Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE I Biograph Drama in 4 Parts TONIGHT I Also a Vitagraph Comedy I LETHBBIDGE FAIR July 7. S. 9 MONDAY'S; GRAIN Insufficient Wins in Mrtain' sec- tions or. the Canadian West caused a more bullish sentiment on the Winni- peg Exchange, and prices were firm- er. At Liverpool "shorts covered on a private'report of heavy rains in Am- World's wheat shipments: ThlB week.. ..V. Last week'..' Last year.. Winnipeg Grain Markets Saturday Today No. 1 Northern 88% July option 138% 137% October 80 80% 79U No. 2 C. W....... 39 39j4 Julyoption...... 39% October' 35% No. IN. W.C. 338% 137% July'option.....-.' 138% 137% 143 Minneapolis Wheat Open 'Close .83T4 September W4 75 December S0% 80% Chicago Wheat July T7% 77% 81% 80% FIGUBE8 AT EMPKESS DLSASTEK INVESTIGATION TJns pLotogiaph of Captain Kendall was token outside the courtroom: The photographs, of Captain Anderson and of Chief Officer Tuftenes were taken while they neie giung eudence. The latter was on the bridge 'of. the StarstadCuring the fatal hour preceding the collision. CALGARY LIVESTOCK MARKET A. H.'jlaylamirpf -Calgary, swids the tallowing weekly market letter Cattle sheep 120.1; hogs 8017; h rifts .-The rattle market held a decided weak tone; [or the past. week and a. jood many, gobcUbutcher .steers were sold .it firc.ni SB.75: In the lat- ta the top price for the week. 1 look T..r thcsc-.priiTS to hold for the coming week, then eipccl to see a weaker market, as grass cattle will start to move freely. There are some sheep moving, and all good sheep find ready sale, whilst half fat- sheep are not wanted. I would advise that no half fat sheep he shipped for mutton, as are sure to sell at had prices. He the 'following prices, fed and watered: .Steers, choice grain fed, to 1300, S7.18 steers, coili- ng grain led, 950.to 1100, steers, choice grass fed 1150 to 1300, JR.75 steers, common grass led, 950 to 1100, to 950, 55.75 to 56..00; steers, stock- light, -100 to 800, S4.75. heifers, choice heavy, 56.00 heifers, j heifers, stocker, light, Jo.oO cows, choice heavy, So.50 cows, common, to cows, thin; to calves, heavy, to calves, H'ht, Springers, ehcice, to springers, common, to JfiO hulls, U to oven, clioice, J5 to oxen, common, lo lambs (milk) sheep, weth- ers, SB.50 sheep, ewes, Maclood, Juno the chair-1 manship of the Rev. 13. SmllMPrcs-' byterian the annual meeting of the Alberta Temperance and.Moral Reform League, Macleod branch, was held last evening, at which a small hut very enthusiastic audience were present. The principal event-of the evening was a spirited address'oh' "Prohibi- tion for the Rev.'" C. Fulton, 'a leading representative of the league at Edmonton. In a clear and concise manner speaker laici before' the meeting a strong impeachment the liquor traffic in general, during the course of which he brought clearly home to the minds of those present the un- speakable misery', and destitution caused by the curse of drink. The im- mense amount of money spent an- nually in drink in the Dominion'was, he contended, another strong feature for the need of prohibition, and in dddition, contended a most alarming percentage of crime in this country was directly attributable to e-xces- N'oon close over the private leased wire of the Western Stock Exchange: Stocks Open Close 'Acrns .20 Alia. Pel.................30 .80 B. D.. No. 1 6.70 6.50 B. No. 2..............: 1.80 1.85 British Canadian-........13 .13 Christy .08 .081 ......................68 .05 Diagmaii 80.00 80.00 .Federal......................60 .60 Fidelity ....................28 28 H. E...................... .60 .68 Hole ,11 .11 Monarch 17.50 16.50 Marine ......................28 .28 Okotoks .30 .25 .29 Prudential............ 1.30 1.25 S. S.......... .40 .40 Sunbeam...................18 .10 Trenton..................... .30 .30 United Oils 16.00 16.25 Union Pacific.............48 .42 Pacific......... 2.00 2.15 QUEBEC BOND ISSUE London, June province of Quebec Is Issuing sterling 4% per cents, at par. PARKER Carnival Shows At Lethbridgc Fair sive usn of intoxicating liquors. In support of.this last statement Fulton gave statistics o-f certain of the prohibition states in the United States, which clearly showed that Jn his closing remarks the neces- sity of active work on the part of the members of the league for the purpose of securing prohibition the province, was strongly urged by Dr. Fultan, and there is no doubt but that the inspired address by this reverend speaker will' be productive of a more vigorous campaign on this question in Macleod. The meeting was brought to a close by the election of officers for the eii- suing year, the following appoint- ments being made A. Virtue. T. McNichol. Martin. Patterson, M.P. P., C. Briggs, W. G. Aririrews, K. J. Follis, E. Kouster Brown, R. J. K. Gardner, J. Stenson, H; Shields, K. Edgar, J. Carruthcrs, R. Barker and J. Orr. IflltRTA ONE KILLED, THREE WOUNDED, IN SHERIFF'S BATTLE 'Lewisburg, W. Va., June Hohe was killed and his father Theo- dore mortally wounded, and Sheriff Lincoln Cochran and his deuuly Geo. seriously hurt, in a battle which lusted almost all of yesterday, live miles from Hart's Run. BOMBARDED KING June suffra- gettes circumvented the poHce today and King George and Queen Mary with leaflets at the en- trance of Hyde Park. A bundle of -pa- pers struck the King's hat and knock- ed it sideways, while the Queen's parasol caught another shower of pamphlets. j________ Alberta teachers are now in a po- sition to equip themselves for teach- ing j Domestic Science in the schools of the province.'.. The, agricultural High schools ate .putting on special courses for The following circular letter sent out by W. J. Stephens, principal'of the Claresholm school of. agriculture, tells all about _ The Provincial School of Agricul- ture, at Claresholm, wishes to an- jnouhce that a course in Household Science will be given to ladies hold- ing qualified teachers' certificates for the Province of Alberta, commencing October 27, of this year. This course will entitle teachers to teach house- hold science in any school in the pro- vince. Those holding second grade certificates'and having completed the normal course, by taking two win- ters in the school of agriculture, will be-- household science specialists. Those having completed the llth grade work in the High school may take this course of household science and will he entitled to teach this work in any of the schools, .after they have completed the normal course. In addition to the household sci- ence specialists' course, the school S will-offer a course for young ladies who do not intend to teach house- hold science, but, who are desirous of obtaining a training that will bet- ter equip- them' for-their 'duties in their homes. To take.this course, no special educational qualifications are necessary. The course oi study is a thorough- ly practical one, and is given under the direction of the Minister of -Ag- the Hon.- Duncan Marshall, and the Board of Agricultural Direc- tors. There are ho fees in connection with 'this course, and the only ex- pense girls will be put to, will be for books, and for room and board, which can be obtained in most re- spectable families in the- town of Claresholm. Anyone desiring to attend the school this fall should communicate at once, with the principal. Calen- dars- and application forms will he mailed upon request. TO-NIGHT 2 GREAT REELS The Circle Of Fate A Story You Will Think of After You Have Seen the Picture SOME COMEDY Calamity Anne in Love Made for Laughs Only WATCH FOR DATES COMEDY DRAMA The. Flirt DISASTER NOVELTY SPECIAL if FLEMMING ENQUIRY AT FREDERICKTON Frederick'ton, N.B., June scene of the new Brunswick graft in- vestigation, in which the Premier of the province, Hon. J. K. Flemuiing, is charged -with extortion, shifted this afternoon to this city at ii.30. Justice McKeown, Judge Wella and Commissioner Fisher re-opened the in- quiry, and it is probable that it will proceed here to the end of the week. F. B. Carvell. M.P., has secured authority from the court to investi- gate while here the records of the St. John Quebec Railway Co. and its subsidiary, the Quebec St. John Construction Co. AUCTION SALE Household Furniture, Pure Bred Poultry and Turkeys on Thursday, July 2nd STREET NORTH'. W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer, instructed by Mr. Clausen, to sell the following: 5 Iron Boda complete 1 ChiWa Iron Crib 2 Dressers and Stands 1 Golden Oa.k Rnffet 1 Chiffonier J Upholstored Gcuch .1 Mahocnny Rocker 1 act Early BuglUh Diners upholste'rod in leather I Mahogany'Writing Desk 1 Morris Chair upholstered in leather 1 Exlonslon TnWe 2 Kitchen Clipboards ClOCk Linoleum Baby Buggy 2 Carpet Squares 1 Range 2 Heaters Dishes and Kitchen Utensils. POULTRY 13 Puro Bred Buff Orpington. Hens and about 50 Young Chicks 7 Pure Bred Rhcde Island Red Chickens 1 Turltoy Gobbler 1 Turkey Hen with !l Small Tur- key CilckB. NO RESERVE Auctioneer's phone 1023. CASH Fats Make the Hottest Fire And as the digestion of food generates body licnt, so the more greasy, heavy food you eat, the hotter you are. One ean feel several degrees cooler and more com- fortable in summer by selecting proper food. -Nuts is made of carefully selected wheat and barley and con- tains all their nutritive values, including the mineral phosphates, (grown in 'the that are especially necessary for rebuilding the lissuc cells of body and ,biain. Grape-Nuts is thoroughly baked to .24 hours) which breaks down the starch cells. Therefore it is easily and quickly in about one hour. If you care to feel cool and fit make Grape-Nuts.a part of the summer delicious part! "There's a Reason" by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Posluni Cereal Co., Windsor, Out. MEXICO Major Schoof, one of Villas sta'ff, just returned, will give the true story WESLEY CHURCH TO-N TGHT Admission 25 cents EMPRESS OF IRELAND PICTURES DELAYED Owing 'to unforeseen crowds wit- nessing the Empress of Ireland pic- tures in. Calgary, they will not arrive in Lethbridge in time to b'e shown to- night, as advertised .by the Starland management. The: dates' will be an- nounced on Tuesday. AT THE EMPRESS The Empress management has not the slightest hesitation in recommend- ing the bill for tonight and.tomorrow. "Judith of Bethulia" is one of the most beautiful stories ever written, and its reproduction on the screen is no .less so. is a vivid history of ono phase of the time it concerns, and Is redemptive as 'well as revela- tive, a lesson from one of those vital struggles that made and unmade na- tions as well as Individuals, yet it is not without that uplifting influence, that appeals pbwerfully to human sense of justice. The entire action of the play works up to the personal sac- rifice of Judith of Bethulia, a perilous chance she assumes for the sake of the lives and happiness her people. She dares to expose herself to humiliation and dishonor In a challenge of beauty to strength, struggles through a con- version of sentiment that makes the crisis more acute, and sets at defiance the "batter-death-than-dlshonor" plati- tude, escaping both through that..all- conquering combination In a woman: great physical beauty joined to lofty intelligence. Judith dares her own undoing and abandons her native purity of con- duct, yet the noble end justifies the- dangerous means, and she emerges an idol of her people, and an apothe- sis of splendid womanhood. WILL. STRENGTH EN .NAVY Waslilitston, D.C., Juno tary'd' the' Navy Daniels has announc- ed his intention of increasing the fleet on tho Paslflc Ocean with the opening ot tho Panama canal......... PARKER Carnival At Lethbridge Fair LtTHBKIDGE FAIR -t.'. July 7. 8. 9 CANADIAN SPECIAL FARES TO CALGARY EXHIBITION Good going June 27- July 2. Return limit July DOMINION DAY EXCURSIONS Going dates June 29-' July 1; Return limit July 1 Further information li-om Ticket Agent, Letli- bridge. E. DAWSOJf, Dist. Passenger Agent, Calgary.