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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 'LETHBRIDnE DAILY PAGE THREE MARKETS Sherman Theatre-By sPecial Tonight r'K lOc and 15e GRAIN MARKETS is. Opening and closing prices .on the grain exchanges today were-: Wheat-' Open Close "David Copperfield" Moat Remarkable of all Motion Pictures In Six Reels In Six Reels July 38 38J 1 .D6J- 1.40 May July................... May May .hily Del'. Kov.................. CASH 1'KICKS Wheat- No. 1 No. 2 Nor................ No. I Uc-d Winter No. -2 lied Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 8 C. W................. Kx-l.ra No. 1 Feed........ Ko. 1 Feed. No. 2 Kecrl No: 3 No. 3 Reiected Feed No. 1 N'. W. C. No. 2 C. W................. Ko. -3 C.' W................. MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- May 901 July 91! Kept. S7 CHICAGO Miy 94? .Iljly 86! Sept........................... 855- 37-i 1.39} 1.41 1.39 935 9U- 83 j 341 47'4 461 43J 43 .1.36} 1.33J- 1.30J 89} 90 j 86 8 'Mi CUT IRON D1EWTI1 London, sut- frageltu armed, with a hatchet, to- day seriously, damaged..., a .valuable portrait of the Duke of Wellington in the Royal Academy, .The woman was the paint- ing, when she suddenly drew the hatchet from her muff and slashed the 'canvas three times. ..An attendant promptly seized .her and took her to the police where-she said her name was Mary': Ansell. The painting was'-by.-the-late Sir 1 (uber.t Von' Hcrkdincr, who died Jlarch 31, this.year. It was consider- ed one of liis" iiiiest works. Telegraphies (WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Man., Stay a fair demand, for all grades of cattle at tile stockyards on Monday, and 'supplies equal to quirementB. GKolce steers are al- ways wanted, and special lots fetch top prices all over. Supplies of stock- and feeders are light, and meet xilh a reftdy sale. Milkers are in good demand, locally. Choice steers are quoted at to choice heifers, to feeders and EtockerH from to to quality. The-hog market flontinues weak; Supplies being heavier than the local, was claimed 1100 wore held over unsold. quotations for choice lots were and tone iteois. Washington-Heavy firing has. been going on all day. .'between the rebels and federals at Tampico according to report? from Admiral Mayo. St. Pierre, schooner Marie arrived ili- port today, .bringing the captain and 31 Seamen, from tlie St. Solens, rescued after their boat struck an iceberg ten days ago. and emaciated from her hunger strike, Mario Wood, mili- tant suffragette, was released today. and Emily Hood, aged two and'three, were found this morning after'an all night hunt in the liolinie Boon district. They, are not eipected to recover. biplanes collided in the air at Aldershot this'morning. Captain S. F. .C. Anderson and a mechanic named Carter were Milled and Lieut. L. C. Wilson was badly injured. High body of an un- known man with his throat. cut from ear to ear was found by the sect-ion men on the Aldersidc line yesterday.1 A verdict oi "murder by unknown parties was brought In by. the cot- oner's jury. OUR BROOMHALL CABLE May in Manitoba wieat'.' otters prompted nhorts to cover at the opening lore, and values H to higher. There continued 111 evidence a good demand from the continent and the Bpot market was steady. Following the opening, the weakness in corn and loss enquiry, for with freer Russian offers, encouraged pro- fit-taking and values declined "i to At 1.30 p.m., tlis undertone was with prices unchanged to hither. H. Finch, a prominent Mason of Calgary, died last night, 73. special from Belfast to- day slates that several machine guns and a quantity: of. ammunition were smuggled in on the Down coast last night. Asquith in the House of Com'mu'iis today said he hoped that an amendment to the Home Rule Bill which would be in- troduced by the government would he acceptable to all parties in the House, and that.the House would he asked to give the bill its third read- ing: before Whitsuntide. Bonar Law, leader of tho opposition, said he share the PrflDier's optimism in this respect. He accused the gov- readins of the bill will therefore lie VOLFNTEFRS AT BAYONET PRACTICE Senator De Veber to Represent the City of Lethbridgej Dr. DeVebcr, member of the Sen- ate from this district, and chairman of the Hoard of Health oE Luthbrldge, as as chairman of a similar body in the Canadian Senate, has been pointed by the City Council as Letlt- bridge's official representative at the International Conference on City Planning, to be held in Toronto on May 25, 2C anil 27. Senator De Veber will have charge of the Lethbrldge exhibit at this im- portant gathering and do-all in his power to place city on the map before the city p.. .ere. Scenes like this have become general in Ulster, during the present crisis. Mr. Vincent Aslur. VINCENT ASTOR who married Helen Huntingtou on April 30th. Astor is worth about PENNSYLVANIA. PRIMARIES INDICATE HOT CONTEST ROCKSLIDE KILLS FOUR Cobalt, Ont., May rock slide Philadelphia, Pa., May at Long Land near this place, killed campaign preceding the state-wide four men, named Collins, Defou, Joe elections entered upon its Kelly and Alex. Gauthler. Several SaveYour Health Irfost sicknesses that impair health have their start in quite ordinary ailments of the organs of diges- tion or elimination. Stomach, liver, kidneys, and bowels are quickly benefited by the action of BEECHAM'S BRIGADIER GENERAL BAILEY Ho will command the first body of troops sent to Mexico by the United States government LONDON Magnificent. Twln-Scrpir ''AN DAN I A" "ASCAN1A" (H.) Cabin uiiU Third CUSS itiisSdiRrrp only urc c-urrisd. Tlio CitWn j Spat-'ious Staterooms I I Servicts also hetv.-et-n New York. J. V Sledlterranean. Adriatic. Boston, I queeitsloivn, Livcrpnol. Xciv York, j V Thci Pastes'! Passenger nnit ilall 'i' J Service in the World. AQUITANIA i LUSITANIA j j MAURETANIA j Y For information apply to any V rtathvay or Steamship Agent. Or -J I THE CUNAK11 STKAMSJIir CO. Y I MAIX ST., S. B. Mitchell, Local Agent. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid fowl Tea and Cofl'cc arc in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bcveiv age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than u I'meal time. Tbe prejudice against strong stimulants has. in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer Js absolutely pure. This is no idle cjmni, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show yon. To those -who value strong digestive organs -we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. J THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ator Penrose is being opposed for the Republican nomination by J. Bejija-1 rain Dimmick of Scranton. Martin J.. Brumbaugh of this city has the sup- port of the Republican leaders Tor the gubernatorial nomination. An-: j other candidate for the office is Jos- Jeph Caufflel Of Jolmstown. -Gilford Pinchot, progressive candidate for senator, is unopposed, while William Draper Lewis, choice of the Progres- sive? for governor, is opposed .by Judge Charles 'N. Brumm. A bitter contest for all offices IB being waged within the Democratic party. WAS MISERABLE COULDN'T STAND Testifies She Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Steamers DYNAMITE OUTRAGE INJURES .TWO WOMEN Kingston, N.Y., Maj- atlcKs of dynamite thrown myster- iously into a bedroom occupied '.by Sirs. Darwin I-Iynckley and her two daughters, early today, exploded. i One of the (laughters escaped un- hurt, but the other was badly burned, Mrs. Hynckley may become Mind. The three were awakened by hearing something drop in the room.! As they got up to investigate the ex- plosion drove them against the wall. SOUTHERN AFTER 19 DAYS IN ICE, REACHES PORT St. John, steam-- Southern, from Shields, England, March 28, prrivod in port today, al- ter spending seventeen (lays in 'the ice on the way. She was held up for five days off Cape Race was gripped by the icebergs'and hfelu in for two days outside'Sydney, and was held up in Sydney harbor for another ten days. OTHER COP FOLLOWS SUIT j RegiiiK, Sask.. Mny the successful suit' brought by ex- Constable Cook of tho local police force ngalnat tlio city, in 'which ho was (iwarded four months' salary, Thomas Boaworth, a former sergeant, has given notice of u similar action, Bosworth was dismissed by the police commission at the same time as F. Y.-" After my first child wu bora I felt very miserable and could tut stand on my feet My sister- in-law wiihed me to try Lydia R Ptnk- ham's Vegetable Compound and my nerves became firm, appetite good, step elastic, and I lost that weak, tired feeling. That was six years ago and t have had three fine healthy children since. For female trou- bles I always take Lydia E. Vegetable Compound and it works like a charm. I do all my own Mn. A. F. KREAMER, IB74 Electric Avenue, Lackawanna, N. Y. Tho success of Lydia E. Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbi, U uapsrallefali It nay be used with perfect confidence by. women who suffer from displacements, infUm- irregularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indicesUon, dizzineu, or nervous prostration. Lydia R Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound if the stan- dard remedy for female Ills. Women who mft'er from those dis- tressing ilia peculiar to their MX should be convinced of the s'lility of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable .Compound to re- store their health by tie many genuine and truthful testimonies Are con- stantly publishing in the newspapers. IF yon want spedd advice to Jjdla E.lMnkhftn MetlcfM Co. (confl- df otfal) Ijnn, Vast. Tour letter will to and aaftwoved hy a U lUict ARE ALL LARGE, NEW, FAST- SERVICE ABSOLUTELY HIGH GRADE. RATES THE VERY LOWEST OBTAINABLE. Sailings from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday. Tickets for your friends in Europe can be purchased from any Hallway or Steamship Agent The Ideal Way to the Continent. H. E- LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main St., Winnipeg. THE COMING OF T MARGARET ILLINGTON The much-talked-aboiit "Within the written by a1 former-newspaper man, Bayard Veiller, and with a phe- nomenal record of BUCCCSS in both Chicago and New York, as well as iu England and far-off comes.to the Majestic Theatre on Fri- day and Saturday, May 15 and 1C. Upon the merits of this drama many public men of importance, In- I eluding President Wilson aud Theo- j dore Roosevelt, have expressed them- selves eloquently and at length. By general concensus of opinion, it lias (been pronounced the strongest play of its kind produced In; this .country J-for a.generation or more. Of Slargar- et Illington's portrayal of- thersteliar role the critics have "only praise, and that of the most unqualified sort, to offer. In Chicago, where she has just i concluded a sensational run of many mouths to record-making crowds, .j. i Miss Illington. was obliged to give j j two performances a day, and on the .J.; farewell day of her stay she establish- j t ed a record for endurance by appear- v' fug three times aa the persecuted j heroine of the.VetKer drama., Miss Illington has for more tban j half of the ten years of her car- j eer, played in crime as the creator of the title-role hi Bera- stein'a "The then ns the wo- man of the tenements led Into dis- honesty because of mother-lovo in aud now as a persecuted shop girl who turns unou the and employs its technicalities to be what the law hag forced her to be in the remarkably appealing Veiller drama. And yet, .beyond the fact that the central figure hi eacJi of this 'cycle, of playa committed, larceny, the psychologic aspects of the trio of roles are as far apart as the poles. Tlie very appeals of the three plays are "diametrically opposed. lu "Within the Law" Miss Illington is surrounded by a large and excel- lent supporting cast, which includes Howard Gould, Neil Moran, Frank E. Camp, Robert Elliott, Hilda Keenan, j Jasper and a dozen others. Seats are now on sale at Hedley's drug store. Tomorrow "Cat's Paw" After the 'Inter- nationally Famous Series in the 'Blue Book Magazine I V VI -a I 4 3 H 0) I White Star DOMINION LINE Summer Schedule From Montreal From Liverpool Sat. May 23 Laureutic Sat May 9 Sat. May 30 Teutonic Sat May 16 Sat. Juno 6 Megan tic 'Sat May 23 Sat. June 13 Canada Sat. May 30 Ami weekly thereafter Book early and. secure choice of accommodations. Secure prepaid tickets Tor your friends coming from Eur- ope.' We iKive exceptional fa- cilities for taking care of this class oi business. Ask abcut our 4 weeks' trip to Europe for WEEKLY SAILINGS NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA By tho Following Lines; American Lino (one class steamers 11.) White Star. Line, Ley land Line, Atlantic Trans- port Line, Ilcd ytar Line. ing lists now open for all sum- mer mailings. For space, rates, sailings, etc., apply to McLEOD. CAV.P.A. 333 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or to any railway or Hteamshlp agent. EMPRESC IQc-lSc iJ FOURTH SERIES The Adventures ofKathlyn" flRoyal Slave See News-Telegram of Satur- day for Complete Story. "We lead; others "THE ROYAL SLAVE" WELL RECEIVED; "KatMyn" ployed to a large and an-! predictive audience at.the Empress last proving that tlie series is becoming more and more popular. j "The Royal Slave" gives her an op- portunity of showing to the very best' advantage, lit this wonderful pro-! duetiou she is seen under the most trying aud humiliating circumstances, and she ucquils herself iu her usual graceful and characteristic manner.. The pictures themselves are fuh'ot beautiful and highly interesting seen- j ery, and the positions In which Kath- lyn fine's herself are extremely, stir- ring and exciting. It'is well wortn any person's time to view these ad- ventures, and those who have not seen tho present reel, should not Tall I to avail .themselves of the last op- portunity tonight. Remember, that "The Adventures of kathlyn" can., ne seen only at the Empress. ,Be sure to got one of the coupons as you en- ter. It may entitle you to a share of the money, Those who not obtained .coupons for the whole series "will bo given an oppor- tunity of getting them later on, i There is a very laughable Pntlio I comedy, aud a highly Interesting Kul- I em drama on tho. samo bill. Majestic Theatre 2 commencing Friday, May 15 liiLNGTOlS Soil now en tale at Medley's Dryg Store. J1.50, Boxes Glllcry BOc. Wilson, long a prominent Montrealcr, died ill ,-lon this morning at 5 o'clock. He came to Canada in 1871 from Glas- gow and accuinalsttil la tlie metal ;