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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR But a Day Hotel in The Kiddies Know-Ask Them u YWAX >K tAMAL fr -W 6 4 4AxcLv 0 THIS LETTER IS ONE-OF THE ENTRIES IN THE HERALD'S "ADVERTISE AND SMILE" COMPETITION. Everyman's Library We now have a complete this splendid covering many of the standard works in Fiction, Biography, History, Poetry, Philosophy, etc. doth Binding, each 40c Leather Binding, each .....75c 2 for.................. 75c THE KENNY ALLIN GO., Ltd. NEXT-DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Barlej was up in October, in Becemfaer. Winnipeg, Aug. -wheat closed today- at 1 cent lower- for Oct- ober, down for December and Hie lower for May. Data. ?rn up-for October He up for December. Flas dropped in November and Minneapolis was down for September and lower for De- cember Chicago wheat dropped 2c in'September, lower in December and May deliveries. The closing trade was v.ery quiet with.prices rallying >ic for the low points. Winnipeg was the strongest market of-the three. Today was the most ner- vous market of the season in the early part '.The feeling in the local pit was fairly, strong but heavy selling orders from the outside markets were against higher prices. The volume oC trade fair and mainly professional. The public were inclined to hang back and the .exporters say there will be very little new business till the market! settles do vn The cash trade was j fair with th'e demand best iri the morn- ing Offers were moderate with pre- miums much the same as on Saturday, Barley and oats were stronger with flax pretty dull. changes today were: Oct. Dec. May Oct. Preserve Raspberries and Slueberries now. Season will be soon over GETTING SHIPMENTS OF RASPBERRIES FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA AND WE ARE GETTING SHIPMENTS OF RASPBERRIES FROM THE QUALITY IS EXCELLENT. Price per 0 rate, KENORA BLUEBERRIES-As the season is now at Its height and the price is where we consider. cannoOget any lower, without It would be for, poor fruit, we are having one Jarge shipment coming In about next Thursday morning. Let us have your orders now. Price Per Basket, for this Lot, THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lethbridge............ 79 -55 Kamloops. clear........ SO 54 Edmonton, clear......I 74 52 Moose Jaw, clear...... 75 52 Prince Albert, clear..... 7K 54 Nelson, clear.......... 79 43 Swift Current......... 72 4S Saskatoon, 75 53 Medicine Hat, clear...... S4 52 j Regina, clear.......... 72 50 Calgary, clear......... 76 56 Battleford, clear....... 7S 56 Winnipeg, clear......... 76 56 Port Arthur, cloudy 70 62 The weather ibe past 24 hours has been cool all over the western prov- inces with no rain in southern Mani- toba. Forecast: All Fine and warm today and on Tuesday. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 3Ian., Aug. 7. Opening and closing prices on the grain ex- ing material are being unloaded In 137 135% 135% 13-t 140 138% 47% 47% 46% nct 193 1S9% Dec. Winnipeg Cash Prices 1 Northern............... 137% Coaldale, Aug. for the C P. R. veterans' colony is being un- loaded here. One mile of new track- age is being provided in the yards, together with new stock yards, a load- ing platform -for grain..and so forth. Lumber, cement brick and other build- great quantities. I The Western Canada Lumber com- pany are unloading several cars of lumber, posts, etc., for the new lumber yard and hardware store. A new res- taurant IB being opened up. Several large lowing; .outfits are breaking ground for the veteransi-col- ony Boring lor artesian water may be'started in the district by the gov- ernment and if. succeaful several pri- vate wells will he started. Coaldale and the irrigation block promises to become the city's busiest suburb. A New, Clean Straw Hat for Ten Cents A straw'hat .properly cleaned is.as good as new. Nyal's Cleaner will clean your and save, the cost of a new one.-' it nut only removes the 'dirt, but it bleaches the straw to its original whiteness. It costs bnly 10 cents and a single package Tflll clean several hats. Tfce Red Cross Drag Co., United PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Stock Inspector Geo. Young, of Cowloy, has been appointed stock inspector. Cattle Do Damage Dairy stock are doing considerable damage to rate payers property in the southeast part of the city it is report- ed by being allowed to run without a herd man. which is contrary to the by-ljiw of the city. Dodge Cars Going Fast The. Standard Garage reports the delivery of seven of these popular the last week one of which went to Wm. Hysop and an- other to Mart McMahon, and are now awaiting the arrival of another ship- ment all of which have already beet sold; 4? cars have been disposed of to date, this season. For May No. 4 Northern............... 127% Rejected.............. Feed No. 1 N. W. C.............. Minneapolis Wheat Sept Sept. Dec. FINE VAUDEVILLE BILL Don't fail to see the fine vaudeville bill at the Orpheum tonight, including tne famous Society Buds, one of the best; girl shows shown here for a long time. Tonight's biil is the best Advert. SERIOUSLY CONSIDER Craw Serious consideration will be given to the request of the board of trade and farmers for the establishment of a gram inspection at IJethbriuge this fall and winter. Word, to effect T, as received by board of trade today from the secretary of the board of grain CASE THE RELIABLE Threshing Machinery ite, phone or call for prices and terms. 31 P .Johnston Co, ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 651 141 13514 Chicago Wheat 138 142% 77 73 65 65 133 136% 141% LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCA1----------- TRACK PRICES: Wneat......... Oats............ i'lai............ Wagon Prices: Wheat-----. Oats............ Flax 122% 4014 170 5 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fit 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared. 714. killing ewes, shear- ed, 7- Selo'ct hogs, 180-200 Ins, 10. Wheat Stocking acre! of Wheat Stocking to let. 40 cents per acre. Fine eatt every day. O. T. LATHKOP GRASSY LAKE (Special to thi Herald) Taber, August Brown, the returned war veteran, who enlisted here, stopped off on his way through on Saturday, and hopes to return here for a few days before going back to England. A royal welcome will await him. The Regal Collieries.are shipping in their new plant. Two new tabular boilers of the most modern type of 150 horse power each have arrived. A new electrical cuttuig madiine, a ce inent mixer and other to arrive this week New houses for the miners are being erected: .Bach house is surrounded an acre of of ground lor garden purposes The company will allow the miners to pur chase the property b> monthly pay ments. USE J; ELY'S CREAM BALM; 50c a bottle J. D. Limited Pioneer The Official Auditor D. 'A. Smith, of Lethbridge, ho been appointed official auditor. New Grain Office Strong and Dowler, well known grain commission merchants of Cal gary, have opened up an office here in the Slnnot Block, 5th St. S. J. A. Cuminihg formerly of Granum who has been ip the elevator arid commis sion .business for 30 years will be ID charge of the local office of the firm. (f in tbe Churches ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE WILL OCCUPY THE OLD" Bendey Company Store AFTER AUGUST llth At St. Msry's Wednesday at 8 p.m., intercessions! service. Thursday evening, ice cream social at the home cf Mrs. Mockford. At St. Auguitln's Thursday at 8 p.m., intercessions.] service. Next Sunday Rev. Mr. Snow will be in charge of the services at St. .Mary.'s and St. Augustin's, -preaching .at St. {Augustin's in the morning and at St. Mary's ir, the evening. At St. Wednesday at 8 p.m., service of in- tercession. At Christian Tonight at 8 o'clock, Christian En- deavor. Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayer meet- ing. Thursday at 3 p.m., Ladies' Aid So- ciety at the borne of Mrs. Dunswbrth, 611'9th street. At Knox The ladies of the church sew at the. Red Cross rooms every .after? noon! Wholesale ar.d retail ehemiltt TELEPHONE, NO. JM Stirling Candidates Three Grade VIII candidates out o; four 'from, Stirling' were successful iV the departmental' exam inatipns. They were Fannie Adler Vesta Holman and Mm.7 Sykcs. FORK pb Benton Drought, into The Herald office today some fine looking garden peas from his garden. They were ex- ceptionally He says they are bearing heavily this year.. A Corrected Exam. List The following In'the corrected list of the successful candidates .'of .Westmin- ster schoof'in" Grade 8. "The; list Saturday omitted several names: Mag- gie Ascroft, George Dodd, Norman Fox, James Goldie, Eva Hargreaves, Roger Hedenstrom, Cyril Hoult, Olive Jack- son, Martha khowlden, Hurga 'McLellan, Richard Mallen. Lily Mitchell, Agnes J. Hobertson, Frank Sullivan, James Thomson, William J. Westcott, James Wilson, Andrew Queen, Wade Rldpath. Announcement St. Mary's W. A. is holding a lawn social on Mrs. Jlockford's lawn, cor- ner 12th street and 5th avenue, north on Thursday evening next. Announcement. Are. you going to the "Cake Walk" at' the Barracks Thursday night? Sure, it's-for'the Red Cross! Lawn Social at St. Patrick's Old Church Grounds Opposite C P R Depot Tuesday Afternoon and Evening Next' ICE TEA, CREAM. AFTERNOON CANDY. LEMONADE, ETC. EVERBODY- WELCOME BELIEVED TO BE MOTHER SHIP St. John's, Nfld., Aug. Dutch steamship Oallia arrived at St. John's Friday, four days out of. New York, a cirgo of gasoline. She was held up, in "the belief that she is the mother ship with a supply of gasoline for the German: submarine Deutschland, now on her way across the Atlantic. Her reason for calling at St. John's .was an alleged shortage of water. Wednesday at S p.m., weekly prayer meeting'in the school room. Next Sunday at 3 p.m., service in the church. Next Sunday will'be Mr.. Deriopn's last Sunday before leaving to report for military duty. At St. Andrew's Tonight, Senior Christian Endeavor. Wednesday at 2.30, Ladies' Aid in the vestry. Wednesday evening, fardeji party at the manse. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice: ScandinaviarTServlcM. There will be services in the Scan- dinavian language Wednesday even- Ing, August 9th, at o'clock i p. m 30n. mg, August sin, ai u oipviv, y. .Tuesday at 2 pm. the Presbytery at the Pentlcostal Mission'Sth avenue of Macleod will meet In the consider the resignation of Rev A H De'nopnr Commissioners from Ihf tlon are asked to be present Tumnlar 8 p.m., the asement'-ntet In and- 18th street; A h'earty welcome to alL At Scitntiat Wednesday nuetlag. At Ptntico-tal MlMion Tuesday -at 8 word. THE HERO OF MATHESON William Falrbalrn, who is caring for the sufferers in Matheson. tie has lott made a fortunc In the North Conntrj, when he has prospected (or Mar At Crbssfield Fair, 1916 f Bread baked from DTJR BEST FLOUR open coni- petition against: all EXCEPTIONALLY-good flour'lt the only'kind that will product records like this. Use 'OUR BEST' nest baking day Ellison Milling Elevator Co N-J-SCHWEITZER PROPRIETOR FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1W7 REAR'STAFFORD BLOCK '_. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities tor secur-s Ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent Quotations. markets. You are invited to Snake free use of this service. Ask for bids on your oarlots of 'grain. Private wlrei to New York, Chi- caflo, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Bairfl Botterell, Union Bunk Building, ARCH. E. REE6OR, Mjr. Phone 15M. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited. P. R. Prtlghl PHONCI: Offl............< 11M MublM........... 1M4 Every Tues.'-aiid Sat. in K. of P. Hall GENTS 50c, LADIES FREE DANCING 9 to. ja- Boulton's Auto Livery Closed Car. Hospital and Train Calls a ('Specialty. Rate to any part of City: t j 1 50c 2 or 3'Pflsspiigers ;