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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta '.FMDAY, JUNE 5. 1914 MARKETS THE LBTHBltlDGE DAILY HERAtH PAGE THREE; FRIDAY'S GHAIrf MARKETS Juno cables were not BO weak as'espected, following tne-iharD decline- on this tide on Thuridayi, and tho. opening on the market ...was. un- changed.' Following the .opening Uio WM 'fairly, steady, especially In the ftir inohtrn, dse to a good aetire defund iorcaiih wheat. About July had advanced and October'W. closing.prices being unchanged tO'H cent'higher. cJuh demand (o.r 'wheat, oats .was good, chiefly to till up apace ott boate at terminals, and of- terlngi -were, few. holders and anticipating Setter prices. Cash wheat dbseil 'A to ?i higher; -cash pats to .14 higher; cash barley ti Higher for oasli 14 blgher for all' gfadai. The i'umber of cars inspected Was 244, as agalntt 411 last-year, anA in. sight .were 205. Liverpool oarly cables- were %d. lower, but dosed lid.'to lid. lower, and continental" -were all low- er. Paris closed ?i to 1 lower; Ber- lin 1 lower; Buda PestJi, lower. SEI! Antwerp lower. The opening and closing prices on the local elchMEe toflajK'were! Close JW October Oatt-7 October 141 14-lVi November 144 doting Ca.ih P.rlcei Wheat- No. 1 Nortliorn 90S No. 3 Northern .81W No. 2 C. W. .38% No, 3 C. W. 38 No. 2 Feed No. 4 Hejected Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0. No.'2 NO. 3 c. w Minneapolis Wheat Open July M H September December 87% Chlcauo Wheat July S654 September December 87 Vi 50 47 13914 13614 124% Close 91Vi 87 SS OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, June market partly reflected the weakness In Am- erica, and opened lower. Largo American clearances, expectations of large world's shipments this week and freer American offers caused but a momentary depression, and on. the decline support was in. Fol- lowing the opening, prices advanced V, with a revival ofjthe demand from the continent for offcoast cargoes of Australian, wheat, and the firmness in spot. Advices from -Russia are be- coming more bullish and European crop prospects are less assuring. At 1..30 p.m. the undertone was steady Edmonton, Calgary and Medicine Hat Buyers of Oil Stocks are in immediate touch with H WESTERN STOCK EXCHANGE Through Their Private Wire. Unequalled Facilities for Handling Stocks and Shares JOIN THE CROWD at 9.30 each morning and read our Bulletins-Authentic and Reliable SiNNOT BLOCK, 5th STREET PHONE 690 MAN WHO STOLE "MONA LISA" GETS LIGHT SENTENCE Florence, Italy, June The plea of "extenuating circumstances" was accepted today in behalf of Vincenzo Perugia, who stole De Vinci's "Mona Lisa" from the Louvre in Paris. The Judges sentenced talm today to one year and fifteen, days' imprisonment. As Perugia has oeen in prison awaiting trial sines December last year, he will serve only about six months. CANADIAN..STOCKS ON LONDON MARKET London, June Canadian issues are quoted as follo'ws: Pre- of Canada, lli. Columbia, '.4: No- va Scotia, 114; Alberta, Vancouver sewerage, IVi. Attention! 25 riftir of Jfen's Patent Leafch- Tan Oxfords (The G. A. sold regularly at Saturday On Saturday We Will Sell 25 pair. Men's Patent and Tan Blucher. Bals, G. A. Slater regular Saturday LOOK at these Specials in Men's Negligee Shirts One lot of Men's Jfegligec Shirts, W. G. E, make, size 16 and regular prices to on sale Saturday 50c One lot Men's Jfegligee Shirts, AVelsh, .Margetspn make, regular to 13.25 Saturday Summer Underwear Specially low priced'for Sat- urday buyers Balbriggan two piece. -45C Lisle two piece.......75C Light Wool Underwear, two- piece, reg. 95C Comhs., white mesh -SI.00 Combs., natural UP Combs., B.V.D., Combs Light Wool Comb UP Lisle Combs aricl Silk Combinations Panamas Straw Hats Straw Boater Hats Soft Straws...... "P Men's Summer Suits See our Saturday Special in Men's Suits at Sand The "2" M 'ovvers of Major Leonard Will Now be Vested in Hon. Mr. Cochrane HOUSE NEARING CLOSE Ottawa, June Commons jts- :erday the resolution providing (or a, sixteen million bond guarantee for the Grand Trunk Pacific to complete the mountain, section of the line was )assed after a short discussion, and the hill introduced and read a time. A bill to vest the powers no' postesBed by Major R. W. Leonard, T. R- commissioner, in the raiais- ttr o'f railways, was given a second reading. Doherty's Naturalization has been the subject of much discus- finally disposed of. Amend- ment! to the.Dominion Lands Act to bring the homestead laws into con- formity with the new Naturalization Act were introduced and considered and several other less important bills finally .disposed of. In the evening the estimates of the department nf rail- ways were taken up and good pro- gress made with Jhem, In connection'-willi the discussion of the G. T. Praid resolution Prem- ier in the negoti- ations which place with the G. T. P.. .officials, including Mr. president oi tie Grand Trunk Board, ho intimation had been given to the' government that it is not the Q. T.--P. to take over and "operate eastern lines when completed. He announced that 'the road would be completed late next, autumn. Sir Wilfrid Laiirier said that the line .would be finished, but the N. T. R. -would not be "really'completed un- til the terminals were established at Quebec. In connection with this charged that there had been unnecessary delay. During the consideration of the sec- ond G. T..P. bill, E. M. MacDonald charged that it was simply a plan on the part of the government to. get rid of Major Leonard because ho had a mind of his and would not carry out the ideas ot Hon. L. P. Pcllcticr at Quebec. Mr. Borden stated that Mr. Leon- ard might retire before the comple- tion of the road because oi his priv- ate interests, but denied that there had been any friction between the commissioner and :the government. The Town of Nazareth' DEPICTING PITFALLS IN THE STRIFE OF LIFE MISS OLIVE RICHARDS AT STARLAND NEXT WEEK Stariand patrons will greet with pleasure the annpuncement of the coining of. Miss Olive Richards to Starland next week. Miss Richards las.been touring the Starland circuit 'or the past three years, and will be remembered with pleasure by many of the Starland patrons. Miss- Rich1 ards-ls the possessor of a remarkable soprano voice, having one, of those rare voices which can be heard any number of times arid still have its holding po'trers over' (the listener. WEEKLY" NEW FEATURE AT EMPRESS For the week-end programme, the IDmpress offers an unusually elaborate and attractive-feature bill. For the first time in Letinbridge may he seen, the special Soiig 'weekly, which in- cludes the most recent and stirring current events. The feature film is the Lubin special, "Treasures on a powerful story teaching the tolly and danger of sacrificing .Home ties and happiness for the greed of Tears of sorrow and remorse pay. the penalty'until reason finally conquers. JAVA VOLCANO ONE HUNDRED HOUSES DE. STROYED BUT LOSS OF LIFE NOT KNOWN Batavla, Java, June violent volcanic eniptior occurred today on the Dutch Island of'San Gilir, forty miles direct south of Minianao in the Philippines. Several volcanoes wore included in the disturbance. Streams of boiling lava poured down the sides of the mountains, over-whelming tor- eats and cocoa plantations. At the same time a heavy rain of stones and ashes from various craters fell over the whole island. Official reports do not; mention loss of register destruction of 100 houses. San Guir is the largest of. the group Jinown as the Talauavase Isl- ands in the Celebes sea, about miles to the east of British North I Borneo. Destructive outbreaks ol ttunong A'bu, the principal volcano on the occurred in 1711, 1812, 1858, 1883, and 1833. EMPRESS 15c THE HOME OF FEATURES Treasures on Earth Two Powerful Drama Price of Jealousy Stirring Western Drama FIRST SELIG W.EEKLY EVER SHOWN IN LETHBR1DQE And a "VITAGRAPH" Comedy of courte "The Price of a thrilling and TOodern western drama with an object lesson aliacbed, is a very cqm- mendabre and a two-part Vita- graph completes the bill. Views aJong the Penang Straits settlements, a scenic production, furnishes just the right balance, and a- graph comedy, "Which Way Did He one regret, that it did not last longer. The management wish to especially commend tbeso VH- agraph comedies. Every one is a feature in itself. The funny John Bunny and Miss Lillian .Walker fur- nish most of the laughs. AVith a flvG-reel programme, .Em- press natrons are assured oE their money's worth. More than 2000 inventors applied last year for British patents relating lo railways, motors and road ve- hicles and mote than 500 lor air craft developments. BROTHERS DROWNED IN FRA8ER RIVER. Vancouver, B.C., June tele- gram to the Canadaan Northern offi- _ cos in thfs city tills morning told of. the drowning1 on Sumlayof rison and his 'brother Robert in the Fraser River, at a point HO miles, north of Kamloons. E. S. Morrison _ was resident" engineer of construction, of tbe Canadian Northern at Blue Riv- er, a Oi visional point halt-way be- tween Kamloops and Tete 'Jaime Cache. Robert Morrison was a time- keeper. The two men went out fishing on Sunday morning, and their boat'over- turned. The Morrison brothers were young mea in their thirties, and lived In Vancouver., William and sister Edith, reside'at Vancouver Heights. NEW CANADIAN LOAN FOR NOW ON 1 'THE LONDON MARKET June .Canadian government loan Is being underwrit- ten, comprising in 4 per cents., at 98. The previous Dominion ot Canada, loan, floated here, "was for In December last, "when seventeen cant, vts taken, up by tho public and eighty-throe per cent, left with the underwriters. The October loan for sub- scribed by the public to the extent of per cent, out-edged stocks show.conilderable weakness today