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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor (Day Hottl In Albtrtt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHIN IN Tke Dallas It the Molt tout Flm Mv. RESULTS OF Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited COMPETITION The Big Loaf at the Fair weighed 26 Ibs., 9 ozs. ONLY ONE COMPETITOR GUESSED THE EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. W. D. Sangster Magrath, Altji. Wins (he Prize of The total number of guesses made was 1951. Do not delay with your order for Red Raspberries, Red and Black Currants, Red Cherries and Gooseberries The end of this week sec the best part of the season gone- for these small fruits and to delay your orders any longer in can that you may he disappointed and not get any at all. We arc taking orders ahead, and delivering the fruit fresh on arrival. That is the most satisfactory for you. Let us have your oiders now. Lowest mar- ket prices guaranteed. NEW A large consignment just arrived. Price 5 Ifcs for 25c Why bother with cooking meats this hot when you can get almost every- thing ready cooked here at a moment's" nbticc. Hot weather drinks. We have a full assortment of these goods. Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Protect Yourself Against Loss by HAIL Reliable Companies Reasonable Rates R. V. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block HAIL INSURANCE Farmers' Mutual carries it at cost, and you pay in October Alberta Block. M. P. JOHNSTON 4-COMPANY. p. O. Box 208. The higU cost of liv- ing: solved by eatiiig at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 2 Pie and 1A Coffee 1UC Short .Orders at 'all hours 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. An M.D.'S Estate The late Dr. C. F. Smith .of Medicine .Hat left an estate valued at Good Buys 50 feet, 6th'Avenue South, fee- 12th and 13th Streets 10 IrrigateiJ Garden Tract can be purchased for half price. HOUMS to Rent. Money to. Loan St. Augustin's LAWN JIax. 94 76 Min. 69 5S J Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair.. SS 60 .19 Medicine Hat, fair 104 70 Matfeod, 96- '62 .19 Red Deer, "SO 55 .25 Bameford; fair....... 92 68 .04 Saskatoon, cloudy.. 91 65 Swift Current, fair 96 .66 Moose Jaw, .clear... S6 65 ..82 56 .73 Portaze, 81 62 1.15 Winnipeg, 7S 62 .68 Port Arthur, cloudy 64 58 .03 Since Satuniay heavy rains have fallen in Manitoba, the heaviest being around Winnipeg district, where uVi inches fell, and scattered showers oc- cured in Saskatchewan and Alberta. The weather has been very warm in all the and warm today and Tuesday. Saskatchewan and and very war'rrrVtrtlay and Tuesday; a few scattered 'triuhcJerstoms. CITY ANIT DISTRICT To Drill Near-Bow Island .The Lone Star ;-Oil Gas Co. an- nounce that.'the'yTwill do some drill- ing near Bow Island. AT, Mrs. Sherlock's 12605th Ave. Tues., July 14th 7.30 p.m. Admission ISc Music and Refreshments on the Grounds Lathrop'Gets Them A bunch of over 120' .hogs was sold Wattirni and -Hans .Sohju.to O. T. Lathrop, and will be shipped to the' Lathrop Grassy Lake Gazette. _ Prize Guessert Mrs. J. M. Culer-'won the first prize cane, and N. i.-Kirkham -the sec- ond prize .cane Lethbridge Chocolate and Candy guessing competition at the fair. Want to Transfer License The Lethbridge Wholesalers, doing a wholesale liquor business on Sixth. street South, bave applied to the Board of License Commissioners for j permission to transfer the license to 1203 Thirteenth street North. The j application 'will heard here at a sitting of the Board on, August 8, when an application of. R.. M. Jlahoney to transfer to himself the license of C. J. I Minett of the Pacific Hotel, Coalhurst, Tvill also be heard. It is likely the three 3-montbs' licenses granted at the last session of the board here, will also be decided at the August 8 ses- sion. Rector at Taber The Bishop of Calgary has appoint- ed Rev. E: A. Brandt to be rector of the Anglican parish of Taber. BUSINESS LOCALS The hig-h cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. For sidewalks, basement work, wat- ter cisterns, or septic tanks, see Car- penter Bros., .Phone 1418. Tfie North Lethbridga Jeweler is leaving for Cardston on July Hth, and before packing -up will cell goods at factory This will 'be a chance of a lifetime to save money. T Developing 'o AND Prmting FOR Amateurs Our Kodak Finishing De- partment isvcomplete in ev- ery way and in charge of -an experienced "-photographer. Bring Your Next Film to Us to be. finished and you will be well pleased wibh the quality of the work and with the speed ..with, which it is finished f Mail-Orders receive The Repress Drug Book Co., Limited J Blood Coolers FRUIT SALTS (of all makes) LEMONADE POWDER LEMON KALI BULL'S GINGER BEER HIRE'S ROOT BEER WELSH'S GRAPE JUICE ARMOUR'S GRAPE JUICE LIGGETT'S .GRAPE JUICE MONT3ERRAT LIME JUICE Nanton Crop Prospects Is'anton ttews: Saturday night, Sun- day afternoon and Sunday night brought heavy rains, which were be- i ginning to.be.needed. The crops still have to take chances oh hail'and] early frosts. As usual, there are pes- j simlsts and optimists regarding the crop prospects. According .to the best information the News can se- cure, the crops on summer fallow will make a good average; those on spring plowing wi'rl vary, some being good and some poor; but those oh fall plow- Ing are poor and some will not be worth ha.-vesting. But taking it all into consideration, we do not see u'hy the total should not nearlyi ecjual an average year. But the quality and ihc value Is something that it is not safe to guess at this early in the sea- son Suing the C.P'.R. Medicine Hat News: Mrs. Eliza- CITY AND DISTRICT Alderman Resigns Alderman Hamilton Morrow of Med- icine Hat, has resigned. He has ac- cepted a position as appraiser in the customs house. A Judge's Long Journey His lordship Justice Simmons left last iveek for Fort Vermillion, four liunded of Edmonton, to try a murder case. A Good Judge Hon. A. .1. JIcLean stated to the E4- ,monton Capital that the Lethbridge beth Cam, widow 01 James Cain, C. lvas the best ever held in South- P.R. engmeer, who was kiled-in railway accident at F.tzgerad siding Albcr t a Bplendld flf aj, of 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 Retort of the Kootenays FISHING DOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS _ 25, 1912, has entered action against Hot8l' Opens Soon the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.. for KJng.s Hotel[ tethbridge, damages. The claim is now W6i, on tho wajr toward comple- on beha'if of herself and six children. [-lloilf the interior work 'being nractical- The plaintiff claims that the accident ,y finished. It is expected that the was due to negligence by the company in leaving a derailed car on the main line, making it necessary for the pas- senger train, of winch the deceased was the ensiueer, to take siding, and that the due to the train having to 'take the siding this way. In Us statement of defence the C.P.E. dcnien having allowed, the derailed car to remain on thn main lino as al- leged and denies all liability! for tho accident and the'death ul tho ed.- opening :wil! take-'place week in August, Brig. Hunter Funeral Tonight The remains of the late Brigadier ;Huiiter and son Stewart arrived ''city this morning from KImouski and A mGmorial service will he tonight nt 7 o'clock, tbe funer- al taking plfico'.from Fctterly's. Uov. navid Ross, of the- Fjrst. BaptlPt rhtirch, will officiate in the absence, of Captain Tutte. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcei for Column should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Order of MOOBO will meet tonight Regular business. Visitors invited. So. [Andrew's church anniversary social and concert. Fine programme Good time assured. CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Taber :T. Standing for the past five years ;connected with the Lelhlmdge water- Work's" department, is superintending the Taber water extensions. Funeral of Mr. Leary The'funeral of the late Jlr. B. Leary of Bow Island, who died very suddenly on Thursday, was held at Bow Island thist Afternoon Where's the Owner John Parker, porter at. the Leth- bridge HbteL-pn Satuday afternoon picked' up a, cheque, for The document was made payable to J. D. Hughes, :and was signed Harris Davis, Funeral of Late.. Miner The funeral of the late Steven Krig- opski, aa -Austrian, .miner, who died on Ftidav, was held yesterday from the Roman Catholic burial taking slace In ,St. Patrick's ceme- tery. Fine Rains in Sask, J. Harris returned on Saturday from a trip through Saskatchewan. He states that the crops arc in excellent condition, and that a large harvest is anticipated. Heavy showers fell be- tween Moose Jaw and Hegina late last '.veek. Livestock in Demand The Lethbridge Guarantors, Lim- ited, have received five applications for livestock to date. There are some city names attached to the ist of guarantors, and the applications 'will be dealt with at the next meeting of the council which is to be held on Thursday at the Lethbridge Hotel. Applied for Transfer Application has been made byi Rich- ard M. Mahoney to the Board of Li- cense Commissioners for consent to transfer to himself the license grant- ed to C. J. Minett in respect to the Pacific Hotel, Coalhurst. The tiori will be heard by the Commis- sioners on August 8, at the I.O.O.P. hail.' Sonic Alfalfa Crops S. Si Dunham, who raises alfalfa on Saturday that he is 'now; engaged in harvesting the first cutting of the best crop of alfal- fajmy that it has ever been his good fortune to raise since he has been in the country. Mr. Dunham's farm is n the Coaldale district. 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 Co. 610 Eighth Street South. All broken Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass, Stael, in fact everything made 'as good as neV by the _ Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED .Give Us a MHal. .Don't your broken machinery Saway. can repair it at small cost R. C. SPEND YOUR VACATIOJM AT Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, with 18 miles of Sa-vigablc Water Launches and EOAV Boats Good Trout Fishing Additional accommodation at the new La.ke Hotel-. (Rates Stage'leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin-' eher Creek every morning for the Lakes.. Death of Sundial Farmer The death occurred yesterday of EJarl Leslie Mills Sundial, son of M. B. Mills.' Deceased was aged 19, and was a farmer well known in tho Sundia'l district. The funeral was held this afternoon from the residence of B. J. Powell, 521 Fifth street South, Rev. A. G. Cameron of Kiiox church officiating. Some G.'owd! One of the largest crowds that ever assembled in Gait Gardens sought the shade spots last evening, and when the Citizens' Band commenced to play the park was completely filled with people, many of had been dodg- ing the hot sun all day in an effort to "keep cool." The concert was one of the beat ever given, special mention being due F. OHne and R. Van Hecke, i who gave a splendid rendering of the duet, "The Two Friends." The hand played, among other pieces, solectlonn from ".The Bohemian and and. tlieni WUH a notlccahln absence of anything bordering on the, "popular." Good Bye, You're Bully, Says Suff. To Magistrate London, July Annie Bell, tho militant sultragettc, was arraign- ed today for trying yesterday to de- stroy .'vfchlloacon Wilberforce's fam- ous old church of S-t; Jblm 'tne Evan- gelist, Wcstrriinslcr.'with a bomb, she said -'IJT-lic only.1 thing I regret .is tlia beastlyv thing did not go off." intense pride in'-ilier- act.i She congratulated the who had de- s'ctlinis 'lire to. the fuse at- 'tachctf !td avcan 'ol gunpowder, and tt'orthy of a to bc- comp: sudragctte. 'the 'bomb .to go orT and blowup' itte church said Miss; then stretcKed' full 'length on the seat in the prisoner's enclosure and asked the wotiiau warden .to give her a pillow-and ivakc her when the case had concluded. "Good-bye, you're was Miss Hell's farewell tn the Magistrals when he remanded her. SEAL UP N.S. MINE New Glasgow, N.S, Jef- fprts to control the fire in the Mc- Gregor seam of the Albion mine hav- ing failed, the expedient of closing-jip the entire slope has been, resorted-to. The mine was scaled up on-Saturday and the .hope that the, cutting qff. tlie air'supply will have extinguished tho blaze. Police Court Two victims of the booze habit 'caiflo up before the policcymagistrate.Hh'is morning, and were fined coats for being drunk. A prominent citizen was summoned on a chargejof alo'tving his horso .to stand on-tho sidewalk. He denied the charge, is'tat- ing that bis pony had only put t'wo feet on tho sidowa'I, instead, of foiir, BO tho case was remanded until to- morrow. A wages case was remand- ed, and a teamster, wJio was cliarged delng business without a license, was remanded until Friday. OPEN! A NEW WELDIrJG AND MACHINE SHOP AT 1S01 FOURTH AVENUE NORTH block cast 'All kinds, of Broken Machinery repaired. Metals; welded good as'new at very reasonable prices. r- _ 15% less than any. oilier welding shop All fully guaranteed by us, ..H. MUELLER, MANAGER. i Vfa do work for 15 in the city. ;