Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
;TtfURSDAY. JUNE 11, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MPRESS TO-NIGHT FIVE REELS OF PHOTO-PLAY VAUIEN AND RAEMONDE IN THEIR GREAT MUSICAL ACT COMING HON. Hi TUESDAY IN FIVE REELS THROUGH FIRE TO FORTUNE S T A R L AND TQNIGRT_ TWO ACTS "Faith of Her Fathers" A STORY YOU'LL LIKE GREAT KEYSTONE COMEDY THRILLING "His Reward" EXCITING MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN'PRICES v-Winnipeg; Man-, ,3unc .ing and closing.prices on the "exchang- es today were-as follows 'July -3H Mi '.Jnlv )-41i M1< WINNIPEG CASH PRICES spring No. 1 No. 2' Nor. Oats- No. 2 C. W................. 3 C. No. 3 ...v............... No. t i iV. w. G. Dec............................ GH1CAOO 38} 38J .1.101 '-'90S Sil-3 835 o'8-ij 864 85} 851 S T A R L AN D T O N I G H T GOVEKNOK-GENERAL AMONG THE INFECTED CHILDUEN As an additional attraction tomor- row night, several aulomobiU" races are being staged, and some oi the )esl known drivers in Calgary will be Jiere. The C. P. K. is giving special rates to Glciclien anil return. LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, June since the beginning of the have "been moderate, and the liig run of last not likely to he dupli- cated. Cattle prices are steady, and p.re not likely to advance just at pre- sent, as is amply supplied. Best hogs'arc" selling at hut the market has a 'weak undertone, and anything of a glut would bring the price down to the mark, or lower. There is. good demand lor sheep and calves, but'few are on the market.' Ruling (juota.tions were1 sis follows: butcher steers, 7.25 to 7.50; fair to good butcher steers, 6.10 to choice butcher heifers. 6.20 to 7.00; fair to good butcher heif- ers, 5.35 to 5.SO; ilicst fat cows, S.75 to 15.25; fair cows and heifers, 4.85 to o.30; common cows, 2.S5 to 4.55: best IniUs, 4.75 to cominon bulls, 3.10 to -1.00; best feeders, 5.50 to ti.Za; best stockers, 4.85 to 5.K5; best and springer's, 40.00 to 50.00. calves, 5.50 to 6.00; calves. .S.OO, to 8.50. 'good lambs, 7.00 to 7.50; choice killing sheep, f.OO to 6.50-. hogs, 7.10; roughs and bekvics. C.OO to C.25: titd'SS, -I.SO. tii His RoyaVHishness- inspecting the Preventoriurn at the "rst Canada for infected cliildren. at Infancy e "cThmui in the effofl not to peek at -a .'real duke, while softly singing-the Lord's Prayer. The is conducted by tfao Daughters of. the Empire. Holidays This Year Will Last Two Promoted Another-splendid attendance report was submitted to the members the school board last night by 'Superin- tendent Hamilton, the percentage at- tendance for May being ilO.7, slightly increasing that of April, when a record was set for the year. The en- rollment for tlie month was. 15'12, against l'1-ll for May, last year. Mr. Hamilton reported the resigna- tion of Kinney, who is giving up teaching, and 3lr. Shaver, vicfr- prtn'cipul at Central who" is returning to the .University. JHss B. Slinrmaii has been offered a position on the staff of the Practice School of the Camrose iVormal, and she .re- quested a year's leave of absence. It was felt that a teacher of her abil- ity would greatly profit by the ex- perience, and should she return, the I.ethbridgc schools would benefit, so the. request was granted. W. K. -Frame, who has done excel- lent work at Harciieviilc, was ap- pointed to till the vic'e-principalship at Central, hut. the other vacancies were not dealt with at last-night's meeting. There w'ill he two full months of i vacation this as it was to close the schools on the 30th of this month, and open them again on Tuesday, September'1st: The examin- ations will begin about the 22nd. The j teachers wanted the schools' to ehise Ion Friday, the 2lith, hut the board would not aeeede to this as it would mean a lessening of. the teaching days of the year, and the possible sacri- fice or endangering of the .school grant, and if the request, was grants cd, it would also mean the commenc- ing of the fall term the laltat part of August, when a lull month's sal- ary would have to be paid. The va- cation this year is nearly two w.ceks .longer than" last year, or any Previ- ous year, when it has been only six weeks. Tlie estimates for school repairs for the year were submitted, but not passed. The members of tlie board will personally visit all the schools in order that they may be in a better position'to pare the esti- mates. i'- Principal Hodgson of the High school, waited on the board with, a request that the .school hoard issue diplomas in the courses, so that the graduates may be in a M Do "Wttoot Tiiem Gin Pills the only tilings thai keep him well. THE LADY EVELYN "I'he.Canadian Clovunimcnt steamer whlcli rescued moat of the eurvivorn or tlio of tuo limprcas. RSYER, Out. "Enclosed please find 5oc. for which kindly send me 9 bnx of.GIN PILLS, us I don't feel that I caii remain long some of, them in the house. I find thenrso good that'if I am out GIN PILLS, the house seems to. lie nil wroliir somehow. Kindly send pills by- rcuini mail." RICHARD. TJ you have any trouble in getting GIN in your ueigliborhbou, write direct to us, enclosing tlie regular retail price, jbc. a, box, 6 .for ami your order by'return mail, at the same iime Riving you the name of a nearby dealer who handles GIN TILLS. Tliere is :io other remedy in the world' Hint Ms so quietly and so effectively in relieving Pain lu the curing Kidney and lllndder Troubles, Suppres- sion or Incontinence ol Urine and driving Rheumatism out of the system, Sample box free if you write us, men'-; .ttnnintf tula paper. National Drug and Cb.em.Co., of QalfadftLimited, Toronto.. MnnpaTToue Blootl -Tablets purify anil enrich the good for and younj; girls. Joe. a box. soa positira to show their grading to prospective employers when seeking employment. It is altogether likclv that this will be done. Mr. Hodgson also referred to the ncefl1 for more tim in the manual 'training department for those students who intended t follow technical lines. He suggested that some of the literary subjects cut out, and substituted hy mon technical theory :and. practice, prorid cd there- were chough students wisli ing to enter these special courses. The. High school exams, start on Monday the 22nd, but grade nine will not write. Nineteen are tor University standing .and 21 for dip- lomas. The following is a synopsis of Su- perintendent Hamilton's attendance' report-; 1311 1913 Enrolment for month 15-12 H-11 Average daily attendance 1309 1152 1'crccntage SfJ.O Average daily attendance for term 1303 1330 FULL HOUSES AT EMPRESS The feature bill at the Kimnress last night attracted the third full house to that theatre this week-, and the prospects-are good .for another] bumper house tonight. With a. five- reel programme of pneto-iJlay md one of the best vaudeville acts ever seen on. a local audience well repaid. Varieu aud Ilae- monde, playing instruments of every description are sui-elj- as clever a pair of musicians as one would wish to hear, and their 'novelty act nishes a real headliner. The same programme- is. billed for tonight. This special feature 'film is the two-reel. Pathe "Broken Lues a stpn of strife among the workers in a knitting 'factory, with Irving Cummings In the leading role. The management asks its patrons to watch for the splendid fcattne I hrough Fire to roFrtuhe or the Sunken Vi age in Mis reels on Monday and Tuesdav Hemem'ber also the children's spec- ial matinee on Saturday. DANCE AT K. P. HALL TOMORROW What will possibly be the beat dance of the season Will be held at the K. P. hall on Friday evening. The popular Starland orchestra will sup- ply the music, so It is safe to say tha't all who attend can .count on a. good time. Tickets may'be secured at Starlaml ticket of.fice. or at the K. P. hall on Friday night. OXEFOTJR NEWS Ted SouthAvorlh .bought a team of horses and proposes lu'dp more farm- ing in future. 'Corporal J. S. Jarraaii, who has been in charge of the Wild Horse sta- tion, H.' N. W.- jr.-P., for a year past was recently called .to Letlibridgc, and is'suciaerted ,'liy Corporal Moorhcad from Irvine. Officer U. 0. Wllis, of Coufts, transported the bajgagc for the parties. The oil excitement has not _yet rcachrd the "craze" stage at Oncfour Friday and Saturday Mary Pickford IN "Hearts Adrift" A ROMANCE OF TANGLED LIVES INTERWOVEN WITH; THE'MIST OF THE. SEA. are the three big factors in con- tributing to. the" high pi-estige enjoyed by this popular line. Sailings every Saturday from Montreal. Full information gladly furn- ished by all Railway and Steam- ship -Agents. H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main St., Winnipeg but tho location midway between the Sweet Grass Hills of- Montana, and the Cypress Hills of Canada, is fav- orable" for the presence of an oil-beji- ing anticline, wind] seems to be in- dicated in othei parts of the 'Milk River, district. 'Ihe fact thai water flows in' two opposite direc- tions :in l.obt Coulee, points to an ancient fold, or ridge that iDay, warrant investigation. WATROUS RESIDENT DROPS DEAD Saskatoon. Sask., June Anderson, a, prosperous citizen ,ot Watrous.. Sask., dropped dealt ;iiere last night. All roads lead to' Gleichen today and -.tomorrow, where the only stam- pciln-in Canada this year, is now in full swing. _ From far and near those who know a goou'tiiiic when tlic.y sec it v.'ii! gather, and they will not lie disap- pointed. Some especially will he re- warded. There arc many whoso knowledge of the wild ;and woolly west was; gleaned, (com the stories read in boyhood's happy days, and many who when they read bt the "deeds oi hoped that they mighlt emulate, some of.- tile stirring deeds done by the old-time cowboys'. Their, drcamiT will he fully at (ileichen there are some "i-ciil1 twisters, .including such known T.'.illaws as Two Step, Hoostcf, Scar 'Head, Tornado, Harry Sage iHcn, and to perfonn their prettiest, aeveral local riders will he. them. "I Know What I Want For Breakfast G O R N FLAKES Mother lets me have a11 want of it. She says its good for me." Nothing else like Kellbjtfs. Be sure of the signature. lOc at all Grocers.