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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS telephone 1312 central CCMFORTAflLS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 � Day Hotel in Albert* Always At Your - Call - Taylor-made Sold Out at 9 o'clock This Morning the 200 cases peaches WE advertised in the paper YESTERDAY AND WE COULD HAVE sold twice as many more uefore noon if wc had THEM. Specials for Tomorrow we have SOME very special prices on california CRAWFORD peaches, WASHINGTON peach plums. cooking apples in half BOXES and BRITISH columbia APRICOTS FOR tomorrow and we would advise you to order EARLY IF YOU WANT any of THESE. Pride of Alberta Mother's Favorite 75 (asks washington peachPLl ms Fine for preserving. Kxtra special. �)|� Pit crate ............................ ! ii). basket?. Each ...... THE High Class Grocers m casks california cka wf1�# D british columbia blackberries. These are now arriving dally in the finest condition. If yon contemplate preserving any. now is 50c ime.nt!= $2.90 GOOD CO. the time. Per crate, 24 baskets. Phone 525 OUUfBtvST Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize erery cent in it for yea,. and get your returns promptly. WRITE CR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 14*4 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & D9WLER GRAIN and Commission M�rch�Bte CalHryta*�>**nt**^�L*tt*hriaife Ovr entire organlaatlott U at yosar terries oad with oar exjor-leaco we cu safely guarantee to a~et you the best prices far joer grala at any Urn* aai ear aay grade or kind of grata. Phone M 1�22 Calgary t Par Oftlos IMS LothbrMge I Quota. Ilea. Hit Lethbrldge) Veoa. ee Our Agents who are In your ellatrlat. J. A. OUMMINQ LothbrMge Manager CALL US For Harvest Help cox & CO. 330 FIFITH STREET 8. PHONE 180S BRITISH SAILORS PAY TOLL FOUND On 6th Strset S. Off 3rd Ave, Opposite Bank of' Montreal: ' Attractive, Clean and Up-to-Date BARBER SHOP WESTBROOK BROS.  ' (Formerly Barbers for W. A. Ott.)   London; August 20.-Since the outbreak of the war 6627 officers and men of the British mercantile marine exclusive of those in the pay of the admiralty' have lost their Uvea, according to a statement in the commons this afternoon by Sir Albert Stanley, president ot the board of trade.  Shampooing, Combings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 TWISTED. Tli'is Spoonerism was committed by a clergyman while reading the morning lesson-And presently the wig tree tlthcred away. u------------______________....._________ �. i UNDERTAKING ONE WORD Will suffice to draw attention to the nature of our business and a few more to the. ,fac,t. that all calls, whether sent in day or night, are answered promptly. Our services have proved highly satisfactory in all  � ' cases 'whore 'we have been retained and FUNERALS CONDUCTED by us are marked by a per fection of dotail that is unsurpassed. We are the oldest established firm In Southern Alberta and carry the largest stock at most reasonable prices. , Our motor equipment places us in a position to do both country and city work cheaper than by using horses. T.S.FETTERLY 334 Sixth Street South Phones 561 and 1176 1 Winnipeg, Aug. 22.-There was a further falling off in the demand for cash wheat today, and Thursday's buyers were eagerly looking tor sellers. 7or straight grades there was a very indifferent enquiry, while for tho off grades there was practically none. Cash oats were in fair demand, and No. 2 C. \V. was traded in at the October price. Future trading was largely confined to the oat market. Most of the business la this cereal being done at around Tuesday's prices, but a little higher price prevailed at the close. October and November flax were lower than the previous closing quotations, and transactions were few. . October wheat opened three cents higher, but sagged during the session. Trading was slow. Winnipeg cash prices closed unchanged. October wheat closed 2 cents down. October oats %c up, December "dc up, and May 'V,c higher. .October flax 1 cent down, November lVfcc lower, and December i%c lower. Barley was unchanged. Futures. Winnipeg Wheat - October......... Oats-October ....... December ... Flax- October ... ... . November ...... December ...... Minneapolis- September ..... Winnipeg Cash Prices. Wheat-No. 1 Nor... 240 No. 2 Nor...240 No. :! Nor...240 . Nq. 4 Nor...236 No. 5 Nor...21S No. 6 Nor...193 Feed.......................172 Oats-No. 2 C.W... 63% No. 3 C.W... 61% Extra No. 1 feed .............. 61',{, No. 1 feed ................... 59^ No. 2 feed ................... 58% Flax-No. 1 N. W. C................334 No. 2 C.W...329 No. 3 C.W.319 217 213 62% 63% 5$% 333 334 327 ' 327% 323 212 211 LOCAL MARKETS .... . < i �.. �.......... Grain A Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....- Oats ......54 Flax ......- Barley .....- ------ ... LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%c; choice 6%c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 16c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes; sheared, 9a W�gor- Prices Wheat .....220 Oats......55 Flax......295 Barley .....100 cows, Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH 3UGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDCR ENGIMEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Gutters and Leaders Should Be Looked After Properly If they leak or do not drain properly much damage to the house itself is more than likely to result. Have us go over your roof drainage equipment to see if it does not need replacing . in whole or in part. Don't wait until stormy weather sets in. Have us do tho work now before any damage has been done. . THE DIXON SHOT METAL CO. Rear. Stafford Slock. Lethbrldge.-Alt*. TEETHING and the HEAT are BAD for BABY Many People think that any remedy that quiets the baby is bound to be all right. They don't stop to consider that many remedies contain dangerous opiates When baby is restless and irritable because of teething use NYAL'S TEETHING LOTION and NYAL'8 TEETHING POWDERS, These are pleasant to use and certain in results withe :t the danger of harming baby's health. Price 25c each Tie Red (Cross Drug & Book Co., Liaile. PHONE SB*. CITY AND DISTRICT Police Magistrate F. W. Brown, of Bow Island, has been gazetted a police magistrate. Commissioners for Affidavits A. F. S. Tatum, of Lethbrldge, E. c. Cranstoun, of Nobleford, Thos. Tread-way, of Chanfpion, have been appointed commissioners for taking affidavits. Suffragette Row In the city police court this morning Annie Woloscyuk and Lena Wplosky appeared on a chargo of creating a disturbance. They were bound over to keep the peace. ALL HER own. A different implement He-What! Another new dress? She-You needn't be cross, bought It with my own money. Ho-Where did you got it? She-I sold your fur overcoat. Red-nosed Tramp-Lady, kin I cut your grass fer a meal? I'm a first-class lawn mower. Lady-Go away! You look moro like an old rake. Special "y" Meeting There is a special meeting ot all senior members of the Y.M.C.A. tonight in the auditorium at 8 o'clock sharp. As very important matters will be discussed, a prompt and full attendance is asked for. Was Taken iii Mr. A. D. Lamont, officer in charge of the government employment bureau, has been taken ill and has had to suspend his duties for the time being. A relieving officer arrived this afternoon. HOW TO MAKE Good Pictures A BOOK FOR THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER The experts who wrote this book lived every line of it-ea"Ch chapter is the result of years of actual experience. Consequently, "How to Make Good Pictures" deals little with theory, much with fact and is authentic to the last detail. Profusely illustrated. the PRICE "How to Make Good Pictures," paper covers ............ 25c Library edition, cloth bound $1 J. D. Higiobotham & Co -- Limited ' 'Alberta's Pioneer Druggists** The Buying Police Mounts A purchase of six horses from the Pincher Creek district completes the buying which the provincial police have been doing, and every detachment except the Banff detachment will now be fully equipped with mounts.- Calgary News-Telegram. A Good Lecture Commissioner and Mrs. Sowton, the Salvation Army leaders for Western Canada will be coming to Lethbrldge on the 28th, to conduct a special service. The commissioner will deliver a lecture entitled "India under two flags." He will bo dressed in Indian costume. Do not fail to hear him. Fall Opening DAY SCHOOL-Tuesday, September 4ili. NIGHT SCHOOL- Thursday, September titli. all commercial subjects taught by the most up-to-date methods We have had many more calls than wc could fill during the past yea'r, particularly for young men who were capable, shorthand writers and typists, and in addition had a good practical knowledge of bookkeeping. During the coming year we expect this demand will be even greater, for both young men and young women, owing to the fact that few will come this way from the q United States; in fact many young men will cUG {iSffiblClH ,IU ,'ctt,ru'I1B tH answer the call to the U. S. Army. qo^ * call, write OR phone for Efficient School information. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE business phone 1315, RESIDENCE phone 1531 411 eighth street south, lethbridge New School District Sections 23, 24, 25, 2fi, 35 and 3fi in Township 4 Range 1^'; and Sections 1 and 2 in Township 5 Range 23 west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District under the name of The Bradshaw School District No. 3521 of the Province of Alberta. Senior Trustee: J. R. Farran, Magrath. Office Stationery underwood typewriters, f. & e. check writer, chicago pencil sharpener, office furniture, typewriters overhauled, cleaned and repaired. everything for the office Everall & Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. -i 1 Goes East Mayor Hardie goes east tonight to attend tho annual convention of the Union of Canadian municipalities at London. As the mayor is now vice- \ president of the organization, it up- ; pears likely that he will hold the presidency next year, and if so Leth- ] bridge will very likely be chosen us � the place of meeting in 1918. Tho j mayor has hopes of bringing this to | pass. I british house takes recess Wholesale an* retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. tU ANXIOUS TO PLEASE Little Klsle bad great difficulty in remembering her prayer . Tho other night after repeating it with tho assistance of lior mother, she looked up and said: "Mamma, won't tho Lord be real pleased when I