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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAT THE I.ETHBnmGR tfMI.Y IltUUl.D PAGE FIVE DESTROYED ZEPP. London, May Zeppelin rllb three gondolas enreloped la beaty (moke was sighted today TorEchelllQg, Holland, a neuter trout nar- llngcn, Hollaed, reporli, tho disappeared 16 zulnulea 4tar, tLe Xappelln vu uo loujrer to be twu. Vlnniptf Prohibit October Wlwal Mlwajolls Ako AeU Wlonlsiei. May At a special mretlD; of the council ol Hie Winnl- tse Grain BKhaDte tils morn- ing a( H o'clock, It was decided to prohibit buyJoi of October wueit I'icepllni (or IliiulJatlon ol exlilme Kratracti until S.30 a.m. Wedtiesdnj- inornlng. and, thai irhlle October wheat ciaj Bold during tils per- iod the selling price mutt not eiceed 12.45 a lujhcl The action Is taken IB of similar acUon with regard to September wheat MlnneaooUt. Cbkuo and Dulutn. Chlcwo, Drastic action to curb aptcuUUon ID (raVn Tai tak- en here loday by the dlrectora ol UK Boird of Trade and the grain coul- houses actlcs IndcpendtntlT- The moat Important action wa broken tiomielfw. Three of the biggest houses announced that until further notice they would accept no Luylag orderB for wheat, corn, oala or provisions. Olhcra promised sim- ilar action. The Chicago board ol trade follow- ed up Its action of Saturday In elim- ination ineculallon In May wheat, by forbidding It In May corn and oats. It also prohibited trading ID July and September wheat until Wcduceuay, pendini a conference- of Brain. es- cuangei called to take place here to- morrow.- Similar arllon >as taken by the exchanges at .Minneapolis. Dulatb. Kansas City and Toledo. Traders ol the bonrd'a ruling, allowed to sell futures and to adjust dialing trades st prices under the mallmiun of for May corn and 7314 for May oats. The mailmum on May wheat was rued at IS.18. result on prices of the virkJUB rulings was to Eend wheat prices down 23 to 2Jc during the forenoon, while corn advanced IS to 11 cents, and oala C cents, i Minneapolis Followi Suit Minneapolis, May H. Directors of the Minneapolis Chamber of Com- merce this afternoon decided lo SUB pend trading In futures until further aollce. trades will be Bellied at prices which obtalued at Saturday's That coal strike ittuatton la rmuldly frowtef inoie baa Im prMied Itself on the local ol sad tbejr sra today wiring the AcUnff Premier ukloe him to Uko (in media lo action. call for a genera ibroughout District No. IS. prc- ciplUtcd thli action by LothbrM buainesa mea. Toe wire sent reacb: Lethbrldge, Alls., Way 14th, 1917 Blr George Foitrr, Acting Prim Travcrs, Mnjr nnby girl Mr. mid-Mrs. GftTlU'e died Frtda iilfht. The baby was apparently right on going to bed, out Uie jtarcn awakened and louiid it T lie doc lor pronounced It some form ot liea trouble. The, funeral was held Bu day afternoon; al L one road Ing a from, the Dlb and offering prayer and sympathy t the parents-, jnterment was made Travers cemetery.. Roy Paulson Is nicking rocfc the; daya, presumably to having mo breaking donV -V i Jerry RJcltetl has letted and ta fen Ing Ihe west halt pr the school EC iloh No. In" which lo have no for hla-horses. TYorX lias commenced-on Mr. ya holm's new which will be commodious home and'- all mode: complete. The Hastings are d Ing Ihe work of. construction. Miss Turner IB back In the slo again after a 'week's Absence from Juries in A horse si was driving became, frightened hand car and she Jumped out of I rig and sustained a Fracture of t' limb. V Todd Hanler, pitcher for Iho ha team, hai arrived and they ere glvli feint, a ,try.-onL Budge GalUger la nearly a eeco: :y Cobb', having run around the ba ilamond In 20 seconds, Jay TUclwIl and Oscar O.son mot hold- tig mcelingB twice a mouth. This or- on lias been a grea.1 factor ]n he buHdlng up of Orion, backing up very proposition that tends lo help lie lown, and being as prompt fn irerenttng anything likely to be hann- ul, TUo ladles' Aid ot Orion, although avlng only oreaijUcd a few weeks, QVC a strong society and have been he means of helping along with the, and of securing the new organ. Meetings arc helQ every two weeks in he dtlTerent. ladles' homes. They have already held two entertainments, both icing extremely satisfactory. The baseball players o[ Orion hflvo slartcd Ihe 1917 ECASOII in a Euircefii- ul way. They have a fine equipment md a large number of brilliant play- ers, and promise to bo a dangerous .cam Tor Ihclr opponents. Their first .wo games, against Many-berries and Pendant d'OreIHe, have bean' easy, ninulne lo Iho tune of to 4 and 16 :o 3, reapcctlvely. As up to now the town has been without a linnk, Uie citizens were pleased to hear that a branch of Iha 5tan'J.ird bank will be installed Jrome- llately, having.temporary quarters In M. RohhTe store, until a building can .e erected. Although having such a fine business csterminaie tbem, s Orion is not wanting In hRVlng already group which Ja .being Ten business inen of the iowc own auto- moljlles, which ire put to lull UEB In furthering their Ifne of trade. Two restaurants, both two slorey slruc (urea, a blacksmith shop, a laundry two rooming houses, etc., ere other buildings not to be forgotten. Orion also has two pool halls and a fine dunce hall with .a hardwood floor (or the amusement of Lhc people. There Is no reason why Orion ghouli: not become one ot tho finest, towns alone the new line, as la (he hope of every one ol Its Everyone IB welcome at the bi( Stampede on July 4th. s all the skins which, were dressed and made up into his charming costume. Splendid com edits vill bo shown In addition lo Luc ealure, Mary PlcHford's appearance Is al a-ays one of cliarm. No mailer whc- .her Elio Is in race, the a lit kloiona. o BuUerHy. the riot or colors of far away India, the worn out home gar nenla ot Tcss and Iho Foundling o [he clattering wooden, shoes of Hulda ;herc Is always tho same charm, the Eamo sweetness and ihe .hai makes her so appealing to evcry- ie In har ArtcratL picture, "The Pride of the to be seen at Slar- land Wednesday and Thursday, she portrays Ihe Scotch Lassie and when clad In kllte and with her golden halr tltrowu about her gracefully 'poised head abe la more beautiful than ever. AT THE MAJESTIC lLoveri of tho Jlghler vtln ol en- lertalnmcnl are to be treated lo somc- thing worth 'while el Majestic on Friday- and Saturday next, May iSih and ISIli. when the Kclley-Layno Hippodrome Vanuevllle llond Show will pay a vlalt. The Western ;Canadlan press arc speaking very flatlcringly ol the abili- ties of this organization, for they ure- sent an ottering.-tar removed from ordinary theatrical attraction- Mr. Alt. T. Laync, the star of tho combination is a character Imperson- ator of repute and among hla numer- ous characterisations presents 1m person a I ion 9 ot King George, Gen- eral JoHre, General Halg, Teddy Roosevelt, President Wilson and olher great men ot Ihe period. Lor kallV, supported by'his will offer two tabloid conieQlea. "His Xtfht and "The Lawyer and Iha Judie." Miss Belly Harrows and Miss Daisy D'Avra will be seen In and In llghler ,-ii-i wltli Ihe various other fea- lires offered by the company, nn ex cellent olferlng li isaurcd for Friday hnd Saturday nights. A gpeclnl mat- nee for children will ie given Selurday afternoon at 2.30. All seats will be on sale at Ihe Aatlnibola Mi am An Wednesday morning. hellei held In some (jnarlen that ycaterdav was tho Decoration Day was commemorated lu Canada Is crroucaus, no the Herald was Informed this morning by a Hie I Rebellion veteran. Decoration 'been obterred for years on Day the Sunday closest to tho 12th of May. It waa on Mny 12th, 18S5, thtt the Canadians the back of (he half- breed rebellion nt Daloche. Since that lime, especially In Winnipeg, Decoration Day hnt been ousorved, and Rio! Retell] oil veterans always mnlic a bis eCCort lo reach Winnipeg for (he cclcbratton. HE SLEPT TWO YEARS. hcccnlly K young French soldier who was wounded at Ihe beginning ol ihs Tpar.--ots a nap ef crer twc During Iho wbole ot thai perl od food was admlntatercd Htid today ho just as strong In body Mid mind aa he was before bits val GOES HARD WITH THOAE WHO RESIST THE KAISER, London, May Ber- lin politic arc reported by an Amsterdam dispatch lo have discovered Iho printers of Ihe pamphlet which was pub- lished at the lime of the strike ot the German workmen In April. A member of Ihe com- mlltee of Iho Arbrlle Oemcln- Bcbaft has been a ires ltd. The correspondent reports lhat n. Bcnsattonal trial on the charge of high Ireason Is expected. AT THE EMPRESS Theda Bara, worah.pred by Lhe oTlng' picture patron from coast to coast, gives extraordinary vtnl to her unapproachable genius In the Seville .obacco factory scenes In William Fox's aslounfllngly elaborate and j jrful preaerjtallori o[ t tb< Ehnprcas tonight. The episodes, atajed bj Raoul A. Walsh, afford unusual opportunity for the display o: Mlas Bara's coQEUUnnale art, In the great bnllcHng outairte thi HE neer the Guadalqulver bevies- of girls roll the paper cylin dcra.l They chatf and chatter aa the An gu uul [or dlnoc' young men pay gay complimenls. Car is altracted by Joa n, a. young, handsome homesick EoldEer from EMzondo, em- ploying himself In making a chain oC brass wire to sustain his nrimlng- needle. The atrtnEo and savage gypsy has htm under her MAJESTIC Next, Frirtay-Safday May 18th and THE KELLEY.LAYNE HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE ROAD SHOW SIX REAL ACTS SIX Night 2ic 35c 60o Matinee Saturday al Adulis 2Sj Children 10c at AsElrlboia Musle store 1 Wednesday. MADE IN CANADA CHEWING.GUM WITH-THE FRUITy. PAULINE FREDERICK, Oneoftibereal stars 'of the Photo Drama, Adams California Fruit Gum is a real treat is "so different" does not begin to describe its flavor. CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO. LIMITED THE.FIRST FLOUR Tho EJmnltisi rind probably mosl an- cient method of preparing grain for food ]tra9 by pounding It between two PMPRESQ TONIGHT W The Onfy and Original CARMEN e FIVE WONDERFUL ACTS E 'FEATURING T'lIEDA ttARA ailelllte of So TBT hbovo all other acrccn productions lhal Ihefo U nolliinE comrnre with It. i "CARMEN" SENSATION OF FILM WORLD Its Fam4 Qreitnesa, Immutable Realism Runs Sehsatlont In Primitive and Picturesque Old Spain Before Your Astonished Eyes. Innes. The Israelites 1u Ihe desert ImnJmllla amcni Uxlr domeaUo Qtew appear to Ime possessed mortars anil stla. SPECIAL' ATTRACTION ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRE1INT MARY PICKFORD IN HER LATEST AND MOST LOVABLE CHARACTERIZATION 'THE PRIDE OF THE 7 A STORY OF THE WEST COAST OF SCOTLAND ADMISSION: ADULTS 25 CHILDREN li "UNFfttENDLY FRIEND THE ELEPHANT" "MIS TONI8HT. AND .TOMORROW JESSE L. 1.ASKY PresD FANNIE WARD IN "BKTTY TO TUB 5-Recls' A Thrllllnj pjriniMint A (hi California Minn. TODAY HARRIS ANO.PROY'fi MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY PRESENTING "Grape Nut Isle" A SCREAMIftO ORIENTAL FANTASY OF A RED FEATHER BEATIJnE "THE WAR OF THE AHO HELEN HOLMES IN "A LASS OF THE Matinee Dally: Children t Evening 2fci ;