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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta mm ^HOTEL DALLAS V EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE L�' HERALD? Beat $1.25 & Day Ho til in Albert* It HIGH GiB�UiCESIES -01 Pg&VISHINS^r "REASONABLE PRICES IT IS OUR AIM and OBJECT ALWAYS TO"gIVE YOU'VtHE ,::BE3t' .THE MARKET affords AT THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE COST. 'WE HAVE A FIRST.. CLASS ""WELL ASSORTED STOCK AND ARE AGAIN READY TO TAKE CARE OF ALL ORDERS� ENTRUSTED to US, NO MATTER HOW SMALL OR HOW LARGE THEY MAY BE. FOR THE WEEK end WE "HAVE BANANAS. LETTUCE, CELERY AND OTHER FRESH LINES j -ALSO SOME NEW laid EGGS from THE FARM. * , , . '.,'. �� ' OUR PRESENT" LOCATION-FIRST DOOR SOU TH OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES. ,' THE :,fijP0;j^:^ Phone 525-Higi Class'Mpqeik^ HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL i 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 TALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 14B7 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel i Three Tangerine Oranges, dozen............ 25c Blood Oranges, dozen ......:. 25c 5 cases 35c Oranges, dozen ....-...---- 25c TICJKNER & CO. E04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 TEAM GA SUBJEGtO CENG About seventy-five boys oE the C.S. E.T. listened to a splendid address by J. M. Sharpe of Calgary, at their meeting last night, on the siibject of team games; in which-he clearly showed that the spirit developed in athletics nnder proper supervision is the spirit which is recognised most quickly by all great. leaders of men, and which ultimately wins in life's great tasks, also that the friendly, ami of-ten-times sacrificial, co-operation necessary to the winning of victories on the fields of sport is the sanie essentially that is 'needed in  the"woiid*s greater enterprises.' , . The address was a.strong appeal for clean living throughout and was characteristic of high spiritual tone. The appreciation of the boys was evidenced by their hearty and prolonged applause. It is hoped that, the pastors of the various churches >*111 hand In a full and classified list-of their boys to the secretary .at once as the smoothness of the work is prevented through this negrest. and adds considerably to the secretary's duties. iBelmmwefroml COLDS It is easier to avoid a cold or to cure it when it first starts- than it is to cure one that hat become obstinate. Avoid, com-', plications that may result from a neglected, cold by using i. Nyai's Lnxacold Tablets They will quickly overcome congestion and stop the feverish condition which usually ac companies a cold. They are pleasant to take and are in no way harmful. Price 25c The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited PHONE ?c5. The Bulldogs Are Coming I GRAIN AND STOCKS Bought and Sold on. Commission Bazrd and Batter ell Union..Bank Building; Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. PHONE 1599 "i :-: MANAGER -61� RESIDENCE 1862 BRANCHE8:CALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE ..... JAW; HEAD OFFICE. WINNIPEG. OFFICE.PHONE .1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH MURPHY & CO. 'HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG .Write or phone at our expense |-,f you have grain to handle. We can assure you the test jl. price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. � N.' T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEKLOCK BUILDING COIiMGS MADE UP The Women's Comfort Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 ... 176% ..... 173%  ... 140 & 175% 173% 159% 6014"" ... 59% ' ' 5fl-T, �59% .;. 253^ 25S--:.; ... 179% ... 174 ... 143% 17*% 17? , 142% ... 17SAi 17C�s ... 150'Mr . ... 130.1-4 .-. Cash Prices 14!)^ 13S-% , . No. 2 Nor. .16fi7'ii n she "^BRHMBHH The Bulldogs Are; Coming! The Bullcogs Are Coming! sp1rella GOODS Agency ,_for Spirella Corsets, etc. Call at Room 6, New Dominion Bldg., Phone 582. 59-6 i Winnipeg, Feb. 23.-Winnipeg wheat closed l%c lower for May, i%'c doftn '-for'July and l%c lower "for October. jOats dropped %c for May and-July I %e.  Barley* was*.lc "lower. Flax was %o down? for May' and y3 c do wn;.set you the^ best prices Mr-your train �t any time and tn : ^ny frade^^rvldad of gmim. Phont M t�K Calgary t For Off loo 1MB Lsthbridge} QuaU-iKfm. 1�11 Lj^brldaa) tlaat. ^s��-oV Af en^^ho *r� In >eur J. A. CUMMING Lothbridgs Manager, SI m0\ AUCTION SALE OF BULLS AND STALLIONS J. H. PATRICK & SONS , Wijl offer for sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Lethbridge, on WED., MARCH 14 At One o'clock Two ' carloads of Registered Shorthorn and Hereford Bulls. !Also two:Clyde Stallions, bred from imported sires and daniB.  G. Hj PATRICK & SONS Track Prices � - Wagon Prices Wheat .....157% Wheat........151 Oats......48% Oats ...... 45 Barlest ..... 84% Barley 75 Choice steers, 7%; choice cows LIVESTOCK PRICES Slioice steers, 7%c; choice cows 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., Jl%c. Choice killing "wethers, 10c.. Choice killing owes, 9%c. ' ANNOUNCEMENT. Tea, biscuits and cake wilfbe served at the Red Cross tea on Saturday in the K. of P. hall for 20 cents. BIRTHS ASPLIN-To Mr. and Mrs. A. As-plin, 7th Ave. S., on Friday, Feb.- 23, a son. . . ' �  The Bulldogs Are Coming' Mason Limited Balmoral Dlock Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records, Violins, Accordeons, Sheet Music .and Musical Merchandise. Mall Order? Given Careful Attention. PROHIBITED IMPORTS London, Feb", 23.-The official Gazette tonight*'gives a list of articles of importance which are prohibited.; TWejidecree1 takes ef- . feet today. TftWat Includes agricultural machinery, boots and ' shoes 'of leathW gloves, glass manufacturesi^llnan and yarnsand manufactures 'thereof, canned "lob^-sters and Baljrrron,- manufactured silk'and skini^furs, food articles containing l^sujjjarT except condensed mllkPwrnttoes, typawrit-jers, wine of ^fl kinds, wood and timber. '"' v ' New Tnnmis^loners . T!;o followin.'? Southern AihTtntr; have. linen appointed oomml^ftirtners for taVIng afndavits: Tt. Y. Laidlaw. Pvof;ket: J. H^nrlng. Purple Springs; H. E. Rands. Grassy Lake,' A F Rhnrf, Coleman; -T. A. OiirnTvtJw.v. Ijfithbridge; M. 'F. Torpy, Beaver Min?^; O. W. ATnT'innon, Alacleod; J. J. McLellan, Pnrnle Springs. Stfe se// the besf makes* of ^ '. . LET VS FURNISH THE H ARPW ARE f*OR YOVR NEW LATER, ^URTBUlLDERS HARDWARE WASiMADE TO STAND "HEAVY WORK AND WILL LAST A LIFETIME. WE ALSO HAVE THE GOOD -TOOLS .irol/ NEED AND YOU KNOW YOU CAN DO BETTER AND MORE .WORK WITH GOOD TOOLS. 4 COME IN NOW AND LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON ALL THEtTHINGS YOU NEED. USfi OUR HARDWARE: IT STANDS HARD WEAR. TAYLOR HARDWARE PHONE' 76V" 'NEXT HOTEL DALLAS 310 FIFTH STREET � ... Our Motto is: "Honesty-Quality-Service." �' WJIKRE GERMANS CLAIM A VICTORY The' map7shows fllllrisr> to .the*-left and-'-just above the Navarin farm. The Gei'lnana'claUn-to have taken fqur. enemy lines on a front of/a. mile and a third..-' -.' '"  , .'��..,. Jap Miner Dead Tlie death occurred on Wednesday of. Haruo Uyema. a Japanese miner. Death occurred in the Gait hospital. Deceased had been ill for six weeks with bronchial pneumonia. The funeral was held yesterday from the undertaking parlors of McKay and McKay to the. public cemetery, Rev, G. H. Cobbledlek officiating. What 8askatoon "Y" Did ' Mayor Hardie is in receipt of a letter from Commissioner Yorath of Saskatoon relative to,their Y. M. C, A. A mortgage company and a bank had guarantors/ security against the property ft�r 180,000 and were about to fpreclpsejSjhere was also about f20,-000 floating indebtedness against the institution; The city council decided to help out and submitted a bylaw to J raise $100,000 and take over the building, which would be rented to the association a,t. $4500 per annum.. It was' necessary to' get a special act through the Regina legislature to allow the* city to assume such a debt, After the.: people had voted the money the Military Hospitals Commission came along, and offered rent,the building, fto be used as a vocational training school tor returned soldiers, and their offer;'was accepted. '"'1 . '^^Z .. ... . ' ' A leading agricultural ])a]iei* Tec-! ently said f-'The Good Trarton Can Be Counted on the Fingers o| One Hand." '��''-',  ."-:'C'",:-V" ' �':''' ' Beware of thej.Orphan tractor. You'have 'all' .seen-the results. 1CA8E TRACTORS haye demonstrated their absolute reliability in the field.: They, are built in sizes from the 9-18 to the 30-60' pulling . 2, 3, 4, 0 and 8 plows.' We vyill have samples,.here shortly. Write, phone or call for prices and terms,,' j. " 1 . ,'v's 1.':.� "':'''S: M. P. JOHNSTdN & COMPANY alberta- block . "I' , ' jr at Clearance Prices W, Bring the Size Of Your.Rooni. Robertsons B PHONE'1266 ook Store OLD BENTtfEY, BLOCK m mm ;