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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta The Kiddies Know-Ask Them K ic ad- vance for May. Oats were up for October and L'Jic for December. Barley gained Flax was llfcc down for October and down for Novem- ber. December opened at 100 anil closed at 193. Minneapolis wheat was up for September and 1C down for December. A strong opening saw a lot of profit- taking by those who did not want to carry over, which quickly took the wheat more than 1C' wider than Fri- day's close. After that it advanced a triile and see-sawed for the rest of the day. Many baa rumors came in from Saskatchewan, but these are more or less ignored or denied by farmers on the exchange. There was a fair trade but nothing to the early days of the week becausi of a dny of idleness. Better demand in cash markets in the south had a steadying effect. Millers are Inking some wheat owing to new interest being shown in flour by the United Kingdom buyers. The country continued to take an interest In the markets but mostly on the selling side. There was good demand for cash wheat and oats with offers fair. Prem- iums were much the same. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winipeg. Aug. and clos- ing prices on the grain exchanges to- day were: _, Open Close Oct............ 13S 136% ripe orr....., 4o% Winnipeg Cash Prices I 1 Northern.............. No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern No. 2 C. TV................... No. 3 C. W................... Extra No. 1 Feed No. t Peed................... No. 2 No. 3 'No. 4 Rejected.................... Feed No. 1 N. W. C................. Minneapolis Wheat Sept 139U Dec............. Chicago Wheat Gpnt A New, Clean Straw Hat for Ten Cents A straw hat properly cleaned is as good as new. Xval's Cleaner .jvill clean your straw hat and' save the cost of n new one.' It not only removes the dirt, but it bleaches the straw to its original whiteness. It costs only 10 cents and a single package will clean several hats. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 565. 193 104 132% 128% 1225s 47 li .'4714 46% 77 73 65 65 14014 133 135 138 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL caAiN PRICES TRACK PRICES; CAN YOU MAJJE A LEMON SPONGE? This recipe with? can be found .in the August copy of the Rexall Magazine'-- Ask for it when xou. come 'in- to our store, or phone'and have it delivered. J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Albert-a'a Pioneer The Wheat Oats Flax VVSBUII Prices: Wheat At St Augustira's, 11 a.m. Sunday, August 6th lls 3D 16B Oats Flax V Barley -r- LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, Sheep Choice killing ewes, shear- ed. 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ins, 10. Exam. List at Herald Special Commemoration of the Second Anniversary of the War The results of examinations in Grade Eight throughout the province are at the Herald office. The Herald has published today the names of those who succeeded in the Leth- bridge district so far as could be 'as- icertained. As the list sent out by the i department does not give 'addresses of pupils it is impassible to ascertain all of those who were successful in this district, as many pupils came In j from country points. Those who wrote j on the exams, may aee the list at j tne Herald office. ____________ Church and Empire Make but One Call Today- MY DUTY Wheat Stooking If Wheat Stooking to let. 40 cents per acre. Fine eati every day. O.T. LATHKOP GRASSY LAKE Wholesale and ,-ctiir.chemijts TELEPHONE NO. 322 Lam Social CITY AND DISTRICT 78th to Church The 7Sth Depot Battery will parade for divine service to St. Augustiu's tomorrow morning. For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treas. R. J. Ilitcbie Pat- erson, acknowledges the receipt of 511.20 from the Federal Association of Letter Carriers being their contri- bution for the mouth of July. Signs on With Battery J. C. Cornfoot, of Calgary, arrived city this morning and signed on with the 7Sth brings the attested strength up to 46. At Crossfield Fair, 1916 Bread baked from OUR BEST FLOUR took first prize in open coin- petition against all other brands. EXCEPTIONALLY good Hour is the-only kind that will produce rec- ords like this- "V V-" Use 'OUR BEST' next baking day Resigns Position H. H. Lemon, .of Macleod, formerly of this city, has resigned from the Al- berta government telephones and, witU his family, will leave next week for Vancouver, whfcre they will reside in future. Phil. Bawden MI Word has been received by rela- tives that Lieut. Phil. Bawden, who left here with the 20th Battery, has been admitted to No. 14 Base hospital, France, suffering with diphtheria. Justices of the Peace .Norman S. Rankin, of the 191st Batt. at Macleod, and Lindsay Flames, of 'Macleod. have been made justices of the peace. THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN LUNCH COUNTER SOFT CIGARS WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES ADDISON H1GGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL New Bailiff Roy Beattic, of 'Bow Island, has been appointed sheriff's bailiff for the sub-judicial district-of Tabe'r, vice Nelson Blue, resigned. Back From England Stanley Muuroe, who left Leth- year ago last winter-to go to {England on .Munitions work for a year returned home yesterday. His two brothers are now in France with the 13tii CUI.R. at St. Patrick's Church Grounds Opposite C, P. R. Depot Tuesday Afternoon ICE CREAM. AFTERNOON TEA, CANDY, ETC. 1..-, EVERBODY WELCOME 1 Ommitted from Exams. In the fist of" results of Grade S Exams, published on the front page of today's issue, the name of Swan J. Goldie, of Westminster school was omitted, he was successful in pas- Patriotic Service The morning service at St. Angus- tin's tomorrow will be of a patriotic nature in commemoration of. the sec- ond anniversary of the war. Such marking of the mile posts in the Em- pire's crisis will keep clear before us the .Empire's weals. Every member of the congregation should make an effort to be present. Death of Welling Lady The death of Mrs. Ernest Bullock, Sr., aged 52 years, a well known res- ident of the Welling district took 'place at her home there yesterday .afternoon. The deceased had never recovered from injuries suffered some time ago in a runaway accident. She is survived by her husband and five sons and three all of iwhom are living near Welling. The will take place at Welling on 'Monday. PUBLIC DANCING On Saturday, Aug. 3 in K. of P. Hall GENTS SOc, LADIES