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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LETPBRIDGE Best $1.2Sa b�>y Hoteilnfiiierti Temporarily Located^ Ready With a brand New Stock Inihe Fiche &Miron* stand. One Door South of the Hudson^s Bay Stores We .shall be pleased to see all our. old (iist�uuci:'S as wfeU as iw^^ 0111* present stand. � : WE HAVE A FINE LOT OF APPLES, ABOU'i; 500 CASES VVHICH WERE STORED IN A DIFFERENT CELLAR FROM WHERE THE FIRE WAS, ALL IN A 'l SHAPE, PRICES PER CASE RANGE FROM $1.35 to $2.25. WE HAVE ALSO A SHIPMENT OF FRESH CLOVERHILL CREaMERY BUTTER AND SOME NEW LAID EQG8 TO OFFER FOR THIS WEEK END. GIVE US A CALL OR PHONE YOUR ORDERS, No. 52B AS^ VISUAL. Hig^Ii Class Grocers Scotts Emnlsion of-Piir^ Cod Uver Oil v "" WITH HYPOPHOSPHITESOFI'QME.AND SODA luit the thing-for .pulmonary diseases,. cbUghs,. cold* and general debility. Two Sizes-60c and'$1.20LGARV,-^DMbNT6N, SWIFT CURRENT. MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Feb. Yo.-Wheat closed ^ 4%c up for May option, 4%c better Iqr ; July delivery and 3V1bc adyance for f October. Oats were ud %c to Ic. � JSarley was up 2c and-ilax was unchanged. _ Minneanolis wheat .was , up j 4c for May, 3%c for July and 3%c for September. Short covering and even-jing-up trade.s w.ere the causes for the ; advance and the Monday holiday in Uhe United States markets. There ! was really no good buying in the i-marfeet. A much belter tone,anpear-' ed in the. cash marltet today. Wheat was sought for by exporters and eastern buyers. The high 'grades were firm with No. 1 af 4*; c under. The low,er grades were strong with premiums from unchanged to ^c better. Offerings were light; but the trade was a little broader than it has been for somp time. Gaits were alsoMn.�ood demand. Prenilujiis." were .from unchanged to %c better; Barley was dull. Flax very light. .: FUTURES Winnipeg Wheats , , May......... ... 170 174 , iJuly...... ... 169 171% Oct........... ... 139. , 141 � Oats- � . May...... ... !Juiy......... Plax- May ... ...... Minneapolis- May...... .. July ... ...... Sept. ....... ... Chicago- May ......... July ... ... ... Sept....... ... ... WINNIPEG cash prices Wheat- No. 1 Nor...169% No. 2 Nor...166% No. 3 Nor...161% No. 4 Nor^..l52% No. 5 Nor... 132% No. 6 Nor.. .106% Feed.................. ... 94 Oats-No. 2 C. W.. 5,5�4 No. 3 C. W.. 54% Extra 1 Feed.............. 54>4 1 Feed ..... 5314 2 IFeed ..... 52% Barley- No. 3 C.W.. 95 No. 4 ...... 90 Rejected............ .----78 Flax-^ No. 1 N. W. C.............. 254% No. 2 C.W..............i... 251V' 57% 58 58% 58% 260%: .260% . 174% 171% 144% A1\ 147% 138 17J% 173% 145% 174% 149% 139% Dennison's Valmtine Decorations and Novelties We have just i-eceived a shipment of> them containing^ Valentine Crepe Paper Table . Cloths, -v-i^^^' .Valentine Crepe; Paper Napkins, t/alent ne Ci'epe Paper Caps. Valentine Bon Bon Boxes. Valentine Seals, etc. Valentine Red.'"" Paper Hearts, Cupidt, etci^j!^ hTalentihe. Papei^Plates. Valentine LupcbxSets. .Vlake Youi^rSfeJe^on \VhiIe the . AssortmentiU Complete. A.IS0 Take Hon^e a Pound of Ford's QijUlity Choc- Fresh Makers. Vkt ftJi^oss Drag & BookXo.. Lttited fir*". �� -W . PHONS :�u. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MDRPHY& 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 wlli stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. t. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE 8HEKLOCK BUILDING of ALL KINDS COAL C. O.p. PHONE 134 5 Turner^ & Witcliell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices 3?K STRONG & DOWLER (GRAIN and 'CommiMion Merchants Ci^g�ry--Cdniontan-Letl^brldge 'ii^ar\entirer'OrBanliBtlon . Is .at your �nrioaiMid v^our exper-lenoe we caa safely suurant** tor get jrou the best prices for jrour .^�In at any time and f�r {jwjr-^ltde or Jdnd of (rain. PKimiVm ^922 Calgary I Par Ofr�;1iMji.^thbrWja f Quota-Raa. Ifll Lathbrldga; ttwisw fa-Oiir Atant* who ara'lnyayr- .-diatrlat, ' J. A. CUMMINO Lathbrldga- Manager; Spirella Goods Agency tor Spirella Corsets, etc., Call at .Room 6, New ^Dominion Bldg., Phone 582.  47-G Track Priefcs Wagon Prices AVheat 154% .Wheat .....148 Oats ;...... 46% Oats ....... 42% Barlev ..... 84 Barley .....68 Flax .......238% Flax .......230 LIVESTOCK PRICES Shoice steers, 7%c; choice cows "c. 5 ' ' Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, 9%c.  RANCHES FOR SALE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA WEATHER Lettbridge, clear .... Yancouver, cloudy ... kamloqps, cloudy .... Grand Forks, cloudy . Edmonton, cloudy ... Medicinp Hat, cloudy Saskatoon, cliea^r ..{... Moose. Jaw, clear ---- Prince Albert, clejfr '. Qu'Appelle, clear .... Winnipeg, clear ..... Victoria, cloudy 34 42 38 ' 36 18 32 -'I 2 J 44 15 39 26 33 16 8 -26 -20 -16 i -121 -18! 34; 32! 18 I -18 -721; -22 , -IS Pentlcton, cloudy........ 40 Nelson, cloudy____....... 36 Calgary, cloudy.......... 30 Swift Current, fair ....... 22 itegina, clear .....(....... 5 Battleford. clear......... llT Minnedosa; clear ........ ; S Weather in the three prairie provinces has been generally clear and cold, not much change in temperature, snowfall in Minnedosa district. Forecast Manitoba-Pair and decidedly col3t Saskatchewan-Fair and decidedly cold. Alberta-Fair, not much change in temperature. , CITY AND DISTRICT Schools Open at 9. The schools will open on Monday; morning at 9 o'clock instead of-at 9.30 as they have been dbittg during the -winter months. ' ' . Pinchier Visitors Mr. and Mrs. E.,C. Peck, of Pincher Creek, are viisitbrs in theclty today. * - Date �f Sale Changed The'auction sale adveYtlsed'by L.F. Bonnell forvAIarch 7th has been changed to'March �14th. Early Chick Record Mrs. W. Fetter, of Lethbrldge, claims the early chick record of the south" country this season. On Feb. '7th she had 10 Rhode Island chicks hatched.  - la in the West W. W. Cory, deputy minister of the interior, is touring the west in connection with the seed grain Hen collections. Jle was in Calgary Thursday but has not yet visited Lethbridge. P otatoes anted ^AR LOTS OR LESS r/lust be good sized, sound white stock. Phone 732 ..... or call at Saiuiders Jflay and Grain Co. *. 1221 2hd Avenue S. 500 Acres at Wardner, highly Improved. ^ .-^ - SOO^Acres at Bull River, buildings. 900 Acres at Mayook, no improvements. 600 Acres at MarysvJUe, higlily improved. 320 Acres at Marysville, no improvements. 1600 Acres at Mathew Creek, buildings. 460 Acres at St. Mary's Valley, partly improved. 160 Acres at Mud Creek, hay meadow. 80 Acre.! at Gold Creek, hay meadow. 650 Acres at Crestoh, B. C, no improvements. These lands have been especially selected by mc. All these -tracts are watered, close , to market, adjoining larger open mountain (grazing areas; some'hay land on each tract. All suitable for live stock, fruit,'vegetables and feed. For particulars ap^ly Plione' 516, Lethbridge, P. O. Box 189, or see me personally at the Lethbridge Lumber Yards, Peter Lund, or write to F. W. Burges, Sec'y., Lund.Land Development Co., Cranbrook, B, C. If You Can't Come You Can Telephone If you don't feel good- ' If it's cold or'Stormy- �-If you can't leave the children, or. If for any other reason you can't come out or don't want to come out-Just telephone. Your wants will be attended-to jtTst "as promptly and carefully as though you came' In person. V. Whether it's /rubber goods, candy, a prescription-no mat--ter what- .r ." JUST TELEPHONE . Limitied �Alberta's fisiiaer .^Orugjglata.'* The W holesale and retail ehefnlata TELEPHONC..kNO. Kf� 1 Explains Pictures Rb.ss'Taylor, recently returned from the front, who was 11 months in the trenches, will give ah explanatory talk with the-plctures of the Battle of the Somm^ at Starland tonight. For Belgian, Relief Fund The following amounts are acknowledged: Pupils of McLean-School District $3.25; Pupils Coaldale Consolidated School, per Robt. J. Gould, principal ?5.30; Burdett School Pupils, '$2.55; Mrs. J. E. Campbell, Burdett, ^$1.00; Mr.. J. E. Campbell,'Burdett, �1.00; per G. L. McMann. Of ^lorses and Cattle on^ Wfede/Feb: Mth^at 1 o^clock^ . At the .�^iile and Feed Barn, Lctlibrit^c ^ 6i'matehed teams, from 3 to 8 years old, waiglit from 1200 toi �1500-Babhi; .'�?:> V � � � -'. �. � '-V:^ ,'3" Sadaift; Horses. ^ aOrivlf^a, Teams, 1100 pounds c'ach. - A number,'bf-pure, bred Hereford cows and heifers to freshen In Marcl^ anci April; Registered stock. ^ ;:2,De|n9b'rBt^wagons; 2^sets double light harness; 2'sets single .. -JO/|>ure.>l)red Holst'eln cows.artd heifers, due to freshen in, MarcJi^'andlAjSi^i:;'' � i- ' " IZ'purebradJerseys, due to freshen in March and April. ^B.haVd-^owM^ due to freshen in March and April. -^..TERMB'^^CaVhj'' J. a, smith, Auctioneer 1 .........,-4^1^^ announcement;' , The Salvation Army wlU- be cele brating their a;nnual Young People'r-Annual on Monday, February 12th The young people's Sergeant Major is preparing a nice -program � for that occasion, including the  "Flower Drill." Do not fail to attend. Doort-opeu, at eight p.m. announcement Beefsteak pie 'a't the Salvation Army tonight from 9 to 10.30. If you are down town 'drop in and have something to cheer you, up. Mason' & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Usthbrirfpe Vlctrolas, Victor (Records, Viol: ins, AccoiUeonsr Sheet Muslo and iflk^iear Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. Coal Operators' Officers The Western Coal Operators' as-sociayon held its annual meeting Idst night at Calgary when the following officers were elected: President, W. R. Wilson, Fernie; vice-president, O. B.SrWhiteside, Coleman; secretary-trejasurer, W. F. McNeill, Calgary. - - ^ i � Life Saving Guards . The Life Saving Guards have beer started 'at the Salvation Army and already quite a number of girls have 8fgned,-up, but still there is room tor more, trlrls from the age oMO to 18 are eligible, not necessarily Salva tlonists or adherents even, but - they are expected to attend, a Bible Clasi or Sunday School somewhere, once a week. The same applies to the Lite Sayfng Scouts which alsp have been started. Boys of the game age 'can become Scouts. We have a capable leader. in the person of Mr. Prayne Jiist giyo him a hint that you want to^j become a Scout (tttd he Will glye you all information. 191st Has 700 Men -According to Sergt. 6. McKiuley, of the 191st Battalion, that unit now has a strength' of 704 men, all physically fit, who have passed the board of examiners. Recruiting here is somewhat slow now, and Sergt. Mc-Kinley attributes this to the anxiety as to thp coursfe the tjnited States will follow; ^ibwever, if the States gets into the sorap^ looks for heavy recruiting in Lethbridge as niany men will rush across the line to join battalions who are ..nearly ready to go. puring December and the first half of January Lethbridge averaged better than one man a day for the mist. ' \ � " WadfHigton-slJyetion Booms ' AbMohltelY rnreserved Anetion Sale APPLES Alt ill A 1 bouditiou. ^^^^^^ UuoAvn varieties. '49 imnid boxes. Also About 5000 HAVANA CIGARS In bc�xes �| 50 ^aeji. Sinokeri don't miss thisl Frank 4i^addington ::: Auctioneer learn the address off relatives of Wiii.' Dixon pi; Dlck^qn killed iln" a mine apcideijt'thelp^ this weeW. The* Wire stati^a � tbafeIt >va8 thought d^^ the; wheireibouts of any of Dixon's Relatives ..as the body is being heldl^|ndlng' instructions. Wants Newa of Rolatlvea The city police yoaterday received a wire from the Boverton'Fuel Co., of Marshfield. Oreeon, enquiring to �WEEKATHDME , Industrious �pl^r8bhs':)}r0-' vided w^th prpflti^^Hei ajlr year-roun>} emtjld^ment pn JAuto-Knitters, 'Experienif^. - and distance :imr^teriai/ Yr'rifcu for I)ariic5ulijr�, ntea�r 3w.�to. Send. 30 ttamp. ...Aulo-^rlllerHctluy 'Can.} C