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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f?l*;.;^.r7A'.:^:fr..'.,.i.r. HOTtL WIN|)|Di Best $1.25 p Day Hoterln. AlbarU PRIDE OF ALBERTA Delicious BreOfl a Certainty with Taylor Made MOTHER'S FAVORITE BOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL in PINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLE A FOB $1.19 liM* liftVft'^niy^iHInilted number, so make sure- of-yours at onoe. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.. Ltd. f>hone 1487 OruggiiU and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel A Full Supyly of New Goods Now on Hand OUR STOCK IS NOW FULLY COMPLETE AND WE 'NV'TE YOU TO GIVE U^^ AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOT OF APPLES RA NGING IN^RICE FROM fl.M TO �2.W^^^^ YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THESE TO APPRECIATE THEM. FRESH LETTUCE, PARSLEY AND CUCUMBERS IN FACT A FULL LINE OF SEASONABLE GOODS. .NEW. LAID EQG8 AND FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER JUST IN. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIE? IS THE UjSUAL HIGH QUALITY AND pmCES ARE GUARANTEED REASONABLE. TEMPORARY LOCATION. RIR8T DOOR SOUTH OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES. O THE High-Class Grocei's CO. Plioiic N�. 525 MARKETS 5i SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK END Fresh Rhubarb. If any arrives. Per lb. ...... Hot House Lettuce. ^C�� Pound.......UilC Celery Pound ......w.-.-o. ISc 15e Bananas Dozen    * New Laid Eggs Dozen ���� Oranges A(\^ Ooz. 2Sc 30cr 35c and ftUC 400 60c TIGKNER & CO. S04 Thirteenth St S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Wlnilipeg. Feb. 16.-Winnipeg -wheat closed %c to l%c lower lor today. Oats closed unchanged to %c higher. Barley closed unchanged and flax closed Ic higher for May. Minneapolis closed l%c lower for May and 2Vie lower for July. The broken weather west with rain at a number of. points will make smaller movements. The exportable surplus of the new Argentine crop was placed at 22,000.000 bushels of wheat. The French government reported crop conditions at 10 per cent, below last year at the same date. FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat-May ............ 173 173% July............ 171^6 171% Oct............. 138% 138% Oats-May ............ -58% 59 July............ 58% 59% Flax-May ............ 257 25SV4 MINNEAPOLIS May............ 177^^ 1761^ July...... ...... 1727^ 171% Sept............. 144 142% CHICAGO May............ 175 173% July......... ... 149% 148 � Sept............. 138% 137% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1 Nor... 170 No. 2 Nor.. .167 No. 3 Nor...162 No. 4 Nor...152% No. 5 Nor... 134 No. 6 Nor... 109 Feed............... ... ... go-Oats- ' No. 2 C. W.................. 56Vi Noy^ C. W. .............v.. 54% Extra 1 Feed ............. 54% No. 1 Feed ................, 54 V4 No. 2 Feed____w..'.......... 53% Barley- No. 3 C. W. .,............... 96 No. 4 C. W.................. 91 Rejected and Feed.......... 80 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C..........152% No. 2 C. W.................. 249% A Direct Private Wire to Chicago^ Winnipeg,..... Minneai>olis and New York, Baird and Botterell tJiiion Bank Building, Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. fWONe 1599 H-: MANAGER 616 j : RESIDENCE 1862 ARiLNCHEe-.CAbGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Fish Globe & Two GOLD FISH rree Saturday Morning With Nyal Quality Goods AVe only" hare 36 of these globes, so we have limited the otter to Saturday niornlug only. Witli each Nyal purchase amounting to ^1.00 or over we will give you FREE the fish globe and two tioUl fish (value 50c.) Everyone is now so well acquainted with the Nyal goods that to list th6m is uot necessary. Telephone or send the children to our store on Saturday morning for the Nyal goods you may require and they will be delighted with the Gold fish premium. The. Red Cross Ding & Beok Co., Limited PHONS 555. CITY AND DIi�;TRICT Attends Convention .1. W. McNichol of the Lethbridge E.xhibltiou Board, is in Calgary attending the annual sconvention of the -Mberta Fairs' association. May Be Long Session F. S. LefflngwelL Jt.P.P. of Warner, arrived from Edmonton this morning on his way to his home over the week-end. He states that tliere Is much important legislation yet to be dealt with this session. Good Friday Evening The Wesley church clioir are preparing to render Stainer's Crucifi.xion on Good Friday evening, and it will be accompanied by pictures of the famous passion play. In Munition Work > Tha Coleman Bulletin says: Mr. Young, C. P. R. c|iemist at this point, leaves for \''ancouve;- about the 22nd Inst., where he will enter the employ of the Imperial' Munitions Board as a Chemist in the e.\plosives dept.. STRONG IMWLER , XSRAIN mnA CMDOUMtioB Marehaato fillflary^dnMiitan-belhkpitft* Ou* mtlM orgaalMtion li at y|Mr MTTlM utd with our eziper-laace w* can Mf�ijr guarantM to cat yoH the b�w price* Cm yoor grain at any time and fw 4ay gntde or kind ot grain. Phoiia M 1922 Calgary \ Par^ OMea 1866 LathbrMge QuaU Moyar Hardie has received - word from Major Buchanan, of the Penst ions Board, who is now In^' Calgary that he -will visit Lethbridge and meet the public about peusibn mat-ters in,about three weeks. He is go!-Ing to.'Edmonton and then to' the" coast and will visit Lethbridge'dn his return trip. Only One "BROMo' QUININE" To get thp genuine call tor full riaroa LAXATIVE BROMD QUININE. Look tor signature ot E. W; GROVE. Cures 'a cold in one day. 25.c. The Bulldogs Are Coming! Mason & ^sch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Vlctrolas, Victor Records, Violins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. The Bulldogo Are Coming I AUCTION SALE BULLS AND STALLIONS J. H. PATRICK & SONS . Will offer for 'sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Leth-hrld,6j|fc..^on WED., MARCH U At One o'clock Two carloads'" bt Registered Shorthorn and .Hereford Bulls. Also two ClydeJ Stallions, bred from imported"^res and.dams. G. H, PATR%K. & SONS PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL NEED ABOUI WOO IN 181] " That it will take Sfl7,034.18 to run the Lethbridge public schools during) the coming year was tlie."decision of the school board at an adjourned meeting held at five o'clock yesterday afternoon to consider the estimates. This is a very little increase over last year, but with only $-1000 surplus to work on as against |22,000j last year, practically the whole sum will have to be raised for taxes this year. It is lust , possible that even more will have to be raised if the Separate schools can establish their claim against the public school district for some $3000.or $4000 company taxes of which they claim-their pro rata share. Before the estimates were finally closed the teachers' staff sent a delegation to the lioard asking tor an increase in the salary schedule. Thuy claimed that the cost ot living was increasing, that the civic employees had received a war bonus of $1,75 per week, and they thought they had as good a claim to consideration as the employees in the city offices. The board pointed out, however, that the state of finances made it impossible to consider the claim. The teachers who had been held oft the salary sche-, dule during the tjast couple of years' had been put back on schedule, but] nothing could be done to increase it.' Increases were granted to three of the high school teachers who had uot been receiving the maximum. The board endorsed a' resolution the Alberta Federation of Labor urging the government to supply free books to the pupils of the provlase. AT WILSON'S AUCTION OALLEKIES DOMINION BLOCK TOWibRROW, SATURDAY AT TWO P.M. As Follows:-1 massive brass bed; 1 single bed; 1 sanitary couclx", .2 dressers; 1 sot of fumed oak finish diners; 1, fumed oak finish extension table, round; 1 massive oak easy chair, upholstered in leather; 1 massive oak rocker, upholstered in leather; 1 3-plece inahpgany parloi- suite; 1 Morris chair, upholstered in green .yplbur;! 1- child's crib and mattress; 6 dlnera; 6 kitchen chairs;, t oak rocker; 1 high chair; 1 child's seti consisting of table.'ajirt two.chairs; 1 upholstered couch; 1 kitchen cabinet with all the latest linprovenients; 1 safety razor,, with automatic shnrp-enar;. J.. .^yiiiker rocker; 1 electric toas^fer; several carpet squares; about- six, Gongoleum squares In different designs and sizes; also stair and. floor, oilcloth; 1 0-hole range with high closet and hot water. P.oAilQCtions; 1 5"x7 plate camera and lens, long extension I;)ellp>y8, reversible back, including carrying case, 3 plate holders, tripp.d.and de.veloping trays, value ?-10.00. , '. , . , P.S.-No'snsiall articles to sell so a prompt atteudance,�|at. two sharp pleased ' ' '> P.S.-Any one having anything they wi�h to dispose of we, will'be pleajed..'to include them in our sales. . ' , r i TERMS CA'feH W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer/ PHONE 1023 CONCERT-RECITAL WESLEY CHURGH,-. MONDAY FEBJ9 � I AT EIGHT-THIRTY ^ ' By Mrs. II. II. Johnston, Conti'alto \ � ASSISTED BY MR. SAM SADOWSKI, VIOLINIST MRS. W. J. NELSON, PIANIST. TICKETS,' 50c; To be obtained at Higinbotharn'o Drug-Store and Jackson's Drug Store. Odd Lots of Wall Papers at Clearance Prices Brjii{>: the Size of Your Room; Robertsons Book 3t<5^6 PHONE 1265 , OI.DBENTLEY BLOCK ;