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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEtHBfiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE EMPRESS w The Daughters of Men In Five Parts A play of gripping inten- sity. Action dominates reel TO-NIGHT every MARKETS qftAIN PBICES Winnipeg Julv 23 there nole in the 'west. ministers, t says, "have come out of a difficult situation with (16 small credit to them- selves. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKETS Winnipeg. Man., July Mine Union stoekyardBir. cattle was liteady, and little or no change In prices from, beginning of week. Hogs in keen demand, and quotations todayi'ars ceats. higher per 100 pounds. Choice steers are quoted at to fair, to'good steers, 16.50 to choice, heifers, J6.00 to J6.50; tooi] fat to medium and 'common grades, were unchanged. Choice were quoted at JS.OO fed and'.watered, arid-25 cents more off cars. Seven cars were shipped "Wedrieidaynlght: j NEXT TIME IN CINCINNATI 'July Ohio, named as the next meeting ilaco ojFtlie International Sheriff's as- at the final business session of convention which closed here shortly after midnight. Kicers elected' at the closing busi- s session.were: Louis Bckhardt, of Iowa, 'president; L. G. Wder, SasKatoon, Cana'da, vice-presi- [nt, and William A. Gerber St. Paul, inn., secretary! All were re-elected. OUR IROOMHALL CAILE1 j ....-July.. in .American and in '.BuanosAyres'yesterday free covering by shorts at tbe opening, and Values' were Vi to'% higher. Follow- ing the .opening there hither cov- ering 'and' broadening of speculative buying, and thta resulted in an tionul .advance of'% to Inelttcjnt reports from the American cprtng wheat dtttlcts; unfavorable ad- .vlcel from Canada; firmness of cajr COM, and strength.in spot, -with lew- er oflerS of winlmv and rumors bf sales of winter, and'eipcctttlou of an abatement oJ fvltfi-. foreign demand broadening anil free buying by and RoumauiaJ and. unfavoraHle Russian advices, lielped the advance. At 1.30 p.m., the market was strong, CANADIAN BONDS IN LONDON London, 'July has made to the Stock Kx- rhaiige to appdnt a'lettling day and israat a' quotation -for tbe Greater Winhlpig -Water Board per cent. Thte in j.Cf] HORSE RUSTLBRS BUSY Montana Horse Thieves Second Raid'of Year Getting Away With 100 Head Medicine Hat, Alta., July getting :uvay 'With a big bunch of horses early in the year, a gang of rustlers returned from Mon- tana and took away about'one bim- Red north of Broolts. Anpnrentr K- nnthine was known of the raid un- til lifter the horses were across the border. Over eight hundred from the prairie towns enjoyed live holiday. All along blic line from Tabcr the train picked up passengers, and. when Coleman was reached (he train was crowded. The C. P. H. must be compliment- ed on the service which was render- ed. -The train left Lethbridge at 7.30 and arrived in Coleman at 11.40 and] Crow's Nest at 12, leaving again at 7 ajid arriving at LeUibridge at 11. The visitors received a warm wel- come at Coleman. Half the excur- sionists got off here, the. remainder going on lo Crow's Nest. A general tinii' was had at Coleman. Uames of all kinds were in order, in- cluding-a friendly game of bal! ho- the Coleman nine and a scrub tcarirfrom the city. Mention need not he made of this owing to the walloping Ihe LclhlH'iilge hoys got. ANOTHER VICTIM OF oSoS wori baftlmg. SUNDAY TRAGEDY, team London, Ont.. -luly Gar-. wrestled Uic game from Hie Coleman BOOST FOR CANADIANS climbing was in order for the short McPlmil and Penny time that was allotted between the strong combination. flass for Chinese held in that huilil- R. R. Pbirell'and ing. In Hie evenini; at nr. And- Canada's Tc-picseiitatives, piay e'ntircr -crscn will spral; in tho First HapUsi diSerent games, bill 'their tactics arc well to the doubles com- bination. in'tuo .English sys- relies upon pl.icinn and accuracy in his rather ;thon. upon smashing, plays trom the back court most of the time. Playing what he calls' -American in the'east as the Pneiflc coast style, I Schwengers1 game'is ths antithesis of JPoffcll's. He spfciajiies in "laying Icloss to the ne.li, smashing George 'of Himiltoti, at- ifmptwl to commjt filicide by cutting thront with razor, lie li still church, cr.-iifr of Thlrii Avenue and Ninth street. The work of Dr. and; Mrs. Anderson has for a number of I years been at Taichowfii, not far from Nihguo! There they- have been successful in building a hospital wliicli lias done niagnificcrit work and now has 70 beds. The opening of this 'in- first of its kind in that j cruaimi quite J, 'a stir. I: On Monday morning, tlie visitors j: 'will take their.departure for Calgary: in, order "to make Hie evening for Vancouver, where others their lives. the shove............-------.---- sink when their canoe upset, and trains. TOir.e unnerved that he died today! "A hunch arrived in' Lcth- I bridge at U o'clock, tircil .but.happy. ._____---------------------------------. I The -excursion will IOTIR be. remember- cil.by.those who at-tended. as the happiest days spent for a long time, 'Special mention must he made of 1 silver fo7 horneT reception..tendered the hip party at Coleman. Hot tea and coflee was (pi Bllll PAOADE PERFORMANCE BUFFALO BILL'S PHAlRIE'OUTFIT OF INDIANS. RANCH OtRtt- CQWBOYS RANGERS When you will welcome them and spwxt istyle males him a Tbe plan of the Canadians is ,u ltj lave Powell the dour-lea in thai on their way to China by .the Mont- lack court, with Sciwenjers at the eagle, which sails on the 2flth I.cl us give them a hearty, Wtbbuilge re IM ites BROS. "SilfftrPlaltlhal Wars" quality nnd beauty of .design are hothasfiured. k Made in the heaviest Igrade of plate, hence Hit j _ _ EYa 2 PERFohMANCtS DAI tY -MATINEE 2 -NiCHT 8 OClOCK OOORS QPmrx OtME. H4OUR FREE STREET PARADE -IG-3O IN THE 'BUFFALO DILL .his Rahcn Oirls. Cowboys want ro see sll the boys ahij Jirls ijo" to 5'e Wild Beajts- in dens Its solenoid rab'eaux --oOO people banas-- C O _Mj TOWN PARAOE-2 MILES sar.red frfi-.. :nnd. the nco'plc.. Ihers I considcriiiai thcmsjivcs hosts for Ihe occasion, did everything'possible. The LIBERALS STAND j.. (members aod embodied in the Home HOKE'-BUtERS- its dotermlna London, July of Lib- OCL'USlOll. (IIU CVIJlylilU'UK I UC people of Coleman have a lovely spot-wain-passed-the'following resolution _ .1 ____ at nf Prtmnmila IjlHI P.Vfin- fo'r. aii excursion party, and it duly appreciated yesterday. was the ing: In a 'despatch to .Now York, .Gen. House of Commons last; even- '.'That this meeting-deems: the'time appropriate to place on record its un- !oral .Oai'ranxa fiays that unless the (swerving support of tlio. claims or Ire army, thb' struggle will' so on, laud as put forward by the Nationalist lion to stand bv them till thqn causo is finally won. The meeting .'further expressed its most emphatic opinion that it -.8 the' Imperative I'uty of tho government, lo complete the nhole of its progamme under tlie Paillament act thei appeal Is made to tlio 'j ;