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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914 THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PAKKER Carnival .Shows Atv. Lethbridgc .Fair MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN M.A'RKETS The fact, that'Kansas and Okla- .homa th.reBhing. returns were much greftter. than expected, and a poor Eu- ropean demand, caused the-American markets' for all grains to 'weaken. Good rains .were reported through- out Southern Alberta, and this, 'with, the dull American and European mar- caused a slump in Canadian markets. i .'Winnipeg Grain Markets Test'd'y Today No. 1 Northern..'.. ,88% S814 October option......- 81% 8014 peeember option 80.14 73% No. 2 C. 39V: -38% July option 39% 39% October option '35% No. 1 N. W. 13914 137ft July option 13814 October option 143% 14314 December 141.. 140' '" Wheat Open "Sy. September 78% December, 81% Mlfiheapilii'Wheat July 84% September 79% Close 77.14 81 83% 78% (Over FrlvitB Leaied Wire Western (SUok Exchange) Open Close lAlberta Petroleum. .21 '.20 Acine'..'. .20 Diamond.... 7.00 6.SO Christy.. .7% .714 Dome. .70 .70 -Federal.. .55 ;55 '.n Herron-BWer ______ v. .60 .HO H81e-Wo611ard ..-.-.10.14 :10% Mooie Mou'htain. .i.-'-is.oor. Okqteki-.- -i- .22 lOttawi 'v. 4.00 P, P.-P l Prudentli.1.. TMttten.. Ifslted OH.. -taion Pacific.. .....i. iWcetern Can., ex. dfv. Western 'petv.> 1.30 .44 .20 .12 16.75 .43 2.50 .2014 .21 4.00 .27 1.35 .41 .21 ..12 16.75 r OUR. BROOMHAU. CABLE Liverpool, June cables Yesterday prompted nurmort at the opening of the whent market, and values Wftro unchanged. Later, liquid- ation developed and prices broke to. with in Jiily. Predictions of larger Ruitlmn shipments, us sho'sra by private advicee, pressure ot both Bird 'ana soft new winter, weakness .in ippt'liwe, a quieter Semandffor csrioM, wfctah "are freely erlcan imttmr, and rapidity of tor- expcctatioijs of early gklpmenU helped tlia decline. At 1.80 was'weak, ant prices to %4.-lou'er than yeeYerday. No man in Canada, perhaps, has seen so much of--actual'war as has Major Gusiav H. Schogf, soidier of fortune, lecturer, and sometimes war correspondent. Trained in "the Ger- man army, where he bepiune a mas- ter of the. sword, he afterwards fought through several African strug- gles, am! since coming to America, has been through two Mexican revoiuticnf with Madero, the president, put out of the way by Pro- EMPRESS OF IRELAND DISASTER AT SfARLAND NEXT MONDAY The collision which sent the Em- press of Ireland to tlte bottom of the St. with hundred of pas- sengers in tlielr berths, produced a shudder throughout the civilized world, and the effect on the spirits of the millions who received tho shock will not soon off. The Titanic tragedy cat heavy on the minds of the people months after It happened. Moving pictures of this terrible fliB- itor will be offered as extra to an all-feature programme at Starland I next Monday afld Tuesday, with spec- ial afternoon performance every day. BIJOU THEATRE Toniffht and tomorrow will be pre- sented a Lssky production of "The Squaw adapted from Ed- win Milton noyie's popular story. This is 'one of tho "Tainona Play- ers' series, 'with Dustin Farman pla'ying tho star role, with a support- ing company and supers, counting five hundred in the caBte. The story with its. scenes laid in England, .California and .Wyoming, is one which in its appeal to public interest.; No pains and ex- pense have been spared to bring out Its details in striking and vivid fash- ion. For this' purpose has been spent, and the present- ation true to surroundings, two of tho scenes-have been taken in England, two in California and two-in the mountains or Wyoming and Utah'. AH that Nature and art. could afford have been secured to bring out the gripping situations with which the jtory abounds. played at the Longacre theatre, New York, the pro- duction received the eulogies of the critics. To give the presentation the real touch of nature the producers have employed an accomplished In- dian actress, Princess Redwing, to take the part of Naturich the squa'w. Played by actors and actresses, fa: mous In their particular and a story. pulsating with human interest, and carrying a realism with Its local "The Squaw Man" to OTHER BIG SPECIALS II Monday SAME ADMIS- SION PRICES .Genuine Motion Pictures ol. the Groat Catastrophe to the Empress of Ireland Taken at Rlmouakl, Father Point and Montreal showing LIFEBOATS SAVED FROM THE EMPRESS STEAMER "EUREKA" (First on Scene) "LADY GREY" (With Bodlet) 0. G. S. "LADY AT FATHER POINT- C G. S. "CARTIER" anchored on the exact apot actinq as lightship AT "ESSEX" CRUISING FOR BODIES And many other Important Scenes. TWO DAYS ONLY Monday will afford 'unstinted ..pleasure' those >ho will i.t. At THE EMPRES.S, MONDAY AND TUESDAY ludith of Betiiulia." continues as fol- low Bethulia Do- not try to gel; the spots out of your clothes yourself. You probably make them woi'sc. Send' them to the Valet, and you will get them back again spotless. 60S Third Avenue South. lute po'wer, are match her fascinating personality directed by intelligence and hidden is willing to CHt-ry "her fault on her shoulders like a coronation mantle.'7 The dangers and difficult situation from this point to Judith's tefrib'ie tri- jUmph and the de.fea't- of the invading is, .pictured without loss, of Friday -BIJOU- Saturday Edward Milton Royles' Drama "The Squaw Man With Dustin Farnum in the title role SIX PARTS Two Reels made in Bnglanft. Reels made' in California. Two Reels made in the .Mountains of Wyoming anil Utah, Trtth ;i supporting cast of Five Hundred People. 10c ADMISSION 15c Bethulia is on'tiio vergo oi and ready force or charm by extreme delicacy of 'and all-Judea treatment. Beauty is constantly as- to the Judith goes aerted by almost reckless profilgalHy in the mattfir of by the appeal o? delightful acting, flic fem- inine sweetness and shyness of the lovely Judith are intensified by her forth in ...her finest .raiment, accom- panied only'hy maid, enters the, an inter-. view .with .th ss Holofernes. View W1III .bile uivji-jiiaiio j.j.iwiv.1 Aaainst his formidable strength, Ms j advances ant! retreats in measuring her sex attractions against his" for- brutal ferocity and cunning, his abeo visional President and dur- ing the winter just past with General Villa, the little Napoleon of the rebels. Major Sclioof knows Villa's plan of campaign. Villa has his eye set on the capital, and will never stop until he ousts Huerta from the cliair-he has usurped from Villa's hero, the late President Madero. .'The taking of Zacatecas by Villa's army yesterday is in the chain tlie rpfoel force is forging about Huerta. Major School lectures in. Wesley Hall on Monday evening next. sex attractions against his" for- nifdahlc power. She is at the critical moment by a sudden flame of passion and compassion aroused in her breast, but self-cohtroi returns" at a thought of all that is at etako, the safety and happiness of thousands of her people, and she dares be all and do all that revolts her .finer nature from a deep hatred of injustice and vtyrong meted out to lier peace-loving kindred and friends, from a noble de- sire to preserve her. country and the destinies of her race. i The programme- for tonight and Sat- j lire- ay is tin attractive and instructive MEXICO Major Schoof, one of Villa's staff, just returned, will give the true story WESLEY CHURCH Monday, June 29th, M4 Admission 25 cents Empress Today and Tomorrow TJke Greatest Gift" KLEINE PART FEATURE WEEKLY "The Youngest Generation" -'MONDAY AND-TUESDAY "JUDITH OF BETHULIA" J New .tork, 'Juno. An involun- tary' petition in tiankriiptcs' was filed today against .the Defender company, of this city, raalrefs'-of underwear, a subsidiary rf tht 'H. S. OliSis' company, wliich ttiled' RBcciveis in equity ptooeeiwfs "'ere at the Claflin: failure, hut it was coitended that the, coanpony was. solvent. Creditor? now seek to have it ad- baniirupt. Counsel for the Oltiiii'lhtwests, it ..'is understood, 'oppose.. tte petitinn. Memters.ofithe noteholders' protec- ttrft committee appointed yesterday lifeguard the Interests of hanks .aavinj come of Claliin pv, went. Into session today at the Bavic .of Commerce, whose prwi'ttent, S. Alexander, is chair- IMH ot the committee. FATE July 7.8.9 ..Vidtrola VI Oak. Summer is just the for the Victor-Victrola, In the evening when it's too hot for anything else, you can sit on the piazza and let the Vicflrola entertain you with your favorite songs and instrumental music. OUR VICTOR DEPARTMENT is complete with a, full line Victrolns and the latest modern dance jnusic. There are Victors and ia Sreat vaiiely of styles from to (on easy paymenti as low as a week, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records at 90c lor Jhe two all "His'Masler's Voice" dealers in every city and iown in Canada. Write for Catalog lilting over 6000 Victor Records. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY Limited QggH Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS ALL THROUGH THE DOMINION We have just' received a supply of The tions'l'roin .Mr. and Mrs, GIVE US A CALL i.CiuiC.e' Instruction Books, illustra- Verriori Castle. GIVE US A CALL ASON RISCH Ltd. St. SoutK 21 Western Branches Phone 791 ;