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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .....r.r : MOTEL DALLAS �':'. EUROPEAN PLAN .. . CENTRAK " COMFORTABLE ill 1 Bread Sour arid Soggy Makes a Man Groggy, Bread Light and Snappy Will Make Him Feel Happy Use Taylor Made PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHER'S FAVORITE hies urn esow and provisions at reasonable prices IT IS OUR AIM AND OBJECT ALWAYS TO GIVE YOU THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AT THE,SMALLEST POSSIBLE.COST. WE HAV E 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 V^EEK ENO .WE HAVE BANANAS LETTUCE, CELERY AND OTHER FRESH LINES'; ALSO SOME NEW LAID EGGS FROM THE FARM. . , ( OUR PRESENT LOCATION-FIRST DOO,R SOUTH OF THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES >' THE GOOD CO. Phone 525-High CI:ihs Grocers. WHITE CHOCOLATES "WE HAVE JUST OPENED A'FRESH SHIPMENT OF THIS POPULAR LINE CONTAINING SEVERAL FINE NEW FLAVORS....... THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.. Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel EXTRA! EXTRA! Choice Picnic Hams, per lb. .�.,.....;.., 20c This is a bargain" at the price. TICKNER & CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) - . Phone 364 i PEACE AO SEE PRESIDENT Washington, Feb. 28.-President Wilson told the peace advocates who called on him today to protest against the steps he proposes in dealing with Germany that the country was faced by a momentous problem in the present situation, that he had always been for peace and would dp everything within his -power to maintain it. The president received their, suggestions .sympathetically, the members of the delegation said, but toUJ them the country must realize the magnitude1. of the question. \ .. �n�i I BEING DELAYED Montreal, lj]eb. 2S.-According to the Star's correspondent at Ottawa, delay-in the beginning of the Meetings of the ! Imperial war conference -lias suggested a doubt at the capital-whether Sir Robert Borden will be able to return for-the*re-assembling of parliament on April 19.' Proceedings,- however, he says, which are unlikely to begin until i the end of March ana which: will re-! quire several weeks, may be expedited \ so as to permit the premier's return '� before or very soon after the opening.! Be Immune from COLDS it is easier to avoid a cold or to cure it when it first starts- than ft'is to cure one that has become obstinate. Avoid complications that yinay result from a neglected cold by using Nyal's Laxacold Tablets They will quickly overcome* congestion and stop the fever-, ish condition .which usually nc-companies a cold' ' They are' pleasant to take and are in no way harmful. Price 25c The Red Cross Dng & look Co., I'kofid 655. A Direct Private Wire to Chicago, Winnipeg, . . , Minneapolis and New York. Baird and Hotter ell Union Bank Building, Lethbridge ARCHIE E. REESOR,MGR. PHONE 1599 :-: MANAGER 616 : RESIDENCE 1862 BRANCHES:CALGARY, EDMONTON, -SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE,. WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, 'Man., Feb, 28. ..�- There was a much broader scope in. today's advance. The prices jumped up quiet ly from the nervous excited state or the lit.crowd, but the volume of trade v*as fair and for the first time inquiries were made for wheat for opening. The contents over Winnipeg .May was b'id for wheat for the opening without -trade. Commission houses bought as well as the pit crowd. The crowd siiowed. good confidence toward the close and there was relatively little profit-taking. The demand jpr cash wheat was good for Nos: 1, 2 and 3, and fair for No. i. The lower grades were poor, Oats were fair for the. straight grades,, barley jftuH flax dull. Winnipeg Cash Prices  "Wheat- STRONG & DdWLER GRAIN �d Commission Merchants C�J��ry*-��Jmonton-LelhbrWi* Our entire organisation Is at your service aed with our experience we oaa safely guarantee to set you the best prices lor your grain at any tine and f�\r any grade or kind of grata. Rhone M 1922 Calgary J Par Orriea 1866 Leth bridge 5 Quota-Rea. 1811 Lethbrldga) tletia. 8*0 Our Agents who are In your N diatrlot. J. A. CUMMING Lothbridge Manager m . The Woilien's ' Comfort Booms Room 1, Hull Block. .Phone 1710 s The Bulldogs Are Coming! (RAILWAY BOARD COMING WEST Ottawa, Feb. 27.-The railway commission is notifying boards of trade and other organizations representing merchants and shippers, of its intention of holding some time after March 31, meetings in Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Edmonton. Calgary and Vancouver to consider rules and conditions of carriage as shown in the proposed.freight classifications. .174% ,. 98 No. 3 C. W. 57% No. 2 Feed.. ofi'/g No. 1 Nor... 178% No. 2 Nor No. 3 Nor.. .169% Feed ... � Oats-1 No. 2 C. W. 58% No. 1 Feed.. 56% Barley- No.-2 C. \V. 98 Rejected and Feed Flax-No. IN. W. C................253% No. 2 C. W. 250% No. 3 C. W 234% No. 4 C. W. 03 81 LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices W.agon Prices Wheat .....15fi Oats ... ... 46 Barley .....75% Flax......231 Track Prices Wheat .i. ..101% Oats ... ... 49'74 Barley .....86 Flax......237^ LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%; choice 7c. - Select hogs, 150 to 200 lbs., ll%c. Choice killing.wethers, 10c. Choice killing ewes, 9%c. cows The Conscienceless \ Profit Eaters ' " ATTENTION* FARMERS! STOCKMEN I - Now is the time to place your orders and pfef. after these profit destroyers in time; We are In .a position to quote you on any of the following: Strychnine (in half and one ounce packages and bulk.) White Arsenic. � ' , Cyanide of Potash. Blue Stone Formaldehyde. .S. delayed three days in taking the action' it had clearly foreshadowed in several, notes, Germany put into effect Us campaign of ruthlessness on eight hours' notice after mouths of assurances that she had no intention of ^nk-, iilg such steps. . ' " The,statement that Germany in her Sussex .note reserved a new course of action is declared wholly unjustified, j The' TJ. S. specifically refused to ac-j cept that condition and in default of; reply from Germany was justified in j be^e'ving that Germany adhered to her j point, of view. In diplomacy the last note between two nations is the binding note and stands in. all particulars until, denied by one or'the other. .The chancellor's complaint that he received only Router's dispatches and a verbal statement to the foreign minister as to;the cause of the break re-eaiis';that the note setting out the reasons for the action of the United States was handed to Count Von Bernstorff with his p'assports. The - statement condemning President. Wilson for announcing an embargo on arms to Mexico and not to >L Europe,was dismissed as both absurd! "and incorrect. The cases are held to 'b'eVin ho \\ay parallel. Mexico was in a civil war. CITY AND DISTRICT The Jtowv Wholesalr and.retail chemiats TELEPHONE NO. 822 FIRE! - FIRE! - FIRE! El II EXTRAORDINARY AUCTION SALE Saturday at 2 and 7.30 njii. Groceries and Provisions SALVAGED FROM THE RECENT, FIRE AT THE N. B. GOOD CO. fRANK WADDINGTON r Stl'lll Is favored, with instructions from N. B .Gpotl to sell'by Public Auction and .without reserve, a portion of the salvaged stock of groceries and 'provisions, including. about. 50 -fctl-lb. ba.gs rice, 200 boxes, dried fruits, apricots, prunes, peaches, applps,"etc, About 5& bags flour, Iaj'ge quantity cereals,' about 50 cans of lard, Cowan's and Fry's, cocoa* in assorted sizes, Crisco, cheese, dates, Dyson's vinegar and many other Hems. � � sale will be held jn waddington's auction r[o"oMS, dominion block" and will commence sharpvon time � Board of Trade Luncheon The regular luncheon of the council of the board of trade will be held tomorrow at 12.30 at the Chinook club. C. S. E. Tests .-Tomorrow night the boys meet at the Y. M. C. A. at 7.30 for C- S. E. � Tests. J. B. Wilkie will chart'a boy /,on the fou\ standards of the test. Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Vfctrolas, Victor Records, Violins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Left^n Mining Business i , 'V). E. Harris"and H. E. Miebach left |>*or Nelson, B. CT, last night on mining business.. AT VV ADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS DOMINION BLOCK i On FRIDAY NEXT, MAR. 2nd - "..  AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINQTQN . �� - ���> , ����-:- I-'- , . '--'yt "~W111 8ell by Public Auctiorp and Without Reserve an Assemblage � 1 : � of Useful ' ' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS (.Including Very fine quarter cut oak dresser with square bev-.elled mirroxi^3 piece parlor suite in mission oak, upholstered in 'genuine leather; quarter cuf6ak hall stand, with box seat and bevelled, mirror; walnut extending dining, table (oval);. walnut chest of drawers; quarter cut oak chiffonier, with bevelled "mirror ;  5"cane: seated dining chairs; upholstered'Davenport; .drop, "head sewing � machine; carpet' squares; very fine refrigerator, enamel lined; quantity good feather pillows and cushions; beds, springs and-niattresses; POOL TABLE, 6x4 FEET, WITH "CUES AND "BALLS COMPLETE; kitchen table; large quantity linoleums .and "McCLARY. SASK-ALTA RANGE in new condition, GOODS NOW ON VIEW Ten. and Costs J. B. Winder was fined ten and costs in police court this morning on a .'iifal purposes. "In order to get something to drbak on Saturday night and Sunday the workingmen conceived the happy idea of buying bottles of gin, whiskey or rum on Monday and pawning them 'for a. small amount - until Saturday night, when the pawnbrokers are fallowed to keep open until 11 olclock. Sin6e the. war, workers have liad good wages, and the pawnbrokers' business, which thrives on poverty, has been du*uiitll the fad of leaving the rum with 'Uncle' and getting it out] for' the week-end was started." - To Meet 39th Relatives Corporal Fred Downer will be pleased to meet the parents and relatives of all the members: of the 39th battery in the auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. tonight,�at 8 o'clock. TERMS CA8H AUCTION ROOM PHONE 770 my Out on Suspended Sentence Frank'Mantel! who was arrested in Calgarv last week on a vagrancy charge" was yesterday let out on suspended sentence. ' \, The Bulldogs Are Coming! . ' ' � For Red Cross The honorary treasurer A. J. Blackburn, acknowledges the receipt of $43.50 from the. Rolling Hill school district for the Red Cross.. The Bulldogs 'Are Coming! The Bulldogs^Are Coming! oo OO A LA CARTE SERVICE This cafe has re-opened under new'management and is giving the best meal in the city for the money. Meiils 35^aiid-ur> The Bulldogs Ar* Corning'! For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges the following contributions to-.the Belgian Relief Fund: A Belgian, $.1.00; L. J. McKenzie, ?10.00; Additional subscription from the Pupil* of the public school at Lundbreck, $1.35, made up as follows: May Ben nett, GOc; Frank Bennett, 50c; ,11m Smith, 25c; Magrath Presbyterian Sunday School, $5.00. Retailers Hear Reports ' The retail section of the board of trade met at luncheon at the Chinook Club toda'y and heard the reports of Chairman Simpson � and President Marnoch on the conference between the wholesalers and retailers at/ Win\| nipog. Several points werd discussed with the localXlipIicatton but no concerted action along any neV lines was decided upon,'it being thought better to wait for-the further conference at Winnipeg ' sometime during the spring. Aside from" merchandising methods the question of a fall faii was discussed and A. Hayr and H. A. McKillop were appointed to wait on the city commissioners to urge that steps be" got.under way for the holding of a fair/ . CARD OF THANK8 Mr. and Mrs. O, T. Long wish to thank the friends who extended to. them so much sympathy in thoir reeJ i^nt'sad bereavement.. 'I v Better Be Safe Than Sony CA8E TRACTORS are fully, 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 develop-' ment of > tractors.- They are th,e pioneer tractors-of : America. They are backed by three quarters of a; century o� successful experience in  manufacturing^ farm machinery. They are a proved success-not an  experimentj. Let, us give, you detailed'' information.- M. P. JOHNSTON & COMPANY . '���' ALBERTA BLOCK SIGk CHILDREN Be prepare^ for sickness by having a copy of Dr. L. Bmmett Holt's CARE A'ND FEEDING - OF CHILDREKI. ' Highly recoiiimeiided by doctors. Price $1.00, post pai*. Robertson's Book Store PHONE 1Zf65 OLD BENTLEY' BLOCK 9647 3024 ;