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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 19W THE L E T H B RID G E DAILY H ERA L'D PAGE THREE i ANOTHER CHALLENGE KILLER x- EMPRESS 2 Vaudeville Acts 2 5 Photo Plays S Yarien Smith and Laperie in Music and Comedy. 'Broken 2 Reels; 'In the Elemental World'; Hearst-Selig Weekly; Kalem Feature WEDNESDAYIS GRAiN MARKETS Winnipeg; :3Iah., June op. eniiig.aiul closing.prices on the grain exchanges today were: Open Close Juiy MlfiVi 05% October i. SOU lulv........ .IBs Jul3 .......141.1, .14] October Ml' Kovember (December Closing Cash Prices Ko. 1 "Northern Northern I 1C No. 4 i N c 2 3 C W Minneapolis Wheat Open July 90" September. Uocembu S6's Chicago Wheat Jul} Sn 3 Scptembei 81% December 8j i BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY is all perfectly blen- ded and thor- oughly aged, D. O. ROBLIN, Toronto 1 o Cloao 00 K S 86' il CUSTOMS SEIZE y "UNDERVALUED CATTLE Swift CuH-eW- Sasfc, -lime cattle, belonging to the Matador Ilarich Co., north this seized by cus- toms oficials.. who charge that they undenallied in beuic biought in ,td Canada. -The seizure'was made by Special: Officer.Hughes, formerly of- iLethbridge. .OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, was a dispositioa foi profits al the opening heie yiomptul bv tlie easier Anicn can L'ables yestarday, lower closing at Winnipeg' and pressure of new winter at a slight decline, .and follow ing- the ,opening there was a furthei lobs of with midcitone eisj A. fair demand developed on the de- cline for paiccls of and with the Continent n-bre freely some shorts covered, and part, of the loss 'was recovered. At p.m. the undprtonp NTS eis to lowei Toll of Life in Fishing Villages Now Placed at 3 5 Caraquei, N. B., June 10. Nine- teen fishermen are known to have lost their lives in Friday night's storm. Ill addition to the four schooners re- ported lost, four others arc now missing. At Hathurst. l-hlrlv-fivc schooners were driven ashore. Their] crews Hndctl sifeh I iftj fishing us j sels were grounded in Shippigan (riii- j but no lues art leputed lost. I AH the vessels of the Shippigan! fleet except that of Uaptuin Labou-j tillier with his son and another-fish-' erimin accounted for. CALGARY FIVES LISTED London, June Power o i per cents, are now officially quoted. Friday and Saturday Mary Pickford IN "Hearts Adrift" A ROMANCE OF TANGLED LIVES INTERWOVEN WITH THE MIST OF THE SEA. ATTEMPTED.'MURDER. AND SUICIDE Knowtlon. P.O., June Dubc. of Boltou Glen, shot his ivjre" this morning and then turned'.the .revolver on liimseir. Doth are in a' critical condition. Dube ami Ins wife "had'just return- ed from'a wedding at Boltoii .Moun- tain. iffl AT E! ADJUTANT HANNIGAN Well known S. A. officer and band leader, who was in command OL the Territorial Staff Baud on the Empress OIL LEASE SALE Tp.l.Rg.lS Tp. I.Rg. 4 j 1 .28 i 1 21 15- i IS 1 1 Our Lease j 10 1 9 1 Segur Well 1 1 (i I .11 4 1! 3 1 International Boundary (OIL SPRING SWEET. GRASS HILLS j 160 lease as- Shown sale. Mr. Paul Pevrauil, Mr. Segur's expert driller, is on the bunk houses are now on Section one, where first drill goes down. Crude oil was round by niyself and others on the Rosc-oe Ranch. Samples can be ween in the oflice. This lease is surrounded by lands filed on by and Maekeimc-Fabcr interests. T j r v j. Y. CARD; MANAGER CARDSTON INVESTMENT LIMITED. KIMBALL LARSEN LIMITED Joint Stock Brokers 328 5th Street South Phone 698 Encliant, Altai> June town is at last on the a, i ruiltoHd town. Tlie steel'came in last week, anil to sav that the people of -this loeulily are pleased to sec the trains, ib putting it mildh Tlie steel gang are alreadv into Travers and next Saturday they ex- pect to leach Ltjmomi. lincliant is already assured of the National Elevator, the gravel and sand for foundations 'being hauled Uy U stein It is reported that the Ogilric, Al- herta-Pacific and'the Farmers arc to build a little later.7 We have been that D. E-ngerTahd Dr. Woodcock are contemplating put tine; m a gener- al tore and Dr Woodcock a drug store ml hearty, in- vitation. -Also iiR.Yt week a restaur- ant be stirtcd, so tint visitors can he assured oljr pUcc: to Crops in this vicinity .arc looking pood C( isidprinp; tlie but we need a good rain "in the near fu- ture, to keep iliein growing. Mrs. J. T. McBraync spent last, Sundax Mi and Mrs. Guertin and Mr. and Mrs! (Irole. 'II. P. Nelson has just -completed a well contract, for J. S. JIcBrayne. He struck a flujv which raised fifl feet and is 'good for 75 barrels a day. A. W. Muldrew of Winnipeg, is the new teacher of ElHsmere scliool dis- trict. He lias been here a month now and helow is the first report of the tenii Average attendance for month Percentage of possible attend..., 97.5 Cases of tardiness..................... -1 J'roniotions To Grade V. Hoy JIcBraync. To Grade VI. .Carrie Uobillard, To qrade VII. lib Snider. A. Muldrejv, Trachcr. E. B. Taintei, of Tabtr, and Calgary, were callers at Mr. 'SFclkaylie's recentiv. One of the .questions to come up at thp, liest'niceling of the U. F. A. is moving- the hall to Enchant or leav- ing it some two miles in the coun- try. Your correspondent is of the opinion that it should he in the new town. We arc informed tlmt just as soon as this line is ballasted to Lomond, a bi-weekly service, will be establish- ed from Medicine Hat to Lomond, and also that oontractis arc to be let for the balance of the grade to Blackie. .Ilia t'neory Is that no desires'to be .within easy reach of Nfajrara Trails, whoro'peace neBorijttions are in-jiro- Krens United- States am! Mexico, KEYSTONE COMEDIES AT "False one of the funniest Keystone funny films ever produced, is being; offered aa one of the many good ones at StarlUiul tonight. "For the Faith'of-Her-Fathers" is one of those rare human interest dramas, which holds the interest from tart to finish. "His Reward" is a pretty story well j told by the famous Princess Stock j Co. There will, also he'.offered tonight many other big attractions, all well up to the Starland standard, com- pleting one of the most enjoyable un- tertaihiherits ever offered In Leth- bridge. FEATURE BILL AT EMPRESS Another hill of features is schedul- ed at the Empress today and tomor- "Broltcn a Paths- two- reel special is the on the programme. Mrs. a and selfish 'woman, .lias been left by her husband's death with a cloak and suit factory, which "she leave? in 2 O H Ed charge ,of a manager, who acts as a mffer .between her and the em- iloyees. Because of her hard-heart- etiness hi refusing the 'necessary iin- jrovements and fire protection in the actory, one of tlie employees is caught in the burning building, which results from a careless throwing a cigarette stub near some waste. The situations that fo'ilb.w are intensely human and interesting. "In" the Elemental a Bio- graph A "Selig-Weekly'.; fits in-in just the right .and a split Kalem reel, "The 'Good Old Summer Time" and "King George at making five full reels in the "inovie" yrpgranime': But that is not TONIGHT False Beauty MADE FOR LAUGHS ONLY TWO BIG ACTS The Faith of Her Father A- -HEART INTEREST. DRAMA OTHER BIG ATTRACTIONS X H O K s TONE" all. There are .two vaudeville acts, each a headliner. "The Troubles of i Jealous Wife" lias sent pat- ron home in convulsions of lau-ghter. Walter Varien, as the Irish 'ivelll drill er from Okotoks, being -the fuim> man.. Varien clei er musical imitators, will appear to- night in their splendid programme of novelty acts, playing on brooms, hand- saws, glasses, tin cans, Swiss bells, silver-toned chimes and other instru ments. On Saturday afternoon, a special children's programme will be ren- dered, and the litl'lc .folks will be ad- mitted for five cents. An entire change of programme.'on. ;Friday. STARVING LEAVE MAZATtAN On board U.S.S. California. Ian, S San Diego, Gal., June the plea of.two hundred men nho besought him to end the sufferings of the populace by surren- dering the city, the military governor of HJazatlan issued an order today permitting; a'l n on-combatants who eo desired to vacate th'eir'dwellings, and the- lines of tlie Constitutional- ist army, which has been besieging the port foi months iOUT TO-DAY New Vidtor Records for JUNE There are many new ten-inch, double- sided. Vicftpr Records at 90c for the two Selections. Here are two: This is the life (Popular Song) Billy Murray V 'f.'l Everybody Loves My Girl One) Hesitate Me Around Bill Celebratin' Day in Tennessee ijniy iviurray i p. j (Another Late Billy Collins and Harlan Collins Mvl Harlan Splendid Records by British Talent The Vacant Chair (Bass Song) Many Happy Returns of the Day Peter nniot 3 Peter Dawsonj New Red Seal Records by Famous ArtisU My Old Kentucky Home Alma Gluclt 74386 Angel's Violin obb. by Kreisler John McCormact 88479 l 1 he "His Master's Voice" dealers (in every city and town in cordially invite every Victor and Victrola owner to come in and hear the whole of this splendid list. Ask for free copy of our June supplement giving, a comp'cte list of all ihe new Victor Records and our 300 page Musical Encyclo-1 pedia, listing over 6000 Victoi Records. Come in to-day and hear these GRAM 6-PHONE CO., Lirhiied Our stock is complete with a full line of Victrolas, together with Records, including all the latest dance music MASON klSCH, Limited Street South 21 Branche. Phone 791 ;