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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta _ FftEC BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Diy Hotel In Albert! LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LBTHMIMB The Dalits Hotel li But and Moit Convtfr lint Kiel to tttf Or, Rusk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Write, for tammies and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton cat obtain rhis food from the following dealers: Taylor Siilllns Elevator Co., Lotibridge, AJta. Taylor Milling i Elevator Co., Nelson, B. C. Alberta :Paciflo Grsia Co., Cal- gary, Alta, Qampbell, Wilson Horne, Letlibridge, AUa. Crown Feed Produce Co., Calgary, Alra. Ellison Milling fc SXevator. Lethbridge, Aha. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Matt- cine Hat, Aita. A, Macdonald fc Co., Lethbridge, Alta. Ogilrie Mlliins Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat; Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Alta. WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. t 610 Eighth Street South. A't -Machinery, Cast Aluminum, Brass, Copper, V Steel, in fact everything made as good by the I Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process J ALL WORK'GUARANTEED OR 5 Give us' a trial. -Don't throw yoiir' broken maclilnery away. We-can repair it at small cost t -._____ R. C. Protect Yourelf Against Loss by Reliable Companies Reasonable Rates R. V. Gibbons Go. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block THE CANADIAN BANE OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D.. D.CJ_ President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manseer JOHN AIRD. Ass't General MmUM V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western.Brancbea CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Canadian Bank of Commerce, by reason of-its large number of branches in every Province of Canada, with direct representation in London, New York- San Francisco, Seaitle, Portland. Ore., Mexico and St. John's, and Correspondents in every part able to offer uttsurpassed'facilities to the public, enabling1 :hcm to obtain money in the simplest wav at point'on their journey the world over. The Cheques and Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining funds Abroad, cspeciallv in'places where tdentincation is difficulL Cheques and Drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in ioarks, lire, kronen, elc-, can be cashed or at reasonable rates. W24 Lethbridge Branch R. t. Brymher, Mgr. Has a Deficit Calgary fair will have a deficit of this year. Hot Weather Eatables and Drinkables IJBBVS-BAM pound.....apo UBRVS HOAST Sl-ced 1101 pcumi 40c PRAV Slued per .........70c SLICED Swift's quality, per Hi. ...40c .OKKA.MRRV Prefh made. Wild or Mngrath, JIONTSEIiAT U.ME eacli....45c 3IONTS13RAT KOSK'S LIMK KKOVAH LEMON Laree each..................'.. 45c 2 baskets for.... .356 WASHINGTON RED 2 baskets CALIFORNIA. PBACHES-rPer dozen CALIFORNIA basket.........7Scj RIPE TOM Gionn. irei ID 26o sizo. baskets for. ,36o IJIPJ3 grown, jrar and 200 HOME GROWN Ills for... ,'.3Sc jwulld .-.......6e Office: THE GOOD CO. Store IU.U71 WEATHER Lethbridge, fair 84 54 Edmonton, fair 68 54 ,01 Calgan, fair 75 10 16 Macleod, clear 84 47 Medicine Hat, fair 90 60 Moose idir 76 56 15 Nelson 86 51 j The throughout the prainej prounces has been mosth fair and j cooler. A few showers have occurred in Eastern Saskatchewan and north- ern Alberta. West: Mastly fair today and on Wednesday; hilt sonic local showers or .thunderstorms. CITY AND DISTRICT Moved to Medicine D. H. Burns of Colllngwood has been appointed manager of the Bank of Montreal at Medicine Hat. Mr. Bradshaw .Returns J. F. Bradshav.% of. Lehi; Utah; is in the .city today, eu route to Caldwell, a.i to his .ranch. Orangemen Going to Calgary Lethbriilge Orangemen will celebrate at Calgary this year. The train will leave Lethbridge at 4.25 a.m. sharp on Saturday, July 11. The celebration is to be held on. the llth this year, as the 12tli falls on Sunday. Sons of England Notice The .regular R.R, degree "meeting will be held on "Wednesday-at 8 clock sharD; in halL AH members are urged to Busi- ness: Election of treasurer, arid re- ceiving report of delegate ttr Grand -edge. Motored to Sweet Grass Mr. Mrs. Joseph- Macdonaid and Miss' Pearl Culbertson of 723 Sixth treet South, motored" to Sweet Grass, lont., for the Fourth of July cefebra- ibn, returning afternoon. They had as their guests Mr.'and'Mrs. Finlev of the Hull'bloct. The -high cost of liv- ing1 Mined by eating; at the Dallas Cafe FUJI Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and 1A Coffee lUC Short Orders at all hours -Arbitration Case Finding In the arbitration case between the Southern Alberta Land Co. and two the Rosemead district over jthe right-of-way for a canal, the de- j cision of the arbitars has been handed down. E. Y. Browning was given a i majority award of S2600, the same 'amount as he was offered by the corn- Ipany, Angus Brings was offered I but was awarded by the board arbiters, which consisted of Messrs H.' J. H. Ekeith, 'R. V. Gibbons and j Judge Jackson. This was a unani- moiis decision. Shepherd, Dun lop Rice appeared for the farmers, and JLaldlaw, B'ianchard Rand of Medl- i cine Hat for the company. The pro- j ceedings were held on the ground. Jsi! Prisoners- Escape: 'Two the Provincial jail escaped from custody this afternoon, but were cppturediagain in short, .or- der. The Herald could uot 'learn the names of the men'from the authorities jnor what sentences they-were serving. Their freedom .was only monetary, but they will be. brought up in police court on a charge.of jail breaking. Not Senator's Nephew George B.'.ilacKay, son of Senator MacKay, in speaking of oil and de- velopment "work in the south, strongly jand unhesitatingly denied the report 'published in Calgary and in the I-Ier- (ald, that J..C. MacKay of Winnipeg. svho purchased large tracts of oil i leases in the Coutts field, was a nephew of Senator Mac-Kay's, or in any way connected with the family. Mr. .MacKay doubts very much if there is a dollar of Montreal'capital invested in oil, as the latest reports he had from there state that the oil fever is not in the incipient stages as yet. WEDNESDAY EMPRESS "Her Ladyship" We specialize in Oil Leases Engineers' Reports Furnished 'Houses LoK'eut, Money to Loan MlJLllhRN I ANf- r Jt will coat you only a day, a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B, C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS Personal Mention C. 11. Richardson, Milk River farm- er, is registered at the Dallas. James Blair of Granum is in the city for the fair. E. N. Barker and H. Dalziel of Card- stou came in from the south this morning. Mr. Barker is one of the poultry judges at the fair. R. A. Wallace, ox-M.P.P., of High River, is one of the northern visitors at the fair. George-Lane, Calgary stockman and owner of Bonnie Bell, is registered at the Lethhridge. ,1, C. Drewry of Glenview Ranch, Cowlev, one of the. most consistent of Leihbriilye 'fair exhibitors, regis- tered at the. Alexandra. ..I. W. Evans of Magralh is a fair visitor. C. p. McQueen, Calgary realty brok- er, who has large interests'here, Is at tlie Alexandra. Jos. Shackleton of Edmonton, poul- try fancier, Is a fair visitor, register- ed at the Alexandra. C. E. Preston, farmer, Milk River, Is a fair visitor from the south. W, N. Merriam of Lucky Strike, one of the leading farmers of that district, Is in the city for the fair. Gep. H. lliittpn of La combe Experi- mental Farm, and one of the -judges at the fair, ia registered at the Alex- andra ]j. H. Losfty, Winnlfrecl, Is a South- cm Alberta exhibitor at the fair. Baby Dolls Guaranteed Abfeojlitteiy TVe just a shipment of these Dolls which are made in Canada, and of a new material that is unbreakable, yet quite light Foi ThisJeek Only these will be on sate at very low. frcm 25c to The Red Cross Drug Limited Phan. Ill ThM Thermos Bottles No longer a luxury, but a'neces- sityi for: Trips, Picnics, Outings of all Kinds. THERMOS BOTTLES Fillers (Quarts Pints) Fbbd Jars, Lunch Kits, Carrying Cases, Carafes. ..We various repair parts for these in stock. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Offics. before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Cit> League footbal match at Ath letic grounds this evening-. Great exhibition of jumpers in front of grand stand at fair grounds this evening. Pafldy, .owned by iF, C. and the Recreation -Stable's string of eight wiH put up the exhibi- tion, A-joint installation of officers will be held-by the Independent Order of Oddfellows on Friday evening, July 10, at 8.30 p.m. in the Oddfellows' hall. All'.Oddfellows in the city are cordial- ly invited to attend, and have the priv- ilege' of -ittvitins any friends, ladies or gentlemen. Thos. R. Davidson, D.D. be installing officer. There will be a musical programme, and re- freshments 'will be served. CITY AND DISTRICT Convene at Edmonton The Provincial convention of the churches ,of Christ in Alberta will be held at Edmonton, commencing July 10. Visiting Oil Country Mr. Jay W, Oweofi of the Klrkbam block is spending his vacation in the Sweet Grass hills Appointed Sheriff Dr. A. E. Vrooman; of Lindsay, OnL, ex-Jf.P.P. for West Victoria, and bro- ther of the" late G. L. Vrooman, of this city, has been appointed sheriff of Alc- toria county, .Ont. WHOLESALE AND OF TIM CHEMISTS OPUCCI5I5 BUSINESS LOCALS The'high cost of living solved by rating 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 Peptic tanks sec Carpen- ter Bros., Phone HIS. Good Meals Served right at moderate prices 25c up Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Hook Store Kifth Street South. Baptismal Service Baptismal service of the. Christian, church will be Jield in the First .Bap- tist church this evening at 8.30. To- morrow Rev. Grant K. Lewis, secre- tary of the Home Mission Board of. the -hrifittan. church will deliver an ad- dress in the church, corner of Eighth street and Third avenue. All inter- ested are urgently invited. Steamship Arrivals C.P.H. Agent S. B. Mitchell reports lie following: The White Star liner Canada was reported due at Quebec on Sunday morning; at Montreal this morning. Western passengers should reach at 3.50 on Thurs- day morning. The Allan liner Corinthian passen- gers should reach Lethhridge on July The Donaldson liuer Letitia was re- ported due at' Montreal this morning. Paser.gers sh'ould reach Lethbridge on Thursday at li.50 a.m. The Allan liner Ionian was reported due at Quebec this morning. Western passengers arc due here July 11. The Allan liner Scandinavian was due at Montreal this morning. Pas- sengers arrive in Lethbridge on July 10. Farmers now attending the Leth- bridge fair should not fall to have a good look at the Shorlhorn exhibit be- longing to Clmiles Yule of Calgary: Mr. Yule is a graduate of the Ontario Agricultural College, and is a breeder of long experience. He commenced ranching in Alberta only a short time ago, and has made wonderful progress with fr.vcritc )reed is tilt Shorf.shorn, ami he has al- rjy, lalsiul sonic of the best tyitc-s of "dual-purpose" ca'tl.; in the west. A real dUEj-purpose, or snima'i is a rarity. think they have A look' [at this iwra vill fact. Mr. JYiile has 'tli'tf real Tho heifers tare'strong milUert and tho steers Thcs HtocU Trince, was the grand cliaiu-jion l-ull at Canary, and In'et year tho winner of firsts all over Canada, Including Toront-o. anininl was Hired hy Prince Bdld at.Chlcagn for The yearling bull, Ouk niuff Honff, was firHt flt Calgary, nnri looks as 'Ubioucli ,hc would oulstrlu his father, Cl ean an d p ure Tho inner part of the berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under tile careful vigilance of most competent millers. That's It" GOOD MEALS FOR Fair Visitors AT Moderate Prices AT THE International Cafe 5th Street South Try bur own pure, rich, delicious Ice Cream Pairymen 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 Blk. Preisz Select Orchestra AT Lethbridge Hotel Cafe Daily at Lunch and Dinner v Menu Prices within the reach of everybody. j Missies Prince, for show'-.VjuajilWiF. The Royal Oiiyx, class by hiimielf, and ilustrates ,to ner- fection the best tyiie of dairy short-' .ihorn.'1 T.hls.huU was .tho .cliamnion .In his-class at Calgary. r AmonK the fehi.ftfus in the herd ia Ruby 39th, a'thres-yoar-old, first at She in a wnndorful apGclnien 'of the lyjiical Scotch cow, imrt her Bet ia llktily jo make ovcryHiing clae ait up and take IK at pre- Bent in trJf lo tiic- Grajul Otiamplon of Canada, Ofiinslord .MarqulK. There are fourteen horul In the herd, and nil arc beautiful Parker Shows Tonight Admission to grounds. FREE' j Alter ;