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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BU3 TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In AlbtrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETMlRIOOt The Dallas Hotel the But >nd Mott Conym- Knt (toy DP, Husk's Chick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION .FOR YOUNG Wlite for samples ami be convinced. Made bj Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tou cat oatain tils food from the following dealers! Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Lettbrldge, AJta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelfoa. B. C. Pacific Gram Co., Cal- KIT, Aiu. Wilson fe Home, Letbbridge, AIU. Crown Feed Produce Co., CalpUT, Alta. Ellison. Milling aierator Lethbridge, Alta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. -A. Macdonald Co., Leftbridse, Alta. Ogilvie Milling Co., Ltd., Matt- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Orders for Preserving Raspberries, Black Caps, Cherries, Goose- berries, Red and Black Currants should be placed now We daily shipm-nts of prdcticallv ,ll the above, lines. Next week.will be about the best time to preserve these. WASHINGTON lil2D baskets for B C RFll WAS1I1.VGTON BLACK 2 baskets for WAS 111NGTOX LOGAN H ERR I 2 baskets for............. C. large baskets .35c .156 .35c and .350' laree baskets for WASHINGTON RED Small size, per basket 15o U C RED and BLACK the latter part of ibis week or the beginning of next. CALIFORNIA Cut, price per poiind .06c li C STRAWHERRIES uro almost over. Only a tow coming in now, price 2 baskets for...35c NEW pounds for HOT HOUS1J Iloriio Grown, per STRING Greeii or Golden .Price 2; pounds PHAS IN pounds for................25c pounds for.. .35c PRESERVING Oil-PIE Pries per basket........................150 shipment to arrive Friday or Saturday for pre- serving Price per crate. 2-1 (Order now; they will soon be over.) SPECI-U. on lle'-iilar a dozen. Price per Protect Yourself Against Loss by HAIL Reliable Companies Reasonable Rates -R; V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block Office: Phone.1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS'GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy.. Calgary, fair Medicine Hat, fair Macleon, Red Deer, clear Saskatoon, clear Ilegina, fair..... Moose Jaw, clear.. Brandon, cloudy Portage, clear.. Winnipeg, fair.. Port Arthur, clear---- The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fair and warm. Showers have fallen in: Mani- toba, eastern and northern. Saskat- chewan and north Alberta. Forecast warm, with thunderstorms in many localities. I Thursday, fair and cooler. Saskatchewan and local showers today, but mostly fair; cooler tonight; Thursday, falr and comparatively cool. BE LOST IN 1 Two Parties of Four Each Set -Out'for Herald Island Ottawa, July members of tfoe Stefansson Arctic expedition who believed to be Is- land, off the coast of Alaska, with the ported that progress had been stopped by open water three miles from shore.' Two days' effort failed to span the gap. Four men were left with pro- visions on the edgs of Che ice wait- ing for a chance to land. This was the last heard of them. They mas- have reached land and they may not. The four were: Officer Alexander An-ihail stone CITY AND DISTRICT New Steve Store The Canada Malleable ana Steel Range Co. have opened a store at 412 Fourth avenue South. Cadets Home The Lethbridge Cadet Battalion, Lieut. F. S. Fihner, officer command- returned home yesterday, after inding a .week in the Cadet camp at Caigary. .L Hailstone Hit Him While passing the Ogden fireball, Calgary, during a hailstorm, Walter MaclaugMin .was struck down and rendered unconscious by a large-sized of laverkeithing, Fifeshire, Scotland; Second Officer Charles Bart- rest of the Karluk partv% which was lett; Seaman Joan, Brady and Seaman than a mnnth jtrciubald King, all of Victoria. On February 5 another party of four set out for the land, which the report states to have been visible, though it was sixty miles distant and Arctic reported safe more than a month are now thought to he lost, according to a report which Deputy Minister of Desbarrats received today from Captaia Bartlett in Nome. Bartlett commanded the Karluk. Main Party Had Struggle It is feared that some of them may be .lost, ,for the main party had a night prevailed. This party consisted year from Alberta. oE Henri Beauchat, of Paris, tlie an Last Wool Shipment Four hundred bags of wool w shipped from Foremost yesterday. This is practically the last of the big clip, totalling somewhere .around a million and a half pounds, which has gone to the American markets this Baby Dolls Guaranteed Absolutely Unbreakable TVe have just received a shipment of these Dolls which ..are made in Canada, and oF'a new material that is unbreakable, yet Quite light For This mek Only these be on sale, at very low prices, from 256 iff The Red Cross Drug I Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Band Concert The Salvation Army Band will give concert in Adams' Park at eight o'clock this evening. Personal Mention 0. H. Degeuer, merchant of Stirling, was a fair visitor today. R and N. Henderson and R. H. Wad- dell arrived in the city this morning from Pilicher. Creek. Building Permits Building permits have been taken out Fia. Eiansto for a J1200 house on Twelfth street A North, and by C. R. Matthews for a 3800 cottage on North. Fair Visitors Mrs. Mae Lapp of Alanieda, Sask., and Mrs. R, L. Gibson of Stirling are the guests of their cousin, Mrs. (Dr.) Levering, Third avenue, during fair week. Sons of England Notice The regular R.R. degree meeting 'will be held 8 o'clock sharp, in the S.O.B. halL All members -are urged to attend. Business: Ejection jf treasurer and receiving report of of delegate to Grand Lodge. thropologist of She expedition; ter Forbes ItcKay, of Edinburgh, the ne JOSI, lor me mam paii.j HAU ter roroes UL ii.uiuuujsu, terrible struggle before reaching! SUrgeon of the expedition who acccm-1 "J ln Press Representatives Here A. Toole of the Fanners' Advocate, Lnadian Farm, To- Wrangle island, and the smaller party must, have had as strenuous, if not experiences. The first report from the, Karluk party -was generally read as a state- ment that all had reached Wrangle Island and were waiting for a boat to take them home. It turns out that peditions; L. Murray of Foxfleld, i i Warner, are in the city covering Hants, England, the oceanographer the expedition, and another Shacfc ton man, and a sailor named Thomas Morris. The party was seen a week later by r J i the Lethbridge fair for their respect- >kle-'ive Canadian Country- Thermos Bottles No longer a luxury, "but a neces- sity for: Motor Trips, Picnics, Outings of all Kinds. THERMOS BOTTLES Filters (Quarts Pints) Food Jars, Lunch Kits, Carrying Cases, Carafes. We carry the various repair parts for these in stock. i is also on Crops in the South T, G. Smith of Milk River, one _____ an exploring expedition from tlie Iirnmoters of the Milk River lint ten days after the Karluk sank party which reported that insurancc Co., was in the city to- January 11, a party of four with a (..hat's hands were frozen and lie seem- i ed to be in poor shape, but refused i supporting partr sst-cst-fcr Herald Island. The supporting party set out for Herald Island, returned and re- The high cost of liv- ing; solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders -at all hours offers of assistance and was taken back to camp. That was the last heard of. them. Neither or both of these two parties of four may have succeeded in mak- ing Herald Island, which was within sight of them, or may have succeeded in making Wrangle Island. 40 miles distant, or the Siberian coast, ISO miles away. than lie states that the fanners or y.jrii are not counting on more one-third crop this year, though there are some pieces of sum- mer-fallow crops. No Luncheon Tomorrow No Council luncheon of the Board of which will make good Mrs. North Dakota Lady bead Tile deatli occurred today ol Mary E. Gibson, late of Carririgton, N. who was visiting with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Cbas. Harleman. The fun- eral will he beld tomorrow from the residence of tlie deceased's daughter, A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity, A. 0. F., will hol-d an Important meeting in St. Mary's par- iah hall, Friday, July 'loth at S p.m All members are urged to be present and visiting members cordially Invit ed. Got the Contract The J. E. Simons Co. have secured the contract for painting the new Separate school and redecorating the public schools. They have also been awarded the contract to paint all the Ogilvie flour mills in Alberta and Sas- katchewan, securing the latter ir competition ivith Winnipeg and Moost Jaw firms. TELEGRAPHICS despatch from Belfast states that Carson's volunteers un loaded 40 machine guns there las night. of j 1818 Fifth avenue A North. The ser- Trade will be held, tomorrow. The D0 conducted by Rev. Mr. Ruraf Relations Committee will meet at four o'clock on Saturday after noon. Teamsters Summoned Twenty teamsters 'who failed to de- corate the. mahogany at the licence in- spector's office at the i-'.ly Ml, summoned this morning to appear 'n police court on Friday to answer Bryan Time Extended The city council lias decided to ex- tend the time for the payment of tax- es from July to August IS. Council Awarded Contract The council this morning awarded the contract for repairs to the cottage at the power plant on the river bottom CouUs taZ5.50. We specialize in Oil Leases Engineers' Reports Furnished Houses to Rent. Money to Loan DOWSLEY ML'LHERN It will cost you only a day, ?12.00 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 License Department Changes Several changes have been made In the provincial liquor license inspect- ors. Inspector 13. II. Garrison is trans- ferred from district E to district G; Inspector O. Kehoe Is transferred members arc requested to from district I (Calgary) to district i IE (Edmonton Inspector A. J. _ [Little succeeds Inspector Kehoe at j' Calgary. These changes went into effect on Monday, -July 6. T and L' council Meeting wjj-i be a meeting of. the Council tomorrow Labor Temple at 8 o'clock attend. Blaze at Fair Grounds The fire department bad a nice lit- tle run this morning, just as tho crowds were beginning to father at the fair grounds. One or the smaller tents caught lire, and the officials turned In the alarm. The motor chemicals wero on the job in short or- der, nnd succeeded in extinguishing the flames danmgo hail been done, or tha Uames ni'lowcd time to spread. 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. Private sale- of household furniture tit 275 7th Avenue 'S. (Rlverriow) con- dstlng of li oak chairs, sanitary couch, i carpet square mble, cabinet, brass bed, rugs, dressera, bods and intuiliifi, curtains and rod, large kitch- en range, kitchen utensils, new wash- ing machine and wringer. Goods cnn be seen any time between 0 a.m YOU'LL BE PLEASED If you dine at the Lethbridge Hotel Cafe Attentive Service Attractive Menus Prices Within Reach Of All Orchestra at Lunch and Dinner 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. NEW TELEPHONE RATES IN CALGARY CITY Calgary.. July, telephone which- apply in the city ot Cal- garv alone went into effect on new contracts beginning July 1. They are: Residence wall, phone 5-4. ,uld rate residence desk phone ?27, old rate 5-2; business wail piione 54S, old rate business desk phone old rate ?37; private exchange tnmk line old rate ?20; extension phone Ilat. At the local telephone exchange il was stated that there were rumors ol new rates, but nothing .definite ]iad beeii heard. i SUFFS. BURN DEPOT Cheadle, Lanes.. Eng.; July fragettes burned the railway station at Broadheiith, today. Journal editorially says talk of a general election mils not be regarded too seriously. Jansu Drilling Com any lias just signed contracts tc drill 30 wells. .Mexico De l.a Bar ra, Mexican .Minister to France, ha High River, July prOEcnc o.f oil in the well of the High River Oil and Natural-Gas Company, dis- closed last night by the uncapping of the well, was the sole topic of con- versation about the streets of this town today. Intense excitement pre- vails. The well was haled out in presence of IL number of spectators. Several gallons of light oil were ob- tained through the process. The oil of the character ot that found in the Discovery well of the Calgary 1'e- troleum Products. Company. DR. COLERIDGE DE'AD Woodstock, Ont., July James Bruce Coleridge, former mayor of In- gersoll, and a lire-long resident oi Ox- ford county, died today, ill-health ne- cessitated that he give up the Conser- vative nomination for the legislature In South -Oxford. UNIONS MEMBERSHIP London, July joint conference of representatives of tho various un- ions of the transport workers today agreed to amalgamate under tho title ot the National Transport Workers' Pedcretlon.. The now union will havu Saturday. 175-2 a membership of TIRES Set Free While You Wait One Tiro sot free out of every set on Tuesdays and Fridays will set tires 3 ins. and do first'class work. Lot us show you what this machine cim Economical Carriage Shop '-'_.....'. I T Drrtnl Rear Dallas Hotel. O. T. Blunt, Prop) ;