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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE Ne-v York nd Uverpoo Also Market, in An pro london Julv 31 1 he I ndon Stuck' closed uh- tiL The decision to tlose the gc takm hi the committee at a' meeting held this moroing The committee ilso in nounced: that" the" settlement) due Au- gust 13th hail beeii postponed until August" 27th, and'-that the consols', tettleraent due August 6th, had been put over, until September. 'Stocks, which, have yet to be de- luercd for the atuiunt just closed paid for. chief reason for the unprece- dented action oi the London Stock Exchange committee, was the fact that the system of credit had prac down and it was im- possible to carrv on business in Hie ordinary This situat on did riot irise Ihrough over speculation but iriecauSii hankers could .not collect margins ninth had been 1} while the same tune the rnntlmmt continued to pour stock into London Bankers .here had', been trying for davs past to get their customers to taae up this stock but the nnpob of i niimg cash and Ihe in ability to sell the securities caused cred t busyvcsh -automatically to ccass and .the closing of. the exchange tecame The stroet.: today.was, full of deal- rrs c discussing the situation "in a or less'mournful tone. I n TOO Nn VorL Julv Stock Tx chante here will not open todav KUbDS DIS COUNT I lierl n 'ulj 31 rate of di-, I court of tlvr Iinocrial Hank of Ger man was laised from 1 to 5 per cant t t o DPFOOL en ci osrs Li ol Jul) 31 Stock change here cd for business tod i MANCHESTER CLOSES Manchester' com niittet..of Manchester Stock- Ex- .ordered the' market closed to- dat GLASGOW.AND EDINBURGH Jniv Stock Li "For a Smoker, Your Teeth are in Most Excellent Condition- bright, firm and "Well, Doctor, I've been doing what the ads I've made it my regular practice to Chew it after every meal must say it has helped to keep my teeth, breath, appetite and digestion in Al shape." It's the perfect gum in the perfect package. It is made clean and then it is kept clean for you by the new waxed wrapper in which Every Package is Tightly Sealed Be sure Wrigley's MACE IN CANADA. Look for the spear WtinW.Jr. Co., Ltd.. 7 Scott'EtMt. TORONTO 13 FRIDAY'S: GRAIN MARKET TOSEEBASS, Winnipeg, news Calgary July 31.-Side by rModay had a double effect on wheat: Slde on the'eastern section of the prices at Winliipes: On the', curb Oc- Canadian Pacific irrigation project, m chEnire lere and in Ldmbiirgli both closed todav ST. LOOTS FOLLOWS SUIT eighty miles, to the St Louis Mo Juh 31 at that. October official, opcn-i Mst of Calgary, the convention Stock Bqard...of :tiic Merchants :Ex change of St: Louis was closed to- cM but it Announced that the Grain Exchange' would he'opened COFFEE EXCHANGE CLOSES Julyv coffee ex n e decided lo close until "Mondaj fe TULASlim TO UD mg had a wide gap, being all the! International Irrigation con- nay from sold to'l.0'1 so.ld.: year, are vill D-ctmher opened hiB others who 300 000 acres will e.eaUiaKy be rendered irrigable in this Eernie, B. C., July dispatch was received in the1 city this morn- ing, to the effect that a conflagration fcrty minutes, on', the as sumption that- shipments will he, from this continent and'education alomi.tlu's lino. Mrade routes unsafe' which will At the Irrigation congress, October! tToh' and showT the neeTof extinguished the hoarding house of the coal romp-ini, the laundry and the rnmncial gaol totally de- stroj M 1 hornp-5on Mill hold county i court hsre (in Monday next. :.The U Munaton D C July a "pHiniTup stocks at ter-' 5 to 9 will' be 'practical j ret n VtAdio uwl a statement I mjriai pt.ints and probably, for a time: irrigationists from localities where the treasury depart-; e JO .'o'clock.. October' widely different conditions prevail m-' ii "now stands is an nient nil) help as far as rt legiti JwaB down 'December follow-j eluding many from countries where uoc Cl ds m.itcly. may" in New York or else- ing in sympathy.' Prices af 12 o'clocki conditians arc similar to those stood -lor October and 93jt, Alterta. The existing diflicuKiefa of for decline of i these irrigationists have been met ex- cl tremch one consisting of the The Million Dollar Mystery Thanhouser's Million Dollar Motion Picture Production 3tory by HAROLD MACGRATH .Scenario by LLOYD LONERQAN AN ALL" STAR CAST Sidney Hargrenve, Hie millionaire.............................Alfred Norton Jones, Hargreave's butler ....................................Sidney Bracey Florence Gray, Hargreave's daughter...................'.....Florence LaBadle TliB Countess Olgo Snow .11 m Norton, a newspaper CruKe Susan, Florence Gray's .companion................._..............Llla Chester Braine, of (lie conspirators........................v........Frank Farrington This is the most stupendous motion picture muni costly, most remarkable production ever brought first achievement of a motion picture forty-six rods long. There are nine miles of. film, hnolvlng love, romance and adven- ture. This theatre will present to you two-reel episodes of this exciting drama once each week; each episode will 1m filled with thrills and sensations never before attempt- ed. As tlie story progresses week by week, a startling mystery will be unraveled. It, will show the mysterious ceremonies of The Black; secret band of Russian millionaires. It will thrill you with the experiences'of Florence Oray, the millionaire iieiress whose fortune (lie plotters are attempting to fall of a balloon In death-defying portrayal of a. railroad breath-taking escapes of ihe heroine from the clutches of You will see, for the first, tlpie, scenes of ihe ocean bottom's mysterious life and taken under water at tremendous expense. This first episode will reveal the secret sessions, of the plotters, the uncanny dis- appearance of the million dollars and the remarkable escape of the millionaire Har- reave, even though surrounded1 at every point by his death-dealing pursuers. Each episode shown, each week lereafter at this theatre will hold you enthralled ,until the very last inch of the, last reel. In cash will be awarded for the best 100 word solution of See the pictures, follow the developments each week and then send in vow-ablution--- you have the chance to win the 508 TRAVERS Travers, Alta., .luly Gree- man building on North St. will be completed tin's week. A from Vulcan is putting ib a large building on South Slain street-for a restaurant. it is thought that the. mun who is running the Farmers' elevator at Retlaw will come down here two days out of 'the for the farmers here at present. All the late grain is burning up out here. just have a few good fields oi' wheat on summer fallow. As there is nothing else to do some of the men are making trips to the river to fish. Travers beat Enchant Friday af- terndon by the score of 15 to 2. The U. F: A. dance in the evening was well attended. The farmers will give .another dance August 7th. Every- body, welcome. A gasoline light will bought for the hall. 'Mrs. Holden spent tiie week-end at Turley home near Iletlaw. Koumis is able to be up.and around again after, a week's MisV Stamp went lasl Tuesday sister to LelhbriUgc hospi- ftal, as she has been ailing for some The post olfice was moved from Charters' place to Mr. .Hay's store.( 'Sir. Charters recently had Iho Sweet .Valley'officer Manning is getting .along all Tight -alter, accident- in- Letli bridge at the iron .factory. He had a TONIGHT 'A Message from Macs' WITH Charles Hawtrey The Famous English Actor in the Title Role vhere d irniv, the present situation DFLHI RUb bUSVFNDl D Nriv Joh governors cf th N -w i ork Stcck "Lxchangt an Bounced tha't .all'delireries' wonlil ln until further notice And Another New York, -July Consoli- dated Stock Exchange, ivhich opened In advance of the decision notio open following cases Criminal, S. mcrman, charged with having -ob- goods nr.dci'j false pretenses Once more- the theatre-going public (are to he treated to an excellent class of entertainment. For the first three days of next Manager Wil- scii lias arranged for Pantages Vaude- ville unequalled excellence, and ac- cording to the Calgary critics tlie bill to he presented is the best seen for many moons: It is to be hoped that the patronage accorded will merit the continuance of this high class vaudeville, .as although- photo- plays have a great part in the 'am'iseinent world of today yet one misses the voices'and animation, the AN APPRECIATIVE .READER Tlie Herald gets niuch fav- orable comment'on Its conser-j vative statements regarding rainfall, crop conditions and oil Hows. This is much better than the exaggerated reports of other daViies., CONSTANT READER. Coaldale. fying portrayal a railroad wreck- tile breath-taking escap.es of .the, hero- ine from the yillairis. ;You will see, for Ume, scenes 'of. the ocean-bottom's mysterious j and taken, under tremendous expense. This first-epiBode 'will reveal the secret sessions of the; un- canny, disappearance of the million dollar's, and the remark'ahle th'e millionaire Hargreave, 'even though' surrounded at ever point'by his death-dealing pursuers. "Each epi- sode shown each week at this- the- atre will hold you enthralled until: the very, ;laat inch of the- last reel. Ten .thousand .dollars in cash will be awarded for the-best hundred word solution of this mystery. "See the pic- tures, follow the developments. each week, 'and then send in your solution have the chance to win the dumb aciicn at times.becoming some- Chicago. July The Chicag; Stock Exchange wjlllbe closed today. Pittlburg Closes P.lf Pa'., -July Tlie Pitts- fcurg. Stock RxcbangOj was closed to- day until' fiirther'notice. So Boston Boston, Mass., The gov- erning hoard of local Stock Ex- change decided not to open the change-today. Cotton Exchange Closes .New ..La., .Inly 31. The i -o7- New Orleans' CoUo'n'Exchange closed today until further notice. Baltimore Closes BaltimoreuMd., July The Balll- more Stock Exchange was closed to- day. untH'further notice. Dec........ July Oct........ PI ax- July Oct........ 1.02-97J 93 CANADIAN BONDS IN LONDON London, "July deben- tn'rea quote'd at discount are: Dbmlh- fon of Ctiinda 3: Ca-: nadlan Northern, Greater Winnl- Water, 2: Canadian Imperial To- liacco; 2: Province of Ontario, Quebec, South Vancouver Svper cents., City of Montreal is riuot- ed at iiremlum. The..Reid Brothers are giving central sariltor'" in .In St; John, and .seventeen -branch, hospitals through- out Newfoundland, to fight Uifoerculo- ils. In Brantford 'members of the Greek Oftliodojc -Including many TlusBlan Slavs, trying to secure funds' for the erection of a church, as >Uq arc the Turks to get a mosnue. 1.55 I.-SB Dec............................ 1.5-H CASH PRICES No. I Nor; .2 N'or.................. ?So. 2 C. W. No. 1 Feed Barlet- Xo. 3 No. -1 He'ectcd............ Ii'lax-T NO. i N. No. 2 C. W.................' No. 3 C.-W................. MINNEAPOLIS' Wbcalr- Jiily Scpt............................ !H> ill? CHICAGO Sept features.of the lirut congress in Can- ada; and will ftoinonslrate to visitors 401 wn-i'; extent irrigation 1ms heen 38J developed in '.Vcstcrn Cnhada. This project has about twenty-five hun- dred iniles of canals and tributary .1.51 1.53 1.55 1.501 95J 9-1 ,38 37 5-1 51 48 1.49} 1.-I6-J l.'Mj Dec 10J 11 91 .91J :90j- 02 S8i 88) '11 ditches and cost millions of dollars. Charles JIaycr. The lire at New Dundee, Ont., re- sulting in the total destruction of Buck and Lautenschlager's general store, the branch of the Union Bank, and the new Dundee hotel, by It. Is believed; that one of the On- ,rio Senate vacancies will go to njor Beallic, of London, and an- her may go to Hon. Thomas Sproule of the Commona. Let Your Wives Rest Tell them to buy our choice COOKED MEATS This Hot Weather DELANEYS LIMITED Phone 452 CHANCE TO WIN The "Million Dollar thrilling, story hv Local theatre-goers will be delighted to hear that arrangements have been made for "Kitty New York's greatest success of last season, to stop .off'here for a brief visit on. her long transcontinental journey. Owing t'o an unexpected Changei in the theat- Magratli, lrlc.8l niap.'. WilliamVElllott, the prpdiic- comes to Stai'iand next Wednesday Ing .manager, is able to and Thursday, with an all-star east, in- cluding: Sidney Hargeave, the niillion- aire, Alfred Jones, Har- greave's butler, Sidney Bracey; Flor- ence Gray, Hargreave's ence LaBadie: tlie Countess Olga, lUarEuerite Norton, a news- paper reporter, James Cruze; Susan, Florence Gray's conipanion, Llla Ches- ter; Braine'i oiie of the conspirators, Frank Farringtdn." _' This is the mopt stupendous motion picture ever most.cpat- ly, Tnost remarkable production ever brought first achievement of a motion picture forty-six reels long. There-are nine miles of film, involv- ing-love, romance and adventure. This theatre, will present to you two-reel episodes of this exciting drama ,unce each each episode will be flll- with sensations never before attempted. As the story" nro- greaaea .week by week, a startling mystery will 'he It Bliow you 'the mysterious ceremonies of the.B'iack' band of Russian It: will thrill you with the 'experiences ot Florence tha- millionaire fortune tho plotters are attempting to fall of n balloon In deftth-de- pany Into' the wesfef.ivteVitory from the Comedy Theatre, N-ew York, where the nlay has been on view for more than one year, So great has been" the'demand of theatregoers for a visit of this clever lassie that three other companies haye been organized to present throughout the east and middle west. "Kitty's" popularity was assured' from the time set foot on' the, stage of the Comedjr Theatre; 'col- umns of praise have been 'written ab- out her, and her thousands of friends, have gone forth .from tlie metropolis to sing her praises throughout, the land. "Kitty" Is a Scotch-.lassie, dif- ferent-from seen on the stage and her trinmphs and tribu- lations in are saiii to be so funny that they have to be soen to be enjoyed. The same tompany that appeared in Now will be segn and' is B-.icli' well known players as Marjprle AlurraV Bernard Thorn ton, WaBficc Ersklne Eleanoi Daniels Rule Pyfttt, James -Rn- layeon, others; Look "Kitty Maekay." will Lethbrldge' thoatre TONIGHT 2 REEL SPECIAL WHARF RATS Life in Ihe Underworld. A ROLLICKING KEYSTONE COMEDY A Very Pretty Story DRIFTING HEARTS Full of Heart Interest EMPRES 10c ISc .2 Reel Pathc Drama "In Royal Bondage'' An Exciting War Story Biograph Comedy "Because of a Hat" -trouble! ofa'Bonnet Always In the Lead' Herst-Selig Pictoral Thrilling, Instructive, Entertain- Ing Others: DYNAMITE" ?T.HE GRANITE INDUSTRY" 'THE SPEED'LiMIT" ONE-FOUR NEWS Onefour, July M. Jones, of New Day ton, has been looking lot a claim in this district, .1. N. Current has returned iti'-iiit in 2-5, after dence-in Kcdcliffe. I art .ipe jm Creek and the li.cal pickers: are-Busy, Ho will have a new mail scnice bn -llh the mail uill come from Vfjm Hi res In wav of romtej, it Onefour 6pm each ncsdn Mill will tor berrlH at 7. o'clock --Ft day morning, reaching thru the same daj TM trip from Onefour to Sage Creek hack uill be made on J. AViltins is the ;