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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL WINDSOR A Full Supyly of New Goods Now on fend OUR STOCK IS NOW FULLY COMPLETE AND. AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOT Olr APPLES RA YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THESE TO APPRECI CUCUMBERS IN FACT A FULL LINE OF SEASO CREAMERY BUTTER JUST IN.\OUR STOCK OF PRICES ARE GUARANTEED REASONABLE. TE OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES. -, WE INVITE YOU TO.Gl'yEUS A CALL. WE |We NG1NG IN PRICE FROM $1.85 TO $2.50 PER CASE. ATE THEM FRESH LETTUCE, PARSLEY AND NABLE GOODS. NEW LAID EGGS AND FRESH GROCERIES- IS THE USUAL HIGH QUALITY AND MPORARY LOCATION, FIRST _ DOOR SOUJ.H THE GOOD CO High-Class Grocers PHonc No. 525 ALBERTA HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL A FINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLE FOR JUS We have only a limited number, so make aura of your* at.once. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1497 Orugglsts and Stationer* Next Dallaa Hotel Don't Forget tHrder Some Pancake Flour, packed w:. 15c . Also Some Syrup ^ (Special.to the Herald). Edmonton, Feb. 20.-The total births registered iu the province for the eleven months of 191fi according to the returns received by the vital statistics department numbered 12,572 against 13,452 for the .whole of the preceding year, and the indication is that the total for the twelve months will be almost similar with that for 1915. The marriage registrations to date number 4069, compared with 4202 for 1915. The deaths that have been recorded number 3715.and as these are reported more promptly than either the births or marriages, it is expected that the total for the year will not be much in excess of these figures. The deaths last year numbered 3,588. The number of children who died before reaching the age of one year was 1,075; 28.9 of the total deaths-and 8.5 of the total births compared with 9.5 per cent for 1915. Maple Syrup, quarts . Rogers' Syrup, sealers Rogers' Syrup, tine ... ......... 60c ......... 35c 25c, 45c, 85c TICKNER & �04 Thirteenth St 8. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Chronic Coughs When any affection of the throat, bronchials 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 cell! and tissues of the air passages. It cures serious lung troubles "that nothing yelse will cure...' i- Price 50c and $1.00 Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., United PHONE 555. GRAIN NAND STOCKS Bought and Sold on Commission Baird and Hotter ell Union Bank Building, Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. PHONE 1599 :-: MANAGER U :-: RESIDENCE 1862 BRANCHE8:CALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE. WINNIPEG. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense -if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market wi!i stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. ,T. MACLEOD, MANAGER, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING, NO SKATING TONIGHT RINK WILL RE-OPEN ON WEDNESDAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ICE GOOD Band Will Be in Attendance. Winnipeg, Feb. 20-Winnipeg wheat closed 2%c up for May, 3%c higher for July and l^c up for October. Oats gained %c in May and %c in July. Barley was lc up. Flax was up lc in May and July. Minneapolis wheat gained 3%c in May,-2%c in'^uly and l:/�c in September. In spite of the absence of real good buying wheat prices closed considerably higher to-j day after a strong session. The business was mostly in the hands of ihe pit crowd and the scarcity of offers, especially in May, made the volume of trade light compared with the ad: vance. July was picked up fairly freely. The chief bullish factor was the clearing of the congestion in the south, but. the export buyers still stay clear of the market. Cash wheat and j oats continue to be in' good demand. Wheat was offered more freely by the holders today with premiums from i l%c worse to %c better. Oats were j from unchanged to �4c better. j | FUTURES ! Winnipeg Wheat-May .......... July ... A..... Oct........... | Oats- May ... ... ... . July ...... ... I Flax- , May...... ... . j Minneapolis- May......... , July ....... Sept........... j Chicago- May........., July.......... Sept........(.. . WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- !No. 1 Nor...l75H No. 2 Nor... 172% I No. 3 Nor...167% No. 4 Nor...158% No. 5. Nor...140% No. C Nor...112% iFeed......................97 _ I Oats- iNo. 2 C. W.. 58% No. 3 C. W.. 56% (Extra 1 Feed ............... 56% j 1 Feed____"'. 56% 2 Feed.....55% ! Barley- " INo. 3 C. W.. 97 No. 4 C. W.. 92 : Rejected and Feed .......... 80 j Flax- ' ' iNo. 1 N. W. C............... 253% jNo. 2 C. W................... 250% Edmonton, Feb. 20.-That the Dom inion government would give an equal amount to what the provincial governments provided \ for technical education was the statement of Premier Sifton this morning when discussing with a deputation of the Edmonton School board the subject of increased grants to city schools. The premier mentioned that Sir Robert Borden had told him this when he saw him some time ago in Ottawa. The deputation which was received by the premier and Hon. J. R. Boyle, minister, of education and consisted of William Rea. chairman, S. A. G. Barnes, chairman of the finance committee and Joseph J. Duggan, urged that it was an unfair discrimination that the city schools should only get, 30 cents while the country schools received $1.10, and it was pointed out that of the $675,000 it cost to run the; Edmonton schools, if took $85,000 for the high schools and $30,000 for . the technical. The total government grants amounted to $22,520, which included $4,200 for technical education. During the discussion Mr. Boyle said that he had been told recently that the provincial government of Manitoba- gavel nothing to. education in the city schools. It �fliiaa or vldna of Igtata. \pfcsW M 1�2t Calgary l Par �OWa� Iff* Utnbrtdfo J Quota. Rs*t MW1 Lsttthridfo) Claris. '.ss:OMr As^aja � who ara la yaur " isiMjwaaar' AUCTION SALE OF BULLS AND STALLIONS J. H. PATRICK & SONS -Will offer for sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Lethbridge, on WED., MARCH 14 At One o'clock �j Two carloads of Registered 1 Shorthorn and Hereford Bulla. Also two,Clyde .Stallions, bred irom imported aires and dams. Q. H. PATRICK �. fONO TO LIB IN STATE ? Wagon Prices Wheat .....154 Oats .......46 Barley .....75% 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,-8%c. ^ . A� advance in the price of paper There is a strong possibility that is predicted by United States manu-teachers' superannuation in Ontario facturers ag the result of thejnereas-may be postponed another year, and^,, TT.i,n!,t onn\iw[�n in normal times San Antonio,'Tex., Feb. 20. -The body of Major-General FredericKFun'ston, idol of the United States army, will rest in state in Ahuno this, afternoon before being taken to San Francisco lor interment at the military cemetery at Presidio. New YorkV Feb. 20:-The" cry of housewives unable to. meet the advancing cost of -food was heard in the city seat oz government today, when several hundred women from the tenement diBtriet stormed'the city ball screaming, "We want bread." They came .to place their plight before )