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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE THBRIPCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Theatre. 2 nights commencing Tuesday, June 23rd With a Special Ladies' Matinee at 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday Miss Gertrude Ritchie in GASKELL VITTY-S SPLENDID PRODUCTION FROM HAROLD BELL WRIGHTS GREAT NOVEL Special Matinee entire house 50c. Seats on sale at Box Office MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Juno and closing prices on the G change today were: Open .July .92% December July x October July i. October-... November Closing Cash Prices 2s'o. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern ISO. 2 C. W. .1. No. .3.0. No.-3 ...r Ko. [No. 1 Ny. W.C. No.-2-.C.-.-W.-i-.i-.-.i Open 'Jfily 88% September........ December .Chicago Wheat July S3 VI September........... Sl% December 8-1% The public's hoicc for 40 ears, and still without a rival. Sold by all first- class dealers, cafes and clubs. 133% Sl'.-i LIVERPOOL- .CATTLE 'MARKET Liverpool, June Devan ey importers, report to day that owlnE to the continuance of eiiremelj- liot weather, and conse quent-bad trade throughout the conn try. trade at Blrkenhead today, was lower than last quoted. There was.a marked absence-of good quality, cat tie and top quotations are 18% to 14y2 per the offal. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg; 'June 20.-At the live stock yards on Friday there were m offerings, of real' prime cattle am quotations were not realized. Trad ing was were pnn ciballT local "packers. Choice steer were to Cholo heifers to Best iat cow to Medium.'and commo grades were, as previously nuoted Slockefs and feeders were in tai demand but few offerings. The market, was firm for choic fed arid watered 25 cents per 100 more off-cars. On Thursday night 1 cars of hogs were-shipped cast, and o Friday it was espected a few cars o cattle and hogs would he sbippc east and south all from tbe Unio .Yards. From the C. P. R. Yards ton cars of hogs were-shipped south o Fri-day. The city'water was turne on Thursday to -the C. p. R. yards Huling quotations were as to lows Choice butcher steers t J7.50; fair to good butehcr steer to SS.80 choice butcher lieif- to n.ffO fair -to Rood butcher heifers SS-25 to best fat cpws to fair cows and hellers M.85. to heat fat cows Sfi.75 to fair cows and heifers to 55.30 common cows bulls io J5.25 common, hulls.S3.75 to best feeders to choice stockcrs to best milkers and springers to SvS common- to medium milkers and springers to S50. good calvos 55.50 lo choics calves JSS.UII to Sheep-Choice ncoil lambs to i-hoicc killing-sheep 55.00 lo J5.50. hogs rough and heavy to stags S-I.SO. NO MILITANTS "IN "AUSTRIA London, June shall ne.ver orget what the woman siiffrage-inovc- lient in England has do.ne 'lor aid Or. Sclnvimmef) president of the luugarlan section of the Intel-nation- 1 Women's Suffrage is Hi a visit to England. "The suffrage movement 1n- Hun- Is progressing slowly, but surely. we do not resort to militant tac- Ics. Everything we do is perfectly I aw-ablding. -r "The working people are our great- est friends, and we have beeii helped enormously by the -work done by non- militant suffrage societies in England.- Your country'hafe'Influenced the whole continent in that, respect." WILL SCOUR PEACE RIVER FIELD Old Country Capitalists Behind Scheme to Prospect' the District London.. June. A. Thomas, head ot the Cambrian coal, combine, whose stay iu the United States and the Canadian Northwest has extended over three months, makes the follow- ing statement on the object of his visit tiie third within eighteen months "I am seriously interested; no said, "in coal and mineral develop nient on the other Northern British Columbia and Alberta am Lndsiv several small nafties, of engi- neers were due to leave Athabasca for Peace River for the purpose oi making surveys-and to-locate miner- als. "The district is well known to be richly endowed both in minerals and for agriculture. Somu'of the finest wheat in the added ,Mr. Tho- is grown there, and recently some raised at Vermllllon, on Peace River, won the first prize at Chicago exhibition." Mr. Thomas declared that the labor problem was just as serious in Amer- ica and Canada as in Kngland. Prob- ably it was more serious on the oth- er kite to the different nation- alities to he dealt with. In the West Virginian coal mines there were fif- teen different races engaged. The race that predominated iu the mines was the Welsh. Mr. Thomas said finally that it .night be .regarded as a tribute to free-trade that trade depression ap- peared to he more acute in the .Unit- ed States -and Canada than in Eng land.' CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice to the Public MONDAY Olive Richards As the Entrance and Exit of- the Street Cars is ntnv in. the front end o.L' .Hie car, the cars must stop at the near side ot any in- tersecting street in order to avoid blocking thai street; that is the car must stop before crossing any intersecting si reet. you kindly Temombe'r Ibis and help the service', by being on right side oi the street when you Avisli to get on the, cars. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES C TO-NIGHT See theCalifornian Oil Fields Two big reels telling a gripping story of the oil fields EMPRESS-TONIGHT "The Old Reliable f) TWO-PART VITAQRAPH A KEEL GUSHER VH OH LUBIN COMEDY HEARST-SELIG Weekly News AND OTHERS Monday Tuesday, "Kathlyn In "The Garden of Brides" Coming, "Judith of Bethulia" In Four Reels NO DOUBT ABOUT THE EMPRESS Jas. D. Fuller of tile Cameron who is in the city today, is very greatly grieved over what seem! to him the apparent extfinnlnaion o the antelope on his ranch. Befon Mi-. Fuller left the ranch last fall t< tlio winter In. California tlier was a fine herd of some fifty-two hea( lot these attractive beasts on the Cain 'eron ranch. They roamed the prairie at will, and often grazed along wit] tile cattle and horaes. They were s well treated and protected that the. often found their'way into the pastur close to tlie ranch buildings! Diirin Jl.r. Fuller's absence, the hunters in the vicinity wrought havoc on the herd and there are now only ten of the fifty-two left. Mr. .Fuller is do- ing his best to keei) Hie remainder of tile band together and intact, go that when the Dominion park soiHIi of Medicine llat Is accord- ins to the recommendations made by nrnest Thompson -Seton, who was in this district'some weeks ngo, this herd may be arlded to the other band that will occupy this range. 11 r. Fuller has beou in communica- tion with -Mr. Thoiiipson-SetDii, Who at Greenwich, Conn., and the bitter greatly deplores the depreda- tions that have been made on Mr. Full- er's hcrll. which is well known all through the south. 'THE 3HEPHERD OF THE HILLS" COMING TO SHERMAN There is a character in "The Shep- the the dramatization Harold Bell Wright's novel, which the Sherman.Tor two nights, commencing Tuesday, June called j Preacuta' Dill." Despite the rough-' .less of his character, he has a brand of phKosophy that, In its way, is Quite Kiual to that "David Harurn." Some of his sayings are; "Some fellers can do mighty big things in R dul-ned little way." "Every hound has his strong points, but some has aiore of 'em." "There is a bond or fellowship in sorrow that knows' no conventional- ities." "God 'Imighty fixed it somehow so th' birds and varmints don't make no mistake, but left it plumb easy, for nieh and women t' make durned fools of themselves." "Hit's good.ler a, feller t1 be down in the hack onet in a while: if hit iv'n't" fer, that we'd git to standin' Bad Blood is thi direct and inevitable result oj irregular or constipated bowels and clocged-up kidpcvs and The undigested food and other waste mat- ter which is allbiwd to sccuinuUte poisons the -blood and the wfcolo iystcm. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills act directly oh the bowdi, the kidneys, givwg them ease and strength to filter the the skin-, opening up the pores. For pure blood awl good health take Dr. Indian Root Pills Tonight THE BIJOU Tonight Daniel Frohman presents "The Pride of Jennico" By.ttie Famous Players o durned proud and straight we'd go lllinb over backwards." "Ill his face was the look of one vbo had done fought his fight to the -IniBll, and war too dead beat I' even ha-glad It war over." Seats now on sale at tie box otfiee. MONDAY Miss -Olive Bichairds Change River's Name .'rentier. Siiton has communicated witli the Board of Trade here to ex- press the government's reollns Tv regard to the changing ot the na'nie of the Belly river. The government .has 'no objection to tKe but the Premier suggests the name "I.eth- in lilaco ol as more appropriatf Canadian Industrial Exhibition Winnipeg, July 10-18 1914 Meeting Ground Market Place Between and What this year's visitor; will see: A GREAT LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION "OIEMTIFIC GAS ENGINE DEMONSTRATIpN 'DOMINION'EXPERIMENTAL FARM EXHIBIT WEST'S BIGGEST RACE PHOSRAM THE WONDERFUL PONY SHOW "THE SIEGE OF DELHI" THE-WATER CARNIVAL WORKING MODEL OF THE PANAMA CANAL. BEACHEY, WORLD-FAMOUS AVIATOR, LOOP- ING THE LOOP AND FLYING UPSIDE DOWN. lor Premiums, Purtee and Close June a2nd.' Prize on Application; OUT RBADY AND COME. ,EVKRY Fred. J.C. Cox President. Soo. -diary Manager. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. lii countries'where beer is used as'r, table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice.'against strong stimulants has in no: impa'ired'tiicivahie of "Alberta's the. most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, hut one that we can hack up by proof. Come to our Brewevy and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we -advise "Alberta's Pride Beer'; and we recommend i-t 10 convalescents because it is a tonic. THELETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;