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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta I've Friends Galore, Yet want some more, Is the Cry of the Taylor Made ENGLISH MORELLO PRESERVING CHERRIES Aii extra fine lot in this moral J-ust about the hist we can cx- this reason. In most places tliey are over entirely for th'is one nhiec where they are not. These.arc ex- pect but we have discovered fine for preserving. Very Special, per crate THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 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- GRAI-N A MD LIVESTOCK Winnipeg, wheat closed 4iic up for Octtober, 451c up :for December and c better for May. Oats were up 54 c for October and Tic (or December. Barley gained 1 cent. Flax "was 4 cents better for October, 3% cents up for November and 4Uc advance for December. Minneapolis wheat closed 3% cents higher for September, 4 cents up for December and 4 centsjietier for May. A heavy trade in the morning and at the close took the volume a little be- yond the average. The market was often excited hut looked weak during the day. Heavy profit taking sales and a little short selling kept prices down till near the close, -n-hen they-j No. 1 No. 3 Nor.. .1551" Xo. 5 Nor...141% Feed......... Oats- No. 2 C. Ex. 1 Feed.. 50 Ti No. 2 Feed...... Barley- No. 3 No. '1 Nor...ISSii No. 4 No. 6 Nor. 129ii 124V4 No. 3 C. TV...50% No. 1 Feed.. 49% 40% i' Winnipeg. Ana. for completion of the new Manitoba i buildings were opened in public today, only one bulk tender being received, i I this being that of the J. McDairmid company, limited, for S3.12S.01S, a I I sum eciiml to the total original sue- cessful tender for the entire work, IA number of" tenders were put in for j parts of the contract and all were I referred to F. AV. Simon the architect. for report. Government officials claim that the high figures submitted are due to the increased price of ma- terial since contract was awarded. Government. calculation puts the final cost at in- eluding the amount already paid j Kelly, less what the government hopes ,io get back, plus worth of u-ork done on the building on the per- jcentage basis, by the J. McDairmid firm. Thomas Kelly and Sons have j filed a letter with the minister of public works offering to complete the building. "No. 4 Reier-red and Feed Flax- No. W. C. 199'i No. 2 C.. Minneapolis Wheat 160 Chicago Wheat Sept, 70% 160% Dec. began to cover in disgust. Most of Dec. the trade was professional in charac- ter. Spreaders had a good chance with Winnipeg relatively 2 and 3 cents higher than Chicago at times. Most 15314 154 Is of the news was bullish in tone. News from Liverpool continued" as support to the strong cables and they are ad- mitting that the foreigners will soon haveito buy in the United States mar- kets.- There was little export buying ;in the local market today. Exporters L bought heavily in the cash market but left the futures alone. Cash premiums are again high with an excellent demand for both wheat and'oats. SATURDAY LIVESTOCK Sd.50 to ers 85.75 to 56.00; cows to S5.55; hogs 511.15 to sheen 57.50 to SSfOO. 56.65 to ?S.90; cows to S9.50; hogs 5S.OO to sheep ?3.40 to 511.25. SIR F. W. BENSON DEAD, Aug. Sir Frederick William Benson, head of the British commission for purchase on this continent of horses and mules for war service, who had his headquar- ters in Montreal, died at 5.30 today at the Ritz-Carlton hotel, after an illness of two months from heart trouble. He was born at St. Catharines, Out., j August 2, 1849. lie was a Fenian raid veteran, and had served with distiuc-' tion as an officer in the' British rfrmy in India and in Egypt ami also in South Africa. His widow. Lady Ben- son, was the eldest daughter of. the 153% j late Sir G. E. Couper, Bart., K.C.S.I., 157% (and was born in Halifax. A funeral service "will be held at. St. George's church. Montreal, at 2.45 1 o'clock Monday, and the remains will j be shipped. Monday afternoon to St. j Catharines, where interment will take Grape Juice! Serve It .to Your Guests There is nothing more tempt- ing than Welch's Grape Juice. It's just the thing to serve to your guests during an afternoon or evening affair. Keep some in your home or call us up any time when you need a single bottle or more. PRICES: Pints, each Quarts Half Gallon, each 50c SSc Tke Red Cress Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Salvation Army A special meeting at the Salvation Army ..tonight, conducted by Cant. Dix- on, from the American side. Every one welcome. Returns from South lion Duncan Marshall, 'accompan- ied by his secretary Z. Mcllmogh, re- j turned from a tour of the south cojin- j try including Warner and Raymond Saturday evening, going north yester- day. For the Patriotic Fund The hon. treas. R. J. Ritchie Pat- erson acknowledges the receipt of from the Lethbridge "Herald" route boys, being their contribution for the month of July. For the 78th Battery One new man reported for the TStli battery this morning. William H, Izod, born in London, England. He served for two years in tlia 7th City of London Territorials and for one year with the 19th Alberta Dragoons. Ho enlisted at Edmonton where Lieut. Martin is now recruiting. Four other men from Calgary are coming down within a couple of days. PRICES 6.75: heif- .MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Oct.' May............ Oct.-...... Dec.............- Oct.________.....----- .Dec. Open Close ;4% 15514 155% 50% 50% ..201% 201H Winnipeg Cash Prices LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices -yyheat .....145% Wheat .....139? Oats ........43H Oats .......39 Flax.......181% Flax .......168 Barley 8SJ4 Barley 60 Sheep: Choice killing ewes, 7. LIVESTOCK PRICES f Choice steers. 5% to GU; fat cows to Sheep: Choice killing wetliera, Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 10% plate Wednesday. SEKER OF DUFF E Alexandra Lunch Counter Buffet Alexandra Bar has been trans- formed into a Lunch Counter and Buffet, Beautifully decorated and finished. NOW OPEN Meals Served at All Hours. Special Music All Day; New La.dy Singer Each Week, Will Sing Every Day. After today no other city or town along the Old Man river east of Leth- bridge will be able to point the finger of scorn at .us and tell us our sewage is contaminating Its water supply. For today the Duff Addition sewe_r diver- sion will be completed and tomorrow the sewage will be turned into the sewage disposal plant for treatment before passing into the river. The sewage from that part of the city has a separate outlet and when the sewage disposal plant was built a couple of years ago it wag found j that the connection could not be made without quite a lot of expense which the council did not care to un- dertake at that time. This Spring however, Commissioner Grace made provision for the expenditure in his estimates and now the work is com- pleted. It required the tunnelling of one hill and the building of a trestle to carry the pipe over a coulee. The work cost about Ubts Meeh in the Cburcbes At Scientist Wednesday at eight p.m. testimony meeting. At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday at and-the word. At 'he ladies of the church sesv at the Red Cross rooms every Mon day afternoon. At St. at 7.15. Junior Brotherhood of St. Andrew; 8 p.m., teachers' meeting. Wednesday at 8 p.m., intercessional service. Adult Bible discussion class at close of ser- vice. At St. Andrew's. Tonight at S, Young People's Society in the vestry, j Tuesday at 3 p.m V, M S at the home Take Care of Your Horses The hanTwork.of the harvest is commencing ana your horses wiHChave to .waijk" from early morning" Keep. .them., condition with STOCK TONIC Preaches at First Baptist At the First Baptist church yester- day the Rev. C. Baker, ot Yorkton, _gave two inspiring addresses. Mr. f Baker left this morning for Summer-, r [land, B. C., but will again visit the jeity and preach in the First Baptist j church on Sent. 3rd, on his return journey. At Fair, 1915 Bread 'baked, from OUB BEST FLOUR won first prize in open com- petition AVitli breatl baked i'rom all brands. This prize rear old girl. was won bv a twelve Only EXCEPTIONALLY sootl Hour will produce results of this kind. Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS BREAD, IT'S NOT CAKE. SOME BREAD IS SO RICH WITH SUGAR THAT YOU SOON TIRE OF IT. WE MAKE QUAKER BREAD TO BE EATEN THREE TIMES A DAY, DAY IN, DAY OUT AND NOT GET TIRESOME. 10 pound package' 25 pound pail We stock aii well known brands. 52.25 J. D. Higinhotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Drugglstt." The Stort Wholesale and .retail chemlsti TELEPHONE ,NO. 322 LIBERALS WILL MAKE STATEMENT RE PAR- LIAMENT BUILDINGS Ottawa, Aug. parliamentary reconstruction committee will reas- semble again at Ottawa tomorrow. It is anticipated that, during the confer-; ence which will follow, the Liheral members of comprising Hon. Dr. Pugsley. Hon. Rodolphe Le- i mieux and" Senator R'ohert Watson will i mbrnit a st-ateoent to the public in j connection with the whole question of: the raxing of the ruins, and the award- ing of the contract on the present bas- j is cost plus percentage Consider-j able speculation exists here as to the j nature.of the statement and the results j which will follow it. NOTE PAPER OUR STOCK .OF NOTE PAPERS IS VERY LARGE AND IN- CLUDES EATON, CRANE A'rJD PIKE'S FAMOUS PAPERS. YOU WILL GET THE BEST AT Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 118 5th STREET S. PHONE 1265 Ottawa. Aug. can be said a word" said Sir George Foster, minister of trade and (commerce, who has just returned from a lengthy so-'; journ in England, "that Great Britain has passed the stage of scarcity of munitions of war which for long' months placed her troops as well as those of her allies in a painful and costly contrast with the-force of the enemy." BORN Mr. and Mre. H. 0. Gil- lies. 112 2nd Avo. South, on Aug. 20lh, a son. II you have dandruff, baldness ft under way. Try the Rcxall "93" Hair Tonic, which all Rexall Drug Stores fully and ties. J. Higinhotham Co., .Limit- ed, .j. 3. MUNICIPALITIES CONVEN- TION IS ON .Montreal. Aug. an- of Mrs. Moodle 111 8th St niial meeting of the Union.of Wednesday afternoon, tne Aia Canadian Municipalities is De- annual picnic at Stafford's bottom. Conveyances leave church at 12 30 Thursday at 8 choir prtu-tico At 8pm prayer meeting. x ing held in the council chain- her here. Sessions will Ipst until Wednesday evening, SIR SAM BREAKS OUT IN FRANCE London. Aug. Sara Hushes, who 1ms arrived in Paris, is submitting to pretty extensive interviewing by the French press. Referring to his tour in France three years bach he says ,he then promised 000 Canadian troops if ever war bVoke out. Unequalled facilities for seem- ing reliabla information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private.yyiret to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCH. E. REESOR, Mjr. Phone 1699. CASE THE RELIABLE Threshing Machinery Write, phone or call fo; prices and terms. M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 651 t; Grace Coal Mine 10 Miners Wanted GOOD ROOMS VENTIL- ATION'.. STEADY WORK APPLY GRACE COAL MINE LETHBHIDGE FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L. S. BROWN MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINT- ING AT.THE FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 HEAR STAFFORD BLOCK AUCTION SALE OF Furniture on .FruUiy, Aug. 25th nt 72J Street SJ LETHBRIDGE AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP 3 mattresses, 6 iron bedsteads. 6 springs, 2 kitchen Ubies, 1 withstand, 1 four-hole cook stove, 1 three-hole tireless cook- ,7 kuchen chairs, 1 large car- pet, 2 rugs, 2 washtube, Z pair curtains and poles, ,1 pair pi lows, 1 new map of Western Canada, 2 baby carriages, 1 horse-clipping machine, 1 large clipper grinder, 1 heavy vice, 6 good water barrels, 100 feet of lawn hose, 1 set of light driving harness. A large number of useful mechanic's loOii, inOVeii anu marly other articles, TERMS CASH. J, A. SMITH Auctioneer With the 1SEW FORD at You Get Ford Service -'NufSaid The Ford Garage r 1232 3rd Avenue Soulh. Phone 633. ;