll be that the children can see all the animals. And another thing. In the perform- ance Col. W. F. Cody i Buffalo Bill) himstlf will appear personally. He also will head the, parade as a special honor to this city. The price of the circus this year? Cheap us ever, '2i> :ents, and seats for persons. PRINCE OF HQHENZOLLERN AGED FIFTY TO WED, PRINCESS AGED FORTY-FOUR Munich, July betrothal ot Prince Uilliam of hro- thcr-in-law of former King Manuel, of Portugal, to Hrinceas Adolguiititi, diujihter of King .Ludwig of Bavaria, is understootl to he imminent. The! Prince arrived -at Leustebten, near] Munich; today, on a visit to the Ba- varian royal family, and it is believ- er! t-hc c-ticial announcement of the soon be made. Prince who is 50 years oH, is a widower, his first v.'ife hav- ing died in 1909. Princess Adelgumlu iii 1-1. Scotland lias members of trade unions. CONTROLLER JAMES SIMPSON Controller in the city of Toronto, who lias been elected by the Canadian Socialists to represent them at the International Socialist Convention' in Vienna, Austria, Aug. 21 to 29. This is the first.year that the 'Socialists of Canada have'decided to send a dele- gate to the International Consress and and Controller Simpson was elected by a poll taken in all parts, of the Dominion. THE MINSTREL MAIDS AGAIN A DECIDED HIT It was once more demonstrated last night that the public always welcome la realh good class entertainment, and many -were complimentary re- marks passed on the excellence of the performance given, by the Minstrel M nils at the Sherman Theatre. The whole of the company are artistes in their particular .line, so that it IB very 'difficult to specialize any one mem- ber. Miss Flo Russell, however, ap- parently meets witlju distinction in the of the audience, her.natural ab- ily to amuse and her pleasing person- earning the plaudits of the larg and appreciative audience. j Tonight a complete change of -pre [gramme will be given, introducing th Laurence Sisters in the varied Tang dances, among others; being the E1 G'iyn Thaw Tango, New York society' latest craze, and with the other mem ;bcrs of the company presenting ne songs and dances, espuctefV tin capacity audiences -will greet thi clever classy girl minstrel organiza lion- would materially improve tli performance if some of the membei 'woii'id enter more seriously into thei work, as the little byplays are ulariy noticeable from tlie front of th house, and detract somewhat from th merit of the performance. 1 W You can get beneficial pleasure from this delicious, mint-flavored confection the BIGGEST money's worth of enjoyment possible to buy. Always carry with you in it's new electrically sealed, dust- and damp-proof package. It's always fresh and clean. It is beneficial because it sweetens the mouth and breath, soothes the throat, brightens and preserves the teeth, helps appetite and digestion. It's five cents well spent for long-lasting enjoyment when you buy .this refreshing sweetmeat Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S IN HOT Farms in the '.United States cover -j acres MR W H ADAMS Whor has recently been appointed ftenera) Secretary of the General Re- form Association of Ontario In sue- ceitlorto'F. WITH SELLS FLOTO CIRCUS .MADE IN CANADA Wm.WrigleyJr. Co.. Ltd.. 7 Scott St., TORONTO Chew it after every meal "SHORTY'S SACRIFICE" At STARLAND'TONIGHT 1 The following IF n short synopsis of "Shorty's which Is being offered as one of the feature photo- plays at Starland tonight: Shorty leaves for the West in order to obtain work in a dry, high country, where his mother's cough will im- prove. Without funds, he is obliged to engage passage in a side-door Pull- man. Ho takes refuge in a wood-box and, when the trainmen search the train for hoboes, is thrown from the moving freight by the tnimns, 'who wish to hide in the wood-box them- selves. Angered and bruised, Shorty joins :he trainmen in the battle royal whlcli 'ollows between the trainmen and hoboes. The tramps are locked up in a box car and upon arrival at the next town are taken before Ned Dome, a banker who -also acts as magistrate. i3orne'gives the ringleader of the band i stiff sentence. Tom Sinims, a ranchman, employs Shorty on his farms. Shorty soon he- 3omcs foreman of the ranch. Sinims nd Dome are rivals for the affections of 'Ethel Sonncrs, a pretty Eastern school-teacher. Slmms' barns, eou- tlining all his crops for the year, un- expectedly burn down, and Dome >resses for payment on a note which SHERMAN THEATRE TOfMT THE INSTREL A CLASSY SHOW OF PRETTY GIRLS 50c and 75c. Special Matinee 3 p.m., WEDNESDAY SEAT he homo against Sinims, "wishing-to ruin his rival. A ciuarre'l follows be- tween the two men. And to thoroughly enjoy the rest of the story must see the film for himself. KRUPPS TO BUILD PLANT IN CHINA Shanghai, July is made in the newspapers today that the Krnpp interests of Germany will establish an arsenal near Pekln to cost S I GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, July Bat- chelor, cattle importers of this city, report that through the imposition of embargo on livestock .as .the result of an outbreak of foot mouth disease in Ireland, supplies were smaller and trade firmer. Quotations are: Scotch steers, 10 to cents; Irish steers, to to Thomas E. Elliott, B.A., principal of the Kenora hlgfc school, has be- come principal of the collegiate institute. New Program To-night Songs My Mother Used To Sing A Song telling a.story that will appeal to All i A TWO REEL PHOTOPLAY WITH I A STRONG AND UNUSUAL PLOT Shorty's Sacrifice A Startling Story'bf Life in the Rough A PRETTY STORY THAT WILL HOLD YOUR INTEREST The Skating Master I produced and Acted by .the All Star Thanhouser Co. I A Night Itod A Day a SOME COMEDY STARLAND CONCERT ORCHESTRA I EMPRESS The Daughters of Men In Five Parts A play of gripping inten- sity. Action dominates every reel TO-NIGHT ;