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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta QTEL DALLAS EUROPPAN PLAN XENTRAU COMFORTABLE HERALD HOTEL WINMoIR ax Beit $1.25 a DRyrHotel in Alberta ANNOUNCEMENT: Through the courtesy of George Kerr iV: Co.'we are teiiii)oraril.y locat-,ctl ill their store and will attend to all orders there, 'pur phone uniui)cr is 52f5, as usual. AH those wishiHi? our men to call lor orders please notify us, ^ THE GOOD GO. BULLETINS ATTACKS IN RIGA REGION Petrograd, via London, -Feb. 5. -The Germans are continuing their attacks in the Riga regionj, the war office announced, but have made no gains. Scotts Jmulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil WITH HYPOPHOSPHhTESOPLHWE. and" SODA Just the thing for' pulmonary disecses, coughs, colds and general debility.. , . , , . Two Sires-60c and $1.20. THE KENNY & ALLIN GO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel HUNS REPULSED Paris, Feb. S.-South of the Somme a German raid near Bar-leux last night was repulsed, the war office announced today. The French made several excursions Into the German lines In Cham-bnstte and Pont-A-Moussdti sectors and in Alsace without , suffering losses. Otherwise the nighf-was calm along the front. Cblmar, Alsace, was bombarded by French aeroplanes. Treat Your GOLD the NYAL Way Tlip 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 THESE. ABOUT RETOOK TRENCHES Berlin, Feb. 5.-German troops In counter attacks Sunday recaptured from British the greater portion" of the trencf� DISTRICT Building Permits ' Building permits for the month of January totalled $2,640. Doings at the "Y" , At '8 o'clock tonight, basketball I practice; 4.15 p.m.  Tuesday, regular junior gj'm and swimming class. Masonic Meeting ; North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. and J A. M., emergent meeting tonight; First ! degree. . Visiting brethren cordially invited. a. O. F. Meeting ! The Ancient Order of Foi^esters will meet in Oddfellows Hall tonight at 8 -o'clock. AH members are asked to attend. HigiDbOthant's -. ..-......-1% No. G Xor. ,..in5?a ............. 94 Xo. 3 C. "W. ...52% ..................52% Xo. 2 Feed ....50%; No. 4 .72 LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....153% Oats ........io% Barley .....79% Flax .:.....238% OFFICE PHONE 1313, MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG 'Write or phone at our expense If'you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price 'the market wll! stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. " N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRID6E OFFICE - SHE'tfLOCK BUILDING REILERSWILL "Wagon Prices Wheat .,...146 Oats ......: 41 Barley G8 Flax ..,..^..229 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%o; choice cows 6v&e. >:-�,, , �� Selec^ hogs, 150 to.-200 lbs., lli,4c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ew.e9,.:9%c. CARE WITH ASHES M 'ma i STRONG &DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants C�lgary-'^dnnontan~Lethbrld3� 'yttiif ervlce and urith our exper-^^lence '^we can safely guarant�� , ,toi^t: you the best ijricea for *ydl!r.gnUn.at any time and tvt ^a^a^lffnde^orldnd of (rain. 'Vh6MMr192Z Calgary 1 For iOfno* jlWVLethbridge \ Qi:ota-Rea. yi811 LethbWdge) tlsna. .taOur'Aj'aitUiWho are In your J. AicUMMING -'.;;sbes or embers being deposit- Winnipeg meeting. ed, with the knowledge and consent ______ .of the assured, in wooden vessels; or To Cure a Cold In One Day I by stoves or stove-pipes being, to the Talce LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE I knowledge of the assui-bd, in an un-�fablets Druggists refund money if! safe condition, or improperly secur-it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa- j cd. t-irb is on each bo.":. 25c.- Amsterdam, .Ian. .10.-A Constantinople dispatch to Reuters says that the Turkish parliament, on tlio rc Washington, F%b.: 5.-While United States .awaits the issue of war or peace. President Wilson has taken stops that the conduct of tho government during-the tenso period of waiting shall be one of Icalm deliberation and beyond criticism: - Tho United States government, it was statea officially, will bo very careful.tQ.see'ffiat.Germany and all othei- foreign:governments wlll^Jjave no just cause for complaint. General instructions have been issued to; jthe .federal.government officials in- all parts of the country to avoid hasty action ftnd do nothing not strictly legal.arid "AVithin the proviAc of the governmeut. .. No Right to Seize Ships -The govei'nniehti'it was pointed out, has no legal rlgbt to take over war-bound merchant i sUips in United States harbors. The'strict legal rigiit must bo the. basis for the conduct of all federal officers under the announced nolloy of the government. No matter what other nations may do in tlie present emergency it was stated that United States will adhere strictly to the law and 'do nothing under the stress of excitement which It would not be leg^l to do in ordinary times. As outlined in historical quarters, the policy of the govfrniuent will be to act on pT^nolple rather than on tlie grountl of expediency. Federal authorities will be expected by the president to avoid any act that might be considered . questionable.. The president himseU", it was stated, is moving without panic or haste, and o.xpects all subordinate officials of the gbvernmant-to do likewise. WluJe .not :'Btated'spocitically it became kno=M-n tliat the president is particularly anxious . to, warn United States citizens genera.llv to do nothing which might cause trouble. He desires fhat every act of the United States in tliis superrcrisis shall bo with absolute propiiety. I� war comes he wants-no possible blame attached to the ' Uiiitefl States � government or any of its , oftiplals oi: people . Gerard Asks-Fori Psfesports Berlin, Feb.' S.^Ambassador .lames W. Gerard, tjiis -mornljig received instructions, to request his passports. His plans for-dopartUre are not yet.decided, . .t v', Cojifers'With : President Washington,'fjeb..5.-'Secretary Lau-elnp conferred' with .President Wilson this 9ltornoj5n.'On,hls:way,to the white houB^lie .would not discuss he; otiject of hi^'vioU.' i Was; No;'Bomb Nev/ Xork-,' Feb. .fr.-r-Budley Field .JIalone, coljoctor of, the port of New York, denied today, tlie report that a bomb had been- discovered under the steps of his'l-esidence flr that he had communicated .'AVith tbe treasury de-l')artment.''qn nnysdbiect." Won't Be.Deterred ' London,; Feb.- S.-1'he Cologne Gazette is quoted as follows by the Central Newfl AmstoKdnni oorrespoudent '-Mr. 'WljBoniB action is re-let;h'}m - not imagine it Ve are firm son today issued a. ])roclaraatlD)i under authority of the recent shipping act prohibiting American ship owners from transferring'their vessels to any other registry," Transferring Prfsoners New York. Feb. B.-^Transfer to Ellis Island of members of the'�crews of the Austrian and Gorman ships in New York harbor began � tbis afternoon. High Marine Insurance New York, Feb. 5.--For the first time since the beginning- of tho war marine insurance rates on United States ships were today, placed on a level with those for ships, of tlie entente allies.' , > { ^^ New ..w, York, Feb. 5.-Tlie sailing of tlie American liner St. Louis licUl hi port since Saturday, lias been post-ponod until officials of the line receive word from Washington as to the government's policy In respect to the sailing of the United States passenger ships �for >fans-Atlantic ^jort!?. Pending these advipes, noon tomormw was set as a tenta'tlve date. ' ' . omsiEEtyF 7 Train Did Not Wait Mucb indignation.v/ase.\pressed ijy passengers from the south on Saturday night when the C.P.H, train at | today:....... Coutts failed to wait for the Grefit I srettable, butj. let him not Northern train from Great Falls.'There : will make us hesitate. W were atout 45 people on the train Mn our d6clalon/to' apply the full coming;'through to Canada, and when ' nreans that,yjll.bring us victory and they found tlie Coutts local had gone i Peace. Aithouglv Prpsident Wilson's they clubbed together and got a spe-i declaration does- not mean war, it is clal out from Lethbridge to bring ;'a threat 47:0 ANNOUKICEMENT Skating tonight at tho Auditorium Rink. Band in attendance; Loose L^af Ledgers Trial Balance Books, Synoptics fi'om 2 cols, to 30 cols., Typewriter Papers, Carbons and Ribbons, Keporters Note l^ooks and All Other Office Supplies Rob ertson's Book Store PHONEr!265 ^ _ OLD BENTLEY BLOCK 2745 067817 ;