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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914 THK T.'ETH.BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MARKETS .FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Alan., July wheat market opened Vs Signer for all niohtiiii, siiiiiioi'teil 'by strong .Liver- pool cables, and trading was active during the first hour, exporters buy- ing the October options. Later there was considerable easing off in prices on reports of move favorable weather In the American spring vrtieat' states, the weatiier being'cooler, and rains .in the Canadian west. Sensational re- uorts ot black: rust damage caused the market io lie nervous nnd excit- able, and closing prices 'were to Higher. was fairly good, al- though, offerings were light of all grains, and a strong undertone. Some fiobcl 'sales of. old wheat were put through for.export.: For cash flax the demand wag keen.., Cash grains clos- ed: Wheat, to firmer for con- tract grades; cash oats, unchanged; flax, 94 higher, and barley unchanged. Flax options for.November and De- cember closed 1 to higher. Inspections on Thursday wore DS against 230 last year, and in sight were 140 cars. Deliveries in through the clearing were: Wheat, liiwhels; oafs; bushels; barley, tonsftels; bushels.' The opening and'closing prices on .i the local exchange, were: Opeu 83% '.July'..' October jijuly October 3GM; 'July'......... .Hi Qctober -.148 Kaveniber 149M: Closing Ca'sh' Prices No. 1 Northern i No. 2 Northern i'No. 2 C. W.............. ;NO. s w. i Barley- No. 3...... No. No. 1 N. W. C- Ko. 2 C. ..No: 3 C. W. Minneapolis Wheat Open 'Duly 85 September 80% December 81% Chicago "Wheat Ouly 79% bepiemimr December V Close 89% S3 14 -38% 144% 148% 149V4 89% 87% 38% 144% 14U4 128% 86% 82% I 12H OF MY WAS CELEHIEDAT LEAK Selkirk, .Dom- inion government steamer Lady of tile Lake, here yesterday nttcrnoon for Grand Rapids, -with Hon. JIusn Armstrong .and party, sprung a leak off Ek Island last iilglit, anil to return to Selkirk. She reached here at noon today. The pariy -will probably go to Grand Rapids via .The >as. Uraiibrook, ill C., July conditions notwithstanding, the, celebration, 22-tth anniversary of. I he Baltic of .lire lioy.nb'held here 'ilonday was a .splendid'success and a I credit to the Cranhrook Lodge, who wore respohsibUi. for the day. Visit- ing brethren were present irom points far and and 'as the last train with Visitors departed at Ihree-lhlr-! ty the, following morning, all seemed i agreed in- saying that it was ur.c (it the nest, Orange walks they' had in the interior of 'U. C. The Glorious Twelfth falling on Sunday, MIC local lodge decided to hold their celebration on line Monday. This being the case, all decorations, placing oi arches, etc., had to he j done on Monday before the arrival oi the visiting lodges'. At C a.m. a por- tion oi the decoration committee were out in the bush cutting green hows: to arch. The balance oi the committee.went on shift at the' city hand stand at. 7' a.m. In 'a short while a heavy thunderstorm came up and as the rain the men took shelter at the government build- ing across the road. Foreman Mo- Eachern- soon that it was a rain that -'would- last some time, and the'ihen-without'a murmur went back to their task in the rain By eleven-thirty.Jn .the morning the hand stand, Irom which the speeches were: to take place, was. beautifully decorated with Orange; Blue and Pur- ple, .and a Union Jack.to which all Orangemen'swear iheir loyalty, was- spread in the cen-tre -for the speakers to talk over: i At each of the tour corners oi tlie band stand the Cana- dian linsign .was-to be seen. The j arch, about' seventeen by twenty j feet had been decorated ami put in j place, and again .from the two and near the top was, stretched out j -to the' breeze Canadian Ensign. Estra seating accommodation. was placed. A Union-Jack the Orange Hair on Maker street, and the windows ami doors of the meeting -took, on an .appearance of wel- come, being decorated in the order's colors, Canadian Ensigns and _ wel- come flags. In the meantime, the sports .com- mittee had staked out the grounds, and a second and indoor decoration committee had added much to the appearance of the interior of the au- ditorium, by decorating it through- out in- the colors of -the, order.. Also at the .the auditorium was down a large CanadianEnsign. Sunday hart hrnught a few members trom Ath'ainier, B. C., a distance of It had" b'ce'n reported Hli'at bridges 'had July Clearing Sale We're on (lie Second Half. Seven days Time is short. Every minute counts tlie watchword. Gut and Slash are the orders. Down Goes Every Price Again Watch Today's Bargains plain MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS All sizes, striped anil eolore, reg. July Sale MEN'S STRAW HATS Very usei'til for hot days tor gardeners, regular 2ii Hush Price MEN'S SATEEN SHIRTS A dandy working shirt July Sale LOUNGE COLLARS Striped or plain, 25c. Each MEN'S SOFT HATS Reg. up to ?2.50 Rush Price 15c 75c BOYS' SHIRTS Regiila- On Sale MEN'S WORKING BOOTS Bhick -blucher cut; good weaung qu.litits liegu- lar price On Sale Here is another special in Meiis Workiu Boots. 'Regu- lar price ?8.25 On'. Sale CHILDREN'S BUTTON BOOTS In 'tan, sizes 4 to 8 only; re- gular price On Sale 50c )TS er cu t; Ilegu- special in >ots. 'Regu- BOOTS an ly; re- 85c PUTS BUI ON 1 FOR MEAGREi AMOUNT REALIZ- ED FOR HILLCREST RE- LIEF ON OCCASION OF TAG DAY Watch us Cut and Slash Prices on Men's Suits TWEED SUITS FOR BUSINESS Made up from a splendid piece of English Tweed. -Regular Rush Price r. MEN'S STRIPED WORSTED Regular 'Sale Price MEN'S SINGLE BREASTED NAVY SERGE All Pure Wool. Regular price CIA Eft Sale Price V H.WU MEN'S BROWN WORSTED The material Is a very nice .piece or dark brown English 4 C Eft Regular price Sale Price