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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD V MARKETS WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, quiet tone-firmer, waiting de- velopments Maj 11 beat traded in-for the first time at closed g to lower The cash dt mand for all grades of wheat vat, keen the buyers being mostly cn> mllers and all offerings were oag eilv up Oats and flax were ic higher lower, bailev H down Friday totalled 147 cars a" -ijamst 166 last year, ind EUht were 175 cars T Open Close Oct 94-93194; Dec 92 Mar Olts- Oct i, 31{ Flax- Oct I.OS No 1 51> D'c 1..50 CASH PRICES Jso 1 Nol. Nor. _ Oats- No 2 C W .i. 3 C. W, mi, 48i" 101 1.50 1 147J TENTS JlcguKn 12x14, 10 WGoO 8 Wall Ten! 22 00 J 2x14, 12 of Wall Tent 2400 7v 7 Tent....... 9 00 I OvJ 0 10 Pyi amid Ton! 00 10 Pyiamid Ttut 42 00 Silo Pi ice 17.50 10.00 7.00 26.50 32.00 No, 1 N W C. 2 C. .W. _ lid WAR 101 IHKEIS THE V.AR AND THE Markets London, Aug 1 Bank of Eng Und todiy raised its disi ount rate to ten pni.fent BELGIUM BANK RAISES DIS COL-NT Brussels tag 1 The National Ban. raised its discount rate from llie to SIT percent i U IMPOUT BUSINESS MUK ZLED New lork, Aug almost Comalete suspension of the import business- of the country is'near at hand, according--to. members of .'the large importing firms The cancelling df-the sailings ol'all vessels by Gcr- matf steamship lines yestcrdaj was feared to be merely a forerunner of n.ore serious obstacles to the import- ing trade. Great difficulty is expected Ito Le experienced in moving Amen tin-exports because of limited t-on- 11350 under United States registry of licu-ral flags. DU1CH BANK RATE tnistcrdam, Aug 1 bank t ite of the Netherlands has increased from t-j 6 percent iJEKMANY BANK LIKEWISE fletl n, 1 bank rate ot (the Imperial Bank of Germany uas raised to 6 percent today .M LAPORT U S GOLD BELTING can v iu nd the whole Morse's Indian Root PilU act directly on the boweli, rtf on the kidneys, givinr them to properly filter the and on skin, opening up Dr. Indian Root Isabella .Evans, Pearl Edith Ever- Jack Keith Fife, Vera Fleming, Henry Folkard, Elsie Force, Eltie Foster, Thomas Orx-al Lesley i Fowler, -Allan H. Praser, Harry Free- Galbraith, Bessie.Gardin-' er, Wilbur F, Gillespie, Sidney John Gilson, Margaret 'Hazclwood Gold Annie JlcCIean Barbara Jane Horner, Lela Houston, Agnes MurieLHiiggardi Gladys Temp- lar Hughes, Marguerite Isabel Hunt, Allison C., Imlay-, Emily Margaret Jjjrrold, lijiuy. Ma- -tilda Jerrold, CHaddls Grace John- son, Margaret JonnssOn, ford .Idncs, Luther Jones, Vivian Josephine Keith, Alexander Kerr, Norma Arlinc Riser, Marfiiei-ita'Lat- ta, Helen.I. Gordon, (Hadys Gould, Grace V. Grahaiii, Julius Urimson, Helen Harriet Ilnag, Frank AIlaipHnliiday, 'Mar'garot licnn Hnnna, Herbert Sadie Harrington, Jtutlr.Maidle. Hnr- ris, John Leonard ilawv'Rutus Hc.-.d- Icy, Donna' F. Sylyari'illilie- rud, Itosa Robert'Grant Holden, Guy Flctclvct- Hollinshcad, 7oo L. L.ivallce, George'Henry'Lay-[ cook, fiudolph Lcckcltf-Herbert Ccin- rud Licscmer, Kuby .Mary Loughced, I Merrill Neil Lylc, Grace" B'Hzab'otli Lynch, Eilec Euphomln McArthur, Harold Jamiis McCrca, Molly McDonald, Elizabeth Candold liain Olga Annie Theresa Partuiental examination in the Soderman, Hilda v! Soley, Irene An- -iccts enumerated nie Speck, Douglas Lasell Spccr, Beryl Barrett, John Arthur: Annie Kail Julia Louise Cross, Algebra and His SprinRt-Btt, Clifford Springbctt, Pear M. Stantou, Leta Olga Steen, Helei Every ten cent packet will kill inoreflies than 88.00 worth of any sticfcy fly killer. Refute aubititutei, which are sub- way of Algiers. She had on board thirty-one cadets from the Aus- BeryJ Barrrlt, Algebra, and Physics; Irian navigation school, undergoing training for the navy. The command- ant asked the government for instruc- Sherman Theatre 3 Nights and Daily Matinee Commencing Monday, Aug. 3 PANT AGES BEST VAUDEVILLE OF THE SEASON THE SENSATIONAL DRAMATIC TRIUMPH Night Hawks 50 Weeks in New York, Chicago and Boston Woods' Animal Actors INTRODUCING THE ONLY MUSCAL MONKEYS IN THE WORLD The Rozellas REFINED MUSICAL STARS a Golden Harp SILLY MANNING RICHARDS Humori3t Novelty Comedian. SPECIAL SCENERY FOR. EACH ACT Matinee 3 10c; Adults 26c Night 8.45 o'clook-PRICES-Chiidren 25c; Adults 35 and 50o Seats now on tale at Western Stock Exchange WATCH US GROW EDMONTON EXHIBITION August 10-15, 1914 Finest Display of Exhibits in Western Canada Keenly Contested Races I Grand Military Tattoo Musical Ride put on by Alberta Dragoons Folk Dances Six Bands Carnival Attractions Entries for Dog Show close August 3rd. Single Fare on All Railways. A. B. W. J. tory Jolan David, Algebra and Phy sics Christina Mclnnis, Algebra" Alexander Danie! McLean, Chcmistrj and French, Roy MacDlarmid, Alge bra and Physics Alex Smith, Latin Hnldah Wiegand, Algebra and Geom- etry. GRADE XII. The following is a list of the suc- cessful candidates in the Grade XII. departmental examinations: Ross, Alexander Archibald, Gay Armstrong, Myrl Dartin Armstrong, Francis P. Austin, tilair Becker, Archie Bennett, Orlo Bishop, Clifford Sifton Blssott, Mary L. Borgat, Madge Bowlor, Hazel Flora Branson, Wi'iliam A. Brown, John Thornton Bullock, Serbort .D. Cartwright, Julia Isabel Cartwright, John Murray Ferguson, Kathleen nie Fitzerald, Kalhanlel Stewart Fltz- slmmons, iiaiph Pcrrin Em- ly B. .Fountain, Bessie Kennedy Fras- er, James Gillmor, Thomas Gl'ilmor, Vlbert Edward Groves, Helena Ben- Una Gundcsen, Jlabel Clinrlotto Hall, Vlllinm Ha.vhurst, Halley Henry, Ger- nalne Casey, L. Colvjn diadsey, Clara Christie, Lloyd Milton Cblwell, Carrie Panels Cook, Ada Dale, William Dav- s, Lowell', Doughty, Gladys" Dynes, oseph Edward Earl, Donald' Stewart Wwards, Carrie .L. Eyres, Frank J. W. Pane, liulou Mary A; Hodjklnson, Jessie Hotsoiii Frederick tions, and in the meantime placed a militia guard on board the vessel. Beautiful Hair- A Clean, Cool Scalp Use Parisian Saje. It Makes the Hair Soft, Wavy, and Invigorates the Scalp. If your hair is nnythlni! abort of per- fect; If it IB losing color; too dry, brittle, thin, or if the acfllp burns and Itches. Immediately begin the use of Parisian Sage. The first application removes dandruff cools and invieor- the scalp, .and beahtlfles the hair until it.is gloriously radiant.' Parisian :Sage supplies hair needs and does not Injure either thp hair or it IJie want elements needed to make the hair soft, and to make it grow thick ind- beautiful It is delicately per 01 greasy Sold In fifty cent bottles onh at all drur and toilet counters. s Parisian Sage tpplicatlon stops the head from itch Int and freshens up the hair Use It fial.y for a week and you will be aur prised and. Parisian Safe 8 one of the qulckmt acting hair ton tcs known. Eieryone uctdi it. Adrt It will be a source of pleasure to overs of high-class vaudeville to earn that for the first three days' of next week a bill of unusual excellence will be presented at the Sherman Theatre. The headliner is a comedy drania of. the underworld, entitled "Night and with Rex Adams and Ethei Adamson In the leading roles, supported by an admirable cast, the petite sketch is replete with gripping situations and effervescing .with com- edy. Quinlan fc Richards, in. "The Quack offer'a screamingly funny farce, the colored comedian contrib uting in no small manner to the breezy humor Of the act. Dave Woods' animal actors arc particulaily pleas ing, the-dogs and monkeys displaying remarkable .the-monk- eys performing numbers 'oh musical Instruments that admiration and heat tj applause Rorella Ro 7ella have a musical offering that will charm, the classic, renditions- on the harp and being delightful Billy Manning, .that-.''somewhat: different droll humorist, is a nhole shop, in lilm- srtf, ih.v audience: the whole time he is before the footlights. Altogether, the bill is ono that Is espe- cially commended by the management to every one who at :thls season'of the year desire .variety entertainment presented In Its beat .form, .'Matinees will be given dally at 3 p m Prices, children 10 ccnti, adult! 25; I CMPRESC 1-1 10c 15c O 2 Reel'Pathe Drama "In Royal Bondage" An Exciting War-Story Blograph Comedy "Because of a Hat" TroublM of a Bonnet Always In the Lead Herst-Selig Pictora! Thrilling, Instructive, Entertain- ing. Others: "CHOCOLATE bYNAMITE" "THE GRANITE INDUSTRY" SPEED LIMIT" children 25, adults 'X and 50.coots. The management aro desirous ol making a regular 'feature each week, and depend on the publlu latronase to tupport them in their en- erprlse. Senator T. O Davis says he is go- ng.to renew his efforts to put the ntl-tlnolnic bill on'ihe statute ;