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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta IJONpAY. JUNE 8.1M4 _ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS; We appreciate the splendid business received during the past few months. flWe are still prepared to supply you with good lumber at our usual low prices. Mr. C. R. Carlson still re- tains all of his interest in the Company and will devote more of his time to it in future and can assure you prompt and effic- service. CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd. YARD 1407 THIRD AVENUE SOU 1H MARKETS MONDAY'S PRICES Winnipeg, Man June 8 open Ing and closing prices on the Ellin ei- changes today -were Open 16k October....., 87% July............ lift Flax- July October. November.' Cloilng Calh Prlcei !No. 1 -Northern No. 2 NO s c w No ,i C W Barley- Mo. 3 No _ (Rejected iPeed Flax- No 1 N W C No. 2 C.'YI' No 3 C Minneapollt Wheat Open July........... 91H September.------.... 87'A December Chicago Wheat Close 3114 HIS 144% 143% H5T4 34% 48. WH 138 W 126 Close 87 87% CANADIAN BONOS ON LONDON MARKET London, Following are the latest quotations ot active Dominion, piw incial and municpal stocks Dominion of Canada, 1909-34, 3H per cent, Dominion of Canada, registered, ISM, J iiei Dominion of Canada, registered, 1930-50, Newfoundland, inscribed, 191338, 4 per cent., ProUnce of Alberta, sterli-g, 1838, 4 per cent, Province of Nova Scotia, 1940, 3 per cent., Prounce of ScWia, 1954, per cent., Proi ince of Ontario, registered, 1146, 3% per cent, Quebec, registeied stock, 1854, 102. Edmonton, .4% ;per cent., Hamilton, debentures, 1930-40, 92. Quebec, sterling debentures, 1063, July September December 85 U 87% 6HAMROCK IV. .OUT FOR TRIAL SPIN SHOWS CLASS England, June 6. Bliamrock which Sir Thomas Upton hopes :to lift the America's out in fairly stiff day, and stood; up better than many of her'.critics expected.. -Neither, the challenger nor the earlier: Shamrock carried top sails, and nothing in the nature' ot real racing was attempted. Whenever the two yachts were on the isame course', however, the challenger tad little .trouble in outfootlng the LIVERPOOL CATTTLE MARKET Liverpool, tune Deraney importers, report tht-cat- tle market as unchanged. GOMPUTELY GURED OF DYSPEPSIA continually hearing tram rrateful people who have had OEperl- nces like that of Miss Alice E Cooper, of Niagara Falls, Ont who "I wish to express my gtmUtode to you for the benefit I received from your most wonderful Dyipeprfa HJWIDC token other medicuiea without bavmt received the slightest relief, I beard of your Na-Drn-Co Dyspepsia and I -would girt tbem a tnal. I have completely cured of drtpepsia. I will too pleased v to them a fair Na-Drn-Co only give tbe Immediate relief from heart- burn, flatulence, 'acidity of the stomach needed, but if taken regularly for a few dtyi or they completely cure the most aggravated of stomach trouble, When for 500. you1 can get a from your druggist, whygo National-Drug -Chemical Co. o! "Bear ye one another's burdens aud so fulfil the-law ot Christ.' This passage of Scripture, taken from Galatiahs VI. 2, was the test of the Rev. Mr. Cameron's fraternal' mes- sage to the Loyal Order of Moose last' evening at Knox Church, upon the occasion of the annual church par- ade of that society. "True fraternity" was the subject embraced in the pastor's sermon, and at the Loyal Order of Moose.were surely recipients of a message that found a resting place in their'hearts, told in eloquent terms. Secret-societies are a.mlghty force in the civilization. It Is said that the '.earliest records of human ihlstory 'furnish 'proof of the existence of seciet and fraternal societies among nearly all the nations of the everywhere accom- panied, If they have not advances and have been the1 con- servatbfs if not promoters of religious scientific and political truth. And all through, the dark night of the feudal ages the secret associations were largely responsible iil keeping the feeble light of anil freedom glimmering amid'the gloom of semi-heather darkness. The Rev. Cameron said: The law Ol Christ' was a social law and the fraternal societies like the L. O.- O. M. were in their aims and aspirations following the law of Christ to consider thy neighbor as thyself. To help carry the burden of the other mail was what Christ wished to impart; help one an- other; consider the other man; be thy brother's keeper in sorrow, in poverty, in distress. That was the law .of Christ's whole life 'The burden is the same today as it was in .the. days of the Apostles, when the sublime message was utter- ed: 'Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ' There is nothing more up-to-date in the news- papers, in the periodicals or anything of modern press that is more: flefinite and fresh and practicable than this powerful message. "Even as a ship is unsafe at sea without a burden, so is man unsafe when he fails to carry the burden his brother., ship'that is short of ballast will be surely buffeted about by the storm, and man- lacking in the ballast of-his brother's burden cannot hope to weather the gale of life's tem- pestuous sea. burden is heavy, that is no good reason why we should not share the burden of the other felloe, for there is joy in helping oth- ers We that are strong should help the weak An 'organization such as the L. O O M should be fostered in their great work of. bearing one an- other a burdens1' Purity, aid and progress are the three cardinal principles of the Moose order The Rev Cameron compli- mented the order upon the selection of these three beautiful watchwords. He said "PurityMs-the badge of the noblest of mankind, iand character I? the fundamental principle, of purity which lies behind love, wealth and true greatness; and character without purity was power of a chief Man isith a pure heart is won- derful in his strength.. "The word 'aid' pertaining to the Moose order is synonymous of the principle oC bearing one another's burdens, and the first sense in-pro- gress is the deep sense of the duty of pressing upward and forward, even as the noble animal of the wilds which the order hag been palled after; for the Moose in his progress through tbe forest is' known to carry ihim-self with a majesty inspiring and suggestive of upward thought. "Be careful to make deHnite and worthy reminded the Rev, Mr. Cameron. ''Be sure to look upward and to- ward- Christ, and seek to follow The Moose order was coiuplimentec by. the pastor upon the establishment of a home, or college, that was par of the L: O. O. My -institutional, for the care of the children of deceased members, a work" that was most strik in'g In the bonds of fraternal love that surrounds the purpose and aims of the Loyal Order of Moose. KATHLYN; TITANIC AND VAUDEVILLE AT EMPRESS "With'a as. the Empress of- :ers the house should b'e crowded 'to each. perform- ance. _ tomorrow may be seen ,he famous in her sixth ad- venture, "Three Bags of Silver." Hav- ug. rescued sacred eie- phant and restored its devotees, and 'Her' party are captured ly the brigands and held for ransom. Kathlyn, lashed, to the cage of a fam- shed.tiger; with death at her back and facing 'death, 'makes a marvellous es- cape. t Inc'iuded :in rthis -week's' offerings ivill be the only vaudeville the the management has been fortunate enough to secure- the four imperial Players, direct from two .theatre in Calgary, some of vaudeville's best mu- sicians and comedians. Varien Rae- mbnde. are without'doubt's greatest novelty musicians. They play anything madu for. music, and several things never calculated to give forth melody, such as handsaws, bi- cycle pumps, brooms, tin cans, bottles and many other novelties, getting the sweetest music out of them all. Miss Margaret Lau'erie and M-r. Wal- ter F. Smith are both ve'ry well known in vaudeville as high-class com- edians.' The sketch'for the fore part qfthe weok'is of a Jealous Wife." The wife probably thinks the'sketch is iiio'i-e of aitragedy, but it is warranted to. .make the gfouchiest nerson. in' with laughter. 'f i Mr. Smith also carries the pictures of great Titanic) disaster, and his lecture, as the picturesjare thrown on the is most Last, but not is-tlie Edison feature, "What Shall] It. Profit a a drama, of intense .interest.. This is a feature patrons are.advised to come .early and. get.a good seat. admission, is the same, 10 and 15 cents. CHALLENGE 'PROGRAMME Y AT'VSTARUAND TONtGHT PossiBly t'lie bestve'ntertaihfticnt ever .Lethbridge is being .offer- ed at-Starfand tonight. The eighth series of "Our Mutual is with-, out exception the best chapter of this- great serial drama wh.'iii has been of- fered in Lethbridge- "The Haiders" Is a great two-reel drama, telling a gripping western story, which will be appreciated by all western pie. "The Heart Breaker" is a rollicking comedy, which is .claimed to .be orits of the best ever produced by .the'f'a- mous Thanhouser stock company. Starland .orchestra will be heard at each and; every per- f-ormance. completing a programme which will long be remembered by all who. are fortunate enough to wit- ness it. ._..-- and minimum discomfort' Increasing doses a; needed. B0Y YOUR OIL SHARES THROUGH The Western Stock Exchange And have your deal confirmed while you wait They have the only leased wire in the city Sinnot Block 5th St. Black Diamond No. 2 at are the. best buy Phone 640 TONIGHT Our Big Challenge TONIGHT 8TH SERIES 8TH SERIES Other Big Features Starland Concert Orchestra "The Raiders" A Real Live Feature "THREE BAGS of SILVER lOc-The House of Features-ISc 4 IMPERIAL A PLAYERS IN MUSIC, AND COMEDY DON'T THIS TONIGHT Theatre in Town-lOc. Tuesday SIXTH ADVENTURE-2 Spectacular-Sensational TITANIC Lecture, By W. F. Smith FEATURE EDISON'S FAMOUS DRAMA "What Shall It Profit a Man" STONY OF A SWINDLER ;