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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TTf REE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice to the Public As tlio Entrance and Exit ol' Uie-Street-Qiir.s is now in the front end of'the car, the curs must stop at the near side of any in- tersecting-street in order to avoid blocking thai street; that is (he car inusl stop before.crossing anj intersecting street. Wili you'kindly reiiiember this and he'lp.the service by being on the right sidc.iol the street when you wisl to get on the cars. A.REID COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES MARKETS TUESDAY'S. CHAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., .lime op cning and -closing on the grain ex changes today were: Open CIos (July............. S31, Soft 8S> Ceceinber........' 84 S4 July SO.Vi 38 July -141 141 October 144% 1445 .November.........' U3% 1435 141V Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern, M% Ko. !i Northern 2 C.-W. No. S C. W.............'. Ko. 3 No. 4......... No. 1 N. W. C.i........... No. 2 C. W. Minneapolis Wheat Open .Inly SS% September S3Vi December S5 Chicago Wheat SI Street r OF txoriTFH STKIKE BE FLASHED OVKK Of K 1'ItlVATH WIKK. DON'T LEAVE YOUlt ON THE KOOF. YOU CAN IN AT THE liAHEBIEXT TODAY, NFFD LADDER. Come consult the prices ol tlic .uaiM'L WESTERN STOCK EXCHANGE "They have the only leased wire in the Free Advice On Foot Ailments No neeil tb'siMer any longer, tome in and see Dr. C. Vermilyea. the. Orthopedic Specialist, will give free consultations and advicu on all toot ailments in our store. and Saturday, June 19 and 20 Dr a.well known and thoroughly qualified Orthopedist and is fully competent to pre- scribe for 'foot troubles of every k...... Young or old, with minor or acute troubles, it makes no differ- ence- do not-fail to consult the Doctor while yon may do so at our expense.. It is a rare opportunity thai is oBerea'-tlie citizens of Lethbridge district to consult an orthopedist of Dr. Vermilyea s stmidiiiR In the profession; arid' when you may do so without cost iu you, ii is doubly fortunate. Do not fail to visit the tjoctor in our store. Come early in the momln'T If you vvould avoid waiting. We carry a com- plete stock of the Sclioll comfort-giving appliances and remedies. W. J. Nelson Co. 3rd Ave. South The Foot Toggery Lethbridge CUEIS, HERE IS ONE OIL! EMPRESS-TONIGHT Through Fire to Fortune; or, The Sunken Village Master Lubin 5-part melodrama, showing the discovery and burning of an oil well today fired two cathedrals here. -Cavalry ami sharp- shooters Iiave arrived. At Naples railroad workmen continued the agi- tation. The train service, however, is almost normal. July September December BlVi 38 Vi 38V4 Close S8V4 84% S3V4 j are the three big factors in con- tributing to the high prestige enjoyed by this popular line. Sailings every Saturday from Montreal. Full information gladly furn- ished hy all Railway and: Steam- ship Agents. H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main Winnipeg Albanian Capital Under Heavy Fire of Artillery Again This Morning THE KING LED IN PERSON WHITE STAR DOMINION 84 Vi Noon price's furnished by AVestern by private leased Stock Fjxchange M-ire: Open 'Albertii Petrofeuiii .K Black ii.MI Illack Diamond, No. 2 1.30 Coml. Oil .25 Deep Wells........ 1.80 Empire.. Federal Fidelity. Okotoks Piedmont Prudential S. S Standard Oil Fields Trenton United Union Pacific.. Can Western Pacific 1.1.0 M .IS .71 .13 .21 1.03 .3S .40 .14 V6 lfi.00 .16 .Viii Close .131 4.80 I 1.30 l.SO 1.10 j .liOi is! 1.00 .40 .15 16.00] .17 SUMMER SCHEDULE From Montreal From Liverpool LAURENTIC Sat. June 20...... TEUTONIC Sat. June June 13 MEGANTIC Sat. July 7........Sat. June 20 CANADA Sat. July II.'...'...Sat. June 27 And weekly thereafter. Bool; early 'and secure choice of accommodations. Secure prepaid' tickets for your friends coming from Eur- ope. Vve have exceptional fa- cilities for taking care of this class of business. Ask about our 4 weeks' trip to Europe for ?190. Weekly Sailings from'Nei'i York, Boston, Philadelphia, by the following American Line, (one class cabin steamers Wihite Star Line, Leylaml Line, Atlantic Trans pert Line, Red Star Line. Berthing lists now open for all summer sailings. For space, rates, sailings, etc.. apply to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street. Or to any railway or steamship apsnt. Albania, June er attack on the Albanian capital was made by Mussulman insurgents at six o'clock this morning when heavy artillery was brought to hear on tlic defending force commanded liy Prince William. The guns of the attacking torces were soon located in the vicinity oi Rasliul and the artillerymen in the garrison quickly found the range'. The opposing forces then engaged la a brisk artillery duel. Detachments of bluejackets from the international i fleet lying off the coast, took up po- sitions in tlic neighborhood oi the foreign legations and consulates and also erected barricades around the royal palace. Several Austrian torpedo boat tle- stroyers started early in the day lor Scutari to embark 500 tribesmen loyal to I'rincc William's government to reinforce the garrison ANGLICAN SYNOD MEETS.. IN CALGARY Calgary, Alta., June fourteenth synod of the Augli- can diocese of Calgary was op- ened this morning' at an im- pressive service conducted by the Bishop of Calgary, 'who de- 's livered an address, covering the work of the past year. 'There are sixty clerical and two hundred lay delegates in attendance. Reveille, I! a. m, Hick parade, 6.30 a. m. Breakfast, 7 a. m. Morning training, 9 to 11.30 a. witli a hall hour interval. Dinner 12.30. Afternoon training, 2 to' 3 p. m Recreation, 3 to 5.15 p.m. Tea, 5.30 p. m. Guard mounting, li.30 p. m. Retreat, 7.30 m. 1st Tost, 9.30 p. m. The guard will only be mounted for one hour, so. that most of the hoys will be free ior all evening for j the athletic events in the evening. ALBION RIDGE Mr. Simpson are spend- ing the summer at Albion Ridge with his hrother-in-Iaw, Sir. Pulley. Rcnj. Davis is down from Nranton, spending a couple of weeks with rela- tives. Edward Lynn has returned from a trip to the north, whore lie visited Edmonton, Edson and other places in which he is interested in a business wny. .Ylrs. Zimmerman returned lasl week to her old home in the east. She will be much missed by the many friends, whom she made while residing at Albion Ridge; Von Can Quickly Free Your Skin From Hairs (The Modern Beauty) Here is a liair-removing treatment that is free from pain or danger and requires .very little time: -Make a: paste with some powdered delatonel COL. SAM SILENT Ottawa, -June the ab- sence of the Minister of .Militia, no statement was obtainable at the. de- partment as to 'what is to be done with tiie Goth Regiment of Montreal, for carrying arms, contrary to orders, in the Corpus Christ! procession at Montreal on Sunday. The order was not rescinded, and the question now is what' is to be done about it. It is felt here that it may do nothing. Tonight Only ASK YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT "The Stiletto" THE 'REEL FEATURE EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY 9th SERIES Our Mutual Girl A DANDY Keystone COMEDY ft m jo m m -n s (0 O C 1.3 3J 2 5 o> m of the capital. Major Roelsfema, one of the Dutch o'licers of the Gcmlarmcrir, was ap- j pointed today to succeed to the com-'l mam! oi the iroops left, vacant yes- 1 terday- by the death during the fight- ing of Colonel Thomson. The insurgents express their deter- mination tn have a Mussulman as ruler of the country. paste w'lin some .n.iuiu...-. and water, spread this on the hairy surface anil in about two minutes nib it off, wash the skin and the hairs are gone. Excepting where the growtli is unusually stubborn, you will flnil a single application sufficient to banish hair. To guard against disap- pointment, it is best to get the deia- lone in an original package. EXSHAW MURDERERS ON TRIAL Calgary, Altii., June three Russian bandits, Sokoloff, Steve JIanelik and Joe Smith, on trial this morning before Justice Walsh in the Supreme Court, charged v.-ith the murder of John Wilson of the Canada Cement Co., at .May 22. by shooting him. The case is expected to last two days. Winnipeg With four dissentient votes the Manitoba Methodist con- ference this morniny passed a reso- lution approving the "banish the bar'' policy. The extension of pas- toral trrins in exceptional cases was favurcil and the general conference will memorialized to that effect. CANADA LINE DI f 1 Cx-v DIRECT TO mfm i K i I IN 'it I C.-I-N I Montreal Quebec Hamburg Bremeh Rotterdam. Direct Service. no minim PALLANZA July 3 K- PTICM. Buy fro board nlftht bodice all Points PTICM. Buy from n 7 or Steamihlp Ticket Aftrnt. W. M. MACLEOD Agent Main St., Winnipeg, Man. BOUNDARY CREEK Boundary Creels, Alta., June. Copious ruins have fallen lately and everything looks in fine condition in j consequence. Prospects on tlie Creek Were never brighter for a good I hay and grain crop. The Simpson family intend moving into their new residence in about ten day.s time. Before doing so, however, they arc to give a large dance next Friday evening in honor o' the occa- sion. Two oil prospectors from Cardnton have been busy lately, and have fomld j indications that oil abounds in the j vicinity. I J. (Tidier arrived home Friday af- ter a tour of the province. Jack claims that Boundary Creek is ahead of them nil, especially in grass. Mrs. Ooohrlng of Suffield with her family Is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. M. W. Schoonover. She is agrec- jably siirpriscd to see everything so grooii and prosperous looking out here. James Fldler, sr., has been on' a week's visit to S. A, Harris, customs officer, Twin Lakes, Phil Samara has joined his brother Andy on his homestead. Phil has been In Montana but says everything; is backward down there, compared to this district, Local Concern Compli- mented on High Quality of its Output by Highest Authority in Canada "Original treatment seems to be the outstanding feature of the group of specimens from the Lethbridge Herald. The samples seem to stand out prominently on account cf the uniqueness and pleas- ing typography. Among the ether spe-cimens is a booklet that is handled admirably. The cover ;shows a pleasing design printed in blue on gray antique and publisher, Toronto. "Original, Unique, Pleating" This Grade of Stationery Will Create a Good Im- pression of Your House NO DOUBT ABOUT EMPRESS Be sure to see the greatest produc- tion in picturedom at the Empress to- night. H is there For the last time. In connection with the Empress, there need be no doubt. There is never any doubt about the best. This feature is a marvel of dramatic and artistic achievement, and is executed by ctev- artists, aided by perfectiou in photography. In addition there is the rippling Vit- comedy, of course: "The Late Mr. in which Clarence, though handicapped by six.e, and Jones junior, falls into a rain barrel, wins tho wlrto'w and spanks his pros- pective son-in-law. Sid Drew, your favorite, and L. Rogers Lytton, ap- pear in this reel of real Tun. CATARRH: OF THE BLADDER' Rallendla 24 Hours _ of FREE EXHIBITION The wonderful Free Exhibition of the Pi 10to Drama of Creiitimi whicli. is causing- so inueli attention iu nil the large eitie's oi: the' Continent COMMENCING TODAY AT THE Sherman Theatre iiiuler I lie iiuspires of the lutornntionnl Hi hie .Students Association. TWO PEBFOJJMAJfCES ABE GIVEN DAILY AT 3 AND 8 P.M. It comprises in all nearly two miles of films and 470 heautifully hand colored slides, accompanied by a lecture given by two Yic- trolas which were kindly loaned by Mason Eisch, Ltd. ALL SEATS ARE FREE AND NO COLLECTIONS TAKEN AT STARLAND TOMORROW Gray, a blacksmith, Sydney Ayres: Lucy, his wife. Vivian Hich; "the Hid] Man, Harry Von Met- er; iho [ilacksmith's helper. Jack Richardson; the Teacher, Louise Les- ter; the School Board, Charlotte Bur- ton and Caroline Coolie. In this photo-play, depicting the scenes described in the widely-read poem, David Gray is a hard-working who, as he works, thinks with envy of the ease of the rich man, his neighbor across the way, while he has to labor day in and day out to provide for his children. Ills dream of envy is suddenly dis- turbed by the clang of the village fire-alarm bell, and as the word spreads that the school house Is afire, David Gray leaves his forge, and runs np the road, crazod with fear for the safety of his children. That night, as the Rich Man sits In his costly home, he thinks.of David i Gray with envy, for, although he Is rich, ho is wifeless, childless, and growing old. As he drearaud lie wish- led ho was David Gray. As the Rich Man dreamed, David Gray stood looking down at his child- ren, safe and sound asleep in their beds. "My darlings all safe! O, he; cried; My sin in Thy boundless niercj' hide. Only today have I learned how great Hath been Thy bounty and my ea-. Women's Confidence in thaofflcacysf this thoroughly trid home remedy is never misplaced. In every health, strength, npir- its and in find better after timely use of BEECHAMS PILLS Mlntnr ;