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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ..---IS'. > 1--�-ri-*Tlf^' HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN -CESITRAL CCMFORTASLE HOTEL WINDSaft;. P/?/D�; OF ALBERTA Delicious Bread a Certainty with Taylor Made MOTHER'S FAVORITE READY TO TAKE CARE OF;^ALL ORDERS Ai+i,,>,�h arr not altooethcr fixed UB the way we wo(5ld : like to be,: stllKwe are In chape to handle any'business entruffio^us W a fairly complete line of flood, and within a short time expect to be ciping business ns usual. > . n,,�.�r. Tempornrlly located one door south of the Hurison's Bay-. Store. . THE GOOD CO. High Class (iroms CONGRE IHE B BERNSTORFF SAILS HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL . A PINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLE � ' FOR $1.19 We have only a limited number, so make sure of yours at once. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel We Have Some First-class 2.10 No. 1'S:?Blaok Twig-and O OC No.'2's Ark. Black and Yellow^Newtons ..Yellow Newtons ...... . ' CALL IN A^d'sEE THEM IGKNER & CO. :04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Washington, Teb. 13.-The naval appropriation bill agcregating $369,-000,000 inclurting admlulstrtitlon emergency anieudments for eommancleer-ins of ship yards and^munition plants, if necessary, and a^tquisition of basic patents of aircraft, was' passed today by the bouse. The b'ilV now goes to! the senate. Eighteen Democrats, including Majority Leader Kitchin. four Republicans �nd one Socialist, voted agp.inst the bill. ' Arbitration Favored. "Washingtonr Feb. 13.-Without discussion Kepresentative Mann got an amendment into the naval bill today declaring that the tTnited States favored settlement of international disputes through mediation'or arbitration. "It hereby is affirmed," the amendment read, "to be the policy of the United States to adjust and settle Its^ international disputed"through media-' tion or arbitration to the end that war may be honorably avoided." ANOTHER ONE St. John, N. B., Feb. 14.-A cablegram received this morning by William Thompson and Company from G. Hayne and Son, Belfast, Ireland, announces that the steamer Innishowen Head has been sunk at sea. She sailed from Belfast on Feb. 12th in ballast for St. John. Certified Clinical Thermoineters Every home should have a clinical thermometer. Such an instrument Is valuable in determining if a physician's services are requireci. The thermofhetcr will often die-tect increased temperature be-fore^it is indicated by the ordinary sensations or symptons of various-diseases. The Clinical which we sell tested. Thermometers are thoroughly / We h^ve them" in a variety of prices from . $1.25 to $2.00 Tke Red Cross Drig & Book Co., Linited PHONS 655. �> ? . -- ? . . Hoboken, N. J.. Feb. U.- ? Count Johanne H. Von Bern- ? Btorff, together with his wife ? and 200 German diplomatic and consular officials, was �> safely aboard the Scandinavian :- liner, F'rederick VIU hero today waiting to depart for Cop- ? euhagen on his way home to : , Germany. The 'liner was e?.- "pected to get away late this ? afternoon. f> > ? ? FARMERS Dim A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winnipegf . . . . . Minneapolis and New York. Baird and, Botterell Uuion Bank 'Building, I^etlibritlge  ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. PHONE "1599 �:-: MANAGER* 616 :-: RESIDENCE 1852 BRANCHES:CALCARY,.;EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. � STRONG &DOWLER GRAIN^and CommiMion Merchants Calgcry-Edmonton-Lethbririg* Our entire ortantikUoa is at your service and with our exper-i^ce we can safely guarantee to got you the best prices for your grain at any time and f�r asj' irade or Idnd of (Tain. Phone M 1922 Calgary For Offioe 1S6E Lcithbridge Quota-Res. 1B11 Lethbrldge ticni. Our Agenu who are In your district. J. A. CUMMINQ Lethbridgs Manager Winnipeg, Feb. 14-"Winnipeg wheat closed l%c lower for May and l%c down for July, and Ic lower for Oc-i tober. Gats were unchanged. Barley dropped Ic and flax;was,dowii 4c. I Minneapolis wheat was 2%c down for May, 2ijc down for July and l%cl  down for September. The trade dur-. i ing the day was light and the con-1 ' ditions governing the market mostly | : local. The floor crowds were mostly bearish and sold wheat Jn the mom-. ing. This took wheat up nearly to the previous close and showed that j i-any change for the better the'i ; freight situatibn would'meanmuch j \ better' tone in all markets. In the j ' cash market there was much better i i demand for wheat. Eastern buyers � raised the premiums of the high i i grades to 4c under for No. 1 Nor- j j tl^rn and generally from unchanged ; to Vsc better. The best inquiry ; came -from the shippers for eastern I ; domestic consumption. Oats were ' i n(5t so good, and some of the premi-'. ums were about %c easier. Barley and flax were dull. , ./ FUTURES^' I Winnipeg Wheat- ;May ... .......rr-lTS July............ 170 Oct............. 138% Oats- ( May............ .58 July...... ...... 58% Flax-May ............ 260 Minneapolis- May............ 175% July ... .1. ...>... 170 Sept............. 142 Chicago-May ............ 1731^ July............ 147% Sept............. 137 An effective laxative and Intest- ; inal lubricant; odorless, taste-j less, harmless. DOst-One'or two tablespoon-, fuls night or iporning as direct-^ In 25c, 50c and $1.00 BOTTLES\ J. D. Higinbotham & Co ' Limited , � "Alberta's Pioneer .'Orueglstai'* The l^BmaSt Jtoti Wholesalo anst retail cHemlsts TELEPHONE NO. 322 Aldose Jaw, Sask., Feb. 14.-Railway questions occupied the bulk of the farmers' time during the morning session of the Grain Growers' Convention. The C. P.^ R. was represented on the platform by J. Dougall, general agricultural agent. After dealing with various questions .in detail Mr, Bougall in a brief address In which he advised the farmers who were looking for concessions or redress grievances to take ui their grievances with' their own executive who would bo able to dis- i cuss them with the rallwp.y officials j �in Winnipeg, "and," he said, "you i y|�^wUl generally be able to get some-' thing." The question of /the completion of j the Weyburn- Lethbrldge line and the: gat>-between Assiniboia and Vantage I was ijrought up. The convention was j assured by Mr. Dougall that the latter ' would be completed in June,-But ad-j vised then\_ that the former piece of ; construction woul^J not be undertak- i en for some time.to come. The steel i l^or this branch haVlng been shipped for use of the allies. - AT wADDINGTON'S AUCTION UOOMS ' ?5' ' DOMINION BLOCK . ,^ *  On FlUDAYr FEBRUARY l6th AT TWO O'CLOCK CITY AND DISTRICT J. * Trades Council ~- ^..Jrte regular meeting of the Trades Council will be held> this evening at 8^ "o'clock. . i \ No Board Lunch There will be no Boartl^ of Trade luncheon tomorrow. 171% -1G9% 138% 58 58% 256V4 174VS 170% 142% 171% 147% 1371/6 Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Dlock Lethbrldge Victrolas, Victor Records, Viol. Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Mi5'^eliajW" gas cookitig stove. and numerous Items of kery'iri^fMing cups and saucers,, pitchers, etc, Goods ori" View Th'ursdty NO RESERVE h%*5'^elfi BRADSTREET'S REPORT FOR 1915 shows that out of 1,00 failures- In business, 92 firms (or 92 per cent.)-had not adve^ised and 8 firms (or 8 per c^nt) had advertised spasmodically, incorrectly, or too sparingly. For Belgian Relief . The followfng' amounts are acknowledged for the Belgian relief: Wm, White, Burdett, .$5; Alexander' Hamilton $2; Jno. Hackett ?2, , The Bulldogs Are Coming! V OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. GRAIN ':hEAO OFPiCE. WINNIPEG f.Write or phone at our expense If:jreii' iMVe grain to handle. ' iiiVei'jCaniaHure you the best tj^rl^s^th* market will, stand and ftfi^e: t/eu courteoua service and < prpijipt^ returns. T. MACtEOP, MANAGER 'l:ETH9RIPGE OFFICE BHERLOCK BUILDING Get Th*- Atlas Transfer Dniying of All Kinds Service* Satisfaction COAL C. O. D. Office at Frank Miles' Shoe , Store B. Wigg, Prop, Phone 1717 ."ia-G WINNIPEG CASH PRICES I Wheat- i No. 1 Nor...lG7�,i No. 2 Nor...l64Vi I No. 3 Nor., .1,59% No. 4 Nor.. .150% iNo. 5 Nor... 1.30% No. C Nor... 104% I Feed ..................... 93 1 Oats-No. 2 C. W..'55 No. 3 C. W.. 53% Extra 1 Feed .............. 53% 1 Feed.....5314 2 Peed ....., 52% Barley-No. 3 C. W.. 95 No. ,4 C. W.. 90 Rejected and Feed .......... 78' Flax-No. 1 N. W." C.............. 250 No. 2 C. W................ 237 Shareholders S. O. E. Hall A meeting of the shareholders of the S. 0. E. Hall Co. will be,held.Xinj Tuesday evening next, to consider, winding up the affairs of the company. HairBobing / The Women's ^Comfort Rooms Room I.Hiill Block. Phone-17)0 LOCAL MARKETS / -....... Grain & Livestock Prices Wagon Prices Wheat .....146 Oats ......, 42% Barley 08 Flax .......230 Track Prices Wheat .....152% Cats ....... 46 Va Barley ..... 82 Flax ......^234% LIVESTOCK PRICES Shoice steers, 7%o; choice 7c, ' Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., 31%c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, 0%c. School Board Meeting The Lethbrldge Public scliool boaTd will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight, cows Claims Chick Record Mrs. T. Worthlngton of Macleod, who is visiting in the city, claims the record for early hatched chickens as the had nine Rhode Island Red chicks hatched on .Tan. 21st and they are all living. Next! ' j, H,'*'PATRICK & SONS Will offer for sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Lethbrldge, on WED., MARCH 14 j-At One o'clock Two fiirldads of Registered Shorthorn and Hereford Bulls. Also twb.Clytle fitallions, lired from imported" aires and dams. G. H. jPATRICK & SOflS Was Operated On Hon. A. ,T, McLean, provincial secretary, who has been taking treatment at NJayo Bros, hosoital, Rochester, Minn., was operated upon there last week for appentlicitis, the operation being entirely .satisfactory. Joins Navy 'Fi-ed Keuny of the C. P. R. Tel,e-grjiphs has received word that his ypUngest brother Frank Ijfe-s joined the British ^lavy and has left Victoria for Bn'glaiK). He will be attached to the Imperial Royal Naval Engineers and expects to see duty in either Egypt pr Mesopotamia. Another lirotlier is ft-Vmemher of the Canadian Engineers arid^as b.een at the front in France for a;year; " Warns Dog Owners �Chief Hardy is giving all dog owners fair warning that canines tort which licenses are not secured before^, March 15th will be taken vlp. The police are also busy collecting busl-neaa licenses which Were due on February 1st. I. O: O. F. Meeting Lethbrldge Encampment No. 7, I, O. O, F., will confer the golden rule and royal purple degrees at their regular meeting on Thursday evening in the Oddfellows' hall. All members are requested to attend. Visitor? cordially invited. Refreshments will be served. CONCERT-RECITAL wesley church,- monday^eb.19 . AT\EIGHT-TH(^TY vi r By MvH. H. H. JoluiNton, Contralto - ASSISTED BVy^IR. 8AM SADOWSKI, VIOLINIST MeSWW/J.-^NELSON, PIANIST. JICKETS, 50c; To* be 'obtalnedi at:;Higlnbotham's Drug Store 1 , and Jackson's Drug St'qre. ' To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets, DruggiaU refund it it fails to cure. B. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 259. Odd Lots of Wail Papers at Cleak'ance Prices! Bring- the Size of Yonr Rooni. Robertson's Book Store PHONE 1266 ^ ^ Ol,D BENT^iEY BLOCK 09445?4953 ;