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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY M, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SHERMAN THEATkE THREE NIGHTS, COMMENCING THURSDAY ST. G. R. AND Miss Merle Tyson In Addition to Usual High-class Plioto Play program Hall and Menzies. in their great comedy act The Dude and The Talking Lady" MARKETS WEDNtSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS and closing prices on the grain chugeB todaj 'Were follows July October Hay........... Flax- Mar......... July October November doting Cash Wheat- No J Northern No 1 Winter..... No. 2 Winter No 2 C W....... No .i C W....... No 3 No 4........... No J NTVO...... No 2 C W........ No. 3 C. W. Open 96 36VS' 88K 38% C'ose 97% 88% 138% 141 May Jolj- September December Minneapolis Wheat Open May July September .1 r. 89% _... 88% ChUage Wheat 3714 491, 4811 136.14 133'i 12314 Closa 93K 8954 9914 89 8814' OUR BROOMHALt. CABLE May Wheat was on Junerioan cabled yesterday favorable crop advices to gcther wilh In Buenos Ayrei and European' weather rworll. itlinulated .shorts to cover, whicS -resulted In aii opening advance 'ot'Hd. the open- ing the innrket. Tvas dull, but was supported, with' firmness on 'American. -winter -and .hardening tendencj of offers from ill eiportlns countries Tie spot mar ket was firm, and" there .was. an. Im- proved .demand for cargoes. .At-3.30 pm., 'the .undertone 'was steady'. io Jlrni, Vt to higher. Buenos Ayres wheat closed firm, with shorts cover- Ing on a good export inquiry and Jilgh- foreign" bids JENTS 8vlO 8 loniplele iu 8 oz complete Tent, 10 complete WaH TontJOcM complete 10 complete All TenJLs supplied itb I'ok-, and Pegi Gold Medal Camp Cot QUOTATIONS GIVEN'PN WINDOW AND VERANDAH AWNINGS carry in Wagon'Covers, Tarpaulins, Stockmen's Bed Sheets and Duckbill'8; and IB ounce. t The Alberta Saddlery Co. 306-FIFTH NEWSPAPERS ARE CALLED AlALS OF MAY CALL A Chicago "Mav 20 of ne-u h T 000 switchmen on the question of calling a stuKe against the 18 rail roads switching dis, tricfr-wert counted iodav Phu lirsl tuo roads to he recorded uere almost unanimously in lavor of a strike and shbuld this condition prevail vnth all as )s expected" a powerful weapon will be placed m the hands of A h MLC president of the Sroth erhood of who is empowered under the to conduct further negotiations the cnu, of tne Man agers association before calling oat SEVEN PERSONS' 'RESIDENT RUNAWAY ACCIDENT VICTIM Seven Persons: May bert Welsh was senojish injured here m a runawav accident Macleod.-AHa., May of Crlme'V .was tho name, applied to the newspapers of 'the country by the Rev. A. :D. Richard, pastor of the Methodist church -here, who, 'in the course of an able sermon delivered to his congregation last night, scored the newspapers for their partiality to tbe criminal gossip in pre- ference to Godly subjects, and com- plained of the paucity of church news that appeared in the Press. On sev- eral occasions the Rev. Mr. Richard, ,who is rapidly achieving note for his fearless: of subjects that-meet-with his hi attacked the press, but last night he trained steadily on 'the jour- nalists of-the country, and cat- egorizing tietyBpapern as nothing .more nor Jess" veritable annals o! .that almost everything of .criminal tendency was reported, while news was to a great ex- tent tabooed. In his opinion, it look- ed as newspapers thought thefe WSB -absolutely nothing in good- neeg out. of .which a story could ha for the doings of right- eoiis men "Were seldom seen'in print, whj'e-tbe men who revelled in crime were continualh I ept before the pub- c bv the Instancing'the Thaw case..and that of Beckei- and the New York gunmen he concluded saving, that any or- I MPRESC IQc-lSc ESSANAY PHOTOPLAY Circumstance" OTHER UNEXCELLED PICTURES HEAR THE WONDER Friday and Saturday May Gordon SOPRANO, '11-YEARS -OLD london Mav '0 The Blues jnd Bud's in the hotly contested Ipswich bje election polling for which takes place faaturdai in not a few casts are cnlotoin? pollt atgu mcnts with accompanying whacks Ion the Head or ajpuiVcft in the eye. The Suffragettes 'who 'announced loudly their intention ot taking' a prominent part in thr contest have bepn foa ed to flv for their lives, whenever they have appeared. The campaign, however, though is per- fectly good-humored. Mr. Mastcnnan, the cabinet, minis- ter.' has heen "forsaken by William Pretty, ex. president of the local Lib eral caucus to whom the National In- surance Act, which .Jlasterman an- nounces in liis. address, at-the strong- est is anthacnia. .Mastarman came to Ipswich a com- .plete: stranger, whereas Jack Gan- zoni, the Unionist candidate, has heen stumping the constituency for several years. Liberals seek his demoiislimcnfc on the ground that he is .merely a party- The Unionists re- tort' that Mastejmail is merely a wan- dsriiig Jew, who came to Ipswich be- cause neither-Bethnal Green nor any- where else would receive him.. dinarv foo, ,o and that It was etough to slide a greased pole but it much Haider] to climb up the newspapers spoke onlv of -the slider and left the climber alohe.'l IS! DOES 11 HAVE TO PM FOR THE SHEEP Judgment in the Braoshaw ct al s case was deluejred this morning. Seven dollars! damages ivere awarded the plaintin's for loss, of four, teen bolls, and-seven dollars..to" de-, fendant for .damage for trespass and trouble he was. put -to in removing the sheep from his "land. Ihe upshot was that the plaintiffs case failed thei haung sued for dam agts to the amount of tlSOO for the loss 01 275 sheep caused 05 their be ing dm en off defendants land In delivering judgment his Lord ship staled that Ihe locality into which the sheep were when turned out bv was not such a place as Qe knew or ought to COWBOY DRAGGED BY HORSE Medicine' Hat, May Bliss, a rider; for J. Ti- Bell Sons was aen- ouslv cut yesterday afternoon by he- ing dragged by bis horse alons a barbed.wire.fence at the.'ranch near CarlBtadt FRECKLES Standard 1873 OF CANADA Up ind Rtterve t cv.r 'THROUGHOUT THE DOMINION The Bunineji Man or ManufiCtnrei' who has customers In