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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS-TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Day Hot.l In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LBTHINIMI The JUtel U Beit and Molt ConrtH- Knt Or, Rusk's GJiick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKt Wlrite for eaniploi and bo convinced.. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton ear. obtain this food from the following Taylor Milling fc Elevator Lethbridge. .4Jta. Baylor Milling Elevator Co., NeUon, B. C. Alberta Pacing Grain Co., Cal- eary, Alti. Campbell, Wilson Lethbridge, Alta. A Home, Crown Feed Alta. Produce Co., Ellison "Milling Bierator Lethbridge, Alta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Aita. A. MaodonaU t Co., Letfcbridja, Alta. OgilTis Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta, Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Hot Weather Eatables and Drinkables LIBBY'S HAM per LIBBY'S RCMST per PRAY BENTOS ShVed per. pound....................... 70c SLICED Swift's Premium, finest quality, ,-.40c ORBAJIBBV- Freeh made, ier MasraUi, tb.'.SOc MONTSERAT- M-ME each....46o .MONTSERAT LIME Quarts, each..'.85c ROSE'S LIMB each..........45c KKOVAIT LEMON Large size, .35c C.'l, 2 'baskeis for. WASHINGTON UED 3 Baskets CALIFORNIA dozen :.......35c CALIFORNIA basket .........76c RIPE size, 2 baskets grown, per ;.'.30c .15c and 20o HOME-GROWN Ibs FRESH pound ........6c Office: THE GfiQD CO Store: l-lll-i. VxV-r. pi Nione mi HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER ilax. 71 72 74 Plan to have your photo taken when at the Fair Our pictures are truthful, yet pleasing All our portraits are high class, but not necessarily high priced TISE 906 Third Avenue THE PHOTOGRAPHER Beside Baptist Church Lethbridge, Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, cloudy---- Medicine Hat, clear Macleod, clear 77 Rea Deer, e'oudy.. 66 Prince Albert, cloudy. 84 SI Moose Jaw, cloudy 82 Brandon, cloudy.. S3 Portage, clear.. 95 Winnipeg, fair.. 04 Cypress River, cloudy. 91 Nelson........... 78 .The weather throughout Manitoba and and southern Saskatche- wan has heen decidedly warm, but in northern" Saskatchewan and in Al- berta, it has heen cooler. Rain has fallen generally in' Manitoba and Al- berta. Forecast Manitoba Clearing and cooler. Tuesday: Fair and comparatively cool. Saskatchewan and and cooj today, and on Tuesday. Jlin. 47 .04 50 50 .98 54 47 1.00 54 .31 56 50 53 57 .14 63 .15 6S .12 60 1.00 68 CITY AND DISTKICT Touring the South Mr. A. jl. Fisher left today on a business trip to several towns in Southern Alberta. Visiting Calgary J. Lloyd, manager Pro- ducts, is a business visitor, in Calgary ;oday. On a Buying Trip E. J.. Eehliefer, manager of the Royal store, left this afternoon on a buying trip to Montreal, Toronto arid 'e'w York. Preisz Select Orchestra 'AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Cafe Daily at Lunch and Dinner Our new Menu Prices within the reach of everybody. Calgary Oil Men at Coutts A party of Calgary oil men and geol- ists 'went south, on Saturday morn- ng to inspect the Coutts-Sweet Grass il fields along tbe International .mong them were Dr. .Gustav Gross- man, an eminent geologist; L. S. Kem- .her, E. H. McGuire, R. V. Lindsay, J. j. Manwaring, A. C. Baalinor and E. P. Howard, of tlie Segur interests. Accident at Magrath Owen, the seven-year-old son of Raymond Knight of Raymond, was the victim of a painful and serious ac- jcident on his grandmother's farm near Magrath, and is now in the Gait hos- liital here. Owen was playing in a meadow where a mower, was at work, and in chasing a colt collided with the cutting bar of the machine before the driver could stop it. His ankle was badly cut by the sickle knife, and it will be some time before he will be out again, althougtphis ultimate com- plete'recovery is looked for. Baby Dolls Guaranteed Absolutely Unbreakable TVe just received, a shipment 5 of these Dolls which -are. made in Canada, ami of a new material that is unbreakable, yet quite light. This Week Only these, will" be on sale at very low from 25c tp The Red Cross Drug Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should rsaeh this, Office betore 12 o'clock noon, on the, day of publication Bowling on the green this, evening. All ho'wlers are requested to be 'on hand. Court Star A.O.F. will hold an im- portant meeting in the .I.O.O.P. hall tonight Members are requested to be on time. Refrigerating Plant Here The refrigerating machinery for the Delariy plant, arrived in the city this Discount Date Extended Tlie day of discount on the 1014 taxes, has been extended from July 31 to August 15. The high cost of living- solved by eating at the Dallas Vags.: Ten Days Each Eight vagrants arid suspicious looking characters -were given ten days eacli in the barracks this morning by Magistrate Elton. This will assure peace so far as are concerned over the fair. from Europe W. B. Mitford, of MItford Co., 12 to 2 25c Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders liours at all turned from Europe, where he has, J been for four months on a business trip. He says English capital is watching Alberta's oil development very closely. Garden Tract 10.acre Garden Tract, south ot Gaol, clear title. Ditch in. to Kent, Money to Loan ;.EY M' LrtflfN WEDNESDAY EMPRESS "Her Ladyship" It cost 32.00 a day, a spend your vacation ;U Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS More Money for Land Co. Another order-m-council has been passed relating to the decision of the government reached some time ago to refund to the Southern Alberta Land Co. for a time the sum of paid by that company to tlie government for acres of land in Alberta. Vvhen this decision was reached, it 'was announced that tbe refund 'was made in order to provide the company with sufficient capital to complete its undertaking. It appears now that an additional would be required to bring acres under irrigation. The new order-in-council authorizes the company to raise this amount, which is to be deposited in a charter- ed bank, the sum, as well as the 573 to be refunded by the government, to be spent on the completion of the works. Were Pleased With Band The Lethbridge hand !s back from the Calgary fair. The boys made a b'is hit while there. F. E. Simpson, sit one i'.ir.s associated Tvita the Her- ald, says the band acquitted niagnificent'iy during tbe exhibition, and that Lethbridge ought to be proud of its musicians. During the tattoo on Friday evening, Bandmaster Cline 'was selected to direct tho mass- ed bands: the Winnipeg city' band, two Calgary bands and the Leth- bridge band, and he was highly'com- mended for his work. The band Is en- gaged for tlie Calgary fair ne-xt year, and may go to Winnipeg fair, too. On the way home from Calgary, last night, the band gaye a concert atj Maclcod, taklng'tip a collection for tho Hlllcroflt widows' and orphans, Some- thing over wns realized, and' tills 'will be handed in to the. Herald Ilelief fund, Thermos Bottles No longer a luxury, but -a neces- sity for: Motor Trips, Picnics, Outings of all Kinds. THERMOS BOTTLES Fillers (Quarts Pints) Food Jars, Lunch Kits, Carrying Cases, Carafes. "We carry the various repair parts for these in stock. A joint Installation of officers will be held by the Independent Order of Oddfellows on. Friday evening, July 10, at S.30 p.m. in the Oddfellows' liall. All union men, especially miners, are requested to-turn out to a biff meeting in the Labor Temple tonight to complete arrangements for Tag aid of the Hillcrest widows and orphans CITY AND DISTKICT Ahlbulance' Class to Meet Tomorow night at S o'clock in the Bailey, street school the Lethbridge citizens; class of St. John's ambu- lance will meet. ALHEKTAS PIONEEB DRUGGISTS J.D.HlGVMBOTHAM flCo. LIMITED WHOUESAtC AMD RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGIST5 BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost ,'of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 2, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. For sidewalks, basement work, wat- er cisterns or ceptic tanks see Carpen- ter Phone 1418. Good Meals Served right at moderate prices 25c up Commercial Oyster and Chop House 'Boafdc HobfirtsouV Book Storo Fifth Sireet South. California Geologist Here W. .0. a geologist from Coalinga, accompanied by C. 0. Fowler of Calgary and.Jay Rei'd of Lethbridgc, to the. Sweat Grass oil fields on Friday to look over some holdings Submit'Deficiency Bylaw Again: Tbe deficiency bylaw, out of ivhici the burgesses picked one item amount- to and passed, "will be sub- mitted again, just as it can be advertised. The council passed a re- solution to this effect this morning. The bylaw is for to meet the discounts on debentures already is- sued. The Mayor' said'this morning tbat he was confident the burgesses did not know what they doing I when they voted it down, as it repre- sents an honorable debt, incurred by past councils. Police Court Joe Andro and Mike Peronleo ap- peared before Magistrate Elton in police court Saturday charged by C. P.R.'Constable Robinson with having no visible means of support, and witli sleeping at the C.P.R. station here. Andro said he and bis partner were not broke, and his statement was proven true by a look at the police slate. His worldly gazetted by the police consisted of a knife, a can of pork and' beans, a pocketbook, a can of tobacco, a letter and The partner had Magistrate Elton, upon being informed by tlie accused that they were gave-them a pass out of town. W. Boulton admitted that his horses bad been roaming at large, and was fined ?l.OO George Millas- let his poultry graze on Iiis neighbor's and in addi- tion iu -buiiijr subjected to a penalty of and costs, suffers the tem- porary logs of his livestock, as they were all impounded by the neighbor in the neighbors barn. M. McMahou 'appeared on a sum- mons to answer to a charge of violat- ing tbe Motor Vehicle Act, in that be drove car at night without lights. Mr. McMahon was proceeding down the street to the rear, of an arm of the law, who was mounted on a bi- cycle. Upion being overtaken, the policeman took tho number of the car and the summons resulted. Mr. Mc- Mahon said he .could see tlie police- man a block ahead, 'and that It wits not dark. Nobody In court could anewer the magistrate's question as to when the sun set, but a heavy sentence was nearly imposed when a voice said 0.30. The case was dis- missed, but the magistrate pointed out that lights must be in evidence one hour after sunset. It being July Mr. McMahon was gives the bene- fit of .the doubt. The Cosman case, which has been in session for sonic days, occupied the remainder of the time. GOOD MEALS FOR Fair Visitors AT Moderate Prices AT THE International Cafe 5th Street South Try our own pure, rich, delicious Ice Cream Dairymen If you are short of pasture let us ship you a car of Alfalfa. Price f.o.b. Lethbridge Farm Products Limited Phone 1017; Res. 365 Lethbridge Hotel Bit. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and1 Mrs. 'A. Hood wish lo ex- caa their thnnka towards the Odd- foHoWK and Orangemen of. Lha Mont Pass for their Kindness jiud..sym- pathy shown in Bad boroaveincnt In tho loss or their son, John II. Hood, 1 H1110 IT .wjjw.vwv.. ,_-.. following Is the. list the win- 2. W.lard. Weeks. Sunday School Picnic The Sunday school of St. Paul's First Lutheran church on Wednesday spent the afternoon on the river toot- torn, Indulging in sports of all sorts, and a general good time was reported. The ners in the different events: Boys under Arthur Alirens. Boys from Erwin Lauch- cnbauin; .2, Carl Grant. Single men Brwin Lauchon- haum; 2, Eihbr Nelson. Single iiien's three-legged R. fljbrkblad'e and J. Anderson. YqunE M.lss Ii, Drysdale; Miss .C. Ladies' egg A. Djorkblnde; -2, Mrs. P. Hanson. Whaolbarrow iilss blade and B. Guldseth. Running high J. Anderson. 'Girls under A'hrens. Boys under Wlllard We'eksi Carriage Martha. Grant; Married Mrs. P. HansCn: 2, Mrs. Laiichenbaum. Married Mr. Cross; 2, Grant. "Her Ladyship" With Gertrude Coghlan EMPRESS WEDNESDAY The Southern Alberta Welding Co; 610 Eighth Street South.._ :MI broken Machinery, Cast Iron, Brass, Copper, Steol, in fact'everything made as good as new hy the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL OR MONEY REFUNDED a trial. Don't throw your broken Tnaciiiuoiy' Wo can rcpa.ii1 it'at small cost. B.C. ,1 ;