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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I COCK BUS TO ALL TRAINS. "r Hotel Windsor H.25 a Day Haul In I L________Albtrti ______ -_______ DAILY HERALD WHEN The Dallas Hotel li Iho and Conrtn- Ur.t PIIM to RESULTS OF V Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf at tlie Fair weighed 26 Ibs., 9 ozs. ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W. D. Sangster Magrath, Alta. Wins the Prize of 115.00. Tlie tolal number of guesses made 1951. Orders for Preserving Raspberries, Black Caps, Cherries, Goose- berries, Red and Black Currants should be placed now We arc receiving.dally shipments of practically best time to preserve these. WASHINGTON. RED Per basket 15c I! 0 KKU WASHINGTON BLACK 2 baskets for 2 bibkets for B C lorae .baskets -and large baskets for WASHINGTON RED Small size, per basket....................15c B. C. RED and BLACK 2 baskets foi 35c CALIFORNIA Cut, price pel pound 06c and 15c .Sac .35c all the above lines. Next week will be about the B C are almost over Onlv a coming la now, baskets for 35c NEW 5 foi 25e HOT 1IUUSK i Home Gionn per pound 25o STRING Ureon 01 Gollleil nice 3 pounds for PC4S IN 3 pounds for Home 2 pounds for.. 3Bc PHEM3RV1XG Oil PIE Price pei bTiket 15c shipment to nmve Frldaj or Satuidaj foi pre- serving Puce per crate, 24 baskets {Older rovu they soon be oter.) on Cali-ornu Grape Size SO's Regulai ?i 00 a dozeu Price per 65c 35c Office: THE GOOD CO. Fhone u HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Protect Yourself Against Loss by HAIL Reliable Companies Reasonable Rates R. V. Gibbons Co, Phone 1191 Balmoral Block AND Printing 'FOR Amateurs Our Kodak .'Finishing Department is complete in ever} -naj ana in cha-ge of an experienced, photographer. Briiisi Your BULLETIN BOARD Max. illu. Lethbridge, clear 83 55 Edmonton, fair 76 ob Calgary, clear S2 jl Medicine Hat, lair 96 04 Macleod. clear Sti .5" Red Deer, clear 79 51 Prince Albert, clear S2 63 Saskatoon, fair SS to iloose Jaw, rain. S4 G4 .2S Rejina, rain ..S3 5S .18 Brandon, cloudy S7 01 Portage, cloudy... S2 6? inmpeg, cloudj SO 64 for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon ch the day of publication Citizens' Band will lilay In Gait Gardens "at 8.30 p.m. tomorrow evening One ueek froi-> tpfflo'ron nisht 'they wlH play in Adams Park, If lights and in place. AND DISTRICT .Orders Coming In Orders foi 'coal are beginning to Manitoba and and partly fair; with occasional showers today and Sunday fine and-warm to- day and Sunday. HAIL INSURANCE Farmers' Mutual carries it at cost, and you pay in October Alberta Block JOHNSTON i COMPANY. Phone 651. P. O. Box 203. 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 hoars St. Augustin's LAWN CITY AND DISTKICT Farewell Service Treasurer and Mrs. Tuff, who are j leaving for Vancouver, will he honor- ed by a farewell service at the Salva- tion Army citadel tomorrow evening Mr. and .Mrs. Tuff have been promin- ent soldiers in the. local corps for the past nine years, 'and they will be greatly missed. Farewell Service farewell ser.ice in honor of Mr T Tuft will be held at '.he Salvation Army Citadel tomorrow night, and a farewell tea will >be tendered on Thursday nlgbi. Jlr. Tuff, vita Jias been associated In active service .with I the local corps for over eight and who has been a. loyal Salvation- j ist for upyards of 20 years, leaves in a few days for .Vancouver. Film to ITs io be finished and you will- be well pleased with tlie quality of tlie >vork and with tie speed witi. it is, finished. Mail Orders receive the best o! Mention come in -.from the east in large num- bers, and It Is that the loc.il mines SvilV have all they-can -do to I fill them Largo Quantities ot the (black diamonds are leaving the dib jtrlct now for the east under the re- duced rates ordered some time ago by the'.Railway Commission, The Red Cross Drug j Book Co., Limited ThIM Avd When You're Hungry you'll be satisfied if you Eat At The Commercial Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book Store- Fifth Street South. AT Mrs. Sherlock's 1260 5th Ave. lues., July 14th 7.30 p.m. Admission 15c Music.and Eefrcshments on the" Grounds Mr. Naismith Here P. L. Naismith, manager of the de- partment of Natural Resources of the C.P.R., is in the city today on busi- ness, ilr. Naismith-is very optimistic over the general conditions as he; finds them. He reports that the irri-: gallon surveys north and east of Ta-, her will be completed in about two months, -when the company be in a position to know just what they can do with the fanners' requests for wa- Important Session The Rura! Relations committee of the Board of Trade held a very im- ]joria.'it session Liiis afterjioon at four o'clock. Miss Ada Davis '.von an award in po- lice court this morning for ?S3.D5 and costs, wages due her by a local mer- chant. Hillcrest Relief Contributions Auicng the contributions to the Hlli- erest Relief Fund are the following: Premier Sifton, 5500; C. S.: Gordon, Montreal, ?1000; C. Meredith, Mon- treal, ?1000: officera and men of the Dominion Coal Co., Sydney, 51000; Lake of the Woods Milling Co.; McClary Jlanufactulng Co., TV Eaton Co., SWOO; citizens of Red Deer, C.P.R. department of Nat- ural Resources, C. R. Hamil- ton, Nelson, B.C., 52SOO. We specialize in Oil Leases Engineers' Reports Furnished Funeral of Tabcr Lady Rev. A. G. Cameron of Knox -Pres- byterian church returned from Tabor tliis morning. Rev. Cameron officiat- ed at the funeral o Edmonton. Neil 31. Stalker of Grassy g Lake, made the purchase for P. Burns Co. A P. Burns man told the Her-; aid this morning that livestock prices g. this fall would be good. Hogs are on j the rise, and he Is '.soiling for a steady j price all winter. In former years very I little winter feeding has been done, with the consequence that everything was rushed on the market In the fall. Tills year, however, there will be FRUIT SALTS (of all makes) LEMONADE LEMON KALI BULL'S GINGER BEER HIRE'S BOOt BEER WELSH'S GRAPE JUICE ARMOUR'S GRAPE JUICE LIGGETT'S GRAPE JUICE MONT5EKRAT LIME JUICE SEATTLE "TnelTC Stqric. ot SoM Con-.fort" In ttie centre of tliinffs-tlicr.trca Bn.l slni-ps botli hides. Buildinz concrete, steel and nurble, EUROPEAN With per Jay Dp Captain Tutte Coming Home 'Word-reached here this morning that Captain Tutte, of the local corns of the Salvation Army, who narrowly escaped from embarking on the Em- press ot tre'and had aimed at Que bee on his return from England, yes- and tliat he will hasten, to Lethbridge. In the report of the fllll- ihg of Brigadier Hunter, which camq through'some'days ago from ,niinonski mention of .the finding of the son, Stewart's body, was neglected.. His bodj located sron after the hud iing of the Brigadier's remains, and I is now cu the to Lethbridge. A i double. funeral will be held, probably n Monday evening, and the father ml 'sdh''will be buried beside the f grave of -JIrs. Hunter. The. entire j family of Huntors was wiped out by the .Empress disaster, and three of the bodiea have been found. The body of the little daughter still re- mains in the" sunken liuJk of the doom- ed vessel. Indians Very Penitent A broken heart is tlie net result of Phillip Bullhead's career of crime. Bullhead Is a young Blood Indian. Ho is possessed with a weak v.-ill asd lots of penitence. He was sentenced ]May to two years in the Lethbridge ijatl for stealing a colt out on the re- serve. He attempted to escape from custody this week, and was brought up in the local police, court this mornins on a charge of escaping from law'ul custody. Magistrate Elton tacked I two ir.ore years on to his sentence, so itlat nor.- he. practically four years, instead of two to serve. But Bullhead is heartily sorry that he is in jail alone, but truly penitent, and he wa% to his. emotion in the courtroom this morning. He was still 1 sobbing" when the reporter went to [see him In his cell. His first thought was of .his' mother and father, both Hearing the rtaywhen they shall cross the gieat diUde into the happy hunt- ing giound, flhich -Is proof positive of the truly human instincts that abide in the. breasts of the Red men as 'well white. The Magistrate promis- ed Bullhead, that he would recom- .application for a parole wjtli- in a year, if the Indjan behaved liim- se'i'. He goes to Edmonton. Samuel .Throatear, or Trottier, aa he chooecs to call himself, was given an extra three months for the same offence. He was sentenced to a year by Judge Crawforfl tor arson, and had I served four months. _____ Clean and Pure The inner part of flic wheat berry bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance" of most millers. YOU'LL BE PLEASED If you dine at the e Hotel Cafe Attentive Service Attractive Menus Prices Within Reach Of All Orchestra at Lunch and Dinner ELDING The Southern Alberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. All broken1 HUchinerj, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Biass, Copper, Steel, in fact thing made ab good as new bj' tl'e Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORk" GUARANTEED OR MONEY RtFUNDED One us A trial Don t tbiovv jour broken machinery away. V.e can repala it .it small cost R. C THE_1BIG_ LOAF JIrs D Sant-sto tlagrath, Alta., IMbb 'oz "ins the prize. Other close guesses ill JUbs ,Vere: Alice Doe 112 Snteenth street North Sam Helwig 116 Fourteenth street South Mis I H Rudd, Belle-, vuo Howard Hamilton 133 Twelfth street'Sout1 C S-llen, S2I Seventh street South Mrs P II Beardsley, Vulcan T SuondAn Lethbridge: Clara Bjorkblade, 429 Twelfth street Honth J U Kirkham Block L Wilson j 228 1 ifth avenue A South; Jiaude ScnnVan, 502 Fifth av- enue South; W. H. Corry, Lethbridge; Mrs. John Taylor, Wilson Siding; IU H. Hut'f, 1225 Sixth avenue South. There were 1951 guesses. Personal Mention James E. Ellison, ..inimager. of the Knight Sugar Company it 'Raymond, is a visitor in the city today. 10. D. Nolan, a. geologist often men- tioned in the despatches, arrived in the oity last night and left this morn- ing for'Coutts, where he will inves- tigate tlie south fields. and JIrs. D. C.' JlacKerii'.o of Bclievue are in the clly today on a visit. Houses lo Rent. Money (o Loan- H will cost you only S2.00 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 plenly of feed and plenty of stock to feed it to, so that the supply will ha steady, and the prices more firm. The p. Burns Co. are making additions to' their poultry plant, as a resii'.t of the; ncrease in the amount of poultry be- in? raised in the south. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved bj eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 lo 2. 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all houra. For sidewalks, hasernenf work, wat- tor cisterns, or septic tanks, see.Car- penter I'.ros., Phone 1-11S. tlio North I.ethbridB'.'. Jeweler la leaving for Cardauui on July Ht.h, anil' before paeklntr up will soli goods at faclory This will bo ti chance of a lifetime to ijive money. Notice is hereby given lo olliers thai .Die. Redislntlion oLall Birihs in [lie. City of Lclhbrklge is re- quired by law, und must lie made witliin'onc nidiilh front diilcof Birth. Anyone tailing to do so is liable lo proscrulion and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Ollicc, Acaciin Building, 3rd Avenue S. St. Andrew's erian ChurcSi 'V. Rev. D. Ross, 1 1 a.m. Rev. A. G. Cameron, 7.30 Special Music at Both Services SOCIAL AND CONCERT Monday, July 8 p.m. Adults 25c Children 15c C ;