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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta � ; � � HIQH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta You'll Smile when you bake Bread that will always be '"jake From the Flour That's Taylor Made B. C. Preserving Apricots "Wo liavo an extra larue lot lluit n re supposed to arrive tomorro-sy. The s(\'i8uii is al)()iit over and the priees a re certainly as low as avc expect to see tlieiii this year. . This Lot. Special per 4 l)asket crate...........\........... $1.75 DO YOUR APRICOTS UP NOW OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE good co, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 iinard's Ferkdipt ChBcolates TME'MOST DEtlCIOUS CHOCOLATE ON THE MARKET. In-bulk'St SOc-per pound. In boxes at 35c to $2.C0 each. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DAkLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. AV^ERE TO GO FOR Roofing, TinsmHhiDg, Furnaces, Gas and Ste%m Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWAHE CO. PHONE 762 People's Forum AN ANSWER TO C. W. LOWTHER Editor of the Herald: Dear Sir,-In aoEwer to C. W. Low-tber's letter in Friday's Issue, 1 would thank you for space to reply to same and I may say every one will agree with him when he states he is not an engineer, a fact obvious to any of your readtru. His remarks re our natural fll'sr beds ars abiiCiinl for an/ tnan with local knowlndge of nature of t;iit eaconntered here !:i Hood times. . I wonder If 'sl\: Lowther ever figur ed -what the late epidemic oo4t ihe city. It is evident he was not on? rf lUe onlortuhata ones. For hJa inform-\ ation I enclose figures from our local ! press and approximate cost of same: ' Number of cases............. 119 Coat to city ................. �1,000 Cost to individuals at low estimate, ?2.T................... 2,975 Assuming half of them were were wage earners. 6 weeks (lowest) wages at\$2.50 per day for 60 men ............. 5,400 Lobs of life value uuestimable. The above figures are taken on lowest wages paid in this city, and I think your readers will agree that the estimate is very low. "His knowledge of dynamite is also on a par with other atatements made. He evidently intends to erase from the map this city which some of our citizens have had so much trouble to place there. If Mr. Lowther would extend his reading he would find that the proposed system does and is regularly removing 97% of the typhoid germ in cities where established, and his reference to Alderman Fawkes' statement "�SVinnipeg. Aug. 15. - �Winnipeg wheat closed 3 cents higher for October. 3% cents higher for December, and 3>i cents belter for May. Oats ) were %c up tor October and %q higher for December. Barley dropped nic. Flax was a-TiJc better for October. II4C higher for November and 4',.iC^for December. .Minneapolis wheat was 5Vi cents higher for September option, 5 cents higher for December option and 4v8 cents better for .May option. All markets ended In a closing rally which took quotations up to the high points. The margin of fluctuation was widest in Winnipeg, being nearly 10 cents. Wheat looked e.\ceptionally weak in the morning on very much lower cablfes and the report on the Saskatchewan crop did n*t help. The statistics were also on bear side. Within 30 minutes wheat had broken more i than it did all day Monday. Snov.-I sent out a very bullish report which turned the tide compiBtely. It started a strong bullish sen^timent which took wheat up nearly 10 cents. The trade was entirer>- speculative. The } smallest amount of'straight buying of j the month took place. The exporters j refused to trade until the prices set-i tied down. The public, commission I men and others had a great time scalping and spreading in one of the heavie.=it trades of the season. The cash demand was inditterent. Oats were poor and only the first grades * of wheat were wanted. Engineered by Germans London, Aug. 15.-The Daily Telegraph today says that the opinion is \ ["freely expressed m the local wheat! market that the rise in wheat prices ! was the result of a conspiracy on the J part of the German-Americans in Chi- ] cago to force prices up and embarrass the entente allies. "The rise is wheat is condemned Iiere as unnecessary," says the Daily Telegraph "and the whole business .seems to have been engineered in America." It is Easier to Talk Than Wajk When you netd something from our store, don't think that It Is necessary for you to make a special trip down town. When you vyartt drugs or some-thing to add to your comfort or convenience dont hesitate to Call 555 Our free delivery service Is at your command and we want you to use It freely. Tke Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limilei PHONE 555. SEE PICIURES OF CANADA'S FORCES AI THE ORPHEUM Everyone in the city who can possibly find it convenient to do so, should turn out to the Orplieum theatre tonight "to lionr /iio lecture by Corp. White D.C.M., and see the pictures of Canada's fighting forces, both at home and abroad. Corp. White is ] one of the Canadian lieroes of Vpres and his lecture Is intensely interesting. Besides seeing some good pictures and hearing some good yarns, Lethbridge citizens will be honoring} this hero by turning out in large num-1 i hers. The pictures show Canada's � I forces overseas, and there is also a j reel of Sarceo camp pictures. Don't I fail to see them. Corp. White will be here for tonight and tomorrow night with the pictures at the Or-pheuni. At Vancouver Fair, 1915 Bread 1)akcd from OUR Bl-lvST 1^'LOIIR Avon first prize in open competition Avith bread Ijakcd from all brands. ^. . 1, This \iv\zc. Ava-f? Avon, by a tAvelvc year old girl. Only EXCEPTIONALLY good flour will produce results of this kind. Ellison Milling & Elevator Co visiting Hat I Superintendent Pennefather of the Mounted Police is visiting the Medicine Hat post today. JOHN GIIMORE'S QUAKER BREAD PEOPLE ARE BEGINNING TO ARRIVE HOME FROMTHE HOLIDAYS SPENT IN ALL PARTS OF THE WEST AND THEY 'are TELLING OUR DRIVERS ,THAT it IS GOOD TO GET HOME AND GET A PIECE OF GOOD BREAD AGAIN. The Modern Totiic" Announcement The ladies of the Christian church are holding an ice cream social on Friday evening on the lawn just west of the church. FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October ........... December ......... .May.............. Oats: Oct ber ............ December.......... Fla.v: October ........... 13C^ 135 140 145 V4 142% 146's 47 4S% 4514 \ 46% 196 December.......... 194 FOR ^BILL POSTING bslSTRIBUTION OF BOOKLETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L.S.BROWN MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINT-ING AT THE HERALD.-L.8.B. leads me to assume that he knows as Barley: Oct. mur:h as himself, for it is a fact, it Minneapolis: (requires no extra help. September ... His remarks re chemists are again Chicago: In line with the rest of his letter. I September . .. refer him to the local press, where our | December .. . sanitory inspector is in Edmonton. I Ma;. taking a coarse to make him capable of analyzing our water at any time. In answer to his last paragraph.: No. 3 Nor... 141 playing tha Held act, etc. 1 have not! No. 5 Nor...l31i4 the pleasure of knowing Mr. Lowther, | Oats: but feel certain by his letter that at; No. 2 C. W....... halt Mr. Grace's salary that would be No. 3 C. W. 141 13fiij 1391,4 143 , 199?i 199 7614 149% 142 145% 149% Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor...148% No. 2 Nor...l46V4 No. 4 Nor... 134Vl No. 6 y.0.. .119V4 ............. 481/8 461/8 K We have received another shipment of thiS-tonlc v.?hich is cspeciaXy recommended for loss of appetite, physical exhaustion, general weakness and that tired feeling. WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. $L00 a bottle J. D. Higinbolbain & Co. -- Limited Druggists." Promoted to Corporals Word has been received in the city by relatives that Bombardiers Harold Hamilton and Fred Downer, who left here with the 39th Battery, have been promoted to corporals. Fine Tomatoes Two rows of fine tomatoes are to be seen in the Mounted Police hot-' house garden. The plants carry sev-; oral bushels of fine green fruit, part of which is beginning to ripen. White Honse Cook Book...........$L06' Bostt)n Cook Book........____.. $2.00 :\[r?^.' Beaton's Cook Book..........$2.50 Holt's Care and Feeding- of Children... $L00 Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND IIS 5th STREET S. PH0NE"1265 a "Albert-Va Pioneer The Wholesalti and � retail cbemlit* TELEPHONE NO. 322 S. O. E. Meeting Sons of England (White Rose) will meet in S. O. E. hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at- 8 o'clock. All niem-! I;er8 are renuested to attend. Wesley School Picnic The annua'. Wesley Sunday school picnic will be hold tomorrow afternoon at the lake. The children are requested to meet at Wesley hall at 2.30 sharp. There will be races and various kinds of sports. The parents are invited. FOUR DROWN WHEN TWO VESSELS COLLIDE Halifax, N. S.. Aug. 14.-The Norwegian steamer Porghlld arrived here this morning and reported the sinking it) miles southwest of Seal island of the Gloucester fishing vessel Oriole, bound home with a full cargo of fish. The Oriole was rammed by the Pro-ghlld during a dense fog late on Saturday night. Four of her crow were drowned. twice as much as he has earned, and' Extra No. 1 Feed ........... 46V6 consequently dear at any price to this city. Retter wait. Jlr. I.owther. till the taxpayers nominate you to .solve our troubles. Yours faithfully, Lloyd. AUCTION SALE No. 1 Feed Barley: .No. 3 ........ No. 4 ......... Rejected ...... Flax: No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. W. .. 45% 7S 74 68 197 193% OF Household Furniture On THURSDAY, AUGUST 17th at 1020 Second Aveiuie A. North W. L WILSON, Auctioneer^ 18 FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM J. P. UNSWORTH, ESQ., WHO IS LEAVING FOR EASTERN CANADA TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 three-piece mahogany parlor suite, upholstered In silk; 1 heavy oak rocker; centre tablet; 1 ladies' secretaire; 1 velvet pile carpet aquare; 1 oak Jardinere atand; 1 electric reading lamp; 1 pair portleree; 2 very choice oil paintings; 1 sur. oak bilffet, with heavy bevel plate glass mirror; 1 round extenaloji table, pedestal; 1 sst oak dinars, upholstered In leather; 1 tapestry square; 1 heavy white enamel iron bed, brats trimmings; spring and mattress; 1 Chlffloner; 1 white enamel Iron bed, complete, 1 electric Iron, 1 H�mrn9olf', ^ drop head,sewl.ng machine; .1 six hole.range with high efotet and hot water connection (MoClary's Saskalta.); 1 kitchen table, wringers, tubs, blinds, curtains, dishes, kltRhi utensils, etc. �, SPECIAL-NOTICE-5 hens and 1 cockerel, thoroughbred, silver Ucsd Wyandotte*. Also about ,12 spring chickens of the same breed. * GOOd� CAN BE SEEN ANY TIME NOW. TSRM8 CASH NO RESERVE -VAUCTIONEER''s OFFICE: Corner 4th' and 6th Ave. 8, Phone 1856 or 1023, MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers Sfi to |6.7o: heifers $6 to $5.75; cows $5.35 to $5.65; hogs, $11.10 to $11.50; sheep, $7.50 to $8. Chicago: Steers $6.65 to $8.70; cows $3.60 to $9.35; hogs $8.'!0 to $10.55; sheep $6.50 to $11.00. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices TRACK PRICiiS; Wheat.................,.. 133% Oats....................... 39% Flax ...................... 181 Wagon Prices: Wheat................... 128 Fla.x....................... 171 , Oats....................... 38 Barley .................... 57 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to 6%. Fat cows, 6% to 6. Sheep - Choice killing wethers, sheared, IVj. Sheep-Choice killing ewes, sheared, 7. Select hogs, 150-200 lbs, 10. FURNACES and Sheet Metal Work American Tournament Tomorrow In connection with the Red Cross garden party tomorrow, afternoon at the barracks, an American tournament wl! be held at the city tennis courts,' \ j under th^ dii-tection of M. S. McArthur. � I Tlie tournament will start promptly 11 at 2 o'clock, but tiiose coming later up till 4 o'clock, will bo arranged for. An entrance fee of 25 cents will be charged, which will be given to the Red Cross. Geo. R. Dixon & Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK (iracc Coal Mine 10 Miners Wanted GOOD ROOMS, AND VENTILATION. STEADY WORK APPLY GRACE COAL MINE LETHBRH3GE Leaves For Coast James Thompson of the Y.M.C.A., of which institution he has been physical director ami general secretary for two years, leaves Cor the coast tomorrow where he will tafie up hia residence. Mr. Thompson wil be greatly missed at the "Y" which he has directed successfully for the past year. He has offers from the Y.M.CA. institutions at Vancouver, Victoria and New Westmina-tor. Grain Handled in Any Position iWq arc in close connection with export trade and by d./jaling Avith us 3^ou save, seAxral ralddle-nien's profits. United Grain Prodiicers, Ltd tEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONALD BLOCK Harvest Work Men wishing to work In bar--vest fields should come to Lethbridge between 15th and 25th of August. WE GUARANTEE WORK AT GOOD WAGES J. Harris & Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE "OFFICER 666' FARCE. IS a RIPPING QOOC MONTREAL GLASGOW DIRECT I Large steamera. Excellent service. Cassandra ............... Aug. 22 AthenIa ................. Sept. 12 SaturnIa ................ Sept. 19 Cassandra ............... Sept. 26 Tickets and other Information from any railroad or atearashlp agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. ..... . 'Ill � 1 NOTICE TO PUBLIC :Any articlqs left In the Street-Cars must be claimed before noon tomorrow, AJguBt 16th, or they.win be sold by auction at li,30 p.m. _  Oowm(l(*Joner. Charged With Stealing Colt Before Suporiutendonl I'ennel'ather at the Mounted Police Barracks yesterday L. S. McAiliBter was committed for trial on a charge of stealing a colt fron> D. W. inman: According to the| evidence tlio accused was taking a colt | belonging to Inman from T^ln Butte to Pincher cnecki'It Is alleged'that he told, Inraan the colt dfed on the way. Evidence fo;- the prosecution, however, went to show that the coltj was sold for ton dollars by the accused. C. F. Harris a�i>peared for the defense'and H. W. Church tor the prosecution. X 'k. 1.-208-1 Have you amoked lately? 'Noblemen" Cigars the: white lunch cafe Nevidy-renovated and Enlarged In order \o accomodate our increasing number oi' patrons Ave have enlarged our quarter-sand added A Moqernly-Equipped Dining Rooip 1 The Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City Now THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE> FIFTH STREET ;