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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta The Kiddies Know-Ask Them 1 '-If. 0 0 THIS LETTER IS ONE OF THE ENTRIES IN THE HERALD'S "ADVERTISE AND SMILE" COMPETITION. Everyman's Library We now have a complete in this splendid linne covering many of the standard works in Fiction, Biography, History, Poetry, Philosophy, etc. ,_ ,n r Cloth Binding, each 40c Leather Binding, each .....75c 2 for 75c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MARKETS "Winnipeg, Man.. Aug. ..icliKit closed J5 cents higher for Oct- ober and December and also for May. Oats were IV cents up. for October and IS cents higher for December. Barley was 3 cents up. Flax gained cents in October and 5% cents in No- vember and December. Chicago" wheat was 10 "a cents high- er for September. 11% cents up for December and .cents up for May. Minneapolis wheat was 11 cents up for September and December and May- closed at 1.52. Today's market made a record gain. Advances of 10, cents have been made before but 12 cents las everything beat. From low points of Tuesday to high points of today's was cents. Today saw enormous trade in futur- es in ail markets. Everybody was on the buying side at some part. Those who took their profits early were crazy to get in'again and prayed for a' soft spot. Exporters did little busin- ess'over'night. Outstde'orders.came in but not so plentifully as formerly. 'Cash demand was fair to good, for Ixith wheat and oats were offered lib- erally with, premiums unchanged in bbth grains. FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat del............ 145% 148% Dec 144H 146% May............ 115 151 -Oats: pel............. 4S11 !9U Dec............... 48 W Flax: Oct.......... 192 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: No. 1. Northern Vi No. 2 Northern 149 No. 3 Northern 144 No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern Oats: No. 3 C. W No. 3 C. W Eitra 1 Feed 4S5S No. 1 Peed No. 2 Feed Barley: No. 3 '5 No. 4 Preserve Raspberries and Blueberries now. Season will be soon over WE ARE GETTING DAILY SHIPMENTS OF RASPBERRIES FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA AND THE QUALITY IS EXCELLENT. .Today's Price, per KENORA the season U now at its height and the price is where we consider that'll cannot get any lower, without it poor.fruit, we are having one large shipment coming in about next Thursday morning. Let us have your orders now. Price Basket, for this Lot, THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 WEATHER Grain Man Here W. ,T. Potrler, of the flrm of Par- rish anil Ileinbccker. grain niereliants of Winnipeg, is ID Hie city this week. Irrigation Man Here F. H. Peters, Dominion gov- ernment superintendent of irriga- tion, was in (lie city today. Trades and Labor Council The Lethbridge Trades and Labor council will meet in the Labor hall this (Wednesday) evening at S.30. Court Unity, A.O.F. Court rnity A. 0. P. will hold tJieir monthly meeting in Blirgmnu's hall tomorrow (Thursday) evening at s o'clock. Members will note, the change of meeting place. For Red Cross The hon. treasurer, Mr. A. J. Black- burn acknowledges the following don- ations' LeSV'-ldse Collieries ?GO.OO; E Oxland, jiO.OO: New Dayton Wo- men's Institute, ?55.00i Letter car- riers, 55.110; Plunkett It Savage ?3.7a; Women's Institute, Wrentham ?-ii. Newspaperman Here L. A. Lambert, special representa- live of the Toronto Globe, was in the city for a short visit today. He has recently made an extensive tour of I the southern prairio country and is greatly pleased with crop prospects, believing that western Canada will harvest a crop two-thirds of that of last year. Elks Meet Friday Night Lethbridse Lodge P. 0. Elks will met this week on Fri- day night. If the K..of P. hall can be secured the meeting will be held there. If not, announcement will be made as to the place of meeting. All Elks are urged to keep this date open as inust important business is to come before the meeting. Rejected Feed Dec May MINNEAPOLIS 144TJ 1445 150 SAYS BREMEN IS SUNK (16% I Berne. Switzerland, Aug. 8. The 66VII Berlin Tagetlatt announces that the German submarine Bremen, which was to have arrived at an American port, 149 Ts has been sunk through .an accident to 149Ts her machinery, according to a dispatch received here this afternoon. For the Burn Of Summer's Sun There are many cold .creams anil lotions whieh a IT worthless in treating sunburn because they are not properly amide. Our Cold Cream is effective because it is made of the right materials. A white wax base and pure mineral oil- makes the ideal remedy for sun- burn. It never becomes dry or rancid. Keep a jar of this cream for immediate use after exposure to the sun. Price 40c Jar Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PHONE 555. Sept. May 139 143 148 144% 148% 153 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL PRICES .TRACK PRICES: .Wheat 'WS Oats Flai Wagon Prices: Wheat Oats Flax Bli-ier LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, 6. Sheep Choice sheared, killing wethers, Sheep Choice killing ewes, shear- 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 10. OUR GREAT RY. MAN IS DEAD St. Paul, Aug. B. Stickney, founder of the Chicago Great Western Railway, died, at his home here this morning illness of a- week. He had. been declining in health for several years. AT PRESENT >RATE CANADIAN ARMY WILL NOT BE RE- CRUITED UNTIL 1918 Ottawa, Aug. The Ottawa Even- ing Journal, editorially, expresses dis- satisfaction because of the fact that during July the number of new elilist- ments in Canada totalled less thi 4.000 men. The Journal says: "Canada has still to' provide men in order to fulflll Bor- den's New Year's pledge p! half a mil' lion. At the July rate of enlistment, they would hot he secured a year and a half from now, and many of them would not he trained for service until 1918. "There seems: to lie something S-A-L-E Is now on with bargains that will be re- membered for some time-as we cannot dupli- cate these goods at manufacturers' prices to- day. Why not take advantage of 'this oppor- tunity? It means big savings to you. Pur- chases guaranteed or money refunded. Our motto: Come and see for yourself. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO WHERE YOUR DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY PHOMC 1724 THIRD AVE. 8. wrong somewhere. It is not enough to say that the July-falling off' in re- cruits was due to harvesting, the fig- ures for June were not much better. If the country is going -to keep its pledge, it had better bestir itself. Let- ting things go in the.haphazard fash- ion of the present is certainly fai from being creditable." ANNOUNCEMENT St. Andrew's Church Garden parts- has, owing to the weather, been post- poned until Friday night of this week. EGGS ARE ON GE-f BUSY TODAY. WITH WATEKGLASS Mb .25 5ft One pound will make enough solution to preserve about twelve dozen. J. D. Higinbofham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Ibtiatf WhoItnU ar.d retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Moose Jaw. Aug. Black rust situation in the Moose Jaw district is extremely fond- Many samples from fields in the immediate vicinity have been received and examined by Hugh McKellar anil the majority of samples showed evidence of black rust. The -scourge Is spreading with remarkable rapidity and the situation looks ser- ious. Red rust is in .evidence in prac- tically every field ami on all the fields that were sown late and where the wheat is still green the crop is severe- j i'y affected with black rust. Hugh Mc- Kellar states that the wheat he examined will only make chicken feed, tit Milestone and other towns on the Soo Line, samples received show the badly affected. News this morn- ing shows that almost all the southern portion of the province gives evidence of black rust in an advanced stage. Muggy weather like today is very fav- orable for the spread of rust. At Crossfield Fair, 1916 Bread baked-from GUI? BEST FLOUR took first prize in open com- petition against.- all .other- brands. EXCEPTIONALLY good flour is the only kind that will produce records like this. Use 'OUR BEST' next baking day Ellison Milling Elevator Co SAD DROWNING Prince Albert, Sask., Aug. lin "Waterfield, 14 years old, son ot a C. N, R. fireman, jumped from the city wharf for a swim this afternoon.. Not-being a good swimmer he drowned. Wilfred Foley, John Hor- neyand-another lad, jumped in to save Waterfield, but failed. .The police and fire department are using boats in an endeavor to recover the body. The father is in Saskatoon "A safe, gentle, inexpensive laxa- tive such as "Rexall Orderlies" kept in the home will pay the biggest divi- dends of any investment ever made." 15c and 25c, exclusively at Rexall Drug Stores. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Ijimitfcd, FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK s. o. i. BENEFIT GRAND LODGE IN SESSION Halifax. N. than 100 delegates have arrived in Halifax, from Vancouver, B. C., in the west, to Newfoundland in the east, to .attend the thirty-third session of the supreme lodge, Sons of England Benefit Soci- ety. The opening session will be held tomorrow afternoon when addresses of I welcome will be delivered Mayor' Martin, the president, and Mr. Justice Russell, representing the St. George's Society. Men of Sedentary all Orderlies the ideal action being gentle and natural. Sold only by Reiall Drug Stores, lac and 25c boxes. J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited, hogs, 111.10 to ?11.25; sheep, 18.00 to S8.50. Chicago: Steers 16.50 to J8.60: sows to 19.25; hogs 17.90 to 'sheep ?3.50 to 11.60. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Hudson's Company will offer undoubtedly the great- est Silk Bargains ever put forth Friday and Saturday of this week. SEE WINDOWS Robertson's Book Store Doing Business in Our New Store--- The Old Bentley Store Fifth Street, S. FARMERS! We handle Grain in any position! Saturday wr, Uikcd higher markets and urged farmers to hold off from selling their grow-' ing crop. Oct closed Saturday at today, Wednesday, Oct- ober is now Government report issued in the States yes- terday places their crop at 63.4. which Js the poorest report is- sued in years. Markets though strong should still show further gains and we will gladly give any information that we have. Phone us in for news. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J.-H. TALL1NG, Local Manager. PHONES 1580. .Residence 672. A NOVEL ATTRACTION IN AID OF RED CROSS Be Sure to Attend the Take Walk' R.N.W.M.P. Grounds Lethbridge, Thursday, August 10 COMMENCING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK DO YOUR BIT FOR THIS WORTHY CAUSE CASE THE RELIABLE f -Thrashing Machinery ilWrite, phone or call for p'rtces M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 651 Wheat Stocking acres of Wheat Stocking to let. 40 cents per acre. eats every day. 0. T. LATHROP GRASSY LAKE NOTICE! To My Customers and Friends I take this opportunity of thanking you for your support and kind assistance in the past. has helped to make my husiness a suc- cos. Owing to ill health I have to leave town for a while, and have therefore sold part of my interests to Messrs. Little Cain, thercby niaking it into a company, namely Tickner Co. Mr. Little will he manager during my ab- sence; We will he pleased to do all that is pos- sible for our, customers, and can assure them that they wjll have the same attention that" they 'have received in the past. Give .Tickner Co. a trial.. Ifo order too 'large, none to0 Yourstruly, E.J. TICKNER PUBLIC DANCING Every Tsics. and Sat. in K. of P. Hall GENTS 50c, LADIES FREE DANCING 9 to 12. Boultbn's Auto Livery Closed Car. Hospital and Train Calls a i Specialty. 1206-Phonc-1206 Hate to any part of City 1 Passenger 2 or 3 Passengers 50c ;