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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY S3, 1914 THE DAILY PAGE THREE 'WKONTO'H DEMONSTRATION AGAINST HOME BULK- MPRES Big Comedy Night TWO REEL FEATURE The Drama in Hayville 1 Dollars, Pounds and Cents AND OTHERS THF. CHILD WONDER May Gordon Twelve thousand citizens "Tory Toronto" gathered in Queen's Park on afternoon ind much, enthusiasm passed a i evolution to he cabled'to Premier Astjuith, condemning the Home Rule-Bill, and supporting Sn Larson and 1 or Lister in saw flt to prevent t'he bill being carried into operation. The above is o. section of the MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May, anil closing prices today were 'Wheats Open Close May 35J 35j- July........................... 953 Oct............................ 87} 87; Oats- May 38'} Uillj- 38; 38} Way 'inj July 501 Flax- Ulay 1.37 'July 1.30 4.41 CASH PRICES' Ko. 1 N'or................... No.' 2 Nor: Winter JIs'o. 1 Red-........'.'......... .No. 3 Red Oats- SNo. 2 C. W................. Iso. 3' C. W................. J 3 -1 1 W. C........... No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C.: W. Wheat-r May 'July Sept.., May 'July Sept. 'Dec. CHICAGO. MINNEAPOLIS ilnj 38J- 37'. 1.37 J.3-1 1.2-1 .971 874, SOS 92 J 881 884 and receipts someivhat lighter! Choice were fiuoted on Friday at ?7.00 fed and watered, and S7.25 off cars. Five cars' were shipped east from the Union yards. .Ruling as' follows 'butcher steers. 7.50 to 7.75; fair to good butcher steers, 6.10. to 6.80; choice butcher .heifers, C.50 to 7.00; fair to good butcher heif- ers, 5.50 to G.OO; choice butcher cows, 5.00 to cows and heifers, 4.S5 to 5.30; common- cows, 2.85 to -1.55; -best bulls, 5.25: to .6.00; common bulls, 3.60 best to G.05; best stoekers, 5.10 to- 5.55; best milkers and springers, 55.00 to 75.00; common to jnedium'milkers and springers, -10.00 to 50.00. good calves, 5.50 to G.OO: choice calvcB, 8.00 to 8.50. lambs, 7.00 to to. 5.50, to .7.25; rough and 'heavies, .GO: to stags, BIRKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Devan- tey Co. report no Change in trade at the Birkenhead lalrage, and last week's' quotations still rule, as fol- lows: -13 to cents per pound for good quality Irish steers and heifers. Beautiful Hair-A Clean. Cool Scalp ;UBB Parisian Sage." It Makes thft Hair Soft, and .Invigorates the Scalp, If your hair is anything short of per- Feet; If it is losing color, too dry, brittle, thin, or if the scalp burns and Itches, immediately begin the use of Parisian .Sage. The- first- application removes dandruff, cools and invigor- ates the scalp, 'and beautifies the hair until it is gloriously radiant. Parisian Sage supplies hair needs and doea not injure either the hair or scalp. It contains "the exact elements needed to make the hair soft, wavy, slcBsy, and to make it grow thiclc and beautiful. It is delicately per- sticky or greasy. Sold in EUy cent bottles only at all drug and toilet counters; Parisian Sage acts application stops the head from itch- ing; and freshens up the hair. Use it flaily for a week and you will bo sur- prised and delighted.- Parisian- Sage is one of the quickeet-acting hair Ics known. Everyone needs it. Advt. New York, May drown- ed, fourteen injured, appeared today to sum up .the casualilies incident to the breaking yesterday of -the, gaiig plank leading to the steamship Fred- erick VIII. The dead arc Annette Feidsscnau a child, and Mrs. Anna Edwardson, hotli of whose bodies were recovered, and Edward- son's three-year-old daughter, alary. Search tfas still being conductedTJor the Edwardson child's bbdy An investigation into the accident lias been ordered by the-Hoboten au- thorities. .OUR DROOMHALL' CABLE Liverpool, May b.vf feasier American cables, yesterday's weakness in Winnipeg and favorable Canadian crop advices, wheat opened fU.' lower. Later an additional decline of was registered, on large Indian Russian offers, expectations oC Liberal American shipments, and an abatement in the continental demand; -.The market closed easy %d. lower. 'Liverpool -spot 'wheat closed fclianged to lower. Friday's report from the Argentine is that rain continues in the- north, Is unfavorable for the seeding wheat arid .oatB.. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET "Man., .Ihe week at. the ynion stockyards the lieat grain Ted, finished-cattlo were on sale that Uave been, seen for some lime, and for that class local prices .wore goodly number realised 17.90 per 100'iba. The market was Btrong untilWednesday, w-hon It drop- ped around'.10 cents on.all grades. On Frldny "trading: was choice Bteers being .quoted to choice beliefs-were to A cars of feeders have cn up, as this map oC many colors, 11- as it does by a comparative- ly simple system of coloring the standing of quarter-section at i the beginning of tile present year. In addition to the information re- garding lands which have been home- steaded or otherwise-'disposed of, fcho publication contains complete inform- ation with respect to Indian reserves, limber berths, grazing leases, post offices, railways, etc., throughout the thrno provinces. This latest edition, of the Home- stead map is being distributed free of charge and a copy covering any one of the three Western provinces, may be obtained upon application to F. G. C. Lynch, superintendent of Hallway Lands, Department or the In- terior, Ottawa. FATALLY BURNED Moose Jaw, 3ask., May Meiklc and his wife were fatally burn- ed last night when they used coal to light a fire. ORR1NE FOR DRINK HABIT So succoaaful has OH- iNOl-beon in rcfltorlng the victims of the1 "Drink solior. and use- ful afid.aii'.strong, ia our con- fldonce in its curatlvo powers, that we want to emphaHize the fact that onRINfi is sold unnor this positive guarantee. If, after a trial, you get no boneQt, .'your'money ,wll) bb ,onjy, ?J-00 r box. 'A is It for Freb flooklot. Red Drug Store, Ltd., Ulock, J SHERMAN Tonight the public will have an op- portunity of the most novel and clover act before the public today. St. G; U., marveliong clay mod- eller, iix addition to his usual per- formance, 'wHl sculpture various auit mals SOOJb. 'block oE ice. Only one exhibition this art will be. given, namely, first perform- ance. .Miss Mer.e Tyson 'will be heard in a complete cnaugo of vocal num- bers. This little lady, during her en- gagement many friends, her Irish-ami. Dutch imnerstHU oDa being execution a My clever. A Russian woman is. heading an expedition which has started to cross Arabia at its widest part and which will try (o; penetrate be- fore explored. o: CANOES AND BOATS AT FACTORY PRICES I have the Exclusive Agency for the OLD TOWN CANOE COMPANY. you contemplate getting a Canoe for tlie summer, call and get my prices. Canoes from ?2S.OO up, f.o.b. factory. WILL HAYTER 611 15th Street South Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. Sherman Theatre Tonight SPECIAL Last Appearance of ST. G. R. Sculptoring Animals From 300 Ibs. Block of Ice Merle Tyson The Girl with a Voice HE HEARD I His Counsel Asked for a Week in-Which to Make, Motions New Vo'ti, aiay 22.-Thc Becker jurj- came'into tlw court room at 3.50 p. m. Charles licckcr was today found guilty instigating the rauu- der of Herman Kosenthal. The jury reached a verdict in four hours and three minutes. When the jury entered the room the foreman, F. Meredith Blagcn was in tears. Af- ler Becker iiad licen brought in Clerk Penny requested the jury to arise. When Blagcn was asked whether a verdict had been reached he brushed the tears away with a handkerchief, and answered "We have we find the defendant guilty as charged." Becker, his hands grasping the rail in front of him. paled as the foreman spoke and swayed for a moment as if about to swoon, but immediately straightened and remained rigid, while each juror verified the verdict. Court officers and newspaper re- porters were the only persons in the room besides the judge, the defendant and the -lawyers. Mrs. Becker was not present. News of the verdict was carried to her in the office of the sheriff, close to the court room. Becker was brought from the. pres- ence of his wife into the court room to hear the verdict. .His counsel ask- ed fot and received one week in which to make motions: Becker was re- I manded to .the Tombs until May.29. He was taken from the court room to his cell. 12 Tumors Removed Without An Operation Silver Lake. Ont.. Sept. 20. Pear Mrs. enjoylnir haller iitaiiiii I have for eight years, Hit1 I I urn entirety J have none of tlin old nymptoms. I am very tcful for my, aiuljhihk J3rango Lily treatrnent for woijicn the world known: use In my cave eauwci 12 tumors or growilis of some' soft to be ox- pcllcd. Some large na a hen's ess, others smaller, down to ttie of a; walnut. Ynu may lisa my In cdvcrtiatnifint, for It Is tlio aolld truth, and pen cnnnot nil the Rood It clono for me. Mnt. Louina B. rldgo. This ipircr an Indication of -tlm positive nenonts1 tlint always folloTT tlio H9ft of Oranjo Lily. It li an .ippllcil treatment and comes Jr. -illrcct contact wlih. the suffering orKJins. It produces' results from, start In all rapes of women's Including painful'periods, railing of womb, 'irrcKi'lai'HicY, Iciicorrhoea. otr. t will a Jtamplo box containing'10 t rent men t absolutely free- to any HiiflVrltiK woman n lio lias nut yet t'rlod U If nhis will send1 tno her Artdreii. i and address MRS. FRANCES 9. CURRAH, Ont. The Departmental Examinations for Grades VII I. ami X, will be held this year on June 22nd, 23rti, 2-lth, 25th, Sfitit, 2ft.ii', .29th and "30th at" the fol- lowing centres Alix, Atlm'iasca, Hanlt, liassano, Buwll, Beiscker; Ulairmorc, Brooks, Calgary, CartJston, 'Car-' rnangay, Carstairs, Castor, Chaiu- Corona- tion, Crossfichl, Daysland, Didshury, Edmonton South, 12dson, Korl Saskatchewan, (Heich- on, Glenwoodvillc, Granum, Grassy Lake, Grouard, llauna, Hardisty, High Ilivcr, Uoldcn, Inuisfail, Kil- lam, Knee Hill 'Xjillcy- (.Millncr S. Lament, Latigdon, Lc- Lloydminster, Mao leoil, Medicine Hat, Aldrin- Nahton; Okotbks; Olds Veiiholri; Pinchcr; Crock, 'Pocahoritas, HcdclitT, Kcd Kimlrty, (Kansas Ridge S. Hj'ley, Sleepy. (Crocus- dale S, Spirit-Kivcr, Stavely, I Monday Afternoon 2 to 5 Monday Evening 7 to 11 s DON'T .MISS SEEING FONTAINE AND EDNA The Best TofiTii of Singing Acrobats and Contortionists on rhe Continent The 6t-h Series OUR MUTUAL GIRL Many, Other FEATURE Have you experienced the pleasurn of SKATING Gather' of friends and you .will find that an, evening spent in skating will ed reaV-jollj-.time. Tlie Kink is cool anil well ventilated. Moor is good, MUSIC Hours: Afternoon 2-5 Evenings 7-10.30 Free Instruction for Beginners iii Aftcruooa The Cosy Roller Rink Under Now "Mniiasrement and Managed Eight1' StolUer, Steveville (Kitchener S. Stirling, Strathmore, Taber; To- field, .Trochu, Vegrevillc, Vermilion, Viking, Waiinvright, Warner, kiwin and Youngstown. The examinations in these grades will he conducted at the same centres during, the same days and un- der the same presiding examiners. The Department will supply the re- quired foolscap, drawing -paper and ink, but candidate's are advised to provide themselves with' com- passes, penholders, "etc. Candidates vho not already selected one of the above centres should advise the Department at once at which centre write. ;In a new vaccum cleaner for. clean- ing clothing in public places- a; cir- cular -brush surrounds to loosen the dust that 11 to'be drawn from a garment. DOCTORS AFRAID TO OPERATE Could Not Remove Stone From The Bladder. Gin Pills Enabled Him To Pass It, JOUETW, P. Q. "Durine AtlHUt iaat, I went to Montreal to conmlt a specialist as I had- suffering terribly with Stone In The Uladdcr. He decided on an operation mid tras assisted by another doctor.- ,They said.the calculus was larger than a .bean and too hard to crush, and that they could not take it out. I returned home suffering greatly, and did not know what to do, but wat recommended by a friend to try GIN PILLS. I bought a box and found relief from the pain t.t toot a second and third boi of GIN PItLS after which I went back to the specialist. He told'me the calculus was reduced m aize, still he could not relieve me of it, although he tried for two and a half hours I returned home and continued-to take' GIN PILLS as they reduced the pain very mcch, but I did not expect they would relieve me of the stone, but to my great joy, I passed the stone on October am uowa well man and very happy. lam sending the itone to yoit so thalyou can see for yourself what a great work, GIN PILLS did for me. GIN, PILLS are the best medicine in the world and because they did sc much for me, I will 1 recommend the'malUhereatof my life J. ALBERT LESSARD Isn't it wonderful f Just think of thcw I simple pills, that even children can take, i being able to perform what the greatest v specialists In Canada could not do Surelv, the dayi of the miracle have not amav, THCYCOULD DO NOTHING rOB.MlM Jto'6 a natural solvent .tor acid, .which causes calculus If GIN PILLS are not soldrin your neighborhood, send us 500. for a bos or for 6: boxes. Sair.ple free if you write us stationing this paptr. National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. MANGA.TONC BLOOD AND NERVE TABLETS are especially for women and girll to make them well and Xrong and roiy. joc..boz. 196 ;