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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE MARKER WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, July llt.-T-hc ex- citement ot Tutsdaydue to the war outbreak in Europe was Mm morning on the wheat market and on the curb there was heavy kuy- in; at IJi over Tuesday's close, ffhis fact caused Winnipeg at the of- ftclal opening to start off btronK com- paratively on the distant monttis, but thej cased off Am- ericans their values were post- ed Iradmg, however, was active on Ithe decline and little or no until news from a private touice spread that the area Mould be localized While the cr m tne Canadian west is extremely hot, according to the weather map, many points being over 90 degrees. Ttain-. has-occurred- at twelve points, which .will: be beneficial. While the extent of the decline was imubUalll slurp, it not so great is the ad'ana of Mahout noon the drop from the opening jioints stocd at to hut a substantial recoicn from the low was made later Opening fig- ures were Ic lower to Jo higher, and closed 2c to Ic 1cm ei Flax pncd 1 to t> cenl-s down and closed B-J to 'Ijc. down. The cash demand iws good for 1 2 and 1 Vor- ihtrn and a better entinin for harlei Oats and flax were not 'asked for to anv extent. Cash grains clos- ed ftneat, 21 to 3t oats Ic. tn aihantu flax Me down; unchanged Deluttws through tlie clearing house were Wheat 8' 5W) b" oats, 33.000 btl.: bu., and bar- lev, nil inspections luesdav num-l bcrcd 172 cars as against 111 last fear and m sight were 170 Open Close Uulj II, Del 11J Cut 94 j iluh Ocl Ihx- Ouly Oct. No. IEAT BROKE SHARPLY IN CHI. Chicago, 111., July ot advancing, as most traders expected, the 'wheat market today made a startl- ing, break right at the opening. First prices went down more than cents a'bushel. In another'mimtte the mar. Uat had dropped an additional 2 cents, then there was a sudden 'rebound of more than 3 followed by an- other, but less violent, desoent. The pit galleries were crowded to their utmost capacity. Spectators and 'traders alike, were standing on till toe with arms.aloft. the commotion among traders after operations actually began was tumultuous tliHii yesterday. There seemed to be a determined ef- fort on, all sides to keen cool. The extreme point .of the break, in the early trading ;was 4% under laet night: The market gradually steadied at approximately 2-cents down for ac- tive months ana less for other options. 92 01. 1.63 1.70 1.64 1.67 1.67J 1.67 CASH PUICL.S J-o J 94 INn 2 91J FO 2 C W 38} i t V. 37j Barlej- 1 si No 4 51 NO 1 N W C 1 63j fso 2 G U TfiOi U-i ly Pert. Dec: (July Sept. Dec. CHICAGO !I5J 91 89J 93-94 j 91j 88 88 88-90 J .88 91 GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET July Watson It Batcbelor, cattle Importers'ot this Hty, .report heavier Irish offerings. jTrade ruled slower all round at the following' quotations: Scotch steers'. 1514 to cents; Irish steers, to cents; bulls, to 13U cents per pound. London, July seriousness of the European situation wa.s tltciei today on the, London Stock Exchange, where British consols dropped- at one time to the low- est point reached -since the early yeais of last century. They opened at 71, ot i below yesterday.. afterward they "dropped to'70A acd then Inst full point, bringing ilium down to V j A government broker came into {he, market at this point and commenced j buying all the consols, he eouin .at'704. -Three small failures Vere reported! early in the moriiiiig session and two later on, making the total live. None of them w-as of much importance, but it was feared that, more would occur later in Llie day. Otherwise there was nothing doing in exchange ami no other quotations .were available, -the market being, in a condition of animated suspension..-DealerSj'.on the Stcck Kichange afterward- b'egari to do a little business, but-sales; were effected: only after, much 'negotiating; Ttw transactions in the American se-biwii -Quotation of .OanJ adian PaCilic at. first to he J .Gl.-.tlien rising to 1.70 declin- ing 'again to l.B6i compared yesterday's closing price of Southern Hallway was quoted 17 asainst yesterday's closing price of J8J, Statos' Steel- 54. as compared with at the close yes- terday. BOY THROWN' AND 'KILLED RACING AT CAMROSE Alta., July Jen- son, aged thirteen, stepson of Charles Schele, a wel'.-known farmer, of Du- hamel, -.v'as UilleSVou Main street here this morning by being thrown from the horse he-was ridihg.'lh the.Wind- sor Hotel special pony race. The ac- cident 'was witnessed by a large num- ber of people, the race being the down- town event of a big sports programme being held here today. The unfortunate lad wsi killed in- stantly, as he pitched head first from his horse to the liard road, crushing his skiiii; The horse afterwards roll- ed on him. OUR BROOMHALL CABLE wheat mar- ket opened -with -yery excited cover- Ing, to 6d. higher, with ilie prin- cipal covering in October. The politi- cal "situation ..and strong American cables were responsible for the ex- citement'here. Following the opening ihere was speculative realizing on a tumor of a -more peaceful situation belief that Servia will finally ac- Austria's terms. Later there was renewed buying on the opening break in Consols, strong situation; strong cargo prices and R big demand for American winter. At 1.30 p.m. the market was strong, 4yd... to higher; wheat strong, with prices opening to liigher. The Buenos Ayres wiieat market was strong, to 2% higher on close, With excited covering on strength in (orelgn markets. Fliix, 216 higher. CALGARY LIVESTOCK MARKET The 'following are this week's mar- ket quotations furnished by A. llaylond, of Calgary: butchers, 11 SO to 'K'.OO, common butchers, 950 to liOfr, S6.25 feeders, 800 to 950, fii.iifl. to stockers, light, 100 to 800, to heavy, com- inon, stocker, light, J5.0C. heavy, com- mon, to Vt.75; thin, to Calves-Heavy, J6.0CJ to Ji'ht (to 200 Its.1) to common, .to to Own-Choice H.OQ to com- mon J7.00. Kh-.op-Wtlhcrs ewes W. JOHNSTON OF RKCLAMA T10N PAPKH IN POCKET Cardston, July 29. On Sunday while locating a.bathing spot on the St. Mary's River ai Coal MimvCou- ,Iee naar the Sloan ranch, lamest Woodward and companion ot Aetna, discovered the body of a man stretch- ed on.a sand bar. A quick ride was made to town from whence a tele- phone message was forwarded to the Mounted Police at Cardston, oti receipt of same notified the Cor- Mr. Stacpoole, and a trip was made hy auto to th2; scene. The body was imrnedia'tely brought to Cards- ten arid prepared for burial. On Monday morning a jury was ap- pointed of the following citizens M. A. Coombs, R. N. Barker, J. Holmes, H. C. Phipps, II. A. Willis and W. Hinman. "A verdict was in uf -'death from drown- ing." The deceased appeared to be about 45 years of age and 54ft. in height. Me was fully dressed' with tiic ex- ception ot a coat. In 'one of the pock- ets was found a paper with the rvame LcUibridge, Canada, printed there- on.-. Besides this no other means >of identification could he discovered. The' body was in an advance stage of decomposition. Later on in the day was re- ceivod that a man answering the de- scription of the corpse had Ijecn drowhtd at the Reclamation Service Camp on the St. Mary's River the 7th inst. The accident occurred while the fording of the stream was being made by the deceased in company .wilh others in a rig. Getting into deep water the occupants were forced to swim to shore with the above re- sult.'One of the mules also perished. The name of the unfortunate man was W.. Johnston, and lie had only joined- the camp recently and was practically without friends1. The funeral was held in Cardston on Tuesday, of which will be borne by the Reclamation Service or the Provincial Govern- ment.- G. A. Morrow haj been elected pre- sident of the Imperial Life Insurance Co., and E. T. AI alone, K.C., vice-pre- sident Ti aged of-Winni- peg, was drowned while bathing al Winnipeg beaoh. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla are tfee right medicine for the children. When they arc cotutiptted their kidneys are out of order over-indulgence in some favorite food gives them indigestion Morse's Indian Root Pilli will quickly and surely put them right. Purely vegetable, they neither wcken, wenkeaor gripe, like harsh Guard your children's health by always keeping box of Dr. Morse Indian Root Pills in the Children Well REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at me_al time. The prejudice against sirony siimulants has in no wise ilic value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious ol'-ali liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and 'we. recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Don't let the children ruin their stomachs with cheap "trash" Give them the Real Goody that's good for them Eriry Package Tifhtly Sealed Be SURE if. WRIGLEY'S The most value in delicious, jj long lasting, beneficial enjoyment jj you can buy for five cents. Good 8 ;fpr grown-ups as well as children! H .Brightens and preserves teeth, U sweetens mouth and breath, aids jj appetite and digestipn. Made clean, ahd then kept clean by the new ,1 i; ;jj. ?v 8 Chew it after every riieal -MADE IN CANADA. Wn..Wriiley Jr. Co.. Ltd.. TORONTO FIRE THE NEWS OF INTEREST .'.FROM NEW TOWN TWELVE MINERS KILLED Eighty Pounds of Dynamite Explodes in Gcrmsn Mine Cassel, Germany, July potash miners were blown to pieces today by the explosion ot eights- pounds or dynamite while they were sinking a shaft in. tue Krajaii mine, near here. Retlaw, July town is on the quiet order now. The gravellcts have finished their work to the end of the Hue and are; goae. Our crop will be a light one. So it would sesm that it would he a good time to fix up our roads in good shape so as to give our iarmers a chance to work out their tax. Virgil Lockhart lost his. barn by fire on July 22. He save his horses and hogs. There was some insurance on the barn. No cause is reported ior the fire. Mr. and 5Irs. John-Broderson were at Retlaw calling on friends last1 Sunday. He is done with his summer fallow plowing. He uses a disc plow and says the dry weather makes no difference ii you have .a disc plow. Retlaw'still needs a doctor, a law- yer, a tailor, .1 store, a clothing store and a weekly paper. The Rose Plain school started its fair-term last Monday, July 27th. Mrs. Howard Runion was taken suddenly ill on Friday evening and Geb. Casper and family, who were out, riding in their new car, made-the run for Dr. Woodcock in very short order. We arc very glad to say that Mrs. Runion is very much better at this writing. have needed rain pretty much all this season. Hut that is past now. What we want is some one. who can say or do something to bring sunshine to the hearts of our people. We must give Knchant credit for playing our club a game of baseball on Sunday last; score Retlaw 10, Enchant !l. Vegetable Compound has .the ,vtr.- tue these women it will help any other womtih who is gufterinc to lilu. !manner? It write if tydlaKPInVkimi KeiWsfCs. JTasi.r low tetterwm he rcnil ml ipiwrrM a rii Mt in strlut ;