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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta S.OTEL DALLAS 7T LETHBRIDGE Moving We have leased the store directly south of the Hudson Bay Co. and formerly occupied by Piche ? ? ? ? ? RETAILERS' MEETING The retail section of the board of trade will hold another meeting in the Chinook club at 12.30 luncheon on Fri- day, instead of on Friday evening, as announced.elsewhere in this issue. *? > : ? ? * ? ? ? > ? ?. * CITY AND DISTRICT Opened Here Walker and King, Ltd., clothiers, have'opened in the Alexandra Hotel. Trades Council The Trades Council >vill meet at 8 o'clock this evening. : - Announcement , IlUiBtratqa talk _ on .Palestine tonight 7.30 in Wesley hall. Silver collection. 'One Drunk One drunk was fined $10 and costs or 30 days by Police Magistrate Elton this morning. A FOOT RULE LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Elevator Manager . Jos. Parr, manager of the Alberta Pacific line elevators, was in. the city today on a tour of the south. -f- ' Former Lethbridgeite - F. A. Pine, of Livingston, Mont., a former member of the Herald staff, was in the city yesterday renewmg old aequalntances. Rogi^H Attacks Judg^;. Gait in The Coniniohs OFFICE PHONE 1313. -MANAGER'S PHONE 1434. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE,WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense if you have.grain to handle. We can assure you the beat price the market wl!i, stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEKLOCK BUILDING "--MINISTER DENIES REPORT London, Feb. 7.-Reuter's "correspondent at The Hague says the Dutch foreign muii.ster has formally denied that instructions hav.e heen given for the Dutchmen of military age in Prance to report at the consulates in that covintry. BUYING SHOES IN BRITAIN Toronto, Feb. 7.-"It is reported here, in connection with Canadian army shoes, that an order for 275,000 pairs have been placed with an English firm," says a London cable to the Evening Telegram. Track Prices Wheat .....150 Oats......45% Barley .....81 Flax......239 Wagon Prices Wheat .....144 Oats ......41 Barley ..... 68 Flax ... ...230 LIVESTOCK PRICES Shoice steers, 7%c; choice cows Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, 0%c. INHABITANTS MUCH ALARMED Amsterdam, via London, Feb.i 7.-p The Neue Rolterdamsche Courant says German fortifications and towns on the Dutch frontier are filled with sol diers, and many inhabitants of the frontier villages have packed all their most valuable possessions, in readiness fo;- possible sudden flight. The uneasiness is increasing. Never Cut a Com! It is dangerous. It usually makes the. corn worse, and harder to cure, ^wad may cause blood poisoning. HIGINBOTHAM'S Magic Corn Cure helps to remove corns far more effectively than by cutting, and with no pain or danger. We sell it under a positive guarantee to relieve, or money back. . Plice, 25 cents J. D. Higiabotham &?o � ' Limited .y.:..?: �Alberta's Plahesr Drugaiatfc'* The 3te9sS �'H' WholesaU and ristail ehdinlBts TELEPHONE NO. 322 Board of Health The board of. health will hold its regular meeting tomorrow afternoon when the estimates for the year, and 1916. reports will be discussed; Court Unity A. O. F. Meeting The above court of the A. O. F. will hold their regular meeUng tomorrow (Thursday) evening in Burgmann's hall. Business: Initiation and general. Ottawa;,Feb.-T.-rrHon. Robert Rogers, minister -of -public works, on a question of privilege in the house this afternoon, referred to the article which appeared this morning in the Ottawa Clthsen relatiiig^to the recent report of Judge Grilt.of"Wiiinlpeg. Mr. Rogers stated.that Judge Gait's report had BhQ%^n.^aninius' and misrei)reseuta-tion in/lM3^ftndlues: ; Sir" AVilWdLaufief rose on a point of ordort: He said that the minister wus' at liberty to dispute the conclu-eion, o( the-judge,'Or ma^e a personal exSlanatioii. but: hd could not impugn the ciiaiTa.'cter"ofv.the .Commissioner. Speakeif; '9bodeB> was inclined to think: that,;Sir ^^llfild'S objection was wrtl��lakeIi^'^:^:/'.'>;�;:;;�'.' � , ^r. ,HogerB',Tvent'on to say that Judge Qai^;a*:-cniport/was due to-'the fact tliat ^on B^ertaln'accliBatlon he (Mr. Rogers) had occasion to-tell him that he liad '6art6red the honor of the bench.. Sir WilfrWAafeain objected that the Attends Funeral Superintendent C. A. Cotterell of the C.P.R., went to,Edmonton yesterday to attend the funeral of the late General Superintendent Taylor, ^ Is Postponed The Sons of Eagland meeting called for this evening has been postponed until ne.xt Wednesday evening, but all the members are asked to attend the whist drive which is being held at- the S. O. E. hall this evening. dpugn the char' ANNOUNCEMENT The Young Ladles of St. Patrick's ! Church will hold a Card Party and I Social in St. Basil's School on Thursday evening, February 8th, 1917. ,49-2 BORN f , BLOW BETWEEN THE EYES London, Feb. 0. - Arthur Neville Chamberlain, director-general of the pritlsh national service, outlining the � sclieme for national service, today j said: ! ."Let nobody suppose that because Count Bernstorff has been/givnii his, passports there is nothing else to do.! Germany intends to starve us. The � ifaw'^ipyg" Tv; gr',. ~J,r,i-^-T-5--I answer must be a blow straight be- jBREEZE-To Mr. and Mrs. J. Breeze j tween the eyes which, will beat the The Women's Comfort Rooins Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 17)0 STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and CommiBsion Merchant* Calgary-^Edmonton-Lethfarldg* . Our entire orgBnUatlon Is at rqur-servloe and^with our exp�r-. lenco! T/e can safely guarantee to^ot youthe best prices for your grain at any time and for :.an7>arade or Idnd of grain. ^ PfiitM M '1922 Calgary 1 Far . OfflesvlSee' LetJibrldge } Quou-Rea. - ? 1S11 Lethbrldgs) tleas. ' OMr Aflenta who are In yoiir tflAtriot. J. A-'CUMMINQ- ^ -Lethbrldge Manager 1031, 12th Street B. S., on February 7th, a daughter. Potatoes Wanted CAR iOTS OR LESS Must be Quod sized, sound white stock. Phone 732 or call at >Suunders Hay and Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue S. enemy down , an4cJ�inB h'm 'o senses." IRISH ELECTION London, ^ Feb, 6.-Dispatches from Ireland this morning report the follow- ; ing a.'j the result of the North Ro.scom-mon election to the house of com- ; mons: j Plunkitt, Sin Peiner, 3,022; Deviue j Nationalist, 1,708; Tiilly, Independent, 1637; the Dublin L'niveraity candidate  Arthur Samuels, K.C., 1,481; Sir llobt. i Woods, 679. Mason & Risch 'Limited Balmoral Block Lethbrldge Victrolas, Victor Records, VIM. ins, Accordeohs, Sheet Music and IVIusical: Merchandise. Mail Orde'rii Given Careful Attention. To Address Scholars * Tomorrow afternoon in the auditorium of Centra! school, Lieut. Edwards who is in the province recruiting for the navy, will address tlie punlls of Grade VIII, Central school, aiid the High school on "A Boy's Lite in the*] Navy." This M'ill be an opportunity for the ladies to hear him. C.-O. F. Meeting , The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be hid in the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening, Thursday, Feb. 8th, at J p.m. Some very important business. Notice of motions concerning w the insurance law will be discussed. Refreshments will be served, all members are requested to attend this meeting. Board of Trade Luncheon The regular lunche'on of tiie board of trade will be held In the Chinook club on Thursday at noon. Lieut. Edwards, recruiting tor the naval forces will be present and deliver a short address. .Many man are still needed fgr the overseas naval forces and it 1b to he hoped that a large number of members will hear his address, in order that they may do what they can to' aid the recruiting. OTTAWA TO RAISE $500,000 Ottawa, Feb. 6.-The third Ottawa : campaign for the Patriotic fund was r launched IVIonilay night..' at a great mass meeting at which His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire presided. The objective is $500,000, and - al Ottawa,-,F|eb, 7,--It was stated at tlie department of iabor this morning that Hon; T.iW^Orothors who hag been lnthew�teti>�i> connection with the tro^hle'in  the coal mines, will not be baok>in(he.�;^5ipItaI until Thursday, February 8,,when It is expected he will announcement as to the termrof the settlement arrived at. , A.''WAli\ BOND . ,; :-.v .. � -' The nejV.iWar 'Sayings Certificates which have been created by the government'to Encourage thrift and ocon-oiny tfti{I'to ;'givc  everyone an opportunity tpi'BBsist in-{Inancing our w�r expenditure, T di-e ; now. on sale .it every b'ankrand'mqiiiey order post office in;Canada.'. -The $25 certifica'.e sells for {21.^0, th�i ?S0 for $43, .and the �100';f6r:$fe(i. As an invesimont' those certificates offer inany,-jittra6tlve features-chief of whichiare^ieiiJjSolute seciirity and the excellent interest return. For every $2l,s'0 .lent ito the government now, ;S2^ wili Ije rieturned at the t-iid of three ypars.-,. � There :aj;c two other features which, are esBecfallyii/Qteroatlng to small investors. - ')ij)i;st, tjie�certificates may be surrendered- aj,,,any time, if lie buyer slvbi/Jd.'iiee^'i Ills money; and .second,- ef(c)i � certificate is registered at OttaTvifj,.' ihy.ithe buyer's name and. If lost on.atdibii.Up"therefore valueless to anyonc^:0lsp; .�, �,� But whjle'.tUey;_are excellent from an invest/neiit .standpoint, the cai'ti-ficates .should aupeal strongly to Can-' adipns ,)&^te^Uae:;.th6y ofter to those 1 who mu;Jt serve' at : home a splendid' opportun^ty.Jfor. a most important pa- minister could not ini|] acter of the judge. � - Sir Robert Borden'^sked the opposition leader if he based-h(s' objection upon the ground that, )the commissioner occupied a- judicial position'. Sir Wilfrid repeated that Mr. Rog-eis' had'no right to ItUDUgn Jtfdge palt'a characto; ' Proceedii�g^/Mr. /Rogers said" the Morning Gitj.zen gave ev'ery indication of being spi-e. The reason, he said, was to be found In the circumstances that two or three years ago the South-am brothers, owners; of the' Citizen, had been interested' in an effort- t6 sell to his department a block of land in Moiitreal for .postodlce : purposes, for 1400,000. The Citizen, he said, was angry because he had declined to become a party to this plan. After Mr: Rogers had doncluded his statethent. Sir Wilfrids Laurier, asked lit in view of the fact that tlie matter had been, brought up In 'the'house, .a eoijy'bf'the Galtj-eport.would be tab... led. The premier said-tjiat the commissioner -was not making the report to the Dominion government. Sir Wilfrid repeated that the matter had been mentioned' in the house and it would be possible for the government to secure a copy of the report. This closed the Incident. Business on the order-paper havhig been concluded the house adjourned until 5.15 to await the action of the senate on the hills s^tit to that body. Only One "BROMO QUININE" �� To get the genuine call for full name I^XATJVE BROMO. QUININE. Look for signature of B. \V. GROVE. Cures a cold in one day. 25c. The SSiis of England ARE HOLDING A I'GHT IN s. o. e/Vhall;' At Eight o'clock sharp; ReSreshnients Will be. served, at conclusion, to bo followed by an informal dance if so. desired. EVERYBODY WELCOME PROCEEDS FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES'- � - Admi8sion\S|/ie The ODjecuve is *ouu,uuv, " . tfr^.._, �^rvirii;' The--pe^ tho..h ./3't,�S*"�.LTr,,,'i�fn' ' estly 8�vS[ t^ the, extent of his ahility llERiNfeSEYi^WlLSON THE STORE OF BIG VALUES filORTH LETHBRIDGE CARStotheDOPR'. PHOKE 789. OF ALL KINDS COAL C, O. D. ' Tiiriier':&''witcliell Office at Kennedy's-^IO 13th St. , begin till Wednesday, already 50' per cent Of the total is subscribed. CANADIAN SOLDIERS TO BE GRANTED FURLOUGH Winnipeg, Feb. 6.-Canadian sold-|ierB who have spent two years in the ; trenches will-bo granted furlough of threa months, military headquarters i'.nnpunce.  SPAIN WON'T FIGHT London, Feb. 6.-The Exchange Tel. egraph's Madrid correspondent cables that he yunderstttuds tl^ere is uo likell-iiood of a rupture between Spain and Germany at present, but that Spain 1 will decline to suspend her shipping^ and iilRcesf tits savings:at the disposal of the govertimenthy purchasing these certiricateB,';.iJtliy t^eLthat he is.having p dlJBct shw Jn feeding,, eaulp-ping and munitioning, our CanaaM" soldiers,'who arc Bo'noWy dplngithelr Spirella Goods Agency for Sph'ella, Corsfets, etc; Call at. Room ti, New-; Doraliiipn Biagu.,Phono 582. 47-6 TWO OTHERS Londbn, F�b. 7.-British steamers St. Ninlan.and Corslcan Prince were sunk today; aays a Central News Agency.^ The survivors have been la tded. Seventeen men are reported missing. N