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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor But lt.25 j Day Hotel In Albcrti LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHtXIDOE The Dallas Hotel ll tht-Bot 'and Cttwv Makes Hard Work Easy! topi of ialun of ii e i w bed, toe nztzzx ud cotr bcti. tw a d youx C. W. GRAY 310 5th Street South Phcnc 761 SAVES YOU MOSEY Or, Bosk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS AVrlte for. s lec and be convinced. Made by Taylor Millihg Elevator Company; Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You can obtain this foot! from the folloiviuj dealers: Taylor Milling-1 'Elevator Co., Alia. Slillic's Eevator Co., l.ethbritlse. .Mia. Tayior Jiillln? i- Elevator Co., Nelson, b. C. Albertai.-fiacitte 'Grain CM-' Cal-' .sary, Jiila. Campbell, Wilsoa t Hornc1, Crown Feed ft "-Produce "Co.; Alta.--.. >a v. ilediclnc Hat Milling Co., MtJi- ..cine Hat, Alta.- A, llacdonald Co., Lethbridge, 'Alfa. Ogilvle Slilliiis Medi- Better Quality Goods and Better Service at the Lowest Possible Prices is Our Constant Aim and Object sliiiuiu'iii of (.'lioiiT iii Sweet and Juicy Smikist- ToiiuitoeS; Fresh Lettuce, etc., for .XBW LAID KOOS, per JoiOH SWIFTS iVKK LARD. 3 'pound pail .50c do.'cn for 4Sc large slles. dozen. 30, 35 and 40c SfXKIST I.KMOXS. per dozen 30: Sl'OKAXK VALLKV APPLES. the veiy finest jTOCurable, l-tr case 52.50 Or u for 25c OTIIKH for 1 for SWIFTS i'l'RB UARU G pound 755 SWHTS PUKB I.ARP 10 pound .pill. Jl.si I'ttYLON Our special Wfnd, 93 (luo as any'.' i'Oc package tea -sold anywhere. Price, three for (1.00 FKESIlljY HOASTED Special blend. Mocha. Java, eltaer who'e- or freshly sroimd Prlcu per poauO 40c Frosli made Orenricry Butter, Hose or Ma- srath. I'rlco pounds for 75c Fhonel271 THE GOOD GO. HIGH-GLASS GROCERIES rhonc 525 WKATIIEU Mas. 44 V, IS 31 in. 25 Lethbridge, cloudy Kdcaonton. fair Cslgary, claurty.......38 20 Medlcir.e Hat, fair 40 33 Bed Deer, cloucy.. 41 ifcutleford, fair..... :itj :s Saskatoon, cloudy :X> 11 Regina, fair........ 30 'lo Indian. Head, cloitJy.." js IT Klstcvan, eloudy :tt Ycrkton, cloudy..... 2.1 is BrandoD. cloudy..... 22 Winnipeg, cloudy "0 20 Port Arthur, clear 30 1 Xelson............ 40 35 Penticton.......... 40 Grand J-'orKs 7. .S3 .OS -Light have occurred 10. JIauiioba. Tile weal he-r lias, been cold Uurinjr the nigiit in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, but milfier in Alberta. Forecatl Manitoba acfl Fair, beccnilnj milder. Fine and comparatively raild. CITY AN D DJSTKICT Brigade to Meet Dr. n. B. Thomson vill address the Ambulance club at the ttailey street school at S'o'clock VJEltors are cordially" invited. NEW AND-ATTRACTIVE A Basket of small KISSES 10 cents at Killien's Tomorrow only QITY AND DISTKICT Winniffed Lady Dlts Jenctte -McKitrick. ivlfe of Robert Winnifrcd, died in Uijf -city 'j-titerday. Tim jhippid lo Wiiinifred this "afternoon for interment. A T.heatre Klarland Theatre is to have a slaie: Hie order for the building of this ad- lition was received from headquart- ers today. The.art'lilion is made iiri- raarily for. the accomodation of the famous original dancers. are to appear at Slarlaud this mouth. Death of Infant The death occurred on Wpdnef a' .lames, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Melntdsb, of 624 Twelfth street A North.. The funeral htld ytaterday aftenioon to the -public Cemetery, Ite.v. A. C- Uryan, of St. I Andrew's Presbyterian church, offi- jcifttlnj. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN" EVER I Heal Ducks, ChiclistriHjSblbs', iChocolale Choc- orate Kabbits, etc. CITY. AND DISTRICT Football Match Tomorrow The first rooibiil niatcb ol sea- lakes.placo tomorrow afieruoon )l 3 o'clock al Iho ball park. The Callies and liie Bankers are solug to meet. .City Market Committee Meets There will be a meeting o( tlm cominlttee oa city market iilanning Lpmprrow afternoon at three o'clock in 'tho office'ot the Coranilssloner of Commerce and ManufacturCE, to dts; cass tlic proposed market ordinacce.- Building Permits In tlie.fir.it-two days al tho month, ix building permits lor dwellings, have been taken- out, and the pros- peels that the record set Tor Marcli T.1M be djuailed (1 not sur- A Rum'Joke The-ijotice'iri'last pliiljfs Herald stating tba: Jiri John'nlnctley. whs I reJciAng over-thie'arriVal'bf tt ilauch-i ter, is entirely "without truth. The Herald nas inisinforined on the.mat- ter ty a would-be practical'joker. Junior Department Rally V- o teacuers and scholars 'of the Wesley Sunday ehool Tfill hold a social rally toinor- v-atteraobn In Wetley Hall from hree to five; The graded work ot the ast Quarter' will' be on cjthibilt and ras'-'-of- merit after programme tfill be rendered nd strveil. Tho par- nu arel'spocfaily imltcd to learo QOWJ tbe scholars.7- PLANT A LITTLE MONEY now, and reap the benefit vhcn conies. havo a beautiful iiaif section, 2GO acres cnltlratid, SO acres ot is E-jmrcer iatlow, bare, I and well, for AN.ACHE AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED .-...-FcQtbalL.S.T.oker The first football event of the .sea- son will be held tomorrow night in Uie Labor.Temple, when the Overseas Football club is ill iiold a smckc-r and concert. The Last Sad Rites The funeral of tho late W. L. Bur- card, was held ibis oltcrnoon nt 2.30 troni tht family residence, 'S07 Sev- enth avenue A. A large and cquiailc display of flowers testified lo the es- teem and respect in. which the deceas- ed was held, and the circle of friends that gathered to n-Hnte.i the last sad rites bespoke for the deceased a life that be held in precious memory. Funeral of Late Mr. Hodd .The funeral of the late John liodd, i former Mayor of Stratford. Ont, who died in tbe cily on Tuesday', was held this afternoon from the home of tbe deceased's 1222 Third avenue, to the public cemetery. A large number or friends and relatives from oat of the cilr 'attended, and the floral tributes were bwmljtul and numerous. i Trinity Church Services .There be no Children's Ser- vice on Sunilay morning. The Sab- until school will meet in day'and Tuesday. April C and'.i. al :t-1' In 'he evening at It.sou have tbe cloii, brinp'lt to will he an lluslraled lecture by Mr. i.'n. lligin- on "Tire Holy Land" Mr. H. ________________-2.Owen will be the soloist, and'every- TI -IT i'ii nt jljojy u heartllv Inviltd. Tbere-wlll Health.Ol'.l'JfilSin-C ibe a collection In of the Visit Jioulder llot Spring, Mon- Currer.t Account. Junior Soclely ol j Clirisnan Kndeavor on Wednesday., .lolm Hcaton, of I.ic., Bnj.. and also of Dia- mond City, write at once, grandfather d, sole e.-vccvitor. ISgd.) BUfclXESS LOCALS iKst'ste.am caal on 'thir- markyt We 3bip lo any nulni. in Ronthern Alberia. livelier Yatos, Phone J3SI. J.' JI. Kve Specialist at Wright's Mmlry Store, is raafcioir a profwslonal trip to Ccleman and wit! be at McKwen> Jcweirv Blue Stone J. D. Higinbotfaui The Start and I v.lll make you a. -lantern ilate suit for Easter. E. IV. Kingston.'tolliain 3rd S6- CITY ,-AXI) For Riding on sidewalkl irtya were fined Sudden. Death Jlbeau will to gricv'ed to hear 01 he death of Maria Jlbeau, 'aged 21 rears, tetoved wife of- J.. E. -Jiuea'n an cmjiloyee of'J. Harris t; Co.; em ploymeiit: ageuls.- Jlrs.. Jlbeau pass ed-awai-'Tuesaay r.isht, after giving llrth'to-a. child, 'which is doing well The remains, will te shipped tomor VJierc .'the burta talie'place, Bij Mletinn at Raymond Tonight A bis liberal rally vlll he held a Hayir.oh'd tonight, when Hon. Dun can Marshall, Minister of Agricul ure, and Hon. A. J. MtLean, Pro- vincial Secretary, will address Hi' people. The Cabinet ministers ai rived In. Jhp city tbia afternoon, go- itig south' on the Canlston local. 1 is expected" that the meeting will b a large 'ac'd'enthusiastic one, as It'i in the 'strongliold of A. J. JlcLean the. member for the Tahet. conslitu ency.- YOU KNOW reputation Southern Al- berta lias gained for growing (ho BEST Wheat. You Know that only tho choicest of this x wheat is ground into OUR MST FLOUR. carefully selected and carefully milled, assuring you (he highest satisfaction. on.Bakiiig Buy. Ask for "OUR BEST" ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. and lOc Store WE ARE PULLING DOWN THE HIGH COST OF LIVING This is power of 5e and iOc ncoda. A Dollar is these days, uut-Nfrkels and arc cor- respondingly sreaY I.ct'iiiem work for you at our slore, pay mo.re. when a .N'ic-kel or Ulrae will do: OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL. Window for 8 Days Only STOCK TAKING SNAPS OVERSTOCKED ARTICLES AND GOODS BEING DISCONTINUED Regular Prices to Your Choice Tht City's Leading 1898. GIFTS 19 a Small Gift for V; EASTER; Call at once j MISS FILMER Messrs. Bawden Bros. Hull Block Locating Mr. Hea1 Tuesday's Issue of the Heral there appeared an item asking the whereabouts- of John Hcalon, former ly.'oMJjamond City. C. H. Williams, a conductor' on the Blue, line of the street railway, Informed 'tbe.'. Herald la.Bt-nfgnl 1'iat lie had known' -llcatoa yeara ago at Diamond City, where the latter worked In tho llla- inoh'd Coal L'o.'s mine stores. Heaton, ho says, went lo the United States about, a 'year ago.1 returning lo Al- berta'In. six monlliR'.lime. From here dol-.ne io.Colemavi, where, It IK fitat- lar coc-h in police courLtbls 5lr- lor riding on' the. sidewalks, stales'that a man named Evans, a fiotli youngetcrs miner at Coleman can furnish further information If lleaton is not located there, lleaton la Into, Lan- laahlre. England. Ills fon In .England Fine Lecture at Central The lecture In Central'tclicol I, siven under the auspices of tho mukel Hie inquiry, as lie lias Tiecn np. executor ot his father's Cash offer for corner lots V; and 34, Block 8, 'Parkdale STAFFORD STEWART !REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE 6TAF.FORD; BLOCK PHONE 456- LETHBRIDOE vhirlock dividing, taw U, FOR SALE Choice 10 Acre Garden Plots A number of 30-Acre'PloU, broken, full'ttattr'rlg'ntii; to'-. ?ale chcaji for Immediate- pale, prior to feeding Kasy terms. AI'I'W W. A. Blenner-Hassett 5th Avenuf South. PHONE 1105 iverc on tho (tureen. attendance was mordetl. man, with a thorough In; Tho Board of Trado yesterday nd- into his subject. -Several >Hed a strong resolution favoring tlio', litul slldej, shon-lng some of the beet' Postal library for Canada, ns promol- [in Grtrk iruliiture and'archltectute, the" I'natal Library Hnguc, A fair I'tiieh has Its headquarters at l.clli- Bridge. Tlio memorial in an follows, mil -will lie.brcsenU-d lo tho authorities: 1 "ft'hsrean, tho Postal Library, as hy tho Postal I.t-a- the, ut> on whole II- morning, lie plc-eile'd "not guiliy to prary. all Hie iieppib of' every the charse, and Um case Vas remand- j community In Iho countrr. anO lliat Commisiiloner. ,'Oraco 13 In receipt of a sample or Seaman rotary hcinc consld- ered iis a uosMlle tnetcr for Leth- bridge. Death of Mri.'Hadleld Tho death occurred jestcrday of '.he IMc John llatil'MiiYal the liomc of her .Mrs. (Jalvln. Mrs. Ilalficld was Kredcrkk- (own, N'.lt., and was IS yea'rs o( frfb. She leaves two .1. am! p. II. llairield, botli of Kansas Cily, Mo., and two daughters. Jlra. Oalvln, ot this cljy, anil Mrs. U llendrlekson, Of funeral ar- rnnsomcnls h.ivq npl yet leen wade, iitil Ihc BOrtjcb-Vli.l.fcB rrlvatc. Had to Ui> 11 Charged a-jth llri'ior lo an InltrdicV, a bartender In without and at' a rnlniniuin ed' until (oinoirow because tho dlcl, who In this .caee to. be Ijjs >lfCj wris Ion ilrunk-to..clvft o.vlil- "M. Ditrsfort, ehcc, Th'fi.wife up of [the l.ethbrldge Hoard ol, the rnagiilfate