Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor BMt $1.25 a Day Hotel In Albirta m I WHEN IN LETHBRIOOE The Dnllas Hotel Is the Best and Most Convan-Itnt Ptac* � SUy She Did It With JAP-A-LAC Her lilirnry was ;i lunlu'o-|hm1u('-iIiiiil;''^ *(' ("liori'v. hirch and oak. Tho vdi'kinu' rliair wa-^ sha'iiiy and ilic hook-_ cMvi' \\a> a joke. liiU ijuw i lie roDin !h,rk: Sli(> ili'l il wii liMiii holj) wiih jii-^i ouo can oL' .lAr-A-I.A sofiTi (vf luwiuo' (iood A])|)l(>s so lato in the season is knowing how 1(1 sti)rt' aiul keep llieiu ihrougli the winter. The SFOKAX LIjKY Braiiti on evei-\- east\ Look for it. Vi'Uow Xewiou. -leuiion. llonian Reanltie aud Wagners. To niako snr(> thai a]>[iles are sound Ave examine every ease before it leaves tlie store. Yon will appris-iati^ a ease for Raster. Order a box iuv,v. ivieo............................... .............$2.60 Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES YOU KNOW tlic repntation Sonthc^rn Alberta has gained for growing tlic BEST Wheat. You Ought to Know \YEVT1IEK .\Uix. 44 44 11 .Min. 24 -ti �21} IS IS 12 Irt s 10 44 44 43 NEW AND ATTRACTIVE Lethbridge. clenr .. Edmonton, clwii- .. ralgiiry, clear. , .. Medicine Hat, fair . Uoyilniiaster. clear Suskaioon. clear..... ;!3 Swift. Current, clear.. "A Indian Head, clear ... 27 Broadview, clear.. . . S,S Brandon, clear...... "5 Portage, clear...... 2Z Winnipeg, fair....... 24 Port Arthur, cloudy .. Ti Karaloops, fair ... . . liS Moose Jaw, clear.. .. :;2 Regina, clear...... SO Nelson........... tiii Penticton......... 67 44 A'A Grand Forks ...... f;4 43 .02 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has beeu mostly fine and cold, but in most of Albeita it h;is turned milder. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Fine today and Thursday, with rising temperature. Alberta-Fine and comparatively mild. city and district Found by Police Tbr> police are in possession of t�"0 small purees and some parcels of cloihing found by them on liie street. Ov.ners may have, their property by proving a right to it. Novelties IS BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER Cards, Baiket*, Real Duoks, Chick*. Rabbits, Ohocolate Chocolate Ducks, Chocolate Rabblte, etc. The Red Cfe^ Drug and Book Co.� Ltd. city and district!^ ___ f No Luncheon To:rior,-ow \ There will be no Boiird of Trade Council luncheon tomorrow, owing to the fact that a monthly meeting was held last night. Visitors From Champion C. E. Bee, divisional engineer of tho Southern Alberta Land Co.. and O. n. Gullickson; timekeeper, are in the city from Champion. S. O. E. Notice The Sons of England W'.R. degree meets tonight in the S.O.B. ha'il at 8 o'clock sharp. All members are requested to be present. C.P.R. Land Inspector Bert Huffman, Inspector for tho band department of tho C.P.R. Is In the city today^ registered at the I>eth-brldge. that onl}"^ the elioicost of tin's wheat is ground into OUR BEST BLOUR. �'� Good wheat, carefuliy seleeted and earefulTy milled, assnring yon tho highest satisfaction on Baking Day. Ask for "OUR BEST" ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. De Wolf's 5 and 1 Oc Store THE STORE OF BARGAINS LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE, FANCY NECKWEAR, RUCH-INGS, VEILINGS, VALENCIENNES AND TORCHON LACES > THEY WONDER HOW WE GET THEM AT THE PRICE, OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL. fhsn* tU Postal League Progressing An enUiusiastic meeting of the Postal Library league was held in the ! Council chamber .Monday afternoon. | A large number of corresponding and | supporting members were enrolled, and the names of Mrs. Wm. Mitford, president of tho W.C.T.U., and J. A. Irving, secretary of the Y.i!.C..\., were added to the list of managers. The Inspector of libraries for Ontario �was among the number enrolled. Former Mounted Policeman Horace Venus, formeily a sergeant in the R,N'.\V..M.P.. stationed at l^eth-. bridge. U now a sergeant'in the Cran-i brook city police, .iinder 'tl�e new chief, P. Adams. c()3iplete KUilPMEXT \ye1l drillixg GAS, ARTESIAN AND ALL KINDS OF WELLS DRILLED First class work-Terms on application. Lethbridge Well Drilling Company J. L. CURRIE W. H. KRUSE Room 5, Oliver Block, 5th St. S. Lethbridge - - - Alberta P. O. Box 84. Soaked $100.00 and Costs Silva Cottoni, a drjv.er for the Lethbridge WTiolesalers, who sold some of the company's b(io7.e froih the wagon he was driving, while at Coalhurat, was yesterday apprehended by- License Inspector Robt. Nimmons and brought up before A. E. Humphries, .T.P., who fined him �100 and costs. Cottoni couldn't dig up the necessary cash, so is working it out in the barracks, where he will be detained for hinety days. Appointments Gazstted Chas. .M. McCarty of Raymond, a notary public: Thos. K. Skeith of Coalhurat, a justice of the peace; ThOB. W. Dyer of Bow Island, .1. H. Walker of Raymond, R. K. Howson, L: Asquith, W. F. Nelson, Albert Cas-carten and Gage 3hannon of Lethbridge, commissioners for taking affidavits: S, A. McCuUough of Diamond City, a sheriff's bailiff. Funeral of Late Mr. Sherd "Blessed are^the dead who die in the Lord." With theee- words as a text, Rev. A. G. Cameron made some ver>- touching /and comforting remarks at Knox church yesterday, when a memorial service was held over tlif remains of the lato \V. S. Sherd. Tlio proce.=i8ional was led by Hev. Mr. C;imeron and [tev. A. C. Bryan of St. ,\ndrew's churcii, and consiBtfd of the merabprH of the session and tile mourners. .Mr. Cameron paid a hitih tribute to iho departed elder and irieud, and of the rest whifli be- now enjoyed in death, which, he said, was not meant to be a horror, but. merely a sweet rest from the toil of life, closing with the words: "The voice of Death is speaking to all. Hearken unto the voice of .lesus liefore It is too late." The choir rendered several appropriate hymns, and .Mi-K. Layton sang "Gathering Home" In a \ ery touching way. The remains were shiuped east in tiin afternoon for interment at -Northfield, Mhm. An ; Gift What more appropriate than a globe of Gold.Fish? .\s a� Easter Special we are featuring two fancy Gold Fish (each Pish worth a dollar) with Globe, Plant, Shells etc. For $1.00 J. D. Higii^otham & Co., ltd. The %icatt Store TELEPHONE NO. tSJ City Now Owns Hospital Gait Hospital passed into the hands of the city this morning, when a resolution authorizing the signature of the Mayor and City Clerk to the deed �va9 passed In council. The deeds were received from the solicitors for the Gaits, Uie signatures of E. T. and John Gait being appended thereto. They 'will be returned to these solicitors for execution. CITY AND DISTRICT Shipped Body East The remains of the late Alex. Ur^ue-hart, who died on his farm near the city Monday, were shipped east this attern(X)n for interment. A service was lield at F'etterly's undertaking j parlor.