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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta k iUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor I1.2S Day Hetii In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN Tke Dalits Hotel Beat Ctnn link :A 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, Alta. Wins the Prize of The loliil number of guesses made was 1951. Do not delay with your order for Red Raspberries, Red and Black Currants, Red Cherries and Gooseberries The cud of (his week will sec the best part ol Hie season gone for these small fruits and to delay your orders iiny longer may mean that you may lib disappointed and not get any at all" We arc taking onlcis ahend and delivering the fruit fresh on arrival. Thai is, the most satisfactory way lor you. Let us jour orders now. Lowest mar- ket prices guaranteed. NEW large consignment just arrived. Piice 5-lus for........23c Why bother cooking meats this hot weather when 3011 can get almost every- thing ready cooked here at a notice. Hot weather drinks. We have a full assortment of these goods. Office: THE GOOD CO. rnone HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 82 HAIL INSURANCE Farmers' Mutual carries it at cost, and you pay in October Alberta Block. M. P. JOHNSTON 4 COMPANY. Phone 651. P. 0. Box 208. Jlin. 57 .08 56 .32 66 .IS 60 02 .50 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 CITY AND PISTKICT Case .Dismissed A wages case-at Vibe-police court this morning -vras dismissed. To. Banff Dy Motor Mr. and- .H: Cavanagh of Medicine .Haf, passed through the city this -morning on their way to Banff on; a motor Jaunt LethbridoA clear Edmonton, 74 ICalsary. raiuing ,94 Medicine Hat, clear'.. 98 Macleod, clear...... SO Deer, 74 55 Saskatoon, 91 65 16 Swift Current, clear 100 60 OS Moose Jaw, clear.. 92 67 05 Regina, clear S3 67 03 Brandon, cloudy... E7 62 Portage, fair 39 65 Winnipeg, fair .1 ,-90 65 Nelson 71 61 33 Weather throughout the prairie provinces has fine and very warm. Showers and thunder- storms have occurred in Saskatche- wan and Alberta. Forecast and .very .warm to- day; thunderstorms tomorrow. warm, with lo- cal thunderstorms. Northwest -winds; cooler and showery. It will cost you 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 Stage" to Lakes S. Lowe of Cardston is now con- ducting a- through automobile stage i the Waterton Late. The roads are reported as in fine condi- tion, and1 the only difficulty experi- enced is at the river. Jlr. Lowe fords -with his automobile, how ever, a team-being used to haui it j across The'Lakes'are proving most [popular this ear 'There TV ere six hundred oeople at the hotels last Sun- day. CITY AND DISTRICT Warner Accident Sherman. Laing of Warner was thrown from a horse and had his right arm broken. rJOMALDSO.N LINE To Europe IT3 SEE VICE AND ATTENTION OF ALL BMPLOTEES WEST KATES Ccbln (B) fW .M Third Class Itii a pleasure for us to furnish an-v information required, and to make full WTQBfEffleota fvr friends and relati-m out to Canada from the Okl Country. B. LIDMA1V, General SW M.IH Street. WINNIPEG Or or StM A Wages Case A sequel to the races held, last week came out in. police court yesterday afternoon. A. W. Amich, "who drove Fritz'i Miller and Glen C., two horses belonging to -R. J. Meredith of Col- fax, Wash., was taken off the track by the judges, on the ground that he was npi driving as he should, it he- ing hinted that he was under the in- fluence'of'liquor. He ouit the job, and had some" trouble with his eni- jployer over wages, for which he sued in the police courtt The case occu- pied nearly all of the afternoon yes- terday, and was finally settled by an order for the defendant to pay. ?6a.SO. Amick asked for PARISIANS CELEBRATE FALL, OF THE BASTILE Paris, July a million Par- isians, anniversary of the fall of the Bastlle at the Presi- dent's annual review of the Paris gar- rison today, saw twenty military aero- planes rise at the far end of the Long- champa racecourse, and, in perfect al- ignment of fly at full speed past the presidential stand.' A mighty roar of cheering swept over the.grounds and kept on, as 000 troops, comprising cavalry, artil- lery, Infantrymen and. other branches, marched in close order before the re. viewing stand. Good Buys 50.feet, Sth Avenue South, bo- een 12th and 13th 'StVeeuj 10 acre Irrigated1 Garden Tract can be purchased for half price. to Rent Money to Loan MHIMI.RN LANIM Alberta Representatives J. H. Woods of the Calgary :Herald snd W. A. Buchanan, M.P., Leth- bridge. are the Alberta representa- tives elected to the' executive of the Canadian Press association. To Adjust.Insurance George W. Green, manager of the Ellison mills, left yesterday morning for JIagrath, where the company' re- cently lost an elevator through fire, with D. J. McGillivary, an insurance adjuster. Settlers Coming In F.YV. McWhirter of the land branch of the department of Natural He- sources of.the C.P.R- was in the city over the week end, With prospective land buyers, among them being F. W. Grafts and Z. H. Smith, Marion, Ind., and J. D. Bell, Omaha. 'The visitors were very strongly impressed with what they saw in the irrigated belt east of the city. Telephone Your Drug Stationery Requirements To 555 Many people, during these hot days, prefer to not come down town to shop. 'We have provided for tSiis 'by haying a :-yery prompt delivery sys tern. Simply telephone your to 555 and we will se.e that you get them promptly, and that- you shall be thor- oughly satisfied. Hemember, our; prompt .de- livery .is always your .ser- v ice. vjL1 He Red Cross Drug j Book Co., Limited Pigs Is Pigs PigE is pigs, and every hog has his day. Porkers seem to he coming into general popularity as victims around the country. Hollis 'Milburn of Coal- hurst was yesterday brought up be- fore Inspector Lindsay and A. E, Humphries on a charge of the theft of a.pig. No doubt somebody got a'way with the bacon, but Milburn was exonerated, and the charge ag- ainst him dismissed. J. R. Palmer appeared on behalf of the accused. Angelica of Hardieville was brought up yesterday on a charge of patting a pis over the bean with an axe. She pleaded guilty and was fin- ed and costs, besides being or- dered to pay over 310.00, the value of the ham what was. This case was also tried at the barracks. Today a case is in session, in which a Coaldale resident is charged with having been implicated in the poison- ing of a flock of porkers belonging to O. T. Lathrop. No decision had been reached at the time of going to press, j VV. S. Ball appeared fov Mr, Lathrop and J. R. Palmer for the accused, in- spector Lindsay is sitting on the case. NEW B.P.O.E. HEAD Denver, Colo., July. Benjamin of Napa, Cal., was elected Grand Exalted Ruier of the Benevo- lent and Protective Order of Elks, to- day, by acclamation. Council in Tabloid E. B. Sloan of the Ellison Milling Co. waited on. the Council yesterday morning, which aat as a court of're- vision, to appeal against the disallow- ance of the company's exemption from school taxes. Jt is probable that an arrangement in keeping with the spirit of the original agreement which specifically that the company should -he exempt from school taxes, 'will be made, in the form of a rebate each year. Mr. C. Marinaro waited on the council to find out if the city could not compel the gas company to in- stall services. He was informed that the city had no control over the com- pany in connection with temporary mains, one of which runs by Mr. Mar- inaro's dwelling. The bylav.'s recently passed were read a third time and passed by the Council, and City Solicitor Ball was authorized to present the current de- ficiency bylaw to the local legislature for ratification. Notice that' the C.P.R. -would ap- peal to .Tudse Jackson on their as- sessments and exemptions from school taxes, was received. It is likely that the city will fight this case to the last ditch. A letter was received from the Ber- win Knitting Mills at Brooklyn, ask- ing for information regarding the city as a prospective 'iocatioii for a sweat- er coat and knitting factory. tf BEEF WILL GO UP 111., July spite of the tig grain crop, the beef is likely .to, soar above any price known for years, owing to pasture drying 't up. BORN Monday, .Tune to Mr. and tMrs. H. W. Oliver, 641 3th Street South, a daughter. BUSINESS LOCALS The higlv cost of living solved 'by eating at tho Dallas Cafe. Dinner from. 12 to 2, 25 cents.. Pfe and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at' ail hours. For sidewalks, basement work, wai- ter cisterns, or septic tanks, sen Car- penter Bros., Phone Gee! But my Feet Good If you want your feet to feel and comfortable In spite of hot REXALL FOOT POWDER If ycu don't and it grateful re- lief for tired, aching money cents. J. D. Higinbotham and Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticec for this Column should reach thii Office before 12 o'clock noon the day of publication The'executive -Young People's Christian .Union will meet in Wes- ley Hall at 8.30 this evening. St. Cyprian's Sunday school teach- ers' meeting at 8.30 this evening in the. Parish' room. 'Lawn 'social, and concert tonight at the home -of Mrs. R. E. Sherlock, 1260 'Fifth "avenue South, under the auspices of the ladies'of St..Augus- tin's Church. CITY AND UISTEICT Buy Machinery for Factory J. H. Tabor left the first of the on a trip to Chicago, Minneapo- lis and St. Paul, to complete the pur- chase of machinery for the Medicine Hat candy factory. Ho will also lo- cate ne'jn while: away. Tax Sale Saturday The sale of land for taxes is to he lield next Saturday at the car barns. Those in charge state lhat prospective buyers had better supply themselves with hard cold cash, or certified cheques. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Emma Ilarleman and family, desire to thank their many friends ifor their kindness and sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their mother. Also for the' many beautiful floral contribu- tions. CARD OF THANKS We extend sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their aid and .sympathy in our time of eor- i-ow In the loss of our son and brotlher Barl, especially