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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY THE LETHBRID.CE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MARKETS FRIDAY'S 'GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. cloning on tlio.local -grain exchange today, follows: .May i. July October.. May V. 'jii'iy Flax- May July October.. November Open 95% MM. 88 138 140% 139 CloBQ 140 138 Closing Pricet No. 9't% No. 2 Northern .1 Ko. 1 Tied 3 Red Winter 92% No. 2 C. W..............; 38'lf Ko. 3 C. W.- 3TA Ko. 3 Feed......'......... 36% NO..s No. -1 Feed Mo. 1 N; 130 No; 2 C. TV. 533 No.: Minneapolis Wheat Open May 92VS Jury September 8Ste December SSifc -May July Chicago Wheat ss j i% OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, Jlay opened :6tcady, W to lower, and imme- diately advanced to Vid. oil short covering. Manitoba and American winter were tinner, the'-Continent bidding freely, -despite 'the -fact that world's ship- ments are.expected to be larger, and of it is directed toward, the con- tinent, and millers were, buying. Speculative support is evident on the weak spots....... At 1.30 p.m. the undertone 'was Steady, lower. Spot wheat' .irregular, M: 'lower to Msd, higher. London, SFay case from Van- couver of considerable importance to Canadian cltios generally was-argued the'Privy Council today. The British'Columbia Electric Railway is resisting the Railway Commission's 1 order, directing them to pay part of the cost of bridges, over the streets in 'Vancouver, and dispute the Commis- sion's power directing the company to. niake Bitch payment. In the course of the argument, Sir Reliable Oil Stocks Gage Shannon is in Calgary investigating every company whose stock we offer for sale and we will sell always at the stock is sold at the head office of each company in Calgary. We have great faith in the personnel of Commercial Oil Gas Co. who have 5200 acres right in the heart of and near Dingman, Mowbray Berkeley, Dome Phillips, Elliott Groups. Stock advanced to 50c a share this morning. WE OFFER Alberta Pacific at 25c a share Marine Oil Products 50c a share Federal at 1.25, a limited number Iowa-Alberta Land Co. UPSTAIRS SHEPHARD BLOCK Tonight-Complete Change-Tonight Duffield; In galls Soft Shoe Dancing: Hard Latest Song Hits Next Week Fontaine and Edna JfiSSJ Acrobats ANOTHER REFUSED TODAY ON GROUND THAT NO LEGAL POINT WAS RAISED London, May tin? Privy Coun- cil., today dismissed with costs the Quebec appeal- of -Dini vs.; Brunette claim for subsidies in con slnic lion of a railway: to the Brunette Quarries. Gcoili'ey Lawrence asked for special leave to appeal on behaH> of the Grand Trunk railway versus Freder- ick Belt, of Burlington, Ont. Bell re- ceived in.iur.ics and had "his horses de- stroyed at a level crossing. Hell ob- tained a vfjullct against the cpmpany iuithe high court which was reversed by 111 e Ontario appeal court, this judgment being reversed by the- Do- minion Supreme Court. Geoffrey Lawrence urged that the case! involved important points con- cerning railway administration in Canada. Lord case is not; the kind we propose reviewing in liiis count. They may he very important points and some day you may have Robert Flnlay argued that the city ar .Dllcation to the Railway Commission made in order to protect citizens from personal Injury. Lord Jloulton demurred, expressing H'case on-which you can raise ibem.1' (he opinion that the application to the LDavc fo appeal was refused-. Commission was not based upon the view of possible danger to the public, hut rather on tine desirability in- stituting city Improvements. "Yon cannot.surely say that 'whenever a. railway crosses the city it is to do it on added Lord Moirttou. "They go straight across the biggest towns. Look' at Chicago, .for in- Etance." Tihelr Judgment lordships reserved Stomach Troubles Due to Acidity SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. So-called stomach troubles, such as indigestion, wind, stomach-ache and Inability to retain food, are in prob- ably nine cases out of tea simply evi- dence that -fermentation is taking place in the food contents of tbe causing the formation of gas aud acida. .Wind distends the, stom- and'causes that full, oppressive feeling sometimes known ns tieart-: burn, while the acid, irritates and in- flames the delicate lining of the stom- ach. The {rouble lies entirely in the fermenting food, Such fermentation ia unnatural, and acid, 'formation is only unnatural, 'but may involve most consequences if not cor- .rectcd; To stop or prevent fermenta- tion of the: food contents oHhe stom- ach and to neutralize the acid, and render It bland and .harmless. V ten- npoonful of: blsuratpd masneslii, 'prob- ably the boat and most effective cor- rector of acid stomach known, should be taken in a quarter of-a glass of hot 01- cold water immediately after eat- ing, or whenever wind or-acidity is SUFFS. FRUSTRATED IN ATTEMPT AT ARSON Leicsster, England, May at- tempt early today by militant suffra- gettes to bnr.n Stniighton Hail, a pic- turesque mansion here, was frustrat- ed by the watchfulness of a passing gamekeeper. He noticed a column of smoke rising from the house, and awakened tlie caretakers who extin- the flames. 'A. quantity of kerosene and inflammables was found [and (here 'was suffrage literature scat- Ucred all about the grounds. OFFICIAL RECEIVER DEAD Toronto, May Kap- j pell, the official receiver, (Hull at the We'ilesley Hospital, morning, af- ter a long illness. PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS IN ONTARIO JUNE 307 Toronto, Ont., May 22. Pros- ent indications point strongly to June 30 being tlie date Cor the next provincial elections; T.I) ere is 'every reason to be- lieve that the Cabinet at a.' -'f council meeting on Thursday decided definitely on the ,day for the contest, and .there good ground for; the belief thatr the last day ot June was cbos- eu as the most favorable time. Dion Faces a Murder Charge in Dubois Case Montreal, May coron- er's jury today tleclared Joseph .Dion criminally responsible for the death of Marie Dnbois, the girl who was murdered in her mother's boot store on 'St. Valler street on Sunday morn- ing, May JO. Tbe .verdict brought to a conclusion the inquest which has been going.on since the day after the, murder. Dion, who maintained n. phlegmatic air, was removed to jail through an enormous crowd. Tine evidence that led to the verdict was "that Dr. Drome, export anal- ayst of Montreal morgue, who swore that the chemical test had proved the existence of over a hundred biooit stains on the overcoat that the pris- oner wore on the morning of the trag- edy. CRAVENHURST MURDERER HASN'T BEEN ARRESTED Gravenhnrst, Ont., Hay liam Hntten, the farmer outlaw, who yesterday committed a triple murder, through the afterwards taking to the' bnsh, is stiii DEN! TALKS OIL conced- ing that a genuine oil strike has been made fit Calgary, J. s. Dennis, as- sistant president of the Canadian Pac- ific, said he boned the people 'would not lose their heads and indulge iii the usual oH land booming. There were two thousand feet of oil in the ten- innh hole at the last measure, of high grade. The C.P.R., will benefit not only from traffic, but from the royal- ties from many thousand acres of oil land they own. The railway always sold land sub- ject to reservation, regarding coal, gas and oil rights, said Mr. Dennis. A large amount ot work is still to be done before the oil field will be re- ne a complete success. Mr. Dennis says the. development work is being carried on extensively, fifteea drilling rigs being at 'work on the area extending one hundred miles north and and expert reports justify the, expectation that a commer- cial field will be developed. DEFRAUDED STOCKHOLDERS CAN'T HAVE NEW TRIAL Philadeiyh promoters n. Pa., May tlie International Lum- ber ft Development Co., convicted on a charge of conspiring to. defraud, through the mails, were today refus- ed a new trial by the United States Court of Appeals. The postal .auth- orities refer to the case as the "Six million dollar swindle." men were charged with con- piracy to cheat and defraud stock- holders of the company by sending at large. in. Campeyche, Mexico. mails, false statements San PaDo plantation C. N. R. LEGISLATION SHELVED TILL TUESDAY L'anaiium, Hon. Robt.1 Rogers Introduced an shelved l" amend the 1010 Dry-dock'Sub- sidy Act. -lie explained that, the hill Wiu, the view oi Uie construction of a itry Oltawa, May 23. The Canadian Northern legislation has bcei until Tuesday next, anil i val the House will 'endeavor to clean from the order paper a number of dock of'thc first class of a length of items of minor ilnpoiiance anil to take up the of tbe dcpart- mcnls of militia, railways and can- als, naval service, .post; office and public works. There will lie many, members absent, from the House over the week-end mill it was not thought advisable to creased to tlir. size of the docks the. government was building at Quebec and Victoria, c.r feet. Sir. Rog- ers said that be expected further rep- resentations in to the St. Jolin dock, hut until these had been 1100 feel at Vancouver, 13. C., by I made and considered, ho., thought it the annual subsidy from I well tn make no further changes in three am'l a hall, to four per cent, on J the act than lie was now making by the cost of construction. Money had'. this hill.______________________ advanced ill cost and no company could be toiind to undertaUe the. con- struction of dock ona three- aud .1 half'per cent, subsidy, lion. Wm. IMigsiey nuked if this rate of subsidy liitiuuc tho 'Canadian .Northern pro- would 'aprly to docks on wliich rii" ,folt. This stops tho ferhicntatlon. anil neutralizes In a few mo- :iuonts. Kormen'tation, wind and acid-. Ity aro dangerous nnd'. linncccseary. Slop or prevoht them by the use of a antacid; such as wxiiraled magnesia, which obtained from any 'druggist and thus enable the mcn stomach to do Its work properly "witb- ,and dangerous P. P. cut belnu liliidered'by poisonous gas posals-dchate with'out been altciitly let, ship. jwhich construction had not hern ronir 'incnced. Mr. nbgers'said ariil [Ull member-1 tracts Heforc the onUirs of the day wercjlalrr presented, a statement wherebj' lolled this morning Sir Wilfrid re- the -net ot '1010 .would apply to docks fcrrctl to n notice'oi. considerable., im- refcrring to llic cstablisb- a naval ..reserve, lie asked that the liiiil- on the table of llic House and Jlr.'Itor- ilcnsaid tiiiit Ibere was-111.1 objection. in the stulnjinonUoncd Mr. Pugs- Icj-rMr. I'ugslcy'diil not see thai; this should ho conliricd to Vancou- ver. Kt. Jolm dry dock contracted for a length of i'OO feet I and wanteil it in- When through old age the bodily functions heroines Na-Dru-Co Laxatives give gentle, timely and effective aid, 'without or distress. a your Bruggist's. m SECOND TIME BISHOP OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH EVER VISITED THERE Cordston, Alia., May remark was dropped the other day by an old- timer in Cardston that Is worth re- cording in these columns. J-Ie lias been in Cardston'for twenty-five years and 6aid that bbere had been, more im- provements effected on gardens and law'us this spring than in. any. live years of Cardatoii's. history. Trees have been planted in great numbers, lawns have been levelled and, new fences have been 'built, paint has been used in fair quantities, and the Temple City is showng the result of tliis care on the part of tbe property 1 owners. If the town fnances would [only permt of some mprorement on the streets, Caruston need not take second place'to any of the southern towns in the matter of beauty. Tlie storage shed at Cardston Creamery is now enclosed and a car- load of salt ilias been unloaded into it. Mclutosh reports that the first shipment of butter to (he dairy branch of the department of Agricul- ture was mado on Tuesday, .when some 1300 pounds went out. Cream is cominjrMn in great tjuaiititics, and 31 r. HdntoSih expects soon-to'have to increase his staff. Orders .for Carcl- siou butter far exceed the supply, ev- en at this season, when'so much is being made in the different creamer- of tlie province. Bishop the recently-ordain- ed Bishop of paid his first visit to the south ou he motored, to Harrisville district from Stand Off, and administered the sac- raiiient of confirmation to both child- ren and adirlts among the Slav popula- tion of that place. Only once before hag a bishop' of the Roman Catholic Church visited this country, a.nd an address of welcome was read to his lordship by 'Mr. Joachim Renaud, teacher of Harrisviilc school. A good shower of rain on, Tuesday night and Wednesday morning thor- oughly soaked the soil in Cardston dis- trict, aud assured a crop aa far as drought is concerned for the whole south. Grain was- not suffering, but it was admitted by farmers (hat rain would do a great deal of good. Fod- der and all hay and grass crops will greatly benefit. Low Bros, 'have bar- ley up over three inches, and every- where about fall wheat is covering the ground. The year promises well for i Cardston. i A very interesting special baptismal service was held !u the Presbyterian church lasi Sunday' by Rev. D. E.'. Cameron, M.A., when six children: j were presented for the sflcramciit. I These were from the homes of R. Low, E. B. Good, Harry and W. JIcD. Tait. hi the afternoon eigh- teen members of the congregation ac- companied. Rev. Mr. Cameron tc his appointment at Raley. Cardstou's grazing troubles are over for another For some time there 'was some difficulty In settling as to who FiliouM have charge of tbe town lierd, but this was finally settled last week, when K. Bates received the ap- pointment. The herd will this year be confined to the portion of the' reserve east of the railroad, and it will be one of the duties of tlie herder to keep the portion of the reserve west of the railway clear of cattle. The depart- ment SRBUI to be getting more string- ent In their regulations regarding their grazing lands. V. Christie has beeu out as in- spector for more than a week, and re- ports conditions considerably better than this tlnie last year. It was hop- ed'that tho territory of the Inspectors would be cut down some this seasou, but instead oE that .Mr. Christie's field is larger. tfo has Glenwood this year, in addition to his last year's territory. the Intention of tho department LO strictly enforce all rules regarding the destruction of weeds, ns it is he- Hcvmi this Is Hie only solution of the weed pest in the south. "The reclamation service at Mout, is still running three reported one of tho men 'who had just come Into town from tlio works; Tu explanation he continued: "One go- lug. out, one and the other going in." It was aii iint way of toll- ing'that. all. was not Just right government's'camps on the "oig Irriga- tion scheme. Several small contract- orH .have gone hi from the Canadian aldo of the 15-10 Sherman Theatre 15-10 _ c Daily St. G. and R. .World's and Miss Merle Tyson Saturday Special A MENAGERIE CARVED 3THOJI SOOflf, BLOCKS OP, ICE The Most 5Tovel and Cle ver Act in VaudevIHa REALLY CLEVER PERFORMANCE The vaudeville offering for the week-end at the Sherman Theatre is the most novel and clever act seen here for some time. St. G. R., in bis clay modelling is an artist, and moulds faces of-various celebrities in mud that are masterpieces of clever sculpture. Miss Merle Tyson -is- the possessor of a .very sweet voice, which is faeard to .perfection in the. various numbers rendered, her. and: Dutch especially appreciated. Tbe picture -programme' is :oC tlie usual higli standard, andi natrons ary surely getting the best entertainment in tlie city. On Saturday tho most distinct nov- elty ever seen here Will be the sculn- torini; of various animals from blocks of ice. This'is to -be'done at the first performance only ou Saturdaj', and should be seen uy everyone. COMEDY NIGHT "r AT EMPRESS THEATRE This is tho big Idugb night at the Empress Theatre. Everyone, should see "The Drama in Edi- son's two-reel comedy feature. A combination of melodrama and bnr- lesciue that has ho eu_ua1i. Hod Mul- lens, amateur, actor of Heyville, sees a stirring inelodrama ''The Human in lihe big city. The Heyvills players put it on, with variations. Both, the original play and the ama- teur production, are" shown in CuIV and make this film a unique feature, Auothpr excellent comedy is shown by the Essanay people in "Dollars, Pounds and Sense." Tho picture bill concludes with a drama entitled "The Treachery of a Scar.'" In' addition' to this splendid list, Miss May Gordon, the eleven-year-old wonder to vocal; ists, wiirmake her first appearance in Canada. AT STARLAND Duffield Ingnlls.'.'who are making such a big hit' with be seen in a.complete at Starland'tonight. Soft anil'hard' MPRESQ IQc-lSc Big Comedy Night TWO REEL FEATURE The Drdma in Hayville Dollars, Pounds and Cents AND OTHERS THE CHILD WONDER May Gordon SOPRANO shoe dancing Is part of the feature'. oE'this'act, which is claimed to-De the best vaudeville .act ever presented la LoLlibndge. In this big' act, there will be offered four thous- and feet.of .the 1jeat photo-play.? .poi-; siblo to secure in .the' moving ture world today. When Run Down in physical condition it is usually because the action of the organs of digestion has become irregular or defective. Then there is need for a safe and speedy medicine to relieve the ills whiclroccasionally depress even the brightest arid strongest. The one remedy you may take and feel sale with is BEECHAM'S PILLS (Tli. UriCTt 3J. rf A.r MWt.i.1 h it. WotM) The first dose gives.speedy reiiei in sick-headache, bilious- ness, constipation, lack of appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia, and lasting improvement follows the timely use of this fa- vorite and reliable homeremedy. You will become healthier and stronger, and more cheerful if you let Beecham'i Pills Worth a Guinea a Box ;