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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914 THE LETHIiRIDG.E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LETHBRIDGE FAIR MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June Opcninj; anil nn, dosing prices on -the 'grain, exchanges Open 8SJ 80 i 79J Close 98 BIRKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Liverpool, Ji'rank nevanoy Co., cattle 'Import'ors, report that with cool weather, (here has been an improvement In tlio demand for licet and lu-iccs at Hirkenliead ioday are centHiiiueiitly higher, good stoera and hellers mailing 14 to 14 Vi conts iior pound, sinking tim offal. OUR BROOMHAL.L CABLE Liverpool, June Weakness In American cables yesterday 'prompted further Bulling here. Later there was further liquidation in July, with per- sistent talk here of early shipments of new American winter, and expecta- tion. of liberal American this week, as ludlcnted by Brad- streets. The distant months were supported, and after the opening de- cline advanced to 'A, with shorts covering. Private rtipbrts from Am- erica that tUero is u. disposition shown by farmnra in America lo sell sparing- ly at present prices, and this, with the [holding attitude by Russia, caused some apprehension. Toward the close the market, was dull, with pressure on favorable harvesting reports from Russia, and values were Vid. to "ill. CASH PRICES Wticat- 1 Nor................... So. 2 Nor. Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. Ko. 3 Ko. 1 X. C........... No. 2 C. CHICAGO 'July S8J 39 PERFORMERS ACQUITTED THEM SELVES WIN- NERS ANNOUNCED Wesley church was packed to the doors last night, at least fifteen. hun- drcd children and adults being pres- 5 lent at the closing exercises 01 the Public am! High schools. The chil- I ;4ren occupied the lioily ot t-hc church 'Jul- Sept. Dec. MtNNKAPOLlS 77S SOJ almost filling that portion of the (founding, while ommieil the gallery and scats at, the real-, WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET 'Winnipeg Man., June cat-, tie market holds-steady for all class- es of livestock, and prices were un- changed on Friday. Receipts were not heavy during the previous two or three days. Choice steors wero quot- ert 57.25 to .57.50; extra well finished grain fed animals make about 25 cents per lOOlbs. more; common and medium grades were unchanged and In fair demand. Calves Quoted to according, to quality, and sheep ?5.00 to 15.50. The- hog market was firmer. A good demand exists ,ln the east, and shipments are being mado almost daily. On Friday eight cara of hogs shipped east, and more will pro- bably be. sent on Saturday. Choice hogs were quoted at fed and wa- tered, and 57.65 off cars. Ruling Quotations 'were as follows: hiiteher steers, 7.25 to 7.50; fair to good butcher Etscrs, 6.10 to fl.SO; choice butcher heifers, G.2a .to 7.00; fair to good butcher heif- ers, n.2n to 5.SO; best fat cows, 5.75 to G.25; fair cows and heifers, 4.85 to 5.30; common cows; 3.50 to 4.00; best 4.75 to 5.75; common bulls, 3.75 to 4.25; best feeders, 5.50 to 0.25; choice stockers, B.OO to 0.25; milkers and. springers. 55.00 to 7B.OO; common to medium milkers and springers, 40.00 to 50.00. good calves, 5.50 to 0.00; choice calves, S.OO to S.50. good lambs, 7.00 to 7.26; choice Wltln'E steep, 5.00 to 6.50. hns3V 7.10; roughs and heavies, 6.00 to (5.25; stags, 4.80. 781' 78- 81; iuo sonic stood during tile pro- musical program, as published resterday, was carried out under the able direction pi Mr. U. McH. Young, musical director of the city sehools The choruses were tuneful and well executed, and mueh credit Is due -teacher anil pupils. Mr.'J. D. Higinhothiim addrcssci the children (7 or 8 from each school) who did exceptionally well on the music examination and announced to tho four prize winners, that prizes he given them, ut, the opening of school. The winners were Francis Virt Hilda; .MoJlillen (Flcct- Janet JtcUvena. and Daisy The trustees of Wesley church-'an gratefully thanked by the schools for the free use of auditor iuru. The address of Paul Matson on "LethbrMge as seen thro'ngh the Kye pi a Boy'1, was a special featur which was thoroughly enjoyed. IN HEABT OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "TnclrtStoriMof Solid Contort" In the centte of and plows on both titles. nlwluttly andwarble. EUROPEAN per per dUy vp PARKER Carnival Shows At Fair TIRES Set Free .While- You Wait Quo Tire set free nut of every set, on Tuesdays and Fridays This inndiine will set lire's from lo 3. ins. and do first class work. Let us show you what lliis niiK'hhic can do. Economical Carriage Bhop Rear Dallas' Hotel, S, T. Blunt, 'Prop. WHAT YOU GET IN THE KNIGHT In the Russell-Knight you get more of every desirable quality than is offered in any other car. You get a car distinguished for elegance of completeness of equipment. EFFICIENCY You get a motor with one-third few- er parts than other motors. Without cams, tappets, valves or valve springs. A. motor whose every action is positive and quiet. That stays in and grows more powerful with use. The World's Champion for power. A noiseless transmission. A smooth, quiet clutch that is easy to operate. Quiet easy-shifting gears. A full-floating; rear axle of Timken type, the acknowledged superior of any on the market. COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE An electric starter, which adds no gears or weight to the car. Full electric light equipment. An engine-driven tire pump gives added ease in the driving of your car. Long, wide flexible springs of special steel, that smooth out the roughest roads and add the finaltouch to what is acknow- ledged by engineers as the best-balanced chassis ever built. A straight-line flush-side body of hand-hammered aluminum, with four doors free. Big tires, ample n'lieel-basn for easy built-in combine to give genuine comfort. You get every possible of comfort and convenience that has proven its worth in Ltuai use Yet the Russell-Kr.ighfs price is only 35% lass than equal quality would cost in any other car. 35% greater value than other cars at vitit the Russell Branch to-day. Branches: TORONTO MONTREAL HAMILTON CALGARY i Russell Motor Car Co. LIMITED 13TH AVENUE AND 1ST STREET EAST, CALGARY HEAD OFFICE AND TORONTO Branches: WINNIPEG VANCOUVEH MELBOURNE (AUST.) MONDAY 2 BIG ACTS The Circle of Fate A Powerful Drama Full of Heart Interest 11th CHAPTER Our Mutual Girl Better Than Ever SOME COMEDY Calamity Anne in Love A Genuine Laugh Producer THE POPULAR Orchestra 5 MUSICIANS of "The Empress of Ireland Dis. aster" will be announced Tuosday Tonight -BIJOU- Tonight Edward Milton Royles' Drama "The Squaw Man" WithDustin Farnumin the title role SIX PARTS I J Two Reels made in England. Two Heels made in California. Two Reels made in the Mountains' of Wyoming and Utah, -with a supporting cast of Five Hundred People. m- ADMISSION 15c featuring Joliu Bunny and Hose Tapley, those inimitable comed- ians. EMPRESS OF IRELAND DISASTER .PICTURES HELD OVER FOR A FEW DAYS Owing io the tremendous d'o'wds which turned out -in Winnipeg and Calgavy to aee the Empress of Ireland disaster in moving pictures, it was necessary to hold this picture over for a "few days. This will cause a delay of a few days before It can be shown at -Starland, but it is being hurried to Letiibridge as fast as posslh'e. The exact days when this great special will be sho'ivn at will be announc- ed in the Herald ou Tuesday. EMPRESS BILL A TOP-NOTCHER The Empress presents one of bent hills in its history for tlio last ti Dustin Farnum made the ideal hero of a. 'wronged man, and, surrounded by i group of artists, the story went with swing. Too much cannot he said o! the ex- cellence of last night's production. With Us wonderful appeal to mind and eye, it wilt be remembered as one of fhe finest expositions of the moving picture art. BRILLIANT PRODUCTION AT THE BIJOU (By Argui) For '.vcaltli of nueiitsry aitii inci- dent "The Squaw shown, last night ia flSx reels at the Sijon theatre, would to surpass. Every de- tail has been happily conceived, bring- ing: out the salient features of the poii- ti'iar story. The portrayal is minute in every character, even to the point of bringing boforo the audience a magni- ficent and realistic picture of the fa- mous Epsoni Downs, with the race for Hie Derby in progress. This TVOS the initial point, In a bet made and 'hictli led to tlie sequences which the tale in its recital unfolded. e f" picture nrt, or the offering, if one led tho ihero, for the sake of tho ny ,nove, of feature thnn another, is the two-part drama, "Tho Greatest wherein the, doctor's weakness for money causes his one groat mistake, and shows ho'iv self emulation the caprice of Dame Fortune disentangles the skeins ot destiny into which he in interwoven.- The Hearsl-Solii; Weekly presents some of the most stirring pictures ev- er filmed, induiHns scenes in Ortiz, ir. ot rntrnvp work to the. mlnova In Kentucky, and the liuinchins of the defender, as woll as some novelty pie- turcs, in which the laasln fire brigade of Wilmington, Cal., are In action. Another chtuniins and highly en- terlalnlnn: film Is the Mison comedy dnima, "The Yoitnser Generation." of the four-reel Iliograph feature, relenBed hy Iho Gen- eral Film Co., anfl which Mreatly hoen aynopFlKed, Is a photo-play which cannot he prnlned or reeom- too highly. It is si fasclnnt- ing bit of artistry tiiat ranltfi as an outstnndlns arhievpinenl. In tho pic- ture 'world, and It. carrlo.-i the true and enuine penulrntlvo intei'iiretatlon. This rnnmrkahln story-pictnru comes nn Monnliy and do not for-. Rot. the dates. Another attraction for tonight, and one which mention, U the VHiigtr.rii "Bs.iinv tho for the crime of another, and leave his native land, the pictures carried the interested audience to Xcnv York, and tile mountain scenes of Wyoming. Here, with profusion, all the co'iorins attached to local life, was placed on the screen, specially enlarged for the same. To those familiur with the story of "Tho Squaw the presentation a stream of nhsorbinc intercut, tl'.Coo who imd not read the hoolr could not hnt .liavn heen held liy tho Btriklnffly vivid scenes, and masterly portrayal of character. i DESK WORK t EXACTS PENALTIES Liver and Bowels tlow down. them up with TAKE ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS n The Best Tonio for Sick Nerves TAKKEK Carnival Shows At LeUibi'idgc Fair MEXICO Major Schoof, one of Villa's staff, just returned, will give the true story WESLEY CHURCH Monday, June 29th, 1914 Admiuion 25 cents Empress To-night "The Greatest KLEINE TWO PART FEATURE Hear.t-Selig Weekly, and Other Featuret The Younger Generation MONDAY AND TUESDAY "JUDITH OF BETHULIA" .MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A High Class Residential and Day College for Boys and Youno Oirlis and Young Women OPENING OF FAUL TERM, TUESDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1314. BUSINESS CLASSBS: liooMwpmg, SiiMiograpllJ', Account- ancT, Typewriting, etc. MUSIC: Full Connorvatorr Cmn-FO. Vocal, and Public anrt Ilisli School CnAns. .Proraratlon for Iho University nnii ToaolierB. -ladles Collese COUI'KC for Girls. 1-Vonch Classes. .1 FINB ART: Ciiinn PaliltiliB, Wnln- Colors, t.catlior otc. UXPHESSION' AND PHYSICAL CUI.TUKK: Draiiialic Art, rnbllc Spcuklnn, Science. For lull information and Calendar ouply lo REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., Principal. HOME STUDY UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ON.TARIO APniED SCIENEC EDUCATION Incl MEDICINE SUMMER SCHOOL JULY nod AUGUST C. V. CHOWN, Rfjlilrir, KlnjjUn, Onl. CANADIAN SPECIAL FARES TO CALGARY EXHIBITION Good going June 27- July '2. Ecturu limit July DOMINION DAY EXCURSIONS doing dates -lime 29- ,' 1, lie I. urn liinil: July. F u rt her information-. from Ticket Agent, Lctlx- E, DAWSOX, Dist. Passongor Agent, Calgary, ;