Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THimSDAY; MAY H IMI THE DAILY, HERALD Gfi THKEfe MARKETS MARKETS Winnipeg, MM, May cables were dluppolntins, la face of the higher marketi on till" Bide, ctiwiBK tile Winnipeg market to open easier, Vi. to higher Trading quiet easier priors, and buying HM tcttured. About noon iSortr, covered prices agai.i The reports today re the Henlin fly are conflicting U W Snoir roportn hating examined twenty floldn la that region, (mil found trace of tiy in only tno S S Wilhuu itaUi fly In all the twenty fields he examined. From Europe dispatches state dial the condition of wheat in, France has deteriorated, and thera noclnn acre! decreaie. Oats have llso been impaired. On the other hand Utis- siaji reports are faioiable It is an tlclpated that seeding in the nortb- iWeBte'rn states will be completed this week Winnipeg wheat futuios closed H to fa cent higher Minneapolis opened unchanged for all and closed unchanged to advance Chicago opened 'i to li 1oaei, and closed U to higher, European markets were all higher, eicept Pans, Vi to lov, er. Berlin closed Peath t% and Antwerp algher cash wheat closed .higher for cash clos- ed to advance, cash hniley clbsed again higher, being for. all arades cash flax closed "3 higher ror an grades .through the clearing- were: Wheat, bushels: otti, hushcls; busheia. and barley, Inspections 277 cars on "Ned last vear 523 in Eight, 210 Opening and i losing prices on the local grain exchange today were, as follows: Open Close Maj Julv ii% October S7% July 38% Barley May July V. ,May 136 Juis October m Km ember Clolinij' Cash Prices Wheat- No 1 Northern N'o Shorthorn Iso 1 Hed Winter No. 2 Red Winter No. 2 C. IV. C. W. No. 3 No. 4 ,r. flax- No. 1 W, C..... i.. No. 2 C. W. No 0 W Minneapolis Wheat Open May Y. 30% My September 87% Chicago Wheat Jlay 5-Bs September '...'..'....'I 85U 38% 48% 50 12 14% 92% 3SV6 36% 336% 12JM. Close' 9L 87% 87% 35% WINNIPEG MVESfOCK MARKET Jtay. de-' mind at the livestock .virus. oh Wed- nesday for all classes bl'-'butclier cat- tle was steady, and -prices unchanged. Top price quoted for choice steers was J7.50; a. 'few special lots, how- ever, made The hog market was again lower, quotations now being; ten cents per hundred pounds less than on Tues- day. Prices' of choice !ots are. now 17.40' fed oif cars. From the Union stockyards on Wed- nesday threi cars of cattle wore shipped; to St. Paul, aiid seven 'cars of hogs were shipped to eastern mar- kets.'.... White Star DOMINION LINE Summer, Schedule 'From .Montreal From Liverpool Sat. Liurontio Sat May 9 30 Teutonic Sat Jfay 16 Sit. June'O 'Sat Jlay 28 Sat. June 13 Cansda Sat. Jlay 30 'And weekly 'thereafter Book early anil sciiure. choice of accarimin'cffitipiis Secure .prepaid ttdkets for 'your .coming from Bur. ope. We 'have exceptional, la- cJlitlm for care of this class of Ask about, our 4 weeks' trip to Europe for WEEKLY SAILINGS -NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA 'By tile Foiiowing American Line (one cinss r.fibin steamers >Vhlto Star Line. tiid tone, Atlantic .Trans- port ttne. Kea Star Une.' Berth- Ing lliti now open far'Bll'jnini- mw Mlllnm. For space, etc., apply to W. M. McLBOO, C.W.p.A. 311 Or lo aw jmllway or. The Best in Photo Play Sherman Theatre To-night Only All Delight to Watch Prices lOc and 15c COMING: MONO AY-- Famous Player Series A Daughter of the Hills A Beautiful Story of Ancient Rome Mi HV UDE FOR BIY DON'T GO TO THE TROUBLE OF MIXING YOUR OWN PAINT HJY CANADA PAINT. It saveS you all the preliminary fuss and bother, and guarantees you a good job and the thorough protection of your property against the wear and tear of the weather. i There is-no mystery about the quaHty of Canada Paint. The satisfaction it cs the user is simply the re mt of good materials together scientifically by the aid of special machinery, under the supervision of men who have a. lifetime in making Onlythe best materials are which have been tested fa purm, pure lead, pure zinc, pure linseed pure coloring pigmentr Year of paint experience, innumerable tests and experiments Imp Uucr- the paiPt makers Ihe Canada Ppmt Co all about the best ma.. ilit riRht proportions of the varbus ingredients and the correct mcthoofi of thorough mixing and gnndin? Ask us for color cards i Announcement in ilic Herald yeslcr- that the council was considering a proposal to-occupy a new building to be built on Sixth street as the '.ity ofliccs, started souiDUiiitg. Before Mayor Uardic had left his house tlnij inoinnig, a telephone call requested him .'to consider a proposi- tion from estate, and at iliis morning's meet ing of the council, J. Higinbotham inquired as to the possibility of tendering an offer on the post oiELe block, which will jshorflv he vacated, i 'the council has made no deflnilc de- on the matter and is open to receive proposals from any and all block owners in the city. The com- missioners, feel that they would like to have all the offices combined on j one floor tt iJ> almost; essential that] 1 the assessment- and treasurer's de- partment he ]c aieri on the ground floor, as the people will not climh smeral flights ol btairs to pay their taxes. The -rent must not exceed I 300 a icar, and there must, he provi- 1 sion for taulli; space thai is conveni- ent, to- all departments. TMPRESQ IQc-lSc J TODAY AND TOMORROW MASTER PHOTOPLAY In Three Parts "Wrecked in Mid-Air" Klcinc Eclipse Feature; a realistic and gripping story of a daring fight between an Aeroplane and an Auto. ESSANAY WESTERN' COMEDY A Successful Failure "We lead; others follow." C. W. GRAY .HARDWARE :ASO: PAINTS, ETC. Phone 761 310 Fifth St. South, Lethbridge CANADA PAINT .TRADE MARK MR. C. LESLIE.WILSON .Newly elected president of. the Can1 adian Club of Toronto. MEET IN SEftlllE 1915 51 av' se- lected Seattle as their mooting place for next, year, and with the election of officers and business connected tiic 19H Ihe Nobles of'the] Jiystic Shrincrs; xvho a.ri: here attending: the', ann-.ia! :ncct- ihe ot the Imperial. Council, devoted today to sight-seeing. Tomorrow the vlsttoro.-.wlH so .by special1 trains lo whqre they will 'be taken over the. Orand Prix antoniobilti1 racecourse, and.later to Tybee island. v The cbiiclavo will officially ciid on Friday iilgiit. V COAL CREEK TEAM WON Ferule; 'jUy football match held-at MJehol on Saturday' he- Coal Greek and .Michel resuii etl In 2 to nil In (favor or Conl Creek. A return will he played at B'crnlc on tue liitu, .UNIONIST WINS OKI MSB Y IJ.ontton, 0. Tickler, unionist, was eiecieri in Great ;GTiiii5- hjr bv a majority of 278 over tciv'tlboral. The majority was re- duced 120, although the poll was fiflO larger. ARE ALL'LARGE, NEW, FAST. SERVICE ABSOLUTELY HIGH GRADE. RATES THE VERY LOWEST OBTAINABLE. Sailings from Montreal And' Glasgow every Saturday. Tickets lor your friends in -Europe can-he purchased from any, Railway or Steamship'. Agent. The Ideal. Way to the Continent. H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent .349 Main St., Winnipeg. PORUAR SHERMAN OFFERS FEATURE FILMS In an untiring effort to cater to the public tastfv tl'ib home of the best in photo-play has arranged to show all features. 'Tonight the-programme is exceptionally versatile and is cousid: eretl one of ever shown liere. On Monday; 'a'nother of the Fa'mous series shown: "A Daughter of. the with Laura. SavVyer and a strong cast. In direct- ing this Froli- maii desired to, excel any previous attempts made in stage settings, cos- tumes and characters who would faithfully portray the various uartfi. The result is that in "A Daughter of the the uniblic -are feasted with a perfection in motion photog1 rapby that will be remembered for all time. Bear in mind the date: next Monday and Tuesdny, and make your arrangements to spend an hour at this, the house of original ideas. -''ANDANIAf "A'LAUNIA" "ASCANIA" "AUSONIA" L -J ai only curried. 1 Tho Onn-CUiM J Vrrnniiii'h iAVinftf. UvmnNninm, Smnklnc Room, 3 UniviiiK Konm, Dlntnic J.lbrnr.y Sorvlros inrw. t Nrw VnrJe', AQU1TANIA LUSITANIA MAURITANIA For.' Information apjity -to uny Ritlhvnr rtr Acent, or C..., 304 MAIN ST., -.VI.NSir.Kfi. I 3. B. MIUMMi Locil Aatnt. MARGARET ILtlNGTON IN "WITHIN THE LAW" i On'e or the' most popular of present day actresses In an adequate rote in 6M of the most notable plays of re- cent years, is the inviting' combina- tion .that will provide a genuine, treat for .local theatre-goers at the .Majes- tic, on Friday: end Saturday nest. When the American Play Co. will pre- sent Margaret Illington, supported by arfiae cast, in Bkyard Veiiier's, in- tensely exciting new human interest drama, "Withnr'iiie" tlie" r.eign- ing theatrical sensation of New York, London and Melbourne. iii each of 'which cities this remark- able stage narrative has been delight: ing large audiences for many months because or its almost .irresistible ap- peal. 'Particularly notable for its moral standard, as compared with other crime plays of recent years, is "With- in the Law." It does not parade wrony as something wonderfully doesn't advise its audience to gel out and steal because the police arc Jislcon, or suggest that safe-open- ins Is a- -worthy occupation that might save lives. "Within, the Law" points, with grim humor, to the technical phases of the statute hooks i that hamper and allow moral evasions of statutory codes that are not legal offences. .Bayard the author of this Unusually interesting play, has con- structed a. drama of'interest and elev- eriiesifMhat for months, has held New York audiences firmly and persistent.-. !jj companies in England' and Australia have, continually, accent- popularity, ant! all., because the greatest play of the year, and presents the. truth of an undesirable plmse of our legal code In a pleasant, sincere and often humorous manner. As Mary Turner In "-Within the Miss llltngtori is said to ever, surpass her vivid, emotional acting in VKindllng" nnd "The Thief." The sniJporuii'K' incHiueV Howard Gould, Neil Moraii, Robert Klliott, Fi'iinlc- M.' Camp, Davis, Josetili' Keoiiiin, Sonla' JHSpev Agnes'.'Barrington and otliors. production la ilescribed unusually elaborate-. Sftatft now on sale al FranK drug Federals Repulsed Them i On board lr- S. SS., California, Ma- May" 12', via wireless to San has been uelievcd of menace from the Zapatistas for the present at least. The Federal gar- rison-has repulsed -the attacking par- ty after a .sharp battle in the coim- Irv twenty li'iiles back from the city. The cxicnt of the casualties has not been learned. At 60 Years Of Age THE KIDNEYS NEED HELP Gin Pills give tfiem Ihe strength of joutti, (p Broad Strtet House, London. -I nought "some of your GIN PILLS Victoria, B.C. last September. I made inquiries in Nexv York on my arrival there -but ires- unable to obtain any information about them. 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SARin ILLINGTON IN A SCENE FROM "WITHIN THE LAW" AT THE MAJESTIC FRIDAY ANB SATURDAY, MAY 15 AND 16.