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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor But a Day Hotel In Alb.rta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LET HBRIOOI Tto DallM Hotel It th. But and Moil tent to Mar OP. Rusk's Oti food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG Write for samples and bs convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETKBRIDSE, ALBERTA. Ton car this food from tho following dealen: Taylor Milling; Elevator Co., Taylor Milling Elevator Co.. Ksteon, B. C. Alberta Pacific Grain Co., Cal- gary, Alta. Wilson Home, Lethbridge.-AIia........... Crown Feed Produce Catery, Alia. Co., Ellison Mlllitg Elevator JUtbbridgo, Alta- Meaicino Hat Milling Co., Medi- cine Hat, 'Alts. A. Macdonald Co., Letnbridge, Alta. Ogilvie Milling Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alta. Itonln flood Mills, Calgary, Altt Orders for Preserving Raspberries, Black Caps, Cherries, Goose- berries, Red and Black Currants should be placed now We are receiving daily shipments of practically best time to preserve these. WASHINGTON' RED bisKet B. C RED WASHINGTON liljACK 2 basket" for WASHINGTON, 2 baskets for Tarse baskets for WASHINGTON RED CURRANTS- Small per B. C. HBD and BL.X-CK CURRANTS J bar-iets lor CVUFOHXii Ciit. price per pound 15o 15C 35c uasHets lor B. C. large baskets and ,.15c .35c .06c 15c arid 20c I the above lines. Next week will be about B C STRAWBERRIES are almost Only a coming In now, price I baskets for 35c NEW pounds for "C HOT HOUSE Home PW- pound STRING or Golden Price 2 pounds for PCAS IN pounds for pounds for...35c PRESERVING OR PIE- Pnco pel basket 15c shipment to arrive-Friday'.or" Saturday for pre- serving. Price per crate. 24 .baskets 52.75 (Order will soon over.) SPECIE on. California Grape Size Regular 00 a dozen Price per dozen 65c .25c 35c ,25c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Ma 88 Protect Yourself Against Loss by Reliable Companies 'Reasonable Rates R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block Min. 57 54 54 >S .38 .04 Lsthbridge, clear Edmcnton. cloudy----- 74 Calgary, clear.. SO Medicine Hut, clear 02 Macleod, clear.. S7 57 Red Deer, cloudy.. 79 49 Prince Albert, clear 70 60 Saskatoon, clear... SS 06 I Moose Jaw, cloudy S6 66 iRegina, fair......... S4 45 Brandon, SS 65 Portage, SS j mnipe0' raining 90 64 I Port Arthur, cloudy 66 52 .10 ilvelson "4 I Tho weather throughout tie prairie provinces has been mostly fine' 'and verv warm. Showers and thunder- storms have occurred chiefly in, southern Manitoba. Forecast All fair and decidedly warm today and lo- cal HAIL INSURANCE Farmers' Mutual carries it at cost, and you pay in October Alberta Block. M. P. JOHNSTON COMPANY. Phone 651. P. 0. Box 203. CITY AA7U DISTRICT A Sad Death i Mrs. Biigh, wife of. Sidney Bligh, a farmer east of Taber, died very sud- I denly ou Wednesday, leaving two children, one an-infant but a few days Old. Build a School The Independent school district, N- C. Tregloaii, treasurer, Blafcesville, has beea empowered to borrow ?1500 to build a school. Personal, Mention ,H. L. Ccrmack, formerly of the Lethbridge now a member of the reportorial staff of the Calgary Xews-Telegram, is in the city. C. U Atkins, ol New Dayton, was a THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (escept contssions and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient Poor patients cared lor free charge. Gra'duate- nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Xnrsins Mis- j slon, 1414 7Ui Avenue. South, Phone. (Miss) A..M- Tilley, Supervisor. l-JMies) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. F. MacKenzie, Grad. Nurse. A Correction The auction sale furniture at the K. of P. hall by in the- Herald iu one place in the paper as being 'will'not take place until Monday afternoon, July 13, at 2.30, at the K. P. hall. Notice to Oddfelows The semi-public .Installation of offi- Victor at the fair, and -left this morn- cers will be held tonight in the Odd- ing for his home. I fellows' hall at p.m., followed by musical programme and refresh- ments. Mayor Hardie will .take the chair, and a cordial welcome is giv- en to Oddfellows and their friends to be present. Developing AND Printing FOR Amateurs Our Kodak Finishing De- partment is complete in ev ery .way and ill charge of an experienced photographer "Bring: Your Xexl Filiii to Us to be finished and you will be well pleased with the quaMty of the work and with the speed "with which it is finished. Mail Orders receive the best ei attention V TfeRedCrcssDrug j Co., Limited ill Thlrtf CITY AND DISTRICT First Ripe Tomatoes P. J. M. AVoslyng claims thai he has picked.the flrst ripe 'tomatoes in the Mr WcsUng states, his :omatoes are all well matured, and he picked-the first of them yesterday, Calgary-Sweet Grass Man Here W. il.'McRae, of the Grass Oil Company, is In Hie city .to- day, registered at the Alexandra. Mr JMcRae has no information to give out regarding the company's intentions with regard to development work in the south field. L. B. Duncan and wife were New Dayton visitors at the fair. E. Coherer and wife, and Dr. and Mrs. Bruce and Miss Bruce of Mac- leod, spent two days at the exhibition. SAYS CANADA IS SOUND London, July Hamber, Tied for Sack of Flour Four hundred and thirty-five pounds four ounces 'was the correct weight of Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1388 Cfireful and Prompt ijOnuOB JUIV naiuuci, siding at the'lnvestment Corporation the sack of flour in the Ellison Mill's of Canada meetine, announced that exhibit at the fair, on which guesses were allowed, the successful guess to get the flour. The result a tie, j G. V. Podger guessing 4351ns., and T. j Arnold 4351bs. 802. The next newest i guess was by Mary Jen- nines. the board is considering the advis- ability of borrowing on short term de- bentures, because it found it impossi- ble, owing to the condition of the market and the demand by the invest- ing public for a higher rate of inter- est Sor all securities, especially Can- adian, to issue any debenture stocl; at a price, except one that would be damaging to the credit of the com- pany. The company's manager in Ca- B U G S May not sound very polite to hear these words, but we can .prevent your laying tilings" not half so polite. Higinbotham's Bug Finish will insure you a night's rest. 35 Cents Parker Shows Stay All Week The Parker Shows at the Fair grounds "win continue tonight and to- I the inside and outside :ada reported that confidence had', features will be going at lull blast. In ____ been established throughout the 'whole country, and that underlying condi- _____ tions were sound. The high cost of liv- irijg- by eating atthe Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and Coffee lOc the cool of the evening, the people of I-ethbridge will thus be able to fi'.'i la two more days of fun and entertain ment of a carnival week, and those FATHER LIVES NEAR who have missed the shows will have MEDICINE opportunity of making up for lost Toronto, Ont., July body of time "This way, ladies and gentle-' the man found in the lake on July G "Al! the fun of the will j has been identified as Hugh Murchie, through the grounds with the iw.ho formerly roomed at 87 Gwynne mllsic o.f the rnerry-go-rounds and His father is thought to he fanning near Metlicino Hat VANCOUVER NEXT YEAR St. John, July Octav Wel'J of j; Vancouver was this mornin-s elected. I! president of the Canadian Medical as-1 sociation at their annual meeting here. (Vancouver was named as the nest j place of meeting. amusement of all kinds galore. School District Enlarged T.lie boundaries of the Gait school j Sold Fine Animal J: C: Drewry last uight consummat- ed a deal wJieroby Millhaem Sons of Warner become the owners of th> famous Percheron two-year old stal- lion Carnant II. .This.horso is sired Carno. the greatest Percheron in tho -world, according to 5Ir Drenn s belief. The horse is looked upon as, a. great acquisition to the south coun- try. A long was paid. i -Sheep Champion The list of championships in t! s sheep classes published yesterday was not correct It was discovered last riigiit -tihat MJ. Stewart was not 'the winner of the' cup. J. B. Hirie. was barred from competition: in the grand championship, being- the.nrinner of the Alberta championship farmer's cup. The points awarded are as fol- lows the flrst named being the win- Catnrose, 220 I points; G. H. Parker, Penhold, ISO; W. H. Stewart, Halkirk, 130 points; H. S. Perry, Ingleton, 35 points. Booze Lifters Get Off Discovered: the other would-be booze-lifter. On Wednesday John Tur- iff was arrested for haying some stol- en whiskey in his possession, but his pal Samuel Kins escaped' for the nonce. He 'was coralled yesterday, however, and arraigned in police court this morning, along with Turiff, who had been remanded for hearing. King, who appeared to he on the wrong end of a jag, pleaded not guilty. The proprietor of the Chinese res- taurant, from where the liquid sun- shine was stolen, appeared and gave evidence strongly against the accus- ed, and Turiff, the supposed did likewise. The 'latter stated thai King had given him tho booze. "Where did you get asked the testily. King claimed that a friend had given It to him, and that he had transferred it tb Turiff, presumably for safe keeping. King was inclined to be somewhat savage in hiB cross-questioning of the .wit- nesses, and this did not make his case any stronger. Both, men were found guilty, but allowed to go on: suspended sentence, the condi- tion that they get to work. Tahcr, July Times says 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 WELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Go. 610 Eighth.Street South. All broken Machmelj, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Steel in taut meprthiiiE made as good by the Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANtEEO OR MONEY'REFUNDED 'Give Mai., Don't throw your broken machinery away. We can repair it at small cost, R. c. Blood Indians who made a break for liberty at the provincial jail on lion- day, will appear before Magistrate El- ton in police court tomorrow for trial on a charge of jail breaking. BiiSl Head was in for librae stealing, serv- ing a term of two'years less one day. He had only served about t.wo months. The two Indians, who were working outside, made a dash and are said to have" taken the pony express toward the river. The pony is said to have been taken from 'a' small' Boy. One of the guards pursued the prisoners, Short Orders at .-ill hours We specialize ia Oil Leases Engineers' Reports Furnished Homes to Kent. Money to Loan MUittt'ttJS I.I MiUWItK.t Pittsburg prohibits the acceptance or use of baseual'. passes by city em- ployees. The boundaries or tne uaii scnooi i district No. of the province of Al-; With Councillor Pete Hammer resiEn- bor'ta have been altered by withdraw-! etl from the council, and Councillor therefrom the following lands, j Primrose disqualified hy con- nanieiy: Sections 11 14 23 26 and 35 absence Ironi mretings, the in Township Range 20 west of the 1 .__ fl[ o[ Pourtp Jieridian; and by adding there-j .v, to the following lands, namely: Sec-jits members within the next lew tions o 6 7 8 17 and 18 in Township wecis. BUSINESS LOCALS Tho high cost of living solved by ship 6 Range 18: ratine at the Dallas .Cafe. Dinner i 2-1 25 and 3C in T Range 13; Sections 5 6 7 S 0 10 11 j Councillor Hammer tendered his re- 12 14 15 16 17 18 and tne west half; on Wednesday following an of Section in Township 7-Range 19; ,altercation in coun 0, revision on Sections 7 IS 19 30 and 81 In Town.. mombara and Sections 12 l.i. of the :il. The resignation has n in ol inf: council- i fi" Township G Range U no, t aca.ptej, lor the simple from 12 to 2, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee west of the Fourth Jlorldian; add in nw'an not yet been a in QliXrJ af. nil linnro. .dm fllcfviff btfora you dMldo. Best stock, belt tie-, titan be.t pritM. UthbrliGS Monumental -Writs. -1th St. South, a. Needc. Manager. 112 18 1-1 15 1C, 17 18 10 20 21 22 K 2-1! Cent's "of" the cinaila :West Cn. 25 IK 27 2S 29 30 31 32 33 3-1 35 and !36 In (i ItatiKO 10: Sections 'l2 !2 2! 25 and 3i> in Tffwnshlp (1 Itange Sections I 23 T> (i' 8 !l .10 II 12 13 14. 16, IB 17 .ami 18 in [Township 7 Range 18 west .of the Fourth .Meridian. when members of thf coun- cil hail decided on it, he How into a rage and Irft the council chamber, brcakiriR up a quo'i'iini. He returned :i lew minlilps however, and next morning tendered his rcsigna- >lnn to the secretary-treasurer. I ndians'Tried. Tomorrow Bull Head and Throat. Ea .r, two but his mode of travel was not speedy enough. ''Arrivingi" at -tihe farm of C. S. Crest, the guard embarked on tlio trail again in Mr. Greats aillomobile; and in very short order swooped down on Ihe Iwo redinen. BUBONIC PLAGUE IN NEW ORLEANS New Orleans, La., July deatli from bubonic plague was an- nounced today by "the Public Health Service officers, making a total of. four cases and tiiree deatt-s since tho outbreak of the disease hure on June Yes, isn't "FORCE" just ing work. The commission heard the pica, but the party adjourned to the courtroom, where Commissioner Mc- Millan asked for nn adjournment for oho week.- The teamsters do not'ob- ject to the license, hut merely 'want some arrangement whereby they may he exempted until business warrants tho payment. Tho i'ollcrt Commission will deal with tlie.mattur upon Iho return to tho city of the third member the body. Certainly, "FORCE" gives a new meaning to breakfast, to those who don't like meat, yet must be nourished. Moreover, the flavor of far from being flat or insipid, is delicious because TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES is made of prime Western ..wheat, cooked then rolled, baked and toasted, ready-to eat. Wheat FORCE. Of course, "FORCE', atlBc. costs moro than some cereals, becanm wheat has much greater food value and crnta twice much as common cereals. But get "FORCE you II.HIM