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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ttOTEL DALLAS iivi; EUROPEAN PLAN "CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HIGH Gf^AOE 6ffOCfRI|S AND PROVISI^S AT REA^NABIE PRICES IT IS OUR AIM AND OBJECT. ALWAYS TO GIVE? YOU THE BEST THE MARKET' AFFORDS AT THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE COST. WE HAVE'~A FIRST, CLASS WELL a88orteo STOCK AND ARE AGAIN READY TO TAKE CARE OF ALLrfORDEHS ENTRUSTED 'TO u8, NO MATTER HOW SMALL OR HOW LARGE THEY MAY BE. FOR THE WEEK END WE HAVE BANANAS LETTUCE. CELERY AND OTHER FRESH LINES ; ALSO SOME- NEW LAID EGGS FROM THE FARM. ". -"i - . . CUR PRESENT LOCATION-FIRST DOOR SOUTH'OP THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES. iE GOOD ( Phone 325-High Class Grocers. WHITE CHOCOLATES WE HAVE JUST OPENED A FRESH SHIPMENT OF THIS V POPULAR LINE CONTAINING SEVERAL FINE NEW FLAVORS. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. \ Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel LETHBRIOGE COMPANY (Special to the Herald) Edmonton, Feb. 27AS, Leff-ingwell, member for' Warner has presented to the legislature a petition for the incorporation ot the Fanners' Fire and Hail "insurance company whose head office is given as Lethbridge. The capital stock Is $500,000, divided into 5,000 shares of $100 each. The petition is signed by M,athew,P. Johnston, -insurance broker and farmer, Gerald-F:31etcher, banker, C. B. Prdsser, insurance broker and -farther; a"nd Orrin B. Edgett, stenographer. EXTRA! Choice Picnic Hams, per lb. *...... This is a bargain at the price. 20c TICKNER & CO. Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winnipeg, ..... Minneapolis and New York. Baird and Botterell v Union Bank Building, Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. PHONE 1599 :-: MANAGER 616 :-: RESIDENCE 1862 BRANCHEStCALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT. MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. .^(Special to the Herald) Fernie, Feb. 26.-The miners' con vention has put in another day working over the officer's report matter without coming to the end-of the mat-', ter. The scales committee is 'still' laboring with a."-new-.'schedule, prices and will not "be ready to report-i _ for several days. -Judging by the slow j progress being made -by the~"comniit- /i/ tee on officer's report, the -teller's re- ' port :Wheb reached, will ;be a record; breaker; f6f length of discussion, as that report thought to be^one-cal-culatedMlb arouse touch discussion. The" delegates, will not be able to; get through their work this Week un*! less the rate of speed is greatly increased, but it is the Tie.lief: of. most of them that a successful -ending of all -controversial- matters will be accomplished. - Be Immunefrom COLDS It is easier to avoid a cold or xt0 cure it when It first starts- than it is to cure one that has become obstinate. Avoid com- ' plications that may result from a neglected cold by using . . " Laxacold Tablets -. . :.' They will quickly overcome r congestions and stop the fever-' ish condition which usually ' He came to the United States Feb. 14, en route to Los "Angeles it is declared. At Eastpovt, Idaho, the wife of a merchant of a northern Alberta, town was taken from the same train by immigration officers, according--to intormation received here. Her husband arrived in Eastport six days later. Whitaker was arrested here Friday night by Mr. Richardson. CITY AND DISTRICT Federal Union Discussion ' The jTrades and Labor Council will hold a regular meeting tomorrow night. At the close of the meeting the matter of federal union will be discussed. Flm- HRE! - @jj EXTRAORDINARY AUCTION SALE ' Saturday at 2 and 7.30 p.m. ; Groceries and Provisions SALVAGED FROM THE RECENT FIRE AT THE N. b. GOOD CO. Frank Haddington v ; Is favored with: instructions from N. B .Good to sell by Public ' Auction and without reserve, a portion of., the Salvaged stock of groceries and^provisions, including about 50 50-lb. bags rice, ^00  boxes dried fruits, apricots, prunes,, peaches, apples,' etc. About 50 bngis flour, large quantity cereals, about 50. cans of lard. Cowan's andy Fry's cocoas' in "assorted sizes, CFlscp, cheese, dates, Dyson's % vinegar, and many other items. . :_' f , ' SALEWILL- BE HELD IN WADDINGTON'S AUCTION rooms, DOMINION BLOCK AND WILL COMMENCE SHARP ON TIME 176% 177 174% ' 175 140% * 141% 59% 60 50% 59^ 259 258 179% 179% 174 174% 144% 144% today. The Bulldogs Are Coming! OFFICE PHONE 1313. , MANAGER'S PHONE 146*. SMITH-MURPHY & CO. HEAD OFFICE. WINNIPEG V'WHte or; phone at our expense ifVyou have grain to handle. � We ,jean assure .you the best prlpe.M!e.mjrr>et wJIS �tand and give you epurteouf'Be'fv^ee and prompt .returns. ?� V N. T. MACLEOD,"'MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING " HIGH RIVER (From The Times) On Thursday evening a farewell banquet was tendered to Mr. A. G. Verchere, the retiring manager of the iBank of Commerce,;at the High River ' Club, by a number of his intimate friends among the business men of the community.  ' - In the' list of Alberta casualties published on Monday morning last the sad Information is given that Private D. Micks of Cayley is now believed to be killed. Ptc.'.Micks was one of the most popular members of the High River platoons of the 137th battalion, and the hope prevails that the report may prove to be incorrect. In the meantime further investigation is being made through the records office as to how and where he met his death. Mr. Phil Weinard expects to leave this week for the Peace River district, where he will spend the spring and. summer mouths engaged in important work for the government. No. 2 Nor... 171% No. % Nor... 157 Northern .........    139 ....... 97 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1 Nor.. .175 No. 3 Nor...lfi6% No. 5 Feed .'........I.. Oats-No. 2 C. W.. 58% Extra 1 Feed ... l-Feed ..... 56 \i Barley- No. 3 C. W.. 9fi Rejected and Feed Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. W. .. Mason & Risch Limited , Balmoral Block . Lethbridgs Victrolas, Victor Records, Violins,' Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. � The Letubfidge Typographical. Un-| ion, finding jtself with quite a sum of money on the right side oi the ledger, decided at its last meetfng to purchase S200 worth of war certificates to help along the thrift campaign which is now uppermost in Canada, ' FORTH COMING AUCTION SALES ;����-' -by-  w. l wilson, - The Auctioneer Nobleford, Feb. 2Stli. Restaurant and Blacksmith's Ontl it. Monarch. March (Hli, Farm Stock aiid Implements. " . Lethbridge, March 14th, Farm Stock and Household Furniture. ... , -Ma&Tath, March 16th, Farm Stock. ARRANGE YOUR DATE NOWT; Offices: Wilson Auction Galleries Dominion Block Phone 1023 SPANISH PARLIAMENT ADJOURNS Madrid, via Paris, FeV 26.Premier Count' de Romanones  read tdday 'in both chambers a decree adjourning indefinitely the sessions ot parlia Copy No. 14 Wanted* - The Record Office in London lias asked Secretary Oliver of the Khaki League for a complete record of the enlistments in the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders. Mr. Oliver needs a copy of No. 14 of the* Lethbridge 'Highlander, which was published by the'battalion. Anyone who may have this copy will confer a'favor by letting Mr. Oliver know. USE WINNIPEG CHURCHES FOR ^RECRUITING � Winnipeg, Feb:; 2C-The .ministers of Winnipeg decided-'a.t the beginning of-this week-^ to . throw open their churches as', recruiting-centres. During last.week, out of every three re-^ cruits applying, two, were turned down by the medical board.__. The Bulluogs Are Coming! Agricultural Agent Here J. libugall, of Winnipeg, general at- No. 3 C. W.. 2 Feed'..... no. 'f c; W.. ft 56% 56% 56% S3 81 252% 249 Vj �ANNOUNCEMENT There-will be a meeting of Retail Merchants at Chinook Club iqn Wednesday at 12.30'. Important business to be discutsed.. Luncheon will be served.-" � �� LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Brices "The Bulldogs Are Coming! Wagon Prices Wheat .'....153 Oats ....... 45% Barley .....75% Flax .......231 Track Prices Wheat .....159 Oats .......49% Barley .....85% Flax .......23ff% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%; choice cows 7c. .J, Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. Choice killing wethers,' 10c. Choice killing ewes, 9%c. iltely the sessions or parna-� � >----=- - ... ment. The decree was received with ! riculhiral agent of the C. P.. R., is in protests by the opposition."' � , J.the,city today attending the sitting of 'the Board of Grain Commissioners. He j also conferred, while here, '.'with President -Marnoch of' the Board of i Trade'and. Supt. Fairfield qf the Ex-J perimental Farm on matters of importance relating to the agricultural development of Southern Alberta. FuneraTof Evelyn Long - The funeral was held yesterday afternoon of little Evelyn Long, Rev: G.. ;H. Colbleidick officjating. The floral tributes included the following: Pillow,- Father and 'Mother;, cross, Mr. arid .Mrs. Thos. Long; sprays, Mi's. Payne,' Mr. and Mrs.1 I. Haynes, Mr. and-Miss Irvine, Zena Pipes, Evelyn Prosser, Dorothea,'Muriel and Gregg Allison, Mr. and'Mrs. Ripley, Mr.'and Airs. H. G. Long,, Mrs. Zpbelle and Mrs. TolBtrup, Mrs. Steeple and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fetterly, Aiieen X^hg and Mrs. Hall and family. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT .fails, to cuie Itching, Blind,, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application'gives relief. 50c. OO A LA CARTE, SERVICE This cafe has reopened ii/ider new management.tand is' giving the best ineal in the city for ;the ,nicmey' \- c "y-^ .^.'j.-;-: Meals 35c and up Bettei r ic Sa nfe Than Sorry CASE TRACTORS are fully tested before they leav$ the factory. They must qualify for the hard work demandetl of them on the farm. They have demons-strated their absolute reliability to hundreds of /farmers in Allnerta. < CASE TRACTORS ^ropresent the highest develop-went of. tractors. They afe?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 i SICK- CHILDREN Be prepared-for sickness-;by|hav'lng a;copy of Dr. \1. Bmmett-' Holt's CARE.AND FEEDING OF CHILDREN. Highly recoinmeiided by doct'ors. 1 Vvlcp .$1,00, post paid. Robertsons -Book Stord phone 1266. OLO'BEfJTLEY BLOCK ;