Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
[cTEL bALLAS mm � "^^-'..'iiiisii^ Scotts EmuIsioD of Pare Cod Liver Oil . WITH HYPOPH08PHITES OF LIME AND SODA dutt the thing for pulmonary diteaset, coughs, colds and general debility. -Two Sizes-60c and $1.20. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Marmalade Oranges 50c Dozen WE:HAVE:THEM tiCKNER & CO. - I 204,Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Temporarily Locatedy^Ready for Busi^ �I with a brand New Stmk Inthe Piche &Miron stand, Om Door South of the Hudson^s Bay Stores m Wc shall be incased to see all our old (,'ii�jtoiiiei's as well as new ones in our presenjt Htand. 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 5135 to $2.25. WE HAVE ALSO A aniPMENT OF FRESH CLOVERHILL CREAMERY ^BUTTER AND SOME NEW LAID EGGS. TO OFFER FOR THIS WEEK END. GIVE US A CALL OR PHONE YOUR ORDERS, No. 625 AS USUAL. THE GOOD CO. Higli Class Grocers Washington, Feb. 9.-Presiaent Wilson framed a definite course to be pursued in case Germany commits the "overt- act". , mentioned in his address to'congress. He will not ask congress for a declaration of war, but will do just what was promised In the address, ask that-he be allowed to use whatever .measures he deems necessary to protect the United States seamen and travellers. , ' GRAIN AND STOCKS Bought and Sold on Commission Badrd and Batter ell Union Bank Building, Xethbridge ARCHIE E.REESOR, MGR. , 'PHONE 1599 : MANAGER 616 :-: RESIDENCE 1862 �RANCHES:CALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW: HEXd OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Feb. 9. - Wlieat closed unchaiigeii for May and %c up for July and October.. Oats w6re up %c' to'%c, Ijaxley >-as .unchanged, and f flax drppped l^ie. Minneapolis -wheat closed y,c lower for.May,44c up for, Jiily and %c up for September. The' close -was quiet after one of the dull-1 est days of tlie season. The rolume of trade in the local pits was very light %vith the big interests still adopting a waiting attitude. The business of the day was,of. a scalping nature. Nothing, in the news was of much interest e.xcept that 'the exporters are bearish' and keep out of the marfcet. In the cash market there was a shade better demand for the lower grades with the premiums firming up well. The higher grades were unchanged from Thursday. Oats were in fair demand at the same spreads,' though tough grades were firm. Futures Derinisdn^ Valentine Decorations and Novelties � We ha.Ve:,:^UBt received a ship- � merit;';"o,f'^tfiem. containing. Valentine feripe Paper Table Cloths.' .... Valentine Crepi^ Paper Napkins. 'Valentine C^^^ege^Paper'Caps. Valentine .'C^n^SBon Boxes. � ValentinSSeals^etc. ' " ^ . Valentine^ R^^^lPaper Hearts Cupids, ctc.'^fej; � . Valentine; PapM Plan's-Valentine LurSn Sets. .\Iake Ypur Eia&yon While the Assortm^j^s^; .Complete. A.1sp Take ";^Ae' .'a Pound of Ford's tiPUtS' CIioc-^��dlates. Fresh FrbSivJtii'^ Makers. Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., LuDJted PHONE fi6�. GOVT. ANXIOUS TO AID IN * ESTABLIiBHING GOOD ROADS HERE ^ Calgary, Feb. 9.-Hon. Chas. ? Stewart, provincial minister of �> j)UbIIc works, told the dele- 'grates to the convention of Rur- > al Municipalities yesterday aj- > teraoon that his department ? was anxious to ineet with the ^ executive at any time to evolve ' *> a solution for the great prob- > lem of road building. ; OFFICE PHONE 1318./ MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense Iflfyou have grain to halidlc. 'We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD. MANAGER :' .-IeTHBRIDGE OFFICE .SHERLOCK BUILDING i I. � . � � � . OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D. PHONE 13 45 Turner & Witthell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St, Winnipeg Wheat- May......... .. 1691/4 169% July.......... Oats- .. 167'.4 167% May ... ... ... . .. 56% 57% July .-. . .. 57% 57% Flax- May........... .. 261 260% Minneapolis- ' 173?4- May...... ... . .. 173 July...... ... . .. 170% 17014 Sfept. ...... ... 1 .. 112 Vi, 1421,4 Chicago- May ... ...... � i 169Vj 169% July......... .. 146% 147V8 Sept. ... ....... .. 136% l'J7% Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 3 NoL > Xo. 1 Nor... 165. .lfi2 THE bulldogs are COMING. No 3 Nor.. ,15714 No. 5 Nor... 127% Feed ----.. ----- Oats-T No. '2 JC No. 4 No. 6 Kxtra No. 1 No. 1 Feed Barley- No. 3 C. W, Flax- NUo, 1 N. W. No. 2 C, W. 54% No, Feed ---- 51% No. Nor... 147% Nor... 101% 91 C. W. 52% ....... 52% ; Feed 50% 93 No. 4 C. W. 88 C...........,,.253y. ..25014 STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and (Commission Merchants '.ealaary-^dmonten-Lethbrldge 't:\VltSON'S AUCTION GALlC^ISRIEHV y.pOmWON BLOCK, FOURTH AVENUE SOU^TH;'- -be-there at two sharp or you intiy lose, some biB�, bargains. ' , , _ W^t^Wltisb/il, Al�ct'�>"ee'' PHONE 1023 T^HtAB CASH . ANNOUNCEMENT We sell for cash^onJy, therefore our prices are moderate. North Meat Market, 242 13th St, North. THE BULLDOGS .^iARE COMING. WANTS LIMIT PyT TO WOMEN'S WAGES Ottawa, Feb.. 8.--H. . Bouay, M, P. for RImouski, wants to prevent women in the civil service from getting more tlian $800 a year. He has given notice of the following resolution: "The government should decide that In the :f,uture men only shallybe employed in'all branches of the civil service where the salary is '$800 or more ,and that a commissioner should be appointed to supervise the work done by the semployees in each department." > At the "Y" The C, S. E. T. had their regular weekly meet last night at the "Y.' About 75 boys were' present. Rov Chas. Baker addressed them on "Craftsmanship." The boys' verdict,, was that the address was very prac-ticar and interesting. After the lect ure the classes had their workout in the gym. under the direction of Geo. McKiUop. The swimming committee were on hand and gave the boys a good time In the pool. Evangelist Talks The pastor of the First Baptist church will give a series of practical evangelistic talks on successive Sunday evenings, beginning "next Sunday, February 11, under the general subject, "Life's Challenges to Men, Ancient and Modem," The particular subjects will be approximately; "The Chhllenge of the Late Hour"; "The Challenge to Recover a Lost Ideal"; j "The .Challenge of an Unwelcom' Birth"; The Challenge to Live Down a Bad Name"; "The Challenge ,of Personal Attractiveness"; "The Chall enge. of Public, Ofdcial Position"; "The. Chaflenge of Possible / World bomiftanoe." With these Mr, Baker would -be glad to discuss any subject of public moral Interest and would welconje any kindly suggestion from-any one bearing upon matters ' of vital, common Interest, NOTED PACIFIST ASKS THE NATION TO BACK UP WILSON AUCTION SALE H and Cattle at 1 o^clock sharp jAlt;^ and "Teed Barn, Lctiibri^ge ; ^ : 6 matcHsd^teams, from 3 tc 8 year* old, weight'from'1200 ta: 1500'each.y':Pi. ' .:. C&viiaddlei^l^fpses. f,^. � /^nOfhbtriiff pure bred Hereford cows and heifers to freshep.lrt'; March andLApr.il. Registered stock. '�^'Umi',^yyi ;FDem6orat.wagons; 2 sets double light harness;..2''sets single, harness;; J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer WOMEWibukN ON FORMER yiuMf^^i op militia Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block ' Lethbrldge Victrolau, Victor Records, Violins, Ac'cor.dpons, Sheet Music and Musical ^Merchandise - Mall.Ordei? Given Careful Attention, ' Sah Francisco.-"Support President Wilson, he is the center of knowledge and the center of po*^er in this, crisis. He can be trusted to.act with wisdom." That was the remark of Dr, David Starr Jordan, chancellor of Stanford university, widely known pa cifist, when Informed of the diploma tic break; added: "No one can fbfec&st the future now. '. Germ^iy ts in a state' oP-desperatlon, Whatever the president does In this situation must be right and he should be supported," TERlyi8,CA8iii' Ottaya,'*:ob, , 8jhi- Miss Christina Hall, W}>prin^ejiiil'ent of tlie Ottawa branch ofjiheViiclorlan Order of Nurses, tbda^'sevGreljr'i^riticized Sir Sam Hughes 'tpir'the .re|Iectlon maide by him the:.other dayX-in parliament on v.A,D.'-ii^jt8js::i'^ "I? hfiYfejiot., efi^n the work Jn the Ii9SpItals,(4iirerBeas',lidono by the V.A, D.%,V Bfcld:f.Miss filall, "but � the re-, ports -whtph5,coni�'to.us of they\vorkf: done by/th^'jglMs wlu)ni we have train' ed in ()t|avd'certainly do not Implyii tHat/tlie.girlsl'ie^l. fijie^ are there "fori any'but th^^ost serious purpose, and proud toi^otlifilrblt-as their brothel's In the tre^Shes. " the JBuKJIObGB ARE COMmG: ITALIAN SHIP LANDS'SAFELY New York, Feb. Sit^The Itallanr liner Taormlna, which ^JefU New-^jYork January 20, for G^npa, has arrived safely, according to .cable! adylc^s to her local agents, the Associated >Pres8 announced today, ; i The Women's Comfort jtooniB Room 1. Hull Block, Phone 1710 N^nyiisr^hc time ttf re|>ai)er yonr rooms; We baVe'a number of ^dd lots we are cleii||ing out:. Robi^ MoiildingH anil jBurlaji^aif^r ('arrietL Rob ertsori's Book Store PHO*E;1266<< I OLD BENTLEY BLOCK 99999999999999999??