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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tfft&L DALLAS HOTEL "WINDSOR Bait $125 a Day Hotel in AlberU A Full Supyly of Hem Gb$d| J|j^ on Hand OUR STOCK IS NOW FULLY COMPLETE AND-WE INVITE Y.cU TO eiyE US A CALL. WE HAVE ; AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOT OF APPLES RANGING IN^HICE FROM �1J5 TO 9�.M PER CASE. YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THESE TO APPRECIATE THEM. FRESH'LETTUCE, PARSLEY AND CUCUMBERS IN FACT A FULL LINE OF SEASONABLE GOODS. vNEW LAID EGGS AND FRESH, CREAMERY BUTTER JUST IN. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS THE' 08UAL HIGH QUALITY AND\ PRICES ARE GUARANTEED REASONABLE. TEMPORARY LOCATION, FIRST DOOR SOUTH f OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORE8. \ .;�'-� THE GOOD CO. High-Class Grocers Phone No. 525 V> 5 .- HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL A FINE 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 Hete! Don't Forget to Order Some Pancake Flour, packet ..,.....----15c Also Some Syrup Maple Syrup, quart* . Roger*' Syrup, sealers Rogers' Syrup, tins ........... 60c ............ 35c ... 25c, 45c, 85c TICKNER & CO. S04 Thirteenth -St S. (Opposite Ellison ftCIIIe) Phone 364 During 1917, ratepayers of the city of Letbbridge will have to raise in all $104,084.32 in taxes for school purposes. That Is the amount required hi the estimates of the public and separate schools, tabled at the regular weekly meeting -of the city council this morning. Of this amount the public school board is asking for |8~,621.5", and if anything additional is heeded to pay tb> separate schools their share of company taxes, it 'Will have to be raised in addition. ", The public school board will need $97,584.18. Of this the.government grant will pay S5620, while there are tax arrears still owing amounting to $4392. The separate schools are asking for $17,762.75 less ?1200 government grant, making a net demand on the ; city of $16,562.75. After allowing for uncollectable taxes, it would appear as if/the school tax rate for 1917 would not be much less than 10 mills, which is about a three mill increase over last year. Chronic Coughs 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 specific -----_______. 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 Dng & Book Co., United PHONS, S55. A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winnipeg, ..... Minneapolis and New York. Batrd and Hotter ell Union Bank Building. Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. PHONE 1599 :--.-MANAGER 616 :-: RESIDENCE 1862 BRANCHESXALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT. MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. -STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN apt) y\ Commission Merchants Calgary-Edmonton-Lathbridfa '* :, Our: entire organization Is at . your service and with our experience we can safely guarantee to get you the beet prices Jar your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grata. Phone M 1922 Calgary! For Office 1S66 Lethbridge 5 Quota. 'Ilea. Lethbridge) tlens. See Our Agents who are In your district J. A. CUMMING Lethbridge Manager' The Bulldogs Are Coming!v The Bulldogs Are Coming! HAIR DRESSING The Women's Comfort Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 , "Winnipeg, Feb. 19. - Winnipeg wheat closed i%c up for May, l%c. better for July and l%c higher for] October. Oats gained %c in May; and %c in July. Barley was up 2c.; Minneapolis wheat .gained l%c in! May, l%c in July and l%c in September. Wheat was .strong and steady from the opening oa a light trade. v The pit crowdB in all markets were bulliEh but when they' tried to buy wheat they found, the offerings very scarce. The news was mostly on the relief of the congestion and the entrance of the Dutch government into _ the market. Both are mere conjee-j ture for the present as they depend | on ocean tonnage. The cash situation-continues to be very strong. Wheat of all grades was in good,demand except ..some of the specials'. Exporters and eastern men were the buyers, pats also were in good demand though "the spreads were not materially damager. Barley! showed an excellent inquiry. Flax was dull. Futures Winnipeg Wheat May...... ... . Julv.......... Oct........... Oats- May......... , July ..'........ Flax-May ... ...... Minneapolis- May...... ... July...... ... Sept.......... Chicago- May......... July......... Sept.......... Winnipeg Cash/Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor...l72?s No. 3 Nor... 163% No. 5 Nor.. .136% Oats-No. 2 C. W. 57% Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. 55 & Barley- No. 3 C. W. 96 No. Rejected and Feed .. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C..........252W 174 >i 172% 140 175% 173% . 140% sow: 59% 59% 25S% 258% 177% 174 144% . 178% .173% 544% 174% 149% 139% 175% .150% 139% No. 2-"Nor.. .J.68% No. 4 Nor... 155% Feed ... 94 1 No. 3 C. W. 55% ........ 55% No. 2 Feed-. 54% 4 C. W. 91 ......... 80 'on you- Break the mis ery of it-'. Break its pow-.. er for evil- Its frequent tendency to become deep-seated ' and develop into some more dangerous malady by prompt use of � "feat GRIPPE PILLS We have noted their beneficial effects so often- Have heard them so warmly . praised by grateful people--Have such absolute confidence in their merit -That we will; give back your money if they; don't do all you expect them to. 25 Cents lam&Co Limited No. 2 C. W. .249% ft" m OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'6PHONE 1484. 1 SMITH-MURPHY & CO: 1 ,TJN#t� or,p>wie,at,our expenss if.ybu have grain to handle. ,/ '{vvo.eah.aasuroyou the best r price, the market wl!J stand and 'give yojt courteous service, and VoftiP* 'returns, k t". MACLEOD, MANAGER "'' ,LETHBR1DGE OFFICE SHErlLOCK BUILDING s KILTIE DEAD IN ACTION In today's casualty list-appears the name of A. Abel of Lucky Strike, as having died. This, is believed to be Andrew Abel who,, enlisted with the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Wagon Prices Wheat .....151 Oats...... 45 Barley 73 Flax ... -.230 Track Prices Wheat .....156% Oats......47% Barley ____: 84 Flax......236% LIVESTOCK PRICES Shoice steers, 7%c; choice 7c. Select -hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. Choice killing wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, 9%c. cows Wholesale and 'etail ehemlete TELEPHONE NO. �22 The Bulldogs Ar% Coming! r Mason & Limited Balmoral Block ' , Lethbridge Vlctrolas, Victor Records, Viol ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical .Merchandise. Mall Orders qlvsn Careful Attention. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held at the Chinook Club on Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 20th, from^.30 to midnight. Half the gross proceeds will be given to the Red Cross. Tickets #l!00 each. . 58-3 The Ladies' Aid of. St. Patrick's are giving a card social in the as not yet received instructions from Wash ington in the matter. , i -�� .", 1 - - ,1==^ The BulldogsvAre Coming! : ~ ~ t~ .,. . . r The war spirit is again manifested in the decision of the owners of the sealing fleet that *1H set'out fromj Newfoundland in the niiddle of March to ship no slackers. No unmatfrled man ibetween the age of 20 and 30, who has riot offered his services to the country, unless rae .can establish that he remains at Home to permit other members ofvhls family to be at the front, will be-given, a coveted berth on the hunting trip that appeals so strongly -to the-adventurous Newfoundlander. The decision is .popular. The sealing ff�eikiHll �onsist of .ten wooden ships ;