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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MOTEL DALLAS LETHBRIDG As we are now located one door south of the Hudson's Say Co. Store WITH A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES WE CAfi"TAKE' CARE OF ALL ORDERS, LARGE^OR SMALL, FRESH LETTUCE, RHUBARB, CRANBERRIES, GRAPE FRUIT AND CEl ERY IN STOCK, A SHIPMENT OF FRESH BISCUITS JUST IN; ALSO A SHIPMENT OF FRESH .ROASTED COFFEE, SAME BRANDS AS WE CARRIED IN STOCK BEFORE OUR MISFORTUNE YOU MAY HAVE IT FRESHLY GROUND OR PULVERIZED AS USUAL. 'I THE GOOD CO. High-Class Grocers Phone No. 525 HOT WATER BOTFlJESPECIAL A FINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLE FOK$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 Hotel Tangerine Oranges, dozen ............. 25c Blood Oranges, dozen .................. 25c 5 cases 35c Oranges, dozen ........... 25c TICKNER & CO. \ S04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison,Mills) Phone 364 Winnipeg,, Feb. 21.-Winnipeg wheat closed l%c lower for May, l%c lower for July and lc lower for October. Oats closed %c'lower for May and %c lower for July. Barley closed lc higher for May. Flax closed with Way *4c lower and July %c higher. Minneapolis closed with May l\c lower. July Hfcc lower-and September %c down. The continued restriction of seaboard sales for export and a holiday Thursday caused to be very dull and business was confined to .narrow limits. The_cash situation showed an active demand for everything from No. 1 to No. 5, but the lower grades were not much wanted. Premiums were %c bettei than-Tuesday and quite a number of round lots were sold. Ontario millers were the principal purchasers. There was some increased activity in May ( barley and a slight advance in price, j FUTURES ! Winnipeg Wheat- 1 pleat.ed to hear �what other bandsmen of the city think of' the project. , No Luncheon; General Meeting * Owing to the general meeting, to-, morrow night; there will be no meeting of the Board of Trade council tomorrow noon. The general "meeting in the evening promises to-be well* : attended as there are four'important ; matters to be discussed: the internal ' storage elevator, lethbridge a grain i inspection point, the renort of D. A. j Simpson on the Winnipeg meeting, ' and, the national government resolu-! tion.": LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices 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 wl!l stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING The Bulldogs Are Coming! STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Calgary-Edmonton- LsthbrlSge Oar entire organisation is at jvar oorvlee and with our exper-ws can safely fuaraatoe The Women's Comfort Booms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Track Prices Wagon Prices Wheat .....158% Wheat-____;153 Oats ....... 49% / Oats _____... 46 Barley ..... 88% Barley ..... 75% Flax 237% Flax ........230 LIVESTOCK PRICES Shoice steers, ,7%c; choice^ cows . 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. { Choice lulling wethers, 10c. j Choice killing ewes, 9%c. i - i �  . / j ANNOUNCEMENT | Enjoy the Illustrated evening at the ; Vatican, Rome, tonight in Wesley ' church. A treat for all lovers of art. | Silver collection of 10c and upward. BORN JDAVY-To Mr. and Mrs. Angus H. Davy, of Lethbridge, at Smith Falls, Ont., on February 9th, a son. Baby Cough .Syrup:;. Is especially for* Baby's Coughs and Coids. 'Very pleasanf to the taste-will not up3et the sensitive stomach-helps to loosen and raise the phlegm-contains nothing harmful. JWe '"recommend its use in croups and heavy colds. PRICE, 25 CENTS J. D. Higinbolham & Co ' Limited .. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists," The *r&za�Z Stor* Wholesale ar.H -etail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 MISS IDA HON EYSETT Will give her interpretation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's * � hovel' .. 4lTHE DAWN OF A TO-MORROW" Auditorium, 8 o'clock Under the auspices of Kifox Bie Sister's Class, in 'aid of the i  Soldiers' Convalescent Hospital. THERE-WILL ALSO, BE MUSICAL NUMBERS' Tickets : :: : : : > 35c and 25c j . Many Enquiries for Tractor I , Over five hundred enquiries regard-j ipg permit shipments in limited quantities. 1 1 �' FRANK WADDINGTON Will Sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve a Quantity oft-Useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE buggy; cot and mattress; sanitary lounge; writing desk; wringer; washing machine';' kitchen,'table; Jap matting; bed with spiral spring end mattress; beds, springs and mattresses; quantity of groceries;, dishes, .etc.', etc.; also splendid 6-hole Stuart .Range, complete with hot water front and .connections; 1 child's tricycle, cushion tires, ball bearings throughout, recently cost $20.00. � - GOODS NOW ON. VIEW TERM8 CA-SH AUCTION ROOMS PHONE 770 ' U. S. WOMEN ORGANIZE FOR WORK IN WAR New York, Feb. '20.-The. wives of the delegates to^the '(American Institute of Mining Engineers' convention, in session here, organised an auxiliary today "for .^service along any lines which may prove useful now or 'in the future to the country pr community or to humanity at large." The first step taken was a movement to raise from STODu.ODO to* $1,250,000 monthly to feet tho children of.Bel f ium. THE C. P.R.* GIVES YOU TWENTY YEARS TO PAY An immense area of the most fertile' land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from $11 to.$30 for farm lands with ample rainfall-irrigat ed lands up to $50. One-tenth down, balance if you wish within twenty years. In certain areas, land for, sale without settlement conditions. In irrigation, districts, loan for for farm buildings, etc., up to $2,000, . also repayable' in twenty years-interest only 6 per  cent Here is your -opportunity to increase your farm holdings by gett" ing adjoining land, or to secure your friends as neighbors. For, literature 'and particulars apply to Allan CameronjJBeneral Superintendent pf Lands, Department of Natural Resources, ,006 First 8t, East, Calgary, Alberta. T---" - - -�.- . >. A leadiiiji; kgi'icultiiral paper recently Maid "The Good Traetoi-k Can Be Counted on the Fingers of One _ Hand." ' Beware of the Orphan tractor. You have till seen the results. CASE TRACTORS have'-demonstrated their absolute reliability -in tlie, flejd.. They 'a'rjB built? in sizes from the 9-18 to xthe. ,10-60 pulling ' i 2,'3, 4, 6 ;and 8 plows1. We,will have sampleg here shortly. Wrlie, phone or call for prices and^termg, M. I*. JOHNSTQN & COMPANY ' ALBERTA BLOCK , * �:{� ;' Odd Lots of Wall P#ers at Clearance Prices Bring the Size of Your Room. Btpbertsafis . Book Store ' ' nLO BENTLEY-BI PHONE 1206 OLD BENTLEY-BLOCK ;