Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JUNE MARKETS in m. HAVE THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June 1-Opcmmp; atul licking prices on the exchanges toilav v f ro tlose Duly 0''1 Del 86! 87} Uuls Oct .._.. 1 Jxov 1 CASH PRICES- Spring- No. I'1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. Oats- No 2 C. W. 3 C. W Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Peed No. 2 Feed -No': 3 No. -1 Hejcctcii Flax- 1 NV.W. G No. 2 C. W No. 3 C. MINNEAPOLIS'- 'July !HJ Sept. 88 J :Dcc 88J CHICAGO 'July 87} Sept. 85i 87-S 1 lot i m 1 13 95 03 j- 3H 38 37 36} 44 1.30 1.36 1.2-1. 91J 871- 8V-S SG; 85i -87} Virtue Bros, have completed their Hno new garage on 3rd Avc. It is a brick building forty-four feet, by .one hundred leet, with cement and storage capacity for twenty .can: Tho pit, will accommodate., live eats at one lime., It is thoroughly .modern, and up to date GIKJF (.ouvehi- ence, commodious oiiiccit, a bedroom for the.night man, and every oilier convenience and modern equipment. It is. the intention to extend- tho building to 12th St fcoini: tune in. the future. The building will then: be one hundred anil ninety feet long. Some twenty Ford cars have- already been sold this year hy this linn. OUR BRQOMHAUL CABLE June American steadiness yesterday was offset Vvevo bj: somo profit taking, due to bettei weather reported, .from Europe -and Indications of iafger world's ship- mentisHiils 'week, and opening values to Following the opening, there was a further decline of on tho. forecast of larger Argen- tine shipmentsi this week, and. an .abatement of the demand from the continent. i.30 p.m., the under- toh'e 'was easily lower. point to a strong: situation, with liberal imports during the rest of the. season. night: Wea- ther favorable: shipments estimated, .Tvlieat' bushels. lOc THE LETH6RIDGE DAILY HERALD 15c PAGE THREE BELLEVUE SYNDICATE ACQUIRES SOME FINE PROPERTY IN .MUD -LAKE DISTRICT Bellcvuc, 2. Johnston syndicate was organized in.the Lyric Theatre yesterday 'ami the following officers were, elected President, C. W. Johnston vice- president, S. T. Humble sec.-lrcas., J. H. Robertson. .The'company.Is composed mostly oi the business men.oi liollcvue and have hoen very in securing somu very choice Jliid Lake oil land which Mr, Johnston located last week. r Some very tempting offers were re- ceived for the leases from Vancouver EMPRESS For Tonight Only "GERMINAL" 5 reels A tale of rivalry in love and jealous hatred that does not falter sven in the pre- sence of death itself MANY FEATURES AT STARLAND TONIGHT The following is a short synopsis of one of the niany features beinK offer- ed at Starlanil for tho last time to- night, "The Colonel's The cast is: Grace Forsythe, Itamona Rad- clifTe; Mildred, Mildred Harris: Pri- vate Berser, Richard Stanton; Colon- el Forsythe, Charles Swickard; Lieut. Burton, diet Withe'y. Secretly in love with Private Ber- Ber, her father's orderly, Grace For- sythe, daughter of Colonel Forsythe, discourages the attentions of Lieut. Burton. Burton steals a sum of mcnoy from the Colonel's office. cciveil 101 tile ie.ases. uoni vaui.mvt.-i, capitalists, has not heen ne- knowledge of the Coonels affam, still held [Bcrger is suspected of Hie crime. He in" abeyance, there .is no doubt thai is arrested and put in military prison, iii Hi? near future leases, in Mud Laho'vicinily.M'ilJ command es. One company, expects iv start drilling veiryr shortly and an- other cotHpany .will drill unwcfli'diely nortfi of Luitdbreck. GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Juno .1 Batch- elor, cattle: importers, report full sup- jillcs, with ..trade, ruling.firm at the following quotations: Scotch steers, 149i- to 1C cents: .to 15 cents, and bulls, -13 MOOSE JAW BURGLARS. HAVE .POUJCE GUESSING 'Moose Jaw, Sask., June glars entered gro- cery store on Main street, and blew the safe last eveniiig, securing about in cash. second rob- bery since Sunday night, when tho safe of the City Ice Coal Co. was blo'wn. City and mounted, police are working on "the slight clues available. The Colonel's'young daughter, Mil- flrcii, and her governess, v'nilu cumins to the Post are attacked by Indians and Una -governess is killed. Mttdrod taken captive. Berger mean'vvhilo escapes from- prison and Mildred in her hiding place. Ijlaut. Burton is fatally wounded In tlie figlit with the Indians, and, dying, confesses bis crime. Berger returns to the post -ftith Mildred, and Is re- stored to his previous rank. The charge of assaulting a superior cei- IB stricken from his record, and ills ailion to bis daughter's engagement to the young orderly. "GERMINAL" TRULY MASTERPIECE So many times, has the good word "masterpiece" been abused in cou- nectlon with photo-plays, that he who desires'to confine words to tlieir pro- per meaning hesitates in -employing the 'word at No question arises, however ..in applying the word lo "Ger- the last time to- night at the EJmpress. It is in the true "The Colonel's Orderly" GRANO MILITARY PRODUCTION "When Sorrow Fades" sense of the word a "masterpiece." The portrayal oE the great mine dis- aster and flood is especially commend- able, being a production indescribably realistic. The photography, of the best Pathe standard throughout, is per- fection itself in the scenes under the earth. Tho most interesting character in the story (not a heroine) is Catherine, a'young woman bora, into the toilsome poverty of the mines, going down into the depths of the earth with the men. She possesses greater courage than all the men who go to work 'with her. Tlie scene where she calmly defies the hooting, Hissing mob, and forces a pas- sage through tbe ranks of the infuriat- ed strikers, is one of the strongest ever portrayed on the screen. re- her lover Lantier, has" heen trap from whic alizes that they stand in the presence of a gifted artiste, a fuil mis- tress of her craft. One of the strong- est moments in Kola's great book is his description of the entombed Cath- erine, who, with and her husband caught in a ijouu there seems no escape. much more intense, more realistic, is the same situation on the screen. The fierce strife for tho last piece of bread, the revelation of Chaval's craven heart, and the. unconquerable courage of Lantier arc all portrayed with consummate skill, while the tre- mendous power of the scene is tem- pered with a delicate, humanizing touch that gives absolute finish to the whole situation. "Germinal" is truly a marvellous masterpiece, and should not be missed by any who appreciate excellence in, acting and characteriza- tion. GRAIN ELEVATOR DESTROYED-' Lockwood, Sank., June Maple Leaf EHevator was burnod here yesterday morning at 5 o'clock, to- gether 'with ten thousand bushels of wheat. One car standing on tile traclr, loaded with wheat was also de- stroyed. SHOE MANUFACTURER St. Paul, Minn., June L. Schnrrnier, St. Paul capitalist and president of Gotzian fc Co., sh'oe man., ufacturers, died last nieht in Rich: rjiond, Va. official report covering up to May 1; says winter wheat for sixty-six sovernmehts condition.; and six fteiow. the average.; Spring 65 -governments good. THE SPECULATOR IN OIL SHARES CANNOT AFFORD TO WAIT--AT H WESTERN STOCK E HE DOESN'T HAVE TO Tbey Have Tlie ONLY Leased Wire In Tlie City S1NNOT BLOCK, STREET PHONE 600 MILLIONS MADE IN OIL THE-wcallli produced by an oil well staggers imagination, lii tlie Beaumont, Texas, Held o single well lias been sold for one million dollars. A clerk in London invested six shillings in Russian oil stock and received in return profits aggregating about Investors in the Texas field have realized an income of per year from an initial pui-cliase of worth of slock. No one can yet say how great the Calgary production 'will lie, but those best qualified to judge believe llial it'will be one of the greatest producing fields in the world. Those who nave the nerve and foresight lo invest in the Alberta field now are very liable to reap similar phenomenal profits. -..-._.- THE one greatest assurance of success in oil development, as in min- ing, is the certainly of sufficient capital lo insure tlie fullest develop- ment of lite field. The Calgary Alberlu Petroleum Company, Limit- ed, Non-Personal Liability, has'already acres of.llic finest lease? obtainable in the known field, and Hie Directors have, pledged themselves lo retain in the Ircasm-y enough funds io obtain additional acres as soon as new areas are proved. In this way the stockholders will be assured of holdings in every part of the field, and Urn acreage of Ibis com-, pany will be 100 per cenl. productive. BESIDES this, Hie. Company is big enough and strong enough to pro- ceed With drilling operations on every part of ils properly. Not only one well will be drilled, but several. One drilling rig is already on the way and is Hearing Calgary at this lime. Others will follow. This will put liie new Company's operations weeks ahead of those begun by oilier and weaker companies who have insufticicnt funds to get quick aclion. THAT [his is a subslanliai and dependable Company is proved by the names of W. S. Hcrron and W. A. Elder on its directorate. The Company will be, conducted by men who have, already achieved success in .this field. -It cannot help but succeed. YOU will remember the history of our Herron-EIdcr Gas and Oil Development Co.; how (he. stock rose, steadily-from 50c per share to per share, when .it' was taken off Ihc market. It is freely predicted that Herron-EIdcr stock will reach 15.00 before ils first well is .completed. What it will rise to after that no one knows. HISTORY repeats ilscll'. The slock of the Calgary-Alberta Petroleum Company is now ottered at fifty cents'per share. This price may be raised' at any time without nolice. Outside purchasers are buying very heavily, and the present issue will probably he exhausted before the end of Ihc present week. The price will then' be raised. Those who desire to make a good, safe investment in. oil slock should secure Calgary-Alberta Petroleum NOW while, the price is at fifty cents. .Money is made by action, not by regrets. Go now, while the price is and purchase your stock. oniv out. wen N in ui- ui i vi1- ........o o THE CALGARY ALBERTA PETROLEUM CO., Ltd, NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY POWER CITIES INVESTMENTS, LIMITED, FISCAL AGENTS SI i-'First Street West. LOCAL OIL BROKERAGE CO., C. A.FII1ULD.