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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEfL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL CCMFORTAflLI Stop, stand, look both ways; Be on guard, the wise man says. Take no chance--it never pays. HOTEL WINDSOR Bm SI MtDty H.t.li. AlbwU Use Taylor Made Get the Book Buying Habit A book a week is a small matter and the cost nominal; but keep it up far a year and you'll have something worth while. Start now by buying one or more of our popular books, selling for 85c each. THE KENNY & ALL1N CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationer* Next Dallas Hstal Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realise every eeti in it for yoa. and eet your re-turns promptly. . WRITE CR PHONI Office' Phona 1313 Residence Phona *�* N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDCE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN mni Commission MsrcliMts Calfry~edmawtew Lsthfcfldfo Oar antlra onpwltaUoa la at jtoer aerviee ao4 with our axpar-toaea we can safely �ma rente* to sat you tfee baat prlcaa ler yew grata aft any time aaft far any grade or kind of Phen* M 1122 Calaary \ Offloa UN Lethbrlde* I 1B11 LathkrMga) aa Our Aganta who ara in yew dlatriat. v J. h. OUMMINQ LaUibrldae Manager CALL US For Harvest Help cox & CO. 330 FIFITH STREET S. PHONE 1808 FOUND Oa Sth Street 8. Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. Attractive, Clean and Up-to-Date BARBER SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. (Formerly Barbara for W. A. Ott.) ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in the K. of P. hall tonight. Everybody welcome. Good orchestra In attendance. Gents 75c. Ladies Free. 219-1 Shampooing, Combings made up, Facial a Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 1 1 4. svpPtJt^.U1 ANO ALL KINDS OF ILIC-TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenxie & Go. PHONB U7 718 3rd Ave. 8. Buys New Ranch. S. C. Pugh of Lethbridge, who owns land south of the city, is reported to have bought the Elliott ranch of 800 acres, with crop and stock, for $.10,-000. The ranch is located 18 miles fast of Didsbury. Blueberries and Blackberries WE RECEIVED GOOD SIZED SHIPMENTS OF BOTH THE ABOVE LINES THIS MORNING AND IF OUR ORDERS ARE FILLED WE WILL HAVE PLENTY ALL THIS WEEK. THE BLUEBERRIES ARE ALMOST DONE FOR. ORDER THESE FRUITS NOW FOR PRESERVING. blueberries, per basket .... $2.00 Blackberries, per crate .... $3.50 THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 Winnipeg. Aug. 28-Compared with yesterday the situation in the cash market showed obsiderable "Improve-1 ment, the demand being fairly active. All offerings-of the better grade* were quickly absorbed, prices, however, were oaker. Offerings of cash oats were fairly liberal and the situation was not changed much. Barley was dull and prices unchanged." There were transactions in cash flax, at oc over the October prices, only a few odd cars were sold. The prospects of frost in the west which gave considerable strength to yesterday's oat future market, wore offset today by rumors ot Austria having made new peace proposals and prices sagged after the opening, only the October and December options ware traded In and business done was of moderate volume. October flax opened at the previous close but dropped 8 to 16c during the session. The trade was llgh,t. Barley-was neglected. October wheat opened Ic. higher, but felt back a couple of cents when rumors began to Circulate. Winnipeg October wheat' closed 2c lower, October oats ?�c down; Dec. i-c down:-and May l*4c lower. October flax closed lc down; Nov. 8c down and Dec. lt>c lower. Barley closed unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Pricea Wheat- N'o. 1 Nor...240 No. 2 Nor...238 No. 3 Nor...233% No. 4......222 No. 5 ......197 No. 6 ......171 Feed......................150 Oats- No. 2 C. W. 62% Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed . 59% Barley- No. 3 ......US No. 3 C. \V. No. 2 Feed '. 61% 61% No. 4 ......114 Rejected and Feed .............110 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C................ No. 2 C. W. 340 No. 3 C. W FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat- Oct............. Oats- Oct............. Dec............. Flax- Oct............. Dec............. 218 63% 59% 349 330 214 62 'i 58% 353% 34t! 344 342 LOCAL MARKETS Grain of Lttmtock Prices Traek Prlcaa Wagoii Prices Wheat .....- Wheat .....201 Oats......53 �4 Oats......52'A Flax......- Flax /.. ...296 Barley .....- Barley .....100% LIVESTOCK PRICEA Choice steers, 7Hc; choice cows, 6%c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 16ttc. Choice killing wethers, sheared 100. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9a Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. A 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 6th St. To make paper fireproof nothing more is necessary than to. saturate the paper \s a strong solution of alum water, and when thoroughly dry it will resist the action of flame. TP Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave, 8. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING A RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS � GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORO TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS . AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINOr.R ENGfNEC PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR An Artistic Doorway is assured if we do the metal work. We use the heaviest sheet metals and have every facility for working them up in exact accord with the architect'?, directions. We shall be glad to submit! estimates to those planning a handsome entrance to their building, either old or new. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford look. Lethbrldoa, Alt*. OKPHEUJf STARTING AUGUST 30 "The IMiipl.* Jtfa�k.0 Emergency FIRST AID Cases For Autoists, Hunters. Travellers and the Home First aid supplies when needed are needed very badly. Why not get a case today and be prepared? We have them in different sizes for various purposes. They contain everything you will require "in a compact metal case. Large Size ...............$4.50 Medium Sice .............$2.75 Small Size................31.00 The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Unlet* PHONE Ml. CITY AND DISTRICT Clean Slate There was a clean slate In both the Provincial and City Police courts this morning. S. O. E. Meeting. Sons of England White Hoso degree will meet this evening in the S. O. E. hall at 8 p.m. As there are Initiations every member Ib urged to put in an appearance. 'Trades Council to Meet To complete arrangements for the Labor Day excursion to Fernie the Trades Council will meet tomorrow ! night at 8 p.m. in the Labor Hall. Mine Pay Day Saturday. Saturday is mine pay day, when it is expected the largest pay in the history of the district will 'bo made. The mines of the district will be idle Monday, Labor Day. . Corrects An Error. The Herald wishes to correct an error which appeared on Monday whe,n it was stated that E. Fia was convicted and fined $250 and costs for blind pigging. It was not Everisto Fla, the storekeeper at Staffordville, but Albino Fia, who is in no way connected with the store. 0 DO'RODO THE TOILET WATER FOR EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION Sleeveless Gowns Mo Di-css Shields Xo Perspiration Stains V THE MODERN DEODORANT IN THREE SIZES J. D. Higiflbotham & Co � Limited -- Alberta'e Pioneer Drv||lattV The Wholaealo and retail ohemltta TELEPHONE NO. MS Commissioner Sowton Here. Commissioner and .Mrs. Sowton, Salvation Army leaders for Western Canada will be at the Army Citadel this evening at 8 o'clock to conduct a special service. A very interesting lecture entitled "India Under Two Flags" will be delivered. Mr. Elton has kindly consented to act in the capacity of chairman, he will be supported by part of the clearical fraternity of the city. All are welcome. Death of Old Timer The death occurred at/Gait hospital this morning of one of Lethbridge's old timers in the person of Andrew Flood, who came to this city from Nova Scotia 32 years ago. He leaves to mourn his loss a widow and five children, the former being a sister o� Mrs. D. R. McKay, also of this city. The remains will be forwarded to the west for interment. Cars For Knox Picnic. Those car owners who have promised to assist in conveying Knox Sunday school to the Experimental Farm for the annual picnic on Wednesday afternoon are requested to be at the church at two o'clock. Those who are willing to place their cars at the disposal of the school but who have not yet arranged to do so, are asked to get In touch with the pastor or ona of the officers of the Sunday school without delay. Successful Students. The following local Btudents who were reported as having passed Grade XII have passed in the additional subjects indicated as c>toring first-year requirements in the University ot Alberta in those subjects: May Uallan-tyne, French grammar and French Authors; Walker Dunham, geometry and algebra; Aaron Goodman, physics; Marguerite Gordon, French authors; Terrence Home, geometry; Hannah Main, algebra; Jessie Kobi-son, geometry, Latin grammar, Latin authors; Kathleen Mason, Latin grammar, Latin authors, French grammar, French authors; Davina Sang, Latin grammar, French grammar, French authors; Louise Smith, French grammar, French authors; Oiivo Williams, French authors. HUN ANSWER TO POPE. Amsterdam, Aug. 2.-According to a dispatch to the Wcser Zeitung of Bremen, from Vienna, the reply of the central powers to Popo Benedict's recent peace proposals can be expected within a few. days. THE SILVER LINING, 7 "Brown Is certainly an optimist. He sees the bright sldo oven of tho high cost of thingB." * "Where is it, for goodness eako'" "He says it doesn't allow tiim to get enough money ahead to. invest la worthless stocks." Fall Term Opening DAY SCHOOL-Tuesday, September 4th. NIGHT SCHOOL-Thursday, September 6th. All Commercial Subjects Taught in a Thorough and Up-to-Date Manner. PERSONAL "You should not be satisfied with a small salary. You have a right to earn big wages. But in all seriousness-you cannot earn a big salary until you r.re trained to do high grade work-every business man will tell you so. The moral Is, get ready; tho com-P _ mard is, do it at once." fenecniblem call or write for information