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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS ^^tMl!........... �1 rB6i HOTEL WIM" Beat $1.25 a dmy HotfUn^lbwU RJEADY TO TAKE t;ARE OF/^^^ Although we nre not altogether'ftxed up trii^Way we woutci r^ , . v.i: ; ^: i^np^ No. m:Xi^''x' -^: ^ �.. THE ��.'�I f r; High Class Grocers ROSS ROBERTSON REFUSED KNIGHTHOOD Scottt Emulsion of Pare Cod UVer Oil WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES OF tlME AND SODA Dust tha thing for pulmonary diseases, coughs^ colds and general debility. Two Sizes-eoc and $1.20. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 14�7 ' Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel JUST LOOK! Tar Per A . At- .as as-' TIGKNER & 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite ElllioB Mills) CO. Phone 364 Toronto, Fob. 13.-It is un-derstood that Sir Robert Borden offered J. Hoss Robertson of the Toronto Evening Telegram, a knighthood and sena-toTshlp, h\it Mr. .Robertson gratefully declined both honors. .A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winnipeg, .. . ., Minneapolis and New York, Baird and Botterell TJnion Bank Building, Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESbR, MGR. PHONE 1699 :-: MANAGER 616 :-: RESIDENCE 1862 �RANbHE8:CAtGARY, EDMONTONr^ SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE - -JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Feb. 13-Winnipeg wbeat closed 2Uc lower for May and July and l%c lower for October. Oats were %c down for May and %c lower for July. Barley was Ic down. Plai was 14 c up. MinneapollB wheat dropped l%c In May, Ic In July and l^c In September. The close showed a little recovery from the low points of the day. Winnipeg was the weakest of rthe three markets with May and July showing special drops; Tbe months in the south were irregular. The visible figures show less than million decrease in wheat. The early strength shown by wheat gave way before the general bearish tone of the , news. The few orders which had,a/:-I cumulated over the American holiday were soon filled and the liquidation on the news found no opposition. Pit sentiment was .also bearish; on the congestion'and the more favorable reports irom the winter wheat district. The volume of trade'in the local pit was only fair with the big interests keeping clear from the long side. The cash market displayed little interest. The best demand was for the lower grades whose |>remi.ums were %c firmer. Top grades were easy with No. 1 Northern about %c down. Oats were also easier with a very moderate demand. /'  FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat-May ............ 175% 172% July ... ......... 173% 170^ Oct. ....... 142% 189% Oats-, May ... ...... ... 58% 58 July ... ......... 59 58% Flax- I May............ 262'^ 260% Minneapolis- Wfc]^ Hobble ? CoMi s a There certainly is no need for you to go hobbling around and enduring paiii caused by corns. Take off your corns with Hojivard's Corn -Remedy . It.is the best com remedy that we know of and we are sure that hundreds of people In this communltx think as wi do. It Is a guaranteed remedy�-so you take no chances in trying It. Pffioe 25c The Red Cross Drajf & Book Co., Lorilei PHONE M�. CALL SOCIALISTS TO COLORS NOW  . __., vice. Russian May July...... Sept. ...... Chicago-May ...... July ... .'.. Sept. 179% 175 146% 177 152%. 141-% 176% 172% 144% 173% 148% 138% 1^ STRONG k mm GRAIN and CommissioB Merchaato Canary >LstMrid|a 'Onr antlre orsaaiaatton Is at jw aarrtoa aad with our axpar-leaca wa ow aafsly luaraotaa ta aat 7�tt tha bast, vrteia lar jmir .'gnln at any tla� ana ftr ugr nsto or KM et wntm. mm� M 1S28 CaSaaryl Por OWaa ia�B LathbriiUga I Quota. Has. ISH LaOikrMia LaOikrMia iaa One Aianla who �'ln^ya�r dialriak J. A.CUMMtNQ L�thbrldga Managar GOVT. TO INDICT 'r'The Bulldogs Are Coming! B.C. REFINERY Vancouver, B. C, Feb. 12.-The B. C. Sugar Refinery is to be indicted by the Domihibn government for conspiracy to maintain prices; It is managed and almost solely owned by Benjamin TIngley Rogers, who is the richest citizen of Vancouver, and, next to James Dunsmuir, the-richest man in British Columbia. Rogers is a man of about 55 years of age, and is an enthusiastic yachtsman. He founded a sugar refinery here about 25 years ago. It is believed the indictment is the result of evidence adduced at the recent investigation' by P. E. Harrison into the cost Of' living in connection with the increase of miners' wages. ^"office phone 1313:^ manager's phone 14m. rSlllIH,NUItPHY&CO: .^EAq.OFFICE, WINNIPEG -1' ;,W,rita or phone at our axpans; vir^^il^hava grain to handle. TWaoan/yHsiira you tha 'best prl^ the market will'stand and give s^you'icpurteoua aerviice and 'prampt^.vreturna.'' 'v.-N.'T; MACLEOD, r MANAGER? LETHBRIDGE OPFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1 Nor...168% No. 2 Nor...165% No. 3 Nor...160% No. 4 Nor.. .151% ; No. 5 Nor... 131% No. 6 Nor... 104% Feed ...... ............... 93 Oats- No. 2 C. W.................. 55 1 Peed ..... 53% 2 Peed 52% Barley- � No. 3 C. W.. 95 No. 4 C. W.. 90 Rejected and Peed .......... 78 Flax- , No. IN. W, C.............. 254% No. 2 C. W.-................ 251% An.^s^ctlye laxatiVe ,iand i'ntest-ihiil iflubrlcant; odorless, tasteless, harmless. OOSE-One wbrthy of note are.an increase of over $8,600,000 in asset's, which now stand^ at $83,-000,000 in round figures, and an increase of practlpally $1 jOOO.OOO in net surplus which now totals over .$8, 500,000. ' Altogether, such a showing will-be gratifying "to the company's many policyholders and indicates that tilts conservatively managed company Is in an even stronger position today than at any time In its history. fon^fxpress PhoKie Gait Goal Dellviered Lump, 2-to'n .$9.75 Single Ton -----..... 6-00 Nut Coal, 2-ton--------- 6.00 Ton �-25' ' 53-C jingle Looking for Land H. A. Dunn of Turlock, Cal., returned to his bovae yesterday after spending several days in the distr ct looking for land. He' was accpmpaiiied Boutii by J. R. Armstrong of Wilgon Siding. Open Miew Rooms '' The Kausttne Supply Co., of Alberta have opened shofw rooms and office in the Hull block adjoining the Bank of Nova Scotia. ;The company states that already many' inquiries have been received aiid cbnsidera'ble interest shown in the Kaustine eqnipm^ut. Del donlta WJ^rk for Red Cross . The Del Bonita residents have recently been doing some good work for the 9ed Cross. Recently a social and dance was held at Richfield st^hool-house at which the sum of $41.50 was Idealized. A total of $150 has been alrbady collected by the re'lsidents of ttiis/dlstrict for this patriotic purpose. Infant's DSath On Sunday the death took place from convulsions of Samuel Delos Cooper, the four months' old son of Mr. A. D. Cooper, a C. P. R. engineer, and Mrs. Coopec of 1210 3rd Avenue I Sputh. The funeral was held last night'at 7.30, Rev. W. P. Burns ofll-ciating. The remains were taken this mm^iine to Red Deer for interment in the family plot. C. P. R. Men Meet A meeting of C. P. R. s trainmen, track foremen, roadmasters and others interested in the upkeep of the right of way was held in Supt. Cotterell's office yesterday to disctiss the summer's ' program, when with Resident Engineer Skeels and B. and B. Master Mckinty he went over the outline, of the wdrk.- It is expected the company Will need 500 men to carry out the program. . Inspects Battery Major-General John- Hughes, inUpec-tor-general of forces in Western Canada, accompainied by^Major John Sit-ton.^his aide, arrived-in the city this morning and is /inspecting the 78th Depot Battery at the barracks:  The inspector-general finds the-force hp-proacbing . the 200 mark^jin' strength and well-advanced in their artillery course. It is expected that he will make, some important announcements while hfere regarding the possibility of an early draft from the Battfery. Of H'OFses and Cattte on Wed^^eb 14th, at 1 o'clock , At the Hale and Feed Baiii, Lethbridge :6 matched.teams, from 3 to a years old, weight from 1200 t� ISOC.each. ,1 . �^;3;8!Wdle.\Horses. - ^ .V2Drlving;Team8, 1100 pounds each. . ;A numberof pure bred Hereford cows and heifers to freshen In Marfch and Jt^pMI.;-Registered stock. I'S:Democrat wagons; iz sets double light harness; 2 sets single harness^ "r-. wlO; pure bred ^olsteln cows and'heifers, due to freshen in March'and April. 12 pure bead Jerseys,, due to freshen in March ana April. ' *M head eewa, due to freshen In March and ApriT. TERMS'CASH ! J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer HE MASON & RISCH LIMITED PIANO and VICTROLA REPAIR DEPARTMENT employs experts only and offers a service unapproached for intelligence and promptness. Charges are moderate. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge GETS6iNIHS FOR ASSAULT i In district, court this morning before His .'Honor/Judge Jackson, John .iCarkln, an Austrian miner of Coal-h'ur>t, was seiiiehcM to six months' hard labor at: the provincial jail on a charge of-assault and theft. Carkin appeai'edr.^'.w^ek ago when he was convicted/on the charge. Some time lastmontli he knocked down a Chinaman at-Coalhurs^,.severely injuring him aboui th� head and relieving him of $65. 'i .. '.' OFFICERS OF RURAL Calgary, Pebf 12.-The officers of thE> present,year;of the rural municipalities 'ksi^oc'liifKin''wore re-elected: Honorary presidents,- Hon. Wilfred Gariepy,'ministerV of municipal affairs; William'Mason, Bon Accord; H^rbjsrt Greenfield, Westlock; president, J, H. Upnti.Youngstown; vice-president, W.SJ. #a(ik'man, Brethner; directors, H. jjir.. Bright, Macleod; A, ^�JSi I>onahue, Foremost; and secre-tary-lreasurer;-7Bmes~1HW�col, Black Palis. �  : � ; �: The Bullitass Are Comlngl' mm OF THE SEAMEN OF U.S. Washiiigton, Feb. 13,-Another communiiBatlon has been sent to Germany throtiflh the Swiss minister ' here looking - tp the release ot \hf American seamen taken to Germany on the pri