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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY 11EUALP TAGE THREE Wilt. INVESTIGATE EMPRESS WRECK The Only Way to Keep in Touch with the of the Oil Market is to Watch its Fluctuations. Thia can Only be Done Locally at THE WESTERN STOCK EXCHANGE the only leased wire in the city." We can give you quicker 690 any other brokerage Wreck 'Commissioner Lindsay, who Is conducting preliminary inquiries into the wieck of the Empiess ot Ire- land. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Wliinlpe'K.' Mali., June and closing; prices on the grain ex- changes today were; Open July 93% October 83V4 July 39Vi July-..- H016 October........144 December Closing Cash Prices No. 1 iNo. 2 Northern V. 2 C. No. II .C. W. :No. 3...................... No. 4................... 54 No. 1 W. C......... No. 2 C. Minneapolis Wheat Open July............ September S4 Vi Chicago Wheat July............. 84% September S2% December..... So FOUR WINTERS OF RHEUMATISM of Sciatica And Muscular Rheumatism By "Frail-Minis" R1DGKTOWN, ONT., May silt. 1913. cured ine of Rheu- matism. It was the only medicine that made any impression on me. ,1 ifas 3 terrible sufferer from Rheumatism. I was laid tip for four winters with Sciatica land 'Muscular Rheumatism, and'was completely crippled. Some neighbor of mine told nje.that I started in to take them. I used "Fniit-a-tives" faithfully for two years, taking them every day as I saw they were doing me good, and the results were marvellous. For over two years, I have been completely free from any Rheumatic Pains whatever, and I Rive "Fruit-a- tives" the credit." W. H. RACHHR. joe a box, 6 for trial size, 2Sc. At all dealers or from Pruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Close 85% 39 W 140K 144 Vi 141 38% 3S Local Concern Compli- mented on High Quality of its Output by Highest Authority in Canada IMVz 136V4 Close SO 84 88 Vi 84 82 84% .LIVERPOOL MARKET "Liverpool, June Devaney Co. cattle Importers report that In the absence of definite confirmation of the two outbreaks ot foot and mouth disease in Ireland reported the trade remains in the same uncertain condition though, the' advent of ex- tremely hot weather, early drop in values likely. i PROMINENT MASON DEAD C. E. Lyons of, Fernie Dies at Van- couver After Short Illness Fernie, B.C., .tune T.-as.re- ceived'laat night of the death of C. E. [Lyons at Vancouver. ?Ir. Lyons had not been very -well for the past few rweeks, and advised by his physi- cian here to go to Vancouver for op- eration, but delayed too long, and was unable to recover from the shock. HP. was a prominent Mason, and re- spected by the entire community. In- terment will take place at Victoria, B.C. A case In court, unique in its char- actcr, inasmuch ns it is the first to be tried in British Columbia, where a dog is 10 the principal witness, will be heard here in the near future. The dog is the property of James .Marshall and Is said to be very valuable. One evening recently the Westmins- ter Methodist Epworth League, paid !a visit to Slaiiordvillc for the pur- pose of studying economic condi- I lions. Quite a large number turned out, each person being given' certain things to observe. A very enjoyable time was spent, after which the mem- bers repaired to the church, where some very interesting data was col- lected, a full report of which will he given at the end of the summer ses- sion. :J The following a few of the many items observed by the com- pany that the. streets lacked uni- form width also some had sidewalks one side, others hone at all general opinion was that there is plenty ot t room for improvement. A praiseworthy feature noticed was ihe excellent manner and use that the villagers have made of their gardens, almost every available space being under cultivation. Tire leaguers also came to the con: elusion that StafrbrdvillO' would not prove at all inspiring for an archi- tect, as -tlic taste displayed in all de- ugns imaginable, and the total dis- regard of uniformity in construction, I would certainly prove too much for 'him. The. leaguers felt that a little i exercise on tire part of the building authorities would tend to improve matters. Most of Hie houses were not paint- ed, quite a few only displaying their love, of that commodity by jtlst paint- ing the windows and doors in must glaring colors. Chief of the many recommendations made by the league, "was "the estab- lishment of a non-denominational mis- sion, where instruction in hygiene and. domestic science and languages would be given. The League has a very interesting session mapped out for "the summer and one prove very instructive. ic last public gathering in honor oi Hrigadier and -Mrs. Hunter and family, who pcrishi'd in the Empress disaster, was held last night under the auspices of the Salvation Army. After the band had marched down Fifth street ioilowed by the members of the local corps, a large crowd at- tended at the Army Citadel. Ad- jutant Kemp of Calgary, conducted' the service, and spoke briefly but powerfully from the lext, "Blessed! art they who die in the Lord for j they rest from their labors and their works do follow them." This text ap- plied most fittingly to the deceased who had .spent the larger part of (heir life laboring in India lor .their, blaster. Adi. Kemp pointed out how "precious in the sight- oi the Lord is the ilealll of His because of the fact that by their death they arc raised to a better service closer to the Lord. Aeneas Tullock, brother oi the de- deceased Mrs. Hunter, spoke very j feelingly of the passing oi his sister j and brother, and gave a memorial j talk on their lives as faithful, earn-; cst Christian workers, and of their efforts and sacrifices in India. The class to which Miss Graci: be- longed in the Sunday school sang "Fading most beautifully, and the band played the Dead March. The hymns selected, were most appro- priate, and the service all the way through was a beautiful tribute to the deceased. "Original treatment seems to be the' outstanding feature 6t tlie group of specimens from the Lethbrklge Herald. The samples seem to stand out prominently on account of the uniqueness and pleas- ing typography. Among the other specimens is a booklet that is handled admirably. The cover shows a pleasing design printed in blue on gray antique and Publisher, Toronto. "Original, Unique, Pleasing" This Grade of Stationery Will Good Im- pression of Your House FERNIE NEWS Fernie, B. C., June Duncombc found amusing himself by hitting Gabriel'Spine, bartender at the- King Kdward hotel on the eye j with a glass was rather expensive, as Police Magistrate fined him and costs this morning. A rumor was circulated in the city this morning that au prominent mer- chant on Victoria had dropped dead, and the police and coroner hurrying to his place of business were met door by the supposed corpse, who courteously inquired what NEW COLLEGE HEAD T E Biai linaite Ma., Ph.D., Dean of University o'f Calgary, was ippMnted President of Western Uni- rersity In London. OnL This institu- uon lias been without a head for a long time. Canadian Pacific railway, will be given in Cranbrook A. Sutherland, provincial boiler in he could do for them. The. supmnc court finished the spring session this evening, when the case of Peter Backs vs the Earl of Ramfurley was tried. The plaintiff purchased land spcctor of Nelson, is examining can the defendants with the understand- for engineers' certificates thi: ing that water would be furnished, j in pcrnjc. Three candidates an the sale being made in 1008 and ir-iap ,-or examination. rigation not in operation -until 1913, the plaintiff claiming damages owing to the loss of. crops for lack of .wa- ter. The defendants claimed that no time was specified as to when irriga- VOTERS REGISTER, IN BRANDON TODAY Brandon, Man., June tion opened here today with a swing, there being a glut of autos on either side, and favored liy glorious weather, campaigners are making the most of their opportunities. tion would be supplied when the sale was made, and that this work.could not be done hurriedly and that no less had been sustained. Mr. Justice Clement dismissed the case with costs. A. Macncil, Fernie, and A. Johnson, Cranbrook, for the plaintiff, and A- B. Macdonald, Cranbrook, for the defendants. Decision in the case of Orchard vs. MET SALVATION ARMY HEROES London, June Salvatioi Army Congress today gave a welcome specially significant to the Canadian delegates. Bands met Kenneth Mcln- tyre, a survivor of the Empress of Ireland disaster. It Is said that every Salvationist on board the vessel was prepared to face the end quietly, and '.that many who heroically yielded their life- belts to others. 900 BUTTE MINERS STRIKE Untie, Mont., June. Gov crnor Stewart in'Hie city conducting j an Investigation of the lawlessness of i the last two days, and all local author- j Hies making every, effort to restore calm in the ranks of Bntte's nine i thousand miners, the' city was quiet today SUKVIVOltS, MOST SALVATION ARMY FOLKS, FKOM THE EMPHESS SENATOR {DERBYSHIRE A Liberal Senator, who voted for the Wprdcn .bill ip-rc-lmbursc Farm- ire' dank depositors. WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF Nothing But Features Tonight 2 Reel Dramatic Feature The Stiletto A Distinct Novelty Special jHEATRE, DON'T MISS A DANDY Our Mutual Girl M Keystone NINTH SERIES WOOF WOOF WOOF from Spboncr, Major Mclntyre, Erato. PuB.miir, Major Atwell, Sire. A..-vell, little r.racc na'lsau Bandmaster and Mr, Hannah toth were drowned; Bale, and Coo, oi Vancouver, 13. C. OIL! EMPRESS To-day and To-morrow Through Fire to Fortune; or. The Sunken Village Master Lubin 5-part nielodrama, showing the discovery and burning of an oil well 1 MANITOBA CONFERENCE PASSES RESOLUTION TO THAT EFFECT MRS. PANKHURST ARRESTED This unique picture shows the ar- -est of Mrs. Eminellne Pankhnrst at lor latest militant prank a. few days jgo. She is hold quite closely by the policeman, who seems to think she night attempt to escape. Winnipeg, .Tune a morning session crowded with business the Manitoba Methodist conference in Broadway church today passed a re- solution memorializing general confer once to open all the church courts to the women of the church on the same .prnis as laymen. The resolution car- icd with only two dissenting votes. During the. discussion Kev. J. A. McCluns; said he.should advise the vomcn of Methodism to strike from church work for one year if the re- was not granted. SALTCOATS SCOTCHMAN DROWNED Saltcoats, Sask., June Morrison, ased 25, a Scotchman, was Irowned on Sunday evening, while .milling in Saltcoats lake. ..Efforts to the body were unavailing up till noon today. SENATOR BOSTOCK Tlic Liberal leader the Senate, supported the Tanners' Uunk Measure in the lNO'S .yeniion in'fever' conditions.. It MOT a cure for FEVER, but by keeping the liver wnkmij, it prevent, the poiton in the bioid wmci, when illowed ip continue miglildeviiop -battle TO-DAY- from youtdefjer. Prepared only by J. C. KNO. Lid., Fwh W.rk.. LONDON, bilttd. AtuUfirCtniidii KEYSTONES AT STARLAND TONICUHT In addition to the ninth series of "Our Mutual and a. roaring Key- stone comedy, there is also to be ?een at Starland tonight, one the fiiest two-reel dramas ever offered in pic- tures, viz., "The Stiletto." Courtney Foote, former Vitagraph leading man, makes his debut in He- Hance pictures in this subject. lie plays the entire last reel alone, a dis- tinct novelty. Only an eye, then a hand with a stiletto, and the shaking of a curtain betray the hiding place of the would-be murderer. The final bulge of the curtain as his body falls to the floor is most effective. Donald Crisp and Dark Cloud play, two Ital- ians, of whose vendetta Foote rung afoul. OIL PICTURE AT EMPRESS In these days of oil and oi! talK, no photoplay could lie more timely than the masterpiece, "Through to a Lubin S-part melodrama at the Elnpress today and tomorrow.' John Pearce is given a contested claim to a mine. A popular young manager, Tom Barrett takes, many, of the miners, ami. runs the new mine, on tho.co-operative-plan: 01! is discovered in themine, mak- j ing ft much more valuable than at first but by accident tin Imine is set on Hre.'and. niany'of tha i miners are are rescued iby the masked emergency Btiuad. This 'scene is P.iH'of rea'lishl. The burning j'of the mine.leaves the.vlllaBC above II .without it caves in house by house. ;i'he iin the neishobrhood while, but lit Is later'discovered that the oil well i though still burning Is' workable, anil jail the miners are'imde ri'cl n en -The acting In this lemn kible nlc Is splendid, and theie ire thrill galore. I Hbn! Gco.'K. Coldttdl has been re i nominated by lirandon Conscn i for Hie Manitoba Legislature. Rc'i'na Ciineral hospital wn' rates have km ;