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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL � COMFORTABLE HOTEL "� .--�--f7^5 J' Best $1.25 a Day HotfBl in Alberta Thi'onjih the KEfJNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and.Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Zlro But a good basin of Gong's Boup will wiuiu you. 5c each. TICKNER :04 Thirteenth St S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) CO. Phone 364 Winnipeg-. . I-'eb- 1.-AASJ^at locally rallied a cent or two from the low : points of ^ll(^ day but closed i)Vic down; for May. 7.?.Vc - tVecline tor July, and G^bc lower for October. Oats were' down SVav in May and 3%c in July. Barley dropped '7c".'" Flax' was 5c low-1 or. Minneapolis wheat drQpped 10 Vic j in May, S%c iiv Jiil>:,.and,7Hc in Sep-' 1 em her. _ All markets recovered a trifle on eveuiUE-up tactics to wait for the next move. After the opening receipt, the trade was spasmodic. �'Wheat re-| Icavered. broke- and ralllfed again on active fluctuations, maklng.a fair vol-j urae of trade. , The government agent '.was rightly or wrongly credited with 1 buyins under cover, after selling heav-1 ily short for a week. The run of stop-; loss orders was fairly heavy, but the i market was caught -with a lisFht spccu-i lative interest fftr the time of the year.. jTliere v,as comparatively no newsj ; other than the international nuestion. j ' ? * ? > � JOIN BOARD OF TRADE V The Board of Trade annual ? Veport to be published shortly : will contain the names of all members of the bot^rd. Those who have not yet joined should do so, in order that their names be Included in this published list. - � ? : ? ? : : > ?>?> ? Fl BOSS ATI IS DEAD Yestferday at-the Gait hospital Thos. Lewis, aged 40, died of pneumonia. Mr. Lewis was fire boss of No. 6 mine. He is a married man and his wife re-' sides at Hardieville. His brother is: fire boss at the mine at Coalhurst. The '; funeral will he .'held tomorrow after-; noon from Fetterly's parlors to the � public cemetery. Rev. J. B. Francis � offlclating. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 'Na'^^Nor...l57%" ^'o. 2 Nor...154% A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winni'pegf .  . � . Minneapolis and New Ybrk. Baird and Botterell. ;Cnlon Bauk^uilfo. 3 Nor... 140% >Jo. u Nor... 117% T^eed ........\... Oats- N'o. 2 0. VJ,. 51 ?i 1 Feed .....4S% Barley- No. 3 C. W.. 89.% Flax-No. 1 N. w. q. .. No. 2 c. w. No. 4 Nor.. .138Tfe No. 6 Nov... n2'% ...... ... 80 No. 3 C. W.. 49% 2 Feed ...... 47% No. 4 CSV.. 84% ........... 257% ........... 254% LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices I EAT ALL I WANT NOW mp FEEL FINE! I Track Prices Wagon Prices Wheal ......142% "V^'heat......135 �Oats ....... 42'5fe Oats ....... 39 (Barley ..... 77V6 I5arley .....68 I Flax .......241% Flax .......229 LIVESTOCK PR/CES | Choice steers, 7Vic; choice cows  Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., llVic i Choice killiug wethers, lOe. jV Choice killing ewes. !)%c. � ' No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling y After Meals or Constipation! If you have sour stomach, constipation or gas ou the stomach try JTJST ONE DOSE of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlei:-i-ka, the remedy which is becoming known as the MOST POWERFUL bowel * cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose.shows results and a short, treatment with Adler-l-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains suoh^astonish-ing amounts of old matter from the tjystem that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas on the stomach almost-lNSTANTLY, J. D. Higiobotbain & Co ' Limited � ." STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and CommiHion ^ Mer ckantt C�l9�ry~JEdmonton-Lothbrlds* Our entire orgBnlzatioa li at your gervloe and with our exper-ienctt v.-e can safely ^laraotee to get you the best prices for your grain at any time and fcr any crade or kind of grain. F�r QuoU-tlont. Phone M 1922 Calgary Offloe 1MB Lethbridge Rea. 1811 Lethbridga S�ee Our Agents who are in your district J. A. CUMMING. Lethbridge Manage'r OF.ciCE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1434. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. N HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expenss if ycu have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the nnarket wilt stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns.  N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEr.LOCK BUILDING Pioneer Drugglitt,"* StOV9 "Alberta's The________ Wholesale aR.-i -etall chemist* TELEPHONfi NO. 322 Washington,. Feb. 1.-While all of-^ .ficial: information was withheld, late this afternoon there were indications in official quarters that a cohimuuica-tion. actually had been sent or was about to be sent to Germany. There �was no official indication of its nature, but the view persistently held was'that it was In the. nature of a �warning against unrestricted submarine vfarfarq and: placed the severance of diplomatic relations in order as the next step if Germany persists in; ~. hreaking her pledges to the -United � . States. f Port Not Closed ; Washington, Feb. 1.-The_^treasury' department issued an offlciaT explanation that ships had been prevented from leaving Ivlew York harbor last night because of the heavy fog which obscured their markings. It. denied ' the port had been or was closed. | Nothing for Newspapers Washington, Feb. 1.-When Secretary Lansing received the newspaper forrespoadents this-'afternoon he said; ; "Gentlemen, I have nothing to tell you, neither will I answer any ti.ues-j .tions." 'Secretary Lansing followed' this statement by adding that it stood � good for the remad/HlBr cf the day j and thac there wasiftO Sjjrospect of his ' niaVtog any announcement tonight, i Mr. Lansing did say. however, that; he had liad no communication 'during i the day with the German;.Embassador Count Von Bernstorff. AT WADDINGtON H AUCTIOy ROOMS ^  7 DOMINION BLOCK FrWajf^Next, JFebniary 2, at 2.30 FRANK WADDINOlrbN l3 favored, wltlv'instructions from various owners to aeU/by Public -'Auction a^ above an assemblage of useful ��� Household Fiu'uiture and Eft'ects Tnclttding: two extending dining tables; good nounge;' two Morris chairs'; ehitflonier;. five section hook case, top and base complete; .wicker easy chair; three good beds, complete with, beds and springs and one coil spring; useful 4-hole cookstove; baby sleigl^-qpllapsiblo double gojcart; three carpet squares, 10x1) each; ,fourfold-..i^creen; NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, registers  up to-?9.9S';' raahbgany washsfand;, good oak fiiilsh'dresser and stand,'" rockers; c- ? ? > '> : �: -: : > : > -; i HOCKEY � : -: : : > Slogan; "Oin* Service Means ^ ^ Your Satisfaction." Watch foe this slogan, you will see It often. C. W. Hansen's . BARONS, ALBERTA Canada Permanent Man Here H. G. Forson. representing the Canada Permanent Mortgage Corpor-I ation, Edmonton branch, is in the 'r-itv. makln.^ his headquarters for a :few days at the office of C. B. Bowman. �IWbitE MEN THAN WOMEN HAVE APPENDICITIS daughter of Cpl. Roosevelt, had clerks, j b. 1 Ellcs Meeting " ' . 0. Elks will meet in their club Alberta Block, at 8 o'clock to-Instaliation of officers will Mason & Limited Balmoral'Block Lethbrldse Victrolas, Victor Records, Violins, Accorcfeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise.  -------� I waiters and bellboys on the jump last, i''"f"^" , Siirgeonsrstate men are slightly j-'ight^at Hotel Belvidere trying to lo- :'^^^'',ij,"f enrerUinmem , Pior0. subject ,to- appendicitis thnr cate a cigarette case which .she had fas teen a'-ae'r All mp^^^^^^ thbrn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mi.xed 80>ns mto dinner. Wl,en Mrs. Long- "e P>esent.__ ln'4dIer:S-ka, often relieve or prevent .^\'o:'*-h v,-as informed that it had been. Q^od Co. Temporarily Located ^, ; aptfpndicitia. This mixture removes found by an employe of the hotel, sho I Tlirofigh the courtepy of George iH liB^chi surprising foul matter that CNIO said: "Isn't that perfectly splendid,"i Kerr and Co., the Good Co., who werej '^POONjPUL .relieves almost. AN'^j.and thanked the clerk. ' :the unfortunate sufferers at the bip-� -A A ci3< ^nnstlnntfnn: sour Stomach or! Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. m "O^SE constipation, sour stomach eas.' The I.NSTANT, easy action of, Xdler-i-ka.-is surprlslng.-^J. D. HigHJ-! Jas. Sells Horses Brooks, representing Vanstone ^ - hntS'l;'co""Ltd""Druggista, Lgih-'and Rogers ot North Battleford, lia.s NO. 5392, a black ifire yesterday, are temporarily locate ' at their .'5toro, from where tliey are doing business. ' _--:- � ^ ^ . Takes This Leas* . ' At the city council meeting this morning the .Dodge Motor Sales ,Co : ^jj'gworth, formerly Alice Roosevelt, Sjjriftgs. A Will be Held In the liurgniann Hall Every Fi^iday Night Dancing from 9 till 12.\^ Gents 50c.'" Ladies Free NEEDS' ORCHESTRA When the miners of District No. IS made their appeal to the Dominion government last December for an Jn-vestigation in^o the high cost of living they probably did not reckon what a wide effect their action might haye. F;or now that tlie investigation has established the fact that there has been a general increase in the cost of living in the past six months of !)% per cent, in this district, not only are the mine operators receiving : demands for the Increase but other j.Riiblic and -private employers are be-�Jhg asked for the increase. � Tills developed very noticeably at a special 'meeting of the city council jthis morning to discuss th^- salary "juestlon which Is an ever-present source of trouble round the city hall. The men of practically every department pt the olyic govei;nment are ask-iiig tor increases, and are basing their demands on the increase in the costj to-the extent ot ten per cent. The oo.uncil Is staving 'off final settlement until after the miners' demands are settled. � It they receive their increase of 9% per cent, the city will have.a hard time explaining why Its employees who are working with an.hourly wage as a basis should not reeeh'e the'same.. The demand of the power house em-plpyces -was settled by deciding to grant th^ the same rate of increase aa may be secured by employees of' the C. i\ R. mines in similar'posi-: I tions wiien the strike is settled. j TRAPPERS;, SHipPERS AND DEAL-EHS-^JUST TO ;START THE SEA-S6ri RIGHT,; HUNT, TRAP AND SHIP- YOURV:);;.!'?*- - ,- - - - - - '. -.HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, ETC., TO A. GARRUTHERS CO., LIMITED 1251 2nd Ave. S.;. "The Old Reliable Dealers" Lethbridga^ Alta,-.^�REe POSTINGS FOR THE ASi