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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, HERALD THE WESTERN STOCK EXCHANGE t Block, Fifth Street Open for Business lues., June Continuous, Exclusive.Information at any time during day, by Private Leased Wire. MORNING BULLETIN CONTAINING, LATEST.INFORMA- TJON FROM OIL EACH MORNING AT O'CLOCK. OUR GUARANTEE IS AUTHENTIC AND RELIABLE IN- FORMATION WITH ALL OIL MARKETS, AND WE WILL BE IN YOUR BUSINESS .WITH IMMEDIATE Give Us Your Listings WE BUY'AND SELL ON COMMISSION ONLY CERTIFICATES ONLY DEALT WITH JOHN WILSON, Manager PAGE THREE Montreal, cauii into our port hole and it reach-] ect my shoulders before I eouM got u the portholo to shut it. I3y that the ship was heeling over that it -was difficult to get rd the siren blowing a great got up to look out of the to sec 'whether another vessel, or were for a Dllot. I had just nut out through the port hole collier drove rJelit Into'us e. Then we gradually to ono side." rtsmah John Fowler oC Van- couver described his narrow escape from Ilia friend, Harry Brooks, Was in the cabin with him, and he hafe gone down. tried! to quiet the people when I got (continued Fowler, "by tell- .that it was all right, anil that the ioat would right herself. I saw a two children, a small baby and one little girl of six, and I put a life ijelt each, which I grab- bed froni tjie spare ones by the side of the stairs. I took them on Occ't and in a of panic we lost oach GRAIN PRICES Juno Opening and -closing on exchanges today .were-: 'Sl.uly: Oct. ,SJuly Open Close 954 8H 88J- 361' 381 Oct. ...._.., Nov. l.-iui 1.43} I CASH ERICES Spring 1- Nor. '.No. 3 Jxor. ''3 C. .W, _.i. 3 C, W. ....._i, .No. 1 Feed ._._.. JN6.-..1- Feed: Ko. 2 Feed 'No.'-3' .Ko. 4 -Jluiectcd Feed 0. 1 N, W. 'No. 20. IV. No: 3 C. .AV. MINNEAPOLIS Whcat- '.Jnly. 00 J Sept. 88 _ 'Dec. '8SJ- 1.44.J 1.1.34 ,37 j' .37i -IS 451 1.39J 1.3GJ 1.2'1-J CHICAGO 'July Sept. i FIRE WIPES OUT CORINTH, KENTUCKY Corinth, Ky., .luno almost out this villago today, causing a loss estimated at Nine- teen, buildings in the business district burned. -Only, ,ouo store re- mains. Taken to--; OIL FIELDS EAST OF COUTTS AND MILK RIVER DISTRICT Smith Bros. Garage, Milk River .The statement -which' tlie'General Manager oE the- Merchants Hank oi Canada has just placed before its 'shareholders, will he good' reading tp who, are. inter, estcd in-Canada's commercial pro- Despite'the wise caution, which the progressive manage- ment hiid'to exercise during a year, even more than usually troublous, profits were practically the same'as those of 1912.. The realized', shows and; I don't know if any saved. k Everyone hundreds of iMJpple in the water all uround. t lifeboats wr-ro picking thorn and after I hail been swimming a considerably time towards them I that tlity were crammed full, and so I turned 'to tho left, and swam about three hundred feet to a boat in whlcu there wereVelght men. A sailor toKl me they could not take any more in or the boat would sink, although there were .only eight in it. But 1 hung oil to the side, and after abont ten minutes they let me get on board. Tlieu I was taken to the Eureka, and got hold of a sailor's raincoat and sat around room. "The ITONIGHTI The Greatest Feature Ever Crossed the Atlantic 'i S otli them struggling to get on deck, and if I bad not had sUonglh I could not have got away. -I (flimbod up to the second saloon deck, and went along there mid sa'sv Miiis Wlllimolt struggling to get up the Sjteps. She could hot .do so as the boat was listing so badly and lot of water in, the passage, into wli'icli she fell back. "She ashed me 'to.Jielp.iher, and I got a. rope from one of the boats on ,deck and got her to tie one end round her, and I pulled her up the steps and told her to follow me and hang oa to the rope. She did so until the ship "went down and 1 with it. 1 saw her afterwards at Kim- ouski, and she told mo 1 had sored her life. She gave me her address, 71 High. Oak road, Ware, .England. "The shin was so much to one.side that you could walk on her plates like on a floor. We slid down to the water's edge and somebody "grabbed Miss WillimoU. I- went down; .with the ship and .was carried down an awful depth. the boilers in the engine captain was breaking his heart. His only sorrow 'was that ho was and !iij passengers weca 'ost. He did hot want 10 he rescued and dirt not'Tsnow how he was he added; Fowler was1 one of the few who actually saw; tho collision between the Empress and the Storstad. "I saw the. Storstad ar-. preaching be said. "Was there.Vany fog at the he was he 'replied. "There was fog, but" it was 'not very thick." "Did you- notice whether the Km- I.TCBB had her siren "Yes, was the reply. noticed it just before the collision." "The "Mr. Fowler continued, "did notvaeebuto be at all severe. 1 just felt It, and had no idea the result would be so' serious. "-When the Empress went down I was carried down with her. I suppose H must have been the rush of escap- ing air. which drove me to the sur- face again. 1 K'wam around in tbe about twenty min- utes before I was nicked up." A well-tiuiit young fellow, Kenneth was disinclined to go into th.e part Ji6 .had played, but a Sa'iva- tion Army officer, also a survivor, re- lated how Mr.. Mclntyre had taken his own -lifebelt off in the few min- utes' before the Empress took her last plunge, and put it about a womau 'who stood" close by, who was saved. Magnificent Production THE CRUSADERS 4 Big Acts Stirring Episodes Remarkable Scenes MISS OLIVE RICHARDS IS COMING 03 2. By the" steel instead of brass in rifle cartrWges the German army "There wore people and bodies all 1 has the number of rounds around me as I struggled liard to get j Of a soldier can to the surface. I fought my way up j carry from 120 to 160. GLENWOOD ITEMS Glenwood, Alta., JMay Mfas Jessie Clark and II r. Jordan Law were united in marriage on the 28th inst., Bishop Ed'ward Leavitt performing the ceremony. The people of Glenwood all join in this very popular 3'oung couple a pleasant journey to- gether through life. On Sunday, May 24, the Stake Sun- 17.8 per cent, on the average capital employed 'during the twelve months the bank's capital now stands at S7rlday. School Union Board visited the and its rest at the same fig- Gienwood Sunday school. There wer-3 The-MerL'hanU Bank ot Canada lias been tin. important factor in the de- velopment of. Western Canada, and its branches are scattered very generous- ly throughout the- Provinces of Mani- toba, A Iherta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia. The ".increased capitalization will doubtless enable tlie Merchants to sliil further both assist in this de- velopment and he helped by it. The President, and his co-Directors, liave good reason to be satisfied with the showing'made, while the public will sec once more that with good management, and tbe extended knowl- edge and division of risk which a bank like the Merchants achieves through its numerous- .ami widely- scattered branches, enables it to make even if in cer- tain sections, conditions are quite unfavorable, NEWIRAIN COLUMBIA'S 'BOAT REACHES I RESCUERS With. four, starving, 'enfeebled men -who worn of. nftocn flnibarkcri from tiiiO: burning Leylnnd liner llttlo lifuliont wlilcli lind tossed about the Atlantic for four.toen days, was pinked up by Ilia U. S. revenue cutlor Seuocn. GREAT FALLS .TRAIN TIME IS TRAIN STOPS TWO HOURS The summer schedule on the C. P. R. wont into, effect last night. The Great Falls train is changed as inti- mated in tho Herald some time ago, most of tho_ other trains are altered to spme extent. The north- bound .Medicine Hat-Calgary train, via Aldersydc, in Lethbridge for two hours and twenty minutes. The schedule is as followp1- arrives 4.25 and departs 4.35. Kootenoy-Medicino 2J.10, 2-1.30. _ Medicine Ilat-Caigary, via AI- dorsydo, H.Ofi, 18.25. 51i, Calgary-Medicine Hat, via Al- dorsydc, 13.-IO, 13.50. 539, via Mac- departs 17.30. S3S, Calgary-TjOthbridge, via Mac- IcodV arrives 13.25. Letlihridge-Crcat .parts S. 10: i Great Falls-LeUibridge, arrives 17.20. 5GB, Leih'brldge'fiaYUston, departs fiGT, Cardstoii-Lcthhridgo, arrives a'.an. "Daily. Trains 638 and 639 to anil from Alacleod onlv on Sunday, present: Edw. G. Cahoon, superihtphd' ot; I. w. T. Smith. assistant superintendents, with the fur! quorum 9f members. A. very profitable and entertaining time was spent by all. The Glonwood Ball club is going full swing no'w. Thes new management, un- der Levi Webster, is proving a suc- cess. The team is in 'better shape this season than for tho past, two years. Several Glenwood citizens took ad- vantage of the holiday on L.upire day to visit ths annual celebration at Leay- Ht. Among those who went were Bishop Leavitt arnd his brother, Edwin Leavitt, D..A. Wight and v.ite. All re- port a very pleasant time. "MY STOMACH !S FINE Mn. J. Mtrkhuger, W.tcrloo, Ont, enthnsitstietlly recommends NvDni -Co Tablets. Her experience frith them, u she outlines it, explain! why. "I wu greatly troubled with my shi- writes. "Ihadukenso much medicine that I might say to take any more would only be making it worse. My stomach just felt raw. I of Dyspepsia Tablets, five them a trial and really they worked wonders. Anrone having anything wrong with his stomach should give Nft-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets a trial, they will do the rest. My stomach u fine now and I can eat anj food." One of the many good features of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia TabltU k that they an so pleasant and easy to take. The relief they give from heartburn, flatulence, biliousness and is prompt and permanent. Try one after each they'll make yon feel lite a new person. box at yotir druggist'i com- pounded by the National Drtg and Chemical Co. of Canada, limited, Montreal 141 EMPRESS 10c 15c Where the Heart Calls TWO REELS PATHE SPECIAL The Fatal Scar INTENSELY INTERESTINO Vitagraph Comedy WITH BUNNY IN THE LEADING ROLE TODAY AND TOMORROW Canadian Pacific Railway Townsites 'Dollai'd, SoulMork, Knollys, -Ea'venscrag, Palisade, Eobsart, Vidora, .Gonsul, Sonatc, Qovenlock and Altiiwan. Sale oi' Lots in the Tcnvnsiles above named will be held as follows: DOLLARD, MONDAY, 15tii JUNE SOUTHFORK ....MONDAY, 15th JUNE KNOLLVS .TUtSOAY, iotn JUNE RAVENSCRAG..... ..TUE'SDAY, jeth JUNE PALISADE.'... .WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE ROBSART... 17th JUNE WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE CON3UJ ____ THURSDAY, '18th JUNE THURSDAY, 18th JUNE 'SOV'ENLOCK.. FRIDAY, iSth JUNE A.UTAWAN FRIDAY, 19th JUNE These Towns are allisituated on the biirn-Lctlibridge Branch. Price lists and plans cim be obtained on upplication to the Sales Branch. Department of Natural Resources CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, CALGARY, ALBERTA. ALLAN CAMERON, General Superintendent of Cranbrook. May celestial by the name of Jfah Sing is a week end visitor at the city police station, having been arrested and placed there Saturday afternoon by Chief of Po- lice Adams, who also secured an opium pipe and outfit. Mali Sing will he up lor trial Monday. Chief Adams is determined to stamp out opium smoking and this is about the fourth successful raid he has made on the celestials in the.past two months. Drew "and Duncan IfcFarlane of'Kiniberley, were Cranbrook vis- itors Friday last......... Al. Mutz, of the Feraie-Fort i Steele Brewing spent a lew days in town this week. i Joe Mills of Wattsburg, spent Sun- day, in this city. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Women's Institute will be held in Maple Hall Tuesday, June 2nd, when a button-hole competition will be giv- en. Orangemen of this district will this year celebrate the 22-Hh anniversary bribe Battle of the Boyne in this city, for which preparations are nicely under way. Among the lodges expected to celebrate here on Mon- day the 13th of July, are Creston, Cranbrook, Fernie, Hosmer, Blair- more, Hillcrcst, Wilmer.. The mem- hcrs of the Fernie Ladies' Orange Lodge are also expected. The com- mittee in charge are arranging a pro- gram of athletic events of consider-- able interest, include a la- crosse match. -This -will in-all prob- ability be the biggest Orange celebra- tion "held in this district for many years.. 'The funeral ot the-Iate W. Al-Park was held from Knox -Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon, with the '.Knights of Pythias and oi 'R. T, in attendance'. who was 44 years old, passed away after a very-short ill- ness from pleurisy and pneumonia, and leaves a wife, four daughters and a son. Just two months ago, the oldest child of tbe family, Earl, was buried, having die'd from injuries re- ceived in an having been run 'over by cars iu one ot Staples Lumber Co. camps. Rev. T. W. Williamson, general sec- retary of tho British Columbia Sun- day school association, and Miss S. E. Spencer of the elementary depart- ment, arrived in the city Saturday afternoon. On Sunday Mr. William- look the lici'vicc in the Metho- dist church, and Miss Spencer in the Baptist church. At the afternoon Sunday school services Mr. William- son spoke to the children in the Pres- byterian school, .and Miss Spencer. ir. the Methodist school. Sunday ev- ening Mr. Williamson occupied the pulpit of the Baptist church and Miss Spencer spoke to the Presbyter- ian congregation. Monday afternoon Miss Spencer in the Baptist church at 4.15 will demonstrate primary work and teach a lesson. Mr. Wil- liamson 'will speak on the Four-Fold Development rff Life. In the cVftning Miss Spencer will give an address and Mr. .Williamson will give a report of the World's International Sunday School Convention recently held at Zurich. ELEVEN MINERS KILLED IN. EXPLOSION :OF GAS Leeds, England, May coal miners were killed and a'number of others injured today by nn explosion of gas in 'the Silks tone colliery at WlwrncUHc. Have you experienced the pleasure of SKATING Gather a number of friends and you :wilB find that-an evening spenfi in skating will1 provide a real jolly time. The Rink is-cool and well ventilated. Floor is good. MUSIC Afternoon 2-5 Evenings 7-10.30 Tree Instruction for Beginners in Afternoon The! Cosy Roller Rink Under ?sTew Management and Managed Righti OUR -MUTUAL GIRL AT The seventh series of "Our Mutual Girl" is to be seen fin thi great four-part f feature photoplay, The synopsis of "The Cruaadere is as follows The Turks, led :byi the'brave Turkish Clorinda; i have totally de stroyed Jhe .war engines of the Christ- ians, arid when..; the latter attempt-to cut new trees, they find the forest has "been bewitched by the powers of Sultan, and the trees will not yield to the axes of the Christian knights, succeeds in overwhelming every dan- ger and (breaking the spell. New en- gines are constructed; oa their 'won- derful ibeaelglng towers the Christ- ians once more advance to the at- tack against the city, and after des- perate hand-to-hand conflicts on the In a series of wonderful scenes, Reynolds, the fearless knight, walls and battlements of the Holy City, they conquer dan opponents, and enter the city in great trlump'h'. tip the cross before the assembled knights, and.when they want him to be king he declines, saying that he cannot consent to wear a crown in tbe city where his Saviour was crowned; 'with thorns. Interwoven wltli all the mov- ing accidents by field and'flood Is" the charming love story between Tancred and Clnrinda, the baptism of the lat- ter when she is wounded to death be- ing one of the most affecting scenes in the entire play. Dont' fail to see this great masterpiece. Once seen never forgotten. ANOTHER MASTER PMOTO-PLAY Patrons of tbe Empress are remind- ed of thVextra special six-reel Master photo-play, 'which comes to this house of features for Wednesday and Thurs- day only. The title of this play is in it are portraj-ed by the well-known Master .players, some of the evils of industry and the toils of labor. The film was shown all over Europe, and attracted wide attention. Today and tomorrow wiU.bc sho'wn ripping Vitagrapli comedy, with Buiiny in the leading -role, and such players as Flora Finch, Wallie Van and Lillian Walker as.supporters. This is an unusually funny skit, and just the thing to balance the programme "NVhere the" Heart a special two-reel production is in itself a fea- ture worthy of high commendjtton, and may be seen Iu addition to the- other well chosen films for today. The Pathe special, com- pletes one of the best Mils that it has been the pleasure of the Empress man- agement to offer their large' list of-sat- isfied patrons, Hotel Outlet Proctor, B.rCi G. and U. Snow, Propij FSSHINQ BOATING--BATHINO TENNIS The Tourist and Pithing Resort of the Kootenays WRITE CANOES AND BOATS AT FACTORY PRICES I have the Exclusive Agency for tlie OLD TOWN CANOE COMPANY, If you contemplate getting a Canoe for the summer, call and get my prices. Cauoes from 528.00 up, t.o.b. factory. WILL HAYTER 611 15th Street South Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. I Tonight Starland 'MUTUAL GIRL 1 Did you ever try The New Restaurant FOR THE Best 25c Meal THE CITY.: ,ONCE i Commercial Oyster and Chop House 2 doorj.from- Lethbridje-.Hctel Shilohm _ oll nose nnly. ann diyci flmCB renuilj. ;