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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD [WHEN IN LF.THBHIDOI The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and 8Ujr Br. RusK's Cliick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG for eaniplet and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You cflc ofctafn this food from tho following dealers: Milling Elevator Co., Ellison Milling iffievator Oe, LelJibndse, Alut. Lethbrldge, Alia. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Medicine Hat Milling' Co., Nelson, B. C. Hat. Alta. Alberta Paclflc Grain Co., Cat Magdonald fc Co., Lathbridge, Earr, Alta. AIta_ MilUns Co., Ltd., cine Hat, Alta. Crov.-n Feed Produce Co.. Calgary, Ala. Robin Hood Mills.'Calgary, Altt. Hot Weather Eatables and Drinkables LIBBY'S HAM Sliced per pound...-.'.30c LIBBY'S ROAST per pound., .Iflc FRAY BKNTOS Sliced pound .70c SLICED Swift's Preuutnu, finest quality, per Ib... .40c CREAMERY Fresh made. Wild Rose or 5Ingratli.-Ib, ;30c MONTSERAT- LIME each... ..45c MONTSERAT LIME eacn ssc ROSE'S LIME each..... .'....450 KKOVAII LEMON Large size, ,45c .35c baskets for... WASHINGTON. 2 baskets for..... CALIFORNIA dozen CALIFORNIA basket Grown, nor. size, 2 baskets for 'RIPE" grown, por lb.. ............15c and 20c HTOIE GROWN fta for.....35o FRESH pound ........6c 35c 35c 7Sc' 25o 35c 30c ni_ n-71 Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ra roe Phone 52S WEATHEK WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. AH broken Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, S.ieeJ, in fact-every made as'gcod as.'hew by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL. WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY 'REFUNDED Give us a trial. Don't throw your broken machinery away. We can repair it at small cost; R..C. Protect Yourself Against Loss by Reliable companies Reasonable Rates R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Bal.noral Block THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, D.CX, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, Genera! Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass'l General .V. C. Superintendent of Central Western Branches Lethbridge, fair 84 54 Edmonton, fair............ 68 5-i .04 Calgary, fair 75 -10 .16 Macleod, clear 84 .47 Medicine Hut, fair......... 90 60 Moose Jaw, .76 5G .15 Kelson SG 54 The weather throughput the prairie provinces has been mostly Tair and j cooler. A few showers have occurred in.Eastern Saskatchewan and north- ern Alberta. West: Mast-ly fair today and on but some local showers or thunderstorms. CITY AND DISTEICT Moved to Medicine Hat D. H. Burns of Collingwood has been appointed manager of the Bank of Montreal at-Medicine Hat Mr. Bradshaw Returns J..P. Bradshaw, of Lehi, Utah, is in the city today, en route to Caldwell, Alta., to his rauch. Orangemen Going'to Calgary Leihbridge Orangemen will celebrate at Calgary this year. The train will leave Lethbridge at 4.25 a.m. sharp on It. 'The celebration is to be held on the II th this year, as the 12th falls _ on Sunday. Sons of England Notice The regular R.K. degree meeting ill be he'ld on Wednesday at 8" o'- clock sbarb, in the S.O.E. hall. .All members are urged to attend. Busi- ness: Election of treasurer, and re- ceiving report of delegate to Grand Lodge. Motored to Sweet Grass Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Macdonald and Miss Pearl Culbertson.of-723 Sixth street South, motored to Sweet Grass, Mont, for tbe Fourth of July 'celebra- tion, returning Sunday afternoon. They had as their guests Mr.-and'Mrs. D. Piuley of the Hull block. CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Canadian Bank of Commerce, by reason of its large number of branches in every Province of Canada, iviih direct representation in London, Eng-., Xcw York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland. Ore., Mexico and St. John's, with Ag-ents and Correspondents in everv part of the world, is able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the'travelling public, enabling- them to obtain money In the simplest way at any point .on their journey the world over. The Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining fundi abroad, especially in places where identification is difficult Cheques and Drafts on all the countries of the world, drawn in .sterling', franca, BVirks, lire, kronen, etr., can be cashed or purchased at reasonable rates, Lethbridge Branch R, T. Brymner, .Igr, Has a Deficit Calgary fair will have a deficit this year. The high cost of liv- ing- solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and 1A Coffee IDC Short Orders at all hours ArbitrationnCase Finding In the arbitration case between the Southern Alberta Land Co. and two farmers in the Rosemead district over the right-of-way for a canal, the de- jcision of the arbiters has been handed {down. E. Y. Browning was given a I majority award of S2600, the same amount aa he was offered by Lite com- pany. Angus Briggs was offered but was awarded S1000 by the board of arbiters, which consisted of Messrs. 'II. J. H. Skelth, H. V. Gibbons and Jackson. This was a unani- j mous decision. Shepherd, Ounlop i Rice appeared for the farmers, and JLaldlaw, Kanchartf Rand of Medi- cine Hat for the company. The pro- eeedings were held on the ground. Jail Prisoners Escape: Caught Two prisoners at the Provincial jail escaped from custody this afternoon, but were captured again in short or- der. The Herald could not leara the names of the men from the authorities nor 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 ISlcphew George B. JIacKay, son of Senator MacKay, in speaking of oil and de- velopment in the south, strongly iand unhesitatingly denied the report published in Calgary and in, the Her- si'jd, that J. C. MacKay of Winnipeg, purchased large tracts oil leases in the Coutts field, was a nephew of Senator MacKay'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 Money to Loan DOW5CBV It will cost you only ?2.00 a day, 312.00 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 Persons! Mention C. M.- 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- ston came in from the south this morning. Mr. Barker is one of the poultry judges at the fair. R. A. Wallace, ex-M.P.P., of High River, is one of the northern visitors at the fair. George Lane, Calgary stockman and owner of Bonnie Bell, ia registered at the Lethhrldgft. J. C. Drewry of Glenview Ranch, Cowley, one of tho moat consistent of Lethbrfdge fair cvliibH.ors, is regis- tered at the Alexandra. .1. Evana of Magrath is a fair visitor. C. P. McQueen, Calvary realty brok- er, who has large interests here, !s at the Aloxar.dra. .Jos. Shack let on of Edmonton, poul- try fancier, is a Tair visitor, register- ed at the Alexandra. C. E. Preston, farmer, Milk River, is n fair visitor frorr the sriiith. j N'. Merriam of Lucky Strike, one I of the leading farmers of that-district, is in tbe city for the fair. Gco. H. Hutton of Lacombe Experi- mental Farm, and one of tho judges at the fair, is registered at the Alex- andra, L. is. LoHey, Winnifrcii, is a South- ern Alberta exhibitor at tho fair. Baby Dolls Guaranteed Absolutely Unbreakable We have just received a shipment of --these Dolls which are made in Canada, and of a -material that is unbreakable, yet quite For This Week Only these Trill be on sale at very low from 25c to The Redness Drug ook Co., Limited Phnn. ill Aitk Thermos Bottles No longer a luxury, but a neces- sity for: r Motor Trips, Picnics, Outings of all Kinds, THERMOS BOTTLES Fillers (Quarts Pints) Food Jars, Lunch Kits, Carrying Cases, Carafes. We carry die various repair parts for these in stock. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column, should; reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication City Leogua .footbal match at 'Ath- letic grounds this evening. Great exhibition of jumpers in front of grand stand at. fair grounds this Paddy, owned by iFV C. Lowes, and th6 Recreation Stable's string of eight will put-up the eshibi- A-Joint installation of officers will be held by the Independent Order of Oddfellows on Friday evening, July 10, at p.m. in the Oddfellows' hall. All -Oddfelloivs in the city are cordial- ly-invited to attend, and have the priv- ilege of inviting any friends, ladies o; gentlemen. Thos. R. Davidson, D.D. G.M., will be installing- officer.. There will be a musical re- freshments trill 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. Owens of the Kirkham block is spending his vacation in the Sweet Grass hills. BUSINESS LOCALS The high coat of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 2. -J5 cents. Pie ana 'Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. For sidewalks, basement work, wat- er cisterns or ceptic tanks see Carpen- ter Bros., Phone 14] S. Appointed Sheriff Dr. A. E, Vropman, of Lindsay, Out. ex-M.P.P. for West Victoria, and bro- ther of the lute G. L. 1 or tnis city, Ijas been appointed sheriff of Vic- toria county, OnL Baptismal Service Baptismal service of the Christian church will be held in the First Bap- tist -church this evening at S.30. To- morrow Rev. Grunt K. Lewis, secre- tary of the Home Mission Board of the Christian church will deliver aa ad- dress in the church, corner of Eighth street and Third avenue. AH inter- ested are urgently invited. Steamship Arrivals C.KU. Agent S. B. Mitchell reports the following: The White Star liner Canada was reported due at Quebec on Sunday morning; at Montreal this morning. Western passengers should reach Lethbridge at 3.50 on Thurs- day morning. -The Allan liner Corinthian passen- rers should reach Lethbridge on July V. The Donaldson liner LetUia was re- ported due at Montreal this morning. Pasengers should reach Lethbridge on Thursday at 3.50 a.m. The Allan liner Ionian was reported due at Quebec this morning. Western passengers are due here July 11. The Allan liner Scandinavian was due at Montreal ihis.-nicrning. Pas- sengers arrive in Lethbridge on July 10. Served right at moderate prices 25c up Commercial Oyster and Chop House ncsido Robertson's. Book Storo Fifth Street South. Farmers, now attending tlie Letli- brldRc fair should not fail to have a i good look at the Shorthorn exhibit be- longing to Charles Yulo of Calgary. Mr. Yule is a graduate of tbe Ontario Agricultural College, and is a breeder of long experience. Jle commenced ranching In Alberta only a short time ago, and baa made wonderful progress with jmn'-brcd catthi. His favorite breed Is the Shortshorn, and he bsl al- Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat horry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern under the en refill -vigilance of most compe tent1 millers. GOOD MEALS FOR Fair Visitors AT Moderate AT THE International Cafe 5th Street South Try oiir 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 Blk. Preisz Select Orchestra :.......AT THE Hotel Cafe Daily at Lunch and Dinner Our now Menu Prices within the reach of everybody. ready rained some the best lyi'cs 1 of "du.il-purporfo" Of.'tli; in the A i real or il.iiry-becf tiiiirnfll I is a rarity. Jinny think they jlmvn mit th-y lisvijn'l. -A lool: Ut this b'jtd vlll tills fact. Mr. j Vule lias Uie'rpal lare strong milkers and the steers make hoof, I T.hc Block hui'i, Missies Prince, vas the grand bull at Calvary, land Inet year the T.'iitrscr of HrstB all over Canada, Including Toronto. This animal was Hired by Prince Imperial, sold at Chicago for Tbe yearling bull, Oak uluff Hanff, was first at Calgary, and 'looks no UiouKh .be would outstrio his father, Missies-Prince, for "sliow Tho dual-purpose bull, Royal Onyx, is .in a1 by and lluslrates to por-. beat type oh dairy short-, jhorn. 'This bull was .the champion in jliiR class.at Cnlgnry. Among the females in the herd Is Ifiiiby first at Rhn is a specimen !of the typical Scotch cow, and her got is likely to malcR everything cJso sit: up and Inke notice, for U at lire- sent in calf to tiifs (Irp.n'il Champion of Canada, Marquis, There are fourteen hoad in Uio herd, and all are beautiful Bpcciiueiiu. Parker Shows All Open Tonight Udmissibn to grounds FKEE After ;