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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta NtEC BUS TO" ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor HoUl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHiBIDOI The DallM Hotel It'the and Molt Convt iwii ati? Or. Rusk's A PERFECTLY BALANCED .RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS (ITrite for fiampleo and be convinced. Made Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Too can obtain this food from ttie following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Letibridge, -Vita. Taylor. Milling Elevator Co., Neijon, B c. Alberta Pacific Grata Co., Cal- gary, Alto. Campbell, Wilton Letlibridge, Alta. Home, Crown Feed Calgary, Alta. Produce Co., Ellison Milling is SJsvator Gt, LethbrWge, Alta. Medicine Hat Wililns Co., Jledl- cine A. Macdonald Co., Lottibridga, Alta. Ogllvie Milling Co., Ltd., siidl- olne Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calsary, Gooseberries, Red Raspberries, Logan Berries, Red Preserving Cherries, Red Currants, Few More Strawberries All the above Hues are in -season and wp.ftre booking orders ahead. Strawberries will bo overjn a abort time bt> if ;ou buuie must act Bins Chenlcs aie about done foi, al- though we another tlnpmont, although arc not suro thiit they are coming. Right now is the time to iplaee you ordeib for Wellington Hwi Kasiiicmes, Loganberries, Red Curiaiits, 'Sour -Pro-" serving Cherries and It- C. Gooseberries. Remember, these- small will soon bo off the market entirely ami then yon will be unable to get them at suiy price. Let 'us take your orders NOW. We guarantee you tho.low.esl market price when the goods are delivered.., Phone 127i THE GOOD CO. GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Jlax. 83 S-T SO Min. 54 5S at GO .43 3S 59 59 54 54 Music With Meals TAKE LUNCH AND DINNER WHILE LISTENING TO Preisz Select Orchestra AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Cafe N. H. MURRAY, Manager .Dining Room. Our new Menu Prices'Within the reach of everybody. Auction Sale Household Furniture On Friday, Jtdy 3rd, 1914 AT 2 P.-31. AT 1739 5TH AVENUE NORTH. "W. Auctioneer, is instructed by-the owner, who is leaving-for the Coast, to sell the following; 1' Sideboard 1 Extension Table I Book Case 1- Grass .'Chair 1 B.'E. Writing Desk 1 Centre Table 2 Dressers and Stands 2 Iron Beds 1 Child's Iron Crib 1 C-anip Cot 1 Chiffonier .1 ..Upholstered Settee .1 Upholstered Arm Chair 1 Sanitary Couch 1 Oak Office. Chair 1 Refrigerator 1 Washing Machine and Wring- er 1 Rifte 1 Kitchen Table 1 six-hole Range with Reservoir and Hot Water Front iMc- Clarey) Hcuse Plants 1 Heater 3 Gravel Boxes 1 Ladies' English Side Saddle Blacksmith Tools Carpenter Tools Hoes. Forks, Shovels About 50 Head of Poultry. One Phaeton Buggy, in good condition, McLaughlin make. Also one set good Single Harness. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 "TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. LETHiJETDGF. FA1U July 7. S. 9 AT THE BUTTS Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair. Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, clear S5 Prince Albert, cloudy S6 Saskatoon, fair.-. S3 Moose Jaw, S4 Regina, clear SO SO Winnipeg, clear..... S2 5S Port Arthur, clear.... 64 4S Mostly fine arid 'warm weather has prevailed throughout' the prairie pro- vinces. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan A few scattered thunderstorms, but gen- erally fine and decidedly warm todaj and on Frida> today and on Friday; stationary or a little lower tempera- ture. CITY AND DISTRICT Shipping Hogs F. T. Holt.of Raymond returned this morning from Calgary, where he had gone with a carload of hogs. To Be Twenty Voting Booths On account of the large number ,of ballots to be marked in the bylaw vot- ing tomorrow, City Clerk Stevens has provided ten voting-booths at each of the polling stations. Gun Club, to Calgary The' Lethbridge Gun club 'has sent a number of its Calgary to participate in the. annual provin- cial shoot. A fme practice shoot was held here yesterday. Meeting Tonia'nt The meeting to discuss the money bylaws to he voted on tomorrow by the burgesses will be held tonight in the auditorium of the Central school, commencing at 8 o'clock sharp. Motored to Elko A. F. Krapfel and F. M. Giather of Medicine Hat niotoreil through the city this afternoon en route to Eiko, B.C., 'with their families, where they will spend a short holiday. 3 Cakes of PALM OLIVE SOAP FREE With every of a oQc OF PALM O.UVE A CREAM or .bottle of SHAMPOO We will give jou three cakes of. the This special and attractive offer is only on for a few days, so: call: or phone your order at once. The Red Gross Drug j Book Co., Limited Pfttn> Thlrt The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders hours at all The sensational score of the day at the Lethbridge Rifle dub's shoot yes- ierday was that of F. Bryans, at ROD yards, 'who made J4 out of a possible under very tricky wind conditions. .31 The scores: Bryans McLeod Burnett Piitard 32 Cue 30 Collins 27 Cumming 27 Jack 27 Routledge 26 Chinaman Kilted to be Buried Here The remains of Lin Chan. thfi.f'Mna- nmn, who was killed last week at Vul- were brought to the city this af- :ernoon for burial. Chan was trans- porting a heavy load of lumber. Thej ines dropped to the ground and in his effort to regain them, Chan fell under the wagon, and the' wheels ran over lis body, causing almost instant death. Chan was a merchant in Vulcan and well known in the vicinity. PlWder 'An -these warm After After Skin Prickly Heat, HotWcj.Tired Feet, Chafing, Etc., We have a windowful oC all the well the last word in Tal- cums, with a Face Chamois, while they last, your choice tit 25 CENTS THE BULLETIN BOARD this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Aquatic dance at Aquatic club-pav ilion-at Henderson Park lake tonight. The Lethbridgo Young People's Christian Union .will meet in Weslei Hall, at S o.'clock tonight. -All inter ested invited to be present. The.last Sunday school league game pf, basketball for the season will be played tonight on St. Cyprian's ground, south of the church, between the junior girls of St. Cyprian's and St. Mary's. CITY AND DISTRICT Back From the Coast JVIrs.-D. L. and J. H. Kimball return- ed home yesterday from the coast, where they have .been for the past three mouths. Aid to H merest Sufferers The Citadel baud rendered a fine concert at.Henderson Park lake last evening, when a silver collection taken ia aid of 'the Hillcrest suffer- ers The sum of. was realized, Bank Clearings Bank clearings-for the week ending today were as against 561 for the corresponding week last year. The clearings for the month were almost as large as those of last year, the -figures being 1914: 359; 1913, Time le Extended The. time for entries in the flower and Jawn contest, to be conducted by the Women's Civic club, has been ex- tended to July 15. Entries should be, made to Mrs. John Craig, 624 Eighth street South; 'phone, G78. Escapes Lash Boardman, who at present is boarding at the provincial jail here, will escape the sentence of the low- er court In Calgary, in respect to the DRUGGISTS ltD.HlGINBOTHAM 0. t'lKllTCD WHOLESALE AND BflTAIL. CHEMISTS AKD DRUaCISTS ;n 24 30 28 ;ti 28 19 Slash. Boardman was convicted of I saiilt unoh Jliss Alice Jeffries, who was later a victim of the Empress of .j. Ireland disaster, and sentenced to lash and a term in jail. The aupel-j.> late division of the Supreme Court! .r. reversed the judgment passed by Magistrate Sanders in regard .to the BIG MEETING TONIGHT, Don't forgftt the big meeting of ratepayers in the Central school tonight to hear the dis- cuBsion of the money bylaws. The meeting opens at 8 o'clock, .j. Cadets Depart for Camp Under the guiding hand oE Lient. Pi'iraer, the Lethbridge Cadets left the city this morning on a special train for the annual camp at Calgary, j There were 121 boys in the contin- gent. Garden Tract 10 'acre Garden -Tract, south of' clear title. Ditch in. .Houses to Rent. Money fo Loan POWSm MtLMLRN I AND GV SNAP Seven Quarter Section Leases. All of Section 5. Townshin 25. Jiange 4, west 5th. of Section Township 30, Range 3, west 5th. 1120 Acres. Price and Stock. Surface rights go with Leases These are not government leases, nml one-Mghth royalty is held by original owner. Ap-. ply at'once by phone or wire to A. SWEXXUMSON, Bow Island, Alberta. i lau odimeis in i cH'" u tuc former, but the jail sentence was con- firmed. Cattle Grazed on Tracts George Hamilton, A. M. Beasley and George Campbell were summoned inlo police court this morning, charged un- der the information of Mr. Dill, a mar- ket gardener on one of the garden tracts leased by the city, with allow- ing their cows to run at large. Ham- ilton denied the charge, but was con- victed, anil fined ?3.00 and costs. -Mr. Beasley admitted that" his cows had grazed along the river bottom, and paid the same fine. Dill complained that the cattle had practically de- stroyed his potato crop, and he was supported by several witnesses, am- ong them Linnfng, Mr. Dill's man, who said he had spent OQ an average an hour and a half a day driving the stock off the property. He also stated that as many as sixteen head of cattle had been on tho land at one time. W. 1C. MeLelland ap- peared for tiie complainant, and R. A'. Smith for the defendant. Chief Skrf- ton Htatr-s that he is going to data 11 a man on the river, bottom, 'which is inside tho city limits, In order that the bylaw covering tfco of, elock may be enforced letter. Look, Who's Here Some of the visitors in the city over the holiday were: J. K. Stewart, Ta- ber; Howei'i Harris, Bow Island; L. Bnrdett; H. S. Murray and W. S. Ai'iory, Barons; A. Renwick, and L. S. Ooive, Macleod; C. R.-Pear- son and wife, Magrafh; C. B. Baker, Nanton; G. D. Martin, Warner; .T. B. Davis, Wycliffe, B.C.; G. F. Burgess and R. N .Wilson, E. W. Wright, W. A. Bond, Win. Mitchell and E. R. D. Porter, Medicine Hat; B. Winnett, Fernie; W. Myero, Cham- pion; R. M. Dickinson ana T. a. Price, Coutts; S. C. Reynolds, .1. E. Woods, Pincher; W. F. Stevens, Ed- monton; Hon. A. J. McLean, Taber; D, Thompson, Pincher. Better Street Car Service for Market Commissioner Ileid has arranged to lave two White line cars run all morning on market days hereafter, ,ud up until two o'clock in the after- noon, in order to accomodate the large number of citizens who patronize the market in the Eckstorm building. Mr. KeiU had extra cars on the Red line all day yesterday, anil the immense crowds were handled without any dif- ficulty. The to Spend Your Vacation FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Hotel Outlet Proctor; B. C; G, and; L. Snow, Props, The Tourist and Fiihing Resort of the Kootenays Salvation Army Sunday School Picnic The annual picnic of the Salvation Army Sunday school was a decided success. The weather was ideal when over one hundred and fifty children and adults left tile Army Citade'i ill street cars at 10.30 a.m. for Henderson Park, after arrival, every hoy and girl, also the teachers, enjoyed boat rides'on, the lake, through the kindness of Mr., Donaldson, Sergt. Wade of the and Mr. Doe, who are tbanked for "the loan of their boats. At 12.30 all went to Mr. Bart- lett's farm for dinner. After enjoying the many good things provided, the young people and adults enjoyed themselves to their heart's content. A Ticket match was played between the married and single men, the married men winning by a score of 109 to S-l. Tea waa taken at 5 p.m., and at (1.30 races were run by every class in the School. Suitable prizes 'were given to every winner, first, second and third n each race. Special praise is due to Mrs. Starts, young people's leader; Sisters Mrs. II. Dawson, Mrs Hop- i-ood, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Ucdshaw, Mrs. Tuff and Minnie TnliOuS; also Bros. J. Hardy, G. Seaman, Laurence Tulloch, Russell, and Barnard for the success of the nicnic. The Sunday school staff desire to specially thank Bro. and Sister Bartlett for opening ;heir iiOiisu and grounds, also Camp- WUson ft Home for pail of caiuly; Scott Fruit Co., for oranges, and Plunkett Savage for melons, bo- sides various other business bouses for'donating prizes for races. Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most'modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKEK, C.V.O., LLJX. D.CJL, Prnltfent ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD, Atit: General MuiMr V. C.- BROWN. Superintendent of Central Western Brtnchei CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES FOR THE SUMS OF or payable: at their face value in the principal countries of} are sold for a small commission by all brandies of .the Bank. Fasily negotiated anywhere and self-identifying, they are almost indispensable to the traveller The holder is protected in the event ot loss of the cheques, as a separate letter of identification 15 issued with them. There is no safer or more convenient method of carrying money when W43 Lethbridge Branch R, L Brymner, Mgr, THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1 869 Capital Paid Up Funds BANK MONEY ORDERS A safe and economical method i 1 1 1 n mmHmvmHmmmHm of remitting afflOUntfl. Rates: aud under 3c. Over (6, not exceeding 6c. not exceeding ]0c. Over not exceeding ?50, 15c. ilKnul rhnrte hi Canada (Vu ton crccptedjaiid Nftd. at any TT.S.A, n Grent Britain and Ireland at over 500 all principal citie LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J, M. AITKEN, Manager, OF CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save .regularly, and training in how to expend money wisely. Such an education in thrift and saving will prove invaluable in later life. GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING. Manager BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at ;tho Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 2, 25 ceiita.' Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours, For sidewalks, basement work, wat- er cisterns or ceptic tanks see Carpen- ter Bros., Phone HLS. Visitd Coast Cities :._ D. it. Kimball returned today from a business trip to Portland, Ore., and other western cities. LETHBRIDGE FAIR July 7. 8. Dr., Morse's Indian Root Pills are made according to a, formula in use nearly a century ago among the Indiana, and learned from tlism by Dr. Morse. Though repeated at- tempts' have been made, by physt- cfansand.chcmiEts, it has been found impossible to improve I lie formula or the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills area household remedy through- out the world for Conotipation and Kidney and Livrr troubles. They act promptly and effectively, and Cleanae MONUMENTS If you arc ooualdotlng tho purchas- ing of a monument, us before you decide. Rest stock, do- signs Lethbridge Monumental Worki. ftt. Mnnngtr. You are sure of a Good Meal prepared right and served right at the Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book. store Firth Street South. Best 25c Meal IN THE CITV, TRY IT ONCE ;