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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fHB LETHBIIPCe DAILT HEKAt.P PAGE THREE MARKETS Winnipeg, Opening and closing prices on the grain eushaugui LOCAL INS FAVORS CITY i OoV Oati- May July Uarlej- Oct CVSH Sprint Wheat- No '1 Not No. 2 Nor '8 Nor i i No. 4- No 5 So 6 i I Rejected Feeds No. 2 l Rejected Seeds No J llejetted Seeds No I bmutty 2 SmuWy JMJ 3 Smuttj Winter INO 1 Nb 2 ba 2 C tt. Nd i C J No. 1 !No 1 Feed i. Feed JJarlej Iso. J Open Close 94 ,91. 87J 37 S 37i 87 i 47, Rejected Feed -No 1 N Mi 2 C J o JU1V. fc'el ts O U1V _ btl-t C MINVB M'OUS 89 Mi 79 71 hD 68? 88i 88 83} 01 88 J. 37 15 331 Jij 1 HI CtHCnttO 00 90S Si. 90 8U-J Su; S LIVESTOCK MARKET vilniiipui, Man, tt tne UvestocK markets ft ab quiet on tdnesdaj tor all classes oc butch .1 fair donwnd joi stockers anrt leeders, now tlu grass will ?e plentilul soon Prices weak lor uutcher cattle, and to tome euent aftected the stocKers and ieedera OUolce butthei steers were tiuoted f 7 io to f 50 and it takes good Biuit Oholte heiicfs iveie quoted to Stookers end feeders are readlli taken liom 00 to f l> 00 Tlic sirlttt' was extreme v TV if for eve 3uvvei prices A choice bunch clung hands at 76, fed and vvKtered mid 17 90 to J8 00 was paid cars I his makes a break of 25 cents JOOlbs as against a weik ago KUirg tiuo'atious were as? follows Choice butchpi stiwis, 72 to 7.60; fair to good butcher steers v, 00 to 675, fair to good butrhe liolfeis, 5 25 to 576, good hutche fair .cows auc 75 tu o 2a, best tiul's, 3 00 to 5 JO common bulls, 4 K to 4 50 best steers, 575 to 600, best stotkers, to 550, best milkcra and spring oo 00 to 7500, common to mod lum milkers and springers, 4000 to 50.00. good calves, 550 to CO -choice calv es 7 00 good lambs 7 00 to 7 oO, choice killing sheep, i 00 to 6 50 lisrs, 773 to 800, rojghs heivifs, 600 to GJ6, tings, 480 Perelpts foi the two davs ending Wfdnesdaj were js follows CPU v anl hogs, 771, slicep 30 IJnion 369 logs, FYom the CPU jards, seven cais of stockeis weie Chipped vvest to Cnl garj' and Maple Creek districts and from the Union yards twelve cars of lioVi vveie shipped to onatein mar keta Think Scheme Will Work Out to the BeneOt of the Merchant j____. A cit> market, If operated pro- would be the best thing In the world 'ft the merchant who handles WITH GOLD BIG RUN ON THE HOSPITAL TO BE BUILT AT BROCKEt Thin the cuiression made this'of goW nuggots Plncher Creek, Alta., May Strangers "within our gates" must In- variably believe that Flnclier Creek's has corns III. For the past three days'about four score or more men have been seen to enter the post o' fice, and como marching serenely off. small hag resembling very' closely that of monsy bags, or nocks indeed, they rooming by several of the tfuth aro factory method for both the farmer t stores an cal cal stores and mean in increase In Hcarcu tho volume of business. Manager Smith, of the Hudson 6 Quite to whom the credit is due for this opportunity of our gro'w in abundance il'imort ing into -OaKl in .bun nd mean an lu.rease ,n Anythtog -..ore genune being MMMagDl annul, vt Bay u, ,eo much In favor of May 2, nf henrr falUire on Saturday .morning, He wa, In the benefit of the merchant ed that it Is ooerated along co-rect Unas, and he qniphasizes the need of co-operation of the women "The ladies of will have to ge. thlB Several of our retail merchants at- "The 'ended tho Merchants' Convention in out befoie ten o'clock in the mor.llng and boost if the market is to be success, siitt he An Indian hospitpl will be opened at Brocket this week, under the charge of Dr J 1 Glllespie Several Aleck Johnston, of Johnston 'he pupils of the Indian school are The reat ec onson, o grocers on Thirteenth street, to be treated to- tuberculosis that tne feelmg amongst tile North Doctor intends giving tho serum t 1 ethbridge people favorable to the, and Nurse keils will be in at market He believes that nealv ev tendance erj voter will ol the hutcher business started by E quwlion -s to whether a market snail, Ambrose last week, is proving MT OKI SEIS A NEW PRECEDENT LAXITY IN IN ALLOWING CASES TO GO TO PRIVY COUNCIL TO Bfc AVOIDED London, Mas lord Chan o'eilbr. made ao Interesting pronounce- ment before the Privv Council today regarding Canadian nupealb 'The Court was asked by Ogden Lawrence, to leave to appeal in Carej vs. Boots, a Quebec in which the only point was the con- struction of a contract of land pur chase The latA Chancellor, in icfusing such leave, said that Canada had ere atud her own Sunremo Court as a final court of appeal Tuo of appeal) being heard by tho Privy Council wan not hovv ever, taken away, but Uie council did not remain an ordinary court of appeal" It was certain that the statute did not in tend that there be ani going beyond the Canadian Supreme Court in a case such at was involved in the present application Tie prerogative of the council .ought not, therefore, to he exercised His lordship added that there was once a period when in this respect the practice of the Privy Council was more lax than it should have been An application was made bv R C Smith, K C v on. behalf of the Montre al Tramvv ays Co, foi leave to appeal t against a decision of the King's Bench of Quebec, which had upheld an order of the Provincial Leglsla ture, constituting a Quebec publio and .granting, later, the power to summon witness es, demand documents, etc The Co maintained that buch powers could only be giantod by the Dominion government In granting leave to appeal, Lord Haldahe'-said that the Attorney-Gen- eral of the Dominion would be allow- this be instituted or not, as thev realize 9ulle a that the) will be able to obtain bottei ried ou and fresher produce at less coit, but practical} eveh voter nortfl of the tne expense The business is ear- in the wagon, -which from door to door, thus saving of a Urge store, etc, prac e luo CPR tracks will vote toi the Citi making to cut Lumber Co site on First av of meat to a rertam degree, which is emu If the market ,s centrallv 1o Proving verv acceptable to he con- said Mr Johnston, "we want An up to date slaughter it, it is not, the south side peo- house has heen erected about half a pie will have to it them mile south of town selves So far as the .merchants are A big Conservative meeting was concerned, 1 cannot aee where it vv ould injure their business held at the Armory on Wednesday ev- ening last. F1ILY. WILL PAY ed, if he chose, to intervene appeal The Privy Council granted leave to reaoll MLLE. GREY ATTRACTING LARGE AUDIENCES JIllo. Athmdre Orey still continues to captivate the large audiences at the Sherman by her charming inter- pretation of the classic dances, and the management are justly proud of being able to present this talented artiste. 'The photo-plays presented are tlie best shown in Western Cana- da, and the whole programme Is commended to every one who desires amusement of the highest character. t IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE? In this day of frenzied finance, business depression, etc., the tired business man, after ills day's labor seeks something in the way of recre- ation that win tieip iiiiii to forget the troubles of the day just past. "Is Marriage a will fill a. long-felt want. This excellent comedy win be presented at the Sherman Theatre on. Tuesday, May 12. The company that lias been se- lected for the presentation is one that has been especially picked to fil the different -characters. The resuit is that "is Marriage a wi prove to be one of the best theatrical offerings of the local season. The press of 'the various cities and towns throughout Canada and the United States have been unanimous in de- claring, that this comedy is one of the brightest and best of recent years, and will undoubtedly repeat its form- er successes here on Tuesday next. Seats are now on sale at Uie box office. AT THE EMPRESS Bohemian String Orches- tra and "The Love of the Vitagraph two reel feature show ing at the Empress Theatre for the last time tonight, are deserving of :a large audience.. The picture was thorough- The Beet Entertainment in the City Sherman Theatre Admission 10 anil Ibc TO-NIGHT Mile. Athmore Grey In DANCES THAT CHARM CAPTIVATE And 4 of the Finest in Photoplay Art, COMING MONDAY Special David Copperfield IN 6 PARTS FAMOUS PLAYERS SERIES PRICES 10 AND 16c TUESDAY THE GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS OF YEARS Is Marriage A Failure? SEATS NOW ON SALE 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and appeal in me case of St Charle- >s Surgeon, concerning the and license to restaurant premises in Lord Hal- case involved Important principles ought to be considered. ly enjoyed by many last night. It shews :Lo wliiit an extreme love can LANDED AT COIN SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION IS BLAMED FOR THE LOSS OF THE VESSEL Boston, Mass May 7 the Cunard liner Francohla Itom Liver- pool attned toda> bringing IS mem- tersif. the crew of the burned steam- else If-you want to 'iaugh, see the com- Lady in and if you want to be comfortable, be there. The management is unlimited in its efforts to make this theatre just what the-people want..ana .is.reniodelllns- same to that purpose -Patho's Weekly, Considered one of the best in the movie world, will' also be sho'wn. MARGARET ILLINGTON IN VWITHIN THE LAW" One of the reasons that 'Within the Bayard Veillers phenom enall) successful human interest drama. In which the American Pla) Co -will present Margaret Illington at the Majestic, on May 15 and 16, has made profound impression on the theatre-goers of New York ana London, in both of which cities it is the sensation of the sear, is due to its forceful depiction of the problem Ttatnund Mar The Primarv associations came m _. conference of ihe'TaUor Stake of the for a share of the time Amy L Al- cr Columbian, rescued from a boatiof the undorpaid ..wage-earning shop- Mormon church was held at Raymond len, Who is pirsident of the stains south of Sable Island, several of the In engrosslngiy realistic man on Saturdav and Ma) 3 and organizations, spoke of th: new- ar- survivors were suffering from burnb ner the autnor atjOWS impossible 3 The mietinu house was tilled to rangement of study There seens to and all snowed the effects oi: expo- lt fm the ,0ung woman nf ln to live on the meagre wages paid her. Turner, the girt in the play, morninR seswon COALDALE NEWS The neft owner, Mr i'halov, ol fratadise, Oic, has taken possession 6f the; Dyke :farm. ,T.iie AVlveelei1 hay fnrnt has been to Hvsson Bros at an acre lldneysctt'ami .Mr. U..Tay- 1m have purchased planca. The Eastern Star v ..1 mctt on Fri- day night Airs ilanghter, Cervia of Winnipeg spent last Fiitlav Tvith Mrs W !r Panson Mis JJennle Jones, and son IJoan, home from Spokane thia veelr Mr anil Mrs Battson me rereiving oongralulatloiis on tho birth of a (bushier last Saturday nl the Van Harlem hospital }Ir A Mitchell Is In Fdmonton or, business. jPl'epot enolnnged pulpits (he Rev Mi Hlshop last Sun day Thursdaj W II ship Iliree carsloada of prime beef to its eapacit) Apostles Pcorge t be a Richardb and David 0 McKay of work Mrs Capener Salt Lake City, were piesent The City, ib directing their convention nc sesiion was devoted to 'he work of the Woman's Relief SOCK Sv Q 0 Ulred was sustained as pre- and'a repori of each of the nine cr sidenl 01 the Religion Class work ramiations wai, made by its ptesl Melvm president of the First dent Ths following ladies hidinarge Elders Quorum, and David F Fawns, in the various wards Rajmond John L Gibb and Samuel Francis impulse given to theirj sure The body of Chief Steward Salt Lake Matthews, -vho died from burns whili-in the open boat, also was Drought bv the Frar.conia First WarU, Gc-orgema O'Briea, Mar gnret Ivng, Second Wa'd Dlua Tooiner-.of. Magrath, were.ordained Patriarchs. The choir was directed by. .C.. B. Louisa Wilde of'Strong and rendered "Providence sick, clrcismg and laying out of ihe dead, collecting funds and distribut- ing to the poor and unfortunate, gen ealoglcal and temple work Mis Richards, is.a member of "Daughter o! and "It shall come to pass in the last and others. Much commendation'-was-giv- en for the-.singing Mis Richards, is.a memoor 01 n the general board, was present aid f ti YOU gave instructions at their special con- O M. VM. From Opportunity vention Sarah A. Mercer .of Magrath, is the stike presiiltnf- II S Allen, k'rc ident of the Tav- lor stjlte, spoke at the aitcrnoon ses- sion He (Aplamed that the general conditions ill the stake were verv GOOD PLACES 00 TO YOUNG-LOOKING MEN Its up to you to be one. Gray Hair is the most favorable lie encouraged the people tlw OM 7W can to he frugal in their temporal attain, and as far .is pofikible to avoid mort- to ,tg natura! color ,t easy to use, itimulating and nourish gaging thur lands When )oti g't !g not a jour litles clcai keep them so and avoid trouble" inf the scalp and ualrrootl, impart- Hc read a letter from 'the general inn' new life and vigor and giving thtt authorities of the church, outlining healthy natural looi which Is to e> fhc policy of Ihc-c'iurch in building uiitlal to a youthful appearance It amount b) the people ,t It at store here until the roof is on me buim- Sold rccommendjd by J D Illfin ing, which they propose to do this Co, Limited, Druggist, )car And at a special meeting held Ltthbridge, AlberU Adrt. m the evening it was decided to ask Make Almost Like Magic (Toilet Tips) electric needle for removing stubborn hairy growths now concede that t.'simple paste made with powdered delatono and water is fully as efficacious devotd.-'of-pain. .while tho 'coet. Is trifling. Tlie dels- tone paste Is lei', on the Hairy surface ibout two minuted and nen It is rub lied off all traces of hair .vanish. Wash- Ine loaves tho skin soft, emootih and spotltsd De careful to see that It Is delatone you get or you'may So dis- aunnlntiid will. trault from each llormon famii) and iicoplc who arc able will be expected to do- nate aoinrdlnK to their ability Third aro Ml families in the stakr, will mean SOD-10 each day or 000 a month A similar amount will be raised by the Alberta itake, .mil when "I is doubled again by the ihurch appropriation it will mean about a }ear Kina C'ard spoke of the early Kcttlenifnt ol and .the prom- istfc made of a temple to he built in tliU the opinion that spontaneous com- bustion in caused the makes this plea just after been, sentenced to spend th In prison for a crime she has nib Irgo of She pieads not for he Hre He said he was Herself, but for the others of her mi tially Intenselv dramatic, it is enlh encfl bj some of the moat unctuous humor. The role of 'Mary the sprc- Iv besot shopgirl, affords Ifiss lllmg ton the finest opportunity she has 5et enjojed for the.dlsplay of her un doubted talent, and IIBI triumph in this character ma'ks highest achievement of her stage career She Is abls assisted by nil exceptional supporting cast. Seats are now on sale at Frank Hcdley's drug store. MR. McGOWAN RE-ENGAGED AT AN INCREASE IN HIS SALARY. Macleod Alta, May definite decision to proceed at once with the construction of the new High school, for which -bonds amounting .to have been sold, vas the outstanding eature of the regular meeting.- of. the School Board, on Tuesday evening, at which Trustee's Dr. ;Bruce, R. O. hews, D. G. HcKensie, S. 'Heap and Rev. Bathurst Hall 'were present. The question of again placing the High school and Public school 'inder one principal was taken up, hut no discussion took place on the, same. McGowan, however, WES re-.en- gaged, witli an increase a year. r Upon the explanation of Dr Bruce at the outset of the .meeting, to the effect that the proceeds of the sale of EMPRESS 15c VITAGRAPH TWO REEi. FEATURE The Love of Tokiwa PATHE PLAY Mrs. Morton's Birthday BIOGRAPH BURLESQUE COMEDY The Lady in Black SEE PATIIE'8 TIio Best Weekly TONIGHT At the Empress Only. J awakened b} the explosion shortly fortunate sisters This is practically before midnight Sunda) night and the mtroanctlon to the girl who at- when he .rushed ou) on deck, the les- tervvaids (.urns the whole police fabric the debentures had been received and sel was in flames The saloon pass- under her thumb, until she is deposited in the bank, each of the enters on the Franconia assisted m ed bv one ot her own band into tho I trustees present was asked for bis op ig first aid to tire burvivors, pro-.jiands ot the notice through tho as to the advisabllit; of going iding clothing for them and sub-1 ]aid plans of scribed to a fund for their relief i plgeon a department "stool The survivors had not recovered -How. the girl is able, at last, by the juilicicntlv from their wounds and ex-' Con'essi0n c hauition to give a detailed account to gam of their escape from the burning ship and their fort) hours of exposure in r an open and leaking boat All were ahead with the construction of the new High school. With the exception of Mr. Heap; who thought -it 'was pos- suiTicicntlv from their wounds and ex-' COn'ession of her fellow conspiralo to make arrangements for the berty, is told in one of' accommodation foi the oveiflow of dramatic plavs of the pupils for a time at least, the trus a. play that .throws the lime- tees all. expressed themselves as be- light of publicity on the metropolitan ing In. favor of the new school, and 'third headquarters' on the vote being taken, it was decid- ed to rush the work of construction. open removed to tho Marine hospital at as the steainer dock- ed fiie Columbian's fire call early on Monday, morning brought' all hands on deck When the order to abandon the ship was given it was found' that the tackle was jam- med on the Doat i mimed hy 4he sur- vivors Tho boat hung for a few moments hj the falls, the sailors fdndlhg it away Irom the heated sides of the steamer until one of ..the men "cut tlfe the drop forced a in the" Bottom, and' throughout' their forty hours' drift the men took turns in bailing. When, the men were res- cued the) were placed in the hcst state rooms on the Franconia and were disturbed only.when it was ne- cessar) to give them nourishment FIVE ARRESTED Vernon Lumberjack oner's Jury Returns Murder Verdict Veinon, BC, May men were arrested today on suspicion of bolni? implicated in James Berryman, the murder of lumberjack, whose dead Body was found on Sun day, thirtv miles from here, very baJiy battered ,The coroner's Jur> returned a ver- dict of murder W persons unknown. The evidence showeu the deceased had In company with men lut method of gaining their damning in- formation. While the play Is CAUSE AND EFFECT Good Digestion Follows Right Food. Indigestion and the attendant dis- comforts of mind and body are certain to follow continued use of improper food. Those.Who are.still young and ro- bust are likely; to overlook the fact that, as dropping water', will wear a stone away at jast, so will the use of heavy, greasy, rich, food, finally cause loss of appetite and Indigestion. Fortunately many are thoughtful enough to study themselves and note the- principle''-of .cause .and: effect In their daily; focd. "A young woman writes ner expei tuus "Sometime ago I had a lot of ti ouble from IndipestlQii, caused hy too ilcb food. 1 got so 1 was unable to digest scarcelj anything, and medicines eemed useless "A friend -jilvlspd d nip to try Gnipe Nuts food, praising it highly and as a last resort, I tried it. f am .thankful to saj that Grape N-its not 0'ily re llcved me of my'trouble, but -built me np and strengthened my digestive .o; gans'so that I anything 1 deslio Dulyl'stlck to Grape-Nuts" NTame given by Canadian Postum Co Windsor, Ont Read "The Road to in pkgs "Thoie's a llea son." Ever rtacT the above lattir? A. hew one ippcari from time to time They BODY OF VICTIM OF NOVEMBER'STORM' FOUND YESTERDAY Escauaba Alich Mav 7 body of John engineer of tlie steamer Henry: B. Smith; wreck- ed in the great storm of last Novem- ber, was found .yesterday oh the shore of Michiplcoteu Island, near and ,was .The body Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., brought here last night, was identified by letters arid a watch found in the pockets Gallagher's widow, and -five 'small children live in this, city! MACLEOD. iK.C.'s -AT MEDICINE HAT Miicicod, May. leod tontlngent present at the inltla-1 tion ceremonials of the Knights of at Medicine Hat on Sun- diy consisted of Messrs J J. Me AMY The 1 holds tie record for the best Meal EMPLOYS A Gome Once and Commercial Oyster Chop House 2 from Hotel Any Time Nell Eliza went to an astrologer to find out when, was the best time to get married What did he tell her' took m0k at her and told Her to erah her first Donnell, M. Jordan, E Ryan, Choquette, George Kerwin, Gor moley, T F Ward, P Ryan, D T-.andrj and C D the last three of whom "rode tho goat There were about three hundred present Two Good Thoro are two reasons why some people don't mind theh business 0ne ls lnit'tlle> haven't any rtlnd, are genuine, true, and fuir jntoreet. of humVn reras any The time to take caie of your hair to when yuu have hair to take care "'if your hair is getting thin, grad nail! falling out, It cannot bo long before tlie spot appeals The greatest lemedy to atop the hair from falling Is S U.VIA, first dis- coveied in England SALVIA. fir nlshcs nourisnmont to the hair roots and nets so quid V Iliat people aia amazed It destroys the dandruff genii, tho little pest that saps tho life that v should go to the hair from the Sold li.v K Drua; ;