Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
ftitt. TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 Day HoUl In Alb.ru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN LiTMMItOt He DillM Hetd It tlM iMt intf DP. Rusk's Cliick Food 'A WRFECTLV BALANCED RATION FOB YOUNG IffrlM for waplM and bo convinced. Made br Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRICGE, obtain this food from the followtnr Twlsr MilUas Elevator Co., Blewtor Alta, Tljlor MUBns Elector Co., C, Jfcuiflo Co- Cml- larr. Alia. Ctoplnll.. WUsen Alu. Crown Fsed Produce ,Co, Calsary, Ala. at Mllllnt; "dai'Rtt, Alu. A. Mwdooald Co., Lethbrldfo, A1U. Ogllvle Milling Co., Hat, A1U. -Robin Hood Mills, Cillmrj, AltSk Tomato and Cucumber Special for Saturday An extra Isrge quantity of B. C, Ripe Tomatoes and to arrive >by express on Saturday, morning. t p.r ba.K.J Special per crate 95 for feeding purpoiei from 35 to 200 tbi. Apply J. A. SMITH 203 riFTH AVt-NUE SOUTH -PHONE 1M6 Raymond Volunteers Three Raymond hoys, Arthur Faut- Jey, P..Y. Stewart-Smith of the Bank of Montreal and "Bill" Gilbert will ac- company the local contingent of voluh- tere infantrymen to the front'today THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication A meeting of the executive of the Young: People's Union will be held in Wesley hall tonight at S o'clock. The general meeting of the Canad- ian Order of Foresters will -be held in the K. "of P. hall tonight at 8 'p.m. Members, please take notice CITY AND DISTRICT Store Closed Tomerorw Owing to the death of Mrs. Delany the store of Delany, Ltd., will be clos ed tomorrow afternoon. James Duff Appointed Jamfes-.Duff of the Townsites de- partment of the Canadian Pacific, has been hy P L C.P.It, on the assess- ment committee recently; appointed by the Commissioners. .Mr. Duff was present at 'ast night's meeting Chance for Farmers The Herald is in many re quests from stockmen ana farmers in the north who have feoct for sale, or who will -ftinter Anj farmers in the south desiring informa- tion may obtain'same -by. writing to the editor. Prominent Hatters' to Fight Commissioner Grace fend Supt Wil- son attended the send off in Medicine Hat last night, to members of the Cypress club who aje going to the n front today as. privates corps. These men are in Medicine Hat, and" Lee, T. Davidson, promi T. C. Mathewson, Bant of Commerce; B. Jenkinaon, sportsman ahd rancl Daniels, ex-mayor of R; Icllffc. the infanto 11 well known Rclude Penny eut barriBter; untant of tlie ir, and Sir. Work on New fctake Work on the 'new intfee 'win com- mence within Hardie and Commissioners Gracet and Reid visited the river bottom morning to look over the new site. intake will be. located nearly a mileyarther up stream. The water come through' a sedimentation through a concrete chamber to vbe clarified, and from there into the pre-. sent suction well, the elevation of which will be considerably higher than at present. A small force of men wili be on at the atart. General Assessment Unchanged The new assessment committee, composed of representative citizens, met in their second conclave last night, with C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., n the chair. The queiLions before the meeting were, whether the per centage of assessment on buildings should be changed, and whether the sesment should remain at 25 per cent, or be raised or lowered. After about two hours of discussion, in 'which a variety'.of opinions were expressed, the 'ollowing resolution was put and car- ried: "That the committee recom- mends, that the assessment be as in 1923 and '1014, namely 33 per cent., and that the super-assessment remain at 25 per cent., the super-assessment area not to be described definitely at he present time." FOR SALE 15, First Class Milch Cows, and Ayrshircs, aged 3 and 4.years. All milking, some to freshen soon. These -cows were brought weM about, one year ago but owner must sell. For price apply to JOHN PATTERSON 5 mllci south of Carditon. Pure Milk and Cream WE CArJ SUPPLY YOU WITH MILK AND CREAM FROM THf i BEST. HERDS AND DAIRIES IN THE DISTRICT. PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH'AVENUE A SOUTH. Death of Mrs, Detany Death came at 4 30 esterday to Irs.-Delany, ..who: had ill for ome considerable time.- Mrs. Delany, was fifty-five years-old, 'was horn n the Isle of had resided In. ..ethhridge for thVpaet six years; She eaves to mourn, her loss, besides her usbaiiflj four sons, 'George, ;.John, Thomas and Herbert, and three ers, Mrs. A. Christian of 2 of Highland, Alta., and IIss Ada of Lethhridge.- The funeral ill take place at' two o'clock to-mor- ow afternoon, from her, late residence ,1001 Tenth" street, to Wesley-church, the- service to be conducted by the Rev. ;G.'H.( Gpbbledick; Interment will take place in the public cemetery. RIFLE SHOOT SATURDAY There will he a'ritle practice as us. at. 1.30. Members with- out means of transportation will notify Mr. Cue at phone -noon Saturday if they wish to go, and means will be aranged for. SAFE-When coal gas accumulates, automa- tic damper operates of its own accord in releasing all fumes to flue. See the McClary dealer or for booklet. 31. by Geo. R. Dixon Co. WELDING outhern Alberta Welding Co. t. 610 Eighth Street South. .'broken' Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Copper, 'Steel, in' fact everything made as good as new by the Welding Process GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED AuL. w uunrmnic.cu vn '-Give us trial. Don't throw your broken machinery awaj, We can repair lit .at small cost R. AUCTION SALE Household Furniture on i Friday, August 28th, at 2 p.m. Instructed by tliel owners, I will sell at my warerooms, 1421 Filth Avenue North, tflie following: 2 Extension Tables 1. Sideboard Sovsral Diners Centre Tables Hocking Chairs 2 Beds, Springs and Mittrcsses 1 Dresser 1. .Ciiest Drawers Carpet Squares 1 Settee 1 Kitchen Cupboard TERMS CASH 1 Writing Desk 1 Kitchen Zinc Quantity of Linoleum1 1-Solld-Oak-Rocker, upholstered In Real LeatK'er J'V liiindry One 4-hok CookiStove Dishes and Cooklhg Utensils Bedding and Plllo'irt A few Carpenter Tools, NO RESERVE W. L.