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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914 THE DAILY HERALD MACLEOD COUNCIL MAKES WING WIOUCKHENTQ MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES closing pricts on tie graii. exchanges Open Close 91} were as fellows Whnt- Uuly Oct 86 39} Cot 37j- 'July 1-57-jr Oct. Nov. .1.61} Dec. CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor.'.................. No. 2 Not................... No.. 3 C. VI................, No. 3 JSo. 4..................-........, RejeoUd FlK- No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. W................. 85k 84 39 1-57 SO J J- Madeod, Alia., July Sweeping reductions In tho salaries of the Town officials 'were mado at.' the regular meeting of the council on Monday ev- ening last, when motions were brought forward by both Councillors Dickson and Fawcett. Councillor DWisou advocated a gen- eral reduction In salaries dis- missal of two employees, as well ua considerable reduction in expenditure on street work and scavonging. The motion of Councillor FaweeU, which was put by way of amendment, was, however, of a less drastic nature and on a ote being taken tho amend- was, tarried, which provided for jibe following reductions: City Enginiier AUbnrn, from to Secretaij Treasurer E. Korster Drowa, from J1800 to J1700. Supcrlritrende'n't Follis, fora J1SOO to 51300. Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Irom month to Engineer's, stenographer. Miss Qrady from J75 a month to Chief of Police Lawson from to a month. It was also decided that the services, of Assistant-Engineer Branch should 'be dispensed wltli.'; in their endeavor to economise the 1.57 I Councillors did not overlook a feuuc- 1.51 jtion in their for it was 80! 38? 37} 52 47" Whwt- MINNEAPOLIS Sept; Dec; 'July Sept. CHICAGO 881 S3} 84J- ilj 841 OUR BROOMMALL CABLE Liverpool, July pressure ivas iii evidence at. the opening, and .values were %A< lower, but immediate-, ly there was an advance'of %d., be- ing stimulated by firmness in. Ameri- can cables) dearer 'Manitoba offers fcnd firmer otters of winter. Later, re- alizing developed In the way pro- fit-talcing. from .the recent; sharp ad- Tance, and prices lost to %d., but this 'was short-lived, for there was agalu an free, covering and speculative 'buying, induced by expectations of light world shipments, other than America; firmness in spot, and bullish advices from Russia. Estimated. from and the Danube this week, IjOO.OOO In the Argentine -the -L weather Ms more favorable 'being; generally 'clear shipments, wheat, also decided .that the remuneration ot a meeting Tvhich they are now receiving should be cut off. The whole of these changes take place on September 1 next. Toward the close of tho meeting strong comment was made on sever- al articles .which have recently ap- peared in the-Lethbrldge ticularly In reference to the closing of the English Church, and the stop- ping of the grant to the Macleod Board of Trade, and the opinion was expressed that the writer of these ort- icles 'was attempting to "knock" the town. The :ception was taken to similar articles which appeared in the Calgary Herald, and after some dis- cussion the Secretary-Treasurer was instructed to.write the editor of both papers and ascertain the uames of the correspondents. __ ONEFOy.R 'Onefour, Alta., July Con- fcaltoh and Mrs. Davis of the BJacktail ranch, visited Onefour on Sunday, i .Officers Torpey .and Salter, W. were patrolling, the frontier last week, on the lookout for certain es- caped prisoners. Three rains .this heavy Bbower Monday afternoon, and a ver- itable deluge in the.evening. Some good showers on Wednesday after- noon stopped work on the land, and when the clouds cleared away snow Vas visible on the'Sweet Grass hills. Onefour Farmers1' Union met at the residence- of the secretary, Alex. Lind- say, ion Tuesday evening, and trahsuct- ed conV.derable business of im- portance. The'.principal feature of discussion was the opening of more land to settlement, and committees were assigned the task of impressing on the department at Ottawa, Jhe ad- visability of eariy action in the mat- ter. Weed George Murray made his first- official- visit to this part- of his district this week, and found, the' fields in very satisfactory condition. Very fewi'weeds of an ob- noxious nature have yet gotten a liold on-this new laud, but Mr. Murray's ad- vice to check them now should be fol- loTv'ed carefully by every homesteader. The heavy wind, accompanying the rain on Monday, evening did consider- able havoc with loose tubs, buckets, .boxes, etc. It upturned several small buildlnga and stacks, and raised tho roof of James Wethe'relt's residence at one corner. Ted Southwortb's house was turned over twice, and left top end down. No body has been report- ed injured. TABER CROP -OUTLOOK ?NO'T VE'RY Taber, Alta.. July .1. Siilne, of the C.-P.R. 'Top' statistics depart- ment, Winnipeg, was in'-.Taber yes- terday, having completed .a general survey of tiie district, and' reports that Awhile he has' seen- one or two crops in this district that will outclass anything this side of Swift Current, yet he a'oncecds that per cent. of. the crop is a total failure. He makes a prediction that although tjiere will be a fair. quantity raised in the dis- trict, yet most of it will be needed for seed, and he does not look for more than ten. cars being snipped from this noint. is reported-on very re: liable authority that least, of the 'iocal elevators will close- down altogether, for at .least a -year, rather than run at a dead loss. There is No Better Buy for Five Every Package Tightly Sealed Let it be your regular, beneficial practice, to Chew it after every meal and thus whiten and preserve the the gums sweeten mouth and, breath agreeably ease digestion by increasing the flow of saliva. It was not enough to -make the perfect gum we have encased it in a new waxed wrapper sealed by electricity. All its refreshing flavor and goodness sealed in all impur- ities kept out. It comes to you as fresh and clean as when made. MADE IN CANADA. Wm. Jr. CO..-LM.. 7 S Vienna's new coat'l II r. 'Andrew Brodor, JI.P., .lias left I ou a li'iij to the Canadian ivesL DUFFERIN TERRACE, QUEBEC, IX FLAME8 Splendid nrcmeiiade damaged. This photograph shows pleasure parade overlooking the St. Lawrence River, Quebec Lit s tl e I'r'o feiid raged along It on Thursday, July 9th, 1 VSH10NS AT ASCOT RACES 'I-ohdou Tatler's couctption or tho vni'loiw styles worn iliy London clots- at tho recent Ascot race meet. TONIGHT TONIGHT Special Feature Photo Playt Concert Orchestra MR. JACK FLEMING, Lyric Tenor And Enjoy a Musical Treat TONIGHT CHILDREN'S 5 CENT MATINEE SATURDAY TONIGHT OUR MUTUAL GIRL AT STARLANO TONIGHT Starting out briglit und early in the limousine, Margaret (Norma Phillips) and her aunt, .Mrs. Knickerbocker (Maym Kelso) pay a visit to Lord Taylor's wonderful new department store on Fifth avenue, where they view the latest Paris gowns worn by the mannequins. The heautiful models parading on a raised dias at the end of the exhibition saton excite Margar- et's delight and several purchases are made. From Fifth avenue Margaret and Auntie drive down on the'East Side, where Margaret hears a girl musician playing in the street. The s'weet strains-cause the tears to well up in Margaret's eyes, car is driven close to the curb, where Margaret en- gages the pretty violinist in conver- sation. i Upon Margaret's suggestion Auntie invites, the shabbily-dressed girl to enter their machine. A visit is made to Walter Damrosch, tbe famous com poser and symphony orchestra direct or. tbe girKis introduced she pulls from her of her own Mr. -'tries out" the 'script on his piano and finds it not without merit. Ho is eo'imidi impressed with the young, woman's talent that he gives her a lotter-to the. head: of, the Institute'of Musical Art.', Margaret meanwhile takes her pro tege 'liome and gives her some new A then the Institute, 'where arrangements are comcleted to give her" a musical edu- cation. Pleased- with having made the most of the and'her aunt return horae to dress Cor dinner TABER SCHOOLS TO RE-OPEN AUGUST 24 taber, Alta., July the reg- ular monthly meeting School Board this week it was decided tu open school on August 1M. The ques- tion of opening another room next term left over until the com- mencement of tbe term, to sue wheth- the attendance warranted the same. The freighter. 'Sanor, which ground- ed on a Ehoal near released and found undamaged. THE BIJOU FRIDAY and SATURDAY Tess of the Storm Country "A dramatic triumph greater than any that has yet distinguished Mary PickEord's phenomenal career. EMPRESS TO-NIGHT Hearst-Selig' Weekly (ALL tHE LATEST EVENTS) Two-Reel Comedy "Jerry's Uncle's Namesake" V.1TH SYDNEY DREW Dilemma" Ih {nun The Naming of the Kawhide Queen MONDAY AND Part Fascinator "The Celebrated Cabe" With Guy Coombs and Alice Joyce KEKMIT ROOSEVELT AND BRIDE ON THEIR RETURN TO NEW Y-ORK Kennit Roosevelt; son' of ex-President Roosevelt of the U. S., was re. cently married to the daughter ot'tho U. S. Ambassador to Spain. married to Misg In is shown-returning to-New Yoik m the above piolure. THE LATE MR. JOSEPH-CHAMBER-LAIN-.AND HIS FAMILY TABER RECTOR INDUCTED Taber, A'ita., July K. Drandt Inducted into the living1 of St. Theodore's Church last evening. Rev. Archdeacon' Hogbln of Calgary conducted the service The contract for. Ihe now addition: to (lie English Church, rectory lias bucu .married to Air E Sparks of this town. Work will be commenced with- in tho next few doff. ;