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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta /HOTEL DALLAS fyn.----. ,- EUROPEAN PLAN � OF ALBERTA Delicious Bread a Certainty with Taylor Made MOTHER'S FAVORITE of New Goods Now on Hand A Full Supyly OUR STOCK IS NOW FULLY COMPLETE AND WE INVITE YOU TO GIVE US A CALL WE H1VP AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOT OF APPLES RANGING IN PRICE FROM *1,85 TO $250 PER CASP YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THESE TO APPRECIATE THEM. FRESH tETTUCE/PARSLEY ANn CUCUMBERS IN FACT A FULL LINE OF SEASONABLE G0008. NEW LAID EGGS AND FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER JUST IN. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS THE U8UAL HIGH QUALITY ANn PRICES ARE GUARANTEED REASONABLE. TEMPORARY LOCATION,; FIRST DOOR| SOUTH OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES. ' "�uuuit SOUTH THE High-Class Grocers Phone No. 525 HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL A FINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLE V FORS1.19 J/Ve have only  limited number, so make sure of yours at once. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd; Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel CAR SHORTAGE IN U.S. Chronic SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK END Fresh Rhubarb. If any arrives. Per lb....... vHot House Lettuce. Pound ....... Celery � Pound 15c 35c 15c Bananas Dozen............ New Laid Eggs Dozen............. Oranges Doz. 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c 60c 40c TICKNER & CO. New York, Feb. 17.-The country's car shortage situation was on Feb. 16 the worst in ten years, with one exception, according to figures made public here today by the United States Railway association. Railways look" to more favorable .weather and to an increase of "trans-Atlantic cargo space as the chief remedial measure. On Feb. 1st the net shortage of freight cars numbered 109,770 as compared with 62,217 on Jan. 1st. On Nov. 1st the number was 114,903 which had stood as a record since Feb. 1907. It is not yet known whether the shortage has increased since Feb. 1st. The January increase is attributed to accumulation of freight at the eastern seaboard, the severe*" weather in various parts of the country, and freight congestion in the country. It is decided that the shortage exists for the most part in the west, northwest and southeast, as opposed to surplus in many parts of the east. MARKETS When any' affection of the throat, bronchial* or lungs has passed the acute stage and still clings stubbornly,' you should take a good constitutional remedy, such as ; Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil This remedy has spesific action on the cells and tissues of the air passages. It' cures serious lung troubles that nothing else: will cure. Price 50c and $1.00 The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., United PHONE E5S. OF CITY TELLS OF EPIDEMIC A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winnipeg, ..... Minneapolis and New York. Baird and Botterell Union Bank Building, Lethbridge _ 'ARCHIE E. REE80R, MGR. PHONE 1599 :-: MANAGER 616 :-: RESIDENCE 1862 BRANCHESXALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. I*1 STRONG & D6WLER GRAIN and Commission Morchaate Ceifsry-^Cdmsnton-LetMrltge: Out entire organisation la at yoot MrriM sad with our experience we can safely guarantee to get yon the beet prices for your grata si say time and fer any grade or klad of grain. Phone M 1928 Calgary 1 Per Offloe IMS Lethbridge > Quota-Res. 1111 Lethbridge) Mens. See Our Agent* who ere In yeur district. J. A. CUMMINQ Lethbridge Manager Babies' Milk Milk supplied from individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the-government veterinarian. Winnipeg, Feb. 17-Winnipeg wheat closed %c up for May, }4c up for July and %c up for October. Oats gained . %c in May and %c in July; Barley j was'unchanged. .Flax dropped %c in j May and gained lc. in July. Minne-| apolis wheat was %c up for May, %c tup for July and %c better for Sept. FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat May.......... July..... Oct..... Oats-*-" 3} ' May .'.. ... . i Julyy.. ... ... Flax- May........, Minneapolis- May......... July......... Sept.......... Chicago- May ... ...... July......... Sept.......... WINNIPEG CA&H PRICES No. 1 Nor...170% No. 2 Nor...167% No. 3 Nor...162% No. 4 Nor...153% No. 5-Nor...134% No. 0 Nor...109% Feed ......-............... 95 Oats-No. 2 C. W.. -56% No. 3 C. W.. 55% Extra 1 Feed ............... 55% 1 Feed ..... 54% 1 Feed.....53% Barley- No. SC. W.. 96 No. 4 C. W.. 91 � Rejected and Feed .......... 80 Flax-No. l-'N. W. C............... 252% No. 2 C. W................. 249% 173% 171% 138% 173% 171% 139% 59 59% 59% 59% 258 258 177 172% 142% 176% 172% 142% 173% 148% 137% 173% 149 138% Break the ilFft LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices The Bulldogs Are Coming! J' g^^^OFFICI^HONE13^^^1 MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MURPHY & GO. �3HEJ^^QFFWE^WI N N IPSO/ , pi^WHtetoV.'phone atour-sxpenae ^ if you have grain to handle. ''�'*-. We' ca'n assure you the best pr(ce> the market .will stand and giv'e^you courteous service and, prompt returns?'' N."T. MACLEOD, �' MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING �:,./: Cream - WANTED Highest prices paid for No. 1 Cream and Check Sent for Each Shipment by .Return-Mall. Milk - - - MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. EDGEH1LL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. $on?e fo te//you every weeA where to buy Hardware mjyjnamb,-1s billy bear. i've hired out to the best hardware store in this town. , i am going to tell you all about our store. our methods and the fine hardware we sell. be sure and meet me here in this newspaper every week. i am going to work for CITY A NIVDISTRICT j j TAYLOR HARDWARE Bow Island Visitor R. S. Beattie of Bow Island is a visitor in the city today. PHONE 761 NEXT HOTEL DALLAS 310 FIFTH STREET S. Our Motto is: "Honesty-Quality-Service/* I The Women's Comfort Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 announcements A dance will be held at the Chinook Club on Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 20th, from 8.30 to midnight. Halt the gross proceeds will; be i given to the Red Cross. Tickets $1.00 each. 58-3 Mason & Risch Limited' Balmoral Block Letbbridfie Victrolas, Victor Records,, Violins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Woolford Man Missing Acting Lance-Corpl. H. Briggs of Woolford is reported in today's casualty lists as missing. Moose Meeting A special meeting of Moose Lodge will be held on Monday at 8 p.m. All brothers are requested to be present. Govt. Official Here H. G. Cuttle of the land branch, department of the' interior, was in the city yesterday from Moose Jaw, visiting the local land office. f- Names Omitted In the list of floral tributes at Mrs. George Alexander's funeral published yesterday the name of Mr. T. M. Thomas and Miss Josie Thomas, a wreath, was omitted. Sheepman Here J. A. Hill of the sheep branch, Dominion department of agriculture, is in the city. He will attend the annual convention of the South Alberta Wool Growers association which takes place here next month. The Ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's are giving a card social in the K. of P. hall, Monday evening, Feb. 19th. A pleasant evening promised to all who attend. Special musical program at Wesley church tomorrow evening. See church notice. The Palace Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor will be re-opened at 7 o'clock tonight. AUCTION BULLS AND STALLIONS J. H. PATRICK �780N& Will offer for sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery BSrn, Lethbridge, Q9>iu. WED., MARCH 14 At One o'CIock Two carloads of "Registered Shorthorn and Hereford Bulla. Also two Clyde Stallions, bred from imported sires', and dams. G. H. PATRICK r� SON8 Back from California George Ross, who has been spending the winter in California and other southern pofnts, returned home yesterday. His father, Walter Ross, is at Los Angeles. at present and will not return until next month. Back from Edmonton A. J. H. Donahoe of Foremost passed through' the city yesterday on his way home from Edmonton. He was in Edmonton as: a member of a delegation from the union of rural municipalities, waiting on the. government Jn connection with important1 legislation affecting rural 'districts. , Gets Military Cross Capt. Allan Bruce Ritchie, of the Engineers, a brother of 3i N. Ritchie, barrister of this city, has been awarded the military cross for gallantry, this announcement being made in connection with the New Year's honors. Capt. Ritchie, it will be remembered, .was recently decorated with the D. S. O. He won his promotion from the ranks, being granted his commission some time after going to the front. CARD OF THANKS Mr, George Alexander and family, and Mr. and Mrs. George Seaman, desire to express their heartfelt thanks for the kind sympathy shown them in their recent beremveinerit,: and for Hie many beautiful floral tributes sent. ,. AT WAD.DTNGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS DOMINION BLOCK -AT EIGHT O'CLOCK TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE ' '-".Quantity of Crockery, including1cups and saucelrs, glassware, etc. ^ 10 cases of Evaporated Apples, .50 lbs. to the case. 330 Ids. of Cranberries in 5 lb. packages; 10 cases Klenzo, the wonderful cleansing � agent/ .'� A Marvellous. Chance for Hotels, Boarding Houses, Farmers and Private Housekeepers.'' �>:/;.� WADDINGTON, THE AUCTIONEER i Odd Lots of Wall Papers at Clearance Prices Bring the Size of Your Room. Robertson's , Book Store -it PHONE 1266 OLD BENTLEY SLOCK 0 ;