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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY -If EH ALP THREE Madam- If you are not a customer of ours, it's good business to investigate where you can get the best some people who insist on having Nothing but the Choicest Meats Have been customers of ours for years. They order by phone-they're getting from us what they would in- sist on getting from others- they don't need to insist in our case, ask one of our customers. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 MED Military Leader Claims Country is Spending Veiy Little on Militia S-Ihe House the estimates m.nistei A BREAKFAST IN CEYLON would not briny you a more delicious cup of than you may at your own table by using SALADA" It u the worid't choiceit tea, .at its finest hill-grown Ceylon-tin sealed lead packets BLACK. 6REEN or MIXED iloiit in the training of teachers and deuloprmnt ol the cadet, Olla-ia Out M sat nili.l midniglit un me uuiit, nf lion Sim Hughes ininislei ot 1 in the lujinmn. u. v.... ni.lil.a but .10 Hem was voted and moieracnt He maintained thai the "o ieraUou of then, 'c ,o.t o' drill was 1, less .or each d at a liter date Iman than under tlu 1 .bera! regime. It ,ooked it as some! ttta- these Hem, talcen up ,n i oilier business would have to be .tak- en up Mi drcn attention lo the net tint nndci tin closure ink ot last session estimates of a de- partment can not be liro.igbt up for "1 ol consideration, for the first, .time I Ihursdiy or I Hie cl n tlu elemnt, 1 chief Liberal whip an'Liilher members cri-I ticisecl Ihe acts of Ihc minister. Mr. aid the speech breath- which the opposition cannot move. amendment to the motion lo go Ottawa, Out., May 7.-After one of the hardest lights ever put upon a cd oi militant ,nd that the minis- measure the bill of the. 1'rodcutial ei mililan mid. He declared I Life of .Canada, passed the hanking that less moaev bhiuld he spent this. rainmiUce this morning unamended. >car on and more on the de-j The bill incotpontal unto- ihe Do- iclopmrnl o. the country. intu committee of sunph Col. Sam Hughes, who all Steamstiip Ticket Office SAFETY SPEEO SPLENDOR Pacific Roynl Steamers Allan Line Royal SteameiB Trench Line to re Star New lork and Canad Cuuatd Line New Yo.k and Canad Canadian. 'Northern Ilojal Mall Steameri Donaldson Line to Glasgow Anchor Line to Glasgow. German Lloid Hamburg and ill other T ines Largctt and cheapest fates direct sailmp verp and Hamouig connectlonb Czei monitz Krakan and all other Coutin ental points t Buy your tickets where you bet your train; 6. B. MITCHELL, 0 P. R. Ticket Agent, Letlibiidgc. ESTIMATED CROP FOR 1914 PLACED AT BUSHELS MARKETS really to so on looked disappointed and.Premier Bordcn said other busi- ness would have to he proceeded hvith Sir Wilfrid, however, said that as Ci-loncl Hughes was eager to go on, lie would wai ve his objections land a minute later the Minister of jJIilitia was well started cm his speech, which lasted until six o'clock. The minister made a general slat-e- ment covering the whole of I military activity. There were ire- interruptions and questions and at times heated remarks were flung I across the floor of the .House times the members were moved to laughter by laughable mtsrrup- I lions and reloits IJe mimstei defended 'the present opend.'ure which he FRIDA'i S GftAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Maj 8 Opening and closing prices on tne gram exchanges "wheat- C'oso July SH Bt Oct Mav Inh Way Uulj May- July Ocl 1.35 1 1-) 1 18J 1.371 1.-105 1.384 1.38 CASH Spring JCo. No. j1 o No! 6 Iced .j Xo, s, rejected .seeds-. rejectee) seeds 3s.o 1 smutty 2 smutts 1 imutti 1 Hen 1 Red Winter No 3 Keel Winter Oats- ;NO 1 c' w! No I Feed Ko. 2 Feed Ko. 3- Kcjectcd..... J-'eed Fias- co IN'. W C. No i 0 Ao 3 r Wheat- Way u iv fcept Washington Alav 7-the tirst ol I Lial estimate ot the size 01 the crop of -nheat was made in -inc "iuj crop r.port of the "op tc polling board United S'atcb Depart racnt of issued at 2 15 p in Ihc report 4Ic tion on Mai 1 o. winter wheat ijc n cidou lands and pastures and per centise 01 spring plowing and spr.itf, j planting completed the acicage of j wheat to he h-mcsted Ihe is I limited out luin of the ninlei wheat crop ind the 01 o-i firms, Ma; 1 Ihc figures uc Winter aierdge tontl. lion ol winter wheat on M., 95'j pei cent of normal, Lompucd 15 per cent on 1 9' 9 per cent on M-n 1 1011 and So i pel c.ei.1 the ncragc foi the past Ihe aica of winter wheat cmam ing on 1 to he hancsled about JjIS. 000 ures, 01 aues less linn ihe rri plintcd last aliluran, hut acres .more than the area harvested last year, Ihe condition on tlaj 1 is indica S7lUlie o! i Mclcl per acre of ipplou r maicn JT 3 bushels, assuming aier to pienil hcrciftet On the estimated area to be harvest rd this would produce a Jihal crop oi bvJiels cmnpared with 48! bushels harvested in 1913; of bushels in ;.4.30, HS6.000' bushels in 1911. and 000 bushels in 1910. The out-t'.rn or the. crop probably will he, above or hclou the according lo whclhei the condition fiom Mij 1 to lime o. is oi be low the average cnange. said, constituted a smaller percentage i 0[ the total revenue of the country than ever before. He said there are ,n Canada thoubaud well train- cd men readi to take the field minion charter the '..em o. me couin.ii. jjiiniu" i Dr Ncch jssprtfil me. people of Ihe I Insurance company, ot, .Manitoba ami were nol lavor of heavy tax-'w-iis opposed by..the Prudential l.iic at.on to; 11" expenditure, lie Insurance company of America. 1 c.s- dcscnbcd the niternoon proceedings j lerday Ihc 'preamble containing. Hie in the House is name passed after a slormy session. It will piobabh lie several clays be- Today the committee [ought for foic the consider .turn of military cs-! hours over a proposed -amsnilmcnt timatcs is again resumed as other! providing that the assets exceed lia- busmcss is to hi tiken up on l.ilitics, excluding capita stock by at tlie debate on least Hon. W. T. White, 1m- proposals uill.lancc minister, while favoring this provision stated that- II such an amendment was intended to..'.throw the bill back. into, the Senate and re- open the. discussion on the same he would oppose, it. The company undertook to satisfy Ihe. finance department that it. had dal and on Mol ('u ihe CNR guarantee cicnmcnce. ed men to iin- ucm uu shoit notice i bile much bad been a few minutes late SLIDE .CAUSES MINOR WRECK OF SOO EXPRESS EC Miy small lock slide stnick ihe dining, car of 1IH; the Soo .express this morning at sev- ol unimpaired capital lieiore en o c oclc just after the train left applying for-u license. The hill then passed. LAKE OF THE WOODS CO. GOES TO THE 'HAT Winnipeg, -Ma..., .May Lake of- the --Woods Co. will take formal possession of the properties of the Medicine Hat Jlllling Co. on June 1. Xorth Bend, due in Vancouver at noon The car was derailed and sev- eral members of tlie dining car crew were injured by scalds. The rear half of the tram cut off, while passengeis uere transferred, aiid the front-end is coming into Vancouver (i 1H H" 1 ii 1 12 1.22 ,1111101 here toel-n lhat Sn 1 nmuml R Oslei was ill it ihe "Manhat- lan hotel, Nrew York, loioulo, Ont lla) 7 Inquiries il flic home here, of ;Sir Kdmund Osler [ailccl to gel conllrmatipii for the ru- mor. Sir Edmund was at 'Hot .Springs, according to Ihe latest ad- vice received at his oll'.ce, mA was expected home oh Sunday. Last week he was coiifmeci to his room w-ith a slight hioncbial trouble, but it nnder-itood 'that he-had' recovered, 90J 90J CHICAGO JuU fcept 89 90J 01J 10} MILITARY .COLIRT IN STRIKE ZONE Deniei iolo, lotin Chase Iss.icd H call foi a general court martial to trj military 8loSiuK V' Lllltlow fire of April 20 In rompllanco with tho report of tbo military commission which In) aitlBat that arfali1. Tlie court wir convene ou May U, I Another Big List of Good Ifews for Saturday Shoppers at SIMPSONS Great price reductions on all Ready-to-Wear. Special Saturday Bargains among the Piece Goods. No better Stocks in Southern Alberta to select from. ALL OUR SUITS THAT SOLD UP TO NOW ON SALE AT ALL SUITS NOW ON SALE AT ALL SUITS NOW OM SALE AT ALL SUITS NOW ON SALE AT SSiOO FANCY SPRING COATS NOW ONLY FANCY COATS NOW ONLY PLAIN AND FANCY COATS NOW ON SALE'AT FANCY COATS NOW ON SALE AT A Very Choice Collection of Newest Wash Matefiais All grouped together at a special price for Sat- urdafv selling. .The materials arci fine colored and White Crepes, plain or fancy Checks; or stripes, Mercer- ised Linens, Hopps. French Percales and many other Hues of -reliable Wash materials suit- able tor dresses, -waists, luuiquas or skirts. All put in at one nrice, t Saturday per Saturday Will be Hat Day for the Kiddies at This Store Such a collection of pretty Straw and. Linen Mats for little boys and girls is seldom seen in a Drv Goods store. Every desirable shape and quality, mcBt reasonably priced for ajils clearing on. Saturday- CQ Prices from 35c up T- Wear Things for the Little Folk :AT LITTLE PRICES SATURDAY .ROMPERS For "children tin lo six years SHIRTWAISTS 35 G For boys I to 10 years ............'----WW SHIRTS AND DRAWERS All sizes. FINE ASSORTMENT OF COLLEGE CAPS LITtL'E'OIRLS'- DUTCH- pin while, blue. At' each iiiul 40c Bin TIolopiool" Ilosiciv lot men, women mud children inul g'( Ihe Then dd no darning. Women's Suits Coats AT ALMOST HALF. Another Table of Waists 89c last week an issoitm-nt of lilousei at which veio worth in the na-c np to The uhole loi clcai ed out in one day. piepaicd anollhei assortment a.e even better than the list offered J dozen to sell at this puce wwv Girls' Wash Dresses at Almost Half Their Regular Value Onh 10 Wash Tresses foi slrls o! f.o.n 6 to U VPIIS to ho cleaied out al this price. The resulil p.icea v ere ?1 ?'00 and 5-25. All one price 1 O for Saturday Kor S3 Tor :t pair The, Guarantee saves work and irtoney Simpson Co., Ltd. The Beet Entertainment In the City Sherman Theatre Admission 10 and 15c SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ft Tragedy of the flips The Most Interesting and Sensational Subject Ever Produced LAST APPEARANCE OF MLLEGREY MONDAY Special David Copparfield IN 6 PARTS FAMOUS PLAYERS SERIES PRICES 10 AND 15c TUESDAY THE GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS OF YEARS Is Marriage A Failure? Metropolitan Cast Special Scenery SEATS NOW ON SALE 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and GOOD- PR06aAlIlMEv AT THE EMPRESS Tbe'Kalemnwd-l-eerdrama, entitl- ed "The Paleface being pro- duced at the Empress Theatre to- light should be seen and enjoyed by everyone. This is the bis laugh 'night, there being two reels of comedy, and boll, are of an exceptionally ridiculous ca'iibre: "Persy's-Bouquet'' causes no end'of. mental-anguish to the people across the street, all becaustvtlie mes- senger boy sets into the.wrong, apart- ment With it. Porgy has-oio .mteution jf fill-tins with the oilier .fellow s. rt-ife. This excellent programme concludes n-ith a Vitagrapli comedy, featuring: John' Huuny and. Flora v.FjnclV, the, well-known favorites Of .'comedy; in Gentleman of Through a mere accident "a somewhat elderly :pinsterVmects her filte aiid marries i :AT THE'SHERMAN If you Grey you should take Ibe opportunity of do- so, as her Interpretations of the various .masters -is delightful, and charming. She has a poetry of mo tion that almost and 'the spec- tator for the time being-is broughrin- to close louch with those great music masters, Mendelssohn and Peer Gynt Her conception of the Salome dance !S neihaps the best eier leen and calls fo. he-irti aoplause at each pel forinance. The picture programme is stiong and i v.s't. to Mils bouse ot enteitammwit will en sure legnlar patronage On Jlonday "David Coppertield' tvill be the presented by the Famous Ptoers in six reels 1 lie ston w is emcied in and iround the exact spot in 1 imland made famous bv Charles Dickens, and is the crown- ing masterpiece of this lemaikablej noielist A special children's matinee will be given on Monday at 4.IS p.m., and as [the subject is tint all childien should be permitted to see the charge for the matinee will he 5 cents. Two performances in the evening; only prices, 15 and 10 cents. "IS .MARRIAGE; A Is a I iilnre' whlcL it, hooked to appear at.'.the Sherman Theatre on Tuesday, .May. 12, is a copiedv of the somewhat dif'eient l.ind. It. lias bM.imn a ratuci dilfl cult matter for authors of the pre- sent day to find plots that are away from the and distinctly-or- igiml the luthoi of this big success has indeed hit upon not only an 01 iginal but also L distlllcth different and unique idea for con- structive theme, in this rpalli ent, comedy. The action ,of the :s brisk, the situations; extremel> funny, and the climaxes ,of Iho' differ- ent acts leave nothing, to be desired. Is llaniagp a P-uinre' was written Tor the sole puipose of laiightei, -ind how well It succeeds will bo attested to by those who wit- ness the the Shorman on Tuesday next. Seats aic on sale ai the office i EMPRESS iSc Kalem Two-Reel Drama The Paleface Brave TWO COMEDIES Poif's Boquet -The Favorite in "A GBNTLEMAN.OF FASHION" GERMAN AIRSHIP DESTROYED Bei 1m, "ilay report that a- German'military airship had been de stroyed in a storm near Zosseu; 22. miles to the south of Berlin, reached: the authorities'here today MOROCCAN PRETENDER ASSASSINATED Para, Mny Tangier, .Morocco, despatch today reported tlie assassin- ation 'of Eroghl, pretender to 'he Mor- occan Sultanate: Paring a corn brings only buef relief. And there in it. The way to end corns is with It stops the pain instantly Then it loosens ihe corn, and in 48 hours the entire corn comes out. _ t is applied in a moment From that on you will not feel the corn. Leave it on for two days, until it gently undermines the corn Then lift ihe corn out. There will ba no pain, or sore- ness. Blue-jay has ended sixty million coins half the corns in the country now are ended in this way. s There is nothing else lil e it. v And no man who knows will even suggest any other way for dealing; w'uh corns. Blue-jay For IK Md ZS ant. ;