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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 28, 1914 T ti K 'i" ii M It ru'u n o A i L. i n a it A u u PAGE Empress lOc "AC Matter Photo Pity in four With ALICE JOYCE and GUY COOMBS To-night If better pictures were the Empress would have thern MARKETS JUESDAY'S 0-MMN PRICES Winnipeg, July !w.5r-hc wheat mar ket nas anain in a mid ami everted condition, following the announce- nunl that war had aUiull) broken out tftuten Sen.a An I othtr factor which added to the hull Chicago 111 Juh ot ish nif. ement the continued war tension gave till1 win. it maikct cessively hrjh temperature the dicided lift n compiri Canadian wsst and northwest States I tivclj start I hi. bulls, nerc .1 The map shows cxtr.meh so h; that drought temperatures prevailed all had delrojul Canadian crop the west excepting northern Al the wal irom Mjnmp ill-prices ovor the tion ofwar, the bottom literally fell previous high'points.'Closing figures out and prices went down with n were to 6jci higher. lush.-.C.l'.K. sold from 1.75} io 1.75; Iil.mlian from 63 to ,59-J; Bell Tel, to 1.40: Cement to Canters to 301 Detroit to 83 Power from 2.20 to 2.11 Scotia from hcn reco cred a point pers Mpst easier but there were practicaliv no buveis in anj market One small mis cellaneoiis jobber was hammered, He stole to save a life Did he do right See it and judge for yourself WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK- MARKET Winnipeg, Man., .July was a good demand at the Union Stockyards yesterday for cattle of real good quality 'and receipts were light Prices' were unchanged; few of tha lots being able to make more than 00 Quotations were Choice steers. 660 to 700. choice heifers. 6.00 to 6.50; medium and coffi- CM1CAGO mon were unchanged; stockers and 83} unchanged. 92J The hbg market was anil prices-10 cents less all around; Choice hogs are now-' quoted at S.15 fed and wat.red; 25 cents more off.cars. LaBt night a few ears of hogs were 94A- WEEKLY MARKET LETTER nice Whales-, Limited, Union Block yardE, St. Boniface, Man., send shipped to eastern and southern mar- Klie following.Weekly market letter: kets. Receipts tor tfce pfst week are as Receipts at the C. P. R. yards for follows: '.Union Stock yards: Cattle, week were as follows: Cattle, 874; hogs, S633; sheep, 122; calves, .65. C.'.'KlK. Stock'yards: Cattle, 233; Jiogs, llSfi; sheep, 33S. Oattle receipts ohow some two hun- dred-head abort of the week previous und with a broader.deuiand the trade .been active and values have.ad- 'iTanced'iS to.25 cents'on'most grades bf blitcher stuff and 'bulls. The majority of the offerings have lieen of the half fat order; practically 310 cattle'ou' sale that coind be called flnlihed. The, bulk of the best finished steers have' sold from to J8.8ji, ,with occasional uuhch at and J7.25. Females have sold well this week, local packers' taking everything, that has 'aiiy'kill tp.it. The'best cows iiave sold at 5.50'to'.5.75, with a good class of heifers selling at 6.00 to Imllsiahowa strong quarter over last week; good 'bulls, 5.00 to com- medium kind, 4.25 to 4.75. Ths demand for milkers and springers been quiet.' The best cows hold- steady; common kind hard sellers. Stbcker'g and feeders are not com- jng in large enough numbers to ef- fect, much' change', in the market; .there is only a meagre demand at the present time. We quote prices as Xillows: Choice ste'ei-s, 7.00 to 7.25; best ,lmtcher- steers- and heifers, 6.7y to 7.00 heifi llfl; dulls, 7; calves, 39; hogs, 526. .Receipts at the Union Stockyard! for three days were: Cattle, 29; hogs, 4273; sheep, horses, 49. OUR BROOMHALL CABLE July American cables yesterday caused some selling here, and .opening values were lower.' Following; the open- ing, there vvas a sharp scramble shorts to cover, being induced by' the break in Consols, and, a report here that actual war-had commenced .be- tween Austria 'and 'Scrvir.. Russian advices continue bullish, and this of Itself is having a strong tendency in a.11 foreign mfirkfjtsi and- cargoes -are firmly held, with, spot market strong. The market here" is very nervous and during the morning some speculative interests were inclined for profits, arid this caused sonic but at the undertone was strong, to higher. New Yorlr, Juty torrent of poured-.ollt of New York to )0- fair to good butcher steers and j beginning of the War 6125 to C.50; common butcher j ,s'arc several days ago, Since last steers and heifers, 6.50 to Si2.i50 0 cows, 5.60 to 6100; mediums cows and j Infers, <.75 to 5.25; common cowsjmolt thc There is no abate- and the present oxen; 5.00 to 6.5U; medium oxen, -1.50 to common oxen, to 4.00; best bulls, 5.00 to 5.25; medium and coninion butts. to 4.75; best feed- ing steers, 5.75 to 6.00; fair to good feeding steers, 6.25 to best stackers, 6.50 to 5.75; best milk- Era and springers, 60.00 to 70.00; fair to good milkers and springers, -15.00 to Hog supply thjs'past week has been two thousand abort of thc pre- vious week, the market was active and higher, tho bulk of the sales since Tuesday being made at S cents. There Is a broad demand from both local and Dfdcp buyers. A trade IK look- Id for thc'btfangc of the week.. lish a The emergency de- for gold from Paris and Lon- don have .depleted' thc stock of gold lards'at the assay office Efld as a rc- ssilt' sonic of the gold ordered today I wos in United States coin, of which government.has on hand at this time-an amount exceeding 000 at its. various mills and sub- 'trcasiirics. Shipments for the calen- dar year arc now ih excess of OOO.GflO. This; it-is believed, is a new high mark for that period. WILL BE OIL MAGNATE Calgary, Alta., July oper- ators at. Cnlgnry will present, thc, Duke of Conuaiight with a gold der- Irlck on lite visit here, j Paris, July Caillaux, wife "of ex-Pramier Joseph Caillauv was acquifctsd today after a trial lasting nine on the charge' murdering on Match 18, last, Gaston of Figaro. HUSBAND WRATHV Paris, July 27. Joseph Caillaux today project2d himself into the spot- light at the 'trial of his wife, while the accused wife sat pathetic hud- dlsd .heap, still "suffer ing from the col- Iaps3 which caused her-to swoon ear- liei m the day trial was running smoothly with ths defense presenting testimony to show that life might 'have been saved physicians attending acted prompth Ciil laux leaped to Mi is feet and rushed to witness. "I (lemarwl an opportunity to rofut5 the allegations, made bv trnne 1 lagev he cried Uithout waiting for the. court to give .or withhold Caiilaux launch- ed into an. "attack on Flagey, a jour- nalist employed by" Figaro. Earlier Flagey testified that Caillaux attempted to oder 'him :a bribe to testify on behalf of Ma- dame Caillaux. A DAMNABLE LIE- "It's a .damnable shouted !aillaiix. "I never tried to bribe liim. The truth is that Flagey ap- proached me and asked for a bribe. I (Spurned him like a dog he The court was in an uproar. Friends of.Caillaux were cheering.or jeering. When quiet was finally re- stored the attorney, Andre 1-Iesnel, was called. He testified that he went iio Dr. Deltjot, one of the phvsicians cajled when Calmcttc was shot, to get, him to testify for Mme. Caillaux, He desisted when he found Delbet wanted payment for his evidence. This again aroused Caillaux to-.ac- tion. Resuming his stand amid min- gled hoots and groans, he presented documents to prove that money had been sought-from the defence. He then proceeded to attack Fig- aio 2- a corrupt neMci.aper prod iced Calmb'-tc's will, 1m which slain man a fortune of 000.000. .which Calmctt-o acquired by blackiuai'lihg persons whose, secret; he Tiad learned through his newspa- per staff. At this .point.Me Chenu, counsel for Galmette's. .children, iaterrupted by demanding: 'Where did you obtain that will'' 'Tell me :where Calmette got the papers he Ubed nit and I II ten p T obtainco th nih ic turned Caillaux, hotly Chenu made no" response as Gail laux waited-after.: this challenge. The ex-premier then gave (It-tailed list of stocic shares owned by Cnlmette, coin bitter1 fho editc s friendEiliip Cor M. Ghaueliaril, late pro- prietor of Louvre stores, later hi; companionship with Mme. Boursln, both of whom bequeathed Calme.ie several million dollars. C'l-enu 'leaped to Ms feet in anger shaking his fist in tilie face of Cail- laux and cried: this mud slinging at dead men." As. a follow up' gies eite'-t'd.j The Hon. Henry Pel ham-Clinton, sen of Lord Charles Pclliam-Cllnton, and grandson of that Duke of New- castle who brought the-late King Ed- ward, then Princu of Wales, to Can- aria, .has; acquired an interest in the Calgary oil fields. the Hcrald'H IIP C P R would soon'ailopt a policy of -develop- with xe0irrl to t c i evlcTsnc oil in Alberta, the Morning Aliiertsn of Calgary, which city is a ncurer the tiironc of the Big Lcrroiation than Lethhtidy. publish i'es a narrative en this same subject 1 today. It is stated that at d mating of the directors held in -Montreal two months ago, the. oil holdings of the company were discussed at some kng'th. Some of the members of tlic board were in favpr of the company putting in thc field, and developing at the shareholders' expense others favureil Die leasing of the lands royalty Irasis on thu conditioii that a certain amount c-E development work be done. Thc matter was finally, refcrrM to a com- of two, one of whom was a of Hie company's legal staff. It was statnl in Calgary yesterday William Pcarcc, for many years Great Northern Agent atFernie Has Disappeared Fernie, B.C., July J. agent of the Great Northern Railway hero, disappear- ed on Friday last, and has not been heard of since. It is feared that he suddenly became mental- ly deranged. A number of fJcials arrived here tonight, and a complete audit of Maloney's ac- counts is being made. .DR. ROCHE'S CONDITION Kochesler, Minn., July 2S.. condition of Dr. Roche continues favorable, and hopes are entertained for Ilia coin- plete recovery. Do you eat the best corn in the whole world? Perhaps ywi couldn't' say off-hand what cqrn is the sweetest and most nutritious. Then let us tell the peerless Southern White Sweet Corn which is used in making CORH FLAKES We don't stop at selecting the best corn. We take only the hearts of it. These "Sweet are cooked high temperature, then rolled into flakes. Then comes the toasting which gives them their rich brown color. Surely, when you buy Corn Flakes, you want the is Kellogg's. lOc per package Sold Everywhere Frrnic, B. C., July partr of' !l ho-vs raneinS rtoin conn.ct.d with the engineering" branch llto u -vcars of aEc' ran away. froillj of the department.of natural resourc-j.tlldr Iiroics' with lne motion of cs. and who lias had much lo'rio with i touring thc world. On reaching Llkoj what development work lias already' l8 mile.s tijej- done, might have charge of examining of, Un "THE CELEBRATED .CASE" AT THF "The Celebrated Case" at the Eint press Is truly a magnificent Hlni. The stors ib adapted from bat tie of Font.cnoy, and the rdunding the incident are most pictur esque, while the battle which Is portrayed'With the utmost sUh.tis excitement itself. one entire film, which is in four parts, and no one knows what the end is going to be until it arrives. Jean hero, interpreted Guy Coombs, latfe of one of the best stock companies in Chicago, Is a won- derfully versatile character and he serves his sentence' in 'the 'galleys without a although' lie is falsely accused of the crime for which he pays the penalty. The film is cer- tainly an entertaining one, and those who miss it are the losers. A Vitagraph comedy adds balance to ,the bill, malting the the best the Empress has yet shown. th3 petroleum' branch. "It .says the Albsrtan, C. P. R. turntable, when one of these venturesome lads, 'Harry Eastwood, that'the company has severaf engi-j U -old'- Hs. Joot ciught, and as a result, received a very 'serious injury. Two of his coin- Pan'ons started with him to his home Ferine, going along the G. N. K. ings with a viaw to ascertaining the! tracks, where they were seen by.the value Svith regard to gas and pctro- crew on the coal drag- The tram was leuhi-1' stopped-and- the boys .picked up and The C. P. R. own some very valu- carried in to Ferine, where the in- alle-property, inchiifing a section Im-l Jurod lal1 was attended by a local mediately adjoining the It is reported that two; bones of liis loot are-broken. In the matter of permanent streets -the street committee 'deserve, great j credit for the .up-to-date ipanner with: which they are commencing tho work.l Victoria avenue is to be treated, first' crushed rock and the steam roller, I afterwards other streets will receive- JDuluth, .Minn., July be- the same as. far as pos- cause she refused his overtures to- Bible before the .winter sets in. wards an naiicable adjustment of their Crow's Nest 'Pass Coal marital differences, Martin Johnson, a! I't-tl., have leased a number of .the cigar-maker of' SOU Belmont-avenue. Hosmer Uohe Ovcus and slack is be- ;o, last.night fired three shota from the Coal Creek mines to be converted into coke at 'that place. It is announced, that .Sehvyii Banwell, barrister and solicitor, lias necrs in the field, men of experience in petroleum matters to whom has assigned the duty of making a pi'rty, which, at ruling prices is worth an acre. Much of the C. .P. R. oil land is located in the south. DULUTH MOB- TRIED TO. LYNCH MURDERER from .a revolver into the back of Ills wife, Mrs. Lettic Johnson, causing her us tan Johnson fled.'hnt was overtaken by i NEW" STRIKE IN TH_E BEAVER LAKE' DISTRICT The Pas, Man., .July new strike in the Beaver Lakp district has been reported from Athapapuskow will practice under thc name bt'SIac- ncil A party- of young people travelled to Fairy Creek on .Wednesday, where a picnic was held, after which the happy throng returned to thc ciU late in the evening. A crowd of niiprpds, returning Rapids., Nas- fcoin after ''bruin, hut with- sett, II. M Brandt, W. R.. Slacken and j out avail, had narrow escape on lames Forsythe, nil old Cobalt and the Great -Northern railway near Tunnel Crook, from being ditch'ed, are the discoverers. Assays -raade here from samples talc- Jen across the leads; give these results: claiin, Doris Mackan, Dr. Waddy Moss, of the- ology in Didsbnry college, and a col- league of Prof. .Jackson, of Fernley, lect.uro famu, was elected president of conference for conec-qiicut upon the ..speeder, by which they were returning to Pernie, running into and over a small cub beai Fortunately no one was hurt, not even the hear. A later report' has it': that an irate Italian isrloofting tor the individuals who. woundod his black dbg tt is rumored, that the C. P. ,H. local .passenger train running between Kernic and Crunhrook, is to he cofltinucd after July 3 1 Hi. St. John, N. B., July Hohen, accountant of the St. Valley comnitnccd tni" morning the (jftlr day of his evidence. CKr'vell sought to the wit ness explain the difference between the last subsidy payment and the record in the evidence which showed a variance of S79fi. Hohen answered without hesitation that, the small amounts had been paid by.the department to T. M. Johns, of Wood- stock on claims on O'Connor BrM.' checks. Whsn .Mr. Carvcll sought to show Uia't th-2 builders had put no -money into ths Mr. Tead him to say-how many builders liail put money into .their very many, I said Mr., Gar veil. "I. ma'de .the statement in-patlia ment had been put .inlo'the New Brunswick railway and. it was hot gainsaid." There are 600 cotton mills In Sgain. ;