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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta / - Hotel ballas ^ EUROPEAN PLAN ; -ceNTRAU COMFORTABLE HOTEL Beat $1.25 WbW kotii in i P/?/DE OF ALBERTA Delicious Bread a Certainty with Taylor Made MOTHER'S FAVORITE READY TO TAKE CARE OF^A^^^ Although we are not altogether fixed up the way we would 'tike to be, .till we are In shape to handle any business entrusted to us. We have\a fairly complete line of.geode now and within a abort time; expect to be doing businee* as usual.. , ', -Tempornrlly located one door south o.f the Hudson's Bay Storei ^ PHON^ No. 525 THE jfi III, '1^9 HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL I A FINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER �ioT WATSR BOTTLE FOB $1.19 We have only a limited number, so make sure of yours at once, THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Oruggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel We Have Some First-class No. Vs Black Twiy and n oC No. 2's Ark. Black and o A Yellow Newtons ..____ M��iD  Yellow Newtons...... ^.lU CALL IN AND SEE THEM tiCKNER & CO. .:04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison^ Mills) Phone 364 Winnipeg, Feb. 15.-The Jlinneap-alls Journal says: A Minneapolis grain firm today completed : purchases of 500,000 bushels of western Canadian grain that will be bfough|, into the city, thereby opening a hew outlet southward for the movement now crowded back into the west by the tilling of storage ' elevators west of Port Arthur and Fort William, Ontario, to capacity. , Winnipeg wheat closed 3%c up for May. 3%c up for July and l%c better for October. Oats were up Ic. Barley was unchanged. Flax was Ic up lor May, with July closing ^t 2.60%. Minneapolis wheat closed '3%c ur for May, 3 Vic higher .lor July aiid 2c up for Sept. Closing prices showed the result of good buying and actlvfe short covering. The trade in^the last few minutes was brisk. For some time past July flax appeared on board and closed 2%c up from opening quotations. After a dull depressed opening wheat picked up welL_Deter mined efforts are being made "to relieve the congestion; also Winnipeg pit saw some excellent baying by export companies which caused an active short covering movement. The local market led throughout day in advance. The demand for cash wheat was decidedly good, with eastern buyers and exporters busy; premiums were verjr firm, showing as high as Ic better. Oats were fair. FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat-May............ 171 174% July......______ ... 167% - 172% Oct.....:-. ...... 137% 140% Oats-May............ 57% 59 July............ 581^ 59 Flax-May............ 265% 257% MINNEAPOLIS May............ 174 1771& July............ 170 173|4 Sept. ............ 143% 144% CHICAGO .......171 , 174% ...... 147 149^ ...... 136% 139% CertifiedClinical> Tlieniiometers Every home.should hnve a cllnrice the.marM* will otand and give you eouijtooua oorvieo and firompt r*latm9> Most delightful to usoi it leaves � the mouth antlseptically clean and sweet, and.-helps make ' teeth and gums firm and healthy. > J. D. Higiobotham & Co Limited 7"' Alberta'e Pioneer Orugglsto," The ^smMBL j|I6#� Wholesale and retail ebemlete TELEPHONE NO. 322 "Track Prices Wif^on Prices WTieat .....155% -Wheat .....149 Oats ....... 47% Oats ....... 44 Barley ____. 82 Barley.....68 Flax .......235% Flax .......230' LIVESTOCK PRICES Shoice steers, 7%c; choice cows 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, 9%c. Supreme Court The Supreme Court session here did not last long. Only one case was heard, Wembourne vs. the J. I. Case Co., and in that Mr. Justice Hyndman reserved judgment. The case of M. /t.. Cline vs. the Trusts and Guarantee Co. was settled out of court. The case of Anderson vs. Close was referred to Mr. Justice Walsh to decide whether the defendant had the right to come before the court again, while the Standard Trust Co. vs. the O. W. Kerr Co. was also settled out of court.' Mason & Ri Limited Salmoral Block- Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records, Viol-, ins, Accordeons,'sheet Muaie and Musical Merehaiidlse..- Mail Orders Given Carisful Attention; The Bulldogs'Are Coming! Pony b|ress Phone Gait Coal DeliVefcil i Hi' T. MACLEOD, MANAGE!^ LETHPRIOCE OfFICE 8HERUOCK BUILDING Lump, 2-ton Single Ton Nut Coal, 2-ton Single Ton ... .$9.75 . 5-00 . ^:oo . 3.2S - 53-6 If a tentaUve r�80lution passed by the city council at,a meeting yesterday afternoon gbes Into effect, the city will,take over the Y. M. C. A. building in part, paying rent therefor,- and will at the same time submit to the ratepayers a bylaw to raise ?48,000 bbnds to reimburse the city sinking fundr - The proposal is\that the city will take an interest in the building, and if at any time the association is able to clear up its indebtedness to the-city, the building will be turned back to them. A meeting of the "Y" guarantors and the management of the "Y" will be held shortly to discuss the following resolution^' Whereas the Y. M. C. A, borrowed from the city funds through the sink-ii>k fund committee, the sum of $40,- 000 for nve years at 7% interest, the latter of which is $6500 in deficit in three years, and Whereas it would appear that the interest charges with other expenses in connection with the tunning of that institution must be in the 'neighborhood of $10,000 per annum, which charge may reasonably, be considered as pretty nearly the limit of support it may expect regularly in various ways; from the city, without furnishing any annual income for- wiping off j the principal which now,: including' back interest, amounts to at least $46;500, and  Whereas the council are of the Jm-iression that It would in tlie best interest ojt the city to press the ^arantors for payment of the debt on the Y. M. C. A. which they assumed responsibility for about three years aigo, and''' Whereas it Is thought that the substitution of d 6% 30 year equal annual Instalment bond at an annual charge of $3,487.15 per ahnuni (which would I)ay Interest charges and redeem the principal) is about the only reason-, able solution. It:;is suggested there--fbre that it might be wise for the-city to foreclose, if the Board of rub-| 1 lie Utility Commissioners, and thei I people, approved of the debenture re-1 ferred to. j Whereas the city offices are in rent-! ed quarters, it is suggested that the, city might take over sufficient space! of the front part of the basement and iirst and second floors to accommo-; date the requirements; at a reasonable rental, and in this way reduce the burden to the Y. M. C. A. to dimensions that can reasonably be carried by that institution, and �\Vhereas it would be understood that if the Y. M."C. A. kept up the payments as per the agreement that may be entered into, at the end of thirty years the Y, M. C. A. building would be turned over free to.the board of managers, ' Therefore, be it resolved that the council make arrangements to meet, the guarantors and the management; of the Y. M. C. A. with a view to discussing this matter in detail; and if satisfactorily arranged prepare a bylaw to be submitted to the Board of Public Utility Commissioners, and if approved by them, pre.sented to the people for approval for the purpose of raising, $48,000 (the bonds will sell at about 2% below par, hence the increase over $46,500) by 6% 30-Jtear equal- annual Instalment bonds, for the purpose of taking over the Y. M. C. A. and reimbursing the sinking fund. GITY AND DISTRICT Patriotic Fund The honorary treasurer, R. J. Ritchie Paterson, acknowledges receipt of $1 from W. Patterson, for the Patriotic Fund. V Enforce Boulevard (Bylaw The city clerk is notifying the public today that'the bylaw'relating to trespassing on boulevards and parks will be strictly enforced. AT WApDINGTON'S AUCTION R(�>M^> i * :> DOMINION BLOCK \i \\ Oh FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IGth . AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON will 4ell by Public Auction and Without Reserve a Quantity of) t -.-' ' . � useful ' � . � � ' �] �;^(>US^HOLD . FURNITURE And Effects Including-Biedroom siiite,' mahogany finish, .compris-..^,. commode arid ,bed with spring and mattress; hfavy oak office table; porch rocker; oak rockers; oak dresser; flae oak..adjustable Morris rocker; 9 yardji stair oilcloth; 4-hole Guernr . "ey range,-with hot water if ronv; wringer; baby buggy; baby �sliegh;-Pralrle City refrigerator;'round oak occasional table; (Wheeler and Wilson dro^'hea'd 'sewing machine'; Victor gramophone-In A '1-order; 12 inch electric fan motor; eight dining room chairs; five dining:chairs; five burner McLaughlin gas cooking stove; five burner, ^Northyrest gas cooking -stover large.'double oven; four bole ^''Reliable!' gas cooking stove and numerous items of crockery'including cugs and sauceps, pitchers, etOi^ ., TERIM6.CA8H^ 7' ' Goods on View Thursday ^ NO RESEFtVE SALE AT WIESON'S AUCTION > DOMINION BLOCK GALLERIES OA SATURDAY, FEB/17th > 'AT TWO P.M. As FollOTvs^r^l massive brass bed; 1 solid oak sideboard, with bevel plate glsi^s mirror, handsomely carved With brass |eet; 1, single: bed,, complete; 3 sanitary couches; 1 child's crib and mattress;-6 diners; 6 kitchen chairs; 1 oak rocker; 1 high chair; 1 chlld's-'set pon^istmg of table and 2 chairs; 1 upholstered couch; 1 kitchen cabinet, with high top and all the^ improvemeifts; 1 wicUerrocker;,jl'electric toaster; 1 safety razor v/lth automatic , sharpener;'spveral carpet squares; about six Congoleuiri 8quares,V in ,diQ:i!r^nt.de8igns and sizes; also stair oil and floor Oil cloth, and m6n)f-:.^theH.M ; . ;., .- sjC^fl/TfThQif isno small article* to soli and we will'coraipende? ' .-i-^-��~�->i,, thn hnnvv articles, so a prompt'attendancia almost ii^meaiftt^ly on the heavy articles, so a prompt attendance *^Tpi&ly^o�e having anything they wish to dispose of we WillJb"lpj6aBed^o include th^m m our sales.,. . TERMS CASH ' w". L. WILSON, Auctioneer PHONE 1023 CARD OF THANKS ^ Mr arid  Mrs'. WiniAra; -Wilkinson of Etzlkom, wish to'thank those who showed suohwkifianeBs to tliem In tlielr sad bereavement Their little eleven months old daughter, Dorothy Helen, passed away on Feb.-11th. _ The flulldoge Are Coming! � , ANNOUNCEMENTS ' ^ At tonlgh't's.C.S.iE!. test meeting at the Y. M. C. A. S,ergt. Cowley win speak.on first aid. The boys are asked to be there sharp at 7.30, using the boys' entrance. v H. PATRienC'A SONS '> MaSQinic. Meeting . Regular .'meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 39, A^ P. & A. M. tonight. First degree will be conferred. Visiting brethren welcomed. Refreshments. Moose PreseVitation After the regular business was con eluded in Lethbridge Lodge No. 792, Tuesday evening, Dictator Br.-G. W. Allison called on Deputy Installing Officer Bro. C. S. Maguire, who presented Bro. Past Dictator I. Haynes with a P. D. gold jewel, set with a ruby, for untiring services rendered during Ills term of office. Bro. Haynes thpugh taken by surprise, made a brief reply, thanking the local brethren for their' hearty appreciation.' Secretary Bro. W. R. Ward reported the lodge in a healthy condition financially and otherwise, in spite of war conditions.' A social evening is planned for March. CONCERT-RECITAL WESLEY CHURfcH^LgJON FEB.IT ' By MiH. II. li:, JoiiiiHtoii "r^Jo^^ ^ ' ASSISTED BY MR,' ^*M.'8ADbW8KI, VIOLINIST MRS. w. jJneLSON,-PIANIST. \ TICKETS, BCh;; To be obtained 9X Hiftlnbotham's Drug Store and'Jackson's Drug Store. . 1 A The Bulldogs Are Coming! IJriiig the Size of Yoiw Rooin; Robertson s Book Stor^ie , PHONE tt265 OLD OENTLEY BLdCK If'- 05 ;