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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNK B, 1914 THE LETHBRIpGE DAILY HERALD MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 'June Opening an closing, prices oil the grain cxchangi today wcro Wheat- '.luly........ ,v....... 'July 'July Oct. 1.44J I..M Lit 1.13 No. 1 N'or.'-..'................ No. 3. Oats- Ko. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. 1 'Barley- No. 3___ No. -I Rejected Feed ....._......... _ Flax- No. I W. 0. No. 2 C. kyo. 3 C. Wheat- Ill 87J- 30 38 51 50 '17 1.10 1.87 1.25 ._ _ Sept. _ .._ v 'July Sept Dec. CHICAGO 85} 87A WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, Man., June during.the week for all classes or 1! ctock has been dull: and quiet, and prices on cattle have declined 'since last -week to. the eiteiit of 15 to 2a cents per; hundred pounds. Hog pric- es also Jiavo been on the do'svu turn, havo.wealiened daily for the last A demand from, across the line, however, sprang UD, and this checked the decline, and choice ani- mals were quoted'pii Friday at per hundred pounds, fed and watered. Excessive supplies and noor local 'demand is accountable for weak pric- es. The receipts for two days at the .Union yards wore and tila C. P. II, yards, 5M. 'Those at the C. f. R. yards 'were bought lor local con- rButnpllon, while the majority.ot those 'at the Union yards were shipped east ja.nd to' southern' markets. On Thurs- day, thirteen cars were shipped east, .and seven cars south, and on. Friday vtwtvnty-ono care wore consigned east. Choice steers were, .quoted at ?7.25 to choice-belter's, to; fat cows, Hogs we're for" Friday for .choice, bundles, and the market 'weak on excessive supplies. 'Billing quotations woro as follows: butcher steers, ?7.25 to fair to soofl.butcher steers, ?6.10 to 58.50; choice butcher heifers, 86.25 to fair Id good butcher heifers, to best fat cows, to fair cows and heifers. to common cows, ?L'.S5 to 'best hulls, to ?5.26; com- mon biilis, 53.10 to ?J.OO; bust feed- ers. to best stackers, :to best milkers and springers, to common to medium milkers and springers, ?4.00 to good calves, PAGE THREE filherta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Agents for Evinrude Detachable Motors THIS IS THE FINEST MOTOR OX THE MARKET TODAY Any rowboat can be ainilo ,1. motorliont in five It is reversible, starts with half turn of'the fly wheel, steers with the pro- prupeller and automatically lubricates itself. DBIV.E A BOAT BIGHT MILES AN HOUR Call in and see it work choice celvcs, to good Iambs, to ?7.50; choice hilling sheep, to 55.50. Iiogs, S7.10; rough ami heavies, JG.OO to 56.25; stags ?4.SO. Receipts for two days ending Fri- day. Juno 5, as follows; Union 60li- hogs C. P. li, 93; Jiogs, 554. Chicago Wool Strolls offerings promptly absorbed by manufacturers, advance in "wool ne- cessities. Increased prices for fabrics, .Tvhicli is made difficult .by foreign competition, and scarcity, renders low- er '.prices Improbable. Buying in the Tvest is active. Oregon and Idaho will be cleaned up this week. Present act- ivity centres in Montana., but 70 per Oil Stock Brokers Kimball Larson, Limitdd Cardstcin Investment Ltd. JOINT STOCK BROKERS; Handle Hign Class Stocks Special Lease in Township 1, Range 11, near location of pro- posed Segur Wells. The Cardston Oil Co. have made arrangements for Derricks. Make application for shares while they are only 25c, par value SEE OUR BLACKBOARD AND LIST OF SNAPS 328 FIFTH STREET SOOTH PHONE 60S MONDAYgH 8th SERIES "OUR MUTUAL GIRL" One Of The Best Of The Series "The Raiders" "A Heart Breaker 2 Reels of Thrills Full of Laughs Juno dates of the Southern Alberta Cadet camp, held at been announced as July 2 to 7, inclu- jivc. The cainp will again be situated at tlio reservoir site. Just outside the city limits, and no efforts are being spared to make the camp a thorough- ly enjoyable one for the cadets who attend. To safeguard the welfare of the boys while In camp, Col. Sam Hughes has requested; the Y.M.C.A. to take charge of the recreation, religious and athletic activities of the camp, and the Calgary Y.AI.C.A. will maintain a complete organization at the camp, under the supervision of Secretary .T. Si. Sharps, of the Boys' division of the Reading, -writing and other facil- ities will free by the Y. Si. C. A., which >vill also have charge of" the. sale _df .refreshments, thereby ensuring a suotfy of pure goods at reasonable prices. Many attractive and novel features are being arranged for the spare time of the boys, which will make the camp one to be remembered by those cadets that are' 'fortunate enough to attend it. HOME STUDY TWA'rle Course may b.c by corrcspon- bllt StltdwiU desiring; graduate in1 ust...attend one QUEEN'S r UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONTARIO APPLIED SCIENCE EDUCATION hicturfina MEDICINE CNGINJCEHTNG SUMMER SCHOOL JULY and AUGUST G. V. CHOWN, KIngiton, Ont. "ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" cent .of that clip lias been bought Quotations: Halt blood, 2.1 to 23 cents; quartei three-cisliths hlood, 21 to 23 coarse, 16 to IS; fine staple, to 22; lino clolhins, 17 lo 19; fine mod- urn cloihing, IS to 20. Constipation- la the camp. It wll undermine the strongest constitution and ryin the most .vigorous health. It leads to indigostiin, bilioiisness, impure blood, bid complexion, sick headaches, and in ant? of the moot frequent causes of appendicitis. To 'neglectit i? slow suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills positively cure They are entirely vegetable in'composition and do not lickcrj, or gripe. PrcMrve your health by taking Dr. Mcrsa's 43 Root Pills THE fElLOW INffi PAYS OF PERFECT COMFORT- COMFORT-feigns supreme on the Cunard-Cnnaditin Steamships. They ore operated to appeal to the great majority of the travelling public who demand comfort and safety above all else. Dining Rooms, Writing-, Music, Rending; and Smoking Rooms aro attractively furnished, Staterooms contain 2, 3 and 4 berths, with Iflrjjo wardrobes, retftanfjukir windows, electric lights and fims, and running Water. Hot and cold water for both shower and tub baths. The New Magnificent "Aquitania" New York, Fishgiinrit, Liverpool for 3250 passengers, 9fll feet long 97 ft. wide. From New York July July 22nd, .August Great Britain's tarBcrft Ship, the Kmbodimcnt of the Proved Oualiticfl of the "Lusitnnln" and 21W Full informntlon tin to sallfritf ilalcP, ratrn, rraorvotlons nml (Jflucrip- if tlvc literature to bo had front rtny ralhviiy or Ktcamsliip nccitt, or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, n MITCHELL, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE London, June Ian Hamilton, "who has been engaged for some years in inspecting oversea forc- es of the Empire, has made at Auck- land, Zealand, a speech that is likely to attract wide attention. Ex- amining MIR reasons why Australia and New Zealand are anxious to equip themselves for defence by land and he described .the Pacific as the 'meeting-place, not of nations, but of continents" where "it may be decided whether Europeans or Asiatics are ;oing- to snide the destinies of the vorld." Sir Ian Hamilton had in his mind ooth the possible olTeotS of disintegra- tion in China upon neighboring coun- tries, and the -friction likely to be caused the exclusion of Chinese i i ml Japanese labor from the United States, Canada, Australia and other communities. Tho econ- omic and ethnic pressure of the hard- working, rice-eating, parsimonious "yello'w" races upon British countries appeared to him "a real danger." he added, "was very close to the danger but lie had not the slightest doubt that "It dan- ger threatened, Australia, Nfsw Zea- land would ho ready and willing to lend a helping1 hand. Capetown, South .Tune Mr. Esson, a memberol Rod way Es- I son, Ltd., of Birnfhigh'am, who is resl- 1 dent here for reasons of health, has designed a traltT'equlpped with pro- pellers anti an aeroplane device, and electricity. He claims that the train !E 'capable of attaining a speed, of five hundred miles an hour with ease and safety, and he will shortly give demonstrations with a working model. Under Mr. Esson's system, a single rail is laid oa the ground and a cable carried overhead.. The train is con- nected, with the cable at either ex- tremity by rods exterminating in flanged wings, those rods serving to convey current from the cable to mo- tors fore and aft. The inventor says that the train is so that when it has attained a sufficient velocity, it will lift itseltj from buffer springs ant! fly. The re suit, he claims, is a huge saving in maintenance charges. MRS.WiNN'S ADVICE TO WOMEN Take LydiaE.Pinkfaam't Veg- etable Compound and be Restored to Health. Kansas City, doctors told me I would never be a mother. Every (month the pains were so bad that I [could not bear my weight on one foot. ]I began taking Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and bad not IriniBbedthefirstbot- when I felt greatly relieved and jl took it until it made me sound and The Empress has something rea o say today. Quo of tbe best pro grammes ever shown is on deck oniglit, and on Momlay the sixtl film will be offeree The weeli-eiid Mjill. is a. good oiie The Hearst-Seiig Weekly Pictorla sho'ws scenes worth "Treas tires of the a Lubln special attracted a fine audience last night and is sure to do the same tonight. "Kathlyn" needs only an announce incut, no advertising. Here is the story of next week's film in tabloid: The chance shot fired by the vll .ainous, but keen-sighted, Umballah makes ii bone-bruise upon the fair am of Kathlyn. This, however, doBs no atop her night, ,pr militate agahis the escape of "herself, her daring com panion, "'Bruce; .-and.-her. father, Col Hare, who escaped from prlsqn through the the clev- er and'met ;them at the ap- pointed the venge- ful Prince arid'his" creatures started in .pursuit. Fortunately, the escaping party is his faithful wife, Pundita, who arc now Kathlyn's staunchest friendB and incalculable asBistance in every emergency. Presently they emerge from the [tingle, and see far out on the plains the -white towers and shining minar- ets standing silhouetted against the the 'walled city of the desert. They approach the town, and are received by sentinels at the gates intl are conducted into the presence of the Rajah. Tins functionary, in ad- dition to being commander of the city, has a more important office as keep- er of the Sacred White Elephant, which is frequently sent on pilgrim- ages to nearby cities to be Tvorshippe'd by the natives. It is one.of the prec- ious possessions of the the' walled city, and many savage guardians that look after its chiefest treasure. Kathlyn and her parly again start ou their way to the coast, and strange- ly enough, are captured by the KeJf- same hand of brigands from whom Uiey secured the animated sacred symbol. Kathlyn, her father and Bruce are tied to a tiger cart of the. brigand. The chief, search'ing j Hare, finds his medal, and knows at jouce that he has captured the White Thereupon he sends a messen- ger forward fp Allaha, demand tug as a ransom from three bags of silver. A days later Umballah ar- rives in haste with his silver, -but asks only for Col. Hare as a prisoner, earnestly requesting that Bruce and Kathlyn be fed to the tigers. NEW AMERICAN MINISTER TO HAYTI Toklo, Juno R. Arthur lllanchiu'd, hitherto secretary of the United Stales embassy here, sailed ,odny on board the ICmpress of Iixila from Yokohama for Vancouver, on his way to Haytf, where ho is to be Am- erican .Minister. .Most oT tlie mem- jers of the diplomatic corps and a argc number of Japanese barlo him In a IHHV pneumatic mid joliil tire for- only a icavy %ring of ruhhnr in con-, act with Ihc road; Um nisi of thi; ire being protected liy u steel ;im. vrell, and I now havo two fine baby ffirla. I cannot praise Lydia, E. Pink- ham'a Vegetable Compound too for what It baa dono for me. I always speak a word in favor of your medicina to other woman who suffer when 1 have en Mrs. H. T. WlN.N, 1225 Freemont Avo.t Kansas City, Mo. Read What AnothcrWoman nays; Gumming, tell aufTer-. ing woman erery day of Lydltt E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and what it has done for inc. I could not eat'or sleep, had a bad stomach and waa in misery all the time. I could not do my housework or walk any distance without Buffering great pain. I tried medicines and different patent, medi-. cinea but failed to get relief. My hui- band brought home yonrVegetable Com- pound and in two weeks I could eat any- thing, could sleep-liku a healthy baby, and walk a long distance without f esling tired. I ,can highly recommend! your Vegetable Compound to women who suffer as I did, aiid you are at liberty to usa this CBAfiLU: BAG- LtY, K. 3, Gumming, On, NOBLE SOLDIER .DEAD London, June Eail of T-.ii- can died today, at ti'ne jigc of 84. He was aide-de-camp to his father, the third e.iri, who was iu command oC the British cavalry durins the Crim- ean war, and was largely slble for the charge of the light bri- gade at BalaUlava. The family owns ibout acres in Ireland, and tho heir to" the title is the Earl's eldest sou, Lord Blngham, who was born in I860. 'TWAS A LADY OF HIGH DEGREE London, Juno suffragette who appealed to.Kins George, at'the court levoci last night was'identified today as Miss Mary BloomfieUl, daughter fit Lady Sarah Bloomfleldi iUIss Bloomrield's nibter was also pre- ent whon the appoal, which .laatod for too seconds, and.'was couched in the following terms, "Your for do uot use force." 10c 15c F.MPRESg MONDAY AND TUESDAY