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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE SIX T II! LETHBR1DGE DA1IA HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1911 MARKER LOCAL GRAIN MARKET.! fcaiT's whrut ].ticts; Xo.1 t Xcrtuern No.'2 Xotlhera.......... Xo. a Northern...... Xo; 4 Xorthe-Ti............ Xo. 5 Xor Ltn-'i u.......... Xo, 1 ReJ............... No: Kei............... Xo. J Hed............... Xo. 1 Red................ No. j Kcd............... LIVERPOOL GRAIN MARKET Jan. Ehipipems anJ in Huoaes Ayros on ivt-ri' otfsei hero by Russian offers for .latii wviv choap- j M-. 4V-liup.it3l markets iiro asJ lo (ieiuaivil. 01 for ccutiirji- von' liaht. MONDAY'S GFAtN PRICES Jaa. ;o the icarkft Jeoiiiedly dull ni "vss ulruOft Jc and had very little from Oats were sitacv; t-ail dropt-evl cent, ReceipU fSoo- teuig --'J cari COO in Air.crican Aliii'-ieapolK cars; Dulutb. car.-. rbi- caco. "7 r-jrs. trade is very dn-I. with llti-r deifisnd ar.d les; There reported. Ilcaiy :n centra! may have effect cu ce- liTen- jul Ti'.ere svoculidie 1n-tlie ruar-tet, nr.A I? pretty fon'iueil to Cables" uneJinns- i-O "to Js Herlin, Undauo.-'. ]i up, and DeiirerJe? Oironsli" I t.cuie v.-ere: j The asd ririce? on ihe local grain esc'aacjje werer t CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET riikazo. Jaa. tormvr Uire :i winter cro? i.eiideJ i sn.ike the wheat markvt VMQ off. Lo' j or ffiMes aUo the 1 u'jlls. liusslan oneil'Jit? rei-iTl- cd to be larsor rlieaper. aiid there faid to be LIU iuii t in for shiinuent? to tho rrieo E'J flight icidiiionai dtvHne. j Oats "'itli oilier sraiti. was only c: a HER LITTLE SON i WAS DYING Gait Kin "Fnll-a-liies" Asl i Sued His Life. little toy. Liwience, woisoielj 3ectv4 with Chronic Ind.gei'.ioa. il-e ilii not think, he wou.l er. sluted irilh a loif mouttt it iotolhUwtcrtroiAlf. focrnmng he lie jiiii thn.-iup.hlhesystemwitao'-tcracge. He cried and life vis r-.istry (o him. My hustoud Iten "Htuil-i-lives" fat geUir.g r-jucb benefit from icd 1 tho-jghl v Ii it did him gooJ. niijlil help o'jr boy. VVeltiri'Truil-a-lh-eJ " a si a Jose, md tte lesull wu iHtivrlloM. Today, bf is tie at hc'lth, anil he U peifecllv w-elr MRS. J. VASFLEET. 5cc A boi. 6 for "rf- At ill dej'.eis or I'ruit-a-tlKl BRITISH BOND MARKET Ijosilors. Jan- are the 'latest nuolations of active Domluiou, I and uvjaicH'al stocks: i Dominion of Cenada K-OJ-Lit. s1-; not of Canuda io3u IW., fei icKit.. Si-St. I Uoiciaioa of Causda I'U per cent, S--M. Dominica o' Canada, inscribed. 1 Nexfor.nilland steriing bonds, 7. S acu cent, S'J-S4. s! bonds. rr 4 i ceut., T j Province of Albert a, teii-yeir 10--. of Quebec sterling ;lt-1 4 per cent-, J "s j province of Nova Scotta. Cfctlt., T ._ i province of Outar'-o. per cent, T9-S1.-1'rovince of SasSatcnewau. register- Closir.q Cash Pricts Hamilton. JMJ. i cent.. Northern consolMulBl stocS, Xorthern S J S3-S5. Xoithem J per cent.. 100-102 4 cer cent.. local imnrovement ._ sterling Oebeuturcs, IC'20- Winter S3U "Winltr S3-ST. kWintiT TH C. WAYS TR CARRY ,1-jIy Oats May July Jariuan- Ma' Xo. 1 _ No. No. 4 >Ta. 5 No. (J Fred No. I' y- "c. w. F- Vo. 1 Kecd llejecttd Kee.l No. 1 N. W. C Xo. 2 C.-W Minr.eapolit Wheat Open VISCOUNTESS ol llie Fon and Ueir of Harl Howe, and uniiersally aclinowleiised trio English Queen of Beauty. REV. G. H. COBBLEDICK DREW LESSONS FROM LIVES OF THREE NOTED MEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies'Store Attention Please Most Timely Our Annual Embroidery, Wash Goods and White Goods Sale Gets Under Way Tomorrow orters nrlv buyer mid luimc sower the. golden opportunity of I lie si-uson lo pmvluisi- llie very "ooils you waul ii-lil now -it mosl'subs'laulinl savings. were fortunate indeed, when placing orders some eight months lo hap- pen across some of Ihe most remarkable bargains we have ever seen in this class of Kfloils and anticipating a big demand as we had last season, purchased liberally, confining our choice lo a great extent to these special lots ottered in (juantiUes at one-quarter to one-half less than regular prices. All t IK-SI- pure 1m SIM I lines nre now to hand, laid out in spci-ial lots for tum'orrow's ami priced and convcnienlly for quick and salisfactory clioosing. MAKE SELECTIONS NOW WHILE ASSORTMENTS ARE GOOD AND 1JKST VALUES 41) 11 OSS July May July Chicago Wheat MONTREAL STOCK EXCHANGE -Montreal, Que., Jan. waa Aery little doing in the local market thii niorcfcz." Prices were steadf. Hell Tclepcone sold at 145; Brazilian 55 to ST: C. P. H. at 210-i lo 111: Ketroit at to 73: Soo at 1SOU: Spanish River at 1C; Montreal POTST at SIS to 21'JH; Rlchellea at 111U to Ctment at Mc-Dor.ald at Son and Steel at to 1C'. day by Washington, p. C., .Jar.. Krii railroad, late line. companies Wesley ball was ITiled Sundar nlflil, fhez Rev. G. H. CobbleJIck preached -A serraori on. Ihe lives ul Lord Stratiicona. Hon.' G. A. Cos anij Rev. Dr. Crosbv'.'tliree .'joted men who died recenLly. Manager Dodnian ar.d members oE the" Hudson's Bay Co.'s staff were The Itcv. sentlemari oaaed his re- marks on a. text relating to the death of and after a -passing-refer- ence to the greatness of Ihe Israelit- jEh leader. Mr. Cobbledici. with tiic career dealt Lord :j irom lUiffalo, vrere orilerej to- and paid eloquent tribute fo his worth, drawing many lessons Commission to accept batter, cges for (-ne or the present-day ar.rl diessicl poultry sWpmsnl, i y0uti, ReT. also vald QrtHtT hjT- Keen fictlineil lribute to senator Cos and Dr. adept tarifi. The cosnmission held thai "while Ifccic are articles the tt- sponJents sl.o'Jld not fcc forced to carrj', Gutter, czjs. ard po'jltiy do tot- iall vithiu that class." Vobrne o! tiaffit BIST not jimiiy the iastallation oi proper refrigera- tion equipaierU- rm all boats h-Jt "we helicvf.'1 added the "il fully justified the exptrimentil tnrnt OS some oi them-1' LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET Liverpool. Jan. t'rack Devaney Co., cattle report that supplies ol cattle Viih oyr tatarog'ie yon can tell" what you OUOHT to pay any- goods yo'i require. Tkis ;.c-jr cbaneo to gvi in close touth v.ltii a live, progressive house- handlfng the most complete line of, PAINTS. VARNISHES and PAINT. ERS1 SUPPLIES (o this western count ry. Ifotj't delay in sendiug jour name nnpl address for our catalogue to the Kaclilfrs, Ala., J.-.n. Uailroad tietectivrs anil iltp'Jiy sheriffs early today with Wowl luiirads tcsan searching lor three men wlio last night looted the mail ni.d rsprcss itars of a S- passenger train ntar here, and after st-irtins the IA BIG TEMPERANCE RALLY attending the Good Templars' Kaliy ,ield In Hall Friday night VVniWlhrt a Ereat ireat. In the absence of disapncaral on hoin-s. The train McKcan, preslilcnt of vlthout a guiding hand at fhc Ihrol-j lard branch of the WO. T. L, tic io Ur'Kinsvillc, 15 miles away, .1. T. hngllsh preslied, and where it slopped when locomotive j acknowledged regrets for ab-cnco who, had llie opportunity of ore entering the field, We liavo also earned who are our friends and we mow where to secure Immediate as- Istcnee In any emergency. Mr. Bry- in ulld.a lilgh tribute lo Ihe three iconic commissioners anO to the nf de.nt. Tno coaches o! j from Hie the- train picked up carlv today 'Mrs. MfKeah. H. Klmer Green am! The speeches of Ihe train from Chattanooga, which I evening were of a high the officers an'1 "logs. robbers retained a sum estirnaled at Kov A c waj allocated In ahich to tell what lour ap.nllcallons for llconses In the till of i SiOO by blowing the fspicss car fare .Thcsearch thema.lcai WESTERN PAINT COMPANY 12! CHARLOTTE STREET WINNIPEG. HANDLE EVERYTHING FOR THE PAINTER NY j S, MAN. I clais was In ihc No .'.ttcmi.l made lo moles the] .KT'uKr P r bv a patter of bullets. The ban- party three out of t d.ts dii Iheir in a Ucly spot. rt fused. They had The locomotive ar.ri mail ami cars were delache.l from the C'-aches ar.d run down (rack a riim'lrcil yards. One guardcil thr rnginc mall'anil express clrrVs, wlillc other rohl.pd tl.y rarb. the r r fou, lhe fars in their me Conseiuently Ihey had galnetl a know Ifdfcc of how to light. Added lo thin they had m-aled Influence anil tlir.ent, and now an applicant for a resources, and enterprise of all tern- [icranco enthusiasts. The Kov. David Itoss spoke o( the necessity for spiritual power in Ihls warfare, nnd Illustrnted Iron] his S'ew Vorh experience huw nv.irh tan lie done by the Individual when The Kev. r. K. Parrot, Grand Ciiiel Iccnse Insiicctor for their gentleman- y Itlntlliness during Iho whole of the campaign. Tho Kev. .1. H. Krancls was given ten [o gay what ought to be lone, and they were- minutes of won- derful vision. Ho first of all ot trie neces- as an inrcnllve tu greater effort In ami nrouud the of claixc-il tliat imlilic sentiment IB r.ipWIy In faior of UK: ahollllcn of Ihe bar. ami paid a iilgli (riliutc to llio farrr.crH .lUtmlllig tlic convci'illon for Iht way in which llicy had handled the question ot pro- hlblllon. A lenglliy liroKram of Templar of rMir.onton, conveycfl nnd instrumental rautic ami greetings'of (lie Ornnd anil clvcn by Mits I'dy. reviewed the remarks of the evening, simui. H. I1. Kilncr, Klty of approved accommodation for the local lodge, and then advocated the appointment of a ppocial temper- ahci SiiiiiSny 'school secretary, who would devote- his whole lime lo spec- ial campaigning among -Sunday school scholara'.'. He advocated that each church had 'its own society for tem- perance propaganda anil claimed that vision la necessary for all successful enterprise, II Is net-dful lo have Ideals, ar.d ho mentioned lochl option anrl Domlnlon-wlilc prohibition as good showing thai was made In sym- pathy arid power and Inspiration for future He urged concen- Irallon and effort towards tho Ideals net In Ihe speeches of the evening. Seeing thai Mr. 1'arrot Is lo ppeak ot Weslmlneter bolh at the Men's Own and in tlie evening service he curtailed his remarks and Inlroducc'l Mr. Hell, Ihc grand electoral superin- tendent, who urged ihal nil pofslljle Influence should ho brought lo bear upon all Intcrosled parlies to wlicn a vote Is taken It will scruro provincial prohlbllloji. He told of some 'wonderful work thai had been' dono during Ills 2S license will measure these forces ua- Ideals tliat would Ihc bravery, Miss Vera (JBanville. Uefrcshmenls wcro liaiidcil ifmnil. itid an offering was l.ikcn to (leday spcnies. The crowd wan not fo large as was jspccleil tne local lodge nas ;ratilied with the success cit the cvcn- Hope ot l.elbbriitgo Lodge will nlfrl next Thursday at S I.' llallcy Elrccl school lo consider plans for active propaganda in the lale future. Any former (loorl Temp' Inra will he given a hearty welcome ami candidates will be received ivltli plciiaurc. The local lodge w-Mi to thank all residence in anil around K'l-1 who In any way contributed lo fie monton, and offereil Uiat experience success cf the evening. ;