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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Sal unlay. -Inly 2H, 1011. I'llK LKTliiiJtiJHirv HEKALO J'age 11. DEMONSTRATION Mitt Dougherty, the expert American Conetiere'will demonstrate the superior fitting qualities of the celebrated WB. CORSETS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (next week) at our store. The ladies of the city and vicinity are invited to this demonstration The SIMPSON CO. Limited MARKETS BIRKENHEAD STOCK MARKET Liverpool, July Roger's Co. -.cable today that owing to the continued hot weather the deman on the Birkenhead ve: filou- ,btit owing to the small supp last week's pricefe well inai tnined and nnptations, State steers, from. 13 1-i, Canadian steers from .12. to. 1 cents per pound. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Man.; July open eil 95 7-8, closed October opene fill closed-'93 1-2; December open 92 opened 36 3-4, closed 30 3-S; Octobe opened closed 37 1-2, Decembe opened-37: 1-2, closed 37 1-S. Flux- July ciosed'2.1-1; October opened closed 1.90. WINNIPEG Noi 2 .Northern 93 1-2, 3 Noi thorn-.90 3-4, NQ.'4 So 3-4, No. 5 79 1-2 No., 62. N. W. 2.10 Qatsrr-No. 2 C. 3S 1-4. 3 -.1 American Wheat closed 98 1-2 October opened 99 3-4, closed 99! 3-8 December.opened 1.00 5-S, 1.0( 3-8.- opened 87 7-8, cloa 87-3-4; October opened 90 3-8, clog ed opened 93 7-8, 93 3-4. LIVE STOCK REPORT (Furnished iy Rice A Whaley) Winnipeg, .Tilly since last issue: Cattle, 1165; calves, 319; hogs, L180; sheep, 233; as compared with 1427 cattle; 200 calves, 1573 hogs and 155 sheep for the previous week. The receipts the first three days of this week were .vei'y light. Included in the offerings were about nine cars of Western cattle, three cars of which were- best that..have been here in the last two or three weeks. Prices were a shade stronger on the best but- chering grades, but Ihe tliin.cows and stockers were badly neglected. With 21 cars dV stock on sale today the bulk.of which run pretty much to and medium female stock, with a small number of thin light Bteers bordering on the stocker order, the market was a shade easier than earlier in the week, Jjiit.about on a par with the closing days of last week, Canners are. selling Prom 2.50, to 3 cents with rthe bulk of common and medium cows from 3.40 to 3.85. There Js no eastern demand as yet for stock- era and and this class of stock neglected. .There is some demand. a few good cattle but the'majority'of "tho cattle of good weight show lack ofjo' finish. Barring one choice drove of cattle, which we sold Tuesday at 5.40 cattle can do no good at present coun- try prices. We quote prices fol- lows, delivered, fed and watered: Best'butcher steers and heifers, 4.50 to .00; fair to'.good butcher steers.and lelfers, 3.7J5 to 4.25; common butcher steers and heifers, 3.50 to 3.75; best fat cows, 8.7S to 4.00; medium cows, 3.25 to 3.50; canners, 2.00 to 3.00; best; bulls, 3.00 to 3.25; common bulls, 2.50 to 2.75; beat stockers and feeders, 3.50 to 4.00; light stackers, 3.00 to 3.25; choice milkers and springers, 35.00 to 45.00; common to medium milkers and springers, 20.00 to 30.00. There has been a strong active dc- nnd for hogs this week, and the gen- eral market has been around 7.50. The packers are cutting on rough bogs and stags. The prospects look steady for the, coming week. The supply of sheep and lambs has been very light. The bulk have come direct to, the packers from St. Paul and Omaha. "The best sheep'.are quot- able from 5.50 to with lambs at cents for the tops. Veal calves have not changed much since last week, the bulk of the bestj idling from 6.00 to 6.50, with those of the fancy order at 7 cents. Common l heavy calves 5.00 to 5.50. GRASSHOPPER No Hope for it With this New Method of Destruction llrookings, S- D., July 29. Sixty ,housand grasshoppers were killed hi )no hour during an experiment with a small hopper-closer at (lit! state' col- ego recently. The hopper-doser was 1-2 feet in length, which In about .ic-half the size that should be used or practical farm work. Hundreds of! KrasB-hopperfl which were collected In five Into him .at the club hotine. The .latter is now In jail WINNIPEG SPORT WANDERED Row Over Money in a Colored Club Ends Fatally Winnipeg, July Al nluo o'clock tills morning, Frank Johnson, n negro JUMPED sport, 4iul manager of tlio Winnipeg Colored Club, shut anil killed by Charley "Chick" liedmoncl. Redmond lie (loser got out, and could not be but they are numbered amojis he dead because no grasshopper can ouch tho bottom oC the hopper-doscr ithoilt being killed. Prof. A. IvHume stimutcd Hint ball' of grass-hop- ers were egg laying and hat each 'iiiBoct 100 eggs oarly, therefore in one hour's cxpeil icnt the grasshopper crop for next ear was reduced by CHUKCH SERVICES Church of Jeiiu Christ of Latter Day Sunday School 10.30 a.m. at nights OC Pythias Hnli, Fifth St. Christian Meet over Royal ank, subject tomorrow morning, Church Tho pastor, 3v. A. A. Lytle, will preach at both erviees. Sunday school ami Bible ass as usual at three o'clock. Church of Christ (Disciples of Meet at Kennedy's hall, 13th North on Lord's Day 10.30 a.m. foi charged with murder. He was caught liidiaj in the C. P. n. yards. The alleged cauie of the shooting was a dispute foluison piomot nnd owned a string of good hoises including Englishman with Lots of Money, Leaps From a Steamer at Toronto Toronto, Out., July Itoiinie, it I'tiiing Kniijlishnrari, com- mitted suicide in a sensational man- ner today by jumping from the dccl of thu Niagara steamer, just was-entering the bay. Efforts wort made In save him, hut he raised hi1 arms and sank before; anything couli be done. His body was recovered ir a short time and bis clothing con- Ininod as well as a life insur- uice policy for He has friends with him, but letters led to liis identity. JIMCONMEE ble study, read. 11 a.m. Breaking of St. Church, North Leth- Rev. W. W. Brytien, A. Sunday services at II a.m. and 30 p.m. Sunday school at 9.45 i.m. 'oryonc heartily welcome. Weiley R. H. Bell A. will occupy the pulpit morning 1 evening. Morning; subject, "Jacob, e Evening subject, "Esau e Profane Man." An effort to under- nd the moral questions raised and practical by these lives. Sunday School at 3 p.m. t St. Mary's (Church of IS OPTIMISTIC Toronto July James Com- M P who is at the King Ed- id told a icporter that "Re- ciprocity "will be-a great tiling for Ca- nada. It will give a freer and better access to the American market, and will bring in a great flood of Ameri- can capital, which will assist us in getting; much-needed railways, a great rleal 'quicker than we would otherwise get them. I am going home to Port Arthur on' Tuesday, lint I don't in- tend to hold any. meetings unices tho situation develops." '.'What is. of the pros- pects of-the asked', tho re- porter. "I tlflnk there won't he much, dlf- MONARCHIST PLOTS AGAINSTWRTUGAL Wjll Broken Up by Aid of Spanish Gov- ernment Lisbon, Portugal, July is taking measures to break ui> monar- chist plots In Alicia, Spain, aro being made' against tho republic of I'ortugal, and, as the Portuguese gov- Why bother with lemons and lemon squeezers when you can gtt Dal ton's CONCENTRATED Lemonade It's lemonade ready one bottle makes a halfgallon. of the finest lemonade that ever dtlighUd thirsty mortals. 13 glasses for a pure lemon product no other acid. luc. a bottle. uw At all grocers and druggists. WHOLESALE Wation Brown, Cllgiry. PRAISE BRITISH LABOR LEADERS Pails, July Temps regards' ,-fSlcrilay's slice-lies in the Uritish louse of Commons as ii grand lesson n national unanimity. It emphasizes lie slanil hikcu In- tlic lalior party C.P.R. EARNINGS ARE AHEAD OF ESTIMATES ermuent now- believes, will endeavor In good faith to disperse the monar- chists, confiscate .their supplies of arms organization of raid into Portugal. Foreign Minis- jr -Madia do stated today that these .Montreal, July gross iiys of the Canadian Pacific railws tor the fiscal year ended June 21 prays Unit ,1 will, adhere to Us were or ullghtlr largeh losiuon which is in such-strong con- uian the estimates. Net profits [or. rast to the conduct of the French the year were against an Socialists in Hie debate. The Temps estimate of made in the cclarcs thai a clearer statement ol Star a mouth ago. The increase'in situation would be impossible.'If net. profits for the year is Germany resorts to pressure to wrest These are. of course, new high -re- exorbitant sacrifices from France she cords, but will be eclipsed this; year will encounter open resistance the record crop, when the C. P. Great Britain. This, hov.-ever, ought. should lake in over not to eneotiraire France: to resist', all ference." Mr. Cpmmee replied. "Tho parties will come hack at the same itrength as they are now. There may be a turnover of eight or ten seats ono way or the other. I can't see any chance for a sweeping change." SINGER CREATES SENSATION London, July Mme. Cavelari .hough still Mrs, Chandler, created "a sensation this week by appearing pub- licly at the hotel Bristol in the corn- Corner of Nlven and Nanton streets. pany of the Russian Prince Dolgorouki. North Ward. Holy Communion 2nd she is staying hora under an assumed assurances had been received from ttie Spanish governmeut, and added: ".Madrid has for some time consider- ed the Portuguese monarchists in Spain'near-the border as inoffensive persons, merely finding an asylum from troubles in their own country. Now Spain is convinced that tlieso refugees are planning hostiltles to the increase in the capital C. P. H., earnings on the-stock this Temps, w'" '10 a fraction below ,j last year's return on the common. v Mouse of Commons .will remove all' inicprtnfiity nnd facilitate a friendly j solution of the Moroccan .situation." concessions to "We are concluded Hie ml. yesterday's speeches alnst the republic thus misusing the privileges of asylum." Wherever Portuguese are found I INDIAN'S DEATH NOT REPORTED Urandon, July Shokeshead, a Sioux Indian, aged from jCarlyle, Sask., died suddenly Friday SASKATOON AFTER MONTANA COAL The Saskatoon Board ,of Trade wired the local Board to I'iri'd Sunday. Matins Sunday School, 3 p.m. .Evensong, 7.30. Rev. C. H. Popham, 1500 Rachel St. First Saptiit Rev. W. A. Leavitt, acting pastor, H e.m. five ite serinonette to children. 12.15 Adult Bible Class, A. E. Dunlop, leader., 3 ).ni. 'Sabbath School and Bible Class. r.30 p.m. Himself." "The Man Who Ends in A very hearty invitation ex- MEETS FATHER FOR FIRST TIME Man 52 Years Old and Father 72 Come Together at Grave Plttsburg, July Walk- er, 52 years old, a fanner of .Mount peasant, -Pa., today met his father, 'ohn A. Walker, 72 years old, of La Jorte, Ind., for the. first time in his ffi to hia knowledge at the liier of iark Walker, brother of John A. Mora than 51 years ago" John A., Valkor left Mount Pleasant, ieavin. Behind his young wife and a 4-montl: ild son. He went to La Porte, Ind. .nd for more than a. quarter of a entury, it is said, wsfl police mar hal of that city. Hc remarried, as id his wife, who mourned him ead. Learning of the death Qf his her, Walker arrived at Mount Pleas- nt today from the west. Hell talked his son for some time at the ide of the casket, before (heir iden- ty was established The father reeled the son warmly, Sold of Ills fe in the west but refused 'to say he deserted his family. ;ended to all to any of these services. St. Augustin's Church of Corner 8th St. and 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Matins 11 a.m. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.iii. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Rev. J. E. aiurrell- Wright, rectory 212 8th St. south! St. Lutheran there will be no services Sunday, July 30th, is the pastor will preach at Warner. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. at the new i faying 1 by one servant. During the day she. wears a black mo- tor bonnet, coming forward over the eyes, a tight black dress hobble stylo. TOGO WEAVES LONDON London, .July Count Ilc- hibac'hiro Togo was'give.n popular fare- well at the railway station fodiiy as lie left-for Liverpool to sail on the Lusitauia for N'ew York. The great crowd gathered for a final glimpse of the'naval hero was largely school children. The Japanese minister and representatives of1 British admiralty were there in official character. Ad- miral Togo will remjiin in the States until the end of August. His engage- ment there will depend upon the plans of the government whose guest he ;wlll be. near the frontier. are ordered by the government to remove to tho interior of Spain. The civil guard on the Galician boundary has been in- creased -by 'about 1000 men, and is friends from the .Moose Mountain Lrict, to attend the fair, but took sicfcjCOii: his arrival on Thursday at the jcamp west of the exhibition grounds. "hen'lls occurred hla compan- ibtain a supply of domestic the mines of and Rumors Imvrj bean 'going the rounds, during the past feV days that '.lie LJ. S. mines Western out with the tfody SiaU't! would be able to svppfo' :imy shortage which might he toll on ac- co-operating with Portuguese troops T tlie ooiiy migiu oe toi: on ac- n-n-n, (lnvc back to the Mountains count of the long strike here. -In the against persons' who cannot: satisfac- torily explain their reasons for cross- Ing the line. Replying to an inquiry., ns to >rhy it was thought necessary to have Portuguese troops on the northern boundary, while further reinforce- ments are 'being sent out, the Minis- ter said the government was determih for burial. The police or authorities Had no knowledge of the until a despatch was received from Carlyle asking for particulars. A thorough search was.made by the police, Irtit fane o" the resolution of the SVe.Uern Fuel Association of Spokane, .which Btnted that the strike in 18 was seriously, affecting their coal sup- these rumors seem to be without any ground for truth: It is generally news of the occurrence was so--felt in-the city that the only chance cured until tins morning, though ev-K01' Getting a coal supply for Western, iddress of Rev. Grant, No. 150! Ave. South. St.) Sixth the top of week.was 5 cents. woiiMtadvlse ahl'ppeVi'to use caution in buying, the halt fat HcWtcke, etc. ITTLE TWO-YEAR-OLD .TO BECOME PRINCE nna Gould's Son May Be Proclaimed 1 Prince de Sapan Paris, July father's plans ork out, Anna Gould's youngest will be Immensely rich in his ivn right when he becomes of age. e is just two years old. Already tho young de Abtoluttly harmttw in their If your denier does not. keen them, we will mull you box (IS ders) on receipt of 25 cents. J. Proprirtort, P. Sagan Talleyrand is his name is master of the Duchy of Sagan, in Silesie, and if Emperor William does not. postpone matters he will be pro- claimed Prince de Sngsin and a vassal of the cm pi re before a week has passed. It had been hoped -that this ceremony could be observed on the baby's birthday. Ceble dispatches this week told about the Duke de Talleyrand formal- ly renounced his title and rights to Sagan In favor-of his son. Today came a letter from the German Chan- cellor, who wrote al command of the Emperor, formally accepting this abdication, and with It. notice that Jason Howard would be recognized as its successor. By this mister stroke the Dukn had the child large fortune thai trotmbty would have gone TH who loaned him money In bis days. The duchy possesses valuable coal nines of large extent, and oxiwrts ave estimated these deposits atone t St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Mass at a.m.; second Mass al 9.30 a.m.; Migh Mass at 10.30 a.m. Communion at 11.00 and will be conducted by his Lordship, Bishop Le- gan. V. St. Cyprian's of Eighth Avenue and Eleventh St. So. Services: Morning Prayer at 11 a.m. Evensong-at: 7.30;, Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 Holy. Baptism at 4 p.m. Holy' Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays at S.30 o'clock; 2nd and 4th Sundays at. 11 o'clock ser- Brotherhood of "St.1- Andrews ineets every -Tuesday .evening in the vestry at S o'clock. liev. Canon Mc- Millen, rector; address 840, Twelfth Street, South. ed to i -ween ery part of thu city information. When was scoured for conspirators, and communication were nscertaincd separate well on their those witlijn the republic from ene- mies without. Asked how long n 'have in ease the strike is not set- 'the particulars today the Indians mines.' The Saskatoon Bbard'of Trade will he acquainted with the coft- dltions as they really exist, westwnrd with tile remains of their comrade, ho- had gone to the happy hunting is lakor tnatural tn t 4 for granted that it was'from causes. paper correspondents, who would have to wait for the projected invasion, Senor 'Machado replied, with some feeling: "If you wait for that you will die here. Monarchists have, no programme and do not represent GOOD PROSPECTS any aspirations. The monarchy is. :FQR NORDICA dead, and is.kept in its coffin by live- Mr. Shipman, who is In advance roi- ly recollection toy the people of its Madam Nordics, the world-famed voc- Ings, dull futilities. No, Portugal has alist, is very enthusiastic over the hid enough of select j prospects of an engagement in this ;city. The guarantee list, which is now being circulated is meeting with 'a most cordial reception, and in all LOUDLY PRAISED CROPS Wm. toole and H. A. Allison, a bar- rister, of Calgary, motored down to Probabmt5' Nordlca-wJll-.-ppear here. Lethhridge today. Mr. Toole, who is an authority on crops, stated that he had never seen them more uniformly good than on this trip. They are showing well all the way from the north city. Knox Church Presbyterian) Sun day services U a.m. and 7.30 Sun- lay School 10.00 a.m. Rev. N. H, Gillivary of Knox Church, Montreal, preach at both morning and.pven- ng services. CHOCOLATE AND Are Used by Swiii Prison to Reform Convicts Geneva, .Inly convict prisr on of Wltzwyl, In the'Canton of Ber- ne, one of the largest institutions-of its kind in Switzerland, has a new governor, who is determined to, in- troduce In order-to make the convict give ance of tobacco and smoking, the governor is trying to "persuade" the prisoners to ex- change tobacco for cholocatc of equal- value; but he admits that he has not met with much success. The new governor also helieves.tbat Mgr. Mathiou, of Laval University, Quebec, who been appointed Bishop of Regina ip his daily allow- and stop chew-ing music "soothes the savage jmakes false and he was glad when recently four M' wandering Bohemians with guitars Don't ling n Delusion Something "Just as Good" An Impos- If Not tht Original Have Nothing At All For a woman fo adorn her head with alse braids, puffs, and rats, or a man o wear a topee, is like buying an off- >rand hair preparation instead of New bro's Herpicitftt. The "false and the "off brand" arc both substitutes for the real thing.- The al: ways conceded to be better than any imitation or substitute. "Something just BS good" is a heresy of the rtnk- est kind. Herpicide is Ihe original remedy and does as promised. Years of success and thousands of satisfied users have made It standard, Herpi- cide kills tiie dandruff germ, keeps Ihe scalp clean and stops falling hair. Us proper use before baldness appears WELL-KNOWN MASON DEAD Winnipeg, July Little, Tyler of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Manitoiba, died heurt disease. He was fio years of! age, and one of the most widely known Masons in the West. LINE FENCE SCRAP AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, -inly Gard- latcly erected on his property and Charles Ingles, his neighbor, had him arrested for doing so. Capt. Parker, EXPLOSION RENDERS MANY HOMELESS Montreal. July twenty wooden frame bouses were burned tp the ground at Longue Point'this morn ing, and eorae hundred people are rendered homeless ae a result.'_The blaze started In the old Chevalier jtel, just opposite the Longue Point [Asylum, an explosion "of gasoline be- ;ing the direct cause. The hotel, was BOOH a mass of flames, and with a heavy gale-of wind blowing the fire rapidly raxed the neighboring houses. The fire brigade of Longue could do nothing with the flames, which raged I fiercely for a short lime, and a hurry I call was sent for the Montreal bri- ERMS OF THE FRANCO- SPANISH MODUS VIVENDI July C'anale- of the .Mounted Police held that once'Jos outlined the inpin-features of tho line fence was "erected the builder j Franco-Spanish modus vtvcudi enter- had no right to remove it. This decis- !et, into (0 proVent clashes in the viciu here thin morning of down ,n Alberla. the fence back costs. and violins, arrived at Wlfewyl, un- der escort, to serve a short sentence. Several times a week they play In the evening to cheer up their fellow hair and wigs nnneces- There is no uncertainty. The pur- prisoners. chaser gels the positive results or mon- ey is refunded. It is sold and guaran- teed by all druggists. Applications may be obtained at good barber shops and hair dressing Mr. and Mrs. M. Kilbouinti, ef hvi'n Soiinil, tttcbraleil' their gotilen marlon. I Send lOc. in posta'go for sample, and Iwok on "The Care of the 10 The HerptaMe Co., Depl. II., Detroit, Mich. .J. D. IHginbothum ft Co., Ltd., GABY TO INVADE AMERICA Will Open in New York in Septembc at Per Week London, July Dcslys, the Parisian vaudeville artiste, wh visits' to Lisbon are said to have con tributed to the revolution which coal Manuel his throne, has hccn engaged by the Shuberts to appear at tho Win- ter Garden in New York this fall, Her contract Is for eight weeks, with the option 'of nnotlier four. Her sal- ary isjsaid to bo a week. Mfsfi Ueslyg will sail on Sept. 12 and open in Xew York on Sept. 25. Gaby Dcslys is now playtnsr at the Alhambra, London. In a sketch which Is utterly without dramatic merit, but which allows her to wear a variety of costumes, each more exiguous than the other, till she finally flops into very-''handsome bed which adorns the lit age throughout the "entire per- formance, ;of Delaware, had linlh arms and a "silimildcr'broken in runsnvny park, Lon- Gardner has to move and pay the court sentenced to Lethbrldgo Jail yesler-' j ,ity of Alcazar, Morrocco.betwecn Span isli nnd Moorish troops. Tlie_agree- ment defines a. lino around, city, on three sides of and t passing through tbe day are suspected to be the pL-rpetra- Ion on ihelr way to Fez, tors of the three attempted burglaries !to curry firearms, in the city on Thursday night. Messrs. court, MoComb. Cumin and Lowes' reslden-! ces were tried but the burglars frightened off. The police got sent them to jail as vugs. police duty. and have. i.tttnliar but the .ordinary .travellers have a special pawport.- -rip ad- jdltlon, Spain agrees not 'to Coming Monday to Claresholm THE ORIGINAL CORONATION PICTURES 4000 FEET OF FILMS, INCLUDING DRAMA-TIC AND COMEDY PICTURES. ILLUSTRATED SONGS Hy Vic. Tumor. THE KUTE AMUSEMKX.T CO. ;