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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LlTHBtUOGE DAILY HERAI.D WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914 PAGE THREE THE WESTERN STOCK EXCHANGE CAN BUY OR SELL SHARES IN QUICKER TIME THAN ANY OTHER AGENCY They Have The ONLY Leased Wire In The City MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Jian lune TV ere the prevailing pilcei on the f rain exchanges todaj Wheat- No 1 Northern 1'S No j NorUiein Jt 1 Northi-rn (p Vi Jvo 4 SSM ho a 8014 leed ]v.o c ho 3 C Ex. No. I Feed 1 Peed No: 2 Feed TS'o. 3 No. 4 Rejected 3'eefl JkO 1 X C C Minneapolis Wheat Open July Srptembu DLcembu itih September U tcmbci 0 "40.. 40 4 140-T1 1 ivi 1 >vi Close SOii Chicago Wheat FRECKLES Now It the Tims tb'Gel Rid of These Ugly Spots There's no longer the slightest need of'faellng ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription double guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply get an' ouiice of double any druggist and apply a'llttle of it night and morn- in0" and you should soon see that even the worst freckles 'have.begun to dis- appear, while, the 'lighter ones have vanished entirely.. It is seldom that more than an ounce is'needed to com- pletely clear the. skin qiuT.gaiii a beau- tiful clear complexion. -Be sure 'to ask for the double strength this is. sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckles.. J.-D. Iligiubotham Co., Limited. Advt. A Rest For Your Wife UINMlMC, LlU-slOCK MVKivLT Winnipeg June 3 U till stock vnrils on Monday there was a fair c' marnl for all elates oi Ine stock, t c supph I- ing about cciiiil to the li iiiiicmcntij F in quantities of both c-Ulr- anil an hi-i IL, shipped to cf-lnn niuUis I rnm the Union Marc's Mi 11 Lais 01 hogs bluppld tail and mis cattle, anil 1 car hogs south. On Monday 1 i. stoiAcis shipped west i ices remain unchanged, choice 11 wet quoted At to SO, LI 01 e luileis SB ij to Si 00 best b Us mn c i shall uc t-. r 1 tions bow iicing SI 7 to Jo'i the hog market is steady, choice, bunches wire quoted foil and walered, and 25 cents more off cars. 6UFFS. AFTER LLOYD GEORGE Criccieth, Wales, June ET.UCS today visited In force the con- stituency of IJavid Lloyd George, the Chancellor of the Exchequer addressing an open-air meeting: The women first tried to create a panic among the audience, but summarily ejected. They then irarad- cd the main street, shattering with hummers 'windows in many stores nml residences. The police arrested sev- eral.of them. Ottawa, Out., last state of flic Canadian Northern bill was reached this' morning after a debate which lias lasted fairly contin- uously since .May 13th; When the bill came, up for third reading today, Sir Wilfrid -LauFier rose to speak. He declared that since the present ad- ministration had come into power the company, when tlie present measure had passed, would have received at i the hands .nt the Dominion upwards lie declared lhal in the. facfo! the figures presented, and of the accounts oi tlie company, the forty-five mil- lions now proposed would not finish the lint-. "We have to call a halt some lie said. "We liittsl carry on the en- terprisc. cannot allow it to de- said Sir Wilfrid, "but instead ,of the present arrangement we pro- I pose lhat we should have-power to acquire absolute control of the cnter- I prise since we have supplied the mon- ey to build it." The amendment- proposed by tlie Have ;soii iliouglit what it, would mean to your wife 'if she had work to she could turn an hour spent in into an hour of leisure or pleasure? How she would enjoy much good it would do her. She can have it il you ask her to make use of the Service we can render in supplying Cooked Meats. Why-let your wife cook meats over a hot. stove when our Superior .Quality Cooked Meats not only save her. hut tempt the appetite .as well .these hot dujs. Talk it Over With Your Wife Tonight DELAiVYS LIMITED Phone 4.52. I J 300 MORE ONTARIO FARMERS FOR WEST THE UHE MR: Toronto, Out., June1 Three hundred Ontario farm- era left this afternoon: by C. P. train for western Canada, to make homes for them- selves und their families. Two special trains reached tlie Un- The anwndmcnt- lon rtemn todav with six him- I leader of the opposition was as fol-1... Of the party i lows 130 remained in Toronto, "Under existing circumstances no balauce wwe I assistance should be given to the rinnarla. IN HEAHT OF CITY EOTEL SAVOY SKATTLE Storlw of Soliil Comfort" In the centre of aiid PTI botlimdw. Mildintr nboliilcly stctl and marble, EUROPEAN Witk I Canadian Northern rnil'-vay company j unless lit tlie some time the govern-' incut lias power-in a reasonable time, to acquire ownership of the entire stock of the company at a price to fixerl "by arbitration, hut not to thirty million dollar. Hon. L. P. Pcllfiticr declared that the government had power at present to expropriate the, and that the.' amendment was not needed. He stated that the foundation had Isesn laid for great future benefits and that the government had left nothing undone which could have been done. Hon. William Piigslcy was speaking when the Mouse rose at one o'clock. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited R. Freight Sheds 1163 OKIc. i 462 Etablo 10" GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC .An Immense area of the most fertile land In Western Canada fur sale at low prices, ranging from to f30 per acre tor t.on-Irrigat- ed'lands and CiS to per acre for Irrigated lands, Terms, one- twentieth balance in .19 an- nual Instalments. Loan for farm development up.'to also re- payable in 20 years. Interest at only B per cent. For full particulars apply to WILSON A SKEITH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT. OF NATURAL' RESOURCES, Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridft, Alberta, Ottawa, Ont, June probably will be late in the summer before the members of the. Stelaiisson party who arc marooned oh. Wrangle Island, arc barU lo civilization. Hon. J. Hazrn in the Commons this morn- ing in replying to a question which was put, by lion. Frank Oliver, yes- terday a.s to wr.r.t ntcps b" taken" for 1 he relief of. the mo.mhcra of the expedition said on May aOUi tlie department o! marine sent ji message to Captain Bartlctt of the Karluk asking him for, advice as to the best way to rescue the cxpodi- I'lion. A reply was -received yesterday I from Captain Bartlctt, which staled that tlu> only, vessels likely tri visit those waters this summer arc two Russian-icebreakers, the Tayriiir and the Waigriiitoli and the United States revenue cutter Bear. Mr, Hazon said that nei5otiatiults'had hern entered in- Ito.witli both tho United States and I Russian governments and that ir- rangements. would he made to have thV> party taken oil ilie Island. for points in western Canada. ,j 15TOCK EXCHANGE CLOSED jlJontreol, Que., Juno was no' session of tile, local stook market todas', owiivp: to celebration of the King's blrtlufny hero WOMEN CAN HARDLY BELIEVE j How Mrs. Hurley Was Re- stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. i Etfon, Mo. "I was troubled with displacement, inflammation and female weakness. For two years I could not stand on ray feet long at a time and I could not walk, two blocks without en- during cutting and drawing pains down my right side which increased every month. I have been at that time purplo in the face and would walk tlie floor. I could not lie down or sit still sometimes for a day and a night at a time. I waa nervous, and had very little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, and often felt as though I had not a friend in the world. AfUr-.I-iind tried mosteverv female remedy without suc- cess, my mother-in-law advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did so and gained in strength every day. I have now no trou- ble in any way and highly praise your medicine. It advertises S. T. HURLEY, Eldon, Missouri. Remember, the remedy which did this was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For sale everywhere. It haf helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displace- tumors, irregularities, periodic palna, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous prostration, after all other means have failed. Why don't you try it? Lydia E. Piakham Co., Lynn, With an attendance that warranted the importance of the event, Llie late John Neidig, for a quarter of a cen- tury, a'pioneer in Lethbridge, was lai'd to rest yesterday afternoon. The pallbearers, George C. Dainty, Mitford, Joseph Noel, ,F. Smith, Win. Porter and Robert 'Nini- mohs, have all been members of the Canadian Order of Foresters for up- wards of thirty years, and Mr. Nlm- mons is a charter member of tlie Lethbrtdge lodge, which was institut- ed by the. deceased over twenty-four years ago. About fifty members of the local lodge accompanied the re- mains to the foal resting place in the public cemetery, and showed by their profuse display of flowers .and wreaths, as well as by their. attend- ance, tlie high esteem in which the deceased was held, as a man, a broth- er and a friend. Rev. C. Grant, of the Lutheran church, conducted the service, which was held in English and German. The cortege passed from Hurst's un- dertaking parlors to the church and thence to the cemetery. All of the immediate family, five sons and four daughters, were among the mourners. The following is a list of the flow- ers Canadian Order of: Foresters, largo wreath on easel; mother, sons and laughters, gates ajar; Knlgbts of Py- thias, wreath: Air. and Mrs. Frache, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Pulley, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Toole, spray; Mr. and Airs. H. G. Coekle, cross; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith, spray; Helier Lang sprayi Mrs. J. B. Rudd, spray; Dr Steele, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Smith, spray. LORD BROOK COMING TO COMMAND CAVALRY London, June Leopoli Brooke, who commanded the Secom Canadian cavalry brigade in 1913, wfl sail on. the Oceanic tomorrow to com niand the Peteway camp's sumine training. He wiH be accompanied h; Major Maxwell Earle, D.S.O., of 111 Grenadier Guards. Tlioy will stay a few days in Ottn'wa on their arrival. GAS EXPLODED: CHEMIST KILLED Toronto, Out., June explosion which wrecked the blower room of the Consumers' Gas Co., corner of McGec street and Kp-stern avenue, this morning, ripped the roof from the im- mense generator building, and wrought havoc among eigiit or ten houses on Booth avenue, almost a block away, Ewart Foster, the company's chemist, was killed. She can end that Corn End it in two days. Blue-jay would stop the pain the moment she applied it. Then it would gently loosen the corn. In 48 hours, the whole corn would lift out, without any pain or soreness. Blue-jay, each month, ends a million corns in that way. No hard corn can resist it. Since this invention it is utterly needless to suffer from a corn. Yet thousands of people still' pare corns, or use some old-time treat- ment. They simply coddle corns, and every little while they become unendurable: Try this scientific way. Sec how Blue-jay stops the pain. See how it undermines the corn. And see, in two days, how that corn forever disappears. After that, so long as you live, you will never let corns bother you. Blue- For Corns 15 end 25 Bauer Black, CM.aso York pf PhyiicUm' lOc 15c To-day and To-morrow "GERMINAL" 5 reels A tale of rivalry in love and jealous hatred that does not falter even in the pre- sence of death itself TARLAND LEADS WITH BIG FEATURES Realizing that it takes something ore than an ordinar.7 programme of oto.plays to attract the people to y theatre in such hot weather, the snagement of the popular Starland .s secured for the complete change programme tonight such an excep- inally fine programme of features at. all who visit tins popular house amusement will he well rewarded. Another pleasing feature of Star- id is that there are now installed merous large electric fans which, the many yleaslng remarks by dtrons, are very roucli appreciated. The big headliner for tonight, en- tied "The "Colonel's is a rilling war story in two parts, hlch holds the interest of the specta- r through every scene. "When Sorrow Fades" is a beautiful produced by the famous Than onser Stock Co. lu order that Starland patrons may njoy a good there will also be hown tonight "A Busy Day." This is le 01 the best Keystone' comedies er produced by this popular the- I GERMINAL" AT EMPRESS TODAY tlie five-part on by Pathe from 'the novel >by Zola, is to be shown at, the Empress iday and tomorrow, gives the Mas- er Players an opportunity to. show leir unbeatable qualities. Masihg llovvances for the grim and graphic on of tlie writer, these pictures tell he story of Lantler and the cruel abor war that raged in and about the lines, far more effectively than Joes lie story itself.. In its present state he feature is absolutely free from ;aste. The skill of the adapter and irector is beyond all praise. He has iveu the public a picture in 'which lie action is swift; clear, unerring and ranmtic; every'climax comes with eiling force, and the appeal to the cart is present, everywhere. In this lature the public see a wealth of genuine and stirring sensations, he kind that are dragged out by the air, but the kind that grow out of a oglcal plot. "Germinal" is mileo away rom the conventional melodrama. The management, wishes to call the ittoj'.tiou of Empress patrons to the ..jt.that the this exception- al programme are not in advance of he regular admission. This theatre never raises its prices. H furnishes .he lest that, is obtainable, and does jo for the benefit of the patrons. "Ger- although one of the finest pic- ures ever produced, and one secured at great expense, is at the Empress .oday and may be seen at the regular prices. Come to the "coolest theatre" in the town, and see for yourself. Justice Beck's Condition Not Cause for Alarm Contrary to the statement published in some of the Calgary papers, the condition of Mr. Justice Beck, now at tlie Gait Hospital here. Is not seri- ous. Dr. McNally, who has had charge of the case, and who operated on Judge Beck, said to the Hetald yesterday afternoon that his lordship, although by no means well, waa not i serious condition, nor in .i condition that would warrant alarm. N "The story in the Calgary papers i? without said lie. "Justice Beck is in much the same condition that ho was after his operation, Slid his progress is slow, hut t'ne.'e !s cause lor alarm." o WAR .ON THE GOPHERS Local Improvement. District No. 69 Starts Campaign on Pests A oltl.llro. for coiuthi.eolfls.tjtmehltli ana whowlnt Doss not nmet slomich. SfrfrcUv 'or all nnnlnn Infanls. A small dose, oiilv. n. eiled >ml mvcr, nmck results, A icIdI (rliad K bouikiiJi of Ctiuillu hoBis siuco art.. Buy Stiloh (oc cuiilh: and cokli. i llacleod, Alta., June a meet- ng of the Council of Local Improve- ment District No. 69, held in the town hall on of 'war was made against the gophers and four amounting to more than were put .'up for the destruc lion, of the peets. The tails arc to be counted at Uio residences of the. coun- cillors, the only stipulation made in the gory contest being that the.go- phers must bo. caught within Ine lim- its of the district. House Painting Paper Hanging Wall Tinting AND CARRIAGE PAINTING W. R. Brown Phone 720 Steamship Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENOORi. Canadian Pacific Royal.Mall Stearniri Allan Line Royal .Mail Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New York and Canad- ian service. Cimard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian North'ern Royal Mall Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. North German Lloyd. Hamburg American ana all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest .fares; direct sailing. Ant- werp and Hamburg connections. Czer-' monltz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where yon got your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R, Ticket A.o'cnt, Letlibridfic. MONUMENTS It you aro aiiisldering the pnrohas Ine of a moubment, aco us before you decide. Host stock. be.t do- ana I Monumental Worht. lih Soutn.' R. ;