Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 19H- THE LETHBRIDG-E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN' MARKETS Winnipeg, .Mnn., June and closing prices on'the local grain exciianga today were as follows OIILMI Close Inly 02 !4 October....... S45s December Sitii Oats- July July-.! October.......... 14414 Kovembor........ Closing Cash Prices No. 1 NorUiern iNTo. 'A Northern No. 3 Northern...... No, fs'o. 2 C. AC.............. No. 3 0. W............. Kx. No. 1 Feed No. .1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. :i No. 52Vj Rejected.................. Feed................... 48% No. 1 N. W.'C. 130% No. 2 C. U'. 136% .No. 3 C. W. 124% 39% HOH 144% 1-14 K 142 93 85 M There is nothing like a Vidtrola in the Good Old Summer Time. OUR Yi'doi: is tho most com- plete in the city, with a Full line of Vidro- Jns, log-other w-ilh '-SOOO Victor Keeords ;ind till sulies. VICTOR DEPARTMENT 21 WESTERN BRANCHES 404 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 791 In the Evenings when work is over and on Sun- days the Vidrola enter- tains every one with the music they like be There are Victors and Vjctrolas in great variety of styles from lo (on easy payments jf de ited) and ten-inch double-sided Victor Records at 90c for the two all "His Master's Voice" dealers in every town and city in Canada. Write for complete cata- logue listing over 6000 Victor Records, BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY Limited Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY VICTROLA VHI Oak. PRINCE AKTIIUK AND THE COUNTESS HE IS TOMAKRY (Over Western Stock Exchange Pri- vate Leased'Wire) Open CIcr.ie 'Alberta Petroleum J H .1.11 Acme. ;1G .li! Ulack Diamond......- 5.25 British Canada '.'......8 .1% S5.00 S5.oa Christy.. Dome..............90 Empire.. 3.2y 1.2o j ".70 .SO afonareh, .ex.. div .25.00 25.00 Piedmont...........21. .21 [Prudential l.GO 1.50 Okoloks........... .11 .1314 S. S............... ..23 xSunbeum...........llSMi i Trenton.. -........in .1514 I'nited.. 10.50 Union Pacific.......17 .ll'it'i Western Can........ '1.75 n.00 Western Pacific 2.23 2.2" y.Western Petroleum. .1C .17 lots only xoDO lots only z200 lols only No trading in.rcgular Monarch; 5 KAISER WILHELM. II. DAMAGED SLIGHTLY Bremen. Germany, June Norh German Lloyd Co. today issued j fhe following statement concerning tile collision between tbe Kaiser ftVilhelm U. and tbe Inceuieic: "Tbc Kuiser Wilbelm II. was struck on the star-board side oppo- site lier third group of boilers. Slie sprang :i lealc, which.'however, cou'id lie kept under control. Tlie damage! to the Kaiser Wilhelm It. apparently j is less considerable than was at first! supposed.- probably will re- j (luiro only a short time, and will lie j undertaken at Southampton." CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice the Public As tlie Entrance and Evil of tlie Sti'cot Ciivs Js in (lie front cud of the an'. cars nnist stop at tin; near side of any in Ici'soctino- street in ovili i to avoid blocking th il street; that is the cur mml stop before crossing inn ill you kindly Ins and (be, scrvieii being on the riglil side o( the street wbeii you .'wish' lo got on the ears. ..v. COMMISSIONER OF PODLIC UTILITIES Princo Oscar of Prussia, lifth son -of the Kaiser and the Countess Tnu Mario Von Basscwitz, whom lie is about to contract a morganatic mar- riage. BLAZE -AT BURLINGTON, IOWA Burlington, Iowa, Juno Pleasant, Iowa, is recovering.slowly today from tho effects of a disastrous tliat last nlglit destroyed an on- j tiro business block, a 'lumber yard and church, and for a time threatened j the entire town. It is estimated -that 200 MINERS ENTOMBED BURNING COLLIERY EMPRESS-TONIGHT "The Old Reliable TWO-PART VITAGRAPH A REEL GUSHER "A Deal in Oil LUBIN COMEDY HEARST-SEUG Weekly News. Pictorial AND OTHERS Monday Tuesday, "Kathlyri In of'Brides" Ctitmhg, "Judith of Bethulia In Four Reels NO DOUBT ABOUT THE EMPRESS. 'CHICKEN' A FOUL DEED UNEARTHED BY PREACHER--SHERLOCK HOLMES AT MACLEOD lUaeleod, Alia., June ti-ry of the Macleod Hospital, or What Happeiieil lo the Cliickcii, would maUc a dainty bit of ceadiug if put up in novelized form, hut un- forumately no litcratcur witli a dramatic turn of niirui piescot it the meeting or the hospital trus- tees on Tuesday evening when the Rev. A. IX Uichard was deputed to enact the JroJe of Sherlock Holmes ml-find out the fate of a very pal- itable chicken that had lieen sent' t.o .he hospital hut had never reached .-he patient for whom it was intend- ed. The tour (in more ways than one) >lot was unravelled when Superin- rendcnl. Starnes reported that he had ivcd a compbint to the efiect that, i cooked chicken sent to Constable Siuchljcrry by Customs Officer C. MacLean Iiatl not hccn deHvered to the patient lor when the donor called in the evening the. patient foice.d to confess that the bird had not come his way. After some discussion the ministerial member 01" the hoard was instructed lo the chicken with the result thai the discovery was made that tlie chicken had since found its way to its original deslin- the nurse having withheld it for a lime, as the invalid had al- rc'iidy done niwiy with one chicken, uid two hens at onrn have bfen too much for any sick in llioiigh lie is a Moiintic. The only other item of business brought up was the, report of loss of ap- proximately on tlio month's working of the hospital. BOATS COLLIDE AND ONE MAN DROWNED Vancouver, B.C., Junn to i collision between a boat belonging to tho British Columbia Oil Co. and the government boat Knockabout, one- of Urn crew, wiioae name is unknown, vas inn-led overboard and drowned. The collision occurred about, mid- night, 'when it was too dark to find [10 man's whereabouts. RECEIVER FOR CHICAGO BANK Chicago, HI., .June for a receiver for the'La Salle street Trust Ravings Hank, thn -Lorimer. M mi cloy bank, was made today by At- torney-Genera'i P. J. l.ucoy, in the Cook County circuit court. The peti- tion wna bused on the report of tho >tnlG Hank examiner, showing: a de- leted condition of the hank's assets. London, June the Archbishop of York's letter demand- ing, as a non-partisan citizen, a peaceful settlement of the Irish ques- tion there comes today an equally noticeable appeal from Lord Blyth, who has done a vast amount of bene- ficient work for the United King- dom generally in various directions. Lord Blyth has just returned from Ireland, and declares that while we are within measurable distance of witnessing the whole nation under arms there arc also unmistakable igns that a fervent desire exists unoiiK the bulk oMhe population for a peaceful settlement. Blyth says that if independent opinion of the whole population of .the United Kingdom wore obtained, probably not one in lifty would fav- or a prolongation of the strife. Is it right, therefore, he asks, that a small (hough powerful minority of extrem- ists ohould be al.lowed to hinder a compromise. Premier has consented lo receive a delegation of enst-eiul work- ing women on Saturday morning. (lie of ihe Hiils While a majority favored, the re- quired two-thirds WAS buying to uass tho motion, at Huron Anglican dlo- ccac, giving' women u voice in vestries. GUSHER AT THE EMPRESS Although only one of the films of- fered for the at tbe Km1- press, namely, the I-ubin comedy- drama, ''A Beat in has anything to do with oil, the entire offering is a "gusher" in every souse of the word. There arc five full reels of motion that aro motion nothing but, action from start to fin- ish like tho gusher. The feature film, if OOP is more of i feature than another, is (he Vita- ph drama, "Old Htliable." The lierp suffers for ten- years in prison 'or a crime of 'winch lu's em [foyer's son is guilty. His sentence ?mls, and tbe real culprit is disecver'id. "Old "tellable" is re-instated to his form- er position, and regains tho confi- dence, of his employer. The story ilalnly brings out the wisdom of the old saw, "It is better that a dozen criminals escape justice, than that OIHI innocent man he made to The Hears t-Selig Weekly nhows some stirring scenes, among them bc- ,IiiR vicwa firouml Vera har- bor, a poso.of (Jcneral SSarazonga, tho rebels ttt action In the trenches, tho Washington lloreo Show, co-eds train- their crews, and the first trial of; TO-NIGHT See theCalifornian OU Fields Two big redstelling a gripping story of the oil fields Friday THE BIJOU Saturday Daniel FroKman presents "The Pride of; Jennico" By the Famous Players IR cup (lyfoiuler.. There arc others ilso that are truly jusL as good. The man age me lit begs to remind its jatrons of tlie coming of (Jjcir favorite, on .Monday and. Tues- day In her seventh adventiire "The Garden of Brides." Keep the dales in mind. Merc's another reminder: "Judith of a week Jroiu Monday Private Sale Household Furniture Four Days, Commencing Saturday, June 20 At Street, .South, City. 'Next Week-' r- Miss Olive Hichards and Tuesday. jlnd another: The Rmpress, coolest theatre. Sherman Theatre 2 Nights Commencing Tues. June 23rd Gertrude Ritchie in dramatization of ft i its Elaborately Mounted Production SPECIAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY 75o and ?1.00. Jlatlnce HOC.