Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 8

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY) JUNE 23, 1914 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THRU! EMPRESS TO-NIGHT KATHLYN in The Garden of Brides One Week From Today "JUDITH OF BETHULIA" MARKETS WINNIPEG tt'heat- 'July Oct..........' Dec. 'July Oct............. 'July GRAIN MARKET 90J 82J 891, 363 39J 36i 1.S8J 1.38J Nov. 1.434 Dec CASH PRICES Spring No. 1 Nor. 88} No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor 85J- No. 4 80J Oats- No. 2 C. W. 39i No. 2 Feed 38 Barley- No. 3 S3 No.. 4... 49 -481 1 N..W. C 1.38 No. 2 c. w No. 3 C. W 1.231. -MINNEAPOLIS Uuly, Sept. 80i- 8U (Alberta Petroleum .20 'Black Diamond .....I... Dome .70 H. E. .70 Okotoks ....................17 iPPP; Prudential .......i; 'Stokes Stephens......." .45 .Trenton................... .15 Sunbeam .134 'United 18.50 Pacific .21 Western Canada 4.50 Western. Faciflc 2.20 AVcstern Petroleum .20 British Canada .Iff Acme .15 40.00 Monarch El. Div. 21.50 .22 5.00 .70 .70 ..18J .28 1.50 .41 .13 17.25 .28 4.50 2.15 .20 .10 40.00 21.50 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Man.; June nt livestock; yards on Monday iii cat- Lie was ;steady, witli. light, offerings and unchanged- .prices.: The hog mar- ket was firmer to the extent of 15 cents per good demand from east and south causing the ad- Tance. Choice butcher fiteers were quoted .S7.25 to choice heifers best fat cows (5.75. to There was .little or no trade in' stockers and feeders. Choice hogs were quoted fed and. watered ofi cars. A DROP Chicago, 111., June to- ilay went do'wn into the that is, sold for less -than SO cents a bushel. The new decline took place after news came that an official estimate put the Kansas total yield this season nt the Huge aggregate of bushels. Shorts were the .only buyers. Open, lug prices, were a shade off to a quarter of a cent higher, were fol- lowed by a setback all around, with 3uly at Oats sagged because of sales by pit traders. Wliat little demand there Was came from the northwest. A British 'Columbia survivor and the little'.girl he' saved. He is forty, a wealthy farmer, of Silvertono, B.C., and Florence Barber, .the little girl he .saved1 ;from the sinking Empress of Ireland, The little girl's father was Jellied 'a year ago. With her mother'.and slster'she was travelling in the second Crellln was a friend, and collision occur- red .ho grasped little Florence and succeeded hi saving'-her, while her mother, -was -drowned, OrelHn to will take euro of Florence. Do you eat the best corn in the whole world i Perhaps you couldn't say off-hand what corn is the sweetest and most nutritious. Then let us tell it's the peerless Southern White Sweet Com which is used in making CORM FLAKES We don't stop at selecting the best corn. We take only the hearts of it. These "Sweet hearts" are cooked high temperature, then rolled into flakes. Then comes the toasting which, gives them their rich brown color. Surely, when you buy Corn Flakes, you want the which is lOc per package Sold Everywhere 102 THE LIFE BELTS Statement of; Head of C. P. R. Steamship Service in the Empress Enquiry Quebec, Que., June the Empress of Ireland 'wreck inquiry was resumed today Captain Wa'islt, marine superintendent of the Canadian Pac- ific his testimony in regard to the number of boats and lifebelts carried by the liner. In each case the number called for by regula- tions was found to have bean exceed- ed. C. S. Haight, counsel for the owners of the collier Storstad, which rammed the Empress, (inestioned the witness about the promotion system in vogue in the Canadian :Pacific Railway mar- ine service. Captain Walsh said that the command of the Empress was the highest position in the service, and the more efficient men got the bet- ter captaincies. "Does not efficiency include mak- ing regular said Captain Walsh. "Our captains are ordered that they must take no risks 'when the lives of so many passengers would be involved. Ability to make regular trips does not cuter Into it." A lifebelt similar to those with the Empress was fitted, was produced. "Is it customary to give instruc- tions to passengers to use the asked Justice McLeod. "I think said Captain Walsh. "I confess that in an emergency I would hardly know-what to do with that, said the Justice. Captain Walsh put the belt on and tied it at the neck. W. W, Wetherspoon, of New York, who had charge of the diving opera- tions at the wreck, described the trips made to the vessel by Ed. Coss- hoon, who wns afterward injured dur- ing his work, and died. He said the diver had established that the Era- press was lying on her starboard side, with the how point to the northeast. According to tne diver's theory, said Wetherspoon, the vessel sank "with her smokestacks practically parallel with the water; the force of gravita- tion tended to bring her upright afn, and when she struck the bottom she went back on her side. Lord Mersey, chairman of the com- mission, asked whal. this evidence was intended to show. Mr. Haight: "It establishes, my lord, that the vessel as she lies, is pointing north 45 degrees east. This is prac- tically the angle on which we say she 'was headed when the Storstad hit her." G. HOWARD FERGUSON Again the Conservative nominee in Orenville. Mr. Ferguson was 'highly criticized' last year for his participa- tion in the affairs of the Trent Valley Canal, while ho was still a member of the Provincial Legislature. Remember i whenever you are troubled with minor ailments of the digestive organs, that these may soon develop into more serious sickness. Your it'ture safety, as well as your present comfort may depend on the quickness with which you seek a corrective remedy. By common consent of the legion who have tried them, Beecham's Pills are the most reliable of all family medi- cines. This standard family remedy tones the stomach, stimulates the sluggish liver, regulates inactive bowels. Improved digestion, sounder sleep, better looks, brighter spirits and greater vitality come after the system has been cleared and the blood purified by Beecham's Pills Mrwa a Mir to Tfcoiww Wi U CtM i Helcni, Unci.hire. ft M4 S. AmcriM. In boici. 23 Vegetables Appeared in Larger Supply of Farm Products The market presented a lively ap- pearance this morning, and to judge iron? the patronage market day in Lethbridge has come to stay. A tea-; ture was a quantity of fresh vege- tables. New spring cabbages grown on the market tracts on the river bottom were selling from 10 cents to 15 cents a 'head. A quantity of let- luce was retailed at 3 hunches for 10 cents. Asparagus at 15 cents a pound, spring opinions at 4 hunches for JO cents, radishes, beets and turnips were al! on view, with a fine lot of peas grown at the Bing Wo market gardens selling at 2 Ibs. for 25 cents. Raymond cooking butter was sell- ing at 15 cents a pound, and guar- anteed dairy butter at 25 cents. Fresh eggs were disposed of at -15 cents for 2 dozen. There was on sale a large variety of fruit, including bananas at cents a dozen, Valencia oranges 20 cents, green gooseberries peaches. Homi and Reid had a with .a large. variety brought -as OUR MUTUAL GIRL To-night 10th CHAPTER ONE OF THE BEST OF THE SERIES YOUR FAVORITE Miss_ Olive Richards SINGING THE BEST OF THE LATEST SONGS MISS OLIVE RICHARDS AT STARLAND TONl'GHT Miss. Olive Richards, who is ap- pearing at each performance at Star- 2Q [land Ibis week is the possessor of a I beautiful voice, remarkable in sweot- ness, power and range; it is one of stall 1 tnose rare voices 'which can be heart! down 1 number of times, and still have from their "store in the North WanUUs fascination for the listener. Dili-- Local butehers, such as the Richard's engagement at minster Meat Market, J. Murphy, I Starlaml she will introduce some of with A. Herring from Stirling, occu-'the latest and best of this season's pied stalls, and pork and beef were 'song hits. selling from 10 cents to 12 cents pc-'-lnd. The Pacific Fish Market also own a stall and here salmon was sell- ing at 20 cents, whitefish, fresh herr- ings, skate, for 2 His. for 25 cents, i EMPRESS OF IRELAND DISASTER COMING TO STARLAND "Those who go down to the sea in was once a synonym [or those ijor Gustav H. Schoof Celebrated Lecturer and Entertainer WESLEY CHURCH Monday, June 29th, 1914 The Truth About Mexico A subject interesting to all at the present time Admission 25 cents with fresh codfish, anil lialihut at 15 jwho gambled with death and put their cents a ilj. The Farmers stall was lives upon hazard. Today the mortality at sea is less than on com- mon carriers on land. But the futll- j ity of absolute prevention of accident is emphasized again and again. The with a-quantity of fresh meat, 'and at. anqther stall Bill Fin- ley was busy disposing of fat ducks dressed, at 20 cents a and prime chicken, dressed and drawn, at 22 cents. A local fisherman, had a basket bers of the band release Kathlyn and Bruce from the tiger cart, and tie their own cuter to the cart. The vic- torious fighters then rush into their cave to divide the spoils. The leader of the mutinous band next conceives bright idea- of liberating the tiger and allowing it to tear their 'iate lead- to pieces. The chief, however manages to deftly slip his bonds, and regularity of safety, malies cacastro-, dart awav into the .junglo The brl. phies like that of the Empress of Ire-1 d ,the securltr of their Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT Gertrude Ritchie in dramatization of Men and women were busy all the morning and by 10.30" a large portion of the produce displayed had disap- peared. the market -is extending its field, .in the gathering in produce was denoted, by the arrival of 5 fat hogs from Koreinost. The'early birds got the best of the bargains, but buying continued brisk up to 11 a. in. The ubiquitous J. A. Smith, who manages the market, and who was here, there, and everywhere, was quits elated with the success the morning brought forth. around this terrible disaster will he therance of their own selfish interest, 1 Bruce and Kathiyn find two 'loaded seen as an extra to the regular rifles, and taking advantage of the bri- gramme at Starlaml for two days only ganda_ lp) Ol commencing next Monday. Although cave Ieavillg .prisoners, jmd I this is the most timely and most cost-1 mahing thelr mvn eacilpe go ly ot moving pictures, still Stariand (torward to a llttle where'they will not raise the admission prices are given shelter. Having recuperat- ed there, Kathlyn decides that she must liberate her father, so they en- gage camels and retrace their, trail :to Allaha. At the outskirts of the icity they send a message to Ramaba! land P'.mdita. requesting assistance continuously until I disguiseg_ Umba'.lah in his haste The first evening per-' for this extraordinary special. Owing to the enormous crowds which wi'il turn out'to see this remarkable pic- ture, it would be well for all 'who could to attend the afternoon per- formances which commence at two o'clock and five o'clock. Edmonton, June skins, consisting of mink, martin, beaver and cross fox, and valued at about have been stolen from the] store of Wolfe and Mine, t-axider- mists, by burglars, who broke into the store through a rear window anil took 'almost every raw fur they could cor.VEuiently carry iiTvay. When the burglars entered the store is a mys- I tery, as the furs were not missed un- til this week, ami no clue as to their identity has been secured. Off for Holiday C. C. McCreery, day clerk at the Letlibrldge, has gone to Portland for a short vacation. .formance will commence promptly at seven, and run continuiwslfi" .until elevea o'clock. "KATHLYN" AT EMPRESS "Kathlyn" attracted her usual large crowd at the Ejmpress last night, and her sBventh adventure, "The Garden, of was the most exciting to date. The vengeful hav- ing delivered his three bags of silver and secured Col. Hare as his prisoner, {departs for the Palace of Allah, leav- ing Kathlyn and Bruce tied to the ti- ger cart, with their hacks to the sav- age beast and facing another death, at the hands of the brutal brigands. Hardly .has Umba'ilah got away fore the turbulent members of the bri- gand band demand of the chief their share of the silver ransom on an equality basis. The chief refuses to do .their simply one''bag and reserving two for him- This precipitates a bloody riot, and in the melee the mutinous mem- to secure the betrothal chain, leaves the door to-the treasure room open, and the leopards escape. Then fol- lows the most exciting part of the pic- BRANDON RESIDENT DEAD Brandon, Man., June thirty-four years' residence in Bran- don, Samuel Henry Bower, who was in his year, passed away in his s'ieep yesterday morning. He, wns born at Kemptville, Ont., on July 28, 1345. In -May, 1881, the deceased and his family came west and settled in Brandon, and established the firm of Bower, Blackburn, JInndel Porter, general merchants. Of a family of four sons, only two are living, Joseph of Brandon, and William. A., of. Ana- conda, Mont. The late Mr. Power 'was a member of the Masonic Order, and also of the Anglican Church; in politics a strong Conservative, and at one time he was an alderman of the city of Brandon, in Elaborately Mounted Production SPECIAL' MATINEI WEDNESDAY 7ac and Matinee 50c. FARMERS CAN'T PRODUCE ENOUGH" Fort William, Ont, June stuffs were not being produced by tlu farmers in proportion to the popula- tion of the country, said J. McDougal of Otta'wa, chairman of the board ol inquiry to investigate the "high coal of here today. The members present were J. McDougal, R. H. Coats, editor of the Labor Ga- zette, and T. J. Lynton, secretary ol the 'board. They Icavo tomorrow foi Ottawa. PAVING WAY FOR FURTHER PEACE EFFORTS Washington, D.C., June tions here today were that the coming oC the three new representatives the Constitutionalist movment would open the way for informal negotiation, between their forces and the Ameri- can mediators at Niagara Falls. Thai the mediators themselves will "wel- come anything the American dele- gates can do with the Constitutional- ists was assured here, SCENE-FROM ''THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS." AT THE SHERMAN, ;