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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta V SUS 'TO' Hotel Windsor Mi Hotel In Alb.ri. DAILY-HERALD WHEN IN LETHRRIOOI! The Dallite Hotel Is the Best and Most ConvM- _____ tent (Up MMI A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKO 'Write for eamples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Too can oitain ttiis food from tho following dealers: Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling Elevator CD., Lethbridge, AJta, iietbbridgo, Alta. Taylor Mining, Elevator Co., Medicine-Hat Milling Co, Modi- Nelson, B. C. _ Hatj AUaram Co., Cal- -A. Macdonald Co., Campbell, Wilson Home, Letibndge, Alia. _ Ogilne Milling Co., Ltd., Medl- cine Hat, Alta. Crown Feed S Produce Co., Calgary, Alfca. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Made Heirs to Throne by Assassin Archdul-e Charles Joseoh of Austria and his wife By the murder of Arch duke Frederick, the former, a man of modirate views will replace the vie tim as the next Emperor, acid.contribute to Europe's peace. There criay be complications between Scrvia and Austria, as a Servian student was the assassin Thousands Pay Homage to Dead Vienna, July of. mourn- bands and oak leaves, while that of ers today visited the chapel of the I the Duchess .was covered with lilies. Hpfburg, where the coffins containing were catafalque, ap- the bodies of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the Duchess of Hdhen- faerg lay in state. A continuous pro- cession marched past the catafalques. Emperor Francis Joseph left tlie today for the Hofburg. As he passed j though the streets thousands of people cheered him proached by two steps and surround- ed by tall candlesticks, with enormous wax candles. More candles burned'in silver girandoles placed at each corn- er. The Life Guards formed a guard of honor. In front of the coffin lay two wreaths of white roses on a back- ;round of hearing the slm- mscription: "Sofie, Max, Ernst." Although the court chapel 'was not opened until eight o'clock, the crowds began to assemble outside before They were from the Archduke's child- ren. were held at all the altars '-rn, and the line of people soon tne c'iapfc'l from eight o'clock in tended for a mile beyond the Hofburg. The bodies lay in silver coffins, or- namented with gold. That of the Archduke was decorated with gold The high cost of liv- ing- solved by eating at the morning until noon. At ten o' clock the court choir entered and sang the "Miserere." From noon un- Hot Weather Eatables and Drinkables LIDBY'S HAM Hiioed pound LIBBY'S ROAST1 Sliced por- PRAY F.KNTOS Sliced .per pound SLICED Shift's Premium, finest quality. per CREAMERY Fresh undo. Wild Rose or Masnuh, MOXTSERAT LIJIE Pints', each. MONTSERAT LI.ME Quarts, each. ROSE'S LIME Pints, KKOVAH LEMON L-iirgo sine, ench 30c .40c 7Cc .40c .30c .45c .85s 43c basket 15c WASHINGTON HBO 2- CALIPOK'XIA dozen ........35c CALIFORNIA. bnBkot .........75o RED basket..............15c size. 2 baskets for..35o HIPS grown, per Ib....30c ............15o and 20o HOME GROWN Ibs for 35o FRESH irouud ........6c ni ii7i PhoneI271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ni HO- Phone 525 WEATHER" Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair.. ?ary, clear....... Medicine Hat. clear Macleod, clear Red Deer, cloudy 5riuce Albert..dear Saskatoon, fair Regina. clear MOOSB .Taw, clear. Brandon, clear. Portage, clear Winnipeg, fair. Port Arthur, -fair. Nelson Pentictcm SO SS 93 SO 74 S" S4 SS SI S9 10 4 SI 9 Mln. 54 50 64 57 50 64 64. 0 n2 j4 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine and very warm. Forecast Fins and decidedly warm today and on Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT For HMIcrest Sufferers, Winnipeg City Council made a grant! of 51000 to _ the Hiijcrest Relief Fund.! Join Big Association The Medicine Hat Stock Growers' I association joined the Western Stock j association, when E. II. j ipencer of the first-named association I (was elected to the executive7-eoismit-' tee of the Western Stock Growers' as-; sedation. 3 Cakes of PALM OLIVE SOAP FREE uurcaase of a oOc PALM OLIVE CREAM or PALM OUIVE- SHAMPOO thiee cikcs of the P-ihn boap This special and attractive offer is only on for a few days, so call or plione your crder at ones. The Red Cross Drug Book Co.., Limited CITY AJVD DISTRICT Mr. Campbell in Town R. E. Campbell, JI.P.P, of Rocky Mountain, is a visitor in the citv to- day. Mr. Reid in Calgary Pommissioner Reid lias gone to Cal- gnry.on a business trip. Calgary Builder r of Limited build ers Lagan it, i u-ut T m the citj odax Police Court aid tiimi m, flncd ?1 00 1n, ents in pol ce LOU t for liaun; no li means of support. 4 was allowed to so on BUS uncled-sell- tence. Orangemen io Parade L.O.L, Lodge No. 1666, annual church parade, Sunday, 5, [o St. Cyprian's .-Church.- -Members will meet at Oddfellows hall at 0 p.m. sharp. ry a Sack Then You'll Know Autoist Heavily Fined i Jas. C. Harper of Champion Vas fin- j ed S50 and costs at Vulcan for having driven a motor, car on the highway so i as to endanger the lives of the public. I In this particular case, the accused's j car knocked down three litt'ie boys I and ran over one of them. r-_ Trinity Church Services Sunday, n a.m., children's church: topic, "A Womlerfiri House." 3.15 p. I m., Sabbath school. 7.30 p.m., even- j ing service. The prizes won by the children who recently collected for! the special church debt collecting; scheme will be distributed at this ser-1 vice, and it is hoped that a large con- j gregation will be present. There will j be no meeting of the Junior C.E. so- J ciety this week, but the choir practice will be held on Friday at 8.30 p.m., usual. til one o'clock the bells of one of tne nusines: city churches tolled. Dallas Cafe 25c lOc Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at till hours Another Assessment Appeal The second anneal case to be heard before a judge in this city on the as- j sessment, is going on before Judge JackEon this afternoon. E. H. j [s_a_ppealing against the decision i of the court of revision for himself I and for Mr. Builett-Coutts, on the ground that the assessment for the en- i tire district in which his property is based on speculative value. Mr. Wll- eon claims that this area sliouU not be assessed as business property, nnri maintains that the income is not The dread df the llosquito. Drives away Gnats, Black Flies, Punkies and Insects of all kinds. Include a bottle in the Picnic' Basket. 25c. 50c and Hillcrtst :Ladies Express Appreciation The committee ot tile Women's' or- ganization tile relief of widows and orphans of Hillcrest wish to ex- press their appreciation and thanks to the Ladies' Aid societies and all others who rendered valuable help during the time of the recent mine R. Thomas, secretary. Moose Had Fine Picnic. The Jloose picnic at Henderson Lake on Wednesday was a" decided success. The'burlesque Jmcltev-maiM, was the feature, the score being Many "souvenirs" of the fray are in about 1000 nearly, all. Anglo- evidence today. The .refreshment I Americans, gathered here from every booth was "also more or less of a I direction to do honor to the Cana- Music With Meals TAKE LUNCH AND DINNER WHILE LISTENING TO Preisz Select Orchestra AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Cafe :ii N. H. MURRAY, Manager Dining Room. Our new ilenu Prices within the reach of everybody. July. to Brit- ieli watchword at Stirling.on Dominion Day, when feature. Honor Their Teachers dian Hag and. ;.vhat. it stands for. A patriotic 'program was rendered sais-Fioio is The greater Seils-FIoto shows, com- prising about 40 cars, will show in the city on the 28th of July. Haines, the advance mail, was in the city today and arranged the engage- ment. Included in the shows this year, there will ho many new and special attractions, among thorn tlm one and only Bufiaio Bill. The city is charging a license ot J200 if the shows play at Henderson n thc morning, ani lucre: was a fine of Mr. Frame at Hardieville, and ex-' New. Dayton ball teams battled pressed regret at his departure. Hr. j supremacy, there were horse races Frame, who appeared taken by sur- j and numerous 'other sport prise, suitably replied. Several friends j events .that were present. Miss Goodman was also the recipient of a presentation at the same time, Jeannie Dow and Dora Harris, on behalf of the scholars and friends, presenting her with a writing case. Both Mr. Frame and Miss Good- man have done excellent work at the school, anc! not cne scholar or parent can be found in Hardievi'.le who doe: not regret their removal. thc afternoon t-vuiiia uui'j jiiicu tne altcrnoo: and made it.mnKr.. nnjnvame. In th evening there was a splendid iiop. Foremost Train- Service W. A. Budmnan, ALP., has received licient to warrant the imposition of a I a communication from the Board of tax. The witnesses called j commissioners announcing CARD OF THANKS Jas. Shaw wishes to tliank his i th many friends for their kindness and Conybeare appeared for clients on the '-'nier .in.i sympathy shown in their recent sad j same appea'i. The first appeal bereavement. on Tuesday, was disallowed. Brightening Summer Business 10 aero Garden Tract, south of Gaol, clear title. Ditch in. Lawns and gardens can he kept green and vigorous in the hottest weather by. wa- tering them faithfully. By the exercise of intelligence and utilities at hand, man can offset natural tenden- cies. So in the matter of busi- ness: VVhcn there arises a condition which is a men- ace lo and vigor of a weather months, for corrective is inlelftemil en- ergy and the use oV agen- cies which are re- freshers. 'V Every merchant in Mijfs communily may keep His business vigorous Ibis sum- mer by making prepara- lions in advance, and by employing the advertising columns of this newspaper. Prcpiirulion is the secret of success, (let ready now your programme for July and Augusl, make plans for every week. Make every week sparkle with some fresh inducement or altrnc- lion, and advertise, Adver- tise, ADVERTISE. What is ilre use. of devising and doing extraordinary things, if the public whom, you is left in ignorance of all lhal you plan aad do? heard petitions 'were forwad- cd to the Federal member by residents at Foremost and other towns alon the new line asking for better than a twice-a-month service. These were forwarded by Mr. Buchanan to the Board, asking that the -service be made weekly at least, and tlie decision to that effect was tiie result. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved-Iiy oating at tho Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 32 to 2, 25 cents. Pic amf Coffee 10 cents. ShorL orders at all hours, For sidewalks, basement work, wat- er cisterns or Coptic tanks sco Cm-pen- ten Bros., Phono 1418. Thc Place to Spend Your Vacation FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS. Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C., G. and L, Snow, Props, Tne Tourist and-Fishing Resort of the May Call Lethbridge Men Jno. R. Palmer, viio is conducting jthe cage for the miners at the Hill- crest investigation, informed the Her- ald over iliG' long distance telephone last night that it was probable that members of the Lqthbridge rescue corps, ivho did such good work on the day of the disaster, would he called as witnesses. Mr. Palmer wishes (o draw out, if possible, Information that will lead to-some definite conclusion as to the force of the explosion, so that the exact in which U-occurr- ed may bs determined. Young people's Christian Union. The monthly meeting of the execu- tive was held last night in liail, the president, Mr. Marsh, of Hardletfllq, in t.he chair. The mia- iitfis of the nrevicus meeting Vv-ere read by the secretary, Miss E. M. Way, and confirmed. Important cor- respondence 'was presented, renorta on" the recently-Instituted hospital ser- vices, and other matters were submit- ted and temperance reform in. Alber- ta was considered. It was decided to leave the'date of the next meeting in the hands of the president. The meeting was brought to an early close, owing to the fact that several of those present were nxiiectci! at the meeting of the local branch of the Alberta Tom peraricc and Mora? iteform league, which was being held elsewhere. FLYING BOAT MILE A MINUTE Hammondsport, N.Y., July ag over a measured course, America, .he Rodman Wanamakcr trans-Atlan- :ic flying boat, developed today a speed of 60 miles an hour. Thla was attained with motors throttled to 1200 revolutions u minute as against a pos- sible 1300 maximum. The. test1 was made at this Hpecd to offset a lack of 5.300 pounds of lead. CANADA'S LOAN RISES London, July new Dominion of Canada loan has risen to 3-16 pre- mium. Recent Canadian issues are inoted at the following discounts: Nova Scotia. -K. Vancouver Sewer- age 1H, while British Columbia is at the park, and that thc success of tho show there depended on the weather. If there were heavy rains, it would he impossible to draw a crowd on account of tlm-resulting mud, It is pots-hie that the outfit will show across the tracks, as ttiat is consid- ered the most- favorably loca'tica. AVIATION'S DAILY TOLL Rheims, France, Gabriel Godfrey, of the French Army aviation corps, was killed, and Cor- poral EmilG .Miran fatally injured to- day by a fall of 800 feet in n mono- plane, of 'which they had lost control. Are You Slipping? One must go forward or never slands still. If you are feeling a little "out of poor digestion, no energy, etc., yon may depend upon it' something is wrong and it's lime to make a change. Suppose you slop eating rich, indigestible foods that push one buck, and try Yon will find.il a wonderful builder, one lhal will curry you far on Hie Road to Wcllville. The fincsi'whcal and barley, a lilllc yeasl, salt and pure artesian all lhal goes inlo Grape-Nuts. 11 contains-nil the nutriment of Ihe grain, in a partially prc-digesled form. The. flavour is delicately sweet and lhal you will like.' "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts by Grocers'everywhere'. Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Lid., Windsor, Onl, ;