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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta gxVX v.,f' ", laOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN COMFORTABLE Beit 91.25 a Day Hotel in AiberU PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHER'S FAVORITE HIGH EjHIf G�BCERIES AND PROVISIONS IT UHU PRICES IT IS OUR AIM AND OBJECT ALWAYS TO GIVE YOU_THE �"T THE MARKET AFFORDS -ri_i ir e'M'Ai icct pn�?c!ft�! P COST WE HAV E A FIRST' CLASS .WfcLL AS&UHIfcU OlAJl^lv andT" AQA^ ilnwt � FARM. � -" LOCATION-FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES. OUR PRESENT THE GOOD CO. Phone 525--Hffeli (lass ftrocere.- v Don't Be Chary, It will be Light and airy with Taylor Made HOT WATER BOTTLE SPECIAL A FINE 2-QUART RED RUBBER HOT' WATER BOTTLE FOR $1.19 We have only a limited number, so make sure of yours at once. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel EXTRA! Choice Picnic Hams, per tt>. .i...... - This is a bargain at the price. 20c V.. TICKNER & CO. S04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Sir .Edward Carson said in the house today that one of the four. British torpedo boat destroyers oil patrol duty in the English channel last night encountered several German destroyers and a short engagement ensued. The British destroyer was not damaged, though she Was under heayy.gun and! torpedofire. The German vessels were' lost sight of, the first look-out said, but in the darkness' another force or German destroyers bombarded the undefended forts of Broadstairs and Margate. - British light forces in the vicinity closed in on the German parsnips which only remained a short time,! and were gone before the approach of the British vessels. ALFONSO ENTERTAINS GERARD Madrid, via Paris, Feb. 24.-James W. Gerard, former United States t ambassador to Germay, will be re-' ceired by King Alfonso today and later will be the guest at a luncheon at Tthe American embassy, at which Sir! i Arthur Henry Hardihge, British am-I bassador ;to Spain, .will .be present.' > Premier Romanoes, will be a guest at I i dinner in the embassy in the even-! ling and Mr. Gerard will leave, tonior-jrow night on a special train for Cor- runa, where he will embark for America. Be Immune from | COLDS It is easier to avoid a cold or to cure it when It first starts- than it is to cure one that has-become obstinate. Avoid conv plications that may result from a neglected cold by using Nyal's Laxacold Tablets They wiil quickly* overcome ""congestion and stop the feverish condition which usually accompanies a cold. They are pleasant to take and are in no way harmful. Price 25c The Red Cross Dng & Book Co., Limited PHONE 55$. . \New--York, Feb. 26.-Five thousand sacks of United States mail was carried- by the Laconia. of which l.EOO were transferred from the United States liner St. Louis when it was decided to hold the latter vessel,in port. Many valuable securities and documents sent by United States business firms were supposed to be in ttHTSt. Louis' mail bags. The Lafonia was" commanded by Captain W. It. D. Irvine.  CITY AND DISTRICT v A Week End'Visitor , T. M. Tweedie, M.L.A., Calgary, president of the Southern Alberta Patriotic Fund, was in the city yesterday. 0fk ELLISONS if Nobleford Visitors , Mr. and Mrs. Geo. MeClain, Nobleford, were registered at Alexandra over the week end. of the Cranbrook Visitor 4 L: B. Toombs, manager of the Cran-: brook branch of P. Burns, is in Uie \ city. - - , ^ STRONG & DOWIiR GRAIN and Commission Merchants Cal*ry~Edm�nton-Lstribridj* Our entire organization, is at your service and with our experience we can safely guarantee to get you the best prices for your grain at any time and far amy grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1822 Calgary) Per Off lee 1866 Lethbridge \ Quota-Rea.  1811 Lethbridge) tlaiis. Our Agents who are In your durtrtct J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager J BORN TUSON-Feb. 25, to Mr. a�d Mrs. E. Percy Tuson, C12 15th Street S., a son, Ernest William. "3^mJMR^o~Mr. and Mrs. JD. J. MeGruder, 205 5th Avenue  South, on Saturday, Feb. 24th, a daughter. Florence A. The Bulldogs Are Coming! COMBINGS MADE UP The Women's Comfort Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Winnipeg, Feb. --'26.-Winnipeg wheat closed %c lower for May and %c lower for July and l%c lower for October. Oats closed unchanged for May and %c lower for July. BaTley closed 1c higher. Flaxv closed unchanged for May, %c lower for July and %c lower for September. World shipments-were only a little over half the corresponding date last year and nearly one and a half millions less than the previous week. Winnipeg cash situation showed a good demaitrl-for Nos. 1 to 4 wheat, inclusive, but nothing doing in thejower grades. FUTURES May ... July ... Oct. ... Oats- May .,. July Flax- ^May ... May . July . Sept. Mav . IJuly . Sept. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- N'O. 1 Nor.. .1741;., No. 3 Nor...lCG% No. 5 Nor... 133% Oats- Xo. 2 C. W..... Xo. 3 C. W. ... Extra 1 Feed ... "o. 1 Feed ..... No. 2 Feed...... Barley- No. -Z ... . Xo. 4........... Rejected and Feed Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. ... No. 2 C. W........ ...... ... 177 ...... ... 175% ......... 142% 176% 174% 140% ......59% \ ... .A ... 59% 59% 59% .......... 259 259 % MINNEAPOLIS ......... 1S0% ......... 174% ......... 145% 179% 174% 144% CHICAGO ......... 178% ......... 151% ......... 139'/2 177% 151% 139% Pleasant Safe -Easy, to give to the kiddies us itasn't a bit like medicine. Good i'or.�.tQwn-ups also. ''"r Rexall Cherry Bark Syrup 25c, 50c and $1.00 J. D. Higiabotham & Co -- Limited ."' 1 ' "Alberta's Pioneer Druggist*.* The 3feafai& Jfcor* ~ Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 839 i"' Moose Meeting I The regular monthly meeting _ of 'Moose Lodge will he held Tuesday ; night at eight o'clock in Moose hall, i Visiting brothers welcome. ^ Retailers Meet Wednesday The retail section of the Board of i:Trade will hold a meeting and lunch-i eon'at the Chinook club on AVednes'- day at 12.30. 1 I. H. C. Officials Here ! �~'E. F. Bolte; and A. W. Wallace, of Chicago, prominent men in trie inter- ; national Harvester Co., arrived in the city this morning to-visit the local offices of the company. Buys Purebred Cattle J.VW. McKean, ot .Coaldale, has recehty purchased from the provincial demonstration farm: Clareaholm, three registered Ayrshire cattle, one male and two females. This shows enterprise on Mr. McKean's1 part in adding to his dairy herd. The cow he purchased gave over 1400 pounds of niilk in one month and over 12,000 in a year. Death of Evelyn Long "On Saturday night, Evelyn Susan, aged four years, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Long passed away following an operation for appendicfr tis. The funeral was held this afternoon from the family residence. 28!) 7th Avenue A. S., to the public cemetery. Rev. G. H. Cobbledick officiating.* Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge No. 2 Nor..M71 No. 4 Nor.. .156% Feed ____97 ............ .57% ............ 56% ............ 56% ............. 5a% OFFICE PHONE 1313.  MANAGER'S PHONE '1484. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. 6R Al N HjgAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG i-tyfite;orjjphone at our expense haveierain, to handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and: give ".you courteous service and �proippt returns.- N. T. MACLEOD, .MANAGER. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEKLOCK BUILDING 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'Cloclc Two carloads of. Registered Sborihcfn and Hereford Bulls, Also two Clyde Stallions, bred from .imported wires and dams. ' J." H. ^fATRICK &. CONS 98 ' 93 .81 253% 250% Vfctrolas, Victor Records, Violins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise, " > Ma(l Orders Given Careful Attention. Death of Pakowki Man The death occurred on Saturday evening or William E., Gronkhite. of Pakowki, Alberta. Mr. Cronkhlte had been unwell for some few weeks previously and was paying a short visit to Dr. Lovering, of Lethbridge, in the hope that the change would prove beneficial. The funeral will hb held "from McKay's undertaking parlors, Tuesday, wheifTa short service will be conducted by the Rev. Cobbledick. CARRIES SMOKE DEVICE TO ELUDE SUBMARINES LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....158% Ojits ....... 49% Barley ..... 85% Flax .......237% Wagon Prices Wheat ____.153 Oats.......45% Barley .....75% Flax .......231 HUN OFFICERS HELD BY U. S. Charleston, S. C, Feb. 24.-Eight officers of the German steamer Lieb-enfels. which sank in Charleston harT bor, Jan. 31, were held under $3,000 bond each by IT. S. Commissioner Hughes, here today; charged with allowing the vessel to sink ordeliberately sinking her in violation of fed eral statute. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%; choice c. Select hogs, 150, to 200 lbs., Choice killing "wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes", 9%c. , HVic. ANNOUNCEMENT There will be a meeting of Retail Merchants at Chinook Club on Wed1" nesday at. 12.30. Important business to be discussed. Luncheon will be served. FIRE! - FIRE!.- FIRE! mmmmUmmm mmmmmmmm\ mtmkmam*' Watch for Announcement of Extraordinary AUCTION SALE of Goftd Co's Salvage Stock i OF Groceries and Picovisions ^-s. To be Held on Saturday Next Frank Waddingtoii, the Auctioneer. FIVE BILLIONS OF oo a la OO carte;,^rvice This cafe has re-opened under new management Slid is giving the best meal in the city for the money.  �-��'� , V Meals :55i|? i\ml uj) British- Liner Tries Plan That Will Make Ships' Immune From Attack New York, Feb. 2�.-Ah .Associated Press despatch from Baltimore today says: �  Tlie .Donaldson Line ""freighter Laconia of Glasgow, provided with the new amoke device of the British Admiralty to render shipping immune from submarine attacks, arrived at 'this port yesterday. The ship also carries, a three-inch gun mounted astern and several trained gunners to man! it. According- to one of the gunners today, the hew device, perfected by British chemists and scientists, can generate enough smoke in .several minutes to mask! a vessel from the enemy's view for several ilOUl^. " y The Lakonia encountered no enemy craft on the trip to this port, but she was ftvice chased for several hours on the last outward bound voyage, first by a German ship thought to have boen the commerce raider Vineta and again by a submarine in the Bay of Biscay. The Lakonia escaped both times by her superior speed. PRETTY-SHIRT WAIST SHOWN IN . ENGLAND Smart tailored shirt in heavy strip-pd silk in a variety,of stripes in pink, saxe. mauve and black, with black taffeta tie.' . The Bulluogs Are Coming! London, Feb. 2G.-fIu the House of Commons today Andrew Bonar La;w; chancellor of the exchequer, announced that the -total of applications for the-war loan treasury bills and war" savings certificates during the period of war. loan applications was �1,-; 000,312,950 new money. Court Unity, A. O. F. ARE HOLDING A, - WHIST DRIVE and Tuesr Next, Feb. 27th AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN BURGMAN'S HALL Prices 50c and 25c Special Street Car After Dance 600 Proeeeds in aid of sending tobacco to A, O. F. members at the front. SOLICITOR HAS WITHDRAWN Winnipeg, Feb. 25.-Because he had not been given sufficient Information by hlB client as to what he.wished to disclose, S. U. Laidlaw told the public accounts committee of the legislature yesterday afternoon that he was withdrawing as counsel for Octalve Guil-bault, who made the charges of graft la.connection with the work done-by the- present Manitoba government on the parliament buildings. '�^',-v. � - V. ��� ��� �- The Bulldogs Are Coming! Better Be Safe Than Sorry CASE TRACTORS are1'f(illy tested before they leave the factory. They, must qualify for the hard work demanded of them on the farm. They have demons-strated their absolute reliability to hundreds of farmers in Alberta. ~ - ^ CASE TRACTORS represent the highest/development of tractors. They are the pioneer'tractors of . America. They are backed by (three quarters, of a century of successful experience in manufacturing farm machinery. They are a proved success--not an experiment. Let us give you detailed information. M. P. JOHNSTON & COMPANY ALBERTA BLOCK r SICK CHILQREN Be Jvopareafo'r siclcifesY by. having-a. copy of Dr. �X/.^mmett-Holt's. CA-RE AND FEEDING OF CHILDREN.. Highly recommended by doctors. Price'fll.00, post paid. Robertson s Book Store PHONE 1266 OLD BENTLEY BLOCK ;