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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE' Biograph drama in 4 parts OF BETHULIA" TO-NIGHT Also a Vitagraph Comedy CONSERVATIVE That is the Latest Return from Ontario This After- noon Toronto, Ont, June Ontario el- fcction return changes this afternoon lire: MacDonalii, in North Bruce, maj. 11'. A. Sinclair, Conservative, defeated Col. Mayberry, in South Oxford, by a jhajprity of four. The net ConMrvatiTe majority in the Holme will be 59. ProOable Recounts Toronto, Ont., June probable In Wentworth, West Kent, North Bruce and Bast (Lambton, where 'the majorities, fiolaily reported, are very close. are also posBibllities of re- counts being demanded in North South Essen and South Ox- ford: Congratulating Sir J.P. Lait night and all today telegrams bf congratulation poured Into the Par- buildings and the .home oC Sir James Whitney, tlie Pre- mier upon biB return to power ylth practically the same following In the House that he.had in tbe.last Parlia- ment. The Premier, .was particularly cheerful and. elated over. the result of yesterday's vote. Today Sir James Whitney made the following statement: "Again the people1 of; Ontario have placed, my colleagues and myself un- der a tremendous obligation to them. The: acts and policy and the work done by the government have' been justified, and, indeed, as i6 well MARKETS PETCES Liverpool market opened weaker under pressure of. good harvesting weather and winters to J low- er, followed by a 'further decline of 3 to Jil. European "offers were larger, (together wiih a .better outlook in 'Argentine. Today 1 NOT. 8Ri 8S '.July option................. 88i 88 Oct 80S 79J Oats- Xo. 2 C. W...............- 39j} 39J July optioi................ 39} 39j Dot............................ 35J No! 1 K. W.. C............. 1.37i .1.37J- Unly option................ 1.371 1.37J 1.42 1.12J MINNEAPOLIS Open Close Wnly Sept. Dec. CHICAGO July Sept. S3; 70 801 7BJ m 801 70 77! 77 S 80j Private Lta.ed Wire Over West- ern Stock Exchange) Open Acme.............-0 Alberta Petroleum Black Diamond British Canadian Christy Dome.......... Deep Well.. .HO 6.50 .14 .8V4 .68 1.25 Dingman......... S5.00 aioiTon-Elcier.......67 Jlole-Woollard.......10% Moose Mountain MillarviUe.........28 Jlount Stephens.....50 Okotoks...........27 Ottawa Pet......... 4.25 >p. P. P... Prudential........ 1.25 Stoke Stephens.....30 Sunbeam........... .1.9 Trenton...........25 United............ 16.25 Union Pacific.......55 "Western Can....... 2.50 Western Pac....... 2.15 Close .20 6.00 .1.3 .fiS 1.25 85.00 .fiO .68 .20 1.15 .40 .18 .26 16.25 .44 2.50 2.10 REMEMBER Fair Entries Close Thursday Auction Sale Household Furniture On Friday, July 3rd, 1914 AT 2 P.M. AT 1739 5TH AVENUK NORTH. W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer, is iiiBtnicted by tlie owner, who is leaving for the ConEt, to sell the following: 1 Sideboard 1 ExtftnHion Table 1 Book Case 1 Urass Chair 1 E. E. Writing Desk 1 Centre Tafile 2 Dressers and Stands '2 Iron Beds 1 Child's Iron Crib 1 Camp Cot 1. Chiffonier 1 Upholstered Settee 1 Upholstered 'Arm Chair I Sanitary 'Couch 1 Oak Office Chair 1 Refrigerator 1 Washing Machine and Wring- er 1 Rifle 1 Kitchen Table 1 six-hole Range with Reservoir and Hot Water Front (Mc- Clarey) House Plants 1 Heater 3 Gravel Boxes 1 Ladies' English Side Saddle Blacksmith Tools Carpenter Tools Hoes. Forks, Shovels About 50 Head of Poultry. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. Circle Tour known, they were hardly criticized by our opponents.; The outstanding fact is that the people of the province re-, fused positively to be threatened and coerced by a few demagogues and clergymen, who, anxious above all things for their o'wn success, were not ashamed to make use of a question like the so-called temperance question as a scourge to drive us out-of office and their friends into power." TORONTO MAN LEFT MILLIONS -Toronto, June will of Wil- liam Harris, of Harris Abattoir Co., was probated -here today. He left over to the widow, four sons arid five daughters and a sister. 'HAT BUILDING PERMITS Medicine Hat, Alta., June cine Hat's building "permits for June total "last year, The figures include the Maple' Leaf mill and two new schools. The total .for the six months is for the" same period last year, EHUfflUTE J London; June debate in the House of Lords on the. Home Rule amending hill begins tomorrow. There has been much running to and fro amongst the Unionist members to draft an amendment. 'Regarding these and the general action of the Union- ist peers, today's Times offers most interesting editorial injunctions: "It is absolutely vital that the Lords' amendments should be sufficient to se- cure temporary declares the' Times. "All these proposals can do is to make the best of a desperate sit- uation by laying down the basis of a temporary truce. Everything is stalt- 1 ed upon their acceptance by Canadian Pacific Ry. Attractive Summer Tours PACIFIC COAST Through the Rockies, Arrow and Kootenay Lakes Baftff, Lake Louise, Field, (llacicL1, Kcvclstokc, Hob- son, Nelson, Balfour and Hie Crows Nest Pass. On Sale uniii Sept. 30lh. Return limit Oct. 31st Stopovers to Vancouver and Victoria; to to Portland and Return Choice of routes ami liberal stopovers. On Sals until September 30. Return Limit October 31 EASTERN TOURS GREAT LAKES SERVICE SPECIAL FARES to cities and resorts in ONTARIO, QUEBEC, MARITIME PROVINCES, NEW YORK and NEW ENGLAND STATES. Choice cf routes. Stopover privileges. CANADIAN PACIFIC UPPER LAKE STEAMSHIPS leave Fort William on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thurs- days, Fridays and Saturdays, connecting at Port Mc- Nicoll with steamship Express for Toronto. For full information, literature, tickets and reserva- tions apply DEPOT TICKET OFFICE Canadian Pacific Station Or write to R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. SHERMAN THEATRE SPECIAL FOR DOMINION DAY LUB1N DRAMA Father's Heart ALSO Two Big Comedies the ANARCHY IN MEXICO Ve'ra revolt of Federal troops, downfall or flight of General. Hueita and outbreaks of and anarchy are freely pre- dicted here today by refugees from the .interior. It is said the tension has never so great in .Mexico City since the murder of Madero. It is reported, here that the defeat of General was due mostly to wholesale- revolt of his soldiers and desertions to the rebels. Arms and ammunition are being pre- pared at all legations. WINNIPEG MAYOR PRAISES OIL FIELDS OF ALBERTA Winnipeg, Man., June Deacon, Tvho returned to the city to- day, after a trip through the Canadian West to the Pacific coast, said that the people of Calgary "have good rea- EOII for their optimism in connection "tt'ith the oil development in the Calgary district." He remarked that indications warranted' very hopeful prospects. Boundary Oil Products Co. Ltd. .________ This is the last day are able to purchase shares in the above Company at 25 Cents. Tomorrow they will be 5O Cents. Read what the big Oil Men say about our property and act accordingly. Mr. E. P. Howard says: "Your Sweet Grass holdings I know and you should gel oil nl the depth Segur expects it in his 2000 feet.or so. as your territory is ex- actly the where he is drilling, and I wish you good luck. (Signed) "E. P. HOWARD." Mr. Ira E. Segur says: "I wish you every success in. your now company, The Boundary Oil Pro- ducts Co., Ltd., and you should have ;io difficulty in disposing of this stock as your holdings are equal-to any in 1. Range 12. I hope to'hear shortly that you are drilling. (Signed) "IEA E. SEGUR." Applications mailed from outside points tomorrow, July 1st will be accepted. Office is open evenings A. I Blackburne Co. Phone 1084 Acadia Block Fiscal Agents Box 282 TONIGHT Our Mutual Girl .CHAPTER 4- TWO MAMMOTH REELS x 'A, The Circle of Fate One of the best Human Interest Stories ever told In Pictures. LOUISE LESTER IN Calamity Anne in Love A Rollicking Comedy which is sure to please you. TOMORROW! TOMORROW! A genuine Holiday Program made up entirely of feature productions, including: A Soul Astray A two reel Dramatic Special that will hold your interest every a photoplay you will remember for days. SPECIAL AFTERNOON PERFORMANCES ENGINE WENT OVER BRIDGE Engineer By Win- nipeg Light Department Winnipeg, Man., June Wrighton, a locomotive engineer, em- ployed on the construction line of the city light and power department, was hilled this morning when his en- igine either broke through or went ov- er the side of a bridge over the Wiu- nipeg road between Lac du Bonnet and Point du Bois. His fireman escap- Ud. OIL COMPANIES MAKE REVENUE Edmonton, Alta., June to- tal number of oil companies incorpor- jated since the strike of the Dingman _J1 is now three hundred and sev- lenty, .and the fees collected by "the 'provincial registrar, E. Tro'tvbrldge, amount to IN Princeton, Mass., June schooner yacht Virginia, owned by Mr. Crowefoot of Omaha, Neb., went ashore near the Woodend life-saving station, during a thick fog early to- day. Word was sent to the revenue cutter Greaham for assistance. "JUDITH OF BETHULUIA" MADE A DECIDED HIT "Judith of a decid- ed hit last night at the Empress, and received tlie admiring comments de- served. The film attructed a large number, and every one was satisfied that the picture came up to the full measure of what had been written about it. The production Itself is a marvel. The techntaue displayed throughout an infinity of detail, em- bracins oven the delicate film tinting and toning, which marks a step in the development of a ne'w art. Some rare treats are in store for next week, when a special all-feature LETHBRIDGE FAIR July 7. S. 9 REMEMBER Fair Entries Close Thursday V' "fair-iveek" bill. win be presented at every change. Among the master- pieces coming are: "Her and "Lost in Mid-Ocean." CANADIAN PACIFIC 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 ,t Further information from Ticket Agent, Leth-' bridge. E. DAWSON, Dist. Passenger Agent, Calgary. ;