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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL WINi)BOR -V- Best $1.25a Day Hotelin Alberta  ANNOUm^EMENT: / Tiii'oufth (lie c^ourlcsy ot Geoi'j�c Kcit Co. w� ju'c4.ciiip�rarily located in thoir store and will ittteiul to itll oi'deiH there. Our phone miiKibi^r is 525.'ass-usual.' . �.,;-.-^.VJ �, AH those wishing our men to call fOr orders please notify us. METAL FRAMED PICTURES Fine subjects in dainty metal frames ranging OJc tO $7 00 In price from. -----..................... V�� JUST THE THING to BRIGHTEnVuP YOUR HOMES. , i-HE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 DruggUts and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel But a good basia of Goug-s Soup Avill warm you. 5e each. , TIGKNER & CO. ,J04 Thirteenth St. S. COppBSite'Elliion Mills) ; Phone 364 Winnipeg, Feb. 2.-Wheat locally closed %c higher for May. %e ad-, Vance for July and 2%c higher for. Oetober. Oats wore up % to %o.. Bar-; ley was 4c lower. Plnx declined 3%c.' .Minneapolis wheat was %e down for; May. %c down for July and %c ad-i vaiico for Seytember. The close was  quiet with prices irregular, the near; nipnths showing more weakness -yvith i fractional gains locally, while the' deferred months were strong. Especially in the United Stales Tiiarkets was �' this seen when the expected diplo- \ matic break caused tlie hear months to close around the low points, while the new crop months closed higher on the reports from the winter wheat crop. FUTURES Winnipeg wheat- May...... ----.. July........... Oats-May V .......... Juiy........... Flax- aiay......... .. Minneapolis- May........... July.........� .. Sept........... .. Chicago- May......... .. July........... ! Sept............ Wheat-No. 1 Nor... 15814 � !No. 3 Nor... 150% iNo. 5 Nor... 119% Feed ...... . Oats- No. 2 C. W^.. 52 Extra 1 Feed ... l.Feed.....49 Barley- N0.-3 C. W.. So^ Rejected and Peed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. .. No. 2 C. W...... 161% 163% 161% 161% .55% 55% 55 55% 264% 201% 163 165% 163 163% 135% 135% 163 161 143 143% 132% 133% 4 PRICES 2^ Nor.. .155% . 4 Nor.. .141% .6 Nor.. . 94% ... ... 85 . 3 C. W. . 50 50 Treat Your COLD (he NYAL Way The Nyal Company make a number of preparations for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Grippe, etc., and each preparation is a specific remedy for some particular kind of trouble. ABOUT �' COME IN AND ASK THESE. rTlnol Expectorant '..\ 25c, 50c ^Chery Cough Cure 25c, 50c Sore Throat Cure . 25c Throat Pastilles ...... 25c Laxacolds ..j.............25c Emulsion Cod Liver Oil, 50c . and................... $1.0C Cod Liver Cojnpound , 50c, $1,00 ^ tasteless ..and .'palatable preparation of Cod Liver Oil. TkeKed Cross Drag & Book Co., Linited PHONE 6S5. BULLETINS ARTILLERY ACTIVE ; Berlin, via Sayvllki, Feb. 2.- Artl((ery and reconnoitering :ic-tivlty of a lively sort is reported in today's army headquarters' statement in many sectors of the Franco-Belgian front. The artiil-; ery duel was particularly sharp between the Ancre and the Somme, while in the Gueude-court sector on the Somme front . .an operation by British forces rer -suited in German lines beinQ etir ' tered on a small front, the ;Germans afterward clearing,the. poEli'  tion by a c^ounter a.ttack. BOMBED DUNKIRK V Paris, Feb. 2.-Trenches south /'of Leintrey in Lorraine, were attacked last night by Germans. The attacks failed the war office announced today. There were artillery actions last night at Louvemont, north of Verdun, and at Metzeral, in the Vosges. -German aviators dropped five bombs Thursday on Dunkirk. The . yvar office statement'-reports the damage small and ^hat there, - were no victims. 2 Feed 48 No. 4 C. W.. 80% ...______... 70 ............ 2.54 ........... 251 Continuous . . Quotations on Stocks and, . . Grain, all . . Markets Baird and Botterell Union Bank Building, Lethbrldge ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. PHONE 1599 :-: MANAGER JB16 :-: RESlbflNCE 1862 BRANCH�S:CALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices, "Wheat .....143 Oats ....... 43% Barley ..... 73 Flax .......238 Wagon Prices Wheat .....135 Oats ....... 39 Barley ..... 68 Flax .......229 I EAT ALL 1 WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and CommuBion Merchants Csl3�ry-~'Edmonton-Lethbrldg* Our entire organtzi.Uon is at your lervioe and with our experience we con safely guarantee to set you the best prices for your grata at any. time and for any grade or kind of xraln. 'Phono M 1922 Calgary Office 1865 Lothbridge Res. 1811 Lethbridge See Our Agents who are In your ' district J. A. CUMMING Lethbridge Manager For Quotations. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484^ SMITH-MURPHY & CO. GRAIN I / HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at ourexpenss If you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market wiil Etand and give you courteous service and prompt "returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER , LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEnLOCK BUILDING AVHERE TO GO FOB " Roofing, tTinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HJeK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%c; choice cows 6Hc. Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs.,-ll%c. Choice killing ^wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, Si^c. Y.M.C.A.ONiY TO BE A S! That the Y. M. C. A. has crossed the divide and is on the way to becoming a bigger succes.s than ever, was seen ; by the new board of directors which � undertook its responsibilities at the first meeting held in the triangle room last Might, Following the lead of the old directors, the new members showed a desir^ to get into harness and down to work. President M. S. Mc-Arthur. Secretary Bickell, A. M. Marshall and others v;ho were members ' of the old board were enthusiastic am\ I 'Optimistic regarding the "Y" and the; I place it would fill with the co-opera-. ' tion of the citizens. I C. E. Cameron is the prer-idont for ' ,1917. It was felt that it would be aii injustice to expect the past president, ^ ; Mr, McArthur, to continue to hold I this responsibility, in view of the ' ' amount of time he has devoted to the institution for the past two years. Mr. j Mc.^rthur is the vice-president, Wm.; ; Grey secretary and E. S. Jackson was ! re-elected treasurer. The following are the members of committeps: Finance-E. S. .lackaon, A. M. Alar-shall and C. S. Farrow.  -JMombcrship-R. Nimmons, R. W. Long, E. R. J. Forater, B. U. Rylands and A. C. Raworth. House-Ed. Davis, Geo. Whelen and ,1. Torrance. Mr. Bickell, Mvhd has been acting under tentative agreement for the past four months, wras appointed genera) secretary. Mr. Bickell ha.s shown ability as an efficient, hard working secretary, with a vision of what the Y. M. C, A. should accomplish. The next moating is- called for Thursday evening of next week to consider important plans and bear reports ot committees. No More Gas;o'n the?Stomach of:Sour etomachl No Morfe Heavy Feejing After Metils or Constipation! If you hare sour stomach', conBtipa-tion or gas on the stomach, try JUST ON^ DOSE of simple buckthorn barki, glycerine, etc., as r^ed in Adler-i-ka; tlie remedy -which Is becoming'&nowh� as the MOST PO^ERPUt. bowel' " cleanser ever sold. - , The i'BKY FIRST'dose shows,results and a short .treatment with Adler-i-ka wiil surprise yoti. This remedy drains such astonishing amounts of old matter.from the feystem that A SINGLE .DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomacU'and gas on the stomach almost INSTANTLV. J. D. Higiabotfiam �Co Limite^ "Albert*'* Pioneer Dcugglati.'* The 78th depot battery, now over 16.0 strong, has been accomplishing a great deal in the way of traintog inj the past few weeks. Under the direction 6f Major de Hoaldes, riding master, the men have been receiving some splendid Instruction in riding, and' other esoelient training in various �phases of artillery work is being undertaken. The battery is continually taking on more recruits, and jUiei'e is room tor any who wish to joi'n up. CITY AND DISTRICT Grain Manager Here f; W-. Piche, Calgary manager ot Baird and Botterell, is in the city visiting the local offices of the company. The Wholesaio and retail cbeniHts TELEPHONE NO. 322; The Women's Comfoi:t Roonisr Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 MasoB & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbrids^e Victrolas. Victor Records, Violins, AccorcTeons, Sheet/IVIuiic 3nd Musical Merchandise.. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention, m c'o'tTjON EXCHANGES MAY CLOSE ^ .Aii^usta. Ga., Feb. 1.-Augusta col^ ! uaun.u uv w..-. v,.--,J>AXATiVB BROMO QUININE re-No definite steps were! moves the cause. There is only one talceii liere other tiian omission of the posting of spot ..prices. Bromo Quinine." E. W. Grove's' signature is on box. 25c, London, Feb.-2.-The iligedad met in secret session Thursday afternoon, says (Renter's Copenhagen correspon-ident, "All the ministers were present, Thfc foreign _?n!niBter explained the altuation- ari^ilig, from Germany's submarine, threats; and communicated to those present the government's decision to endeavor to have foreign trade maintained on tlie same" principles as have hitho'rto prevailed: �Spokeismen of all parties announced their adliesioii tfl tUo government." .' Barons Farmer Dead in every day, biit>l)!(e^�ra: p thene on �ui" shelves wc want to dear out all our previous .stock. We have about and mnke'|Ih 'ail ollei* tor one of tlwSse Hiiits* It' reasonable, wie won't refuse. Also 100 Boys' Suits, sizes from 2.5 to 35 breast. These will be sold for less than cost. We want the room. v , .....^. ^. Thaeli The Taflor \m 3rd Avenue Next I^. Burns' '1^ 33 37 6 33 -15 31 33 - 6, 3'i 9 - 1 -24 -20 Floiir at Auction I AT WADDINGrON'H AUCTION BOOMS : i'f. . DOMINION BLOCK Tomorrow Night, Saturday AT EIGHT O'CLOCK* There will b,e-,8old by Auction and absolutely without reserve About 30 ioOU). Wat ks of Ogilvies' Best Flour V Clean up a deal. The greatest.chance ever offered in Lethbridge to Housekeepers. ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE FRANK WADDINGTON - AUCTIONEER -24/^-24 -Itf -35 -SO -32 FI;O.O.f. mm ,9, Etzikom Lodge ^o. 128, 1. O, Q. F. "^r'held its first ins' ^'atlon ot officers on i Tuesday nlgiit � v/iien degree teams from Lethbridge .-w^Pe. present. Three degree teams together with a large number of friends went out on f special train, one t^am going from. -40 -38 -34 -20 CIVIL "^SERVICE AT OTTAWA CONTAINS FIT BATTALION Ottawa, Feb. 1.-A census of tlie civil service is completed, and it fthowB that in tl^e Inside service at Ottawa thei^ arp 1700 single men of inilitary age, of whom 1100 at least are fit for active service. each lodge, Lethbridge No. 2, Viaduct; No, 1)3 and Mizpah l^o. 72. "The niim-, ber of visitors was about'70 in all.; Supper was served when, the special reached Etzikom about eight o'clqck; and at midnight a chicken supper was, one ot the features ot tho program.. .Speeches were delivered by A. R Bradley, P.O., Calgary; J. A. Telley, PG., Calgary; a. n: Falrley, P;G.M..' Lethbridge and A. E. Dunlop, Lotlii' bridge. 1 ; j On the return trip the special train; was held up at Foremost for seven hours owing to a freeze-up of the C. P. R. water supply. Coose Leaf Ledgers Trial Balance 'BjTOks, Synoptics froni 2 cols, to 30'^dls., Typewriter Paper,s, Carlrims and Bibbons, Heporters Note Books ai\. Store PHONE t26S ^ ; OLD BENTLEY BLOCK: ;