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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH V CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALt) HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta LigM amid Aiiry, Baked By a Faiiry, 6i 99 Taylor Made. SPECIAL ON CHERRIES Eiiclish Morcllas, I'dv preserving-, Mxtrn Spoeinl, per cralc $1,90 Biiiii's. Last of the Season. Extra Special, per crate ........'2.90 Ked Easpberries, couiiun- in dailv direct. 2 baskets t'(M-.........25c Per Crate................'..........................$2.75 ORDER THE ABOVE LINES NOW IF YOU ARE GOING TO PRESERVE OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 CITY AN 1> DISTRICT S. 0. E. Notice Soils of Englaiul Red Rose Degree will meet tomorrow evening In the S. O. E. HnU at cifiUt o'clock. Aug> Edison Records The New Edison Cylinder Records Have Just Arrived.  COME EARLY AND LOOK THEM OVER THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS. HOTEL. :: :: PHONE 1487. Goes to Cnrmangay Bailiir Tommy Symonds left yesterday afternoon tor Carmangay where he will spend his vacation. Children's Picnic Tomorrow'afternoon from throe to five o'oloclt the beginners' department of Wesley Sunday school will bo entertained' at 'the home of ' Mrs.' N. C. Stibbs, 701 5th avenue south. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon & Co., PHONE 1057 _ REAR STAFFORD BLOCK MARKETS On Fishing Trip J. M. McDonnell of the C. P. R. dispatcher's office here, left this morning tor a three weeks' fishing trip in B. C. He is visiting the well known fishing grounds along the Kootenny Central. Ice Cream Social The Salvation Army Homo League is holding an ice cream social at the residence of Jlr. TuIIoch, 1625 3rd avenue north on Wednesday evening. Everybody welcome. Selections by the army band and other numbers. LAN CAMPAIGN T SE S iiS^iiieii^'Qillil^^ WATERTON LAKES Mutt & Jeff Pavilion FLOATING CAFE SUPERIOR HOTEL ACCOMMODATION-HATES REASONABLE , C. HUNTER, H. C. LEE. Gar Tive Roses' FLOUR In ToAvn Today ASK YOUR GROCER -�- The Saunders Hay ck Grain Co. Have you cigars lately'! ICE CREAM SOCIAL Westminster Church Thursday Ev'ing (This Week) LIGHT REFRESHMENTS MUSIC EVERYBODY WELCOME Winnipeg, Aug. 1.-Winnipeg wheat closed 2%c higher for October and 2%c up for December; May closing at $1.29- Oats were unchanged with December at 42�4c. Barley closed unchanged. Flax-gained l^c in October and 1% c in December. Minneapolis wheat was up 2%c tor September and 2i4c. for December. Chicago wheat was 3%c up tor September and 3%c .up tor December. Winnipeg prices got a boost from the outside. Many good orders came in on the confirmation of damage both in the northwestern states and in the Canadian crop. Armour was a good buyer in the local pit. The trade was big and broad after the morning easiness. It .was at all times active. Trade was mostly speculative, helped by home outside buying, but the limits were wide and all prices strong at the close. The crop reports were the cause of the rally. The cash market had a better de-'mand today with July gone. The exporters were good buyers of the first three grades. Oats were in poor demand with premiums unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat:- No.' 1 .\orthern ............-128^ No. 2 Northern .............. 12C No. 3 Northern .............. 12114 No. 4 Northern .............. 117% Oats-No. 2 C. W'................ 44% No. 3 C. W.................. 44 Extra No. 1 Peed ............ 43 No. 1 Feed.................. 42 Vi Barley:- No. 3........................ 72 No. 4..............'....... 68 Rejected.................. 01 Flax:- No, 1 N. W. C................ 18.5 No. 2 C. W................. 181 Winnipeg Market Wheat:- October............. 122 125% December........... 120% 124% May............... 127 129 Oats:- October ........... 42% 43 December.......... S2% 42 >4 Barley: - October............ 64 Flax:- October ........... 185 187% December ......... 185 187V4 Change in Divisions The Cranbrook division of the C. P. R. has been taken off the Alberta division and given to the Pacific Coast division. The change is effective today. Superintendent CottercU's division, ending at Crow's Nest, is now the most westerly point on the Alberta division. Scandinavian Services There will be services in tlie Scandinavian language at the Pentecostal Mission on 5th Ave., N., and ISth St. Wednesday evening, Aug. 2nd, at p.TD. All are welcome, and no lection taken -up. Ben Stokke have charge of the services. col-will New Barber Shop B. B. McGregor is opening a barber shop on 5th St., ne.vt to Wright's Jewelry store. Mr. McGregor is an old barber and has llva^ In the city for some years. He has purchased the business fixtures and equipment of M. K. Kaake, who has discontinued business. Dr. Wray Joins Colors Dr. J. S. Wray and Mrs. Wray. ot Raymond, left last Sunday by automobile for Calgary, says the Leader. The doctor has donned the khaki, joining the Royal Canadian medical corps. Mrs. Wray will reside in Calgary until the doctor goes overseas, which will not likely toe required for a ?ew months. Come Here for Your Kodak Films and Supplies. Then Bring us Your Exposed Film to be Finished. ..Each. Film so.developed and finished that you will get the liest possible results from each and every exposure. FILMS MAILED TO US WILL BE FINISHED AND RETURNED IN 24 HOUgS AFTER AR-RIVAL. Tke Red Gross Drug & Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. FOR KILTIES A largo number of business men j have signittod their willingness to at-� tend the 113th Lethbridgc Mighland-ers' recruiting meeting to bu Iiold in the Board of Trade bulUling toniglit, over which A. H. McKeown will preside. Pinna will be made for a big drive which it is hoped will result in tilling up the battalion. The particular work cut out for Lethbridge is to till up tile Lethbridge Company, "A" Co., ot the llighlandei-s. This company has Capt. Skelton for first in 1 command and Lieut. Asquith as second. They are both Lethbridge men and tlie company is essentially a Lethbridge company, containing many veterans ot other wars. "A" company has the reputation tor being the best company In camp. 0;!e new man, Fred Lake, a miner, was sent up to Calgary this morning wlillo another new recruit will be taken on this afternoon. > The Lethbridge Highlanders are anxious to bring their champion base-ball team to the south for a series I of three games the latter part of this 1 week. They want to play one game I here with the best ball tossers that I can be gathered together, while Taber ! and Warner or any other towns in the \ south would be welcomed as contenders. Immediate application to the sporting department of the Herald will be necessary to arrange a game. You Need it in Your Kitchen Your Grocer Will Supply It See that You Get "OUR BEST" the next Sack of Flour you buy. It will pay you. _ Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited The THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN LUNCH COUNTER SOFT DRINKS-CIGARS WILL OPEN (N A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES ADDtSON & HIGGINS 411 5TH ST.'S, ' PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL Many Chevrolet Cars One hundred and sixty eight Chevrolet cars have been sold in this district by the Baalim Motor Car Co. this sea.sou to date. Jlr. Baalim returned from a meeting of Chevrolet dealers at Calgary this rooming. H. H. Horseman general manager for Canada and J. O. Sells, sales manager for the United States were present at the gathering. Mr. Horseman will visit Lethbridge on his return from the coast. The Baalim Motor Co. have as their territory southern Alberta from a point six miles north ot Carmangay and Clareaholm to the boundary and from Seven Person.s on the east to the B. C. boundary on the west. sraoxod "Nobleman" ........ 185 ...... 185 Minneapolis Market September ........... 120i/4 December........... 126% Chicago Market September ......... 120% December........... 124% Satisfaction Is \\ hat You Always Ge If We Do Your Developing and Printing All ^Vorli DouK' hy an Exi)crt TO CUT TWO WEEKS IN D BISTRICT WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing; Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 OFFICE PHONE 1313. 129% 129% 124% 128% Telegraph Boy Injured Arthur Roberts, C. P. R. telegraph messapger, followed the irresiBtible temptation of the small youth to hang to the rear of an auto while riding his bicycle, was knocked unconscious on Third avenue last night at the end of the pavement when he rode into a "bump" In the pavement and losing his hold on the auto, was pitched upon his head. This dangerous practice ot boys nearly proved fatal in young Roberts' case. Fortunately today he is able to bo about again. Funeral of Matthew Rebar The funeral ot Matthew Rebar, the lad who died of heart failure on Fifth street on Friday todk place Sunday afternoon from St. Patrick's church. The floral tributes were many. His comrades, the Lethbridge Herald newsboys, sent a wreath. The others were wreaths from'the mother, brother and Bister, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, wreath; girls ot Junior society, St. Patrick's, a broken heart; boys of the socloty, a cross; men's senior class, cross; Mr. and Mr. Rowe, cross: Mr. and Mrs. Beaseley, -Mr. and .Mrs. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Miobaoh, Mr and Mrs, Stetz, Mr. and Mrs. TrassaU, Mrs. .McCurdy, Miss Antle, Miss Rosbaski, Miss Popson, Miss Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. Hodak and Mr. Thoiapson, alj sprays, Annie and John McCarty, a spray, Alfred and Alice .i;5nKay, spray. Master McBachern, spray, and many others. _ ______ J. D. Higinbolham & Co. --� Limited '�� "Albcrt-i's Pioneer Druggists." The IbtlteM Jtor* Wholesain and retail chemists TELEPHONfe NO. 322 Raymond. July 31.-This morning reports from the country are highly gratifying. Quite a number ot fields of early grain are reported to be taking on the welcome golden tinge, and it the weather continues liot it will soon ripen. It is now thougiit tliat August loth or 20th will sue the harvest under way. The labor situation is now engaging the attention of the farmers, and it is generally believed that considerable outside help will be needed. The Knight Sugar company and Ray Knight have secured Inrgo numbers of Dukabors from B. C, thus relieving the situation to a certain extent. However, a hundred men will be retiulred it is thought hy men who should know. The Board of Trade is taking this mater up at onco with llie provincial authorities and every preparation -made tor the big which will soon bo on. Tlie twine sliortago is also the pause ot consideral)lo anxiety. King Brothers have sold tlieir car sonie wneks ago, and a telogrnm sent ordering a second car brought the word that the company wo\ild accept no now orders. They are iiandling 'Plymouth" twine 'i'ho Raymond Mercantile companv auccoodeil in securing unolhcr car the otlior day, but this will po.s.sibiy ho th? l(mit of their supply. Z. N. �kou-con, the other twine dealer, will still accept a tow orders. MAKIAGER'S PHONE 148*. SMITH, MURPHY & CO. IGRA HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle; We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE, SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. ROADS GRAFT IN Regina, Sask,, July 31.--Ernest Lov-ull, strnv/ boss or working foreman on tho Godfrey road gang was on the stand this morning before tlic Wot-more commission, assisting tho lawyers to determine how much Godfrey actually received by padding payllsts. Tho first showed excess payments of 20; tho second $222.50 and third ot ot $221.75. NOBLEFOROWiEIN WILL GET BADGES AFTER TWO YEARS London, July 31.-Gen. Sir Sam Ijiughes has informed the Canadian As socla'ted Press that N.C.O.'s and men of the Canadian expeditionary force aro, entitled to wear good conduct badges after two years from date ot mobilization. Farmers, Threshers, Well Drillers CASTINGS AND FORCINGS WELDED AND BEINPORCEO WE CONDUCT A GENERAL OXY-ACETYLENE GAS WELDING SHOP �OX 389. R. BOSSERT 1266 2ND AVENUE SQUTH, NEAR ELLISON MILLS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL CHAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat..........,....... lisVi Oats.................. SHVi Flax.................. 169 Wagon Prices; Wheat.................. 108 OatB.................. 32 Mi Flax.................... t6l Barley................... 49 LIVESTOCK PfUlCES Choice fiteera, 0 to 6Vi. Fat cowB, 6^4> to 6. Sheep - Choice MlUng wetJiWB, Bheared, 7'/6. Sheep-Choice killing �w��> l)>�ar-od, 7. ��� '* ' Select koee, 150-SOQ n>�f 9, Nnbloford, ,lnly 31.-Tho warm weiuher of the last few days has hecu a great boon to tlio crops In this district and they are rapidly Improving. Barley will be ready to cut in a))out two weeks and sumo rye Is already being cut. in general, harvesting will bo somewhat later than last yoar and yields may not be tiuito so heavy all round. There arc, howovor, a number of fields ot wheat wliicli will copie but very lltllo short ot last year's record. Some rumors of rust have proved to be unfounded, none ot tho farmers reporting any rust on their crops so far. NEW OUTBREAK Pokln, July 31.-Jn a revolutionary outbreak In Hankov/ Sijnd^y night a largo district was burned and looted and many natives .killed ond some RuS' Biai) women injured before torojgp vol unteers checked the uprising. Have you Dlgurs lately'i smoked "Noblewfttt" >: .> * ; * ? <* Closert Car. Hospital and Tlaiii dalls a I Specialty. / 1206-Phone -12()6 Rate to any part of City: \ 1 Passenger.................^50c ' 2 or 3 Passengers...........----., $l,OQ 58 ;