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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 19H THE LETHHIUDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CITY OF Notice to the Public 'As the Entvarice and. Exit of the Street, Oars .is now in the front end of the car, the cars must stop at .the near side of any in- tersecting street in order to avoid blocking that street; that is the car must stop before crossing any intersecting street. Will you kindly remember this and help the service by being on the right side of the street'when you wish to-get on the cars; A.REID COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES WEDNESDAY'S June closing prices on Ilia .ioilay Tvere 'July ......_. Oct........... Ere. 'July GRAIN PRICES and Open Close 92J S5-i 83 35 Oct'. _ .1.14 1.13 _. CASH PRICES Spring 1 Nor Ko. 2 N'M No. 2 C. W No. 3 C. W. _ Barley KO. 3 ____ tin. -I KO. 'i iv. c Ko. 2 C. W. MINX-EAI'OIJS 'July 8s Sept S.'i Dec S4i CHICAGO 'July S2f Sept 81 i- lice 83J- 85 i 83 J 30 '-1 II'1 1.4-11 1.43" 931 91 38 S- 38 1.40 1.37 87 J S2J, 81 OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool. June wheat-mar- let 'opened weak, with realizing in- duced by the lower American cables yesterday, and pressure of win- ter, and values were %tl. low- er. Favorable reports were received from India, and cargoes were freely offered. During the morning the tnarKet was supported, aud advanced %d. with bullish advices from France find less favorable. European crop developments reveal that requlre- tnents will be 'arge. The market, after the opening, was flull, but supported all along the line and at l.HO prices were Vzd. lower. GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, June Itat- ehellor, cattle importers, report warm Weather, and trade, slower for heavy .handy sorta are unaltered. steers, 15 to IP tents per pound: Irish steers, II to 15, and bulls, to J3V5- 5th Street INVESTORS: Buy Your Oil Shares Through THE WESTERN STOCK EXCHANGE "They have the only leased wire in the city." Watch the the habit BtiETIBilEIH I-fOndon, June Bur- leigh, oldest and most widely known war correspondent, died here today. A Scotsman, born in Glasgow near- ly seventy years ago, Bennett; Dur- leigh Joined the ranks of the Confed- erates in. the Civil War and fought through the entire campaign, being twice captured and sentenced to death by the Northern troops. In 1SS2 he began his con nection 'with the London Daily Telegraph, which lasted till his death. He fol- lowed for that payer, the ECgyptian war and various Sudan' campaigns, the French annexation of Madagas- car, the As limit! war, the Spanish ex- pedition In Morroct-o, the Somali war, the "Russo-Japanese and the recent Balkan war. Bennett Burleigh, was wcM-ltnown by many Canadians, and 'ivas D wel- come visitor to the Canadian hut at the Bisley meeting. During 'the American Civil war he was jailed in Toronto, accused of bel- ligerent acts on Canadian soil. He was eventually liberated by order of the Imperial government. All of the Romantic Road EMPRESS-TONIGHT AN EDISON "All For His Sake" PART DRAMA The Hermit's Ruse His Lordship Billy Smoke VITAGRAPH COMEDY AND TWO OTIIEKS NO DOUBT ABOUT THE EMPRESS When Leo. T. of Calgary, has completed his work in the south, every roaii, highway and byway in Southern Alberta will he catalogued nd entered into Ihe book which he is preparing fur the Calgary and Ed- monton automobile clubs. Mr. Eng- David Kerr, Gus Austin, Dave Do- Ian, Dave Alexander, Albeit Murray, Pat Cregan and Elliott Xousic, ai'i de- tached from any visible means or ex- istence, appeared before Magistrate ,today 'with tales of hard luck, and were given six hours to put L-eth- bridge on the sky-line. One drunk was fined and costs, and a theft charge against Henry Cosman was left over until Thursday. The vags wore scooped in from the C.P.R. yards where they, were domiciled for the time being In empty bos cars. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla are just the right medicine for. .the children. arc constipated their kidneys are out of order over-indulgence in eome favorite food gives them indigestion Morse's Indian Root Piiis will quickly and surely put them right. Purely neither sicken, wcakenor gripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's hcalih by always keeping a box of Dr. Morse a Indian Root Pills in the house, They6i K.cp Children Well !ish has been in the district for the last few days going over the n the south. Included in the liook which he is preparing, will be a key map allowing Ihe position oi the towns, places, garages, hotels, sup- ply houses, and all the information that is necessary to Uic touring au- toumbilist. Another detail map will foe inserted, showing ail the speed- ometer readings in both directions, together with road notes. The Cal- Provincial a'nto ..traffic. This is1 the first city encountered by tourists from the United States coming in by way of Coutts. It is the intention of the clubs in the province to divert some of the traffic fiom the famous Lincoln Highway in the. United States, to Banff and the other plea- sure- and beauty spots in Alberta. It is believed that the trarei over this road will be exceptionally heavy with tourists en route to tiie Panama Pa- cific Exposition. A log of the road from G lacier Park and the Water.ton Lakes will be taken, so as to make travel from there so easy that tour- ists will not refrain from taking in Alberta on their way to the great fair, and it is-likely that the Inter- national Highway from A rest. Falls to Lelhbridge 'will figure in the gary club is spending on road j siens and the committee in 'charge scllcnie- -i.; has-liecii ordered to work. These will I Mr. Knglish fc .anxious to the placed' the road froni Cal- I Auto Club' in betTibndge revived. The! garyto Lethbfidgc. Logs of all Ihe !ias a distinct duty to perform j irnporlant roads in the" province are j liere il1 posting road signs, he says, i being- taken, from Athabasca to the fcc cannot see why they should I International border, and in'1 south con-sideraljle detail work is .-be- ing done. Mr. -English has already taken the log. of the road from Ulac- leod, and has gone to Coutts today. He, will, then proceed to iUedtcinc Hat, while. Mr. Henderson goes over the Lakes road. Air. .Eng- lish pointed out the strategic posi- not .avail themselrcs of the-opportun- ity to guide .ttuf southern joy .riders into (he city! JMr. English is incidenlaiir igatiier- ing advertising from the various towns, and has already obtained ads from Calgary and Edmonton. He be- lieves that the Ad Clubs should co- operate with the Auto Clubs lion of Lethbridge in connection with foqosting for their towns. m Another Old Timer, Hugh McLaughlin, Gone to His Reward SCOTCH WHISKV Quality and purity combine to make Black and White Scotch Whisky the standard of excellence. D. 6. fiOBLIN, Toronto Solo CutBdiBo Aseat 33} KEEE8ES KEEEEtS IEECCEES ill IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY "IWl, SEATTLE cSlorlciofSoliilCoinfoi In MicccntiRof mid stores on 'wlh titles, flnililine iiboHiich- steel nmlmnrblc, EOROrEAN pct inm Wllh f"