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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Haiti In tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel Ij the Beit >nd Moil Convw- to A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG Write for samples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Ton cat ottain this-food from following dealers: Taylor Hilling Elevator Co., Lethbrid-e, Alta. Milling Elevator Nelion, B.-C. Alberta Grain Co., Cal- vary, Alia. Campbell. Wilson Home, Letiibridge, Alia. "Crown Feed Produce Go, Calgary, Alra. Ellison Milling- 4 Elevator Co., (Lethbridge, Alia. Hat Milling Co., vcirie Hat, AiU. 'Al.Macdonald Co., Letiibridge, .Alta. Ogtlrie Milling-Co., Ltd., Me41- .cine-Hit, Alto., Robin Hood Hills, Calgary, Hot Weather Eatables and Drinkables UnHY'S Sliced jior UBItY'B HQAST Sliced per pound.. .40c FRAY BK.NTOS Sliced iper pound.......................70c SUCKD Swift's Premium, fmost quality, per lb....40c CRB.AJ1BRY Fresh made. Wild Hose or Miigrath, lti..30c .MOXTSBKAT Ll.MH MONTSKHAT LIME Quarts. each...85c ROSE'S LI.MB each..........45c KKOVAH LEMON' Large size, each ........................45c c.'s. per basket.......15c' WASHINGTON" BED. 2'baskets-for ..35c CALIFORNIA dozen ........35c CALIFORNIA basket R'ED basket..............15C size. 2 baskets for..35c RIPE grown, per and 20c HOME GROWN Ibs for.....35o FUE3II pound ........6c Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES f hone 525 WEATHER Registration pf Births Notice is hereby-given to others lhat the Registration of all Births in'the Gity of Lcthbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from elate of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C. B.BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear. Calgary, fair .Medicine Hat. fair Macleod, clear. Red Deer, clear Prince Albert, fair Saskatoon, fair Swift Current, fair I Moose Jaw, clear. [Regina, clear. j Brandon, clear. j Portage, clear. Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear Nelson 02 SS 91 SO S? 87 54 SS S7 S3 SS SS 70 85 Miu. 58 54 1.20 50 OS 61 51 60 6r> 04 G7 56 50 53 your Our pictures are truthful, yet pleasing All our portraits are high .class, but not necessarily T high priced 906 Third Avenue THE PHOTOGRAPHER Beside Baptist Church Fine snd very ivarm weather has been general throughout the prairie provinces. A heavy rainfall is report- ed at Edmonton. Forecast and very warm to- day: local thunderstorms tonight and on Sunday Saskatchewan and thunderstorms, but mostly fine today and on Sunday; becoming cooler. CITY AND DISTKICT Teachers Retire Miss Nelson and Miss Fair have re- signed from the Carmangay public school staff. Goes to Brandon Jas. N. McLean MiUij-sold his imple- ment business at Carmangay to H. L. McDonald.. Mr. McLean wili go into biibiness at Brandon." 3 Cakes of PALM OLIVE SOAP FREE err purchase of a oOc JAR.'OF'FPALM OLIVE CREAM or bottle of PALM OLIVE SHAMPOO We will give you three cakes of the Palm Olive Soap This special-and attractive offer is ouly on for a few days, so call or phone your order at once. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Lutheran Services German service will be held at the parsonage, 710 Sixteenth >treet North, on Sunday', July 5, at 11 a.m. Rov. H. J. Elling, the-local minister of tile Mo. Synod, .will deliver the ser- mon. All German people are iuvited to attend. the liigh cost of livr iiig solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner froni 12 to 2 rie and Coffee Short Orders nt all hours Garden Tract 10 acre Garden Tract, south of Gaol, clear title. Ditoli In. The Red'Corner LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF CHINA IN THE CITY Do not try to iiiet the .spots out of your clothes' yourself. You- will probably them worse. Sc3icl them to the Valet, iiud you will, get iliom Imuk iijrain spotless. Surveying Water Areas Taber A party of Alberta government engineers Is camped in the vicinity of. Taber at present, en- gaged in the 'ivork of surveying the water areas of the province. The party is working east of Taber at present, and will work as far west as j Lethbridge, other parties working in {various portions of the province: It is understood to be the intention to is- i sue a new map of the Alberta water Ureas when this work has been com- pleted. Kansas Cattle King Here Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Myers of Kan- sas arrived in the city yesterday to visit their niece, Mrs. Jay Owens. Mr. Myers enjoys the distinction of being the cattle king of Kansas. He j is an old timer in tile west, and went i to the cyclone state when the'grax.ins was good, and there were no fences. I Mr. Myers is the owner of several sec- tions of cultivated land near Ilegina. This is his first visit to Lethbridgo and be highly praises the beauty and thrift 'of the city. Macleod U. F. A. Picnic The picnic in connection with the U. F. A. will be held on Wednesday, July S, ai 1.311. This is a united effort with all the local unions. W. Turner, J. McLean and .T. Harraer are the committee of arrangements. The speakers are to be Dr. Warnock, M.P., Hon. Chas. Stewart, U. E. Patterson, M.P.P., and Mr. Carswcll, vice-presi- dent L'. F. A. The South Macleod brass band will be in attendance. Sports ami games will be indulged in and a good time assured to all'who come. No longer a'luxury, but-a neces- sity for: Motor Trips, Picnics, Outings of all Kinds. .THERMOS BOTTLES Fillers (Quarts Food Jars, Lunch Kits, Carrying Cases, Carafes.' We carry iii parts for these Pints) various repair i stock. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this 'Column' should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication "A.meeting of the Aquatic club will be held on Monday at eight o clock at the boat house Urgent meeting tonight oE Trades and -Labor Council to. consider Hill crest -Relief. Delegates from- all ions, miners, are re- quested to be prsent CITY AND DISTRICT ;Men's Own Open Session. The monthly open .session, of the Men's Own trill be held in -Westmin- ster church, tomorrow, Sunday, at 4 p. m.t when. "aH the ladies are given a hearty invitation. Rev. G. W. Coh- Medick, IU.A., B.D., will give tile ad- dress; subject, "Money or -Men." Ev- ery man and woman should be inter- ested in Jir. Cobbledick's subject. Special singing by the .Male Quartette kindly arranged by Mr. Owen; Fif- teen, minutes! discussion on the ad" dress. -Monthly collection .will be tak- body welcome. ttendance. Collected Tin Cans Taber Times: Nearly cans of every- size, shape, form and descrin- :ion, riot- to speak of the label, have n cteaned up in-the town during the past few days by the tin can bri- ;ade; in. other yrotds, the children j who agreed to do this work for a re- muneration. As a result Dr. Ham- man, niedical health officer, will have to pay out nearly which is at the rate of ,10 cents per hundred cans, for work done by the children. This amount 'will be paid by tho town through the health board. Some of the children collected as many, as j 2700 cans apiece. Delegates Return Home Triumphant E. -Faimch, V. Pearson, delegates from the local lodge, and F. T. Robins, I Grand President, returned last night from Edmonton, where they were at- tending the Grand Lodge of Alberta-oft j the Sons of England. The sessions were a great success, every lodge in the province being reprusentd with tlieir full number of delegates. After the first year's working of this Grand Lodge, everything was found to be working admirably, botli financially and numerically. The local delegates put up a great fight for the JEitii con- vevntion, beating out the combined forces of Medicine Hat and Red Deer. P. T. 'Robins and R. D. Gale, of Cal- gary, grand secretary, were elected j delegates to the Supreme Lodge, 'which convnes in Windsor, Out., in August. The high cost of living solved by eating :it the Dallas Cafe, pinner from 12 to 2, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. For sidewalks, basement work, wat- er cisterns or ccptic tanks see Carpen- ter Bros., Phone 1418. Canal Model Attracts Crowds The operating model of the Panama canal now being shown at the Hud- son's Hay store, attracted a large R; number yesterday. It is a geographi- jjcally correct reproduction in minia- ture of the Canal Zone and the Canal. This miniature fa being exhibited to instruct the people concerning this marvellous engineering project. This' 1 model is an operating i boat is taken tbrnnch frnm ocean to j 'ocean, and tlie mechanism and oper- ation of the are fully- The towns, la.kes, rivers, hills and valleys, the buoys, ranfje lights, lighthouses, fortifications, wireless stations, etc., are shown Iii faithful replica of the Canal and Caiml Xono. No obligation .-Incurred upon .the part of those who visit the model and hear the instructive lectures given ihcrcon. Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCH6RT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Clean and Pure The umbl part of the wheat berry 31 omul, boiled a IK] dressed by the most modem machinery tinder the caiehil of inost competent millers.' Music With Meals TAKE. DINNER WHILE LISTENING Preisz Select Orchestra AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Cafe N. H. MURRAY, Manager Dining Room. Our new Menu Prices within the reach of everybody. Short Notice AUCTION SALE Household Furniture Instructed by the owner, Mr. .T. Tuff, who is 'leaving the city for Vancouver, 1 will sell by Public Auction at 324 llth St.. S.t on MONDAY, JULY 6th commencing at 2.30, the following without, reserve: Three Dressers Two Wash Stands One Writing Desk Centre Tnblos One Sideboard Four Dining Room Chairs One'Pedestal One Eight-Day Clock One Singer Sewing Machine Two Child's -Cot's, Springs and Mattresses .Two Bed Springs Mattresses Brass Lined Eight Window Blinds Four Kitchen Chairs One -Refrigerator One large Arm Chair Six Pillows KigR Pictures One Child's Bath One Sideboard Two Cain Bottom Chairs One Clothes Horse Nine Pairs Curtains One Cushion Two Toilet Sets Four Deiible One Wringer Two Tubs One Doll's Buggy One Baby Carriage One Large Doll Two Fur Co.'it Linings One Long Fur Collar One Fur Muff One Gent's Fur One Cloth Rug Two Carpet Squares One Trunk Number Jars of Pickles Number o[ Odd Groceries Several Carpenter Tools One Horse Collar Christmas Decorations Dishes and Cooking Utensils Ana many other articles too numerous to' mention. GUS TERMS CASH NO RESERVE The Plabe'to Spend Your Vacation FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L. Snow, Props. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kcotenayi Auction Sale Household Furniture AT 1318 THIJID AVENUE NORTH ON Monday, July 6th, 1914 AT li.80 O'CLOCK IN THE I3VBNINO. W. L. WILSON, the One Parlor Suite 1 Centre Table 1 Up-liolKtored Mcrris Cliair 2 Fancy Rockers 1 'Carpel Snuure 1 Sofa 2 Iron Beds Complete. 2 Dressers -and SUnuls 1 Sideboard 1 Extension Tablo 1 Carpet 1 Rcfrfgerator Also one Cow, 5 years old, calved about two months, largo flow of milk, will bo offered id not acid before flic sale, P. to tlie yery hot afternoons this sale will com- mence at (i.30 O'CLOCK IN THE BVENING. s instructed hy Pine to sell 1 1 sot Scales 1 Kitchen Table KKKltebcn Chairs Ab'olit: tiO. feet Garden Dishes 'aiid Kitcfien-...UteiisilB Linoleum One 4-Holo K'uugb ,' Hot Water Connection ,aml Rtiaer'- and Warni'ins'Closet.-. One Cook StovO About HO Chickens. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023, ;