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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta L HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 ------------- CSNTRAL CCMFORTASH HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 * Day Hotel in AlberU Taylor-made Flour ^ Pride of Alberta Mother's Favorite. Brands with but a single -BETTER Bread. New Pack K.C. Strawberry Jam All whole strawberries, not crushed up like limit strawberry Jam*, In fact It 1b really a preserve. Fruit like this put up In bottles usually Bells tor considerable more money.. If you want QC�� something roally line try this. Price, per 4 lb. tin........................................... �fOC Red Raspberries for Preserving Almost done tor this season. We had a few tills morning but do not know how much #9 pa longer there will be any., Oct them now If you want some. Price, per crata............ �pu*�)U THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 MARKETS BUG-O-CIDE THE POTATO GROWER'S FRIEND A pure scientific blend of Paris Graen and other arsenical insecticides. Specially suitable for the destruction of the potato bug. Used the same as Paris Green. Price 85c per pound. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1417 Druggists and Stationer* Next Oallaa Hate! Make the MOST �f the Hith Prices by cinsigD-ing Ytur Gnu to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. Tou will realize every east in It for you. and sat roar returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Offle* Phono 1S13 Resldonoe Phono 14M N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHSRIDQE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. WEATHER REPORT. Lethbrldge, cloudy .... TS Kamloops, clear...... "a Nelson, clear........ S5 Edmonton, cloudy..... 54 Red Deer, rain...... 57 i Calgary, fair........ 70 Medicine Hat, rain .... 84 Macleod, rain....... 79 Moose Jaw, cloudy .... 86 Reglna; cloudy...... 70 Saskatoon, cloudy .... 84 Brandon, cloudy ...... S3 Portage La Prairie, clear 78 Winnipeg, clear...... 76 Port Arthur, cloudy .... 74 Prince Albert, fair .... 72 Battletord, cloudy .... 78 Lloydminster, cloudy .. 62 Humboldt, cloudy..... 7S Kindersley, cloudy .... 85 Kamsack, cloudy...... 72 Vegreville. rain...... 77 STRONG & BOWLER GRAIN *n* istiotv M�r�b�Bt� smensan-LetMrtdte OBr ealtre iggapUalloa, |g at wmtr servtoe and %Uh Mfr ex�ar-liana w� cm safely to get ypu the bast prttea lac few gMte at moj Una sM (at any gf*�a> orUad of OfRoa^rSaa)' Km. 1SJ* Calaary Abridge Leth*r4*te Quoejv igwcui 44 74 54 42 40 36 46 44 52 46 47 46 51 50 46 44 48 43 40 46 36 40 50 49 4S 48 54 54 54 41 .5S .06 .62 .45 .15 .31 .08 .38 .02 .50 .03 .06 .34 .26 Asalnihnia. cloudy..... 80 Vorkton, rain....... 79 Elbow, cloudy....... 79 Outlook, rain........64 Qu'Appelle, cloudy .... 80 Indian Head, cloudy ... 82 Broadview, clear...... 89 Vlrden, cloudy....... 81 The weather the past twenty-four hoars has been part cloudy with sbow-ers in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast: Manitoba-Showers and thunderstorm* in many places. Saskatchewan and Alberta-Cool with showers in many places today, Wednesday fair and cool. LEFT PEN TO VISIT HIS DYING WIFE Winnipeg. Aug. 7.-Millers, shippers, milling houses and government agents were In the cash market today for wheat of all grades.. Competition was keen and all offers were quickly snapped up. Price spreads were car-rower than on Saturday.. Offerings J were fair. There waa a noticeable I slackening up in demands for oats, ] which had been very active up to the end of last week. Price* were oft considerably from Saturday's quotations, as much as 3%c to 4c during the session. Tiidre was litUe doing In barley or flax. Trading tot future ' delivery was not extensive, oats appearing to receive most attention. Both October and December opened fractionally lower than Saturday's closing prices. October wheat opened unchanged from Saturday and was bid three cents higher In the trading. October flax held Its strength around Saturday's price though the openings were lc higher. Southern markets were slow and featureless. Other dealers were awaiting action from the United States bill and also the new government crop figures, which will be issued tomorrow. Winnipeg cash wheat closed at 2.40 unchanged. Other grades were from M to 2c higher. October wheat closed at 2.26. lc higher. October oats closed 68%, lVtse lower. December oats closed 64, l}�c lower. October flax closed 3.38%, l^c higher. Futurea Winnipeg Wheat- Oct........ Oats- Oct........... Dec. ... :...... Flax- Oct........... Nov........... Dec....... ... . Minneapolis- Sept........... Chicago- Sept............. 224% Winnipeg Caah Prices Wheat-No, 1 Nor...240 No. 2 Ko'r, No. 3. Nor...233 No. 4 Nor...224 No. 5 Nor...202 No. 6 Nor... 175 Feed.....................166 No. 4 Special ..................22* No. 5 Special ..................202 No. 6 Special ..................175 Oats-No. 2 C. W. 73 No. 3 C. W. 72 Extra No. 1 Feed____.......... 72 No. 1 ...... 68 No. 2 ......66 Track.............. ... ... 69% Barley- No. 3 C. W. 120 No. 4 Ci/W. 117 Rejected and'Feed ............Ill Flax-No. 1 N. W. C........i. 336V> No. 2 C. W. 330 V2 No. 3 C. W. 319% Track..................,.;.335% 225 226 68% 68% 64% 346 338% 332% ... 325 226 326% .238 - New - J BarberShopI NOW OPEN. 1 To Old Friends and New. I WEBTBROOK BROS I Formal* JBarbsr* with W. A. Ott I Sixth Street South, Opposite | Bank of Montreal. - Britain has 7, Lethbrldfle, Alts. USE Buq-O-Cide (The Potato Grower's Friend) IN PLACE OF PARIS GREEX A pure acientifle blend of Paris Green and other arsenical insecticides, specially suitable for the destruction of the potato bug. Paris Green is impossible to gat but we have secured a small quantity of Bug-vCict, which la used in many places n pre'er-ence to Paris Green. WHILE IT LASTS Per pound 85c Ike Red Crow Dnif k Book Co., Lnilei PHONE Stfc CITY AND DISTRICT Reopena Office. Dr. E. G. Simmonds lias returned from his holiday, and has re-opened his dental office. Further Remanded Arthur J. Leo- was further remanded in A. P. P. court yesterday on a charge of defalcation. Want More Explanation . The city this morning received another letter from the Utilities Board asking for further explanation of the city's financial condition. ELLISON S f% P a lZyear-old Girl Can bake better Bread from OUR BEST FLOUR, than any woman can' bake out; of jny other brand-so can yq.iL She Did!' � EXCEPTIONALLY a't *r-i a ml i In ;iu ot \� HI 1 ' \ kmsonMUl ing & Elevator Co OURBEST Waa Only Rubbish. A pile of rubbish being burnt at the rear of the Olympia Confectionery last night caused some watchful citizen to turn in an alarm which' was answered by No. 1 Fire Hall. Cutting at Spring Coulee H. E. Kelly, manager of the Thompson farms at Spring Coulee, is in the city today and states that cutting will start In that district next week. Wheat will run between CO and 30 bushels. I EAT ALL I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! Died at the Hat The death of Hugh McTavish, aged 69, occurred this morning at the Medicine Hat general hospital, of heart trouble. J. H. McTavish, of Wilson Siding, is a son. The late Mr. McTavish had been visiting at the Hat. Some Improvements. The Y. M. C. A. has installed a complete set of the new McNaughton grates in Its furnaces and has had the entire heating system overhauled. Besides giving better heating service, these grates will greatly economize on the coal Mil. FIVE CREWS LANDED. An Atlantic Port, Aug. 6.^-A steamer arriving hero today from a Eur- opean port landed the crews of flvo vessels, all of which had been sunk by German submarines off St. Maria Azores. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 702 No More Gas on th* Stomach or Sour Stomach) No More Heavy Feeling After Meals ok Constipation 1 It you have sour stomach, constipation or gas on the stomach try JUST ONE DOSE of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Adler-i-ka. the remedy which Is becoming known as the MOST POWERFUL bowel cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose shows results and a short treatment with Adler-1-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains such astonishing amounts of old matter from the system that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas on the stomach almost INSTANTLY. J. D. Higiabothan & Co - Limit*)*! AUrartt'e Pioneer Orugglatt.* The ' Whaleaala and retail etomlft* TELEPHONE NO. Stt Shooting Mishap. While getting out of her car, Mrs. Geo. MacLeod accidentally discharged a .22 rifle, the bullet passing through her leg and fracturing the bone. She was removed to Gait Hospital, where her progress is favorable. Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Ever all & Franks Slnnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. A Presentation Yesterday the drivers of the West era Transfer Co., cornered Geo. Lav/r- j ence, one of their number, and because he had taken the matrimonial plunge recently, he was made the recipient of a gold watch and fob suitably engraved. Provincial Crop Outlook HIS NEW CABINET Petrograd, Aug. 7.-Premier Keren-sky has completed the formation of his new cabinet. The official announcement of its composition contains several changes in the list of portfolios made public yesterday as follows: Lieut. Lenedoff is made acting minister ot marine, the post held up to the present by" the premier and minister of war Kurensky. M. tBerha-tzky is appointed acting minister of finance, a portfolio that has been assumed by M. Nekrasoff in addition to the vice premiership. M. Yefremoff, minister of Justice, is transferred to the ministry of public aid, replacing M. Atitroff, mayor or Moscow. Prof. Kokoshkine, leader of the constitutional democrats, is appointed state comptroller, a position which had been given to A. A. Molovine. M. Youreneft is named minister of public works. M. Yardundy takes the office of minister of Justice, vacated by M. Yefremoff. M. Takhtamieheff, minister of communications, is not mentioned in the new list. ANNOUNCEMENT There will bo a dance in the K. of P. ball tonight. Everybody welcome. A good orchestra in attendance. Qents 76 cents, Ladies free. 201-1 TtU. the :tI^E ^ '�TA�-LAND'S new kineto CLOCK. EdmontonT August 4th, 1917.-Crop conditions during the past week have greatly improved . Abundant rains and cooler weather prevailed over large portion of the province. The prospects in the Peace River district are particularly good where a splendid harvest is assured. Rains have helped the shorter crops in many other districts and with a few exceptions an average harvest is predicted. Haying is well under way. Barley harvesting starts noxt week. Roots and live stock reported in good condition generally. Peace River.-Tlio weather during the past week has been Ideal to repair any damage caused by the drought. Good soaking showers practically every day. Cool and cloudy, although some parts of the territory will show a reduced yield. The general outlook for the whole district Is bright. Vermilion.-Over one half inch of rain since last reports. Some of the crops are freshening but there are areas too far advanced to be benefited by this light rainfall. Some oata and wheat ready to cut. Yields wilt be light. Haying under way. Roots and corn doing fair. Sedgewtck.-One inch rainfall during the week. Whoat In, dough stage, cutting should be general in two weeks. Prospects average. Oats short in straw but heads well flllod. Some oat3 will be cut In ten days. Barley filling well, some will bo cut next week. Haying general, an average crop. Olds.-Average temperature for week lower than previously. Minimum temperature 3S to 4