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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Be.t $1.25 iOay Hbt^l iiT Albl)i^|t, r'ANNdmcEimNT: ^ Through tlie roiiitcsy ot Gcoij^o kwr & Co. we jii-e teiii|)oraPily located in tli�li- store and will attend to a^l orders tliei-e.c Our phone mnubev is 525. a8 usual. . ,� ^ � All those wishing our men to ..............'V ^ ' " ^ ' jUsV-THE THING TO BRIGHTEN UPVlbUR^rtOMES. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. 7-  D;u,i.t� and Stationer. Next Da-las Mote, Derby, Eng., Feb. 3.-The GuildhEll was crowded and many persons were imable to obtain admission wlien At-, torney-General Sir Frederick E. Smith! today opened the case against Uie four' persons accused of consjiii-acy to murder Premier David Lloyd deorge and Arthur Heudersou. member of the war council. The accused are Mrs. Alice Wheeldon, her two daughters, Miss Anne Wlieeldon and Mrs. Alfred Geo. j Mason, and JHrs. Mason's husband, j The attorney-general in bis opening tlddress referred,, to the. prisoners as desperate, dangerous people, bitterly hostile to the country. Tiiey were, he �declared, shelterers of fugitives from j the army who were doing their best to injure Great Britain in her present crisis. The prisoner Mason he point-red out, was a' chemist of very con-jsiderable skill, who had made a special study of poison, and might be con-jsidered an expert,in such, a matter. Treat Your COLD the 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. COME IN AND ASK'ABOUT THESE. Pinol Expectorant:,... 28c, 50c Chery Cough CuneV--' 25c, SOc Sore Throat Cur^s .t........ 25c Throat Pastiliea .....____.. 25c Laxacolds....... 25c Emulsion Cod Liver Oil, SOc ; and ....... $1.00 Cod Liver Compound SOc, $1.00 A tasteless and ,,palatable prep^ aration of Cajd Liver Oil. Tke Red Ci-oss Drag & Book C�o;, Linited PHON^ Res. EXTRA I' > ^ -ICS- American Liner Sunk LcHidon, ^'eb. 3.-Flash- The American Liner Housitanic, has been suiiu by a German subniarihe. r- ^'.^ ' M ''' JBut a good basin of Gong's Sou^ will warm you. 5c each. ^ ^  TICkNE^ & CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Continuous . . Quotations on Stotks and, . . Grain, all . . Markets "Winnipeg, Feb. 3.-^Winnipeg wheat closed ,6>4c up for May; 3�ic uptfor July and 4%c higher for October. Oats gained lite In Jlny. and "ic in July. Barley ' was up -tc. Plax. Was 214 c down. Minne-� apoli�-wheat was upSyc in May andl6c i in July and. September. ' I The close: was strong with recoveries I mostly In /evidence In the near mohtiis,' after standing 6c down ffom the prev-: ious'close wheat gained from 6c to 7c all �over. The ranges Were very .\8 S.=) ..32 52 ..50 . s; No More Gas onnhttSSsmaeh or Sour Stomachr N.o'MoreHeavy Faelin(( After Mells orrconstlpationl If you haxe sour stomach, constlpa^ tioh or gas; on the stomacli trjr JUST ONE DOSE of pimple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as nftked'in A'dler-i-ka, the reisedy which is^ecomins known as the MOST POWBRPt.1I.. bowel cleanser ever sold. .': The VERY FIRST �dose show's results and a short !:^reatment "with Adier-i-ka wlH surprise you. This remedy drains such astonish-jBg amounts of old matter from the liystem that A SINGI^E DOSE relieves constipation, sour "stomach and gas' on the stomach almost INSTANTLY." J. D. Higiahotham & Co � Limited 'Alberts's Pioneer Drtigflitt*.'* The IbtJcMsttit* Wliolesala and retail ^^emlsts � TELEPHONE NO. V� (Special to tlic H^eraldl C�rdston, Fe*. 3.-While the blitlding''was crowded with delegates to-ttje quarterlyxbflference of the Alberta Stake', L.p.S., fire broke-out in the. big .assembly hail^-'here this afternoon,-and. be-, fore the water could be got Into play upon the flamest'the building had burned to�the ^ground.;. T^e loss is j(bout $8000. ;. , ^ 1 t , The fire broke out In the. chlm--treytfue, and the .crowd,,in the building. had barely time to escape. No one was injured. $�dme of th^contents were saved. Ouf Spi'lng Goods arc eominj; in evpry dayv but befoife puttii^ tliese on our shelves \ye wiuit to clear out all our inevious sloeU. W,e " ^ have about LE PAS HALF BREED STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN mnd Coministion McrfhaaU ^l|*ry-^Edn\Bnten-Lathbriiga Oiw snttre orgakisktloa Is At yew-asrvioe and with our exper-lance we can s&fely ruarastM to gat you the besi prices tor 'jTour gnin at any tine and tmt 1^ any grade or kind ot grata. [^itona M 1922 Calgary For vOfries 1M6' LsUibridge Quota-/Aaa. 1811 Lethbridga tiasis. Our Agents who are in yaur diatriot. J. A. GUMMING Lethbrldge Manager OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 148*. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone alL our expense If you have grain to handle. We can assure you ..the best price the market wi!! stand and give you courteoua service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEnLOCK BUILDING No. 2 O. W. ...248 LOCAL MARKETS Gram & Livestock Prices Trac^ Prices Wheat .I4t)% Oats ..'. . �. 45% Barlev Flax ;.....2:i5 Wagon Prices AVheat .....142. Oats ... ... 41 Barley ..... 68 Flax......229 Till? Wpmen^s Comfort Raonifc? Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 St. , Paul. Minn;; Felj. 3.-Albert Campbell' the Cree half breed of Le Pas, Manitoba, won tfie-522 mile dog race from Winnipeg to'St. Paul, crops-ing the finishing line In Como park here today .at 12.44 p^m. The three other leaders followed the winner, closely hunched, ' Bill Grayson coming In second at 12,497 Joe Metcalt third at 12.49% and Gabriel Ca�ipi)eII. brother of the winner, fourth at 12.49-40. GERMi^NY IS TO BLAME Washington, Feb. 2.-Ex-President Taft'sald in an address tonight that it the United States warred the fault wo.uId he entirely Germany's, through her "defiance of principles/- o|' Justice and -humanity." Raiig^iiig'jti Price from if525 to Ji�5. jColne liV aJmi'|n|JM^i ^Ifc| .|or oiiq- ot^th^se 'Hiilts. : ^jili^riiasona won't'refuse; r � '' Also lOaaoys' .Suits, sizes fi'din 25 to 35 breast. These will be sold loi: less than cost. " A We want the room. : * / BORN ^ CRAAVPORD-To Mr. and Mrs. R. ..^.Crawford, on Feb. 3rd, a daughter. ANNOUNCEIWENT the Salvation Army! lit, frpnjVfl;to a0j30, consisting ofj : ua.w>.vi- b^hs' ahd lemon pie, and your :* e^ljlK StiMit- ^^olr- P Kxcellenclies the j v,PuSefeand ' DpchesH' of DeypBshlrc j �^yobld syrlye id iWSnnSp'eg at the ead^ ;?;9f',the month, to spend a week or! ,inore.'- The -governor-general'va party -vi-ill; occupy Goverhinent House during their stay here. LIMITING FOOD IN BRITAIN London, F^b, 2.-r-The food ministry has issued an appeal for the limitation of lh�. consumptloh of bread to four pounds, moat two and a half i pounds, and sugar, Uiree-quarters of a pouad weekly per head. BR.VaN IS BUSY New york, Feb. 2.-W. J. Bryan, at a pass meeting tbnighW declared it .would be a crime it the United States eaters the Europeon war. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, IViC; choice cows 6%c. � � Select hogs, 150 to 200 lh8.,-llV�c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes. 9^c. CITY AND DISTRICT Doings at tiie "Y" i Saturday 7 p. to., practice of bas-jketball club for next Tuesday night's program; S p.m., regular intermediate gj'mnasium class and s\ylm._^ To ^eet Saturday Tile Hoys' Intermediate class of tlie y.M.C.A. instead of meeting Thursday night will meet on Saturdays at 7.30. MasQn & Risch ^ Limited Balmoral Blacky LetHbridgs Viclrolas, Victor! Record;/. Viol-ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Muslcai Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attentions ? TOO SUGGESTIVE First Tramp-^1 wisti I could'git off j the p^arlah^hall. deae fast freights for a rido in a first  ~ class oo^ch. \,, Second Tramp-Kvery cloud has its , .silver lining. Communion Deferred Owing to the extreme cold the com-nmnion service in Wesley church will not be held tomorrow as announced, but the regular services will be iield as usual and the church will be comtft-tably warm. Service Cancelled Owing to shortage of coal there will be no 8 a.ra. service in St. Auguslin's church tomorrow. The Sunday school will he held in the church instea'd of BRANT WOMAN DIES AT 98 I Brantford, Feb. 2.-One. of, the I oldest resident's of Brant., County, Mrs. John Nelson, mother of Thomas ,f. Nelson, Grand Trunk ticket agent, here, is dead in Paris at the >ge oE 98 years. Born in -Ireland, she came to Canada in 1854, and in 1856 moved to Paris, where she has flince resided. I Fourteen children were born, six of i/whom are still "living. SUFFICIENT FOR 8AM London, Feb, 2..-Discussing- ' Sir Sara Hughes' speech in thB;ho.Use ot commons at Ottawa, the Star says: "He is inorp -Joyal to. the Boss rifle y tli'o laenV The Ctnadiaii 'eiiulp- than to Lim inuu.- x��5 v/*-*."**."" -1-*-I at. Service on Oranqe Line '! ment wasCnoi-thrown asldf through of a wood-pile. , moUoe, EX-MILWAUKEEAN PICKED TO-SETTLE IRELAND QUESTION Lord Shaughnessy Also Was Offered Cabinet Seat, It Is Learned -Montreal.-Loi'd Shaughnessy, ori!y Canadian who is a member of thi British house of peers-the Shaugh-ij nessy who was bom in Milwaulvte,' Oct, C, 1853, and who hegan his ti i fee] in the purchasing departmeoi ot il e.i Milwaukee road-was selected to solve Britain's lOO-Jfear-old problem, the Irish duestion, � writes. ,Tohn Cai'an O'Lnughlin ln-;The Chicaw^^Herii'l. His lordship did not deny ihttt lio had been offifted avplace in ths neW cabinet; He was forced to .dei;Uno t,w-i ing to;importance of his affairs in connection with the Canadian Paciffc. Ho,left England less tlian a wepic 1 e-fore-thej Asquitu ministry fell i,o piit his house in ordsr. That will bo accomplished in twd. months, and he wiU return to England to take hh ^sat in the ho.use of lords Want Prohlem End^ri It is known theV^loyd George ministry determined toSremove the Irish ciuestion forever frAn politics. For some months plans Vave been under consideration. , It is realized that something must be devoloped which .wlit�atiBfy Ulstor-itoS Ini the north as Veil as home rulers in the south, Tley are counting .on the a^istancelof the little president ot the CanadialPaclfic, who in close touch with l^ifRrican sentiment throughout his lifei realizes the Interest taken in the Ilited States in the. Irish .questlpn.. .'.1 More'than this, Lord lUaughnessy is of-Irish' iiarontage andialwiiys has kept informed on Ireland,! -Shrewd, sagacious, use�H to dealing 0011 r at Auction! At \ViAiiDI\ GTON'S AUCTION ROOMS '�'V,':?-;T'-'-:^'--- � DOMINION BLOCK - , ...^1 - > � - � liliKlHT, SATURDAY "/ \\y at'EIGhjt O'CLOCK-  ' There will:;be'; sold by Auction and absolutely without preserve To clean. Up a deal. ,.' Th.eOgreateit>cliahce ever offered} In Lethbrldge- to Houseltef pers. 'I'^i-'I''-'ABSOLUTELY NO "RESERVE V t.v FRANK WADDINGTON - AUCTIONEER ' with large-affairs^-and handling'men~. Lord Sbaugjuiessy! ;Wlll^ be able,, according to. il^isj �r)feildp,, to give to the Irish .nUestion Ul'iei benefit of long: experience; i..,:',! .>4.V>f} \ � � ' Fsiiyo^ � Hopte I'Ruie Lord..S>iau^h'no^sy>does not see why Irelani.j Iriiauld!'' :no^ .enjoy> confederation or, ^9iei,ri51jB?.^iin^er, cdnditibnS' similaFito|tiQ^e of-'Ca,niada.e86y regards it ns-aii internaiionbi quelMon. ; The 'whole' British- einpire is interested, not'only. b.ficause of-'the situation In.Jfeland.-hut^hecttUBo thead are Irish In Canada,^raUa,;..'New.:Zea'' land, a'nd in everx British; cdlony. ' The'internfcOonalaspecrlies in that' Diere are so many, Irish In^bfher couii' tries. .  ., * , � ; Under.the plan beingFdlspUBBiadth^ jcountles of Ireland will ha*e" their own! local parliaments. Ther'e'^.w'Ul h(^ an; Jrish parliament, in whl^l;;' al) 3 the' Irish people will have repreisentatlouil. nhd an Irish ministry, which .^iU have^ power ,under a constitutic^ri.Blnillar/ ta to that granted to Cana^ii.' ' ^ ^ ; Tliiis Ireland will liaye what In fact Wlil be complete home?r|ile"':/ Ti^tl^^iiuut'ti iBooIts, Hyimptic^ f rom^^^rts^ to 30 colsiv Typewriter Papers, Carboniti aiii^ Rijl)Ji>,oiisrIic|)orters Note Books audr AU Other Office f^pplies ; >. > Rob ertson's Book Store PHO'NE 1266 ,, �------ OLD BENTLEV BLOCK I 28 273238 ;