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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, .JUNE 12, 191) DAILY HERALT PAGE THREE A PROGRAM OF LAUGHS Today and "The Uphill Climb" ___---------------------------- A TWOPART COMEDY DRAMA TOIflOrrOW 4 Oil Agent" Farce Comedy, and 4 MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, .lime anil rlcKing prices on (lie grain excludes (today were -as follows Open Close Get................... Oats- '.July Oct............................ 1.13S 1.131- WISXll'Ett CASH PiiH-K.S Sprinp; Ku. 1 No. 3 Nor................... Ko. 3 Nn. 4 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. W................... 3HXNEAPOUS Wlieal- 11 uly. Sept........................... Dec. !I3S 3IJ 1.10 1.37 Ril S'l.i 80.1 Preisz's Select Orchestra S.I50 Till Jl.OO O'clock To-morrow Night SPECIAL T.IUCKS OX ALL 'RLUM.TS AND (JOXrHOTIOXEUY Conic in and try our Ire Cream Palace Confectionery Opposite Ak'xnmlni Hold Troops Ordered to Concentrate 200 Boats and 1000 Men Came Through Storm-Situation Looks Better at Towns of Forlia and Ravenna RISES OUT OF STRIKE TEN DEAD ARE I FOUND! Home, June nf a St. .John. -V. H., June 12. The revolutionary character report-1 fishermen oi llic tiaspc licet arc sate CHICAGO i 'July SI! 835-j Bept.......'.................... s3' Dec................... 85i 81 j I Oil activity took on' a feverish as- pect this morning. As predicted yesterday, Black Dia- inoml number one, opened particular- ly strong this morning, owint; to re- ports of a strike. sold readily yesterday at S3 and It is list- ed from'the Calgary slock exchange, today at S6. Immediately on opening at Calgary it listeil at {6.25, pnd-a million dollars cliange.d hands. Yc.ry little trading was done In oilier stocks. Union Pacific dropped io 17 cents, but at..this price .were picked, up Sev- eral tlie'Western Stock Kxchange, which furnished all thp news hot from the wire, who were waiting to pick iip.any quantity of it.'. P. at 17, were disappointed, for jI rose in a very few minutes to 18. The noon close over the Western wire follows Alberta Petroleum 15e. lilack Dia- mond British Canadian 7Jc. Dingman SSii.OO. Uome 5Sc. Empire Fidelity ISc. H. 10. 3Ionarch SIS. Okotoks l.'3c. Piedmont 21c. Prudential Stokes Stephens 3fic. Trenton llic. United Slli. Union Pacific 18c. "u'est Canada ?5. West- Pacific 52. Indications arc-that the Calgary Industrial Exhibition which opens on draw the largest crowd of Alberta, visitors in its his- tory. Last year the attendance was but'this- year it- is expected that, the exhibition turnstiles will register at least visitors. N'o effort has been spared to make Ibis popular summer fair larger and bet- ter than ever. With the opening day still several weeks away, the number of mitries being received daily and the reserva- tions being made in the, buildings, in- tlicate thai, there will be much to see at this year's Exhibition.' The better babies contest is proving very popu- lar among Alberta mothers. Ollu'r features are special for chil- dren, a general live slock prize list, large, prizes lor grain and special prizes for bread. Thorp will be high class attractions including exception- ally line lireworks, and a grand military tattoo in which S25 musi- cians will take part. Entries ;'or the exhibition close '.June 13lh. ICE CREAM, Home-made Confectionery, and Fruits lethbridge Kandy Kitchen 3rd Opposite Old Wesley Church cd today throughout ihr four prov- inces of Bologna, Ferrara, Uavenna and Korlia forming what is known as the pomagna. Although a cessation 01 the general strike which began on Monday had been ordered by the labor organiza- tions, the workmen of extreme views in these districts have refused to re- turn to work. The government lodav ordered a concentration of troops, especially in the towns of Forlia and Kavcnna. without Uic loss of a single life. News to this effect has been received from the northern shore, cut oft from the rest oi the world since the ter- rible storm of a week ago, mote than 200 boats with about men from the northern shore of the hay were caught out in the storm. The prop- erty loss is severe seventy boats wrecked, thirteen went adritt and twenty others were damaged on the southern shore of the Bay of Considerable, anxiety was felt in j Chale.ur. Thirteen lives are known de- rcgaru to liavenna from which place] finitely to he lost, while there are news is completely lacking. Nothing still reports of the loss of six others. I lias been heard from there since the despatch of a detachment, of troops from Bologna to assist in restoring order. PRACTICE TRUE ECONOMY BUY CHICAGO BANK- IN EXAMINER'S HANDS Chicago, 111., June La Sa'ile street Trust Savings Bank of which former Senator Win. Lorimer is president, was taken in charge today by the State bank examiner. No busi- ness was done in the bank today, aud the examiner reported, that conditions such as-to warrant the closing of the bank. In the last statement issued by the bank, its capital stock was placed at a surplus of and undivded profits.of lts stock was then, held at par. The body oi Fred Therriault was re- lovrred yesterday and buried at Caraquet, making a total of ten bodies round, eight of the men who were lost belonged to Caraquet and the other five to Siimon, about eight miles below Caraquet. ANOTHER BURGLARY AT REGINA eghia, Sask., .lime burglary was added to the already long list in Regina, last evening, Then the safe of the Northwest Lumber upply Co., was blown by nitre-gly- cerine and in cash taken. Three suspects are under arrest, one of them having ?195 on his person, when searched. The cashier of the Lumber Co. identified a twenty dollar bill as one he nut in the sate last evening when locking up. You got inure Ion far your money and a quality that will delight you by its excellence Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. TELEGRAPHICS serious %ht oc- curred here tudfiy when' strikers in- yadeii I lie railroad station and liiirn- ed several cars besides virtually de- stroying the tclrgraiih ollice. The rioters were dispersed hy a regiment of artillery. Washington Voting on iurlhcr anirndmrlits to llic-rcpeal of the Pan- ama t.'anal tolls exempt ion halted in llic Senate while Senator llrandcge, Kepunlican, made a lung speech in favor of the hill. Hcaiiilinavian, was killed when the engine of thr Imperial Limited struck Hip vehicle in which Haike and four companions were riding. i Uisl night Tcill- ied Hie government rplaling to ni'w papers. The senators did mil like Uiu look of the measure. THE POSTAL LIBRARY Attracts Attention in can Magazines Taking It Up "The Anifii'knn Patriot." May IHBHO, j u niHsaxine nublialKuI ,nl Columbus, Ohio, under tlui auspices oi! the :uitl- saloon league of America, mid widely drcnhiled, eaiiqiMiilly in I In; United States, contning n cnntrihutipn on the I'ostal liihrary, by Josopti P. Tracy, M.A., nrftsiikMit of Lho I'oatal Library league for Canada. The orliclo.alHo includes a fine likeness of Mr. Tracy. Urooks, A crossing Iho Canadian Pacilic Railway tracks in t.i lorry at a point three or four iiiilfs wist of hen- shortly after. Irn o'clock last, night 11. Saike, a MoKenna MI Id in! Ilif Iloiisn Hi a I; he hoped j rnntiirli ovidontT. hail liei-n olitained 1 siilmcrilii'i-fi to Ihr mtlilant fnml In itinn liable! (of llic daiiiagc ddiie. Most people would be benefited by the occa- sional use of Na-Dru-Co laxatives Gently, thoroughly, and wiLhoittdiscomfort, they free the system of the waste which poisons the blood mid lowers the vitality. ?5c. a box, at your DriigRist's. National Drug nnd Co. of Cnnwlu, Limited. 17b the life belts on the Kmpress of Ireland V.TLT not staml- arfi the rliarge nuulr in the 1 louse by Doiiglnft Hall, who said many of (ho bullies were found llo'at- ins "ft i lh their heads in the water. John Hums said the had Keen in- speetrd on February when everything was 0. K. 1 IcndBi'son was clutscn on Thursday ay president of thp t'ltiuidiaa iMnmifucturers1 A.ssr.cia-' I tion. ft.'R. Wwsks oi the C'rntral l.'ongrefiational eliurch, ROCS to liritish 'Guinana as. pastor of Pro- (ieorgeluwn. announced today that IIP would introduce the hill amending Home Rule as it stands without waiting.for further action in llii? House of Lords. The Upper it is understood, will insert provisions for the unconditional ex- clusion of I.Mster. The now bill LS no! likely In into the House ui Lords before June 21. A Yawner is not likely lo be found doing "big things." To succeed nowadays one' must be wide awake ilny- linifs and sleep soundly ;it night. Tea and Cofl'ec, on account (if their drug, caffeine, keep many people awnkn nights and make Iliciu doxy in llic daytime, when, they should he. keen and 'alerl. If. you have any ambition lo "make good" try ting both leu and coll'ee. and using POSTUM Made of whole whoiil and a hit of molasses. Postuni contains no cnlVcinc. or other harmful substance, bill does contain the nulrilinus food elements of the grain. Posluin comes in two forms: Regular boiled, yields a delightful flavour. and packages. Instant soluble powder. Made in the cup. No boiling required. and 50c tins. The cosl per cup of Ikilh kinds is about Ihe same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM by (irocers everywhere. I'oslum-C.ereal Co., Ud., Complete Change Tonight Read, then see "The Sacrifice Jane Dale, supports her sick sister, is told that Rosateeu must go or die. She receives a bonus for overtime work at the with this, and her savings, she plans to send her sister to' Colorado. That night a tramp sees her hide the money. He breaks in and steals very next day, (Jrollnitz, the proprietor of the store, insults Jane, she retaliates, and 'loses her position. The two girls are Rosa- leea is Uiere is no one to whom they can turn. A young policeman tries to make Jane borrow money from .his manner of offering it angers.Jier, and she refuses. Koaaleer, is failing .bcfcre her at last, In desperation, slie writes the proprietor of the store that-she will reconsider bis proposition, if she may come back to work: lor him. The letter falls into the sick sister's rather than have .lane mako such a. sacrifice, she tries ..to end both their lives by gas. The young about the us just, in time to save them. He then proves 'to'Jane that his intentions are and die accepts; the money, sends her sister and finds hew happiness and hope. TWO REEL FEATURE "Genius" A GREAT PLAY WELL ACTED COMEDY ?A Mix Up" LAUGHS GALORE When in doubt, go to Starland WEEK-EN'D BILL AT THE EMPRESS Last night's bill proved a favorite with Empress patrons, and the man- agement lias arranged to continue the big broad policy of offering only the best, and lots of it. Tomorrow and Saturday, Uie pro- gramme will consist of nothing but laughs. It is love and laughter tbat makes the world go love and laughter are featured at the Em- press for the week-end. Look the programme over carefui'iyp and yon will decide to come. "The Uphill is a comedy- drama in two parts, with a beautiful love story, in which a girl saves a backslider. Bessie ISyton, your fav- orite, is featured in "The Adopted Daughter." "The Last Switch" is a rill-roaring" comedy, as the name im- plies, and is produced by the fun-mak- ing Lubin Co. "Her Sick Father" has just enough of pathos to make the pic- ture keen. The Essauay film, "The Sheriff of is a. western a liberal sprinkling ot Singer. This makes a programme with five complete stories, and six that is not all. Those clever actors, inn Imperial Players, will offer night and tomorrow the sketch, en- tilled "The Oil Agent." This is the best yet, am! the management recom- mends it. The children will have an oppor- tunity of seeing a special programme on Saturday tbat interest and delight every youngster, for five pennies. Patrons are reminded again of the I five-part feature "Through Fire I to or "The Sunken I which comes to the Empress for Mon- day and Tuesday. This feature is a marvel of dramatic and artistic achievement, the conception ot a clev er mind, that of Clay M. Greene. SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION CAUSES FIRE Tilbury, Out., June eous combustion in flai stored In the skating rink here, caused a fire which did damage In the town. Friday and Saturday Mary Pickford IN "Hearts Adrift" A ROMANCE OF TANGLED LIVES INTERWOVEN WITH THE MIST OF THE SEA. MR. RICHARD CLARK WHO HAD LIVED IN THAT DISTRICT 26 YEARS A Kscnnaba, fires arc. threatening hero and unless rain tomes soon, miicli damage will re- sult.' Pincher Creek, June -Une. iiy one the 1'incher Creek old- timers arc being called away, and. it ibccomcs our painful duty to chronicle the1 death of Mr. .Richard Ulark, who passed away on Wednesday, June in, at a. m. at Willow Ranch, Lund- brcck. Mr. Clark, who Was in his 87th year, came here about 2fi years ago, and after living in this district through 12 years of its pioneer days, he returned to England. Six years ago he returned to L'incher Creek and for some months past has been in [ailing health. The remains were brought here for' interment and the funeral service was held in St. John's church at 'i p.m. on Thursday, Rev. J. R. GreUon per- forming the last sad riles. The de- ceased left five daughters and one son to mourn his loss. The daughters are Mrs. S. H. Minion, I'incher Creek Mrs. W. T. Uildy and Mrs. Garret) ol I.undbreck, Mrs! .-Mi Cook and Mrs. Ingn of Brooklyn, X. Y. The son is 15. Clark' of London, England. llallcyhury, Ont.-llot weather ami high winds have, fanned the Corral fires into llame again. New Unltcart is threatened. ;