Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1917 THE LETHRRIDGE DATT/V HERALD * ? ? ? ? *, * > _________ . * ? STEERS BRING $103 APIECE > ! �pdmonton/Alfeb. 22.-Elovjen * atteors wero.'sold in the Ed-. ? mbnton stock yards for,$1,133- be slaughtered and sold to lo-, work-aijdi'iconsequently-, '!The Right to' be Jrtjpp?"' was selected as especially" Sppropriate. . of the retailers will be held shortly, when the Winnipeg meeting will he fully discussed. President Maraoch ^presented a short report of the meeting, at which there were 150 wholesalers, retailers, bankers. and others in attendance. paying all debts there is left to go on witltvthe year's work $1390. As there is about $500 still to come in the board will have nearly $1900 for the expenses of the rest of the board year, putting the organization on the best footing of many years, financially. Sample. On receipt of 5 ccuta to - cover mailing and packing, a eencroua free sample will be sent at once. AdrtresB: Haroltl F. Eitchie & Co- Ltd.. 10. McCaul - street, Toronto. Dr. Ca6se!I's Tablets are Nutritive, Ecstoraitive, Alterative; and Anti-Spaemodic, and tho recognised remedy for Nervous Breakdown Sleeplessness Malnutrition Narvo Paralysis Ansmia Wasting Diseases infantilo Waakness Kidney Trouble Palpitation Neurasthenia Dyspepsia Vital Exhaustion Specially valuable for nursins mothers and during the Critical Periods of lire. Sold by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube. 50 cents; six tubes tor the price of five. War tax, 2 cents per tube oxtra. Sole Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's Co.,'Ltd., Manchester, Eng.: DRAYING Of All Kinds V^estern Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 MONEY TO RELIEVE JEWS Berlin, via Sayville, Feb. 21.-Fred- Jews and Jewish refugees from occupied territory of Galicia. the I waters some time ago. Holland has been unable to get materials for submarine construction. N. B. ELECTIONS St. John, N. B., Feb. 23-The fate of the government and the complexion of the next New Brunswick legislature will be settled, tomorrow. The open hours for polling in the provincial gineAl elections are~trom eight o'clock on Saturday morning to four o'clock ,in the afternoon.* Thr campaign, one of the shortest on record, is practically over and all that remains is the casting' of ballots. Weather conditions are favorable for getting out a good steed vote, as the roads are still in good shape and have not ,been affected by the -spring thaws; ' '[ . !.i . ALL PUBLIC OFFICIALS ARE EXONERATED Washington, Feb. 23.-The house rules committed today decided to report that its investigation of an alleged leak on President Wilson's peace note had shown no public officials wero responsible for any advance information on it becoming public. No other phase of the report was voted on. The full report will not be prepared before'Saturday. - ,, The result of the conference was that erick C. Penfield, the United States the retailers will meet,with the whole- ambassador to, Austria Hungary, has salers and; bankers at. a later confer- handed to. the Vienna Jewish associa- ence When'it is':expected they will, get t'on $250400 t collected by the New down to something practical in �be York Relief committees. This sum, way of a better plan for conducting says the Overseas News Agency, is the retail business both in respect to destined for the relief of Galician the consumer and the wholesaler.- | The president in his renort of.-.*H'e internal elevator question read the memorandum which has be'en prepar-i ed by the i special committee ofr the I hoard to be presented to the Board ' of Grain Commissioners at its session here next Tuesday morning. The memorandum is- carefully prepared and sets forth an excellent case for an elevator here, but it will not be made public until next Tuesday's session. The board endorsed the renort in full and will lend its entire aid in securing government action in the construction of an internal elevator at this point. A number of prominent farmers from the surrounding district are being called in to give evicfence before tho commissioners, who � will also hear an application for making Lethbridge a grain inspection point. Matter of .a Fair -There was some talk at the meeting of holding a fair here this year. President Marnoch stated that the retailers favored the plan. Coromis sloner Grace said the buildings were in the hands of the military and would, -require a lot of fixing tip, before-sffair could be held. However, it was. point -ed out that'it was: hardly-lik'ely^rthat many more'.soldiers would jbeji^hied at Iyethbridge, and At was - tho.ught wise to make some move now,t|-'get a -return of at' least apportion, o,|-the buildings. If this can be .done, there If. some-'hope'that a fair Will be,Jlield. The matter was left to Commissioner Grace-to see-what he could do-in re gard to securing the buildings -and getting them put in proper shape. Tho Winnipeg Board of,Trade reso- TO Official BUY SUBMARINES dispatches in Washington EMBARGO LIFTED Announcement was made Wetmes- said, the Netherlands government was ! d -r^eneml offices of^the p"enn-preparing to buy for Us navy two syfvaniaM>es in Pittsburg that the submarines, one German and one, Bri- � � embargoes against ti-b. which were seized and� Interned, t^ fr, M u h pmsDurg when they entered Dutch territorial | ft | ,ft d CATTLE FOR SALE One cow, 4 years old, fresh, gentle and a good milker. One cow, 3 years old, with calf at foot. Twenty-five head, 3 and 4 year old cows, all due to freshen this spring. , >Cows can be seen here In' City at any time. ENQUIRE C. McCLEtf AGHAN 604 12th STREET S. PHONE 484 FROM FASHIONABLE HOTEL TO WAR HEADQUARTERS Novel scenes in the'courtyard of the' Hotel Cecil. This hostelry, formerly the resort of fashionable London crowds, has been taken over by (be government as a war'headquarters. It has been stripped of its handftonw furniture, and only the bare necessities for routine office use are left.