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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta i I've Friends Galore, Yet want some more, Is the Cry of the Taylor Made ENGLISH MORELLO PRESERVING CHERRIES An oxi.ni fine lot in this about (lie hist we can ex- pect I bis'season. .In most places they tire t'or bins-year but we have discovered one place 'wiiere they are are ex- ceptionally fine for preserving. Very Special, per crate THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 MARKETS Edison Phonographs COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW EDISON DIAMOND AMBEROLA. THE LATEST THING IN PHONOGRAPHS. NO NEEDLES. INDESTRUCTIBLE RECORDS. THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487. FOR BILL POSTIXG DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L. S. BROWX MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINT- ING AT THE Acting Police Chief David Archibald, Toronto, stopped the Sunshine circle raffle for. an automohile. NEW BRITISH ZEPPELINS ARE FASTER THAN London, Aug. Dally Ex- press features an article by its naval expert on "Our New Zeppelins" which says: "Dunns the last week I have watch- ed the great British airships at work, and. although T am unable to qiako practical comparisons with the Ger- man Zeppelins, our new airships cer- tainly seem marvellously rigid and beautifully designed. Mariners, who have" made- close "observations of Ger- man consider our new air- ships capable of being handled more readily, of finer model and altogether less cumbersome than, the German type. The British airships, morover attain an amazingly high speed." PREPAREDNESS! Why not prepare for a good position X During the past term we hare received many more calls for Office Help than -we could fill. to fill such a position you must be TBAI2TED.' Fail Term Opening Our regular Fall Term opens on Tuesday, September 5th. Call or -write for further information. During July and. August only, the school is open from 8 a.m. till 1 p.m. Evening classes, Monday and'Thursday, 7.30 to 9.30. Garbutt Business College .411 StrvSt. S., Lethbfldge Residence Phone 1531. A. M. FISHER, Principal By OUR CREDIT worthy student may pay for his or her tuition after graduating, Winnipeg. Auc. up 4 cents for October, for December and May. Oats were cents bet- ter for October and Ts cent tetter for December. Barley was cents better for October. Flax was up for all three options. Minneapolis wheat was 1U cents up for Septem- ber, cents for December and cents advance for May. All markets developed in strength after opening and though profit taking was heavy all day sales easily ab- sorbed. was In the hands of the professional element. A big amount of wheat changed hands In jthe mixed markets, and outside inter- est was about evenly divided. From today's trade it would seem as if'most of the crowd, had lost confidence when wheat iiasse'l the SI .si) mark. Wbeat worked a little from higher on profit taking. Exporters created anile a stir in the cash markets. They began holding agaiust each other and as the receipts were light, the premiums shot up from to ISc better. All exporters and many of the millers were good buy- ers. The demand in oats was also excellent with the shipper doing a good trade. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor...lS5Vi No. Nor...152% No. 3 Nor. 14S No. 4 Nor...l41'i No. 5 Nor...lS6'i No. S Oats: No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W. 49% No. 1 Feed 49 No. 2 Feed 4S% No 3 .......T9 No. 4 .......75 Rejected and teed 69 Flax No. 1 NVVV.C. 195 No. 2 C. W. 192 FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October ......149 149% December...... 146 May 15! .151 Oats: October........... 49% December 47% 47% Flax: October 19C 197% December 196H 197% Minneapolis, wheat September la Chicago, wheat September 145% December......... 150H May........ 152 FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers 56.40 nep- ers to J5.75: cows, 55.00 tg. ?5.oO hogs ?11 to sheep Si.50 'to j Chicago: Steers to 58.00: cows 13.70 to hogs ?S 2j to 80 sheep to 111 >o Just Arrived! The New No. 2CrFohliiig, Autographic Brownie Camera Makes Pictures inches. This new size is bound to be one of the most popular of the Brownie family. Come in and let us show" it to you. Price With R. R. Lense, Other Brownies from to Kodaks from to The Red Cross Drug Book Co., United PHONE 555. WEATHER Letlibridge, cloufiy 'Kamloops...... Nelson, rain Edmonton, fair Red Deed, cloudy Calgary, fair Macleod, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy Moose Jaw, clear 4n .30 .71 .64 .05 Portage La Prairie, cleat- 94 .05 44 47 61 64 44 .14 54 .44 46 44 GO Winnipeg, fair i Medicine Hat, Fair..... Brandon, fair......... Regiua. cloudy........ BaUleford, cloudy...... Piirt Arthtr, cloudy..... Weather 1ms, been very warm in Manitoba with thunderstorms in a few localities. i Saskatchewan has been cooler with some rain. Alberta has been cooler with consid- erable rain. .Forecasts' local showers or i thunderstorms today, but partly fair and cooler. Sunday fair and cool with i j local frosts at night. I I Alberta and and cool today and on Sunday, with local night frosts. Alexandra Lunch Counter Buffet E Alexandra Bar has been trans- formed into a Lunch Counter and Buffet, beautifully decorated and finished, OPENS NEXT WEEK Meals Served at All Hours. Special Music All Day. New Lady Singer Each Week, Will Sing Every Day. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wagon Prices Wheat 140K .Wheat 133 Oafs 41% Oats "8 Flax 179 Has 168 Barlej Barley 60 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to 6Vi; fat cows 5H to Sheep: Choice killing wethers, Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 10% "Gbd Bless the Duke of Argyle" HIGINBOTHAM'S ''TRENCH" POWDER The friend of the men in The Trenches or in ..the Threshing Gang. Kills head lice, crab lice or body lice within ten minutes of application. Either dusted on or suspended from the neck in a muslin bag On receipt o'f 25c we will for ward a packet bj insured mail, post paid to any boy at the front Enclose number and regiment. Write plainly. Prepared Exclusively by J. D. Higinbothatm Co. Limited "Alberta's Pionee Druggists." The JHon CITY AND DISTRICT For Patriotic Fund The hop. treas. R. J. Ritchie Pater- son acknowledges the receipt of from Mrs. I. M. Hanson of Turin, also 51.20 from.Mrs. C. S. Macguire. W. T. Cook Dead that Cook, for a couple of years with TV.' J. Nelson Co. staff, died in that city a few days ago. He was compelled to leave Alberta owing to a break down in his health. Sports Committee to Meet The cnairmen of all Labor 'Day sports committees will meet in the Labor .hall on Sunday, afternoon at 3 o'clock. Lawn Social A lawn social will be held on the i grounds of the old St. Patrick's church on Thursday evening next. jTheie Hill be musit, ice cream and 'games and other entertainment pro- vided. To Preach Here Rev M B. Ryan of Caigary, supt. of'missions, arrived in the city frqm Spokane this morning and will preach at the Christian church, tomorrow, at both1 morning and evening serv- ices. Discussing Plans At a meeting held last evening in Johnson and Ritchie's law offices, at which representatives of the three pa- triotic societies were present, to- gether with representatives of the Trades and Labor Council, plans for the Day snorts were The sports will include a big patriotic demonstration and parade. 'wholesale ar.d retail cr-em TELEPHONE NO. 322. Lieut. Baker, Canadian engi neers who lost his sight and won both British and French decoration for a brave deed, arrived at Kingston, aC companied by his brother 3ergt Wil bur Baker. Lieut. Baker intends fol- lojving iiis of electrical en gineer and is bright and hopeful of the future. Hardware Firm The Consumers Hardware Co., a opened for business iu [the stand'on 5th street next to Hig- inbOtUam's dnyj' store. The new concern has a mil line of hardware supplies and occupies the whole of the .building, including both storeys, and the basement. G.. B. Mo.rris, who has beeri in the hardware business for several years in Guelph, Out., will be in charge They All Like It Boys and guls hkp to buy tbeii ice cjcain bore. Take a tip fiom them. Tho} Empire UifectiHery M. BEATON PROP In our new parlor Ixsldt the Orphsum.' l FURNACES AND f Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Auto men Visit City F. J.- Slight, general manager of the Willys-Overland Ltd.; o( West To- ronto, Out., L. B. Martin', manager Chapln Co., Calgary and H. C. .Hersey of Calgary, factory representative for Alberta called today on D. S. Williamson Co., local agents for Overland cars. Mr. Slight expressed llirAselt.as very well pleased with last season's sale of Overlands in this, section hut also made the statement thaflfflfre cars will lie placcd-ln South- ern'Alberta next year than ever be- fore; Grace Coal Mine 10 Miners Wanted GOOD ROOMS. AND VENTIL- ATION. STEADY APPLY.. GRACE COAli MINE LETHBRIDGE LAWN SOCIAL SUPPER IN ST. PATRICK'S OLD CHURCH GROUNDS. Thursday Evening, August 24th MUSIC, ICE CREAM, GAMES, ETC. SUPPER FROM 6 to 8 ADMISSION FREE Tickets for Supper 35c At Vancouver Fair, 1915 "BrcncV Imjvccl from OUR BEST FLOUll won first prize in open com- petition with, broad baked 1'rom all brands. This prize was won by a twelve year old girl. Only EXCEPTIONALLY good-Hour, will produce results of this kind. Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD THE SALT WE USE IN QUAKER BREAD IS THE FIN- EST DAIRY SALT. WE COULD USE COMMON SALT, IT WOULD BE CHEAPER, BUT BY USING THE BEST WE NEVER HAVE A COMPLAINT ABOUT LUMPS OF SALT IN THE BREAD. IT PAYS. NOTE PAPER OUR STOCK OF NOTE PAPERS IS VERY LARGE AND IN-. CLUDES EATON, CRANE AND PIKE'S FAMOUS PAPERS. YOU WILL GET THE BEST AT RobertsonY Book Store 11S 5th STREET S. OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE 1265 N-J-SCHWEITZER PROPRIETOR 1175 MAROU'ERITE''CLARK in "Molly Make-BtllcW'. at .Slarland, Monday and '_________ HUN PIRATE'HONORED 'ISA-Writer Forst- mann, a de'nniuj' sfib-cornniamler, has heen granted tho order Pour lo Merit Have you imoktd Cigars tattly? AUGTIOK SALE Furniture on Friday, AHR. 25th at "21 3rd Htrecl S. LETHBRIDGE AT 2 SH4RP 3 mattreues, 6 Iron tetfrteidl, 6 sprlngi, 2 kitchen 1 waihttand, 1 four rcook stovs. 1 three hole flreleM cool- er, 7 kitchen chain, car pet, S rugl, 2 wasHtubt, Z pair curtalni and polei, 1 pilr pit 11 new map of, Weilern Canada, 2 baby carriages, (1 horse-clipping mauhlne, 1 large clipper jrinder, 1 -heavy vice, 6 good water karreli, 100 feet of lawn hose, 1 set of tight driving harness. A large number of useful mechanic's tools, shovels and many other articles. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH -Auctioneer ;