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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ^est $1.25 a Day Hotjel in Alberta Temporarily Located; Ready for Business with a brand New IStock In the Piche & Miron stand, One Door South of the Hudson's Bay Stores ^ We shall be ijlcasod to see all oiii* old cnstoiiiei'S as well as new ones in oui* present stand. . WE HAVE A FINE LOT OF APPLES, ABOUT 500 CASES WHICH WERE STORED IN A DIFFERENT CELLAR FROM WHERE THE FIRE WAS, ALL IN A 1 SHAPE, PRICES PER CASE RANGE FROM $1.35 to $2.25. WE HAVE ALSO A SHIPMENT OF FRESH CLOVERHILL CREAMERV BUTTER AND SOME NEW LAID EGGS TO OFFER FOR THIS WEEK END. GIV.g US A CALL OR PHONE YOUR ORDERS, No. 525 AS USUAL. THE GOOD GO High Class (irocers CLEARINGS Scotts Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES OF LIME AND SODA ^uat^the thin0 for pulmonary diseases, coughs, colds and general debility. Two Sizes-60c and $1.20. y THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel The banlv cleavings for tlie \^%ek ending today are 5592.587 compared with 5385,023 for tlie same v/eek last year. This is an increase of 64 per cent. > :� ? > ? ^ for Globe. , 1 Fish Globe, 1/2 gallon size. 1 Water Weed. THESE ARE; LIMITED, SO GET YOURS WITHOUT DELAY. Tke Red Cross Drug & [email protected] Co., Limiied PHONS B5S. NATIOiL GOVT. BEFORE B. TRADE To Be Dealt With-Protest The Abolition of Social Re-search Board 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 will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE 8HEKLOCK BUILDING STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commitaion Merchants Calgcry-^Edmonton^Lethbrldg* .Oar entire organization 1� at  your aenrioo And with our exp�r-ienee we cui eately tuarantee to''get you the best prices for your grain At any time and tmt tiny srade or Idnd ot Kraln. 'Phone M 1922 Calgary Fur Offioe 1806 Lethbridse Quota-Rea. 1811 Lethbridge) ti�n�. SeeOiir Agent* who are in your �:i;"-i fiBTs Julv ............... ."i'ivi uT-.ii Flax-May' ... .!.......... 2i;i (:^tay 1 .'iept. Minneapolis .May .luly Sept. Chicago j.iiy, Id.) Xo. : Xor. ,..182 >.\p. 4 Xor, ...147% No. (! ..or. ...10i:;i ............91 Spirella Goods Agency for Spirella Corsets, etc., Call at Room 6, New Dominion Blflg., Phone'.582. 47-G P otatoes a nte^ CAR i.OTS OR LESS Must be good sized, sound white stock. Phone 732 or call at >Sauii�lerH Hay Graiu Co. 122r'2nd Avenue S. and Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- Xo> 1 Xor, .. .Ida -N'o. .T X01-. Xo. 5 Nor. ...127-; Feed ......... .. Oats-No, 2 a. W...... .Vo. .-! C. W...... �lOxtra 1 Feed ____ No. 1 Feed ....... No. 2 Feed ....... Uarley- No. .1 C. ...... No. 4 C. W........ Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 -V. W. C. ... No. 2 (.'. W. ....., 2G1!-:. 17.3i4 142 16S% Uti 53 ....251'. Don't Whip-Relieve While the causes for bed wetting by children are numerou.'i and varied, the drug principle followed in tlie preparation' of Bed Wetting Remetly |\ usually effects ;the mucli sought for relief, graiinally allaying the abnormal irritation of tlie bladder, v.hich is responsibli; �01 the jiremature flow, or uriuary incontinence. Perfectly ."safe to use, and tending to afford a prompt hut gentle relief to children affected by this uncomfortable and unpleasant ailment, Rexall Bei" Wetting KeniQdy should be , in every h.or..;ebo!d where there are children. Guaranteed to relieve, or your money iiacli. Sold only at J. D. Higinbotham & Co � Limited � ' "Alberta'e Pioneer, Orugglstc.'' At today's meeting of the Board of Trade council a resolution from the Winnipeg Board of Trade urging Premier Borden to uncjertake the formation of a war or national government %yas read. It was decided that the matter was too important to be dealt with by the council- of the board, so it was left over to be discussed at a general meeting to be held shortly. A resolution was also pas^d today urging the provincial telephone system to give the section, township and range of rural subscribers in the tele-: phone directory. The street and num-i bet; Is given in the case of city sub-:scriber.s, and It was felt that the information should also be given in the case ot rural subscribers. The sy.'?tem is also urged to send out corrections to the directory in Southern Alberta at least once a month. Intimation has been received that the province has decided to discontinue the social research work which has been in the hands of .T. ,S. Woods-�i^orth. This called forth the following resolution ot protest: Resolved: That the council of the Lethbridge Board of Trade views with great regret the suggestion that the government of our province should be contemplating withdrawing its sup-' port from the valuable work dpne4by the Bureau ot Social Research of thei governments of Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta. ' Our citizens recently heard Mr. J. S. Woodaworth describe the work that \ \ has been done by the bureau, and hav- j ' ing regard to the large immigrant ^ population in Lethbridge and vicinity 1 we feel that very little has been donej to inform these people of the value of Canadian citizenship, and of tlieir duties to the country of their adoption, and further, that we as citizens have neglected our duty to these essential elements of our comnninity. We respectfully sirggest that the work of the bureau should be coii-tinlied and further extended. Copies ot this resolution were di-i reeled to be sent to Hon. A. L. Sifton, premier, and to the members of the; council of the legislative assembly of j Alberta. CITY AND DLSTRICT Moves Office Dr. AT. B. Steele has moved his office and residence Jrom 905 3rd Ave. to 904 2nd Avenue South. The Whole�al� and i-etall ei'emltt* TELEPHONE NO. 322 I Social at Burdctt The Willing Workers ot the Motliod-ist church at Burdett are Iiolding si I; Valentine social on Friday night, Ihc :16th. l! � Directors IVIeeting [ The lioard of directors ot the Y. M. _, i C. A. will meet tonight in the triangle LLISON S la I a 12-year-old Gir^ ,Can bake better Bread from^ � OUR BEST FLOUR than l ;any woman can bake out of'^ ny other brand-so can yoyiiji She Did: YouCaitl EXCEPTIONALLY Gbod iiison Milling & Elevator Co Grocery Bargains -Phone 1766___ 20 IbcSaek of Sugar and one lb. of our cpecial blend tea. Reg-4Gc quality, guaranteed. I^oth for........oom6. Reg. 45c and SOc. Spec-lot-................... 35c - 40CV Choice HajriB, whole or half, per' pound,;....;............... 29c Applesi'No- 1, per case .. $2.00 Marshmallovv Candy, jelly tops. � Reg. 40c. Special, per lb. .30c Rolled Oats, per 20 lb. bag $1.05 Evaporated Apples.s'per- 10 lb. box................... $1.25 Marmalade OrnnBcs, 3 lbs. 26o Toilet Soap, Castiie, 8 bars 25c Gold Soap, bar............ 5c Toilet Soap, OatnYeal, .10 bars. for............25c R. C. Soap, 2 pkqs. for ...... 25c DRY GOODS We hava just raccivod' a..ful) I'ne of crochet cottons apd silk-ine; also latest. patterns in ginghams and prints. Boys', Knickcr, Pants, pilr,. 75c Colored (Handkerchiefs,-each 5c Men's Leather Gloves, extra val. ue at................... 50o Men's Grey. Sox. Extra value, at; .....--------25c NORTH fRADING CO. ALL GOOD PUARAN1;EED AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS IN. THE CITY 2?2 13th.Street North One Door Nortjj of No. 2 Fire Hall AUCTION SAI.E Of Of Household Furniture and Rugs AT ^^'ILKON'S AUCTION GALLERIES DOMINION BLOCK, FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10th AT TWO P.M. ' , Xoncistlng ; of b^ds, springs, dressers and stands;' extension tabl&s in round and square; chairs; one brass bed, with coil spring; sanitaryciiuch;; kitchen cabinet base; one bed lounge; btie plush top couch; .1 "child's crib; haby high chair; one child's 'satoinaist- \ inq of 2-chairs and table; one large chest of drawers; .dockers; on* solid oak vchlffonier; two plush cushions, hair filling,-57, inches; long; 1 oak sideboard with bevel plate mirror; one halj mirror and many .other articles. ^ V V P.S.-Kindlv uolc there are no small articles to sell and'we wlU commence almost immediately ontho heavy furniture, so you aro reciuested to be there at two sharp or you may lose  some big', bargains. W. L. WILSON, Auotipneer PHONE 1023 TERMS CASH LOCAL MARKETS vGra/fi & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat Oats ... Barley ,____si Fla.K......238>^ Wagon Prices Wliaat .....144 Oats ......41 Barley..... 68 E'lax ... .,.230 LIVESTOCK PRICEfe Shoice steers, 7'/ic; choice cows c. Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibr,., llVzc. Clioice killing wethers, 10c., Choice killing- ewes. OJ^c. ANNOUNCEMENT There will be tea and dancing at the Chihook Club every Saturday atternobii from 4 to C. HOCKEY room the association building. Im- went aslibre olf'Sambro island, have OIL STEAMER'S. CRF.W iSAvJp'AyiTH TROUBLE Halifi**, M,^.fe;,-';Tr6W! 7.-After a trying ttfne*. tl\e . oTow jpf the ImpeWal oil coinpj^ny'l.steamOT, Retlaw, which portant business. Every member the board is asked to be present. 6C Canadlens...... 7 Ottawas........ G Torontos....... 4 Quebec........3 Wanderers ..., 2 228th Batt.....3 Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Record!, Violins, Accordeona, {Sheet Music and IVIugic^l hjerchandise. Mail Orders Givisn Careful Attention. Should All Attend Tomorrow at 12.30 the retail members ot the Board of Trade will meet for luncheon and a discuBsIou of vital problems at the Chinook Club. An effort Is being made to necuro the attendance of every retailer at this meeting, which has arisen' out of matters laid before a fow of the members at Tueiiday evening's meeting. BRUCE WAL;KtR MAKES .. SPECIAL TRIP TO LONDON Winnipeg. Feb. 7.-Bruce Walker, Immigration commissioner is going to London to represent Canada on a strong financial committee belog organized to secure two hundred million acre.s of land in Canada on which to settle Bottlers and with prooesda of sale to pay off British war dobL Jflacli of Bi.\ overseaa Dominions vfiU have tt representative on the corainlt-teo. been saved. A pair of phoes, size 21, said to lie the; largest .ever made in tli'is country, has V been, completed, at a Boston tactoryi for fiornard H. Koyne, of Des Moines.' ..They will be fitted to a pair-of rubbers. Koyne is.nlner teen yostrs,. �'elg1ip-i:^75 pounds and Is 7'feet and-0! Inchea, la his stockingsl!\ COMBINGS MADE UP The Woniett's Comfort Rooms Roqm 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 No^v jls thfe time to rciKipei* yoiiu vooms. Wc hav^ 21 liiim of odd lots we are elearing; oiiii. Room Mi�uldiiig8 and Biii'laps also 'caLTUMl. Robertsop s Book Store PHONE 1265 ' i OLD BENTLEY BLOCK ;